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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 10 November 1920

W. -Ir" iigiiflfflafiilM **5/-TWi fSWvtM:. % KM • • :.' ■■ ■' • ■ **■/- :■ ' ■ • ,. • *■■. ; i . / ,.- & . m. ■ ■*• '■ i- iV .Mfc PHH j! .'. VOLUME XttX—NO. 92. SHERMAN, TEXAS, REPORT CHARGES WASTE f ..« jtafi Alleges Evidence of Graft Has Been Found in Purchase of Supplies And Repairing Ships « ' f / !JI >*icjia Dixpatc* ^ VJ , ' v' •:'•*•' /" f t i'Sl* ' - f Washington, Nov? 10.—Charged Hint that #lie action of the Shipping Board ha« resulted lu aii enormous waste of government funds are' contained in a report submitted to the How com- mittee on Shipping Board operationa. by two former employes of the l>onrd, A. 11. Fisher and J. F. Rlcliardaoii, who for more than a year have con* ducted an investigation for the com- mittee. The report, released for publica- tion today by the committee, of which Representative Walsh, Be- puhl'can. Massachusetts, is chairman, states that the investigators found evidence of graft in the purchase of Fupplles for repairing government o*bed s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 10 November 1920

t ' H i '* ; • * •• •,.•: 1 & * -i,-■ -y, y .*>•«'- r- ,/'->&■ - '••J " - -i 1® % •X.w< TEXAS. WEDNESDAY DEMOCRAT mmwmm pr«*w nt (lie prorerhiMl "Mtour wall" to the HdutiiweMicni attack. Several aec- oml strJnK Urn-men liav«- hnwn up well In practice ami may #tt. ehsuce to ..V* x mfM $: ^ HIGH PRICE FOR COFFEE MEET IN SHERMAN S8P«3!3 „JP, r:i '' AH®" in Sherman. citiiena will find eatl°«j no eml e of tlie flrat to will be a relay race from 00 block on South Trarl* ("tree Y. M. C. A. in which ward schools of part. This start* It "in sponsored by I department of the city k; -''WH j - a Fm4 iHi lege Pirates of' Oeorgetown, Which will be gin at 3:30 o'clock on Kldd Key «nme Is expected to the bigteat crowds that a locsl gridiron eo*- , «count of tb« e*ce««it record Austin College is making thin r and the strength of the vlsltlnt? '3™?SjK *«**« Country Clob hft* an- nounced a Rolf tournament for mem* rting on the elub llnfcg at o'clock Armistice pay after- noon, and n dl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 10 November 1920

*v|f W H! > ' fu HI PRAISES WQilET OF I Vi" : £v hi £3P$ Ifornla Newspaper •fHMkt In High* Ternw of Thiss Who RssHk •;j I in That' ti LEGION POST " SENDS CHALLENGE TO SHERMAN < Members of Charles It. Simmons l Japan Is a wonderful nation In a^' American Legion, of this city Irpry great many ways. It has accom- Jmo received a challenge from the fptod marvels. It has leaped forward < > 2? Grce,,ville #A?S!Sf at almost a single bouirtMato r*ront * ?** { «*"* place among/the world power*, bat J* 0tf^, ^ * £ j*** are convinced that the greatest ■* be played in Greenville after the about Japan is it* women. * tho re u,ar and women1 are, of• conrie, «|Srnnlng, 'ootlwll season. ijmt oar obwrvsMonl. tiwt the women SSSfV £? ,KJ a(^pt<Hl' pro~ of Japan arw-especially and ,wh° Z** fttl ,hu !? ijrly so. We *ee much of them here ■potwaiblMty of looking after the mat- in California, and w hare an oPPo^ter' <** whl« 41 rentable «**ven into tanlty to judge. } .!m To begin with, the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 10 November 1920

