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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 4 November 1920

*wwwm A iMni - «SgK 3® SEMf&S ISBeii « Eh VOLUJKE XXXX.-NO. 87. GERMANY DELIGHTED AT DEFEAT OF WILSON'S PEAK FDD LEAGUE HH..I. lyn '■ A , !i#u ;W"J KSSKiSfcfe PRKSIMKNT-KMCrT WILI. WAIT Will. CtPCtK OVER C ITY AMI ITSTII. Vmt HIS VISli•"} WHIP (iOVKRNOR'S TAt. DAY - IX TKXAK. ;-O^IH-I-AMATION. Ktyrythlhg', liowimr Ilohhy■Mhax proclaimed/ "The Peace Program"ofthe I lilted flrttion iifi'xt Siiturduy/Kwemltet' <k a* 'J?An er-_ State Treasury I H'|mi rtnx*nt was out Ma rion, < Nuv. -I had returued « "normal All Newspapers in Germany Said to today. the < lection flurry having mb~ jw h l> j <af Memorial ^Tuhemilar Make Attack On the President— Bernstorff Makes Statement A>K.«!.,!twl lYirs E) • !=•:•!!n. Nov. ^ A note of warning agit..i.M nuniic optimism In coipic- •jii' ini' of i li ' I teuiocratic defeat in (lie Aua-ftVau election* Is to be found in i!i. coipplctc range of press eoin- iiioii. although the editorial refer- cucr* in the Herman paper# concur in tin- at...

Publication Title: Sherman Daily Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 4 November 1920

purt of tlH among the THURSDAY, NOVEMBER &m democrat. sherman spsss* « Mhdgkr -or C#ufci« Joiif th lil the cmdcru part'of Both of these e^nulics are! ' Infinite Variety 'germaky deiighjed Bails vaudkhitc It tiki. we trail American t radii hum, [considered Mifely Republican LtantfTi* uw-4 TIM' r tvvttwerciai.: ractcd Ku- w«r«: iu«II W u«i.7r.i . m*t mil*?, mm, t|i$r $« jSTjrior mm. ttobcriV'lflO,^17. Return* froiii ft] un"ir"* I larding ■W llU'l'ldl hojie who Imil the ruM pleasure of ^ , _.„.B __ H9 BA„,<I J k in on :i -t<vvi,,n of th*> AT DsEEEAJ OF 1KILS0N 5 Intemntlorwl woman's conference of PLANS FOR LEAGUE H* ririp f Butterflies. The heard)/ fk certain luitlerflji*, 'lit* iiiiM lis inn! i lit' «pldww bus a KUlljinrr of much *1II.! v by V., E?g*fk uh« *e tyxajiis Iuim' irjiiM't<81 In toiuiK • Oow-vm were. In a few iiistHiK-ex. tm- i ■*'***• ,, m B. . , convinced thru out of *neb a vnrlt*. I'iiii K'nntfuoftt from INigp 1.) Herim breakfast; I'tii i lii^c his hand oi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 4 November 1920

I* . V ^ ■■\"'r|Jgft/iiiMf-'|-nin'imftti "i.WMfl' I' 1 - 4 *«% ■■'•}<•■ •>■ ■ ■ ifi fiilrfli' M •niifflb-" • ^adlti"- ^ '•li'yiiiyrirthdfifcito n a 'iilaJls^imiiiA. Iffif llllil^MlTllIl^ ' " • f : V":.: wKSS 95! *Wna*l?SB8 jsi DAILY DEM0CKA1. JHERMAH, I i1 Ji; pi ... v-'.' ''f :* 'vj-.v „ ' ! — K. ■vW-t ■** . mmgmI OH THE MOVIE SOJ "By Rpcwlal xm*vm#nt." Thw* three w6r«ln, the crd* of ai. agrwaieut Mirecn J. Parker Head. Jr., the producer, and Honne P*>ter* motion picture luminary, represent to the former an expenditure of 92S,00£ For Mr. Peters, n* all fllin lover* know, in a star In h.! own rjtfit, aud wheu be *af approached ly A. Paiker Read Jr. to play tlie role of John «'ul- hertsoa in "The Leopard Woman," lu whleh I^oulae fllatlm enacts the tlti* and etetllar role, he at flrat demurred. Ultimately, however, the nature of the part having exerted a tremendoua fascination for the popular aetor he consented to play the character. Tin- agreement whereby Peter* undertook th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 4 November 1920

