The Temple Daily Telegram (Temple, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 209, Ed. 1 Saturday, July 19, 1913 Page: 3 of 8
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THE TEMPLE DAILY TELEGRAM, TEMPLE, TEXAS, SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 19,1913.
HALF SCORE HITS
TAILENDERS LOSE SENATORS' RALLY
TO PIRATE CREW FALLS ONE SHORT
Houston Makes l our Hingles Count f-alteston liiinotio Hits I'nougll In
1'or l'our Kuiis While Brono
N<t>rt' Tnlcc On TweUe.
Sixth Inning to Win From Heau-
inont. live to l'our.
Austin Makes Strong Ill<l lor Game
But Dallas ('ti<\ks Them Just
Temple vs Bartlett
TOD A Y
Temple vs Belton
Temple vs Ft Worth
Grandstand has been
enlarged to seat 1,400
SAN' ANTONIO, July 1« — Getting
.twelve hits to Houston's four, the
Bronchos nevertheless went down in
the final game before the bisons to-
I clay. 2 to 4. With at least one man
on base in every Inning and with
twelve left there the locals always
lacked the winning hit.
Whiteman's homer scored the first
Houston run and an error counted the
next one. Score:
San Antonio— Ali. R. H. O. A E
Lemon, c -If. 5 0 1' ~ U 0
Collins, rt' r, 0 1 0 0 0
: Seitz. I'b :: (i 2 2 2 0
Frantz. lb 5 0 111 1 1
[ ' Stinson. of 3 1 2 1 0 0
Kibler, 11 * 0 0 a ."> 0
Sch wind, ss 4 o 1 2 2 0
Price, c 0 2 i» 2 1
Goodwin, p 4 0 1 0 1 0
Huntress. If 0 1 0 0 0 0
Totals II 7 2 1 2 27 1 2
Houston— AH P. H < >. A K
Mnwry, If 0 <j o 0
Aiken. ::b :: u l " l 0
I tavi«. lb -rf :: l 1 2 o 0
Whiteman. if .... 1 1 u 0
Hritton. ss 1 1 2 1 0
N'ewnam, lb 4 U 0 1 11 (»
Kliaupp, 2b. 4 0 (i a 2 (I
Reynolds. C 4 v (J o 4 :: (I
1 Jose. II 2 1 <1 1 r. 'I
Fillman, rf U rt 0 2 0 0
Totals 2.« 4 4 27 12 0
San Antonio OOOrtOl 010 — 2
Houston 021 uOuulO — 4
Summary: T-.s o-).:ise hit. Stinson;
thr- • -b.ise hit. < 1 vv in : home run
Whiteman: stolen base. Seitz. Stinson,
Frantz. I>avis- Hritton. Huntress, sac-
rifice hit, Mowry. Price: stru. k out.
Goodwin 11. Ki.se r, base on balls.
Goodwin P.oSe . left ..n l a^e San
Ant..nio 12. Houston 7. ih.ubi- plays.
Seitz to Sehuirul t.. Fr.intz Time. 2
hours. Umpire. Math* .vs
BEAUMONT. July IS—Torrev
pitched a good game of ball for five
innings this afternoon but in the
sixth the Pirates bunched four hits
oft him for as many runs. Chappelle
u as substituted and held the visitors
safe until the tenth when three suc-
cessive hits netted a run, enough to
win with. The score:
Galveston— AH. R. H O. A E
Madden, :;b 5 2 2 0 2 0
Maag 2 b £, 1 2 6 7 0
Hopkins, if 4 i 4 o o
Williams, lb 4 1 1 10 1 0
Frierson. if f> 0 1 2 1 0
Massey. rf :i 0 0 0 0 0
I)odd. ss r. 0 0 1 2 0
Jordan, c 2 0 0 '• 0 0
Wilson. <; 2 0 o 2 0 1
Moore, p 4 0 1 0 1 0
Totals 3 7 5 10 2 0 11 1
Beaumont— AR. R. H. O. A. E
Wllle. . f 4 rt 2 rt 0
boi.ird, 2t. r. ii rt ; r. o
MeMahon :'.b 5 0 0 0 2 0
Williams.'if 4 :t 2 0 0 0
. Cooke. 1 b 2 1 114 o o
ii.-ui.iMs, c 4 rt 4 s 1 rt
Hetts, rt 4 0 0 0 0 0
Edmiston. ss .... 4 0 rt 1 ?. 0
Torrev. p 2 0 0 0 1 rt
i 'happelle, p. 2 0 0 rt 1 0
Totals n 6 4 9 2 0 12 0
Score by innings:
1 Galveston 000 00 4 000 1 — *
Beaumont .010 20o oio 0 — 4
Summary: limine* pit' he 1, t.>• Tor-
r< y. 2- runs, off Torrev 4 . hi?«.
