The Abilene Daily Reporter (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 33, No. 17, Ed. 1 Friday, January 9, 1920 Page: 4 of 8
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ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAY JANUARY 0 1920
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FRIDAY' JANUARY 0. 1020
WILSON AND Ml YAK1
President "Wilson In his jnosdage to
the Jackson Hay dinner crowd of lean
lug Democrats hold at Washington
City Thursday night urged that ratlfi-
cation of tho penco treaty and league
of nations bo made ah Issue In the
coming campaign for President.
Mr. Dryan who was present an 1
made an address declared that the
party cannot afford to mako the
league of nations an issue 111 the cam-
paign and urged the prompt ratifica-
tion of tho treaty with reasonable rea-
ervatlops as proposed by the Republi-
tooth inch are great thinkers anl
acknowledged loaders of public
thought. Howover wo bolluvo that
AIA Hryau haa conic nearer Interpre-
ting he jWlsh of tho majority of the
people pf thta country than Mr. AVjl-
koii. Tho President'; position would
more- clcarlyr' and certafnlyubrlng out
the sentinlent of the nation but thu
people Would" ' pay a largo price fo'
'It Kcems tq us -that It would be hot-
ter to have tho peace treaty ratlflel
son and to take our place In tho ac-
MvitlcH of tho league of nations than
to have a ncrap over the Sonatc'a ac-
tion on name. President Wlbion lion
always enjoyed a fight. Ho never
falls to accept a chullcnge anil to hlf
Trttnd that fa what the Republlcana
have thrown down Without lnOmut-
Jng what he will do In case the parjy
Jmakc the tre'aty art. Ih.iup. he urgW
.that action WvMg the leidcra na wolf
a. mo pilMUC III UUUiii on iu nunwi
ho would accept a third nomination
for tho Presidency
It haa boon a belief that r ar.oulU
find hoht to lay aside that no man
nhould ba olected President . for the
third term henco we don't mind say-
ing ut this time tliat it la our Judg
ment that the Democratic members cf
the Sonata will do their party a great
Service if thoy find an honorable way
.to get the peace treaty ratified an.i
thus remove tho only reason why Mr
Wilson whoulU accept a third term if
In case the party Hhould decide Jo
make the treaty an mmuo in tho coming
election U la pur belief thut oomc
other man und not Mr. Wilson ahould
lend the forcea aa the alandard boaroi
of Democracy. Mr Wilbon is the loud-
Jug citizen of the world. "Wo don t
'think he haa an equal but wo are nt
ro&dy to worship ut the nhrln of hu-
manity nor to run the risk of ereatlpg
q condition that would tend toward
-i; "resphctamm: prisoners"
1clsoners In Jail at ChieaKo Xoi
ftifimes other than ahargos of disloyal
ty against the government beat up
about one hundred reds and oUice
rudiouls the other day and when tjio
tjmjj camo for tho rods to appcac in
qcfurt most of them had black eyes.
tho iirlsont-rs who did the beating
talluit thombolvvs tho "rebpsctablo
lii'Isoners'' of the Jail and we ugr-M-
Yvllh theia in the distinction. Nobody
Is respectable who plots against the
Kuvrr.nient of the Lnltd Staten anl
tht boonor tho real citizens of tht
"country get lo tho point wherw tluit
fact Is empjiasized the berrtr it will b
for the nation
Disloyalty of any kind should be
fought as we would kill a den of rajttle
snakes aa a good man or woman pro-
tocjs his or her home if you please.
XothiiiE' is more eaered than our fr
Institutions and it la unthinkable that
. t v.wf ..to In tf. Tn!nfl ftf
- KCtiHrv i'-x r --w -- .
Ignorant people the Impression that
they are not getting a square ueai. .
