Palestine Daily Herald (Palestine, Tex), Vol. 18, No. 274, Ed. 1 Tuesday, May 4, 1920 Page: 3 of 8
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Today the Gem will present
gutive from Matrimony,” featuring PACIFIC COAST AVIATOR MAKING
Special Train. •.
(By Associated Press.)
! Dallas, Tex., May 4.—A special j
(By International News Service.) train will be made up here to carry |
Springfield* Hi., ' May 4.—Folks, j the Texas delegates .o the convention
AGED MAN PENNILESS; SUES
CHILDREN FOR SUPPORT
(By International News Service.)
Springfield, III., May 4.—William
against all erf his children, alleging
insufficient support. One son, he
claims, who has property. indeed at
$48,000. contributes but $8 a month to
his aged livelihood. The' total contri-
butions, he declares, amounts to W
meet ‘Willie” Gross, oi Russell conn-j of the Associated Advertising clubs, seventy-one years old. blind ~“_T T" ■
Ky. Although mu.. Willie is eight-let the World to be held at Indianap- sevemyen. , ly a iMMk. It I. M «<"■*» »
i._ .......... r.lie inno r. in in Plnn<< fnr assem- *ttid penm ess. . $ Hun nn Mr. R.iard raeihy protest® in
Warner, the distinguished ac-
f LANS FOR LONGEST TRANS-
Plans for assem
in Dallas are un-
Are soon over with if you let
rw '. .. Tj *
. us fit your feet with a pair of
Howard & Foster
W. L. Douglas
All style® and Leather*, Reason-
' W. B. Flanagan
Men's and Boys' Outfitter
«or Infants and Children
In Use For Over 30 Years
10 OTHER CHILL
TOHIC EVER GAVE
IS NOW OKLAHOMA MAN ENDORS-
ES SWAMP CHILL A NO FEVER
tor in a role similar to his stage suc-
I cesses. If you must be a woman-hater
and a njarriage-slacker you’d better j
make up your mind to be a hard-boil-
ed egg as far as your sympathies are itn ambition to be
concerned, else kid cupid will snag ^10 fl-v across the Pacific o^au, Ueu-J.^eiet with hiB^? feet and two mclies I
you and put the -liymemial shackles
(By International N< ws Service.)
Gan Francisco, Cai., May 4.—Fired
the first man j C®M real-
een years old,, he never saw a police- j.Oils June 0 to 10.
man, or rather a detective, until he hling the delegates
came to the great capital of Illinois. | ri-oi* way.
Arfd then bis first experience *Ith the ^ ^^ „ aM.|ln yoar old w
detective was not what you might fc-uow more wai savings stamps. j_ Because of the question he has fil-
a man to* raise a family of five chil-
dren?” Especially when they leave
you with a mere
live. on. Mr. Bnarp reeaiy
asking that hfs children be
3 J to donate $40 or
pittance for support ( __
$?>0 a month to him.
on you for life. Young Van Court-
landt tried to fly from matrimony,
but he stopped—and that is where
his foot slipped; but see this big com-
edy-drama at the Gem today. We will
also sbow the 13th episode of "Light-
ening Bryce,” our wonderful and thrill-
ing Western serial, ..featuring Anna
Little and Jack Hoxie.
Coming Thursday and Friday, ‘‘Blind
Husbands,” a wonderful seven-reel
super feature, a photo play which is
in a class by itself. You have never
seen anything like it. You are fair-
ly transported to the Tryolean Alps;
the acting so flawless that you refuse
to believe It is a photoplay. The splen-
did work of Erich von Stroheim as the
villain, bis clever make-up; Franceila
Billington as the neglected wife and
the genuine sympathy you will feel
for her. The doctor, Sam DeGrasse;
Sepp, the guide, all go to make this a
perfect picture, and even then yeu will
regret it* has ended.
tenant -Cha leg Edward K. Smith he was approached bv two pompous
world war hero, is making prepara- .appearing persona of the male sex.
tions here to attempt the flight. Lieu
tenant Smith’s borne is in Oakland.
“You're under arrest,” they told
Willie, who groaned In surprise as the
Entered in the England to Australia,! raen 1>acke<I llim lm° a (1°or- One
An entire circus was engaged for
the production of several of the im-
portant scenes in lElsie Janie’ first
Selznick picture, “A Regular Girl,”
'to the Best Theatre on
m - * j UHjight. The circus made its stand in
Mr Jiarve Smith of Haileyville, Ok , |a huge field close to Miss Janis' home
tried various chill tonics, hut found in Tarrytown, New York, relieving the
nothing that equalled Swamp Chill andjiamous comedienne of the necessity of
Fever n He says this famous traveling.
remedy never failed to cure his chills. “A Regular Girl” is one of the most
Thousands of others who once suf j spectacular productions that has grac-
fered from malaria, ague and similar jed the screen. In addition to the lease
ailments praise 8wamp Chill Tonic as j of the circus, an entL-e railroad equip-
strongly as Mr. Smith. For twenty rnent was chartered for the making of
years tt has been the one never-failing , a ‘ thrill” scene. The appearance of
remedy j Elsie Janis in 'A Regular Girl” marks
Swamp Chill Tonic acts quickly and! her first public appearance in two
surely. It seldom takes more than j years. %
Also tonight, Fox News and Chris
tie comedy. Special orchestra music.
