The Abilene Daily Reporter (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 20, No. 39, Ed. 1 Tuesday, May 2, 1916 Page: 3 of 8
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Personal Local Household
THE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE
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Here they are Again
.John I'fttll Vft In tho city JT.ncda
nayinf Crawford went to Kitftlanf.
TumxIit on business matters.
Mrs iftr Kills nnd baby returned
Tf adfly from h vlMt with" relatives at
'- 'intv Commissioner it V. Iltatraro
a in from the form TtiWMlay and
ipiHi'itI lay rains. Willi nu dam-
T fl Tautr. local agent for tho Tex-
n Pacific. ha returned f"rom Et
M"i wur-ro ho attended a meeting ol
n. At P. agent at competltiTO points
'h' tntMtni wni in ber-plng with tin
if'iHeniy plan now In vise by nearlj
3000 STRIKERS AT
IMTTSIH'RO Pa May 2 - A mob
of 3 .turn strikers from the Turtle I'reck
Vnlley ntmrol with eluba and stones
iilered Urnddork today man lied on
" he idaiil of the Sterling Foundry.
lnne the men from their inutilities
and danmped the luihllnu.
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r n u" 411
fti ml rtOs ofV
I tHirhuli. atctl c ftSJSl
itlnlfi fill llumf
CH I'uroiT TtirnUnl'"
only Trrfcimcnt pf Its Kind in the
Slate ReGfel Specialist
g Pr Waltriji & Co.
I 103 4 IfaM "7th M Fort Worth.
mi n i M;nTBirrrr-MjLTiriWMtmmMi
sr'iM'iTV op 3r.iim:s
-1- yow vifiir xcVribEAiiiiK
When we are nick we call ft doctor
Vtiy not when your Furniture Ret?
Sick cnll ft doctor who can dlugms
the case and make It well. Phone 451
J. K. Merseveau. W K. 5th i. adv
inke Nearly I'liih
Reports from Lylle 'Lake at hoot
Ttieadny Indicated that the water lack-
ed about four feet being to the top
of the spillway. The rise was stilt
continuing slowly but tl Is not prob-
iblo that the last ftlltis will flit the
lake to overflowing. However the
fact that the take is almost full tends
to optimism In all quarters.
To He-Open Xnt Soon.
The Sanltnry Natatorlum at Fair
Park will be opened for the season
about the middle of the present month
now that nli abundance of water U
assured. The directors wero to titirf
Tuesday afternoon and transact busi-
ness preliminary to the opening
hooslnR a director for the season. The
-N-af was a very popular place last
summer and efforts will ho made to
make It even more popular this sum-
mer. l.cnie For Uultcrton.
Attorney Rugene Dellogory and
Lloyd Thomas left Tuesday uoon foi
Ualveston to attend court. Mr. IMlo-KOi-y
will assist in tlio prosecution ot
nn rnsn aealnst John W. Young
-l......r-l ..HI nannlllt with illtCnt to
...uninr (.linked in have been commit
I ted against Uoyd Thomas. when the
latter received a pistol wound in the
'arm at Galveston lapt year. Ihcy
twill be gone the greater part of the
Ileturn From Long Tonf.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Fred Vandenbafk and
Mr. and Mrn. Lester Gorsticli return)
ed to Abileno Monday night .after a
tour of two weeks by automobile
through Central and Southwest Texa'i
They first went to Pallas and from
there by Mr. Gorsnch's Frnnklln car
to Taylor Austin and San Antonio.
At the latter place. they attended the
flower show and relumed In high
prnlso of that annual affair. From
San Antonio they set out for Abilene
coming up the Guadalupe river alloy
ulif-m Mr. Vandenbark reported see
ing' many wild turkcyannd some splen-
did fields of oats almost ready for the
binder. At UnllliiRCr they wore com
pelied to abandon the car on account
of lteaty rains nnd came on homo
over the Abilene & Southern. "We
had a fine time nnd saw some of the
prettiest country In ttio worm ue-
clared Mr. Vandcnbnrk. On the-entire
trip they did not have any kind of
SixtyttedvjiJm& Standard I
Made from Graam of Tartar
B-a&wjuai' w n.n tr
p'ugTaUo. The Hejiorlpr. .
