The Bonham Daily Favorite (Bonham, Tex.), Vol. 22, No. 200, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 25, 1920 Page: 1 of 6
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♦ THE WEATHER ♦
<* Special to The Favorite. •
'/ New Orlrana, la., Bonham and ♦
<* vicinity: Tonight and tomorrow ♦
+ Unsettled: Ruin and Colder. ♦
UNITEB PRESS SERVICE
BONHAM, TEXAS, THURSDAY. MARCH 25, 1020.
M M HER 200.
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Don’t Fail to Work Your
Garden on account of not
i ML ES WAV SEND
TROOPS TO ROHR
UNDER THE TRKATC GERMANS*
I N \HI.K TO HAVE TltOOI'.s IN
VVESTI’ll A 1.1 A.
We Have a New
Stock, Everything You
Work Your Garden.
Will Need to
KIDNAPPING IN 1
Will. KILL ROY UNLESS LARUE1
SI VI IS AT THE (*LA( E
By United I’rrs*.
LEXINGTON, Ky.. Mur. 25—TIiouh-
m.ds iif police officers in all parts of
triul district of Germany will fol-j Kentucky are engaged in tile hunt fori
low if the government is unahle to Ptiul Little, twelve-year old son ,01 E.
restore order, it is learned. If the IL Little, a wcultbi -tnckrnun and.
Elicit emissaries are unable to Metro j turfman, who was kidnapped late yes-
tinte peace in the present parleys, it| terday.
is said the Allies will grtii.t |>ertni: ; Threats to kill the hoy unites let
sion to send many troops into the dis-l tie leaves $25,000 at a designatedj
trict. as Ehert wishes. Under the place at a certain time were contain 1
treaty the Germans are unahle to have: <a| jn a nut(, delivored at, the Little
armed troops in Westphalia. home several hours after the boy < 1 is
®-— I appeared. The note aid the writer
was an enemy to the boy’s father.
Little says he knows of no enemies.
: ffy United Press.
PARIS, Mar. 25-
tary intervention in
An Allied mill--
the Ruhr Indus-
Quality Best—-Prices Better
We are sellinf* New Spring Suits
every day now.
Cail and see our suits and make
Get ready for Easter, Apiil 4tli.
INVESTIGATED ABOUT THE 7.000
NOW IN GERMANY
Ml <11 TIME II NS BEEN
AND \ F.RY LIT ILK II \S
Chas. Davis Hdw. Co.
PHONE 12 “THE HARDWARE PEOPLE** BONHAM, TEXAS
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ADMISSION 0c and 1M.
War Taa lc and 2c
A Real Art Production
“Alias, Mike Morgan'
10c & 20c
REDS MAKING DIG
GAINS NEAR ESSEN
CAPTURE TWO TOWNS iN D
SOME OK I ORUES REACH I !IE
War Tax Included
HOBART HENLEY Presents
Mrs., Sidney Drew’s Adaptation of
"THE GAY Ol D DOG”
GOING TO CLOSE ALSO.
The Caldwell Motor Company will
lie closed Tuesday, when the Cardi-
nals and Athletics play—Joe Caldwell
says they will, as everybody in the
house wants to see the Fall frame.
Joe’s boss. IL
Go out and sco how smooth the dia-
mond looks for the frame March •'!<>.
High School ball lot. Lay your tick-i
L. W ARE SAYS “.VIE TOO"
Ware says he is going to be dosed
from :::00 to 5, account of the game
next Tuesday, March IK). Every-
body's doin' it. It
WillsonDrug Store has t hat I
Spring Tonic you have been!
needing. If will make you feel
better and live longer. tf
ELECTRIC LIGHT GLOBES
Open All Night, j
—-d« • - —
Have you got your ticket yet V
March HO, Cardinals vs. At ah m
Two or three experienced painter:!
nntl several good carpenters who nave
some knowledge of cotton gin machin-
ery. Apply in person at Superintend-
ent's office, or hy letter.
CONTINENTAL GIN COMPANY
<;t Dallas, Texas.
You Need Not Worry
ABOUT YOUR LIQUID VINF.E R POLISH, O’CEDAR MOPS AND
POLISH, MOP STICKS AND LINEN MOPS. CAN SEND THEM TO
YOUR DOOR. GIVE US YOUR ORDERS. PHONE 74.
KEENE & KEENE
South Main Street. Bonham. ’’’exa*
By United Pres i.
K. SEX, Westphalia. Mar. I- a
dera of the tier: an Red f nvc.-. an
nouncu the capture of V/cr.el, north .
west of here, which has li.-n besieg-
ed for several days. Th? lie I - ■ j
ed the go\ i r iment' ' ■ fei ;. i .r
mistioe, it is announced. TV- f.v.ht
ing continued nil day ye terday, the
communique said. The Reds have ils>
captured Friedrii !:fk Id and otls r Pa
ccs Huvo reached the river Lippi,
twenty miles north of h re. The
Communist ar in luiiiplei • i inti'"1,
of the Red armies i- : he i port.
WJl L mSON OR
Will HO NOT?
