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Abilene Semi Weekly Farm Reporter (Newspaper) - December 1, 1916, Abilene, Texas A he xxxv. Friday december i a a. Al Al i talk m. Of it of a la a Ivy Vvs in x in a a in i win in in a / Sais for Laff emperor by the associated press Washington nov. 29.�?pontifical High mass conducted by Cardinal Gibbons and attended by president Wilson. Cabinet members and foreign diplomats was said today in memory of the late Francis Joseph emperor of Austria Hungary. First refugee out of Chihuahua says Villa Nas the City e with hotel Grace in jul i Edwin r Adame for six years ebb f clerk at hotel Grace has resigned i position and will leave with his wife and baby saturday morning for a journey that will end at los Angeles their future Home. Thursday will be his last Day who the hotel. Or. Adonis \ ill succeeded by Robert Westbrook who has been night clerk at the Grace for several months. Or. Westbrook will he succeeded As right clerk by Porter v. Smith who was at one tim0 connected with the hotel in a similar capacity. Mrs. Adams and the baby will Stop at Dallas for a Brief i it with relatives. We Hilo or. Adams will go Cincinnati and other Eastern cities on business. They will meet at Kansas City and go i its Angeles. Ca., where or. Adams will enter the merchandise i brokerage business representing Largo Eastern manufacturers. Or. And a or berm work with Tim Grace shortly after that splendid hotel was established six it Quot arb ago. He or immensely popular with the Jublle with the travelling men. For three years he was accrete by a ast re of the local Council of the u. C t., and w ill be succeeded in that position by Ralph Kuhn. Or. And mrs Adams took a imminent part in tin social life of tho City and their departure will occasion keen regret. Hest wishes of hundreds of friends will go with them their new Home three Young Texas students solve High Cost of living. Claim by the associated press. Denton tex., nov. 29.�?five Young Mon students of tile Northwest toxa1 Normal cob ego hero claim have solved tho High Cost of living at a much cheaper rate than the men and women who Are under the diet test it Chicago. They Are living nicely on 19 cents a Day. For breakfast they have biscuits. Fruit Bacon Brown Gravy Aud potatoes for lunch potatoes vegetables Corn bread milk and fruit and for supper milk bread meat and fruit. Pittsburgh papers go i p of Price dec. Pm tile associated press Pittsburgh a. Nov. 29.�?All afternoon newspapers in this City announced yesterday that effective december i the Price of their editions would doubled and that advertisers and others hereafter receiving copies will have pay the advanced Price of 2 cont the copy. The Walters re tho chronicle Telegraph evening i edger prose and Sun. By Spendal leased wire Elk paso nov. 29.�?the first foreign refugee leave. Chihuahua City since the siege began arrived Here today. He reported that Villa and Julio Acosta were in control of most of the City when he Mode. His escape by Auto at 2 of clock this morning. Owing the fact that he had been in close hiding he explained he had no Means of knowing first hand the whereabouts of Gen. Trevino. Carranza forces were holding hard the r part of the. City said the refugee who added that he understood ill foreigners were Safe at least the extent of leaving Ute area through which Villa fought his Wray. Gerard receives president Wilson by special leased wire Washington nov. 29.�?ambassador Gerard conferred with president Wilson today and received final in tru colons of the views be presented the German government regarding the deportation of belgians my submarine warfare. No written communications have been Given but or. Wilson outlined him solely the situation of the american government toward pending issues. The president is understood have emphasized the unfavourable impression of Germany a treatment of the belgians. After spending an hour with the president. Or. Gerard left for now York. He plans sail december . During the Day the ambassador went th1 state department for a final conference with Secretary Lansing and also talked with secreted Daniels and other officials. While or. Gerard would not discuss the matter for publication is said have informed tho president that Germany is undoubtedly ready for peace on terms satisfactory her. Whether the ambassador will have a conference with col e. M. House before leaving was undecided when he left Here. There have been reports Here that col. House w Ould go Europe in the near future hut the colonel has said that he has no such plans at present. What s he sore about atm i but it i a my Germany protests on ejection of ministers by special leased wire Washington nov. 29.