Fayetteville Daily Democrat from Fayetteville, Arkansas on July 21, 1919 · Page 1
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Fayetteville, Arkansas
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THE WEATHER. · Tonight and Tuesday, generally. * fair. . ' 4' T r u t h In Adx-rlUliij; U what make* a i l v r r l l i i n K valuable, r.ilxi- advertising .ids ai a boom- i-ramr. Don't forget thnt. VOLUME-25, NUMBER 215 FAYETTEVILLE, ARKANSAS MONDAY. J U K Y 21. I'.H'J I ' U I C I v 15 CENTS A WASHINGTON IS PLACED UNDER PATROL; PEOPLE WARNED TO STAY HOME pedal lo Democrat. WASHINGTON; July 21.-- Dldiers and marines have b'een rderedl to patrol the streets ol le NiUiunal. Capital -tonight in i effort to prevent further'racc ots .and fighting '- between acks and whites- Louis Brownw, commander of the-District ' Columbia", issued a statement ·{jing t h e : people to remain ,1m, and requesting -those who ive no business down town to main in their homes.. SHOTS K1KKIJ AT NOON WASHINGTON, July 21.--l-'ul. lowing two nights of fighting between the whites and negroes, of Washington, five ncgroc.-t (his luon dashed past the., Xaval Hos- lital in uit automobile and fired'' ,ln;ts at sailors on the grounds. \1) shots missed. Automobiles vere commandeered and citizens lursucd, hut the negroes escaped. Instances of negroes liting hols from automobiles last night fere reported from Mar.vlanft owns, but no damage was done. irding A'Kuin'st Renewal of Fights' WASHINGTON. July SI.--Major Imaii, head of the Washington po- ; expected to confer with military horilies today to obtain rcinforco- its of men to guard against a pose-'renewal of fighling between tea uvd negroes. _ ... lislurbances last night :i»«l this ning took flinn' in fist fights lie. £roups of whites .and negroes. WOULD RESTORE 10 ARMY MEN UNDER COURfilAHTIAL Ly United I'ress. WASHINGTON, July 21.--A bill lo restore to the colors-the soldiers, sailors and marines who were coiirtniarlialed. and, restoring also their forfeited pay anil allowances was introduced today by Senator Chamberlain of Oregon. Courliuarliul cases imtilv. ing charges recognized as feloi* -oud by civil law were excep(ed in (lie hill. JOHN John Albert llenbost of Moui Comfort jiassed away quietly at his liomc on the morning of Friday, J u l 18th. 'Mr. Henbesl came to Arkansas in ISGC'and has livcl here continuously since- that time. Hu is survived by his wife and ten children, three sons and seven dau^hteis, all of whon: were present at the funeral services, held yesterday at the Mount Comfort Church. The father of the deceased came fiom England to this country, .sct- .line; at Marshall, Illinois,' where Mr. llenhest was born in' 18-13. A friend "pays the deceased the following tribute: ''Mr. Henbest was a e;ood,- industrious, enterprising citizen, clean and ipriicht iu liis business relations, erous and acconiodalitiK as a n bor, and tender and devoted to his 'umily. His devotion to his family clash occurring; in front of the j was repaid in a measure by the .ricl .BuildiiiKi which corresponds! thouKliful, tender, and loving miii- city hull. Negroes chased around Treasury Building weie pursued the front of the White House, its also occurred in front of the istry of his children as they, unselfishly ministered to n~im in his lust ill. ness. "He has irone to his reward but . . -By L. C. .MARTIN (United l*iess Stalf Correspondent. WASHINGTON, July 21 -The fight for und. against Ihj League of Nations'was resume') today.. President Wilson is lire paring to confer with Kepubli can senators. · He lias alread, seen seven, und it is uiulersloot that three or