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   Abilene Morning Reporter, The (Newspaper) - January 4, 1925, Abilene, Texas                                THE ABILENE MORNING REPORTER JUMJOCJATZD BBPOET 87 LEACU VZU JANUARY KSFiDRTY PAGES II711 I TPA n A CO I lilt I A T WILL SEEK TO PASS POSTAL BILL AT ONCE NEWS IN PIGTURMS Uncle Sams Latest Fighter Uncle latest and submarine has Just been launched at tha Portsmouth Jvavy where It ij shown taking Its initial Londons Beauty Miss MaryLatta la considered the belle of the British capitals er Many oJ the countrys leading men are sultora lor her Woodrow WilsonFoundation Medal Tr Viscount Cecil of hcst known by his former title of Robert is shown receiving bronze medal which con stituted the first peace award onder terms of tho TVoodrow TTI1 A check for accompanied Photo showm Viscount Cecil and right MOQRCMIVE OF ABILENE 8 8 8 8 8 8 88 8 Is Awaiting Farther Word From France BABSON SEES SITUATION BEST SINCE THE YEAR THIS STILL r MCCARTY Guy manager of the Mattress was bom October Lancas Ha came ttjAbllene with his family In 3907 and attended slm mons CollcgB 2 Ho was for 12 years with the McCarty Furni ture Company and has been man ager of the factory for 15 McCarty was married In He has a 16montholcl who is the youngest her of the Chamber of Commerce In the United according to McCarty Is a director of the He helongg to the First Baptist Church and la vice president of the Victory Bible He is a di rector ot the West Texas a Elk and vice president at thy Lions Farmer Has Almost a Billion Dollars more to Spend Thfe Year Than Last BAtZSOX was tho most significant development of 1324 so far is bus iness Is concerned The put today to Roger brought an immediate atjsiver outlining tho recovery of the farmer and the effect this re covery may have on business dur ing The year 1924 marked a decid ed change In tho position of the American snys As we enter 1325 hu ter off than ho has time since SEASONS ARE TO OPEN ON APRIL 14 AND T6 CLOSE OCTOBER FOURTH huve contributed tofnft mcnt first and foremost has tho rapid and substantial recovery In the price that he receives for his products and the of those nonagricultural commodi ties uhfctThe iiuys tlovvn The years corn crop totalled decided de crease frojn the and Is substantially under the the tre mendous jump In prices which amounted to over 60 per cent from the low this iear morethan off sets the decline In and as this years crop is es timated to he worth S per cent more than last val uation figures being and The crop as only substantially greater In volume than the but the price thatthcfarmer received per cent It taes timated that this years wheat crop la worth 54 per cent more than laal or nirnfnstlast years farm value of oftt farmer was benefited also to a great cxtcntMhc value ot his crop he ing1 estimated at 36 per cent more than last or about A Fa i against approsJttiate arotung of major league baseMy 137 QOO last year schedule for 1325 fo open Cotton Off SO Per 6 April 14 and close Oo prices of cotton to the farmer tober1 completed today by as compared to lost veAr hoa the ot the Na tlonal ami American Leagues which Continued on Page in session here for two The opening dates for the two leagues were as follows National Louis at New York at Boston Philadelphia at Amcricun Cleveland at Chicago at Boston at Washington at New present of the American Leaguswho was unable sevton of the schedule arrived here today spd participated In the final TFiniarii rctary represented Amcricah League At the sessions The National League was represented by PresidentHeydler and Barney owner of the Pittsburgh Per ASKS BODY NOT BE BURIED BUT USED TO STUDY TYPE OF AFFECTION chemist Demenltroux with the late Professor Curie and Madame died today In a hospital victim of a lingering and agonizing caused by lorjg continued experimentation In radium being not unlike that of Piofector Bergonle who died yesterday in and that of Charles the noted Xray In Bordeaux today an autopsy waa performed on the body of Bergonle by his pupils and a grouo of in accordancewlth the wishes of this martyr to science whose experimentation with the Xray was largely devoted to re search for a care for Pro fessorBergonle had IhE holding of any funeral services or asking that only body be used for study of the lype of affection that Is killing or Ing so many experimenters in this branch of FIRST TO PAT Thomas Shine ot the army Quartermaster stationed at San Antonio was the first to pay his 1924 