m ',"ii'.ilLi-i ■' U.:v*.. ... " *. '..^ k" «i: ;«■;; >; ., -^auOdifk. ®fe®S^:s5!SPBll I ■ mifiP? WSRM&BSmSGti * s ■ sraEP ®S$E« .,ift •ILA'S FRIEND •y MILDRED WHITK. Hawapapar Ualon.) lr; With Rev. I* 8. White W Ol to the hJU atty btctow of poor healthy. Her to carefree pleasure Ufa, could not realise or ajm- with frailness, and the ch- added tasks of the city apart wn to be more than Sheila lr. She uraat go away, the Mid, sad soon. Pretty, fashion* Uut IttfSS 'iM • ■« III d 1 :> r. J™- had gone. and oo his Mrs. 8s on- crisply. t money question was not s very taut one; living expenses In the " away Tillage were not those of the Aunt Owen none too graciously sssistance from her suffl- store. It is due you tor your t" the add doctor drIM re- Mr. L«? McMorrie and Miss Ruth Lambert were united in marriage at that clergyman's home Wednesday ev- - :1vt , , ' • „ . of the contracting parties *rer<- from McAlester, Oklahoma, and were The bride wore a handsome tailleur with Iwr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 4 November 1920

) i" « ■.. / ? i -:;1^ - $ > ■ i.W IHERMAN DAILY DEMOCRAT, SHERMAN. TEXAS, BURGLARS VISIT I PAVEMENT I* AKAG KAP118. L I INTO 3 PLACES Tmviti lodge. No. 117, A. F. & A. M., 'wilt bold itH r^ular mating TlmrH- duy night ut 7 .JMI. , ' '■ ' • • {■ - -'•/ - .■ • ; ■■ v The Royal Neighltojrti will m«H t in rcfcular twcwlou «t Carpenter*' Hail Tburnday night at 7:30 o'clock. SMALL AMOUNT OF MONEY CURED WHEN SAFES ARE JIMMIED. I The City Federation of Women'h 8B- Cluha will meet at the Sherman Li- brary building at 3:30 o'clock Friday afternoon. BATHING GIRLS OF 1921—LETS ; HOPE WE LIVE 'TIL NEXT '/' I Deniaoti, Tex., Nov. 4—-Bobbers were working again In Denliaoti lant night and broke into three placea,. jimmying the safea and removing what they wished, no man mole*ting them. The first place vWted was that of the Iienltton Lumber Company on Houth M trick avenue, it it* thought that thl* Job was done about 7:30, the robbers leaving before they had quite completed their work. The sa...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 4 November 1920

*HS§a iY DEMOCRAT •Mkm QJ H'tWH Aim- — - • • • • •«♦ «•• MUM' —— ap -JS2£ r * ■" ..«•«..110 in ' . ■' i. i<m AND HI. o ip'H 'i" i i HI SUBSCRIPTION KATES. 14. 1ST#, ss Mil *t«r 3, 187®. Six months, within 1,000 , One yesr fTUO. Beyond Texas and Om month, Vie; Six months, 94-BO; f i^y§& H' M owmtof or wj** yeer, HI ■ i il ' i * in IE" Democrat. PnWkhers, Sherman, Texas, d please «i*e old efldries u well as new -*r Snbscrlb* to It of not herein served. OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.—The Amwdtttd Press l« freljr entitled to tb«u e (or republication of ell ne* djspefrbea credited wise credited In this paper and also the local pttfcUabed AH rights of replication of special dispatches herelu ere «T U.va s %' nav© Red, m ai ■is mm | Qy JOHN KJELUNDER. f p£^'^fK *• wjj ?iszrr ■MMi f£li Jm| Upil «§l THE DEMOCRAT'S PLATFORM! Bifitr water supply. p' Down tuwn auditorium. | Improved Mgbwny syatem. itive County Fair. of the Kessler. MM - mm _|a citizens. R^ ■i Vm ©— TUB DAY'S HK.NT EDITORIAL. S...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 4 November 1920

