Temple Daily Telegram (Temple, Tex.), Vol. 9, No. 274, Ed. 1 Tuesday, August 15, 1916 Page: 2 of 8
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TEMPLE, DAILY TELEGRAM, TEMPLE, TEXAS, TUESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 15, 1916.
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Sale will close
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TEMI'IiK AND TAYIiOR.
MEXICAN HUNTERS AND MORMONS EXCHANGE SOCIAL AMENITIES
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TEMPLE MAN IS APPOINTED
I'OINDKXTKIt PLANH TO OBTAIN
ed to see what the other
the county ftro doing in n
meiit way—an exhibit way.
Of course, every one in Bell county
Is interested In the corning fair—in-
terested in its ultimate success find
in the many educational things there
to cause the success. Naturally, too,
General Pershing and Mormon Bishop licntley in conversation at anniversary celebration.
General Pershing and staff do not confine themselves wholly to military maneuvers, but become acquainted
with the people among whom they live at present. There are many Mormons in Mexico, and, prior to the latest
developments in the Mexican situation, were well organized into churches and colonies. However, since that
time there remains now hut two colonies, Colonia Juarez, and Colonia Dublan, maintaining a semblance of or-
ganization. Bishop Bcntley is in charge of all Mormon colonies in Mexico and along tho border.
is not the world of even twenty-five
years ago. This world is u world that
has found itself, Horrible as is the
spectacle of war, frightful as is the
waste, we cannot look upon them
without realizing that a new Kurope
Jots and lots of folks In Et II county [ ,,rni,rgl„g from this struggle
are going to-reap some dollars and'
cents benefit—to say npthing of the
Intangible results that will come.
The Hell County Fair catalogue wl'l
1 a one of the most interesting book-
lets evi r distributed In this-section. It
will carry all of the premium lists
and will have descriptions of the ex-
hibits. Plans arc being made to put a
catalogue in every home in Bell coun-
ty and in 2,000 homes in counties sur-
(The next town-country meeting
■will be held at Holland, Friday night
at 8:15 o'clock, it is expected that
fully forty persons will go from Tem-
ple, Belton, Kileen and Troy to meet
with the Holland people, The meet-
ing will be in the open air, and worth
while. Bell county business men and
families are invited to Join the pro-
IK lis MS
(Continued From I'age Ope.)
"It is cany for some to Ix eome en-
thusiastic when the bands an playing
and tho flags unfurled; whew they
hear the strains of the national an-
them and the crowds are around
them. |iut we must have a new
spiiit of enthusiasm in the humdrum
work of administration, the spirit of
patriotism in tho administration of
government. That is the hardest les-
son for popular government to learn.
Every day in the year is a more severe
test of patriotism than the Fourth of
Must Not Use Plug.
Chicago, Aug 14,—A protest against
the use of the American flag on post-
ers bearing the names ami photo-
graphs of the republican candidates
for president and vice president was
sent to Charles K. Hughes by Capt. I'i.
II. l.ew.H, pant president of the Ameri-
can Flag Day association, loniglit,
The telegram was as follows:
"Tho American Flag Day assocla-
ition protests against your campaign |had b< i n made clear, Mr. Wilson urg
managers using the United States flag
on folders bearing the pictures of your
honor and that of Charles VV. Fair-
banks, which have appeared In dil-
ation were risked by the president anil I
the brotherhood representatives were!
Impressed by his grasp of tho sllua- ]
When the employes' representatives |
emerged from the White House they j
faced a battery of cameras and about j
100 newspaper men. They were will- j
In;.; to pose for pictures, but unwilling i
"Ah long as this matter Is In the
president's hands we will have no
statement to make," Mr. (Sarretson
Mr. flarretson added, however, that
tho brotherhood representatives would
go to their hotel and return to the
White House whenever the president
desired thein. They waited through-
out the afternoon while the president
conferred with the railroad managers,
but the only word that carno was the
summons to meet with the executive
again tomorrow afternoon.
Three hours after the employes'
representatives had left tho White
House the employers' managers met
the president. Kllsha Leo, general
manager of the Pennsylvania, pre-
sented the railroads' side of tho caso.
The president requested him to ex-
plain In detail wlierin the employes j
and employers disagreed. When that
AFTER MS HIIIF IB
KDICRAD <JO VI0RNMKNT 8KNDS
MAN TO BFJ-L COUNTY.