In come tsl to the Internal rev enue office tax was The Is mailing out return blanks to persons in the dis By the Associated of Finance Minister concerning the funding ot the French debt to the United Slates is considered by the gov ernmentos entirely un official and a personal statement of French public It hus In the view of politi cal leaders posed the question nt French war debts in such way at negotiations must suggestion of Clementel handed to Herrlck in the form of a It Is not indicated In ttell although unoffic ial French probabty aro Insufficient to form the bojsls of a sdrious ThelAmerl can ambassador Is holding suggestions pending further per sonal talks with French It is even thought in political cir cles that they may never be cabled to thctr presehl It Is recognized by the French that contact be tween French of financeand Americas representa in Paris has set moving the question of funding war debts and It Li frit that something must come out of Washington Awaits n aK 3 The French suggestion regarding payment of the war debt of to the United States still was await ed tonight by tho Wash ington No answer to Secretary Hughes cablegram requesting Ambassador Herrlck to torward the tcit of the rTALIAN CHAMBER OF DEPU TIES THROWN INTO A BIG DEMONSTRATION SEVERAL RIOTS From Various Parts of Italy Slow Many Uprisings i By Different Forces of the Nafion By the Associated Premier Musso lini demonstrated in the chamber of deputies today thathe has in no wioo lost hln magnetic powen of ctlrrinff the Imagination of Ma Assuming the confident fighting attitude of the palmy first days Gt ho staged dra matic which threw the cham ber Into Volleys of So great ivaa the enthusiasm that at the conclusion of his upcech the fascist deputies jumped over embraced one Ho jnaile a profound Impression by hla that the situ would lie cleared up within 48 hours and that the government had the strength to destroy Aycnclne opposition those depu COOLIDGE1SSAIDTOBEIN FAVOR OF MEASURE AS IS REPORTED BY COMMITTEE That tho Texas v Utilities Company one of ho foremost casii customers lij cot as well as ode f the largest dis of wages and Indicated y figures covering oper ations ci company for 1931 Included n thb re portsfiiat aro now beingcompiled in tho general offices Approximately million dol lars wfls spent during 1324 by tho company n purchase BUT piles and and over a half t Jos have refiinecl to partici page column 3 BOARD ANNOUNCING FIG URES GIVES EXPLANA TION OF DECREASE AgKregate net earnliuii or the JZ rc5erve only In tho calendar year 19 a reduction 000 from tho netearnings for rcservo In announcing the figures declared reduced demands on the banks for credit accommodations together with un usually low interest and discount rates were responsible for the great Gross earnings for 1924 or a reduction of from those of 1323 The gross earnings In 1924 were the lowest for the banks inany year since Earnings of two reserve banks Cleveland and Kansas wero not sufficient to fully coyer current depreciation charges and other fixed assess or any part of the dividends accrued the The earnings of the banks in New Louis and FURTHER EVIDENCE WILL BE TAKEN TUESDAY BUT NO CHANGE EXPECTED further steps are contemplated In tho In San Francesco in excass of the vestlgatlon of the death William charges but they were net McClfntocic millionaire the board to other the continued in tlc dividend iriqucst Assistant States Au of banks were author Attorney Joseph Savage said ize reserve board To pay Ludwlg retained by unearned dividends totalling ap the states renorted that proxlmatcly out of ac McCllntock evidently died of ty cumulated phoid of viruleht attended Of the nix federal reserve banks by whose earnings were sufficient to William chief banecover current deprecta flclary tinder McCltnlpcks tlon and other filed only who has been here to rissist In the four had an excess of earnings was to start for over those filed tomorrow for Tho Richmond and an indefinite He will Tejcin Dallas bankstransterredall of the his wife and resume nn Interrupted remainder of their atgre sojourn ho gating to surplus A final opportunity to present while the Minneapolis trnni any other Information lie may ferred to surplus account regarding hs death ofWilliam JJcand paid to tha federal will be given Tuesday to government as frarrEhiso tax as Ifrrry chltf Justice of ths required under the municipal who instigated an Inquiry Into tho fnund chemists npd physicians to have re sulted from t Judge Olson