The Abilene Daily Reporter (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 25, No. 47, Ed. 1 Sunday, June 24, 1923 Page: 22 of 32
The following text was automatically extracted from the image on this page using optical character recognition software:
TTJWTlXi T-tssJisrTTTsr rr-TCMi-r 'trr-r-rrr-vr i n-"W-n-j"(i -
THE ABILENE REPORTER SUNDAY JUNE 24 1923
300 Rescued at Sea When Liner Sinks in Collision
-(; - . mu I m w "" . ss v AuA a wit v il l isi
- v v Jr I 7-1 n Aii 1 V-. M
M If t f f Uii r WSfctfTMiMI aiWrfUltvJ
'. .lJ.'' " ji"" i mi i
.. L1u.jjr M mVTi"' . . .. ."
"When the American liner BalaahnrnnUnod the Hrltlsh H. y. Graphic Cubovfo)
passengers many cu them women ndYchllilron. fnceq
in; iJbUaat-Louifh 30D
a HUnden Jieam for the ramnidd-steamer began
to Kink immediately. AH were ave.(ft.foy tteamers ansvdrlnu the- S. O. 8. call This "photo was taken
jUDt ns the Graphic began to sink-.
BY 1IAUIIY I HUNT
NKA Service Writer
WASHINGTON Juno 22. pres-
ident Harding's departure for Alas-
ka on June 20 Will. bo tie signal
'lor the scattering d? bfg and? ll.ttlo.
dlgnltarlcs from' Washington. I'ol-
Jticlans and diplomats nlikft have
dectded there's no use staying In
tho Hwolterlng citpltal while the
r"blg chief" Is away.
Secretary Hughes who will stick
i Jon the Job through tho summer Is
one of tho few exceptions.
Harding Incidentally la "all sot"
for no less than 19 scheduled for-
mal addresses during his- trip.
'Probably the most notable1 of these
will he that at Vancouver'.' Blltlsh
..Columbia on July 26. That will!
bo an occasion for a. real kcynoto
'address on American relationships
Harding's visit to Vancouver will
be the third occasion on which a
TJnlted Stutes president has stray-
d from tho soil over which' b
The f'rst was; when President
-Xaft met Diaz of Mexico on tho old
-international bridge between
"Brownsville Tex. and Matamoras
Mex. Taft didn't actually get into
Mexico but his act was considered
as the breaking of tho century-old
precedent ngafnst. presidents stray-
ing .from home.
President Wllson'a trip to Eu-
rope for participation Ip 'tfye Paris
pdace conference shattered 'what
"was left .of the tradition making
Harding's Vancouver expedition
comparatively nlmple to arrange
although as senator Harding was
bitterly oppbsed to Wilson's EU-
rppe?ji visit. .jJIK" ' j
The proudest -American thene.
Uya ja an Italian. That fs.Tie was
an Itiilfah ' before' becoming natur-
alized. His name Is Frank Pignone
and he Is by profession a master
Frank's prldo Is due to the fact
that Al Lasker has picked him as
boss barber on the good Bhlp Le- g
Vlathan. which will resume Euro
'pean schedules after complete Te
furnishing July 4. FranK expect
to continue to have many good
i.in?n by the nose In his new Jpb.
- Certain Shrlners played a long
;ihot In psychology at the recent
Washington conclave and lost.
The lid was on tight. The weath.
. r was not the "sands" were dry.
-Itoy Haynes enforcing prohibition.
had back of his activities an edict
from the president himself a
Bhriner to bar" out booze at all
But one bunch of thirsty Bhrlne
band boys marching In review past
the presidential 'reviewing' stand
sought 'to get a subtle appoal
across to their fellow noble.
' "Mnybo he'll trtk6 tho hint We'll
try' itr anyway" they decided.
So when they 'swung Into ptop
through tho Garden of AHnh
whore Noble Wnrr.en Gamaliel it
In hir rd fez their shoulders Wg-
Red and their tongues grew dry
an they dolefully mournfully lug-
ubriously almost sobblngly rolled
out the moving notes of "How
Dry I Am."
But all It .got .from Warren was
a smllo. Tho' lid Wasn't loosened
oven a tiny bit.
Speaking qf the Shrlners tho
'no'who fclt-most-at home of the
twiiqie outrit wqHJlirza HUHOTin
K.nhn Alrtl Ptrpintt minlstor to
Washington.- Bod iezzos and bag-
gy trousqrii worn ns wolcomo to
him a npple plo and flapjack
. ' 'i
riCttlns tho-Worhl Know It
At tho recent national eloctrl"
light association convention in
New York Bruce Barton an nd
vertlln export formerly manug-
ing editor' of a Chicago publlc'nT
tlop ttinde a striking nddreso t)u
advertising' that was ontlrely out
of the ordinary While primarily
directed to electric advertising Ha
spirit Is applicable to all buslnos.
