Sherman Daily Democrat (Sherman, Tex.), Vol. 41, No. 131, Ed. 1 Friday, December 15, 1922 Page: 3 of 16
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SHERMANl DAILY DEMOCRAT- 'TODAY. DECEMBER 15; 1922 -PART ONE
NOT TO BE USED
1 ARKUS ORGANIZATIONS
HELP POOR OF CITY IN
THKIK OWN WAY.
ci mmuuity cwpcrtltlrf (li-trltnitioii, that some organixation* which romlcr-
howi-vpp, is not expected l» affect the i-<i valuable aid Iasi year were not in
Niks' program lor distributing din- a position to co-operate litis year,
tiers. Among these is the local chapter of the
Available funds with the other or- Red Cross, which, it was brought out
gatiizntions are Deeded, in so many ur- at the meeting, lias become inactive,
gent cases ot Knknces and dire dU- not having conducted the annual roll
tless that representatives of these or- call tills year.
gniiicatlona said they did not feel jus-, Speaking for (he local American Lc
titled in asking their organizations to gion l’ost. the Rev. T. J. .Maliton do
make tile appropriation for toe $3 dared that the Legion was not willing
Christmas dinner. Stanley Roberts ex- that the chapter should he permanent
I pressed this conviction for the United ly inactive, and recalled resolutions
, Charities, and declared that for this adopted at a recent' meeting of the
organization to put $3 in one Christmas post pledging the assistance of tin-
basket would uaean that others in dire* pi st membership in the annual roll call.
.... .. .. —7 „ I need would bet deprived of any as-lsuould it be decided upon. Upon tlds
Distribution of Christmas dinners to HlsWnc<, However, Mr. Hohcr.s eon, .announcement Mrs. C. E. Craycroft of
x-needy of Sherman will not tie un- mended tin fraaernalisin and charity of [the local charter, who was present,
dertnken along the community cooper- j ^ Elks in distributing Christmas'said that It was still not too late for
alive plan employed a year ago for, buskt.ts. He d.sdar.sl that the lodge of-
Ihis year. This decision was reached j firerK reached with their appeal for
a: a nns-tlng of tlie representatives of,fmll]s for cbri8tlnas buskl.ls m;1IlV
dlfiei-ent fraternal and civic orgrfnizu- not roa(.hc(I bv dK, lnited Charity ap-
tions which participated In last-gear s j pt,aj_ anj (i,u. j1( uo way was the work
distr Unit ion. at (he Elks Club Thurs-
day afternoon. Abandonment of the
On Movie Screen
' Q9S5£T£r TT--—i ™
At I he Washington.
"The Man From Hell’s Run" is an
entirely different picture of the North-
west Mounted. A picture of overpow-
ering suspense. Thrills a plenty and
action. And a dog that will conquer
CHICAGO HAS FIRST SNOW AND his A ,ln,m" ,",f
Hhiwoifiil pttnclies a picture which
sweeps everything liefore it in its swift
rush of plot. And tliroiigli it runs n
j story of the romantic upi>enl of the
— .. „ ' Uanadian Northwest.
l>eo. l.i—Heavy preel-
NEW YORK THREATENED WITH
j ?e. feet Shoulders and Anot
'1Y ’ Hioth'sa emub the
J ! 4 i /’SClK&tSfi bc.vuUtul toll pearly
w h 11 e .tprenraitje
Ceu-aecT 4 Oricrtal
Cre-'.-n rendm to tl e
rhoukier* anil ?.rrr,l.
C-tvera side hltmUhes.
Will no, nib c tl. Fay
superior to powders.
of fht- Elks ur. embarrassment to
United Charities, but an aid.
Ulan Not Adopted.
Oil a motion offered by the Rev. T. J
Mnntoii, it was voted that the co-opera
live plan of Cliristmas basket distribu-
tion used lust your will not lie adopted
tills year, but Unit each organization
-will be left lo employ its funds in the
manner that it deems will provide re-
lief for tlie largest number of fam-
Salvation Army At Work.
