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Ironwood News Record (Newspaper) - May 31, 1919, Ironwood, Michigan Iron Wood news record volume 34 number 13 Ironwood go Gebic county Michigan saturday May is 1919 in Advance j v by Jinnan makes great memorial talk former superintendent of schools urges deportation of i w w women and heroes if bolshevism and anarchy Are to run rampant Over the Earth then will the heroes of the great War have died in vain then will the significance of memorial Day be lost in obscurity and this was the sentiment expressed by j v Brennan of Detroit formerly superintendent of schools Here in his address at the memorial Day exercises however the spirit of the heroic dead working through the living will keep the world and America free from the Scourge that threatens to annihilate with the cleansing of Europe with the establishment of representative government bolshevism will or Brennan urged firm measures to Deport agitators and radicals that an extensive education be Given our people on the privileges and rights of the democracy and that the govern place in directing the affairs of the world in this new world building our own nation is taking a conspicuous and worthy declared the speaker she above All others Best understands the meaning of Liberty there can be no turning Back the modern world is so intimately linked together in time and space in thought and action in Industry and interest in ties which we ourselves helped to intertwine that isolation is no longer possible civilization must stand or fall together what affects one nation t must affect All nations this does not mean a submerging of our National individuality it Means rather the strengthening of our National ideals the quickening of our National life the broadening of our National spirit it Means that Amer Ica in order to promote her ideals and common thought and lofty purpose of i this gathering As i look about me How familiar the scenes these Hills just bursting into Bloom this rugged country teem ing with Industrial life this very spot on which we stand these of whom i know and whose kindly generous Friendship i covet bring most vividly to my mind the Many times on previous Occa Sions when we gathered together on this Day of memories to pay grateful tribute to the patriotic dead to pledge again to them our Faith in the nation which they helped to construct to resolve anew that the principles for which they lived and died shall be fostered and perpetuated it is now five years since we met and place a Wreath of Flowers upon each soldiers grave measured by the years it seems but yesterday measured by lifes events it seems like a glimpse into some Distant past since that time five years ago How the Day has lengthened out How its lights have heightened its shadows deepened what nations have risen what nations have crumbled into nameless ruin what millions have answered the last Roll Call and now lie sleeping away the years in Homeland and in far land among people with whom they made the common Fellows that they sleeping until the great morn shall break again pays tribute to dead Many who were Here that Day now Bear the scars of Battle others have marched their last out into wars red Battle Seal with their lives their Devotion to country William Hooper Fine Type of manhood that he was one to whom Lod gave the gracious gift of song one for whom the years held much of Promise now sleeps in a Distant land Tarold Spargo Einar Skud Joseph Morrison Nicholas Goyins George Plaistow and others whom i do not now recall have had written Over maintain her integrity must take her place in the Council of the family of the speaker in his remarks paid glowing tributes to heroes of 61 98 1718 judge Buck and the women who served in the great War or Brennan speech in full is As follows or president members of the grand army of the Republic men of the Spanish american War soldiers of the great War members of the woman Relief corps and friends this is indeed a Day of cherished memories not since the beginning of time have events so fraught with memories crowded in upon us As they do today the presence of the sol Diers of three wars the hush of the occasion the serious sober Ness of mind All speak in languages More forceful than any word of mine the against their names the most heroic Story which a nation May record killed in died that men might live the list of those who in training Camp or Hospital made the supreme sacrifice is of heroic length i would name them All if i those boys of now whose cherished memory shall always serve Asa Blessing and an inspiration one name from that list comes to me Attis moment and in naming him i typify the heroic spirit of the others Robbie Barr kindly mis Chievous heroic lad i see him now a Carefree boy racing with his dog to school yet almost in the twinkling of an Eye marching off to share in the fortunes of War spirit of american ism Type of race which is destined to endure 1 misses judge Buck and the multitudes of others from for genuine satisfaction in bread and cake making use decoys Best flour milled from the finest Northern grown hard wheat every sack guaranteed both by the Mill and ourselves front goods living civil War the above picture was taken shortly after the Parade on july 4 1918 d e Sutherland mayor at that time was invited by the veterans to take a place in the picture to or Sutherland right is w l Pierce who is at present in Florida and to the former mayors left is the late judge Curtis Buck e m Monroe is standing next to judge Buck while to the right is James Monroe a brother Outlook encouraging in steel business Lang Are being extended and some advances appear in list of prices there has been no Radical change n conditions in the steel Trade sen Ament continues to improve and the one Factor which is attracting More than usual attention is the interest shown by Consumers in the Market during the last week says a new York correspondent if anything buyers have been More frequently in Quiring for products and although the tonnages involved in these in quiries have been moderate the a regate involved is Large steel men continue to be encouraged Over the Outlook and think the pres ent indications Are that the situation will work out satisfactorily within the next few months they feel that the uncertainties which existed up to a few weeks ago have been definitely removed and that no obstacles re main to hinder the Progress which has started toward a Normal Supply an demand Market the railroads of the country have deteriorated materially in the last two or three years so far As their equipment is concerned and it is Felt that sooner or later they will be compelled to become Active buyers of steel products it is pointed out that the country cannot Progress far with out adequate transportation facilities and it is maintained that the roads of the United states must be kept in Good condition if the country is to enjoy the future Prosperity and Progress which has been forecast by so Many authorities steel plants continue extensions that the steel companies Are now prepared to carry out their plans of Extension which were interrupted by the signing of the armistice is indicated by the statement made by Char Els m Schwab at Baltimore that the Bethlehem steel corporation is to carry out its proposition of spending from to to make its Sparrow Point Plant As com plete As possible reports have been in circulation of a