The Abilene Daily Reporter (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 8, No. 160, Ed. 1 Wednesday, September 19, 1917 Page: 1 of 8
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Abilene Dai In ftipfEfoy
ABILENE TEXAS WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 19 1917
1M GOV. CONFESSION VIOLATED
I tt4 llitlflll
ill II SIDES SCORE WEDNESDAY
MM IN CON
Fifth Day of Trial in
Federal Court Open-
ed Wednesday Morji-
iiiK With a New Witness.
'h dav of tho taking of tos-
i tho trlnl of fifty alleged
f llio Farmers Jfc Lnbororrt
. Asorlutlon charged with
i opened Wednesday morn
W R Copeland. now of
OF "WEEKLIES" IN STRIKE STATUS mi niiniGiiiKncniF
mi mmn-r.nr ... .. ...... nrn . nr nr-rrrn HLL UM1M.1U LI1IIU Ul MIL
UIL MUKIAtit ALL U. S. Mm UtULAKtU BtlltK
cret service men knew nil nlimil
Cisco meeting and aomo of the nicm-
uors had already been arreted at
( ross Examination.
STAND tRO 0 I I. Plli:SIHETl PLANS RRANGK1J TO 1'rni.lSH
Kl'l'lhSTU UIIMUCW CHAM.
MIR vIV COMMEKCl
newspapers cxiier irspi.
(IS (IF V. 31. p. A
Mr. Alwell tor the defense conduct-'UJ AD UCCIIO PAU DC UtT
t.;nmi iillug unn ul itici
otl the cross examination nf rmwinmi
Ho Inquired If the tirntKtnn for ti
committee to confer with otttcr organ-1
Izntlons was not a separate roftolu-
iion nnu come nrter tno minority re-
port had boon voted on but witness
did not know no snld.
"You could not Bay that tho minority
report bad already boon adopted whan
tile other mnttcr enmb tip? Mr. At-
Hectares Enough Kerosene nnd ('ns.
Hue E(s(s for I'm of (lip I illicit
States iiml Its Allies Our.
lug Hie Unr
By Tho Associated Press.
ATLANTIC CITY. Sept. 19-"Tliore
l hot the altafitost danger of a do-
I SEPTEMBER 30TH
Ennevt'll Will tie il Oititrlliutor nuil
Pres'ilenl Wilson hns Endorsed
I'lnn Arranged bj Publisher
of Rlrhmoitd .Nevts. Loader
tty The Aesoctctod Prose.
WASHINGTON. Sept. 19. Hans for
the publication of soldiers' weekly
newspapers In every national army
ml national guard camp beginning
with the week of September 30 un
LABOR DEPARTMENT OFFICIALS
DECLARE SOME HOPE OF AN
STATE READ DURING HEARING
MAY BE A
Men In Government Shipbuilding'
Plants My be Granted Higher !
Wages to be Divided Between
Builders and Government
m aw Hwttmtw tn urn b hm i mwwm ihHmi i iHliiHtMiMitiiitttNMiiinii m mi
coming to fair
OCTOBER 8-1 3
I could not swear that It wan
nr formerly of ' Cisco on WI boforo n voto Wa taken." wit-
i .iid bo lolnod the ordor at "U u "Miplnuso you spank of was i fHency In the supply of either chid
' trr cart o ' March this for tfco nJorlty report why was it r Its prodtiets. kerosene and gu
eXlfi SaK meeting hold . Ih. minority report was adopt.thVe of the United State.
alinrnniP At tin. nrnllm. mJ le wns nsked. Witness Sold lt'opJts Allies. .
-ftlicrnftlo At thL prelim mtnoritv r.mrf hn.t . This was tho opinion expressed to
'ng noiu mo iukiu uuiuru . : V M. .:. . iliv uv r n.wifrr.i r v... v.i. I nouncen loacy uy jonn siewari iiryan s
- fern opeoed wltnotn said l? optoa by n Voto ot ta hc ' S.mL' J '.. Mf.0.. .- N l ! mibllsher of the Itlchmond News-.1
".lli'.11"."!"-!??: "Was not the acrioultiiral riol Pti of New Jersey before the yfar)'?.!1.19?
--..- --.... rii nn.nnn pn r inn niiiimir nr imp imiiiinii. i
Hon about to the effect that vou do convention or the American I'ham-
not plant hd sell nRrtruItHrnt pro- oor f Commerce. He declared that
duct so that they could not get Into o supply was sufficient to meet all
tho linnda of speculators?" naked ne(lB lrlng the rar.
