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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 28 March 1911

imjk m Don't Forget the Date Saturday April 1st. Come Quick and Get Your Pick THE MORGAN WEAVER CO. LEAVING ABILENE tarts Saturday April 1st. The Entir T H H Mwk tfB oaie a - vJjuOi Stock and Fixtures for Sale in Bulk At a Bargain x A Fine Opportunity to Buy a Well Es tblished Paying Business 000 Stock of the Morgan Weaver Company consisting of high grade Hardware Queensware Wagons Buggies Surreys Har ness Farming Implements Etc. must be closed out at once. To make short work of it and save long running expenses we are going to make Short Prices. Nothing reserved and the Entire Stock will be sacrificed dur- ing this Slaughter Sale. The good people of Taylor and surrounding counties have never had such an oppor- tunity to buy strictly high grade merchandise at such ruinous prices. Mr. Weaver is establishing large busi- ness interests at McKinney and has decided to leave Abilene and so makes this Sacrifice Sale and wants to assure one and all that this is no fake hurrah sale but a gen...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 28 March 1911

rxnt six mi . i iMM H i V J1 I. h i-" ? STF l' Ll 1 M : r SHIRTWAIST FACTORY IN NEW YORK CITY BURNED; VICTIMS MOSTLY GIRLS each 100 pounds of milk given by I the cows fed bran 141 pounds wore yielded by -the cows fed alfalfa meal. 'o should think UiIb would dlBpel i4io llluslnn sotno pcoplo have about alfalfa meal ns an undesirable prov- udor for dairy cows. UNFORTUNATE YOUNG WOMEN CAUGHT IN DEATH TRAP About all tlio good somo men over Ret out of the minister's sermon Is ( the good It does them to npply it to somebody else. Tn?TTT a nrwv7T'Tn tw a hpt-jo ' on th0 farmor tl003 1ot 6ca hs mshCjl AlaUlN 1iHN br UrLi.ltlo cotton u might it0 a good man to hold Jt unglnned for a while. It will "jd nt'it uiiu iiuiuuvo in uie iqosCi TRAGIC AMD PITEOUS SCENE Girls Crushed to Death on Pavements Smothered by Smoke or Shriveled to Crisp; 50 Bodies Recovered 30 in Elevator Shaft. I You may not bo nblo to make n silk purse out of n sow's ear but the i" turns from 'to offspring of a good j sow wil...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 28 March 1911

ABILENE REM1N1SCEHSES TWENTY-TWO YEARS AGO trp ( oiutltlons Good I n 1188!) nnu Our lejIo Optimistic Then ns They 'nro Now. from Reporter flics March 1889. H.u eating machinery 1b rolling In. (ito. Clayton spent Monday In Fort V.tH'1. Machinery men who havo been trav- eling over the country report er6p ansK'ct8 Bplendld. 11 s Hughes & Co. nnnounco the jrnMl or their new "QUitk Menl" rjv)line stoves. Tm. Dnughorty enmo in from his r.ui(li on Tuosduy hud brought with Jinn a heel fly that Is such a nuisance I cattle for it BhOrt period during tu spring. ln. JrtB. A. Crolghton ui a mcot- nlf. of the mombors of the First Pres- therewith Bo It enacted by tho Legislature of tho Stalo of Tojtas; Section 1 That hereafter when any Person Bhull kill n this state any coy- oto loho or other wolf panther Mexi- can lion tiger leopard or wljd cat ho shall bo paid the Bum of five ($5.00) doljars for each lobo wolf panther .Mexican Hon Mger or leopard and tho PYTHIAN FRATERNALISM EXEMPLIFIED Too ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 28 March 1911