�?in a note delivered Secretary Lansing from count von Berstorff Germany protests against the ejection of the German austrian and turkish legation from Greece and asks the slate department Forward the protest great Britain. The text of the note follows �?oth0 French commander of the naval forces of the entente in the greek Waters has notified the envoys of Germany Austria Hungary Turkey and no Learla thai they Are leave greek ter by of p cured territory immediately with the staff Uruci sctt cast of their legation and of the Consul a pcs. Tho German Empire most emphatically protests against this a tempt of International Law of the free ill of a Neutral country and of the elementary rules of Courtesy. A acting under induction from the Imperial government i have the Honor Reque St your excellency Forward this protest the British the protest will sent on London As required and As a part of tho Ordinary routine of the. State department. The note required no other action on the part of this government which is involved Only because it represents German interests in England. By tho associated press Paris nov. 29. The serbians yes a height Northwest of of the Cyrna River and also a height East of Hill 1950. A violent Battle is progressing Northwest of monastic according the War office announcement today. Propose destruction of rumanian Oil plants pm special leased wire new York nov. 29.�?wireless dispatches from Berlin today reporting a decision of the rumanian government destroy plants connected with the extensive Oil Fields of the country were read without apparent trepidation today at the local offices of the Standard Oil company which has holdings there valued at Between $7,000,-ooo and $10,000,000. The last word received Bere from the company a representatives in Bucharest arrived two Quot food situation on nations feast Day remarkable by special teased wire new York nov. 29�?what is declared be one of the most remarkable food situations in the history of the nations great feast Day developed Here today. On one hand there was a Semi panic among dealers in the thanksgiving Turkey Market As the result of the Public a refusal buy at the prices demanded it was announced by Joseph Hartigan commissioner of weights and measures. On the other hand a Call for a concerted Public uprising against the High Cost of living was issued by mayor Cornelius f. Burns of Troy who advocated a proclamation by the governors of the states and the mayors of All the cities be published broadcast be read in schools and churches setting Days for a series of y Boycotts Aalst High priced foods. Or. Hartigan following an investigation into the poultry Market said dealers were finding their Stock on their hands he declared that they Felt that Days ago. According an official o a Elf the Public were pay High prices the company stating briefly a fall they would establish a precedent i a a which would mean the same High pro Ixo trouble expected res at Christmas and new years Oyer sinking of u. S. Ship they were predicting better eleventh by the associated press hour sales when the prices dropped he i Washington nov. 29. Offic la said. Reports on the destruction of thoth egg Boycott he said had produced american Steamer a Hemming by n Jess buying and a in self defense the German submarine were rec ived by dealers have Ben obliged reduce the tho state department late yesterday Price from the american Consul at Val it Neia a Spain. He said that All on Board had contracts for $65,000,000 been landed safely Worth of ships awarded the ease appeared he similar by special leased wire the destruction of the american ships Washington nov. 29.�?Secretary William p. Frye and Leelanau both Daniels awarded contracts private carrying contraband. As there was builders today for More than $65,000, no loss of life nor any apparent Vio-000 Worth of new fighting ships for mation of German pledges the knit the Navy including four battleships led states the Case is not regarded As at $11.0000,000 each two Fleet Summa alarming. _ Rines at approximately $1,900,000 and i Twenty four coast submarines at $694, this mix not disturbed in too $698 000. These vessels com-1 least by $100,000 inheritance prise the Hulk of tho great building Greenly colo., nov. 29.�?when program of sixty six Craft of various told yesterday that he had inherited types appropriated for by the last see $100,000, Louis c. Dodge employed at bion of Congress. Bids for four Bat a a mine near Here plugged his pipe tie cruisers will be received december and said that he guessed that he had 6, and five scout cruisers january 3 j better get Back work As the Boss with the Hope of completing the task did not pay him for loafing. Of getting All the ships under contract he is one of the heirs of his Bro the ultimatum Greece required within the six months limit. Tiler Charles h. Dodge of Providence the surrender the entente allies of the Bill be put through Congress Rhode Island. Friends of the family greek arms and Cannon within a per this Winter for the Navy will carry a had been searching ten Days before Iod ranging from two Days a week total of about $400,000,000. They located him. Entente general stand firmly with ultimatum by associated press. London nov. 29.