Temple Daily Telegram (Temple, Tex.), Vol. 9, No. 274, Ed. 1 Tuesday, August 15, 1916 Page: 3 of 8
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TfiMPLE, DAILY TELEGRAM, TEMPLE, TEXAS,
liw Dullj Tc1e;rnin'9 llclton circu-
lation Bureau is located at W, 8.
Uuntcr & Co.'h rtriig store, where
the paper Is on »ak and tvhere
subscrip.lons will be received and
receipted for. News bureau located
nt the drug store of Freeman,
Hughes & Jackson).
ROLL WORM AMI \VI:I:VIL
I>oiiifc Heavy Damage to Crop*
Southeast of County.
Indigestion. One package
oroves it 25c at all druggists.
' ' •*- r'* ;• >*&va . . 'rf, ■ . ' v
"Where Are My Children?"
was nothing life eoulil do. Tho Aus-
trian parliament v.as not called to-
gether since before the war, and Aus-
tria has the distinction of being tho
only belligerent fitato which scorned
|or feared to consult the representa-
tives of tho people.
j Some of l)r. Kramar's more rad-
ical colleagues had been promptly
don, from cutting off the aupply un-
til the merits of the ea*<» could he
thrashed out In the courts. The lo-
cal gas company will have the back-
ing and support of tho city govern-
ment, if It comes to grips with the
Kansas Natural over the gas sltua-
tlon, declared J. W. Harssfcld, city
counsellor for Kansas City, Mo., iu
Helton, Aug. 11.—J. K. Chafftn,
who resides some eleven miles south
of this city, was here today with five
splendid stalks of cotton and not a
perfect boll or square on a single
Company, havii.g accept el a position!
with that firm. i
M r. MeKee has won many friends
in this city aJid the csuem of all who'
While his leaving this city is re-
gretted heartiest good wishes go with j
| him to his new home.
Helton, Aug. 14.—The ease'of La-
ment Norrls vs. th" Katy railway is
on trial in the district court today. -j
This is the third hearing of this J
case, which is the suit cf a minor j
for damages for a broken arm and
other injuries, sustained while riding
Many of the bolls had attained ja bicycle near, or crossing in front of
above the average size before being
attacked by the boil worm, but the
heart had been taken from every one.
The smaller bolls and squares
showed the work of the weevil, full
Every stalk showed the start of fine
Mr. Chaffin stated that the entire
cotton belt from Dulaney crossing to
Bartlett had just about the same
prospect as the five stalks brought to
this city, which certainly showed sad
wrecks of a mighty fine beginning if
a big crop.
Mr. Chaffin talked as though he
had given up all hope of the yield
amounting to anything.
Another gentleman present said
some one had held out hopes front
the Inter fruit, but. stated that his iin-
Mver had been that he wouldn't gi e
$10 for the prospect on a 200 uc?e
Rogers, Highways Accepted.
Helton. Aug. 14.—-Th- work "f th
Jiogers Construction company, wa t"
<lay accepted by the commissioner^
Additional fjind County Home.
Helton. Aug. It.—Three and ono-
lialf acres additional land was bought
today by the commissioners' court
for the the county home site.
a freight train of defendant
The cases of W, C. Moore vs. C. K.
Schaff, receiver of Katy, and of C. S.
White vs. Katy, first on call this
morning, were settled out of court.
Crimlnai docket will bo resumed
Helton, Aug. 14.—Jim Powers was
here this afternoon from Temple
greeting old friends, lie is now with
the Santa Fe with run out of Temple.
Mrs. J. H. Nixon and son, Hrlscoe
Nixon, are visiting relatives in Mutli-
Horn, to Mr and Mrs J. IliekB,
a son. |
Miss Florence Durrett was in Tern-1
plo this at'Uirnoon, guest of Miss Lil-
lian I'resley of S.in Antonio, who Is
visiting In the home of her sister, Mrs.
Misses Kate and l.lllle Easton have
returned from a visit itt Houston.
It isn't every corset that you can sit
down comfortably in, but you can In a
Warner. It is sold ;it. Mrs. Brlttain's
ladies' store on Central avenue.