four will be invitct to the White House tomorrow. At the capital the Senatorial debate lias been renewed, the foreign relations committee continuing the reading ,.of" the treaty. Thirty-five .senators are reported to have pledged'against ratification without reservation. Senator Morris of Nebraska declined to aflirm or. deny tin; report that In- had declined an invitation to the White House. MRS. B.H. STONE LAID - TO'RESHESTERDAY Funeral services for Mrs. Hull Johnson Stone, wife of I!. II. Stone of this' place, were hold yesterday iftcrnoon at 5 o'clock from Centra Methodist Church,' conducted by tin. liev. Ashley Chappell. Mrs. Stone's leath occurred Saturday at -I o'cloci 'ollowini; an illness of about ten days luring which she underwent a serious iperation af City Hospital. The deceased is survived by hei itisbaiid and thiee cliildien. two sons LIU! a daughter, James Hicks .Stoat f Boston, Kdv.'ard Stone of this dace, and Mrs. Karl Hol/.iitgor of 'hicago. Also by thiee sisteis and our brothers, as follows: Miss llar- iel Johnson of this place, who has uade her home wilii Mrs. Stone since he latler's marriage-; Mrs. 0. B. Kone f Toledo, Ohio; Mrs. Thomas N'eid. inghaus of St. l*ouis; Messrs, -loseph i. and George, li. Johnson of Cross ille, Tenn; · Kdward It. Johnson of Jharlcston, Mo; and Jnmcs T. John, on of Syracuse, New York. · Mrs. Stone came to Fayetteville ·s a bride September, 188.1, and has esided here continuously since w i t h lie exception of two years, spent on coast and the past two years, urinj; which the family have resided t Pierce City, Mo. She \\as born in 1. I.ouis May 28, 18U2. being the aughter of James Thomas Johnson f Anne Armidel County, Md., ami lairiet Sarah Thomas Johnson of ythiana, Ky. She was a member of local Methodist Ctmrch in which 10 was an active and beloved worker. Mr. Stone of Roston and Mrs. llol- nger of Chicago arrived to lie. with leir mother several days before he-r eath. Interment wa's at Evergreen Cemc- ery, the following serving as pallcarers: Robert Wilson, Perry . Daidson, Alex McCartney, Link CregKi W. Harrington, and John A. Reed. WILLIAM LAFAYETTE RAINWATER William Lafayette Rainwater, age 70, died this .'morning at the family home southeast of toxvn, following a long illness. Funeral sen-ices will be conducted tomorrow morning at 10::iO o'clock from the residence, by Uev. R. A. Brown, assited hy Rev. N. M. Uagland and Rev. B. M. Frcy- schlag Interment will be in Confcde- crate cemetery. The deceased belongs to one of the old families of I'ayetteville and was a Confederate soldier, lie is survived by his wife and four sisters, Mrs.- .lenkfns and Mrs. Sallie Chryst of this place, Mrs. Minnie Swart/, of Corcoran, Calif., and Mrs. Katie .White of Oswego, Kas.; a'brother; II. S. Rainwater, of Morrison, Colorado; and a number of distant relatives, includ. it; Mrs. Jim Ladd, Miss Kthel .Jenkins and Jeff Jenkins of this place. Mr. Rainwater wna bom May 1, 18'ID, and has lived in Fayeltcville most of his Ijfc. WASHINGTON COUNTY MAKES JWJCJKST RETURN Sheriff II. K. Jackson has returned fiom Little Roclc, where he completed his liilS lax settlement, 'turning In JS8.lfi2 lo the stale treasury Saturday morning- Mr. Jackson .was the fouilecnth Aikantms sheriff to.com- ple(e his scttlenu-nt, and his item was 'cr'nephe'w LlVut. Jos7k. Foltz of Chicago to complete he'r I'h. I X J t h e largest yet tinned in by any A r - rtlftnd, OreKon. |Je K ree. kinsaa county. NEWSFAFERflfiClilVE® _,,,,, cipal'hotels. Soldiers,-sailors'and I his life-work remains with us as ,, ines'were conspicuous among the | perpetual monument to his true mane belligerents. The trouble origi-! hood ami his unfaltering devotion to d with the arrest of n nego. duty." Vill Demand Congress Reduce Cost of Living lly R A Y M O N D CI.AI'I'KK ited' 1'iess Stall Correspondent.) WAS1HX«TOX. J u l y . 