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   Abilene Morning Reporter, The (Newspaper) - December 14, 1924, Abilene, Texas                                roil AW1WG PAGES pno oi nirrt SMUGGLERS SLAY EL PASO NEWS IN PICTURES On Lunch Chinese Bandits Seized MANY EDUCATORS TO STEAK of Charity from Convent were on board a launch attacked by bandlti Two of them were led away but later according to f All of tha nuns had been In but ai few From to right they are Bisters Maria Lo Iretta Roso Elccta Mary Finan Coffin and Mary Dcvota Heres Proof of Japans Aerial Hopes tff Here Is proof that Japan it striving f or These a fenof hundreds of new the army has Ttiey ftVo the lust word in aircraft not flimsy an rt dilapidated liko many nclo Tho planes shown here are lining up for a Etgantlc Block battle as part of the of Itto emperors military Rome Honors Her ABILENE OF 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 tf 8 8 8 8 8 Death of Gompers May Disrupt of NSIITMW ORE THAN 300 TEACHERS WILL ATTEND SESSION DURING THE WEEK can Thomas Davis And a Corps of Expert Will Be in Control of Instruction Program Teachers of Callahan and Ta ounty snhols who gather There Ibnday for tho annual institute egaivarriving Saturday and by the pening ofthe weeks session lion ay morning more than 300 teach rs 1 the The instl lite will continue Superintendent Grcjenof public be n Charge of the Institute during County Superintendent M Williams stated rjnteridentfl MerkeLand CaHahan will preside f on tber days during the Arrangements tn furnish every Accommodation possible to the vls tlng teachers have been the ounty superintendent A omroittee has been arranged fet the ilgh school and this group Trill dl the visitors to the meetings and act as a general information Persona wanting board ers during the week were requested Superintendent Williams to be ireaent at the high school Monday norning where they may number they deslve to the commit Dean Thomas Davis Tarleton College and his corps of experts will be In charge ot the instruction group secured following1 a conference of superintendents of and Callahan count lea and Baird Emroilmttt X collection tSoiBuperintenderits will tni principal matters of business tak up Monday Director Davis also will outline the war to be done and this will be taken tip Monday 1 be furnished Monday morning b the Simmons fine arts department pastor of th Southsde Baptistchurch here will r conduct the devotional Mayo Charles wlll deliver the address of welcome and Super jn MBl By the Associated SAX The train the bodjof Samnel Gompers Irft litre to night it i 1 oirlbe SAN Antonio has seen her great processions for the living and she has burled her Illustrious but In a manner entirely dif aha prepared to back to the nation a son of toll whom death had loaned her for a fleet Ine grange to the rugged Sam Gom could he havelookedupon would have been thescenes of his funeral cortege as his mortal body was started on Its long jour ney His last ride In Oils gtty of his death was to be on an artillery and the last escort for the man who had fought all his but always in civilian was to composed of uen In military The music of a military band and the rumble of military car riage were to be his Tho firemen and the ppllra of the San Antonios municipal her civic and commercial organiza tions and iher host of bowed WASHINGTON NEWSPAPER MADE CHARGE RELATIVE TO MUSCLE SHOALS CHARGE SCANDAL ATTEMPT i Trying to Create Another Tea Pot Dome Scandal U the Charge Made by Senator Relative to Editorial Senator Ala today obtained unanimous ot the Benate to have investigation of statements made the Underwod Muscle Shoals bill and himself of an edl orJaI appeviner In todays Jssue ot the Washington The editorial wav referred to the iudlciary which lven authority to subpoena author of editorial and other A SECOND INSPECTOR IS UNINJURED ALL SMUGGLERS ESCAPED KPOSIMS n common homage to a more than tmmon v ping hi his great bronze cas ket in flag draped house of death he late president of the American federation of drew to hlm elf throughout r the day the men of labor and the men of capital OFFERED AT TWAIAT AM ARILLO Continued on Page Column 2 American oners hai been ccordtd rocmhcrship In tho Rfiyal Academy IMllurmonlc at Uome highest honor muMcallyIn a 11 Sho Is the only one membership wen t nrough vocal than Instru mental Sick Oysters Produced These SCOTT Scoit Ho 11 ts Is in charge of tho xray recently 1 n al the new Vest Texas Bap list Sanitarium The laliora Is very niodetn In every lail and Hollla has had much expcrionoo in Ihe field pi Koentfieo rny He was horn in Abilene Feliru nry IST ami attended the Abi lene High After graduation frdm iho htph school he attended Simmons College and Liter South western University nt Ho graduated from tho Baylor Lnl Medical dehartment al Dal ian in and camo to Abilene whero he began practicing medt During the ho served ns Lieutenant tho Xavy and In 1919 was dlschnrgod from the Klnco that time ho has been prac ticing In and 3 years ago Installed an Xray laboratory which has been In operation Hollla was niarrlcd to Ruby Xortcn of Abilene lie is a member of tho American the Taylor County Medical thfi State Medical the American Medical Continued on Page