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   Abilene Morning Reporter News (Newspaper) - May 8, 1927, Abilene, Texas                                Sunday Mav THE ABILENE PAGEBEV ROUND THE iVOBBD Continual from Paga 2 But Francesco da Pine do did not move the latter became angry and began beating do you want to aei ask ed The Here he said With a second lot of blows the little man showed that he did not believe a But happily Plnedo then able to rejoin his Women of the little May congress of women was recently held in Belgrade for the main purpose of considering the problems before wcmen in the countries of the Lit tl EntenteOne of these id that of illegitimate In the Napoleon which was In troduced intoSerbias first tion in the forties and fifties of last is still in force and under inquiry as to the paren tage of an illegitimate child ex pressly The congress was unanimous that this should be but it went further still and passed a resolution calling for a tax on all adult males for the pur pose of instituting a fund for the upkeep of illegitimate Tram Car May first tramcar restaurant made its ap pearance some little1 while ago on the line between Dusseldorf and The journey lasts about an hour so that there ris plenty of time to have a and business men who want to save time can get cold sal and The new institution seems to bea great and all the places are generally booked in A Hero of the Air May About half an tiour after the giant French aeroplane had left Croy doii the other day and was in full it was noticed that the pet rol pipe was The mechan and this the wings of the aeroplane tried to mend but finding was he held the two ends together with his thus making It possible for the flight to continue for 45 minutes when It finally landed In The mechanician was in continual dan ger of falling and eight pas sengers wereon German Champion Boxer Retires May It is most un usual for a champion boxer at the height of his career to retire unde weight but Kurt champion and middle without doubt the best boxer in has just done Only a little while ago he knocked out Adeolf challenger for the in lour after having himself been repeatedly sent to the Now he announces that he will fight no and that his title is the disposal of the central box cr The reason for his retirement is that his hands will not endure the tremendous punches which he is able to He has broken them 120 Miles May an few weeks fstex Aimoinces Speedy New Sport Car on Sunday tochurch was con sidered almost crime for all but the positively The sterner Puritans of the nineteenth century discountenanced all riding or driv leaves and stems of postage eh6 and how pretty they are I would like know the name of the little parlormaid named chance was it pop and I hand painted Chinese eyg and It may of bin all I I never can In fact lor tin ins on what the less regenerate the Queen was culled the day of gloom and dark and a race which drank itt tea without sugar on that day and punished a child who gave his pony an on Sunday would certainly havo regarded a parkins place as a quite superfluous addi ion to a pac9 of Man chester May Is now a member of the provisional government of was well own in Paris where she studied or many When in he was fond of relating her early j xperiences as a youthful ionary in and her opinions vere extremely She ap leared delighted when she describ d how at the age of 17 she used to ourney about southern car ying in her luggage the dynamite o be used for terrorist When he revolutionary movement was drowned with success ia her native city of Canton she was one of the chosen group of revolutionary stu dents sent to Paris to learn West Something new In motor cars is announced by the Hudson Motor Car In the introduction of the Essex SuperSix a two passenger car of the roadster type which Hudson heralds as the fastest six cylinder car in the world per dollar of To assist in high speed perform the car Is built along sweep ing and raWsh The rear deck Is streamlined like a speed the lines curving smartly to a point in the The regula tion colois of the cars first man ufactured is a bright and attrac tive special color combina tion are being asked and in a number of college com munities students are ordering speedabouts done out in the varsi ty backihe death ef once very prominent as the Inventor of the passed almost un At one time he very near ly pushed through a scheme for a 100mileanhour service between Liverpool and Now it appears that a schemefor railway speed even greater than that is ex citing great interest in French to Wear Khaki May soldiers will in future be The the war replaced the baggy red trousers and blue tunics with white gaiters in which the of Na poleon III fought against the Prus sians Is to be The khaki to be of the Ameri can This years Budget allocate for the pur chase of khaki cloth for the new Road Mending So Restful May road from rime has been sadly wronged it He does take frequent rests in be tween the spasms of but those the Industrial Fatigue Research Board has do not equal or exceed the working but last for only about a quarter of the In other words he rests for a total of minutes in every His average rest lasts about a Men engag ed heavy investigat ors list with average rests of from 14 2S minutes every ritch loaders rest from 22 to 26 minutes per Miners take rests rang7 ing from 7 to 22 minutes each hour according to the atmospheric con manual workers can be shown as follows Minutes per Ploughmen including rests at end of each Other farm Bricklayer