Sherman Daily Democrat (Sherman, Tex.), Vol. THIRTY-EITHTH YEAR, Ed. 1 Friday, June 13, 1919 Page: 2 of 8
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Keep a Dozen Cans
on the Pantry Shelf
Then you never need wait for deinyed milk
mtn~;nq belated bakings—no miiklese, un
palatable morning coffee.
tlB. NET WtlGtt’
$10 to the State treusury to lte used lu
All recommendations made by Mrs.
Curtis were adopted. They Included
the establishing of anti-narcotic, re.
creation, reconstruction and American-
izstion centers in tile principal cities
of Texas, Plans will be formed to
raise money to finance the work.
At the morning session Mrs. Virginia
K. Johnson told the convention of the
welfare work done at the Virginia K.
Johnson Home. Various committees
reported on routine business.
The dance is on. Hot,
tired, thirst^, your guests
appreciate plenty of cool,
refreshing Colda be-
tween dances and with
the “eats”. It’s a snappy
for all occasions. >
Trat soda fountains.
Order a case sent home.
HYDE PARK PLANT
13th anti Com Av*.* St. Lauu, Me.
Geo. A. Stewart
V Produce Co.,
Sherman, Texas, h
St. Louis. Mo., June 13—1Three
armed robbers held up the Meremec
Trust Company hi the residence sec-
tion here yesterday afternoon and shot
ami seriously wounded two policemen
in attempting to escape. The robbers,
two of whom were captured, wore
forced to drop a suitcase containing
$20,000 in cash and Liberty bonds
which they had stolen from the hank.
AETNA LIFE INS. CO 0F'~Lmm
140 MJLLJON3. The oldest an* largest life Insurance Company
business In Texas. Every form of policy written.
SHERMAN DAILY DEMOCRAT—SHERMAN, TEXAS. ’
Friday, June 13, 1919
&R£RM&N DAILY DEMOCRAT SIX AIE CHARGED
' WITH MURDER OF
STRIKE - BREAKER!
Established by IVeseut Owners 1879
G. O. AMD E. C. HUNTER.
OFFICE OF PUBLICATION: Southwest comer
Text*, to which all business correspondence should
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Dallas. Tex.. June 12.—Six men are
'in eustqdv in connection with the c!a«lt
yesterday l*>twe«>u strike sympathizers
j,of tlte Dallas Power ami l.iglif (knu-
wU*btmir£ cwdUed iaWs'p^r anil | A *'• FUher, non
The Associated Pt^s ^%^elf5Sf^tS*?m*for r^mbllcatH
arrassriffiK tss ■s^rsasr -t&s* ~ Hr1 .“5
dispatches herein hi* tjt%> reserved.
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went ii» rendering good service by notifying tlie Democrat al>ont irregularities
and omissions. ■-«
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naratrn, ft«u V rr111"" which may appear. in the coluiuus of the Democrat
will ha gladly corrected upon It being brought to the attention of the publishers.
" Entered at the postoffice at tUierman aa mail matter of tlie second class
according to act of Congress 1878.
Boy Scouts are gpod wonts.
That telegraphers' strike seems
hava laiaawl grand old Texas.
This war weary, world tonga
tie down to peace and settle
POLICE AND AUTOMOBILES.
I.qpn wlshtss to destroy the value of
mwi', thus finishing the Job begun by
the big way, -
Perhaps the league of Nations
ought to organize a sort, of juvenile
court for those Ji^le new nation*.
, —r 1 —
Even busy Caagfco-Slo»akla •*«
found time <o pans a tow punishing
profiteers. We Americans seem to be
a long suffering people
The, Travsbfis' Proteolive Aspoda-
tim Is lu sesison at New Orleans and
our fellow townsman, Ed Mulkey, is
mentlwd in tlie dispatches for pwud-
Trustees of the University of Penn-
sylvania have decided to abandon eo-
edwutiaa as anon s« a woman’s college
can he built. Things in this world be-
come •cjiriouaer and eourlouser.
Pallas iwunty's grand Jury is, still
looking foy evidence in the recent
killing and riot occasioned by tlie
strike. The situation looks better for
a settlement of the strike troubles in
the metropolis of Texas.
Tax experts having decided that a
union suit Is ope garment, cannot tlie
ctticeja who wants to save money on
his taxe* unite ids—wall, 'Ws two
piece suits in the profane bonds of
plain stitching? .