�?vice Admiral us pour net commander of the entente Allied Squadron in grecian Waters informed King Constantine monday that would firmly adhere the terms of his ultimatum says an Athens dispatch the Exchange Telegraph company. Texas against five states try the associated Presa it. Worth tex., nov. 29.�?the livestock sanitary commission of Texas tuesday declared a quarantine against the importation of cattle sheep goats Swine fowls and of any hoofs hides or skins of any livestock from Missouri Kansas Iowa Nebraska or Illinois. Tho order becomes effective today. Tile quarantine is declared As a precautionary measure pending further investigation of the suspected cases of foot and Mouth disease. The order will remain in Force until further notice. Refuses in take Federal oath by the associated Presa Elk ago. Ii nov. 29 the malt Rity of the second battalion second infantry of the Illinois National guard Home from the Home have. Refused take the oath Niter he Federal service. Charges have been part furred. Greek steamship is torpedoed in Grehan Waters ask Sio . Valuation by the associated press London nov. 29. The greek steamship Whoso name is Given a Mihail but which is believed be the Michael in been torpedoed off pinot Island in the grecian Waters. Jellicoe made first sea lord of Admill Alty London nov. 29�?rear Admiral Jill icon commander of tile British Flet has been appointed first pea of the admiralty. Ile will be succeeded by vice Admiral Beatty. Exposition of War super mom Berlin. No. 29 an a exposition f a it in Restit Lonsy is the latest Novelty which is he opened in Berlin. And at wit he Are be exhibited Many of the Odd amulets coins and Cego in cd bringing objects which or Edh is on both ides of the conflict a still Wear or carry despite the fact that this is the twentieth . By the associated Presa. Washington nov. 29.�?Congress will be asked for another appropriation of $1,500,000 for the physical valuation of interstate railroads. All Field operations Are completed in three years and the other work Olio year later. announcement was made today by director of physical valuation p Root. Contracts for subs Are get by Sec. Daniels by the associated press. Washington. Nov. 29. Secretary Daniels today awarded the contract for Twenty seven roat defers Ann two $ 00-ton Fleet submarines. The Cost totals $21,188,000, tap up in Many cities of the United states by the associated press. New York nov. 29.�?concerted Effort is being made Here in and in other cities in the. Part of City officials and civic organizations reduce the present Cost of living. The Boycott on eggs which was started Here promises spread Many other cities throughout the nation. In the meantime prices Are dropping. By Bagwell. Tex. By the Asse elated press. Larksville. Tex., nov. 29.-Buck Thorn an the negro who attacked Austin Bishop and his family March 23 last was taken from a Deputy sheriff near bag Wall last night by a Mol it and hanged. The negro was being brought Here for trial. Hile sons i Kear will occupy new building soon Hale sons it Khan will occupy the building now occupied by Mcdavid Bros As soon As Mcdavid Brothers vacate the building move their new quarters on Pine Street second door North of the first state Bank. A we think we Are going have one of the Best grocery stores in the Southwest when we get in our new building. It will he re arranged and made fit our needs in every Way possible. We will have lots of room and will be Well prepared take care of our Trade a Caid or. Hale. Day at Haskell crowd very Laroe by the associated press Neva York nov. 29. The steamship m Irina which was sunk october Jih w As torpedoed without warning according members of tho Crew who arrived Hen today. Service Lor by the associated press. Berlin nov 29.�?the Man Power Bill providing for compulsory service of civilians for War purposes will be introduced in the Reich Stag tomorrow by Chancellor von Bethmann Hollweg who will Point out the necessity for the measure. No definite news yet on by associated press. Juarez mex., nov. 29.