The Abilene Daily Reporter (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 21, No. 285, Ed. 1 Wednesday, February 13, 1918 Page: 2 of 6
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THE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TEXAS
--For erasing Proswinnfcm Frqm the fnce of Hip oai'th ami
forever crushing Sis lemli'f is" tlemopm liberty ami lni-
ninnity. -The tnsk is lough fiiul expensive lml we've tackled it
mill MIST FINISH IT. ' .
-The means 1o this end is the purchase of W. S. H. iind
Thrift stamps.' In purrhnsin tlirw little interest bearing
government securities you ore aiding in the War for III-
MANITY ami Jt'STtCB.
For Felmtflr Ilief -fwT jou $4.13. On .Tanunry 1st lsvjt
they will he worth $3.00--in other words you lire drawing
i per rent intei esf roinpowiital quarterly for yaur personal
reward.. ' K
- These sluinps on sale by h11 hunks jrostoffici'synnd tliffer-i-iit
iippoiiili-il .tp'iiti. HIV THKM.
FIRST STATE BANK
AbHetie Corner North 2nd and Pine Sts
i iWi il V Vfi "i TTTTTiTCT i 11 iTi 'P fl '1 f Til'Vif 17 1 "
77e Quality Store
HIGHEST GRADE LOWEST PRICES
EJxtrn Fancy Corn- ...-i . ...loc pur can.
Kxivn fcjMimJnrd Corn 12lc per enti
No. l Toimvtoes .--- lTc por can
No. 2 Tomatoes 12'j per unn
One dozen highest jrrnile UriiTni Dessert' Assorted Table
Fruits --v . $3.5 per dozen
Chandler Bl Schuitz
4 lUiones - No. 8'JU
PLMI TO HEWAHD-
FAMOUS .lOLHIT PRISON NARDBN
(HTI.INBS NBW PLAN OF
SPR1NGP1&LD. 111. Feb 13. A
plan whoraby prlsonor at .lotlut pen-
itentiary by gaining iiTJNt maj lie
promoted from u guarded cell lo res-
idence In & cottage outside tho walls.
la announced by John 1. Whitman
state superintendent of prisons.- Uu
believes Hint many Inmntos of penal
Institutions nro capable of roclanm-
tlon The plan as outlined tentatively
by Sir. Whitman will wnlio It possible
for the nuui who finds himself behind
prison hars to benoflt by application
to bin tusks unci by showing himself
No radical change Is cmilemplaloil.
it 1st announced whllo lh projopt
prison equipment Is In lino the nicw
being to inaugurate tho scheme wlion
tho now .lollot plant lncatod on h
2 ouu aoro tract near the old. I ready
for occupant y. Progress is now be-
ing made it Is said toward tho com-
Utlon of the new Institution.
In the Hfo of uvory prUonrs four
stages will bo possible under tho con-
templated plnn. as fallows:
First: Confinement in n ceil and
Second- Confinement in a cell hut
with certain privileges earned by good
t onduct a
Third: Residence In a cottage out-
side the prima walls with supervision
Fourth' Residence on the prison
honor farm with larger libertine and
It H hoped to roar range the pres-
ent Illinois gyetom of parolo m that
e.en- ptjraan who Hooks to be pa-
roled shall have damonatratml hi tit
le to such action before a petition will
"When a prlwtnor robs in. indr
the now plan he will 1ms placed In
class cno without privileges" sold
'Mr Whitman TnJsi he shown
i utilities 'that eutitle him to mor
freedom or actios lie will remain
tl'ere f. Iiowover he fre jevldonc'
of a dfatr to do riuht. fulfill hl Uut
as It Is indicated to him and better
Ins condition he will be aUod In
every way by tho authorities."
It Is the intention to msta a care-
ful study of vnr nun onlering the
prison. His record wlU bo at hand.
In addition ho wlll he given a physi-
cal oxumtnntlnn A psychologist will
obporve his niontnl qunlltles hi tcn-
dcitcioA and his wuaknoases He will
io allowed to state his preference as
to employment and tasks adapted to
IiIm ubllltioH will be chosen for him.
in hort. there will be a systematic
effort to lenrn evorythlng posslblo
about every. Inmate of the Institution
Promotion will bo on tho basis of
merits and it will not bo Impossible.
