The Canadian Record (Canadian, Tex.), Vol. 28, No. 33, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 19, 1921 Page: 2 of 8
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DELIVERED MAY 15
Song "Holy, Holy, Holy"
Invocation Rev. W. L. Swinney
"Awake Thou That Sleepest" Stainer
Scripture Rev. E. D. Morgan
"List the Cherubic Host" Gaul
Sermon Rev. Roy Rutherford
"Hark, Hark, My Soul" Shelley
Benediction Rev. W. H. Terry
HELD MAY 20
Invocation Rev. E. D. Morgan
'Morning Invitation" Veazie
Salutatory ____ Margaret Parsell
-Starlight Love" Denni
Valedictory Hazel Wiggins
"Moonlight and Music" Pinsuti
Address Hon. E. J. Pickens
Presentation of Diplomas Superintendent
Benediction Rev. W. H. Terry
WILL MEET IN CHATTANOOGA
Many Matters Related to Future Work
Will Come Up for Consideration
at the Annual Convention
May 12 to 18.
DR. E. Y. MULLINS
President Southern Baptist Theologi-
Ml 8emlnary, Who is' Touring South.
Following the close tif the second
JTear of the Baptist 75 Million Cam-
paign April 30. several thousand mes-
sengers from the local churches are
Expected to assemble at Chattanooga,
ftenn., for the seventy-sixth annual
Session of the, Southern Baptist .Con-
tention. The Convention met in
Chattanooga last in May. 1906, and
taring the Interim there has been a
barked growth in every department
@f the Convention's activities and in
the numbers and work of the local
Churches as well. The total number of
baptists reported to the Convention in
INTO was 1,865,784, while last May,
fourteen years later, when the body
■let In Washington, the total member-
Ship of the local churches as reported
Was 2.961,348, or a gain of 1.106.664.
The returns for this year are not yet
available, but Inasmuch as It Ik known
there were practically 175,000 addi-
tions to the local churches last year
by baptism alone, thpre is every rea-
son to believe the showing for 1921
Will be even larger.
Growth Shown in All I ines.
At the same time there has been a
marked increase in the membership
Of the churches, there has been a dis-
tinct advance in all departments of
local and denominational work, it ts
Set out. The total number of local
Churches lias grown from 20.129 In
1S06 to 25.303 i:i 1920; the total num-
ber of Sunday Schools from 11,332 to
37,686; and the number of Sunday
School pupils from 857,244 to 1,836,-
•36. an increase of more than 100 per
(Dent The value pf local church prop-
erty lias mounted from 4.t>U1.122 in
1906 to $74,273,728 in l!i20, an increase
of more than IfiOO per cent- while con-
tributions to missions and benevo-
lences in 190<5 were $1,501,396.67. as
compared to $7,!.!! -'tifi '>.r> in 1921). an
advance of practically 500 per cent.
Fourteen years ago the contributions
to all purposes in a year were $5,941,-
283.44, as against $21,327,HP.67 for
Next Meeting Important.
The approaching session of the
Convention is regarded as vitally im
portant to the future of the denomina-
tion's. work. It is hoped that bv the
Convention two-fifths .if all subscrip-
tions to. the 75 Million Campaign will
have been paid in cash and that the
program for the completion of _ the
remainder of the campaign task can
be formulated at this , time Dr. J B.
Oambrell. president of the Convention,
and Dr. E. Y. Mullins. who recently
completed a tour of Europe, where
they carried fraternal greetings to the
Baptists of that continent, will give
their impressions of Baptist opportu-
nity In that country, while Dr. George
W. Tnnet and l)r. J. F. Ijove, who rep-
resented the Foreign Mission Board
at the London Conference last sum-
mer when the mission fields of Europe
were considered, will tell of the new
territory of Spain, Jugo-Slavia. Hun-
gary, Rouraanla and Southern Russia,
which Southern Baptists are asked to
occupy. This territory is as large as
the Southern States and has a popu-
lation of 128,000,000.
All the 'boards of the Convention
will report the largest year's accom-
plishments in their history, the Home
Mission Board being scheduled bo re-
port the completion of its million dol-
lar loan fund for church building, in
addition to the aiding of a thousand
churches during the year with gifts
and loans for the erection of new
houses of worship. The Sunday School
Board frill report more than $1,000,000
in sales for the year and with collec-
tions as well si sales better than at
any previous time in Its history.
REUTERDAHL AT WORK
Lieut. Com. Henry Reuterdahl plac-
ing the finishing touches on his panel,
"We Are Ready Now," which was re-
cently unveiled In the Missouri state
capitol at Jefferson City.