Column the POSTMASTER GENERAL NEW IN RECOMMENDATIONS TO CONGRESS NOW LETTERS TO BE EXCEPTED EL uor cm ureters to vnbtuh on hanks of the Rio Grande tonight shot and killed Immigration Inspec tor Frank Inspector Clark on duty wfch Herbert another who was fired upon but not in Clark wu sho in the by the one of waora was In vimr and fonr of whom hiding in the brush on the Ameri can tideof the All the smufgiers eprsons to get at the bottom of the senator and former democratic floor leader the newspaper had charged him with having been Influenced In pre paring his bill by the Alabama Power company and with yielding to corporated influences in his pub Senator Underwood declared that the Inference was a He and hebelieved the was pur chased by the Interestwho are trying to gobble this power at Muscle Taking up statement in the edi torial that President Coolldfio does riotwant a Teapot Dome scandal ieals thepostmaster general asl his Underwood for an rates desig Thto slimy make that crawls through an editorial barn is too Rate Advances Would Yield a Total to Meet Additional Costs of Department Increases In postal rates on virtual ly all classes of letter mall recommended to con gress today by Postmaster General In a letter to Senator chairman of the senate postofflc New recommendee advances to yield a approximately covering the additional costs provided for In the vetoed postal employes pay increase ry a and tiro weie shot and and another man was serioomly wound ed in a gun battle at a rad hooM four miles of here lite thto The police were to the place to subdue a shooting TEXAS RANGER IS WITNESS Captain Frank Hatner Is Among Witnesses in Former Dis tricl Attorney and Hobaits Trial On second class mail consisting entirely of newspapers and period IESTS ON UNCOMPLETED HULL Of WASHINGTON WAS cowardly to attack the president ot tho United States anC seeks by innuendo to iltick other people who arft trying to carrr out the pniiideats The heading of tho LOSS ESTIMATED AT PORTION OF RECORDS WERE Dec courthouse of county destroyed by fire hera today with an estimated loss of cover ed by approximately in Tne records from the county clerks office were but firemen have not yet examined the interior of tho vault in the dis trict clerks office to ascertain tho damage Tho firs orglnaled on the second floorof building about S and within a fe wmoments tho en tire structure was mass of Firemen from XVInnsboro and who woro cenier ed their efforts to preventing the spread of tho The water supply of tho corn Testimony offeredtoday by the state in the trial of former District Attorney Ernest and Ruth alleged that both the at different had threatened thelife of the womans man for whose death they are now on trial on charges of Miller said he woujd killthat It he came to his again following an affray between the lawyer and while llo bart on a previous datet while liv ing at Plalnview telephoned a dep I uty sheriff hr husband had beaten her and If he comes home drunk other It he told the that President Coolldge will disregard thoso advisers who seek his support the Under wood now in the au thorizing the secretary of L war to lease Muscle Shoals for fifty yearn to the This slimy he that crawls through an editorial column bearing misrepresentation and slime is too cowardly to attack the president of the United States and seeks by innundo nnd charge to attack other people who are only carrying out exactly what the president of the United States hatt To say that it is going to create a Teapot porno ho is identical with saying that 7f the matter shall go to the president we can not trust him but that he will betray the confidence which ihe American people reposed In Mm when he was elected president of the United States last Xovem Ill kill tho witnesses Miller signed personal notes payment of a car for Hobart few weeks before the encounter Inihlf auto mobile rtraler Miller transacted the deal for Ho said the who was the last of a score on the atami Captain f lamer Another important slate witness was Frank Hamer of gcr who testified he was In Millers office in 1523 when he found the lawyer He remarked that his old girl had gotten married Hamer ad ding I will kill him and whip ned to yield The rate postcards would be Increased from the present one cent to one and ono half additional On fourth class mail or parcels the increases amqam1 to about third class direcT ad rates would be increas ed to produce Other increases included istered letters to produce Money orders Insurance Collect on Of the increaWfn second general be borneby pi Ushers ot newspapers and period The remainder he proposed to raise by Increases on newspapers mailed There would be nq change under the fn the present 1 l2c pound rate on the reading portions of Certain classes of Including thos devoted to also wouldescape an Increase on reading Rates on the advertising portions of publications subject to zone rales would two cents n pound in the second anc third and a poi reahtlng carried by the of airplanes postessed by Unlt States Major Gnwral chief of the air today ta teatifyint hington Virginia Capes he proved the army bomb Ing cralt were obwleaeeat and should be replaced aiid powerful capable of earrrlbr to the conimitm that by Secretary