off Torrev 4, t«'o-ba«e hit. Cooke,
Madden, Moore, three-base hit, Wil-
li-, wild pitch, Torrev. double plays,
I'..eld to M.tag to Williams; sacrifice-
hit. I'odd. I'ooke; passed balls. Jor-
dan : left on i.ase. Galveston 6. P-khi-
n.ont 7. struck out. Moore 6. Torr.y
4, c'isappelle 2. i.oses ..n balls Moore
. Torrev 2; stob-n l ute Hopkins
Time, 2 hours Umpire. McKee.
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Owners and Proprietors of the ONLY COMPLETE AB-
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Al STIN, Tex., July IS —A ninth ir.- |
nlng rally fell one short of tieing the j
score and Dallas won the last game of
the series today from Austin, 4 to 3. |
Austin failed to score until the ninth
when two singles, a walk and a triple
netted three runs. Dallas scored in
the first on a double, stolen base and .
one error, in the fourth on a walk,
t \v o stolen bases and a passed ball,-j
in the fifth on two singles and a sac-
rifice hit and in the seventh on two
singles and a double steal The
i s< <»r»' i
I -alias— Al! R. H O. A E.
. IMincan. rf Z 1 2 0 0 0
Hoone. ss 3 1 1 2 6 0
Wilson, If :> o 0 2 0 0
Till.is. 2b. 4 o 0 1 2 0
stor. h, of r; ii o 2 o o
! Kellerman, 2b ... 2 1 1 3 4 0
Cross, lb 4 0 11.: o o'
Marshall, c .4 1 1 4 1 0
Ponder, p 0 0 0 2 0
Totals 2!' 4 6 27 16 0
Austin AR. R H. A. E
Hohrihur-:, 1 b ... 4 1 210 1 0
Roche. «s 4 1 2 2 2 1
Jimis. If 4 0 o 2 o 0
i 'ook. rf 2 1 0 o 0
M 1 ver. ■ f ■'< o 0 2 0 0
Hilie, ::b It H 1 o 0
Rrainard, 21. .... 4 o 0 2 3 0
Hobo .■ .... 2 ii rt 3 1
Tavio'r. p 3 o o 0 2 0
Totals 2„< 2 -7 13 2
S- or_• by inr.ir.gs
■ iia:l.is looiii nno—4
Ai,«t:n 0oo ooo 00 ! — 3
Sjmmarv: Three-base hits. Hille.
tuo-lia.«r hi"?. Duncan. Roche; earrt-
• .1 runs. Da.as 2 Austin 1. left on
base. Dallas Austin stolen bases,
Dur.c a:. Room , Ston h. Keiiermur
* 2 I I ; r. -SS double plrt\ S, BOOIlfc tO
K i 11 • rrn.in to Gt-" Kellerman to
Rootle to Gross. pa^-.sj ba..s, Pejbo 2:
• Wild pitches ponder 2. hit by pin her.
T.1-. lor 1 Time. D26. Umpire, How-
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ZflJ i ' Wom.e°»ndchlldren» froni 25c. to $5. oo per pair, in .my color
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Suindinsr of the Cluh«
Piavod. W. n. I o>L Pet.
