Temple Daily Telegram (Temple, Tex.), Vol. 7, No. 180, Ed. 1 Tuesday, May 19, 1914 Page: 6 of 12
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TEMPLE DAILY TELEGRAM, TEMPLfi, 1EXAS, TUESDAY MORNING, MAY 19,1914.
WESTINGHOUSE AND EMERSONS
8, 12 nad 16 inch.
Straight and Oscillating, also Ceiling Fans.
Brady & Black Hardware Co.
Sherman Patterson of Belton spent
Sunday with friends In this city.
Rev. B A, Hodges and family left
Monday for an extended visit In thai
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Crouch returned
yesterday from a visit of several days
Prank Anderson of Waco was the
Sunday guest of his sister, Mrs. Guy
Nunnally, in this city.
Mrs. E. H. Wynne has returned
from a visit with her mother, Mrs.
Rasberry, *t ltockdale.
Dr. Alex Woldert of Tyler Is a guest
®f the household of his sister, Mrs. P.
1* Downs, in this city.
Fred Wilson of the U. S army sta-
tioned at Texas City was the recent
guest of friends in Temple.
Mrs. F. F. Downs, who has been ill
for two weeks, yesterday entered one
of the local institutions of surgery for
Mrs. Mark McCarley has as guest in
fcer home her niece, Miss Charlie D.
Beauchamp and Miss Susie De Long
»f San Angelo.
Mr. Fred Wilson of Texas City
■pent the week end visiting friends In
Temple, returning to liis home in
yesterday afternoon. —
Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Hardin and
young son, Julian, motored to Waco
yesterday and spent the day with their
daughter, Mrs. I-ewis Early. „ ,
Mr. and Mrs. W. CJ. Kingsbury mo-
tored to Waco on Saturday to visit
their daughter who is in school at the
Academy of the Sacred Heart.
Mrs. n. W. Morris and little son of
Waco are spending a few days with
her parents, Mr, and Mrs. I>. F. Pau-
lus, on South Eighth street
George -Zively of Lampasas was In
Temple yesterday en route to Galves-
ton where he has accepted a position
In the claim department of the Santa
Mrs. B. N. Peed and young son went
to Moodv yesterday to remain over
night with her parents, Mr, and Mrs.
John McCauley, returning home to-
Mrs, Benton T. Scott has returned
to her home In Fort Worth after a
week spent with her daughter, Mrs.
Klkins Murrell, and with friends in
Rev. and Mrs. A. F. Cunningham
and two children took early passgae
this morning for Kansas City to attend
the general assembly of the Presbyte-
Mr. E. C. Simmons of San Saba
passed through Temple yesterday en
route to Eastland, Texas, where he
was called on account of the death of
a sister, Mrs. Crossley.
Mrs, R. O. Dixon lias her sister,
Mrs. E. G. Magruder of San Angelo,
as her guest Sunday and Monday who
is on her way home from Galveston,
where she attended tho Texas Wo-
man's Press association last week.
It is learned with exceeding regret
that George F. Kyle has been quite ill
at tho family residence in this city
and expects to leave immediately for
El Paso for health recuperation.
Numerous good friends of himself and
his family hope for his speedy recov
ery. Miss Madeline Kyle who went to
Waco for the week-end was called
home on Saturday.
Rev. and Mrs. B. A. Hodges left
yesterday to attend the general as-
sembly at Chicago, stopping enroute
at St. Louis for a day. After the as-
sembly Mrs. Hodges will spend six
weeks with homefolks in Princeton,
Ky., during part of which time there
will be a reunion of her family. Mr.
Hodges spends one day there and re-
turns to Temple.
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Coughed for Three Years.
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humanity and science. Ytjur medi-
cine, Dr. King's New Discovery, cured
my cough of three years' standing,"
says JeDnie Flemmlng, of New Dover,
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Is it stubborn and won't yield to treat-
ment? Get a &0c bottle of Dr. King's
New Discovery today. What it did for
Jennie Flemmfnf? it will do for you, no
matter how stubborn or chronic a
cough may be. It stops a cough and
stops throat and lung trouble. Relief
or money back. 50c arid $1.00 at your
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Jeweler and Pawnbroker.
NEWS FROM WESTERN TEXAS
Man's Quot Actions.
