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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 14 April 1911

rAirr. SENATOR MR DERIDES RUMORS jlAltYIiAM) DOOCKAT ADDJtESSES SHXATK OX -MEXICO AND JAPANESE SITUATION. ENDORSE1; POLICY OF TAFT S)s .laps "Will Mcr Scciiro Conllng Still ion on Mexican (Jonst niul Itcmlnds gcnntctyf Example Set ly npolcon III Hcp'ris S3w Gttb HeSrtfijrY f '- AUSTIN Tex. April 11. State1 -ifAinSH TATA'RKlf.- WASHINGTON April 13 Tho first expression in congress concerning tho situation on the Mexican border was heard today when Senator Iiaynor of Maryland addressed the senate on that subject. Although a democrat Mr. Haynor spoke in confidence of tho nttlttide of President Taft and expressed the opinion that there would be no war with Mexico or Japan. Vhllo ho did not so exprtBB him self In exact terms it was evident that Mr. Raynof had in mind the' reports that Jnftan Is exerting hersolf to pro- cure a coaling station on the Pacific coast of Mexico. He said: "I dm willing to admit that it Japan is cntoring into negotiations for coal- ing stations and bases for nava...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 14 April 1911

A0 SIX I I i U .1 i ; i if in n uiims tt'MM FOB SIEEE TAYLOR GO. GIRL 01 J MISS MAMIE FAItQUUAK IUUHI1 TUB OF SAMHO COUNTRY FAR- MEU TAKES 1'OISON. the fighting up In tlio north still goes' on. A tnsto of blood tins made them! forodotiB no doubt. Hor the Sccro Service ha beer. .Win:. l- w '"t bnve been unenithed nnd finny ariPBt mnde. Eat that widely circulaV'd xc- . ' . .. . port that rebels nnd suspects tiro b- Keolullonnrj inrest fa Xo longer g shot 8 ntsolutolr untrue. Tuo torn ncu io mo apim it. Jn8 nro fulI of p0rBOB implicated in lilc Humor Jdr Fence. thc rcboii0n but nobody thua far lias been shot. Americans "Want Pence. Mrs. E. O Wuerpel of Mexico City "How we do long to see things set- writing to her mother Mr. H. I tied hud peaceful again! It seems Bad Bcntloy of Ufls city declares that thp to think of nil the turmoil below the revolutionary situation In tho south" Bitrfnco of this beautiful old city. I orn repnblle(rtBtead of bpcorrilng bet Thp Gringoc3 all love Mexico a...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 14 April 1911

I b ' " t1 1 : .KS B v . . V lV i S M fc -V IV ;x V w" sv An ."vV y N. S Feel It Fir; cr t V s&0 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 tl- hearts of thousands. If you want to get well here is your chance. Here is 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 makes permanent health possible. - Don't pay a penny until )oa feel it3 benefits. Don't pay until you feel better alt over your body. Don't pay vnlll you feel stronger more vigorous eatjjfttcr sleejxbetter are belter. Don't jjay untlliyotu&orjmns act vlore naturally your pains areleavlfmypu. Don't pay until s...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 14 April 1911

fAKK EIGHT vr wm ? v ii'.ra v ::& i'v ;. i.4.'.i.-.-yfij A WANT AD. May fcuve tu Money iu More Way 1 hati One Ty a Want Ad. LAND DL'YERS arc beginning to Bhow up and If you want to soil farms or Abilene property you'd bolder list with tho advertising firm of Neoly & Morris 20-4 - k I' TOM t. J REBELS LAY SIEGE TO 01AGA MEX. ! 1 KitschbaunTfckrths: MANBTAIUmtD y" DIES AT 51 YEARS FAXOrS EX-MAYOR PASSES AWAY 'FEDERAL GARRISON IS IX BAD AFTER LONG AND SEVERE WAY; BESIEGERS COMMAND ILLNESS AT CLEVELAND ONLY SUPPLY SOURCE. 5K5rfi I. ' - - Ml I IH Thee tmAVv $owt cWvco o " VtvW 6 W fl TRIAL FOR ' B. GLARK HYOE t'ONVICTED MURDERER GRANTED ANOTHER HEARING BY MISS- OURI SUPREME COURT. . RECEIVES TIDINGS CALMLY SwHes al Lawyers Thanks Them and Bcsaacs Walk in Jail Corridor; Mrs. Hyde Admitted to Husband's Cell. J KANSAS CITY Mo. April 11 Dr. B. Clark Hyde convicted of the murder of millionaire philanthropist Coi. Thomas H. Swope and given the life sentence was granted a new trial by t...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 18 April 1911

