The Abilene Daily Reporter (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 19, No. 39, Ed. 1 Tuesday, April 20, 1915 Page: 2 of 8
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Jjggjgjjl pta- ' ' 'ear m." f' 4 a-F"MML"MIfB3M""" '" "
iGERMAnr IS III
AND HER POSITION
AXHItlCAX HAMiKK AT I.OMMJX
DKrUHKH STARVATION UU
1MIMTS AXE feIIItOOt'S.
MOULD 10 UXO SHE'S NOT
niEATi'iii: of NX stiifc
SURE OF FINAL VICTORY
CRUSADE 18 WORLD-WIDE
Too Busy To
That te your trouble. You ore simply too busy
iMAKlNU money to have time to think nbout SAV-
Stop right how titul mnkrt n fihv figures. How
much better oEf ntv you now than you wore this
time Inst year? Jf you huve made $1000.00 and
spent $1000.00 do you figttro that you haVu made
much progress? .-
The only way for yon to really get the SAVING
II A II IT is to begin now and save something every
The man who is valuable to himself his bank his
country in general is the one who makes cvdry
wrok every month and every year" put him ahead.
Wo have a plan to help you get ahead. Ask us
The First State Bank
and Trust Co.
'At t'rrscnt Xo (crninu U Ciipabtc of
Ktpii Dreaming of I'fWlbilllj-
Of Defeat" nml Etcrytliljg
LONDON April 20. (Cor.'cspoml
enco of The Associated Press.) Ati
American banker who lina just return
ed from Berlin talked with a party of
English newspapermen on his arrival
In tendon. Ho gave them rnther a
different idea of the state of affairs In
Ilcrlln than that conveyed by most of
tho English newspaper comment lie
"Yon English Bhouhl not bo deceive
by nowsprtper statements reaching yon
OrgnnlzittluiL. Formed In l'nrfs (o lie
futc ( linrtfcs Jf ndc lj Hermans
Concerning (he Women
11Y 11ENHY 1)001).
(Written for the United Pros
I'AUIS April l).-(l)y Mail to Ntw
York.) YW world Is to know at least
that tho French women ut toda is not
a mere creature of 'pleasure of co-
quottery and perdition."
This ii tho decision Just taken by a
committee composed of the leading
women of France. Amongst Its mem-
bers nre .Madame Raymond Palmare
wife Of the president; Madame Al
f-m nrln rrtnllnnnlnl nolnt. I ll PllOnSO OAUdct Wifi Of HlO BlCat Wrtt-
j effect that Germany Is on the brink or ?ri- Madame Hetio Vivlntit. wifo of tlit
Btarvntioit. 1 liaVo JiibI closed mv ' ' '" "mai" '"" "en.-u.Kw
iiotiso In tho fashionable residential J"0 ' Minister of Foreign Af-
part of Berlin. My household budget J M FTno b ?ninmrl0'?'
was not more than twenty-flve per wfo f great French astronomeV
cent l.lgher on March 10 than !t was "dM Wctor Augagneur wife o Hi.
n yenr ago. Various staplo articles Minister of Marine; Madame Juiette
of food cost more-ns they do In Lo..- Arnrr.SCn.frVnKrCiUn"
don-btit hardly one Is beyond the lf 0r?"'"xr "uchc38 0l Licb
reach of th ordinary mlddle-class d ' '' fr" 1re who" ameB arc
householder or oven of the humbler T"?J nt- ... .. ..
classrs. Everybody must hnvo a bread . . . " .;' ." "
K.i..1 . i.. t- K.. f " "'I-' fiuu tviiuiunuii ui mu riniui
fclinvi tlliu iiivu- ir nil niiuiuiKU w.
Tlio flro whlstlo reminds us almost dallv of Ihr mimnrnun flrrn nml
- . r r...- .. ...'. .-. . . ..
liiuui uiuuuui uk lust) iuuiu Mi" ue me uci nre. i-TOicci yourscu
by having -no insure you la a strong old lino coiiHBy that Is time
tried and itro tested.
J. L. McDAVID
1ST STATE BANK BLDQ.
CHAS. MOTZ Sr.
Fire Tornado Plate Glass Personal Accident.
'Phone No. 1190.
