Denton Record Chronicle, October 8, 1917

Denton Record Chronicle

October 08, 1917

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Denton Record-Chronicle (Newspaper) - October 8, 1917, Denton, Texas THE WEATHER RECORD o'clock o'clock o'clock o'clock o'clock 49 50 55 58 TOMORROW'S WEATHER; Tonight much colder, Tuesday frflft fair and wnrmCr Wednesday prolwbljr fair. V KSTKim A V'S TEMPERATURES. Mnxtingm 99 Minimum 58 VOLUME XVIII. S' DENTON, TEXAS, MONDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 8, 1917. NUMBER 48 Has been set aside as A very commendable idea. There so many things that can be made at a small expense, using our materials and suggestions. Articles that are useful, articles that are ornamental and decorative in the home. Take-for instance: our Tapestry and Drapery fabrics. You can make window curtains, covers for boxes and trunks, shield that unsightly corner, make pillows, knitting bags, laundry bags, work baskets, are only a few of the suggest- ions we have to offer. Come in, we'll tell you more about things you can make. It all helps. COURT SQUARE-EAST. HEN you look at old pictures of your friends and relatives of the past, pleasant memories of former times are recalled. Make the appointment today. FIAJNTDSOIVIE: BOOTS. It is a well known fact that the women who have their feet dressed at this house of Good Shoes always have the best dressed feet seen on the street or at home. Our cut shows two of the of our handsome, artistic Fall Boots. These are an entirely new creation with Kid vamp, whole quarter, and with long pointed toe. All sizes and widths. Regardless.of the great increase in the cost of Shoes this Shoe Store still stands for the best shoe values at any stated price. e And the Joadinjr Loan ijoiiipanifi w.ll accept only from Com- panies having a complete set of .tfstract books of their county. There's a reason. Ask any ifuod attorney. have the only modern and complete abstract plant in Denton County that Is kept up-to-date daily. Conveyancing and all kinds of notary work correclly done. P. R. BIRD, Manager. Don't Try to Save a tjie Expense of Your FEET four out of five applicants for the army were re- jected because of poor feet. Cheap Shoes and foOr Fitting the cause. We buy Shoes that are properly built and we fit them correctly to your your feet to them. Bi. Center of Shopping Activities' Helping Each Other Mutual aid is a mutual advantage. The customers help the bank and the bank helps the customer. Start an account here to- day. We nan help each other. We are ready to do our part. EXCHANGE NATIONAL Established 1881) CAPITAL AND SURPLUS Officers and Directors: A .1. NANCE, Pres. ,1 R. CHRISTAL, Vice-Pres. J. C. COIT, Cashier. E. D. CURTIS, Asst. Cashier. .1. II. PAINE. A. c. OWSLEY: RD P. BATES. (lail fur more drafted men to re- liui'l examination. Wednesday aud'iy nf rtexi. week was decided on the Kx'Tiiiilion nuarfl Monday after- iii'M'M, .John W. Bailey an- nounced. This in Hie first regis- tmrils. The local board Monday reopened the case nf Marion M. Bice of Aubrey and wanted a discharge on the ground of dependents. A discharge for Carl Lawrence was received from [he district board. REICHSTAG DEBATE Oct. news- papers which support Reichstag majority severely censure Dr. Hellffer- iuh, the fierman vice-chancellor and nf Inc.Interior, for his incapa- city to respond to Ihe ftolings of the Rciebstif and expressed discontent wilh 11, pen Monday. They nre of Ihe opinion that tlie fu- lure of l-he government may depend on the Monday in view nf the motion of the independent social- ists Ih it "the majority, is of Ihe opin- ion iiml Hie reply of Hie sovcrnment to the interpretations did not meet the in- lenlims df the Reichstag." CONSTITUTIONALITY OF DRAFT LAW TO BE ARGUED DECEMBER 10 WASHINGTON, Oft. permit an early decision the Supreme court today advanced appeals involving Hie constitutionality of the draft law and fixed Dee. 10 for hearing a: ijumcnts. WASHINGTON, Oct. Supreme court today refused 1.0 review and there- by piil, inlo effect Texas Federal court's decision holding that the Har- rison law is conslituional and requiring ft. T. Tliurslon, a Gaiveston druggist, Io serve one year's imprison- ment for violating [tie act. SUPUEME COURT TO REVIEW A. P.