EXCELLENT RAINY-DAY DEVICE
cover.v at the weekly meeting or the
Mathematics club, and Instructor Ar-
thur land, a I'lii Delta Kappa man
at Dartmouth. cOtibf find no error in
Rogers' method simply and briefly
outlined as follows: Starting with
any arc. draw a chord. Using the
chord as a diameter, describe a semi
circle. Using half the chord as a
raditis, describe arcs from each end.
cutting the semicircle into three equal
parts. From the center of the circle
of which the original arc is a sec
tor, draw lines cutting the three trl-
sectors of the second are and the
original arc is trisected. The whole
theorem Is based on "dlamlc sym-
metry," a comparatively recent discov-
ery regarding arcs and angles.
WARN OF VIENNA "WIDOWS'
A unique ami-splash motor apijuaiice which was icsicil in i'ar.s ivcentlj
It is designed for use on rainy days to protect the public from being splashed
SAY "JUSTICE AIN'T BUND"
"Buffalo Ike's" Sportive Dispensation
Of Some $75,000, Gets Six Hobos
Into Trouble—Barkeeper Finds
"Old Hickory's" Eyes Crossed.
Chicago.—"Shoestring" Doyle and
his Ave companions heaved a thank-
ful sigh as they gazed at the patched
moonlight on the floor of the county
For "Shoestring" and his mates
only had 30 days to think of instead
of Ave years—thanks to the Ineffable
hospitality of one "Buffalo Ike" and
his sportive dispensation of some $75,-
One morning recently "Shoestring"
and his Ave partners, "Slim" Roach,
"Blackie" Steps, "Spuds" Miller,
"Dude" Smith, and "Texas" Ducrost,
climbed wearily from the rods of a
box car in one of lower Chicago's nu-
merous freight yards.
Start Out to "Do the Town."
It wasn't warm that day, and Shoe-
string's shoes leaked as they plodded
townward. Tht^^Meaded for the Ho-
bo collegc for a Teed. Then they got
to Madison and Halst.ed. .
"You see," they chorused later to
Judge Lnndis, "we were standin'
there givin' the town th' high sign and
wishin' for a drink, w'en a feller
comes along an' bumps into us.
" 'Hello, Jack,' he sez to me. 'Want
"Now, honestly, Judge, them's no
words to say to me on a cold day—
ain't I right?
I What did I say? I said. 'Sure—
where is it?'
"Then what do you t'ink dat feller
did? He pulled out. t\Vo double hand-
fuls of bills outa his pockets and he
says: 'Wheel Looka me! I'm Buf-
falo Ike of Leadville. Colorado! I'm
a wild wolf, an' I'm' a-howlln'.!' An'
den he gives a handful of dem bills
to me and my podners. They Was $50
"Now dls feller was lit up some and
us folks figgered it was time to beaf
it after we got th' jack, 'cause;he
mighta wanted it back. D'ya get me,
"Well," Shoestring continued, "•we
ducked aroun' th' block and when we
seen he wasn't comin' we headed jfor
a dump dat sells booze. In we went
an' up to th' bar.
"We asked for booze and we got it.
It had an awful kick—fer th* next
thing I knew th' cops was shakin' me
But. to interpolate: •
"Shoestring" gaye the, ' bartender
one of the $50 bills. Shoestring's Ap-
pearance was far from prosperous—
the bartender looked carefully at the
"Old Hickory's" Eyes Crossed.
And behold—the face of Andrew
("Old Hickory") Jackson which
looked back at him wasn't nptura).
"Old Hickory" had cross eyes. .The
bartender phoned Capt. Thomas. I.
Porter of the secret service, who
Shoestring and his companions went
to Jail—the bills were counterfeit
"We ain't counterfeiters. Judge,"
the '"Shoestring" appealed. "W
didn't know the Jack was queer.
We're Just the fall guys for 'Buffal*
Ike,' dat's all. He give us dat Jack—1
an' now we've got to stand th' stretch
for It. It ain't fair. Is It, Judge?"
"W-e-l-1." drawled the Judge, "I'll
be easy on you fellows. Thirty days
Out In the hallway the quintet
grinned at each other:
"Ain't that a right guy?" Jubilated
"Shoestring." "There he mighta giv-
en us a fiver apiece and he hands out
Just 30 days. Ain't he th' best dog'
gone Judge In th' judiciary? I'll tell
th' world he is."
"Justice ain't blind. Is it?" one was
heard to say.
Good driving demands the attentioi
of three senses: sight, hearing and
touch. That is the reason concentra-
tion Is so necessary.