WXsniNGTOX May 2. The acarc-
Jty of' Marines in the United States Is
making i(sott.relt just now when the
demands nro.'boliig made on tiie Mar-
ine t'orpsfor more men to guard the
navy yards and naval stations.
'A-ltoM Blxty per cent' of tle Vnlted
State's Mnrlncs are In rtexvlcff aboard t
:Jilp or on forebni stations pd loss
than S.ttCfl aro-fivallablt' for navy yard
iliity Jb tlio United states.
- I'rViiuti oj'the nttraetlvenoiis or Its
service the Marino Corps Iwis.llttlv tlif.
fu-i.Jty In iiroybring reerditR nml-lU
ronks rtTQ lit'pt full to overflowing
T)erly all the time but the autloil(!d
'stroligtb qf tlxe Corp is only q0-or-
'fCeenj.nnd '..i2t men. Congress has
been asli?d-tO'lfccreasoH Ih.ls preugtb
b z.'n no-ii ad ofilcers
Mid otlf SlrtJ(fouble3
ML WlifailflirNTEB i
ro stoifthe llM
with "q firs tM
inp; and begin heallnp;
iplication-or return your
aro lota of skin reme
dies lint SeM Is the only one they gusr-
untcwbkeJLia Why don't you try It?
Tb ''li'l.fiiii'rf-lltiNH Urut; Co.
A clothing Mck wblcli has ljeen in-
vented In which garments nrJ liung
Jner rcula Ih laiuieil to occUif !--hiiAie
iliaii the usjal affair fltjd With
pegs and books.
un nm j
It is aTiUaiflmo We's cxalK
inolbeiuifod LJRUi ouejfuUji
W.i V-V. H bow Jh
a&. .' -- jm .. t-
ji'x 'srr-H it vmr
r LsSV TH afdM
Take No Chanced with FIRE!
SAFJvtSUAHIJ your paperB files ytnd recordsJtore the destmyer
strikep. The SAFBCA1HNBT lne ""-" fF"""Il "'""'" terrific
fire. It has often delled the aaf ksorTiiioWe7ai!W o. Why talk
preparedness if you do not yfafsei.ence has Jlvcn ycu this
liglit weight contniner thatiChiflft' peril. Uan lieJfcatcd whltediot
without a paper Inside ori?lng scorched Tbyf is no othor llko
It in tiie world. DON'TVM)NFt SK "'jpy"1"' ' with a
heavy Iron safe or yJWiIry ' insulajatjiMcabinet. THK SAFK-
('AtUN'BT has twicjjlio caS3Cn" ' ron safe the same sizo and
weiglis only onwfhinl as .micli. YET IT COSTS FAU LESS. 48
sines and stylcto select from
THE mtmm a w. Roberts
S"Ol & 8 1 ? T Only Authorlicd Local Agent
EME.NTES KEAUIl THIS AIJUEE.
.Mi:T IF TIIKV WIS TIIE
Correspondence of Associated Press
PETItoaitAD May 2. There la no
longer any doubt in the public mind
hero that the Allies reached a com-
plete agreement some time ago to the
effect that in caso..tho Entente powers
aro victorious Russia 'is to have nob-
sesslon of the. Dardanelles after tho
STRAYED Ono red pig. TaKen UP war. Professor Mmn'coff tho Liberal
May 1st. Ownej" wil please descrlbo leader speaking In tho Duma made
property and pay for this ad.Seo S tho assurance of such an agreement
z-it uciinue wueu no earn:
"Tho end of March 191G is a date
well worthy of rcmembranqo by tho
Russian people. That is the dnto when
u doflnito agreement was readied be-
tween us and our allies regarding the
future of the Dardanelles."
Mlllukoff is tho crentor of tho "pro-
gressive bloc" tho greatest forco in
KSTcc t-J&irv " W VWw JP-wme i i j k
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On Sale Tomorrow
C. Adams. 231 Walnut St
An Ordlnaure repealing Ordinance No.
