The Abilene Daily Reporter (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 25, No. 47, Ed. 1 Sunday, June 24, 1923 Page: 2 of 32
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THE ABILENE REPORTER SUNDAY JUNfi 24 1923
EME'5 WINNING CARDS BREAK A
STIIK IS BROKEN LDbiNG STREAK
I T THE YANKEES TIT IS HUFFED
BdSTON June 23.- Ehmke's
"'mine stream wa? broken today
uy Now York. Rush held Boston
ve hits was given excellent
upnort by fecott Witt nnd MoNnl-
y nd turned In a our to nothing
win 6vor his former teammates.
rew vouk inosxox"
AB H O A
aT tn ml. I
1 . rtusnvp
Totals . 34 9 27 nTotals . 3J 5 27 12
a batted for Ehmkc In 7 th
sz baled Tor Ferguson In 9th.
Now York ... .021 000 0101
Boston ...... 000 000 000 0
Summary; Runs tdcNnlly Plpp
Ward. Scott errors McNnlly
Scott. Two banc hits Bcott Bush
"Witt Harris. Three base hlt.Ward.
Left oocoonooooo ooooboaooooma
ltt on base New York 8 Bos-
ton 10. Base on balls Bush 4
Ehmko 4 Ferguson J. Struck out
by Bush 4 Ehmke 4 Hits off
Hhmko 8 In 7 innings; Ferguson
1 in S.
PHILADELPHIA. June 23. The
Athletics defeated Washington to-
day 10 to d. Tho home team bat-
ted Alan Russell off tho mound In
less than three innings. The game
had a sensational ending when Mc-
Qownn caught Oharrlty's fly
ngalflst fhe bleacher vail after It
seemed to bo a mre homo run.
Manager Busn protested that tho
ball had bounced off tho wall but
the umpires rulqd the catch coun-
ted and tho gam was over.
HT I.OtTTR. June 23. Scoring 7
tallies In tho fourth St. Louis broko
Its losing streak and defeated cm-
rncA Jniiiiv. o to S. The Cardinals
batted Qsborno out of tho box In
Toney left tho gamo voluntarily
In the second lnnlmr after a verh.il
tilt with Torporcor and aftor the
crowd had Jeered him Ho subse-
quently stated that he had quit tho
Cardinals as ho believed tne woo-
ing was unjust. '
Flack.r 3 16 0
gmlth.cf 4 2 4 0
Ilotmly.t 4 2
fctock.3 4 1
Toporcr.s 3 0
uianes.i i u
Totals . 37 10 21 8
THEY NAMED IT
; LI N L : Y DAY AI
BEGORRA IT MS
DAM'AS Texas Juno 23 "Con-
lev Day" at Dallns was slcnallfced
by the rjpht bander with tho flrsti
shut-out Mctory Dallas has won
this season. Galveston wai the
victim. 5 to 0. Donohuo' homo
run Jn the first Inning whs enough
tn win Trior to tho game Conley
was presented with a lovJng cup
ana moi.iy assortment or guts
When the "Tiger" Growls
Totals . 3210 27 3
OlMthws.cf 4 2 2 0
OirO)J 4 2 6 0
tPrknsc-1 5 2 7 0
2Hausrl "1 1 5 "
larugy.i-c 3 l l o
0 Welch.r 3 2 0
TotaU . 32 7 2illiTotals . 8515277
i ' " '
x batted for Zahnlser in fl.
By lnnlnga-f- B.
Washlncton j 012 110 000 C
rhlladelnhla 213 000 Slx.-lO
Summary: Runs Peck Judge 2.
Bhteire. Zahnlser: McGawarl. Per
kins HaUser Welch Oalloway 2
Hale Dykes 2 Rommell. Errors
peck Bluege; Perkins. Two baso
bits Judgo 2 Ruel KcGowan
Dykeii Perkins firuggy. Homo
run. PecklnpaUgh. Left on bases
Washington 4 Philadelphia 0.
BasO ort balls Russell 2. Zahnlser 2
Wolberg 1. Rommell 1 Struck
out by Russell 1 Zahnlser 3. Wal
berg 4 Rommell 1. Hits off Rus
sell 8 In 2 2-3 Innlpgs; Zahnlser 7
In 5 1.3; Walberg 6 in 6; Rommell
1 in 3.
Hoot Too Muh.
CLEVELAND. June 23. St
Louis defeated Cleveland 8 4o 2 In
tho first gamo of tho series her
today. The heat wrti too mucn
for Coveleskle and Robertson and
they retired after the first Inning
x Batted for -Cheovcs In 8th.
z Batted for Toney lit 8th.
Chicago ......... 010 110 0205
St. Louis 100 700 lOx 9
Summary: Runs State O'Farrcli
2. Miller. 2; Flack 2 Smith Bot-
tomly Stock Toporccr Blades Mc-
Curdy Stuart. Errors Hollochcr
O'Farrcli 2 Toporcer. Two base
hits. Bottom!?. State Hornsby O'-
Farrcli. Smith. Three base hit. El
liott. Home run. Bottomly. Left
on bases Chicago 9 St. Louis C.