YOUTH TRISECTS ARC
18-Year-0ld Massachusetts High
School Boy Amazes Teachers.
HI* Work Proves Up Arithmetically
and Geometric Proof Will Be Work-
ed With Teachers' Assistance.
Lynn, Mass.—Arthur Rogers, a
senior at Lynn Classic high school
eighteen years old, lias solved three
methods Of trisecting an arc or angle,
using, only a straight edge and com
pass, professors at the school an
hounced. The feat of Rogers has
never been accomplished except with
measuring instruments, and those win;
examined the youngster's work could
find no flaw with it.
Although he has proved his work
arithmetically, no proof has yet been
discovered geometrically, and the
mathematics teachers at the school
will help Rogers to solve this.
Edwin Hnadley. teacher, believes
the key will be found in the I'ytha
goras theorem; the square of the
hvpotheneuse of a right triangle
equal to the sum of the squares on
the other two sides. In addition to
trisecting an arc, Rogers lias gone
further by proving that he can divide
the arc into any number of "equal
parrs. Rogers demonstrated his dis-
Appeals Ssnt to Strangers in This
Country Are Found to Be
New York.—A warning against false
appeals for charity directed to indi-
viduals in this country by "widows"
In Vienna was sent out by the Na-
tional Information Bureau. Inc., of 1
Madison avenue. The bureau has
found that some of these pleas were
identical in wording and that the
same pictures of emaciated children
were enclosed. Different addresses
were given in Vienna, but it was the
conclusion of the bureau that the let-
ters were fraudulent.
These letters told of finding the ad-
dress of the "American friend," of the
pitiful circumstances of the family,
and concluded with a blessing for an
expected gift. In concluding its warn-
ing the bureau said :
"Through the European Relief
Council, of which Herbert C. Hoover
Is chairman, food drafts can be bought
and sent to needy Individuals In Vien-
na who are known to American giv-
ers. or the council will use its dis-
cretion in distributing help to those
who need It most."
As a supplement to their Inadequate
salaries, three superintendents of pub-
lic schools in Georgia are automobile
salesmen, arid two are garage men.
* * • '
Slow up the motor car before go-
ing downhill and use the brakes spar-
ingly. Continual dragging of brakes
Is injurious to the health of the motor
CANADIAN CHAPTER NO. 227
O. E. S.
Canadian Chapter O. E. S. meeta
every second and fourth Monday
nights in the month at 7.30
o'clock in the Masonic Hall. Vis-
itors cordially welcomed.
Mrs. Urshel Simmons, W. M. ^
Mrs. Sleta Jennings, Sec'y.
The Canadian Hospital
Open to the Profession
DAWSON & HUNT
Physicians and Surgeons
Succeeding Dr. H. C. Caylor
Office over First National Bank
Hours: 9 to 12 a. m. 2 to 5 p. m.
Office Phone 14 Hospital Phone 83
Residence Phone 304
A. M. NEWMAN, M. D.
Office over First National Bank
8.00 to 12 a. m. 1.00 to 5.00 p. m.
Phones. Office 18; Residence 72
Dr. E. H. SNYDER
Local Surgeon A. T. & S. F. Ry.
Office Hours: 1.00 to 6.00 p. m.
Other hours by appointment
J. R. ADAIR, D. D. S.
Rooms 1 and 2 Tubb Building
Specialist in the treatment of
Pyorrhea, using the
"GO A LONG WAY
TO MAKE FRIENDS"
SALES AND SERVICE
W. A. PALMER
Attorney at Law
Practice in All Courts
Farm Loans and Real Estate
Phone 17. Tubb Building
Attorney at Law
Buy Vendors Lien Notes
Farm and Ranch Loans
Electro-magnets have been used to
lift as much as 60,000 pounds of steel
castings In one operation.
The pleasure is worth it. There's no sub-
stitute for Camel quality and that mild,
fragrant Camel blend.
The fellow who smokes Camels, wants
Camels. That's because Camels have a
smoothness, a fragrance and a mildness you
can't get in another cigarette.
Don't let anyone tell you that any other
cigarette at any price is so good as Camels.
Let your own taste ie the judge. Try
Camels for yourself. A few smooth, refreshing
puffs and you'd walk a mile for a Camel, too.
|L J. REYNOLDS Tobacco Co.
WinatOQ.Sal.m, N. C.
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Loomis, L. P. The Canadian Record (Canadian, Tex.), Vol. 28, No. 33, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 19, 1921, newspaper, May 19, 1921; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth125499/m1/2/: accessed January 18, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Hemphill County Library.