Brownwood Bulletin (Brownwood, Tex.), No. 251, Ed. 1 Wednesday, August 13, 1919 Page: 1 of 6
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LY fO THE CHAMBER
Tonight and Thursday fair
MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
PRICE FIVE CENTS
BROWNWOOD TEXAS WEDNESDAY AUGUST 13 1919.
L OPERATION ENTIRE RAILROAD
BOYS WITH SHOES
; i . . t
; BiiGiyvKVi: to find oitijhat it
COSTS SO.llKTHlNi; TO SIIOU
ni(i PA 31 IKY.
CHIEF OF AMERICA STAFF WILL
HEAD XISSIOX TO THAT
Criy Associated nressJ)
Ipfjcf mm iwm
LI ASIDE FOR I PEACE THEflT II! 11 ffifi
i nriirn nniTTrnn Kin Tnaflnrmrmi-HT ttutpaimnTniii!
uinLiiivirii ! 100' or iiiyiiiTii! 11
t - .
I0OOR LIS. W!L!.
EE REPEALED SflOR
iliad n y
i RESUMING JOBS
fsLmS!?&3 Uii KKMBVK RIvVCLSION OF FBKMMJi
'VM"-J w s .MA v rksclt in rkpk.vl of
.-. . LIW'OR STATCTKS.
IJXTBKEST REVIVING IN IIKHNITKIATTRR WILL UK EXI'KIMTKI) OK MOLD CPCA.uK RKISCLTEI) OISA$-j
WARHixrvrn.v- a? i i:: .
. --T-I. 1 "--!
(count cf il Hiving found shoes' issued-by.
j'the government hoing worn by men
(By Associated Press.) j while not ijin duty. hereafter only field
PARIS. Aug. 13. Major General cshoes with the rough shle out will be
HESKKVATIO.V II'0i It A 31 RK-
James G. i larboard. Chief of Staff unissued to
! the American Expeditionary Forces! Guard so
.w.ii ncaa a mission to Armenia ana' announced
Trans-Caucasia to investigate
tions tliere from a military v
under instructions from
member ;of the National
long as the s'ltply .lasts is
by the War" Dcnnrtment.
(By Associated Press.) .
WASHINGTON' Aug. I.!. With-the
hearing on (he Peare Treaty complet-
ed Uie Senate Fore gn Relations Com-
mittee turned its attention to .Mexican
ATTOM'T UK. ;MADK
j KOKCK YOTK.
-1 ' -..
'i RIH'SLY FOI! OHIO .MAX IX
: .. . AVAHUIXIiTOX.- -
i TBy "Associated Press) '
WAS'lUXnTON "Aug. .. At 1.
(i'.v AsfU)f'ialed Press) $
WASinNCTONV Air:? h:. Armed
sl'ornryi session today the Sepatfi Forwilh' ii ijLt ol. ii. robber .efnicred the
cfgn J Relations - Cc.ni in ittc agreed! 0-.liP3seyTrmrt k'oujpmiy. in the heart of
cxpcd:tje" -cons'ulerittion of . Uic; . peace' Pennsylvania Avrin;e se-tion and. with'-'
. ol disnitted r".SQ.c-: in five handf-d I'cer o! Hie policei
fit ion pi J)'(3Kde h.rid(uaner.-!.- demanded hundred
j f By Associated Press.)
ATLANTIC. CJTY; Aug. ..IX-'Believ
jing- that the revulsioa (if feeling
against prohibition ciui be coneentrat-
od toward a -repeal of the' liquor sta-1
tales bfe'wci-s o? the nation have call-
ed a couteren-e haffi September 2.S.
'RAILROAD OFFICIALS HOPEFTIi'
A LI. STKI KK1LS WILL BE- OX
te randl-jThn denar!incri( has e.jenenced con-!?11."1 Columbian quusfions today whiletroaty. "Re-readiug.
-iewpoint sidcrable llcliflu-ulty" in JkeeiHng tlie T1?10 Sena 'airt the treaty aside te:ii-; tions htul cons'ulen
President Guardsmeii suiplied; wilh .. fbotwcai-.:1forari-v to t:.li "H other -business in- j amendments - will . begin ; Jompho;V. ajid ififiy dollars. The inlU'r made a
2 reviving in uie in-i-Sgiiatbr II i?.hcock ib". miilKStootfj to "iiretenEe.-of rounUng OJt t it money: f
rte reservation pro- have -bid the committee ; tliat'. Vnloss tfn- .-puddeti'ly droj d bohiiid:- he
IN MEXICO RELATED
'which resulted -in air inyesi'gation;byi
i . " ' .it
HE ORIYK.S AI TO
AX i) 1 ha it v i:st HIS (' I! : A I X
(By. International News Service.)
