Brownwood Bulletin (Brownwood, Tex.), Vol. 20, No. 192, Ed. 1 Friday, May 28, 1920 Page: 1 of 4
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VOLXX: NO. 192
PRiCE FIVE CESTS:
BROWNWOOD TEXAS FRI0AY MAY28 1920
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LadsMl Twenty-Mne of Required IFwo-Thirdb Major-jj-
fcy WSm Put to Tett Be fore Menbershq of the
.j. Hbtwe; Wter Power BUI Before President.
1 0r AsMcUted JPre'ss.)
W.IMlfGTQtV May 23. Am effort
lto.wwrMe tfa frs Mfit's veto of the
TtMiatieft failed tooar i& the
HM ret iMtee 219 for and 132
nWcik was ut 2$ lees tfcam
lit ntviMd two-tWrts aaorKr.
mItk rsfort oa the lea?
water power feill was approv-
&m g tc ad tke aseaeare row
fM to Ua PreudBt.
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Sfr Jkcsocjftici Press
mMOMOTON Hay 28. Ia the ef-
Jnrt M 4afMt wjMUacriaaBte sale" of
m tiw vmcripdeBs of physl-
Oowtoilaifr Williams of the
at IvUraal JUvjbbiw isesed a
MftTt MnltteKith Mher of
Jtowei 'te MKk pkraiciaa to
wnrjr &ree-3&oh6 except
wltfe sood cavsej'
m wiH cox.
By AsMttsd 'Press.)
J iHIJTOM; ifar 2 By a Tote
et aic to tkrer liM feaaAe AsricuIUr-
ai Oepeadttee te&yrireL a farora-
44 report oa -the JfcXary -bill pro-
"Miac ief ml alMirfo on. all export
OrnSmi FwmJy Not
By Aseocieied Press.
XCUrr IlL May A year or sol
Jim jiiohi if broke tato Mrs. Clara.
Teefa hW M Lockport sear here
aerf steie ewewc other thtegs a uan-it-
of raieiae. iCra. Tost aolcea &
0tia iMNkN wh4lfeirglar was- The
jaoa eae daini paid It was a family
fvac kt door. mte Ihe family
teext ?eer hiejCho it there was
ikowi. They solvit was slasher libel
jfcMMairot aatTfake. 'AM to prove it
ftM a salt for fZ9.ow again&t tne
The" suit will be
OIL WORKERS TO
BV h. p. board
FINE ABTS AND GYMNASIUM
BUILDINGS TO BE UNDER CON-
STRUCTION IN FEW DATS.
HURON ANOTHER OF SED;LINRSGOE- INTO
OTE ON STRIKE
XAT JOIN BUILDING CRAFTS IN
STSECE AGAINST THE OPEN
(By Associated "Press.)
WICHITA jFAUJS May 28. Organ-
ized oil field gas well and refinery
workers of Wichita Falls and vicinity
aumfberiag several thousand held a
meeting Thursday night in connection
with the labor situation. libor lead-
ers declared that the United Oil Work-
ers will -yotei in a few days on Joining
the (building crafts in a general strike
as a protest against the open shop
JLpp roximatejy five huadried work-
mm. are idle asd it is naderstood that
five thousand building craftsmen will
take a vote 6a the strike situation tonight.
fBy Aseociatsd Press.)
.PARIS 3tfay 28. Germany ias .sub-
mitted a -statement to thi Allied .Con-
trol Commission declaring: that twenty-three
hoaeaad-pieces of Qerman ar-
tillery remaht to he destroyed. Eight
hundred pieces have been Ibrokan up
according tq the newspaper Echo de
fYata- ia eoarf here.
MumoM WrmA to
Special Correspondjence. of the Inter-
?iaaUofaal ?jNews Service and Ihe
' London DaUy Express.
vBHRXKV" May 28. A German navaj.
engineer named Kadler has Invented
a'iiew type dtJooat which he declares
flwill. Revolutionize maval warfare. He
asserts that the Power controllteg this
craft need fear no other navy however
- The principal features of this vessel
are' its speetfj its torpedo capacity and
fits practical Invisibility. The metive
jower is crude oil and the boat has a
' fr J t M a TTvn rt - - ... 1 T.
LrOllgnDOy crai8ing speed1 ot twenty knots whils
(fly Asoocioled rees.)