Miles, Tex., May IS—A strange mnn rut
some strange capers at M. p. Midriieton'e
ranch on last Saturday west of Miles. By
his actions It Is thought that he Is dement-
ed. He entered the houae and entered Into
the Kitchen and wag seen to pour some-
thing Into the cooking oil from a vial, but
before the young man who saw him could
apprehend him he was out of reach, but
later returned and brandished a plctol, but
was scared away by being shot at. Officers
from Ban Angelo made a search for the
man but failed to find him. Tha cooking
oil has been sent to Austin for an analysts
by the state department of chemistry. Mr,
Mlddleton believe# that It was some kind
of poison that was poured Into the can by
the strange man.
Ives Hester was taken to a Temple hos-
pital this afternoon to undergo an op-
eration for appendicitis.
Mrs. Emmett Thomas, here from Tucson,
Ariz., underwent a successful operation at
Ballinger In the sanitarium at that place
this week. Reports from Ballinger are to
the effect that she Is doing nicely.
C. M. Stanley has returned from a few
days' stay at Bronte, where he has been
looking after his Irrigation project. Mr.
Stanley will leave for Houston in a few
days to bring his family to Miles.
JUDGE I.KI.AND DEAD.
Pioneer and llespected Citizen of Wuct
Waco, May 1#.—Judge O. H. I,eland. pio-
neer Wacoan and the oldest living graduate
of Baylor university, tiled here this after-
noon. He was 87 years of age and had liv-
ed in Waco 56 years. He attended Baylor
university at lljii Independence, graduating
in 1866. IeitW li« occupied the chair of
mathematics in the university. He attain-
ed the rank of major in the confederate
army, served as county Judge of McT^nnan
county during reconstruction days and was
poutmnste rhere during the administrations
of President Rutherford B. Hayes and James
A. Garfield. He named his oldest friend
to preside at his funeral.
Pilots Most Hr Americans.
Washington, May 18.—American citizens
o*ly are to b8 trusted to pilot vessels pass-
ing through the Panama canal under the
rules Just laid down by Colonel Goethals
to govern the appointment of pilots. Ap-
pointees must In addition to American nat-
ionality. be under 46 years of age and hold
licenses for great lake and ocean going ves-
sels. Already a formidable list has been se-
SUICIDE AT BUOWNWOOD.
Dommtlo Trouble Cannes Young Mam to
Take Ills Life.
Urownwoqd, Ten., May II.—Thin after-
noon Claude Hammond, aged S2, an em-
ploye of Swift & Company here, took sixty
grains of strychnine at his home and died
fifteen mlnuteD later. Domestic troubles
are said to have been the cause. A wife and
one child survive him.
Attend MeUlcnl Meeting.
Carlsbad, Tom Green County, Texas, May
18.—Dr. S. E. Thompson, the assistant sup-
erintendent of the Texas State Tuberculosis
Sanitarium, left today for El Dorado, Ark.,
where lie will take a leading part In the
annual meeting of the Arkansas State Medi-
cal Association to be held In that place.
He will bo accompanied by Dr. Boyd Cor-
nick of San Angelo. These two gentlemen
will both read a paper on tuberculosis at
the meeting which has been thrown open
to the publto on this subject. This Is an
original idea of Inviting the public to take
part in a meeting of this description, but i
the Importance of widespread knowledge
of tuberculosis will probably lead to a gen-
eral adoption of this plan.
Scholnstic Census Completed.
Carlsbad. Tom Green County. Tex.. Ma*
18.—Gabe Staggs. the Tom Green county
road commissioner, has Just completed the
scholastic census for this district. Tho to-
tal number of children coming under the
Jurisdiction of our school trustees is fifty-
one of both sexeo. A determined effort to
oa foot to give these children more months'
school than last year, when we were only
able to give them six months, a part of that
time being by private subscription.
Dr. McKnlght Returns.
Carlsbad, Tom Green County. Texas, May
lg.—Dr. J. B. McKnlght, tho superintendent
of the Texas State Tuberculosis Sanltorlom,
has Just returned from a visit to Houston,
where he has been attending the annual
meeting of the Texas State Medical Asso-
ciation. The meeting was a great success,
and we understand that considerably more
prominence will be given to the subject of
tuberculosis at the next year's meetln.
Prof] Campbell Movw to Bang*.