NOBIiI?SiILLE. huCf A jig. K!.
CIark:ii:llikan who lives' in
CHICAGO 'A. i;i. Calling off to-
day 'or Uio-.JSioiBnch's" strike in the At-
lantic Bistrfct Cause' railroad officials
j to predict a normal operation of- the
ent.:re railroad system within a week.
Expecting to. Return to
Before the- War Basis ' Kt'pom from various parts of the
- f? - ...ii... . ....... . . : . r .t
f country. toua. jihowed striking shop-
men returning to work pending a set-
A ! 'ST! XV Texas Aug. IS. The - en
Itleinent of their wage demands though
(jercst s6cms to be
jjiosal for a lelin
gram along lines agreed on b seven ..it; took early ac-tioj- nir;att(iK:H .'mkiitu-f'.-intw- Tli.. rnl.ri' liro ? ilirniitrhl
i?eiublicaa senators. j b tnade lo torco a votqr'dn- 'tliQ- trdaty 'the-.-cotnter.. 'The b-illet -rraW fheUiiroeriiig. -tlffjiartiiwiit ' of .(he I'tUver-' ther apieurs to be no bn;ak In tnQ
I " ' M the Senate. . ' : " ; ". " L of th6 ur. ilo th-n tunjod. UieUity ol " :Texas is exyected to return to snkei' ranks in tho Chicago district.-
enajor LOftgcemurniatrot tlie.cpm.r .i3fi - on himsH. iufiietin:- u ' serious jits pre-war basis with full faeuKv and
mittew and others arc understcoj to tV(mnr in his taw. ' Ai. .the hosnital.iudent l.odv-at thu onphfnsr f tlie
(Mime to Ntiblesville the other
RILISI ufltflV III Ul .?vi.iwi i.uMKu.tH.u.m.nj ui pistol-on iiims'U. lumetin:- a stenousjUK pre-war nasis witn tun taeuitv and flOPT n'OS nmniSI
lilM n I I Hi :mittee.j.and others are undemcoj to Voiind "in lib; Jaw. Ai .lho hospitaiL?tudent body at. the opening of the U S I H J hF fl
- i .wiii i u .have expressed Uum assent; the t'""" : whure. he w.;i . taken lor .froatmeritlresulur term in October. UUUla UlLft Ul I I Will.
L UML fA I I I RS nos!vl - J basfen the eummittee. oa-jl!ti KaV(. tl!e llulie of Johll petzer; off" Th School . or . Me:-hanit--a1 ringin- HOC llOO lUSTm
rulllllLU ll! ! CaHU '.sideration. but ScuaKn-Fall. vepjfti-i(vf.ei Ohio and na.d .that'he. hadleering has espeeiaily been enlarged aj - HjMuiJ Hlfl LUi
F CMII. "01 -NOW .WOX-jr-O iS Said to nave mVlmfl nut V:iiliiiiirlnii :t llit:iblpi fraillfr IlinlfJitli- Iij.vip- lion orni.tnil ifit-
XAX ACCTSED OF ItORBIXG A- chasnH :ii .intonrnhfle .hud dnivo ii LEADERS TO MEET I.WFT. WORTH ' ' ' 1 . 1 'P'uul .ac- j-prto ;iHvatu".c he. undcrflteKd tpurcMt and much mechahH-iretpiipimuit
HLKUI 01- (.OLJI AMJ .Ih hhS home. No thing: extraordinarv. except!
IS TORTFItEH TO DEATH. ...hat :he's i .robably the oldest man. in 1
(By Associated Press.)
the country driving a uiotor par. He?
is nmety-jiye years .Old a nit Is .in the :
T0.1IORROW AND PERFECT
j lio . ir. iinptr:.i'.e.
was. plenty cf money and that holdup cured from .that used at university mil-
' was easy' in. that place.
( Ry; Associated : Press.)