' - : ' ! ir. AlK . V fi :.i 1- ^ ifMf# • ' -\ ' ' $H' ## • ®& •;# m&S&Sm pi £$ t« ®y& , :. b46tislllcisae u"" -' - <v- :; ^«BP i-..'. -s ■•§* v'A-.r' •••' 'v-V -VtV • ••'- . V XT FOR RENT—ROC^IS FOR KKXT—^ unfurnished foouis tor light housekeeping. 1115 E. Richards. nt-'Jtp FOR in:.vr—Two nicely furnished rooms for housekeeping. wlfh all con* veuleu^s, for couple. !suy K. Houston.' y > uiKitp FOR RKNT—Jt furnished rooms to vouiiiv without children. I'lniui} 1."17. . .,. .> } -unmp *r ij **11 I vVRNISltKD RntiAfH for rent, ap- l>ly 008 X. Muxcy. n~-Ktp FQK IMONT Nice incut unfurnished. tlirei* room upart- l'llOUC T74. . n-3tp IWOM^illtotl for couple or two young men: modern convenience: witJ(i breakfast' nud dinner. I'lionc ,S5(J. - n2 3ti TWO unfurnished rooms 12. Pecan. ■•■■•—- for rent. :K!t> lCJHp FOR H^N'T A sullc of offices, one large, two small, soutli front, Huttuhlc for lawyer, doctor, dentist; will ar- range satisfactory to tenant. Apply to O...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 4 November 1920

ill m m&i SH9HB A i v A3f'T Vi W2 MiWWtt tiyir-' 'CTwrii&arc? > ■ •■ "• c •• MBS pS ■\ ■, .v (Bill ^ " ■•'"" - ■ :fw^ I®WW M wlI DAILY DEMOCRAT, SHERMAN, TEXAS. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 4, mm ■ ■ • ., 1929 IfWM | R®K•' ' «;•«. §fe ■ MmmWrnrn ■ wiiv. i^n 'fyi ' t' jfc* V* '• ' ; , BilraBlR Prices ESflf^ §P Mens Suits H 1 Jm:m £HMU^>V*ra5l WCjjy S&'' li §fM?Si • ^w^wwraf' <|3q^gy^awfefc In large variety of a Suit " pKi I ,./<• ?fr *■*.<; ■ tytfh'l''. ffit&Wjjxt. \ WmBSw&SiM $} ImWraB •■• .•'. ■ .■ V, -f ; These are LOWER fTHAN OUR FORMER PRICES which were the ' ■ ; •,■'.•* •-'?': J - f< • •>«'"' >' ' ■' "'• . ■ I talk of the town. EXSTEINS9 HEM NURSE OF SHERMAN FOR OCT. During the |H-rli l from Nopfcmhot 20 to October -to Mrs. l*«*url Pmt- wlrtt*. lied Cross Health Nurse. m:t<I. OS* visits to 3 schools. Iirlitsive. ." 7 Ivislln to homes of pupils. mlscelltilic Mills visits 11, totaling (IN. olltsldc (if flu school buildings. Aytujil time spent ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 5 November 1920

