The Daily Bulletin (Brownwood, Tex.), Vol. 16, No. 11, Ed. 1 Friday, October 27, 1916 Page: 4 of 6
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l'HE BROWNWOOD DAILY BULLETIN BBOWNWOOD TEXAS FRIDAY OCTOBER 27 1916.
ffifi i Bi
VIRGINIA TO ENTER
KEEP YOUR SHOES NEAT -10
The F.RDALLEY Ca.Lfd-Buffalo.N.Y
THE WAR IN EUROPE
Large Number of Women in
Excess of the Men is Re-
garded as a Serious Do-
VIENNA Oct. 27. (Correspondence
of The Associated Press.) Whether
or not Europe will be obliged to
change its marriage laws as the re-
sult of the war is a question which
has recently occupied sociologists in
the Central States. Most of them are
of the opinion that material modifi-
cation must ensue; a few think that
legalized polygamy must be establish-
ed In order to provide for the surplus
of women which two years of warfare
has made one of the problems of all
The total population of the states
at War the non-Arian dlements of
Russia excepted is roughly 373000000
of which according to best sources
188000000. are women and lSo.000000
men. For the countries of Europe
where .exact statistics are available
the proportion is 105 maids to 107 -females.
For Europe this lanve in nor--mal
times an excess of three. miHtoh'
females of which numbed a third
would be marriageable. . :;
To this million of woffla who ai
present can find no huiutl for. the
reason that nature whi'e ansuriugan
excess in the birth of males jierinltjs
more of them to die in infancy wifl
be added at least eight milttops whom
death or the battlefield ant incaj.se
tating wounds has also dfwrv.-oi n
mates. Europe therefore Is. face to
face with the question of Utow these
nine million women &tp t b? care'
for. - '.'
. The Economic Problem.
Economically the probkiaj lias ben
solved by the women theuKelve". b
showlne that in many departments of
industry they ar able to flfl a p?ee
But sociologists point out tttal xcut
the state mokes provisions ending to
avert this a certain natural 'aw
would increase greatly 4he fate of II-
lecitimacv of children which even
now. is a serious matter. C
At the conclusion of thfe Thirty
Years War similar conditions pro-
vailed. It was met in many of - the
Central European states by mnkin
polygamy legal. When tlm proportion
of males and females bad been re
adjusted by the coming of later gener
ations these laws were repealed..
For the time being the European
parliaments are too occupied with
matters affecting the continuation of.
the war bin expressions on the sub
ject agree that some sort of legisla
tion w ill be necessary.
Several writers point out' that it
will take two generations before the
old social equilibrium is re-establish
ed. The-tendency of men to marry
women younger than they themselves
are is held responsible for this. I's-
ually the man marries a woman from
three to five years his junior and
some author uies fear that greater
choice whifch the- excess of women
will give. viH" decidedly foster this
inclination. so that only the girl who
today is from twelve to thirteen year?
old can hope to be the subject of
comp'otitioji j among men which her
. This wonlit be a matter of only sev-
en to eight vears Tor ibo4 of Kuropc;
end of the war comes
fl -the war (ontinue an-
r two and so cause the
loss of many! young men who are now
from fifteen 1 to sixteen years old the
problem woild be mm h. liarder "to
meet. In fliat ease the excess of
Women overj-.mcn would be no Kss
than eleven jrjulljons. so that for'ev-
.ery male of tha'rrkico ase. during th-
next ten yers tin re wodld 1.' al-
most two single woiinn.
. It is impossible to say just ti w
European legislatures will meet the
situation. ' Lgal polygamy is to un-
welcome to Europe's st.eial sys'em.
and religion that opposition it will
he great. Thb belief i held for tJifs
reason that degally at least illegiti-
macy w?ll be ; abolished and that laws
will be iassjd giving flu child born
lit of 'wedlock every right upo.i the
care ansd property of its fiitlu-r. It is
DEATH KATE IX UMTEI) STATES
COMPARED WITH FOREIGN
CINCINNATI 0. Oct. 27. The
deaths. of 15000 women in this coun
try in 1013 from conditions caused by
childbirth Avas the chief argument
given by Dr. Graco L-. Jleigs Chief of
the Division of Hygiene of the Federal
Children's Bureau in a paper read to
day before the American Public Health
Association urging renewed efforts
to convince women and their husbauds
of the need of skilled service for mar
ternity. Approximately 7000 of the
total' loss f life during childbirth was
due to childbed fever alio declared.
