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Hamilton Evening Journal (Newspaper) - May 23, 1919, Hamilton, Ohio a JOURNAL VOL. 132 MAY 2 3, 1 9 i 9 BY UAH A TWO WEATHER PARTLY ERS TONIGHT AND 18 PAGES TODAY Will Otr Kindly TiD Their uid Can AD riRST In GERMANY TOLD THAT SHE MUST SUFFER T Beckett Paper Takes Cullen Vaughn Property THE FARMERS ARE ORGANIZED Opportunity For Ex- pansion As future i Needs Demand As The WILL HONOR THE SALVATION ARMY of Commerce fl i I to Ilie Salvation Army j ed at the Hag island shipyard morrow will be christened the Adjutant Mrs. Her Own Behavior Has Brought To Her The Punishment The Allied Nations Have Decreed Shall Be For Leniency Is Turned Down Cullen Vaughn Co. to And Mill South of Is Elected T Committee v J Is economic status under the terms of peace treaty is the rice of who result of Imr own spent IS months overseas with the forces as a of Salvation will be the Tlie will he one of the features of flic Salvation Army home prominent workers for Ihe fund are lo The an agricultural department in the commerce perfected last i a dinner given nt the Y. j at which K. A. county of Montgomery K. chairman ol I lio committee of Iho presided over the meeting Ho Owens Co. to Use Planing Mill for CLASS NIGHT tern Storage larly their ruthless rine Ihe allied and ed council Von Brockdorff in answer to his note on the economic The allied which was made lic with text of man is It out i that Hie German pica is exaggerated CHINA WILL SIGN TREATY MEMORIAL DAY PROGRAM and Northern France the fighting was The Germans complain that hoy would certain necessary The reply is that Germany can import theses it is destroyed the Lens coal and coal fields from her in payment for the destruction wrought still leaves her sources of The Germans complain that the man would suffer under May Chinese gation to the peace is lo have a i I O t. to sign the treaty of peace with UV to Kino Chan is Ibis will us a will tho rights of are cited which the U. ft. senate 1ms similarly reservations tn treaties tiie plea exaggerated lhu j and ignores the I Another real estate deal which no will mean much for Hie future ot industrial Hamilton was closed Imlay Ihe Paper com puny took over property of the in a happy manner and introduced i company lying tlie I of Roy ton at Hie The election of resulted ns Charles K. Rural 10, Van No. 2, vice- The com- consists of K. K. of 11. of exercises of the London high school at will ho held Saturday evening nl which lend to the disposition f of the The to world shipping through the Herman submarine campaign is declared was nearly The allies propose to o'clock Ihe Conditional I nw The program will be as I Music west corner of North and ton This deal has been under way for some but was not concluded until The properly by the Paper company covers the planing mill oi and eluding the four story shop lie Cullen and Vaughn Class History Claas Story Class Poem Class Prophecy Class Will over Jesse of within Mil ford Arthur oil continue ihe Alta Dorothy Leslie Sheering r Sheering Amy Wilos Class Last Act J. Murk 's lion Responsibility of this shortage in shipping is placed di- on Germany and the fierman in replacing it is called n. answer lo the German plea Germany will be called upon to feed il is de- clared lhat Cie pence treaty hikes six out out that all countries are suffering as Hie result of the war and there is no reason which was responsible for the should not German figures as to loss in population due to ade and speculation as to what wili happen to Ihe population in the ture are declared to be will be every for Germany to make her position in the world both stable and it is pointed hns not suffered from pillage aurt tion and there saving from on of and German It M J. K -I Liberty Hen o j was C. ol j Beckett i a baker j ul night at WEEK PLANS Everybody Urged To Get Busy To Make Hamilton More Beautiful And ans of The G. R. THE WORLD WAR Veterans Will Have a Prominent Place In The Charles j I 1 en He Was Struck by a Scott j on complaint of The defendant was released on thoir .Mm giving a if 50 in Hamilton between i or if wilh lho Ashlar The member decided now hold its regular meetings steps will be Ilic Tuesday of and At Ilie close of Ihe meeting a vole i planing mill used H i c nf I hunks extended In Mr. company will for his line be taken over at least by i Ihe Owens nnd j company and will be used for Hie storage of Tlie Inking over of the and j millee of cin council will be held i company's properly i tonight City Auditor nt i j the way for any development j j which Ihe budget for the of which may become desirous or Af Ort Ou for Ihe Paper rtl prohibition going into effect pany and gives lo ils sufficient I or Krb do not know nt present bow Hie budget Iced in front of his cab at the in- FLIGHT AGAIN DELAYED TODAY