PAXIS 5Cay 28-Pje8 ideal Wilson
he oroored that a steserlal day
wreatbtbe laid apoa the statae of thefc
doaghhoy" in the Sares-
Thf American Ambas-
wJH piece it there on Sunday.
gyeeiiaat .'Wlteoa detracted his fa-
lter lower eaoofTratte ia Paris to
this floral trXrate.
9TAST WEMi&TB OVER
tOTKI OF BRES.S
iWf IaienidoW -ws Service.).
MprX; T&ft&r-A. -woiaaaf
feocbalt etai aoJMoa founded here
Mi already sfactr aemfcrs have
X fwrioasleoatioversy now rages
cae amawiaax qaeswrn ut
Opiaioa is divided .on the rel-.
ative jaerita of akfrts or the aaual
Maar of ibe younger girls
sfMVort the adoption of
' arb wtth the aoqaMtioa of
Thoy argae that it is
to raavretl in skirts and
tiM sasao might a well he
tf it is sot to he played
41m ..saawnr oaa Iwiroierfea
linn 'for vpajgKwaa
ami toswfc mjk m Wwmjkt
to thair ffaflhrh
aaxillary engines will enable her to
develop' one of rorty-eignt Knots
She carries ten torpedoes which are
Ifired hy the steersman -who drives
the vessel aB one drives a motor-car.
At thejsonveat the torpedo is delivered
fthe steersman swings the Teasel round
touching: a llever -which enables the
boat to dart away like an arrow. A
further advantage is th extremely
shallow draught? which will allow her
'to sail over minefields with perfect
ease and safety.
.For. coastal voyages only two menu
are necessary out tor jonger trips
FuvnmMaditinn. can 'be arranged for
fJf teea. JCadler declares that with suf
ficient number of his vessels to guard
tports it wul "be Impossible for any
f.vnesel to enter or leave: The engines
coawleted the test in the' Autumn of
118. The correspondent has seen
cerunea copies otLeeuiooaiiiis irum
Germany's highgt Tiaval engineer ex
perts endorsing the Inventor's claims
faad advocating the construcUoa-. of
veeeels to his specification. Owing to
the armistice noae was ever twllt and
the iaveator is bow eaaeavoriar .to
dtopoee of his rights to a foreign pow-
It is understood that segotiations
are ja progress nrtwi .tae Italian au
thorities who Jtave already deposited
a ooasiderable svm.at a neutral bank
for the right of irPHOm
MoeMr is weirtoKWh; nl iiaval
circles and hold aa iatpAfiaat poeta.
Tie Board of Trustees of Howard
Payne College held a meeting which
jlastedtfirough most of the day T.hurs-
? rQ tr ' fVH Via -AliVrin'oa crntncv ntrnn -In
Iu.aiui3'e via. uici Jit
detail a number of matters pertaining
to the welfare 'of the institution and
at the conclusion- of the meeting Dr.
1m JMlras presld'ent: of Howard Payne
author'Ae4rthe following statementf
1. ' Howard"; Payife College" h)as
launched plans for two new buildings
on the c611ege Campus. . i
2. Tbe 'original' ( plabsof the 'board
were changed in ihjs.respec'f and both
new buildings are to be combinationr
al. One building Is to be located im-
mediately at the rear of the .former
high school building bought from the
city and will contain gymnasium and
swimming pool. This building will
cost $35000 and the intention of the
board Is to have the gymnasium open
by September 6 ready for the open-
ing of the nexterm at Howard Payne."
3. The building of another great ad-
dition facing Center avenue between
the present office building and the ad-
ministration building. This is to be
known as the Fine Arts building and
will conlain besides nine studios and
twenty-five practice rooms an audi-
torium; of the most modern kind to
be capable of seating from 1S00 to
2000 ipebflc This will he a distinc-
tive andijvaluable feature because it
wul be the. largest auditorium of any
kind betiiwlBbrt Worth ahdEl ?asd.