D AUING liOI D-VI*.
Cashier Is Hoblx'd in Suburb
The Bureau of Moral and Hygienic
''For the Betterment of Humanity and the
1629 Broadway, New York,
May 1, 1916.
Universal Film Manufacturing Company,
1600 Broadway, New York City.
On Sunday, April 30, 1916, 1 visited the
Globe Theatre, Broadway and Forty-fifth
streets, and witnessed the picture called,
"WHERE ARE MY CHILDREN?" and I
want to express my candid opinion, which is
The subject is wonderful, the acting mar-
velous. The actors excellent, the photogra-
phy perfect. As president of the above Bu-
reau, I speak for the thousands of members
as well as for myself when I say that every
sweetheart and beau, young husband and
wife, mother and father should see this won-
derful picture. It will help u* to solve the
greatest problem of life.
With great respect, I am,
Very trulv vours,
LOUIS L. KRAI'S,
AT THE NEW CRESCENT THEATRE MONDAY
AND TUESDAY, AUG. 11 AND 15.
arrested, but the great conservative Ja statement tonight.
(lender did not imagine that the of-j A legal interest of the city corpor-
| ilciala would dare to touch him, the ation in the gas situation was brought
|man who had to bear so much critl-
leism from his , people because of his
11 pro-Austrian attitude. Hut when in
April, 1916, the 28th infantry regi-
[jment—the l'rague boys—went over
I to the ltussian side In a body, Arch-
il duke Frederick, supreme commander
to light by the city counsellor when
he said a purchase clause was con-
tained In the franchise of tho Kansas
City Gag company with the city which
provides for the city's taking over the
contract with tho Kansas Natural in
ess) the local distributing company Is
of the Austrian armies, who by the j bought or forfeits Its franchise with
way was recently set aside from his
j command by order of Emperor Wil-
li turn, because of his incapacity, de-
clared that all Bohemians were trait-
i ora. Ho a whole people were indict-j
jed, and as it was impossible to hang |
all Bohemians, the most prominent
ones were picked out as an example
i to the rest.
j May 21, 1015, Dr. Karel Kramar
[was arrested nml sent to prison in
i Vienna, while the military court gath-
ered evidence against him of treason
Irfnd of the crime of endangering the
j military power of the state. Shortly
after Krumar's arrest occurred the
j arrest of his closo friend and politl-
'cal lieutenant, Dr. Hois Hasin, also
1 an Influential Bohemian deputy. Ac-
cording to the official report, the In-
j vestigation uncovered the complicity
I of Yinee.no Cervlnka, secretary of the
j"Narodnl Llsly," the great Czech
daily, and also of one Joseph 7m-
' malzal, a bookkeeper in Hrodek, Mo-
ravia. On Oct., 1910, the military
| prosecutor presented a formal indict-
ment against the four arrested Ro-
NAVAL APPROPRIATION MIX,
Si Iff l'lght to Ho Made on Prepared-
Washington, Aug. 14. Scores of
absentee representatives returned to
the capital tonight for the fight over
the conference report on the $315,-
800,000 naval bill which begins in the
Small navy men admit that the
house is almost certain to approve
the senate building and personnel in-
crease over which the principal
clashes are expected.
Chairman Padgett of the naval
committee will move that the house
concur in the increases, which pro-
vide for construction of 155 ships iu
a three year program, including four
battleships and four battle cruisers
next year and an enlisted strength of
74,400. President Wilson and See-
cascs at Monterey and 2S0 cases at,
Victoria alone, ho said. No "formal
quarantine has been declared as yet. 1
Negotiating Wage Scale.
Fort Worth. Tex., Aug. H.—llepre- ,
sentatives of the coal miners of dis-' |
trict No. 21, eomprsiing Arkansas, ,
Oklahoma and Texas, resumed their |
conference at a local hotel Monday
and formally presented their demands
for a new wage schedule for the next
two years to representatives of the
operators. The conference Is being
presided over by John Wilkinson of.'
McAlester, president of district No. 21,.
acting as chairman and W. F. Nance,
manager of tho Belknap Coal com-
pany, acting as secretary.