Bases on balls off Osborne 6 tt
Stuart 4 Cheevcs 1. 8truclc out.
by Osbprno 1 Stuart 6. Hits oft
Osborno 3 In 3 1-3 innings oft io
ncy 3 In 2 innings off Cheeves C
in 3 2-3 Innings off Stuart 7 In 7
Innings off Keen 1 In 1 inning.
Glnnti Win 9-5.
NEW YORK Juno 23. Scor-
ing enough runs in the fourth in.
nlng to clinch tho game the York
York Giants turned back Boston
today. 9 to 6.
Nlxon.cf R 1 0
4 Tl If n A
rotals .31 10 21
O rob. 3
Wndpl c 3
Totals . 34
7 21 13
AB HO A
Coiinbh'.s 3 12 1
WanO.l 4 1 12
Totals . 2D 9 27 13
aaHcstoil 000 000 000 0
Dallai ... 200 (TOO 03x
Summary; Runs Conley Wanti.
Donohuo 2 Miithos. Errors DIs
tel Ponohuc. Two bnso hits Con"
Icy. Donohuc Griffin! 3 baso hit
Mathes Homo run. Donohue. Runs
batted in. ly Donohuo 2 Mathes 2
Griffin. Stolen bases Mathes Grlfi
fin. Caught Bteallng. Vaoho. Earn-
ed runs off Connolly B. Sacrifice
hits Connolly. Struck out by Con-
nolly 2. by Conley 2. Bases on balls
Connolly 3. Batsmen hit by Con-
nolly (Donohue). Left on bases
Galveston 7 Dallas C. Double plays
Conley to Whnp: Oslcrgard to Dls-
tel to Kcarns: Connolly tn D'stcl
to Kearns. Time 1:40. -Umpires
Daly and Sweeney.
Too Mnny Bobbles.
WICHITA FALLS Juno 23.
Eight Spudder errors wero largely
responsible for Bcnuhjont's G to 3
victory in tho opening game of the
serlei today. But two of the Hix
runs on staurior wore earneu. i
UICK2 6 1 4 1
35 1127 II
Jamlesn.l 5 2 10
fotals 35 8 27 7 Totals 38 9 28 9
x Jacobson out hit by pwn bat
xx batted for Bedgood in 9th.
"Rv Innlncs B
St. LoulS ....... 200 000 006 ?
Cleveland 200 000 0002
Summary: Runs Robertson
Ezell. Williams Jacobson 2 Me-
son. Homo run. McManUs; left
by. Speaker. Errors. McManus
Schliebner; Speaker. Lutzke My-
ntt. Two base hits Bedgood 2.
Three bise hits Wamby Jacob-
son Home run McNanus: left
on basee St. Louis 8 Cleveland 11.
Base on balls Covcleskle 1 Ed-
wards 2 Bedgood 2 ShoCkor 2.
Struck out by EdwnrdfJ 2. Bed-
pood 4; Snooker 3. Hits off Covtf-
leskie 2 in 1 innings; Edwards 3
In 1 1-3J Betdgood 3 in G 1-3.
Those Hard Hilt In' TJgcrfl.
DETROIT Junfc 23.--Detrolt hit
two Chicago pitchers hard and won
today 6 to 3.
K am in. 3
0 2 0
Honey .3 5 3 2 2
Hellman.r 3 'i
uigney.s 3 2
ooaau.o 3 o
W.Colns.p 1 0
Cole.p 2 1
Totals .31 5 24 10Tatal . 33 13 27 9
x batted for Mack In 6th.
xx batted for Talk in 9th.
By Innings R
Chicago ........ 000 010 002 3
Detroit 110 200 Olx 5
Summury; Runs Kalk JCamm
Elsh Haney CUtshaw Munush
Hollmann 2; error Sheely.
Two base hits Thursday Cobb
Hellmann. Home tun Kamm.
Left on base. Chicago 7 Detroit 10.
Base on balls off Leverette 2. Col-
lins 2. Cole 2. Struo k'out by Lei
iverette 1 Thursday 1 Collin 3.
Hits off Leverette 6 in' 3 1-3 In-
itingA. Thurston 7 In 4 i Cole 3 in
4 2 3 Mack nine In 2-3: Collins 2
in 4 1.3. I
Locates li Abilene
Jamci A Howarton formerly of
Hamilton Texas has moved to
Abilene where he has become as-
sociated with James L Whltt who
recently purchased the J. H. rick-
ns Abstract Company Mr How-
arton who was recently married
In Hamilton is making his home
In College Heights He has had
considerable experience in the ab-
stract business. Mr. Howarton llv-
d in Abilene for about a vear be
gre nolmr to Hamilton
x batted for Ryan in 4th.
tcx batted for pfschger in 7th
JJcsCher.l 3 13
1 i"oombs.2 4 2 0
0 Tanncr.3 4 11
OCotter.l 4 11.'