ABILENE SEMI WEEKLY REPORTER 4 VOLUME XXXI AUIMENB TEXAS TUESDAY ATXIL 18 1911 KUMBIKJK. DERALS STORM AGUA PRIETA MEX S FE ABILENE IS READY FOR PRAETORIANS LOCAL MERCHANTS DECORATING? BUSINESS DISTRICT TO HE BRILMANTLY LUIITED. ECP IS THE ONLY TOPIG HE DATE OX CANADIAN MEASURE STILL HOLDS ATTENTION OF LOVER HOUSE. FIRST SESSION TOMORROW State v Senate's Blccwiinl Work Here lo Extend OTcr Two Dajs; Big Fnrado Starts From Grace. Hotel ut 9 O'oc'ock. oirai leads omsmoN EASIER AT FIRST ! MOST DESPERATE BAnLE OF LURCH THE MEXICAN REVOLUTION IS NOW RAGING ON THE BORDER ME APPROPRIATE MUSICAL PROGRAM PRECEDED SERMON BY REV. J. W. FORT. Has Minority Report Is Annlting'rrienc ot rftStor'8 Discourse Largo Opportunity to Present It To House; Senate Expects to Adjourn Today. f Abilene is busily preparing to greet tho PraetoriauB of Texas who con- yono hero tomorrow morning for a two day session it being tho regular bl-ennlal session of tho State Senate. Local merchants aro decorating their esta...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 18 April 1911

rim i - MMMtaMwMU 1 A y w ABILENE SEMI-WEEKLY REPORTER SUBSCRIPTION BATES THE VALUE OF PUBLICITY. 3RKA ywwr .$1.00 . .CO Jtatored aa second class mMl at Abilene Teas October 14 1908. Oaly four moro days until olectlon day on tlio now tarter t Decorate your storo In honor of the- state- meeting of (the PraotorlanB which conveho in Ablleno tomorrow. t Abllono cannot afford to take a step backward. The afew charter stands for progress and a larger and bet- tor city. Be sure you appoint your self on the welcoming com- mkeo and that you glvo tho glad hand to our visitors Us -week the Praetorians. It you have read tho now charter and believe It will fee a help in beeping Ablleno growing don't stop by voting lee It yourself but ask your friends to vote for it. That revolution down in Mexico that did not amount to Anything keeps on spreading and it indication's count for jaaythlng there is going to bo something worth while do- iag very soon. That the farmer Is now having moro of the advanta...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 18 April 1911

PAGE TMBEB . I' .' Ml-..: a i.'. 3 (- '. &'' fc " ''. h .' I V"; ; r'' ' BJi"' E'V. &. . SK'-W. .'( IW.' . '(.'.' 1 .' ' ' . iW ' V v . ' . i.; -''. .1 ' ' y .':.' :' l-:; r ( " l ' f'4 t. If' I.' 1 OF INTEREST TO FAMCERS. I'uragrnnhs ricked from West Fnria Tapers for Patrons of ScmMVcck ly Reporter Hy S. L. N. Lilies so beautiful Far beyond price: Shlvorlng Violets Hobcb on lcc. Tbo important part of rrillking is to get It all. There is good money in raising pood cows to soil. ' Moro fr68h air and less "Lot air" arc needed in tho dairy business. A woman who has a noso for news usually has a chin for telling it. But this blizzard-llkc April will put is 30 clays to the good ahead of the Ico trust. Look out for tho man who works tho farmer instead of tho farm. Do .your own thinking. Set yourself earnestly to sec what you Wcro mado to do and then set yourBolf earnestly to do it. Now wo know how to account for It: A Georgia exchange says: "This spring has been rained out" Wo aro...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 18 April 1911

