The Daily Bulletin (Brownwood, Tex.), Vol. 15, No. 91, Ed. 1 Monday, January 31, 1916 Page: 4 of 4
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THE nmxwnAn DAILY BULHTIM BROWNWOOD TEXAS MONDAY JANUA? 31 1K6.
I TRIG THEATRE1
M AFTERNOON AND NIGHT JUJ
Always Skawing tfce Latest Siperior Pkotoplays
THE BETTER WOMAN .
Faring Lenore Ulrich a remarkable 5 part drama
of Love Jealouiy Hate and Heroism
BiBy Ritchie the fmnnie.t man in the world in 2 acUt
SILK HOSE AND HIGH PRESSURE
Vaudeville-Gruber and Kew
Talkiric and Dancing
... . . i . : (nmnrrnw naoer as 10
We will let you Know m.-.. r ij . .
WhrtW this is an Honest to Goodness act or not.
SH.L.; Dallas Ft.Wertk and S!
advance prices ef 20 ad:c tne wac 15c Vitk ai
f-1 rk features wnick are bem ru at tke Lync'itr 15c with ai
FiAOiUM IS WORTH
0 . 00
ClarcHco Powell with Richards &
lxlneles Famous Minstrels Lyric
'Tlicntre Tharsday Feb. '3.
Kights f Pythias is
Hirt f r a visit J&day
LITTLE ITEMS OF
Kate Richards O'llaro of St. Louts
bo in Brownwood Wednesday
. t-i . . o nA H1 HHver a
- ... i j mem. peufuttij
Col. Henry Ems ot uenisuu lete at the courthouse at 7;30
Chancellor of the Knights or Pythias j 0clock O'Hare 1b .one of the
in Texas is in Brownwood today. I ieading proponents of woman suffrage
meeting with local Knights and' dis- -in America and last year was ono of
ing.. of the grand lodge here in May. j suffl.age she is a forceful speaker
x:ql; Ellis spent the day visiting local afld hag a mcssage which she is
members of the order.and will meet anxious for everyone to hear. rA cor-
with Brownwood Lodge No. 99 at Gas-.dial invitation-Is extended to att. both
He-Hall tonight t ' - '-men and women to hear her at 7:30
"So many convention cities tryo.-yednesday evening.
arrange elaborate entertainment -programs"
saidCoL Ellis this morning
You can fool Jill the people some
of the time and some of the -people
air the' time but you can't fool all)
tho peoplp all the time. Many thea-
trical managers have tried to do this
to their sorrow. The public is a loyal
fellow but once you try to fool him
and he catches you he never forgives
No amusement organization In the
country has a more loyal following
than. Richards & Prlngle's Famous
Georgia Minstrels. Probably this Is be-
cause they have always kept faith with
and never tried to fool their patrons.
Each year they bring a show absoluto-
lv dependable as' to cleanliness and
quality. Each year too they give
more than they promise
induction is United States Reduc-
ed When European War Ke-
WASHINGTON Jan. 31. More than
$9000000 a pound would bethe price
aeked for radium were that quantity
of the valuable metal available and
for sale at one time. late In 1915
there was sold in this .country one
and one-tenth grams of radium (ele-
ment) -at the Tate of $120000 a gram
according to a report Issued today by
the United States Geological Survey.
The entire output of the United States
last year however was only .6
grams or about 1-7S of a pound
avoidupols. The European war caused i
a great slump in the production ofi
radium ns in 1914 there were 22.3
"The United States lias the largest
known radium-bearing deposits lnthe.
world" says tho Geological Surveyy
"but tho market for radium isjmostly
in Europe for although. Americans
like to .feel that they : are .sufficiently
progressive to take hold and usje to
tho full new discoveries inventions
and' processes yet the European mu-
nicipalities and hospitals have been
buying and utilizing most of the rad-
ium produced. When tho war began
therfore causing European money to
flow into other channels the- demand
for radium fell off so greatly . that
there was practically no market tor
radium or uranium ores in the early
part of 1915 and very little market
during any part of the year."