"" " rr c;;u;pt-. &
to 'do something for hlmalf .no; his
family that dffered In the Uajtd
States. No najtjon is p well sovwb-
u iis thin country. Freedom of pech
tund liberty of atlon are amwag vht
"gireaUiiiSt.lKHuiops. but that fact itaMt;
luat fiive any re handed aaarcaxw
the" rbrht to plot tbe downfttil ltf tlM
HaUoa. It l a time when kwiin
kauUl be the Ubt of citiz4ihip
4?Efybou' ojomee to the itoit xejutatf
by Ihe C1IKP prlwiBers whoiliyi
ikiiilc their Hva f respectabhW."
m officUl boxk btoivmeiM o tB
fflBCfcI IWtuir ut vmt IHasa
akw Aery . clear Jr tbat we have lte.4
x KAMI oto yr M tbat our wwJufce
haiTeoie.wwii4.l a upUmdUi Kflfty. U
9 wtle4X mk tXtoi that t M 1
UViijat ) .a fr. sryi t
lut. if m i .ii.ks a ii- -. ' j
uciiai tu Utzut ja iH. w.p:y "C
Sandra The Jealous
BY JANK PHKLPft
Copyright Hit by Qeort Matthew Adame
SA.V0n.V8 WKDDINH KYK
Tho night beforo my wedding 1
Fat long at my window. I had read
of brides spending the early hour
of the iast night In tholr homes In
that way. Uut In tho stories It was
always moonlight and the scent of
flowers was in the Mr put it wns
awfully dark that night only a faint
vague light from a few pale atars Il-
lumined tho darkness accentuating
the gloom. Thcro was a raw cold
wind I finally fell asleep In my
chair. When I awoke I was shiver
Ing with cold. I crept hastily Into
bed nntT pulled the clothes oVer my
head for warmth. I mumbled a pray-
er and went Immediately to sleep. I
did not once think of my wedding
day. or of Kverett Graham tho man
I waa to marry.
My wedding dress was laid out on
the bed In tho "snaro" room as we
called the. guest chamber. Tho rest
of my nlmple trousseau waa packed
in tho new trunk father had given
mo. my Initials on tho end. "S. O."
Banilra Graham. It seemed so quedr
to have It done before I had any
right to the name.
Kvorett had urged mother not to
bother much nbout clothes ns he
would got me whatever t needed In
Now York tlut mpthcr had provid-
ed mo with a plentiful outfit of need
ful things and sovcral slmplo but
good drrsses. Mother wan dreadfully
proud and she told father when they
thought I wasn't around that she
didn't propoio to lot her daughter
go to any man without enough good
We weren't to have a large wed-
ding. Just a few of my friends nnu
relatives. Kverett said he hadn't
any relatives Jiving near and they
were only distant cousins at that
Ho would only ask a roupto of the
men In tho branch offlco In our town.
"You will moct my friends when
wo get settled" ho had said when I
demurred because ho would Invite no
one. He also objected to Hpndlns oht
invitations. "Wo will Hcnd announce-
ments after wc aro married and
glvo our home address. o write
your own friends Informal note. It
is citiito the thing to do. so don't
look to dlsanl'olnted." he had tweak-
ed my ear while ho talked. I wished
ho had kissed mo Instead.
Tho morning or my weuuins
...! fnntinir thiit Homnthlns wii-1
going to hnpnen. Then all sudde.ily
I realized that It wns my weddln! i
T. .. .... .. i . .t.M M..n I.. I -r.
nay mat oy m? nmv im-- -" ' -'
Br WaM. Masts
v'hun all ihi nations mad an-i
scrappy wuro plying sword and wloldr
Inc gun wo tnougiii we wumu
blltho and happy. If evw that fiere
War wer' done Vo'd ail get boa. m
our knitting with unlet mlnda an t
hearts sorene and when ai'rlvod th
tltno tov qulttlnir. we'd burn a llttl
gasoline. To old time ways In leuc-
returning. We'd soon forget tho field-
of goro und by tho lamp at ovenln
burJiIng. we'd dolvc again in helpfu
lore So far our hojies havo all boci
broken and ire has relgnod when
loe should dwell tho words of hatroi'
still uro spoken and still Ihe cruzci
disturbei-s yell. Hut now. metmnK
the clouds arc lireaklng. thb uqw year
bjils ua hope aKain; and protty soon
we'll all bo waking to peace op earth-
good will to mon AVo've hart enough
of wild emotions that shook ami jar-
red us to the soul gf olonuonco U
frothing oceans that bore us to ua
useful goal. So let us one and all de-
termine to bo as happy us we pan.
avoid vuln strife forget the Gorman
und each one help thu other reun.