25 PER CENT OFF ON ALL MATTRESS
WORK THIS WEEK ONLY.
Price's Mattress Factory
263 CHESTNUT ST. Phone 416.
THE ABILENE FIRE DEPARTMENT
Is alright but don't lfifiul on tln'iii ultou'cthor.
4 VitVu-y Hi ciii oi' my old lint- btruug I'uiiipuiiivs will iiiuki
vmh purftctlx hh; Uou't ki Uu- having of yours Ik flestrovwl
hyttrt in u few iiiimtlei.
Foj tho ilivijutuB uf yqm InIjws jmlpiuMit mul nttoiul
to tlur inattii- now 1'lione 10is nml I'll ttsll von how uhynnh
it uau Jio dojip ' '
If you lime a lioue to lutit or want to riit u liouuf suo met
IIoitseH to boll oil t-u6y tt'llus.
A. B. Jones
REAL ESTATE INSURANCE AND RENTALS.
hrcrtil. My family of four and tvre
women la to bo begun at once. Tlif
world at large is to be taught that hIu
uciiciH iur inu wtiK mo lumio-iiuur h..ii n... ...i-..i ..i...... .. ...
present wur uro to bo taught to luve
'STAR A Good Thing To Pass Along
Men Who Chew Are Men Who DO
AMERICANS are large users of expfcsivesbut instead
uLXof employing them to destroy we usetcVn to improve.
The men engaged in the manufactuifc'of xplosives are
clear-minded and steel-nerved. Qr cotise. thev can t
smoke but they want theskce otobaco while at work.
Most of them chewSTAC y
and tind the last chew as good
VoilMI firifl thnt tlio MuVl? STAR nluW o1
the mellow long-lasting chejing lcCft th
dry out hko a thtn plug and tnat yy
a full 16 ounc pound.
The demand is so great that S1
the dealers' shelves.
bread Is only BligH'tlv less palatable'
ui . i uiw oiu-umu neuron ' land respect her. For the crusadt is
"At present no Gorman Is cnpaMo tt d h r
evon of drcnmliiK of tho posslhllliy WIlh thcIr lU8bani8. brotllM8
ii i ' i . 4 . i 'fathers and sons dying In tho trenclms
"1 find also a vaBt amount of fool- r ..i ... (. .... i?...
ish m Isapprehcns ion In England about dcClare h h b t t
ImluBtrlnl conditions In acrmany uck hy r tha impression spread
Trade does not seem to mo to have lbroa( th t u n unworUl of Uic
been ma er ally dislocated. The shops men 0 nro thm b t
appear to hayo tholr regular flojn- of Francc This mroOII tll0yb du.
cuatomers The coffee houses the claro l8 nothing less than a part of tho
restaurnnts. the theatres the concert campaign which Germany has carried
halls the picture palaces and o her on tll( world ovor to "the detriment of
establishment dependent on nuM.r Krance. Especially they Insist the
fntronago seem tfbe doing as woll Germans sought everywhere lo Instill
as eight months ng-o. Th coffee hous- the ldca3 tIlal the Frenoh wmnan ot
cb which have cabarets are always today" Is a mcro "being of lightness '
crammed. .n.i ni.ni I
'It Is generally understood Ncre tlm j support of thpse clmrgts ngainst
Germany Is at the moment short of ie Germans tho womon of the com-
nrilsnn labor Unemployment Is nl- mntco havo elected a vast quantity of n
moHt nou-existent. Wages aro high literature dlffuesod they Insist bv Ucr- i wnri imrTffit
a sKiiion man wuo used to get only many In nil parts of the world. ya: "Kugenlcs lsMieccasarv
1 or $1.2." a davcan now earn S2.50 o...n..inu u..i.ui.i!. .... Tr.?. r"Be5"ca. "tilSSC8saiy
or 3. Evcrythingfconnqctcd wltJi the respondents pnutplilctB writers and u0 Amtrlcdn iM
... w. ............... ... ... . uvcu iiitviiii; turicaiiijiiuuucu are a Jfood This !
most capacity dav and night Sundays row of tlio moans which they lnlifini ulllntr irir
v;.v"r;r.''":"rr.:."Tr ...:' uu iua"j " oiip"e" w im tm- to o.naui.