Ill M I’ll RIFS IV VM.s TO KNOV
IF IIF WILL I RY FDR THE
i ll IRD TERM.
By United Press
‘WASHINGTON. Mar. 25 "Pres! ;
dent Wilson should anrouace inime-1
dialely that lie will not lie n candidate |
for re-election," Repro titivi Hum-,
phries of Mississippi declared To th. :
i1 a so, He asserted that under ii" I
Onmlitions should Wilson seek -i third
tei.u, ai.it advocated a conr-tituti.'iial
amendment limiting presidential eli-
gibility to one term.
South Side Barber Shop, one block I
south of T. and P. depot. Open from |
8 a. m. until 8 p. m.
CLEM McCI.URE, Prop.
fi By Unite I I 'i! s.
WASHINGTON, Mur 2d — Lreak
ing nil previous reiords, the present
I Congress has ordered or proposed 200
| investigations covering ns many sub-
jects, according to compilations to-
These range from profiteering is
j men's collars to the mo t weighty in-
l ternntlomil epic-t ion -.
I How mticli these in ve •, igat ion.s co. a
has not been rcckniu d out it is esti-
mnted they will form a catisidcrabie
part of eongreasional expenses which
run about $25,000 a day.
This Congress is ids' blinking tho
previous record for bills and resolu-
tions introduced, having 1x177 to its
credit with only half of its time gone, i
j The | menus Congre-s, in its entire
' two years, piled up 20 8| I in the nouse,
' and senate hopper: ,
Out of 20(1 re olution- offered in
both house of this congress propos-
ing investigations of various kinds, 77
have been inrrii-1 t". They cover
tiio'e: of II -i i Fill'd, alleged -
elimination again t individual hack
men in the District of (’oluniron, and
the 'question if office rooms for,
.Senators.” Scores of resolutions
have keen ir.iroduetd and manvi \
HOUSE W ANTS TO KNOW SI A I
I S Ol U. S. SOLDIERS tN
III NL V\D
By United Tress.
WASHINGTON, Mar. 25—The
House called upon President Wilson'
f d. finiti * to - hi' of - tat11
ol U, ,011(1 American :rm ;; now in < J•
many. In two minutes a resolution
by Kahn, chairman of tho military af-
fair- eommittoe. was unanimousi.v
passed asking that congress la- advis-
ed immediately ns to under what con-
ditions and whose direction these for-
ces ran be used.
MAY BE REACHED
Ol I LINE OF THU IT RMS TH V I
•. Iiit.V! \‘\V.
Prices Fight, Quality Extra, Honest Dealings
H. L. Rodgers Co;
‘THE GOOD ( LOTHF.S STORE"
SksL ji ramry^figwi^iniCTJMWiiii^Ra
By Unitc-1 Bross.
WASHINGTON. Mo". 27 -T
president sent the nominal: >n of Scott
Reed of Grisedtock to t-e colle tor < f
Internal revenue of the Second itia-
trii t of Texas.
ELECTRIC LIGHT GLOBES.
E\ KRYIIOD^ S
Open All Night.
I (HI SALE.
: ey m . ■! -i.,v. a good or.e, and
,.ig mule: two years out. They
...... ole-. This stuff must sell
I have no place to keep
:•■ * m« at mj store, or rail
A. E McRrayer’s Music House,
M..:i. Bor.ham. Texas. 2t
A refrigerator. Phone
By United Press
MAMIN.’K. M..r. 27 -Rc;-ri
tiles of the Ebert govi-rrinu
Wes' German i - . gent - have
ed a final ngrre'v.ent, acc-'i* ling
rcee'led here. Th
adopted for uii'estig.ition o! .'lino ported are i follow-: Tie g-e.ei
everv executive department and pro- merit, agrees to the formation of a
mi lent in I mi "i strut ion official. Scar- u rkingnten’s army, eluirged with tin
local disturbance of conse mail ..lining i f order in the W
anv qa inter ol tie intirtryi (,er: an inde. trial d t. ,-t a -. 1 t
syndicalists be allow* i to parti
pate in the reiirvani.'.at
TIRES AND TUBES
The reputation that McGrnw Tires have among owner*
is convincing evidence that they are iniilt right.
Tho fact that they are built right—that they last long-
er—give more and better service during this long life, as-
sures you better satisfaction.
AH adjustment* are made here by ourselves on 6,000
Come in and look thorn over, you’ll like them.
“A REAL STt’RS"
117-223 Main Street
ELECTRIC LIGHT GLOBES.
Open All Night.
We have the Little Chick
Poultry Food and Wheat.
Rogers, Woodward & Roberts
psruia*-i having a i■•■solution of inv.-s
ti,gat ion Introduce.I. Forest fires in
Minnesota, rare riots in southern
i itii s, th" i intl and steel strike all
prompted re solutions.
