The Houston Post. (Houston, Tex.), Vol. 33, No. 63, Ed. 1 Wednesday, June 6, 1917 Page: 2 of 16
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OmOwi4 frosn Kki Om.)
r returned wo-wn wor th
-y now (Uim) M T' Ma with you
were th Mo a fUMta tor liberty
i knnu rights waowiver and wherever
-. country can.
. .(.UM KO CON'KOS. ;
Janes Turner who erred In the Cnlen
jny m a member of a New Tork regi-
weat.ana' was. wounded t the ascend
tattle ef if mesas . welcomed the Con
federate- la the name of the Oread Army
of the Bepobtte of which be la a former
ceffi mender. Be was received by the
veterans who stood' and gave three
cheers and his references to the mutual
resaeet and esteem uuuni toaay o-
iwmmi former face brouernt aDDlaUse.
-Colonel Robert K. I grandson of the
South' chieftain declared in ls address
that the sons of the. men off the North
and South would emulate the example of
their father! and nerve their country In
any eapacity In which they are called.
' The presentation of Mrs. Louisiana
Ransberg Brims of Brtggsdal. (... to me
convention as the "Veiled Lady of Camp
rhu" ttv rtenaral AmMtt H. Toons.
moved the veterans to resort -to the old
rebel yell to es press nr tpjuvnui
mM h ernmen who far 1 years heavily
J veiled scattered flowers on the graves of
I Southern soldiers who died In Camp
Chase prison near coltuncus k
Q. A. R. AND SONS
JOIN IN RECEPTION.
former Benator and former Governor
lames B. McCreary of Kentucky apeak-
in at .the afternoon session declared
that the North and South understood
Mk irflu fcttr Ttim. rflimtrr tAdeV. he
lemM stands' unitedly behind the presi-
deet and "we pledge anew our everything
us erush autocracy end keep alive on this
1 earth the principfes for which Wsshlns-
'ton. Jefferson Uncoln and Wilson ao
Swell typlfled and fought for."
f Telling of the union of former foes he
(declared "the whole world caa now aee
(that there's friendship and reconciliation
between the men who were the blue and
A reeepUoa at the penaloa of dee build-
last where Grand Army of the Republic
and Sons of Veterans participated la
welcoming the visitors brought the first
dv'a formal nrosram to an end. The
(annual memorial exercises for the Con
federate dead will be held Wednesday in
the Confederate section of Arlington na-
Several hundred of the veterans went
Me Maaaasas Tuesday and visited the to-
coaties of the two lamoua Battles or inai
Various antertslnmenta tn honor of the
fwtaUars were given in several hotels of
tse city at night.
MRBBTINOS OF GOVERNMENT.
The president spoke as follows:
"I esteem It a very great pleasure and
real privilege to extend to the men
wh are attending this reunion the very
tesrdial greetings of the government of the
"I suppose that as you mix with one
another yew chiefly find those to bo days
lot 11 him j when your thoughts go back
and recall those days of struggle 2a which.
yeor hearts were strained la which the
whole nation seemed in grappled and
iiM n tWttt .mi .p. thrin4 u "vwo
I remember the . heroic things that . were
thaa done. You are glad to remember
I that heroic things were don on both
JaMes and that men in thoae days fought
tin aome thing like the old . spirit of
JchiTsirfc; gallantry. There are many
fnsesBoriea C the dvU war that thrill the
blood end make one proud to have been
(sprung of a race that could produce such
bravery and constancy; and yet the world
jdoea not live on memories. The world
(Is constantly making its toilsome way
forward tnte new and different ways and
il believe that one of the thlnaa that con-
ttrl bates satisfaction to a reunion like this
ana a welcome Hko this is that that
is also a day of oblivion. There are
thtnss that we have thankfully bur-'
tea ana mong tnem are tno great paa-
fesana at division which onoa threatened
to rand One nation in twain. The passion
ef admiration wa still entertain for the
hereto figures of- those old days but the
waste ac separation tn passion of ait-
lerenue af prindpl is gone gone out of
our minds gone out of our hearts; and
one of the thlnars that wffl thrill this
koaniiy as It rands of this reunion is
that it will read ala of a rededicatlon.
Ion the part of all she great nation which
wo serve in common.
flAVB LEARNED AMERICA
WAS MADE TO SERVE. .
