Brownwood Bulletin (Brownwood, Tex.), Vol. 21, No. 272, Ed. 1 Friday, September 2, 1921 Page: 3 of 6
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top with confectioner's sugar and
chopod nota. Cat in pieces measuring
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three layers of pastry.
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IH- 1". tkaHoftr TheJaTam
HT THE STATE CAPITAL
INTERPRETATION OF LAW . BY
EMBERS J)F IiEGIStATURE
IS gET ORTH.
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: '(By Associated PrcssO
- AUSTIN. Sept. ' 3 urta'r :the first
yt Jcalledseesio of .the thirty-seventh
N v I TiutSR lurislaturn 'the Dban law was
jsYeryjBfnroer 01 ina jcgiaiaiuio bw
ed '.to Kavea different version and
opinion of 4hclaw. and it appearodj
that every m&ioi Jibem wanted to ex-
press ' sUc 'opinions the floor of
he body in 'whtcfi they happened to
belong. ' "
Since the Jegislature adjourned and
the peoplebave had. time to think ov
er the publicity 'given th& Dean Act
through the press of the state; numer-
ous queries have been received at the
capital as to.the exact status of the
law at present that is if the governor
signed' the bill.. Iff 'stilt before him
and he has taken no action en it on
August 30.-" a.
The impresfjon evidently Is preva
lent in various places that "home
browing" is now allowed under the
Morris amendment to'the law accord-
ing to letters received in Austin. In
fact one state paper is said to have
published an editorial to that effect.
But the law a finally passed reads
in section. 1 as follows:
"That it shall be unlawful for any
person directly on indirectly to man
ufacture sell' barter exchange trans
port export deliver 'solicit take or
ders for orturnish spfrJtous vinous or
raalt liquors 'or indicated' bitters ca
name of producing intoxication or
any other intoxicant whatever or any
equipment for making any such li-
quors or to possess or receive for the
purpose of sale any such) liquors here
This section clearly states that it
shall be unlawful to manufacture in
toxtcating liquors. The fact that the
last line' in the clause is set olf from
the rest oc the section by a comma
eliminates" the possibility oi the entire
section being connected with the
words "for the purpose of sale." These
. I words apply only to the lafct clause
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"or to poaeees or receive for the pur
pose of Wlo ny" slich Hquor3 herein
prohibited" legislators say.
' Not Unlawful to Buy.
However the section does not make
H ual&wfai to purchase s-uch liquors
This provision of the original Dean
law is sirkken out. It is similar to
the way Gayer nor NefT wanted the law
amended. He wanted it written so
that the booUagger could be convict-
ed on the unsupported evidence ot the
purchaser of the liquor or an accom-
plice. Under the wiginal Dean bill
the purchaser is as guilty as the sell-
er despite the fact that court records
show few cases of charges of pur-
chasing liquors. There is a provision
la th 141 i; a4o that the purchaser
transporter or .poosoosor of any of the
liquors prohibited herein shall not be
be in ;iaw or in fact to be an accom
plice when a witnees in any such
It is noted in section 1 that although
it exempts the "purchaser from the
previsions of the law it expressly
names the "transporter' Therefore as
pointed out by Representative Morris
of Medina county author of the
amend moat a person may buy all the
liquor her wants from a bootlegger
and still not be guilty of an offense
"tmder'tbe provisions of this new bill.
But if that person walks across the
street with the liquor he has purchas-
ed he is then guilty ia the eyes of the
law of transporting it and is liable for
prosecution. ? Representative Morris
expressed Rby saying that "a man can
drink all he .wants as long as he don't
carry any away in hia pockets."
iiSWOvar; Um k w is not intended to
punish the purchaser. It is made for
the seller the manufacturer the de-
liverer and the transporter.
The new bill also exempts the pos-
sessor or receiver of intoxicating li-
quors provided that "in ease he is
charged with either possessing or re-
Porch dresses of a good grade gingham neatly trirrasied
at neck and sleeve with Poplin and some with Organdie
L IO 1C 10. Af AO P'.m-I.v'm
Sizes IO IO JU JU tj J"U ivcguKu f-Sft-p
and up to $3.50. There are twenty-four of the and
will be offered tomorrow for
s Arranged down stairs ok tables for your easy selectiou.
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PHONES 1 56 and 1 57
We arVadvised this morning by some of ther whoctale 1
houses of advances on cottqn.-goods and. we believe it.
advisable to make Jfour purchases of staple cotton ma
terials now. '
cdving he can prove that he did not
receive it and docs not possess it for
"the purpose of sale." The conclud
ing sentence In section 1 sets this forth
The measuro also differs from the
original Dean act in the manner of
The Morris bill sets out in section
2a that "it shall not be unlawful for
any person to manufacture sell bar
ter spiritous vinous or raalt liquors
or medicated bitters for medicinal
scientific or sacramental purposes
subject to the provisions of this act.'