21.--A inand that Congresi reduce the ,( of living « i l l he made ll ogrt-ssi\e--Republican sena- rn, according to'statrineiilR to t United i'ress. 'The situation is becoming bad r Ille party which' 'must (ake finite action before the elec- nH or accept the consequences," nalor Capper of Kansas. Ue- blicnn, warned today. Senator nyon of.Iowa and others echoed r opinion .that congress huulit t r moved lo strike at the high it of living w h e n ' t h e Seiiatv HiiiiKre .started a search for ifitcVra" in Washington, iiiditions are acute, and accord- b" the,senators, government em- ·cs are. quitting, thieateiiing to ir the efliciency of depaitments. senators hope to throw light on cause. of .the high price wave ighout. the entire country. Kood, ing, rents will he studied. "This ion is of more importance now the League of Millions," Senator er said. ' s. H. K. Blair writes from Sun de, Dolores, .Colo., and the Mesa ; National Park 'that slit is ly enjoying her summer trip over feu. B: Merilt of Washington, 1). C:, ending a few days in Kayette- the guest of his brother. Sidney n, and his sisler, Mrs. Mcah t Bradford of Lonoke, who has il up her r'ayeltevilte house on Street for the summer. Mr. t is en route to California. es. Miiil .Mrs. J. C. Kutiall and itcr, Km'ily, have returned from ?k--nd. camping.trip. United I'rc.ia. BASLE, July 21.--The European Press announced that Beta R u n , the deposed H u n g a i i a n soviet diclalor, had fled from" Budapesl lo Vienna. IS SENT TO RKI-'ORMATORY 'Jasen Prntlicr, aged I I , was taken hy Sheriff Homer Jackson to the state reformtory at Little Rock Saturday evening, following trial in tho juvenile court. The: boy is said to be an habitual delinquent and was committed upon request of his parents. .MAM, M A Y NOW HE SENT TO GEK.MANY According to an order from the Postmaster General received today by the local postmaster, W. II. Morton, mail may now be sent to all parts of Get many. The Home Service Section of the American Red Cross has also been notified of the new ruling. Davis-Xakniser Word was received here today thai Miss Mabel D.ivis, formerly of this place, now of Chester, Okla., and Mr. Robert y.akniscr of Ray, New Mexico, were'inarried July.2, at Chester. Miss Davis during her stay here lived on Arkansas Avenue with her sister. Miss l.ytn Davis, and her brother, John Davis. Mr. and Mrs. Xakniser are at pres- m FOR: mm mm or NATIONS make their home in in September to I New Mexico. . Miss Mary Drokc, faculty member ..of the Illinois State Xorm.il, Bloom- iliii'lon. 111., arrived Saturday to ippnd is Lina .X. Rce) has for h e r ' t h e s u m m e r , with IIT parents. Dean this.week, Misses Edith Mncalis K«tK Fiilittti of Dallas, Texas, and Mrs. (!. W. Droke. In September Miss Droke will enter Ihe University Congress Plans Action JPRESIDENT ILL; CANCELS To Stop Outrages Upon ! CONFERENCE DATES; "NOT U. S. Citizens In Mexico! SERIOUS" SAYS GRAYSON Hy UnUotl I'rvris. ' WASHINGTON, -July .21.--Ui' vi-lu|iiiH-Mts in (tie Mexican .situ, at ion t ity caused M-natorK lo plan a · 'i(Vri'hi'c to cllr-ciisS out- urc.SMOMii -'ion (u .stop outrages a;nu »erica us i» Me\- icu. The llou*. les committee prepared lo hear testimony »»f . . Ambassador. KK'lclier.. n l m li:is ju.st returned from Mi'vifo City. Mexico informed ' the U n i t e d States t h a t the ^o\ eminent will do i very tiling possihfe. to juinjsli the perpetrators Hi llif- killing o! John Cnrrc'll and the ji^a.ull tip* on his wife. Denies I'let't l-'n ItmiU' lo ' MuMVitu ' -' Waters . . . .. : Secretary Daniels today denied that portjoii of the 1'ucifiu Klcet «·» route. to the west, coast would he 'diverted j to .Mexican water*. Sucli repot U are Liasele»s,,he said.