- MEXICO CITY Aug. 13. Details of bcst )f hMth -n.rus whea harV0Si j DAI.AS Texas Aug. -1:;. Organ'.-!
the lynching of Jitan Galvan. a prom-; nc cu jjij a gjejy .UJ(i imu nven-h'lio? of a "'A'cbples Democratic Party"!
inent resident of. the village of Zara- ty shocks )f grain. Last spriu'lve hoed!"1 Toxas is one of the proposals to be1
goza in the state jof San Luis Potosi. "rv-n . i; ' "nf ."." v..fMw C1..j: donsidered at a conferdrice iii Fort-;
i Texas League Scouts :
f Want Lpckhart Base i Snanish-American Sank
Ball Team Battery j With Subscribed Capital
'tary schools during the war.
jX DETAILS (ilYEX ; WHEUEA-
R01TS 0F PRESIDEXT TOOC'O
f XOT KNOWX.
have just ibeen received in the capital clUeen jJujred j..vvcet otalo piants rWorth tomorrow.
and El Democrata in ntflilishing the
story -declares this is the first instance
of Lvnching recorded in Mexico. CflPCCT CIOCC UPC
Galvan was publicily accused by the f jJfjLi) ( 1110 HWL
pasior ot a cnurcn m .aragoza ot e-
ing the person who robbed the image
of a virgin in one of the churches of
gold and jewels valued at HM'flD pesos.
(R.V. Associated Press) ;
LOCHIA RT Texas. Aug Ui.Scptitf
-fr"pni Ltjeveral' Texas Lntgtt Imstspa.r
of Ten Million Pesos
illy Associate! Press. i 1 -
.MWXH'O 1TY Aug. i:i. A Suanish-.AA
buck to mm
The meeting called y a nunHier of lihs 3 UVe. he(m-iii J.oekhart re".ent!N - ' Amm-
well known democrats hiclu'din-r form- F r n.2. k... Mexican liank. wrtlt a inscn.jert r-apiT- .
- a . t.. !. t . r - . - i tl ftP (ah lull inn . nnuw i r It fl'iti .1 1 l T r
RESTED IX PEITLIAR WAY
ir Senator Joseph W Railey is for;t.hej0f jojy nhU . Hendersr.h. -rhfj buttery;
tal of ten million pesos and liead iuar.-f- AT IJARTLE'IT RECENTLY.
ters.in loxico Ctyis planned by:metn-'
j lllLlJ n!!L purpose -of reforming the; den.ocrati.c fflji Ul(:.LoGkliart UIS( .v. Mltb ters-.in IexH-c) Ciy is i
BEYOND CBSTIOL r'""0"- -.r Z'T
(By Associated Press)
WAS?IIfNGTDX. Aug. LI. Joaquin
jTinox-o brother of . the President of
I'll E IF A IN- ('os.ta Jiica. was assassinated on
j August lii according to reports here
I this afternoon. " -
Xo details are given wliether Prea-
colony here. The Hlii.TOX. -Ans. 13: Jean lloskinsoiur -.io.. 'r;x ;r n.-.
ill alias J.. JL Riordeh who was placed in and his whereabouts jtre unknown fn
institution is to aid
Spokesmen of the group that
The words of the t curate inflamed his .SITI'ATI 0!x IX NORTHWEST- LS; t)ie conference declare a pivotal
hearers who dragged Galvan from his IJECOXIXU .SERIOri. FIRE.S .'.in .ssue Js the "usurpation of
home built a funeral pyre and upon it . ;i Ri'X WILD. i' i rights by the federargovemiiient
tortured the unfortunate man until he . j Qxemplihed in the recent prohibition!
died. The curate has been detained HSS01"LA. Mbnt.'. Aug. i?. Thej and equal suffrage -amejulments to tlie;
by the authorities ns the author otLarscll rrJLk an(1 Elm mmint;iin forcsi rederarccTifStltution. . '
-v. -- uiiij j.iu oanuiLi) l.llu..'I ' II. !aln noimrftnnnl e mnnrloi
ined.;.nJ TKiv.v' k?rti aui to. increase commercial activity; tie thi-ft of a. Dodge automobile was recently that he asked leave of ah.
