Temple Daily Telegram (Temple, Tex.), Vol. 7, No. 190, Ed. 2 Friday, May 29, 1914 Page: 4 of 4
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TEMPLE DAILY TELEGRAM, TEMPLE, TEXAS, FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 29,1914.
Spring Suits Going
EVERY SPRING SUIT ON SALE-BLUE
ANI) GRAY SERGES AND MIXTURES—
EVERYTHING GOES IN
Suits that were $12.50, $15.00 and $16.50,
for $8 75
Suits that were $15.00, $18.50 and $20.00,
for $11 75
Suits that were $18.50, $20.00 and $25.00,
for $14 75
TRADE 1HIP LIST
NAMES MI ST BE IN BY 6 O'CLOCK
IX OK 1)1.It TO APPEAR IN
Despite the prevalence of robbery, a few continue to
keep their money about their homes. In thus doing,
they are not only risking the loss of money, but also their
lives. How much safer and better it would be if these
people were to bring their money to this bank. Are you
running such risks?
ALL OF THE DEPOSITS OP THE
are protected by a guaranty bond under the laws of Texas
4 PER CENT PAID ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTS AND
TIME CERTIFICATES OF DEPOSIT.
TWENTY TICKETS UNSOLD
Committee Pays Santa Fo $250 for
Special Train—Many Farmers and
Helton Business Men liny Tickets.
Alarm Candles Heady for Distribu-
tion to Ticket Purchasers.
FIRE ORDINANCE VOID?
MEMBERS OF MAYOR WAITERS'
JURY EXPRESS THAT OPINION.
"No Restrictic In Effect and Almost
Any Kind of 'Sliack' Will He
Accepted," Is Claim.
It is not known whether or not the
city will attempt to make valid the
ordinance covering the construction of
buildings within the business district
of Temple. The next meeting of the
city council will be held Monday af-
ternoon at 5 o'cIock at which time
several matters of importance will be
discussed. The ordinance was ren-
dered worthless by the verdict in
Mayor Wallers' case Wednesday.
"If the ordinance had been pub-
lished at the time it was approved by
the city council,, we would have re-
In addition to plenty of fresh air
and proper diet, those suffering from
or who are predisposed to Tuberculo-
sis are recommended to use Eckman's
Alterative to stop night sweats, banish
fever and hasten recovery. This medi-
cine, by reason of its successful use dur
ing the past, warrants the fullest inves-
tigation possible by every sufferer.
Eckman's Alterative is most effita-
cious in bronchial catarrh and severe
throat and lung affections, and in up
btrflding tire system. It contains no
narcotics, nor harmful or habit form-
ing drugs. Accept no substitutes. Sold
by leading druggists. Write to the
Eckman Laboratory, Philadelphia, Pa.,
for booklet telling of recoveries.
turned a verdict of guilty," declared
two members of the jury yesterday.
"We all agreed that the ordinance
adopted by the council had been vio-
lated but we also believed that the law
had never been published for ten days
in accordance with the charter, so
there was nothing else for us to do but
to turn Mayor Watters loose.
"As we understand the situation
there Is absolutely no fire ordinance
in the city of Temple at present anl
almost any kind of wooden structure
may be built within the commonly
known fire limits without fear of
prosecution and conviction," remark-
ed a prominent real estate dealer in
discussing the outcome of the trial
Wednesday which resulted in a ver-
dict of "not guilty of violating- any
| city ordinance", being recorded in the
complaint against Mayor Watters.
It Will He Recital of Indignities Suf-
fered by Americans.
San Antonio, May 28.—A message
from Vice Consul Silllman of Saltillo
to relatives here stated he would leave
Vera Cruz today for Washington via
Hampton Roads. Advices indicate an
exhaustive report by Mr. Silllman
touching upon the conditions in Mex-
ico. including his own experiences
while held a prisoner. It is under-
stood his report deals mainly with a
recital of cruelties and Indignities Im-
posed upon Americans other than
himself by the federal army officers
,'oday at noon the list of firms and
individuals to be members of the trade
excursion to be conducted June 3 un-
der tlio auspices of tho CI mber of
Commerce and Temple Ad Club will
be closed and given to the printer for
The booklet showing the represent-
atives dn the special train will be
reaily f r distribution Saturday and
several hundred copies will be sent to
persons along the route.
Only Twenty Tickets Left.
There are only twenty tickets left to
be sold before the party is completed
and the remaining cardboards will be
placed before Tuesday. Several tick-
ets have been purchased by farmers
living in the vicinity of Temple who
wish to accompany the party on the
journey. A few business men from
Belton are also expected to make the
trip having obtained tickets from
members of'the committee.