' O :&, IP >«w i?fW« S OF By JACK LAWTON aBBtejlK EarwJKSM'sk* £■ .,h . m :. *v ' V4i,,; V'". ;■ ■ 'r^ta T, ' "' .>fm ' •• : "•' " ■" ' ".V <: * r haartiarfdMMriarf tt* *■+•+ <►# frs mi. MPWWS SHERMAN DMT DEMOCRAT, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1920. m W.\ y> r-! i ' H fe m r\ &■ ra*' I fO INVESTIGATE. t • , , ' ^ This Is the statement of County Agent C. O. Morris regarding *h Fsrm Baresti. s branch of which I* to be organised in Sherman for Grayson County farmer* next Friday afternoon at the court house: "The Farm Bureau, while what new in name, is nothing leas than tm latest liitfjt . mosi dent farm*# organization known to date, and w<^ do not hfealtate to •ay that while ft Is probably not yet fls perfected that It is lieyortd ciiti. clsm, I do say that it 1* the best form of a farmers organisation yet known. ^ I Jp "It differs from ai farmer organisations sperts," continued Mr. while It Is purely a satlon. It; ha* no Tuie* or mmlatl orgtelsatloi, thai; financi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 10 November 1920

By ALV1N BARTLETT : ■ - 'i¥-, : V' '■ ■F\, . vSffi i t-iv1'" "t v' ■' ■ . iCTTTTl §« . LEE MOSS WOUNDED AND BILL STONE SURRENDERS TO Till*: OFFICERS. Lee Moos, 22 yearn of age. of Dor- cbeater, was brought to 8berman WVil nesday about noon and received treat- ment for gunshot wounds through the right shoulders and left hand, said to hare been inflicted with a 38 calibre piatoL Mom*' wounds are said to hare grown out of a shooting .scrape which occurred at Dorchester, in front of Himpaou's drug store, aliout 10:80 o'clock Wednesday morning, as a re- sult of which Dill Stone gave himself up to Sheriff Boyd Craig. Stone lives at Dorchester also aud is unmarried. Three shots were fired, the first golu wild. Albert Duke, a bystander, was struck in the foot by one of the bullets anfl a slight .flesh wound inflicted. f I Dr. Audrew Swafford, who attended Moss, said that his wounds were not serious and that he would be able to return home after having them dress- ed. Stone was taken hi cust...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 10 November 1920

mmmm ■MHQ& wM It -' .—v.. ■:itt-Vj.*...: .^ .^|,y ■Pi ifpf M ;-J * w W Bpwi^^snl ,-. :$wu y ' " '■' ' •• mmmmmrn ffiES-ifi •>rwm , TEXAS, TUESDAY, P'iilr',, • ;a,# [UN -*ify a ivapliiih Slorr Koblml. * — EllMAN DAILY DEMOCRAT -feu. (ESTABLISHED 1870.) , S Published Dally Except on Sttfiday. HHKRMAN, TEXAS, k%w m, -> THE 8QER1IAN D Weekly Democrat ■■■■I"-11 "■ "" T (INC.), PUBLISUER3. ONE NUMBERS.*......* * •red at the poHtofftca at Sheriniin, Toxaa, matter of the second cImhh According to tag ad of -i"1 .■♦Mil : ** i;'\;ipp4S «■■>'"'iit|i i ')1 <wt** —— -r 1*! 1879, AXV 1U. Ji \ . .. ... .... ■ I ■; "Constant Assault of Immigrants on English Language in America." L By ANATOLE FRANCE, New York Evening Post. if isl an in a 11 Umr 4, 1879. f 1 9SM '■^y- jj..1 ■••■ ^ Texu* und OPllioma: One |UBO. Beyond Texaa and Oklah ' ~ " **' |r T "1; One yea-, mm '•' ■ .I. , "VSk* In the case of America thero is one factor vbidi, interesting enough, seems to point both for and agains...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 10 November 1920