Prices only 16 and 25 cents, war
tax included. >
three days to break up chills. And no
purgative has to be taken with it—the
papedicind itself acts gently and agree-
yfcbly upon the liver and bowels
There is. no calomel in Swamp CThU 1
-nothing but purely vegetable
sdients and iron It is tasteless
pleasant to take. Numerous phy-
sicians prescribe it regularly—they
know It is the best remedy there is
race, Lieutenant Smith was forced
out of that event because of inability
to obtain engine parts for the ma-
chine lie intended flying.
Hearing of the offer of Thomas
lnce of a $50,000 prize for the first
flight across the Pacific Smith im-
mediately . left England for his Oak-
land home. With the backing of the
London Aero Club, together with
request bf a number of well known
aviators, including Captain Donald-
son and Sir Arthur Brown, who'
flew across the Atlantic, for an ex-
tension of time which would allow
them to get their ships to this coast.
Smith called "on lnce. The motion
picture magnate would not grant a
time extension, despite the fact that
the Aero Club of America, the Pacific
Aero Club, the organization which
would be the official governing body
and others u«ed it.
Several other interests have since
made a combination offer as a prize
for the flight. With their assurances.!
Smith is laying his plans for the wing- i
ing of the ocean.
Although nothing definite has been
decided, the local aviator probably will j
use a hydroplane, simila ■ to the NC-4,
which made the trans-Atlantic flight'
Smith has hopes or joining Sir Arthur!
Brown, navigator for Captain Alcock,
who made the first non-stop flight
across the Atlantic in a Vickers.
In the world war the. local young
man has a unique record, having
displayed a tin shield like regular of-
ficers wear. The other hiked down
the street. While he was gone the
one with the star got confident to
“Aw, say,” he said, “I don’t like to
do this. I wouldn’t if—”
Well, Willie greased his palm with
a five-spot note and was free. But
when he got away he didn’t like it a
bit, so he decided to go down to the
jail and see what it was they had
against him. “Nothing.” they told
him. Then Willie explained lie had
never seen a detective before,. Now,
Willie Is mad all over and he and
the* police are looking for the “moon-
Will Be in for Days.
Engineer T. M. Byrnes is still ir
bed as a result of injuries received in
the rear-end collision near Grapeland
a few nights ago. The bones in one
of his feet are broken, and he has a
fractured rib or, two, and other bruis-
es. He got a hard jolt and a shaking
up that will keep him to his bed and |
room for some time.
ed suit in the. circuit court
Havp vo”. something you would like
Ito sell" Try a Classified Ad. The
Want Ads aje wonderful salesmen*
men ar.d women
"in the Room
Advertise I) in tlie Herald today.
_ _ _ _ t.j
AT fi H E STAR’ TH EATRE
THIS MEDICINE HAS CURED THOUSANDS
-IT MAY CURE YOU
Mr. L. P. England, a reliable citizen, and am well of the rheumatirm. I
of Spartanburg, S. C., makes the fol-lkeep Number 40 in the house ail the
lowing statement: (.‘About twelve years
ago I suffered writh a severe spell of
malaria and afterwards was much
troubed with rheumatism. I tried
time as I do nortwish to be without ft.”
Number 40 is demanded in blood
troubes from any cause, in chronic
Tthemnatisnv catarrh, constipation.
The Star Theatre will offer for the
delight of its patrons today “The Ap-
ple Tree Girl, featuring Miss Shirley
for malaria, ague, chills, fever1, colds, j Mason, and the picture is said to be
grippe, etc. j one that will fascinate al) who see
Dealers everywhere recommend and tt Also a good comedy will be shown,
sell Swamp Chill Tonic. The price Is Visit the Star and see the best in
60 cents. Try a bottle. [pictures.
-— -—- ! ( Aflt«mntirjrx •>
Foreign Trades Convention. Masonic Meeting
San Francisco. May 4.—Nearly every There will be a called meeting of
Pacific coast city will be visited this j Palestine Lodge No. 3UL, A. F. & A. M.,
summer by delegates of the national 1 held in their lodge roouj this evening
foreign trade convention here May 12-1 at 7:3® o’clock. Members are request-
15 Convention officials are to urge ed to be on hand. Visitors are wel-
risen from the ranks to the pinnacle
of suocess in the Royal Flying Corps.
At the conclusion of two hard years
of infantry service he went into the
air 'forces and then to France.