Hint' knHT . - between this country ami. Spam.. Rep-; taken- to Dallas-by- the shert .UW sne from: -Congress with' intention
sfcWsj :.; rKi.V ihnr. - t. resontat?ves;or the bank will lmye or-irartim orpaRasjcouuty of" rWvinS the country. - Joaniiin Ti-
" as- . - ' " . bees in Havana. New ork and several The apprehension of this nuui came wnsl- M Iot OCcnr .
fires In the Clearwater 'national forcst.-; Delegates have been iuvifd ttr at-f
Isixty niil'efi across the mtmntains from nd from every county and .imong
GC T J - Missoula Hare running jvild Imd iiave 0"se here today conferring; prelim- j
ermailS lNe6Q swept he&mA control. accr Vdiug tojlnnrv to (he Fort .Worth .meeting there
. ..mc-c-'oc Un-nivori ;t nt ho:uU ' appeared a division of hnininn as fo-
. .. iuwi:o(vj : r . - v ... v.. . . - . .
111 DUKE WILL
m Ml TO TRIS
t By Associated Press.) efforts on;.he ai nip Mildred tre. which
BERLIN; Ag. 1-3. "We must lro-ls Lhreatet ling Valuable Stands of gvv-i
ceea umneuiaieiy rui creai a mercan-..cruneni jlinber.
tile Heel. and hplft .ermans award - There
with state advaistes." said Mathias on tne Sol
Krzberger. Vice-Premier and Minister cinitinn i
of Finance "speaking to the National' enn
Assembly at Weimer. He promised the
assembly (hat a bill carrying out these
projects will le presented soon. Erz-
berger added that (he loan situation
must be given consideration yearly in
taxes in order that business regain a
quarters here of the forestj: service. lPe necessity or :esiaiisliing n uew
The fire-itehters- camp. at IJlk nioun-pjeniocrati": .arty to achieve the de-j
Uiin was destroyed. . ' ." . .f end?. . "
ThctrreHvs fighting the-Atlas creek;.; 'f"- s oecmon io lorm a new or-
lilazc have - abandoned the kmht ns-111)' " 'leclared plan .
T would be tnade for a later convention. -
...... ...v..- - n I.L.I.. . V - ... . T L CIlv Amiii. -it Of I'raatl f
. Li. t:t.ji MWn .i;. i wiieti i. cenerai eiccuon. ji - iki v . " . "". .
If'itn tlfl.-rt li'miL . ln AiiWM..t! i. IUMI ' - VII I .J. IIIC II nBi "
convention andr'Tila'ced in iho'.h'eld. '.Aoastai cousin of King. Victor Kman-
f -about in a peculiar way. He wi;V ;ir-
j roated in BflrUel Stitu'rday afternoon
"nye6sstnb'l6 . iXicir lilos" lor mAless
jdriAing.. -.Air. Raife aud. other olilcers
jof that city it is .slated; noticed that
; Hip. engine numbeK on. the car had
jbecn filed off' and that a -new one had
! ht'U stiimnod ttifi'rpr'm Wtriln Unclrin-'
Licensing Exports; .
of Wheat to Begin
On August the 15th
(lly Associated Presaj
XKW. YORK. Aug. IS. Application
ISIITU flnnCOIPnalC l-n stampel
if W 1111 nlfluiluallU 'son was un "..' ciiy Constable ffr jit cysts for Hie exportation " of
.mhi iMiri" nv I'l'Vmv - j Ihules went to the postomee ami re- vvheat tr all'deitinations in the west-
11 u ua im.i vt . fttoived a iioI- c.nrd iVnni tit. sh.piifV v t i i. f
-THIRD A R II Y DI'RINC WR: rurvil KS v l! Tt ll I t-t.K- . : " ' " . ' u-i.n.-!.- .. t t
II V Y 11 A K.N I M (iIXST THE - ..... f.... w. asiu i itour siuiiitients ar? now
A.liERK A N ROnai ROYS . -i'l 'li'ibn. of ..the car being driven by ; j.0!lM.d. Htll !? receded by Julius
' . - . lioskinson as -one .stolen in. that city j Barnes t'nke States -Wheat Director.
uie (ta m iore. . fer consideration. This order is ef-
i pn receiving whs cant-ir. i;aifes e ?iC ueus' l."th.
oni mi jitif-nTitmllnit fires i t -
Srtlwav forest in. Idaho. .'ThV"(orm :i ne-organization plans would. 'IpUnl lAr my dur
situation is regarded
. iliy; Associated Press. .
uri'i'u.'rth AMtoim.v irAi.t'lv-: t.V
... - . ..v'-..'. ..... .... .