"These are days of obUvlon as well as
of saomorv. for w are forgetting the
things that one hold asunder. Not only
(hat bat (hey are days of rejoicing be
ta wa now at last see why this great
fmrjun was kept united for we are be
.sinning to see the great world purpose
hrhicfc it was meant to serve. Many men.
J knew particularly of your own gen-
eration have wondered at some of the
dealings of providence but the wins heart
never questions the dealings of provi
pence because the great long plan as it
Imfoirts has a .majesty about it and
fflnKna of purpose an elevation of
Ideal which we are incapable of conceiv
ing as we tried to work things out with
ur own short sight and weak strength.
And now that wo see ourselves part of
a. nation united powerful great in spirit
had in Purpose we know the areat ends
Mich God in his mysterious providence
7"rougnt tnrougn our. mstrumantallty he-
rieee St the heart of the men of the
orth and of the 8outh there was the
pant love of self government and of lib
erty and now wo are to be an Instru
ment In ths hands of God to see that lib
' rrtv Is made secure for mankind. At
lh day of oar greatest division tbere was
? iat waa the aessmn for human freedom:
; did not know that God was working
ut tn bis awn way the method by which
e should bast serve human freedom y
eking this nation a great united indi-
inute. indestructible instrument in his
ends for the accomplishment of those
-EEER THAN VOLUNTEER SPIRIT
i SPIRIT Or OBLIGATION.
"As team along the stroeu a few mln-
ites ago my heart was full of the thought
that this is registration day. Win you
f uppert me In feeling that there is some
i gutflcance in this coincidence that this
fay-Whan 1 come to welcome you to the
atSonal capital is a day when men
; oumf as you were in those old days
he yon gathered to fight are now reg-
terUuf theft- names as evidence of this
eet Idea that In a democracy the duty
serve and tbnrivflege to serve falls
on al alike? There la something very
a my fellow citizens in the spirit of
volunteer bat deeper than the vol.
r spirit la the spirit of obligation
e la not a man of as who must not
J himself randy to be summoned to
e duty of supporting the great govern
nt under which we live. No really
..ughtful and patrtotlo man la jealous of
-t ohiigatlon.' No man who really an-
Unda the dignity of being sn Amerj
n citisen auarrels for ya moment wittj
Men that the ssngrite ( the 'United
baa the riaht to call upon whom it
t to serve tno. nation. Those solemn
e of yesMur neon going today an over
. nation to ptaoea of registration ought
i s a signal- to the world to those who
i f out th dignity and . vmnor and
a of the United States that all her
nod will flock to that standard an-
- Mluh we all eMlcht to serve and thai
no challenges the right and nria
of the- Uaited SUtes ohaBenges the
l sireogw ana eveuon ax a aauon.
y te APtOtUT.:r;;:;'0i i't'-
t HUNIOtv;-v. isV' ' i
!ir ara not laany thlnaa fnat. pns
i about. Ja . IDT' fellow t cntsens
you has 400 throng; wars -.yo.
r hw yo nave been stnsdby
t then cane v time wbea Js
(t nation tn know that It must
if n4 wa evnrythbut that K
'n t th jvfnetptaa .whlek H
' - hav prospefed with a
or!TOVedsa ind irrespoaefbla nree-
perlty. Now w are goin ?
weaith. n aeosasary. and spend aU our
ul u ryl K. 1 ahnar that WO Were
not aoeumulatlng that wealth aelfiahly but
were accumulating It 'or Oi service of
mankind. Men all over th world have
ikmriii mt th TTnited Ststes ss a trading
ideal with which the hearts ef this peo-
ple have thrilled; wo know aober con-
viction which hav lain at the basis of
our lf all th time and we know the
power and devotmn which can b spent
In beroks wise for th services of those
Ideals that w hav treasured. V hav
been allowed to become atrong In th
providenc of 'God - that our strensth
might be used to prove not our selfish-
aess. but our rtnesa. and there Is
any ground for thsnkfuuesa in a day like
thia. I am thankful for the privilege of
self sacrifice which is th only Privilege
that lends dignity to the human spirit.
"And so ft seems to me that we may
regard this day as a very happy day. be-
eause a day of reunion a day of noble
memoriee. a day of dedication. toy ef
the renewal of the spirit which has mad
America great among the peoples of the
Germans Lose. Planes
In English Raid
LONDON June I Official anaouaoe-
ment Is made that an airplane raid waa
made over the Thames estuary.
One German airplane is reported to hav
been brought down. Bombs war dropped
over Essex and Kent.
