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Fly the Flag:
For the Heroes
VOL. XXXI. No. 65
SIXTEEN PAGES OKLAHOMA CITY, THURSDAY, JUNE 12, 1919
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lo pr mom a. HM pr patr. la adteaaa.
PRICE. TWO CENTS
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Engineers, M, G. Unit anl
Supply Train to Arrive.
PLAN ANOTHER PARADE
All Units Expected to Reach
City at 8 o'Clock,
Three remaining uniti of the Thir-(v-iixih
division which will visit Ok
lahoma City thil week will parrde
heie tomorrow morning, accorrfing to
,W. A. Brookl, chairman of the re
rrption tommittee. Flans for the re
ception of these three unit the
1 1 1th engineers, the 111th mpply
train nd the 131 t machine gun bat
talion are identical to those carried
out thii morning for the 142nd in
fantry. Brooks hat solicited the ssiitan:e
of all Oklahoma Cityant to make
thii reception at enthusiastic at the
reception thii morning. All tne or
grniiations which co-operated in the
work thii morning are aiked to at
again the committee.
Arriv at I O'clock.
The 111th Ammunition train and
the Ulth mpply train, consisting n(
1.0DO men. will leave Tulsa early in
the morning on the Frisco, according
to the latest reporti, and will get
into this city at 8 o'clock. The IJlat
engineers, consisting of thirteen of
ficer! and J.'S men, commanded by
Major Kllii Stephenion of Okljliovn
City, are scheduled to arrive oveMhe
Kaiv from Tulsa at the lame time
Both uniti were received and paraded
.JVerobefs of the women'a commit -t
en in charge of the flowen iisued
art urgent appeal to far owncs and
ntflk. nnwrm lit nUlatinma Cittf IO
fick eery bud thii afternoon, and
bring them to the Liberty kitchen,
Wore the parade Marti in the ,oorn-
The soldiers will be served breakfait
by the Red Croii canteen lervice it
the Liberty kitchen and will be given
refrnhmenti during the morning by
the Salvation Army War Mother!
nd the Y. M. C A.
The route of the parade will be the
leme ai that followed tbii morning
and the reviewing partiei will be
anlde up of the lame individual! The
two airplanei from Tort Sill wl'l fly
low over the city, dropping flowers
and taking moving; picturei again to-
norrow, according to Hrooki.
JTJAIII, Meiteo, Jia U.-At l
p. av, advaaeo force of Ota. Fellp
Aageles an Boring la ea Jurat ?la
Ua lie Qtaaa rtver bottom.
At 1 p. bl, everyoae ta the dty wai
atovtag to aafer anatttra. Tka word
wtat Iowa Amid Comtaerclo, tat
aula aoalatat district, that tkay ar
tomlag" tome em to eloat aa two
Whaa Ota. Fraacli Ooasal, ttt
Jaarei eomautadar, aad Col J. Ooa
taWi Iicobar, aait la commaad, re
ceived (be atwa then waa lattaM ac
tivity among tht fadtral troop aad
tbtlr officer. It ia reported over l,
000 mea art bttwtta two aad foar
Ilia from Juarts.
Ota. Ftllpt A agile kaow tht
etraagth of the Jaarei gtrrieoa and
It ta bllvd Angel! forcea will
aot attempt aa attack aatll eight ua
leM the ftdtrai mov oot
EL PASO, Ttiat, Jum 12. Tht
Twcaty-fovrth Ualted State iafantry
atatioaed at Columbus, N. M., ia oa
a ipecial trala eonlag to II Faao.
JOPLIN, MoTTnat U-After a
battle with a poaae headed by Sheriff
Rap Smith of McOoaald eon sty, two
mea who robbed a hardware aad
tlothiag ttcre at Nael, fifty aalJaa
nth of JepUa, war captartd laat
aieht wail aeiag takta to Ut eoua
Jr Jail aT PiaeriUt, oa of th mea
rew a reverter aad forced the eher.
Iff to reawve hit aaadcuffe aad tht
Mir eecapec ua utr wai recap
tared hp aaother awaae.
tleetricUaa Mat Mot Strike.
ATLANTIC CITY, N. f., June 12-
Tha electrical worker) are not likely
to declare a nationwide telephone
striae on Monday, la sympathy with
the telegraph itrike, it wai laid to-
' dap at the convention of the American
Federation of Labor. Official! of the
anion, adviied that no action bo taken
"at twin time.
