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Bryan Daily Eagle (Newspaper) - April 23, 1923, Bryan, TexasBryan daily Eagle volume xxvi. Ryan Texas. Monday april 13, 1s23 by associated press number 243negroes assaulted a Tyler woman Houston special brings crowd to Dokey festival on tuesday local dollies setting the stage for biggest Celebration in history of the knights of pythias festivities will close with a Street dance from nine to twelve at night in front of Post office. All details of Plana for the Bryan k. Of p. Reception tuesday afternoon and night Are moving along nicely and everything is about in readiness for the biggest and most enjoy Able affair yet Given by the Bryan Lodge. Houston donkeys and band will arrive at noon on a special train. As planned the Parade will take place Between 3 and 4 p. Rn., starting from South main Street and proceeding Over the principal streets of the City. Rand concert from 4 30 to 5 p. In in front of the k. Of p. Hall. Dinner will be served at 6 30 of clock at the Tabernacle to All k. Of p. Members their a Ives and their invited guests. Four Hundred plates have been prepared and a sumptuous feast will be enjoyed. Immediately after dinner the local and visiting knights of pythias will adjourn to their Castle Hall for a Short business session. From 9 p. In. To 12 of clock revelry will reign supreme on West 26th Street in front of the k. Of p. Hall. Music dancing and a program of stunts arranged especially for the occasion making up an evening of unalloyed pleasure. The Public is invited to All out door entertainment. The Young and the old Are cordially invited to attend and participate in the pleasures of the occasion. Joplin convicts at Large sawed out of prison Hospital by associated press Joplin mo., april 23�?thres convicts of the state prison escaped from the Hospital Here sawing Ilia bars of the window dropping to the ground and scaling the Wall the missing convicts Are Horace Simmons sentenced to ten years to life for robbery George Spinder sentenced to five to Twenty years for burglary and Noble Dickinson sentenced to five to Twenty years for burglary. By associated pros it Tyler april 23�?a social grand jury has bean convened to investigate the alleged criminal assault upon a woman Here recently by three negroes the negroes were arrest cd and taken to Dallas saturday for the purpose of assuring their safety in Case the grand jury find they Are the guilty parties the sheriff said. The woman in said to be the wife of a prominent Smith county resident. Party of nine been marooned on Island for More than week by associated press Frankfort mich., april 28-fight woodsmen and a women who have been marooned on South Fox Island Are recovering from the effects of a weeks scant rations. The party with an aviator whose plane was wrecked in the attempt to take food to the Island was brought Here inst night by steel car ferry. Prominent citizen if Windy my a Ead Silveti Loving cups legislators Back at Austin for second week of called session Smith delinquent tax Bill up in House today As Well As reconsideration of quo warranty which had been finally passed work of Senate still largely in hands of the committees. Mrs. Clara Phillips in Honduras As mrs. Robt. Young. Is said by associated frets. Los Angeles april 28-�?thorough questioning of Armour Lee Phillips husband of mrs. Clara Phillips escaped Hammer murderess in Honduras under the name of mrs. Robert Young is planned by the chief Deputy of the District attorney. Phillips has undergone a similar or Ting several times Ainee his wife escaped from the county jail last december. Now As before he asserts that he had nothing to do with it. Near East Oil is up in conference by associated Presa Lausanne april 28�?the question of the near Eastern Oil Fields especially those covered by the Chester Concession was in the foreground today As the Allied and turkish delegates met in another Effort to draft a peace treaty acceptable to both sides. Edge commencement begins on thursday the Edge commencement begin thursday april 26th. The first night will be a general program participated in by the entire school. On Friday morning the 27th, will occur the graduating exercises. Hon. T. O. Walton will Delver the address to the graduating class Friday night the senior class will put on the play a Deacon to s is a splendid play entirely new to this Section. There Are ten characters five male and five female. The play is two hours Long and full of fun Romance and tragedy. The Edge Community takes this occasion to invite the people of the entire county and Bryan to visit us during commencement. We invite a visit so that the work we Are try no to do and Are doing May be seen. Friday afternoon we will have a Ball game after the noon dinner which will be served at the school. A Small charge will be made for the evening programs. 