Houston .. . :-v
Dallas .... '* 4 4 I Z,". 7
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Austin • 1 < ^ "I 4 '01
1 '.a I'. estO n ... 1 1111 4 » 72 4 « '•
p. ■ rt Worth ... '• * 4 ■ "4 . 4
H - a u m o n t .... ^ 4 .442
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Wa« o. 4. F rt Worth. X.
Where Tin-) PLiiv T'nla^
Gn'.-, .-to- at l|..;sto!i.
Pe„-;m..r.- a- S.n An tor.: o
Wa. ,, at Aus-:r.
Fort Worth a* 1 alias
amfrk \n i,k,a(.i 1
StamllniT of the Clubs
I'lao J. W.,n. I.ov», IV*
BEATEN BY WACO
X National League ?
•ikIpjw-rs Siiiy-ced In Hltling Mi^Caffer-
l> lu Pini-lic* »ml Win i nuil c.uuu*
Of S«-r1«-s, i to 3.
Cincinnati. S: I>iilla<l«*lphia. 3
Philadelphia J ;.' - '"inctnr.at
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toiia\ defeat. ■ it •
the e.fth-h -h. re
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WA''" 1 Julv D—The ]..< a'.s v n
•h.ir «.xth straight Kame today b«
h.ttititf M'-c'afferty ):, p!t.vh»- .W.-
t r, . o r \\ a 1 o n ;e i,,' .. 11. Ii bit u a s
»•'••• eii great sup;.or- The Panthers
rallied irt the eighth. Salni« triple
1 ri. 1 H o -a 1 rd « home r u r. . r
•-Tn." sc-.rttiif two runs D..ge\ « hn-
' -t.K and base running featured. The
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American League X
Where They Play Tixlay
Philadelphia at Chicago.
Washington at St Louis.
11, .st. in at 1 rott
Xtw V -Ik at ciev. lan.i,
M \ I !<>N \I I F \(.I F.
Standing of the Club*.
Played. Won. Lost.
y " ", C, ' • I,
Kit. hi ns . . .
York, :5-7>: I/miIs, 4-0,
N-a V .rk J 1 4 -New- York
again brok* c. • n In a double-header
v. th St l.i. i!« V'd») The visitors
w .-r. the ' t 1 . s e J v pU> e.J affair.
4 e, -» w h: -- th. lo<"a'« the *<<'-
..nd en«.;|v ♦-, i. N'.w j „tk fielded
the first game while the
h.-rs eav- tfv home team
pass- s In th, Second
., . , V . ' I the \ 1 S i r O r s to
d b.ts The (i.ai.ts pound-
f . . e -1 a t '
H. r --1 .
K H F
St I.- . . n 20 con 2l''ii—4 6 2
New V. rk . P'O 02U--S 4 I
Hatt-ri.s - (J e v e r Perritt. Saliee and
Wingo 1' r a t, daI T*-sreau and Me>-
ers, S nod grass Wils n.
2 2 2 f 2 4 11 1
batted f.r Vance in the
S. re by innings:
Wa. .. . 000 071 00*—4
Fort Worth oio l»ut' 020—2
Se, r.d game —
St I.o■.: «
New York . .
Hatteri -s P. r
R H F
tr. 0 r.ftO— (1 i1
c■ 1 n 1 • - ". P) o
■- 1 W : go P.ob-
Detroit. Rostun, 1.
•it. J u ly DS. — Ceorte Dau^s
great iiall t'ulav and Detroit
d I '-..ston, 7, to 1. In the sev-
ning Speaker hit a hall in front
plate and it bounded so hiith
'ir that tin- runner reach..!
'or.- it came down Iri field-
ing Yeaoh's grounder in the fourth
Inning Joe Wood Injured his right
band. It was announced he prob-
ibly would be unable to pitch again
'or at least two weeks. Score:
n. H F
00(1 000 0 1 0—1 4 2
. . . .000 003 20* — r> 8 0
f 1 r I -a 11.-rics - - Wi 11 id Mosely. Hall and
sateguards your Illturc, Ihomas; Dauss and McKee.
N" o w Y.-rk
• '111- a g .
H. rook ly n
Every man woman and
child ought to save—it 1^;" "
Pittsburg. 12. Brooklyn. 1.