Disraeli WH much troubled by lit
erary aspirants sending hltn their
; . .. . .
uooks to roan 'ino inrmuia no niJad lothts. "I ime homo Impro-ed
ll ill MLKIIUW .lllHlllb "J1 JW J.
or Madam I am mush objlgad for
jour book whloh I VUl Ipo no timet
jn reading.- SeloeteU.
Within Raiding India
HOMUAY. Doe. 20 Raidu Ijy a
iwcU of man-eating wolves are caus-
ing groat terror among the villager
of Herar on tho herder of Nizam
Recently seven persons were killed
und devoured while many others were.
-Aa ...I ...I 4. A .il 4 miiui ui M f '
uii.iuhcu uuv My"'n.'- i"hih
20 rupeiw is offered to overjrono wlw
kills a wolf.
the alty Other towns shew equal U-i
itauwfcs and there la evorj- reaflii t
t-xiiuet . litiwperous crop yur ftor
kr. . . .. i. ... ...w.. uuvc 'aniij Mutant inir yaasK
- "? sr.5-2S!. -? &5S -ft
UW9Um& SWmtW MV M iftf-
r -- i..inr.. -rsAJni.ii TTiar- nnirr"
guarautoe the future
. . I
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As we nay wigo
i .. . rwmX: 'ia Hm ofl.aueos 38 08 Istm tv$ a modem
Uicivi'is M KArM'U
'" boTHit I'd tEVOirtl? uk.
f ; )T p . r ' J i MF
1 should b "Mrs. Oralmm' lnstoml
of Sandra Cowrtnay. I Van lo tho
window and pulled up the blind. It
wftn n UTiiiilnrfnl mhrnlm ti
nii crisn and eold. and tha Mitn'talue of travel to tho attention oft
shone glorlbuily. I felt hoiipy. lhal
an was going to DC won with me s mane iy a competent amnoriiy.
" 'Happy Is tho bride- the sun I For a long tlnte !lorant and rtst-
shines on' even If she Is Ia2y!" It less persons in increasing numbers
was Uoso Ornndon'ft mocking voice havo been steadfastly recusing to pur-
8he caught mo In her nrtns and sue knowledge by means of travel
whirled me arotlnd the room uritlt.Thoy didn't want to become educated.
wo worn both breathless. "'Get Into
your ciotnop lozv bones. I've como
to havo breakfiut with Sandra Court-
We cried a little at the Idea of
Sandra Courtney's last breakfast butn4t found a -ay to overcome this
mine Were not unhappy tears. Wc prendlco against touring. It has
had a real Jolly bronkfiia ailho I H0ught out poironally atich )orens as
uuuHiii niuiiier wiihhb ner even no- h thought showed tho necessity Or tills
hind the coffee urn. Tho mornjiu? ft0rt of eulthatlon and put the atlrao-
Jtut dlsapprared. an noio snht. It in3 of a trip abroad up to thorn so
w-ent ho f jst At 'welve o clock fiver- 8iron Bu. twt ulmbst none" lifts been
on c ime it.- kcu me oeioro tnem
a'l. makia ie li'i-sh horribly and
giving Toii"oa and iJusler such wleli-
ed joy that I blushed again at their
Everett brough me the loveliest
?lrlng of penrK Not a loop string
neither were the pearls very largo
but of a wonderful color and brillian-
cy and perfectly matchod
"I om afraid you will spoil tho
child" mother said In her nulel
tons. Everett only laughed In a
way ho had and fastened thcnl about
"I wonder If they wore his first
wife's" Toadies Whispered to Hose
nod she told him to keep r)ulet and
not ay such things. Put I had over-
heard and It sort of spoiled mv
pleasure in my gift. Yet ns I looked
at the dainty absolutely new case
in which they came I felt sure Ever-
ett had bought them for me.
tt seemed to mo that I was hear-
ing many things that day Which
were not Intended for my ears.