'Ju 1913 the death rate per 100000
population from all conditions caused
by childbirth was but little lower than
from typhoid fever" said Dr. Meigs
"and this rate would be 'almost quad
rupled if only the group of the- pop
ulation which cau .be affected' women
of childbearing age are considered. In
1913 childbirth caused more deaths
among women 1" to 44 yoars old than
any other disease except tuberculosis
uniy two- ot a group of mteen im
portant foreign countries show higher
rates from this cause than the regis
tration area of the United States.
"Tho rates -for two .countries Swed
en and Norway which are about one
half -of Che rate for this area of the
country arc not. falling; during the 13
years from WOO to 1S)13 they have
shoAvn rib demonstrable decrease. .
ln- this country where the sup
port and sRecess of preventive health
work depends entirely on popular un
derstanding and".-Interet one funda-
mental pwjblqm IX common to-all com
munities and-sthfes.- Tins Is the
problem of; .Iipw.itq ;brlng . about a
change: in seutj.mUjtttifiide'.'of .mind of
the laity toiRnl5 .Uiff.. cnre. of mater
nity. - ' . '- -
This function has- always been
and still Is looked up6n with a mix-
ture of ignoi-niicB ami fatalism; On
the one hand . .people consider JU es-
sentially a- normal function.- .They
I are willing io entrust its car.e to any
one. however.;un'gl;illed and are unwilling-
to pay ntfonuate sums for
skilled cam rt' JitSie.Uiat cnclj year
in - a. vast"inimVdr' Of cwses oT in es-
ihincy and laiior ey atv perfect ly
iionimL rt .is. no . less ' t-rue that each
year In a certain and constant per-
icentage of all cases iwegnancy and
labor are not'-norraftL- "While In nor-
mal jenses i-ljrtetf6rece is without
argued that this iu auT of evp i-; doubt the safest method treatment in
Achrfce of MotLer no Doibi Prc-
TemU Daijbter's Untimely End.
1euey xcouM rieet the situation easily
and' that It would violate .iro social
arrangement now in fon e. uiviiiK in
its most extriMttic application nothing
but an oxpresilon tn a t'ndi n y -which
lias maaifesteil jtsclf in Kuniw f r
several years past
To hers -
n.-itiin ff die
fr- auf". fetoin
0!!n-t:nie .o tlii.n'lit-
nbilect thr -od ivhrh
eontnrc. Th" in:lani-
murus mt-Kiitrat'. at
ehnnlf and th-
f'hi'd li.ap ch-rii!- cii i'i a di ase
that K shlii nirrti :nl th iiia
prt)... -:ife'5 frtin' i M .'. prort
ho hriye '.his tlonth ; in di-'ase F.l
rem'Mr lnintj h ul fn uent ohl
t Jh- tifiH" t Waf fjfirrarted A 1ft-
'ie fnwtlinuehi t .t'e "f "Hani' "- (
r'r:'- Oitirlt Rnipviv lnJi ro-i- 'y :
xpi at' tJi'f 'Hiblo pf.-Ji h;t-.
the abnormnl. &ips : Just ns high a
grad aT XWVed nre b abspiutely es-
sentia 1 as that rcqnirxsi ht any inajor
siirgical emergency: On the . other
hand strange to say. the coiuplica-
tions caused Ty childbirth and the
deaths. due to them are generally lok-
ed upon with fatalism. It- i not rec-
ognised that they are to be included
nnmng .th diseases which are prevent:
able by mOtTi-rn iiit'thods-."
Dealers Are Closing Out
Their Stocks and Thirsty
Citizens Are Storing Big
RICHMOND Va. Oct. 27: Virginia
will Join the sisterhood of prohibition
States on November 1 when. the. Mapp'
Act prohibiting the sale of ardent
spirits except by bonded drug stores
and throwing stringent restrictions
around its shipment will become ef-
fective; About GoO liquor dealers will
close their .doors. They have been
preparing to close for several weeks
and stocks are being disposed of rap-
idly. Liquors valued at hundreds of
thousands of dollars have been pur-
chased by consumers ' and stored up
against the "dry" days to come.