firy* ■■ • -U# .-■mmlis' &£' it wu, ■' .Is HP' •is? ": .'i . i - W'W VOLUME XXXX.-HO. 88. rwss l$3 ;> ii&f5 "! I .t SHERIFF AND WILL NAME HLBBV DEPUTY ■V ? • • SAYS SHE CAN LAND A BAD MAN HER- SELF IF IT BECOMES NECESSARY—IS 65 AND MOTHER OF THREE CHILDREN. A^fsstlaUSl !* •« * IHputclil Row ounnon. Midi.. Nov. 5— Mm. ) 'Jail* JollUSdn, ti,"i ycHIS old. UlOtllCr of Uire^ children unit Sheriff-elect of Itoecniiitmm Couuty, today outlined the platform oil \\ l*f« li she will go into itf- ii<*e host January. "I oait land n I'ihI uiuu or n Imd } ' WOUM! It Ul\ HO| I , if lltH-OSHH Who SilUl. j "hut as a man or of precaution I wijfj appoint iuV husband deputy: In the in PLANS FOR ORGANIZING (crisis ,.t. In'tweeu son rolling for * and coring for prisoners. I will look after , my ehlldven —two girls and a hoy r f and the domestic duties in the county Jul!" .Mrs. Johnson added Ihut la-ease It should lto<i>nie riein>ssiiry for her "to' iirrwt a had man. lie will know so...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 5 November 1920

arawM ^KpwS'f v.^f -v , s>: fc<s •/ ' el ■' TO l&il i V? Mm ■ iSf^ *;w -■ '^ •• $i:lli 1§| 0 iWrf K yyiis s®mi $Ss; Hi f .ivIV.T .. SHERMAN DAILY DEMOCRAT. mbkkbkh « < ^v<;- Sfi^JfeCw ' 'MA I MllfS mmh •. - • I ,W3 , •'♦ •,>;• ' >.v, ..• sjgn JJK /,%.>#:?• i ' '"■ ,i'«.'.! />«jrLJ fXNMW«PI Wh *l«v li«*rt> Friday. Mr. VJafl«*<l it humhrr itf we Unlit* | trial uUuIm of Mliernu «hm- work IUf Interval of |W rt. « l il■ wi4f«r«* the workvjw lit flu* plants U« carried :S WW Wtl That tht Gnome# H*v« Dlt. I PPP^L. J***' V.9HH ~ '■Mi'1 <Hr: luu. % I i-;' WH*rtd If Declare to Altogether Brron««u*i :K-.:,'hi^W •- ■ -. IwS' i* m I M -I ■ * I ■ i ^ v * •' ffl V./&I OF INDIAN ORIGIN I $: •' 1 Twanty-Fiva of the Forty-Ciflht States of tha Country Kove Practically . Native Namaa. ■■ . • ■ I1 MYK KtetfU Ml m i' * f mmm ■ m. >:-• '■-■/■■I Of our 48 «tiitf>« H'O Hod that 23 bear numm of Indian oflalu, while Vi are Kngltali, aix M) an5*Ji uml three Fremiti...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 5 November 1920

/ ljemoersta held Atwriran pstty ■ -mm days lUnes*. and whm >u 2 VAN ALSTYNE. ^«hm To Tbe Democrat: Van Alstyne. Tex., Nor. 5.- wai not a gretl deal of Interest In tile election at tMs place only 360 v<*e« beinR polled, dli follows: Democrat* 258, 88, Mack Pattys tl created no excitement «KdEr - , U*DAV, J|10V. w uttst Austin <'oll«|ge Kangaroo Colts ex- pect to play $weli t^?p «ch<jk>J ^leyett at Dallas on Sal unlay. November 20, *t ?l>«t ftytu*daj in Sherman, us was ani^ounml In a **• ♦ las paper this week, according to Homes Ralney. coach of tlie ' youn# Kangaroo*. The Colts expect to hare one of their hardest games with U^e Lowell bunch. Window cards are out announcing the next big ftupey and last on torn, home grounds this season of the Ret nhir Kangaroos, which takes place next Thursday, Armistice l>ay, , ^th Southwestern, of Georgetown, j I> cal fans are looking forward to this game as one of the best that hns, probably t>een matched here In a numbi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 5 November 1920