Should it ;be deenied. unnecessary )uj.-l. uid" commander -ot ine tuiiian yvo ' "7;' .. brought h-un to Helton and lodged himi
in- the: war. wiirpi-ob-; .-.nu;u. .um ih "vm''. "Ij jun. .1
;.;-...!- 'n.i "..ilii ' -l "'cii m Hit; ui uie car ami
" vpr!v hrp;. j le made it was said with a. view-to es- iably..visit the .Pnited. States Hoonj. - it;ag.i.mst associ
S 7 1 i talilishing 'dominancy of the present: Hecaniji -known today; .Froth the. Uniled; speared recc
1 ; ' democratic organization in Texas" and " Slates he Will go to China aml" .laiian.;'Ies n r1'1
Coblenz and other town on!" "ai uu .."- mi-.
the-'Rhitie (he girls be ng urged to!"" 11 "? .tutuinumm l-u
Kino w.is itjuna in 11.
Damaged By Mine
in British Waters
Hi'XiaRiAv srn iTioN demand.
IXG LMEDIATE ATTEXTIOX OF
1LLIED ( Ol'XCILj
ih Associated Press.)
PARISJ Aiig.. 1:;. The Allied Su-
eiiic f:iin:il. wh ch was litit schedul-
ift dfefn-r:i1 inn nf nrini- iilrx .nrnbn litv Tlie Duke Is fiftv VCai'S old. and 'Is ll'i
! would be adopted. ! brother to the Duke of Abiw.i. virtt.j ritrahi rromt nrnkiMg theac(iuanitance j
! -z : i Admirh! in the Italian Navy- and -well 1 of soldiers regardless of the fact that j
1 Federal Government to . .known in the Cnited States. : . ; the -treaty of. peace hatr beoa sTgned
-p I pi c c. . I : . . At various times . posters nave Deem
iaivc v-iittigc ui Jiflic ; . . jiut. u threatening indiscreet girls
Quarantine Equipment j Twenty-One Foreigners fwith pun shment or one kind or an-
1 Including Americans. rother.
. 17..1IJ r 1 American o(h-ers who have in vest i-
i-Apciicw iiont itiAivu -KiU(!tl toiy il(r (Jermans are' determined
T . ' j that girls who associate wilh soIdhMt-
. j ("By Associated Press) -. I shall have their names." known to the
ML j PA 5.O Aug. Iweijtyrone. )0l)lI.lliotl 5mi.UiaL secret .soci
(By AKSoeiated Press)
pteamer bnglewoort aviucU struck tRvto iiittpi
jnine. today is pro-eeding for hef .rojlsjn(r Hungarian situation
Thames rier. under its own steati): t 1
r i';-u preme Wfticii. wh ch was not scjieuui-
t. Aug. 18. Thp Amricnn ed io nejf todav was sumiiioiied has-
Englewood which struck aj !ilv .lo aJ this afternoon to
(By Associated Press. f
ACST.1X. Texas Aug. 12.-Inspec-lion
of state quarantine property
consisting of land buildings. boats
;uid equipment at gulf ports and "a-
5ong the Rio C'rande preparatory tfr
(its being taken over by the' federal"
government is under wayv
Federal quarantine officers and rep-
BUDAPEST TO RELP
Cold Storage Food
Prices of Shoes to
Be Lower Next Year
!and the attorney general which was
BOSTON. Aug.! .12. -Predictions of '
America Rushing Aid
to leireaung rtrmy created by the legislature to sell this
Russia "Property are making nn appraisal.
State Health Officer O. W. Cbddard es
timates that the property will bring
fpYeigners; ' including - Atneritjans.. UHY0 ll(cn formed for lhaL pUVporte: Iu-
hpauiArds. Cubans aiul citizens of telUgen(.L nu-icers say .tiial several
Argenuue uepuniic. were e.xpeneii! oeca-s;ona the names of. girls who are
from LMe-xico recently by : the (far ran nu he rt!(.(mTs 0r the German ndlfcfi!
;ir(!senfathes of the board composed -of government (officials according toj"ror associating with AmericJius . have
:(he-governor the state health officer P'li Ks'panol Spanish newspaper in .jcen re.uj .u the congregations at Sun-
.' . .. . .... AlivinV l"5t. Itnilnr ft'llo flf Alli'llvjl (I i. f . ..11.