' V ii ++*****>+ [ 1 BUI FOR RENT-~Knttr* upstairs of my residence, t3l<> &. <Jr(M-k*tt. Hlx rooms, modern. J. W. llolaapple. n8-3tp TWO ftmnlslted rooms for rent*. Also one cook stove and ott* Heater. «© Grand Ave. uiMJtp FOR RENT—Uufurnlsbed rooms 1017 •®a*t u8-:stp FOR RENT— Two unfurnished rooms. 1818 N. Luclfett Attl Nkr shops. 'V-Vi. * nO-Itp TWO furnished rooms for light house- keeping 200 X. Montgomery I'tlpi 2,100. • 0 2tp FOR RENT—Rooms with all conven lances. First clans meals to Mmlted number. Couples and' gennemeri pre fVrrkl. 215 Wl Mulbe**/.. PboArf W- u- ; nB-fltp - - '*-■"'y "' tf' • FOR RENT—Two nldely furnished bedrooms. also garage. 523 South Travia-'ttt. ^ n5-«tp ' WANT TO RENT WANTED—Two furnished rooms for .light housekeeping. Must be /"lose in and everything furnished. B. C. Day cars Chambert-qf ftofciuietce. uD-lttp xi.-. + 4 W REAL ESTATE—OTY FOlt SALE—A five room house, §or. es Ave. autl,R<J«k apjg^^ftrijtodMh leniences. Also garage. W. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 10 November 1920

■•••■■■ "... '-■/ 1 - ; V'* * ''V > * .... • '.(• f-, " . < v# "' ■ \ ' 5'- • •• ^ •• • ■■.•■•)"• •■♦■V-'.-.-; ■'•' '1^' ,• . ,,,, ' ■< ' . * f <fc *<MM^ > \-^y-y^^wyy V % % % * % ir % % % % ♦♦♦♦ • v'v^vy Vw V*««' ww®2is " .-■ ■ ■ WHS*- vfi SHERMAN DAILY D tty.< kJ9Hl '■ $ s .v P #«fei i tesssi&ffi -wre v'?.' , te/;l «s ■' m If "r>! I ^MMHlttfiiH '•' • • ' . * L SIZES Reduced in wmM bULuram WANT TO HRNT—4 or .1 room house, with Ncwr connection*. Address B. at Hardwleke-Etter Oo. nl0-3tc FOB HALE—400 bushels |>ure Acola cotton need for planting; Jfli.no per bushel Hacked, f. o. b. Olarkavllle, Tei. F. M. Hmltii, Clarkavllle, Texan. i.ll-2tp w Hi" si IJk®.;' UM1. [$ . /, &'■ *v mm il|pi I •••' '". S ; fmi 'W m i< Decorate for Armistice Day • **XJ~ FOR SALE- Hargalu, midi or terjut: 1 Maxwell touring car: 1 Ford truck; t sulkv plow, also a few home*. A. L. Burton, plione 517. nl0-8te FOR RENT—Apartment, four room# ami hath ami garage. A. 15. May he...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 11 November 1920

W M ^ /,«i>r;lfl)tB#ffijU' ^; -tf^'<^ie.i-- i*aftiVjta .„ \j:%'w: ■--■i.'?^ J ■■' v ®r '• <* " ■✓-'■ ''"■' t'iv;'\ ?-:■ sSt i ' ;r|pi^ I ™s« v ^TSi -irfivS'wSB •.- £ *, otm'"' *'. ?®,,i •wfcfe' J4J.J' i : .'t PrVwy, Aliil i^'T'' •ftlrVi; ■ #? _ isive Services Were Held at First Baptist Church and Were Largely Attended First Baptist Church.Wax the scene of ai) lu pre«sive service Thursday morning at 11 o'clock, just two yearn alter the signing of the armistice which brought an eud to bloodshed on the Western front, when ex-service men of (Jru.vHon County gathered in tiniforni to do honor to the memory of imparted comrades. The church audi- torium watt filled to it* capacity' by Hheimati people gatherd to witness and take pari In the service# observ- ing it day w I deli has become establish- ed as one of the most significant of Am >iban holidays. Adults, children of tin* public schools, and uniformed c\ s tyIcc men took part In the pro- I'rani, wblc hls>guu just a few u...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 11 November 1920