BTIauMr! taalalatora ta Blaat.
JEFFERSON CITY. Mo, June 12.
Coventor Girdner today called an
extra aeiiion of the Missouri legiila-
fa' tiaatawai mmm m tt(it tiu aitiiraataa
lajraj J mi av i ' r mm-'
ttdfM ln ImIv 1 to ratify tht luffrift
They Traveled Kilometers, Knots and Miles to Get Here
SNAPSHOTS OF MEN OF THE 142ND INFANTRY TAKEN THIS MORNING DURING, BEFORE AND AFTER THE LAST REVIEW OK THE REGIMENT.
Ladiea aad geatkataa, the Tuaea
A h.I..,m lutk ltila .all .IhI
la the after kfvhaad corner ia
tht tit of the old Friteo depot thii moraiag.
Ia the npper rlgbt-aaal crar U
rfrhmat booth, a abort dlitaaca from the Community kitchen, thii moraiag. Ia th caater fortgroaad ia at let
W. A. Stivoai of Oklahoma City aad CorpL V. Smith, alao of thia city.
Ia the lower left-hand coraer I CorpL W. I. BradfUld of Talaa. wtirlag the dietinniihtd atrric croc
th back line, ia ordr to get kirn oot
la th lowtr ctattr 11 a piaiooa or laiaatrymca a tay paaa aowa
Thi wai glvta him by th Belgiaa govtrament la recogaitloa of hi rvic
CRIES AS SHE
TELLS OF LIFE
Woman Accused of Murder
Says Husband Was Violent
With teari itreaming down heT face
and her whole body ihaking with
lobi, Mn. Lottie Ilaker told her own
story of the killing of her husband
on the witnrni Hand thii morning. She
declared that ihr fired because ihe
feared that her husband would kill her
then and there.
"Where were you employed wnen
you first met Lusco Baker J" Moman
Pruiett, Mra. Baker'i attorney aiked.
Employed a DomeaUi
"I wai employed ai a domestic in
"How long had you known him
when you married him?" '
"Two.mcmthi." ' "
"Wat your huiband tried and con
victed on a chart of attempting a
criminal assult upon your "little
"Vei. ilr." S
Tell th lury whether you know
lusco Baker i reputation with regard
to hit beinc a danteroaa. violent
turbulent character for th lait two
Yei. ilr?"' '
"Wi it good or bad?" . f
Mt wai bad."
"Did you ever receive my Inform
tion ai to hit having killed anybody ?'
'Yes, iir. t.
. (Cinilrtu; en fag g, Column t .
trteeata etclaatvetp today aictarta of
a groop of thirteea of the beat-look
a ptcrare of three Oklahoma City hoy
of th flghtiag. ' Oa delivering the mtiaag, he atartod to return agate to th
AWAY FROM CITY
FOl 3 OWING TIGHT
Soldier Is Stabbed; Sheriff
x Secrets Porter.
' Fearing that men of the U2nd in
fantry might ttempt to lynch Joe
Snullwood, negro rooming-house
porter, who I under rrest cm
charge f havitnr cnt Clarence ("Big")
Mitchell badly about J 30 o'clock this
morning, Sheriff C. E. Johnson left
with the negro in an automobile about
5 o'clock. The police declare that two
automoliilei filled with angry mldieri
followed tht iheriff, but Johnson lay
he never locked back to lee whether
he w4ibelng followed.
Soldier Will Bteovtr.
Mitchell' wounds re of tuch a se
r'oui nature trfltt H wa feared at first
that he would die, but at noon it wai
stated at Wesley hotpHal,' where he
wa taken, that he waa getting along
well and would live.
Mitchell it a member of company H,
142nd infantry, and hii home Is in
Montague. Texaa. The cutting affray
is takl to nave been a retutt of a quar
rel over money. Mitchell lu'fe'ed a
number wound, one of which wai
oa hi neck. ,v v
Immediately after the ' cutting,
Smallwood (led, but the police melt
ed him about 4 o'clock. He waa taken
to the countf jail.
