The Abilene Daily Reporter (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 19, No. 226, Ed. 1 Tuesday, November 23, 1915 Page: 2 of 8
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TH1 ABILErTj BJI BUllK ABIL1H1 Tf XAI
.j i ' IAm
BOND HIDE FOR
NEUCES co. m
Could Bob FitxMimmons Do?
TIE MARMTY TRIST
Is now in-posi Aon to handle all desir-
able farm mortgages and cattle
loans. The Company also performs
all trust functions and solicits your
THE FUST STATE BANK
does a general commercial business
under the protection of the Deposi-
tors Guaranty Fund and carries a
Savings Department wherejnterest
is paid at four per cent compounded'
is the Aim
5 DEFKMUSTS IN AI.LEGEB COX-
SPIBACX CASES ARE I BE
JAIL IS UNDER QUARANTINE
Shortly After News KeYehcd at Tic
torlfl Jailer's nanghter Is Stclck.
ch With Diphtheria a 4 Men
tfnst Staj Im.
Rv SDCcInl Leased Wire.
CORPUS CHRISTI TexRB Nov 22.'
County Ciork August Uehllnger of
Nueces county Constable Leo ItlgRs1
Henyr Stevens Tom Dunn and Ed
Castleberry five defendants- of the
Be rHishwmons. 51 Years Old.
Xh MfeMy Left Also fil Years Old.
TlnrnilQA Itn won ofpairl t tvnlltft k at ft &titA tfllirrYit ill A liar intl nhil
so-called election conspiracies of this k(1 n mB wUh Dob yitMimmons hung there."'
county who were given irom bu former champion of the world re-1 "Was he dazed?"
raonins 10 one year anu a any at atmlntwl ht. mictitv if ti. mi
Leav.cnworth. charged with conspiracy day ln Ncwarkf N. j. whon ho Wa3
to defraud the United States by vot- tempted (o put it on the other fet
ing unnauiroiuca aucns were reioaa- j0W.B jaw jal Ja what tho old
ed from the Victoria Texas county fighter said in court when he was
jail on bond aggregating $47500 on fC( iQ tqe aBBmL fJoby's left Wa
appealing their cftso to tho district n miglity fist when he was thirty-
court of appeals. New Orleans nvo yenr9 of agCt ow nmny
They had been eight wecka in jail. npn nfty-ono years old believe their
A decision by that court IB expectea ieft3 could kill a man with a. Bingtoinmined
in a iew uays. anoum uie niguer blow? (lawyer
court arnnn tnc trial courts aecision jantcs Hendricks brother of Dr.
tho men would be required to pay a Hendricks who holds a mortencn nn
fine of $20000 imposed on them in ad- Fit2simmons farm at DunollonN. J. I
union to jan sentences. served a dispossess nbtlco on tno old
1 .fighter In a Newark barroom. Dob
.Tnll Is Quarantined. jU8t hates to glvo up tho old home.
By Special Leased Wire. in ccjift Fltz said ho had called tho
VICTORIA Texas. Nov. 2.2. Short- doctor a harsh name and went on:
ly aftor the flvo imprisoned Corpus "Then Hondrtcks said: 'The doctor
Christians had received tho nowB that iB my brother and I won't stand for
bond had been miulo and Indicating that' and at tha same time he
their relcaso tomorrow or next day punched mo in tho mouth cutting- my
THANKSGIVING SUGGESTIONS FAT TURKEYS.
Bulk Mince Meat Imported
Cluster Rabins Imported
Chrystaliaed Fruits Orange
Citron and Lemon Peel Plum
Pudding' Tigs Dates Be
Lmxe Frui'u Cokes.
Blanched and Salted Al-
monds Shelled Pecans Olives
Pickles Salad Dressing
Mushrooms Crabs Caviar
Pato do Foi3 Geas Cream
Brick Swiss Camembert Im-
perial and Pimento Gheeee.
California Lettuce Jumbo Celery Tomatoes fjjjfnitf lower Cran-
boriaes $eet Pepper; String Beans PardR' Etc. Apples
Oranges BanannB Gnrpo nnd Grnpe PruitiTlnst the things for
your. Thanksgiving Dinner to make yowled good and enjoy
thoiUreat Game in the afternoon utyreen Abilene Iiigji and
Chandler .A Schultz
. Fouryfficle No20.
L J-V J s
teomo and pvesng
iu ai M ri t Ti.fc.
tho jail was placed under nunrantino Up and I bled llko n pig."
owing to a cnBo of diphtheria. Whori ."What followcdt" asked tho Judgo.
tho quarantine will be raised to per- "What followed?" a broad grin
mit tholr roleaso will not be decided mirehdlnc over his face. "Why 1
)Y county health of- Just put my left across on his check court room."