f "nnt r ' " ' AflE EIOHr I?. w f L'U fi' il 5 jv f J'4 ' ; J Kfcx Sviw$ Soods wji Our collection of Shirtwaists fqr .spring represents the snap- piest styles we lmveever shown: beautifully designed and tastefully Srinnne'd waists. Kmbraeed in the showing are new Tailored "Waists Lingeries and Marquisettes. LINGERIE AND TAILORED WAISTS $3.50. A great variety of styles froth tailored and lingerie in high and low neek effects short or long sleeves lace and cm- brojderey trimmed some wilh embroidered fronts fl) Q others plain tailored. Priced at ........ .'. . .PU JU Lingerie and Tailored Waists In now Spring Styles various- ly trimmed in laces and embroidery. Dutch and high necks lace fronts embroidered ahd plain tailored stylos jn Cfl special values this week from .$1.7") to ip& UU IB q are showing an extensive line ojt Skirts in new Spring models and in all the popular shades and materials. Serges fancy mixtures voiles and Panamas are some of the materials shown. Your attention ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 31 March 1911

ABILENE SEMI WEEKLY REPORTER . - $ ?. YOLUME XXXI ABILENE TEXAS FiAYf If ARCH J 1111. xuniiN. L NAMES APPOINTEES WOODWARD AND ROBERTSON WILL ASSIST MR LIOllTVOOF IN OFFICIAL DUTIES. r uukii. .. l-T big wile to. ma Ward Cattle & Pasture Company Has $1200000 Capital Stock; Biggest Jn State; New Mexico Men Talk With Colquitt. iM By Afcsqclatctl Press. AUSTIN March 30.' Walter C. Wood ward ot Coleman and 12 B. Robertson of Meridian wero today announced as the new associates tp the Attorney General to fill recent vacancies. Wood ward and Rbbertson have both accep- ted the nppoinments tendered them and will leave shortly for the capital. To Confer With Governor By Associated Press: AUSTIN March 30. Millard Patter- son nnd Z T. White arrived in Austin today to confer with Gov. Colquitt over the 'Texas-NeW Mexico boundary dis- pute New Mexico claiming forty five hundred acres of rich Texas land. Cattle Oompnny Chartered. AUSTIN March 30. The Ward Cati- tlq & Pasture Company with hea...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 31 March 1911

'A u . fPAK TW I'). s.' I RGAIN .w ' i r s enqlhg Wedn&Sth 5th i-;i . i i ( E ( I m: We have just bough sacrifice. We own tors pay. On accouiw of fin forced to sell. We bough are offering to save you mone wide close threaded Brown D of Dr: se ' gooasi so caei fial he ' JlothifGr Shoes and Hats at a great tfJsY . a m . m iat we capfsell them tor what our competi- ssmenrme iormer owner 01 mis stock was cheaffTwe have made some money and we !g purchases. See our price list-good yard Good Elastic Seam Drawers 35c Etc. Sellers Dry Goods Company MEXICANS FLEEING 1(1 UNITED STATES starving terrified refugees abandon Property for sake of lives. IEBELS BUTCHER FEDERALS isolationists Capture Town of Guzi pares CMkHahaa Herd GTcrn. meat Soldiers Together Tlien huahua slaughtered every federal of- ficer In the place. The prisoners were herded into jail then taken out and shot without the semblanco of a trial. A young telegraph operator alone es- caped. He Tell beneath tho iitead crawling ou...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 31 March 1911

fAWKTNi I ""rr 1 - r 11 I 1 V is tho oxpoctant mothor'B groaic mustiuB uuu wuiaons xor tho UMwuriTstra cioauc iMua ia expanding tho momDrancs ana tissues. It Is jWecia some irom sweumg ana conJCstloi ana uanger when tho lifrlo comes women who uso Mot .mono nro assured of ho crisis with safoty. It is for. at arug Btorcs. writo for im boot xor oxpociant mothers. JjltAJUlllLLU HEQUIXOE CO.. LIGHTNING KILLS HORSE NEAR OWLO FRIDAY Exciting Experience Is Reported Ry Jesso It. Cope lVliIch Occurred : at His Jtanch Home. li tosso R. Cope wbb in Abtleuo from Ovnlo "Wednesday and reported hav- ing had an exciting experience at his ranch near that place on Friday of last week. Returning from a rldo over the ranch about tho time a shower of rain came up lio hitched bis pony under a tree ut tho front yard gate and was Btandlng in the hall of the house about 40 feet from tho pdny looking outvWhen a flaBh of lightning struck the tree running down and killing tho pony instantly. Another gontlo- man...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 31 March 1911

