Brownwood Bulletin (Brownwood, Tex.), Vol. 20, No. 205, Ed. 1 Saturday, June 12, 1920 Page: 4 of 8
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BROWNWOOD BULLETIN JUNE 12 1920
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f&TEXT WEEK IS TO be clean-up
f CLEAN-UP WEEK.
week according to the proclama-J
tign issued by Mayor John R. Looney i
last Tuesday. The coming of the
Temple Commercial Club trade sxcur-
km on "Wednesday gives an r added
rjeason for making tlie most ot the
time given for clean-up work on the
first two days of the week and it is
the fervent hope ot th$ Mayor and
many others who are interested Jn
the clean-up campaign that there jr-ay
be a general response Monday in -rn-'t
ing to the appeal for a general clean-
ing o the entire city.
vThere is no need for arguing the
lieed for a clean-up campaign because
if; is so well recognized by every citi
zen. Let the. people therefore unite
mext week in cleaning- and beautifying
the entire city continuing the work as
long as may bevnecessary to accom-
plish the desired result
'The street work that .is now mder
ray is accomplishing two things: It
"Is remedying a bad condition that has
been tolerated helplessly by the ped-
nle for the past two or three years;
and it is demonstrating how easily and
practically the necessary repair work
can Ke done.
;tOf course it Is none of our busi-
ness and we are only mildly inter-
ested in the probable nominee of the
Republican party at Chicago ut if
the Republicans should happen to
tinmlnate "William Howard Tart wei
would be compelled to gie them cred-
it for a great deal more common sense
and decency than they usually xlis-play.
mum 'iwMr i mm:
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I .-Mcoenrrtfbn -7 - - . r- II I
IIU OF CHINA
INTO LEAGUE FAVORED 81
TIM1M.K A Oil A Ji OK FOR THE FAK
KAST. VftmLb IHYALirAHIiK
. . TO Aiil I'OlVEUfj.
PKKX .Tune 12. China should.be
Sdinitted as a me -utter of the Anglo-
i .TnpaneHe alliance thus making it a
Triple Alliance .for the Far" fiast. c-
cording to the conQluoions reached
by the Peking and Tieh-Tsin Times in.
a lengthy series of aiticles deal's Ug
rXvlth the approaching renewal of the
AngiorJapaneae pact. Tae paper says:
'The trs'Uy should be modified in
so far as necessary to make China a
party. It is u serious departure front
state ..railways uncrutedumler British
supei-visionf. -. '
"Tlie practice pf treating" the na-
tionality of members of the customs
service employed in the higher branch-
es' of the service at Tsingtao and
Darien as a test of fitness which in
effect places the heads of the customs
in thrse ports under jurisdiction ofan
interested power ' shoutfi he discon-
Umieft; -; -r ti .; . . ;
;! "Britain' and Ja-panshouUl imtialjy
agree 16 withdraw their 'post qhlces
from China' as. soon as 'France. Italy t
Ldwdiin Forging to Position
(Continued from page. one.)
Poindexter 15 Sutherland 9 Borah Tt
Dupont 2 LaFoIlelte 24 Wat3on 2. "
Fourth Hallot. J
"Wood 314 Lo-den289. .Johnson
HO. jJoover 5 Harding $1 Sproul
79 li Coalidse ;25. Butlei '20 Knjjx jg;
Foindet'er'i5 Sutherland 3 Bornh Vn
liupont 2 "LaFollette 22. Watson. 4
and the united Statesare prepared to! 4 Home grown ifaeans. Adams Caslj
do 'likewise' . . UndCarfv 19fitfet
the " tui.Uil
d TH E P AnR SON'S GOLVM N'L
"A Thliaer of Shreds and Patches"
relations icr two Powers to enter into '.
an agreement respecting tlie interests
of a third power without the hitter's :
assent and Mie whicli in our own view'
ought nott in thi.? instance to be per-
lictuated. The inclusion of China in;
t what would then hoi.ome a Triple A1-!
lianoe for the preservation of peace
in the Far East and the maintenance--
of her integrity and independence and
of the principle of eiual opportuni-
ties for tiie commerce antt industry of
-ri 1 1 nations would constitute tne mostr
effective guarantee that nothing affect-1
ing her welfare would be done byj
i oithtir of the other parties without j
full and frank consultation with her"!
. Uesldos the admission of China to
ine pun. ujo 1 imes proposes a series;
h China shall be safe-
CHftrilnn. ()nf of tlu'sp wnii Id iirinir.
'riient of Health who said that larger' . T1 t1wi n n oh-- enJ
!a 'member of the State Bureau Of.san"iaiuaro0 'iv whic
itary Engineers oi tlie State Depart-' gUfinj'e(' " 0no
-'irifies of the state might do well toj
notes that the
city and coun-
.y officers are-
running h e
trick on Dr.
