Sherman Daily Democrat (Sherman, Tex.), Vol. THIRTY-EITHTH YEAR, Ed. 1 Monday, May 26, 1919 Page: 1 of 8
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DARING AVIATOR AND PILOT
WHO WKHE THOt’GHT U)ST
ALIGHTED IN MID-OCEAN
Hawker Home In Ixmdon is Seene of
Happy Meeting as people <io to
CoiiKrattilate Aviator’s Wife and
Children—Little Woman Never
Lent Hope as Days Went By.
Animat*il Prett Dhpatrh]
London. May 26 Harry <i. Haw-
ker and IJeutenaut Coinraamler Mac
Kenzie Grieve, the two airmen who
started oot lust Sunday week hi an
attempt to fir across the Atlantic
Ocean from St. John. S. F„ Itave.lieen
picked up at s<*a and hrougbt to Scot-
land. Both men are in perfect health.
Happiness in Hatvker Home.
i iinclutnl Prtti Ditpatch ]
London. Sundae. Mar 25.—There was
a merry party in the home of Harry
(i. Hawker near Surbiton toulght.
many callers, including Thomas O. H.
Sopwlth, head of the Sopwltll Aviation
jComimiiv. builders of the machine in
Which Hawker attempted to cross lib*
Atlantic. going to the house to congrat-
ulate Mrs. Hawker. Manv airmen
were among those who called.
Mis. Hawker never lost confidence
that her husband would lie rescued.
Even on Saturday evening she was
still hopeful, declaring that Sunday
was her lucky dav, and said: “We
shall have good news tomorrow." To-
day Iter home was Inundated with tele-
grams of congratulations and the tele-
phone in the dnhlttlv lief lagged dwell-
ing was constantly ringing.
In a mrasage expressing his own
and the Queen's sympathy and condol-
ence. King George on Saturday ex-
pressed his fear that Hawker had M
his life. He added : “I feel that the
nation 1ms lost awe of Its most able
ami daring pilots ami flint he sacrificed
his life for the fame and honor of
British flying." An official statement
loiiflrmlng news dispatches of the res-
cue of Hawker and Lieut. Commander
McKenzie was Issued tonight. It said:
“Harry G. Hawker and Lieut. Com
mamler Grieve were rescued in latitude
fit) degrees and 20 minutes north and
longitude 2i> degrees and 50 minutes
west. They allglitcr dose to a steam-
er owing to a defect in the water clr
dilution of their motor. Both men
arc in iierfec! health. The airplane
was not saved.”
GEORGE E. ( OOK.
Pioneer Business Men of Sherman
Passes Away After Short Illness.
George F.. Cook. 60 years of age and
1 for 46 years a citizen of Sherman
died Saturday evening at 7 o’clock,
following an Illness of twenty-four
hours with apoplexy.
Burial was In West Hill cemetery
Sunday afternoon. Services were held
at Ids late.residence. No. 512 South
Travis street, at 5 o'clock, conducted
hv Dr. W. .f. Miller, rector *of St.
Stephen's Episcopal church.’ The
Knights TemplHr furnished an escort
to the grave.
Mr. Cook Is survived by bis wife.
Mrs, Myra H. Cook, and one daugh-
ter, Mrs. J. H. B. Hcnsc of Houston.
Als-o a brother. Mark Cook of Dexter,
Deceased was one of the pioneer
business men of Sherman. For many
years he was a member of the Jewelry
house of Elv & Cook, and biter was
associated with Colonel Jules E,
Muchevt In the fame business,
several year*! prior id ids death lie
was eonnooted with the Strange Jew-
elry Company of this city. * •
His fwierul was largely attended,
and the large and beautiful floral of-
fering attested tfho lilgjh estieeia In
The following Were the pallbearers':
Dr. O. C. Aiders. Will I,. Ely. Will
Eubank. W. H. Jilt. M. V. Johnsop.
Paul Kent, active: C. B, Dorchester.
H, L. Hall. It F„ Strange. iV,
Robertson, W. C. Jones, T. D. .foiner.
Auoeiated Prett Ditpatch]
Haris. May 20—Tim Council of Four
of flic Peace Confereiue lias deckled
conditionally to rooogiiiBP the <uiU-
Rohthcviki Government of Adpiirifi
Kibbak and General Denikine, ac-
cording to a Reuter’s agency here.