"No. sir." wltnets replied. "Uofusc TVTK l'HKSS TO I'LVV FIHST
to nlant fooildtuffs to nBalst tho armv "AM. HK M.11N IltllM)
Gy The Associated Prepp.
WASUINOTON Spl. 19. Iabor
Uepartmeut officials today In com
menting on the strike at San Fran
With the signing ot a contract for
a carnival organization to occupy the
midway at tho Central 'West Texas
fair the last detail for a successful
I fair was closed up by Socrotuiy Wood
Cisco declared It to be their opinion The stoVcns Groalor shoWl wm be
Governor Says: "Trying
to Single Me Out for
' General for 25 Years"
)i. rgfeldt and others whom
i now made spceche.
llinut (l"co Mcolliig.
at tho convention wltnss
.ort of tho resolutions com-
1 us being mado when ho
Ho said that ltcntfoldt
"ftjorltv report sUgned bv
DALIES Tex Sept IS. Outbid-
:J ........ ... or covnrnmnnt.
imU aincnrt. Rim ne wioukiu -- -- : :.... ...... nnn. in inm. A..i in.. ....
.- I Olnnlv mniln lin ml. "' IH""" HSKCU WliniW II UUIUIIIi- "(. - y.-r. .... . u...a nun-
' -rh .iinnn ffr Um ""I Huruotl M not make a motion to 'l l.v several thousand dollars and
r. riiM 1 in trko out the word "plnni" because with the Influence of more than 5.000
''''! "? Zr. m-mt.or ko had n family to support and leave ' "ral constituents the managers of
" ' iih i?iX 0T "8(n" ln- Witness snld yes. the News Hounds baseball team have
' .!. innCim something like that. He did not know socured the services of Joe Taylor
r. slt conscription to urn . ... 1. . ... .. .o.n. ir0" nfTh iw.u... v....- ...
-lfy...l tlw. ntnnara f. lr II 8 lllIVIIUU lu Miai 'l-1 ' .- ....- .....o. ...
allowing tho of fleers o fwt Qr nQt Ho uu nQl thnk tlaof ..v first bse In the ame Saturday
word speculator or middleman was oetweon the Hounds and Ad Chasers
ror tuo benefit of the Dallas uatiy
t Htt ... ttnBrl.lt brtw.-l.l (j-V At.l
. ot the minority report.' " "T """ "T " V
t was to tako no drastic ' m.i.v. avi
tlm nmnnilniPtitii "(. "i !.. .;. . v..
"in Tile same moons no
a .. t.A .n.l n mi I net tTinm
i ii- un ........ .
...l. ..... .1I.I......1 1"k
urtiur iiu . ........ hi.- i '..I.I
vitiong tno amonumeiuH
- e selection of a commit- r
'rWSSrrviSS ofS ked. H. rallied that lie did not
i get their vtewa or con- ' . .'
The- substance of the roi. wwembor M .there J
rt a amended and udopU t .M. JLTZZ'JSt.J . nnlnt
said was to take no dras na. iMimn.i int nniv the
W UUII " IMIV'H . - -..; -.-
mil the committee report-
other labor organuations
niinorltv renort was voted oh. that
. her 1Xo7qtI the mnforlty report was not considered
err.(? S W to X ef- I" tho voting on the resolutions Tho
1 "Jmont no ""? Ae 'I 'deleratiia voted " and "no on tho
minority report alone ho said.
WUnoa aeld ho never heard of n
letter boing rocelvwl by tils local from
the state aecratary concerning the r.
order to prevent the gov-
.'iii getting Hiipplle-
M.i rll) Iteport Alinlamlril.
. ..rgremt an u I mrfot the eom wUle Mmod 0 Intar-
" " - . f iviinitau aHi 1 1 lfrsai euhl uud tuiiii'v
' i that thoro wna applause
.. .iu litnr lr
v rimi --- "thllt he th.
aii lor me miuuiuj :w .......u.i
Z WtW they might bo raided by offlcera.
?rl .L-J.-. that he ttha luembw) ha talked to
iJthe postmaater. ho told him Urn
I ... . I... iIhmi ia. In it.'
