Brownwood Bulletin (Brownwood, Tex.), No. 158, Ed. 1 Friday, April 25, 1919 Page: 1 of 4
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BRO WNWOOD BULLETIN rmmS
PRICE FIVE CENTS
BROWNWOOD TEXAS FRIDAY APRIL 25 1919.
FORTY PER CENT OF QUO
BRIBED ST 1
Stirring Addresses Followed By Subscriptions to Victory
Loan; Soliciting Committees Busy Today In An
' Effort Jto Quickly Complete Their Work.
AN BE ADJBSTE
r ti n a
The mass meeting at the Christian
Tabernacle Thursday afternoon which
opened the victory loan campaign in
Brownwood wa$ attended by qnly fpuri
or five hundred persons but the en-
thusiasm Treated by the addresses of:
C. L. McCartney. BY. Gray and D. F.
Johnson caused those present ta sub-1
scribe approximately forty per .cent of;
the county's quota of ?3G1U00. The;
campaign committee is elated with the
success of the meeting and believes j
that the campaign has been started in
a manner 'whidfi guarantees the suc-i
cess of the movement within a few;
da'ys. ' . 1
Today the soliciting committees went
to work all over the city with a viewi
to raising the remainder of the quota i
within two or three days. The soliei-r.
tors will continue'at wort tomorrow.!
The mass meeting was opened with'
an invocation by Rev. R. JL Rives fol-!
lowed ay a brief introductory address!
by Chairman Courtney Gray C. L. Met-'
Cartney then addressed the gathering;
for a few minutes recalling that from;
the very beginning of the war he had '
repeatedly expressed his tear of the
outcome because the plans of Ger-:
many were so completely laid and the;
unprcparedness of the United States!
"was so appallingly evident. He re-!
joieed that the Struggle had been con-
cluded ko quicklv and so easily and!
with such a small loss of American in
jJIAKE ItBSKKYATlOXS IN' RKIMHIT
ON THE KKWONSlttLLITY FOll
-STAKTIMJ THE WAR.
By. Associated Press).
PARIS April -2511 has become
known that the American .delegates
have been' unable to agree : ta certain j
portions of lite report adopted liy pic-;
majority of the comi.mSsjqii of tho
responsibility for th wnivaml as pre-j!"
seined to the Council of Four ihc-rc'-.t
port contains a memorandum setting i -forth
the : American reservations. .
The 'American object ro the M-in-!
cinle tlm. the person accused against.
.offenses against -the laws "and - p'-in-ciples
of humanity sho'uld be subject-
led to criminal prosecution contending'
jtluu tho laws and 'principles of hit-
; inanity constitute-a standard too iin-
;.; certain to be rightly applied in legal
Premier Orlando and Part of His Staff Leave for Rome
But Departure Does Not Indicate A Final Breach
In Relations With the Allies.
the International TrjRp-SkDoi'ingj
life. "If the war had continued HixjTournamt.nl at Pinehurst
jN. C. Photoj
months longer six million lives would shows left to right: yUs Helen Good!
have been sacrificed" he said. Be crham of Toronto and jMrs. h.' Jl
then pointed out the fact'tliat the i Dalton lot Warsaw Indiana the -In?;
i in n n r i ft r t
mm uulr .- I
mi if ii i b if let- i
rmw uiiliiu iu ;
r. -in i r ?-r" aim
i i si ii i n is! m
ne j Dalton
I nited States through the expenditucidfena Ohamnion
of enormous Sums of money Imd ac
complisbed the; almost impocsjble. and-
declared that while our government j
Otitic Mlv tllAllflV if. V!? Cfl VAll lVtfi'
lives of our boyjs. "The life of an Amer-
ican boy is worth all the millions ihe
American people . possess" u? said."