— a —
Propagandists against Democracy
almost invariably begin their opera-
tion by Dying to “drive a wedge” be-
tween Britain and America and al-
most invariably they drop the wodge
on their own toes
mn eroupd Grayson county’s
Most of the wheat is in
cottop fields are being
and ttfe com is A' green
< black. Egypt was never more pro-
ductive and wa hare a better climate.
; Gov. Allen has called a special see*
slon of the legislature of Kansas to
ratify the suffrage amendment. Kan-
san WAPto tp enfranchise women before
tim next presidential election and no
jugular session will bo held until
At New Orleans the traveling men
ip national convention, resolved it. to
ha the contest thing in fighting ltoi-
shovikl prop*** ml a to America to
bktog Bernstorff to the United Suites
for crimen committed while here us a
tool of the Huns.
The past year lias seen a general
lightening of automobile law enforce-
ment all over the country. The days
when people could drive a motor about
as they wanted to are ituasing. The
Speedster learns to keep u w*ry eye
out for tlie cop when he passes tlirough
the towu center, hut he lets out Ills
machine in the customary way when
there Is no officer visible.
Occasionally motorists get summon-
ed into court, for small technical vio-
lations that amount to nothing
Bui to the main the large number who
ore being made to pay small fines do
not generally get their full deserts.
Many of them netvl to be assessed
much more titan Hiiy court is likely to
give them. Many could lie controlled
only by refusing them the right to
drive a machjne.
While a confirmed speeder is not
much deterred by a little flue, i : does
have a wholesome effect on tlie aver-
age driver. To be summoned into
court is a nuisance, and he looks at
the experience with misgiving.
There is u constant tendency among
drivers to relax vigilance. If tliey
are lute iu making a destination, they
quite likely fail to observe tlie usual
precautions. Most drivers do tilings
at times which tliey recognize after-
ward to irnve been reckless and con-
trary to the law.
1^ will do them good, if they an*
caught in some little act of negligence
or burst of over sliced, to appear in
court and tell their little slory to the
judge. It helps to realize that driving
a (zr through n street used by ail
classes of traffic is a heavy responsi-
bility. The man who Is occasionally
filled will probably la* led thereby to
tafut precautions that will save him a
very serious disaster later.
ARKANSAS THOMAS ’SCATS.
Remorse is a good deal like a wood-
en leg—it helps a man on ids way, hut
he <nn very plainly see where he'd la*
more contented and much more con-
tented and much happier without it.
They take an orfel chance, Reggie!
Tlie gambling spirit seizes men—they
wed girls on their looks—and merely
get can-openers, when—^hey think
they’re getting cooks.
There is one sure way of avoiding
thuDown and Out Club, and that is
never apply for memlierehip. No man
is down and out except the one who
r We answered this once before: No.
Maybeile, it isn’t the proper I ring to
eat prunes with a pruning knife.
Roosevelt brnvuly went to the Afri-
can Jungle* to hunt for tigers ««d
other big game, but that was easy as
compared with a search for auarohisU
til America. First, thing needful
Would seem to suggest more stringent
China is )s>y cot ting Japanese
skipping aito Japsa is xptotag ships
to several ports tp force China to be
gpod. From s long distance viewpoint
it looks like the “heathen Chinee", as
Ujey have often.been called, have
bpen imposed upon, ami their love for
imace, it seems, has made trein easy
victim* of tho Snarls* kingdom slid
they b#vp yiuWftd under tort** when
they could not do otherwise.
iW is aid every school hoy or girl
Who knows tim personnel of Ihe Pres-
t’a cabinet and only a few out of
btwdQRd of big folks. The President's
biust la aa toltows: Secretary of
Robert Lanstog; Secretary of
Treasury, Carter Glass; Secretary
War, Newton D. Baker; Attorney
A. Mitchell Painter; Postmas-
Gptwral, Albert Sidney Burleson;
secretary of the NsTy, Josephus Dani.
*1f; Seoretary of the Interior, Frank-
" IL I*se; Saroetory of Agricolture,
t; Secretary of Com-
C. Rad field; Secretory
jruiiam B. Wilson.
>•»/>*' • •
Three- additional charges ojf murder
iu c(UJiM*ction with tilt* fatal shooting
of A. L. Fisher, who was killMl dur-
ing a •strike riot at Cedar Springs av-
enue and Itouth street, were filed early
this morning in Justice Alexander's
The additituial charges were made
against Ai Sehrttro, “Shorty” Russell
awl Jack Lindicy. Similar charges
hurt l*>oii made late yesterday after-
noon against Roy Calhoun. M. J. Whit-
field. F. L. Bohannon, Robert Roy ami
W. F. Butcher.
Examining trials have been set for
lit o'clock Saturday morning in justice
Tlie arrest of Boh nun was made af-
ter a clmse which h*d to Cedar Hill
and other (mints in Dallas County and
then back to Dallas and which was
participated iu by five deputy sheriffs
and, Constable Murray Fisher, u rola-
flvrt.of flu* man who was killed.