0 'rlcby.r 2 0 3
1 Welss.cf 3 1 3
0 Jrrccr.s 4 2 2
3 Jonnnrd.c 4
6 1 taUf fer.p 3
totals i 37 8 27l2iTotaJS . 31 9 2J "
ItclTumont A.... 020 000 0130
Wichita Falls 001 002 0003
Summary: Runs Demagglo Kirk
ham. Hubor 2 Strong Lothes;
Coombs Cotter BCrger. Errors
Coombs Tanner 2 Welpi Bcrger
2 Jonnard 2. Two base hits. Tan-
ner. Rerger. Cotter Demagglo.
Stolen bases Huber. Strong Tur-
i - j i. ri.nillMn liltff.
xxx batted for Flllns.hlm In 9th n . bcr;t. Struck
By innings. ut? by Stauffcr L Eberhardt 2.
&StOn ....101 011 001 -. ' iwti- nft tnnffoi- 4. off
iunvo wii ' - ...irr --
Eberhardt 4. Batsmen hit. Lothes.
Double play. Cotter to Jonnard:
Bcschcr to Jonnard to Tanner.
Time of game. 2;35. Umpires Ls-
tllle and O'Hourn.
New York ...... 000 621 OOx- 9
Bpechell. Oescnrer Bngwcll; Ban-
croft M'cusel Young Kelly 2.
O'Connell Snyder Stengel. Errors.
SouthWorth. Mclnnis; Frlsch. Two
bare hits Snyder Bancroft. Three
baso hit 'Nixon. Home runB Fe-
lix Bagw-11. Left on base New
York 5 Boston 6. Base on ball
off Ryan 1 Oeschgfr 3 Jonnard
2. Struck out by Ryan 3 Oesch-
ger 2 FUJlnglm 1. Hits off Rian
4 in 4 innings; Jonnard 6 In 5;
Oeschger 11 in 6; Fllllngslm 0 In
Reds Win in Ninth.
PITTSBURGH JUne 23. Cln.
clnnntl came rom behind todcy
scoring thiee rus In the ninth ahd
dcfentlng Pittsbilrgli 5 to 4.
No .wonder they call Dempsey the "tiger of the ring' just sdo that
nleai look on Ills map. Here In Is In A mlxup with Jack Buike
one of his sparring partners. Although much llghtor than the
champion Burke wrestles him till o or tho ring swapping punch for
CITY TENNIS TOURNAMENT TO
. BE HELD HERE JULY1 2AND 3
ON CLUB'S CONCRETE COURT
A uUy tonn tournament will bo
hcjd in thin city July l 2 and 3
Plans are now undei- way fqr the
staging of the tournament lilch
will bo open to all tennis plajors
of tho city irrespective Of wheth-
er they belong to the Abilene ton-
nls club or not;
The tournament will be staged
onnho twpcoucrcto courts on Or-
ange street the property of the
A list whioh nil those contem
plating entering the tournament
Free and Unlimited
Fishing is Over for
Many West Texans
Burns.r 4 110
AB H O A.
Cnts Win on Bobbles.
FT. WORTH Juno 23. When
Gross and Simon let an easy roller
trlcklo between 'em In the eighth
Inning with two down and throe
on base the misunderstanding en-
nVitnri -tho Cats to win from San
Antonio 3 to 2. Morrison was hit
hard- except in the; pinches when
double plays cut-down tho chances.
Ston allowed but flvo hits but
three of these wore bunched In the
fifth for two runs.
SAN ANTONIO IfOBT WOHTII
AB.H.O.A I AH.H.U.A
2 2 IBrnhrLr
Totals . 39 15 27 15
Totals . 34 10 27 10
x batted for Rlxey in 9th
xx batlcd for Cooper in 9th
Cincinnati 000 110 0035
Pittsburgh 100 120 090 4
8ummnry: Runs Burns 2. Dau-
bcrt Duncan Dressier; Blgbee 2
Barnhart 2. Error Maranvjlle.
Twp base hits Fonseca Earn-
hardt. Threo base hits Bohmc
Blgbee Trayhor Barnhart Loft
on bases Cincinnati 11. Pittsburgh
5. Base on balls off Rlxey 1
Cooper 3. Struck out by Rlxey 4
Cooper 3. Hits off Rlxey 10 in 8
innlpgsj BentoU 0 in 1
'Split Doithlo Bill.
BROOKLYN June 23. Brook-
lyn broke oven In double header
with Philadelphia today winning
tho first game 11 to 6 and lorfinB
the second 6 to 2.