Mr. Whitman stntod Tor bad conduct
to tciunic demotion.
Kbr sovorltl yuurw prisoners have
been working on tho honor farm with
little restraint and few safeguards
against escape. Under the scheme
voutemplnted according to Mr. Whit-
man thero will be Iosb likelihood of
desertion liecniiBo the mun rouihini;
this stage will hnvo been carefully
tested ns to their reliability nnd wor-
The eotmge bleu of housing trusted
prisanors ! now in Illinois. It Is
planned to build tliu cottages sub-
stantially and to have from a dozen
to twenty men llvo In each. Mr.
Whitman hopes thus to touch convicts
the art of living toxolhor and ob-
serving the ethics of society The
ground will be policed an are the
streets of anjrtttixKttsJMt whether
mere ii to itra symom t nf gov
enuueut t n ho village hu ufit been
COMES TO CLOSE
AFTER I MONTHS
By Special leased Wire.
WASHINGTON Feb 12 tontro-
versy over Amefican war efficiency
and reorganization promises soon to
reach concrete form In congross. The
setiato military committee- Inquiry
which began Just two months ago was
concluded today with tho submission
hy Secretory linker of confidential
information regarding shipping facili-
ties. About the same time it became
known thnt President Wilson oppos-
ed to the committee's hill for a war
council and Inunltlons director plans
to begin tomorrow conferences wHh
members of congress republicans and
democrats calling thorn to the White
House to dlsuss legislation giving him
power to effect reorganization as he
desires Tho bill ho had Sonator Ov
erman introduce last week and which
he talked over Inst night with Senator
Overman probablv will be amendml by
the Judiciary committee ami soon
brought before the senate
Alitlenn AUiloncr Ciinrallilillcil.
"Since my wife's deafli. five years
aeo. I have sufferedgreatly from
stomach nnd Uir Rouble ntul gas
attack. 1 lW j ;ft Us- anrt fit
times vas yjlJI as affron. My
(loctortl cofd nW'FU' c SIMcloses
of Mayi's A'onFyIcincdyjff.ive en-
tirely ticA nU ( Kive roulncd my
weight Lfnd evfrv iile Is longrnt'ilat-
Ing mtf hovtellll lol ' It Is a
simpleihnrmMsB )fpyfatlin that re-
movcslthe cJjarrlMifini'U from the
Intcstllnl trjbt anjisillays the inflam
mation whfh calfic prnttically all
stomach. UvcV nyJBlnte'tlnal ailments
including nKpctiAFitls One done will
convince or m Miy refunded Met.o-more-Ilnss
DriiR Co adv
Uy Special Ioasud Wire
LONDON. Feb. !-' Addressing the
House of Commons today Premier
Lloyd Guorge said he hud read with
profound disappointment the replies
given to I'rosldont Wilson and to the
declarations of the British government
to' the Gorman chancellor nnil the
AuBtro-Hunguriun foreign mlnistor.
The Premier added it was perfectly
truo that an regarded the tone thor
was a groat deal of difference between
the two speeches and he wished he
could bollovo there was u difference
between the substance
Tho Hrltlsh government ho added
did not recede in the tout from its
war alms n thoy hud been stated It
was no use. ho said crying ponce when
thero wa no poneo.
Wvft Way. to. Soothing Hamttn'
i Wizard. Oil is a
if mibhcrlin wncre
Viini; antu?pttc quaii
!e relicclnpou to prl
For Dtlicufsefious rcstil
i jnmfl Ai crvod
sMtfjfneck JP5t JEu
trUA (IfHMrt.lf 1"
II VI (I It IWIH 'a '
Ibeu jrhirn tfle be
k: -i iry
. . jr ..t -ui
is it act
nerv aM almost
If not satuhcd vratn
DF MANY FIRMS
I Uli iLriUllLll
STATK '0H.HAI. COI.MMJKS NA-
HI.B TO MKKT Till! llKMVM)
IT IS AN.NOI'NCM).