New York, 2- 5, St Louis. 4-0.
Where They Play Today.
Chicago at Boston.
Pittsburg at Brooklyn.
St. Louis at New York
Cincinnati at Philadelphia.
Summary: Two-base hit. Bet k.
Howard: three-base hit. Dugey. Salm,
home run. Howard; saorifn c hit.
Heck. Conkrite Wallace: stolen base.
Dugey 2, Crli hj.iw, Tanner. Reilly.
McLaurin. Makinev: double plays,
Ashton to Dugey. Beck to Wohlehen to
Tanner. Kiienvt-s to Sabn to Fherline;
pitching record. 4 runs 7 hits off Me-
Cafferty in six innings: base nn halN
off Ashton 1, off McCaffertv a, off
Veasey 1 ; struck out, by Ashton 2, by
McCafferty G, by \'easey 1: first on
errors, Waco 1, Fort Worth 1, left on
base Waco 8. Fort Worth 5. Time.
1:7.0, Umpire. Gardner
and paves the way to
The person who can-
not, does not and will not
save money, cannot and
will not do anything else
We pay 4 per cent on ;
Today is the day to be-
gin to save and right
here, with us, is the safe
place to put your sav-J
Philadelphia. 4: Chicago. 1.
Chicago. July is.—Chief Hen.br
bad his Indian =ign working against
1 hicago today and the league b-a.lers
evened up the series by winning th-
!"urth ga me. 4 to 1. Manager Calla-
han had the services of his b;gh
priced outfielder. Larry Chappelle,
purchas-d from Milwaukee, but this
did riot baffle the Indian who allow-
the locals but five hits. Score:
Philadelphia ...000 200 010—-4 9 1
•'hicago 01 0 000 000—1 5 2
Hatteri.-s—Bender and Schang;
Huss*-11 and Schalk.
FI.IMIVATINT. CAN.\I)I WS.
Xmerlc^ana I-laslly Win Qualifying
(iami's I^or Tennis Tournament.
d. <>.. J
11 v 18.—Costlv
1 New York to win from
to 2, today, Gregg was
while Cleveland was un-
de to do much with Ford's pltchinc
ickson made three errors, two of
hich were responsible for two of
■ w York's runs. New York made
ur double plays which killed Cleve-
nd's rallies. Score: H. H. K.
• ■ \ eland 002 000 000—2 6 5
ew York 002 01 1 001 — 5 12 0
Hatteries—Gregg and Carisch;
jrd and Gossett.
Washington. 5; St. Fouls, 1.
St. Louis. July 18 —Walter John-
son added another game to his long
string of v ictories this afternoon when
Washington scored four runs in the
twelfth inning, winning the third suc-
cessive game from St. Louis. 5 to 1.
During the four Innings the speed
marvel pitched hut one man readied
first base and he by virtue of an er-
ror bv McHride Score: B. H. K.
Washington 000 100 000 004—a 12 2
St. Louis ,.000 000 010 000—1 7 1
Hatteries—Groome, Johnson and
Hi-nry, Ainsmith; Baumgardner and
Wimbledon. Fngland. July 18—The
United Slates team today took from
Canada the two single matches play-
ed In the final round of the preliml-
narv tournament t° select a team to
• challenge Fngland next week for the
i Davis International Lawn tennis
j H. Norrls Williams heat B. P.
Schwengirs. the Canadian champion,
in straight set« f.-4, G-2, 6-4. and
Maurice F McLoughlin won the sec-
ond match from H. B. Powell at 10-8,
6-1. 4-4, Only one victory in the
three remaining matches is needed to
complete Canada's elimination.