•* *i . 1 •
German) ’a Proposals.,
Aitociated Piett Ditpatch j
Berlin, Sunday. )Jay 25—Informa-
tion has been received from an unitn-
l>eac lurklc source that the ,-eouuU'f
pi-oisisuia - to lie Made by Gprmauy to
i he peace conference will ik^laje in
favor of military disarmament, saying
that Germany is ready »o reduce her,
furies to .'t.'iO.iHHi wtthln two mouths
after the conclusion of pence and by
■the expiration of another year* to cut
the size of the army down to 200,000
men. ;.a '
It will lie ileciared that in spite of
internal disorders and the nerosslly
for defending her frontiers. Germany
tints agrees' to disarm ahead of ail
other powers. It is pointed out that
lids gives a<li‘i|imte proof of Germany’s
determination to renounce all mili-
taristic and imperialistic tendencies.
China Makes Appeal.
4 nnoriated fro,* Dupatchi
Paris. Mny 25--Clmo Ming-Wang,
and tlirre other representatives of the
Chinese government at Canton, who
ure how in Paris have cabled to the
LOSING OUT IN
Rl.MORED LENINE HAS PROPOS
ED AN ARMISTICE T«
ASK WOMEN JO HELP iT LOOK^ ENCOURAGING
Allied Ponces Can Take Petrograd at
Any Time, But Food to Feed the
Population is Latching—Admiral
Kolchak’s Troop* Will Go
in Chinn to
AnnHated Preti Ditpatch] ,
Loudon. Sunday, May 25.—^Vhile
there is.no confirmation from tether
sources that Nikolol IJenine, the' Bol-
shevik! ptemler of Russia, has propos
ed an armistic to Admiral Kolchak,
head ->f I lie all’-Russian govarmuent at
niuak. there are indications tliat tin*
Bolslipviki arc anxious over Hie fate
of Petrogrud and Moscow. A wireless
Rmsian despatch states that the' de-
fense (*ommittei* of Moscow is apiieai-
iug for women volunteers for military
service in towns and admits that tion-
Bolslievik troops are fighting in the
I'nltei: States Congress an appeal for ,,tttKuirts of Riga on the left tiank of
According to a despatch
Reptcr correspondent with tin;
PROHIBITION. WOMAN KTEFRAGE
orfcfrihin Amendment is De-
d^Ight Vote Cast Hut Re
Ren* Coming In Fast—Grayson
County Went Prohibition as
I’stml, Also for Woman’s
. « Suffrage,
Tex.. May 26 At 3
o’clock this Adterncon the vote-In
tin* state on ‘the amendments voted
Poet Flyer Resigns.
Associated Press Dispatchl
Rome. Sunday. May 25—Gabriel K
D'Annunzio, the poet aviator, resigned
Ills |sist as I.ieuIcnaiitA'onfuuuuier in
the Italian army after the’general in
• ommand of the flying corps had or-
derail bis immediate ratnni to eamp.
D'Annunzio, who was a volunteer, ex-
eroised his rigid in asking to lie re-
tired. saying that tie considered the
order from the general of a political
nature rather than military.
Panama Strike Settled.
Attociaied preti Dispatch]
Panama. Sunday, May 25— The
street car »irik> lien* was nettled to-
day, tin* employes being granted a
wage increase of four cents an hour,
efts live .June first.
forces in the Murmansy region, which •)
reflects military views, there .is no
doubt entertained that Petrograd can
lie laken hut he says Ms capture would
lie useless, owing to the allies' inabil-
ity to' fefd tlu* population as the i£rlt-,
iiTH Tinc ^f cWnimniiicafious is now five
Itundred miles long, with a single line
of railways. The* -correspondent adds
-on Saturday stood:
I Pynjiihltit n—For, 56,650: against !
! 47.112. - ' !
I Woman Suffrage —For. 55.15.1: I
| against. 51.S3& I
The home owning measure seems |
1 to have carried, but tn| governor's |
i salary amendment warf defeated. j
f -WHmpjere returns art* in from 1
r more that) half the Ante’ and |
! nearly nil of the arjl strongholds I
I have l>eea.hpavd.1fr,'>o.
tluil Ailmirul Kolchak’s troo|»* slh»uM
In* In Mutka in six weeks and sasin «f
Is* a nn
mid lie in touch with tin*
>ont. He says once sup-
HUtnwia ara assured, tile
Moscow and Petrograd will
of only as short time.