'"""" " "i'""h u '; luiiDii- a counierorguniziiuou not to thiiiisiiniia
... .. ..Uu.iuv huuiu .raciui.uiy uiauKon mo cuuracicr oi iko uermanv. iinm'a v-
Imnnrln.l ln ".-... r. .... ..... .. . ... . . . . . IHIIIJ Vt
........... u low umij. uui 10 iuuko uie wona kuow nun love .)ie rtn
"A German friend of mine who used the foal character of Uu- French wo- L .....I
o make furnlturo and found his bus- man is what the committee plans. Ah he.illliv ...n.
Intu tempornrily shelved by the war jet It lma not jnado public what will hiJ ;.:... u "l
is now maKing nnrapnet employing bo its method of campaigning but It I . thai
women anil nlris In iiIhoo of thr. men lm. ..umlillalimi .nr...ni.n... iv.....t..... t ' .?" I"ul
who hao gone to tho front. tors and Invited not only tho women
'It Is also wrong to conclude as I of France but French women In
stays long on
LEADING BRAND OF THE WORLD
uvory country In tho world to Join la
AT GO SIZES WIFK. 70.
sometimCH read In tho 1-Tncllsh news
papers that Germany Is so near tht
drj'gs of her resource that boys of
fifteen are being dragooned Into the
army Nothing 6f tho sort. A Ger-j
man lad of my ncnunlntanco n flnb'
athletic fellow of p'irlipen has not!
been summoned. nUbia. - ' Is ready . ..... ... ...
t0.Mnh"i!oroTS tJIm. JS MTII Hirln
the o Sno StJtVrtE that rGerr: 5J" Sgi?! u"
." '. ;; ''..;-'" .".. Emma .MucEvoy. 70. He charguB hl
ies of the day. The soldiers are
ordered to shoot anyone who comes
within 20 yards ot tho barbed wire.
Vfltllltlt tl1IV H'lDu ffnm ttnifl. .
urtfl1 -.....b (uo "wilt iwi ill Vl
UUtV Kntifli flmf lit trtx Alunn.. t.f Utflt.
t.llmn 1 --"- u U1 4ldUV.U 4 AjlTlli.
.iiiuuuu eriand. From 8 a. ui. to 5 p. m how-
ff tJi " ow' 1ooa trom Swltzurhlntl may bo
L.. I 1I1K- .lillllltfliil ll.fr. Aluwn 'I'll.. UI....lnu
md that nlm- .nun innnai. wtn '.. ..i. ... .t.
iinu iitaruH bnrhoil tlrn tionroMt Hi. Rwln. hnnl.ir
n to a normal iui1(. iiirn Koni it mi i... (..... i nn
Ollld CaUBO many nnrnllil fonr nml illnlrlhiitn II In il.n
c riey suaer to ulsan- (.1ni.i. Afm.u . i
nttmrlir.n.1 ...I..I. I.- . .. """" """"'I'1" v" DUubtiv.
w""1"' ill m ilk UV" liilmpi. ninuu . rk
come the Joy of tholr lives. adv Ucatl7
yukrac. The jffcr-
rvis Mini ror Lather.
'w beVtrurl bujfif
rif passinK froin
wi'C vjbuul ufTy
Jolt unon lAmi.i
fdrv irohi rufila
wife deserted him three years ago. af-
money. The nlentlfulness of monoy
i T .Vi .? b" L?e!: ter vIB together happily fur tho
"pientlfull? In "clmilatlon to papier last loriy'1
currency of value as low bb 23 cents '"" -
flowing from tho imperial treasury fEE hook e. stow
jjho waier i r-.-n ir ff nf isa
"The Hermann In .mv lmlemfl.it I -i .! u;'M?yr ' I9A
fi. .... c.
my judgment1 n .. in n r.... J .7 i.;
thanks to farslghted jirecautionary; publuhcu a gaide to licJtlifin lu Ji he
ciaauu ur ' JCiit
HAXWLKS IM'i t'AStb.