Many of our jnen aic still in trance:
and many others are waitiug o tlu-
decks of transport ships to come horae.
be said adding! that-we should nor be
come impaueni at inc apt?urciu uity.
in the peace proceeedings. His atJ
dress was closed with an a:j)eal to his:
hearers to- buy liberally of V4ctoty!
bonds and with a comparison of the
present demands of our government
with those "wjtich would' have " been
made by the jjermans 'had they won
the world war. -
Dr. B. Gray was the second
speaker. He shid imoig other things
tJiat the world! war has destroyed ma
in- of the1 sordid . things which 'were
and that it ha really made the world Ul? mMlnl? nwcomaifc wljfrfi w.ll vir
fit to live in. ''We must finish this bigjttiajly put Uie world batflt to -a ;w;?r .
job. We hav6 -not ye goiu- far enosgh.imtd-wkisis'for thte next three monthM
I am glad ou- govdrmnent spent Uielfs .a -gk.L -M tJ10 rtjferani aaoptetl' by
money instead of
The speaker brief!
the terrible f hardsh
France and on other battlefronts as
wf-H as in the training - camps -and
?l PTnwrn mr :
wiflft a n &ta flnt
FROM JWEBiCjl M8SF
The morning after the day before.
(By Associated Press) "
PARIS April 25. A distinctly more
liopeful and less irreconcilable feeling
prevails in the Italian peace confer-
ence headquarters today. No longer
was there talk. of a breach with the
peace conference but instead it was
j said that all difficulties may be settled
within a 'fortnight.
) Peace conference circles today were
I inclined to believe that an amicable
j solution or the Italian incident Is in
the making. For one thing Italy has
'shown her desire to maintain good
' ' relations 'with the allies by the fact
n;US STOUY OR IISS i:x4": m' Man 'egates remaining:
: in. i .irts wiii conimue 10 couuooraie
in the work of the inter-allied com-
mission hot 'pertaining to the actual
i work of the peace conference
r . ' Orlando Leaves
t Pl'fiiiifii Orhirtffn nf Tmlv Xnft Pnric
in his f Rouin- .it S-rSO n'elnok last nfphr.
pwji behalf "f the court martial trtel-; wm1!m L( .w -ciMrt nniir-
ri;orrs VM M.VKKS l.U
i'kilssio. o. connv
o(By Associated Presu.i
PAH IS. Apnl 25.v-Testifyiug .it
today Captain. Kdmund
Jain ot San
'1 the stifry 'f hi
:n((;nio. Tc:as. ruitorated rG? the-Italian mission. He was
Iris piploit with the .lint-'an ovation at the- station by a
I crow d.
QDJWr-MSTS STRONGLY PKOTKST
A(iUSt- K.NDIX1 OF
(JEM-IUL .STKIKI-. f
! DCONQI !P IflHTU lAfffD-rnfilTDJIPTC
T l ft.H Zl M t U JH IT V L 111! H8 I I II M m M m M M 1
ii 1 if 1 h it h b an 2i ii a e i i n.an si 121 ! mls: 1 1 1
SSL! UOL j y y Uf 1 ! u u sns I il
7- - - - - - 1 - w to o m xr 4 ar j
" ' - : '.! . I
. .- .i
. H said be. inudo a eurt at th- The newapapors here are unanimous
quest of the UrMrfb oily er to covt -m the o- thut th(? departure of
him up as her was liable to rourt mar- iP.0ller Orlando from Paris does not
tial for alio wfng v.n AmovUun aviator. t.fmstitut(f a rupture in relations. A
to fly a Ifritish' ntaemne. -Cantatn; imrj. of-tlm 'French preSs manifests
fhamberlain tola his story calmly aud;KOme iW1MjtTence- that new complica-
it .appeared ta make a deep-Impies- lions sj0rht arise at a moment when
sion mum the court.
(By Associated Press.)
BERUX April 2Almost as -sird-
jden as tlje reeept strikes began (lor-
many appears to be quieting dowi!
again. The coal miners in tho Ruhr
district are returning to. their work "in IttMOVSlDKItATlOY OP MATT Kit
in' reasinp' numbers. The fact that thej
; men are "returning to the work is. re-1
-U. KS POIJ-K WOKE- FAVOlt-ABI'-E
;the Gemma plenipotentiaries .are
; about- to arrive
MEXICO ill DEFEND
HER AniTODE TOWARD
Atat'AS TO KATjlVlNTE BR E A I)
UT OTHER .ATIOlS CAN'T. J
markable because the 'communists at.
i;Y COXTRACTS AT PEAl'i: TI ME I
PRICKS WILL PROBABLY BE t
MADE BY BOARD.