Two stories told by Mr Barton
on amusing the other preg
nant with suggotlon-t-wMt Interest
business mon. The first was about
an advertising solicitor for a. clr-
t'us who went in advnhce of. tho
show to sell udvortlslns spaco on.l
either sldo of tho elephant during-
I ho parade una day he camo to
a town that had only one " store.
Whose proprietor told him ho hadij
been In business thoro for twontyn
years that everybody knew him
and conupmiontlv ho needed n$ ad-'
"Wh:tl Is that building over.
thoro " Asked the solicitor. "Thatl
in tho Methodist Church" ropllo'r
1 thO merchant "How long has it
been thero?" "Oh 1 don't know;
76 yiars. nrobubly." "And yot
jald the solicitor "ihcv ring tho';
rhurchbell every Sunday morn-
ing!' The second story was about
Joseph the- first son of Jacob and
liar-ho) who was bated by his half
brothers whoso mother was Jran
They sold him when 17 years of
age- Into slavery and ho wns car
rled 1ovn. ihto Egypt and becamu
thfe stavo of Potlphar captain of
Pharanh'M guard. His integrity
and gift prophecy together with
rare business foresight and ability'
won the attention of PharaOln
who made him his prime minister.
His administration was remarkable
for wisdom and honesty. Hlsl
fame wan widespread and Ills ser-
vices InvnlUnblq Finally Pharaoh
died and the Bible nays: "Now
there aroso up a now King ovor
Egypt which .'knew not Joseph.'
Evory day tho patrons of every
bufiness enterprise tiro dying to
make room for a new goneratlon
that Is being horn. Tho old Pub-
lic dies. ti'l lh new Public Is
born day by day and tho nrti
Publjc knows not: tho Joseph that
Is to i the buslncss-r-pntronlzod
by tho detid Public That Is why
constant dally advertising Is ncces.
sarv for the continuance Of tho
prosperity of all business In cltiod
groat nntl smnll Mr. Bnrtoni
made his point In his advertising
Rnrmnn. from the text found lit
Exodus first chapter and eighth
versv: "Now' thero arose up a
new. king over Egypt which 'knew
not Joscph.'V-ChlcnRb Journal
I SiRAWBRIDGE ELECTRIC CO.
The complete wiring of Abilene's "Electric
Home Beautiful" was performed by tiie Straw-
bridge Electric Gmipffify contractors
strictly the'serylces of the Commriy may be ob-
tained for nyelectrical Contracting job small or
large with the assurancajtr&t the same:high stan-
aara or worKiwm result as as.M0Dtainea m trie
r - t
1 "EleetttcHame Beatf
W. P. Striwbridge
WORK UNDER CONTRACT:
New Paxton Building
Abilene High School Building
West Texas Utilities Company Building
- Tiiiiiiiiiiii tiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiil il I jiiiMiiii I Mil ii iiiinif il if i if ii iiiiiiiii ii il rum ur nit
When You ?
"y Sr - -''
iDoratmg 1 I
yfldid this work on
tup unsiv drATTTTunn
1 - - "
mi 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 r r 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 f 1 1 u 1 1 1 M 1 1 1 1 f 1 1 f 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 f 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 iji
You Can Find Him at
906 PECAN STREET
Or Phone 1417
& J i II U
i.) " 1
1 ' t 1
V" i i
llllllllllll llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll lllllllll llll 1
All Plastering l
mm rmWmim i If
aC. AJri'fT Ijr J L. . ..5
Vft' DONE BY J I
j T f j ri
Liiiy Y-iuwiiv 111 mu .y
"rlnmP RpnntifiiF ' . '
807 Beech Street : 1
A FREE EDUCATION
For a Few Hours Spare Time Work
A Lifetime Scholarship
And $10.00 in Cash Given Away Free
The Reporter has already given away several Life Time Scholarships in
Draughon's Business College and Ten Dollars in Cash to each of the suc
cessful persons for getting Fifteen Yearly subscriptions to The Abilene
Morning Reporter. There is a number of other boys and girls who will
i soon be presented with Free ScholarshiJtepojrter wants to give
away several Scholarships in each tcwniriWestTexhs. IKvou want a busi-
2 ness college education here is alden opportunity to get it ABSO
LUTELY FREE ! . i " '
Here Is All ohHave to Do
Get Fifteen (15) Yearly Subscif i
The subscriptions arc only $3;0Q per year and
Would cost you from $6Q.Q0'to $75.00 Two subscriptioi
count tlc same as one for one y.our.' I And you may havl
three years in advance 'This is. perhaps the most LIBt
men and" young vomon to get ri business edilcation. tm
yes in a few hours sparo tunc work! Your friends .will'
get an education tney-nrc- glad to assist you in every jn
A TEN DOLLAR BONUS EXT)
If you Secure the. fifteen yearly subscriptions or tlie $7.r)00 worth -withinuvo weeks from the time you begin
we will giye you TEX DOLLARS $lJiQ0) EXTRA IN- CASK. Vou CAKT LOSE in this proposition.. ' Jf.you
don t complete the $v.00 worth of subscriptions or want to stop botoiTbu jiiiikIi the Reporter w'urpay y.ou.ftfteon
per cent cash ql tlie money you take in on-subscriptions.