Between eight and twelve German
Taubea were th raiding aircraft. They
wer hotly eroraawd by British aircraft
guns and aviators and driven back. The
German machine reported down is said to
hav plunged headlong into the aea. Still
another machine is reported to hav been
LONDON. June i The official an
nouncement of th air raid says that two
lersoas wer killed and twenty-nine en-
ured. Two hostile machines war destroyed.
LONDON June i. Th official state
ment regarding the air raid says:
An airplane raid thia evening waa
carried out by a squadron of about 1
aeroplanes. They u cased th Essex coast
at about :U and dropped some bomb
in fhe country and on assail town in Ea
ssx. and then proceeded to attack th
naval establishment in Med way. A con-
siderable number of bombs were dropped
and a certain amount of damage ems
done to house property but the damsg
don naval and . military establishments
were practically negligible.
The raiding aeroplanes were engageo
by gunfire and pursued by aircraft. After
having lost two machine they made off
The casualties so far renorted are two
killed two dangerously wounded and 27
Two Suspected of
Taking Part in Crime
BROWN aVILLE Texas Juns S. Two
Mexican - Americans suspected of being
in the murder late Sunday
night oj llaximano Garcia a Mexican
ranchman near Fort Ringgold are in Jail
at Rio Grande City Texas according to
Qaneral Charles G. Morton commander
oT troops in fhe Brownsville district.
General Morton has received reports in
dicating that the outrage wss a civil
rather than a military affair.
A report from CtfYain Shelly of the
Sixteenth cavalry in the. Fort Ringgold
roe-ion smvs that Garcia waa killed his
five daughters roughly handled a young
ana severely beaten over the heed wll'.i
a pistol and between (M and (JO stolen.
The sheriffs department here beuevea
that six men who were familiar with the
premises of th Garcia ranch perpetrated
General Morton atated Tuesday nignt
that he had instructed fhe commander
of troops in the Fort Ringgold district to
co-operate wKh the civil authorities in
if toe guuty parties.
Clerk of Cracow
AtttnmH4 Prrst Rtprt.
AMSTERDAM. June (. via LonJon.
Carl Langer a clerk who wss sentenced
to death at Cracow for having distrib-
uted on (he streets to women type writ
ten copies of a German translation of the
American sdng T Didn't Raise My Boy
to Be a Soldier." and afterwards had his
sentence commuted to five years penal
servitude has been pardoned by Emperor
Charles according to advices to the
Munich Post from Vienna. Langer had
served part of his sentence.
i.iuectcttd Prtu Report.)
BERLIN. June . via London. June S.
Official denial eras mad Tuesday of a
report from London that Gorman naval
forces have taken possession of th Island
of Margarita off the coast of Venexuels.
tor tne purpose or esxsousning a subma-
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IWy-im Lnmbeemsn Ssnfc lda '
$f0:f;f P1w Prstn tied T
Cbtalnsd and trademark and coayrlahts
registered VV rite for tm'aeter? Guide
eon. omn av rum nrsso nwg H oust en
Tens. jt - Phea Rwu dyad
;HpysroN PAit.Y i:03j:3 i?;iPAyic
aU of the State ga ni nnsaaU. JRvarr awv-
ernor had been asked to wire direct to
in provost asarahai general as noon aner
na waa aw to max n oeiiarte
statement ronardina- th- day's event.
Th mess an begsa to cease ewer th
wire raotoiv after l a'eioek... mearlabiy
thy reporttid beavy reastratloa aarly In
"The spirit of th young man from
whom th fightiag tenm ar to be se-
lected waa evideeoed tn ther attitude
toward quastio It on th regiatration
b tanks which naked If examnUon waa
claimed. In thousands of oases' young
men availed themsehrsa ef their riaht to
brnor this question and to leave it en-
tirely for tb government to dec id
whet Mr they should be selected.
'It waa not n volunteer estsrnrla
upon which the men of military age were
emoaraiast but uy ntrea upon it in
the apirit of men who were seeking the
opportunity to eorv.".
Texu Would '
" . tAuttitH Arew rTrri.)
WASHINGTON. June S. The provost
marshal general's office estimates the
number of men subject to register at
ls.M4.M4. They ar - acattared through
th 8 tat aa shown by th official table
Uabema I14.7M: Arlaona S4.I14: Ar
kansas. 1&MT3; California SU.Ut; Colo-
rado 11J.577; Connecticut. Ut.UT; Dela
ware 19. U6; DUtrict of Columbia. 3S0;
Florida 1M7; Georgia 74.m; Idaho
U.U0; Illinois. tilMl: Indiana. a0011;
Iowa. IV2.UZ; Kansas. 1M.1M; Ken-
tucky 104.IM; Louisiana 171.IU; Main.