It will be unlawful after Novem-
ber. 1 for any person in the state to
manufacture transport' sell adver-
tise give away dispense or polic.lt or-
ders tor ardent spirits which are
defined to embrace alcohol brandy
whisky rum .gin wine porter :.lo
beer all malt liquor;? absinthe and
all compounds of any of these w ith
vegetables or .ie substances that
will produce intoxication. In the 'same
category are placed fruits preserved
in ardent spirits and aH beverage?
containing more than ono-half of.
one per-cent alcoliol by volume.
The prohibition does not apply to
cider containing not more thaa one
per cent of alcohol by volume. Pro
vision is made for the handling of
pure grain and fruit alcohol and pure
whisky and brandy by drug stdre3
for medicinal pharmaceutical siaen-.
tific and mechanical purposes and Of
wine for sacramental purpose fqrjuse
by religious bodies. - i '
The manufacture of cider frtjm ffiitl.
of one's own raising and fCfr"; .Con
sumption at home is permitted.- : Ho
tels; unuer certain restrictions: faro
allowed to purchase and keep.n hand
e ery line
of tiie body
ing oyer any
that is what
you rrmy expect
of o. r made
fUi It 111 if 'M
AW Ml 111 I 1 I lAlt 3
But that :- but
permits every .a'dtt nial.e
adult female Who is.the
Lift Right Off
Nothing Enfc 4GETS-ir' WiU Do
Tbia to Corns and Calluses.
If you've ever had corns. youv
tried lota of things to got rtd of thorn
.- s.-tlvf-s that cat your too and lcavo
the corn rcmatnlnp- cotton Tinjrs that
mako your corns bulge out like pop-
DALLAS. Oct. 27. Two inlerr oll. tr
late football content are .i Ftid;..'
football card for Texas.
Sherman's Austin College tau. ha
Journeyed; to (Je)rgotowit hvr i. '
will m-net tlie Sttnlhwest'Tn M- :h..lis's f
.3-. .."S- t 1. . 1 ... (
uji uicir iiuuie gpuiintis. wiin a vn tory
for the local anticipated.
Rice Institnlij of Houst
cleaned up with Ihe r.eirgctown cl-v-en
last Saturday by n score of .M to t.
s taking .on Texas Christian Vniver-
sity at Port Wpifth in what js predict-
ed to be a closnj game. Followers of
the game howevjor would not be sur-
prised at a defwita for the.('hriiraiis
o Toanizalign Plans .
and Flno:l C
Ready Ky. " I was not able to do
anything for nearly six months" writes
Mrs. Laura Biatchcr of this place "and
was down.in bed tor three months.
i cannot ten you nuw i buncrcu wiui- AUS i lA.-tJet. 517.- -A iiKivmeii; h t
my head and with nervousness and'lft.(.n hlllU:.hol hl tw .r .
womanly troubles. Improvement Ch iath f k
to eivr it im We tried another doctor. .ua" "avigntioiij nrjjanuuinn j-m! TI
d - . - - - - ----- r
but he did not help me.
At last my mother advised me to take
Cardui the woman's tonic. I thought
It was no use tor 1 was nearly dead and
. - ' - I j v. 1 Tl . . A
control in Texas.
u is jnaiiiicii j) lurm an oraiii.a-
tion for the punjope or unifying 'the
conservation forces of Texas duritix
nothing seemed to do me any good. But the Waco Cotton Palace early i No-
I took eleven bottles and now I am able . - ... . 4l . "
to do all oi my work and my own l h will be
I think Cardui is the best medicine in
the world. My weight has increased
and I look the picture of health. "
If you suffer from any of the ailments
peculiar to women get a bottle of Cardui
today. Delay is dangerous. We know
it will help you for it has helped so
many thousands of other weak women
k the past 50 years.
At all druggists.
Write f: Chttanef Medicine Co.. LadltV
Adrisory Dept. Chtttonoeea Term. tor St trial
lutiruetiont on your tut and 64-past book"Hom
TfMtssMt tor Worms." in-4--rcir. M.C. 1 SI
taken looking toootnln appropriations
from Congress and the state legisla-
ture to aid in carrying out the plans.