LQ.NIKJ.V April 20. The Auiorlcaa
Womea'H War Hospital at I'algnton
South Devon England reports thdt
durinic its firbt six months work It
-i .i r . t. ivhr. jij .... i o'mmous ana r treu
L jrf4. jLjif.s .ifSJ v-i nu
oaly 3 or oaly 0 per cent
tall tk report adds that the uuniber
et gunplwt wounded treated was 22C
ftkrapuel sad uttel) nounds 2uS. frac-
tures 115 frostbites loJ The thigh
was the part of the body most fre-
quently Injured There were only
three bayonet wountieI found among
the more thm a thousand cases
' The surKon-!u-chief at tho hospj.
tat fa l)r. Upward W. Deal of Wor-
cester JlaKb. while the staff also In-
cludes Dr. Ilobort W. Hinds of Bute
rajo n. V; Dr. W. Q. Grumjey of
Hochoater. 31 Inn; Dr. W Jf. Fit?
measures ana natural frugality can
never bo starved Into surrender. They
can bo Inconvenienced they are now
but that is a different thing."
era of Millersbui
Pr E L. ig
nen you mefmyrm
your meat phWeXay rj
v fc ki wj5
itourtit bU Daily. metou mdgJOxMM
t to 15 Switor J I
! and U
k M and it
extra vtvd -50u
St asd Chestnut iits.
ARE OF GREAT STRENGTH
BEKLl.V Anrll J9. (Coraauoud
enco of the Associated Presi )A Ucr-
ujan officer of high ran. In a letter
written from Constantinople on Marih
H ia emphasis upon the great
strength of the Dardanelles defeubes.
"Our enemies have buffered two dis-
appointments. The first wus tho ef-
fect which burprihttd even ourselvu
-of" the lulddte antf Jtght arttHcry
against armored thlps. The 'second
vsih the good shooting of the TurkMi
artillery. This latter has no doubt
been put down by the English to Ger-
man gunners but the Turkish boJdier.
with his wonderful calm. U well Uapt-
id for artillery worl if oaly he Is
given some practice and jf there if
i-roper i-oatroj of fire
"Tho ueuvy Turkish battertei. hayo
thus far been very bilent. and their
uuie Is still to :o;e. Hmerou8 hju-
show Iwvv he cured himj
relief to thousand oil
from constipation bih(li.
tton and nitCirfiijrvtroiljlJ
ii I rruch liaalms (lis 1
rarely neefover th'
will be miled free
uf. uuc tJs togt
by McLejiorcJjUass fj
SWIT.Kltia.Ml IS MMV
SKi'AKATCII PK03I Al.bVt 1..
STUASSIll'IlG. April 20 tCorns-
iwndemi of tho Associated Press.)
Tho moit rigid stops have been tak n
to separate neutral Switzerland from
I'ppor AUaco. Along the hordt-r in
tween tin- two two lint- of birbi-d
lr fojiUnK have been built con-
stantly patrolled by soldiors with or-
ders t.o shoot penons attempting to
The two frnc-ps. both ot wluu of
course art on Alsatiaji terrltm. en-
clone a io- ailed "neutral" stri of
land into which only a limited mini-
l er of persons wki the proper as.
uio aJlowil to enter at sp rifled
uy tnc i nitoiurrcsb.
OKLAHOMA C1TV. OUla . April Jiv
A lo0 mile race with scvoxal ua
tlonal tar untied was the feature ot
n inotorocliHts im.et here today li
couiKction uiUi ihu tib biailon of tin
punishable with twcuty-sUtli anutverbjry of tin
loiHiiios ot (Ji.iiil.o'u.1 Itrruor. .
-half tHe wf)v!(
If r;ce ;1
coated Mt (;lnc
I "ttt 1
glucose no talc
SuWJ RJct Miffijf C(
ono (ifMlar. n N
una Sou won t
s on nee
.veil known to most house-
rtant to sirv rice that is not
talc tuo htates prohibit tlio
et nee "Unkotea" contains
carton UPt'iuthml by human h.indj.
r Jt tb uilvcrtlxernent to remind you.
redllC It r lltrilonthcc-irtiniW.i- xrnnr
d urg- ij' to buy jour next jiackage.
Comet Natural Crown fun.
Be urs toatk your grocer."
" Vmmty mi qU0"! y0J CMt of rULL na" fa U longest o!1
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The Abilene Daily Reporter (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 19, No. 39, Ed. 1 Tuesday, April 20, 1915, newspaper, April 20, 1915; Abilene, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth316222/m1/2/: accessed June 17, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Public Library.