mHOnflBi rAGi four i H M JFEDERALS STORM AGUA PRIETA (CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE.) MEX. TrWch he Bnid ho was hopeful of poace In Mexico In the next thirty 4ay& Ho denied that ho is to meet Senor Ltmantour nt Chihuahua nnd xecelvo a proposal from President Diaz. INSURRECTO ARMY WELL TRAINED. By Associated Press: DOUGLAS Ariz. April 17. The Associated Press war correspondent -wfeo Is witnessing tho Agua Pricta engagement from a point of great vantago declares tho inaurrecto army is remarkably well organized. This leads to the belief that American officers who have Joined the rebels have been allowed to drill tho soldiers. Thero is a vast difference in tho conduct of tho federal and insurgent armies. Also tho insurrectos seem anxious to get into tho fight. Every point of vantage including adobe houses on tho International lino have their body of men waiting to get into action -when the time comes. So thickly aro tho soldiers clustered that It is difficult to distinguish between federa...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 18 April 1911

rA6i nil. t il III h "HEAVENLY HELPER" AND "SAFETY OF YOUNG MEN." Subjects of Easier Day Sermons Oak Street Baptist Church. nt At tho Oak Btrcet Baptist- church the Easter morning eormon wob preach cd by Rev. J. M Reynolds evangelist Mr. Reynolds announced his text: Hebrews "12th chapter 1st Verse and Bpoko on "Our Heavenly Helpers". He said: "The fact la that those who have gono to heavOn boforo us have not-left us to run tho raCo of life alono without them. But as a cloud they stand round about above berorous Inspiring us mill urging us on to victory In tho 'race set before us Among those who watch tho central face Is that of the son of God himself." Tho pastor. W. C. Iteovcs spoke at tho evening service- upon "The. Safety of the Yoiing Mon." His text waB from second Samuel 18th chapter 20th verse. Ho urged young men to bo con- tent under tho old roof heeding tho ' advice of fathers. "Safety for young men must be had In the truest sense only aB wo abide under the care of the heave...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 18 April 1911

VA6 tlX orji 6oooQUDooooaaaaapoooaotoaaDaaoa0Oocooaaj3aaoeoaooaaaa B A31KHICAX LEAGUK. O O or o a o a a a a o a a a a a a national league a Chicago 7 St. Louis 1. Special to The Reporter: ST. LOUIS April 17. The White Sox won tliolr first victory yesterday bentlhg the Drowns in a cantcx. "Walsh outpitched Gregory "holding tbe locals to six liltfl. The Bcore: II H E Chicngo 7 7 4 8L Louis k....l C 2 Batteries: Wnlsheand Sullivan; Gre- gory nnd Clarke. I'.S. Department of Agriculture Weather llurcnn. Willis L. Moore Chief. a 0 a a o 0 0900000000000000 SI. Louis " Cincinnati 2. Special to The Reporter: CINCINNATI April 17. Brcsnahan's For Abilene nnd vicinity: Tonight men after winning one game at Clil- and Tuesday unsettled; showers to- eago and playing two raoro to a draw night or Tuesday warmer tonight captured the first from Cincinnati For East Texas: Tonight and Tues- Sitnday in easy faBhlon. Salle wpn day unsettled Bhowers tonight or Tucs his second gamb. letting the Reds day war...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 18 April 1911