- ARBY ' iSIRONCLY MOBILIZED KDUCATION IN KU.SSIA NKW Y O R K , July 10.--More people in Soviet 'Rusra aie ·leiirniiiK to read than are learning to write. The bolsheviks want people to know how Lo" read in order to facilitate the spread of the "communistic gospel." \ widespread definite system of education is heiiiK put into effect, mil only for youngsters, hnfalso for t h u i r dors. The education program, considered ;y holshevik leaders to' he far in ad- t'ance of a n y t h i n g in vo^ue tTTday. Hy I-'KAN'K J. TAYLOR ( U n i t e d Pics* Stall' Correspondent.) N E W Y O R K , .'tily 21.- Cie.ition of an enormous Red army, estimated by various authorities anywhere from two to four million men, under ditli- clllties which have .scaicely been equaled in history, is a feat which the bolsheviks have atcunipiiHhed. Te Russian Red A r m y is a huge effective force closely hound lo t h e p o l i l u a f organization of the bolsheviks. Trotsky, more t h a n any other R u s - sian, .is the genius behind the Red Army, lie has mobilized every man ol' military aire at the pieseiit time, and snends his almost boundless en- eigy going from f i o n t to f r o n t reor- g.ini/.in;; and e n t h u s i n g local l-ailer*. Tiotsky is Russia's."man of iron." The bolshcvi'.s have over-nloliiliyr i in the opinion of m a n y \ \ h o are in. formed as to the a c t u a l s i t u a t i o n This is piobahly a mean" of preventing u n e m p l o y m e n t and di^rontent, tficugh u l t i m a t e l y il makes Russia'-t The bolsheviks feel confident 111 I! !/-·;, duilril fr-«*. | WASHINGTON, -Inly 21 -i President Wilson is I from ;iu a t l a r U of dysi-n(cry ai I was (iriliTod to remain in hud lo-i j day. Dr. Cary (Irayson, l l t o j j lYe.-iidcilt's personal physician, Tomoiruw n i g h t ' a t 7 o'clock I announced. j forty nuperintendents of xi-baali will ! Dr. Crajsi-n said Ibe attack j "as not seiious und -.aid t h a i he I hojleil Ihe President u o i i h l he able i lo continue his w o r k tonioi row. . j Hi- added, howcxer. t h a i il mi|!it poKsihly be several das before t i l e President i tf i able to re-lime his conferences w i t h Ihe Repllb. lican -enaliirs. He e l n p l i a - i / i d that (be attack "is not serious," but said t h a i care w o u l d be re. quired lo elfcel recovers. The Piestdont IIHK -·aiicelU-d en. gagenu-nt 1 . w i t h four Republic,in Sell- BUSINESS MEN'S CLUB TO ENIERIAIN -VISITORS be given a dinner by 'the llusingsi Men's Club. The Kiiosti lira to be attending the summer school lit thu Univeraily, who come f r o m various towns of (he sta(e. The committee in charge, of this e/,- tettainim-nl has arranged an inler- j e s t i n g program. Mr. Holcomb, I man, today made the following ar-! nuiiiiceiiiviil: "\Vv especially urge all | members of the Club to be on assi.sl in making our visitors feel HI home. Plenty of fans Imve la-en pro. vidcd and the room will be coin's and tine-- others. I L was suid fortable." t"t^*i^ *;;;;;: i:^'v *** ·.(·,·,*·,· day n i g h t , Main-ring w i l h a slight attae!; of indigestion, and t h a t li A(;AINST riioNK KATKS I.ITTI.I-: ItOCK, July '.'I.--The. pu- no outside army can t a k e M O M O W l-'or Petrograd they fear. Its fall would be a tiemeiidous m o r a l blow tn by b'll- shevik leadeis. but they bohl that tin 1 problem c o n f r o n t i n g them ,t of the .soldiers h.