Tho demands are Identical with
those of the miners of the southwest
which have been agreed to so far.
Breaking of Toxaway Dam.
A.sheville, N. C„ Aug. 14.—No livel
were lost, as far as could be ascer.
tained bore tonight, by the breaklni
of the great dam at Lake Toxawa;
yesterday, although tho thirty foo
wall of water that rushed down th*.
narrow mountain gorges Into South
Carolina wroilght considerable dam-
age to crops and homes. No houses
were washed away.
After the waters left the passes
they spread considerably, according
to reports brought here. At Clemson
college the Seneca river was swollen
nine feet but did no appreciable dam-
The only damage reported at Toxa-
way was the destruction of the $10,-
000 electric plant.
St. Louis Strike Situation.
S'. Louis, Mo., Aug. 14.—Headers
of tl. ■ milk wagon drivers' union this
afternoon rejected a proposition of
the former governor of Bohemia, ! "r,"V "nd navy measure, expects
retary Daniels have stood squarely bc-
hemlans, and the trial started before!'1'111' "10 authorizations.
the divisional court in Vienna on Dee 1 Beinoertttlc Header Kltchln, who nil ... . _ _
(!. 11 r. Ministers and ex-ministers, I "|""B l,:ls "IM'osed the administration's th - due dairies affected by the strike
and lockout of union drivers that a
committee of twenty-six drivers
slooiid confer with the dairy owners.
The proposition was rejected be-
cai-.se the dairy owners Insisted that
none of the conferees on behalf of
the drivers should be officers of the
: Prince Thitn, and numerous other
I great personages were called as wit-
nesses by both sides. It Is some-
what startling to read In tin' official
jcommunhiue that the court which
j tried the leader of a nation of 8,000,-
i to speak tomorrow
against the con-
Mexican I.al>orcrs Admitted
Laredo, Tex., Aug. 14,—Four hun-
dred and thirty-two Mexican laborers
T. It. Hussell Jr., Constable.
Helton, Aug, 14.—T. H. Hussell Jr.,
was appointed by tho commissioners'
court today to succeed Troy MeLen-
don. resigned as constable of justice
prccinct No. 2.
Commissioners in Session.
Belton, Aug. 14.—The commission-
ers' court convened today for its Au-
Houtine work was looked after.
Special matters attended to arc
rioted under seperate heads.
Bluff Spring* Campers.
Helton, Aug. 1'4.—Members of a
party going into camp this afternoon
at Bluff Springs were Mr. and Mrs
P. H. Daugherty, Misses Noema
Burkes, Grace Harling, Willie Jensen
(Crockett I, and Margie Burkes;
Messrs. llomer Priddy and Lester
Transfer Notions Head v.
Belton, Aug. 14.—It is .stated by
Miss Lucille Morgan, clerk for the
county board of education, that th«
notices of transfers not granted by
tho board are about ready for mailing
As already noted. 167 of the app'i-
oatlons made for transfers were not
considered favorably by the board.
Vote on Bonds Unanimous.
Belton, Aug. 14.—Besults of elec-
tion In tho Recce's Creek district on
bonds for $000 for school building
was officially declared today by the
The vote was unaniomus. Tho
school building was destroyed by the
tornado of hail and wind which swept
the territory of Killeen several weeks
Franco MeKoo to IVaou.
Helton, Aug 14— France McKce,
wlio for some time has been a member
of the force in the shoe department
at liay tk Elliott's, leaves for Waco
where he enters Monday upon his
duties with the Miller-Cross Shoe
Denver Colo. Aug. 11,—Denver po-1
lice tonight were searching for Orval j
King, a trusty who escaped from the i
county jail yesterday, in connection J
with tho hold up and robbery of the
First National bank of Englewood, a
suburb. According to the police tho |
description of the robber tallies with |
Hank officials assert that a check
disclosed the robber secured $50,
which ho forced II. B. Patton, assist-
ant cashier, to turn over at the point
■if a revolver. The hold up was wit-
nessed by a woman depositor, who
notified C. W. Burns, a grocer, iu the
same building. By the time Burns
reached the bank the robber had es-
caped in an automobile driven by
Walter Whitman, chauffeur for a
Denver taxicab company. According
to the police Whitman said the robber
compelled him to drive to Nineteenth
avenue and Clarkson street where he
disappeared. The police released
— , » i
Proliihtlon Leader HI,
Olathe, Kan., Aug. 14.—John P.