"She has been petted alt her life
fnthor" it was mother talking und
I shamelessly listened. ''Mr. Gra-
ham ts a cold uudenionstiattvo man.
I l'eei nivclous about her."
"Oh. he'll be demonstrative enough
when thoy are alone. I bclicvo he
will make Sandra a good husband
lint myn of his age aren't apt to
such In jiubljovyou know."
Homouay this conversation made
me uneasy. Was Kvcrolt "cold" apil
wouldn't ho pet and lovo me? J
Oiould be almost nfraltl of n titan n
husband Who would
not bo loving
(owards me. -
Tomorrow' The wedding and Hon-
15 Years Ago
From tho flies olfc the Abilene Re-
WtorJuu. UltaPOJhJ --
I'hflni Vost waa Tn frorit C&Unhac
Tom Warren the big Merkrt mer-
chanti was doing tuiHlncw In Abllcn'-
For good dry wood and Ckjri.li.
gruss phono Will Fulwiler. at offle
of the J.tlo Water Comjsiny.
"Why can't It rain" Wi
G. y. UHI went to ISuird today. j)utcunt for until t vos nttrl that
aid." I urn not taklmr hi Jug ulonx
you may depend on that
Get rmdy to oonnact with the sew-
ers. A lateral will bo laid mi your
alley und you will then lae no ex-
cuse for koepInK your premises in an
Cant. lion P. Jon- County Com-
mleeloiier was in Monday und seem-
ed delighted with th prosie?ls ot
tin early t-oinpletlon of th- worn
for Abilene. The county has a prob
lem on Its hands at the tail in the
diHpoval nf Hcweiage which will he
solved with tltv compMton of the st-i-
airs. F. M. Morgan bus koih- to
Clydo to Sslt her uv.fr M. John
D. A. Wmttr and Howard Humph-
re have rturniM frm h trip of twt
or threi weeka to the plair. V met
M Winter aud askl iim wlait li
I LilUUihill Ml bSfV Ws1J -
il..nlw nf Ibal nminlmr u Mtllllinr
I w tj jnp j(
1th the Idee that our Und U chwan-
ur than U ch he had -out tHertV h
ronlliMl. "wnn w oomtmre tne au
viiHiagtst of nmrkei ad ihool faoll-1
HIVK. JT I'M ! ugpraBViuui.
tain tillnblp IhimI wUf at J and ?
per aero while any kltut is held 4it
?2S0 r mor."
Do You Know
Xfiat - ?
a'lut wattr ut tbo Daii ta U
UtlHk with hU a tMMly Hau4 sink ml
WUuIrs h'.ung ' b niamniii.
TUie' are waj-m-bieodfJ. UrmiU-J Air.
i - . . .
'IrsWrH Bt t KW TrU OUft IHW4
'rw ' '"" aw warm ma a inmt ujiicaen juu y
ttriiHm ti& fuiiSe f pH. IS tSTWWW XBUh.
lQ i A tiwIWH btfUUfcijK lit- Waiter Tl
b4wh btlelJi lb-
i &s .BaiBB
Innann liner fio.soo tons or more.