vff 7 '"WJ i i .M I-'. v1 V I . II ' i .( Jr lVJ? Ilk fW' ABILENE SEMI-WEEKLY REPORTER SUBSCRIPTION HATES: year .11.00 .BO MODERATION IN ALL THINGS. Dr. Chnrlca W. Ellott recently celebrated his sovonty- sovonth birthday not by assembling his friends and rela- tives from far and near and Indulging in feasting hnd drinking but by working from 8:30 In the morning till t In tho afternoon. That evening In a tnlk to his friends of tho llarvari Union he mado somo observation op mod-vttion which dcacrvo to bo repeated. "Moderation in all things" ho Bald "especlaly modera- tion in eating is the main thing to which I ntitrlbuto my goad health today. Exerclsp has helped Bomewhnt toward keeping my health as it Is but the great Uilng has been moderation " A lack of moderation is one of tho vices particularly strong In tho American people Tho fault lies in applying tho rule- of moderation tio somo things and not applying It to other things. They may bo 'temperate in drinking but regular gourmand...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 31 March 1911

4 I" AMERICANS MAY GUIM MEXICAN TERRITORYiAS RESULT OF PUGA'S STAND El l'aso Herald: A startling result of the recent 8ur vey by cqunty surveyor J.'W Eubank of tho territory where Lawrence Con- iTersc and Edward M. Dlatt were cap- tured by Mexican troopg is tho discov- ery that If senor Puga 'Mexican mem- ber Of the International boundary commission Insists upon his contention tbnt an old abandoned and almost ob- literated channel and not tho present bed of tho Itlo Grando must be consid- ered the boundary Americans will be in a position to claim thousands of square miles of territory to tho Bouth of the Ulo Grande. In fact there would appear to bo almost no limit to tho contentions which might be set up by Americans since there arc thousands of these old and abandoned channels Btretchlng for hundreds of miles along both sides of the Rio Grande. Gen. Anson Mills tho American member of the International Boundary commis- sion is expected In El Paso today or tomorrow and the detailed f...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 31 March 1911

rwr t I i . M . 1 fl ' .1 m I '( li! !:;. i: fja I" i S i5v '.N -V v .V sSV' v XsV WVV .' S J & a t A A Feel It First You must be sure first by Feeling its power In your own body. You must be sure before you say a word or pay a penny. You must know it is right must know we are right must know you are right You can be sure can see feel and know by testing it for twenty-five days at our risk. Each day tells its own plain story a story that has won t' hearts of thousand. If you want to get well .here is your cnanre. Here js your chance to try without paying a penny a successful treatment which makes health by getting down to the first principles of the body by following the only method which manes permanent health possible. DoH't pay a penny until you feci its benefits. Don't pay until you feel better all over your body. Don't pay until you feel stronger more vigorous eat better sleep b.etter are better Don't pay ttnil your Organs act more naturally your pains areleavlng yon. Don't...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 31 March 1911