Carlsbad, Tom Green County, Texas, May
18.—S. D. Campbell, formerly In charge of
our school here, lias gone to take up his
residence at Bangs, Texas, with his fam-
ily. We are sorty that he has gone as It
will be somewhat difficult to find a master
so capable of taking care of the children as
he has done during the time he held the
Keep Bowel Movement Regular.
Dr. King's New Life Pill" keep
stomach, liver and kidneys In healthy
condition. Rid the body ot poisons
and wste. Improve your complexion
by flushing the liver and kidneys. "I
got more relief from one box of Dr.
King's New Life Pills than any medi-
cine I ever tried," says C. E. Hatfield,
of Chicago, 111. 26o, at your drug-
Orient Track Washed Out.
Ban Angelo, May IK —More than three
miles of tho Orient track are reported to
have been washed oat by high waters last
night near Barnhart, about fifty miles wort
of here. Many laborer from here have been
rushed to the sceen of the damage and ev-
ery effort Is blng mad to repair the track
as quickly as possible. The reports from
there state that the water was higher than
ever before known since the Orient pene-
trated that section.
To Select Teachers.
Ban Angelo, May 18.—It la expected a
meeting of the school trustees wll bo hold
some time this week to select the teachers
for the San Angelo public schools. It Is un-
derstood that many seek the places. From
inside information it has been learned that
all of the old tencheas who wish to again
serve are to be allowed to do so for the
coming year. ^
Ballinger, May II.—Examinations In the
Ballinger public schools began here this
morning. Nearly every student in tho schools
Is standing tho final tests. Tho work will
be completed the latter part of the week
when the commencement exercises will
Another "Oldest Man."
Ballinger, May U.—J. H. Meadows of
Miles is supposed to be the oldest resident
ot Runnels county. May 21 he will be 97
years at age. As tar as Is known no other
cltiseu of this county has reached that age.
Remember Engineer Rues.
Ballinger, May 18.—The news that Robert
Rubs, an old engineer at Bomerville, had
died has reached Ballinger. Mr. Russ was
the engineer who drove the engine on tho
Santa Fe which carried the rails for tho
branch lino of tho Gulf, Colorado A Hanta
Fe Co. when tha track was laid many years
J ROBERT LEE
PROGRAM TUESDAY, MAY 19
"The Memories That Haunt" in two parts. A terrible
shipwreck is featured in this picture. Earl Williams,
Rose Tapley, Mary Maurice and Helen Costello are the
"A Father's Heart" -
A two-reel production^ the Lubin Co., featuring Dolly
Larkins and William E. Parsons in a heart-touching
"The Chicken Inspector"
A whirlwind of fun by the Vitagraph Co., featuring Wal-
lie Van, Flora Finch and Hughie Mack.
FROM 1:30 TO 10:30 P. M.
-10c AND 5c
Closing School SxereisM.
Robert Tee, May IS.—The Union school,
ten miles east of here, closed Friday a week
ago. Rev. T. L. Serrels of Bronte address-
ed theochooi and during the aftomoon some
very interesting games were played. Then
the children were treated to an old-time
candy breaking, which was enjoyed by them
all. The Union school deserves much cre-
dit for the good record It has made this
term. From an enrollment of - 94 pupils
there are two boys and four girls to attend
state Institutions of higher learning, namely
Carter ltawilngs and Ant Stevenson, who
are booked for the A. & M. College, liola
,Bawling*, to the College of Industrial Arts,
Villa Allison, Nettie Rogers and Oro Lee
Bandusky to the North Texas Normal col-
lege. Both teachers and pupils are to bs
commended for their enthusiastic school
work this .terra.
Kill Thousands of Rabbits.
Robert I'ee, May 18—The two rabbit
drives, which took place Friday from the
north and south, resulted in a big success.
The large1 army-of huntsmen from the Gra-
ham Valley community, north of Robert
I^ee, met the army from the Wild Cat sec-
tion, south of here, at the noon hour at Elm
Road (the most beautiful camping place In
Coke county), and a bountiful feast was
spread. When dinner was over, and after
resting for about an hour, these two largo
bodies of huntsmen again began operations.