U.t7: Maryland. 1)1100: Massachusetts.
T7.SM; MichUrsn. Ul.ltt: Mlnneeotsi
I4t.0M; Mississippi. ITT.sOC; Miaaourt
tM.001; Montana 71.454: Nebraska.
iaM; Nevada 1.M0; New Hampshire.
M.STt: New Jersey. S0.S; New Mexico
4.Ui; New Tork. 1.1M.1M; North Caro
lina 1!MU: North DakoU 1100: tmW
4IMH; Oklahoma Jlb.SU: Oregon.
104.1M; Pennsvlvsnia. I7I7; Rhode
UUnd. C0.790; South Carolina 1S7.M1;
South Dakota. 770: Tenneasee. 1H.470;
Texas 425.JJ0; Utah. 45.4M; Vsrmont
M.U; Virginia. ' I11.3SI: Washington.
Jit. tit: Wisconsin. MM7: Wast Vir
ginia. 143.I5S; Wyoming tT.UO.
Megistrauon jor tie wan ana awska wiu
be arranged later.
While an approximate report of the re-
sults of the registration may ba pub-
lished in the morning newspapers tomor-
row it will be several days before a com-
plete return can ba assembled.
Few Slacken in
(4ttctatt4 Prtu It.)
ATLANTA. Gs.. Juno . Registration
under the draft law In the south waa al-
most wholly without untoward Incident
and in many cities took on the characw
of a patriotic holiday. A few alleged
alackers were arrested but In the mala
men between tne age ot xt ana i
showed eagerness to enroll.
Two distinct features were the willing.
neea of the negroes to register end th
rush of Virs-inis mountaineers to the pre
cincts. German agents have been charged
with working among tnese people since
the United SUtes broke relations with
permsny. but Tuesday l resist rat Ion
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Indigestion. One package
proves it 25catalldrugrj$&
c . - jiusrNCSs conditi9ns .
ts 'ii' OptH itta i to to Business eosdl-
llnu a .(.w JVuh J u 1 1 As
. u . til im vwu 1! wfiMJi mw mm w
nut; sad as te ts BM surtst. sbmi
mms for tar fellewles:
Urn. The Pries ef Oettoa. It is
Seraed. It I seeerally eadantod that tb fv-
remeat report walea will be limits
ee 1mm 10 will show s large jamais
la sciesf. sod a good crop resort
asuallT bmsbs s aalL aufet.
Taint. Tes I'eitrd Uts Steel Orpncsttoa
toanste rtperi. alse aoe aboei Jas
10. Is ftiDetd te h vrv favoraelc.
Fesrth. As InrnsK la rales Is upscted far tar
Kastera. soe also (M soutswestera sM
Wun Railroad the lttr pert ef
Fifth. The iwrrhax f copper by tb SUM
UovvroswDls is tais coeuUy Is sef
Beiest te cossubm sll of te coppsr
that ess be dellwes for the baliae
of 1SIT. and vs at s price tw
tb markM would sni costiseed proe-
perity for tb copper enmpsnies. '
BUts. The oW lael form ot tse Oeveraawnt
tax laws ssd toe success of ths Lib-
Stocks ssd Bosddet all kinds baring s siarket
rsln. Boacbt snd Sola.
Orders exceated for siy snoeet ef Kw Trk
Listed Stocks iter tor cask or ut 1 ceestrrt-
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made thousands of pairs of
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Corner Prairie and Milam.
Phon Preston i800t -
I Th Alarm' Cloak of War Has I
I Unci Sam Wlda Awake at Last.
fsures iKowed thal tnVatorU Vad not
to aut'hteet affeoL ' " -' '
The y was celebrated a "flaf dap'
I Blirnuierhaaa) with the) ralstnaj of the
aatlonai color In QepHol park after
parade and a ad drees br Major General
Wo oomniandar of th nouth east era
department of the Crtttad Slate. Twaaty
Xiva tiMuesnd see aisrtsui U A loyalty
parade In fcerapaia aad buslnes was ua-
ponded at maar H1.