PAVEMENT PARAGRAPHS Picked Up and Put in Print by a Reporter Pencil Pusher T. P. Obar of Ovalo was over on or spent a happy half day at tho court P3 - -l J A41H irom one to quantancc- twenty-flvo years nc- JJ. Parsley owner of tho historic I'lmntom Illll property reports hid dis IVJtit Jnrors for 'ext Week's District tiic'j In good shape in tho Way of COgrt. liealth and good crop prospects. I S. Y. Reese R P Hall J A Lovett j S D Williams W P Bounds A H Nol- W. J. Blont has returned 'from El 80n' Dnn s cftrk c '' wst W E Ay- Paso county and Bays they've had plen- trs' T Y" Lnndlngham E E Holt J K ty of rain that the grass Is good Warc1 S J YmiS J E Arnold Wiley nnd tho drouth-stricken cattlo are put- Wnldon w A Oralmnj W H Dickson ting on flesh fast. . Chas- llcar(I. c B Bynum 1 L Glfflth T H Tucker J M Bates R C Shoppard 1 J H Nahors. S II. Curtlss nnd WUllnni Clark ylll represent Camp No. 79 U. C. V. of Mer-' Rut Alia and Alnck' kel at the reunion of tho old Confeds R. M. Grantham...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 31 March 1911

J 1 PAGE EIGHT 4? .t I! i t ' r ( i. . i :; tf. lifei ft R 'f 8h I if?j t ! t r f t f f t f f T V T T f t f T T T t t f t f r T T T f f AN EXPERIENCED RIDER S rightly more than particular about the character of the harness used. Of course appearances is importaat- but it is the quality of material add mak- ing tbet counts most OUR HARNESS IS STANDARD tn both appearance and quality. Have a Bet of it and you'll ride back as wife as yob started out Ride with pride for you'll see no harness oa the road of greater attractiveness Paul Hoppe v. iliiililHiiilii fuUJ W " TTAYVE3 V. Pres MjBm JOE P GARRTSON w Uighler MWl VirigAX W H FRER ... At CaaHer J&Lj k. ' mmmmm r j-s- yALBANY N. Y Marc . P1m .Ur4 it wouli be aecessary to per- ar1 uH4r war tw rfaWUUfcJforBaa oft$o t yh?rjife. J GOLDMAN BKCKMAN A CO Good Clothe " WW "ou'MDVVVSvVeese Aom re&A. so mucAv otv vqw vauo aVjovil Yv& vTaVWcsl aud mosV cticV(i$ cAoWves xaz caVX. Uamc iox m toactomuvo somc- oVvaV cowled au xootv&&am...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 4 April 1911

im ABILENE SEMI-WEEKLY REPORTER ABILENE TEXAS. TUESDAY APRIL 4 1911. TOLl ME XXXI NUMBER U. IR IS USELESS CiRE AVOIDED i'UUM'H SCHOLAR PRE ACHES AT S YN FRANCISCO TO AMEHLs CAN CONGREGATION. Pliy THAT NATIONS FIGHT iVi'ling f Natural Suspicion Between Countries Very Unfortunate nnd Should not Exist Asserts Ttilcntcd Frcnchuiun. v f -oclftted Press. SAN FRANCISCO April 3 Tho uso- lehsness of war with particular Illus- tration was preached hero today by Daron d'Estournolles do Constant who lms been speaking throughout the Un- ited States for tho cause of interna- tional peace. "Without discussing recent wai& hut merely those that have taken place between Franco and Russia" said Ba- ron do Constant" We may bo said to HaVtt lived through n chapter of hts- nrv which 'will bo written one of those days under Iho title that enlightened patriotism would gtvo it 'useless wars.' In less than a century French armies Moccow and then to tho Crimea Nel- Moscow an dtlien to the Crimea. Nei- the...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 4 April 1911

TAGE TWO GOMMITTEES III THE NEXT E DEMOCRATIC CAUCUS 'SAXES THE LIST OF CHAIRMEN OF ALL HOUSE COMMITTEES. PLENTY OF TEXANS OK LIST Henry Heads tlio Important Rules Conralttco And Is a Member of Judiciary ' 1; Smith Is On Irrigation. By Associated tress. "WASHINGTON April 1 With plen- ty of TexanB receiving appointments the democratic members of tho stand- ing committees of the House of Repre- sentatives of the SIxty-Sccon Congress were selected today by the party cau- cus. Following aro tho committees and their chlcmen: Ways and Menus Fitzgerald of New lama Congressman Randall of Texas is also a member. Appropriations Fitzgerald of Now Tork. Congressman Burleson of Texas is a membor of this committee. Rules Henry of Texas. Elections Anburry of Ohio. Elections No. 2 Hammll of New Jersey. Elections No 3 Goldfoglc of Now Tork. Judiciary Clayton of Alabama. Henry of Texas Is on this committee Banking and Currency Puio of Louisiana. Moore of Texas Is all member Coinage Weights and Measur...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 4 April 1911

