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24 Jan 1920

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24 Jan 1920

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Brownsville Herald (Newspaper) - January 24, 1920, Brownsville, Texas Page two the Brownsville daily Herald saturday january 24, 1920 Jbf a Brslik established Only 4, 1893. Brownsville Herald pub. Co . A r a a tto a i president and the Senate is to a Serom class matter in Thea a Potof Tkv at Brownsville. Texas. The w by r the British system and it has great highly effective role in this product advantage. A lion and one of the Best of his screen the primary Root of the friction career. Over the peace treaty Between the # be Dittmann theatre found in our Constitution which does again those Clever Fox comedians not guard against warfare Between Albert Ray and Elinor fair Are to Happy Anflic i ers of the Constitution in fact did other of their a sweetest stories Ever Church services in Brownsville churches. The Asso c1ated. Press j these two branches of the government make us laugh with their Hai titled Toth a cd. The party system. The Mak-1 Snappy comedy and to thrill with cum Dens Jive Tahiti credited to it it or Ether we. Emitted in his Imper Aud Ulso not know much about the party sys opening at the Dittmann Thea 1 i Quot la ii shed tem which developed largely in the \ ire they Are to present a. Photoplay nineteenth Century. J entitled a Vagabond Luck a the Story the country would have been of an old racer who a came Back won a race that saved the family Home and did several other Nice subscription rates. Of year $7.00 Lex tenths $3.60 spared the Long contest Over the trea three months. 1.85 to if in the autumn of 1918, when Rorich a the president very fairly and proper r by appealed to the people for Cong res Chebalo by mail majorities that would follow bunday one year Bix months is .50 a Jaq his leadership our system had provided for a change in the executive things for two Young hearts. The Story a a reads unusually Well and promises a Good showing. The picture was directed by Scott Dunlap whose previous work in Stag Reea Ain and new us in in a. It it in in it Orum �1m twirl the and in the cd be the elections went against in plays for Ray and fair has creat of your i. A it lanced to give both aim. Had the country voted at that Ujj much favourable comment. Carl Weller named freshman president at state University us a car a Kors in the City of Brownsville time knowing that the defeat of his j party and the loss of Congress Woultz j Hae involved the presidents prompt who rail to rom Wmk Huihui be resignation the result would save Ai Ivy Sre requested to i notify the office settled the question o. The to Agemak j 0roo>pc.v. Telephoto no. 7. New Subj my in a dance by placing the Undi do lot order in in the office of to in Herald. Every subscriber even in the most dist to of the City a Lonhi receive lie Dei / Jigger not later than to p. In. And Fie sunday Imper i j 7 a. In. Cock. Should h Brownsville a i should receive their of invt Imi or video responsibility where it belongs. Tater to attn til second Day after the j France and her politicians Houston Post having before them the example of the revengeful work of envious and d 1 Luhm i j Olous politicians in the Busine at should be and made by this class in America to Dis dressed to the company and items. Let-1 credit president Wilson the Surprise Tern Etc., invaded for publication should with which americans received the he add re aged. To editor the Herald announcement of the defeat of Clemenceau for the presidency of France gave place quickly to a thorough in Bra wit Ville. Texas. Letters intended for publication should a stared with the full name of the writer a Hie name win in be printed if no desired but it will demanding of the situation. He evidence of Good Faith of the part of the enter. Atu Day Jan. 24, 1920. Not even Tho efforts of the French censorship working overtime to con-1 Coal what was going on can hide from the people of this country the a a facts surrounding the plot to Humilis Lowns it ill and the j ate the Man who saved France from census a crushing defeat by her enemies. A the hostility toward president in Isi brew Nevilier a population Wilson by the Republican politicians was counted As a few Hundred Over