^iio Salvation Army is now raising
funds wiili which to provide Christians
dinners to the needy.
II was brought out at the meeting
Always a Good Show
“The Marshall of
1 Money Mint”
i_- i '_
“The Timber Queen”
—MONDAY AND TUESDAY—
“The Man From
Today and Saturday—
The Range? Rider
“One Jump Ahead”
“In the Days of Buffalo
Mso Lee Moran Comedy—
with lots of fun! !
Coming Mon. and Tues.—
“When the Clouds Roll By”
the chapter to put on its roll call, pro
lined it was assured of such co-opera-
tion. She related that appeals to the
city and county governments for as-
sistance had not secured responses, of-
ficers pleading inability to provide tlie
Among those attending tin* meet-
ing were C. C. Lankford and A. S. No-
ble, of Coe Elks; Captain L. II. Cross-
land of the Salvation Army ; Rev. T.
J. Mantnn. of the Charles it. Simmons
l’ost of the American Legion and
Hhrrinun Castors' Association; C. W.
Whitehead, of tlie Y. M. C. A.; Miss
Fay Miller and Mrs. Mae Fair of tlie
Red Cross; Mrs. Cal Williams and
Stanley Roberts of tlie United Churl-
ties. and Mrs. C. E. Craycroft of the
Red Cross local chapter.
Pope Gets Present.
By tho Associated Press
Rome, Ilec. 15.—Tlie uevyly appoint-
ed cardinal Tool, archbishop of Milan
ha.- presented to I’ope Plus in behalf of
the members of the Milan archdiocese,
a solid gold tiara sel with jewels which
lias an estimated value of 2,00,000 lire.
The lwjiyplf sought out the Monntle
.. . ,, or in n in por- w|,j, bledtft in his eye and murder in
tlons of virtually every State except hi> h(,n|.t
Florida, with n particularly heavy Uesperntion for one must die. They
By the Associated Press
pitatton, either snow
- AY II II HIlMim
............. The two men fought with
with a particularly
snow fall in the lower lake region, giv- Sniggled perilously near the edge of
lug ( hiengo its first snow of any eon- 11 u; i lilT. A minute more and both
sequence tills season and the first would go crashing ovi r tlie precipice,
heavy snowfall of the year in New Then (nine liiii Tin. the mighty leader
York, marked the progress of winter of the huskies.
over tlnx United States. j To lie al tlie Washington Theatre
Chicago’s snowfall measured about Monday and Tuesday.
one ha'f inch But it left the streets I --
slippery. Three persons were killed and the Gem.
Lot. ion. Dec. 15.—A bill removing
the cohnrgo against the importation of
Cuniuliau cattle was included in the
measures to which royal assent was
Deliciously different — Schepprf
is a Prescription for Colds,
Fever and LaGrippe. It’s the
most speedy remedy we know,
—Who trades with us,
our quality and prices are
not the best in Shoes and
ST. LOUIS BARGAIN
205 West Houston
two injured yesterday lit automobile
I >07i ns of persons were Injured,
slops crashed in the harbor and a fuel
famine threatened as a result of New
York's first heavy snow storm tills
year. Extra police were placed on
guard at lumber yards to keep the cold
sufferers from depleting the yards.
While temperatures were higher in
the Eastern and Southern States, it
rein lined unusually cold in the North-
west and was colder from the upper
Mississippi valley southwestward to
Colorado and the Texas Panhandle.
Zero Weather Near.
Sub-zero temperatures were predict-
ed for Nebraska, Iowa and South Da-
kota, heralding another cohl wave for
(liese States. It was forecast that tlie
thermometer would drop to 10 below.
Sleet Covered a large part of Kansas
and Northwestern Missouri, causing a
number of vehicle accidents resulting
in injury to pedestrians. The weather
continued cold in both States.
Drop in Oklahoma.