(By Associated Press)
a leuided drop in the price of shoes. WA-SlilNCTOX. Aug
...... .1 1 . . . Inrlifo i ri -1 1 ri -. -1 n ' i . - " - . ...t.l..l.i.' n ....r
ifie jim-i'; icom-ir. cin.i Jiiui- - am .Jtr . jftiiniirai ioiciiiwt nuununi. . wt ri
nfacturers who- testified today at the siberitui iiartny is being rushed tq Piaic Universuy nan
iMatcrial between ?SOttoo and ?10U(MI0.
Mexico City under dale or August o. dav nornin church services. Li oth-
"lisconduct in '.Mexico is givenf as a s er viar0S the practice of posting the.
reason for (ho expulsion.
grand jury investigation of the high Vladivostok Try" the American
cost of living. The consensus of opin- !inenL Trty-five' thousand r;
ion. however wsus that the decline- several 'million rounds Jof ammunftion.'-
Tiught no( come tor anottier year.
Lightnmg Floods the
Brenham College Basement
J additional supplies.
i week. . .!
rifles and j-
Busy Football Season
ihave. already left San Frail hlscO and '
Aug. 1?..-Tht ' -Imnpndirip- in Snain ItCiiptain-elecl Doc Craves
. ! . tand ftlaxey I Dirt.
. (By Associated Press )
AIJSTIX Te-vas Aug. Hi. The foot-
ball schedule of the rniversity of Tcx-
as for the coining .season has been" ar-duction was unanimously ordered by
langed. Several men of the last year'sj the Senate 'Public Iands Comtnittee to
team are cxpecten nacK
Government Will Lease
Its Land to Foster Oil
and Gas Production
girls.' names in public places was :n-
iaugurated some time ago.
-The ouieers. assert that black 1 is! s' .of
the girls' 'names have been' preparer!
and are being kept for future use nf
ter the Americans ire gotie.
tBy Associated Press)
W.VSIl'lXfJTOX. Aug. K..-Favorable
rbpori on the 'bill for ieasin ; govern-
ineaMowued oil coal." phosphate1 and
Sodium lands in order to stimulate pro
flag pole on (he main building of Blinuj
Memorial college was struck by ligbt-j -.y Asso .iat.( Vr-.)
ning ;auirnay uueriiuim uoui ij iAI)Rtl) Aug. Bl. .A
Joot of tbe iHMe.v-.-19 spnnteieu. aner . !rj8is is ipC.ndiiig in Spa-'n ajid the
which the liglitnihg ran down the kIIc over51TliIlt has summoned tall absont
of the building and struck a water) (Jomlj(;i5 to Madrid. The fate of the
.supply Pipe in the bajiement wilorj.-J(I:e!.em. wm probajly be de-
flooding ihe place. . termined? Thursday.. "
wantea to rieip Lower
BI0A1TMOXT. Texas. Aug. 12. Cor-j
don Bert rani aged twenty-eight years.j
a Woodville. died Tuesday morning j
at- the Hotel Dieu as the result of
High Cost of Living
ffjy Associated Press.)
WASHfXGTOXr Aug. 1J. Approtiri-
4reaking his neck which was sustained" ations of nearlya million dollars with
when he dived into the old swimming which to carry out the President's
hole near Woodwille ten days ago. He suggestions to "reduce living costs !
is thethird lerspn to suffer a broken j have been requested hy tie Dejiart-
neck at this swimming hole this year j meat of 'Commerce "and Lsibor.
The schedule which places the A. &
u-r .. ..i t .. it c. .. i t'.... - .... r-r.l.
ninisterial Vl Kam: u Vft? .'t "a ."'
.Septcinher. 27--Howard ; Payne ' ill
Austin.. ; . . ' "
Octolier "2'L Jlayhir at-Austin. . .
October 18.--.l7niversity of Oklahoma
at Dallas. '.i
October '2-L Bit Bylor at. Austin.
Xovtimber 1 Ri.ee Institute at Aus-
tin. - -
.November S Univerajty of Arkansas
fat Austin . -.
XoYcmber ITj Htiskell- litdians al
N'ovetnber 27 Texas A. College
at College Station.
October 11th is -still -.open: hut it is
announced that a game will he ar-
ranged for that date.
Belgian Troops Are
District of Prussia
(By Associated. 'Press.) .-
Brussels Aug. i;5. Belgian troops
President Wilson Will
Veto Repeal Daylight
Saving Act It Is Said
German General Staff
Dissolved in October
(By Associated Press) ;" . 7" '-.