Totals . 21 9 21 14 Totals . 3413 2712
x batted for Hand In 9th.
xx. hatted for Hubbell in 9th.
xxx ran Tor Reuthr in 7
Philadelphia .. OOQ 400 100 B
Brooklyn 020 000 54x It
Summtirv Buns Waiter. Tler-
ney Lee Rapp Galzher Nels 2.
Johnston Wheat 2 Fournier 2
T. Griffith Olnon. Bailey. Smith.
Errors. Waller Bipp Johnston.
T. Oriffltlu Two base hit Taylor-
Throe baso hits Ctz?ner. Wheat.
Homo run Fournier Left on bas-
es. Phlladelphl 6 Brooklyn 6.
Base on balls iff Glazner A Ruo-
ther 2. Hits off Glnzner 7 In 6 In.
nlngp none out In 7th Hubbell 3
in 1 1-3: Smith 2 In 2 Ring 3 In
3-3; Ruether 7 In 7. lilt by pitch
er by Glnznr (Fournier) hv
AB.ILO A.I AB.H.O A.
0 Net rf
4 0 3
4 '1 0
3 0 13
iTlsiTITlTotals 31 "6 27 15 1
Second earns :
0 O.aho.Cf 5 0 0
1 2 2iSearsl 4 2 1
0 1 llKdlnfetn.r 4 3 0
1 3 1 Kraft.l Jl!
0 3 oUlofmnn.2 3 13
0 4 4 1'hclan3 3 0 1
0 6 OTaeneT.s 4 12
I 5 O.Moqre.o 4 2 7 0
0 0 2 St oner. II 2 10 5
iRoss.x 10 0 0
i"Iitexx 110 0
Tilaley.3 0 Q 0 0
305T10(Totals . 3512 2719
x Batted for Pholan In Sth.
xx Batted for Stoner In 8th.
San Antonio 000 020 0002
Ft. Worth 10Q 000 02x 3
Summary; Runs Booe Schulte
Edlngton Hoffman Ross. Errors
Schulte Moore! Sacrifice hlfB Sto-
ner Morrison Two base hit Booe.
Homo run Edlngton. Double plays
Boone to Schulte; Simon to Fuller
to Galloway Innings pitched by
Stoner 8. RUns. off Stdner 2. hits
off Stoner 5 Struck put by Stoner
C( Morrison 3. Bases on balls off
Stoner 3. off Morrison 1. Tim 2
hours Umpires Wejjs-and Bra-
Before starting out fishing this
year better get a copy of tho latent
Texas orinlltml ntuuifes and take
It along w(th jotl.
T 1- A'rill.ir .ittiA line. .Afn.nArl
...Hot l(.vi nhrl Tn-V' n Tfln Of XI M ..- .. . .. . "..
"" " "-"" " '-" ".- iroin t-nnsiov.ii rom ureen couii
now nt Brndlcv .c Newmans ... .'.. . .v. . ... . .. ...
. I -K. w.U - ' J B"UtlM tl.l.fc UIB liaj Ul lt'U iH
ond Street. It Is asked that all
those who aro to trJ;o part in the
tournament slgn .'p as soon us
possible in order lh.it pairings for
inatches may be made.
A ret of rules governing play In
the tournament will bo drafted Vy
tho executcv committee of the
club and wilt bf made public
through tlvo press and also posted
at Bradley Sc Newman's
It is the desire Of the Abilene
club that nil tennis players In the
city participate. The concrete
courts owned by tho club are ex-
cellent ones nrid afford players
a fine opportunity to show their
i . . .
Standing or tjjs Teams
. It. i-cii
WFslls 7 25 597apAnt 38 31
ri j "
Pallas 35 13 .it7Uohumt 3oas
35 30 sssnreve i( n
XV. U I'flt.
FANS RAZZ HIM
ST LOUIS. June 23 Fred Toney
Voluntarily left tho game in the
second Inning today of the Chicago
St. Louis National lenguo contest
and announced ho was quitting
baseball. He satd his action was
duo to Jeering or spectators whn
he reprimanded" Shortstop Toporcer
for not following his sign to play J
close to tniru uaso while ijeathcoto
was at bat.
Toney asserted the booing of tho
fans was unjusu
Tonev has won flvo nnd lost fivp
games for the Cardinals this sea-
son He was Induced to report to
the local club nt the beginning of
the aeason ntter failure to report
last mid-season when sold to the
Cardinals by Boston nfter ho had
failed to report to Boston which
tenm had purchovUhjrH from New
Hickory b O
1 to jtive
rvlce f with
Philadelphia ....310 000 0105
Brooklyn .... 000 01Q 0013
Summary Dunt.Molmn Walker
Tlernev 2 Ring. Nelss High. Er.