' . '.. i -i. ...- TttPV WflrO UUIUUUK a"W
m .itnew ' "JI!: wHber of the home guard at Cisco.
t su8etd that the uro; "" wei wwlUm Bs j drlll-
..itt lnterie Ui I v-J understiKKl the puruoee
r C among other labor uig iw' a oroUrUon
" becauio "they ri'V Vn i valon by Oermanv. JIm-
cftlly along the Jiwt .V Wttn.a ltinM
sid Hergfoldt read a Jot " or w bb abolt te.
luan in Oklahoma ll t$l that Webb said it
. .Derail was an officer lnJJ. '" nA ltot h twjWaa)
Th.a latwr fL1!6tMea to ibb thai Tth.v oagbt to call
...her ot the I. W W. and opgtau wUnftM
v l A Tho letter r4 bJ JJ $? m Blkhart A-
.s wttnoaa said "TdlXV the P & U P. A at Slocum
une deelariHj. thai tfce " JfJ -J1 of March thU
. tI J. Ulrect action and local jlni3i the Ich.
.fre. vltao W: i"1 "uJT lata a
!.ored a miuority ruw " "j -y rk. 1M)jat tHOro was
. ha did not abide Uy Uw.bod At twJ2lmiBUorH)ll ae
rt. ould beilauH irttk a " the Ul-.
..nventlon. after IM adop if jtJ4J ffAX
...imarliy retiort MtiijjM n "" Baal Dtatrlct of
we nn ib.v "" (Cotlau.l on mn j
he was oraaatier h1
.ii.a. ...uditiikr and may
i.K.-r then" Witnaaa said
r three wbo voluntecrea
. tvKAvritor. but that
lclded not to wane "
i lie proceeding .
h. lonventloiu nitHMi
1Kgted that they k J"
. i that there vaa il"
- aid Someone ol. .f;
... up and said: "Lei Ifae
in handle two or lhre "
them downstair '
Tuld to Hm Itinf a
t tntloneiJ. wltnos aald. tii
Hi- majority W1 "
rairoad hW lil.f
! ...i alii a HlEH !"
.. start on rtU-af
- being May t "
. the date h lJ
i the prlimiuary w"
BONOS m TO BE
1SSUFD TO 1ST L
6ptt l The Hepartsr.
I1A1J.AS. T i
..ir we mid. be eabLl 'lauuI. tUerHar of the fed-r-
nv kick mw-J""'""' . .. w.. isMied
at reeru naati " "- "
the hlviH8 ....
-Wv ere a rept w i im.
Irfegmu. f llw Tre PP-
-tlrulr Nb' today.
uae tbe deMirle et definite
S ulcrtber the flret lau
. - t. ..- faJeral reserve bak
KlT7rt-. ud jBjm Jt the
rinmlac ar irZ "" will
.... .. .. i.i ikui lie
auu ok. --- .--. ..
hUta he could MH "
...ilea off. wltne W-
s s.td that be utk4
a defendant iu the n
iua relative tO the diH
he riCQ looal Webb a
f that looat be aid
i f brVsJ Webb about ?"
"State Press' " record has never
en pHblished In Spalding's Guide
owing to the lack of Bpace. Ty Cobb's
teelinx In the matter also has been
considered in keeping tho mail or as
oulei as possible. His first appear-
ace is said to have been In a town
so far tn the. country (bat thry used
rwls to dellror the hifttl. He played
third old' settlers say. and was a riot
n the club and the matinee Idol of
rvery country lass for miles around
The game Saturday will positively be
Air Taylor s last appearance in Amer-
ka. The Ad Chasers under the tutelage
of Kiwi MrJtinklit. are "getting Jn
form.' They are a cold weather toam
and the last few day have been a
NOMINATIONS MVUK VOU
TWO IMl'OHTANT I'l.VrilS
H The Aroriatd Pross
WASUINOTON. Sopi )9. Daniel
C Uoper. of South Carolina waa
iiomliuited Tuesday bv lreldtnt WII-
on to bo coniinliuslonur ot internal
Oy Tho Assooiatod Press.
WASHINGTON. Sept. 19 Uyron
Newton of Now York was nominated
bv President WIImii Tueadav l be
collector of customs at N York
Uy The Associated Press.
t'iiPKNHAflltlS. Sept. 19 Two Ger
mmtt sulMnarlNw have been sunk by
HrtUb naval foiea says tie llorgin
rrnMpoadent if th 1We Tgn.