Sport in Rio Janeiro.
Aitociated Preti Ditpatch]
Rio Janeiro. Sunday, May 25 —Play-
ing in the final game for the cham-
pionship of South America the foot- ___ __________________
ball teams representing Brazil undjbave been succeeded by Professors Tel-
Anoriaitd Petit Dm*itcM
Omsk, Tuostlav, Mny 20.—The work
of riHirgantalng the cabinet of the m 11-
Russian government is pnwx*ediiig, it
til ing Intended to effect a closer co-
ordination with tin* military control
and at the same time work more effic-
iently along tin* lines of tin* program
adopted by Admiral Kolchak. Form-
er ministers of justice and education.
M. Stnrlnkevitch and M. Sapozhnlkoff
1 ruguity battle to a tie here today,
tlie score being 2-2. Another content
will Is* played during the coming
New Minister to Be Appointed.
Atioaated Prest Ditpatch J
Buenos Aires, MK.v ' 25- Honorin
Pueyrrt'don, minister of foreign af-
fairs, announced that In response to
a reiptest of President Carranza of
Mexico, tin* Argentine Is*gation in
Berlin will assume
berg and Preotiazhensky. who it Is be
lleved will direct the work of tin* two
deimrtmcnts to licttcr advantage.
It is also proposed Ui combine the
mlhlstry of war with the general staff,
under the presidency of the chief of
staff, General Leliediev. who will move
to Ekaterinburg, where he will be near-
er the scene of operations. Tills ministry
lms in the past been tlu* recruiting and
drilling of soldiers up to the point
Where the men 'were incorporated into
combat units. After that time the
........ ..... H-nnuii ('l)il Of
interests until a new McxIchu minis- ,nen under control of the staff.
.... . .... »-* ....... I ...Iti/.li HOsnltAil ill s-i lino
tk*r is appolntetl.
BIG OIL CO.
an arrangement which resulted in some
cases in a conflict of authority. Cer-
tain considerations regarding the pro-
visioning rod equipping of the men
will also be influenced by tlie proposed
Indications ^ have been pointing
strongly for some time to tin* presence
of oil in Grayson county and Its even-
tual discovery in paying | cpiHUtities.
These* indications were ^strengthened
Saturday afternoon when announce-
ment was made of the organization
For Tif u half million dollar stock eom/Winy
to deal in oil and gas leases in this
and other counties of the State and
Oklahoma, with a view of developing
these leases for production. 1 f"
_-----_ ---------- : ____________r_ Artlctea »f qaiionlntlon of the Butted
W,", hPU' 1,V th° V™*'* 0f livings OU Ablation of Sherman.
Texas, as tlie new concern will he
kiyuvu. iverc (ilcd .Satiirday gttprnooii.
'■'Ijp^ii'gaiiizJs, as si't ilpmi i« the
1fihak.are Jolill Marsliall, Col,
les li. M^cdiertv CJ A. Shock. J. J,
Ktilamk and Hump IV Abney, all well
Jews Given Guarantees.
Aitociated Preti Ditpatch]
Omsk. Tuesday, May 20.—By the
Associated Press.—Admiral Kolobak,
head of the all-Russian government,
haft returned from a visit to Ekaterin-
burg, where* he* presided " at a confer-
ence of manufacturers. Peasant» «tul
fiijlustrial organizations in tlie Cral
-'(Tisnict. Jle gave them asgrajiw that
tl&O **'**'AMa*lu*Vot n*sinii1 liotiv IVi tlii’i a, i
J. B. Wilson. Dr. AV. B. Loving. Will- [known business air<T professional men
ter Dickerman, J. W. Westbrcxik. W. of this city, and W. W, Gardner and
It Brenls, R A. Chapman. Jr.. C. A. Ross Corlett of Wichita Fulls. Mr.