By Geo. McManus
HPKKAblMl TIIK MiNKl'lTS Or
from Kansas City rftor
Tlies personally wfoilitctwl excm
mil lrt niiKxIn ntiernted lit- tho co
emmeni testify to wbrtt rnm Horn
Ii llio inv nf hrlneinsr the tdlltiatlOnot
hiisB needing It when a serious effort
thfy didn't want to se the Voilci par-
UrtihrK- the tmrtK. tnov came from
They showed a derided preference to
rvmuln gnontnt and untiaveieu uut
tuS ltnttml Hint. mm nini.iit has at
hii . .uiui
The suceess of this see-llussla-flrsl
cAmualiSii hns been so grat mat it Is
now believed a whole feel of excur-
sion boats will bo reeded to oarrj the
next consignment of tourists.
We hope the Idta sort-ads. Wo bo
Hove if the government advertise
widely enough tho cordial naturo of
ItA Invitation to the unenlightened and
untravclod to come forward and get a
liberal education many Will avail
themselves nf It. Especially If pressed.
More especially If takon by tho neck
and thrown on shipboard.
Tho attractiveness of this sort of ed
ucation is that It Is as good for those
whoremaln here ns it IS for those
who go. Wc have In the United States
n good many people who. while they
tlo not themselves absolutely renuire
this particular process of education
arc greatly l"iieflttul by being rcllev-
th" IU':-" IJocttjr v.ns ajmursjetid
In tlite ltM f lf ft4riun l.lrinlB
yrAciiloy t find Jc tt suf ferias with
"j.-nothi i-y slitrl!'. nl'lcH h' ulil not
lne '1 " wmuow ngnui put in at
al! the witidoviH.
CrUVel HiekN went by the jtostof
fic this morning and bought some
uutniupiUon aa he hod started out on
a hunting; expedition foe the da)
inux'by pdtilpg lit dire perlt
A iiostmaSU-r gets the bbtme for a
whole lot of unaiiHHvrtMl ltts. when
lialf the timo h don't ev.a kno
whut.wi in them.
I Just a Little Fun I
Iledcctions on n Head
f.-xt His Hot
It was tV commercial room and
Hie conversation find turned on th
Wjilp of the powers of endurunoo
shown by men of tht iwt and pres-
ent. Dut'htK a lull in the conversation
ono young commerchil man said;
"Auv man. if he has the willpow
er cub endure. p.ijn or fntlgue I
knpw I nan."
Sllfsce for a moment ud an "old
tmnn of tlu road" replied.
"I'll hot you n sovereign you can't
hold your foot boot tn in a bueket
of hot water its long as I cn!"
The bet was taken and twn bucket
f hot water ww brought In. and a
kettle t boiling water to rahm the
tenUKraiure to the point qf endue-
ane. The nung one'n tucu began
to JMh. but the other called fpr more
I WTuU the uce is jour leg made Qf
mrr- yeueu m rrrwr uuuiienly taK-
tlDC bin foot from the bueket.
Oopk lr eark'" was the cool
' awl the oilier man feit that
He 1m4 Indeed lusi h'ttlected.
' BBicffl: Sl - .a-
UJI1VHVM IUU yilU UrUUUIU JHK VttS U.OOIU
Wftitflr Thrre vvasn't ui uruler-
ecust to that pie. sir. It was served on
a iiauer Plate. beleoted
5; if fj
UHiUM UWAMWAHI HE
to tim mn
V I M '
cc of tho company and Influence uf
those who do. Those who remain will
have a chance to acquire an education
by a more convenient prbecss. ff they
don't take that chance and begin to
show need for a visit to Russia they
can always bo accommodated. FrSm
now on boats wll be leaving frequent-
They may as well know In Europe
that domicile In this country Is a priv-
ilege involving certain obligations.
The first of these Is obedience to law
and government Falluro In this first
obligation Is sufficient evidence of a
purpose to Ignore all others and upon
hat evidence aliens will be shipped
back where they camo from without
further formality. Wc have been a
little lato adopting this policy but It
Is now accepted and In goqd working
order. Europe will be wise to take
Ami So It Goes
Exehanse! A sign In a certain
Mirk lit Mtrect cafeteria reads:
"Gentlemen will p!ca.o refrain
Another example of tho double
stnndard of morality. San Francisco
' ni '
No Vienna Workers
VIENNA Dee. 24 Although thefc
are about 00000 unemployed In the
city when the authorities ca'Jed for
workers to clean the streets from a
recent snow fall only nbout 100 appli-
cants responded. Investigators found
it was due to tho fact that the fabric
shoes worn by the people melt after
a few hours of working In slush.
i " i
German to Fl Ljut.