As a result of tho collapse of tho
radium market mining of radium-
bearing ores except for such work as
.was necessary to hold claims was
nearly stopped. Through tho efforts
nf this nxnerta of the United States'
Renowned in Europe and J
America as a magirjicent
orator a brilliant friter
and a profound student of
At COURT HOUSE
Wed. Feb. 2 1916
7:30 p. m.
FOR SALE PIGS
R M. Lew;
HAY Big quantity Johnson grass
hay for sale cheap in lota of 10 halls
and over. Mrs. Will H. Mayes. Phone
Hygient Optns Triay;
Teach Pablic Health
KANSAS CITY Mo. Jan. 31. An
opportunity to learn hygiene and facts'
about health conditions in cities was
offerod to the people cf Kansas City
today' when the Municipal School of
Hygiene was opened for the first time
under the direction of Dr. Paul Pa-
quln director of public health and
the city board of health. This Is the
first school of Its kind In the west it
More than seventy-five students
Including 16-year-old high school stu-
dents physicians of many years prac-
tice nurses Inspectors of dairies food
and drugs groceries and restaurants.
3 oiaie nn man? neonler from Kansas City
Bureau of Mines a process has been and Inde endcncc Mo. attend-
deveioped by which radium has been - Qn afternoon. It is
Vacant lot 100x192 l-2ril
city water on lot oa
well located in- Corgia.
snap for $S0O; one half caafc.
Eight room house. larga lot Efct
front plenty of "native ghd tre an
excellent location o& AuatM rraue.
A bargain for 30OQ.
8 room house 2 gtory. corr lot
100x150 feet gouth froti wall loot-
ed in Ford's addition ai a terpaia.
Owner would consider on-lf trade
in other property os life stock. .
5 room house lai Valley Vieir addi-
tion. Price 4650; terms.
W A BELL .CO.
Phone 63. Land and Insurant.
FOR SALE New Saxon
produced at a cost ot $37599 a gram.
The principal fields of tne radium-
! bearing ores are in Colorado ana
If nnvnna rimihta thfi HOlICV Of abSO-'i
. - . ... I " w.. . j
Locnl &mta Fe-mcn arc telling minllltfl honesty in tho profession of ca-
that L want to advise Brownwood to prldo e following story: An traJtorlng t0 public they have only
leave the grand lodge sumcieni uidb freight train of 45 cars pulled tnio tne . Jook a tje crowded house and con-
to attend to business. It frequently locaI yards Saturday. The train aadsult thc box ofjce statements of the
oocurs that the local entertainment becn maklng a schedule of 25 to 30 1 thflatres where thece dusky e'ntertaln-
conimittee takes up so much ot the mileg per hour and everybody knows ct& play t0 De coaVinced that "hon-
Kruau iuuu uws - HOW. a irOlJJUl. u"i.iw u.-- CSl IS UIU usai ijvmivj- ..jttitj; miJiivuww" "W '
cf the convention a number of real- . .. wnen tnc train was stopped im You cannot find today a- minstrel. Says lie Xust Keep tect i"T; atuiuH gnipps chief Inspector or tne city
plentied to hold classes every Satur-
day afternoon and the term of study
wa3 announced" to be- Indefinite.
with $30 worth of extras; run
than 500. Will sell cheap Hall Mus
FOR SALE Youny Jersey 'U
reasonable price. 1207 Af JL 9$t
LUXBES k KUILH3(G XATWtfJLLS
LONG- LEAF LUMBER All . Baildlnf
Materials Complete House BUM ship- n
ped anywhere. Quick shipoMnts. Grade
and cfunt guaranteed. EKMoioation
allowed. Send- estlmate.-jlKMPI' .
DENT Co-Operative Lumber Co. Lake
Charles La. Wsc
report my CASES
FOR SALE OR TRADE Combination
. a a i 1 M. Jll
nainr. TOiiHLrv mm 1 1 tit . k. bibi hjuiu-
4t i - - mjnrt
ing Anson 'lexas.- aix room aounz
30 acre3-"of land good well of water;
TrfnH tti!11 email nrf'hfirfl t(T. F)l-
The plan of study as ouUined bip0sfeg of' pr0perty because of -far
Doctor Paquin. mciuaea sucn suDjecus . .