Kelly. W. H. latlkford. M. E. McGill- Abney. Mr. Eubank and Mr. Shock
tils, (Denison), honorary. are. named as trustees for the fffst
The death of George E. Cook lias
caused a pall of sorrow to lmng over
the entire city t|f Sherman. His long
residence here and his honorable, up-
right life had endeared him to all of
the people. He w>s faithful and con-
scientious in nil the relations of life,
generous nnd noble hearted, a good
neighbor nnd a good citizen, nnd Ills
wife, daughter and brother, have the
sincere sympathy of all In their grcRt
"Do you understand the Russian sit-
uation ?”._“No,” replied Senator Sor-
ghum. “But that doesn't matter. No-
body else understands tt sufficiently to
prevent my assuming all kinds of sn-
lierlor knowledge if I oboo.se."—Wash-
“Where did yon get that chicken.
Kelly?" “Sura, sorr. It came for me
vlcious-ltke. and I had to kill It in
self defense, sorrl’'—‘Passing Show.
'• • * sw
I,)’ tfafl <«Av*v'*
turttMWlL nc f**»x<"
The asaoeiaj^on.is organized along
the usual lines of oil stock (.-ompauies
and on a Imsis of $500,000 capital. Two
thousand shares will lie Issued, of tlie
par value of $250 each. The large de-
nomination given tlie individual alia res
Is taken to Indicate that the organ!*-
'-rs of the association do not Intend
to encourage the usual large ilumber
of small oil investors into tlie enter-
prise. but to Interest larger capital.
However, the articles of association
provide tliat the shares may Ik* sold
on the installment plan, at $10 down
and $10 a month, and that at any time
it is deemed advisable, imymctit on
the shares may Ik* stopjied hy the com-
pany. and ojierations ix-gun on the
smaller cupltal paid in. At any time
later when it is desired to Increase
the capital up to $500,000, (MtyniPiit on
the shares may be resumed.
Tlie articles of association provide
tliat Sherman sluill Ik* the head office
of the association.
. “ • ! .1,. 111.,-; ■>
Esthonians Break Through.
A undated Pint IJispatchl
London. May 26,—Bv a surprise at-
tack on Friday night Kathonlnn forces
broke’”through the Bolsheviki posi-
tions along the whole Pskov, capturing
1,000 prisoners and many cnnnoii and
machine gens, according to an offic-
ial statement issued at Esthoninn staff
lie government would help fit tlie re-
labHitation of industriaf and in tin*
nlpling up of transportation fdcililie*,
Gmtrantewi wen- given Ji Jewish fft'F
egntlon that the rights of Jews, would
be safeguarded and Several Jewish,
organizations expressi'd coafidence in
tin* government, st*nding cash donations
for the ar/ny. Admiral Kolchak out-
lined the work projioscd hy till* de-
partment of agriculture in framing land
.reform legislation which would guar-
antee Peasants the tenure of land
which they till and increasing the
number of landholders by a large per-
centage In many districts. The land
policy of tile government contemplates
broadly the parcelling out of tin* gov-
ernment lands and tin* subdivision of
private estates on the basis of a fair
compensation to tlu* owners from tin*
DR. BROWN TO SPEAK.
Dr. F. F. Brown, pastor of the
I First Baptist church, who lias
I just returned from , tlie Enroiienn
l war zone, will lie the principal
! sneaker at the Tuesday Luncheon
| Club at tlie Sherman Y. M. O. A.
Prohibition, woman suffrage and the
home ownership HmendtWnt received
substantial majorities In Grayson
county, while the amendment increas-
ing, the Governor’s salary appears to
hura lost ou tlie face of retards from
thirty-four out of the fifty nine lioxes
i*l tlm county received and Inhabited
hv the ltemocrat up to noqn today.
Tlnse returns iiu-luded all of tile
larger lioxes in the county: Sherman,
Denison, Van Alstyne, Wliiteshoro,
Wliitewright. Pottslmro, Gordonville,
Sadler, Southmayd, Gunter, Howe, and
also Batsell's Park. Kuirview, Rock
Greek."Klmont. Ptlqa (irpve, Ida. Hyde
Iftirk. Ellsworth. tWofrMills and Red
Tlu*s<* lioxes gave the following total
results For prohibition 2.110, against
prohibition, l.-'ltid: for suffrage, 1,714,
against .suffrage 1.560: for Governor's
increase 1.41!), against Governor’s in
crease 1.671: for home .ownership
amendment 1,800, against home owner-
ship amendment 1.10$.