Scliruui. wlsi was token in a house
ou Apn sticet in Fast Dallas, was suf-
fering from several wounds Inflicted
by n shotgun and wlio was also suffer-
ing from a iiiglif cvef, said that he
fired only after he first had 1hh*h fired
Upon try Fisher.
Policemen aimed with riot guns art*
standing guard over workmen Mu-
ployed ou tlu* Dallas Power & IJght
Company's lines. At 7 :.'M* o'eli**k
Thursday morning tlie police depart-
ment split tweiitv-two picked men, fully
armed and supplied with surplus am-
munition, to the light company's plant j
iu automobiles to la* distributed us the ;
company's officials saw fit.
Supplementing the reward of 15U0
offered Thursday ufterii<*m by Mayor
Wozeueraft and Bupervisor Milam for
the conviction of Flslier's slayer. J. F.
Strickland, president of (lie Dallas
Light & Power Company, offered a re-
ward of $1,000.
F. L. Bohannon, who hud a slight
wound in tlie rigid leg, said he had
qisde all preparations to leave Dallas
last night and was on route to bill re-
latives goodbye when lit* heard gun-
shot reports. He said lie immediately
ran toward the scene.
Robert Roy said his presence in the
neighborhood at the time was entirely
accidental and that he stood behind a
telephone pole during the shooting,
emerging only after alt was over. lie
received a slight wound iu the Chest
from a stray bullet.
M. J. Whitfield said lie was pro-
ceeding out Cedar Springs road to
the home of a friend when he first
heard of the shooting. He said he im-
mediately ran iu that direction, hut
arrived after it was nil over and did not
know that any one had been killed
until In* reached the city Jail.
Roy Calhoun disclaimed any prev-
ious knowledge of the affair, saving
he just liapiieiied to be iu tlie neighbor-
hood at the time.
PRESIDENT W. C.
When you buy milk buy
the tSSCit. ^uy it by the
case. That is true econ-
omy. At all leading dealers’.
A sure supply, always handy—saves extra trips
to the grocery store. Dclicibus for smooth te*-
tured ice cream and candy. Ideal for all cooking,
baiting, salad dressings,soups, cakes and pastries.
When you buy UuAat, you get an absolutely
guaranteed miik — its high quality pledged by
the Armour Oval Label, America's greatest
Kt/KST Milk is sweet, rich, pure. It surpasses
all government requirements in butter-fats and
nutritive content. And the flavor—well, try it.
E. F. PARKER, Mgr.
Never uiiml wlio won
all know who lost * il,
I lie war. We
and she culled - his
Iu marble, too! Monumental lies,
young follow are (lie inscriptions tliut
take carved on tombstones.
Somehow or other the fellow who
regards your friendship ns a ftbake-
Well-Aftor-Using proposition seems to
get along us well as the rest of us.
The fellow who devotes his energy
Jo sitting on a soap box and playing
with a rabbit foot wonders why he
never Inn I any luck.
If opportunity did knock, most peo-
ple would he out in a car.
Human nature 'seems to be pretty
much the same the world over exceiit
in Germany aud Mexico.
The peu is mightier than the sword
wlieu it comes to making an obese
bank balance look like 30 cents.
Du I las, Tex.. June 13.—Mrs. Nannie
Webb Curtis of Dallas was elected
president of the Womoix# Christian
Temperance Union of Texas for tho
tenth consecutive term yesterday. (it her
officers were elected in the third day's
session of the union, which was held
at the First Presbyterian Church.
Mrs. J. B. Ammonium of Fort Worth
was elected vice president, Mrs. Jose-
phiue Collins. Dallas, corresponding
secretary Mrs. Claudia Hightower,
Fort Worth, recording secretary, and
Mrs. May M. Kirkhum, Cleburne, was
re-elected treasurer for tho third term.
The district presidents’ round-
table discussion was participated in hy
Mrs. J. M. Massey, Mrs. L. B. Knox
and Mrs. A. J Deane at tin* afternoon
session. Mrs. M. R. Cheek gave a
reading. Mrs. J. V. Brewer, speaking
ou anti-narcotics, again urged tlie
union to concentrate efforts iu driving
tobacco out of existence.