jrACIK SETEX I WAS HERE FRIDAY TltAGEDIEKNB DIVINE AND HER COMPANY SPENT ONE HOUR AS ABILENE GUESTS. ieceiied tensnm m GnTC Thirty Mlnuto Interview Through Intcrurvicr; Eighth Engagement I I.. TT..I1. Cj..l -n-i.t.i. ' jii kiiiivu 011111:1" 11 men She Loves Pearly. Mme. Sarah Bcrnhnrdt. tho French tragedienne and sixty one members of her company passed through Abi- lene Friday afternoon en routo to El Paso Mme. Bcrnhnrdt arrived over tho TexaB & Pacific westbound pas- senger due at 4:27 oclock In tho afternoon. She departed on a special train of flvo coaches the rear coach being nn observation and elegantly ap- pointed equipage named "Bernhardt.;' The party were In tho city shortly moro than an hour leaving a few min- utes beforo the regulnr through west- bound duo at 5:42 oelock arrived Engine No. 285 Koburg engineer and Martin conductor made short shift of tho slightly abbreviated five coach train. There were two ears of scen- ery two sleepers and a combination sleeper and din...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 18 April 1911

""WH TTIHHT V ' JC a AJDdcome T?Yaetomws o 55Dkvifc KnansEMKnaacsi oxv xfcsW xftue. We. Qe eew& o m a cov&aV wma.oxv o msto Vis sove; mee ouv xixA& vm aw& $ voecaw ta o ortW asssaxvee e MW. $&Ay aeeommoJiaU ou. 3oy us eeV. e ave staowxic mau ses V& Valves1 avmexs TftYw$ T)vess Soota ee. SVs n$v "Suces u$. TXleVsAJDeav Our men's Wear Section AVns never in better condi- tion to supply your wants in Clothing and Furnishings for Summer wear. Yon can depend on this store for the latest and best in every ar- ticle of dress for men Cloth- ing Underwear Hosiery Jseckwcar Shirts and Ties. Kirschbaum Suits "Shape-retaining." That means much more in your Summer Clothes than in any other kind of men's ap- parel. "When you get light- ness and durability at the same time ypu have the two essentials to a thoroughly satisfactory. Summer Suit. ScH our splendid assort- ment of light weight suits in worsteds mohairs cassi- mers and serges. You must see these garments to' apprec...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 21 April 1911

iHE&i' ABILENE SEMI-WEEKLY YOLUME XXXI AMILENE TEXAS FRIDAY AWHL 21 1911. NUMBER ML Ii REBEL AGENCY DESIRE PEACE senor gomez of washington a go-between expects early note from madero. DEFENSE PRESENTS. EVIDENCE. Arguments In Ransom Murder trial be Taken Up (bis Afternoon; No Sensations Todny. WILL HELD G0NGE6SI0N Confidential Agency or Revolution Dcsiro Early Cessation Of Warfare; Meeting of Rebel Leaders Planned. By Associated Press: HOUSTON April 20. fho defense began presentation of evidence this morning in the trial of Henry L. Ran- som charged with the murder of Judgo JameB E Brockmati a well known criminal lawyer of Houston. It is expected arguments in the case will bo reached this afternoon possibly Hot until tonight when a night session will bo field. The trial rocked along uneventfully today. There wero no sensations. The courtroom was crowded .though nnd tho proceedings heard with great in-tercst. 1 PRAETORIANS SAID OF ABILENE EXPRESSIONS OF REGARD FJtOM SUPREME OFFICE...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 21 April 1911

two J. v. 1i h K i; u if I I ' PAVEMENT PARAGRAPHS HckedUp and Put-in Print by a Reporter Pencil Pusher It. J. Graham of Clyde was in Abl- i leno on buBlncsa Tuesday. Tho Semi-Weekly Reporter 12 month's and G. W. had his figures moved up 12 months. "Rlslngi Star is growing fast and Crop prospects In Eastland county wero novcr better" said G. W. "PHAETORIIUilSM" HOW FOUNDED; ITS GROWTH hn hnil nntntnnn nn Inrco nn lion pitch I .. ... . .. I Will Vniinu nt nnni Mpfiminii Wrto a wit- "." " w' r : in adiiciio TUfsuay on uusinoss tne Rust Damaging Wheat In Hraxos Tal. Some History Ab Told By Hon. C. 11. ie l (Jnrdner Supremo President Mrs. J H. Conner of Elmdalo was la Ablleno shopping Tuesday. "Good gardens and plenty of spring chlck- as" Bho said. W. I CollIuB flipped a full grown eaglo our way Wednesday placing IiIb Seportcr figures in the 1912 colums. Would stop tho paper but your coun- try Items aro worth tho money" said ke. "B. W and Mrs. Mlddleton of Gulon jmd their son Jim of Mor...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 21 April 1911