Demous'ration.s in ISome.
(By Associated Press.)
tor.trjition ha bpen organized to greet
j Premier" Orlando whjen he. returns to-
TUP unDPJDnn nnPl-Qllir! demonstration seek to' show le
iiiL'iuivnuo yum who-
.premier tiiat the country is backing-
r (.By Associated Press) .
PARIS April 25.:--An jjnerease "in
recent meetings .urged the can'-t
tinuation of the. strike.
A -big factor in the situation Is aid
j - (By Associated Ptvw.t
.1 VASfU.;TOXf April- 2:.--Thf. dor
aBb Wrong" Goes Wrong;
tth cabinet in its present attitude -
. j Because he was acquainted with
.. President 'Wilson's- views of the Italian
WILL. ATTEMPT TO TKK. IT; claims. Thomas : -Nelson Page- the.
MATTER AT PJ.ENABY SESSION
- ; .(By Associated .Press!
PARIS. April 'iiiwriw rccotisidc;t
the . distribution ot 'Anmriftr
tijuius reinuvn 10 ujinzig.uas rputM"i cancel contracts for an Additional two
in h. dt cKsi.oh cuncfcrning the plt re f million tons f sU-el shir's H infracted-!
sutius of that City wh'ich "gdei-can-Uor dHrIn' ihe w.ir wnsinfin.nnpn.i rwi
t . . - 1 t CT ... - . . ...... p. .
sub rably -furUiet- . -towaA . tifyhig. dav fy rhair;an !lt.rlci-hf tin- Bnsii-d 1 Mexico -Aim- dtfeui her attitu'!
j American ambassador to Rome has
offered his resignation says Italia. -
. .- . " " . -' . .. A huge crowd of manifestgtnts par-
- - i ating- through the streets of Rome to-
fBy A-oiarcd Press V ward Uie caitol passed the American
B.t'KXOS AIRI'lH Ar. 2u. The Mex- "wnbassy iate today just as Ambassa-
ican minister todav- nnnovfn i. tlAt:or t aC cam1 "t tor a wallc. The
rv d i-4 u-t o:
iMijiiL xneipb :i n.n itW. polish tlcmauds than -iwrt ribntom-
t y .international ;ev.a service)
ATLANTA Ga. April 27. Do
tow-'ti.mnn"'rators shouted "Viva Ameri-
Ihmzig is to be creaiod virtuUly iis fa :Undcr consideration Kin- order tor
. ..B an j fliiiopoiiK'aa republic WitMh r the fhl at iipjico -prices lilslcad of Hteiti
IT. 1 a t a
losmg nip situ gsw; the itercme food ccmncil under Uie ' il-"uf nr aim mss -.upjuier .w.iiiRn 'ruMhu uu t-oiuuniuu. wiunn lac 1 o-rhigh war figu
losing the money. ;?btMimwish'ip of irorhert C. lloovcr. j JJon"prs?n- T-Ui ?n Walton county; ishi customs union and repi-esentod:.iii .. .-
v -aescritjtn some oil h rong ran in wrong uy. ureas.-: iiHvruimonui rviaiiuns. y- uie :.i oiimur' r
ir5 which thel - - i .. -v-'. 1 nur into -a house in Monroe and cutiitc dmlomnuc :or?)s. I
- x.' . - hi niiirii'Miiv i iii'i'ii'ii - i -j - - i . i r
r had endured in- . - !; . 'J.'r ('. . j.. j everything uih"le -in sutbt. jle bad als6' ' I Premiers in ScSihili.-'j : 1 " "INa1
aok lorn. Anrii Americans-ATii i : ......... . .
N'ork. Anril 2B.