Sts rf the crews f tke ia P-kNts
were take prtfcoiio'. the repeo addg
The place (rf the cwrounUf U not &
URGE COHOII H0LD1HG
Hv Th AKset8tea rress.
DALLAS. TBX-. Sept 1! Tho Far-
mers I'Rton of Tosas i3 jaaaHlng a
statewide campaign to Induce tenners
of the state to hold their eotton. It was
announced at a meeliag today of the
field department here
?L eU of'thrVM C V uere anr'that thCr "S 80mC Pr8eCt '? bU" rlng tho fair coming from the
iZtSri'AisrSnT r"" ?f..U hbtt"i Denton County Fair. The uigaa-
mibllsher of the Itlchmond News-""" ru" "'-'" " uion Includes twelve shows; twenty-;
Loader who hns arranced the details I- Chairman Hurley of tho shipping ... .nnniin. ni .nmiw nf ri.ui
of co-operation among other publish-board and William Blackmoii counsel-J n icvices The shows are hlghi
era vhlch ulll make tho work pOssl- or of tnc dopoftinent of the aLor w 1 n w am R tyorU1 nf
io!onel Theodore Iloosevelt will be
a contributor President Wilson has
endorsed tho plan.
COAST IS BASE
. FOR U-BOATS
By Associated Press.
WASHINGTON Sept 19 The
Spanish ambassador Juan Rlano today
denounced as false published reports
that the Mediterranean coast of Spain
Is servhig as n hasp for German sub-
BILL AGREED ON
By The Associated Press.
WASHINGTON. Sept. 19 An agree
ment oa the war credit bill nuthorli-
Inc JU.MSRMUMR of new bonds and
certificates was reached today by the
Senate and House conferees with no
change in the lstua proposed.
E BIG LOANS MADE
leave today for San Francisco to un
dertake adjustments of labor troubles
in plaiitK building ships for the gov
clean amusement Is assured the fair
In addition to signing Up the Ste
vens Shows. Secretary Wood has also
The government Tuesday undertook contracted for another high class free '
to settle the strike of Iron workers ocL This act Is an aerial trapeze pro- j
nt San Francisco ship building plants ram stagged by DcLony Brothers
who are working on government con-1 twice dally In Ifront of the grandstand
tracts without awaiting agreements The DeLonys have a wide reputation
on other strikes in Seattle ship yards (as first class artists. Kd Hutchison.
Da........ .m )a .lilitnlni. Imn-il ?rn flirt Hri 1 Inin I a f wlfft TTtnlna t.nkln anr.
capt. A. F. Tlllsbury the board's agent arato parachute leaps and In addition
on the paciric coast indicated a moro auows nimseu to oe 31101 out 01 a
favorable outlook on the strike which I bomb while high ln tho air. Is anoth-
ls Interfering with one-eighth of the. or big free act. The Benzl-Zug-Zug.
government's ship construction.
Chairman HusJcy of the board ex-
pects to leave today for San Francisco
Before departing he will contcr fur
a troup of ten Arab tumblers and
strong men U another free attraction
Then there Is another free attraction
wherein a man makes a loop the loop
WILL NEED ALL VESSELS
By The Associated Press.
ATLANTIC CITY Sept. 19.Wlthln
the nest tlx months tho demand of the
American army abroad will require
that the government divert every
available American merchant vessel
coastwise and otherwise to oversea
service. U. B. Steven3. vice chairman
of the United States shipping board.
told the war conventloh of American
business men here today.
The real pinch In the world shipping
s'tuatlon v11 come next spring be-
ore the government has begun to turn
out vessels in large numbers ilr. Ste-
2SET tor W.l distribution will
B aeov ... 1 - -- r1-a tomorrow aie :
rfwl eetlBKltbe8brrl'.ra ttf await receipt of ottlcUi
-f-a thelvea o " f;rcuir and owr baafc- anaoiu.
b m baveat beard the uaef . maslt -14
a raiij Webb toW Ul lat u'tt
Bf GERMAN SUBS
nv Tha Aasivjiated Pre-
fimisTiAKA Seet 19 ilna
tubwarinea have suak the tegwa
.....! 1. V"u.t.i and Tho't-as Krag
To tu (row ah ot be veaatla
Hv The Associated Press.