-iVc t i f k - ^ . U l i i c h t h c piouilly ilisplay :w A i i ' » i i r a n makes. hut artillery lo .support tin- i n f a n t i \ is lat'l.iiiK. At piex-nt the tjoNheviks make, up for I lit 1 j-hoita*;c hy drajr'jin;; ^runs f i o m OIK* front to (he o:her to meet attacks, Tlii.s dJ^uiays tin- fmtt! d e p a t t m e t i l . which is IO.SMII? its trans jiorlation lo the holshevik war ill-. paitment. l'*iist hand ac'iiiaintimci' w i t h I t hrtlshevik a r m y MOOII eunvtnre-* »»n- that th'. Ke-ls nic* not all I he IIMIK' ijoanled, i l i i t y fi:uhaii:uiH us they an- desci ihed in n-pinl.s. The K«*l", SM f'ii the iur.s ^ impn -d the United I'ress roi respondent as l ^nod-heat Ud, simple Uussians bclkvo p i e v e t l l tn;: iraetically takes the raising and icating of children out.of the hands! wml | ( , ,,,. ' lll!lt ,. r i..,ffy i mp ,,,ved. »f the family and places children in [ t , 1( . y u . (11 ,, ( | ,,,, ,e|ieved of tin- u he charge of the stale. ..sibi'lity for feeding Petrniriad. The Russian code of labor require.!| T , 1( _; pr ,,i,|,, m c o ,,r l n m i,, K hat everyone^ work, women as well; ^.,^1,.,! Tl . ot sky is not nmiipwe.. is men, exvepl that women have eight f ' im]i ,,,, eaiinon and lod.im.liv.-s. M,,s eeks before and eight weeks after he birth of a child during which they nay stay at home. At all other timet, the mother must cave her babes -at .public nurseries. here the state-will lake chaige of hem and educate Iheni. Already ome. of these nurseries have been es- ablished,' and the holshevik govern- nent anticipates bringing up the next ;enenition according - to certain proper*' theories. In developing their education sy«- crn the bolsheviks face a tremendous iroblem, due lo the enormous per. entage of illiteracy in Russia. Sys- ems of adult night schools, have bee:: tartcd in the. cities for the grown- ps who do not know how to read and ·rite, or who want to take up spt'- ial studies. The universities have ecu opened to everyone, free of liarge, and for the most part are at- ended by older people.' The normal Indent body ' is mobilized at tin.' ront. Lectures and meelings a i e Ihe most opultir form of education at preset.'., 'here. are. meetings by the thousands very where:' In soviet Russia there little else to do hut go to a tnect- ig in the evening, side f i o m a limed number of theaters. ·The. slate has on its payiolls a staff f speakers, iniiny ofwliom were for- erely street agitators in America nil Knghind, who'are engaged as ed- calors of Ihe people. To attract peo- le to these meetings the most noted ngcrs, musicians and dancers give erformanccs after the lectures. The less and the theater arc used lo pread bolshevik eduealion. Public laces and clubs have been confis- atci) for the meeting places. In Mos- ow'Ihe nobles' club has been t u r n e J nto a labor temple, and is the prin- ipal meeting place 1 . The public has pporliinily to attend the theater am' pera orr a partly communistic nii'l artly capitalistic basis. All theaters re confiscated by the stale, and t h i i ' 6rrner owners are gone. For tin lost part the singe stars r e m a i n the time, monthly bonuses up to tbr-'i bousand rubles per month being paid !iem lo encourage them lo continue lir-ir' roles. , The opera and ballet in Moscow is s well Hinged as ever, and is beau- iful \jeyoml comparison with war ime presentations in oil---' c.pi'.ill f-Kuro'pe. The audience is the mo.sl i'lercsting development. Amongst plendidly dressed people ami b v a u t i - til \vomon, obviouily of the* f o r m e r ourgco'iMe cl«»s':K, people who have (Cor.tlrmvd on l'«Ke I.I country from hein^ invaded einnel s. The soldieis weie always »4-:tdy to fl (cruize and weie nevt-i .