Train Cost $250.
The committee met with Don Field
of the Santa F yesterday and gave
him a check for $250 which covers the
.cost of the special train for the ex-
cursion. Five chair cars, one bag-
gage car and Superintendent Hull's
private car will make up the train.
There is considerable friendly rivalry
among the engineers of the Santa Fe
as to who will be selected to make the
run. All of the engineers wish to go
and five or six who are not on duty
June 3 will accompany the party and
In ost for Temple.
All the expense of the trip will be
looked after by the ticket committee.
Alarm Candles Ready.
Tt has been announced by Fred Ry-
der that he had obtained a large sup-
ply of alarm oandles which will be
given free to all who purchase tick-
ets. The candle may be secured by
calling at tils place of business or from
Dan Wilson. J. M Carroll, who miss-
ed the excursion last year by over-
sleeping has armed himself with one
of the alarms. Three hundred can-
dles were ordered by Mr. Ryder.
Th general committee will meet
next Monday night to check up and
a full attendance is expected.
Collins Calls Meeting.
Hillsboro, Tex., May 28.—Chairman
Walter Collins of the state democratic
executive committee today sent out a
call for a meeting of the committee
June 3 at Waco, when the pro-rata of
expense for holding the primaries will
be estimated for each candidate and
the place of holding the next state
convention, the second Tuesday in
August, will be selected.
Your Summer Suit
While buying, why not get Something Good?
We will now sell you choice of the Biggest and
Highest Grade .Stock of Clothing in Central Texas, at
price less than the Ordinary Kinds ordinarily cost.
All Suits 1-4 Off
Except Palm Beaches
A Suit at the Cut Price and Shoes at only $2.95 for
$3.50 to $6.50 values ought to induce every man to
Chas. S. Cox
OUTFITTER TO MAN AND BOY.
GRAVEL FOR STREETS CONVICTS PASSTHRQUGH
TAL-COE AND TEMPLE HEIGHTS
AGREE ON MATERIAL.
Avenue L Will jue Improved 11 Feet
on Each Side of Car Tracks.
Other Streets 16 Feet.
OLD DARKY WILL RE FREED
FROM PEN JL'NIC 19.
Avenue L in the Temple and Tal-
Coe additions, which are embraced in
Improvement district No. four, will be
improved eleven feet on either side of
the car tracks beginning at the ends
of the ties instead of thirty feet as
reported yesterday. All other streets
in the district will bo improved to a
sixteen foot width.
At the meeting held at Wedemeyer
Academy Wednesday night it was also
moved that the traction company be
requested to improve between their
tracks on Avenue L with the same-
material as used in the paving, which
will be gravel.
The executive committee elected to
handle the affairs of the improvement
district is composed of four members
from each addition as follows: Tal-
Coe—W. E. Willis, W. B. Newby, M.
i R. Martin and W. E. Pozler. Tem-
ple—C. T. Mahler, Ed Love, R. L.
Weatherford and Tom Leigh.
Notice—Summer H< 'iool Juno 1 to
MISS DAISY f>EAKE,
tf Old Phone 537.
Man Whom Re Attacked Was First to
Sign Petition for Sam Bridges'
"Uncle" Sam Bridges, age sixty, col-
ored and a convict in the state peni-
tentiary at Huntsville, will breathe the
air of freedom Juno 19, aeording to
advices received by W. E. Willis from
At present "Uncle Sam" is working
in the cotton patch and is a model
prisoner. He had been confined since
last July when he was sentenced on
a charge of manslaughter filed by
Several months ago a movement
was started here to obtain "Uncle
Sam's" release from prison and the
first signer of the petition was D.
McKay, who also assumed an active
part in circulating the document and
procuring the pardon for the old
darkey. Mr. Willis also had displayed
much interest in the welfare of "Uncle
Prior to his sentence in the pen.
"Uncle Sam" was a handy man about
town, cutting grass, running chores,
and attending to little odds and ends
around the Methodist church. His
return to Temple will be welcomed by
his old friends among both the white
and black people of this city.
STREET PAMOUTJULY 5
FIFTY-NTNE MEN AND WOMEN IN
Special Car Carries Prisoners to
Huntsville—Heavy Chains Pre-
vent Their Escape.
A car load of prisoners, garbed in
civilian clothes, chains around their
necks and ankles passed through Tem-
ple yesterday noon en route to
Huntsville where they will take up
their sentences In the stato peniten-
In charge of the car were four
armed guards, somewhat lax In vigil
due to the secure Irons which bound
their charges to each other and also
to the floor of the coach rendering
escape almost impossible.