Tne list of subjects covered by re*
solution offend in this congress in-
cludes: substitutes for railroad cross-
tie--, coal pricer, socialistic activities
in the Federal Trade Cumnii: -ion.
gar profiteering, propaganda to in-
fluence railroad legislation,- troops in
Russia, 11 a," treaty leak, Mexican
affairs, activities of soviet agents in
the U.. S.. me.1' haul marine questions,
garden, city and suburb improvement
in Europe. transportation problem a in
the Southwest, supply of cars for ag-
ricultural products, suspension of n
Washir-K-'-t! -: -ol teacher, high. , nst
of living, methods by which army of-
ficers- secured ‘'home duty” assign-
ments during the war. income tax dod
1_tj ging, publicity bureaus of government
| department.-, influonx.i, iralnr-a. *.i I
I conditions in the Virgin Islands.
Uongiv-s ha - eonducted hearings on
I practically every question of nation-
al interest ineluding the conduct, of
I the war, ship ping, railroads reorga-
| ni/.ation, the meat parking indu.-'ry.
| food prices, and radical propaganda.
tral government; all tl
in the re nt Yevoltlti ■
and that the governttn
gurate soeia! and imiu
demanded by the work
the -rieiali'/.ation of the
-I- of t". ee
- partii'ii an
he lisa TIP t
t shall inn
trial re fora
111*71 D V\ ITItDl
Ffy United Press.
LYONS, Ka: . Ma
Lin -1 reiti rated
had shot hi- sister
daughter! of her inf
found cover. -1 up n
with clothing and sh
a pistol in his pi-i ket.
2*7 V\ L.
tar. men: that h ■
t.0 rul l':el* four
lueiice. Ila - wa-
il B'-ighl'or's I - .ol
os's mi and with
He will lie held
Graham, Crawford Co
“WE HAVE IT"
Hurting, burning, tender feet
relieved by foot expert
Foot discomfort,; should not l>o neglected. They are
usually progressive .n their nature and are apt to be-
come increasingly reri-uis as tune goes by. Ail with
loot troubles are invited to ?ce our foot expert.
Examination and advice free
.No charge whatever f ir carefully
examining y rnr to* t '.. id advising
i turn : * a
/y-'r... c/ /vsr'..f.y AT..u.*.' /(Xt 1'
Dr. Scholl’, Toe-Fie*
COAL PRICK* TO SOAR.
Ky United Press.
CHICAGO. Mar. 25—The im.-eased'
prices uf coal will cost the American I
public more than $ 100.tk)<>,nan annual
ly when government control n ines onj inemG-t - m
April 1. iiperutni s have p: edit ted. The di.-pa! -i I.
cause of this will lie the .,«leased | —
wages now being paid miners.
THE NEW < MUM I
By United Press.
LONDON. Mar. 25—The new <;• •
man cahinet was iompleted at mi ’
night, according to a Berlin dispatch
from the V nsteidum Tclegiaaf. tins-
lav Bauer is chancellor, Dr Ge-ster
is minister of defense and the c ther
> social-democrats, the
SOI Dll’it KILLED.
By United Press.
DUBLIN. Ireland. Mar. 2.V V sol-
dier in civilian clothing was shot dead
ELECTRIC’ LIGHT GLOBES, here v. -■ »ft....... H t■■
COLOKITE. anv color,
tf WiiWon’s Drug Store.
Open AH Night.
Office loom for rent. See I . B.j
Maddrey, north side square. Phone
A C LASSY ROADSTER FOR
SALE—If you wnnt n bargain
aee Robt. W. Grant, al Cirahatn
Crawford Co. tf
>1111 IN TUI K \l. \N( I
By United Press.
NOVKR. Pci.. Nfar. : ■ The fi nl
action of the legislature in the ratui-
cation of tho womar^ suffntjye
a mend nu nt to tho enttatifeutnm is , x*
pectin! today. Thu suffrapists still
held hopes that the vote will tv favor-
able. Governor Townsend reiterated
that he believed the • .- .svire will be
th* art: h
in in troubled
r--- 1 tbou*MU(Js
tsu . «o you
Foot Expert Here
MONDAY and TUESDAY, MARCH 29th and 30th
W. T. RODMAN
The Fannin County Abstract Company
\Yo road i p. pa 11: ’hor <!;.y alxvut a man
vvItv b'vanti' inv-lived in a big law suit.
This nu. Itii'l pur has a I a v.duahlo piece of property
and after he h: l*laken p s essi a. rr.ade some fine improve*
more > and spent a let < <’ ir."ttey. ho v a • sued by tho heirs of
a man who formerly owned tho property.
RESULT: A lug - a so in court, and loss of much money.
1’his could have be* i avoided, if tho buyer had asked an
ah tractor to 1>■■ >W up tho title t-t the property. By spending
a few dollars with the Abstractor, this man would have
saved a largo sum.
DON’T TAKE A CHANCE. There might bo some
claim on the property you are planning to purchase. There
"•ay be an old heir or a m-.rtgnire and a little talk and inves-
^»a by a t OMPl.i ENI AliSl RACTER will save time,
V and trouble.
PRITCHETT & PRITCHETT
“LET US DO IT FOR YOU IN THE RIGHT WAY’’
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Spotts, Sherwood. The Bonham Daily Favorite (Bonham, Tex.), Vol. 22, No. 200, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 25, 1920, newspaper, March 25, 1920; Bonham, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth922079/m1/1/: accessed June 25, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Bonham Public Library.