-ibusive. A ciK'H't-'tte i n s u i e d tin- f i i i - n d ' h i j / o any of them. The Kussian toldier suf fer.s from incU of ei^JileUes. lie slive- bits of m-wspr.pcis iir nny other '/.unl of paper, and roIN up anyiliin;' t h a t \vill smoke. "With a caiload of A n n - ' , iean ciKarelles judioijii^l.' «·- · 1, you wild win over the wiioli- ItusHiai. army," icrnarlred ono KiHvi:in. The ItiibSKin Uv«l li-is aUrtii tin :iame id« as in hiiiitl a-s the *o!di:rs o. other lands. As si-on ;i± on*- sinn,»-- ovit :» ti^aii v*l,o -an siu-ul: u lanj:uf.;( one l.nov.-s. usually Orinan, tin- f i r c t (|lle^lion is, "Wlit-ll will thele be I.ciice'J We wuiil lo KI home. We arc- tired of war." The army is not slioiifjly liolsln-vil in .sympathies. Th', n v.ai called stion;;ly to the a t t e n t i o n of the correspondent in conversation will lio-ips near the front and with other* on t i a i n x . In I'onjev/cs-b, corp- i)rnili|uartur:i in I.ilhu.ini i. a youm; Lett voluilteelfd to lodf.'i- nil- oei :ii;ht, u n t i l the dam -.r l ) v i n - k left m-xt jaotniiu'. That nljTh! lii- i n \ : t i - i l a friend, for. merly a |irofw»oi in cliaiyc of (lie lo:al hijrh school, l u l now nn.bilixed into tin- army, when- he could be m m - clu-ely wali-l i-,l by the lioMii'i'- i!:x. The l»o sounde.l m..- out care- Hilly, and t l i f n unburdened their miiii!*.' 'I hey thirstc.l few ncwn from the outside- world, find w a n t e d to ):''' :i\V' from the Urdu that they mijtht yoinl oul t h a t ltui-/ia i bolshevik hy 'ml a Miiall per cent. Yet they 41-1 ved as olli-.-er^ in the Kcd army nm! iii'/.ed I x i ' M i M ' of thi'ir former niilit.iry tt-iinini;. "We have to / e r v e -- t l n ' t i ' i t no tl.cr May out of it," one ,l them «-x- plnini'd. "The l.olshoviks hnve le! wished to rest. It w,,i thm.rl.t a t r i p l ^ 1 " " " of l l l l (!t '" tr ' ""'"" 'TM^°" down the Potomac Would help. ; CiMilpany are protestmg against ,, j l u i t h e i laine m their tales. I N " I E l t l ' ' S T I N « ; I ' K O I i l . K A l S j li appears IN A K T C O U I { S K | ( w i i iai»e.i in 1018, r . cen(* lo Miii-h e n t h u s i a s m is being shown b y ' ·'·" cerit.i. and from 'M die s t i i d e n t i « h o an- l a k i n g the siv '.rents, without special weeks' iiiin.se in i n d u s t i i a l a i t which , But now thai the 'i- beiii-,- o f f - i r d ibis Miminer by the ' another inciease f i o m d e p a r t m e n t of art of t h e University ' a month, effective August of A r k a n s a s . The w o i k , which i-ov- ' Irons are remonstrating. eis a w i d e ia-igi- nf pioldems, ii p r o - · A uutncroiiidy signed petition enled riitii-ly from a teaching I et n submitted to the Arknimus Cort s - a n d p n i n ' . Tin- chief value of the potalion ComniiHsion, in which course 1,'es m t h e fact Ih.ij a f d - r one said: "The rale of $1 per piat-lem h.ts bveii wovl.--d nut in a more than a iiital business ctin puy '^iveit matepal. the M t t n l - n i i a t e nnd i- thi'iefor'.- piobibitive, causing t a u g h t hou- t f i a p p l y the b-'.^on to us to IOH- our pioperly and ath«-c (irold-.-iiis in tin- same materm!, service." i*t :iff-»i,l;:ig an o p p o r t u n i t y f o r . The ptotent will be given ii-'O i i n l 01 i;:inality. i sideiation of the Commission. International Strike In Europe Is^Avertcd [i t.'i.Hfit /V.-ii.i. PARIS. July 21.- -Advii e» f i o m K u |.-an ^ i i u n t i l - s , n--elVe-l today, illdl- t-il t h a t t i n - i n t e r n a t i o n a l Mi-ike, I l l a i i n i d l-y (hi piolet ir!:i( in p i o t - v t | :unM inu-r\ t n t i i . n i i l!