RERUN. Dee 2. New courts for
punishing illicit traders are about to
be established in Gcrmanv. As a
general rule they will be composed of
three judges nrtd two unpaid imgls-
trates or whom one will be a con-
mnner and the other a food dcilcr or
producer. Persons who export with-
out rovernmnt permission articles
which the Economic Minister holds
as necessary for life wilt bo punished
by those courts
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Report of the Condition of
The Farmers and Merchants
MihAbilGneat.the Close of Business December 31 1919
" "". RESOURCES " '
Loans and Discounts $11 82310. 15
liank.Buildingidrtwms '. 11 4()().(K)
Other tteal JSsfalc TSv 1.. 1 (if4-13.f5(i
United vStales BoncI.y& CcrLirN:ales. jh 060862.84
Other Jjrfnds . . . . .. 1 . 280254.1 4
FeckM'KesQKwanlcjfltock . .JHT 4500.00
Due frbm U.S.yTeas .1 . . ASy 4000.00 4
-r-t .... iij..11
m . .
UIlLt 111 VclUlLr. . . L .&- JIIiOeJ.U.
(Mrculatkfn 77T . . . TTT7 . 100000.00
DividerTds Unpaid . . . : ;... . ...... . 3930.00
Rediscounts x N 0 N E
Bills Pavable N O N E
Other Borrowed Moncv ..... N 0 K ' E
DEPOSITS: " f
United States 237250.00
Other Deposits 08407.27
State of Texas County of Taylor.
r ' I W. U. Keeble cashier of the above named bank
do solemnly swear that the above statement is true
to the best of my knowledge and belief.
W. R. KEEBLE Cashier
ANOTHER YANK ScJt?ADRON
TO AID THIS POLKS
IFMHEHO. dallein Del. 21. An
(other American $)r iuAdrn lt to be
tormru in conjunction wun um imi-
elUMko eqhadron to serve with tho
Polish army against the Holehevlkl
jiceordlng to Major Ccdrlc I-'auntleroy
commanding the Kosclusiko squad-
ron. The new squadron wilt be named
"PUIaskl." atttit thp Potoiti patriot
who fouRht and died In tlie American
colonies dnrlrtg ta Revolution. The
squadron will" form what "wilt be.
Known as the Poitsn-American nying
TOKIO. Dee 10. The Foreign Of-
fice hns sent tn agent lo Foorhow
to Investigate the seizure and destruc
tion by Chinese there of Japanese
goods in furtherance of tho Chinos
boycott A commissioner of the cnl-
neso ffovrrnmenl will nld In tlyprjolnt
Inl obligation. jjr
nAlM ... 11-
iircr al within
f Prickly Ash
or tho kidnevH
has provetl lis
per bottle Mr-
I noirf cr
Acideht hjfa Health
m t .1 V ..-v...
at m ix m: i j i iiirjv
- t r r i i
y LrD TO DEC 4 Jljbi jj WELL- (jfjp-
ItujccOoM Nugget ruuni
BRygfELJ Deo. 33.--A gOW top
get welglirnf nenfly U mttMm ms
nfsco'vertd recently In the Riv mine
In the Congo tho Minister of Colonics
ix im -m- - ' ' w- " --T - --
r xne lViaWTHl urn
Hay the JtepitWlin of
plb and fiy yKeep it
K .. j .. -ms
(JJegistered U. S Patent Office)
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The Abilene Daily Reporter (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 33, No. 17, Ed. 1 Friday, January 9, 1920, newspaper, January 9, 1920; Abilene, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth316259/m1/4/: accessed July 18, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Public Library.