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LEAGUE OF NATIONS
Advocated by President Wilson,
vlowcd by editors of twelvo metro
politan dallies. Tho South, with the
lonesome exception of tho Courier
Journal is, of course, In tho most sym
pathetic accord with tho President.
Divergent, witty and spicy opinions
are from tho East, North and West.
March G, 1919:
"Tho President will return to tho
United States after tho adjournment
of the peace conference to lay before
the Senate and the people of the coun
try tho completed draft of a history
making International covenant, which
In the ripened opinion of the States
man at Paris, will go as far as It Is
humanly possible for any agreement
to go toward outlawing war. Back of
tho treaty will be tho will of tho al
lied powers to establish upon earth
an endless reign of peace." The
Plalndealer (Cleveland, Ohio).
"Sir (we would say) on your de
parture for the Becond voyage In your
great mission we Join with all loyal
Americans In wishing you a prosper
ous Journey and a safe return to your
post. The people of this country, true
to the traditions and their historic
character, detest was. They will go
to any reasonable length to eradicate
its causes; they will support any safe
and sound arrangement providing the
guarantees without which the peace
to he signed cannot endure. You may
confidently rely upon it, and may dis
miss from your mind the wholly or-
"New England Is always Interested
In the thought of Old England, and
Boston opinion Is always interested
In London opinion, although the two
thoughts and two opinions have dif
fered moro than once. It was tho
British plan which was accepted at
Paris with somo amendments. The
plans proposed by France and Italy
were set asldo and no plan was pre
sented by the United States. Wo be
ltovo that tho good feeling which the
comradeship In the war engendered
between English-speaking peoples the
world over will be Jeopardized If the
plan In which the Englishmen take
logltlmato pride, oxpressed by tho
London Times is pressed its present
form upon the Congress or people of
the United States." Boston Evening
"Can the Nations who feel that they
have most at stake In the matter trust
their defense to the League of Na
tions as successfully as to their own
efforts combined -with supporting al
liances? It it should prove that they
cannot, then it must be obvious that
the sacrifices of Armageddon have
been a failure, and that the last state
of humanity Is worse, far worse than
any before it. The end aimed at is
so vast that sacrifice will bo required
for every nation concerned. For there
is no nation today that can dare to
repudiate the moral claim that it is in
some measure its brother's keeper.
That, surely, is what Mr. Wilson sees."
The Christian Science Monitor, Bos
opposition to Mr. Wilson's particular
leaguo and its particular form aro not
fighting any and every league good,
bad or indifferent, they aro fighting
a league that is wrong to get a leaguo
that is right" Tho Sun, Now York
City Wm. H. Davenport, Jr.
NEGROES MADE GOOD.
It was the Marbache sector that tho
Negro soldiers won from tho Huns the
complimentary nemo of "Black
Devils." This sector was no sooner
taken over by the Ninety-second Di
vision, composed entirely of Negroe3,
than a scries of daring trench raids
served notice on the Germans that
something now was on the program.
Up to that time the Ninety-second
never had been in battle. Only one
of its regiments had seen a- big en
gagement. The chenco for united ac
tion came in the Metz drive, and at
4 o'clock in tho morning, on the day
before the armistice was signed, they
were notified to make ready.
Ear-witnesses say a statue would
have been set smiling by the way
those brown fighters echoed the "Soe
It through" slogan of the "Buffaloes"
when the call came.
They began their advance at 7
o'clock from Polnt-a-Mousson. Before
them was a valley commanded by the
heavy guns o Met?, and by nests of
German machine guns. The Negroes
seemed to realize that here for the
first time was tho great opportunity
to show their mettle that for the first
time they were going to battle as a
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SAMUEL DIGGS, Prop.
Studio, 1618 Virginia
Phone Bell Grand 4154
"Probably the hardest fighting dono
by any Americans In tho final hour
was that which engaged the troops of
tho Twenty eighth, Ninety -second,
Eighty-first and Eeventh Divisions of
the Second American army, who
launched a flre-eatlng attack above
Vigneulles just at dawn on tho 11th.
It was no mild thing that last flare
of tho battle, and the order to cease
firing did not reach the men in the
front lino until the last moment, when
tho runners sped with it from fox hole
to fox hole."
From theso accounts, which provide
an ample basis for definite formation
of opinion, It is evident that the flag
never was better or more bravely
served than by the Negro troops who
of late have been coming back to the
kind of welcome the deserve.
But for them and tho rest of their
race It will bo well to remember that
service to tho flag Includes quite as
much in times of peace as in times of
war, however different its nature.
What the Negro soldier has done is
proof of the ability of his race to meet
an occasion when it rises.
For many years that race has faced
a need for becoming more useful citi
zens. Constantly Its own leaders have
urged moral and industrial progress.
The response has been less gratifying
than these leaders desired and hoped.
Now, with the proud war record of
their own soldiers for a spur, Ameri
can Negroes should determine to go
forward at a faster rate than in the
Theylurvc had many and hard ob
stacles to overcome. Their handicaps
have been and still are numerous. But
a people that can furnish such fighters
is capable of supplying good citizens
honest workers and earnest home
makers. And this duty should not be
neglected. Philadelphia North American.
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If you want to know what It is, ask
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DUDLEY AT THE HOWARD.
t The Great Comedian Received an
Ovation Howard Theatre Packed
, J! to its Capacity.
' Mr. S.OT. Dudley and his celebrated
I Darktowii Frolics received tho great-
j est ovation of his life at the Howard
1 theatre, Monday night. The day the
announcement in The Bee was made
that Mr. Dudley and his company
would appear at the Howard applica
tion was made for tickets of admis
sion, and long before his appearance
Monday night every seat in this great
theatre was sold. The costumes were
brilliant and the acting and singing
of the participants were up to date.