There were fifty-nine men and wo-
men in the party. The women were
9,11 black except one who Is on her
way to two years In the pen. She
was sentenced fr m Celeste for "boot-
Most of the motley travelers were
from points In North Texas. Their
sentences were from one year to life
To Prevent Blood Poisoning
r.pply at once the wonderful old reliable DR.
PORTER S ANTISEPTIC HEALING OIL. a »ur-
eical dressing that relieves pain and heals at
'he same time. Not a liniment. 2Sc. 50c. 11.00
LOOK READ COME
to Cheeves Bros. & Co. to Buy Your
Men and Boys
We Beat Them All
How Do We Do It
COME AND SEE
CHEEVES BROS. & CO.
Temple's Share of $600,000 Itond Issue
Will Re Known by That Time—Im-
proved Streets Mot Selected Yet.
"V. iien Temple's part of the bond
issue Is determined then will the
streets to be Improved be designated,"
declared a member of the citizens'
"There has been no definite proce-
dure agreed on In the selection of
streets to be improved but to a great
extent the amount of traffic and wil-
lingness of property owners along tho
street to Install curbs and gutters will
be considered In the selection.
"It is felt that when the time comes
tho citizens' committee will hold sev-
eral mass meetings at which time del-
egations from different streets may
appear and present their claims."
No streets have been designated so
far with the exception of those that
will connect with the country roads.
This agreement was made before the
bonds were voted, that all streots
forming a p rt of the highway sys-
tem over which the country people
could get to town should be Improved
from the public square In Temple to a
connecting point with the different
roads at the city limits.
Just what part of the $600,000 bond
issue will bo available for street Im-
provements should be made public
some time after June 15, when bids
for the construction of the country
roads will be opened at Belton.
The bids will bq let on a unit basis,
that Is, at so much per yard for ex-
cavation, so much for every yard of
gravel laid, c' ;. Tho total amount of
work under each^ unit will not be
known until the engineer and con-
tractor go over the routes thoroughly,
which will probably be around July 6.
It Is not expecte 1 that the estimate
of *3,700 per mile will be decreased
or Increased 10 per cent by the con-
Notice—Summer School June 1 to
"IISS DAISY I.KAKK,
tt Old l'hone 637.
Continued Through Today
Men's Blue Serge Suits, worth $15.00. Choice
Hart Schaffner & Marx $25.00 Suits, all this sea-
son's merchandise. Take your choice for
Hart Schaffner & Marx and Jarreil's Guaranteed
Suits, $20.00 and $22.50 values. Your choice for
Jarreil's Special $17.50 and $15.00 Suits, big line
to select from. Your choice for
Odds and Ends in Men's Clothing, worth $10.00,
$12.50, $15.00, $17.50 and $18.50. Pick 'em for
The Store Ahead On The Square
EIGHTY-NINE OANTNE8 EXTER-
MINATED IN SIX WEEKS.
Danger of Rabies In Warm Weather
Is Increased — Officer Huckabee
Killed Two Dogs Yesterday.
Officer Sam Huckabee Is conduct-
ing a spirited campaign against the
canine population of Temple and dur-
ing the past six weeks has extermi-
nated eighty-nine dogs that showed
signs of rabies or were acting queorly.
Yesterday two dogs were killed by
the officer on the south side.
The south side seems to be the
stamping ground for most of the dogs
as ninety per cent of the animals
killed have been found wandering
c.round In that section of the city. In
almost every instance the dogs were
not tagged with the license Issued by
tho city, although several of them
were valuable animals, but no doubt
were owned by citizens who were not
particular whether or not the dogs
were well cared for.
No abatement Is expected In the
killing; of the animals as with warmer
weather aproaching the danger from
rabies Increases. Several children
have been bitten by mad dogs this
LIFE BEFORE FHEM
HIGH CHOOL CLASS OF "14" DIS-
BANDED LAST NIGHT.
Interesting Address By Prof. Cockrell
and Invocation By Rev. Knick-
erbocker Followed By Play.
The Temple high school class of
"14" conducted its commencement ex-
ercises at the Temple theatre last
night to a packe 1 house, not a vacant
jrcat remaining when the curtain went
up at 8:45 p. m.
Rev. H. W. Knickerbocker delivered
the Invocation and was followed by
Prof. Clements who presented the
members of the class with their diplo-
mas. Superintendent Kimball was ill
and unable to fill the task which he
has undertaken for nearly twenty
Prof. E. R. Cockrell of Texas Chris-
tian university faculty delivered an
eloquent and Interesting address to the
class which was greeted with contin-
The valedictory was presented by
Miss Olivia Perkins.