eoipt of 1j
17 Alt in tlii villi.
ri . a w
ri home sorioi vn
If . . .1 -S-J-
liaubles. weR andit
llatn and nl irref
1 .. K
kis ana umiuer.A
children ft nut t
Ml be sent fy
URk. (ln bOmll
Uy Special leased Wire
PAltlS. Foil. 12. The new.i that
Russia Is laying doTrn lier arms and
has declurod uoace with the central
will lie ' iinwnfK is. not considered heru to have
rk u us-J changed tho war situation In Its o-
Isontlals. It is pointed out that mis-
Isiu. as a practical fnctor In the war
i lias heon Inert for months ud the
ldnoy and ' allies havo long since adjusted thlr
n botn men
mall upon re-
bottle Is two
plans to that condition.
THAVBI.IXfi MAN KH.LKO.
perfect a cure. Send for testimonials
from tli'.s and other states Dr. E. W-
Hall 292G Olive Street. St Louis Mo.
Sold bj druggists. adr
S.NYUBII PIONBUH UIKS
Uy Special )onsod Wire
SAN ANtlHLO Fob. i.' J. a-fltl
Inwprv nf Ttrnwnwnod. traveling
seldom-fails to buloeuuin for a Waco concern wbj
Special to The Hoporter
SNVpKlt Tex . Fab. 13. - Mr J. V.
Stewart que of the pioaeer settlers Of
ibis county died In Sayder lust night
following a vor" brief illnus. The
killed today when his automobile
turned ovor near Tennyson.
MM.'HO IS Hl'HNBH.
Uy Special leased Wire
ESTILL SPltlNGS Tenn Fob. 12.
Jim Mellherron a negro who killed
two white men here Frlduy is being
burned at the ttaUo by a mob tonight
DBNTON. Tevas. Feb 13 Many
Texas and Southwestern schools es-
pecially tn tho rural district may hot
bo able to procure teachers for the
opfenlng of the fall term Ibis year
So heavy lips been the draft of teach-
ers for the army that many institu
tions nre already short-handed and
are continuing their sessions with dif
Thousands of young: men rnuttnte
of preparatory schools and stntr ft r-
ninls. hnve been subject lo tho nnm
draft nnd rural school faculties hve
boon sadly doplotod the uwt sl
Tho Collet?e of Industrial Arti and
tlie Normal Collogo- both located liere
havo been called upon to"furnl9tt mtrn
teacher during the past fqw months
but the hesds of tho 'wo Institutions
havo not bcon able to comply with the
requests In nmny instances.
"For tho past month or more we
have boon receiving an avorago of
two or three telephone calls or tolb-
jjrams a day asking for teachers." Dr
W-H. Hrnce of tho Normal College
said TorcnUy. "but we are nnnblc to
fill these requests but have prepared
a regular stereotyped letter with
which to answer them "
AlttUNiSTHATiOX MAKES PI'IILIC
list Of nrsijfKSSBs which
MUST JIB LHBNSBl).
Tho following communication con-
cerning parsons and firms who nlust
obtain a federal license to do busi-
ness has been received by Food Ad
ministrator J F. Cunningham o
SUBJECT : Dealers firms nnd man
ufneturing establishments which must
obtain a federal license: '
FEED DEALERS: All persons
firms and nssoeiations importing man
ufneturing mixing processing storing
or distributing tho following feeds
must obtain a licenso by February IB
(except those concerns excepted
which aro licensed below). Tho feeds
Alfalfa- animal or fish products or
by-products baled hay baled straw
barley beans broom corn buckwheat
cano seed copra corn (ear) corn
(Bhcjlcd). dried brewers grains dried
distillers grain dried yeast grains
emmor fetcritn grnlns nnd seed
screenings hay. kafflr lentils lin-
seed oil cake. Unseed oil mcnl malt
sprouts millet mllo oats balm ker-
nel peanuts peas rice( rye sorghum
grains. soya beans spelt straw sug-
ar beets- sugar cane sunflower secdSi
tankage velvet beans wheat.