has offered 10 con aider whether he would reveal rea sons for the investigation If cd from liability ShepherJ i and William chief beneficiaries and foster father of who died at the Shep herd homo while her Sites WEATHER WEATHEW BUREAU Department of Agricul Pope waltled with a It to marry Shepherd declared his name had Abilene and vicinity orally not mu For East Texas t m For pate In the work of There hiany conjectures to night na what the premier meant by this In the co u raw of hla speech In the Mussolini upnn himself the and hysterical responsibility for what he fascisll have His news Popolo which alone tonight on his that Muesollnl has emphasized the sanction ot revolu tion of the black consecrated by theauffust content ct tHe while ma assumptlonOf full rcs for what fascism baa ia an act of superhuman and 1u aotlent The latest pdrlafnontary attempl of opposition In when ATusaoIInl aahed that a rnotion Introduced I be postponed for six which meant refusal to discuss In maklne the queat Mussolini said any more votes of 1 already had nianyVThey mean LT sympathiz In which number of peraoiw have been and several reported from various arts of Tha council of mtn early tills week Issued a commnlque atatlnff that inoat measures would beadopted to prc senoahd eafesuard tlio moral ai material welfare of the In its campaign against tho dis sident tho already seized a number of oppo sition newspapers and private homes throughout the country hare heerT searched by authorities measures have brought on numerous dashes between the con tending HECK OF SHOW MORE THAN ONE MILLION Fallfns obtain immediate action t day on administration meas ure to Increase postal sHlarles and Senator New in charge of Iho Save notice that fee would preM for action Monday before there If opportunity for consideration of Preeldont Coolldghs velQ the sal ary bill passed 34t With many senators ravorlntr straight out test first on the some leaders 4 ywere Uoubtful that tbo majority requir ed to brinn up new administra tion measure could tie When Senator alter ei plnlnlng In detail tho1 tor rate acked unanimous consent today for Immediate dsration o tho Senator NaVr preytoiwly had asked the rea sons tti action on t fore tho vto measure be voted Senator re member ottfte postofflca served notice ho would m a fight against the v pound increase advertising matter1in salaries and virtu ally of passing the ds of local foufd Us way Immediately Into local com mercial Purchase of supplies mater ials included many kinds of mer ranging from steam tur bines to cotter and from lead pencils Of the million dollar total spent the sum at represented tha amount spent1 In markets for electrical merchandise for the retail Blocks carried In the com pany Al remainder construction ind and of this amount morethan on a was In cash tlirpughWeit anil the office ol t AVesUTexas and several thou sandAdoIlan spent thfoufhthe gen eral lot flees and dustrlet offices di rect fortho of mlocellan Items of supplies needed from lime to all of which buslneu f With aruaggrcgato of 350 men and rolls the West Texas Utilities Company pall out in wages during 1924 a total Bum ot Slnco all of Iho employees of company are West Texas it that tho exception v the small amounts which each Individ ual managed to put Into his or her savings account during tho year this entire half million dollars also was put back Into tho channels of trade in West Tbe Wlr presented to the reprewnts sharp ot rates the de ry oe Qoolidge tor Jneasiire pro vides In scientific manner for tng funds necessary to mrtt proposed postal pay in ereaie desired end would be ac BRITISH OFFICIALS BELIEVE THAT AH NATIONS MUST MEET SOON question or European security will nave to bo considered shortly ty the various Jn the opinion of British It was learned Iho protocol drawn up by the league of nations at Geneva lost fall provo unacceptable or incapable of bringing about the desired then it Is likely the question of pacts between individuals nations wilt come up it is would like some sort ot an AngtoBclgbn agreement regarding her But it Is not likely that the o me ornun Sundiy gen will take up Iho subject until Uic li in been besmirched by tne repetition not mucri change in of vile Insinuations and innuen does and that the puMlc and 1 For Texas Sunday gcn sre entitled to know the animus erally fair Fomewhat colder in change of In one way Sunday gen1 e protocoT Is or another neit and malice that are behind all Unification of Air Service Now Urgedfor A uni fied