St. John, former governor of Kansas,
and at one time presidential candi-
date on the prohibtlon ticket, Is
critically ill. Six weeks ago while
on a speaking tour, ho was pros-
trated at Jetmore, Kan.. He is 82
years old. Physicians, however, re-
fused to permit relatives to visit him,
so serious is his condition considered
May Strike Again
New York, Aug 11 Renewal of
New York's street car strike was
threatened tonight unless the New
York railways company reinstates
moro than seventy employes dis-
charged, union leaders change, be-
cause of their activity in the recent tie
lip. The ear nun declare railway
officials have not kept an agreement
drawn up by Mayor Mitchell and
Chairman Oscar A, Straus of the pub-
lie service commission, which stipu-
lated that the strikers should be tak-
en back without prejudice.
Conferences were held today be-
tween union organizers and the men.
THE TREASON TRIALS
OF BOHEMIAN LEADERS
By Richard Corwyle
jaOO was presided over by a lieutetl-/"-
Hint. by immigration authorities here to-
| To convict Kramar of high treason ('lay. The Mexicans are said to be
I was not an easy matter. High of - jen route to the Texas cotton fields,
i ficials testified t i Kramar's sincere This Is the largest number of im-
j efforts on behalf of a strong and j migrants admitted through this port
| Just Austria. No overt treasonable | in a single day for over a year
I act could be proved lo Kramar; : ——1—
from the day war started ho had
been extremely careful not to give
jan excuse to zealous prosecutors to
j lay their hands on him. Tho long
j trial, lasting from December to June,
| was .occupied mainly with attempts
I to prove that Krainar as tho preacher jder from interior
iof "Neo-Sluvlsm"' was responsible jsaid to bo raging.
Among the mass of war cable-
grams which fill the columns of our
| both morally and legally for tin
stand how n Bohemian, member cf!'"v"' llt,'"iile of the Bohemian
a race which had been for centuries lnen,s The divisional court, by
newspapers every day, there appear- and >'™uted by tho Vi-
enna rulers, could work so honestly
and sincerely for the preservation'
of Austria. But such was Kramar's
War mi Mosquitoes.
Laredo, Tex., Aug. 14.-State and
federal authorities today toon steps
to eliminate mosquitoes in this vi-
cinity in an effort to prevent the
bringing of dengue fever to this bor-
Mexico, where it Is
Dengue is epidem-
Bov Makers Strike.
New Vork, Aug. 1L—A strike of
| pi.[er box makers here was called to-
> 'y leaders of (he box makers'
union who said that demands for high-
er v aires and better sanitary condi-
tions had been refused by their em-
ployers. The leaders claimed tonight
that 10,000 workers had quit and that
there would be 25,000 out tomorrow.
ed a few weeks ago a calbegram
which did not receive much atten-
tion as It deserved. A brief para-
graph contained the news that four
Bohemian leaders have been sen-
tenced to death by tho Vienna mili-
tary court. Dr. Karel Kramar, for
for many years the head of the
Voung Czech deputies In the Vienna
rcichsratli. Dr. Alois, Hasin, another
prominent deputy, Vincenc Ccrvinka,
secretary of the "Narrodni Listy"
publishing company, were found
guilty of high treason, and a book-
keeper named Joseph /.amalial was
this act of the Austrian terrolsm has
in French and Kngliah newspapers
this act of the Austrian terrolsm lias
been tho subject of very extended
comment. Dr. Kramar is a person
well known to diplomats and parlia-
mentary leaders of every Kuropeon
country. For more than twenty-five
years he has been one of the big men
in tho Austrian parliament; lie Is a
wealthy man and has traveled ex-
tensively in Russia and the Balkan
countries and paid many visits to
Paris, lie, perhaps moro than any-
one else, was entitled to speak for
tho Bohemian people, a race num-
bering 8,000,00 ) people, and inhabit-
ing the richest and the most ad-
vanced lands of tho Dual empire
Without the Bohemian lands,
ability and sincerity that
ter of a century ho managed to re-
tain his position as the most influ-
ential Bohemian politician
mouth of its president, a first lieu-
tenant of the Austrian army, declared
that Kramar's political anl parlia-
mentary activities in times of peace
for a utiar- constituted the crime id' high trea-
I he 1 tin
at several Interior points, accord
to Dr. II. C Hull
Sunk by Submarine.