WASHINGTON. Sept. 19. Loans of
1IOJWO.Q0O to Great Britain nnd 2.-
O00.OM to France were made by the
Kovernment today bringing the U-tal
thus far advanrod ta f2.Sttu400.M0.
Curious Is a proper word when you
ry to describe what is known among
th fi.ni.nino sex as a slumber party.
Tb. thr dev two slrls ta reader
irUs ml were talking of a slumber
narty ami what a good time they had
had on tho oeeaalon so mucn iun.
etc finally tke reader said 'Slum-
bar means to aleep Hv do you gtrls
bae any fan at a iwrty vhen you are
all aateep " The girl loined in a
chorus. "Oh. yon don't sleep The'e
i really less slumbering at a lumber
iuy baR aaythiug else."
tNir Abilene and Vicinity Tonight
and Thursday partly cloudy weather
Vor tgast Texas -iubisih a"" "-
day partly cloudy weatber prbabl
cattered sfbower tn south portion
i. v.uE Ttfxas. Tonight an-4
Thrly partly eteudy weatber prob
ably fectttierea ovei hi gi i-
IN A TYPHOON
Martin's great fireworks spectacle
promises to bp one of the main at-.
tractions nt tnc tair. mis year.
ther with Samuel Gompors. president ! and jumps a double gap a real thrll-
.J. U .A Mi. to.... TAlAMlnM n. f in- '
.11 uiu-jiiuuiiwn.i j vuviuuuu u. uauwi(
and chairman of the defense -council's
labor lommlttee to whom he appealed
for aldT Mr.lTurIey said last night
he bellevid the strike on the Pacific
coast will end shortly under an agree
ment undor wlilch tho men will be
granted higher pay. the burden of
which would bo divided between the
shipbuilders and the .government.
I1TGINS TRIALS OF
ENID Okla.. Sept. IS. Trial off
eleven alleged draft resistors arrested '
in July In Pottowatdmle and Clove-
land counties began with tho selection
of a jury in federal court before Judge
Cotteral here today. Tho men on trin!
are charged with being members of
the Jones famllv an organization
said to have been formed for the pur-1
pose of offering organized opposition
to the solectlvo draft
SIGNAL CORPS MAY HAW.
TO PALL 10000J
WASHINGTON Sept. IS. Tp fill
tho army Signal Corps tho War De
partment may decide to draft an ad-
dltlonol 10O.O00 men.
The slgnat service has asked for a 1
decision on the method to pursue in j
filllne; un nans existing In the avia
tion and telegraph branches and the J
general staff is expected to answer In ;
few days I
The draft law permits the filling ofl
units which are now below strength;
but It Is held that an added 100.000.;
Instead of any of the 67S.WO of the
original draft would be necessary for
the Signal Corps.
Mon who join the aviation section
will have a chance to train either In
American schools or in England-
France or Italy. England has estab-1
Ushed a flying school in Egypt which 1
U used chiefly by the Canadian eon. ;
BRYAN IS OPPOSED
TO ANY CIUTICSJIS
CIUCVGO Sept. 13 The eltiien
who Insists at this time Hpan exerels-
ng his rigui oi -ires kiwh iu vr.i-1
nv Tha Associated Press.
AMOY. CHINA. Sept. 19 More than
rap- natives were -" "TrrilcWnB the Oovernweat Is proo-
vhlch struck Amoy without waming .....
utf Afe 1
c wi Or" w&
J S S
I . . S5 64
r -. iT t 1 4 SB w-i
't's WVm & .... is i
A'-wjjp s - j
t -T n u 11 Si
1 1 r
I iiii..v.1 Mdlt 9
Suume C 5 tuuset fe4
Bighty-fiTe per cent of the water-
craft In the harbor nearby waa destroy.
ACCIDENT AND EIRE
FOR TEXAS OCT 9
Staff Scecial to The Reporter.
AUSTIN. Tex-. Sept l9.-..cuug
Governor Hobby today Issued a pro-
olamattoa designating Tuesday Oct. 9
as State Fre aud Acoldent Preveation
lay in Texas and call "upon all cit
izens to fittingly observe tha day
thrc-uith tba performance ot some epe-
olfi work which Hl help rtduce fire
It U pointed ut tn the troclawaiioa
that firo lo nar capita ta many
European couatrlea u ls than. M
cents while that cf I nlted State la
about S SO and for Texaa eveo more
That was the definition given hy
WUIiam Jennings Bryan last uight It
an address before delegates to the
invention ci the intecnauonai Ly-i
ctsuia"SooTanon "" i
1 don't know how Jang the war will
last. be said. but I know that the
quickest way out It straight through
nv division or discussion now would;
simply prolong the war and make it
matt costly In Hves and treasure
Slnff Spcclnl to The Reporter.