�?denying that general Gonzales last night officially announced the fall of Chuhua Iti machines Are be bought for school the Board of education held an important meeting tuesday evening much routine business was transacted. The main item coming before tho Oard was the Purchase of manual training equipment for the High school. A number of the leading Man a fart Ortag Csc Ublish Mentor submitted bids on the equipment. The contract was awarded Fay amp Egan of Cia lit Natl Ohio the following machines were bought. One 6 Inch turning lathe v re hell v ref Power motor one variety Siw it itch with a mortising and Boring a conv it. Equipped til a three horse Power motor oho single Cylinder surface 24 Inch by 6 Inch equipped with a five horse Power motor one hand Pinner and Jointer 12 inches driven by a 1 1-2 horse Power motor �?T,0 Inch hand scroll saw driven by a two horse Power motor one Oil done tool grinder driven by a i 1-2 Hnry a Power motor. Quot neb machine is in lev equipped with the latest arid Hest safety guards and fatted with the Detroit switch. They ire All the most modern Mike of Wood a a Orkins machine and Arn equipped Vith nil necessary attachments of a very kind of Wood k. It is the intention of the Board cot the in Chines inst lied and the Vork started by tho of the a a coed term of the year. The. Shop is be locate in tile basement of who High school building. This equipment will give the Abilene High school one of the Hest manual train eng shops in the state. The members of the Board Are very much intended in getting the Industrial work for Trio boys started in tho High school. They believe it be a most important Factor in the education of boys. Dua be does re imm Ige in Middle Japan by the associated press. Tok nov. 29.�?an earthquake today did considerable damage in Middle Japan. Many Bull dings were destroyed and pedestrians were Hurt by falling Walls Uvion Post in a St in. It Mfd 1� porn fent in year by the associated press. Washington. Nev. 29�?the Cost of living in the United states has advanced 16 per cent during the year ending october in. According a report on statistics gathered by the Bureau of labor and announced today Hua City Villa Carranza Here say that there is yet no definite information regarding the City. Russians Tawf til prisoners and Heights by the Aqa in re into i press. Petrograd. Nov. 29 a russian droops took 711 prisoners and off�?~.cial3 de Heights in the Southern carpathians in an assault on the teutonic lines it was announced today. T a by the associated press. Haskell Rex a nov. Hie Berlin nov. 29-�?British troops symphony and Magazine clubs of this attacking near Given Chy last night Cay gave a Flower show a and Automo were repulsed the War office Stateline Parade saturday tile largest Gath Mort today cays. The rumanian in ering of people from he country seen Wallachia before Bucharest Are re Here in years was present. Treating in disorder says the state about 50 automobiles floats and ment other vehicles took part in the tho russians Are attacking Many tho l est showings were made by tho places along the Northern rumanian Hunt store the symphony and Maga front but have gained Small Avau Zine clubs Sand the Courtney Broom tages at heavy costs it is added. Factory. All were Well decorated and Are repulsed austrian sub Sank u. S. Ship British Steamer sunk another badly damaged Many lines of Trade and other industries were represented. The Flower Frohow was held at the William Wells furniture store and throngs of peo but a associated press l in poured in and out All Day. The Only Accident which is known have happened during the Day was a a a a that of the Little son of j. M. White who was run Over by an automobile bandits get i Dot from Kansas Bank by tho associated Presa. Hazelton kans. Nov. 29.�?pandits this morning blew the Safe of the Hazelton Stato Bank. Escaping with $1,000. London nov. 29-�?Lloyds announced yesterday that the British steamship City of Birmingham has been no fuss of u p Farge Russ a a transports Are sunk in october British steamship Eraston which previously had been reported by the associated press Washington not of a. 29.�?the latest state department advices say that the submarine which Sank the american Steamer Chemung november 26 flew the austrian Flag and that the Steamer was destroyed by Shell fire in addition being torpedoed. They repeat that there was no loss of life and that the Crew was Given an Opportunity leave the ship. If Texas weather gets any finer than his a in was no in. Sunk has been towed into Gravesend it is now we May have build a roof saturday was a prosperous Day for considerably damaged by a mine or a Over the state keep the Angels out. The merchants in All lines of Trade torpedo. Dallas news. By the associated Presa. Berlin nov. 29.�?two Large russian transports bound from Hemingford of revel were sunk late n october by a mine according a Stockholm dispatch. They carried an entire Russia my Ament according the report

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