The Bonham Daily Favorite (Bonham, Tex.), Vol. 17, No. 227, Ed. 1 Monday, April 26, 1915 Page: 1 of 4
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.1 Profit* .. 18*044.90
urrowed .. 00,000.00
I). W. Sweeney, CaHh.
Prices From $16.00 to $3.00
Have a pretty lawn by beginning early with
a lawn mower and see bow easy
it is to keep up.
ANOTHER CLOUDBURST THERE
Hy United Press.
Austin, April 2ft.—Sixteen inches of rain have fallen here
! since Thursday. No lives are reported lost in yesterday’s cloud-
i hurst, however. Railroad traffic resumption has been delayed.
The hunt is still kept up for the fifteen or twenty who are still
j missing. Much of the cotton crop of Travis county hus been de-
stroyed. Hoods, rains and cyclones are reported from several
The Colorado River is rosing from its flooded tributaries
Still flood conditions at Dallas and Fort Worth.
BRITISH SOLDIERS WAR OFFICE DENIES
STOPPED ATTACKS ENEMY'S CLAIMS
You'll want your Straw Hat
this week. Our Hat Section h is
blossomed many exclusive lints,
and all the good ones are here
ski; tiikm ihis week
Imp Germans, sn they claim.
I III \l l.IKS' UNITS ABE E\ -
FRY WHERE HOLDING
Chas. Davis Hdw. Co.
TUB IIA HDW ARK PEOPLK.
.3 he £est theatre....
Announcements for Tomorrow
Mie and aeo the real rcaaoo that the championship of the world ha*
at last returned to the white race.
JESS WILLARD in
AN ENOCH ARDEN
AFFAIR IN CHICAGO
III SHAM! GOES AWAY TO KI.ON.
DIKE—WIFE WOOED AND
WON BY ANOTHER.
Hy United Press.
London, April 26.—The official
stutement given out says thut the
British troops have stopped two de-
termined German attacks near Lunge
marck, Yproa. The Allies’ lines arc
holding everywhere. It is unofficially
reported that Von llindenlterg is di-
recting the German*. The Germans
have attacked Saint liemy, and pur-
pose taking Eparges. They have failed
THAT THE GERM ANS H AVE BEEN
THROW N BACK ACROSS THE
Y SER « ANAL IN EIGHTH
By United Press.
Berlin, April 26.--The war office j
denies Ihe Anglo-French claims that
the Germans have Been thrown hack ;
across the Yser canal. The Lizcrne
positions o.i the west hank of the ca |
ml are claimed to he in the hands of
the Germans still. Five thousand
British have been tuken prisoners, in-
cluding one thousuml Canadians.
BREAK RUSSIAN ASS At IT.
SI I K SHIRT
;rennets, $2.00, $2.50 to
Soft Milams up to
See Our Window
V b Grm f\atvu
jj** ■ ^
m.*. • Mmimmamm
“‘THE’ HEART PUNCH”
ieuutiful drama full of pathos, in which the heavy weight champion
• a Ford car.
ientific in ev-
hanic to keep
looks after it
i men, men in
ce and econo-
but two cents
.■tail 300,000 new
h. Bonham. On
; By United I1 less.
Chicago, April 26.—Mrs. (.ahriel
uii ... |»onM| -......-• v . ; Loefflcr is in a serious condition in a
lys leading role. This picture will appeal to the women and child hospital here, having Iteen shot hy
11 OMMB1$ is not a picture ol the Johnson Williunl light, but Leopold Kelner. Hti husband left
L WUltard In his training quartets and in a real .........mdbout|| »go for Alaska to
s hunt I turn II* told m i m
i one of hin partners. It illustrtitfi very vividly b»s JO* .»1 m111>
) athlete and boxer. The whole world has been praying fer a
De champion and at last we have out' and wc have seemed the only
Jiojf picture cvci made of him Its your drat, last and only chanoe
lee (he man who defeated Jaek Johnson April >th loi the wnihl s
|u i.mnship Also a grand feature entitled
“THE WHITE MASK”
mi melodrama in three acts with Lillie Leslie in tin tnpl< mle ol
Ducheai of Granville, Mm. Julia Dean, and the lieautilul dancei
ho Gourt of Belgium. The settings ate noted foi richness and
.nice. Also pretty ......m I ilm e
“JANET OF THE CHORUS”
A chaoning two act V itagraph
mission 10c and 20c. All school children, i c-
isrdloss of size, admitted tor 10c at matinee.
By United Press.
Amsterdam, April 26.—An aero,
drome was destroyed and a Zeppelin
inside it wrecked in a recent air at-
tack of the Allies on the German po-
sitions in Belgium, is the official re-
would he free if she did not hear from
him inside of two years. Leopold
Kelnci wooed her, and she refused
him at first. A letter arrived from
her husband, telling her he was going
to return. Kelner read it, ami then
shot the woman and himself. Their
engagement whs to have been an-
By United Press.
Athens, April 26.—Tlte allied bom
1 ardment of the Dardanelles forts is
proceeding. The forts answer. No
leports as to the extent of the dam-
ages have been received as yet. I he
bombardment started yesterday.
hut is said to be one of the strongest dramas ever produced by
Patrons and friends as well as allj
mothers' clubs, arc invited to come to I
the High School auditorium at
o’clock Wednesday the 28th, to heai
Miss Mary Watkins, of C. I. A., Den-
ton, who is Organising Secretary of
Mothers' Clubs. She is a relative of
onr Miss Watkins of Domestic Science
I lame in our school, and is sure to
l,n\, onicthing worth while to ay to
all who attend.
