The Abilene Daily Reporter (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 19, No. 226, Ed. 1 Tuesday, November 23, 1915 Page: 1 of 8
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ABILENE TEXAS TUESDAY NOVEMBER 23 1915.
SANDEFER SAYS "I'VE PUNTED
MY LIFE IN SIMMONS COtilGE"
bii i m
British War Council Goes to Paris
(BRITISH ItHY GREECE BlOCKADf
Cites Unanswerable Arguments to
show that Abilene should contrib-
ute to building of new Dormito-
ry for Girls at Simmons.
Tho following most Interesting lti
ton lew was given by President J. D.
Snndefor ot Simmons College Tues-
day nt tho truest of tho Abilene
Daily Itcportcr and Abilene Reportcr-
Nowb: "At tho opening of SlmtnonB Col-
lego In September Col J. H. Parra-
more nnnounced publicly a gift ot
?' 0000 for tho erection of a now girl's
Imll nt Simmons College provided a
sum of $30000 could be raised In Ab-
ilene. The $30000 must bo raised
within six months from tho time the
proposition was made. Col. Merchant
Immediately responded with $3000.
Ono Cther friend proposed to glvo $2.
000. .Thus $10000 of tho $40000 Is
provided for through threo citizens of
Abilene. The amount therefore to be
yet raised te $25000.
"A number of representative busl-
nnua mint RtlBBOHted to IIlO CUrly In UlC
fall that tho amount could be much
more readily raised by our waiting un-
til tho last of November or the first
of December before Undertaking the
proposition. This time has come. 1
confidently believe that 'tho property
owners and buslnesB men goncrnlly
of Abllcno will glvo this matter their
moa Berious concern and economic
support. By so doing It will be enoy
to tako arc of this proposition and
no ono be seriously cmbnrrassed.
"Permit me to say that between
thirty and forty girls have had to be
nlaccd In private homeo tills fall. Wo
Uot Bomo outright because they could
not bo provided for In one of our dor-
mitories. We havo some on the wait
Ing list now to ontor with us nt the
earliest practicable tlmo that they can
get room in our Hall. If therefore
we are to grow anymore accommoda-
tions must bo provWkdto take enro of
this overflow of ajtudentf. owirlendB
in the City have no Idea how earnest-
ly we havo labored to handle this con-
gestion and to savo thcrfe students to
tho Cotlego and to Abilene.
I desire to call tho attention of the
public to a fact that I bollovo It will
appreciate. So far as I have been able
to ascertain practically everyone of
our larger Institutions in Texas buys
thousands of dollars worth of groce-
ries In bulk from large centers llko
Philadelphia and Chicago. I have made
considerable Investigation and find
this to bd unirormly true. The man-
agement of each of our halls pur-
chases practically everything neces-
sary for their maintenance from our
local business men. This mean hat
thousands of dollars are going Into
Ablleno yearly for tho support of our
retail merchants. It seems to me
therefore that In Justice to an Inter-
est that is manifestly for the upbuild-
ing of Ablleno that every merchant
and property owner cannot but assume
an attitude of helpfulness toward this
position. In view of the fact that
it has become generally known over
tho wejit that this proposition has been
madelt will be practically impossi-
ble for me to enlist tho sympathies of
friends of the College away from Abi-
lene In our efforts to procure other
Kings" unless this challenge of OJL
Parramore'a should be met by our
"ifhS'been conservatively Btated
by tho editor of the Reporter that
Some hing like $300000 annually Is
snet in Ab lene by Abilene studen s
and their families. I believe this is
conservative. Simmons College is one
of the really large Institutions now
of Texas It is attracting attention at
SJtlme as no other denomJnaUona
college In the west to say the least or
It has been stated before through
SCHOOLS HUE HOLIDAY
THURSDAY BUT WIT FRIDAY
The Abilene publlo schools will he
given holiday Thursday for Thanks-
giving and In order that the student?
may attenij the football game be-
tween Coleman High and Abilene
High at Fair Park The regular ex-
ercises will take place Friday.
There will be a football rally at the
Hlch School auditorium Wednesday
night and all High School students
are asked to be present
JfBNE BECEIVEB AT X. Y.
NEW YORK Nov. 23. More xnau
$15000000 in gold was landed here
today to pay for. British war muni-
tions. iw namnUUV MEETS.