- HEARST INJUNCTION. WASHINGTON, Get. Supreme I'.ourl loday decided to review the Fed- eral decrees which restrained the Inter- national News Service or the Hearst service from "pirating" news from the Associated Press. Today's action of the court does not afreet the operation of injunctions already existing, court, ofllcials said, but merely provides for n review, lo which there was no oppo- sition hy the Associated Press. V. S. SHOE MACinNEUY ANTI-TRUST SUIT SET JAN. 7. WASHINGTON, Oct. Su- preme court today decided to expedite the government's anti-trust suits against the United States Shoe Ma- chinery company and fixed January 1 hearing arguments. TEXAN WHO CARRIED OLD GLORY AT VIMY RIDGE COLDEST IN TEXAS WITH 36 DEGREES SPRINGFIELD, 111., Oct. infl frosts in Central and Northern Illinois did considej-n'ile danmuo to miniatured corn, reports received here today indicated. DALLAS, Del. cold rnin at limes whipt mist by a strong norther Toll inlermtUenlly hern this forenoon. The temperature in Dallas fell 'il! dc- frrr-cs bclwen Sunday evening and Mon- day morning. The mercury registered ileffrns Ihis mornins. Amarlllo reported 3G degrees Ihis morning. AMERICAN FLAG IX HATTLE. Photo %V. ij. Clancy, a Texan nrnl gunner in the British Royal h'ield Artillery, with tlie American whjeh he carried over the lap of Vimy li'ulgi'. Clane; is permitted to wear a small American Hag on his arm. NO HOPE OF-VICTORY ON REICHSJAG MEMBER A.MSTEHD.UI, Ocl. Goc- I peon member of the IteiehsUsj, i- quoted in ti licrlin dispatch us Imviiifl siiitl at n mcclinfl of the cen- t.rnl commit lee of his party Hint, nllho TEXARKAXA DROUTH BROKEN. TEXAHKANA. six weeks' Irnulli was Hroknn here I his morning by a drenching rain. There were 'nler- showers tliruoiit the rorenoon. WILL START NOV. 28, SAYS CHAIRMAN FLY AUSTIN. Oct.. Representative W. M. Fly of Oonzalcs, chairman of the Legislative mvesligating committee, which is lo probe all departments and institutions of the slate, said today i the central commillee of len members' will meet at Austin Oct. 20 and 25, when the work of Ihe enlire commis- j sion will be outlined. i ile said the investigation will begin, Nov. 28. I Oklahomans to Feed Wheat to j Livestockjn Western Section OKLAHOMA CITY. Ok., Ocl. a million bushels of wheat will be fed to livestock in Oklahoma Ihis fall, it is indicated by reports rcceivad today by the Slate Council of Defense from twenty-three western counties. In most of the counties an Increased: acreage of wheat planted is hut no hope is held out that plunging, will -lie further stimulated by the in-, crease of a few cents a bushel possible under the new marketing arrangements. First Liberty Motor. Truck Out' LIMA. Ohio, 'Oct. first Li-': berty Iruck for Ihc yniled States army, a- product of the. greatest molor truck designers of the country and of the'combined genius of Iwolee motor truck plants and sixty-two automobile Vin.rls factories, was completed here i today at a local manufacturing plant. Thlrly-llvo thousand copies of it will he turned out in trie first half. of. for the army. CAPTAIN ,T. ,1. CALLAN. PIONEER OF i 'UKXAS. DEAD AT FOPS' WORTH, Oct. J. .1. I Calhn. a Texas pioneer, is dead at his home in Menard. GERMANY PREPARES FOR OFFENSIVE ON RDSSIAN SEAPORTS LOXDOK, Oct. German ni- val forces have been