Of tin* thirty-four boxes heard from,
six went anti-prohibition, and one,
Hyde Park, gave a tie vote. Tlie anti
lioxes are: Batsell's Park: First, Sec-
ond. Fourth and Fiftli Wards
of Denison and Ellsworth
Pottsboro went dry by one
vote, tbo total lK*lng 53 for and 52
Twelve of the thirty four boxes,
however, gave majorities'against wo-
man BUfrage. while one, Denison Sixth
Ward, gave ,a t).> vote. The anti-suf-
frage boxesjpre Batsell's Park, Fair
view (27 to“' 28), Pottsboro, Rock
Greek, South AVhitesbofo, Southmayd,
Gunter, Hyde Park, Ellsworth, Red
Branch, Denison. First and Second
A large number of precincts gave
majorities against the constitutional
increase of tin* Governor's salary
while several voted against the lhmie
ownership amendment, including Bat
.■ell's Park.'which defeated all of the
amendments; Gordonville. Itwk Greek,
Hyde Purk and Dorchester.
The Res ills in Sherman.
All four of Hie amendments carried
hy tin* same relative majorities in
Sherman, the "for vote" in each case
ranging from 507, as in the case of
tlie Governor's salary increase, to
545. as in the case of woman suffrage,
and the "against vote” from 315 in
the case of suffrage ja 337 in the case
of tlie Governor's salary increase.
The total vote in Sherman for the
four propositions was. ns follows:
For.prohibition 527: against fn-olii-
For woman suffrage 545; against
woman suffrage 315.
gin'eriuir’s“satiny Increase 547;
against governor's salary increase 337.
For home ownership amendment.
588) against home ownership amend-
All of the aiucjjdnHiitu carried; in
bach ward, except ' the Governor's
sulary increase in tlie South Fifth
ward,, wlrorc- tliere was a tie vote.
The vote by wards was ns follows:
First ward—For prohibition 44.
against prohibition 27: for suffrage
40, against suffrage 20; for governor’s
increase 46, against governor’s in-
crease 26: for home ownership 45,
against home ownership 20.
Second Ward -For prohibition 111,
against prohibition 64; for suffrage
122, against suffrage 55: for gover-
nor’s increase 115: against governor's
Increase 57: for home ownership 11!),
against home ownership 57.
'Third Ward - For prohibition 112,
against 66: for suffrage 120. against
60; for governor’s increase 124,
against 02: for home ownership 117,
against 66. * y
Fourth Ward—For prohibition 78.
against 46: for suffrage 75, against
52: for governor's increase 74. against
51; for home ownership 80, against
N*orth Fifth Ward--iFor prohibition
63, hgainst 74 : for suffrage 8!), against
75; for governor's inn-ease 85, against
70; for tionje ownership tli2, against
THINGS THAT NEVER HAPPEN
• /. - fa
Aitociated Preti Ditpatch]
Amsterdam, May 26—The Volcano
of Kulut, in Java, lias burst into
eruption, wiping out twenty villages
in tlie district of Brcnaat and eleven
in the vicinity nf HIitar nnd causing
dentils estimated at 15,000, according
to n Central Ntws disputed received
The young lady across the way says
women hare done their tairt J11 every
great war in history, and she doubts if
Napoleon would ever have won tlie
Battle of Waterloo if it hadn't been
for Joan of Arc.—Cartoons Magazine.
47; for governor'^
against 02; for home
Outside of Sherman.
Denison defeated the ■ prohibition
amendment as well as the amendment
to increase the governor's salary,
while her vote tied on tlie suffrage
question. The home ownership amend-
ment was .the only one given a ma-
jority. Four out of tlie six Denison
wards returned majorities against
prohibition hy constitutional amend-
ment. the totals follow:
For prohibition 207. against 37.1:
for suffrage 336L against 336: for
governor's salary Increase 296. against
364; for home ownership 455.
Prohibition—For 145, against 77.
Suffrage—For 110, against 108.
Governor’s salary—For 00. against
Home Amendment—For 125, against
Prohibition—For 151, against 02.
Suffrage—For 101. against 77.
Governor's .salary—For 00. ugainst
Home Amendment—Fbr 117. against
Prohibition—For 132, against 53.
Suffrage—For 88, against 03,
Governor's salary—For 61. against
Home Amendment—For 05, against
Prolifbitfon—For ISO. against 43.
Suffrage—For 114, against 68.
Governor's salary—For 81, against
Prohibition "-T-'or 60; -gjfHtHsF 34.
Suffrage—For 21. against 57.
Prohibition For 60, against 27.