A larfce number from here attended. The
number of rabbit* killed went up into the
thousands. These drives are not only a ben-
efit to the country, but nre a pleasure to
the citizen* as well. The ladies always
prepare nice dinners and are on the grounds
at the noon hour to enjoy the refreshments
and hear the hunters tell of the day's thrill-
Robert icc. May 18.—The Children s Aux-
iliary to the United Daughters of the Con-
federacy of this place, met Wednesday af-
ternoon at the Robert l^e Baptist church.
There was a large number in attendance
and an interesting program was rendered.
The music furnished by little Miss Noamft
!,ee Ada mi And her brother Master Noel
Adams on piano and violin wai excellent,
and they deserve much praise for their ac-
complishment along musical lines. The re-
citations, readings and other numbers of
the program also tfery entertaining.
This band of little folUi !• accomplishing a
great work, under the leadership of Mrs.
H. 1j. Adams.
Mom Notes au* Femonals.
Robert Leg. May IS.—The Woman s
Home Mission Society met at the home of
Mrs. A. P. Stone Wednesday afternoon.
There vxs a full attendance of members.
The lee cream festival, which was to have
been Friday night on the lawn of Mr. and
Mrs. W. If, Bimpson. was put oft on account
of the Inclemency of the weather.
The amount of rainfall which fell In Sat-
urday morning's shower was 1 11-Is lncrws.
It has been oloudy and showering along
'^Hher'lff *H Ickmfcn arrived Friday morning
from Sweetwater, with Heed Jones, whom
he placed In Jail at this place, ch*rgefl at
an accomplice In the burning of a houge at
Jlronte some time back.
Mrs. Mary T^wson of Krath county. Is
here visiting her relatives, J. N. Buchanan
and family and 8. 0. Wllklns and family.
She wn« called here on account of the se-
riouo illnee* of Mrs. Wllklns.
Mr. Stanley of" Bronte who l» connected
•wltll the Irrigation project at that place,
was a visitor hero this week.
| Triple Wri
Boy Shot In Eye.
Oolemnn, May IS.—Klliott Scott, tho I-
year-ohl child of J. K. Boog-Scott, promi-
nent ranchman of this county, was acci-
dentally shot In thg eye with a small rifle
last Saturday afternoon, and was taken to
Brownwood for treatment. Last reports In-
dicate that the Injury will not result se-
riously and will not lose the sight of his
eye, as was first reported.
Wee Wool Storage.
Coleman, May 1*.—The Chamber nt Com-
merce ot this city has secured the lease of
the Crawford building on Commercial ave-
nue for the storage free of charge of all
wool brought to Coleman for sale. This
building Is practically fire-proof ami tho
wool owners will thereby be protected frotn
fire, which tbey would otherwise be expos-
ed to in the ordinary care of their wool.
I_„I3./" - (Minting on Oat Crop.
Coleman, May 18.— Two inches of rain
fell here today making a t<)tal of 2,68 for
the past three days. A grain crop has
already been assured and most farmers pre-
dict a yield from 25 to 65 bushels per a*e.
Crop conditions are better in this county
now than they have been since 1900.
t EDEN \
1 Bden. May 18.—Rev. W. I.. Wall preach-
ed to the fraternal organisations In his ser-
mon last Sunday night. A very large au-
dience was in attendance. ,
At the Ball prohibition meeting held In
the school auditorium last Thursday night.
Revs. H. P. Wllsford, T. L.. Allen, H. Q.
Kendall were the speakers. But few peo-
ple were In attendance and another meeting
will be held In the near future.
Married, at the residence of the bride s
parents near Welview, on ThuriRlay, May 14,
1914, Mr. Carroll Fulgar and Miss Teresa
Stephens, by Rev. W. V. Wail. The bride
Is a daugbted of J. M. Stephens, a promi-
nent stockman and ranch owner.
Mrs. T. It. Allen is visiting her parents
at Hrpoksmlth. She will be absent a
month or longer.
John Ay lor and wife of San Antonio are
visiting relatives near Live Oak. They will
go to Oklahoma to reside In the near fu-
The Edens Commercial Band Is making
good progress under the leadership of Prof.
Sampson of Temple. An entertainment,
complimentary to the leader, will be one of
the principal events of the town in the near
fUThe Krwln Brothers are holding a revival
meeting In Menard with gratifying success.
An Infant child of Wm. Cox's was burled
In the Eden cemetery last Tuesday.