Rumori of the cutting were psid
round among men of the regiment
. (Continued ei Pie Column 4.) .
the chaarptoa doaghaat-eerrera of Oklahoma City, tht champion giagerbread
lag gula la Oklahoma City who terre.
wtth the month fall aad haaaa nil
aroaeway aorta 01 ut kock icuaa tracaa, aaa to thttr right l a ptctar of
4a talking hi aativ toaga waa ating Amrien wir aad thua footle
Well, Sir, Those 142nd
lLads Et and Et Until
The Chow Was Done for
i irse a flock of hot rolls,
sucu.iit streak f Oklahoma ham, a
necklace of homemade 'doughnuts ai
short a piecrust and a bunch of hon-eii-to-goodness
coffee doesn't mean
io much to you folki who rag the
maid when the eggs are a minute
When you've been dosed with corrt
willie. coined tomatoes and indiffer
ent java for a year nr so, and finally
get back in the oM home state, with
the daddies and mothers and wives
and iweetheart of a regiment wild
VIEWS OF THE REVIEW
Boy of the 1 42nd infantry were
early viiiton at the Y. W C. A. laid
Mill Anna Louise Cole, general tec
retary. Many request for stationery
were made bright and early, and home
letter were ready before breakfast
wa aerved, Miss Cole laid.
' Serf! J. B, Kelly of El Reno, com
pany A, '142nd infantry, enjoyed a
brief visit with his brother, I. D. Kel
ly ai the train stopped at tht El Reno
station at 10 o'clock last flight, en
route from Enid to Oklahoma City.
A squad f-pm the United States
army recruiting station went on duty
at 4 o'clock this morning at the Lib
erty kitchen. They aided the mem
ber of the Red Crosi canteen In
maintaining a 100 percent service dur-1
aougbnuti. eigartti and other edible
of T. u. C. A. gingrbrtd. The picture waa taken while the doughboy
Rtlta LedbetUr, la charge of the booth, flanked by thrte girl aidta. Tbe toldiert are Privaiet A. E.
woa aar St. Itieaa.' H wa wonadtd. hat rfaed to go to th rear. He waa then given a mctca?
froat, hut wa only (topped when a lienteaaat caught him and forced him to
with happiness and you get real home
chow and an invitation to come back
for more; I'll lay it'i great?
They Sore EL 1
Thal'i the way it seemed to an in
nocent bystlrlder at the old Liberty
kitchen at First street - and Harvey
this morning where the women of the
Red Cross canteen filled the stomachs
Of the 2,0(10 blessed boys of the 142nd
infantry and stuffed their hearts with
happinen with the smiles the tears
(Centlnut an Pae I, Column t.)
ing breakfait, when 2.nfX) soldiers
formed in line for a cafeteria break
fast. Mn. Ben Ragsdale sponsored a
number of young girls stationed at the
corner of Harvey and Main itrecti,
who strewed flowen along the line of
"Just look at Old Glory, boys; did
it ever look that good to you before ?
sked Frank Carter, state auditor, aa
he caught a glimpse of the flag fly
ing alongside the regimental colon
as the parade came down Broadway.
There waa eae aoldier following la
th rear of oa alateea about the said-
(CtnUnuo n Pe I, Column t)
tatere of tht American tireditioaary
and imokablet to mtmben of tht MJnd
Calvta Atchavtt, a comancb iaatan,
g th Hub win tapper. .
Committee Eliminates Euro
pean Policy Clause.
(By IntarnallonaL.Newa Bervl )
WASHINGTON', lune .-Immedi
ate action on the Knox league of'fia
t'rns resolution went a-Rlimmering
today hen the den-ocratic minoritv
foicrd the senate to adjourn until
Monday without taking it up.
The agreement to adjourn was
reached hy the republican and demo
cratic leaders afier Senator Knox fi
nally succeeded in securing unanimous
consent to have his measure favorably
reported to the senate from the senate
foreign relations committee and placed
on the senate calendar.
WASHINGTON. June 12,-Senator
Knox'i resolution to put the lenate on
record against accepting the league of
nations in the terms of the peace
treaty was reported today in an
amended form by the senate foreign
The committee struck out ' the
lection of the resolution which would
declare it a policy of the American
government that whenever the peace
of Europe became again threatened
the United States would co-operate to
remove such a menace
The motion to amend the Knox
measure was made by Chairman
l.odge and had the support of Senator
Knox and all other republican
(CtntlnutdJ tn Pifft t Clwmn I.)
forcei. and tbe champion H
M. C. A.
infantry at the Commonitv
were itandmg at the V..