furnished by high school BUDGET IS TO BE SPECIAL SERVICE ami Liberty bond as security for her who court T riday Wa Marac s. At tic several bruises and j dislocation of his jinn at the Tie taken to by where Dr. F. P CONSIDERED of the financial com- May Admiral early for of Beckett flight hy Iho Junks ton Dr. W. J. district super- company for the properly will j the The most over in will start and C. J. has week tuul which will conduct tho the full of every in the letters have out to all the ministers in city asking them to make clean-up Sunday in the Tho co-operation of every and club in the eity has The program annual Day exercises under the of A. 11. to be on May 30 was announced Ibis by J. W. My ere of- tlie program committee of services this year will more impressive and any held tor many Lo the presence of to 'the ciples The as OF First i City Police Post Veterans and cellars Hint and rubbish piled away often cnuse and Cesspools and all of filth arc breeding places for germs and that are not lightly covered are prolific source of varnish and wall paper will brighten the home and make it more Paints not only beautify acquired il today notified navy lo approximate MISSING of 27 His slill rain worn within next 12 HALE FOR May 2IJ. who op- Dm I- lift will vote for it. now in I lie K. church on Sunday evening nt an employe of tlie Safe He will speak on the was reported missing to the The Vaughn Company tennry movement and all are most j police by his lie left home on rendered surgical L. P. Pierce died a his Kast Friday at 1 of 8 months and Tie was born near Katon September 14, nml was sou iof Henry and Hannah He was u school teacher for thirty-six leu of he taught in lie was later a labor foreman at the Hamilton Machine ii disease and help Gardens and rs far than ON YOUR BUILDING PROVE AN INSPIRATION FOR SOMEONE TO ERECT ANOTHER NEARBY Tool He had lived in invited to attend this Thursday afternoon at 2 inr Announces Its 1 Vaughn company day announces a reorganization j CORPORAL THEOBALD HOME TROM SERVICE son of Mr. disappeared two years ago in a llis bereaved ils plans for the The new officers of Ihe company V. M. ilar manner anil located president and IX W. assistant and A. general Cullen Vaughn company takes over from the Render company the properly south of street lying between Fourth streets far south as the l 'A alter SHIRLEY'S Charles 712 Probation L. K. of Twelfth returned to Ihe borne the juvenile is on a two of his parents after to Indianapolis ami from Camp He was in charge of a away Frank S. desk j sergeant al. police will as probation I from discharged from LOUIS SCHWAB A MISSING James of and William piles of unsightly For Hunter For Suburban I has n in tune closed a dral with II tin for Iho Hunter farm on farm i ins larm is n I at located at two it is ami live ers and five to mourn his Tlie funeral will dike place tlie Monday at 10 n. m. Dr. plot it for suburban residence The ground is ideally located j and engineers will work War Veterans Order of United American Boy America Phillips P. Knights of St. John Clinton Sunders No. 10, I. 0. 0. F. Improved Order of Roil Men Daughters of America Ferd Van No. 4 Sons of Veterans Post No. G. A. R. and Sailors Ministers Second City and County Officers of Education Cemetery Board Citizens in Carriages Fire Department The parade will form nt p. m. on Market deploying resting oii Front The column will move promptly at two line of inarch will be as South on east on lorth east on north in cast on lo west on South on west of to Services at Attention Commander Invocation C. M. Brown General Orders Adjutant of Post Welcome to Commander Reading Lincoln's Gettysburg Address W. Smith Band and Si Children nnd Sergeants Brown will lie for sale to in Woodlawn 1'iinls will comprise from one to three i EUGENTE HUNTER'S Services Pust Services for Unknown Dead 's Relief Corps 5 Memorial Camp Spanish War Veterans I be old taken over by Mie Beckett I new mill is so there will he no interruption in The Paper company's holdings taken over from the Vaughn company lie between Lowell They were lo trap T nl OPERATION PERFORMED seek lo bo placed under American j called to btt OWENS under the pence j count of n serious operation Richard formed on of after n week's visit goes to Ruby who is named as TAX BOOKS The tax books for collection of property from the Bender company lo company was The transfer ot tlie tot a consideration of formerly of this The many friends of Mrs. wish her speedy recovery with Mrs. John nnd tlic hns returned to nt Taxes nro to be paid on or before June 20. CHAU IS TO 00 BACK TO Now May a dinner given in his honor last right Baron foreign announced Chan be to under 11 treaty made iii 1916 nnd is why no reference to the return of province woe m the
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