London, Aug. 14.—-Tho Danish
svatner Ivar was sunk by a subma-
r no off Genoa. Italy, Sunday, aeeord-
lexus qnaran-1 Ing t, a dispatch to Reuters from
there being 1,000 (Copenhagen. The crew was saved.
son. < »ne cannot apply wol ds too
strong to tho sentence of hanging
pronounced upon the great Hoheni-
Kramar's program of transforming!'"" '0HC'''r ''V laeutenant I'eutlsmied.
tho Dual empire Into a state where "10 court decreed that Cervlnka
the subject races. chiefly Slavs, 8h°uld ha tig first, then Zamaisal, then
should feel free. Involved ' the rep- I,:asin- ""'d Kramar should hang after
procliment of Austria ao Russia I w''"cssing the death struggles of his
and tho withdrawal of Vienna from i'plu'M n l»t»ci* 1 was allowed to
tho dominating influences of Berlin. l!h" condemned men and so far they
It would have been well for Austria,
if Kramar's plan had found sincere
support among the court noterlo that
has the final voice iu the affairs of
state of the llapsburg empire. After
all, Kramar wanted nothing but that
Austria should pursue an Austrian
policy and not a Herman nationalistic
one, for tho latter was hound to ben-
efit not Austria and the llapsburg
dynasty, but tho IlohetiKollern em-
pire as the real representative of the
Hut the clamor of Austrian Oer-
mans and tho Influences emanating
from Berlin were stronger than tho
voice of a Bohemian statesman,
speaking in parliament, to which no
one paid attention. Kramar saw that
lie was playing a losing game, and
after the annexation of Bosnia and
w hich I Herzegovina in 1008 he solemnly
deserve the name of the treasury of (warned the Austrian rulers of the j
Austrian, the llapsburg empire would 1 dangers of their ambitious Balkan i
(have not been executed. But their
chances of life are slim, even though
(he Spanish king interceded in their
favor wl(h his cousin, l-'ranclsn
At the very time the shameful sen-
tence was pronounced. Austrian
armies in Clalicla anil Bukowlna were
i overwhelmed bv Oenera! Ilrussilof.
and today Russia again hammers at
the gates of Leinberg and stands on
the frontiers of Hungary, while Ger-
many, which on former occasions
saved Its Impotent ally, is too busy
defending its own lines. The days
of tho llapsburg dynasty are num-
bered. WIh-u peace Is re-established
and the map of Kurope made over,
Austria, tho vassal of (Jerinanv. will
be no more, and the names of Kr-i-
mar and his
will receive a
Hook of Martyrs of a free I'.oharnla.
HQ IS MERGURr. II SICKENS!
GlEHN LIVER AND ROWELS CENTLK
Don't l^se a Day's Work! If Your Liver Is Slu^ish or
Bowels Constipated Take "Dodson's Liver Tone."
You re bilious! Yojr liver I ( slug-
gish! You feel lazy, dizzy and all
knocked out. Your head Is dull your
tongue Is coated; breath bad; stom-
ach sour and bowels constipated. But
don t take salivating calomel. It
makes }t>u sick, you may lose a dav's
Calomel Is mercury or quicksilver
which causes necrosis of the bones,
('alornei crashes Into sour bile like
dynamite, breaking It up. That's
when you feel that awful nausea and
If you want to enjoy1 the nicest,
frontlest liver and bowel cleansing you
over experienced Just take spoonful
of harmless Dodson's Liver Tone to-
tbree follow sufferers I night. Your druggist or dealer sells
place of honor in the ;votl ;t "^ cent bottle of Dodson's I iver
I "lie utider my personal money-back
cease to be one
Dr. Kramar, who started his par
llamentary career as a radical, has which
Furopean 11'0'Icy, the result of which, if sue-I "Whore \re Aly Children
jee sful. would be that. Austria-Hun- •""M sensattonal film drama over pro-
gary would become a bridge over ! ''"ccd, at tin- \eu < riNvui llieatre t«.-
guarantee that each spoonful will
clean your *luggisli liver better than
a iloso of misty calomel and that It
won'; make you sick.