air rcrvice instead ft the sen i army and navy air services was recommended In the house to day by Representative re The two air he shouW be iUwed one head to reduce evrienses and prevent an in terlocking of their respective The navy air he should be confined more to the Uvittes ot the fleet while the service should be expanded to cov er greater territory the cost Weather outlook for week begin Mostly fair ninir M West Gulf states Maintaining Costs On State Wards Is Stated average cost of maintaining tho wards iof the elate in the seventeen elemosynary institutions for tht flscal year ending August 31J 1024 was for eacJi the Jward of control announced This was Tho fn slltullons spent for sup Port and with temperatures or t lightly mon ot PANT FORMER HUNGARY RULERS TO SAID present agitation aroused by the Hungarian legitimist party for the return to Hungary offormer Crown Prince Otto and his exEmpress apparently is Raining Austrian Christian socialist and monarchist parties havo ap pointed a parliamentary commUteo to Investigate the legal fly of the ASKED TO RETURN TO SCHOOLS THEY AT TCNDEDJK Tho Abilene public schools will oVisn their doors Monday morning after a holiday period of three wcefcs and all school children jrttre urged Saturday by Superintendent Green to be on hand tore stimo The pupils that attended College Heights and Travis ward scijools during tho fall ivere re quested to report back to these The Central Grammar school itnHc The have announced their determina tion to frustrate any In this Dispatches from Budarcrt last month reported further evidence of reawakening Hapaburg move ment in Hungary and that the ward anJ will re port to the old high school bulldlnp which has been remodeled end novibecoaies the Central ward and Grammar The equipment and furniture for tho building has not Grcoji lyt tftij tvlll bo Sad contractor former Empress Zita In a letter to effort Count Albert a rpresen fnrnltur lative of the Hungarian expressed conviction that he Kinf Otto should be reunit td with hit weather during tho weeks has delayed the considerably and failure of furni ture ocarrlre haa further Bio wed doivo the work ot putting the class rooms tn In spiteof the slightly condition of the buildlcg tYtry effort will ba mide to Install the furniture qulckty as Furils and patrons urged to make the beat of the eltuatlcn see to it that the children were ave pro tested vigorously against this rato Under a previous will President CoollOgea veto of the pay on Monday not later1 than 3 oclock aritl vpte ou It by Tuesday not lat er than 4 Thiia If the double barreled ad mlnlstratfon bin rates well as salaries IB taken ui Monday t must be passed within two hours or the veto automatically will come up for Tho postal rate Increase as revised by senate committee Is aatlsfactbry to dent Chairman of the subcommittee that bill announced today after a ty thatob ong NO STARTLING CHANGES IN 1925 MODELS MANY silver Juollee ot induntry was celebrated tonight at the for mal opening of auto mobile show in the 268th field ar tillery in largest drill hall n t 7S foot silver tower in ofjthq hall equipped with360 and other lights from silver the place a light as A silvery canopy covered the armorys steel Curs worth amillion ranging in price from less than SOOO to were on There nera 500 cars on the Fifty seven manufacturers had ex while there were 245 special displays and accessory Incoming trains brought hundreds of persons from varloua sections cf country and some of the well known trains from Treat In extra There were no startllngf chartgs in 1SZ5 models and leading makers predicted that the cars of type generally prevalent la the more recent years had come to Itwas noticed more cars quipped Vlth fcnr brakes than sver A Unued tendency toward balloon aal Bernhalloon tires also was Rope Trailing An Atdo Qnses Death To CKfton Farmer A rope trailing behind an which came entangled and suddenly lock ed one of thi resulted In the death here today ot afftd and farmer of tha Clllton ac j tack in school Monday cident occurred near CHttop on Christmas As the r5pe the tha automobile thrown into a 2S foot Seven bones were broken In Olsonsbotly by Cha MEEHANlAY COACH UNIVERSITY 11 IN 1925 XEW Chick football coach who has piloted j Universitys cltrtn through bril liant campaign of Iriumpha for th past five ray leave tho Orange UJte charje of grldlrn at YcrK VulTtrstiy nexl The of Tom Thorp as hMd football New vas acceptM V 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