-i~iia an 1 I l u r r g i i i y bad hist its delimit of dan- g.-r. "In yome phi.ceH Ibi I'omi-leti- f a i l u r e . Sir!''- b-aderi- lo-«l n t l o l when they hei i|i-d goverilliu-ul warnings," tl.e r-poi-t states. Mis.-. M y i t i - Mi-llro;- left last n i g h t for ll-lcia wl.i-re sI'V will visit Miss Mclia Tanner and latef she will go to Texarkniia for a viy.it to hei Hister, M i s . Geo. P.. Stuart. SIREEI m mm ENDS loony the people- (o beliiAe llii-y ai- fight ; tu sa\.' Uu isi.-. fulfil inv.-^'on IM.'. are ilef-ndini; the revolution. Tin- iiol. u heviks probably more t h a n one (ie r flit of the population. Yd tne l,ol.-.bi-.'il:s can ilictate, because thii i.-. a m i l i t a r y emergency. They h.uv mobilized i-v-iybody. "The K u i x i a i i jnople niipport the U/lslie\ i t s in prefeienre lo the Whites, Russians ilo not want a c/ar again. Nor will they allow the holthevil.s \i ennlimii- ling. U'he \ this war in over t h e Russians thrill- ves will (hiov,' out the holshcvika. l!ul we e.'ilinot !i i .-nd we iiiiisl fi',-hi. now. It is war Hut we want to h. .-·* and mak: our own a socialist democracy, people ar- social demo- I .a the hiilhhctiks refuse to allow us lo o i g a n i / e · ri.\v. M i l i t a r y ei-aliticin, they s i}'. but wait u n t i l t i n - war ir: over." Along Ibe route, tl.e corrcsp'-n !-nl IIDS'ION. Jul), 21.--Tin- - i r i of slieri r a i l w a y workern, which lied up I be HyMcm for four dai, i iided tot!:i v t l . t u a special board of Hrbitr.Tlii.ii aHiirdrd (he car-',' men an 8-hour day, with waKt'rf scale ranging from fifty-three t e n t s to M'xly.lwo cents an hour.. (JIX.CK/.NUC.H. I M O K A S T ; AT U. OP A. W K I I N i i i V/'ei!titi f ay : fternoon from 1 to 'J o'clock Mis. Kinlly K. lloelcel .of the Univcsity of Ar^annan Summer School faculty will alanc. a Geographical I'ni'i-iuit, entitled "Seven Little Sirilci'H." The playlet will be given in front of Main Building anil U .free to the public. The purpose o/ the en-' tertainmeiil in to demonstrate that the t i a c h i n g of geography can mad-- v i t a l and appealing to the diild'j. imagination. Tl-e following will (,,!;,; part: M a i y ;;t: ,jt. ."osier and lien-.- (lOl)aher, :IK (iemila, ihe child .of the Di.ii-rt; Mary Cumpbell and Ella Hopper. "The Brown llaby;" Miirgn'.' ret Whitty, "Geneva, the .Swiss Slj- ler;" l-'rances \c-al, .Senoiila Nyalte, "Agoonarl:. the Kakimo Sister; llat- ioii Pope and Dorothy Roberts. ''The I t a l k liaby;" Ruby Spencer, "Penan, the Japanese Girl;" Maxine McCdth- a rid h.Jard t h i i story many tim-s in \ a i i - '·""' !l ;- ''' JH forms. Army s t a f f s an- odd m i l i t a r y or. j'anizati'/n** in Russia. They are mostly young men, almost boys. 'Ih-ir principal woik ki-i-ms to be signing papers, i l n r k u of tlu-m on eveiy table. All orders intiNt be signed by t o n e men and a cormui*- Nellie May Curnmingj, child of the beautiful .NCP.'linvKST A R K . CA'ITI.B - MI:X ni:iiK SATURDAY. IOTH The Northwest Arkansas Shorthorn Breeder*/ Asiochlllon will meet in . Knysltvvillo Saturday, July '-'C, when the rinnuiil picnic will be held at City I'aire. The commis.!alre 'n a vital j l ' i u k . Art I.ewi.i. secretary of the feature of every m a f f . He comes from j Association U arranging Moscow, and replace- the loldiers': inti.-rent to stockmen and promises u soviet, or council, W'i.kl. formerly de. bated every order before it could c:im-l out. go-id picnic dinner and Inforrntlon of inU-rcal to nil concerned in b«U»r livestock. iNEWSPAFERr

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