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   Brownwood Bulletin (Newspaper) - February 8, 1926, Brownwood, Texas                                f SIX PAGES TODAY FEBRUARY 1926 3 BULLETIN Brownwood With the World Every Minute of the Day n STOCKMAN SHOT Three Guard Companies Protect Negro Against Threat of Mobs v mm TO PREVENT Going Up W IT YORK CITY j Feb federal courts were asked by the government today to prevent formation of a huge combination j in the baking industry by the Ward j interests and j In an antitrust suit the government named the General Continental Baking and United Bakeries inter ests as linked with the Ward com panies An in Sunday Blue Law Is Enforced in Tennessee i ivim uill hcnr the Utl 1N A Sunday blue 1211 years old kept motorists at and closed cigar stores and other es tablishments in parts of Tennessee yesterday while other sections iv ported business as Sixteen persons were cited ii Nashville for violation of the which provides a forfeiture tor trades farmer or any other persons and bootblack parlors also xvero who will hear the an This would apply to tlios while those who TRUST USE TUB SIS IndepeniUiit gasoline in Chattanooga continued while Standard Oil and Gulf iiiR companies were Knoxvilh Mid Bristol reported gas ami tin stations closed but or charity 4inonc those receiving citations here was oxecutiv director of the Nashville and publisher ot inc Nashville Toniicssoaan manager of the Nashville Railway and Light and vice presi the managers of gasoline ipnt of the Southern Pacific Is slated to become News automobile rental rairna tisar stoiefc in the juawon was js slated to become News asked that the defendants not only be prevented from further amal but required to dissolve Sny combinations already entered Many Defendants The Ward Baking atims whose recent incorporation j rrnirti 111 V i PitPfl bV headeSj the st 01 tnose cueu the government as making up tne huge The other ccrtforatiens and individuals named Coast guards operating along Mississippi and Alabama coast on the Gulf of Mexico have COAST GUARD OPERATIONS for i charged with violatniK a Nashville The pii is for tach hall to the sito and half a lv making the compiaint A court chaw of 5 added to each Die Together TORT r Mary Jane Lapo died and will be buried in tincouple were ill to death h n turned on bis They will he here Ur criminal A test case is fishevmon and golfer wore included in the edict but non were although doal3 sheriffs patrolled the state looking for such The law after Us many years o nonenforcement cam to Ugh when the state supreme court hand ed down a decision recently in th case of a tilling station owilu charged witit violating il obtained an iujumnion to preveiii further arrests Uu it was dissolv ed bv that body on the ground thai he was operating an unnecessary business on More ai expected lion RESCUE CREW OF STEAMER SN COLLISIOH General Baking the Gen pral Baking the tPiruves George partment know Barber and George B Smith service officers still Specifically the Tre opposing the air policies ot that thedefendants be adjudged opp are em to nave violated both the Sherman methods in car and the commanding the gulf di The latest capture was vcsterday when coan guard soized bottles and stills valued at IN HOXOLUM oast Fiday night when ilington it became to collision occurred during th storm that harried shipping in the eeK Shannon Is Overflowing With Damage to Crops WETIM HAVK HADE TIIKKK IX ATTEMPTS TO LYNCH leU mined to lUt into the ioiirtlioiisf lure the attcrnoon session of the trial of Ilirry cliarii pil criminally assaultini Eleanor u Jtar old firl on Jan uary tlionsaiid mostly made a rush in an lYurt to storm the ImUiIIuu Mils Tincrowd was breaking down birbod wire fence nrotectnis wliuii afttr efforts ai KUiticalion it was resis with tear thrown by the ioldicrs from iho court Captain Fred Marvil of Laurel at military hcaquart talked 10 the i ROY SPIKES HELD JAIL FOL LOWING FINDING OF IRISHS OAX tJ stockman and is dead and Roy Spires is in the county as the result of a shooting here about this One fired from the according to the opinion of entered the body at a point just below the lef Three other in the opinion of tir ed from the went in at tne right shoulder one at the right one five inches below tne busj right shoulder Spires made band and two children were no River Shannon is over its banks for a distance of miles and many families arc