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LEAGUE Of NATIONS
COVENANT OF FAIT
'estifying That American Dead Di
Not Dit in Vain
SPEECH BY THE PRESIDENT
Delivered at Decoration of America
Graves in Cemetery Near
Paris, May 30.-(By the Associate
Press.).--In the American cemetery, a
Surenes, near Paris today, during th
eremony of paying tribute to th
American dead on the occasion c
\lemorial Day, President Wilson mad
his first reference to the league <
'aitions since the covenant of the s<
:iety which will have as its object th
prevention of future wars was con'
His words were delivered in th
presence of thousands of America
soldiers and many civiliafis and th
>fdicial representatives of the Fsenc
overnment including Marshal FocI
Numerous distinguished members c
allied officialdom who had to come t
>ay tribute to the American dead als
leard the President's 'words.
Touching on the reasons which ha
rought the American troops acros
eas, the President said they ha
come to defeat the things for whic
he Central Powers stood-"the ai
ogant, selfish domination whic
hey intended to estaiish; and the
ame, moreover, to see to it that ther
ever should be a war like thi
Must Never Occur Again.
"It is for us, particu!arly for u
yho are civilized," the President con
inued, "to use our proper weapon
f counsel and agreement to see to i
hat there never is such a war again
lhe nation that should now fling ou
)f this common concord of counst
vould betray the human race. So i
s our duty to take and maintain th
afeguards which will see to it tha
.he mothers of America and th
inothers of France and England an
Italy and 'Belgium and all other su
'ering nations should never be calle
ipon for this sacrifice again. Thi
an he (lone. It must be (lone. An
t will be (lone.
Their Sacrifice Not in Vain.
"The things that these men lef
is, thought they did not in thei
:ounsels conceive it, is the great in
;trument which we have just erecter
n the league of nations. The leagu
>f nations is the covenant of govern
vient that these men shall not hay
lied in avin. * * * I look forwar
or the time when every man wh
ow puts his counsel against th
mited serivce of mankind under th
eague of nations will be just a
ishamed of it as if he now regrette
he union of the States."
No More Secret Councils.
The President declared that the dal
>f secret counsels was past. becains
he people were in the saddle. The
irivate councils of statesman, h
(dded. would no longer aetermine th
lestinies of nations.
Bareheaded, in the glare of the sun
'resident. Wilson snoke for more thai
aif an hour, most of the trne in ai
mpassioned defense of the league o
ations and in appeal for its support
Great Panoramic View
The cemetery is situated on the
illside of the ancient . fortress of
fount Valerien. With the old build
ngs at his back the President looke
ver the graves of the American sol
iiers and down into the City o
saris, which stood in the distanci
ike a panarama. The approaches tc
he cemetery and the paths winding
heir way through the burial groun<
vere lined with soldiers standing at
ttention, Americans on one side and
'rench on the other, aas the Presiden
The greater part of the khaki
lothed listeners to the President'
pieech were groupedl in the shade 0:
he old1 fort, but a crowd of otheri
oldiers and civilians pressedl clos'
o the speakers standl.
There was unwaevring attention by
11 to the Presidlent's utterances an(
hen he concluded his auditors warm
v applauded him. Capt. Andre Tar
leu. French high commissioner, wvh
as in the stand with President Wil.
oin. listened attentively to the speech
'he President never faltered in his ac
on. Earnestness peravdled his words
'romi a nearby point, Mrs. Wilsor
stened to her husband. She and the
'residlent drove to the cemetery i
iff'erent automobliles and Mrs. Wil
on remainedl in her car insteadI o
oing to the speakers stand.
lBefore P'resident Wilson began hi~
pech ai message to the Presiden
romn Prem ier Chemenceau dealint
vith the fellowship between thi
rench and A mericans was read.
Trhe letter begins:
"Faithful to noble tradition, the liv
nig army renders homage to th
lead1 army and all France has uasso
iated itself with this homoge."
After comnaring the American
who have fallen in France with th
'rench who fell in America, M. 0cem
'neanu cont inues.
"France' will ever cherish thei
nemories. With America, France wi
>reperve in space as an inspiratio
indl example an underlying rememi
rance of their enthusiasm, disciplin
and courage. We see the wreath
'cn their tombs, and will take ear
if them as piously and grantefull
is the tombs of our own soldiers."
With the playing of "The Sta
Spangled flaniner" and "Trhe Marsei
laise" by the band and the soundin
nf "Taps" buy the hugle the officin
program ended, but Presidlent Wilso
cfterwards perisonal ly deposited
wreath in honor of the America
Icad in the name of the b~oy scout
oif A merica.
D)uring the ceremony a rerninder<
the war floated at anchor nearby or
of the observation ballons whir
formerly did sentry duty on the var
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The State of South Carolina,
County of Clarendon.
By J. M. Windham, Probate Judge:
WHEREAS, Charlton E. Gamble
d made suit to me to grant him Letter
of Administration of the Estate and
effects of Shadric Rush Mims.
THESE ARE, THEREFORE, t<
cite and admonish all and singula1
the Kindred and Creditors of the said
n Shadric Rush Mims, deceased, that
they b: and appear before me, in the
Court of Probate, to be held at Mann
ing on the 9th day of June, next
d after publication hereof, at 11 o'clocl+
.t in the forenoon, to show cause, if any
e -they have, why the said Administra.
e tion should not be granted.
f GIVEN under my hand this 21s1
e day of May, Anno Domini 1919.
f J. M. WINDHAM,
-23-3t-p. Judge of Probate
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