The Sun (Bryan, Tex.), Vol. FIRST YEAR, No. 1, Ed. 1 Sunday, February 19, 1911 Page: 2 of 12
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T n ic it su X
EVANGELINE UP TO DATE
THE SUNDAY SCHOOLS
New York Feb. 17. With a de
fiance of the conventions which was
only one of .several indications of her
independent habit of thought Kvan
geline Saner was wearing her
diamonds at breakfast this afternoon
when her toast and eggs were mar
red by the intrusion of a policeman
Never before in her nineteen vears
had Miss Saner been so annoyed.
"I suppose" she remarked icily
"mamma has given another balloon
Mamma appeared against her dau
Kilter in the W est Side court.
"Fvangeline is a good girl" said
Mrs. Saner "who has been ruined
by a legacy. A foolish brother of
mine died and left her so much
money that she hasn't touched a
typewriter since. She won't live w ith
me. She's not w hat she calls a studio
apartment. Most of the time it's
full of a lot of Hungarians."
"liohemians mamma" corrected
F.vangeline "artists and writers and
actors. If you didn't like them why
you didn't say so the night I let you
come to my part v."
"They were too busy drinking
that night to listen to me" said
Mrs. Saner. "They weren't all actors
and writers either. Our butcher was
there. I'll say for him he didn't
make half as much a fool of him-
self as that white faced young man
that recited poems about love."
"I am engaged to be married to
that young man." said the defendant
"and that's why you are angry with
"You'd eat ofteiier if you married
the butcher" said Mrs. Saner.
"Ladies ladies'' implored Judge
Appleton "this is a most distressing
situation. Miss Kvaugcline is old
enough to live where she pleases. I
would advise her to leave Iiohemia
and live with you but I can't put
her in jail if she won't."
Mrs. Sauer was far from mollified.
"Some day" she said grimly "I'll
break into that Ifohemia with an ax
and your white faced friend will be
taken away in three or four ambu-
lances." The things that come to those who
wait are generally the things that no
one else wants.
Chicago Feb. 17. There are eight
million children between the ages of
5 ami IS years in the t'nitcd States
not in the Sunday schools of the
This is the report made by the
Kev. IlaviilCi. Iiowuey correspond
ing secretary to the board of Sund.i
schools of the Methodist Fpiscopal
Church which has completed a two
days session at the national head
"There aie." said !r. Ilownev.
"more than 1 million children in
Minnesota North I lakota. South Da
kota. Voming Montana. Idaho.
Washington ami Oregon two-thirds
of the child population of these
states that are not repotted in the
Sunday schools. New Fiigl.md has
MM (Hill and New York J.Jiki.iioii ehil-
reii not yet reached."
Wliv Dnii'l Mt-u (in to ( liurrli'.'
Philadelphia. Feb. 17. Why men
lo not go to ehurch is a question the
Kev. W. F. Sheridan of the Hooper
Memorial Methodist (.'lunch will trv
answer in a series o! sermons. Ir.
Frank '.. lleardslv of the First Con
gregational Church will also begin a
series of sermons on the subject next
Sunday night. As answers to the
luestiou Iioctor licardsley asks the
How ing :
Is the church losing its mission?
Is the handshake ami the worship
Are men sincere when they criticise
e canned sermon and the cold
I iocs the village blacksmith re
main away from church because "a
certain rich man's daughter" has
taken the place of his daughter in
Is he tired of singing he does not
The liquor traffic is primarily a
moral secondarily an economic
juestion. It is a political question
only because it has been granted a
icense by the State and legislation
is therefore necessary to abolish the
license system anil because when
once prohibited by laws of the State
iolations of the law must be pun
ished by the officers of the State.
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The Sun (Bryan, Tex.), Vol. FIRST YEAR, No. 1, Ed. 1 Sunday, February 19, 1911, newspaper, February 19, 1911; Bryan, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth317878/m1/2/: accessed March 22, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; .