Iconriuiie to eat vfhite br
I . - -JL -- - - I F . -. . - '
es.JU iiie ri.arnesi prcent ot toe
food ' miniiniPlra-tfoni
ttid federal wheat
A survey of -:tlie
burglarized another house
Grain Corncrh-. 5 years '.imprisonment.. Tiirqusn a tins- -ainioiuiceu
Premiers " Clenieuceny; utid i Lloyd
ra nearly Five years o on fh;6rge and . President AV-ilsohi -vill
urges and sentenced to fivcfineet in a conference. thi?'irftwnoon J
called attention to. the enormous cost
of transportinig the men to France af
ter training them in America the osttiuii.
nf fninninitinn and otber suitttlies lis- i1it-
ed. jind ihe heaiT loans which i h is lhas -Convinced 'fiie-'Idendhment that
government f4lt that it should malte to ; tite' American wheari siip ily-is suffi(?i' always acted right. - bus gone before ; jth revised draft oCthe .Letiguf
- The cancellation uf;Hll c.OHr!ict.sil: . (bo-Ionniq Doctrine at the inVri-. ca- 1 hev Ambassador replied
where the kools are ijojbtuxttiUy liU?'r' session of Uie itcace rwiiwnrp Italy."
uiCli organizes the League of Xa- .
ughty Movie Pictures
TBy International News Service.)
UsiTKRt)X ( ITY. Mo.. Anril 2
Tll(f tonics- t(i be AfiftRnnrinnc f.'m rl(w Mm "ii'iiiflil v"
it Uiivctnr. th-iake the sentences u;erc not ci: -'yp-wiiCnsscd have not- been nuuteipubhe. pictures in -moving picture houses Ju
Wheat docks ' rL hnd Do Wrong . vvtts dic to nerv'- A plenary' session of t lie litjace con- 'Missouri for at least another year.
rent and Do Wrong . was due to nerv'- A Plenary session of-the pence con- 'Missouri for at least am
another 'flve'yoars. but Act 'Eight vliarfWu-G mid Ionduy h .consi'd- The bill providing for ji
i State cenaor-
Of shin board has "been last and a niirlia-
All these eat tdjivvarnmt :
were necessary he of an;
He staled thai he pxnecfed farther . j
i nsuucf ions from Cdesicti City regard-!
mg reports cuneonUog his cotiutry'sj
stand-on the . ilnnro.e tloctriiu?.
UNDER llf IN HUNGAHT
Army Nurses to
HIXCAHIAX llORDEHS CLOSELY
UrARUEl) TO STOP L'XFAT-
V OUAIILE REPORTS.
naid in ordfer that Uie lives of theTlarvejjt
imcrimn "jrtiljHeru lniplit be JliarCil i '
.n.1 n4-l.AM .rnrnf. '5I1 laV "tli1
essary to cai'e for the thous-tn Js of men
who are shauered in mind and bod
as a result off the fearful st
which they liave gone.
a.eo7t:;iuOT prouuctipn i uie atate J'nson uoininitioc io nave: ry"" ' "" ;-""-" wwi ? . muiuury- ruie.picyc-ju? consideration oi f
Mvhcat flopr uhtil the pext r the . sentence effectivif -con.currenl !y.'UI ' ueaij .is maj nc com- a committee substitute which . has
" 1; ' " ; Minis' saving Do .Wrong five years ad-fl'-lfnl.ilt tlmt time. The. session. will. :een. prepared. Tndcr the rule no.nrfW
-- - . .1- Iditiohal servitude. ' Ilofh :ire negroes. !!' 'l1'" public. It is- under- ..biife Ciiii be iiitroduceVi. . except by
. . : ' " - ! mod that if the-coventml is tippvovetl Kumuiimoits consent and this could jioi
lit i- ill li.i ii'i'i.ln imlili iiYVi-.l'itiri' 1 i'i- .... 4 ' " - .
TV rr j o.n j t. - i-.....v .......v.i. )-e oi'iaineu oecjuise several senators
jL7oys rinu oini ana j
jCoM Wave Sweeps
tmggle thru .. np TP
His address) lfemtory Last or
of. the great r . J
I the Mississippi
Go On a Plain Drunk
was closed with a picture
sacrifice whij;-h hundreds of our own f;
Brown county liovs have made tiar-:
ing the war and a comparison -of this
sacrifice with' that which tiie Chilians
are tailed upbn 10 make in subscribing f-
to the Victory loan..