Dodson's Liver Tone Is real liver
medicine. You'll know It next morn-
ing because you will wake up feel-
ing fine, your liver will he working,
your headache and dizziness gone,
your stomach will he sweet and vour
bowels regular. You will fcel'liko
working; you'll be cheerful; full of
vigor and ambition.
Dodson's Liver Tone is entirely veg-
eabln, therefore h rmless and cannot
sail vatu. (live it to your children.
Millions of people arc using Dodson'a
Liver Tone instead of dangerous calo-
mel now. Your druggist will tell you
that the sale of calomel is almost
stopped entirely here.
A considerable porlion of our Grocery busineps is with
customers who date their Monthly Accounts on the 15th.
We expect to hold all we have, through having rendered
Good Service, and we want More of the same kind. A
month's trial will Show the advantages of trading with
In Fall Lint* ami Always Fresh
CALLAWAY & SULLIVAN
south si ni-: cnocKits
now been for many years (he repre-
sentative of tho more conservative
tendency In the Bohemian public; w'''ch the very existence of
llifc. To understand fully his friend- j would be at stake,
jly attitude toward the various iriin-
listries which iu the
| the war took frequent
jseat of power in
j day. Show starts at ICSd this morning
Into Asia, tho alternative ' and runs continuously until II 111.
Cerman imperialism would
I War cam"
A list ria
vears before anti-Slav. pro-Herman pollef of VI-
turns In the'cbtia. supported and encouraged by
Vienna it would !Bohemians, together with the
I V AM I \ ATION" OF MAII S.
tirc4»» ISrltaln's explanation of Mow
lns|iis'lloi|., Arc Made.
to the '
poet, d To the Bohemian
the enemy was the Cennan
surrendered and went, over ! sliuws the a vera,
nerny." It. was. to be es-jHon of intercei"
^Recocnized by Thousands
S. S. 5. I* today the Wofid'i Standard
Blood Purlfcr-a reputation catnaj by
Its *wd merit aa Nature's true assist-
ant la successful treatment ot blood dls-
Your own blood may be calling
for help In fighrtnc some form of Wood
disease-Get • battle ot t.t.3. today
and arold the possibility ot a long selg*
of bodily discomfort.
SwM Sfoclllc Ca.
Wlio.'ie language he could not under-
stand, not the Russian or Servian,
who spolie a Slav tongue ami had al-
ways been looked upon as a brother.
In Bohemia itself there was no
armed uprising, because everyone
realized that it would be madness to
defy the terrible military power not
lie neccssary to delve Into the history j"thei subject races of the Ilapshur
of Bohemia, that interesting country |' m 1»'were called out. to shed their
which 000 years ago. in the dark I blood In order that the Uerruan race
.middle ages, raised the banner oft"-'"' so-called Kultiir might ex-
Idemocracy and religious liberty. Stif-1 l,an<l lo the hast and that the Slav
Ifiee it to say that Bohemians have
always been restless under the Aus-
trian rule upon which they looked
as the rule of (ho German, of the
(foreigner, marked by much cruelty
and by the stead suppression of
Bohemian nationality. The Hap -
burgs, rulers over a dozen different,
races, among which Ciermu;:s num-
ber only one quarter; have always
claimed and boasted of being Her-
man princes, and they tried with
the whole power of the state to make
all their subjects Germans in speech
and in sentiment. It is no wonder
that the Bohemians, and in fact all
the Slavic subjects of Austria-Hun-
gary, had littl" love for the empire
into wheih the fortunes of past cen-
turies-lucky dynastic marriages, suc-
cessful wars or diplomatic coups —
| have forcod them.