Easier .to Slop Xow
It is easier to check a bronchial
cough now than later. Coughs grow
worse the longer they continue. Fol-
ey's' Honey and Tar stops tickling. In
throat allays inflammation and irri-
tation restores sore and discharging
membranes to haalthy condition op-
ens congested. a r passages arid af-
fords longed for relief Camp-Hell
You Can't Hide Corn Muerr7 Step Foeta
Arouodl Use "GETS-IT" Tonigkt aad
See the Coras Vaaufe.
eyes nrlssors and Icnlvoa that mako
corns bleed nnd sore hurnesaca and
bandages that Ml up your shoo press
on the corn and mako your foot feel
Hko a paving block. What's tho use?
hy not do what millions nxo dolhgv
take 3 seconds off and apply 'GISTS -IT.
tit dries you put your stocking
on rlchl away and wear your reRu-
mr nhoes.' "Vour corn Joosona from
the tO. It Itfta r!ht off. It's pain-
less it's tho coimnon-senso way the
simplest easiest moat effective way
In tho world. It'a tho national corn-
curr. TCeVor falls. -
"OETH-IT" Is sold and recommend- '
fd by drupplats fevcrywhero. 25c a
pottle or Hent on receipt of price by.
EI Lawrenco & Co. Chicago. 111.
Sold in Brownwooa and recom-
mended as the world's best corn rem-
edy by Mallow's Drur Store. '
The Dally Bulletin has again se-
cured a limited supply of good type-
writer ribbons .and offers them for
sale at a .reasonable price. Owing to
tin- advanced cost -of all materials
that enter into the mi'klng of a ribbon
the price is now 00 cents each. Tho
riMinn however is of the same
duality which usually sells for 75
cents and ?1. At I0 cents these rib-
bnnu are real bargains. Call at tho
office of Tho Daily Bulletin tf.
liquors' and wines for culinary rfur-r
poses only. . . . .
. Monthly Nations. 1
head of it family to receive OTt jBftpn-
er than once a month one nuart ; "of
whisky one gallon of wino or three
gallons of beer. Ardent spirits fire.
prohibited in lodge rooms "cliuiSii fra
ternity houses and other public! plhues
Newspapers published within th
state ::re prohibited from carrying.. li
quor advertisameuts. but the stile .and
distribution of newspapers published
out of the state and carrying liquor
advertisements are permitted
The first violation of any provisions
of the law is deemed a misdemeanor
finable from "o to $.100 with a con
finement in jail for not less than one
ftor more than six months. ' The sec
ond -offense if not a felony is punish
able by fines from $100 to $&0p0 and
confinement in jail for not less than
six months nor more than one year
if a felony by confinement in the
penitentiary for one to five years or
in the discretion of tho jury by con
finement In jail for from six to twelve
There'has been much speculation as
to tho effect of the law in the seaport
cities of Norfolk and Newport NeWs
The Attorney General and Prohibition
Commissioner deciaro that the stat-
utej'will be carried out to the. letter
so far as the machinery of the State
Tho turning of Virginia iuto the
column of "dry" states camo after
a vigorous campaign of four years
led bv tho Antt-Saldon League. Bills
providing .for a referendum to ascer
tain the will of. tire people with ref
erence to state-wide prohibition were
introduced in the legislature of 1910
and 1912 only to meet defeat ui the
hands of one or both branches. An
enabling act was passed in 1914 In ac
cordance with which the referendum
was submitted to tho p'cople on Sept
22 1911 and state-wide prohibition
won by about 30000 .votes.
During tho campaign of 1915 the
Anti-Saloon League workod for the
election nf a new General Assembly
pledged to . strict state-wide prohibi
tion. A large majority ot the 110
delegates and senators were elected
on such a platform and jhc legisla
ture which met in January 191G fol-
lowed closely the . Anti-Saloon
.eag.te's prohibition program. The
Mann bill declaring prohibition in
force on November 1 and providing
machinery for enforcing it was car-
ried by overwhelming majorities in
both houses and was promptly signed
by the Governor.
The Mapp act creates a Prohibition j
Commissioner at a salary of $3a00 a
year who will he charged with the
enforcement of the prohibition law.
.Mvko tho Most of Prosperity
Every man should keep fit theso
days and make the most of his op-
portunities. No man can work his beat
handicapped with disordered kidneys
and bladder aching back swollen
joints stiff muscles or rheumatic
pains. Foley Kidney Pills pay for
themselves a hundred times over In
health improvement. Camp-Bell Drug
one of their points
Originality in pat-
'terns reliability in fabrics exemplary
hand tailoring . moneys worth and
more these are the o her attractions
your: fall clothes;
A aiior s- way.