CANNKRS: All persons -or firms
corporations or associations engaged
In the business of canning peas dried
beans corn tomntoes snlmon or sar-
dines not already licensed whoso
grosB production Is not more than 500
cases per jcar- except home cunilors
and bona fldo girls' and boys' cnntiing
clubs organized by the department of
agriculture- of ttie sevornl states must
obtain a license.
MVKERS OF SOUP: All persons
firms or corporations and associations
not already licensed engaged In the
business of manufacturing tomato
soup tomatd catsup or other tomato lor. For shorts the miller Is allowed
WmLL IP I
There are many naforffses for Western
Union Money Tri&siertf To rrieet banking
obligations to aay JMuranoe policies to
purchase railroaj?cks- to pay taxes to
send anniversygiftsjtp'supply salesmen
on the road-jD senrfmoncy to soldiers in
camp. Moiwtnan stventy million dollars
d last year by
:rn union telegraph co.
purchased through a broker or dealer sary to club the bird to tlvu
a roasonablo profit is allowed ' turo him.
The scale of prices follow: For Traps halted with rw nv
Texas Oklahoma Arkansns Louisia-
na. Tcniic'sseo nnd Mississippi. $40 SO
For Alabama and Georgia $I.0
por ton; For South Carolina $4S.60
por ton; tor North Carolina $-19.60
.St'lUBCT: Kiting the Price of
Tho nrico of bran is sot at 3S por
cent of the cost of wheat to the mil-
products must securouicensos
MALTERS: All 'porAnis firms cor-
porations and asKociatlVs engaged in
to charge $2 per ton more than he
gets for bran; for middlings and tor
Red Dog ho is allowed to chnrgo $ia
British hohsj:mi: in dari.m;
chahgi: opi.'nku wav for -
TAKING OK .lERVSAI.BM.c.
LONDON Jim 15 (Correspondence
of tho Associated Proaal-Tha Brit-
ish cavnlrv qhargod and captured
three Turkish hntterios and thns op-
ened tho way to Joroaalom Thus It
is told In a lottor from a British offi-
cer "It waa the first time the brigade
had used tholr swordH." ho aays.
-When 'Chargo." aoumloil I think
every man wont atark mad (luAn
were belchlnir their shells at us in
one aligot of flame and bullets by
thousands swept pant but not one
mun seemed to get hit as on we went
with drawn swords flashluic in the
sun. In n long- straight line horses
going like mad nnd everyone shout-
ing llso fury Now wo conld aeo some
tit our pala falling yet sti-night at the
gun we i-lmrged As we came up
with the firt line of protecting In-
fantry tho enemy put up their hands
as they stood In the trenches. o we
lumped thein and were charging at
the aecoud line when the first line
I thougUV bettor of tholr surrender and
iiruu in ua iriNii tioiunii. tub artiuory
and machine guns kept firing t tw up
to the moment we reach od them with
tho awortl It aetims marvolena that
any of us oacaped allvt but though
our ranks were thinned we took the
positions and all the guns and am.
! I .
SrOItl! TKXAS SAVBH.
Uy Special leased Wire
ii AauivrsTnv itah i Tin iife-
fum-ral will take place tomorrow af- f of 2i nort. troopers who sailed on
ternoou at 2 o'clock intermeut in Tuscanla was asnred today by
Huder remetry no..nr0iiiot from the war depart
Karmeryare busy laying in a gpwl f uken frM the nhi at
supply iiTaeeU. and many ar JHant-ira1lf.v hai!flllB11 hv were III The
No Let-Up Jn Its
Pretty rooii jou vol
for the liniment bottle a
millions ot lutie wim
cause RhuumatL-m tie
path. Winter wcatr er
ca them to rentwvd
But 5'our Rheuii j..-a
rubbed away bec&u . )iui
lotions cannot reai'u the u
Is in the blood ud ly
that gees deep down uw
! 1 m m
Aii. f tho
cHRonf v tut
It til V11 -
m 1. ui. c
V i'-- am
ble ru ports came from
lions binee the rain yester-
on the Job
its Old-time Fury
tion. and routs out the disease germs
can rid you of this disabling disease.