Dr. Karel Kramar believed lri
1 Austria. He, no more than the mas?i
of his countrymen, could approve of
the policy which usually prevailed
in Vienna, of ruling in the interests
^ |of the German minority against the
" wishes of (he non-German majority,
I But he is one of those men who ven-
jerate o'.d established Institutions be-
cause they hold that their ago has
proved their usefulness.
j The Hapsburg realm has exi ted
for so many centuries that Kramar
| could not Imagine the map of Ku-
I rope without it. He wanted to see
j Austria strong arid prosperous as a
! federation o^ free peoples In which
i the Bohemian, the Slovaks, the Poles,
Southern Slavs, Roumanians, as well
; as the Germans and Magyars, would
l have an opportunity to develop along
their distinctive racial lines and char-
acteristics. Kramar was bitterly crit-
icised and hard fought among his
own people, who could not under-
Wasbington, Aug. 1 I Vii e.\p|aii:V-
tory statement of how Croat Britain's
examination of mails is heiir; (-.in-
ducted wa presented today to Secre-
tary Lansing by the British embassy,
races he more thoroughly subjugated, j'' 's preparatory t<> the more compie-
As the Bohemian reservists were j henslvo reply to American represeuta-
leaving. their wives and mothers-).Hons now being prepared jointly by
called out to them: "Don't shoot at I the London and I 'an - foreign offe-,-.-
tirno for exaniina-
I mail is frum one
to three days. The minimum delay
In mail between the t'rilted Stales and
Holland is given at two days and the
maximum at seven. Danish mails
have been del.eyed from scv-n to ten
dyas when it has been necessary to
remove them from a ship; otherwise
only four (lavs
"It is admitted," says the ?' • enient,
' that at the outset neutral curre-
inerely of Austria, but of Germany | spopdence It, which e "toy Interests
Itself, which surrounds Bohemia on I were in no way (oncerned, was xub-
tlirec sides The linn hand of the j Jected to delav which' is greatly ro-
il.-potic military rule lay over all, soigretted and which has since l,. .-n r«-
that everyone was afraid even to ;dneed to a minimum."
think aloud. Constant executions for | ~ ♦ •
treason, spying, desertion, lose mt-
jeste and similar political offenses
kept Bohemia quiet.
Through all this Dr. Kramar kept
silent, a fad and disappointed man.
Invents showed that the ideal to
which his long political career had
been dedicated was a mirage. There
SI RIOT'S ri I I, Sli l ATION",
Kansas City About to Be Cut Off
Croin Gas Supply,
Gill Stones, c,nicer» -imi (.7leers of the Storn.
neb mid Intestines, Aiito-lntoxlcatlan, Vel.
low Jaundice. Appendicitis dial other fatal
aliments result from Stomach Trouble
Thousands of Stomnch Sufferers owe their
complete recovery to Mayr"s Wonderful
liemedy. ITnlike any otiier for Stomach
Admenle. lor sale by C. t., KeynMds. atid
| Kansas City, Mo,, Aug 1 I - Local
gas company and city officials tonight
I awaited the arrival from Topeka of
a copy of an announcement made
there by Robert Stone, attorney for
the Kansas Natural Gi. . company, to
the effect that the Kansas City. Mo.,
suply i f gas would be shut off
"soon " J, w. Dana, attorney for
the Kansas City Gas company, the
distributing company for the Kansas
Natural, said he had received no no-
tice of any impending shut off order
other than (hat carried in tho press
The order, declared Mr. Dana, of-
fers no immediate trying -situation,
as ho said a temporary injunction
would stop the receiver. John M. I,an-
Get Out of Debt
Mr. Farmer, why strugRh' along btinUmd by debt
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,\\ e can trade you clear property for your incumbered
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than he originally had. Is your neighbor in debt? Then
tell him about this ad. You may confer a favor by so
doing. Exchanging is our specialty. Tell it all in first
letter. It will save time.
Get Out of Debt
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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/m1/3/: accessed December 11, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Library Consortium.