Temple Daily Telegram (Temple, Tex.), Vol. 13, No. 148, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 15, 1920 Page: 3 of 10
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TEMPLE DAILY TELEGRAM, TEMPLE, TESASTTHURSDAY MOVING, APRU. 15, UST,
THE BELTDII MUSIC t:
CLUB HAS 1 TfiEUT
CHEAT OCfcfCERT FKIDA* KVEN-
NG BY NEW VORK CHAMBER
Belton, April 14.—The New York
Chamber Music Society la another at-
traction well worth while that is
scheduled to take place In this city
this week. This celebrated organiza-
tion will give a concert at_ Baylor col-
lege here Friday evening, beginning at
eight fifteen o'clock. This .organisa-
tion'Is being brought to'Belton undet
the auspices of the Belton Music
club and is one of the important mu-
sical attractions of the season, In
fact it is regarded by musical critics
as an occasion fs^ual to the Frieda
Hempel concert which the Belton Mu-
sic club brought here a few months
The society is composed of eleven
members who are regarded by musi-
cal critics as among the best in this
eountry with their respective instru-
In all the larger cities there has
been much favorable comment by the
musical critics. The New York Sun
say of them "It was a concert well
balanced, well applauded, well worth
Pierre Hererotte, the first violinist
is a Belgian by birth and hia. work
Is well known abroad as here in
America, where he has been concert
master with- such organizations as
the Metropolitan, Chicago, and Bos-
ton opera companies.
Paul Kifer, cellist of the society is
of French bfrth and is a prize pupil
of the J'aris Conservatory. For five
years he was cellist of the New York
Each member of the New York
Chamber Music Society is an Ameri-
can citizen. Some are Americans by
birth and those who were born sub-
jects of the allies are now naturalized
Drowned 111 Whirlpool.
(Associated Press Dispatch.)
Memphis, Tenn., April 14.—IiOuls
T. Kavanaugh, manager of the Mis-
lssippi river section of the Federal
Mississippi and Warrior River Barge
line with headquarters in St. Louis,
was drowned In the Mississippi river
here today when a skiff in which he
was riding, was caught in a' whirl-
pool and capsized.
200 KHli-d By ■vplo-lon.
(Assuci&ted Prt-as Dispatch.)
Brussels, April 14.—Two hundred
persons are bflieved to have been
killed as the result of an explosion
in a chemical factory at Stolberg,
near Aix-la-Chapelle, Rhenish Prus-
Belton, April 14.—Mrs. A. D. Potta
who has been visiting relatives and
friends In Dallas, has returned to her
home in this city.
Miss Amy Wade Is the guest of
friends in Cameron.
Robert James is a business visitor
Mrs. W. 8. Hunter la reported to be
critically ill and very little hope ia
entertained for her recovery.
R. H. Johnson, general manager of
the Johnaon Manufacturing company
together with his wife is visiting in
the home of W. W. James and P. M.
Hunger Strike Off in Dublin.
(Associated Press Dispatch.)
Dublin, April 14.—Sixty-four hun-
ger striking prisoners have been re-
leased apparently unconditionally, and
as a result the strike is considered off.
Belton, April 14.—Belton will have
e honor Thursday of entertaining
William Howard Taft, the only living
Bx-Presi^ent of the United States and
th§, only man who ever sat in the
President's chair that has ever before
been In this city, Mr. Taft is being
brought to Belton by Baylor college
and while here he will be the guest
of the city.
The former President will be met
at the station by a committee com-
posed of Dr. J. C. Hardy, Hon. G'ep.
W. Tyler, H. T. Cochran, W. W.
James, C. P. Little, A. C. Bauer, Neal
Bassel and J. B. Hubbard and es-
corted to this city, where people from
all parts of the county and through-
out central Texas will be here to
The reception which this: city will
give the Ex-President will be at the
City park. Music will be furnished
by the Belton Young Men's Chamber
of Commerce band for the occasion
and it is planned to be one of the
greatest events ever staged in central
The stores of- the city will be dec-
orated with flags of the United States
and other patriotic emblems. Pre-
ceding the reception at the park a
line of march win be formed at the
Central hotel going through the busi-
ness section of the town to the park.
Not only is the reception o,f .Mr.
Taft by this city being looked for-
ward to by the people of cenfral Tex-
as but his address at Baylor college
Thursday night will be an occasion of
much Interest. Ills subject "Ameri-
canism vs. Bolshevism" is regarded
as one of his greatest lectures ami i3
particularly important at this time.
Belton Meets BnrtleM.
Belton, April 14.—The baseball
game to be played in this city Friday
afternoon between the Belton high
school and the Bartlett nine will in
all probability determine which school
will win the championshfi) of the
county. Both teams are well bal-
anced and have been playing some
excellent ball. Point* however aeem
to Indicate that Belton boya have a
little edge over the boya from Bart-
lett. ''Bartlett defeated TCmple by the
score of ten to two and Belton in
turn defeated Temple by the score of
1« to 5.