Prof. A. l<. Stewart has been elected as
principal of the Chalk Bluffs school tot
the ensuing year. His assistants will be
Misses Mamie end Ruth Bale.
Rev. 8. h. Bachelor and wife are visiting
the parents of the iatter; Mr. and Mrs. J.
F. Cave. _
We, the undersigned druggists of Temple,
have sold Hall's Teias Wonder for years
and recommend it to be the best kidney,
bladder and rheumatic remedy we have ever
«oM. 10 day* treatment for 11.00.
HAMIU'I PAIiACB DRUG STOR*.
J. J. BOOKER.
WILLIS ft MctiAIN.
J. C. DALLAS ft CO.
Murderous Ndfro at iMge.
Tulaa, Okla.. May 18— 8ix tired
posses of officers returned to Tulsa
tonight after fruitless all day search
of the surrounding country wlthoyt
results, for Douglas rtowe negro, who
early today shot and fatally wound«d
Policeman Ed Rice after holding up
a gambling houge. Feeling ran high
here today but had greatiy subsided
Rebels Closing on Baltillo.
Paredon, Mex., May 18.—The first
engagement In force of the campaign
Against Baltillo cannot be long de-
layed. The constitutionalist troops
rapidly are closing In on the town In
a way the leaders believe will check
any attempt of the federal garrison to
retreat to the south should such a
move be contemplatd.
i / More people drink Arbuckles' Coffee,
than *11 other packaged coffees put to-)
Thoutands of families have~use«I
Arbuckles' for fifteen, twenty-five, even
forty years. They find that no other cof-
fee pleases them to well, or gives them
so much value for their money/^
To see why Arbuckles' is so popular^
( you need only try it in your own home.1
Notice its rich, appetizing aroma; Its
delicious, satisfying flavor.
In addition, just by saving the ArbucLle
signatures on the packages, you can get
many useful-premiums. Notice how few
signatures it- takes to get these spoons
or lace curtains.
Get a package of Arbuckles' from
your grocer today and begin to save the
signatures right away.
Ario8aAwhole^bec(n)-Or \the new - Ground
No other baking
powder will raise
nicer, lighter bis-
cuits, cakes and
pastry, none is more
pure and wholesome
Then Why Pay More?
£>•" ■ •■r..
No. 244— Six tcaipoonr, real German Silver; guaranteed;
made by Wm. A. Rogers. 33 signatures and 2c stamp.
No. 278—Nottingham lace curtains. Each curtain
1 yard wide and 2% yards long.
54 signatures and 2c stamp.
Ths Welsh American Trio, high clous har-
mony end ragtime slimera, Is the vaudeville
attraction at the Orescent today. Those
who enjoy a clasny big time vaudeville at-
traction featuring extraordinary ly good
voices and beautiful wardrobe should make
It a point to visit the Crescent today and
It Is safe to say that they will go away
"'"ItUen From the Ashes" Is the title of
a thrilling He* drama which will be shown
today. This is a stery of an American bus-
iness man. whose offices was destroyed by
fire a few hours after he went to Me*leo.
A tramp robber, who was In the house at
the time was burned to death In the fire
and his charred body when discovered was
taken for that of the business man, and
his wife collects ths Insurance. The man
on arriving In Mexico Is captured by the In-
surrectos. How after many months he
manages to escape and arrive home to the
surprise of all who thought him dead Is
quite thrilling and Interesting. Ford Ster-
ling, tho famous comedian, will today be
seen In a screamnlg two reel comedy enti-
tled "Love and Vengeance." Manager Heg-
man saw this picture In Dallas and states
It la a scream from start to finish.
Vitagraph Feature at the C.wsi.
"The Memories That Haunt" Is the title
of a two-reel Vitagraph feature to be shown
at the Gem Theatre today. May 1». This
production Is one of great merit and carries
with It a strong plot that Is entertaining
and convlclng. It contains one of the strong-
est shipwreck scenes on film showing In-
numerable passengers leap from the deck
of the doomed vessel Into the sea. No more
Interesting, thrilling and scenlcally magni-
ficent production can be Imagined than this
one, and it will be a feature of more than
passing Interest. Ths superior cast ot Bar!
Williams, Rose Tapley. Mary Maurice and
Helen Coetello are featured.