00tt0n Market Cotton futures a based today 65 to 70 Points up local spots were quoted at 27 cents middling basis. Weather special to the Eagle new Orleans la., april 28 a for Bryan and Vicinity to night partly Cloudy expect Shower in extreme East portion of East Texas tuesday partly Cloudy. Notice effective sunday april 22 we will operate two busses Between Bryan and College at regular intervals first car leaves Smith drug Corner 7 a. In. Destined y. M. C. A. Building College. Complete schedule to be announced later. One Way fare is cents. P e Dishman revival services have opened at the first methodist Church the series of revival services began sunday night at the first methodist Church a packed House greeting the opening Sermon by Rev. H. C. Willis pastor of the Church substituting the revivalist preacher who was unable to come to Bryan until today. Rev. Ira f. Key pastor of the methodist Church at Cameron one of the Ablest speakers in the pulpit in this Section of the state who is to conduct the revival was Detainee at his pastorate at Cameron by a distinguished visitor and could not leave until today. He will preach tonight and for Many successive nights for the revival attendance. Professor Anton Ernst Leader of the band and instructor in music at Allen Academy has charge of the singing both choir and congregational. The latter is being stressed during the services and on last night the audience took part in great shape old and Young All joining their voices in the sacred hymns. The evening services will begin each night at 7 45 of clock and the morning services at 9 of clock giving those attending ample time to return Home and prepare or partake of noon Day lunch. Everybody is cordially invited to come and Bear the speaker and share in the revival. By associated Presa Memphis term., april 83�?a b. Seel in Freund axed 66, of Rhi Cago International Secretary of the order of Znaj. Brith died Aud Den f at the hotel Here today warrants issued in two million mail robbery att. Louis by associated preen. St. Louis april 28�? Federal warrants charging five offence against five men in connection the $2,000,000 mail robbery Here on april 2, were issued today. German government ready to guarantee reparations matter by associated Presa London april 23�?a Berlin correspondent of the Central news Agency says he learns with Good authority that the German government is preparing a positive offer to the a lies. The government he adds will declare its readiness to negotiate the discussion of questions including reparations guarantees. On display Haswell a mid continent crude the Silver Loving cup Given to the schools of the county for winnings in the interscholastic Field meet Are now on display in the show window at a swell s Book store. Both cups the one Given by c. R. Gardner to the High Point school of the county and the Harwell cup to the High Point school in All literary events Are on display and Are Beautiful cups. The schools of the county take this occasion of thanking again or. Gardner and or. Haswell for these splendid gifts. It Isnit the gifts the schools appreciate so much great As this to but rather the spirit of these progressive citizens of Bryan and Brazos county. These cups Cost real Money and Are worthy of any school or county. Down through the year these cups will make their history and As they ave won year after year by the drive spirit of the various schools their possess on will become More and More to be prize and striven for and the memory of these men As giver will accordingly become dearer to the schools. Mrs. M. K. Good son and miss Goodson of Houston Are Here for a visit to or. And mrs. Of. We c Renshaw and family. Mrs. Good son and Mise Good on Are Mother and sister of mrs. Crenshaw. By associated Presa Austin. Texas. April 23.�?Back to work after their Holiday trip to Houston and the san Jacinto Battlefield the members of the state legislature began their second week of the called session with four working Days before them. The Smith delinquent tax Bill and the quo warranty Bill were scheduled to come up in the House today the latter for reconsideration after its final passage. Most of the Senate work apparently remains with the committees including those measures concerned with revenues and appropriations. Anti technicality Bill introduced in House. Austin Texas. April 23.�?final action on the quo warranty Bill was taken Here today when motion of rep. Burmeister of Mcmullen to reconsider and table the vote by which it was finally passed was adopted. The a anti technicality Bill seeking to prevent the reversal of criminal cases by the court of criminal appeals upon technicalities of the Law or irregularities introduced in the House today. Appropriation measures will be Given first consideration at the present session of the Senate. The judicial appropriation Bill is up today. A few changes Are expected to be made in the measure and after that it will probably be placed in order for final passage. Visited at Golf . Professor and mrs. P. F. English and professor g. W. Stuppy and wife of the biology department of a. A m. College returned mat night from an automobile trip to Galveston where they visited friends Over the holidays. Whle at the Island City they enjoyed the afternoon bathing and report the water Fine. They also visited Rice Institute last Friday. In. A roasts a a ssh so go. One Steamer sinking following collision by associated press. Seattle april 23.