"I should say ho was."
'Then what happened?"
"I took hold of him with my right
turned him around and was going
put uio icrt to ins Jaw but I w
afraid I would kill him. Instca
Rave him the solar nlexuB and
doubled up in a heap." fr'
When Iitz8immons was cross-ex-
by Dr. Hendricks who is n
as well as a physician ho
was asked wlilcu band he hit Hen-
dricks with and he answered. "With
"Let mc sco that hand" demanded
the interrogator who when Dob held
it up asked. ''Is not that tho .same
hand you hit Corbett with?"
"It Is. And it's the same hand I'm
'going to hit somebody olso with'
At the conclusion of the hearing Dr.
Hendricks nsked that tho threat made
by Fttzslmmons be put In the record.
I do this" said tho doctor "bq-
cuit8a I mean to protect myself in
evont of an attack Men I li
Lf APING Bit AH D OF "fHK WOKL0
There's Chewing Satisfaction
In a STAR Plug
chews in each plug Trie
ilk. A LSOraore
J A thick juicy tA
jMHk. out likb a tlin liKTg. l
! MBm ..: h AxJl 1 tire nniincLF
ShUhh i?mffn1fho knw whaLffu chewing II.
ItiWHHBW U&K is-che 25jmM ten cent
j BgllMVSTAR cuts Kh ysmT I
W3mim! Men WfeOWw Are Mew WW DO 1
v i HkF219SSH WdMRyou to test this all-MtIifctory j
mR55L! Jpr?Americn chew. J
n jr mSkfSS!XmsluKl.mAt y w i iij
lTi BBHrMaiiEsiSRsi. iu.iunU b:
0 tU SiBfHSni39wBBMlHii .1. s?- r cilj. a
ISSSBk'VMDltF'A3cJ9ElKKISIISS trwrjwm r.'W vr 't
Klg!irajKfyflflB tom a ceo
HlLLSTHOJr UK IUHIKD
IV CHICAOO OEMKTEHV
By Succlal Iea6cd "Wire.
CJHCAOO. Nov. 22- The body of
'Joseph HlllBtrom who s execute J
at Salt Lako City last week will be
Interred near tho grave of the Chi-
cago anarchist executed In .connection
with thojlnymnrket riot In 1S8C ln
Walhclm "cemetery It was announced
today. The body wjll arrive tomqr
row and funeral services wUlbc held
(Thursday. r f yw
I "V fl
RANZA TALK COMl'LKTEl)
!Hv SfiprWrTonffAn TVIfl. - " -
I LAREDO resas. Nov. aa-Pronara
CLUBS IN THE II; S.
ALLEGED DESERTER FKOX
IM'EKXED OEK9TA' I'KUISE
HAS IMADE A CONFESSION
that to usuMTAaMSrn remedy Is ammmmmmmmmm
Uie belt ovlAiJCr okIs merit f . ..'.
I Jr!3jrTS53KP'3vty H
Aitfi mjxvmiti'O wdeks
THFyellers. Sold M
f and M . McftT
L. SIMPSON LUMBER COMPAMY
' Largest Stock in Abilene.
North' of the PostolTice.
INCLUDING THE FAMOUS
I just rce:
tho Greatest Line
No need to say this ui
We invite you
TWO STORES ME
ve on our tioors just now
over shown in West Texas
"HAKE IT STICK" when
ateWE'LL DO THE
niture in at PAIR
five relief from
'are unusunily largo
ly by uh. co cents
tgomory Drug Co.
WAV OT TQ E OPEXED
By SpccIaClJoased Wire.
PETROGRAD. via London 9:55 p.
m. Advices received by tho Serbian1
legation todny concerning tho defeat
of tho Bulgarians near Nlsh last Sat'
urday said tho Serbian vlctorywas
nxpectcd to delay indefinitely lift re-
opening of tho raiUvay to donstaiitf-
will insiro tqjmimcountva healtu
ier and ilioryitjjffll;cnt jJrlmUy of the
uuo- f jtiira ." Iiu Jitanv M wnnn. obvlousl
.n ninr r v n ini nn nrininitniin - - - - w r w m - w- '.v --
i7 ih .HvMinr 11A-T of h 7nilrn.i ow. upccle4 alerter from tno UIjflt rolZuuBrbReloiod bor Uealt
:.'.C .".;;;: ;:i.T; '"."". Tr Oeiman cruiser Prinz &itei fTJeuericH. P 8tprei
( iw ivuu6iimi uiiuu uauiuviuh
Jjiredo and Xuovo Laredo It
plpnoed to have the two executives
tlons for tho conference tomorrow be- Declares Ho Knoks Location of all Mu.
tween Gov. James B. Forgtieon of Tox
as and General Vcntustlano Carranza
llortrl nf thn fli. fnrfn trrwrnnipnf nf
3 Mexico wcro completed tonight. It
ViB possible border officials said to-
) night that furthor protection and con-
trol would bo talked. Gov. Ferguson
will bo met on the international boun
nltlcnK 1'lubs In This Country
lint Will Die Before
By Special Leased Wire.