Fighting In Yprea sector, he attack-
ed two boche planes, Drought onel
down and in turn was attacked oy six. 1For The advertised and pur- ed to heal. Made by J. C. Mendenhall,
Outnumbered, he fought on, only to be . chased a bottle, ana found so much re- Evansville, Jnd., 40 years a druggist,
shot down, with 181 bullets in his'"" “ill ' ~ "‘’J B fii
many remedies recommended for rheu- j stomach and Jiver troubles. Under its
matism but failed to get relief amount-j use, ecaema aqd-skin diseases disap-
ing to atfythhlng. - I saw*Number 40 pear, sores, ulcers and boils are caus-
the delegates from eastern states, Eu-
rope. Asia and South America to stop
at Los Angeles, Portland, San Diego,
Seuttle, Tacoma and other points be-
fore they return to their homes. Spe-
cial convention exhibits will be main-1
tained this summer by commercial or-1
gaaizations of Los Angeles and Seattle
showing the products of South Amer-
ica. Australia and the far east.
H. M.McMahan, W. M.
Get the thrirt hatnt and buy war
tarings stamps with the luterest of
pour Liberty Loads
Your Job Printing Business
if We Can t Please You
Don’t Come Again
ship and a number in his limbs. He
was awarded the military cross, which
is the equivalent of the American D.
S. C., and was ^hen made an instruc-
lief that l have taken several tvottles-
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Sold by Bratton Drug Co.
FATHER FINDS HIS SON
AFTEk 12-YEAR SEARCH
' (By International News Service.)
Olean, N. Y., May 4.—Parted from
his only son twelve years ago. Thomas
F. Sullivan, of Brooklyn, hag reached
the end of a seven years,, search for
Thomas F. Sullivan. Jr. There was
a reunion in Westline, Pa., across the
state line from Olean. The son. nine-
teen years old, is a chemical wood
Mr. Sullivan said he placed his boy,
seven years old, in a hoys’ Institution
near New York before a journey to
South America. Whei he desired to
find his son, the trail led around h(ew
I Jersey, and in Wellsville, Olean, An-
dover, Bradford and other places.
Old Newspapers for Sale.
Can be had in any quantity at the
■ Ierald office. tf.
Swift & Company
Does Not Control Its
Other industries can buy their raw
materials according to need or judgment,
and set a selling price. They need
manufacture only what they can sell at
Cotton, wool, wheat, lumber, iron,
steel, and other non-perishables, can be
held either by their producers or then-
users until needed.
But live stock comes to market every
day in fluctuating quantities from scat-
tered sources, wholly uncontrolled and
at times without regard to market needs.
An immediate outlet must be found
for the perishable products, at whatever
price, as only a very small proportion
can be stored. - % * 1
No one can foresee or stipulate what
they bring; prices must fluctuate
from day to day to insure keeping the
Only the most exacting care of every
detail of distribution enables
Swift & Company to make the small
profit from all sources of a fraction of a
cent per pound, necessary for it to con-
tinue to obtain capital and maintain
Swift & Company, U. S. A.
Palestine Local Branch. 104 Houston St.
O. R- Williams, Manager
AT THE BEST THEARE
TODAY AND TOMORROW
Our Muaic fits the Picture
H. B, Warner
“A Fugitive From
The creator of “Alias Jimmy Valentine" in a society crama full of
action and thrills. A vain effort to escape the clutches of Dan Cupid
and a clever exposition of the reason why women marry.
ANNA LITTLE AND JACK HOXIE IN
13th Episode of this big thrilling Western Serial
Pricea only 11c and 22c, War Tax include*
Tomorrow: Will Rogers in “Water, Water Everywhere.” Goldwyn
feature. Also “They Are Off,” Goldwyn comeay
Coming Thursday, Friday: “Blind Husbands,” a big seven-reel Jewel
gepdoctk>n; unique, classic, perfect; rarely has a picture oeen so uni-
f endorsed by trade, daily presg and individuals alixe. It’s the
The BEST Theatre
TODAY, MAY 4TH, AND WEDNESDAY
€LSIE JAM I
“A REGULAR GIRL”
By Frances Marion and Edmund Goulding
Directed by James Young
Riding bareback, leaping from the Crapeze, clowning the
clowns, and keeping ’em smiling is all a part of Elizabeth’s
scheme in the fastest, merriest romance the screen has
Miss Janis’ first appearance in two years. A festival of
Fox News - Christie Comedy
SPECIAL ORCHESTRA MUSIC
Prices only 15 and 25 cents, War Tax Included
Continuous From 1 p. m. to 11 p. m.
AND OUTING CHESTER
Tomorrow: “The Bli^e Pearl”
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Hamilton, W. M. & Hamilton, H. V. Palestine Daily Herald (Palestine, Tex), Vol. 18, No. 274, Ed. 1 Tuesday, May 4, 1920, newspaper, May 4, 1920; Palestine, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth1014517/m1/3/?q=yaqui: accessed February 20, 2020), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Palestine Public Library.