H. S. S. has given some wonaenui
result in treating Rheumatism. Be-
i-g a purely vegetable bioou romeay
i- purine tlve bkd ui evry BH
tn i ibu remove tne cut of BhU-mat-i-m.
tiet a bottle t-0ay at your
il.utore end start or tba rmnt
tr.tmnt timt will ge result Free
ndviae aUmt ymxt ea.se can be ad by
wi iting 1 j Medical Director 26 Swift
I Laboratory Atlanta Ga
NEW AUTO MACHINE SHOP "
I tav leased tho J. P. Wooteo Auto Repair ttof ..
Mtiippod to. liaiidly all kinds uf Autu Hcyairlus
A. O. AVDEESON
iiWf Pkojw 125 ReiultJWi J "..
Nwtlt Sud SL Is Door Vrgt Djhi Hp.ui
tho business of malting Iwrloy or oth- por ton more than he gets for bran.
or grnlns or In the business of stor- This arrangomonts solvos a hitherto
ing or distilling malt except hrewers j perplexing problom both to millers
ot mult liquor who do not malt tholr and tho administration. As a socoit-
own grain must bo litopscd by Feb-1 dary product there Is no stable ae-
ruary 15. I coiitablo prlco for bran. It Is not In
FISHERMEN: All salt water fish-; tho flour trade and in tho market
ornion ongngod at any poriod of the
year in the commercial .distribution
including selling- of" any or all varie-
ties rf snlt water fish Including men-
haden slioll fish and crustaceans
must bo licensed
ALTMENTAItY PASTE MAKERS; ;
All parsons firms corporations and
associations not already licensed who j
aro engaged In the mnnufffcturo ot ;
alimentary paate nmsl obtain a 0W Til W HI FF VL0 HAS DIS VP-
llcons'o 1 PBAHBII TUB UA3IBST Blltll
WHEAT OR ftYB PhrJDUCTS; All J IS BKINU SOrHHT.
porsona flrntB' eorporatfona or asso-'
eiatlona not already Heonsod who aro ; 1 ft ' - " '
ongagod In the buainoas ot manufae- SWEETWATER tob 13 Iicpr.vcl
turo ot any products derived from of the buffalo chase hunt of the c-ius
wheat or ryu. i Ivo coyoto and rabbit "drives" West
aii .... . i.i.. ii.... o f Tninno linvi. turn oil tlinir cittnntinn tu
nnrnra urn... I.v Pull IT. Uv u imllput Inn i tllO tntnillng Ot OIlKlOS Dozen Of tlu:J '
to tlie License Division V. S. Food ' monster birds of proy aro capturjvjK .
D C each week and In many enses saw . .
attract oagle. Once In ia(.ii 1
becoi'ne sullen and refm c tu .
less they nre placed In Ian
within a short time thev w.t.
thamselvos to dbnth.
PASS H0I1S1NI. UII I.
Ii Tile Akwcn-iirtPit I'reoo
WASHINGTON. Feb. 1:
ministration bill already i-k- .
senate appropriation of $".k
provide housinK facilities tu
or of slilpytmla etntaire'l 11
mont work was jmised 1 v 1
late Tuesday without a toll
1.0NK ROJIBBIt (JBT.S U
1i The AaKnatnted Press.
KANSAS' CITY. Februarv
Snuthaldo Hunk of Kxasi-
held up and robbed lute Tu
man who obi lined $'ttn'n an.
A .l.lnlttMlr.. lUaulill tnr.
EXCEPTIONS TO THF lll'LES to zoos and circuses In some aJn-. PC
ARE: Farmers gardeners- uooperu- atancos thoy are mounted nhdJfculd
the asaoeiations of farmers ami gard- to secret societies and mtisoumf '
onors ilncluilinb livestock farmorsi F. 51 Colo trapped one near hero
common carrier and retailers" whoso "a few days ago and. with much dif-
GROSS SALES OF FOOD COMMO- Acuity succeeded n tying the big
1MTIBS DO NOT EXCEED $100000 bird's wings that ho might be handled
SriMB(T: Fixing the Price of
Collensced .Heal ami Cake.