BALTIMORE NOV. 22. OHo
rmu intitrnMi m inrmiK. ucciurcu
W'aS l... .-. !. Mln ulu .inttlflc Hmn
U..- ...a. .11 1... ..tum ntiinfflVtl nllllia
.A. .t.A..l HM. rnn A .... iHUII 1WUU UVi nt4 ..mm.w.. b.Hv
will not cross to tho American side. ffVl MSfwffSk
the tfJly use of Lydla
m'B vaiitauio uouipouna
succes'ypl remedy for female
world Up ever known. Enor
man to Norfolk las iMday ulght.
(luelow who was arrested hero laat
By Special Leased Wire.
AUSTIN. Novvj!2. Go . -orguson Tuesday had protested that ho coul) low- hopo
nfcnmnnntpil hv hl nnrsnr. nti iPt BOCak English but the detettiVO
'Capt W. E. Craddock AdJL-Gon. Hut- rald the prisoner confessed on the
chlngs. find Brig.-Gen. Cecil A. Lyon -V to Norfolk In English.
; Texas National Guard left at four According to he man s statement.
; o'clock this afternoon in Gen. Lyon's u know the jooatlon of all munition
.nrivate car for Ijiredo. whor ho hnsrlubB In the country. He said that he
- ' " ' . .- .
an engagement to meet Carranza.
of roots and herbs
'(1 In making this good
'cmedy and no woman
'rom remaio jns snouiu
i she has tried IL Ad?.
bad been arrested "Just one day too
aoon" but would Ulo bciore telling
what He knew."
(JltELTE HAS NOT XADE HEI'LY
TO THE ALLIES' DEMANDS
By Special Jased Wire. tMA.Y KILLED; ."0 HURT IX
LONDON Nov. 22. No definite news' GEOKtHA TRAIN WRECK
Itfica raanht haiA rt fanAAld nnlr -
l MB fVUl-MVM U3 "- U!"-SBI' "
DMA' O.NE BRITISHER
INTERNED IX HUNGARY.
BUDAPEST Hungary. Nov. 23.
The only British civilian Interned in
th wholo length and breadth of Hun-
W'nrv Is a necro by the name of Sam
Thomson who would have escaped
thts distinction if he had not run out
Of money and Vie chance of a job
Thomson was visited Borne days ago
hv t. n. M. nardeza of the American
the Entente Allies' demands for guar- By Special Leased Wire. Embassy In Vienna who thereupon
rntees for the safety of the Anglo-' COLUMBUS. Ga Nov. 22. The bod- thi. infnmintlnn throueh dlnlo
French forces landed at Saloniki or fea of six persons have been recoy-'IuatC channels to London that Tbom-
jfor thoBo of the Serbians who might ered where they were missing and ma jjvea j0 a jargo clean well ven-
Lo forced over the Greek frontier. Ad- more than fifty were injured as a re-tnate(j tiuUdliig and seemed well sat-
I vices from AthenB say tho Greek sutl of a head-on collision six miles .. ih v.iR int in vnrz
illanna.il m nnn.. mam.1 ..-a... ef ah Int. -wki lnmAfr h.twaan -
cabinet Is disposed to accept condl- wedt of here late yesterday between
tlpas lad down except the condition a Central of Georgia passenger train
requiring ber to participate In the war. No. 2 and a special train of twenty-
It came the personal thought of the gieris simple appropri-
ate uT create? nn greater obligation tlwu thts Kiu$y; -thought-it
Was. Sake the Appointment early.
Parish Studio. Pine St.