The City commission met Tuesday
afternoon the meeting having been
HOfM us a cawpie ? """ r j
?!?." ui. fi n uninterrupted
...L.iIi tiu regular mcntaiy
aseaaato were allowed and other rou-
tian matter transacts.
tho columns of 'this papor tl.at our
d ly attendance has passed the five
hundred mark. Wo will have some"
thing llko seventy-five Or one hun-
dred new ones after tho holidays. We
will have- fifty or moro new ones to
enter for tho spring quarter. Wo will
have new students and teachers dur-
ing tho summer qunrtor to the num
ber of four huhdrcd. In other words
Simmons College will havo an nnnhal
enrollment this year including the
Summer School and Summer Normal
enrollment ot more than 1000 stud-
ents. This l repeat produces on
economic stream flowing Into Abilene
throughout almost tho entire year of
thousands of dollars and no ono
spending this money here Is making a
p nny In our city.
''It la conservative Ho say that ninety
per cont of our Rtudcnta nre In Abilene
solely because of Simmons College
t Simmons Collego nska for nothing
save that which she deserves and mer-
its at tho hands of her friends. She
Is destined to grow and become one of
the largest and most useful colleges
In the south or southwest provided her
buildings and accommodations enn be
kept commensurate with her rapid
nnd steady growth. I throw down the
challongo to business men in Abilene
and tho west that with buildings nnd
accommodations adequato wo can
glvo yon on Institution with a dally
attendance of 100 studonts In a year's
tlmo after provisions and accommo-
dations havo been made. If however
this is to bo done it must be done
NOW. Tho present congestion can-
not and will not be tolorated by stud-
ents another year. -If their fidelity
and loynlty to the Institution arc to
obtain they must Beo evidences of ap-
preciation on tho partvotour local
frlondi In their response to this urgent
nnd Immediate call.
' "Let us get together and tako care
of tills unsubscribed $25000. and I will
then bo in a position to go to friends
away from Ablleno and gather funds'
for an additional administration build-
ing that will cnablo us to handlo a
thousand students dally. A number
ot friends who are able to do It out-
side of Ablleno havo committed them-
selves to my program of enlargement
that calls for tho Installation In our
curriculum of the manual and voca-
tional subjects. There Is no reason
why Abilene should not have an Insti-
tution ot learning with a curriculum
broad enough to appeal to every legit-
lmato Interest to be served In our great
west. I want (o seo In Ablleno within
tho next five years an Institution with
a faculty and equipment sufficiently
adequate and nraplo to enable young
men coming from the (arms and tho
ranches to recelvo here that culture
and technical training that has here-
toforo been found only In omo of our
stato supported Institutions. I find
that this practical program appeals to
tho farmer the ranchman and the
business man In general. It la a con-
structive program of education. It
will meet and serve a legitimate de-
mand. This sort of thinking la loom-
ing large In the minds of all wh are
giving themselves In thought to a con-
structive economic and educational
p ogram. I believe In the west- I be-
llevo in the business men ot Abilene.
I believe they know a business Depo-
sition. 1 believe they are gojng to
meet thlsYballetige of. Col. Parramores
at once.Nl have planted my life in
Simmons College provided an oppor-
tunity Is afforded hare for the bulld-
tlng of one ot the really great colleges
'of the southwest"
100 DROWNED 1 SICILY
WHEH BRIDGE WASHES OUT
By The Associated Press.
nnniR. Nov. 23. One hundred per
sons were drowned today by th& wash
ing away of a bridge oyer tne saiso
River near LIcata sicuy.
iitbv mwprKTKB IN TRIAL OF
By The Associated Press.
NEW YORK Nov. 23. The Jury
was completed today la Federal Court
for tho trial of Karl Buenz managing
director and the employes of the
Hamburg-American steamship line
with conspiracy to violate the cus
torn laws In sending supply ship to
German warsWPS. Ehe government
to. re-opening the case said that it
was prepared to prove that Captain
K. Beyed a Genua attache had a
part to the conspiracy. The defense
admitted that the deteadaaU had sent
supplies tofct clalw- they acted upon
legttteate erttera fre the hose of-
fice of the coay ta Geraasy.
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Several membore of the Drltlsh War
'Council the now body which has
linnn nlnmt.1 In nhunlittn .nnirnl nt (hn
war have gone to Paris to conault with
tho French cabinet. It Is bellevea tne
purposo of tho visit Is a considera-
tion of action to support Serbia
The war council Is headed by Pre
mier Asqulth. Other Liberal mom
bers are David Iloyd-George minister
nf munitions and Chancellor McKen-
na. Tho Unionist members are Ar
thur J Balfour former 'Unionist' pre-
mier and now first lord of the ad-
mlrnUv in tho coalition cabinet and
A. Bonar Law present Unionist leader
and now secretary for tho colonies
ABILENE HIGH '
WILL HAVE GENERAL RALLY
WEDNESDAY NIGHT TO COX-
PLETE FINAL DETAILS.
HOPE TO SWAT COLEMAN
Rut Um Laeals Are Leekiai- Forward
to a Hard-rWht Rattle for
C1- AMalit a iaA Paaal
About all that is being talked about
in Abilene just now is- the bis battle
to be staged here Thanksgiving be-
tween Coleman and Abilene Highs.