RULES AND REGULATIONS
This is not.a contest and you are taking no chances on having some one beat you. You have no One .working against
you there is nd competition and there are no votes given for subscriptions. You merely havo to get $70.00 Worth of
subscriptions and the FREE SCHOLARSHIP IS YOURS. We do not have any certain number of Scholarships to
give. away. The number is unlimited Everybody who wants one can get one. . .-' .'
Renewal subscriptions count the same asnev oncss. However all subscribers must;rosuto outside of Abilene and.
get their. papjr bymauV Contestants may live in-Abilene or in any part of "West Texas. . But o subscription will
count that is mailed or delivered to any address within .the city of Abilene.
Fill out the entry blank on this page and majl'or bring.'to .the. business .office of THE ABlLENll REPORTER.
You will bo given a receipt book order blanks and necos.sar.y. material to work Avith- There is'.no.obligation'.attacli-
ed to-this proposition. It edsts liothirig to enter and you lftYve nothing t'p .lose. "'.'..- '' .' . '''
All subscriptions must be paid in cash bofore the Scholarships will -bo given Xo- subscription --for more than
THREE years will be accepted. All subscriptions must be by ih'a'Jl only. . ' .'''
The campaign is open to all and thorc are'no time limits.
1 Tfll JL
Dtions tori he R
1 can a
bilene Morning Reporter
secure $75.00 -worth we giye 'you a Scholarship that
x months each or four fpr thtflo months each will
friends 'who will 'give you aubscriptioh for. tW6 or
i'fer evor made by a newspairertb'hclp- worthy young '.
et'.the $7f.00 worth of subscriptions in a few 'days
'lad to help you because when they see you striving to
If. you. do not have time now to earn a: Schblarship;.
n surely Win a Free Scholarship this summer BUT NOW IS THE BEST TIME and lit takes y.ou only. a. few
to complete the required immber. The Scholarship is good any time you want to use it IT'S ArLlFETlME
.atjqhtp '. - ' '''. '
RATES ON 'THE -REPORTER BY MAIL -
ONE YEAR ...;... $5.00 SIX MONTHS ....;...... . :'$2';70"
THREE MONTHS ....$1.35 ONE MONTH..... '..50c
These rates include Daily and Sunday (Six papers a week) with the BIG EIGHT PAGE FUNNY PAPER ON
SUNDAYS. The Abilene Reporter is the leading. Daily paper in West Texas with a daily circulation of more than
FIVE THOUSAND. The Reporter carries FULL ASSOCIATED PRESS REPORTS just .like tlie. biggest dailies in
the State sells for about one-half the pnice of the larger papers and gives you more WEST TEXAS NEWS than
any of the other papers. Mail your subscriptions in as fast as' you receive them. Mohey order cash or check hiiist
accompany all orders. ' . ' " .'.'.
AN EARLY START MEANS AN .EASY FINISH
Let your dreams of wanting a business college education come true. A number of people already are at work
and.will so.on have their FREE Scholarships. MAlvE UP YOUR MIND NOW TO GET ONE OF THE FREE 'SCHOL-
ARSHIPS. You can got tho required subscriptions in a short time and the Scholarship is yours. We will give you
your choice of Scholarships either .bookkeeping or short hand.
Every person who enters this campaign i guar-
anteed Fifteen Per Cent commission on all sub-
scriptions or a FREE SCHOLARSHIP when
you get a total of $7500 worth of subscriptions
There. will be no losers. Your friends will bo
glad to help you win a Scholarship.
NOT A CONTEST Wlien you .enter this. cam-
paign .or- proposition you are viiot in a cimtost
to get votes. You have no one working against
you. Tho matter of securing a FREE SCHOL-
ARSHIP is strictly up to YOU and when YOU
get fifteen yearly subscriptions or a total of
$7500 worth the scholarship is yours.
(Fill in This Coupon' and Mail1 Today)
THE ABILENE MORNING REPORTER: V
. v '.
I am .intprostod. in your Free Scholarship- proposition.
Simd. me lull particulars and n.ecosary supplies
See Me at Jennings Lumber Co.
Address Box 187
Here’s what’s next.
This issue can be searched. Note: Results may vary based on the legibility of text within the document.
Tools / Downloads
Get a copy of this page or view the extracted text.
Citing and Sharing
Basic information for referencing this web page. We also provide extended guidance on usage rights, references, copying or embedding.
Reference the current page of this Newspaper.
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/m1/22/: accessed April 26, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Public Library.