rxB f t I M f NC DOCTOR Kl 3 S AJrVoua tyer HV -ag rn StrlcufreH BlA -' nli Bin in PrA BWv 2T IH Caaocrs. Sbi H I HiXuiaBBflni. ClssW iN .?' I osuccJ tiM. n9r n Js CUK8 vilH w'wiHif rnxa PMCJu Skin Specialist ea. Varicocele Blood ydrocclc Kidney and (atlc Trembles. l.upns ilalaad Private Diseases. rrk.nndCkroatc Diseases SFULLY TREJCfllD. T SER BrtKATIVE FCT A bp uiurr raa boa llJiwui w..i.. a I Jli rtiiallf lait. offers 17 years M a ipeclollst In the Ireol- Dr. Kind. KeduUr Graduate la Meillclj von tlie Imiim nl V.lu.bl BMirltM 4 A?.ir:i??5iir.ad7i.; l i-i.rio. drUB. u..d. .imm bulncs. Medicine- ent averywh No deien free from date and breakage. 8? fe: Consultation Free! ot office or by mall. tMDITF Far Or. KWG'S sk "FkIi Far Men"; 7Z itscs "i secsrui fft nRKING ".HZr Port Worth Tcas. Pa WW a - COR. 4th AND MAIN STS. Place your GROCERY Business for this month with MACKECHNEY chasing Agent estimates Of tlio sup- plies needed for their rcspeqtlVo insti- tutions for thd ensuing twolve ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 4 April 1911

PAGK FOUR ABILENE SEMI-WEEKLY REPORTER 8UB&CJHFUOK RATESl feftt 7MU . ' don of her governing body thnt ttao business of tbo city demands The present city council line given the clfy much of its tlmo and the pay which tho members have received haB been very small. It Is impossible for men .$1.00 1 to give the tlmo 'required to attend to tho city business paid with only four ' commis- .60 Go to the polls and cast your vote In tho city elec- tion tomorrow. Peace may bo hi sight In Mexico but It looks different lo -what we aro accustomed to calling peace. Diaz nBks for a mighty big war appropriation. . m The features most pleasing to prospective homc- aeekers In the state aro good roads good tolephono ser- vice schools churches and free rural mail delivery. m aro btjtttrfpi a mayor the Simmons College must havo a now building this year and Abilene Is going to da hor part -towards building it. The campaign should be begun sow. unless they Bloners and a mayor the city can pay them bet...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 4 April 1911

y I I I I - B i ' .' '' H I I I Miakingthc I M I I Rent Income I H pfl ifl Hi I f Expense! I I ";c "!';? '".- H I sub-letting furnished rooms 1 I " " . for practically enough to pay I I their own landlords. This in- "".-. I I ' volvefc a quick resort to classi- I I fied advertising whenever the I I need arises-in order that the I I occasional exit of a roomer I I may not make break in the I I income. I I """' I I I w I EXTRA SESSION MEETS TUESDAY (Continuea from pago one.) Other new Senators inoludo John D. Wor or California Georgo P. McLean t Connecticut W. E. Chilton and C. V. Unison of West Virginia James A. Jteorinnn of New York and tho four ; ner House members mentioned "'ovo namely HltchcockrPoIndexter renna and Townsond. Senator from Now York. . Ofiorman of New York takes his seat o extra session barely by the skin his teeth. After a sensational leg- 'You'd be surprised to knbw '' many people in this city live . . in nice houses or apartments "rent-free"--or nearly 3o--by Isl...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 4 April 1911