)the puhlic by
' they are ready
to act when a
which he can "substantiate" in regard
to the restricted district and vice gen-
erally in Brownwood. Tie Parson
has in hjs "day had some experience in
this lni 'He has pever preached on
the jSiibjfect of vicc conditions bur he
has never feared to express '.himself
in what ihe considers a' more appropri-
ate manner. ' -
First (6f all it is unfaiii -to aslc a
creignty over tin; Liao Tung penin-
sula ' including Port Arthur and the:
dencv to clorifv the Irish-allie. uf follow tlie cxiwnple of Eastland.
uermany; against the attitude of un-1 n .nni'Mus i!'BWllu""n l" revc-rsipn of the South 'Manchuria rail-i
friendliness towards Croat Britain; to prevent the spread of disease. '-' roar to Chinese control at the
against the callgusness toward suffer-M'ierlihugen said. "With one sewerage! piriUion of . dt1!nile 1)e'rioi. Other!
iug and disease and -the refusal to Jcke.I plant .complete and operating "'".conditions in'oposed aie' summnrizedt
active measures to end these before we 'Plans being made for a second. sewerag joJ0Wf:
ourselves are -engulfed ui them. No oxteiiEions bohig laid into the outlying; ..The indCM)r.ndence of China toctay'
platform that shall condone this na-.j. districts a uniform system dr garbnpe Js vi0j.lt0( b'v tjl(; )rescnce ulon XV:X'-
tlonal apostasy from . the American J 'Collection being worked out with a;soji 0f foreign garrisons other than
meais oi-two years ago win oe wormy ten-ton incinerator ainiusw cgiui'i"--1 l!lo trnons provided for nndr tho TtlM :
Ameri-ftwo chlorinatinr machines ordpv-i. pr0loCoI am the ljmjtet number ofi
land a water impounding resevoir rnilway gl!a!(ls smutted for thet
covering 40ii acres and with a capacity. ewirrnr nr nn Tmhirrn n.il
Suppose you were to go to church : for 100000 population for two years. m!-- v.-ci. ;..!.....
. - ' v A I V III IV1I1I O. VI i till
of the supprt ot a Cliristian
onday? Jurie 14th
f;all the problems lhat such-an increase! l!rlajn all0lu insiHt
j would necessarily bring in -Its train eomliUon recedcnt' n)
Eastland Is Clean
and Sanitary Says
SanitarV Engineer Different fcirids of Eyes Nee
J ! different kinds of glasses. Our koowl
the renewal of
ure well on the way td solution. ' le Anianco upon the withdrawal of!
1 "uramag nus. -not oeen loj-gouen n j!JaneS0 tr00I)s on Chinese soil'
;ahi storm sewers and paving taking hose presence is not provided for inj
cart- 01 nus
important feature are treaties or agreements in operation out
I July 13. inn
J ' AHIlOUgn
(By Associated Pref.)
nreacheit or anv other nrivntpi fii7oi! aito-mv t...... t m .i 1
' 1' .'M.t lews juill- l. CiUSUuIlU.i il.oct.c fnncnlt
to seek (out and produce evidence j a TcXas o.i city which increase ifcvesHi't b le
against jaw-breakers of any sort. The population from 1-00 to 1.2.000 in ap- ' S!
instant he flnos sn Iip i'c invnlvoH f o! . .... flu iD.npm.
edga.: skill and experience insures a
i perfect fitting for all eyes' .that need ! tiJn . w Tsingtao be-'
Tfingtao was forcibly
occupied y Cermany .in 1S9? - herj
administration of the port and -leased-
icrriinry aroused no serious onnosi-
Consult Hr. Stanley for all
'JWe have a hunch that before anoth-
er twenty-four hours General Wood
.ill feel exactly irke a man who has
tbet a million dollars and lost it. 4
-j.lt occurs to us that the
General's department Is going to cause
t.great deal of inconvenience and
Iprobably embarrassment for the hotel
-Bd restaurant .men and accomplish-
very little toward reducing the irice
of sugar iby "re-establishnlg the war-
time 1 rationing Bys'tem for the public
eating places. For some eighteen
months the people have been demand-
ing an answer io- their jnquiry as to
the cause for the advancing costs of
sugar and'so far no satisfactory an-
swer has ti&n received.. That there
is- profiteeriag at sdme point in the
rdgar industry lis the generally :ac-
cjpted belief' and the. business pf. the
'3ttiorney General ' should be first to
iiecover 'that .point. Rationing will
. reduce the consumption to some ex-
tent but it will not reduce prices.
jWe have lands placed vrith us to be
invested in-land notes. If you have
MtM that yen wish to sell or ttr re-
ew see us. If notes are acceptabHe.
purchase at once preventing tbi
. T. C. YANTJS
ISItfc "JOHN T. YANTIS;
NOTICE TO 31HE PUBLIC.
.'The Lambeth Swimming Pool will
'fce- closed down until Jane 18th on
account of motor -trouble. Watch the
Bulletin for notice of opening. 205c
:: Mr Henry Meyer teacher pi
.Tftso Harasony and Vol6e. Summey
Daail Baker College and 310
; .Baker 6t . 202tfc
wtra diarffe for deliveries on
jusuuji ne aoes so ne is involved in a
private iOuarrel. On the other hand
the officials of the city can. ''take the
matter-in hand. and it isa Question of
public policy only. Such officials may
not aga$r he elected but tliere is no
personal feud with anybody!