Iioth Williams and McLoughlin won
i in convincing style. Williams scored
[ a total of 10.1 points to Schwenger's
75, while McLoughlin totalled 124
I points to Powell's 99. It was clear
that neither of the Americans was
; keyed up to his best form.
j Harold H. Hackett of New York.
who is a fresh memb«r of the Ameri-
! can team, and McLoughlin are picked
close observers to take the doubles
? Southern League X
Nashville. 8-2; Montgomery. 5-4.
| Montgomery, July 18.—Nalshville"
| won the first game, 8 to 5. and Mont- \
i goniery took the second. 4 to 2. this |
| afternoon. Both contests were* seven j
| Innings by agreement. Scorei
1 First game— p^H. E i
Nashville 320 100 1 — 8 10 21
Montgomery 020 020 1—5 7 2
Hatteries—Williams and GEbsom;
Sparks and Donahue, Breen.
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recent years It «iims to be the con-
census of opinion tli.it about 10 pi r
Second game— R. IL E. 1
Nashville 100 100 0—2 9 3;
Montgomery 000 220 •—4 5 0 j
Hatteries— Beek Br. okenridge arid i
Noyes; Case and Donahue.
Birmingham, H; Mobile. 7.
Mobile. July IS.—Birmingham ujon((
from Mobile this afternoon. 11 o "■ \
Foxen was as Ineffective as Ber-
| ger, Mobile making a to'al of twelve |
hits and Birmingham 14. -5eore:
B. H, E.
Birmingham ..010 004 600—11 1 4 3
! Mobile 030 010 003— 7 12 3i
Batteries—Foxen and Clifton;, Ber- j
ger and Schmidt.
i match tomorrow from the Canadians,
j Powell and Schwengers, but the ex-
| perts declare that if tbe United States
players expect to lift the cup from
I England in the challenge round both
| American singles players must show
better form than they did today.
Memphis. 2; Nashville. 1. '
Memphis, July 18.—Two hits aad j
two errors in the eighth inning today I
! gave Memphis a 2 to 1 victory over (
Chattanooga. Score: R. H. E. |
Chattanooga ...100 000 000—1 6 ?
Memphis 000 000 02*—2 6 1
| Hatteries—Kroh and Street; Harrell
j and Snell.
1 American Association J
Milwaukee, (1; Louisville, 1. '
Kansas City, 2; Toledo, 7.
Minneapolis, 2-3; Columbus, 4-5.
8t. Paul, 1; Indianapoll*, 0.
Chappelle Costs Sot $15,000.
Chicago, July 18.—The Tribune,
stating that its story is authorized by
President Comiskev. today declared
j that the price paid Milwaukee for the
I sensational outfielder, Larry Chap-
1 pelle. was:
| "Cash, $1 3,500."
Player John Beall or $3,000 If for
any reason Beall failed to report for
One catcher by June 1, 1914, or if
a satisfactory one cannot be found,
$1,500 in cash.
On this basis Chappelle co»t the
White Sox »1S,00
Atlanta. 11; New Orleans. 1.
New Orleans, July 18.—WaJk?T
weakened in the fifth, but was not
I taken out, and Atlanta won an easr
game. 11 to 1. Score:
R H E "
Atlanta 0000 140 303—11 15 0
s New Orleans . .000 000 00*— 1 3 5
Batteries—Dent and Dunn; Walker
Pitt-burg. 12: Brooklyn. 1.
Brooklyn. Jul> P -Brooklyn's
piti hers w .'re %xild anil ineffei ti\*• t -
day and P:tt«b :rg ix ilki-d away with
a 12 to 1 victory Three pitchers fig-
ured in th» fifth. Wagner and Hall
giving five bast » on balls. Babe Ad-
ams held the Brooklyn* 1° '"1V« hils
and made four of Pittsburg's twelve.
Score: u " E;
Pittsburg 470 000 —1 2 12
Brooklyn Of 0 1 00 000- - 1 5 2
Hatteries — Adams and Simon.
Curtis. Wagner, Hall. Kint and
NEW TARIFF CUTS
DUTY TO THE BONE
(CONTINUED FROM P.VCJE ONE!