Mr. Dudley carrted the house by storm
by his acting. This city is Mr. Dud
ley's home, and the people gave him
a royal reception. There was fun and
merriment from the time the curtain
was raised to the end of the show.
Tho girls aro pretty and their cos
tumes are beyond description. His
celebrated mule did some wonderful
stunts, and the applause was enthus
iastic There is no actor in this coun
try who commands greater admiration
than this great and only promoter of
American comedy. There is no actor
who creates greater merriment and
good feeling among the people than
does Dudley and his Darktown Frol
ics The crowds were greater than
those at tho Lafayette Theatre in New
York. Those who have not seen this
fun-making show should not miss it.
The tight rope performance and the
acrobatic features were the best that
have ever been witnessed upon any
American or foreign stage.
Mr. Dudley kept his audience in
one roar of laughter for over half an
hour His character as a hotel porter
was full of laughter.
Kvcry beat has been sold up to this
evening It is one of the greatest sue
cesses in Mr. Dudley's career. Wash
Alderman of the City of Chicago and
R. R. JACKSON,
Major General of fie Uniform Rank, K. of P., who will be the nuest of the
of the two cities at a big banquet next week.
DO YOU TAKE THE SUN?
IF NOT WHY NOT?
J. E. EVANS
Baggage and Express
Howard and Vine Sts.
Bell phone, East 7G5.
Home Phonp, East 711
Residence Phone, East 1149 J.
. First class Barber at Excel
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H. II. White, Homo phono 10
Excelsior Springs, Mo,
roneous impression that those who1
raiso the questions respecting the
league of nations covenant regard war"1
as either desirablo or necessary." '
Tho North American t Philadelphia,
"The quick finish that has come to
the project that President Wilson
brought home from Europe was inevit
able. It never had a chance of ratifi
cation and the Senate has done the
world a service by frankly and openly
making this clear." New York Trib
une. .March ft, 1919. "It was perhaps well
that the President devoted the trist
of- his speech to the setting in which
the Constitution of tho League of Na
tions, ns reported by the committee to
the conference, had its genuineness,
rather than to a discussion of the de
tails of tho document and an attempt
to answer the objections variously
raised against It by those in this coun
try intent on defeating tho whole pur
pose of a leaguo of nations." Rich
mond Times Dispatch.
"There are the two Mr. Wilsons.
Mr. Wilson in Europe is one type of
statesman and commander; Mr. Wil
son In' America is mostly commander."
Los Angeles Times.
"Wilson's speech only Intensifies
opposition In tho Senate to League.
Republicans are more determined than
before that tho President must modi
fy his stand against any amendments
and express wish to have Europo
know that their attitude is reason
able" Now York Herald,
"William Howard Taft and Presi-t
dent Wilson showed that the League
of Nations to put an end to war by
establishing justice on earth is neces
sary to human happiness and they
showed equally plainly that the cove-j
nant of the Leaguo of Nations, form-
ed at Paris still subject to modifica-J
tions is the only practical plan for the
establishment of Justice among na
tions." The Detroit News.
March 7, 1919 "John II. Wilson, a
Democrat, was elected Wednesday,
March 3, 1919, to fill the vacancy by
death of K. E. Robins, a Republican,
elected last November in an over
whelmingly Republican Pennsylvania
district, which has sent only one oth
er Democrat to Congress in the his
tory of the Republican party. J. H.
Wilson was elected on a platform ap
proving tho League of Nations and
urging the voters to uphold the Presi
dent. "Wo content ourselves with the
affirmation that the result of the elec
tion in the i2d district (Senator
Knox's own state) proves at least that
tho speeches of tho Republican Sen
ators against tho leaguo have failed
to carry conviction to the hearts of
tho vpters of that district." The New
"Me, too." Tho Baltimore Sun.
"Our neighbor, the" World, denounc
ing tho legislative opposition to Mr.
Wilson's particular league scheme,
speaks of the last ditch Senators who
have determined that in no circum
stances will they submit to a leaguo of
nations." Those Senators who aro In
division. sense of race solidarity
possessed them, uniting their purpose
as no amount of drilling could, and
they were literally a terrible foe as
they plunged forward to Preny. So 1
rapidly did they advance that the list
of casualties, considering the rain of
shells, was small. Their objective for
the day was Bols Frehaut. Picked
Moroccan and Senegalese troops of the
French, striking for the same point
in an odd competition of Negro races
on this day wore the first to arrive.
The Germans, seeing what was up,
were pounding Bois Frehaut with a
heavy lire. It became too hot for the
Moroccans and the Senegalese. They
weer forced to retreat.
Were our Negro fighters really go
ing to "see it thrugh?" The fight was
now getting hotter and hotter, for the
Germans were bringing their full re
sistance to bear. Tho Fifty-sixth Regi
ment was forced to withdraw, but not
until after they had stood up and borne
a heavy loss. Tho First Battalion of
the "Buffaloes," commanded by Major
Charles j. Appleton of Now York.with
Nerg ocompany commanders and lieu
tenants, was called upon to hold the
Germans at bay while the hard-hit
Fifty-sixth retreated. Here, In con
fronting the enemy with an iron re
sistance, the "Buffaloes" won their
croix do guerre.
A little later Bols Frehaut was taken
by the Ninety-second. Tho Germans
directed against the place a mora mur
derous fire, but thero was no driving
out the Negroes. Tho .Stars and Stripes
said of this fight:
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