Will Malto Headquarters In Temple.
But Work Will lOxtcml Over
Dr. A. H. Julien, veterinary In-
spector lor tho federal bureau of >,nl-
mal Industry, has been sent lo Tem-
ple to carry on a campaign for tick
eradication In Bell, Falls, Williamson
and McLennan counties. This action
was taken as a result of a solicitation
through the local Chamber of Coin-
cago ami many
other cities today.
ed that for patriotic reasons the two
sides get together as quickly as possi-
The railroad managers Immediately
upon leaving the Whito House went
of two speeches delivered here. Mr.
Hughes touc hed upon suffrage and his j
views concerning it, and reiterated to
a large extent attacks on the adminis-
tration made today at Cour D'Alene,
"I speak to you women as I do
men," the nominee said. "1 did not
come here to make a different kind of
ipecch from the kind I make to men.
I know you are solicitous about the
welfare of this country. There is no
doubt that the heart of womanhood Is
patriotic all through."
Mr. Hughes' salutation of the wo-
men ns "fellow citizens" was ap-
plauded. He told them he was Inter-
ested in "good national housekeep-
ing" and tho means of effecting It.
I »»•>»« •j i
VUm u violation of government r.»K- Into ft h«m-rot conference anions them
illations ami state statutes.
will be taken against campaign man-
agers and publishers it not stopped at
Action |selves which slill was in session late
While only the brief formal state-
ment was forthcoming from Ihe
White House, it was Indicated by ad-
ministration officials that for Ihe
present the president regarded the
.•dualion as out of ' '« hands with the
next move up to the conferees.
New York. Aug. It Win. H. Will
ci x, < hairman of Ihe republican na-
tional committee, announced tonight
the itinerary of Charles K. Hughes
would be changed through "polite-
Wilson to avoid the biggent drawing card at the < rcs-
'Wliorc Are My Children?" proved
speeches by both candidates in Ken-
tucky Kept. 4.
From Kept. 1. when Mr Hughes
will be Kansas City, the Itinerary will
bo advanced ono day. Dcxlngton, Ky.,
Is reached September 6 The extra
We must havi; in this country a day gained will bo tilled In Nashville
different notion about the conduct of
our business than we have had in the
years gone by," he said. "This world
A Stack of
FIVE INCHES HIGH
ci nl Theatre in n long time. Those
who wore afraid to attend yesterday
will be there tills morning at 11:.10.
merce a n d Demonstration
Youngblood. It is somewhat of a de-
parture, too, for as a rule the United
States department of agriculture does
not send out a representative cn tick
eradication work until the county or
section soliciting his services has voted
to make the tick eradleaton law op-
Inasmuch, however, as something
like fifteen dipping vats have been es-
tablished in Ki ll county anil inasmuch
as there Is an active interest in the
woik, it was decided to send a repre-
sentative here. He Is now on the
ground, with Temple as his headquar-
ters, to assist anyone whose catlle are
bothered with ticks or Texas fever
and he w.ll help them in constructing
vats or in charging them after they
have been built.
Alio, if any county wants to hold
an election or start a co-operative
campaign against the fever tick, Dr.
Julien will be at their services. He
can be reached through Ihe Temple
Chamber of Commerce.
Central and District Committees Are
Named and Joo <J. CldlderH Made
Chairman For This Section.
Joe O. Childers of Temple has bocn
appointed chairman of a district ft- J
nance committee to rustle up funds
to further the interests of the pend-
ing democratic national campaign. A
systematic way of obtaining contribu-
tions throughout Ihe state has been
outlined by the democratic national
committeeman—a central finance
commltec having been appointed with
a chairman named in each of the
senatorial districts to aid in the work.
It will bo tho duty of the chair-
man of each senatorial district to ap-
point a chairman In each county of
his district and to forward to the
chairman of the central committee the
name of each man appointed. It
will be expected of each county chair-
man to call to his aid such precinct
chairmen as ho may think proper to
appoint and to pursue his
for raising money.
Mr. Childers was made chairman
of the Twenty-seventh senatorial dis-
trict and It will be his duty to appoint
men in the various counties in this
district., He Is at present on his
ranch near Cotulla, Tex., however,
and will not return for a few days.