■-M $P® mm~w> ■r-: Ik' m ■B rw m « mi }"MP >|8fU" * ... v ,. ■ -ft," . •< ■•> • <■; !W jgfe t jjkJLVy wWi '£■•) ': £ "/ ' "« v- . SHERMAN DAILY DEMOCRAT, mm Robert Wll- 111*. Ar- tbe most *§* * Her 1KMR- ▼ery SKS88K 1 I V*S HS'i % 1 w. beau of white and greenery The ainaic room held a glory pinnae chrysanthemum* ferns, and tba table wa ■tti^lare of yelto* .1 baaket of I «^|l ee covered taper* In (diver boo bona. "®3D •;deUgbt to tba the participant* be- rman'a moat gifted mu- '■"' ' :V'i^ vAi- *: '•' Jones aang an exquisite Sleep, Why? Post Thou Mar and "Nellie, My Lore and a' rara Irtah ballad. Kramer accompanied Hattle Mae Wharton gave, that of the long ago, but now Ived, "Oft In t£a Stilly and a humorous encore, "l ""I #f? w .AK **" i Kathleen Caoke had two domic l "A Song of India" andjsa, '* e«w«-«d by I ton new apparatus. wan delightfully au enjoyable piano number Helen Buater aud gave two amualng reading*. ;; by First PiTHby tcrion W. A. Tbe Woman's Auxiliary o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 5 November 1920

"'*"■ wl)mow $?? !*>s ■?WS?^^nriMp7F^?* ■ '■'■x'^wW.-W'^ W '- rapjlP^fiK r«Jl flffl '3^kl ^K. V TOM'S DAUGHTER By LOTTI* W., SIMMONS — •■ * — -® PAVEMENT PARAGRAPHS. — — Prof. H. . limn Ih reports q«Me 111 at his, home lu Northwest Shermau. The tl. D. C. will meet with Mra, W. H. Lucas Saturday afternooriVat 3 <& lilt, by lioClur* N w p*p«r Syndicate.) ▲ festal air pervaded the Brent home to Its laat nook and. corner. There were roaea In the dining room, o'clock. carnations in the parlor and on the small Jacobean table In the guest room a shallow bowl •( violets whose delicate' fragrance filled each sephyr from the anowy-draped, open window. Kitty, Margaret and Pauline, the three charming daughters of the house- hold, flitted about In a state of de- licious excitement, for the noon train was bringing Hartley Hayden, a cou- •ln, from the East. "I wonder what he looks like now?" drawled Kitty from her perch on the wide arm of a veranda seat. Ben French, well known local pain...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 5 November 1920

(jMttCraa I "•> 1 ;::■ ?§:a; Smmto ;.}>■/;"■i-*Mri av ; ffi'-ski '<J '"' i #t' id■' iKf «w imibbwieesst®rvrel «* '• < ■■•■ j*.' !u • •.* . •v'■wwtlwffly'V.- If hp Iw = •r SHERMAN DAILY DEMOCRAT, SHERMAN 4fiT fiSMHf mfoThr*&m tt.—'v i1,.::.^. ' .i.ri •*•! «•..«<••.••..••>•••• .110 AND lit ■Bfl 1 at tba postoffica at Sberaaa, Texaa, Aug. 14, 187#. as i •econd clan according to the act ot Cougma, Hir 3, l87 . ■ ' - Oklahoma i One month. Six monthf, $400; On« yea* |TJJ6. Beyond TmSF and Oklahoma within 1,000 Mites: Ona month, 89c; Six month#, 84.80 ;_0na_y< i;'; | > — to Ths Sherman Democrat, Fnbllahera, Sherman, Texa«. 8ub crit£ I ring add rem changed plana glrc old addrc— aa well aa new ona,. J 'V T- FRIDAY, y^Aw-wMiftaLl'V mm DEMOCRAT COKKBAC *S. A Ronton man who waM Jllt«*«l by a ' girl left her IiIm fortune when he dffd. *"*derlek O'Brien hi Century 1I«m 5, 1920. "*f *u%^scc;^q4ti<«fr H.^r^rr fV Muti* and ■, fife- . .^sgi Wight upon taHIM***..*<•.....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 5 November 1920