To base hlls. rirnw Loach. Wil-
son. Ring. Jllffli. Three base hits
Nels High 2. Loft on base Phil-
adelphia a; Brooklyn 8 Bnso on
halls off Decatur lj Dlokerman 1;
Honry t. Ring q. Struck out De-
catur 1. Dlokerman 2. Ring 2. Hits
off Decntiir In 1 1.3; off Dlok-
erman 3 In 5 2-3; off Hehrelher 2
in 1-3 off Henry 2 in 1 23.
Pallas S. Qahpston 0.
Ufftumont 6 Wichita Falls 0
Fort Worth 3. Sfcn Antoyto 2
San Antonld st Ft Worth
Galvepton 'at pllas
Houston at Shreveport
Beaumont at Wichita Falls
Standing of the. Teams
W L. l'ct I yv L Pet
.V.York 3S t G14lPetrolt 2X 30 .481
1'hlla . 3? 26 552 Wash 25 3.J
rieo 3 J 2t .525k'Iih'axo 24 30
StLgus 2S 29 .49lIi08M)n 21 "32
New Yoik.4 Bostpri 0.
PhllfMlelphla 10. Wnshlpston $
Detroit ChleagB 1
St Louts 8 Cleelapd 2.
St. Louis at Cle eland..
Uhleago- at Petrolt
Bhlladslphla at Washington.
Only thrfift schftduled.
Standlno of the Teams
W. it. I'ct-1 W L
(J York 39 20 .E61Jrklyn 5!9 tl
I'lttsbg 33 23 B89UtLoUtS 31 J9
rtneln 3 21 .879 Boston la 41
ChcaKO 33 29 .532'l'liua it u
Brooklyn 11-2 Philadelphia -J.
New York 9. Boston B.
Clnolnnntl 5 Pittsburg 4.
Sit. Louis 9 Chicago
Pittsburg at St Iau1s.
Clncliuiati at Chicago.
Boston at New. York
Philadelphia at llrookhn
Your hdusd will soetu much
cooler In (he summer If you ia-
move th heavy draperies and
dark colors and keep to greens
and tans that suggest the out of
.. I i m 1 1. I.. f
-t l. mi .ma
tn 111.. dTIUU. man
titi longpr Hip slrglTV
ling.usliamed o yN
st otnitw'. ii.O'trbi
w- is Kuai an aatD remo
Jiomelf HpotaJ'V i
jTtlv nit i.tii. 4Tl ritl.ln!
dublo inurieth - rrom anil
ni-ist iJwvh n llttlo of A
lit andtATorilinir and vou shotlK
B He&Knat otot the worst frc
k...w v . m. B.M.'-!'
r onerf3iae uniliyr
.. 1. ... ....v... .k. ........ .1
V . 4 la Bf'WIIIII K1I.L JIlliUT
Vince is nVd.ed t" w
rthe nkln nnd irnlir n
dye to nalrbr
.strength Otnme as this Is sold tin-
fails to remoe freckles i
l that the day of free and
unlimited angling Is all over down
there. Each fisherman Is allowed
to use but one hook and line th.it
book nnd lino must be attached to
a pole and that pole must bo held
In the fisherman's hands No troti
linos net hooks or bank hooks go.
Tire Isaac W.ihon of the wild coun-
tryslrt can't even 'eprk his fiRhlng
poie i;uo i tonvenient HaliK wnlle
no takes a fiesh chew of fino cut.
He mtist keep the polo In his hands
teaiiy to ank tho little fish out.
It Ijj against the law to sell cral"
pie. bass fr cattish caught from tho
waters of 'thirty-eight Texhs coun-
tiei. This law went into 'effect
Juno 13. The desirable fishing
Piacflri. on the Concho Colorado
SHiljlm Guadalupe. Cental. OPC-
os BlaniMi San Gabriel Llano.
Devils prady Creek Pecan Bayou
hnd Several other fresh water
mmains are Included. The state
commissioner at game fish and
oyster has announced thfr station-
ing of deputies to nee that the law-
Is ontorflecL . In tHo Counties of
JtexM Cfuadhlupe Gonial oKrr and
Mrtiiderli It Ik Illesul to take crnp-
pie lBfi or catfish li) any way dur-
ing the m'opths of February JJarch
.Texas is determined to protect
nor game nsh aud tbe now laws
worji designed to secme that end.
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MATCH DUE TO Cf
II THRILLER TODAY
Interest in golf tlrcles in Iho clt
wilt bo centered this afternoon
around tho match between Roy
Morgan and A T Jones who are
meeting at tho Abllerte dolf Club
course to decide tho wlnnor of tho
first flight In tho annual tourna-
ment of tho club. The match Is to
start at 130 O'clock this afternoon
and It Is expected that a largo Bal-
let y will bo present to follow the
play Tito mutch Is expected to be
tho best so far of tho tournament.
J. O. Qrion defeated O. C. Mc-
Donald In tho second flight of thf
tournament. 8 to 7 ntul in tho
third flight J. L MoDavId wi 1
meet Leo Henry for the title.