At that time, though, It is expected
that he will take up tho work anil
complete the organization In his dis-
"II Is needless to remind Ihe
thoughtful democrats," said National
<'ommitteeman l'oindexter in making
his appointments, "that the national
democratic administration is on trial
and the life of tho national demo-
cratic party In peril and that if we
win in this campaign we may have
successive democratic administrations
for the next quarter of a century, but
if we lose we may not have another
democratic administration for twenty-
five years. No democrat who loves
his country and cherishes Its peace
and prosperity should refuse to aid
in the re-election of our president,
who, while more than half of the
world has been and Is Involved in
the bloodiest and most destructive
war of all the ages, has, under ad-
verse conditions and the most trying
circumstances, succeeded In preserv-
ing friendly relations with theso war-
ring nations and in maintaining pea°e
and prosperity In this reputjtc. The
national democratic committee is ap-
pealing to the democrats of Texas for
money to aid in conducting the cam-
paign In doubtful states.
"If the democrats of Texas do their
full duty, more than $100,000 will be
contributed to this campaign fund.
We trust all democratic papers in
Texas will cheerfully republish this
Just As a Reminder
THAT WE SELL GROCERIES AT MONEY-
Large Pumpkin Yam Potatoes, per bucket 39c
Irish Potatoes, per bucket 39c
No. 1 can Cocktail Pineapple 5c
Swift's Premium Hams, per pound 20c
Swift's Premium Bacon, per pound 27c
BOTH PHONES 441
ploycs at the front should be dropped.
Postmaster Campbell said the men
dropped mifcht bo reinstated In their
former positions as soon as they are
honorably discharged from the atiny.
methods j Majra/.hien. Bank Cigar Store,
' National Bank Building.
Illinois Wilson Dengue.
Chicago, Aug. 14,—The Woodrow
Wilson Independent league of llinois
was organized at a mass meeting of
independent voters held here today.
Geo. K. Cole of Chicago was chosen
chairman and Kmll Zolla, secretary.
Headquarters will be opened in
Chicago in a few days.
Me* ican Officials Suspicious.
Mexico City, Aug. 14.—Carrunza
government officials today expressed
curiosity over (he delay by the
United States government in naming
tho American delegates to I ho Ameri-
can-Mexican conference on border j of operations, will take
difficulties. Local newspapers publish- I Wurtsbaugh's place.
cd the fact that Secretary Dane and
Justice Brrlndeis had been asked by
President Wilson to serve on the
The war department reported vic-
tories by government over bandits in
small engagements in the states of
Oaxaca, Zacatecas and Michoacan.
Dr. Murphy's Funeral.
Chicago, Aug. 14.—Funeral services
for the late John B. Murphy, Chi-
cago's rioted surgeon, wore held today
in St. James' Catholic church. Inter-
ment took place at Calkcy cemetery.
Dr. Murphy left an estate of
Wants to Go to Sen.
Washington, Aug. 14.—Secretary
Daniels announced today that his aide,
Commander D. Wurtsbaugh, would,
at 1ns own request, go to sea as an
executive officer of one of the new
battleships. Lieut. Byron McCandlcss,
now attached to the office of the chief
Tiro Hole her Gin
It Is the Best
tho country, with
Machinery and B.
the Best dinners,
Is Now Running.
Kquipped (tin in
the Most Modern
V. Russell, one of
Formerly the Oreathouse gin, on
lower Fourth street. Omar Fletcher,
Guardsmen l<oso Job*.
Chicago, Aug. 14.—One hundred
arid thirty employes of Ihe Chicago |
postofficc, who are on the Mexican
border w.th the national guard wre
dropped from the rolls lod:iy by Post- .
master D. A. Campbell. This action
was taken In compliance with an
order received from the postmaster
g neral at Washington that all cm-
THE BENT LEY CO.
In Bankruptcy No.
To All Persons Indebted Unto The Benlley Company,
a Corporation Having Its Office on Main Street,
In the City of Temple, In Bell County, Texas:
You arc notified that I have been appointed by the
District Court of the United States for the Western
District of Texas at Waco, Receiftr of the estate of
The Bcntley Company, and are required to call at the
place of business and pay the account and debt you
are owing at once.
You will make payment either to Jas. A. Wilkerson
or Paul Bcntley, taking their receipt therefor.
Unless payments arc promptly made, suits will be
instituted for collection.