5-' * X+♦ * V#V ' vVVUV *■ W$m**X5Q '^XXS^'^V'Vl^SXXiX ^ WW* : m,\ ksSs "j^"fSm'''SMi' *m ■$Mt WM ML - mwmWtw&L )m '' ' ' ,v. .4sBBB OTB«r,, m <•17* ^toShCS 'M ; S&wFa npffflK - , f *• ft$£t,ipr W«S ■ufMrwit ■« W II i * ?T S' ^ ** u. .' ,\ v/ mi ■ 'ip^'kf-v. %j;v ■■■'•' , i Ok-'?i -W.-t ~-« t ITT MUmi L Oft <W.^ 0 and UtB of the ■ mm y-Jtm® sSfo? ,^-CV ' .' ArwlHtlcr wn Austin ■i,x:f. WwMm 4 A V) Pal um -**r ^ of victory, they coiilt I ami tlM' Pi* of thMr trh By the time The Democrat Ih t rJrfH J^v« Jm*i> iifs lere wljl be a bunch of 0$Uege KtOdoutn at or what i« more prob Hjaerlnjf mob of Austin m^n will. 1k> j yjouH- of Bbermau with their L.of the pirate*' confkleii'.o cited la Ibe extract from letter: h will hM|V3 Georgetown with their f B loaded for 'The Mi la now in fona.^i Their schedule up been a hard nue. hue th'ty handicapped by any Injur leu - *— flavor £ **' " •«' flud the defeat wm JWAIK RO- IN A FIN- >, ;> i. m«t;<^icM ermined bant ifrrtwtr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 11 November 1920

IIP Eli HIM Ill Hit ■§5H| w iTLE *V Ki I m ■ V S'hac SAYS HE WILL DEFEND TITLE OF MIDDLEWEIGHT CHAM- PION OF THE WORLD. >.' follow . "Sherman. l>xns, Nov. 10. "SportliiR Kditor, Hhrrman Democrat. "Sherman, Texas, Y;., rl-Yr;V|% -Pear. Sir: 1 **1P Ijemocrat Moatla.v after- noon wan a challeu#* from Homer Sheridan In behalf of Henry Karhnn- aaarl, who xeeios to think he has fa better olalni to the ptfcldlewelKht title "I am ready to defend my title agralnst all worthy opponents and would be glad to wrestfe Mr. Karhiui- saart-at any time my brother will let me wrestle. He does not want me to wrestle during the wlutfer, as he fears m return of the 'flu,' hat I am ready any time he will let ltne meet Mr. Karhuusaarl or middleweight. any other top notch ♦THAI) iKK'KOUT." Volley Ball Championship. The volley hall championship of the city T. M. C. A. will he fought out in fl*e fast games In the Y gym Friday evening, at 7'Jtt) o'clock between teams from the Senilor gymnasium class and ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 11 November 1920

■■ fi-*-. tr t-4*&.Z ~ A.* r ii .£. ju .jb.<t *.. * 'i? -3i\«; in? wm&Wi iw$fc?< ' M\fW* mlSIR IMmli >!;rw%. .V', v;' m LV8 BEST EDITORIAL. FrtdAjr been put the re- jmfe $mm It merits sa „*rr Which County Morris, t£$f& Plnn. It in ef the m who has a majority oi (Ration, Put Your Money In the Bank. lu Dalian recently, Theodore II. Jfrlce, addressing the Lion* flub, proved liln assertion that then* wan too much money Mng held In the of the people which ought to the tanks. hy asking etery man to count the money In hia peek' announce the amount. The re- MUlt showed that tlie ninety persons bad more than $2,000 In their -Mr. Price very prop<Tly that, in times like i the*e when there 1m nee«loievery cent of ex- tra credit, the average man should not require more than $5 poi-Jtet money to meet any contingency. While Mr. Prlee'a Illustration waa striking, it did not half demooptfate tlte real situation. > The November statement of money In circulation In the l?i(f...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 11 November 1920