All members of the class were
dressed in cap and gown, the girls
each carrying beautiful bouquets of
After the exercises a three-act play
entitled "The Distressing Adventures
of Don Quixote de La Mancha" was
presented by tho entire class.
The following is the class of "14"
roster, the first five being honor stu-
dents: Olivia Perkins, Martha Clara
Scholz, Theresa Mae Bohon, Ethel
Martin, Edna Margaret Fleming, Ed-
win Argyle Pailey, Lawrence S. Baker,
Charles G. Belgarde, Llllle May
Blohm, David H. Buchanan, .Tames
Willis Bush, Mozelle Craddock, Hulda
Engblad, Jack Gourley, Alma Irvln,
Lillian Bell Kuschke, Pauline Oletha
Lackner, Leo Zadelle Lee, Roy L. Mc-
Knlght, Vera McCarter, Edna McDon-
ald, Virginia Ruth McDowell, Nell
Noble, Gussie Lee Richardson, Olga
Julia Robinson, Maggie Roop, Vida
Florrie Suit, Blanche Wllma Wiggers,
Laura Belle Wofford.
Event Will Be Held In Auditorium
at 8:15 — Primary Program
The first graduating exercises of
Wedemeyer Academy to be held in
Temple will take place in the school
auditorium tonight at 8:15. Follow-
ing the plan of former years a gen-
eral theme will be discussed by the
graduates, "The Problems to be Solv-
ed Between Now and the Texas Cen-
tennial." Those to whom the special
features are assigned are: Misses
Myrtess Perry and Lucy Blair, Messrs.
Houston McKay, Ennls Kllllngsworth,
Roy Sanderford, Ed Robinson. Math-
ew Dlllard, Emzy Sutton, Robert,
Madden, Ernest Hall and Will Sher-
The Mrs. Ernest Wedemeyer gold
medal will be the prize In this contest,
the school grades for the year count-
ing 50 out of a possible 100. Special
music includes a song by the girls'
chorus, a solo by Miss Hlatt and a
quartet by Messrs. Dickey, Sherrlll,
Kllllngsworth and Sanderford.
The school house has been beauti-
fully decorated for the occasion and
the Temple people are urged to at-
tend. A special car has been secured
for the crowd coming from Belton.
No charge Is made to the entertain-
The promary exercises and Junior
debate, postponed from Wednesday
night will be held Saturday night.
More extended notice In tomorrow's
U. S. Surgeon General Talks of Condi-
tions In Tropics.
Mobile, Ala., May 28.—The tropics
will eventually be people by Anglo-
Saxons, but their way must be paved
by sanitation, Surgeon General Wil-
liam C. Gorgas, United States army,
declared in an address before the
alumni of the University of Alabama
medical department here last night.
Science had so advanced In the last
decade, he asserted, that It Is now
safe for any white man to make his
home In the tropics If lie follows the
advice of sanitarians.
Dr. Gorgas today was the com-
mencement orator at the University
school of medicine, his subject being
"Sanitation in Panama."
Mansey Visits Teddy.
Oyster Bay, N. Y„ May 28.—Frank
A. Munsey, one of the leaders of the
progressive campaign In 1J12, came to
Oyster Bay today to see Coloneli The-
It was Mr. Munsey who, after the
bampalgn, launched a movement for
an amalgamation of the progressive
and republican parties, which Colonel
Roosevelt would not approve. Mr.
Munsey motored from New York with
George W. Perkins.
Colonel Roosevelt said ho expected
several other political visitors later In
Notice—Summer School June 1 to
Old Phone M7.
MISS DAISY LEAKE,
Will soon be here.
t Better select presents
But be sure and come
here while looking
J. C. Dallas & Co.
Why pay for Prairie Hay
when you can get just as
good Repacked Hay for
less money? 4 ,
A. B. CROUCH
. ^ ^ v capsules
AT YOUff DRUGGIST.
Local Elks and Woodmen Are Invited
to Ceremony at Templo
Tho local Elks Lodge and Wood-
men of the World camp are Invited
to attend the unveiling services of the
W. C. Crawford monument at tho
Temple cemetery Sunday afternoon at
Services will be conducted by W. O.
W. camp of Oenaville and Judge John
D. Robinson of Belton will be tho
principal speaker of the occasion.
Mrs. Crawford who has been liv-
ing at Bloomlngton Bince the doath of
her husband Is in Temple for the
services. Mr. Crawford was one of
the most prominent men of Bell coun-
ty and at the time of his death was
engaged in the ginning business. Sev-
eral Important Inventions were made
bv Mr. Crawford during his lifetime.
He was forty years old at time of
J. A. Humphries of Oenaville was
In Temple yesterday arranging for th»
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you make a wise selection.
Concern , .
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