Suffrage -For 16, against' 5Sl.
Prohibition—For 21. against 30.
Prohibition—-For 5. against 7.
Suffrage—For 5. against 8.
Governor's Salary—For 5, against 8.
Home Amendment—For 7, against
SERMON TO HIGH
“Where do you live?” This question
asked of tlie Christ by his dieiples,
according to St. John, was made tlie
text of tlie baccalaureate sermon de-
livered to the.memlier of the gradu-
ating class of Sherman High School
at Travis Street Methodist church
last evening by Dr.-D. K. Porter.
Tlie church Was completely filled at
8:30 o’clock when the fiftyodx mem-
Imrs of the class marched in and took
seats reserved for them in the router
of tin* church. Two special musical
muml)<*rs preceded the sermon. Miss
Frances Parrish, soprano, sang
Scott's “Out of the Depths,” and
Hampton Abbey, Jr. rendered a violin
solo, Godard's "Berceuse.' (Jocelyn)”.
Dr. IVirter expressed his apprecia
atioh for the honor shown him in ask-
ing him to deliver tiio baccalaureate
sermon. In putting tlu* ( question,
"Where do you live?” to the class, Dr.
Porter said that lie did not mean to
ask tlu* class where any of them lived,
with reference to residence. lie did
mean to ask in wlmt world they lived:
whether in a world of low desires nnd
IS LOCKED "?
ROY CHmCHILL. LONG SOI GUT
BY NOITHERN POLICE, FLKAlXj
FOR HIS BRIDE.
POSED AS WEALTHY MAN
Bankers’ Protective Association Uad
Spent More. Than $15,(100 Trying
to Run Mail Down.
New Orleans.—Arrested while in
New Orleans on his honeymoon. Roy
Churchill, long sought hy detectives
for bank swindling operations which
arc said to have netted him $50,000,
tohl Hupt. Mooney his success was
«l«e to a policy of plnnging. “Ask for
money hy the thousands," said
Churchill. “The bankers look at you
through a spy glass if you ask for $5
Churchill is known to have used at
least. 20 aliases and lius been sought
in connection with swindles against
New Mexico, Texas, California, Ne-
vada and Oregon bunks. He repre-
sented himself ' to his .voting Texas
bride as the owner of a New Mexico
When arrested by M. W. Williams
and IV. It. 8‘illson, manager and as-
sistant manager of the Southern di-
vision. Burns Detective agency, aided
by Detectives Ford and Maheii of the
New Orleans police, Churchill lmd
just gotten out of a handsome tour-
ing car, driven hy his personal chauf-
feur. On his finger was a $2.00o
I diamond ring. He was about to enter
I the furnished apartment at *1226 V|*-
Iterllne street, which he has lieen oc-
cupying with his wife. She, lie told
tin* police, lmd 110 idea of his opera-
tions and thought him the rancher
lie has -- represented himself to Ik*.
They were married at Fort Worth,
Tex., in March.
The arrest is one of tin* most im-
portant in years, according to Mr.
Stillson, who said the Bankers’ Pro-
foctlre Association lias spent more-
than $15,006 trying to run the man
down. The search ’began In 1916.
Churchill has been arrested twice Lie-
fore. I11 1917 he escaped from prison
(it Fort Bliss, Okla., and has since
been a fugitive from justice.
Following his escape from prison
Churchill is said to have defrauded
a bunk in Fort Worth. Tex.; of $5.(KlO
after which he went to New York.
From there lie came to New Orleans.
Detective Mahan walked up to
Churchill, slapped him on tlie hack
and said. “Hello, Roy!”
“Hello,” said Churchill. ns he
grasped the proffered hand of tlie
detective. “Well, you’ve got me.”'
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V' 4 |
seifish interests, or high purpose* and SiSTSSSS.