Al'STIN Texas Scpl. 19-M.
M". Crane's cross exiiinliiutlon or
(joicninr Vcrgtlsoii this mnrnlnir
before the Senntc nils dlrrcted
toward forclilp the Gmernor lo
n limit that he Knotting! permitted
Hie hanking Invr nnd the Inw rcg
iilutlng the ilepoxR nf slate fundi
In the state trcniiiry to lie Tlolnlcd
In his on n Interest.
RKADS BVMvING IADS.
lie Jicgnii by rending the Con
stlintlon on this subject then
the law of 1SSI then the amend-
ment hi 1!MI9 nnd flnnlly the law
about depositing money ns Itsnp-
pears In the revised statutes. Knch
time he read a statute lie nsked
the Governor If his attention had
been called to that Inw. The
Governor said It had not.
Mr. Crnne concluded the read-
ing by asking him if he pleads
Ignorance of the law. The Gov-
ernor snld he guessed lie was Ig-
norant of these laws hut not-
more so than the others In the
capital because they had nil been
doing the same thing for many
CUSTOM 2." YEARS.
"You mint to single me out for
the penitentiary he declared to
Mr. Crane "because I followed n
custom that hnd been general for
Mr. Crane Insisted that the
faults of diners do not constitute
a defense for the Governor. T'le
Governor was asked If lie thought
It would be nil right for the at-
torney general In the event he co-
Iected a fine of n million and u
half dollars to hold the money
tMrty days or ninety days when he
dies no bond.
If the Mntuto nl'ows It the Gov-
ernor said he thonght It would he
all right; that he had never known
nn attorney general poor or rich
who could not be trusted Tilth
aDoiild you lend one million
dollars V aVed Mr. Crnne.
-That's a different matter' re-
plied the Gnicruor "that would
be i question of hi own business
ability. This Is a queMIon of bis
honesty lu delivering the numer
at the appointed time vrbcu it
comes Into his nosocssloii.
Going Into the matter of the
placing of Mate funds nt other
twtlnU than In the treasury the
Ginernor outlined his defense liy
taking the nosltlon that erc was
no offeuse unless these deposits
were made for fraudulent pur.
poses. The Governor was asked
If making deposits of Mate money
to favor a friend who owned a
bank r to get two percent Inter-
est or to establish business re-
lations as a prelude to credit
infcht not be fraudulent.
The Governor said they would
be If that wa the nurpose of the
deposit but that In his case It
was vot the purpose.
The (Joverui-r declared that the
rmvest ot UU offense Is that be
filled tn put the monei In Aus-
tin bank. . ....
Mr Cruii replied with heat
th ike offense vrws In failing to
put the money In th tressurr.
U k lonr Hne of questions.
Mr Crane tried t develop the
polut thnt the rnmlovwent of
Cai.tulu rmildork i"' the ''Kl
fr eiifTrc!eiit of the law is the
stune sort et misrepresentation
that the Governor alleges Dr.
Dattle was uulltv of In atterautlne
to rhance the vnrher for the es.
pense account of Prf. Jmes
The (lovernor denied this and
.icclered lh.it his emiIoyin.it '
(atatn CmddorV s not ran.
eealed while the James voucher
(Continued on page 3
300000 LIBERTY BOYS ON WHY
TO StXTEFH CANTQHMEHTS NOW
By The Associated Press
WASHINGTON. Sept J9.-Tbree
huaJred thousand men of the Nat
loaal Artay 'oday were ou their
way to the lxteea rantonuieats
to aadergo tralutn;
Tiav's lacreweat represents
approximately 45 per cent of the
teUl quota unier the fkst call
frottt nearly 50S exenytlea
Kierj- iH-ecautka kai Wen tak
en by the gimruweut to lusure
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The Abilene Daily Reporter (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 8, No. 160, Ed. 1 Wednesday, September 19, 1917, newspaper, September 19, 1917; Abilene, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth334108/m1/1/: accessed August 24, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Public Library.