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Hamilton Evening Journal (Newspaper) - May 23, 1919, Hamilton, Ohio covctat a JOURNAL VOL. 132 FRIDAY, MAY 2 3, 1 9 i 9 BY UAH mint, CKVIM A WKBK PHIOB, TWO CUNTS. WEATHER PARTLY CLOUDY; SHOW- ERS TONIGHT AND 18 PAGES TODAY Will Otr Kindly TiD Their uid Ntiflborp Can AD riRST In GERMANY TOLD THAT SHE MUST SUFFER T Beckett Paper Go. Takes Cullen Vaughn Property THE FARMERS ARE ORGANIZED Opportunity For Ex- pansion As future i Needs Demand As ParUKhamber! The WILL HONOR THE SALVATION ARMY of Commerce Philadelphia, I'a., .May fl i ,L I Iribute to Ilie Salvation Army a] Dcckeli i-oniDanv' j ed at the Hag island shipyard td- morrow will be christened the "Sal-, vntion Lass." Adjutant Mrs. Beat-! Her Own Behavior Has Brought To Her The Punishment The Allied Nations Have Decreed Shall Be Hers-Plea For Leniency Is Turned Down Cullen Vaughn Co. to CHAS. HEIISMAN ContinuelumberYard And Mill South of Is Elected T Execiifcive Committee v J Is Named. Paris, .May '13. Germany'.s" economic status under the terms of (ho peace treaty is the rice of ?vrew York, who result of Imr own behavior, particn- spent IS months overseas with the Americnn epcdilionary forces as a represenljilive of Ihe. Salvation Army, will be the sponser. Tlie 'laimcihiiuj will he one of the features of flic Salvation Army home prominent workers for Ihe fund are expeclej lo attend. The orL'aniKation an agricultural department in the llninillnn chamber! ul' commerce wns perfected last P'lsl Iwenty-tliree years. Announces Its Plans. 1 The' ('nllen Vaughn company day announces a reorganization j CORPORAL THEOBALD HOME TROM SERVICE Tlieolnild, son of Mr. and; disappeared two years ago in a sim-i llis bereaved widow, M'rs. ils plans for the future. The new officers of Ihe company lire: V. M. ilar manner anil located i." Ten- nessee. Snyrc, president and treasurer; IX W. Wri.'.'bt, assistant Ireasnrer, and A. llorincherger, general 'I'he Cullen Vaughn company takes over from the Render company the properly south of Dayion street lying between Fourth .inrt streets 'as far south as the l 'A alter foundry. SHIRLEY'S VACATION. Charles Tlieobald, 712 South; Probation Ollicer L. K. .Shirley, of Twelfth street, returned to Ihe borne the juvenile court, is on a two weeks' of his parents Friday, after being; vncnlion to Indianapolis ami vicinity. ford, HI. from Camp ffranl, Hock-1 He was in charge of a ity. away Frank S. IJroivn, desk j sergeant al. police headquarters, will Kiflnl "r sfllllio''s wllt) WPTO nls" (act as probation ofiicer. I diseharL'cd from service. discharged from service. LOUIS SCHWAB "NEAII DEATH. A MISSING CHILD. ,M< ,lf Sliideler; lu'o sons, James ie, of 'Del roil, .Mich., and William piles of unsightly rubbish. DEALCWSED For Hunter Farm-Plotted For Suburban Homes. ('apt, -I. I (nrfonrt, wlio has n in Ih'iinillm) t'or KOJUO tune lu.br.' closed a dral with II tin tin1 Mil- ler, for Iho I'oladon ,1. Hunter farm on (ho Ml. .of Syimmis City. pJke, jusj, .s 'i'his farm hyinmes i ins larm is Henry, Sln.leler, n I eaelier at Miami, am) .'.Umelivclv located at Oxford; ntsr, two it is Clnill nroiliers ami live l., ers and five sisters, to mourn his loss. Tlie funeral will dike place a! tlie linuse Monday at 10 n. m. Dr. Cfmrlesi plot it for suburban residence pur- poses. The ground is ideally located j and engineers will work Mon- Cirnhb's-Bugley C'aiup, Gpauish War Veterans .lunior Order of United American Jtcchahica Boy Scouts'of America Phillips Co., K.jbt P. Knights of St. John Clinton Sunders No. 10, I. 0. 0. F. Improved Order of Roil Men Daughters of America Ferd Van Dervccr Cnmp, No. 4 Sons of Veterans Wctzcl-Compton Post No. !1Q, G. A. R. tix-Holdier.s and Sailors Ministers Second Division. City and County Officers lioard of Education Cemetery Board Citizens in Carriages Fire Department The parade will form nt p. m. on Market street, deploying east, riglit resting oii Front strec-t. The column will move promptly at two o'clock. Tin- line of inarch will be as fol- lows: South on Front, east on Hufh, lorth Third, east on Dayton, north in Tenth, cast on lo eeme- lery. west on Hentonj South on Seventh, west of FTisjh to :he monuincnt. Services at Comcteiy. Attention Commander Invocation .......Hev. C. M. Brown General Orders Adjutant of Post P.ost's Welcome to Friends...... Commander Reading Lincoln's Gettysburg Address .............N. W. Smith Singiiiir, "America" Band and Assembly- Si Flowers............... Children nnd Sergeants Mnthew Brown will offieiate. lie trncls for sale to itidivid- in Woodlawn cemelery town. 1'iinls will comprise from one to three Middle- i acres. EUGENTE HUNTER'S WILL. Alouiorijil Services Pust Services for Unknown Dead .....Wonmn 's Relief Corps ,Vo. 5 Memorial ..-Qrubbs-Basiey Camp Spanish War Veterans Benediction. i'i I be old bnildinnr, taken over by Mie Beckett I'nper ennipnny, nnlil lltn I new mill is completed, so there will he no interruption in business. The Beckett.' Paper company's holdings taken over from the Cullrn Vaughn company lie between Fourth, Fifth, Dnyfon n'ml Lowell icir vegetable' They were ndvised lo trap T nl fllc ostrttR OPERATION PERFORMED seek lo bo placed under American j Wns called to Champaign, btt He? SENATOR, OWENS RETURNS, proteelion under the pence treaty. j count of n serious operation -per-1 Richard T, Owens. stnln formed on .'her dniigbter, M.rs. Harry, srimtor of Idaho, after n week's visit goes to Ruby fllnk-e Hunter, ttie widow, who is nlso named as executrix. TAX BOOKS READY. The tax books for the. collection of streets. property from the Bender company lo Cnllen Vnnqhn company was The transfer ot tlie tot a consideration of Cnsml, formerly of this city. The many friends of Mrs. Casnd wish her speedy recovery with Mrs. John nnd tlic tnxcs wcrc hns returned to 'hia -homo nt Mnln'd,
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