"A Father's Heart" Is a two-reel Lubln
drama with Dolly Larkln and William E.
Parsons playing the lead. A beautiful heart
touching story Is woven around a marriage
against ths parents' will. Many thrilling
■cenes are used and the interest Is strong
to the end. .....
"The Chicks* Inspector —this Is one of
the Vitagraph side-splitting comedies vrtth
Flora Finch, Wallle Van and Hughie Mack.
Cutey gets an In I pec tor's badge, he works
It en the hatcher and the restaurant keep-
er. and gets all that is coming to him at
the burlesqus show. They "get his num.
her." He gives the town the liveliest time
and biggest laugh they ever enjoyed.
Continuous performance from I to l»:l»
p. m. dally. Admission: Aduts ISo, chil-
Coming, "Victory,- the world's greeteet
spectacular war drama! This statement Is
a broad one, but It positively Is the truth.
Never before In the history of motion pie-
twee has the United Btatee navy been put
In action for the making ef a motion pte-
ture. Few observers, perhaps, will ever give
a thought to ths difficulty of obtaining per-
DiWou tram the Secretary of the Navy to
use hattleehlpe In a moving picture for com-
mercial purposes. Few If any, will realise
the difficulty of making such a picture even
with full permission granted.
This picture overlooks nothrng in the way
of modern equipment end shows how far
the atmy and navy has progressed over the
and ways of 'SI. As an undertaking of mo-
tion picture production It comes as near
being gigantic as any producer would care
to have It. . _
"Victory" Is made In five parts,-and every
part of It Is filled with action and Includes
the notable cast of the following officials of
the United States navy: Bear Admiral Bad-
Ser of the Atlantic fleet: Josephus Daniels,
ecrctnry of the Navy; Captain Benson,
captain V. S. battleship Utah. The men
who took an active part In capturing Vera
Crua. Meslco, in the late Mcxlcon situation
are thus shown on the screen.
"Victory" was put forth by Its sponsor as
a patriotic picture, with a view to enlighten
American citizens In respect tfl their navy.
This picture enables one to Imagine tne
destruction that our navy Is capable of do-
ing. It is a picture that no man. woman or
child In the city of Temple should miss see-
ing when It Is presented.
The vaudeville act that was bonked for
this theaKe for the first part of tho week
haa been cancelled by Manager Lucas. Tjje
Ladies, Facts are Facts
Just received a shipment of White Wash Skirts in the
latest styles and fabrics. Sport Suits in White for
misses. Middy Blouses in White also, with different
Shirt Waists and Ladies' Underwear.
Why worry over sewing when you cai> buy them
Parasols in the latest styles and colors.
Now ladies, after looking over the advertised sales, call
at the Ladies' Store. 1 am prepared to compete with
style, quality and prices.
THE LADIES' STORE
team played hArt night and showed no class
at all. A new team will be here for today's
Several good pictures make up the picture
program. Following Is a short synopsis of
"A Soul Astray:"
Larry Gordon, born to affluence, has In-
herited dissolute tastes, and 1s expelled from
college. His sweetheart, Edith Hands,
pleads with Larry's father to receive him
back In his home, but the elder Cordon Is
obdurate aod Larry, with all home ties sev-
ered, rapidly goes down hill.
He drifts to the California coast country
and eventually becomes a beachcomber In
Honolulu. There he meets Lala, a native
dancing girl, who falls In love with him.
Meanwhile, baek home, Bdlth tries vainly
to gst In touch with her old sweetheart,
whom she believes she can reclaim.
Bdlth Is loved by Anthony Wentworth, a
prosperous business man, who patiently
waits far her to make a decision. He Is puz-
zled when she gently but firmly refuses him
on several occasions. One night she sings
Kipling's "Gentlemen Ranker*" and breaks
down In the middle of the song. Weeping,
She tells Wentworth bow she and Larry had
been sweethearts from childhood and of her
love tor him. Months later, a cousin who
returns from a trip around the world, shows
Edith a picture of a group at beachcombers
at Honolulu and among them Edith recog-
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Williams, E. K. Temple Daily Telegram (Temple, Tex.), Vol. 7, No. 180, Ed. 1 Tuesday, May 19, 1914, newspaper, May 19, 1914; Temple, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth474636/m1/6/: accessed December 17, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Library Consortium.