Two consolation flights have
been run off. theso being tho second
consolation flight Homer Scott de
feating P. c. Campbell G aud 4.
and John Price defeating Lloyd
MtCartv In tho third consolation
i and 3.
TEXAS IttiAN TO STOP PAY-
MENTS KLEAGLE SAYS
BOTH PICTt'REH SHOWtMJ AT THE Q" Fl'N THEAVM TUH
WEEK ON THUHSP.n HtlUAP M S TI RnAY
(Continued from page one)
clarlpg he has acted entirely with
in ins rights and authority as em.
peror of the Ku Klux klan In
founding the Knights of Kiimolla
William J. Simmons Issued a state-
ment today replying to tho nctlan
of the Klan officials In obtaining
nn Injunction yesterday temporari-
ly restraining him from tirocoedlng
with the organization of the Kam-
clia. "The proceedings Instituted by
H. W. Evans In Fulton county su
lierlor court to enjoin mo from cs.
tablishlng tho Knights of Kame-
Ha" the statement said "Is only
another attemnt on his nart to In
tercept mo in carrying out my origl.
mat purpose nnd plan of perfecting
an organization of native white
American citizens of the Protes-
tant faith. This attempt will bo
as futile to arrest the development
of that order as were his violent
and vehement nttempts to arrest
the knmella the women s order
which I founded some months ago.
"This restraining order obtained
by H. W Evans will temporarily
prevent the coming together of
lG.dOO Klnnsmcn on Saturday
night ns has been nrrnnged" thnt
those worthy Klansmen might bo
Instructed In the higher ordor ot
Hearing of the petition for a
rocolver for the Ku Klux Klan fil-
ed by David M. Rittenhouse1 of
Philadelphia and others a few
w'ecks ago today was sot for Juno
29 by JudKO John D Humphries
in Fulton superior court. Tho suit
ngnlnst AVllliaip J Simmons eni.
peror of the Klan. to enjoin him
from further organization of the.
Knights of K.unolia. filed yestor
day by the Ku Klux Klan. was not
re-ached and gots over for a week
n I i
COWMAN" ASSERTS THAT
HE WAS V.AH.VEI) TO LOOK-
OUT FOR. H. U ROBEKTSON
(Continued from page onc)
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How many husbnuds" aro heroes?
Or nre ALL husbands heroes '
It largely dop'onds on how lo' -j
n innn fink linnl. n lllialiil .1 t ill
("cynically Inclined will tell you
If ho Is a hero or not. The supor-
cyWcni will declare Will nil the
lm nnd vigor pt unfortunate ex-
perience that ANY husband is i
horo that the moment h male pn-
son Ufcomei? a husbanl he i.
nmtlc4.'iy assumes obligations a 1 1
responsibilities thnt-onlllo him to
a pl.-o among the herolo Of his
In "'Heroes ami Husbands" ICath-
erine McDonald's latest prdduc-
Hon for Fhst National release.
which w!)l bo seen for the firjt
thno lrt this city at the Queen
Thenter where It begins a threo-
day run on Mondaj Charles Login'
the author ievearii working ut
Of tho query that is very delight-
ful In comedy opportunities nnd
then when ho approaches his bi
climax for the ake of impressing
his audience he resovti to a voc.v
adroit touch of tn lodramn nwl
Introduces a mysterious shooting.
Ww4..tTOsiii i i...i.fc-fcfc-. .AJTHHl
AT THE IlSSrON
IJDCiAR LEWIS'S "LAHOMA" ..
FILM THAT WILL LIVE
If nny ninn ilislrc to bo flrt
tin? Mime shall he last of nil and
scM'nnt of nil Jlarfv 0::i5.
Honor and fortune exist for him
who -always recognizes the neigh-
borhood of the great always feel
himself in tli'1 presertco of high
.c u ses. E m e rs ap .
i '.' i
Starch your handlkerchlofs nnd
iron thorn smoothly lefor you
mark them with indelible ink and
you can jjri much neater and
more effeCthe job.
Enapu'l Wiiro '
ClOan your white enamel ware
that has become- discolored wltn a
niste of salt and vinegar
' Ml I! I I II
Aim Id no
Pour liquid from a medlciiio bot-
tle on tho Hide opposite tho label.
Then If It spills over you will not
have blurred the directions.
James L. White .
es L fcwhi formor of
ooJflhas iur hasoU'Hie J
ui Absliact t'omiTunl lo
ut riunis -tH4-ifi6 cinyeps
ijd B:nl BuljlUbg .M.isih
i a i ill ltrieUnm whofffor-
operipcd vb abstract oilant
4t biA coiwiei ted wlthiit In
J Whit' JinsNiid elevofl
ejy h.iHe f tlie liuSlncHs He
it jjjrrPnovVlng the bookiTand recordH
rof the mXct A-Jm them In a
thoroughly upVlodat condition
making It possible to turn (nit ab-
stracts in a nitulinuiu length of
James A. Howarton another ex-
perlsnced man in the abstract
Vhuslness having movd to Ablleno
from HRtnlunn Texas Is associated
with Mr. witlla In the austraot
buslnens. The mime of the firm
will continue to be the J. H. Pick-
ons Abstract Company
Anyone nooning atwtraet work o
any nature can get the qulckes
poesibio atteutloh by calling lis
or Coming tn the office of the
plant In the Citizens Bank Building.
torneys and witnesses. They are
alt worn out but the trial is pro-
ceeding with relentless precision
am with a minimum of delay.)
frOm all causes.