Is virtuaiiy every city th tootle ef
whistle aad th ringing of church balls
catted th young men at th apainc
th resriairatiraa precincts -
Number d.4ereeo war detatnad by
a cltisea'b eommltte at New Orieaas
wnll jwapartng t board trains bt Mvtsr
wesa ftiaaaaiT . 1- ' - K
msUn Hird Slarlt
'tdsasnatr'l rVaw r?ert i"-'
rTAaQOrOTOK June Of $b approg.
anataiy llHeoe men who ragtstered. the
eeiuma btsrwad aatlmatns that aoout iiee
ar married and about I.UO.tod are
aingla. Br eatimate they ar distributed
through ta walka of Ufa appradiostary
in thia ainaoar -
AgrieuHnra. forestry and animal hus-
bandry 1 14 JO. ; '
Majsufaetttttaf and meohanlcaJ Indut-
No galnfut oneupatian. M0.M0.
. Trad Lv4tv.
Public servios 144.M0.
Domoati and personal aarVtc. 441000.
PrpraasinnaT servtc. UI.0M.
Olbrical occupations 174000.
Extraction of mineral. 3(4000.
Utet aad f4Taj
Belated to Befiiter.
t-fueci Prtu Reptrt.)
IGNACIA CL. June . Ute Indians
on their reset nation near here Tuesday
refused to ragiater under tha selective
draft act' and spent most of the day
dancing war and "bear" dance la na-
tive costume a number of th younger
men ar said to be out In th bills near
hers and hav obtained a quantity of
liquor. Is. la reported here that the In-
dians hav threatened to burn this aottls-
meat. Threats also hav bean made
against tha Indian agent at tha reserva-
tion it waa said. '
FlAGSTAFr. Aria.. June ..-Navajo
Indiana drtfha aa Indian agent and other
federal officers off the government reser-
vation 100 mil northeast of hare Tuas-
day whan tha latter went to register tha
Indiana under th war army selective
draft MB Aoenrdlng to advices reaching
her Tunaday night.
Th federei officers feared th Indians
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.U.niUU. JUis 0 lyi.tv ( . - k
! rrsTis JUULrLS-AjijuijuijiJ jijuisii"e"iir
would ' th war path If furtive at-
tempt erere m4 in realiter thaav It
waa rwroq mmmm
i V. LOUISIANANd LOVAU-
MOrNt Mtflatwed Atafnot tstlmaW ff
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HVW. ORUEANB Jane s--ZnjAUol
Tuaaday war that Uajaiaaa- tofn rrl.
tratioa would- ba- close to M0.00O - m
against tha war department'a preliminary
eetlraate of lTl.OOd. Word t thia. effect
waa received Tueeday Iran) the adtutaat
general j Thar war no arrests
About JO white and nagn
tainad-br eitlsens emmitt
road atatlona. but nrovod wlllim
ming t rf
later whan rule war explained. Negro
regUtretion in New Orleans aad through-
out the ataU'Waa mxpQtedly heavy
few claiming exemption. : - v -
Only two arrests war reported through-
out the state. . At Monroe and Laka
Charles arrests war mad for alleged In-
terference with rsgistratlon.
) MJkaM DM Not WlttST.
iAuttimtti Rrt Jtseri-
PHOENDC. Art.. JOB Thro kan-
dred Rusalaa colon lits. trans-Caucasiana.
settled near Glsndale nine miles watt ef
Phoenix declined to register - They ar
members of a religious order th If ete-
a branch ar tn uouxnobor. ana
a vow against warfare
Anticonscrtptlsn 'arade Sreksn Up
iAutmUU rVajf HrpwUt -j:
1CABQUETTE Mloh. Jua I. Sfforia
of anticon scrip tlonlsts to hold a parade
and mass meeting against registration at
Neaevunee. Mloh. a mining town near
here wor foiled when a company of Na-
tional Guardsmen from thia city took
command of th town.
Chicago Ahead of estimate.
(Aweriatrs rVest rtrpsr.). '
CHICAGO June . At least nt.OOO and
perhaps ttO.000 men registered here Tues-
day andar th aalectW draft .law ac-
cording to early figures from the regis-
tration polls. Th highest preliminary
estimate on tb number of men who
would register waa 104000.
French Ship Torpedoed.
(Wateosred rVM f?f)
PARIS. Junt I. Announcement wag
made Monday that tha French steamship
Tarya 41U tons gross was torpedoed and
sunk in th Mediterranean on May M. Of
ths t0 persona on board. It art missing.
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at at one and at the eame time name lowest price per ton of 1140 lbs
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