j of this country and of the enemies of 10,090, giving it sufficient to apply j Clemenceau in France arises Prin for. And secure free mail delivery in i Pajl from the same i Urce in the Tho c Ite Aud which placed it officially Eves of the Petty politicians these thro. Riot the United states As one leaders have been too successful and of the t i having a population of the desire of pull them Down from the 10,000 or More. There Are certain Eminence to which they climbed and i a municipal and other-1 through their own Powers for a com we accruing to cities of this size j Plis Hrent is too Strong for their Carl we Oller a graduate of the Brownsville High school has been elected president of the freshman class at the University of Texas Weller graduated from the Brownsville High school last year and entered the University in the fall. Because of the record Young Weller had made in interscholastic athletics he was hailed As an acquisition by the University coaches and is a member of the Texas u football team. He is also considered a very promising track Man for the Spring track meets. As a member of the Brownsville football baseball and track teams Weller became one of the Best known athletes in state school circles. As president of the freshman class he succeeds Yancy l. Gulp of Gainesville who did not return for the Winter term. At up t an 4oot to Latten a refugee this the lie. Hav que the Otic t my a Nice 1910�?in 1913,1 weak natures to withstand. Jealousy water ukes hold tons of Good food >1 ire of i i to a y a port Nen a. Ruin that 15 lids City had perhaps. And personal animus toward the presi-000 above its Normal popu Dent inspired chiefly the opposition in to the Large number of1 in the beginning to the peace treaty Mexico who came to i in this country while in France the 1 River As a result of j candidacy of Clemenceau offered the editions in the re pub first Opportunity of his jealous and it of these refugees envious enemies Many of them no a Mexico there is no doubt heretofore secret enemies of t hat a tinge number of j a the Tiger a to come Back at him. Remained in this City. In one sense however the is a throughout the United states accordant that the 1920 census natural outcome in the cases of both ing Lodr. Melvin g. Gilmore curator d c turn hundreds of acres lying in peace throughout j. S. Are going to waste Bismarck n. D., Jan. 21.�?tons of food lie peacefully undisturbed in. The hundreds of acres of water lilies lion May of till Short of 10.000. Men for in achieving the ends they to accounted for unless did it was of course necessary for am a a a the of the North Dakota historical society who is engaged in research work covering North America to determine the possibilities of native Ayi my Jim i Ana Hurt a on Elev that in Short of the i i lie con sir ing a Cut with the sit u it Idi Ceile the the appt rut re mainly v to Spriow no one go Huck t let a Liers nit have been j them to adopt methods at times that numer i were distasteful to Many politicians it amp Only had it and to override Many men who got in products. Nice. I a 0, their Way toward Tho goal. Gelled As a result of the first stage of his Muse in the j upon to Sac their countries in the inquiry findings of which were pub e a been much new supreme crisis of the world neither 1 ribbed recently in the thirty third Anglia Uto. It is diff a Wilson nor c Clemenceau could afford Nual report of the american Bureau. Tin Loir the c i cum a to take time to find out whether their j 0f entomology or. Gilmore declares there is even the re proposed line of action w Ould be pop-1 development of americans wild Plant of the census falling blur or not. They were each work luf been practically nil. To figure. Ling for results and on in weaker and a in the t Iree Hundred years that of he Board of City leis patriotic men would have consid White Man has dominated the last night in appoint j ered their own political fortunes of j Western hemisphere a the scientist asserts a the has not reduced to Multi Jesus and the masses some have said he dealt chiefly with individuals the great scholar the one Man that claimed the tree of the Lone woman at the Well Etc. Yet he taught the multitude and fed them and saw Iii them a great Harvest and his plan Calls for their Assembly for study and worship. Go to Church tomorrow. Sacred heart Church. Winter regulations Are announced for the sacred heart Church by the pastor Rev. Father j. B. Frigon. The new regulations Are 7 00 a. Rn., holy communion mass. 9 15 a. In., sunday school Bible study. 