MThe lmppincss of one’s life and his i dJ ra j’TJminf"
usefulness is largely determined hy the I “ J1 '
number of things which appeal to J if »' hP
trim with sproial interest, or in which; 'Iv "Jj' isn.f
lie can'"feel a iiersonal interest. Kdoca-. S,
fiou is for the purpose of increasing' * “ .........
the field of tilings in which we can feel
an interest. Temptation often more
easily conquers tin* ignorant mail, lie
cause the mind of the ignorant man
is not busy with any special interest,
and turns more easily to sin.
l)r. Porter endorsed tin* view of cul-
ture, as expressed by an unknown au-
thor. as in opposition to the view ex
pressed by Nietscbe. Tlie view en-
dorsed by l>r. Porter was that while
culture may he for the few, those who
obtain it should use it in tie* service
of the many. Neitsche held tlie view
that culture was fog the few and to be
used to dominate the many, and hold I Trust Co. here.
thorn in servitude. • ________
Dr. T. A. Wharton, pastor of Firet , IMIJ lATIII" R
Freshyterian church, pronounced tlie' HwILM I II tH vVVH 1
girl from the lrills of Tennessee.”
said Churchill, “and. hoys, she's a
good woman. Hand it to me. I'll take
mine. I'm getting old and I didn’t
have far to go, hut save the little
woman all tlie trouble you can.”
Police said Churchill worked by
coming into small towns and repre-
senting himself to be a wealthy cattle
man. or oil operator, depositing a
small sum of money in a bank, secur-
ing letters of credit and finally is-
suing drafts for much larger amounts
than he lmd on deposit.
Churchill had deposited a small sum
of money in tlie ’ Liberty Bank and
PERMIT HOP OFF
Dallas, Tex., May 26—-With approx-
imately one-half of the votes east in
Saturday’s constitutional amendment
election reported unofficially the sev-
eral amendments retain approximately
tin* same relative positions that they
did in the returns received Saturday
night, prohibition, borne ownership
and suffrage lending in tlie order
here named and the Governor's sal-
ary showing defeat. The totals are
Front 29.1 towns representing very
nearly every county: Prohibition 54.-
301. against 44.855: suffrage 52,911.
against 49,614: Governor's salary 44.-
471. against 55.719: home ownership
53.790, against 46,08.1.
From 87 counties:' Prohibition 23
73.1. ngainst 20,419: suffrage 30.007,
* 64. I a gainst,. 30.151 : salaries 29.40.1. nrolnsf
I Boitfh Fifth Warib-nFor praliibilion 2,1 lOft:, ojiome ownership 25,942,
$9, ugdlilsf suffrage A4;' agfchist|against 24,6^2.
There will be a special meeting oil ——:—
the Central Labor Cnion at Carpen-f'Aitociated Prc.it Ditpatch]
^ nail Met^l M»y Jj^P j l(0„don. Mnv .fi__Tbe V 8. Naval
neaplane NC-4 iVill not lease .Popta
Delgada for Lisbon today, according
to a wireless despatch received here
by’ American naval authorities. No
reason- fmv- tiiC- »44H b««ri riW«f—nr*""
Astncialid Prest /bsyatiM
Washington. May 26—Confirming
weather forecasts of yesterday, „„Ad-
miral Jackson at Pouta IH'lgada this
morning tabled tlie navy (ie|»artjpent
fSimt the naval seaplane NG-t still
was hehk.at, hei:..in.e<>rlngs by unfavor-
able flight eondit'mus. IVeather reports
from tlie Azores indicated the traps-
i Atiunfie flight porbuhly cannot Ik* re-
; sumed before Tuesday at the curliest,
j it was said early Gslay.
m„ to act in conjunction with the .city 1
■own mission irird netaii^MercliifiiTs’ A ft-
ftociation in regard to tin* Texas Power
A- Light Company, and their differ-
ences with tlie electrician*. Ail mem-
bers of the different trades unions are'
urged to be present. By order of the
• CVmresqjomiiijg Secretary.
JUNE 15 OR 21
is seriated Press Dispatch}
Houston, May 26—-The Texas Legis-
lature will be'called to meet lietwccn
June 15 and 21, according to an an-
nouncement by Governor W. P. Hobby
Inst night. The" Governor said lie
would submit the matter of enacting
a stringent code of prohibition laws
and the apporpriation bills and the
matter of amending the Board of
Control hill to the special session,
“But your fiance lias such a small
income. How are you going to lire <>n
it?” “Oil. we're going to economize.
We’re goth'a to do without sncli a lot
of tilings Jack really needs.’’—Cassel's
Washington. May 26—President Wil-
son has InfCriued. officials here that
tl»e Connell of Fmtr lias .peached a
full uaderstpndiiVg hy which the ITnit-.
ed States will retain 700,000 ton* of
German shipping seized In American
ports when American entered the war.
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