r .-a, 1 ' *'"'" W^S^Wk^hH^i^ #V. '*.< . &#*/*&'?ftv" *ftJF lwR£$ ^^.A^-U-av-V;!; '•' ■.'. / ■n I ■ .'■' tote ■mrn: '-•■flfcoMK FOR I^ENT—ROOMS von KENT-Two nicely tdrahAcd rooms for housekeeping. with uII con- vwukwcs, for couple. Plume 13tH. E. Houston. n.'5-H r FOR ItKXT--A|NirtuM>nt close lb. Four rooms, iiutli um! gurugc. Plume ."MM. nl-iite for rkxt—First floor apartment, four rooms unfurnlahodor partly fur- nished. Phone 1888. U'l.'itp ROOM FOB RENT—."iOO Ko. Crock- ett St. Call -0. Mrs. %Dr. Meaddtf. ' n 1-R; p " FOB 1IENTJ-Two nicely furnished room* for hoUMckecplug. 'wltb all con- venience#, for couple. StXi E. Houston. li.intp FOR RENT*—Ji furnished rooms to couple without children. 1'houe 1117. \r n.'I-.'ltp FOR RKXT—A suite < f offices, one large, two syinll, South l'ront, suitable for lawyer, 'doctor, dentist;* will ar- raujje satisfactory to tenant. Apply to C. c. 1 Intuit roe. -. , nl-pip FOR IH-:XT^~jflpurithdied apartment, modem cxiavenleneeif. 120...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 5 November 1920

' .'■■•■' :i "i (,'-Jl \' \,y r. **rWfmdiS6£%~ Ml nV ;..v; v: tHf ^ Hilt .... ' ;;.>;,'-t4H ' '■■(■'' ■>■ ' - ■ ' l : i 1,^ & ' f KfK*JEji4« ' • *>' •i' ," # 2$^ W® % wfe 1111 DB7S TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1920. .tfmp wgKf; as y V >>' t «• §m' §j§jj§||i Mi v, . .■«Wf : wjed Daily! l| tot lien's $5.00 and $6.00 >8. /-Tv ^ i?i Jersey Sweaters 50c. /| | / n's Good Black Sox 15c. § idid Dress Shirts $1.50. 9 ial, $1.00 CUT on all Douglass -'•> W;v a-.. •if Contribution to War. On<- of the most utriklni contribu- tion* of the Unit# *l State* to the wor wan the enormous (juantlty of smoke- IfiM powder high egploaives produce*. «i,vn the Scifiitlflc Amcrtoin. From April 1. 1017. to November 11. 11M8. we produced (WJ million pound* of smoke- lew# powder, which wh* almost e*aetljr equal to the combined output of Frauca and Great Britain. oii(Inal Wna. * Until the middle of the alxteenth rentury the poorer claw lit Rutland uaed rude aliewvr* of wood aa phis, whil...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 6 November 1920

Mfc* I".•<."*:: ^/ww 1 —" —■— VOLUME XXXX.—NO. 89. SHERMAN, TEXAS, SA1 TEXAS R. R. COMMISSION REFUSES EXPRESS CO.'S REQUEST FOR RATE RAISE Unanimous In Oppinion That Two Re- cent Raises are Adequate Compen- sation—Hearing Was Held October 19th. Aanoelated Prenfi Dl.-tpatcb] ' *•*'?* ; v A unI In, Texas, Nov. fl.—The Tesa Railroad ('uiuminxiyu today rtfuaed tht* application of the American Hall- way Ex pre** Company for 13 5-10 per cent general increase tof all Intrastate rute* and chargen. Hearing ou fhl application wan held October W. In tractate express rates were Increased 8 per cent January 1, 191ft? and 12V4 per cent on .September 1. 1920, and the commission unanimously declared they considered these increases ade- quate. NOVEMBER HOLIDAYS ARE NAMED BY SCHOOL BOARD Three holidays in the public schools for the present month were named by the City School Hoard at its regular November meeting In the office ot I'itv Superintendent J. C. Pyle Friday evening. Next Thursday. Novemb...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 6 November 1920