It is expected that one of the larg-
est crowds that has witnessed a high
school contest in this city this year
will be present for the gan>e Friday
Public Woiklrg McDowell Cemetery.
All who are interested In the Mc-
Dowell cemetery are requested to
meet therevFriday, April 16. Bring
hoes ahd rakes, dinner and flowers.
Home of Albert Oonds Rums.
Rogers, Tex., April 14.—The home
of Albert Bonds and the entire fur-
nishings were completely destroyed
by fire Monday night. Mr. Bonds
and family narrowly escaped from the
burning building in their night ctothes
it is said. The outbuildings were al-
so all loss. It Is estimated that the
damage was approximately f8.000.00
with $2,000.00 insurance.
Belton Team Back
Home aild Has Game
With Waco at 4 p. m.
Belton, April 14. — The Belton
Chamber of Commerce baseball team
returns*to Belton today to play the W.
A. H.olt club of Waco this afternoon
at 4 o'clock. This will be a very fast
game and It Is expected that many
local fans will be out to see the team
back on the home grounds.
Belton. April 14.—There will be an
entertainment at the Armstrong
school Friday night, April 16, at
Which time a number of comical plays
Will be presented. Among this num-
ber will be a negro minstrel. A gen-
eral good time is promised all who
la company of Delaware, manufac-
terfering with contracts beween the
Coca Cola company and the bottler*.
turers of syrup, frorm in any way In
The Injunction was made returnable
for hearing April 28.
STRAUSS TELLS HOW NAVY
WAS PREPARING FOR WAR
Killed, Struggling Over Pistol.
(Associated Press Dispatch,)
Chicago, 111., April 14.—William C.
Bryan, a stock and bond salesman,
whose body was found in the offices
nlghtof a trust company here Mon-
day night, was shot during a struggle
with Ellsworth Griffin, president of
the firm, over a revolver, according
to an alleged confession by Griffin,
police officials announced today.
Grttfin, who was found semi-con-
scious in a corridor outside the offi-
ces, was recovering today from the
effects of alcohol pois nirg.
Pershing to Go to Cuiiul Zone.
\ Associated Press Dispatch.)
Washington, April 14.—Gen. John
■Pershing will leave April 23. it was
announced, fo^ the canal zone to in-
spect defenses . and military units
there. This Will conclude the tour of
the nation's military establishment he
began several months ago.
Senator Reed May Be Delegate.
(Assoclntea i-rcss Dispatch.)
Independence, Mo., April 14.—Sen-
ator James A. Reed was endorsed by
the democratic county convention
here today as a delegate at large to
the national party convention.
iAssociated Press Dispatch.)
Washington, April 14.—Side lights
on the navy's preparation for war
were given the senate investigating
committee today by Rear Admiral
Strauss, former chief of ordnance,
who was in charge of laying and Utt-
er removing the North Sea mine bar-
Admiral Strauss said that as soon
as the world war started In 1914, the
navy began laying In a large supply
of reserve guns of all calibers, pow-
der and projectiles with the result
that when the United States' entered
the war there was no shortage of
To Abolish Sub-Treasuries.
(Associated Press Dispatch.)
Washington, April 14.—Agreement
to abolish the sub-treasuries at Bos-
ton, New York, Philadelphia, Balti-
more, New Organs, St. Louis, San
Francisco, Cincinnati and Chicago on
July 1, 1921, was reached today by
senate and house conferees on the leg-
islative, executive and judicial appro-
—— .. ...... ■
Cora Cola Fight Waging
(Associated Press Dispatch.)
Atlanta, Ga., April 14.i—Acting on a
petition filed by the Coca Cola Bot-
tling company of Atlanta and the Co-
ca Cola Bottling company of Chatta-
nooga, principal bottlers of that soft
drink. Judge George Bell, of the Ful-
ton county superior court today is-
sued an order enjoining the Coca Co-
— HEAR —
William Howard Taft
The Only Living Ex-President
'*' ;■■■ |
BAYLOR COLLEGE, BELTON
Today, April 15, 8:15 O'clock
His Subject Will Be
"Americanism vs Bolshevism"
General Admission $1.00
Reserved Seats $1.50
Tickets on Sale at Willis' Drug Store, Temple, and Belton Drug Co., Belton,
A public reception to Ex-President Taft will be held in the City Park, Bel-
ton, beginning at 3 p. m., today.—You are invited to attend.
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The high standard of workmanship is apparent
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BELTON-Invites the People of Bell County and Central Texas
Attend the Public Reception to Be Held at the City Park
Today, April 15th
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At 3 p. m., in Honor of Ex-1
WILLIAM HOWARD TAFT
The Only Living Ex-President—Will Speak at Baylor College at 8:15, Tonight
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Williams, E. K. Temple Daily Telegram (Temple, Tex.), Vol. 13, No. 148, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 15, 1920, newspaper, April 15, 1920; Temple, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth470223/m1/3/?q=yaqui: accessed April 5, 2020), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Library Consortium.