The Abilene supporters which In-
cludes all Abilene are getting every
thing in shape to attend the battle. A
vote was taken at the High School
Tuesday morning and revealed the
fact that fully five-sixths of the stud-
ents Intend to see the game. Admir-
ers of the sport in all walks of life
are also planning to witness the ex-
pected trouncing of Coleman which
will have Its retinue of rooters
A general football rally will be held
at High School auditorium) Wednes-
day night to prepare tor the next
day of Birenuoss activity. The pres-
ent stock of yella songs aad ially
cries will "be enlarged and plans for
supperttng the team in other ways are
A streamer bearing the white and
blue of Ceieaaan and the gold and
black of AUleaa Ugh eloeseeoed out
acrosa Fine street Tuesday shhwU-
Top to Bottom :
Arthur J. Kalf&tfr.
A. Mewr Law.
For Abilene and vlcinltyj Tonight
fair and warmer: Wednesday fair.
For East Texas; Tonight fair.
wanner in northwest portion Wed-
For West Texas $ Tonight fair
warraeV; Wednesday fair.
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LORIXER T BC FLAC1B
ON TRIAL AT CHiCAM MM
By The Associated Press.
CHICAGO. Noy. 22. William Lari-
mer who formerly occupied a place
in the United States Senate will he
placed oa trial next January charged
with complicity in wrecking; a weil-
kaewa aaaar here.
xruyrtfV"Yrw-r- ? iri i a
atretehlag from CimpfceH's t Lee-
soa'a earaar. atony show wtadews to
towa are apecUlly decorated fer the
AUlaaa aoacis -rtetory hat at tfc
price of vary hard ptoyia.
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GREECE HAS NOW
IIUITI.SH DK.NV THAT GKKEK SHIPS
HAVK HEO SEIZED OR
REPORT WAS PREMATURE
XoBfUr'A ABHOHMeenfMt That Black.
Me Had Ben EHtaUIsbed AroMRd
Greece Declared to Be WIHi-
By The Associated PreM.
rXJNDON Nov. 28. The Foreign of
fice today states that no Greek ships
nre being seized or held up In British
ports and that no blockade of Qrek
ports has boon instituted or U' In
This is In direct contradiction of the
announcement supposed to havo been
officially made yesterday that the
Kntontc Allies had established a block
ade around Greece and that steps were
Icing consldorod for tho cutting off ot
all supplied from Greek ports.
No amplification ot this statement
Is obtainable but tho universal deduc
tion Is that Greece has satisfied the
British demands- and has guaranteed
Barely o tne Angio-trcnca expeamon.
ary "farces .
It is how believed that ih Athena
announcement coneermlng the commer
cial uiocxae nJtp torn irowww
tian of te ahk m
PRICES HAS LITTLE EFFECT
By The Associated PreM.
IjONDON. Nov. 23. Tho abolition of
minimum prices Imposed at the out-
break of the war dfd not lead to much
soiling pressure on tho Stock Exchange
and consols which had been quoted at
n minimum of CC dropped to C8 the
lowest record of more than 100 years.
NO LIQUORS CAN RE SOLD OX
DE.NYER-RIO GRAN'DE TRAINS
By The Associated Press.
DENVER. Nov. 23. The salo of In
toxicants upon all Denver & Rio
Grando trains must cease after Jan
uary 1 when Colorado Decoes ary
territory. Orders to that effect were
Issued today and will apply especially
to Colorado Utah and New Mexico
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RATE ON LUMRER FROM XLA-
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By The lainiTUtai Freaa.
WASHINGTON NaT. .-Tim an
celtottoa of afntfaattoa eOatoa af the
AWlene t Sonthara and amwr raMfead
oa lumW fer aaah aeeru and Wada
to ear toada from Oklahoma Cttr Oat.
mule aad other aetata In Oklaaaeaa
and frem Shrevenmrt aad ether potato
in Lontotoaa. to Taaaa paeato.
feuait net JuaUftod today hf na Iator-
atote Camawfce Commtoatna
The areneaed car toad ratoa en
inert and hltoaa fraaa Ofctoanaaa CMy
and other petota to uaasanma te peeaw
in Texas atoa war hetd warns mms.
ST1NBABJI AXNmlTWaBl BW
fitly IX FlTeatlUM FIUCI
By The Annrlatod Yfm-
NBW YORK K. fAWTaa
ard 04i Ceaay af Raw Tack today
aaaandeed nn adwaaae nf w
painto In yeaaand saveaHaw
part taeaaaa and lartr poames la law-
I JOIN TOE MS?