Jar£; [ - ^H®iPS8 i i RBNT-r-8 room furled house Travis. Phone «5«Sii8^p wA VOR RKNT—Furnished apartment of two rooms and Ufcbenette. \ Modem, close In. Phono 365. ' ^ nl0-3tp Ji, ** i I'j.uj' 4 " . i' "" i1" ') WW*«IWr—Nicely furni cdi Montgomery. ;& . nl0-3tp Ef2?£.*i? 'wrri? K4MH K ?e FUlls RKNT- Apartment, lour rouniH and hat 11 and pi rage. A. B. Maylicw, phone fiOj. ,.w^; 'Zy TWO furnished rooms for rent. Also ri,. " on© cook atove and one heater. 809 ^ Grand Ave. f nlMHp FOR BENT—Two unfurnished rooms. j j3 1318 N. Luckett Are. Near shops. • ' y.. nO-itp FOE RENT—Rooma with all conven- iences. First class meals to limited number. Couples and gentlemen pre- ferred. 215 W. Mulberry. Photo 741. n5-Ctp FOR RENT—Twff nicely furnished bedrooms, also garage. 528 South Travis St /vV n5-{Jtp REAL ESTATE—CITY FOR SALE—3 room house, water and gas.- See owner, corner (Moral and tirlbble Ave. nlO-Glp FOR SALE OR TRADE—7 room house, all conveniences, east front; lot 00x150. 114 N Grand...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 11 November 1920

mwm m m kT, STOCK INDUSTRY HAVE ASSISTANCE Hi ; i-J I kUlar llpa I ifi * ■■ ■ >1 i)l i>atcbJ #Z^;/jKgS|^;3^3 Topeka, Kan*., Nov. 11—-J. II. Mercer, Kansas state live toek commissioner and secretary of Hie Kausaa Live Stock Association, tarn Jnst made puh- (U- a letter addressed to Federal He- nerve IJank officers uud official* of oth- er bank*, asserting tliat the live stock COATS MenS^women Children. SHOES, | **« BOWS fBSL*: JMBRELLAS. f'S SETStZ . * . '*:JP and Book Satchel. * vr Blankets and Bed Comforts—an immense stock ; at. B'flBSUrafeK mm Buy them when you need them now. y m lapse and urging them to meet with producers and packers to couahler means of stabilising the Industry, An- nouncement that he had sent aueh h letter was made by Mr Mereer. f The live stock commissioner statw ,hat If favorable replies were receive* he would Issue a cull for a conference in Kansas City 6r Chicago. I If the live stock Industry should col lapse, he aaid, It would "take a lot o! 'other ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 12 November 1920

HI Jii, ■ 1 I „ HjP| t" ' ' . MM ik nl; '■Iwfe- VOLUME XXXX.-NO. 94. SHERMAN, TEXAS, FRIDAY, 12, 1121.—EIGHT PAGES. -UU. HUNfiER STRIKERS i'1 ALIVE ON 94TH DAY Bishop Calahan of Cork Asks That the Strike Be Called Off—Further Ef- forts a Waste —(s> I HINLKK STRIKE CALLKD OFF. | Cork, >*ov. 12—The hunger strike of I lie nine Irish persons In Cork jail was called.off today, tlie ninety-fourth day of the Kit ike. , (8* W& AfxooUtt'd I'reRH Dispatch 1 Cork, Nov. 12—The condition of the nine lilah hunger .strikers in the Cork jail is reported to lie "shockingly low" on this, the ninety-fourth day of their hunger strike. Hlshop Cahalan of Cork stated in u letter made public In whleh tie suggests that the strike In* culled off immediately and if so that he still thinks It possible to nurse the j men haek to health. He said that by the death of Lord Miyor MaeHwlney proved to the Na- li'.n good value for his life, but the continuance of the present strike is only a waste. seaplane ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 12 November 1920

qW, . mm w « liKMMll I Wilson made one of hi* rt kick-offs. which carried Iwck by wind fell Into the hhnds of the yJHBn, W&MFw-' ' 'f. +<* *i *Ji 1/tP 'V.' ** ''ty *' "■' '. ;*?•&/$ J?®*# '' . . . mif . • i BraWr.. awl In CoII-^ge Kangaroos de- i western University Kidd-Key ; Pirk field m one of the Rrestest n on a Texas gridiron, of 28 to . the local team outplay^ the visitors in im features, and except for the muddy field would hare probably piled up a la>vef,|emu. .-,.®to' Pirates makes the Kanf&roo* on* of the leading contenders for the T. I. A. A. championship. , If jfayi or de- feats T. C. T>. Saturday—and In all probability the Bears will ,«Moe oft winners—Auptin will he the logical bolder of th" title, as no one here is seriously doubting the outcome of the Thanksgiving Day game with the Large Crowd Saw Oamc. A large 6fowd, perhaps one of the largest that(ever witnessed a football match in Sherman, saw the game. Tbt* condition of the field had been im- p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 12 November 1920