�?the Steamer la prisms collided with the barkentine Mary Winkleman Early today off slip Point. The Mary Winkleman to reported to be leaking and u. M. S. Snohomish has gone to her assistance. Gus bade postmaster at Ley. To in town today. Bench mrs. T. H. Brown and mrs. Chai. Gory take of College were in Bryan today by associated Presa Independence Kansas april 28-�?the Prairie Oil and Gas company today announced a reduction of ten cents per barrel in the Price of mid continent crude Oil. This reduction the first in the mid continent Fields brings the Price of crude at Wells Back to the prices announced on february second after the fourth consecutive Rise. Miss Ida Lay from a sister mrs. Antonio. Parker returned Sun week enl visit to her w. E. Foster in san District agent j. E. Stanford leaves tonight for Longview in the bitterest of the Extension service department of a. Amp m. College music study club in open program on wed. Tomorrow the Long distance radio contest begins of you Haven to registered yet dolt now c. E. Griesser anything electrical phone 23 used Fords we can sell you a used car to suit your purpose at a Price that is right. Terms if desired. Chambers Wilson motor co. Bryan Texas phone 555 the music study club will give to the Public a great treat in the form of a musical Tea wednesday afternoon at 3 30 o clock. Mrs. Gabe Cazell mrs. Charles Felker and mrs. Duke Thornton As program committee have put Forth untiring Effort to give to Bryan music lovers something Worth while and it is hoped a great crowd will respond to the invitation which is extended to everyone. By As Socie Ted Presa. New York april 23.�?four men and a woman passenger and the Crew of a seaplane forced Down to the Waters of Coney Island last night were rescued by Marine police after a sixth member of the party Robert Dewey owner of the plane had swum too Yards to Shore to summon Aid. The five were rescued after being Given up of Succour by the police launch after having drifted about for More than an hour before picked up in the disabled Craft which was Drifting helplessly about the seas. Trial of most Rev. Or. Tikhon put off by associated press. Moscow april 23.�?the trial of the most Rev. Or. Tikhon former patriarch of All Russia on a charge of treason and hindering the carry ing out of soviet orders has been postponed indefinitely. It had been set to begin tomorrow april 24. Mrs. Mazie Currie miss Mary Freeman and or. Bert Manton of Houston who visited mrs. L. H. Tucker for the r. V. Festivities returned Home sunday. They Are accompanied by Monte Currie who goes for a few Days visit. Or. John a. Hhd will tour thru i Europe and visit the holy land or. John a. Held pastor of the first Baptist Church of Brvan will leave the latter part of june on a Tnp which will ultimately land him in the Palestine for a week or ten Days stay to visit the historic places of regious inter eau he will go first to new York City where he will spend a week or ten Days visiting a Friend or. Curtis Lee Laws editor of the watchman examiner a National Baptist publication and also visiting the Baptist churches at that place in their services. From new York City he will sail for Stockholm Sweden about july 8 or to there attending the sessions of Baptist world Alliance which meeting will be in the interests of missionary work in All parts of the world and dealing with the division of the work. The rest of the itinerary has not yet it Een arranged but will run something As follows from Stockholm to Gutten Buerg by boat thence to Hamburg to visit the Baptist Seminary and school for German ministers to Berlin to v Lenna where or. Held has Many relatives living thence to Rome and to outlying places of historic interest Florence Venice Etc. Thence to Athens and studying the historic Points of that Vicinity to Alexandria and studying the land of the ancient pharaohs in the coastal country of the Nile River thence direct by boat to the Palestine to spend a week or ten Days. The trip is made possible by the efforts of some of the leaders of the Church w. S. Barron. D. L. Wilson. M. E. Wallace judge w. C. Davis and others. The business menus class first backed the movement and were assisted by mrs. A. J. Buchanan a Friendship class other classes then contributing the remaining funds required. The whole was done in a spirit of Unity and backed by a singleness of purpose which is to be highly commended. Or. Held was rather taken by Surprise but one can easily imagine that it was a most pleasing one. A the birth of a nation tonight tomorrow and wednesday three Days and each show must be packed. Matinees comedy 1 00 feature 1 45 comedy 4 10 feature 4 40 nights 7 30 comedy feature 8 15 Sharp. Queen theatre with Queen eight piece orchestra and the admission is Only 55 cents for adults and 30c for children. See it As Early As possible of make sure of a Good seat. Thursday Friday and saturday the great National sensation Marion Davies in a when Knighthood was in Flower coming Geo. Adeys a a Backhoe and broken. Kipling a a fool there was Edith Wharton a glimpses of the Moon. The go getter Dixie tonight and tomorrow one of the 39, Mutt and Jeff comedy and Fox news Only 25c. Wednesday a hungry hearts
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