The Home of Fine Tailorircr
a.t .i. unja iHM ana gening niar-
r.cd. Tik- :.a.c U host of friends
wjj wif.i ih.-na aty happiness and
ttv--o T.hey wi.i make their home
i on the Low tana south of Brown-
Mrs.-George Harris and Children of
Whltehuul are here for a short stay
in the home of her parents Mr. and
.Mrs. John Vatt
Itev. Frank Weedou of Brown .vood
Get the Round Package
Ueed for Century.
in j I i ii 1
Ask For and GET
Made from clean rich milk with the ex-
tract of select malted grain malted in our
own Malt Houses under sanitary conditions.
Infant and children thrice on it. Agrees with
the weakest stomach of the invalid or the aged.
Need no cooking nor addition of milk.
Nourishes and sustains more than tea coffee etc
Should be kept at home or when traveling. A bu- .
tritioua food-drink may be prepared in a moment.
A glaful hot before retiring induces refreshing
sleep. Abo in lunch tablet form for business men.
Substitutes Cest YOU Sama Prtc
Tmke m Package Horn
0s THK Vl.(;. i.U.i his rt !ar ppomtment at
.Mrs. Bett'ie Beal ant .lr. live iiur- fiepj t'rek S.t. :iav night arid
ris came in. Satunlaj! froni Uawt6n. - a uturj Kev. Wpedou will
county for a isH io tjivir innrtnt. I " on rirM ."jaturday night and
Mr. and .Mrs. J. Wj Maflok f; y in b Jonia.
Hicker. ' .. ' 1 ' .f1 oiace liown of Coleman
Ilev. A. K. Holtoa of Brownvi4d ''iUl ke if-.t of Misses Eliza-
filied his regular at)iKintinwit kt4"V!hl litalah 'SnuA Saturday and
Boyd's Chapel Sunday' .aftcrnoan. i f 'UiJy.
Dr. Daniels is rejtofjed qni c in At. ilie. linker m !kk! fipL-ned Monday
the home ! hi ijbWr. Mrs 11. ij. -itft fid. ia.-ba. oi rirownwood as
Jameson. j j rt ! afc4 n-.- i .l.tin be Coston as
. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Rirkaey and thiK"-11 - 1 ' w"ro U Ir-
dron spent Sunday at' tlW hom tf ' "' :UJ t-' connnene
A. J. tumU iji the Stoics Crtsk coi-.'1'1' sr.oi v.uitv.
munitv . i '! 1 i v.a -.tfc i also opined
Kev L. W. Heath Of Hro Bw-ooft ' Vv ' " 'Kro1 ionurg as prin-
preat-ried at Jenkins Springs $atur- d' an: iv.jti Shannon as as-
day ami Sunday. ' ' i
-Mr. and -Mrs. Richard Taylor ; iti: ti:k- nvi y- Ruth Cleckler
Saturday night and Sunilaj uttti 4 . Mt..o ..r-iinnus y stealing
J Houston and family. v
. Tom Snow came in frn .MoUr.-uor
.Friday af er an absence of- i'irai
Mr. and Mrs. BUI Kills who have
been visiting relatives -.in the Stopps I w.ud.
Creek community the past week left Mr- and -Mrs- Jott Shannon and
for their home out west; 'daughtt i at end-d t Inirea at Srepps
.Mr. and Mrs. J. If. Busby left Sat4tlrek Sunday.
urday morning for 'Da who n county foti itt pr.yT moei.ns at ueiaware
a ten days stav with re atlves. Thevt eniinu u mct-i on Miuuay nignt.
are making the trip by .automobile. veryidy cHue out and take part
.Mrs. Winifred Welts who has beeit"i mese itvmvs.
fluite ill with ervsipolas is reported! -r. ana .wrs 11. 1.. urauiey 01
convalescent we are glad to say. 1 Krownwood and -Mti. i.m.i Bradley of
Luther Cobb and I. Hj Sanders rc-'.rA0Ic ' ' v ests ot .Mr. ana
turned .Monday from a; two week-if -rs- aim lanmy a ie
trip of prospecting out. wesU ! n's. I:is? wetK
.Miss IJertie Wheeler Juu? been on? .Me?lr. Joe Mead 1 01 timmn creew
the sick list the past week having ! W. I. Willion. Wvtiell and Hawkins
undergone an .operation for the re-- of. Rrbwnwood visited the singing
MiooI at Stepps Crtfek Monday nignt
uhiih is vwz taueltt by Prof. H.
I.awson. The visiting singers were
highly appreciated and have- a cor-
.liaf :initatien to m-r with the class
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