Oklahoma reported a drop in the
mercury from winds blowing across tlie
Kansas border, which ended a period
of balmy weather. Itelow freezing tem-
peratures were expected.
A ris-> in the temperature In the
Northwest to near zero promised a tem-
orttry and slight relief from tlie below
zero temperatures prevalent several
days. Oregon ivas covered with an al-
most unbroken blanket of snow that
delayed and hindered railroad, street
car and automobile traffic. Continued
cold was forecast.
Rain along the California coast was
predicted. Streams throughout Hie
Stale were reported running bankful
because of tlie heavy stor,ns of the pasr
iegk.r. At Dallas, Texas, the temjier-
UNIVERSITY OF 1
ON BIO TRIP
WILL GO TO CHICAGO FOR TWO
the trip ivili probibiy be the Washing-
ton University team’of St. I/Mils,,the
Missouri University tram, tlie Kansas
Aggie quintet and the St. Mary’* team
Of St. Mary's, Kansas.
Schepps' Cakes in the sanitary car-
ton. •» u23-tfc
Austin, Texas, Dec. 15.—Members of,
the University of Texas Irosketbiilt i
team will leave on Saturday, 1h«c. 23,J
on one of the longest tours ever at -;
tempted by any of the Varsity athletic,
They will go to Chicago, Ills., nnd,
will meet either the University of Che!
cago or Northwestern University, or
both quintets there.
They will go first to Norman. Oklu..
where they will play ugainst the Soon-1
Ollier tennis to he encountered on
A Wonderful Collection of
Distinctive styles—settings that are different—stones of
the finest quality. Hundreds of beautiful Diamonds in
‘ platinum, 1 8K white gold and 14K green gold with plat-
inum tops. A selection of Diamonds that will surely
please you, no matter what your taste. And the prices
are extremely low.
—Gold and Silver Pencils
—Chests of Silver
—-All kinds of Rings
—Scarf Pins " * ,
Potts Jewelry Co.
106 N. Travis St.
. . -r —
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Marriage is advocated by some: de-
precated by others. Many participate in
marriage; many anticipate it. Every
one, at some time or other *n life, de
i liberates on the subject Marriage is
the main theme of Florence Vidor's
second starring vehicle for Associated
Exhibitors, called "Tlie Real Adven-
ture." nnd showing Monday and Tues-
day at the Gem Theatre.
Henry Kitchell Webster is Hie au-
thor of "The Real Adventure,” a satire
in the romance of courtship and the
reality of marriage, it is a King Vi-
dor Production, directed by that clever
young genius from the scenario by
Mildred Considine. Tlie cast includes
Clyde Fillmore, l’hilip Ryder, Nellie
1’. Saunders and Lilyan McCarthy.
At the Queen.
No real man ever intentionally sets
to work to make a girl cry, for if
there's anything ite dislikes in life it
is that tyranny of tears. Yet that’s
exactly what Victor Fleming, the di-
rector for Douglas Fairbanks did ill
Doug's next “Big Four” picture, “When
the Clouds Roll By." which is toibo
six'll at the Queen Theatre on Monday
Doug wrote the stoiV and in one
scene he insisted iy Ids script, that the
young lady with whom he was In love
and who turned hitn down, was to shed
real tears. Kathleen Clifford, said
young lady, In the part, couldn’t make
her tear ducts work the day tlie picture
ivas to lie made, so Director Fleming,
when lie hail her rehearsing on the set
deliberately tierated her. Finally the
temperamental little girl became
worked up and nervous that she broke
forth in great heartrending sobs, amt
then the "fiendish director yelled,
“Shoot, Camera.” and laughed finally
at her because he hud secured just
attire Was reported cooler after a rise "'l11*1 lu‘
H'tftordny Despite his sutvess it was days ho-
' More rain was forecast in Ocorgi,t1^0 1,“" M,f*! '''I'1''":1 '"'lk:vin«'J1111
today with lower temperatures, holding pl"’V « c‘'vln"
above the season’s average «r ^ , H,“ l'T “T" ^
T . ’ r 1111 tmilly when they screened the scene and
s ( ton. x>cal tains, nceom- they realized that the harsh methods
had obtained excellent results.
paiiied by n cold wave in the north and
central, ’portions, were predicted for
Mississippi. Prospects of near freezing
temperatures were seen for portions of
Tennessee today following hotfvy show-
ers of last night.