rAflE MIX w JK. . - m . MM . . MWM RUN OVER AND TRAMPLED UNDtK rUUI run over . - Rnrcrflin i i goods. TEXAS CONGRESSMAN NAMED AS CHAIRMAN OF IMPORTANT MAJORITY' BODY. HARMONY RE5T0RE0 IN RANKS Threatened Party Split Is. Fortunately Avoided; Lower House Is to Be Governed liy ('ode Adopted' . by 57th Congress. By Associated Press. WASHINGTON April 1. The demo- cratic representatives In the Sixty Second Congress who will control the lower house for the next two years went into caucus this morning. Re- presentative Aluert . Burleson of Texas was elected permanent chair- man of the caucus. New Code to Be Adopted. An entirely new codo of rules has been written to govern the next House based on the code of the Fifty Third Congress the last one the democrats controlled. To Cut Bonn Expenses. Representative Underwood of Ala bama majority leader announced aj plan to cut down the number of House employes saving $113000 annually in the pay roll and giving this patronage mostly to democrats not ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 4 April 1911

PAGE SEVEtf FRIDAY'S WINDS HEAVY IN TEXAS ;Km;mx: ! x FOUND EXCELLENT OUR LADIES TO WEAR rKESIDEKT M. J. IjYIS'CII PLACES I'MI'IKES IN HIS LEAGUE TO SEVERE TEST. MASt SECTIONS IX THE' STATE VISITER 11Y TE11KIFIC WIND STOItM DQCFOTS VERDICT FMIORBLE BAN AND HAIL ALSO FELL UMPIRES' nN READY Jill DEPT. Jki- wtmaammmm JmmnlJF $ In lleiiiU'riiiK' Heport Snys Itccords of Xlnc Other Men Selected nt Iliinilom Xot Approncli lunch's Umpires. Dwellings Unroofed 'Trees Mown Over it ml Much Dariinge Caused; lllg Oil Tnnk nt port Arthur Destroyed by Eire. NEW YORK April 1. President T. J Ltich of tlic National Lcaguo has toinplled with the wishes of the club owners of his organization and has mailu an Invcstlgntloii as to the pow- ers of vision of hid umpires. "Not Ioiij? oko I Issued orders to the- nine mi n of my umpire staff to have their ejtslKht thoroughly tested" Bald Mr. Ljnch today "and I feol ijioto than pMtlfled wjth tho outcome. Good cus alone I luiow do not make good umpires; but they...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 4 April 1911

IffT WIIJiFW-' fll.'IIT ( ip ! )Wp'VTf i iHbjmtI ' iiT niMwLiii n p" Sjev secAvoxv o vs sove s YvVVei yA Vvvv t&x $oota. Guv shocks ave comAee uv eeY deftaW eev Wem a ox somvxvs cro-V1 tt. frfcsVv we suwoaWics Staata "SaWoveii &av mexvs &a.w dvess accessories awit rnvVYvuev. "X)e avje axiWcv- ae& ov x)axs fav SasUv aw& W mV Ve o wy aA.vjawa$e o make eavV seVecYvows. 6xv &oota m..ease omv eve; out vces joW. Aease vouy purse. Smav ADavsYs Ses Our collection of Shirt Waists for Spring represents the snappiest styles we Jiuvc over shown beautifully designed and Tailored "Waists Lingeries and Marquisettes. LINGERIE AND TAILORED WAISTS $3.50 A great variety of styles both tailored and lingerie in lugh and low neck effects short or long sleeves lace and em- broidery trimmed some with embroidered fronts tf9 Rfl thew 'plain Tailored. Priced at .... .$ J uU Lingerie and Tailored Waists In new Spring Styles vari- ously trimmed in laces and embroidery Dutch and high neck...

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