1) F. Johnson was th lasi sneaker.
hLs address being Closed with a call 'for
nilicnrintinnc It itm'lnfin ttr fiJlirl lbnt
' ...-! i.-ir-. j..-!ver inearly all the territory
the rnited States but titbit had 'uotflH' nw
been in vain. Thousands of lives ;iuive
been given up by Americans nut mil-
lions of American Pves have been sav-
ed by the earlv conclusion of the war.
he said adding that many of those
who are returning from ovcrsejiS are
wrecked in mind and Iwdy and will rej
nuire the attention of the government'
for years. TJie government must havo;lf1
money to care for them. Twu fftine a
foniuarison of Tiberius wiUi Christ.
rimi nf tie former Kaiser with Presi4a ff!!J lf approximately $l2rn00().0(
dent Wilson.' adding Uial our president rwhjyf wln l P:hj the ".schools- about
js now waiting to know what . tbe piayjp.st. k
imnriMn Jennie ure Eoins: to do about i -Ji: . . t
iaV l' " fr - -- -- j
this loan. "We should support. 1iim
with all our heart and soul rcgard-
(P.y Associated l?ress) .
WASHINGTON; Aprilj 25. A -gpn-end
;old wave yithf snoy fljirrles jl'i'l
findzkug temperatures prevailed ;tdday
'"- . li- ; 1 ..j
Dollar Per Capita Is
. jpportionea to.otate
bchools tor May L
(P.y International Xcws Service.)
BAKER. - Ore. April 23. With do
blear-eyed and wobbly in their underpinnings-
staggering along suburban
streets and in otbo'r ways acting
queer police officer's are beginning to
take notice oT a serious condition of
the canine population of "Uaker. !ln
recent 'days many of tbe;unroi:tun;ll.e
brutes . have been sent to the pound
and the last one captured had to jbo
killed. Kyery symptom points to tbiir
being drunk ' and .the belief is that
1 the keen scent of the four-legged
tiplers has "hosed" out a moonshiitc
1 plant. And now tbe officers .are ' lak-
DRGE LOM WOIKERS
TO LABOR DILIGENTLY
-like to see tjie "nauty" pictuvea.
r . i iif it.w -v.- .ii .i ii'ini'i
TO AT - OVEIN
ATmy Flier Starts
from Fort Worth' to
(By Associated Press.)
. FORT WORTH. April LT.. Major T;
AUCaulcy. the jirmy ffier. left-hero
rtoday at 7 o'clock for New York".Cify
in his airplane lie will; try to reach
New York tonight traveling by way of
(By Associated Press.)
STIN Texas April 2.i An . ap-
bnniatit of one dollar per capita
.of sholasti'.'s was loday; anu.ounce.(i by
lliftStaro ftmrd ofi lidnbation making
We must do our part toward paymsij
4i. i.sii r.L. T.nvo Mnt In nino lmetrS
iXIU U1II UUI iixjja .i u. --
(Continued from page 3)
TAFT AT SHEIUIAX.
(By AssoeiateH JPreus.)
and they will come back to us.fy ftesment iati arrival ben; today v
we.mu$t pay the expense of their jy W. venison lie win speair to- v
. It Is a mighty small payment . v--
for the return of two millioni f ''uv"u.r; y. wm nar i- -v
w .j- ii uce nun. i -i - j v
ng precautions to prevent iwo-jeggen
animals of another specie acting in a
Mother-in-Law Must Be
Boarded Free Says Court
(By International-News Service. i
CLKVKLANI). Ohio April 2:. "The
law presumes Hint you must board
your "mother-in-law free of charge
through flHal love and affection. I
cannot grant you this money ($2740)."
That's what Judge .Me.Mahon here
told Albert Kellish who sought to col-
lect for five years' board and ropm
from liis mother-in-law Mrs. Frederick
. Vlf rtiinl's constitutional liberty give
me dpalh" Kellish: shouted as - he
sulked from the "courtroom.