Simi and i
to take to ;
go back to the drcciing it
wbo la wearing the Belgian
SENATE VOTES RATE
POWER TO COMMISSION
WASHINGTON. June, 11-With-out
a record vote, t!ie uritate loda)
pasted the bill ot Srrttnr Ctnrmins.
repuhlican of luv, .1, rrncn.t n? the
tailrn.id contn l art mi ar- to relne
Ihe ratc-makin;! powr of t'ie irfi
jtae commerce coinni,sioti. The
measure now goe to tlie home.
dey talks bout gome
FOLKS:e$' CRIDIT IS GOOD
JEN SOM6 . IS &AD . UT
SHUCKS! - - CNNY KIN' O'
CREDIT AM . GITS LOOKS
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LOCAL rotCAT-Claur art .
eattia weathar tenifM ana rrMayi net
much etianga In tatnaratur.
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I LUIILIIU 111
Governor and General Hoff
man Fail to Arrive.
PLANES THRILL THRONGS
Forty Thousand People See
Oklahoma Veterans. - ,
The first aection of Um
142nd infer try left Oklahoma
City ehort!:' after 2 o'clock
this afternoon on ita way to
Cam? Bowie, Texaa. The neat
waa to leavo IS minute later,
ard the r.-maininj three at
Two thousand bronzed sons
of Oklahoma and Texas, vet
erans and heroes of the great
world war. marched in review
through the damp streets of
Oklahoma City today amidst
an avalAnrhe of flowers and
unnlaure from the wall of
cheering humanity that lined
the coune of the parade.
40,000 See March.
A rrna.it rttimalril at 4(11100 neot)l
that linrj the street and filled t!0
wind-w and rood of downtown of
fice and hotel building law the tarn
men, t ie lame gum and tne tame
glitlerinK bayonet! of Heel that faced
the (iermint in the Argonne offeniiv
gn by under the leadership of tbeir
illutrioui commander, Col. A. W.
(i-nernor Rohertnon and Gen. Roy
H'jfman. who wai the commander of
the when it wai the old Okla
homa frt regiment of national
pinrds. f-i!ed to reach the city from
the evt i:i time o witness the pa
ActinK (i'v. I'd Trapp. f,en. Harrf
IVntnmt nurt'li'T! of the lunrem
court, hih Mate official! and national
f'orc Troops Tomorrow
Tht 11 Mb engineer, th 111th
'jpp'y Hain and tht 13iat machine
gun bittalica will arriv ia Okla
homa City tomorrow moraiag at
All three uniti will hold a Joiat
parads. fallow. rg th earn reetf
as followed this morning at 10
o'clock tomorrow moraiag,
Flowers should be picked tale
afternoon and delivered t the Lib
erty kitchen tip until aarad
All uniti will leavt thia city at
guard officers occupied tbe official
reviewing stand and with bared Headi
cheered and applauded the return
warrior a tliey marched by.
Col. A. V. Bloor, who rommandef
the unit in France and hit adjutant
C.-..uin Fields of Paula Vlley, '
mounted, and the Second Oklahoma
National Ciii.ird regiment hand let tba
parade. Starting from Eighth street
t!i march proceeded south to Meat,
then west to the court house, beB
east on Grand avenue to First BOB)
then to the cars. i
The men marched in column platooK
fashion, two column, of from aiaiaaa
t i twenty men abreast constituting , jl
platoon. ? '"J
Official! oa SUad.
Acting (jovernor Trapp, Mayor
Walton. Chi-f of Police Smith, Ga I
eral Harry Pentecost and AdJotatB)
General llarrett of the Oklahoma Nt t
1 1 rial Guard and other national aaa '
officer occupying an automobile canal '
down Broadway at the head of tfct
parade and then took their place fc
the reviewing stand. i' '
"Wouldn't vou hate to
bunch of iteel Jawed lighten
you? No wonder Germany piked aa
peace, said the acting governor tf -he
eyed the first company that petael A
the reviewing stand. All along the Hfl '
of march similar comment wai aeaiu
as the spectators commented upoa ttt v
appearance of the men. ' L i
Cantaim of each company MrVtCi
i they pa. red th reviewing eeM!.'.
and th ialbt wai returned by tti ''
enior officer. : l
"Eye right," wai the order ef 1 1
platoon command en as ttn K 1
passed th reviewing ' Haadl ' vCj.i
eyei fixed on the revkwr. . , . . j , .
Meads Are feral ' '
All head in the nvhwatf ot"
were bared ai the mea Wfat aav 7.
regimental color were lajuted If t
officeri and head were
artel a t
color bearer patted.
A motor track carry im
yoanf girls dred la fU atagat.