Dock Men shovelling loose earth in wagons It was found that if the msn wheeled the earth which they had shovelled into the they rested for only eight minutes every Woman 20 Years Younger in 20 May 20 minutes Dr claims by meaTis of plastic sur gery to make a woman look 20 years Passot who was during the war in charge of a hos pital soldiers wounded in the is now his skill to the rejuvenation of In a lecture recently he said he had performed more than oper ations on women who wished to look It is a be to suppose that it is only the coquette who to have her face In forin where no woman ever pow ders her nose I found that women were earning their living were eager to have the They realize that in modern life the wageearner must look The operation is not old but is highly successful with those who are beginning to be Most of the patients are between 35 and For every man who comes there are 30 Women who want noses go to Pas ment Women who felt that had lost their powers of attraction have had the operation in the hop that they would like young afterwards look Chroni A Sabhath May The news that provision has been jaaade car park In the building of z new Methodist church a Southampton suggests a grea change from old when driving I must have a letter sent to telling hw how delightful her work Too Popular May musi cians complain that they are de privod of their livelihood by invad ers from the United States and the whose jazz and tanyo bands are the most popular in th3 The Foreign Office has come to their aid by instructing German consuls abroad that musi the exception of con ert and opera desire o come to Germany must be pro as mereJy witn a but also with permission f the police In the German State o which they propose to A few years ago passed her ern she successfully law examinations and received the degree of Doctor of Law Parlormaid May is domestic servant in London who recently received the warm con gratulations of the Her name Is Annie and when she old postage and making them into beautiful sh did not know that her master would steal out with them and tak them to the exhibition of the Roy al Amateur Art which was opened the other It was ther that the Queen saw them at the private She walked quicklj towards them with the How Beautiful The Queen examine them Even flowers and matter I cant even tell them bytheir faces unless to be very fat and one very or some thing like Well if it was Ona Lung you reely may of picked up ft pop and ma and pop hes the that the figures for all the Chi Little Bennys Note Book Pop and ma was reeding diff rent parts of the evening paper ami ma I dropped in ai the auction rooms today and I bid 6 dollers for half a duzzen of the darlingest little Chineseegg cups I had noideer they would go for sutch a but low and behold they Sure they they must of seen you coming and passed around werd to dust off the Chinese pop and ma you dont know a bargain wen you heer 6 dol lers for 6 Chinese egg cups is a re dickluss she Ill say it and ware are you going to get the Chinese eggs to put in them pop Now Willyum thats an remark and you know thes egg cups are all hand painted by a Chinese the auctionee mentioned his name but I cant re member it was somo Chincsi ma It wasent One Lung Sam J nese laundry and his time is werth Xow Willyum if you dont Anything about art no reason why ycu should your ignoiTints with sutch an exhi bition of vuljwr ma and pop Not fit on the con Ive allways bin strong for the practical arts as represented in shaving soap jivvertizements anrf if I dont have an to me tomorrow morning la onof the 6 I shall very Then youll Daft to because their tec assail reely hold an tnefr meat the esthetlck not ma and po Yee goda give Trie Im to take my low atnmmlck the bowling alley and eareJ v7Iph he Got a Plat of EL MORRIS AUTO SUPPLY Phone or An internal antiseptic for all the organs and for the quick relief of High Blood Pressure from whatever and especially beneficial ia disorders of the Liver and such as chronic and Nervous acid gas torpid liver and Removes the toxins and other poisons and aids in the Prevention and relief of Diseases of the Heart and Price One Sold and Guaranteed in Abilene By LMTON DRUG COMPANY Motorcycle Delivery Bight RYSLER6 sot So do tilted those who prefer a Victims of obtruding ears havethem ditions under which they are showed many Rest periods taken by other of women before and photographs after treat MARMON Companion to the large Mafmon Serifs 75 car en iiou dee Aau t it Havent you thought that some day just this would That you would see an auto mobile that had so muchsmartness and mannerism about it that your mind and your eye would immediately Thats you would try that mobile and find that the slightest press on the accelerator in traffic would be all that you would dare use out on the country roads you could ride along absolutely fasci nated by the sheer joy of driving that wherever you stopped people would immediately cast an in quiring eye at its Whether up until now you have thought about it or it is quite probable you when you see the little Marmon It has all of these things and It is infinitely the most important ad vance of years in fine car Previous automobiles are one y little Marmon Eight is something over and beyond the most seasoneddriver will not be more than a half hour in Complete line of closed and open and all under j Also a limited number of most 1 striking custombuilt tittle MARMON ft AMERICAS FIRST TRULY FINE SMALL CAR I J WITT 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