(By Associated -Press)
WASHINGTON pi-il: 2t?.Tlie' fear
tl at many people regard the? Victory.
m a? certain of succOsh witjumt tlio
usiiai efforts was 'exiwrf'sdd hnlay ii
the Treasury's official .review of" tbtii
an campi'tign.- 1 ' .
There were 'no additional reports to
Hu'se Uie nationjft total subscrfptious
ujiov.e $;59(Jr)00000 reported last night.
(3EHMAV (iOUIMERS AKIUVK . '
" (By Associated1 Pi ess.) ' '.-
i- "Alt IS. April 2".. Tho (.crnin-; "
official couriers in hdvaiice-or tbe '
Oil-man delegation to the ponce
r confeix'nce arrived'.'at Versailles "J
& today. .. -
- - v ' -J-
Art ;or Boxing!
( Bv. Asskiciated Press)
1 . (By Associated Press.)
GENEVA-. Aoril 23. The Czecho-
; Slovak's have attacked Wadzen twea-r
ty inilesf northeast of Budapest which
is expected to fall soon. The French
FO RT VO RTt . April' 2B.V-Armv!irniips.hte sai(l to be aUlln. the Rou.
nnrsfs iti Camp-Howie must take box
'manians in their advauce in eastern
ing lessons Harry qihiVtlie l0 advice3 receiv.
instriilor.. bns" llemi nkippil- m linrire ; . . ... .
- - . : T ;e here trom Vienna
of Oie athletic squads and U' start i
the clashes i i. tiaini'ng oi. Wcdiintday
hexU - "
. BERLIN. April 25. Hungaria.. has
hermetically closed all her borders In
I an effort to control the Roumanian in-
Ivasion and prevent unfavorable news
ALMOST FIVE MILLION PERSONS
HAVE DIED IN INDIA AS RESULT
I OF SPANISH INFLUENZA EPIDEMIOL
."(By Associated Press.). j ;
LONDON April 2r-AIimst five have died in thoir native stales from
million persons have died in British the saiue cause according ui a report
India from Spanisb influei.ra. -and of he .Indian-govorhm'ont; made pub-
fully a million others are believed to lie here
Cows Must Carry Lights .
On Horns or Ori Tails
-' - - ' ttroui escaping from the country. -Re-
(By International News Service) . torts from Budapest indicate that the
PIII.LADK.LPmA'.. Po.. April 2:.-: sItation is grave.
A bill is now iu the hands of Pcnn- j
sylvania State legislators AVhich pro-Xo Live Long and
vtdes for the placing of aj. least oiiej nd cn . 17 -
winto liKht on. tuo. horn r tail of aj - Prosper Don t Worry
bull or covau(l also On ahimatTdrawn j
vehicles "oim hour after sunseu j (By International News Service.)
And the light must be visible for n CHICAGO. April 27. How to live'-
distance of at least (Wo hundred feettlcl?; aU(l ln'osner is eas according to
fore . or aft of vehicles and nhimnls rursr: -u-uzauein u uiiains wno 3ust cet-
One object of tho bill is to eliminate
joy riders in -motor cars ainl other
vehicle who bt'cmne" more "interested
in joy riding and all that goes with it.
froth "throwing the bull" and remind
thorn of. the rights of noctumar quadrupeds.
Belgian King and Queen
-Visit Occupied Area of
the German Territory
(By Associated Press.) .
IHUTSSBLS April. 2.-.. King Albert
and Queen l'Mizabeth ot Belgium leu
today by airplane for Boclioii Ger-
many where th?" Itelgian and British'
troops occuiiy Coriinn territory iu
that region: .
"Tebrated " her ninety-seventh- birthday
"Take life easy don't worry be.
moderate cat three full meals a day
drink tea. no coffee and keep .smil-
ing ami laugh boisterously once fn a
while" says .Mrs. Williams!
She. practices just what she preach-
es docs this kindly smiling grand-
mother who added: "I feel just as
well todsy as I did fifty years ago."
Weather forecast for Brown-
wood and vicinity: Tonight .and
Saturday cloudy; probably show-
ei-i?; cooler tonight; warmer Sat-
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