This wlll lje a most valuable asset for
all convention purposes and for led-
tares -heeasse the need of such an
auditorium has been brought home to
the people of Brownwopd on more
than one occasion. This great build
ing will'vcost $10b;00O. Plans for its
construction were gone over in detail
avtbe meeting of the board of trus
tees Thursiay and-approved in all
particulars'. Work -will start within
the h.ex few days and it is the pur-
pose of the board as In the case ot the
gymnasium building to push the struc-
ture to completion at the earliest pos-
sible date consonant it ith safe build
Plans for the gymnasium huildine
were resubmitted to the architects for
modifications of a minor nature and
this will not in any way Interfere with
any of the permanent plans. The Arts
building will be ready accbrdine'to
the plans of the board early in the
spring of 192l.
la this connection Dr. Mlms an
nounces that the Alumni Association
of Howard Paynev anjofher stiideats;
have -well matured and active work-
ing plansKon loot to build the 'south
west wing or we administration build-
lag) at an estimated Tcost of SSOlooo.
The combined 'estimate for the three
buildings is therefore- .185.000. . The
plan of the Alumni Association and
other students of Howard Payne Is to
aave the new wing ready for occu-
pancy within eighteen months. '
It was planned to begin work on
these huildihgs earlier but illness of
tne architect made this Impossible.
It will thus be seen that the visions
of expansion of and still greater use
fulness and service as emphasized by
uie various speakers during com-
mencement exercises a few days ago
have really begun' to materialize as
the Institution takes up Its anarch
alonr the highway of progress toward
the thirty-first milestone.
Everything connected with the vari
ous appointments ot the new build
ings is to be of the modern design
the last word in fact in matters' of
educational economy and liberal ex
Well Krwwn Athlete
in Hnanital PararrA
v from a Recent FU
HBy Associated "Press.)
utUAUO jayv28.-Summer lea-
ser captain-of the Chicago University
8muui; icaia ot ivxt-is ana vaiso
iaternatlbnal tambfingf champion Is in
tne hospital here today paralyzed
rom the.jwalsf down as the result of
a fall.-frdBt f awtorcycle. His toack Is
urpkea and he may not live.
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The II. i3. Shipping Board's steamer Huron was formerly turned over to
the Munsbn tine in Sfew York for service .between New York and South
American ports. The Huron is the former' German liner iFreiderich de
Orosse. ThevPhoto shows "Old Glory" beinir -run un on the flmrsfaff.
OREGON DECLARES FRIENDS!
If Elected President His First Effort Will Be to Establish
Amicable Relations With AH the Nations of tKe
Earth Says Revolution Leader. r
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TO STOP RIOTS .
W(OEN STRIKE SYMPATHIZERS
PULL HAIR OF STRIKERREAK.
ING STENOCIRAPHEKS. '
r. . a MUAiuu?"jL'rYS amv'ZK. uenerai
iu.yaro'SLipr.egon aeciareu loaay tnatii
he is elected to the presidency of Mex
ico hcj iwill at once seek to bring: ahaut
the most amicable' relations between!
Mexico and. the -other nations ot the
earthr especially those next to us on
the American continent. One of my
happiest days would her that on which
soldiers now stationed to cuard our
frontiers are. withdrawn."
This statement of General Obvegon
was in reply to the message ot felici-
tation to himself; and associates In the
new regime sent by the members of
the municipality of Los Angeles Cal
1 (By Associated Press.)
aaaiSTOIi R. I. i&y 28.Three. mil
itary troops were ordered out today
by Governor "Beckman of Rhode Is
land following' a riot in which strike
syprntithizers attacked women clerks:
and other employes of a local ruVjjer
The trouble started with the arrival
ot employes whose work had not
stopped.' Women strike sympathizers
pulled the hair of stenographers and
handled them roughly. In the course of
the1 trouble two sympathizers were
shot. The factory has-been closed down
for- the past three -weeks except the
Russians and Japanese
Hostilities Are Ceased
in Vladivostok District
(By Associated Press.)
LONDON uMay 28; Hostilities be
tween the Russian and Japanese -forces
iri Siberia ceased on May 25thT accord
ing to a Reuters dispatch from vladl
vostpk dated Wednesday. The dispatch
reported the arrival ot the. Russian
Japanese commission at Khabarovsk.
Gop'a BuUet Hiu Bolt :
of Gloth-r-Tallor Sues
' DETROIT ajich. Ulay 28.rThe h.igh
cost of clothlngwasi presented to the
Council recently in anew and' unusual
maimer wnea Jiiawarai'tUjugVTa; lauor.
presented a. bill ff$8S63 which he
say -the city pwesthim; h'auselohe of
its policeman jHred a .shot at a 'fleeia
criminal; The shot- .missed tlievcrim?
inal (but entered Mr. Unger's tailor
shop 'and made .a -group of heat holes
through a bolt ot clothe
ES DEPRECIATE SINCE
Many Bills Proposing Amendments taTkt Eradication Ea
and Other Statutes Presented in Both Houses To
gether With Several Local Bills.