mwc- "J** '"1 ^ ' TiftP ftWhrw EPS] ||gpB£i& v«. if# eleven admin- §mm , KtSftSS IWgpgl# saiii® K& . ^xjry1 ipR GP^Hw<lr'l •• • • -S'X ' Ui 'r . III ar* going Volk tejrtl- also ! NMfffal that «4 il Iron workew' anion Jw4 ie t to frtlit bntldlpur trade* "pd on ai itonDnlon: tn|nt)ierH of 't are employed. 4nd that Si, as chairman of the e** om* committee, had taken over cunxidera- M "HUM of ffc* z? "I asked Brlndell what he was go- ing to do." Mr. Volk aaid. "I called u • biu Bwf#tinv r siwpeae&Jffcere would .wSsirv *4 Ai, we will have t# poll n few strike i! (Wvlf t®*n t of town when the Joh wan Un< rtaken >iml he "figured on 25e a day per man" employed In the work tl an Hrlndeirw share. "Von knew you'd Jiare to pay Brin* M Hiid flared oil tliat In ranking es- imaf**?" y<>ik wa«'^|kw.|';.f' ?£:§;:] l^twi Implied flie w|tn<Mw.**^We +t( ways had thai in inlnd. It was ohe oi ell had spok- the elements of coat."outcome, an It left Umurillr'* *— two firm* Whi...

Publication Title: Sherman Daily Democrat
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 6 November 1920

mmt | • J « ^Awf' fyrv fasiii £KOf :ks BTO1 „Jj|lllUL ——— yfi.4 'FUNERAL / ., rfv..,:.. 58 '■ ■■;v "■ '£?<{ ■'■■■ ;*■' v$ .&•> I *«*& & £ > . t wwl'fc) m ■ OH IHE MOVIE SCREEN. ;,i.*v*;. >♦ T),j *■$>.> iili.lL '•*■ tti-W .'£' •••' ikf . .■'* • " '■'. ".■> 1 "' n'. 'pi■ 1 )'"ij ■ w W§1 -—^ !■ roui \l ibe Klnf. ^ ■■ Os^luliiK ,<)fi Uu< Hiulson through tl^ maz'.r. ui MaiilinUafl *tul «l vvn to Uif urlftloeratii- mMlon of l.ong lslinxl wi'ii v *h thp xliikltlo of Fnto lik.H. JH; V« Umim'o tx r.v. "Tin. Wonderful ChujiiT." wlilrli Is Kuwnt H'Brh'H'tt latt'St 8i'IkmI< Ic lu-othicthHi' nitnomu-fd n tin* feature of tin* KIhk ii fiitfi> pfORrrtm for next Mwih1ij> aiul TiHFtlnv. •Mf. <V||riW will a AM r« U lit this |tli )tu-tlniin«. itortrnyiiiK the pjiri *Ht "XWakfar" Ttart >w. nii ex-convict ftWt < r i>U, nii'l Lord Blr- luingham. an Knidixh in.ltlcinan. In nupport of the Ktnf is a most capihlc «mst, with dainty Martha MausfMd 1-ln...

Publication Title: Sherman Daily Democrat
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 6 November 1920

iW dwM®,'; ®1 • , "v! f ■ . t ■ ;«., •".. : ■ w WSIH mm S§Sp 8HEM1AH DAILY PEMOOUT, SHEM1AN. TttAS. SATURDAY, HOVEMBtJH, U28. \ ' Couuty T«mhef \; lu- has beou ill convention week, in Oie 'Mm Baptist adjourned Friday at oo^f#E Institute 1b really a school of method* for teachers, which all teach- ers In rural schools, and nchools are required by the p Mate law to attend Teachers receive their stipulated salary while attending the Jttw, and they admire a lame Will be of greater iidvau- to Hie pupil# ultimately. than any week o# instruetkrti la eehooi., ; Upon liMiuiry, Prof. George Acton, idl County Superintendent. 8tate<$# t Uie session juat cioaed was notable in e muf ways, and was considered by : the teachers % general, to hare .been * « 0rt profitable institute erer held 1 • "" N TEACHERS' INSTITUTE PROVED SUCCESSFUL AFFAIR V KH. W. H. LANKPORD. Dr. H. T. lluaselinau of Daliaa, Ali- tor and lecturer on school subjects, lueted the Hlfh School section and daily on aubjecta of f ...

Publication Title: Sherman Daily Democrat
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