as hygiene in home building sanitary
inenwtlon of carbaee disposal rood
i contamination adulterations and
1 protections; and a study of the city
ordinances which deal with subjects
of hygienic nature;
J. A. Barron head of the city sani-
-fnw insnrtfnn donartmcAt. -and W.
ly Important matters must he rushed the )XLT3 nere ono of the brakemen organizatlon in existence that startied
through to final passage without ma- found a llve vooster sitting iieaceful- at tn0 gam0 tim& ''The Georglas"
ture consiaermiuu. v )y on tne Dumpers ui ue i"v i agiitni company uuch aww. mj
Brownwood win give me graim luubv The fowi was caugnr ana is uutis
-abundant entertainment but l nope cnMVintr justity In a local barnyara.
that the members who attend tne con-
vention may realize that they are here
primarily for the transaction of busi-
ness." ..Col. Ellis Is not only grand chancel-
lor of the Knights of Pythias but js a
successful newspaper man as well; He
iseditor and publisher ot the Denlson
Herald one of the best afternoon
-npvsnaners in the state and Is as
wliifly and favorably known in the
Exposure and Eat Less
The moral of the story according to
the Santa Fe men Is that theirs is
"some"' railroad; since on other Toads
in this- section a rooster could not
even. ride a passenger train.
The Inclement weather yesterday
morning materially -reduced the at-
tendance -at all of the Sunday schools
In Brownwood. Tho four schools
mhtoh mnrio rfnnrf this moraine shOW-
ranlcs of the newspaper fraternity as following Tec0rds: North Bap-
he; is among the Knights of Pythias . c4 enU $1 o$ offering; First
off Texas. j Methodist 115 -present $4.65 offering;
i Church of Christ 61 present First
Never too cold to eat Ice Cream at' BapUst 121 present $4.1 offering.
The question Is easily ansv(crod: i -
Honesty that's all. .
This sterling band or entortalnors
will appear at Lyric on Fob. 3i Scats
now on sale at box offlce.-rAdv.
You'll -miss a . treat If. yoi miss
Charley Chaplin tomorrow at djxle.
ifood department were the lecturers
tita nffnmnnn. Doctor Paquln and.
other of ficlafs of rthe city healths de
partmcnt as well as members of the
board or puouc wciiaTe wu; me na-
tures In the fufurfr. It was stated.
See Charley Chaplin r tomorrow
the Dixie theatre In 2 reels.
Bettie Hansen in
a Photopiay of Peer-
The Song of Hate
Based on Sardou's
Admission 5 and 10c
x " TOMORROW
CJurley Cliaplia is 2 reel pictwe
A Night in the show
Stay off the damp ground 'avoid ex-
keep feet dry eat less meat.
drink lots of water and above all take
a spoonful of salts occasionally to
Trcep down uric acid.
Rheumatism is caused by poisonous
toxin called uric acid which Js gene-
i v .nn.nia ta tH.jnrhvi in-r rtaskothall tomorrow D. B. C. vs
to the blood. It is the function of thotH. p! C at Daniel Baker park -oc.
fVMnuvs tn filter this acid from tne
father's age and health.
Griffin Phone 838.
See V. II
FOR RENT Four room house Ijur-
nlshed throughout with practically
For 'particulars" phone
FOR RENT Room? for light Tic
keeping gas" connection and sleeping
porch. 1504 Vincent St Mrs. J.. Vlr
Elliott. Phone J-T49. 95c
blood and cast it out in the urine the
AT THE LYRIC ;
will be the head liner at the LyMc to-M Js imnurity. In
day Introducing the latest sons n.- -
and a number of musical norciue ( - - y - f.B fc
Gruber nnd Key have the reputa t on . j - -Touble work they become
throughout the north as being the. ' n .Rlmr h and fall to eliminate
greatest novelty scientific mualca
coincdy actors on the American stage.
"The Better Woman' featuring
Lenore Ulrich In ono of tho greatest!
dav. It is a remarkable five-part
1 and 1 " eaK "1U Hiu6b'a u" w -""""-
this uric acid wnicn Keeps xumui.u-
ing and circulating through the sys-
tem eventually settling in the joints
Mrs. Dora Barham of San Angelo
daughter of E. R. Gentry was here
Saturday to attend the funeral ot 01-
You'll miss a treat It you miss
Charley Chaplin tomorrow at Dixie.