Witness my hand this, the 14th day of August, 1916.
S. E. STRATTON,
Receiver of The Bcntley Company.
Ti nn., where
Mr. Hughes wi
(Continued From i'age One.)
You can save that much
money in buying one set
of either Pennsylvania
Vacuum Cup or Ebony
Tred Tires from us this
A Free Tube with each
Tire is a saving of 25 per
cent to you, and fifty
quarters will make a
stack five inches high.
TIME TO STACK UP
The Place Where Most
fered. Indications were that the
president, recognizing this situation,
might propose a special board of ar-
bitration If the negotiations reach the
arbitrating stage, composed of as
many as twelve men, Including repre-
sentatives of all the brotherhoods.
Reports that the president had noti-
fied the managers Ihnt unless some
agreement could be reached with the
men he would Invoke his power lo
Influence congress to pass an eight
hour law were circulated, but dis-
counted by those in close touch with
"I would fight any attempt to pass
such a measure," was Ihe terse re-
mark of Mr. Garretson upon hearing
There was discussion today of the
possibility of the president being tho
chief arbitrator in the dispute but his
position was understood to bo that he
has not the time. There was a possi-
bility that Instead he might name the
so-called neutrals on the board. The
president's first conference was with
representatives of the men, headed by
| Mr. Garretson. The delegation consist-
ing of the executive officers of the
four brotherhoods and six representa-
tives from each went to the White
House and met the president in the
Green room. Tho conference lasted
two hours. Mr. Garretson did most
of the talking for the employes. The
president asked him for a full state-
ment of the situation as the men
viewed It. Mr. Garretson pointed out,
it is understood, that the only con-
crete proposal made In the entire dis-
pute had come from the men. He
argued that the railroads summoned
the mediators to New York and then
had no mediation proposal to sub-
Sufficient time has elapsed since
tho strike first was suggested and
enough delays have ensued, Mr. Gar-
retson Is understood to have deelared,
to permit the railroads to submit any
sort of an unqualified proposal which
they might have In mind.
Many questions regarding the situ-
AI NT IT
You can't look at a thing
from where you can see
it from—you can't real-
ize the real sweetness of
a rose without posses-
sion—you can't know
how good Sunset Flour
really is without trying
(Continued From Page One.)
the Russians Is reported In an offi-
cial statement issued by the war of-
fice today which reads: ,
"Along the cntiro front between the
Dniester arul the district southwest
of Salocze tho enemy came into closer
fighting action with the allied forces,
General Von Boehm-Krmolll repulsed
an enemy massed attack southwest of
Podkamten. Tho field before our po-
sitions Is covered with dead Russians.
"Italian theatre: Strong forces at-
tacked our positions east of the Val-
lone valley between Lohvica and Wlp-
paeh. Seven attacks wcro made, all
of which were repulsed "
I>Yonch Official Statement.
Paris, Aug. 14.—There wero vig-
orous artillery duels south of the
Homme and on the right bank of the
Meuse today, according lo tho French
official communication Issued this
evening. A German aeroplane drop-
ped bombs on Rheims, while German
batteries shelled various quarters of
that city, destroying tho civil hospital
and killing six persons.
The statemcment adds:
"Had weather hampered operations
on Ihe greater part of the front. There
was a somewhat lively artillery duel
on various sectors south of the Somrne
and also on the right bank of (he
Meuse. An Intermittent cannonade
took place everywhere else," the state-
Turkish Ar.ny Routed,
Contantinople, Aug. 14.—(Via I,on-
don)—The Turkish army in Persia
has pul to rout the Russians oppos
ing their right wing, the war office
announced today. The statement says:
"Persian front: The righf wing
of our army, af(er several battles,
pursued the Russians, who fled north-
ward, leaving 315 prisoners in our
"The enemy lost in one battle in a
fortified position about 1,000 dead
or wounded, In addition to 2,000 cases
of ammunition and a quantity of ri-
fles and equipment, partly burned.
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great picture, "Where Are My Chil-
dren?" at the CreWmt Theatre yes-
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You will not see a long
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Williams, E. K. Temple Daily Telegram (Temple, Tex.), Vol. 9, No. 274, Ed. 1 Tuesday, August 15, 1916, newspaper, August 15, 1916; Temple, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth475460/m1/2/: accessed January 20, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Library Consortium.