recentappearance Continued on Pago Column J STATE SENATOR WOOD HURT IN AUTO SMASH of member oC the state sustained a broken collar and James Granger was Injured when ttie car In which they riding over turned on tha Fiskvllle road Mrpr al miles north of here shortly be fore noon The men were brought to Austin Jor medical at Senator Wood later re turning to his while Par mele is in hosultai munlty was endangered when the her city water tjnk constructed ol cy Hotart went to Millers office enlted by hut I about two months before the salea ihts was quickly bulletpierced body waa The business section was endangered ot clty Anlhorcss Oeorsc author ess whose stories and poems were published In n number pf maga zines under tho name of Clara Humphrey died at her home hero found on tha outskirts of and was whipped by the lawyer in Continued on Page Column 1 CABINET QUITS MONDAY cellor Marx at a meeting wllh sociaHst leaders this announced that the cabinet would reiign Mon And IICMV tluy her by TncliSam for The nrii Mrv Irving ns Importlnj the without it were TTkrn from Witn fhe iciurncil on Ihc TO CANVASS THE TEXAS RETURNS DURING MONDAY AlS i of the election held Iitsl Novem ber will be next Monday by I he All re xvilh tho exception ct the votes cast for governor lleu fiifint lie Thp legislature wlli the re turns for Ifcutrnant Uclurns frrmi fifteeiv counties not been veefivej out it C52 in tho Swnlliih Vrcmlcr S Is seriously according iio advices reaching here It WAS hv developfd i I inf jitiiiT tinn of the lunsa anI llut fiir for Ms vcvovcry I I KlNP The Goodfellows arc on tlie job all set to brighten many Hvra Abilene this i Do you to bp A fellow Its naVc a contribution to j fellow ChrlMnMfl Cheer and youll kVnlrlbu I tlons will Ve recetvel the j nnd arknowledpovl i 1 through its columns from diy to ponny thi35 refriIved i vH bo used to proviso Christ maa cheer for families and Ini who otherwise wouM KO U will ba Rdj ininlstrrcd Intho Red i j and will bo distributed where j it is rfiot needed nrul where I It will do thn most tiet thit happy feciinc tlnr vmea trom making others ami something to J i the GoodfeUow i list is 9tartel oft by the with a 1 Slim Jim and the Fores The Kelly Kids Freckles and His Friends Our Boarding House Out Our Way Salesman 3aiu Just A Page of Comic Strips These Eight full of icmiics with our Sunday together with Tho Western an Eight Page Sunday Magazine arc all included with the low price of NO ACTION IS TAKEN ON THE ANGLOEGYPTIAN TANGLE TO RESUME IN MARCH By the Associated a new emphasis on the power of the Geneva protocol to the anxieties of the thirty second session ot ho council of the league of nations adjourned to day with its members expressing determination to pursue the study of the protocol on the reduction of had jrf bombing ptanto in the wofrti but the majority of the bombera now In of an f was In I Wilbur in before the hfluse naval appropria tions subcommittee in urging that funds be made available to strengthen the decks and Install blister protection on preJutland battleships of the American HOLD TWO PRISONERS W JJAMZFOR ROBBERY EL prls arrested at A11 la Ahumada were being held tonight at military for Inves tigatioa in connection with the bandit attack October 10 on a and Oriente 41 miles south of In which auditor of the Erup don Mining Company and eisht other men were shot to The entire crew was killed by the ban who escaped with a Post Miningand financial Interests of Xew York have posted a forfeit of in connection with an offer to the capital stock of the California consisting of and the stock is being with Intent to consummate the ac cordlnK to Alfred presi dent of the Daily and For Sec your homo town o direct to this The Abilene Morning Reporter AwocuUd Press LeaMd has given notice through former Premier Briand that she is ready to base her world policies on the protocol and henceforth t submit nil her disputes for arbitra She was it was to even examine amendments to the protocol In a friendly The members of the council sep arated today without taking any action on tho Anglo Egyptian dis pute U was learned that one consideration entering into this de although was the sentiment that the timo had arrived in Europe violence must he checked in the Interests of all and Bolshevism not permitted to in crease ils inroads on ihe continen tal Reocm activities of the commun 3sts in liiivt caused roine unrismess havfs been private ly dlsci55l by several members of tlic j Count Qumonos pc Span Tfrrepentallvo in tho afinoiinaM nlffiit that he cx pected tha council to nuomlle in MadrM next Announcoment made Groat sent a note tO tho asktng the Irish treaty ni1 be recognized ns an in capable of being rests uriiUT thf provisions ot tho lecaupo iloes i that an in 1 ternUional Tho effect of it Is Is that Ens will refuse to anvj s fippeal to tho league baed j i t which the Urltteh ry regard PS a charter of i TT nnc not as treaty between uattv WEATHER WCATHCH BUK11U Dwirtmtnt Apictl Abilene and vicinity Sunday part ly Sunday partly Sunday partly nbt much chansrc In tcra For East Texas For West Texas weather outlook for the week be ginning Monday West States Mostly fair with noriiTsI vain mMdli   

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