It to be seen vill be the and muscles causing stiffness sore-
et toe seen Mlbe ino rheumatism.
PlayViu the pro to- ness a p rheumatlsin
i rcmarKaoie "i-pa .
Hrma nf love ieaiousy. hate and ' "V" "I
... jounces or jaa saia; pui a iamiu"-
Xo the SaatV ono ol tho. SiAZ
vnrv funnv two-reel L Ko comedies""41-. " " .z ...
featuring Ulllie Ritchie.
Durini: the past thlrty-six hears
Brownwood has experienced about all
the different kinds ot weather In tho
catalogue except sunshine. Saturday
night was cold and dismal with a fine
: mist cf rain in the air. Sunday morn-
ing brought a hard -shower followed
J by plenty of ice. During tho day Sun-
day the clouds were hanging low and
Sunday night another hard rain feM
aconrpanled by sleet hall wind ana.
ifphtninir. This morning the tempera- flVithAii tomorrow-D. B.- C. vs
ture has moderates slightly remain-jH p Rt jjanlel Baker park.f 25c.
ing above freezing point throughout " 1 ;
nio rinv. Renorts from over the coun- lOTr
try indicate that yesterdays shatters l TOMORROW AFTERNOON Lnd ? used with excellent results by
were general Tind -will bo or grcaij firgt ntcrcollegjato basketball . thousands of folk who are subject to
benefit to growing grain. samfj Q tho seagon win bo ayed to- rhoumatism. Hero you have n pleas-
! morrow afternoon at Daniel Baker flnt effervescent lithla-water drink
uniy a lew icn ; - between the boy3' teams oi uan
B. - C.
week. This Is said to eliminate unc
acid by stlmuiting tlie kidneys to
normal action thus ridding the blood
of these impurities.
Jad Salts Is Inexpensive harmless
and Is made from the acid of grapea
and lemon. Juice combined with llthta
Bldtst CHizit tf Rii
Grand! Villiy Dit s ai
rawnsvillt; Agti IB
FOR RENT Two larce nicely furs
nlshed rooms modern conveniences1
wUbiii-four. blocks. of business district.
For further particulars phone
LFOR RENT My S-room neeae-l-otf
Main Ave; furnished or uarwrnian-
ed. Mr3.A. L. Holland. SStfc
FOR RENT 2 rooms Xor Hjht house-
keeping. Close in 417 Fags St. 91p
FOR RENT Neat flve-roe-rn eetg.
close in. modem coav enJeneee. K. .J.
. ..i- t.-i- i. - - . . - fm
FURNISHED Roeane' tar light nonse-
keeplng. Pkone 2: -Stfe
FOR RENT Two nicely fnnuasd
front rooms for light aousekeepinn.
Phone 670. dTMfc
BROWNSaLLE Jan. 31. Jostah
fTurner said.to be the oldest resident
of the Rio. Grande Valley having
come hero with Taylor's army In 1845
died here today.
Turner nraS 90 years old. He was
a defender of old.Fort Brown in 1S46
when he and. seven hundred other civ-
ilians were under fire from trie Mexi-
cans for seven days.
FOR. a practical nurse
ribbons at oOc.
Guaranteed can ati (l Howard PaTe collcge3.
The game will start at 4 o'clock and ; Ady
the admission charge will be a? cenis. .
The basket ball teams of both lo-j
which overcomes uric acid and' is
beneficial to your kidneys as wellr-
XRELY' ESTATE SUaE.
The estate of the late W. U. Neelyr! cal colleges have
consisting . bt the following is tot
Anyone wanting any of tho above
can find us at 1519 Vincent strer.
ri. . mf-t XT n't?.! .V
I yip nuuu i.
pnfiiiv dGBnlte the bad weather und
both are now In good condition for
ts 3ltn1nir flinillh fnmfirrow 'ftt
been prfctlctaj n 2 redft
tjMr nnf1 -3 lb. can Club Xako Coffee at. G.
sale: 3 head horses. 3 wagons 1
buggy 3 or 4 .eta harness plow tools tomorrow gnu. :x. Kelth( s5c 1524 Cggln Ave
nA r.crimhiP mnunt ot feed stuff. ? much Interest has been token in bas- . -
litis. wi.fcjwv." w.w " i . I r
ket Dan. out hub year uuu i i
collqges will hare strong teams In the
fleM and the 'contcsu Doiweon mew
are expected .to bo hard fought.