Uader the original bill it was up to
the state to prove that the party charg
ed did not come under the four pro
visions set out in this section. Under
the new version it is up to the party
under charge to prove that his case
does come under one of these four
nrovlsions. in case he seeks to use
one of them as a defease.
SAYS TBI TO
for Army Training
New Specially Frefmroi m Convratont
Tabkte Fena. Why Ready leieee
Are Often Tfch an4 Aasamia.'
(By Associated Press.)
01 iduwu 'NtlHSS
supply the beaenciai pbyaicai enecia
formerly secured by the German
youths through compulsory military
training and to -give an opportunity
for sports and play -which ia said to
be needed to save the German youth
from "utter moral ruin" is being
made by the Academical Sport asso
elation composed of university pro
fessors and by student clubs in vari-
The European Student Relief offices
here have been asked to supply mate
rial and leaders for organised a
Ietics and if possible to secure
services ot E. W.r Brennan director ot
athletics with the American ?army of
occupation at Coblenz and as soon as.
the American troops are withdrawn.
Physical training the German or-
ganisations contend would be one of
the "greatest regenerating influences"
which could at thia time be brought
to bear upon the youth of the new re-
public. Although there is a wide-
spread movement to provide7 sufficient
play-ground for children there has
been little progress heretofore toward
supplying the German youth with or-
ganised athletics or systematic physi
Even big eaters are nna-ncwmV
ed emaciated aad rua-down-
the modern diet ot meat"
prepared foods etc. ia aisaoot ontsf--
ly lacking in the essential element of
alt foods rRamines the on clamant
that is needed to make no atioinr.
active and full of energy. And now
Science has learned that
yeast contains millions of
A little .yeast token bfor any
completes the diet.- stakes
grow .more sturdy- canoes signs ot oof
age to diminish aad ' biM '-up eav
hansted. run-down systems. It Ja aiso
wall-known Iftrnt yeast Htsmioes.nto a .
apiedid.reMdy far hoik.' iMavanti;
bias pimples etc . .
These facts aava Ions; been ptoran
by exporimonta ia great iim&kt-
sittutione bat th real pr.aWain' ;Hf
what form to take yaaai konir
lately been solved! Tfbr the comm'ea
yoast cake intended to bo nsat in
raising bread is merely a 'mas-
shift It. contains only ahmst M jftr
yeast (he aest bemt; stareii and asaf
er. And thM smalt perecataav bf yaaat
is less aatiUaetory docton
the liquid Brewer's yoast.
Now at laat the
building ingMdSuits. baa
the maBiest In
IRONIIBD YEAST. cm b
rchased of any druggist. They ara
specially prepared teate
and supply -yeast vitamin ia
centrated strength They are
ant to take and will
You'll know before Aamfcfe tfce Brat
box that it's .doing yon good. IMf.
I ZED YEAST costs bat little mort br
tna aose than does the eonsae
out is' much mom o9eette.
package contains If days'
and costs .only $lJft-ror on4yin n
dar. Get a package oi IBOHBDlO
YRAST today special dtreethms ioe
children in each packages t .
(By Internoionnl Haws STloa.;
NSW YORK enc X tinnlMijf
is the koynoto of aft iMmiCHaa
seaaon. It is deeiaiitty Mtieoailn'
smart ctothos tor oaalirm -
A few diatinet nosnges iaan baoa
mad.t Tun wnmUten is iowotni; 0at
preferred neckline is eal; thai
is wider than formerly.
Parte uses black for csilMran
America thia moo ia
except in the party frock: of
wo- far Amertaui
necatodtlM eHlet. ot Pnclnlsmt stUli
bo loninf. Tte RmatsKQt WWmfr
drsssoa has not boon altered.
Colors atffl hold iway. Brlht asm
relteve the aombra osoa whO' itNn
yellow and iamboyaat radt ilro; noaA to
Ughtaa practical frooka of sorgo. TMs
snbstanUal material retnina ita Bvror
for uUltty frocke whilo
velvet dominato for fowsnl
colored erepe frooka nai
broidered batiste reania tav
LUfcWI! 7n No. it iant atmifhtj
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Brownwood Bulletin (Brownwood, Tex.), Vol. 21, No. 272, Ed. 1 Friday, September 2, 1921, newspaper, September 2, 1921; Brownwood, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth343625/m1/3/: accessed April 25, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Howard Payne University Library.