y5--- t. 1-AGI THMCV r HEPSN5 ync d n riivdico mm I UillUi Hi Ui UUrnl nilU UlLU TUESDAY AFTERNOON o BASEBALL CALENDAR tt TEXAS LEAGUE. Results Yesterday. San Antonio 15 Galveston 1. Austin 14 Houston G. Waco 3 Fort Worth 1. Dallad 10 Oklahoma City 1 cpoaaaadaooaaaftD o .a G AMERICAN LEAGUE O D O Chicago 0 St. Louis 3 Special to Tho Reporter. Bt. LOUIS April 20. The Chicago a o NATIONAL LEAGUE. O woopoooQciDCQaaooa Now York 4 Urookyln 8 Special to Tho Reporter. JNUiVy.. i una Anru ..v. xuv uiunw Was widely Known and Greatly Be- lated Funeral Sen Ices at Family Residence 4:30 p. m. Today. Tte heajflBPHHfn foUMrri Standing of tho Teams. Clubs Pld. Won Lost Austin C 5 1 Dallas .V'C 4 2 San Ahtonfo 8 5 3 Waco ....... G 3 3 Ft Worth 7 3 4 Oklahoma "City ...7 3 4 Galveston ..; C. 2 4 Houston ..... 8 . 2 C Wlicro. They Piny Today. Dallas at Oklahoma Cityl Galveston at San Antonio. Houston at Austin. Fort Worth at Waco. Pet. 833 Obti G2S 500 429 429 333 250 White Sox had no difficulty In de...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 21 April 1911

rA roui h 1 i r I i I Hi AGIIEKE SEMI-WEEKLY REPORTER SUBSCRIPTION BATES l Mm yr . tacaCMtka .11.00 . .GO WHY COTTON IS "W PERMANENTLY. orroncoua reflection upon the charatter8tandlng or vtfvtatkm of any person firm or corporation which njny fMr in the columnB of The Reporter will bo gladly cor- rected upon Its being brought tn the attention of the firm. TELEPHONES j wtaei anil Circulation S. W. C-7; Roberts U-7One Ring Editorial Office. Roberts 161. 3S3 imamL 1 fe JAflUfc Talk Abilene work for Abilene. She is a success. Many of tho cotton spinners in this country as well as In Europe complain of slackness In tho textile) trade. Prices of tho finished product do not keep pace with the rise In the cost of the raW product. Business . hangs fire. Here and there curtailment Is deemed imponitlo. Interview Some of the more PCbsI- mlBtic of them and you will gather the Impression that thlncs are colne to the "demnltlon bow-wows." This' state of mind and the conditions upon which it Is foun...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 21 April 1911

PAGE IflTI. V BANQUET OS SENATE SESSION TEXAS PRAETORIANS GUESTS OF PEOPLE OF ABILENE IN CUtEAT SPREAD. MANY ADDRESSES- DELIVERED Abilene I'Mictorluiis mid Relegates arc Speakers; Coy era Laid i"r 805; Affair Successful In Eicrj Way. (THURSDAY) As a fitting congenial finale of a two-days successful entertnlnment.the PrnotOrians of Texas and their friends sat down to a banquet Wednesday night in the basement of the Radford building as tho guests of Ablloiio Couu cil tho Chamber of Commerce the people of Abilene and tho women of Abilene Rebekau Lodge No. 8'J. Four long tnbles.cxtendUig the entire length of tho big. basement Were loaded with viands tempting to any man Praetori- an or otherwise. CovorB wore laid for three hundred and sixty five. The entertainment Itself was turned over to the Robekah degree team whoso membership 1b as follows: Mrs J. J. Clinton Mrs. V. E. Oglesbj airs. Ed Shaw Mrs. C. R. Armstrong Mrs J T Bryson Mrs C. W. Norta "Mrs. A. R. Christopher Mrs...Cd$t Mrs 0. ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 21 April 1911