SCh passed by tilt Hoard of Comnilv
doners of ITu Ullj of Abilene on the
Teii). Third day of Mtireh A. 1.
Ill IK entitled; Mil tlrdlnmire t"
Amend the '( hurt or of ihe City of
Abilene lrmnled In the 'I hlrti'Sec-1
ond Legislature heliur -Chapter 1." I Russian politics todajv and Is closely
to trade where you dcslro but you
will find It to your advantage to
buy your groceries fancy and sta-
ple here. It's tho precaution 70
tuko against lmpuro foods that
makC3 housekeepers feel safo In
buying here. Back of that aro tbs
lowest prices found anywhere.
ni tiie I.ocnl nntfSpNUUl ''""
Thereof 'us Authorized b and In
Keening MlUrtlie I'roiNlnns of Vr
t.iclrs llita. Hi
C Ituiif ftT7 Arts 1
lug jCtion ln
ChusA'r of tiie (
thf (ill 0
le 1 of Mn
affiliated wltli tho Foreign Office. In
the. course of his sneecb. which was;
reported verbatim in till tho Petrogradjf
l nnd 1U.)(.' tiewspapors bo said: U
l'Ji: by nitu'iid "Our Russian interest in this war
cle Mil. of sail) c:ui lm iloflncd verv briefly: Wn iieeili
of Abilene Sec-Inn outlet to a free sea. We did n6t!
of the Charter ol begin tho war "for this; but wlthpaUr
?. Sertlon 1 Ar. iw shall not end It. ' i
rter of tiie t Hy of "The annexation of the Dardanelles
!l Article- I of the s in no wny an attempt to enlarge
aid yiuirterfifMhe t It) of Abilene the Russian frontlorH. Russia is big
cell u 17A rifle III of tho t bar enough and has uo need for new terrl-
l lur riHoi Aiiiienr aeeiiiui tory. qut her complete development
IX Jftlie Chnrter of the without an outlet to n free sea cannot
Jlly of Ahllriiftto Henearnll l.anh possibly be realized. In our time
X in Conflict ni Declaring an Emer. wien tho old Idea ot Contlnentalism
genc nnd Cfrrjlngau ICniergency. js jjeaj wnen international relations
1fy IT ORUAIJR2D BY TfiK HOARD j0nandlng a sea way bavo become tho
OF COMMISSIONERS OF THE order ot the day the State without
1 1T Or rniiuv?: uuch communications Is an organism
Section () 'mat uruinanco .-no. wjthout the necessary organs.
! iiUDru IV mv uyaiu u viuimq-
' V &
w r -1 - - -1 - n j - - jy' "i - r - iJJ ir f jkf
r Lmif'Jr ll
I IT IT."
You Always Get More Than YoufMoney's Worth
When You Buy a Withmnr Waist
The reason why they sell so well is not t'
tho least bit hard to tell. They aro simply
Yes bettor bv'fur than tho ordinary dollar Waists op Waists frequently oost-
i .riisi.U.ralily more Style-tJiHtinction orlglimlHy-chnrftetiT ull these
you-always (41't in tlio Wirtlimor.
ThiB wo ask that you remember: the Wirthmor can to sold liy just ono good
merchant in every oily and wo caution you not to confuse them . "
with any other' because of similarity of packing.
1 "'SOLD- HERE EXOLUSIVEBY- --' '-'-
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lem Rerlin-tQ-Dagdad Is a real dan-
ger not only for us Tjut for Great
Tlvltnln ilU Tn.ttn A n A Ymvl r
:?ou.5"v.a' t m!i!" iuar Srninir & b.r tssssur is
nlnnura n Bn TtVPtlt V.thiril llflV Ol ..
March. A Mmti. entitled- Ve real zed this aim. We would Syria- 0n tho baaf ot "3 real dat'
Kn Mriliilr to tuend the Charter JS toVall.- But when Llman ff f Tmnt baa become possi-
of the (Ms of tlilleiie. Granted b) "" Q"." 1 J n Z(rt0 "'e between Powers which for cen-
the ThlfTj-Second Legislature lie whe tho Turkish war minister be- tures were susplcloua ot each other."