Over fifty life memberships Were (’te-
nted in the afternoon session, the larg-
est in (lie history of the Texas organi-
zation, Mrs. Curtis said. A life m<‘tn-
her si) ip is acquired hy contributing
SWAMP Qh31 T-onie, because
they know it’s a “wire «hot” rcuv
Sdr i« Mdoria, Chill., Ague,
CoMU, Grippe. Give* quick relief.
Endorsed by thousuds of users.
Wc at Ad Dealer*-
(HiU ix K fUU IONIC
reported on routine
A banquet was held
den of tlie Adolphus Hotel
Mrs. Nannie Webb Curtis acted as
toastmistress. Addresses were deliv-
ered by tlie Rev. S. H. C. Burgin and
W. X. Wiggins. J. Douglas Swnggwty
gave several vocal solos.
The convention will close tonight
with an oratorical contest for a gold
medal given hy the State W. C. T, IT,
There will la* nine contestants,, from
Fort Worth, .Sherman, Greenville, En-
nis and Frost. All of the contestants
have won two medals given hy their
home town. The winner of the con-
test tonight will he eligible for tlie
national contest, in which a gold
medal set with diamonds will be
the prize. Tlie national convention
will meet in the fall. The place of
meeting has not yet lieen decided upon.
Tlie meeting tonight will be held at
the First Presbyterian Church. Music
will Is* given hy the Ferrell Concert
Party. Mrs. Claudia Hightower will
give a dialect reading also.
Bank Robbers Foiled.
ANOTHER 14 POINTS.
That President WilsJon hasn't a mo-
nopoly on tln> “It points” Is the Belief
of the New York Conservation Asso-
ciation, so they adopted a plank of
"14 points” in their program of pro-
curing practical conservation.
Here are the newest 14 points:
3. Project the birds and save tlie
crops; regular conservation course iii
2. Use water power, “the people's
white coal.” save coal hills, and tlie
anglers' favorite streams from ravages
of drought hy water storage.
3. Free forest trees furnished by the
State laws ia encouragement of refor-
4. Use dead and down timber'iu
the State forest’preserves.
11. Plant productive trees along the
public highways; nut. fruit trees, etc.
(>. Restock waters and covers more
extensively and intelligently.
7. Stop pollution of waters: co-op-
erate with manufacturers and munici-
palities in installing waste disposal
8. Harmonize interrelated interests
of farmers and sportsmen: aid in es-
tablishing fish ponds on farms and ap-
prehending reckless hunters.
9. Game and bird refuges and breed-
ing grounds for every suitable county.
10. Sane game lews; rating protec-
tors on sensible basis; laws to encour-
age propagation of fish and game by
1!. Systematic warfare against, all
vermin destructive of game; bounties
for certain species.
12. OOMOperntion with reconstruction
13. Increased opportunities for em-
ployment of returned
-14. Establishment of municipal fish1
Isolds, stocked by the State, for exclus- j
soldiers in con-j
ive enjoyment of women and children
go for afield In search of
WHAT OTHERS SAY.
A New York wife alleges, in her
plea- for divorce, that her husband re-
ceived 1,000,000,000 kisses from an-
other woman. Must have used a comp-1
founder, and a rapid one at that. — f
Whatever tlie final punishments of
German lenders (nr war guilt may lx*,
the sight of Von Tirpitz “strap-hang-
ing” in Berlin is something.—Ex-
The relative strength of the old '
guard as against the progressives in
the senate is 34 to 8 but it is within
the power of tin* eight ami tin* people
back of them to stir up trouble of a
grievous sort oil occasions. -Char-
iot te < Il server.
Mr. Burleson talks like a man who
owned stock in some rival of the Post- j
al company. Philadelphia Inquirer.
Somebody has suggested that the
density of Europe's population is per-
haps equaled Ivy tlx* denseness of her
statesmanship.- <'5attuuoogii News.
The kaiser threatens to commit sui-
cide if he isifpUiia*d »m: trial. Which
lhay increase tlie demand for his trial.
For the convenience of our customers
we have opened a substation at No. 206
South Crockett, with Sanitary Bakery.
ASHDUIN ICE CREAM CO.
PHONE 649. ..
FIRE, TORNADO, AND AUTOMOBILE
REAL ESTATE AND CITY RENTALS.
508 M. & P. BANK BLDG. PHONE 310.
205 South Travis.
Heart to Heart—
—Hourly Interurban Service canie* you from the heart of
Denison to the heart of Sfaennan-McKinney-Dailias-
Ask any Agent for Information.
We Always have them if they can be had.
BIG FAT FRYING
CASH GROCERY CO
W. H. LUCAS
J. A. HARDAWAY.
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