10.00 a. Rn., High mass and Sermon. 7 >0 p. Rn., holy Rosary answers to question Box Benediction of the blessed sacrament. J. B. Frigon o. M. I., pastor. Methodist Church. Baptist Church. The following is the sunday announcement of the first Baptist Church sunday school 9 30 a. In. Preaching la a. In. B. Y. P. U., g 30 p. In. Church of the Advent. Holy communion 7 30 p. In service and Sermon Ila. In. Service and Sermon 7 30 p. In. Sunday school 9 45 a. In. B. Dennis Rector. 9 30 a. Rn., sunday . A. Monsees superintendent. 11 00 a. �?Sermon by the pastor. 3 00 p. �?junior league mrs. R. L. Stell superintendent. G 30 p. �?Epworth league. 7 30 p. �?Sermon by the pastor. J. A. Ruffner pastor the tractor of real Worth and service you Are not experimenting when you buy International Harvester company implements. Titan tractors Are made by the International Harvester company and the experimenting was done by them. Titan 10.20�?$1250.00 f. O. B. Brownsville Texas Eagle pass lumber company merchants National Bank building Brownsville Texas Central Christian Church. J. C. Fourth and levee streets. Bible school 9 30 a. Rn., Bogue superintendent. Morning Sermon 10 45�?second subject subject under the general theme a where Jesus placed the pm a evening Sermon 7 30�?subject, a the greatest Lewis p. Kopp minister. Christian science lessons Chr stun science lesson sermons Are being read every sunday at 3 p. In. At the residence of mrs. Higgins 317 levee Street. A cordial invitation is extended to the Public. In play Safe every Man and woman who plays Safe sets aside a fund for unexpected expenses your Rainy Day fund state Bakk amp Trust co. A guaranty fund Bank. Tomorrows menu a if Ever i ate a Good supper at night i dreamed of the Devil and awoke in a a stay. Grapefruit breakfast. Cereal and Cream Bucon Apple muffins Coffee dinner. Fruit cocktail roast beef browned Sweet potatoes carrots endive salad nuts ice Cream supper. Peach salad cinnamon Toast Liberty Bonds purchased we will pay highest Cash Price for All issues of Liberty Bonds any amount d. Head amp son 609 twelfth St. Wise amp Newman a store. Of dressmaking reasonable prices children s work a specially Quick service miss Eya Preuss room to no. 1009 St. Charles St. Coffee of citizens to meet such a time enumerators and go Over the i in getting Back at Clemenceau in i was timely and should re defeating him for the presidency the i Art support not Only of French politicians have not dimmed Iii. Committeemen hut the the Fame of the War Premier in the it Iii Enship. Eer least. It makes no difference Wyeth ones Brownsville population i or he is resident of France or not. in Tho Best possible Light j nothing he could do As president likes to tee their Home City would make More secure his place in a Ard in v respect. Herald today is appealing to every citizen who believes to has not been counted by the enumerators to Cit fur notify this newspaper or else get in touch with members of the citizens committee and Tell them Abo a it Steps must be taken to Mak this work thorough. And they must be immediate and definite. History or lower him in. The Estima lion of the rest of the world of today Valion from wild Stock a single natural species except to bring under Semi domestication the Pecan and certain grapes of the in connection with this assertion i or. Gilmore quotes tile United states crop report for 191g As giving a Val Lue of $3,000,000 to crops of this i country alone grown from plants first Apple chopped apples to a Good torn muffin mixture Rind make in muffin pans. Fruit one Grapefruit Cut in Small pieces add one half cup it of diced Orange Cne half cup of bananas and on third of a cup of pineapple diced. Add half a cup of sugar and two Tablespoons of currant Jelly. Serve in Glass cups very cold. Peach canned peaches and in each half place a spoonful of Mayonnaise dressing. Serve or. Crisp White lettuce leaves. Copyright 1920 by the Mcclure newspaper Syndicate attention sportsmen and Hunters owing to the closing of the Duck season we Are Selling 12, 16 and 20-Guage Ajax Climax and Rojas Shotgun shells