B. ii. ROBERTS SCORES! LEAGUE OPFGIEIISj Former l"45th Chaplain As-! serts Even Senators Cannot Can-not Mislead People. Borah's Chief Objection Is Characterized as "Simply ! Untrue." j - f (t. !!! ..!' Hi" i.-.-ui;- of natiniis. OV.-!i I ! 1 1 1 I '.; i i 1 1 e e .i i ei.' r Heir j-nwivr i i i ! Iiillii'-n.-- iis rnih-.l Kl:i1-rf senators. v, iil 1m- nn.-ihiV l.i in I tin- .,:.; into ; i i l ; i i ; u l i 1 1 1 lnwunl Hit: proposal unless ;i.l,:llee IV piitt-nl and per 1 1 I I'M 1 1 it i -.iiNH i.:.-, i h:ni !!!.- have nso.l i lius :ar. KM.T I'.ri-O'jtiii II. :tji),-rts of ih.j Jtrsl i-o.jM.-il .l v "lily and ionurrly chaplain if ii-- 1 I.MIt hrl.l iii-Ull.M-y Mat ril ;U the ei vi.-, n in i !n- talx-riiifl- yestorl:iy I'!. 'Mm in,. Tin riie" (MM-'rlioil ;iiiv;illiril lc. Senator l-',i,i';.!i, whose nam' was not in. ai H'i l.v Mr. Uoli.-rts, iml Who was i i ' 1 1 1 r ' ' ' ' i Ii. as .' j i : ! Pi!' I'n.in a iioilM-l.ia iioilM-l.ia hm stale, was ch;u a'-lcri'W as "siiii- ' 'M;mv oi.i'-'-iioi.s i.a l-eeii a.ivancnl p.. tli,. r:i.,'in- of nations roveiiant ami iMt!i-- lias r-"( I hy senators thai ii ill i- ,1. p-a;.-.l in its' presenL torni. Mr. I mi ; ;. said, in siil'siamv. ".n nf tl.rs,- ol.if.- s is has..-,! upon Washing Wash-ing .m'.-, winiiih ; i u . i i 1 1 t. I'Htropean uii-lan-l.'iin-nis. That, was L-ood iidvln- hi the day nl the !'-rM presUenl of the n 'P'l 1 il 1 1 '. but . thrll Alll.T!. ;L . I S ,Solat".l iUid LPc A t - l,i ii i je .(-. i ii pi cs.-nti'd a n oi'sLaele P I i'a 'd that nii'a n t some t hint;'. 1 jieso I rar lv-dav e-.nditions have", disappeared. ;i ti . j we are - sr r.-laifd to other nations! and eonei-rued with woi'iil pnheies thai U P.'.'omes an absolute demand thai we aul in dispensing universal iuslhe and nnr-anleeinu nnr-anleeinu fi -.-d. tm for all peoples. These o'h in -tors do not assert, as Washington did, that our det;n lied position enables us (o pursue ;t different euurse. Objection Nonsense. "It is said that if we enter the league we will he required to surrender our sovereign 1 Ti ie ohjeetors should be inure speeHte. 1 1' i he league called for the rompiete .sun eud'-r if the sovereignty ot t lie I'm led St a Us n-'iie ol" us would he in fa or of it. If t hey mean we will sai-render only a little of our sovereignty, t hex would ha 'e us maintain iiu-pr;edieai iiu-pr;edieai t.tah-. "In the -world today (here can be no absolutely sovereign nation. Such a na-tion na-tion would have o live entirely to itself and independent of the laws of tuitions. With every 1 1 eaty the Knilod r States makes, something of suereigntv is sur-rendered. sur-rendered. "11 is sheer nonsci.se to talk uf objecting object-ing to a league of nations because it requires re-quires a surrender of sovereignty. As I'resident Wilson said, u is inconceivable to form a leauue of nations to prevent war and to prote.-t. the weak without each nation ejvinu' up something. The indi- id ua 1 si a tes surrendered many rights when they entered the union, but the ua ins far outweighed these eon cessions. "When the objectors ted us that the league of nations will mean breaking the Abmrne doetriue. I marvel at such .a slatement. The opponents ,,f UM league are trvim; to frighten us with the statement state-ment thai this poiiey will be jeopardised. ') be f.o 1 is that it will lift, the Monroe doei ri ue In world - w ide application. Says Borah Is Wrong. "A sena. tor from u neighboring state uryes that we a''e to perform the stupendous stu-pendous tasks he fore the allies under the alien eov-'.'muental system of Kurope, and n m astounded t ha i he makes t he as-sertion. as-sertion. it is simply untrue. We arc to d . this work under democratic and ehatmed svstems. If opposition to tlie league is based upon objections such as these, it will be impossible for men, senators sena-tors ihouuh thev be, to mislead the people." peo-ple." Mr. Roberts showed that Christian teachings and spirit would estn blish the free. lorn of all men and inculcate a per- sonal responsibi!it' for tiiat freedom.1 Sin-h an acr'oimtalMlit' can be established only among people who are tree, he said. The peonies of democracy have made wonderful progress since the founding: of the lulled States, and freedom had' spread until the only dark spots were the eeutral powers. Mr. Roberts asscted. We' may !e sure thai the great statesmen ; assembled at t'ars are planning treedom' for alt nat ions in their mighty task of j frnmiuL: a eons' it u t ion of the world, based on freedom and justice-, he stated. Charles W. l'emose o'' the first presidency presi-dency was in charue of the services.