Tho prlco of cottons6wd meal and
eako has boon fixed by the Adminis-
tration Tho pricoa are in carload
lota per ton. fob shipping point
net to the manufacturer cake nnd
meal containing 3( per cent of protein
I is tiiywl as a basis. Each additional
with safety. Ho was of tho ltuld u-
' rlety and his wjngs moasured seven
feet and three Inches from tip to tip
Another oagle still larger was
killed by J M- Kllohin a week or
ago The wings measured an eve"
eight feet The eagle had been caught
in a big i-toel trap but so greet '.'us
his strength that it succeeded in break-
ing the fastening In attempting to
I rmtJl nht
out atyrt eveyy
I stretcth andft
' resietive nJwersA
sicmns always poin
(pougM' wears h jmr-.
t for coughs is tha
soothes the tend r
rancs while Us n h.
eamy food rebuilds th
tissues to avert bronJuus
and lung trouble.
No alcohol just food.
6cott & Kownc '.MmlifU. I. J
Ipwfpor cent of protein brings a c'br. 'eacapo the chain became entangled .iu
responding increase of 1 per ton. If a bnrbod wire fence. It waa nocev-
liiiinao of the 21 men who are removed
from tho list of misaiugnd which
reduces the number of unreported to
Sol Includes these Tesans: unpen a
Davis. Frisco: Albert vUiu. Mission
Jefferson Davis Jones WUnfield. Jae-
05 VT SrariTu Port WorlhVTMeoaore
'Pollak Adkiusi Bufus W. Taff. San
San; Joe U Taylor. San Asianlo;
HanjaiBin Tlirmlnglwiu. Corpus hristi
..mm - -
JEWK1. BOHHBBjj IN 3IBXII .
JIKXUOttTY JH U 'fte N(-
at ittou' hE- teen atonud the
udlif or ilie idpusi to tairtun.' j dir-
iuf ha4 t tsel rWr far
itlic-si t.au'csMi BeeUv '
t'uidiK i. e ll leelr
'jtortn- .. - tstrwl by K. I ' st-
ito ui.u la. hfait 4-J.vt.c fa
iuM ae-ord in ke firt 4'4 at ? -cd
ti .Vt.OM iifc 1m 'hn m'. to a
ryou-b umier kSta if r u vtn
scrt-fc for iW- ih ioli -at
tl f.-iivk .1 par' nt tVi t !'. kB ii
iJo il. iU l. i'-t - 'i I tj ! i'n
I iki ai'rt VXK l A- u -.il -t 'it v
. r -"Ui-r ' . i t iA. I J..-.
where they ?ie ! -l the jt-l
i j' tdt p i-sii
To Relieve Sick Headache
Remove lie Cause!
&. 7" your
j Y V ly find tha-
bilious. To corri
the s'stem of
nr emmoUli urocln
head aclics ucm
t you are 0nstra
the yfermnttn? i
trtiir ihcnr r-.
iviui wjinriTi rb.11
JTT TTSXTHft T (?
rilJJ WfllLb O
(&ha Perfect Jtaxative
'.ii ac Stores Every whure 50 et. $1.00
UA5" "UJU - -- VASx.iHGTt St JIOWniU-Q. IU4SIWS
;) BBV t jpa
i i 2 Fol5Pfi.
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Tlie ruiiH-jp.i ri- L fn ii
right nowim .ill '.n
brvad ltj( !. ji Ii 'in- i '
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In newjMpr 4 is ifKttm' &'
Pr. tar-iHi u a"t"c
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Find a prv ujjeni
YEoTERUAX S AXSWBS.
Rlvltv i. i -t A.
dealer or from us.
tyery reader of this 1
KKWl IHBI 9UMIC ..f
Outfit uuli of ea
Durham iul;c Domino
Uu.ot wkb wiuta Aaciv
cn I tort buulls ttlvlr
IfUAJ-d. Cxeocias stuck.
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h ho letter tliau
ttiul lh it; t'ui" ci-iuiiiiii .
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223 Pine Stiset
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The Abilene Daily Reporter (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 21, No. 285, Ed. 1 Wednesday, February 13, 1918, newspaper, February 13, 1918; Abilene, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth317487/m1/2/: accessed October 19, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Public Library.