CHINA MAY NOT
JOIN THE ENTENTES
YUAN SHIH KAI SAID TO MK IMS-
PLEASED WITH ALLIES'
WANTS TO REMAIN NEUTRAL
China FresMeftt I" t4 As Sflit
iai us Been net nam le rtac
rlfke Oerimui Gee
By .The Aseoclated Press.
PEKING. Nor. 23 Tho suKxestlon
ot the Entente Attics that China Join
them has not been well received by
President Shlh Kal who Is unwilling
to abandon the neutrality of the nation
and sacrifice tho goodwill of the Ger
The request was made a day or so
ago by tho Ententes that China get
Into the war in order that primarily
all friction with Japan might bo avoid-
ed In the future Tho general Im-
pression seemed to be that China
would Comply with tho request but
tho action ot Yuan Shlh Kal today Is
taken to mean that hl nation will not
enter th -war on tho side of tho Al-
lies at any tlmo soon.
EAST TEXAS FAIR ANB WARJfEK
WKST TEXAS FAIR. AND WARM-
conn prices Tuesday
Llrerpeol XUdHng at Mf ; New Ywk
at II7t New OrIM at HJWj
aid Galvcftiea at
flie Abilene Cotton Exchange re-
ceived tho following Tuesday:
Loulalana: Tonight and Wedaeeday
fair not much change in teaiperature
Arkansas; Tonight and Wednesday
Oklahoma: Tonight fair warmer t
west portion; Wednesday fain
East Texas; Toateht fair waraw lu
northwesi porttoa; Wedaeaday fair.
west Texas: Taaight fair; warmer;
North Carolina: Partly cloady to
night and Wedaeedgy; warmer tonight
la east and eeatral porttoas.
South Careltaa: Partly cloady aad
warmer toataht: Wedaeaday fair.
Georgia: Partly cloudy tonight aad
Wedaeaday; warsaer tonight in ceatrat
aad eaat portkMM.
Florida: Tonight aad Wedaeaday not
much change In temperature.
AUhaata and JMsda(M4: Fair to
night and Wedneaday
Natiee: The New oYrk Cetton Kx
Neitoe: Tha Kew York Cetton x
Kth Thaakafivinc Day.
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CKKTIiT WON VICTORY.
GREEK PREMIER TO RESIGN
Dlfftfee Rtwe Gret nnd Qrmi
I)fffkd iMere Riga.
By Tho Associated Prcrt.
LONDON. Nov. 23-Tho 8erbteri
Government has been' removed to
Prhrond near tho Albanian frontier.
and the diplomatic forces is going to
Roporta from Rome today say that
n acsepraie battle M raging for oor-
Ixia where the Italians have made re
cent advances. In the Carso plateau
tho Italians have taken the offensive
and aro making fresh .progress
Berlin says 8000 Serbian and slx-
ty-slx guns have been captured by the
Bulgarians southeast of PrUtlns Fif
teen hundred additional SerWdfjs huro
been captured elsewhere.
A meesace from Salonlk! today
Btates that Ute Grecian premier Skoul-
oue Is expected momentarily to
resign on accouat c-f tMffereaeea be-
tween Great Britain aad Greece.
There fe IKtle news jfrom the east-
ern llae. today exceet for the Rus
sian aocmit o ttee defeat f
iwaraaaiBasawa aaawnPa eeien
frMkt ww tee nhf acMr hm
heea the ln4e Mi aerial oferaMsna.
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FERUSN JtEACMKS LABI
FOR CARRANZA Ct)NFERENOK
By The Associated Frees
LAREDO Texas Nov. JS. Governor
Ferguson reached here today and will
confer with General Carraaza oh the
International bridge. It Is believed
that they will discuss arrangements
for control of the border troubles.
Carranza 1ms dtsregardedan Immigra-
tion Inspector la Neuvo Laredo for
SERBIANS BEING HARD -'
PRESSED BY THE TEUTNS
BERLIN Nov. 23 The AHatro-Oer-man
aad Bulgarian forces are pre-
lag the Serbians hard in their drive
toward the Koeaevo plain from both
the nerth eaat and eoutheaat of Pria-
tiaa accerdia- to a atatomeat man.
hem today. The Teutons are new aar-
la4 MKrovRan the recent SerUan cap
ital. Unconfirmed reports (rent Can-
UantlBople say that the Alike hava
resumed a violent offensive to mm
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By Tan Aaaaetotad Fraaa.
TEXARKANA Araw No. . Waan
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River emtaty 3. D. Fteemaa a prewi-
neat atttoen who was In tan aniauaa.
fell tveaty-ftve feat cawaiac mjawisa
frem wntoh ha ntod a tow laamtis af
ter. Tha fton storied in Am naaae af
the. hwUdtea- and mnen
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