THE SIREN’S REIGN
Lea nets featuring Alice Hollister, Harry Millard and Anna Niinwi
All Ready for
‘Hot Pepper Plants
a tresh car ol
Nutrilinc, the famous
By United Press.
Vienna, April 26.- The Austrian
headquarters claims iliut the Russian
as.suult on the Austrian positions lead- ]
ing to the Carpathians has been com-
pletely broken. The enemy nowhere
has been able to make any serious
impression on the Austrian lines. The
Russian losses were heavy.
FOR IHE GERMANS
IS THE I NOFFK IAL REPORI
FROM THAT COUNTRY—THINK
GERM V.NS ARE < OMING.
— I riduy---
"The t mini r> Bo> ’’
By United Press.
Milan, April 26.—Trentino authori-
ties are preparing quarters for five
thousand soldiers of the first line, a-
the Germans are enroute there fo:
possible Dalian hostilities
ck full big
ic k berries
uihI wwprctiHl lady <»f South Honhant.
[re almcrblng atury him never lawn fhown at this theatre, lieautilul," 1 ^ j’’ Tht.
ooatumea and magnificent settings— erviees will '»* held St her|
Also Kdith Surrey and Many Morey in bom, noming at N::io. and
'the burial will »«k, place lit White
' R(M k cemetery■ south of the city atmiil |
with an all "»,r
Born iod.w ------ _
DEATH IN sill TII BONIIAM. , t
M Eli ib, It Hubbard, «ii aged Hog, llOTSC, COW iCCtl.
MAN AI MUSKOCtf
VY II \ I HE HAS TO S \ Y VIMII I
rKNANTS ON 11A \s I ARMS
\ I OKI. \IDiM \ Mi l I INI.
By United Press.
Muskogee, April 26
Plot. I tunica
lllroadwav sin lealure produced bj VIU*r*|d <
, ist - Don’t miss these 2 extra line fratuies,
RUSSELL GRO. CO
THR Ol.n MKI l 4 111 M
Austin, of the University
g 7 GOOD REELS
“ Paramount Pictures Today
Warrens of Virginia
BLANCH 13 8WKKT, the Aim stai, who will la* si>en today in
‘ The Warrens of Virginia,” aland* as an ulisolute product of
the studio. Mbs Sweet was never a “legitimate” actress,
which may be the reason why sh<- never teem* to ‘ act,” but
actually lives through the events she is called upon to depict
or interpret. Now scarcely more than 20 years of age. and
with an international reputation, hei fame is growing hy
1 aps and bounds. Itv all means you should see this perfect
6 reel Paramount picture. ALSO
“HER BURIED FAST"
A l»e uitiDll storv
in 2 reds
who l* here, favois a commission to
I improve tenant farmers’ situation, lie
[decried the growth of tenantry in ihe
I South, lie »ays there is little chance
I of tenants ever liecutiling owners »f
| land in some parts of Texas.
Fatty Arbuchlc in
FATTY’S CHANCE ACQUAINTANCE
A roaring Keystone
And look wc are today showing the introdiietoi\ iDtn ol the
Pat amount Tiavcl Pictures
wnlch tii.i yon through South America
European War Pictures
hy the t hu ago Tribune stall
Ahaolutel.y thi y authentic AA'AI in 4 > eels
Special matinm loi schools / Oc night I O A 1 3C.
Tomorrow Ehg Progi am.
Tnday "The Country Boy.”
5 A IOC
KKD COTTON SH »
r Hie pure Ritwriur
I by Row den Urn*-
some yery fine Mr*
< hnmpion r»f leva*
X Rnbei lx IT*.
I BM. X RKI-l-S
’ COTTAGE. Timia. re i |
Mrs Mat* |»t .»Htey. 1
» loadv for MiiarA ^
hi faniou> moteialwT ^
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ig t learance Sale starts
*y, May I, and runs two
ney's Variety SD>t ■> * *
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IBM TOl KINti 1 \R and *795 ROADS 1 KR
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tan get f»r the moncv
nix eiitein •- ' •« ’ ,
Kg lathe, auto nwdoi g < " , ,,,
| work Fuel
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In liuxincxx fin N nui IMeanurc
Fiancis Fold and fiiaee t'unaid
“THE GIRL OF THE SECRET SERVICE
•J p*it mystery drama in which Uraee t'unatd play*
thr |iail ol the ilaiiaf deUatlfe,
•ALL OVER THE BISCUITS”
Aenltnarv milup with KUdn Lyon, awd \ icUrtia Korde.
WHEN CURIO CAUGHT A THIEF”
\nnthei lag rsxraerty with KM I* Lyon* ami Victoria Fmdr
“THE FRANK CASE”
William J Kara* any. Frwnh li iaaoorM the meat picture
i.<t,i d.st on this fawiou* trial - Iti A parta 5 A D»c
t OLIOS SKKIH Ol LON >KI D
Wc hare Ihe pure Row den *
scerl. grown by Row den llrn* 9
VUu hare some very fine Me £
lurne and ( hnmpion of lexa*.
seed lor planting. — Rogers H
Woodward X Roberts ( o. B
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Smith, -V h** »* Ui> iMtf lll
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F VRM LOANS
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Spotts, W. S. The Bonham Daily Favorite (Bonham, Tex.), Vol. 17, No. 227, Ed. 1 Monday, April 26, 1915, newspaper, April 26, 1915; Bonham, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth977110/m1/1/: accessed February 27, 2020), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Bonham Public Library.