observed off the slnnd .if- Borcholm and off the coast of Sweden, aparently confirming the ru- mors of an intended German offensive ngainst Helslngfors and Petrograd, .10- eordinff to a dispatch to the Morning Post from Stockholm. A traveler who lias arrived in the Swedish capital says mat he learned from a trustworthy source that consid- erable forces have been seen in the Bal- tic including numerous mine sweepers, seaplanes and -Iransports. RUSSIAN ELEMENTS PprmOGRAD, Oct. a con- ference between members of Ihe, gov- ernment, a delegation representing tlie democratic congress and representatives of the bour.senlse, a complete agreement was reached on all questions. The government will immediately form a, complete cabinet so that the re- constituted coalition government may be able to begin work at once on the b.isis laid down. STRIKE IN EFFECT PI-mOGRAD. Sunday. Oct.. 7. (Delay- general railroad strike order which orpmiscs a complete tie-up .if Ml Iraific except sanitary and military I rains, became effect ivp. last, midnight. All passenger Irains scheduled lo leave Petrograd today except those for Ihe front were abandoned. The slrike was carried out, in spite of the warn- ing that the strikers would have to an- swer charges nf treason. For That Soldier Boy's Photograph. Get a. frame.. We have beautiful white Ivory ones. Come and see them. We can fit his photograph with a frame. Prescription Druggist, Side Sq Denton, Tens Quirk, Ortivcrv Phonf, 188 Illinois Town Wiped Out By Incendiary Fire; One Held i ______ DANVILLJ3, 111., Oct. town of Clarence, 111., was virtually wiped out by fire yesterday lhal is believed to have been incendiary. A- young man seen running from hardware where the fire originated was arrested. Almost every business building in the town Was destroyed. THE First National Bank I.I 111 I If HI Mill l< I Ul I'uil.v lllilL, Hllllvi I lie mililiiry Mhmliuci is I here u'lis no hope of crush inn Geriua- n.v's cnemU's on liuid. As Tor I lie siihninrinc ranipnlgn, he said, T.OMII.IllKl Ions or had heen sunk, luil Mini no disposition toward liciice IKI I he part of Ennluml u'as dis- (crnilili'. RAIN INTERFERING AGAIN WITH BATTLE ON FLANDERS FRONT BRITISH FRONT IN FRANCE AND BELGIUM, Oct. counter attack by the Germans in force 'east of Polygon wood in the region of Reutel last evening was beaten off by artillery and machine-gun fire. The front involved was over n width of about 500 yards. The attack was preceded by a heavy artillery barrage which was put down not only in this sector, but along the greater'part of the new battle line. Tlie rain of yesterday has turned the lint I Infield in a mass of deep mud ,ind filled Ihe shell boles with water, ranking most difficult military operations of all sorts. Calm all along the fighting line during the night is reported. GERMAN ATTACK ON MOW BRITISH POSITIONS HEl'ULSED. LOXHON. Oct. Hermans made iinolhi-r altack on Hie Hrilish posilions east of Ypres lasl night where Hie Brit- is recently have made important advan- ces. Tin- Wai- department reports the enemy was repulsed. NEW YORK ROOTERS STILL PROFESSING HOPE FOR VICTORY YfSIiK, Oct. New York ;ind niiicago learns are expect- ed here Ihis afternoon for tomorrow's wiini'. Hi'1 Ihinl of Ilic championship si-rirs. i.ianl rooters are tslll cheerful iiml are rienrinduig that the. series be Lied up in flic next Iwo games, albeit, ailimtling Hie rlilllculls of tlie feat. CHICAGO TAKES SECOND ALSO. Hiiim-r (iiiint IMtcliers out of Box and Win. 7 lo 2. (JIIICAC.O, firl. diants failed In come lincli iiflrr I In; 2-1 defeat hy tlie While Sox in the opening game Sal- iirday ami lost in the second hy Ihe ono- siiled sviiml of In 2, the (Hants' pitch- ers being hammered for fourteen hits. Kaber piiclied for Ihe Sox and Schunp, Ti'sremi, Pcrrit and