Thousands of acres are inundated anil Hie outlook for the fanners is Turf supplies arc hdd worn in the fields is at a crops urn rotting and livcsiock is sufti of the country folk travel I by boat II Oil t ion was bound from New 1 Kast when with the from Tampico to New Captain M Partndse of the Wellington was n and bis crew were rescued anl brought to New The barges cut loose after the dollision and made Red under their own The collision occnred about six of the Brigantino Shoals The Wellington was owiifu by the BrooksSeanlos Lumber the Ardmore by the Mallon jTianspnrt plCVIUR Qisioiai he rving forward the agitation for a earthquake shock was felt That the defendants be enjoin e ajr of and in Hono ed from doing any act m further the two sep this ance of the alleged combination have been ordered disturbance was not no conspiracy and attempt to monop tne one nhase has tjcoable in several sections of in been placed in the hands of Major cjty Iess than a General Klia inspector The from Maui sam in cointry iom Dissolution generaf Of the Another has k an explosion and Saturday land the Ardmore by That the the Ward lo Major General noled Dy aU of Central and ed to me Ainiom Baking the ContinenMason v chief of the air y v a Baking the I Baking corporation and disciplinary action will ward Food Products taken the war secretary lil enioined from acquiring the penilK upon nature and or any part of the of the information coi hnmls or other of It is conceded to be with of the physical assets in Uie realm of possiuilitieK that a f Anther krirral of the last named defendants including court martial pro TUd from entering into any confM mn The rccutesia were whereupon soldiers donud gas and hurled tear bombs cm upper window of the About twenty or thnt tmmbs were Tl e crowd quickly some persons being slightly injur ed in After the had passed crowd was bacl at the wire but a 1 Me hoping for a in the building and U oclock court recessed un Vhfsobers wore on duty as result of a proclamation issued week by Governor Robinson hi threats of lynchings were made against Mter the excitement of the bombing had subsided c to grow mon aim asPU w as fonnd to be pressing m o the court new warning were given bv the who with rtrew of the machine guns from some part of the court i trained them on the crowd An etfon nold it off in this mau on the No gun was found on but one was taken I later from a grip in his automobile I standing in front of the A 1 HSspecial was on the table in the kitchen woth two shots left in the Murder charges will be ac cording to Oscar district at IOKS you t ALUM cr and trom uuieuue or understand nr lor j AVliiie Davis and other de ings with one common policy in the sale I a jiartment officials decline o the evidence which led to the j decision for a swoepinsr invcstisa fh t0 it is known that the war iw court was further asked has possession cop Vequire the corporate defendants 10 jes anonymous documents he dispossess themselves of bv some Authorities to have bonds or other evidences Oi and dlstribut edness of any competiting company throngh air service headquar heretofore acquired by them to tne tf rs llpOn that competition may be to be air service officers icn national guard and sserve organizations throughout T naLL red in the baking Hearintr NEW housewife is a trust V il liam counsel for the Continental Baking Corporation of today told the Federal at the openmg of that bodys investigation ntoi the formation of the alleged bakery monopoly of the bread busi ness is impossible so long as the SoTsewife San buy all the neces sary ingredients at the grocery store and do her own he THE WEATHER Fair tonight and In j Jn iJiiu the country to pet busy in their support ofhe air corps Reported actions of air corps of ficers in furnishing congressmen with prepared statements intend ed distribution through then offices at the capital and support ing other legislative proposals for alteration of the Presidents ail policy also will be carefully in quired by the H is well understood by all army officers that President Coolidge concurs in the conclusions of hia air which recommend rgainst the separate air service ad vocated by Mitchell nnd proposed instead that air personnel be plac ed under the special asistant sec retary ot war and remain an in tegral part of the General Patrick re cently went before a House com mittee and renewed his advocacy of a separate A bill embodying his