Something Jlko 23 charactor wit
noflscs were introduced by the Aa-
feJ'se during the morning among
whoin wefc men from more than a
dozen West Texas counties. Most
Of these were cattlemen who tes-
tified upon the. teputatlon of 11. L.
Robertson and Dave Allison ns be-
ing "dringerdus nnu.loIent men
Who would ho calculated to carry
out any threat they would make
against nnv man." Among these
witnesses wore Cal Holland La-
inesa j j. Spires Andrews roun.
ij vnas. Jjernn. I'ndUcnb T .1
Harrison Dickons; Oern McClure
Spur; Judkln of Glasscock AVJll
Oateif. Aniews county; Over-
street anil Tom Dodson of Dickens
county; I. V. MCKlrov of7f.ff n.i.
vis; C. M. Walling Sierra Blanca:
.. ii. jururuuiiii llUU.spcin Tom
Jlaol) nnd A. B. Parcell of Stcrra
Blanco. Tom Cross tlm first wit-
ness of the defense testified nn to
the alleged killing of Mr. Boykm
by IJ. L Robcrhob In 1914 In a
dispute over a cattle deal
Special to The Reporter.
LUBBOCK Texas J-uiie 23 -
Tom Ross on trial for tho killing
of Davn Allison took the witness
stand in bis own behalf In dlstrbt
court this afternoon and tfir wvnml
fhoiirs Wa;e answers to questions
yirod at him by buth defense and
jiroflocuiors. it is tile rirSt case in-
olvlng the slaying of Allison and
H. L. Roberft.n cottle Inspector.
at Seminole for which 'Ross nnd
Milt ClOod ranchers are under In-
dlctmont Ross took the stand at two o'-
clock this afternoon after a day
that had been spent mostly in
examination and Cross examination
of cjiaracter witnesses. Ho under-
went a detailed examination by
the defense and a vigorous ami nro.
longed cross oxnmlnation by the
state led by Attoinoy Moses of the
Texas ft Southwest Cattle Raiser
Association who Is assisting in tho
recouutod tho story of tho
doublo slajlng in tho hotol at 8pm-
lnote together with other details
V ReEijactcd St'ciie.
The weather was sweltering hot
out the nacked courtroom was
quiet and attentUo throughout. In
the cross examination tho entile
scene of the killing was not only
described but also enacted by Rpss
an I Mnse Chairs wero placed
doors Indicated ai)d the seono re-
enacted In full.
Sharp tilts botween Attorneys
Bledsoo of the dofenso n))(j jiosos
of thO state wero features of the
afternoon requiring a reprimand
fiom the Judgo several times. The
threat testimony was sharply at-
tacked by the state throughout the
cross examination ns was the tes'N
mony of tho relative positions of
H. L Robertson Allison Ross and
flood and other persons In the ho-
tel lobby and tho hearing those
posltions'would have on placements
6f the fatal wounds.
Ross testified that directly fitter
the shooting of Roborson and Al-
lison in the hot.el lobby Mrs. Rob
prson came down tho stairs step-
pod over Allison's body nnd re-
turned upsta)rs for her guii and
upon her return fired at him
(Ross) nnd slightly wounded him.
He stated that thW had two Win-
chester rifles n shotgun and two
pistols fn the par when he nnd
tiood stopped at the hotel. i
Ross was still on the stand 'at
OncO qory so often a producer
flUeceods Jn producing a photoplay
that excels In nlue as well us" tn
dramntlo appeal Of such quality
Is th feature "L-hopia" which
in the lore of tho frontier Is an
abbreviation of OkKilionia.
Edgar lcwts who has a long
list of remurkiible films to his'
credit took his entire company to
the plains' of Oklahoma and suc-
ceeding In ronrodeine i Iviil nnd
graphic pittufe of piobeer dajs on
the Western plains The. hazards
and hardships of tle "boomers"
their feuds and fighting their sim-
p'o pictures and' lonely sorrows
--In fact their vetS'lfves are copi-.