- e .
I Casings and Tubes
We have a complete line of automobile cas-
ings and tubes and all kinds ot automobile
. sunnlies and accessories. When you break
down within five miles of town we will
liver anything you want free.
Your Business Appreciated '
Charley Chaplin at the Dixie
. Theatre tomorrow- in 2 reols.
Drink Hot .Chocolate
ASKED TO SPEAK OX PEACE
at the Dixie Tomorrow.
DR. R. L. FARRIS OSTEOPATH
506 Brownwood 'at'l Bank Bid.'
Oliver Typewriter rlbbona at
eaclu Bulletin Offfcc."
Will H. Mayes JTay AddressjXearby
Wil H. Mayes chairman pt the
School of Journalism habeen asked
by the World's Peace Foundation to
deliver addresses at nearby bllcgen
In the Intorest of international peace.
'It the addresses arc to oe nado In
tho next two nonths It will be hard
for me to find -time'' said Mr Mayes.
"I shall devote most of my tine pre-
cparlng for Nowspapor Veck to he
.held fcarch 20 to 25." University Re-
Only a. .few left OHt typewriter
rlbbons'nt 50c Guaranteed. Call at
Bulletin. Office . t - -. r ' - .
Home-made Gandtes at Kancaster's
The Gist of It.
"Last December I had a very se
vere cold and-was nearly down sick
in hod. I bousht two bottles of
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and It
wae only a very fow tlays until t was
nnttminrniv rostnrod to .health-' writes
0. J. Metcalf Wcatherby Mo If y(u
would know tho value ot this remedy
ask: any ono y)o has used it. Ob
tainable everywhere Adv.
' Onarlej" Cfcillii. the
Theatre. tomfHrrow ia 2 rel. -
154 acres ot land adjacent to city
limits close to Daniel Baker college.
Thl? land Is to be. divided Ino small
tracts of from 5 acres to as much as
wanted. Tho greater portion of it 13
choice farm land und Is the very best
for truck farming no better perhaps
in this part of the countryt Water
melons sweet and Irish potatoes to-
matoes have proven to be very prof-
itably raised on this land. It Is now
nn the market at. most reasonable.
terms and a reasonable price. I. -want
to show you Just wnore it is and what
it Is. Tho first purchasers get the
pick of this valuable property. Jo
not; wait to make yonr selection forya
portion ot this goed.land.
J. L. Ellin
TO LOAN $5000 rtriYate .money on
Brownwood real estate. One three
and tive years. Addreea "Loan"
NOTICE I am prepared to do your
sewing. Mrs.- R. C. Mayes. Phone
I am offering to exchange sjuar
tracts 10 to 30 acres jnst out ot
town for city property R. M. Low
phone J-120. 5tf
WE DO CRATING nackln shlpnlnf
and storing at a resome price s-v
pay highest cash prices foe second
hand furniture and stove. Repair-
ing neatly done. Brownwood Furni
ture Co. Phone 285. 98
PAsmnw rom mohris axd coifs
Fine -whiter paetnre ilnntj ot gms
and -water for hsrsea and dry cows on
farm just back of residfcn Apply
to the farmer in charts ol this pgfcre
MRS. WILL H. HATKS
LOST Bull pup six jnoath oW car
and tall1 cut; snow .white ceier pceV
habitually. Reward for return y
LOST S months old Light Colik Do?
white muff white feet extra- long
nair. xte-wara iuc reives u fT"
Sweet Phone 765. v
Worth dog tar on tettor. Answers
return to Frisco Tichet otiree. or
phone J-8S3. JOtfc
pit? rew Mt Oliver
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White, James C. The Daily Bulletin (Brownwood, Tex.), Vol. 15, No. 91, Ed. 1 Monday, January 31, 1916, newspaper, January 31, 1916; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth346234/m1/4/: accessed October 19, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Howard Payne University Library.