OR CONVENTION GQNTES
COMMITTEE TO PRESENT CONTEST
BEFORE NATIONAL C03DDTTEE
(By As8pciated press.)
FORT WORTH May 28. RepublL
cans opposing the seating- of "the reg-
ular" delegation at Chihuahua assem-
bled here today for a final conference
before leaving for Chicago tonight.
Thejr will -lay their claims before the
national committee Monday. F. St
Wright of Fort Worth is. chairman of
The 1)0116X8 later received a message
Lfrom Chicago that the contest could
not be reached before Wedneyday and
the committee decided to1 leave Fort
Worth Monday night instead of to
MASSACRE WHEN GREEKS
' OPEN NEXT CAMPAIGN
SENDIKft FAXLUES TO CONSf A
TDiOPLE FOR SAFE KEEPDfG
('By Associated Preee.V
AUSTIN May 28v The ameadBsemC
to the Fire Insurance Commission law
just submitted' to the legislature hy
Governor Hobby propoejes j-to reeaove
the -limitation: which restricts 'coat
mission expenditures to $2S9taj9 pe
year. Upder the present law-' a tax 1 et
one and on-fourth per qent on tha
gross -business of insurance cbmpaa.-
iss produces only $20OO(M aad of thki
arnodpt only 5130000 caabe spent
Other bills submitted propose aa. ia-
crease ot salary for county treaearera
from $$000 annually to 30tf with am.
additioaal sum to be used for a' as-
sistant. A number of local hills have
Representative Stockwjell of Alvla
.testified before the plak boll worm
committee that since the agitation ot
the matter had iegun land values had
greatly depreciated Counsel for fara- "
ers in certain districts said it woald
be shown that the establishaaeat ot
non-producing zones -would result ia
Sl'S.OOOi.OOQ loss to thp farmers aaaa
Te AateHi Tick law.
The House today adopted a reeoIa
tion requesting Governor 'Hebby t-
submit a. tick eradicatiom. law aaieai-
ment proposing In consectipB wkh'
he inspection of dairy; cattle that they
be dipped it infested with ticks; A
hbill appropriatiac SS50.WO to reim
burse Texas University for expesdi
turea at Camp Xafcry dariag the .-great
war. was passed bv the Seaate. A
mu. proposfflg to empower county
ociaif to cosdewn ia. erder let etaa
my Assopwosa iressj j
CONSTANTINOPLE May 28. Mos
lem leaders in the vilayet of Adrian-
oplef European Turkey are sending
their families; tq this city in anticipa-
tion of fighting when the Greeks at
tempt the occupation of Thrace .Chris-
tians are not permitted to leave thefr
homes in that region.
Special to the International News
Service and the London Daily
VIENNA IMay 28. A school to give
instruction by post to war profiteers
ana their .wives has been founded in
Vienna. The prospectus lets wealthy
clients down lightly by saying: "Sb-
oial life has Qjeenr altered by post-war
conditions and many find themselves
in jneed ot Instruction in the usages of
Pupils) ara taught how to behave at
taible. "'Eating quietly is a sign ot
good manners'" it Is said. "Don't pass
CANCELLATION OF DEALS
WITH GERMAN .BUSINESS
FIRMS TS CONSIDERED
TECHNICAL STATE OF 1VAR GIVES
A!MEKIGANV C0X4JEBXS JJJfOR
. 3ln$ ADVANTAGE.
-(Bv Associated. PrflaY 1 -
BERLlI' May 28 Aqtjqn V estab- snes' m 'fro? r ' neighbor without
llsh through diplomatic circswhej asking perraisslbn. Don t w6' food.
The Senate today cosfimed all tha;
recpss appointments .of theveraor.
The House adopted a reeoltttie. aat"-
ing: 'We most heartly aad'earaeethy .
extend our felicitations aad greedags
to our noble president -Woodrow. "Wil-
son as expressed in the Deatoc ratio
state platform.'and that "he stay oa(
regain his tall 'strength aad vigor."