9X99 nx Miufii ' .A. l$Mi$$4--l JmJ- 'hO$M$mOhOhOmC1 J7J X Most 'Beautiful Church in t3he World T T f t f T. F. LOCKETT & OO. St. John the Divine New York City Consecra- ted; Mammoth Edifice to cost $10000000; Twenty Years in the Building not yet Completed NORTH FIRST STREET ; !' ft .f V I ! i' E By Associated Press. tern of sixteen windows surmounted HEW YORK April. 19. Tho Eplsco- In turn by a central tower pal Cathedral' of St. Tohn the Divine Occupies Commanding Site tho largestjeccleslastlcnl btructurS in -r sll0 ls tho mo-st commanding In Uio country; and the fourth largoat In tho city. On what onco was the bat- Christendom was solemnly conscrat- tlefield of Harlem Heights overlook- ed hero today Althoutin only partial- i8 the mala plain of Manhattan the ly constructed it has already been Hudson River and Long Island Sound twenty years in buildl-.g at n cost of it occupies three city blocks bounded $3500000 and it may take as much by 110th and 115th Street to North longer ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 21 April 1911

i I r-AGE SKTIX K SAN ANTONIO GETS ;i ritAUTOKIAKS CITY FOB SELECT ALAMO STATE SENATE TWO IEA11S HENCE. GEO. 0. SAVAGE RE-ELECTED A. P. Folsotn of Sanderson Made VIco President and 11. E Looney of Abilene Secretary by Acclflmntion. (WEDNESDAY.) San Antonio will bo next hoBt to tho Praetorians At 3:40 tills afternoon after thirty minutes of incessant and exciting vot- ing that city was chosen over Austin. At 3:10 the fight for tho honor of en- tertaining tho next senato was in full swing- At that tlrao flvo cities San Antonio Justin Paris Tyler and Cotiimerce were In tho contest but tho fight soon narrowed down to San Antonio and Austin. On tho first bal- lot Austin received a vote of 68 a plurality but not a majority it re quiring 74 to. elect. D MEETING On the second'ter Is coming to tho front. ballot San Antonio received 80 apQ Austin 77. On motion tho Choicewas made unanimous without a lissont- Ing Voice. " f Pi D. Starr placed San'Antotilo In nomination. W. T. SntqSnl nominated ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 21 April 1911

j -i 7 vvifc V -90? riJH7 HI 1 1. I) i i t v 3s Sova "l t ere Wvvs AJDeek iw o Wis seasow W& uvVaJtW B-ea oveav awarcd T&VVmy Dvess 5oois audi TSysss TqvfcmfcTs tables1 eadAoAJDear We aresrccelving shipments of new garments almost daily In our I-Spies' Ready to Wear Department Hence something new to shfw you some late styles to see afany time you may call. Some nv Lingerie and Wash Dresses a recent shlpmeut to see Mony Lace. Embroider and Beadlnir trimmed nr.io- - Wj & liuui urewa lur summer "Mrjp j v!iiiuii'u ysuu .aissL-n nH-itwairinvSje.! mer fabrics in variot 4 to 17 froof SLWfo Iff. ...... JTUU Ladies' i)sses-Jii ajjlne latest designs and fabrlcsflPr Spring and Sumnfcr. jg? jJa Jm Tailored l$ SK Tallordr Suits embraJthe latest style featuA&ndimdB deslrirtle materials Jm 1C t finely tallo15foJT: Separate mwmmNiimUts in fancy mfrUrres in i plniWknd hWded $3.50 e SWks Out showing of Silks for Jfcwlnc: est weaves and shades-HpfTallnes Shepherd Checks Foulards Marqui...

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