mm •Si-MV W'<W®J' ". 1 • ■■'■■" •*.«•::. -Tfc- •-•••• «►•••• A .37S wwSSKW BrRSgra JSro<$M^-'■' ■•- *Wt:jmpSPr' .V- ':.>- WmV, ^W-'^'SSi^/OTv l .viV. - Wk-'^w-?/ / #1 SIr:; f% . ••" u\r 7 i ?%, • ,!• ,i_i 'aflPHNfc- v;j: t^ShHHr' |5?)C*'«, 'V^,^.4y'^.''.'j'-'i:\'&'. •/.'•/* ' ' ''' '•■ 'M ' V.#y ■ •, . • ,,v 1 • • X... 1 '':':v;';.;;?->..,,!'...,' ■ V'■ •%';* KSV J' *,' «r.*;' y •. •• '•,••• i'§;?:Otj ' fc ', n $ > ; 'V, I ft Myii ■ DEAF OF MERCY. -—*—- «s! "The HI Indues* of Youth.4' which will Is* Keen at tho Washington theatre f r a two day*' run, starting Monday, Is a iu>w Htyie picture In every par- ticular, It is announced. . Its theme touches upon virtually all the elcm-nt* that Kent-rally are used Idivldiially In the Hclecfiou ot stories fur pictorial purposes. Above everything else, ft M said to be a modern society drama, with a so-1 clety «lrl and a love j>tQl'y «s Hji IkihIh. 1 but It alw touehes upon (lie mystery! of the .mountains, and, -in addi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 12 November 1920

v- W,'Ifeft /-SlV.j .% %■ i miii Eisil tttttt v.".vv>.r, ^ - 4m^$S • - -.,; p;: . ^ .. ,c 'j .,: ■ ■ i '.': S1S8 xxszx rimi: — SOCIETY -" *• if#.., -r+rrxr&r 1 • i WaQi^ Mra. P. a Keith presided over this eek'a meeting of tbe Shakespeare dob, thr first period of which was devoted to the election of a delegate to the State Federation which will convene in flan Antonio in November Mrs. W. H. I4eas was chosen to rep- resent the club and accepted service. The general topic of tbe lesson re- lated to ttiiugft and (conditions com- j ' temporaneous with ^Shakespeare ami «u ably directed bf * ft „ The evening number was a «#fendi<i ' paper b/ Mrs. P. 0. Keith, which wan , v a survey of Mlirfous and political conditions that marked : fchakfispenre's time. An i«keUh>: ot Shakespeare's predecessors was pre- by Mr«. X JP; Evnns, ami In her absent It wb road by Mrs. C. G Binkley. With "The Elizabethan Stage" for an ^inspiration every member Joined In the round, table discussion of t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 12 November 1920

Ti Ffflm mwSbmmm BtNISON UNVEILS MONUMENT TO THE WORLD m HEMES EBESffl MM WSKBa, *te m Ik wM K w:M BnflH I fc Nh •w- 1#4 If I ♦ «• I ■ •■' .■; Denlson, Texas, Nor. 12—Nature mailed its approval yesterday morning on the unveiling of the cippus erected by the Civic League in memory of the heroes from Denison who gave their lives in the world war. The unveiling was a part of Iienlson's celebration of Armistice Day and was its chief event. As the shaft of marble with its list of our boys was unbared to the eyes of many hundreds who witnessed the scene, a hush fell upon all. Head* un- bared instinctively. Hearts were heavy and tears fell from eyes of many. It was little enough that Denisonlans could do to memorialise their lives. The ceremony followed immediately after the parade and carg goiug di rectly to Fairview cemetery at 10 a. m. Arriving at the cemetery, liev. J. B. Morris acted ns master of ceremonies. Rev. C. W. Ilea rod, pastor of Waple# Memorial Church, was introduced and mad...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 12 November 1920

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Publication Title: Sherman Daily Democrat
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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