. lug Chapter l. of the. Loul and camo thB BOryant of Germany and the
Si eclul Law h Thereof iisijuthorlzed Tlirkl8h feet becamo controlled by
hv and In heenlu-; It li the I'ruiis- . n. io. hi ein(inn
Ions of Articles 109.n l(W.b and cna d We fuU realze what l8
1096-r( hunter 17 Acts oMDl J. bj tJie lan of Gemany a for what
mtiidliitr Section 136 Article 1 Mil Bh s carrymg on thls wboie war It
of said C barter of . Uy ! 3 clear to everybody that in tho case
ene .Section - Article UI of the of to GermaDy wouid create In
Charter of the I ity of XMlew.Jet. Kljr0pe a central state and would cap.
SYu ' V1.11L0 ..Mi.. 4 iriiVi.. turo or subjugate Turkey economlcal-
t'U ' AII'H'. 'S"cUo" r.3' !;.rAl!?lv. and then nolltlcally. 'Berlin to
llllIpTlln 1- rirtl re III O Wf that S the German '
1 1. t" barter of tbe'Vlt ?& Vb lene 8lce lt "as hn created we have n
!!w.f 'iaIr.?;t.iV..v- .MIL ;.i..:I': other choice. The question now is
Vi Vii X .Ti iipn ul N...r. 1 nil t whether the Straits will become
of the (Ity of Abilene; to Repeal all ;11CCQ . om.n rlirvia. n..pa.
A New Assortment of $2. 00
Blouses on Sale TomorrovVr in
Styles that aresp stirikinglyr pret-
ty as "to wtn- the aclrni'ration of :all
who see them. - v-' ' n
It isn't an ordinary sellin ovojit: wfieti vt phtco on ualo a-now allotment pf
theso beautiful $2.0Q Bloufios litrt rfij-- Iwlly 'UN'ordiiuiry in the sunso tha.fr
tho values aro UNordinary and eoulTiiot be duplicated olsqwher'e at any
j til i- .... . . I. lll.r. 11 Atin Ii iiminllia rall
Iinoe. in all rospectH tneso iiousreH. an vt:-. iimu-h uty? wiudo una unuiiu- dii
at far higher prices and-women who have learned how pjaodjthcy nre eagerly
await the new arrivals. . .
Of the very desirable Wolworth Blouses'
there's just a limited number to go on. sale.
THESE ARET SOLD HERE ONLY " .
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MINTER DRY GOODS CO.
Abilene's Projrssiv Store
'ouflict uud Declaring un
separate and distinct regular meet- our allies toward our national
Ings of said Board before tno same
seem if it can
cb. assist or la
vay comfort tlio
-tnt mother it U
leasing. And fucli
a. remedy called
icmcrs. FricM.- .... . . u.. 1. 1. -... olla
FriiS! rg nended. as provided In Section No 32.
'ecnty Ttt&l on tho of said Charter; and that this ordl-
surfacci and makes nance shall take effect and be in force
v Via moscKS duoui: j i nna.
thU reHeres the ala en llzaent. wtural nu h "
cipansloa taltcIaco without undue effect Attest: r. Mitx.
upon tho cen J. And u tho time ap- H. L. ROBERTS Mayor of the
preaches tho kfiid has cone through a pc- city Secretary CJty of Abilene
&&3yR&ti2X3i A AppJTdua34tonforis me 27tu
future chlid. That this Is true Is evidenced day of April A. D. 1310.
hy tho fact that three fenerations jpt motheta G. G. WHITTEN
Lave used ajl recommended "Mother's ajv Corporation Counsel
Wend." Ak yonr nearest drusryUt for a '
it for you. And then write to Bradfleld Ee- a new hot water bottle of German
' uUtor Cq iot Laiuar Bids. Atlanta. Ga invention la made of metal and is
fSTiiJSSJ&uJT hinged in the center and ao shaped
Writs tuday. It is a book yon will enjoy that it can be fitted to human curve-s
Russian or remain Turkish; the ques-
BRIXfiS UP IXTE
TIOX OF LAW SK
Stnco the promulgation became ef-
fiSn.SnWSrS fectto the government baa taken no
wmjiiui u .........t. . whether .hev will become Rus-
tiueri:enci" :." -. .' . r.-u.i
"'li. S...1 .1.. i.nMiin ii thinc ia or ruiuam ucriuau. vuM.mu
If u"-u"V'"""r"' S?r" '""SZ -Wo must mak no mistake. The" .PARIS. M
1 tmrnitfu uiiu iuc aaiuv mi'Mti naiv .. . . 1 wu j v m - . ii.Ha tn fcMa.