New bills were introduced in tha"
Housje as follows: Proposing' aa aps.
proprlationf two million five hun-
dred thousand dollars to. an paten eat
the available schoo'l fund of the a
fiscaLyear also one to permit teachera
of other states to tjeach in Texas yrith-"
out examinations and oap vcopemkig. su.
penalty for automobile theft of from
six to ten years In the penitentiary.
r tet estaiBv
ANTHRACITE MINERS TO
ABIDE D! DEGiSl OF
NO DANGER OE STOffAttlv f
-rTORiflN BKTMCT NUMBSX
SEVEN SATS PKESMT.
J0I) BYi TIETJI J
( BRllf5T0W.lOkla.i. May 28:Sharpr
fming al circalarJsaw 0 i.aa.eiaery.
wheel' ratalted Jajwe -Jftfttir etC.
ther American firms can take advan-J
tage of thef technical state of war ha-
tween the1 United States and Germany
rand cancel contracts with Gjirmah.
iirmsi may oe lateen oy a lierman
Chajmoer of Cbmmefce. The situation
arose) "vhen an American "flrnt closed
the contract for the deanery of goods
valued at four million marks. It "is
alleged that the' contract was cancel-
ed when the ..rise in marks made the
purchase prl'cj? disadvantageous.
VETS OF THREE 1VARS
' CELEBRATE TO AV
. KANSAS CITY Bio. Mayg.-ir-Spli
diers of the. Civil. WarXh'e Spantsh'-
American ar atbrWorid
aa . oday.rce&l)ratifig:Memorlal -jfcf
in practically every city and town: in
the Middle West In many of the- dties
the three organizations reprt'senttef
Kveterah&.b'ffi thefet wars 'are-ed
bberatihg IHhavlng charge-. io the
exercises. ' r
Th celefriration: this year will ih
jnany instances. t occupy three- days
Today Is .tbe:niciall)cQration Day
of the G. Av.i r Tomorrow is Decoration
Sunday and pastors and prleslsWiU
preaclVpatriotic sermons. OmMoaday
i ijiyu ub i uu h btib Will uiLmviiv
miMlnpnef erring- to celehfi
ffi ae jsaWv-'oroae; aariBaiBa&snarpea:
It will cause hiccuping. Only Eski
mos hiccup to express pleasure at
As regards dress profiteers are in
structed thus: To. flash large dia
monds1 at any rate in case of men is
not good form nor do acquaintances
wish to hear that you have six cars
or last week bought a 2000000-crown
motor car which goes ninety mlb3s an
The principal guaranteers that after
a month's tuition his clients .will feel
at home In the drawing room of even
the most exclusive families.
'Mtlnterhatlonal News Service.) .
NEVADA Mq5 May 2S. Being mlsr
tsiken toV a burIar.brought Revolver
bullet which resulted in tne death ot
MIgs Sabra Douglass twenty ere
'arty.thet ether uflday morning."
v wile was: snot. by James Treasure a
raiiload conductor wao' mtetook her
I for a robber as she was enteriag the
Treasure home where she lived.
Committee of House
. . Cndstiofia in Ireliiid
Br Associated Freeeiy . y -AVI
LKESB ARRE' FaHiMjct -Sat.x
Anthracite miners will ahUr by the.
decision of the - pr Baiiiejij jeL eeal eem-
mission to settle thjerage iieattte and
all danger ot a stoppage ot wrk hi th
hard coal district attmber save' has
passed President Keaaedy said teday.
ITALIAN PU2ZLEB; CANT -I
BEAT WIFE m AXWtfCA
i (By International News Serfee.)
' PUEBLO: Col. May v 3t. Salva-
torer Colorassi tweaty-fv aat.
accustom aimseir iq aearapae
'American methodst' j. '."l
His ftajw-Vear-old waa tWf
bim fddverce cbarriath al-
vatbre ha logged' her nearly everr
day shice tMey w ere married re.
When -fcrffught into coart.Ceio-.
rassi ackaewledeed the truth i-of.
the Toanr wjfeV dm&l'
WStt VflTV TBrsaiuli r-f mA' 4Jba
eourt 'allowed an lateHoeatory1 V
w- v :-
"Sinca waen can't a maa Ikk h
Wife whes she Beda it . iV t
maaded of th cort.
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