If silence is golden garrulity rep-
iviiuuiuk ui:r iu uaiLiciiiuui in rn whi ;ii. uiiu ui oucuiai nam in liicui." . . .-
A eqlutlou of the whole difficulty may eight cars carrying a carnival jtom- r"5 P'ayea oui leaa mine
lia AVnAAta tlAmaJln4nlt lfn..M.Llt. .... .. Tt .... ontil ilxab r.F.n A1 inn' ' "
w ptjKVKu juiu?i4iu;y .iitraunuiic puri t( nan oa.u mat ntfivc u J
the blockade of Greek commoree has bodies of the missing might be Made1
oegun ana jtajy 13 reported to be par- tne over turnea cars pi tne bijbw
tlcipating In the measures of restraint train. Twelva of tho carnival jeans
WhUe this is reported the news that were burned and others were burning
ttte Serbians bave won a victory oveir tonight. Twq cari ronttinfng JTnlmals
the Bulgarians north of Prisetinai iwerc UestroyedlflllM 'Seja.v The
that the Bulgarians have delayed their known
march pn JlonasiJr; that the Austro- confined
uermans are laboring under difficul-
ties as a result of the wintry weather
all has created a hopeful feeling
among the allies.
I ft I
rjm tu "l SA -tfi-rtXb ar f 4
llHriB iH JlH lHSyHMft W WM lH LV BB. imm
- -w .
7 JLJL wool 1 p every
-f-thread ind fibre and
of thepuiipst cfeanfest iin-
est wool oAtainAblef t Mat's '
U t-hia vrmarn X- KJ-..J4 T
and true beiutvotfiCeaves
. ) In 1 vi t-tvakric fT St- knjf L. f
snMQpa spldernl vigor" in a
f' T injp stylol tjfht sed your ad- iX'
nratior) a hirfj pitch i
-J J Alights gooafeatures Jar 1-
-H' Continental (Tailoredfo I
jj' Y . Measure Clothesr l
7TZmmr) Tailoring Co. II
i 1 1' ' ii i -.lrr-.-? . . r t i i i - n a i r i r .n i r
'if in I lilili . TTltJj'
The New Store
W will aw-reei a a&ac of your husinesa. We have just
t4u4 m lwsimvi 'MV a wee ew stocc of groceries our
jkjp k wiiaw aMi ttmitary. We are preparai t five you
jmaj if t WUr rie a any lodyt and pur service is
kfJlMlit. 'Tfcau 9i lUKi w will deliver ibtgfpfe
me AD A HENDRIX
GREGORY TO BE ASKEB
ABOUT RESERYU DISTRICTS e
By Special Leased Wire.
WASHINGTON Nov. 22. Attorney
w-""""!" mcewf wmi we usb.i-u oy me
uucui ncoerve noara v interpret &
prqylElon of tlie Ffderal Reserve Act
I and detormloe whether in his opinion
i mc uuara nas me aumontyto reduce
iina was reached tonight after Ike
jboard bad considered the matter for
II7IW CiSRAXCISTAS. LXAYK
lUtiW'.l rRIETA (IA3nAIG!
By Special Ijaased Wire.
EAGLB PASS Nov. 22 Passenger
trains carrytag 1.799 Carrsuacktas
wr UavlBs J.re tuilt W retefofce
Me carransa sarrtow at Asua Prlta.
BwiWH-4 a4 to fce asad fat tbe Carrwi-
i mumgn 1b mat state. Tbe first
tw6 caniRal A
If they y any thlg u cgei
in othe if U modfstr I
wSat Ami. bo alter of sow Uku:
nfi Bi ifi tnnrtni fl j r
i Vnrf.li .illlnllllrollnf OiC 1
i J u JUe ac;ri ky
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Unless fire Or other misfortune ocqura and teti it Ls worth 100 eents on the dollar if propers
ly written in solvent ionipume$. You can not afford to trust the supervfs;on of this most
important matter to imocperieuoed hapd. Our offiee has the reputation of hoing one pf the
most prompt and accurate in service which is an essential point in the handliug of insur
anee. We guarantee lowest rates. We inspect your property and eliminatfrtrouhle-hefor&
the loss occurs. This office gives you tJw fcat there is in insurance service.
LOUIS O. WISE AND 80N
ut Glass and Etched Glass
Wo luive just received a .stupiuent of ShreJ Glass Kapifies al Ves in thejiitest
designs Qf thin etched and cut glass. New shapes and mw ilemgm oi etchin'gPwe
from $2.00 to $3.50 per set We alo Jmvre sim litif4l Cut tSUiss in ilie Jija'vy
glides in nappies IwwLs ya$f pprfnjne LwttJes pijff !e G9ery dishes electro
ners (Bie. ixhuswiuwvuw.
Montgomery Drug Co
' t r0ato4 -W twirwg Wt at 4 e'etodc
tUU sfteraoou under guar ot Uaks4
J SUUa. troop.
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The Abilene Daily Reporter (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 19, No. 226, Ed. 1 Tuesday, November 23, 1915, newspaper, November 23, 1915; Abilene, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth316377/m1/2/: accessed January 22, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Public Library.