f...!.. rnrno ni tttnt question vfnicn we are now aeciaing re auu w ui mure uiuu su cuuitu- -. nth maintenance or Hhurchos
further force and effect. - .u t !. vrJs. mnne- JrT. Fnph t.attie-frnnt hrlnec nart ?a lu. uwuiienance 01 cnurcnoff.
.$??. K'M lm scarcTly ever be such favoraT up an MrTerestlng question Jn connec- "J f J TJ"T Trl
q'ulrlnrtbatUie ordinances passed by L&' JT&X$tii .nSISn . e the patri-
said Hoard shall be passoa at IW "rrrr : ! ' ..X.C nWth. .t.to. Mn the war Is end- mony or tne state two tnousana a u
churcne3 nave tnus neen iormauy
ed and the problem of the restoration ' the support of all admirers of the old ! tecture. This element la alarmed
of these edifices Is confronted tuero arcnuecmre 01 wpicu wiv ueai opeci- the prospect of th
1 must be a decision whetner. u me meua are ueiuwiuBjaiB. iwio f h H . J5 fa
entente Allies are vicionoua. mia ru- B t.i . .Ui .. -. .. .-- rpnlapt
construction Is to come within the slsts Uie Idea that decorative art may oeing replaced
principles accepted by the government be preservea imiepenaenuy ot jircui- gn
; of Indemnities for war damages
nd 16th centurl
BACKACHE AND JH
)ear Mr. Editor:
For the benefit of others. I glad
sva this statement raeardine the afer-.
classed among the state treasures to its 0f Dr. Pierce's Anurle TablcM. As
I prevent the sale of artistic features ot oeariy 70 yeara of age. I suffejfd fro
tne Duuainga or 19 Keep luiaui uuuu- (backache weak bacK. rneumusm
Intra ? hlclnrln ImnArfQIlPa Of l(itf
classed" churches as they are called
about thirty are among those which
have been demolished.
Church people contend that the
state should unquestionably take upon for these ailments.
Itself the restoration of the thirty! 1 thank him -and wl&a him
ciasseu cuurwuea aup auj uuicrs uj. ju cis item ot reiieviug i"
could not control the ezcr
tidneya. J can safely
uric." the new discovery
Buffalo. N. Y. has done me
good than anything I have eve
Mrs. N. M. Flint.
Note: Ud to this time. ''ADurltf
sufficient artistic value to warrant res-f
t oration and Inasmuch as private In-
dviduals are entitled to Indemnities for
damages to their property. H ia sug- has not been on sale to the people but
gested that the other churches should by the persuasion of many patients an3
I likewise be indemnified- itbe increased demand for this wonder-
j Churchgoers have on this question ful healing tablet Doctor Pierce bu
ailx'decided to put it into the drii
ores 01 this country within imme
ateyfeach of all sufferers.
tor Pierce's .Aa
Tablets. There ew be so Imk
on. KvejypacKag&Jbf "Anuria
sure JaAK Dr. Pta. You vm itul
1 11 ilni in 1 "Mr 1 1 1 1 1 pcxksge just
Dr. Pierce's Fayorite fm
crlption. the ever-famous menu
ailing women and Dr Pierce's Golk-
Meulcal Discovery proven by year
be the greatest general tonic and. n
constructor lor any one.
At any rate don't give up liopfi
being cured of your maiuy uctil - .
uric'' has been tnea. Just a. I'vr u
have proven that it will ta&c one
like a different percsm
Editor Plots iasert 'h's It1
some conspicuous place ia your
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