I'nited States. Wise use of the retal-
iatory power will, It is reasonable to
be expected, bring about equitable ar-
rangements with those countries
which not now afford us fair treat-
ment, and it is probable that the
weapon thus provided, will be so
available and effective as to make its
actual use unnecessary under ariy or-
i if another important feature added
by the senate committee, a tax of one
tenth of a cent per pound on cotton
sold through stock exchanges for fu-
ture delivery, the report says:
"The committee believes the sub-
ject matter one fit for the imposition
of a proper tax. not only because of
its indirect influence in eliminating a
parasite which has afflicted the bus-
iness of dealing in purchases of cotton
for fuuure delivery, but because It will
result in the collection of a consid-
erable sum of revenue from a source,
which In its usual operation produoed
abnormal profits from a bsuiness that
is not susceptible of just taxation in
any other way.
Cotton Future Dealings.
"The committee is advised that
since 1907 no official record of the
extent of the dealings on the cotton
exchanges in contracts for future de-
livery Is accessible to the public, but
reliable estimates fix these dealings
at about 13,000,000 bales annually in
the prr-pnerd tax
»f the latter class
leavt- Intact that
Watermelons on Ice
Ring new phone 287, or old '1020.
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WHY NOT TRY POPHAM'S
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Trial Package by Kail 10p.
WILLftMS Mil.ft, Prom, atnrai, 0.
For Sale In Temj>le By J. C. OaQaa M Co
cent of th
chase of o tti.n for future d. hv. r>
embraced in that branch of the 1".
ness known as hedg:ng ar.j th.- ot
5*0 per cent thereof is of a speculat
or gambling character, «h< re n >
lii err of the product is ever really
tended to bmade
"If the effect of
is to eliminate all
of business and to
part of the dialings resorted t
hedging purposes, th.- revenue derived
from this tax should amount to abo-it
$7,000,000 a > ear and if its imposition
does not have the efft-ct of eliminat-
i ing the gambling or speculative end
j of the business, the n venue derived
therefrom will he enormously in ex-
cess of this amount."
I Reduction in the basic exemption
of the Income tax from $4,000 as in
! thp house bill to $3,000 for unmar-
ried persons, the report comments
| upon In part as follows:
"By the amendment the lowest pos-
sible exemption to any one person
| would be $3,000 and the highest pso-
j sible exemption to any one person
$5,000. While the amendment may
i make no wide difference ir the vol-
ume of revenue derivable from the
tax, it is dei rned equitable as recog-
: nizing the added obligations on ac-
count of marriage and children and
salutary as emphasizing the family as
the unit in our social strcuture."
Changes are F.xplalned.
' The changes in all the schedules
are dealt with at length in the report
■ On agricultural products, many of
I which will be transferred to (he free
( list, the committee has this to say:
I "The house bill and amendments
made by the committee on financ ful-
ly recognized the paramount inter-
ests of our agricultural population by
placing implements of every kind and
description, baling wire, cotton bag-
ging and ties, low priced blankets.
' boots and shoe.-, cement, nails, lum-
ber coal, harness, saddles, cotton gins,
wagons, carts, bagging for grain, wool
and other bags, sewing machines and
'"many other products of daily utility
on the free list. <~Hir agricultural
population will share in benefits
I brought about by the reduction In
1 duties on sugar and its eventual elimi-
nation. The substantial reductions
made all along the line on cotton and
| woolen goods, various aoparel of
j every description, on household fur-
i nishlngs and utensils, hardware and
j similar products of our factories, will
remove a considerable part of the
j burden of tariff taxation now borne
j by the farmer as well as the dweller
j In the city an dthe laborers in the
j factory, fields and mines."
1 The sugar and wool schedules are
left unchanged as to free sugar
and free raw wool. Sweeping
reductions in the metal schedule are
treated in the report with considera-
ble comment. Pig Iron, ferro man-
ganeie and ether products were
BEWARE OF THE DEADLY FLY
KEEP IT AWAY FROM BABY
'By Theora Carter President, So-
j citty nf lio■<! Ch• i-r i
Keep the flies fr« m your baby—■
they are more dangerous than ele-
phants. The big thing shows the big
Jangtr. The little fly buzzes into
manure heaps, filth, putrefaction, and
then comes to baby bringing all kinds
• .f disease germs. Flies are deadly.