Next it is not the business of auy
private citizen to undertake the ad-
ministration of public .affsirs. The
city ani;. county ofiicials are: elected or
appoint sworn and paid . for .that
very purpose. In a matter so notorf-
Fous as that of the houses" in Brown
wood here should "he no great difficul
ty itf officers of ordinary intelligent"
md commoriChonesty speedily putting
an end to the defiance of the law in
u 4 4 '. i ;
The. Parson notices that the city and
county Officers intimate that if the
public wll pay them ;for ihe neces-
sary aciiviry and vigilance Ithey will
put an end (o the present ; condition.
But forrhat In the name of common
sense ar-e they paid5'Il the salary is
not sufficient for thein let them say so
to the proper authorities; and if those
authorities do not see fit to increase
their'remuneration -let theni fesigu.
and leaife the authorities lh supply
their places. One thing Is certain.they
are not aid a salary however insuffi-
cient to !make excuse's;
The Parson sfUJ not now again dis
cuss thegeneral. fldestfon If there is
one? thing that common sense' and ex-
perience Iteachek. more plainly than"
anotberiiitIs. that regulation which f
means license neither decreases the
amount pf vice otherwise .existing nor
tends to bring a.more desirable condi
tion of private morality. ilt should be
remembered that the .fish t is not on
mere immoraiity as. sUch-that must !
be made fwarpbnrbyrothermethotls--
it Js against the opeir commercializing J
of vice- which is altogether liuegal.
How dqesj Tesfas like her position
educationally? The parson'.uotcs that
she stands thlrty-nintbion tlie roll of
states. lavafl standssixteeh and the
Canal -iZono eleven' above.4ier "while
Porto Hipo is .o'nly two -belowaher. "
The Parson .takes this from The Lav-
ing Church one of the foremcist of the
journals pf his churchy He endorses
every word of it; . "Before a platform
has been published or a candidate has
-been nominated ve niake our lolemnj
protest as American and as Chris-
tians before God. and. the nation
against the popularjp6jcy-to( nations
Belflshnefs whichappears to 'be ih the
ascendant!; agaidst the .formal deser-
tion "of our allies; against the attempts
to make at separate peace without hon-
ors aaainst the refusal to take an ac
tive nart in thet reorganization of Eu
rope; aSst thetefupal to act asHrst
friend to the Armenians (though with-
out mafafaJnJ thatjve are bound to
which -vn xenagrctr;;;; ayamgt tne wir-i
t'ation. according to h. O Bemhi. ?-n.
Try a Want Ad
."j came a base for warlike operations ;
against .Allien atiippinp. 'Hie tiermau;
! methods of administration were liberal !
compared with hose of the Japanese.
NEW METHOD TABLE GAS RANGE
Over 1 00 satisfied customers ip Brownwood using
the New Method is your best guarantee in addition
to this we give you a five' year guarantee that the
New'Meihod will stand the test.
--Four Top and One Swinging Simmering Burner. One
Uprjer Baking and Broiling Oven.
A compact handsome range. Low in price but .navs
Ing New Method patented steel burners and 6ven
and broiler construction. ' - i ' 1
.i. ' . .. .
rAsk us for names of Brownwood people who are us-
ing this stove. Prices from $27.50. to $97.50. ' ' .
The best values. are represented in the above cut
re ainiinu to make it a closed
jHoct. The ' restoration to Chimi ofi
jTsingtau. under conditions which -
gaarantee equaiity of treatment to all!
the powers should therefore be insist
ed upon by Great Britain.
j "Tie? Shantung Railway which is at
! present being .ed mainly to exploit.
-Japanese intenvts and as a pretext !
for the pre8(-n;e of Japanese garri-'
jsons in Shantung shotihl bt-coni a'.
jChincf-e governmei.t Ktate raihv iy (
jr.jieratcd h? a Chmo-.Iopane: admin-
Istration. on tfr:u& similar to thel
18 People; Music Vaudeville Qornedy Drama; Change
of Program Every'Day for One Week. Opening Play
Will be a 4-act Eastern Comedy Drama:
HER COWBOY VISITOR
This company claims the record of longest continuous
run of any entertainment in the U. S. A. 13 solid years
without closing and attributes its success to its policy of
truthful honest and clean methods. This company 'is
now playing a two week's engagement at Brady and
anyone there will be glad to tell you this show is the
best and cleanest entertainment seen anywhere.
Admission : 20c for all children under 10 yeais of age;
30c for everybody over 10 years or age.
These prices include all taxes.
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We are going to sell a lot of gobds throiigK-
out the house at Marked Reductions. '.L-
Every department will be. representedShoe Department: V
Ready-to-Wear Department Men's arid Boys' GJpthing. arid '
many items in Dry .Goods
he'bigpecialin Dry 'Goods wiirfefr
if?'K'''."";v;: iV''-:' 'fC8&
' Georgette Crepe V . ..v YiM.? :nr; - :j--xVmj'
Lrepe de Chines . .. --r k--. r fevi4Sk
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