at a great reduction. Borderland hardware co. L-23-5i Queen the Home of supreme photoplay last time today Wallace Reid a in a the love burglary a also comedy news items our helpful service will prove of practical value to you because we understand the requirements of people living in Brownsville Matamoras and surrounding territory. The merchants National Bank not Only furnishes valuable routine service but specializes on courteous attention to every customer at All times regardless of the volume of business involved. This Strong National Bank is for All the people and makes a Point to treat everyone with equal careful Courtesy. The merchant National Brownsville Texas. Capital Stock paid in$100,000.00 from earnings .$100,000.00 $200,000.00 surplus fund earned. 125,000.00 fire insurance w. B. Clint 208 Mer. Nat. Bank bldg. Telephone no 6.a. A. Brought under cultivation by the in insect id i humiliating t l�,ni6nc�,huf # the political electors at Paris have a simply proclaimed to the a rid their own Lack of the Deser sense of patriotism and gratitude. Amusements Gued a exp Fie Sou to i Filiti air a at m. Neff candidate for the1 Amat orial nomination has inject into his Campaign several new. Of it aching the people. After Boring in hitherto unexplored to of extreme West and extreme. Rate s seeking the elusive vote attended textbook Board m iss l. M. Barbour superintendent of City schools returned today from Austin. Miss Barbour attended the meeting of the state textbook commission of she is a member. Gone himself one better an engagement by using by an in b an in i son the on ifs Timon his organized financed had plans prepared for a new Mil Ltd liar hotel. If there is any realer the chop Slick town of East s to hone better hotel facilities Brownsville we done to know it. Till our $600,000 proposition. Needed now but Well need it to pc within a year. A running Start is a Good one. Queen theatre Wallace Reid a new Paramount picture a the love burglar a at the Queen theatre today is an adaptation i of the recent play by the celebrated author and playwright Jack Lait entitled a one of the play had its premiere at the Morosco theatre in los Angeles and after a successful run in which Bertha Mann played the starring role it was taken East. After a careful study of the values i of the different roles the producers1 j decided that the hero role was by far a stronger one than the leading Fem-1 ankle role and in the picture version the leading male part is the Stellar role. Wallace Reid is said to have a 1 i Lysis toiletries Lysis vanishing areas .60c Lysis face powder .75c Lysis cold Cream .60c Lysis Talcum .25c Lysis toilet water $1.25 Lysis soap .50c Lysis perfume of 1.50 Willmans pharmacy w. Willmar pm. G., proprietor phones 40 and 58. J buy your pickets for Wall concert of rom Abs Plenn phone 549 a or r. M. J. Amber ton or. Phone 68 we will deliver its about time you were having that sidewalk built or do you want the City to assess you later. I can give you a Good Price now. Geo. Hamlinck or pc hey promises to produce a i no at or of $15,000,000 in eat and wearable crops during the Star sliding june 30, 1920. L forget the figures. The Val Nama All Over Texas spells la amal Abb crop Ley s name pro Peri to. Queen theatre two Days staring wednesday january 28th a a Stav a other papers one source or the trouble a pro a seckary of the work ii con i Ace Iii change some no be made in our s meat Between the Isla Tive Brum bes. Dan try like to Sci pre it in Reni always ii that is to say it trotting Congress invariably Hie executive depart id Republican >.e. Has seen enough of the government to that a some Strong m\1 change should Structure of govern a executive and leg Ile would Evie Congress and the ii lira Harmony j h the party con j it trolling that is a a Days pleasure you la say so p. O. Box 310 Rhodes grass and Alfalfa new crop fancy seed tested seeds company san Benito Texas a try a fashion special $4.00, $4.50 and $5 hat hate cleaned and blocked 1210 Elizabeth St. It Queen theatre the Home of supreme photoplay 2 Days january 25. Houston cafe twelfth Street two minutes from depot Best regular meals in tue City 35c chop suey. Aii kinds of Chines and american daa Hoa Baal service. Refined for ladies and gentleman

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