If baby Is ui.able to overcome the
deadly g. rm the fly brings, baby
leaves jo'J I have been watching
the work of deadly flies for many
years I know two families living <11
the little town of B. B. These fam-
ilies were neighbors — one ladv
i brought out a family of thr. e. and
they are robust youngsters. Mother
kept them out of the reach of flies.
She went hunting for flies—covered
her youngsters regularly in the sum-
mer time. The other mother did not
believe a little fly could hurt her
young—she paid no attention to the
fly. line by one she laid away her
babies until now thev are three silent
j empty places in her heart, and gloom
Is In the household.
If you can't kepp flies out of the
■house, cover the baby wl h a netting
if vou can't aff.
net, get a
piece • of cheese-cloth- amThing that'
wii^ gi\e.ibaby air See ih.it baby gem
aur. a:.d keep it away from the fly.
IT you. fan get a little carbolic acid,
mix with one pt'.rt of carbolic acid
and throe "parts of water Get a whisk
b r.»• m a rul spray with the broom on
the floor oti the room where baby
slet [»s in the* day We will need good
nien and women for our future don't
let tbe fly carry one s; "in le one away.
The .danger' is iit front of you—Its as
real as a t.ipr elephant
When baby cries, try to find out
the reason. It may no J a spoon of
water—it n*ay be a barwlage that's
too tight— it mny bo' it has laid in one
position too long Coo to baby, but
use your mother judgment. Of
course. it's;hf>t and v<wi have so many
problems, but vou can fight them.
Baby hfis problem® too. only habv's
problmtis, are solved by you Try to
(Hi rcume your irritation before you
pii k up btahy It's part of you—if
vou are <'rit-s. babv is more than Itke-
ly to be i noss It's huird this life—
but It is cinsler if you are for G^od
placed on the fre list by the com-
mittee and the report says:
"The house bill places Iron ore
upon the free list mainly because it 1
was found that the domestic supply |
of iron ore was largely controlled by
the lTnlted States steel corporation
and for the purpose of aiding the in-
dependent steel manufacturers in
competition with the monopoly. For
similar reasons the committee on fi-
nance thought the ferro manganese
j should also be placed upon the free (
T1m> Object Sought.
! Concerning the general revision the
senate committee says: "It has
: sought in the amendments it pro-
I poBees to the house bill to further
I carry out and perfect the theory of
I establishing a revenue producing
tariff upon the basis of competitive
rates as a just and fair interpretation
' in the light of existing conditions of
: the latest authoritative utterances of
' the party in power upon that subject
I and now submits tbe results of it?
labors with the confident belief that
the enactment into law of the house
j bill as amended will result in a more
' equitable distribution of the burdens
and the incidental beenfits of our sys-
I tem of customs taxation; that it v
I tend to disintegrate the monopolies
| built up under the present system;
that it will enlarge opportunity
through Individual effort, reduce t>"r
cost of living and release the pe
' from the burdens of the pro'
! «y8tem strikingly exemplified
socalled 1'ayrt' Aldrich I'll! which thi9
measure is intended t<> supersede.
A tter of Taste.
(The Fll gende Blaetter.)
He—I nevi r sec your great friend
the baroness wB h you now Have you
She—Oh, no,.*1ust our frocks don't
go well together pust at prese nt .o vv«
r* i lust
SHOULD BE KILLED
At the first sign of tl le t -pulsive cock,
roach or waterbug, p* frov'» yuur drug-
gist a box of tbe genuine St. 'ams' Elec-
tric Rat and Roach Paste and use it
according to directions; am' in the
morning you can sweep up a f* mful of
dead cockroaches. Ready for ua ' "> dot*
not blow into tbe food like powders.
Stearns' Electric Paste is sold on
guarantee of moyy back if it fail* to
txterminate <•< ' rats, nuoe^Jfc:.
r snd 11.00, or
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Williams, E. K. The Temple Daily Telegram (Temple, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 209, Ed. 1 Saturday, July 19, 1913, newspaper, July 19, 1913; Temple, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth474799/m1/3/: accessed October 18, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Library Consortium.