" WA-OIMrV'TAV A rr 1 '! l.c..;.l n t 1 l-"Vl.l.N. HS I.. I f.V .ui...i
if.i.i.. .. ..' L uiiK iiwi Ceueral Stac will he dissolved on Oct.
lIDtlll IJl v.lli ilf iifi jiciiii ciiii'
reiieiil of the daylight saving act- it
was said today. .
. 'fiie measure has been before the
President since August fth iiml he is
expected to return it to Congress be-
.foro tho end of the week. Efforts to
-pass ithe Agricultural "bill .with repeal
rider over the President's-veto -failed
:jast month and 'both the House and
Senate leaders doubt that a . two-
thirds -majority necessary to paBs the
repeal law. over the ex'02Utiye!e; head
can lie obtained. f
1st and the Intelligence Service will
he continued under the direction of
the Foreign Office.
- LONDON Aug R5. Vinnitaz. in
Ukraine one hundred and twenty-five
miles southwest of Kiev hits boon
abandoned by the'bolsheviki. according
to Moscow message. In Volhynia anti
bolsheviki forces occupied Lutsk
railway center southeast of Kovel"
(By Associated Press)
WASHINGTON. . Aug. 13. Federal
regulations of cold storage- foo'd' was
MlfC If CCD nPnCP'" t0ay by Seaalor McKellar; of
ILu kLLI UnUlin .;Tencsee : to ascertain means of re-
jducyiig the. cost of living and as the
irniAXIAN PRK.MIKR KXPI. IS'-cul-v remiv!-v f?r th.e 'mo!t ora6eos
niece 01 proiuueruiK tncit - tau iro
IMIKSK.M'K OK Rl .MAMAN.S
l AI'STINAX 'CAPITAL.
- (By Associated Press)
?nrCI IA RlvST Aug. -1 :i.-4-TJie only ;
thought of the Rumanian govemmert
in ordering troops. ino . Budapest.'
Premier Bratiano explained today was-
to. . help the .allied armies suppress'
bblshevism and restore order.
Goes to Honolulu
; With Strong Convoy
tBy Associated Press.)
SAN PKDRO. CaL. Aug. 13 The
Serious' Food Crisis
Occurs at Moscow!
iKUtleship New York with Secretary
Daniels aboard departed for Honolulu
1 today acompanied by four destroyers.
(By Associated Press)
; STOCKHOLM. Aug. A serious -food
crisis has occurred at Moscow'.!
and. there is. geuecal dbrcoiit ..with the;
tSo.viet government. Ifehnngfors ad-
vices stiit.e. hi view of the- situation!
the Soviet government is considering
leaving -Nloscyw for Tula.
at Peace Terms; Will .
Keep Them to Letter
tBy Associated Press.)
BFtll.lNV. Aug. 1. Polish-German
iiegplintions began here Monday.. Dr.
von Haiuihuuser. representing- Cef-
maiiy. told the delegates that Germany
though disappointed at the peace
lave occupied the Malmedy dislrict afiRfSl-Uli RrrnfAri
vhenish J'russia. .. . . I terms intends to keep them to the
at VVasninglon lOUrthotter The Polish premier assured the
(Jermans. that their countrymen would
be fairly and justly treated in Poland.
(By Associated Press.
LONDON. Aug; . II'.. Viscouut flrey.
former -"British Secretary of State' for
foreign affairs has fagreed to rppro-
sent (lie Britisli Covornment '-.it Wash-
ingtoiu pending the appointment of "a
Use of Earthern Tanks
for Oil to Be Stopped
ACSTIN Texas-; Aug. is. The rail-
road cpmmissiom muier the authoiiiy
of the oil and gas conservation nc
is formulating. a. ruling to prohibit the
storing of light -North Texas oil in
earthen tanks because of its great
a evaporating qualities. and seepage
with resultant waste of gasoline.
(By Associated Press.)
-VIENNA. Aug. B. I'krainians have
captured the fortress. Dubno. in tha
southeastern part of Volhynia. from
Bolsheviki forces official reports say.
Hoover Reaches Wnrsaiv.
(By Associated Press.)
"PARIS Aug. 1.1. Herbert Hoover.
Chairman of the interallied relief com-
mission arrived in Warsaw. from
Prague yesterday. He will Je'ave forj
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