Anderson for the U10UAY AND PERU BREAK WITH BERLIN ....LIMA. del. has severed rcla- linns MONTKVmKO. Oct. has severed diploma I in relalions wilh Ger- many. PREDICTED FROST IN SOUTH BOOSTS COTTON BALE Oct. frosts in tjip Sou t h cmi.sed advance of more (him S.I n hale in the cotlon market this forenoon. Jiuiimry contracts toiiclied 7c n pound nUovo Hie low level of lust monln. Thirteen Negroes Released; Not Connected With Rioting POUT BUSS. -Texas. Oct. nf Ihe. tj( nejrrn soldiers held in con- nection wilh tin1 rifiinti in Houston were orderi'd released yi'.ster- day ,'md iiave returned In Columbus, N. l.i join their rnwiments. Tln'.ir reliMsi: wns ordered upon re- of trie nf Iniiuiry, which found I Ivy had no parl in the 1917 Corn Crop Greatest Everj WAS'll.XC.TuX, Ocl. an I eslimaf.l loss of liuslir-ls flur- inu- Si'pl.cmlier. Ihe counlry's corn crop siill will lie Ihe preiili-sl. in history. The la.esl. llgnres issued Ind.-iy by Ihe of Acrieullure show the crop will bo bushels and .-ilso despite an estimated loss of huslK'ls during Ihe nr'-nth the wln'.'it crop will excxed last year's. crops approach records. German Sub Interned at Cadiz 'Escapes; Spain Investigating MAI mm. net. S.--.V Herman subma- rine inlerned nt Cadiz lias escaped. Oct. Spanish povernmen1 has drastic action to discipline officers responsible for Ihe safe internment of Ihe German sub- marine, which escaped from Cadiz. ANOTHER CREDIT OF O IHIITISH GOVERNMENT. Oct. 100.000 credit advanced to Britain by Ihe government'loday. DEFENDANT WIM, TESTIFY IN KEET KIDNAPING TRIAL. Mo., Oct. Car- ter, onf of the. defendants in the alleg- ed pl-il lo abduct C. A. Clements, a ieweler nf Springfield, will be a witness for the slate in Ihe trial of Claude ,T. with kidnaping. Baby Lloyd Keel. AT TWO ni'HVEl) TO IX CARUTHER.SVII.LE, MO. CAHL'TIiKllRVlLLK, Mo.. Krl Oasself of Tiplunville anil "Buck" Sm-i- llvrs 'if Ibis placr1 were burned lo death here loday in a fire which started ill n reulnur.ini. and caused property, dam.ige of ?20.0noO. Capital and Sarplas.. FIRST NATIONAL BANK Denton, Texas. Satisfactory Service The policy of this bank is based upon service that satisfies. Nothing is ,too good for our cus- tomers, whether the account be large or small. Your "welcome is not measured by the size of your deposit. Then too, "The non-interest bearing and unse- cured deposits of this bank are protected by the Depositors Guaranty Fund of the State of Texas." Service and safety make satisfied Customers. We will appreciate YOUR account. First Guaranty State Bank The Bank of Better Service. STYLISH COATS FOR LADIES...... This is going to be a great coat season and we'were never so well fixed to supply the trade with the really stylish coats as we find our- selves now. Whether you are ready to buy or not. Now is the time to make a selection. We will lay it aside for you and keep it for you till you need it. Don't Spend Any Coat Money Till you have seen these prices to You Will Find Values In Ladies Petticoats etc. here that will surprise you. Millinery to Meet Your fondest expectations. We are anx- ious that you see. The Woman Who Pays by check instead of In cur-_ rcncy escapes a lot of worry about money mailers. She lias an acurale record of where her money gons and a receipl for every penny she has paid Besides It's so much safer !o liave the cas.i in I In- bank than in Ihe home, i Mir special department for women will be glad to give information. Den ton County National Bank FARM LOANS LOWEST RATES MOST LIBERAL TERMS FARM LOANS ALVIN HILL. President. T. M.RUCKER.Sccrctary f Stacy Adams Shoes -------For In highest quality leather, correct in line? perfectly shaped to fit smoothly anj fortably, the maximum and All uncertainty shoes will wea shape is ended in a pair of in, let's talk ;