recommendations was introduc ed immediately afterward and now is before the Anonymous One of the anonymous circulars now in Secretary Davis possession end represented as having been distributed from air service declares CONTINUED ON PACE TWO DIFFERENT crowd of men from Baltimore werc heard to be eendiary making w FORT Tiie today says tna j Hie Stare Text Book which has been calltd to nuvt ie ear session at Austin tomorrow j over the alleged contract with th American Book is ex pected to develop a tight that attract WlKii commission met year to select text book for public the contract of th ierican Bonk Company was not approved by the aUorney general the bid had not been ac F01OLVL PROTEST WILL BE BY t WHO WAS SENT TO con threatened arrest L o the court hous transformed into an armed batteries of the neU tional the county seat who is accused of assaulting a 1 wbUe Troopers are standing Inuesi of the action of a restau rant owner at in refus in to serve him will bo made to Miriam Ferguson and to the Mayor of Granger by Tlejandro Mexican con not ul 1r When Carilio entered the me um i accompanieil by ten other companied by an antitrust affidavit I ho was told by the proprietors signed by the secretary of the com house last lighter that could not eat puny I Then the proprietor ap A subcommittee of the commis said that the visitors sion accepted the bia of the be served in the but ican company for a speller and a not as The party high school subject to aplelt town dined at an Austin proval of the attorney Two members of the Tllo CO11SU1 said today he greatly A Wroe and Governor Miriam regretted the incident and that he later voted to accept certain it did not reflect the square over the attorney generals pro of Granger nor ot the iv K state super Carilio before the incUeut oc had addressed the Mexican colonj of the urging respect tor the American laws and ties and pleading for good I told the restaurant owner tust if he would go to Mexico we would show him how we treat all gcutle men in our regardless of their he if inv ncrson has a picture o I A report of the incident n at theSPnt to the Mexican embassy at Governor Miriam later voted to accept tin ie atti state super lintendent of public vot 1 against He ca later that ho would follow the ttoniey generals advicr1 on wheth er these books should be placed on the certified riCTtRE WAVrEO person has a picture of i rt who was buried at the sent to the Mexican tower that commands trances of the All llravUy The antiaircraft batteries B ot confluence ot the Jim Ned Hoard or knows where a picture may be they will confer a favor by reporting such information at The Bulletin and G of been armed with hand mustard gas and tear bombs In ad H ion to The quarters of officer Adjutant General Austin have been set ur hOUSe the a squadron of state lice are patrolling nlgUwttys to nrevent congregation of an additional twenty state are being held for an emergency at a nearby Meanwhile the victim of the at tack lies in a precarious condition n the hospital Milford suffering from seven skull fractures receiv ed when the negro clubbed and as saulted her near her home at Dridgevillc on January The negro has police The crime intense Indignation throughout lower Del aware that a mob of 500 men searched three jails in an to lynch the negro the night of the Officers had secreted him a near where he was helduntil here under heavy guard early this iniormaiHm at where an article on pioneer Brown county history is being 1 NEWSFLASHES T l i Murdered Woman JYof exPrincess as First Reported of ficially announced Onsis of Jarnnnb hi ceded by Kcypt to has been occupied by an column under Colonel Roncliflt tl without letter carriers hare been placed timler the elvtl servlrc by an executive order of Pres ident As u result letter carriers now arc under civil The order does not affect Phya Bnri minister to the United died here He was 39 years ol Investigation by The Associated Press today proved that the body ot the woman found in the snow in one of Moscows principal streets last Saturday was not that of Prin cess ns reported by the police at the but that of Helen Vassilievna a native ot Vladimir Finger print examinations mado at the morgue by the criminal au thorities connrmed this TODAYINWASHINGTON Tax bill remains before House committee hear ing on Senate Judiciary committee siders proposed aluminuitt   

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