Sncw flurries with falling tempera-
tures were predicted for New Mexico.
Arizona, Utah, Colorado, and Western
Texas. Colder weather was announced
for the Rocky Mountain States. Breek-
enridge,' Colorado, reported a fifteen
inch snow fall hist night.
Seliepps’ Cukes at your grocers.
Schepp’s Butter-nut Cakes, 10c.
YOU WON’T HAVE FEVERS, COLDS
OR DIZZY SPELLS
it, Schcpps’ Cake.
ll you keep your liver netlvo nnd
bowels regulated with BOND’S LIVER
PILLS. They tire small, easy to take,
mild, effective and inexpensive. Only
25c at any drug store.—(Adv.)
.. ■■: i■ .■•■■■■•
AN SALE SATURDAY
EXTRA FINE COATS
—Fur Collars —Brown and Navy
$49.50, $59.50, $69.50
■—The Most Wonderful in Town
36 INCH CHIFFON VELVET
—The Latest for Dresses
—Colors: Navy, Black, Purple
Price: $10.00 and $12.50 Yard
(Cost Wholesale. $7.50 Yard)
50 PIECES PURE LINEN DAMASK
—Our Own Importation
J$2.50, $3.00 and $3.50 Yard
—72 Inches Wide —Napkins to Match
100 NEW FUR CHOKERS .. ... .$10.00 to *$92.50
WALTER l JONES & EO.
A story of a real he-man,
with the greatest fight ever
, Also Comedy
Coming Monday—* j %/
The picture all Sher-
man is waiting to
of Zenda ”
Alice Terry — Ray-
mond Navarro and
Barbara La Marr,
Make your arrangements
new to see this wonder pro-
rWi "v,. Broke all records
at Palace Theatre, Dallas.
Men’s Suits $!’’
()\ err oats......S10.«» to $25.01
Markinaivs... $0.00. $7.50, $9.00
Dress Pants. $3.00. $1.00. $5.00
Hats ...........$3.00 to $5.00
Dress Shirts........98c to $1.95
Shoes............$2.15 to $6.50
House Slippers------$1.25 to $2.00
I'idon Suits...... $1.00 to $2.00
25c to $1.00
Socks in Silk, Lisle, Wool or
Cotton...’... 15c, 25c, 50c, 75c
Sweaters ... .$1.25, $2.00 to $8.00
Suspenders, Belts, Garters,
Men's Wool Shirts $2.50 to $3,50
Boys’ Dress Shirts 75c to $1.25
Boys' Flannel Slurts ........
....................$1.50 to $2.00
Boys’ Work Shirts .......... 75e
Boys’ Caps.......50e, 75c $1.00
Boys’ Gloves... 25c. 50c, 75e, $1.00
Boys’ Suits .....$£.90 to $12.ifo
Boys’ Shoes.;.......$2.25 to $4.00
Hoys’ Sweaters ...$1.00 to $1.00
Boys’ Belts, Ties, Waists, llose,
Underwear, at rigid prices.
SHERMAN’S LEADING THEATRE
Again Today and Tomorrow—
The Drama Beautiful >
?• r4 in
JAMES KIRKWOOD — ANNA Q —
Ask your frienJ who saw it—100 per cent
Schedule: 12, 1:30, 3:00, 4:30, 6:00, 7:30,
Coming Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday—
The greatest double bill ever brought to
Direct from Majestic Theatre, Dallas, Texas.
Music—^Comedy—and fine entertainment.
FLORENCE VIDOR IN
“THE REAL ADVENTURE”
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