plotely. re-llved. re-born in "La-
hOma.' Wo wish t every t-chool
child and a good many grown-ups
could see this interesting enter-
taining photoplay which shows at
the Mission Theatro Monday and
'R0D0LPH VALENTINO '""ALL NIGHT"
j CA lrtlVERiAl PSOPWCTlOM OCCUXt t
1 BROADCASTING I
EH AMD HOT "FDEE TD'GIV
PEPPER PLAYERS ; VOGAL
DELIGHTED FANSr THESD
Grmes Mtqee AhUeno jouth
with a talent for song furnished
WCJa'p. fans with a splendid hour's
entertainment Friday night. Assist-
ed by tho "Hot Popper" orchestra
Mr McCJee carried' o.iit an infor-
mal program which drew many
telephone' calls from delighted
fans and boosted WQAQ's popUt-
Star football plfer and all-
'roijnd athloto of Rico lurftifute
vherO ho completed his studios' thlo
jear. Mr McGeo is possessed of a
voice of great jiower. peculiarly d-
ni'tVil to radio broadcasting He
X Hot follow a cut-and-drled
program lint solected as he went
alojig tho number of his program
and his eholeo of songs proved
a hit with the listening ladlo huge
The "Hot I'opper" oroodtra
proved a aiilQhlo JcSCUJTvt
ier ' with
W II Tiee ci-.lilir of the First
Stato lKink Of Abilene ill be pres-
ented in a vof.il redtsil Titesdav
owning by Station WQAQ Mivti
Lutllf AuteO will as--lnt as accom-
panist and pjano Holoist
For Thursday -bight the attrac-
tion will be Igverftt hepparO and
Bill Cjrtcr cM-neMstri.
Mr. Five's program for Tueslla
1 The tlttiMlert of Roses Schmld
A LUU" A ofteyBona.
2 Tliat Tumble Down Shack In
Athlonet CaWo-Sandf rs.
Mighty Mk' a Rose Netn.
8. .Mother Mochrce Ball.
A yorfect Day hond
A Want AcL Will Do It
I. S. Brown nnd Manlv Hank
hao gone to Del Rio where th v
will attend the convention of tin
Taas (loat Ruiseis' Asspclntion
They mado the trip by automobile
D M Cogdoll of Snyder and Ho1
land Cogdellvof New Mexico nie hi
Abilene srjilT0JnHi fevonys with'
t Tee ind
Ah Ith -ind
yfatlnn will bo
Ultll in ftlVf
ii Serx ice with
Mr and Mrs. R. II Compton hav
returned from nn automobile trip
to Dallas Bryan Waco and Eaft
Texas points 7"
i. 1 ' 1 1
. The Ltulget for the city of Abi-
lene during the ensuing year ws
rrtieled by the mayor at the isgu-
lar meeting of the city cntmnhi-
slon Friday afternoon. The budget
was plr'ed on file by Mayor Charles
E. Coombes for the eontideratlnn
of tho commissioners ana wlll.be
passed upon nt the next tegular
meeting next Ft(dft
. t xwJP . 7 .1.
" Wlun vju WjfM lit it f s
lie Awjnvfj ai -yfmle V
j in Ail'nolrfi Hi be 4I
2 von imuM V v
..I x I r X.
l UOjAlltc oLyfl
ic hame L
I "ABILENE SPBQIAL" t
.. isiivur jaiico
n Jiu CliMttiut Street
(.'cm Monday and 'J iliwl.iy
Thumb Nail Thpmo' John Ham-
mand aJiJlured by his cold blooded
aristocratic wife Joan jiot to hpl(l
the drunkeni and .wteeteful flancee
of hla sister WeXty Hanmond. llkes-tha'youndr-'fellow.
Richard Burton ""
Und detwnines 4o -hethj hfm fiiq.
ietly--o4 lis endorse Burton note
for te.n thousand to help.'hlm start'
an nrohlte'cturarbMBiiUKW of.hi.sOM.il '
! Burton expects by success ami haul
wotk. to tegnin the faav of Betty
HRmmtiml who has chnrqrrcd wfthj.
hor fifster-iu'law's Wlsli art-d 'broken
her engastenlont with liirii. Ham-
mond Questioned about the finan-
cial favor by his wiife. tells a ""lie
Vf' evasion." From that lip irnsw '
I more lio? more OMt'-lonn bltttr
! Svonls public detiiiuvialun.H .(
Molding social st.mdal. tjip deith
of a prominent Hocicty clubm.ih. .1'
trail of broken Jwnits APd Wastetl
hopes until tho groat drignn of
dei ett draws the cowed figuiea hi.
Itllo drama Into n ennrtroom wheif
Honor Meiev l'rtdu nd JUovo aio
tho battlers in a fight 01 cr poiuc-
thing that gr"W out ' of nothing
From io to lie and crlir-f to crime
the 1 hni'ttf tern move in one t?t the-
strangest "torlps cver Mntten. (.Icm
IMondui and Tudti.v.
fstm - .' f.
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The Abilene Daily Reporter (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 25, No. 47, Ed. 1 Sunday, June 24, 1923, newspaper, June 24, 1923; Abilene, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth317337/m1/2/: accessed April 19, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Public Library.