merger of Independent steel companies and among others have been mentioned the Youngstown Sheet tube the Lackawanna steel co and the Midvale steel ordnance co such a combination was discussed several years ago and at one time it appeared that there was every probability of the Deal going through however some opposition developed which caused the plan to be abandoned at that time the opinion in the Trade is that there is no likelihood of an Early Combine under present circumstances in the Industry Export inquiries increase some Good Export inquiries have come into the steel Market no Large tonnages Are wanted but Many Small amounts Are being sought for quota Jons and deliveries it is understood hat bids were submitted during the ast week by some rainmakers on an inquiry from Japan for tons of steel rails Japan has been one of the Best for eign customers of Domestic steelmakers since the signing of the armistice it is estimated by interests who keep in close touch with japans activities that approximately tons of steel rails alone have been shipped to that country by Domestic makers since the signing of the armistice there has been quite a lot of con tract buying during the last week in steel products especially in bars for delivery Over the third Quarter of this year this buying while not unusually Large is impressive especially from manufacturers with seasonable Trade lines these Consumers have been willing to place their orders for shipment almost up to the end of the year and the demand has been augmented by other purchases w h Volk a Pabst Street who has been a bed Sutherland Street one of the Pio Ridden invalid for nearly two years Neer settlers of the go Gebic Range free water and free air at the Universal Auto co garage on Lowell Street this place who did their bit on land and on sea at Home and abroad in Camp and in Trench wherever duty called them More fortunate in wars strange game of life and death but none the less anxious and willing to do their staunch upstanding americans of those who were present on that Day five years ago one above All others is missing from his accustomed place chief and Leader of us All he who beyond All others made this Day one of sacred memories to the people of this rugged country he for your flashlights batteries Etc use Only for Sale at the City drug store opposite the City Hall Mcleod whose Lifework it was to build from this great diversified old world Stock a solid american citizenship he who for thirty years was never missing from his accustomed place at the head of this column he whose name is so closely linked with memo rial Day As to make the two synonymous judge kindly warmhearted generous upstanding american that he was character builder citizenship builder teacher of a people champon of an Ideal now lies sleeping away the almost within the sound of my voice the reach of my Eye the touch of my hand into no other hands must now be entrusted the keeping of this Day sleep on Brave spirit your work shall not be neglected rest in Security and peace safely nestled in the bosom of the land which you loved the peole whom you served the work which you did in the Days of your strength is in Safe keeping the generations to whom you taught the Les sons of civic righteousness As you told them the Story of Lincoln and Washington have Learned their Les sons Well they have caught the Spir it of your message and will pre serve it immortal How vividly does it come Back to us now How you went about on the Natal Days of Lincoln and Washington on All the nations Days year in and year out telling the Chil Dren the Story of these men explain ing to them the purpose of this nation Little did we dream the test that was so soon to come Little did we realize that the fires of War were even then being War which was to test the product of your teach ing to the uttermost sleep on Brave your Mem Ory is secure on each recurring memorial Day kind hands will strew your grave with Flowers and will Plant above it the Emblem of our country sleep on Brave Comrade soothed by the memory that i your declining years your eyes were privileged to behold Ere yet they closed in their last sleep the full fruits of your la Bor were privileged to see the valor with which the new generation met the supreme test of men How splendidly they measured up to the stand Ard of american ideals and american j aspirations rest in Security and peace until the scroll of the world shall be rolled up until the toll of the years shall be made final until the night shall pass and until All that is mortal shall put on immortality significance of memorial Day memorial Day always significant this year takes on a new and larger meaning the great War has been fought and won the strife the uncertainty the a Griness of Battle is dying away and Calm peace is settling Over the land the fitful lurid Glare of baneful rocket and bursting Shell is giving Way to the steady glow of victorious peace the Joy of j Victory the exultation at the soldiers Safe return is upon us to ecstacy but in this flood of Happi Ness one current color it is the one bears a somber which touches the Shoreland of Many a Home and has borne out to see the lives of the Mil Lions who will not millions whose memory we this Day cherish yet however enlarged or change the meaning of this Day May become we must not forget that the Central figure while yet he is with us is the old Soldier the Veteran of 61 he it was who called this Day into being nor will we begrudge him this Honor out of the Bounty of this Day there is enough and to spare for All to share the nations glory members of the grand army of the Republic venerable men this is your Day on this Day you will go Back in spirit to the Days of 61 when you like the younger soldiers which you see about continued on sixth Page Thos Mcrae chosen chief of police Force new summer millinery Beautiful creations in White and Light hats in pastel and Side Crown of narrow ribbon Dressy hats of new chief and six policemen selected by the fire and police commission the official head of the police department lopped into the waste Baske this week As was predicted by our esteemed contemporary several weeks ago Thomas Mcrae who for several years previous to his entry into Mili tary service was a member of the police Force was chosen the new chief of police for the City for the coming year to succeed Swan Hult the present incumbent eleven policemen have been Selec Ted for the City the fire and police commission adding two additional police to patrol the residence District of the City the patrolmen who will Don their Blue uniforms for the first time on june 1 Are Kazimer Leonard Thom As Mills Day Barren Erick Kerkela John Ebli and Alex Johnson Harry Barnes who was a member of the police Force a year ago has been reappointed to the department other old members remaining Are John Mcmanman Louis Chamberlain Frank Nadolney and Ernest Thomas the Las named officer has been appointed to his regular Job As motor Cycle police and will patrol the streets of the City for violators of the motor 11 vehicle ordinance hair braid with tuscan dashes trimmed in fruit and ribbon and Many other Beautiful creations in transparent Georgette mohair Tuscany and leghorn sport hats in delicate shades this department More attractive than Ever new skirts new wraps new suits new dresses Many Are samples at attractive prices Davis Fehr

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