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Abilene Morning Reporter News (Newspaper) - May 8, 1927, Abilene, Texas s Sunday Morning, May 8. 1927. THE ABILENE MORNING REPORTER-NEWS PAGE ELEVEN ♦- I ’HOITJTD THE ..ORLD (Continued from Pat;® IO, Rec. 2) view. But ne Francesco de Fine** do did not move the latter became an>;ry and began beating hisn, ‘rift’horn do you want to see?” asked th# airman. “The Italian.” “Here he Is,” said Pinedo. With a second lot of blows the little man showed that he did not believe a word. But happily Pinedo w&3 then able to rejoip his friends. Women of the Little Entente. BELGRADE. May 3—A congree of .women was recently held in Belgrade for the main purpose of considering tho problems before women in the countries of the Lit-tlt Entente. One of these is that af illegitimate children. In Serbia, the Napoleon Code, which was introduced into Serbia’s first legislation in the ‘forties and ‘fifties of last century, is still In force and under this, inquiry as to the parentage of an illegitimate child Is expressly prohibited. The congress was unanimous that this should be ended, but it went further still and passed a resolution calling for a tax on all adult males for the purpose of instituting a fund for the upkeep of illegitimate children.' Essex Announces Speedy New Sport Car on Sunday even to church was con- ■ loaves and stems made of postage chance vas It? pop se !, end ma __ , . ..A. mm ». M ii A    J    •    kntu    r'dta.-. rn Wa—-...    11^    »___ . ti sr sidered almost % crime for all but the positively inform. The sterner XHB £?sbx Sup&r-Szx: s&sbtm boot Something new in motor ear** la[world per dollar of coat.” Tram Car Restaurant. DUS8ELDORF, May 7—The first tram-car restaurant made Its appearance some little while ago co the line between Dusseldorf and Krefeld. The journey lasts about an hour so that there la plenty of time to have a comfortable meal, ’add business men who want to rlSave time can get cold meat, salads, coffee, beer, and soap. The new institution seems to be a great success, and all the places are generally booked in advance. A Hero of the Air CROYDON, England, May 7. — About half an hour after the giant French aeroplane had left Croydon the other day and wa.* In full flight, it was noticed that the petrol pipe was broken. The mechanician, a man na mod Richards, im -mediately crawled out on one of the wings of the aeroplane and tried to mend It, but finding this was Impossible, he held the two ends together with his hands, thus making it possible for the flight to continue for 45 minutes when it finally landed in Lymphs. The jrr>r of falling off. and eight passengers were on board German Champion Boxer Retires Undefeated. BERLIN, May T.—It Is most unusual for a champion boxer at the height of bls career to retire undefeated. but Kurt Prenzel, middleweight cham pi'>n' and without doubt the beet boxer in Germany. has just done so. Only a little while ag** he knocked out Adoolf Milenz, challenger for the title, in four rounds, after having himself been repeatedly sent to the floor. Now he announces that he will fight no more, and that his title is the disposal of the central box-:g association. The reason for his Retirement is that his hands will |.<*t endure the tremendous punches which he ie able to deliver. He bas broken them repeatedly. announced by the Hudson Motor ■ To assist in high Hpeed perform-Car Co., in the Introduction of tho amal, the car Is built along swcep-Eseex Supcr-Slx apecdabout, a two ing nod rakish lines. The rear passenger cor of the roadster type deck Is streamlined like a a peed-n Ii lei i nucleon lierakL as “the Imat, the lines curving -.nuirtly » fastest six cylinder car In the a point iii the rear. The regula tion rob us of tho ears first man Puritans of tho nineteenth century discountenanced all riding or driv* ll.* on what tho low rogoaoMU.    “*•    Q»«    "«* cited th.- “day ct Bloom and dark- I    »    *tor.Knt to h«r »«i”S and a race which drank It. I toll.*- hor how dohKhtlal hor work t. a without .attar on that day and **, and cor.graJul.tr h.r a nam It. punished a. child who gave hi" pony an apple on Sunday would certainly have regarded a parking place as a quite superfluous addition to a place of worship.* Manchester Guardian.) .•-tamps,” che commented; "and howLe(j# It*may of bin for all I know, pretty they are. I would like to j j jj©v#r can r* Bomber Chinese know the name of the artist.’    itl    i&ct f(ir th„t mAtter    T little parlormaid named Ann.*'    even    tell them apart by Corr,” the Queen was tobl, utortured is a bright and attractive green, special    combina tion arc lieiitg asked for, however, and in a nu in lier of college coin -in unit fen stndeitts are ordering spoedalHiuts done oat In tho va«*-l-ly colors. MUe. CMSB. Paris, May 7.—Mile. Chon. who lr row a member of the prbviaionnl government of Shanghai, was well known in Paris; whore she studied for many years. When in flirts .sho was fond of relating her early «xperitnces aa a youthful revolutionary in China, and her opinions wore extremely advanced. She ap->teared delighted when she described how at tho ago of I 7 she used to Journey about southern China, carrying in her luggage the dynamite to be used for terrorist plots. When the revolutionary movement was drowned with success in her native city of Canton she whs one of the chosen group of revolutionary students sent to Paris to learn Western civilisation. A few years ago (she successfully passed her final Jaw examinations and received tho degree of Doctor of Law Too Popular Juz BERLIN, May 7.—Gorman musicians complain that they are deprived of their livelihood by invaders from the United States and the Argentine, whose Jus and tango bands are the most popular In tho country. The Foreign office bus come to their aid by instructing German consuls abroad that moil* chi ifs*—with the exception of concert and opera artistes—who desire to oorae to Germany must bs provided, not, as hitherto, merely wit ti a visa, but also with the permission of the pollee in the German Stats to which they propose to proceed. hand painted Chinese egg cups, and if I dont have an egg served to* mc tomorrow morning Injmsofj the 6 I shall be very dWppofia- od. Then ybull baff to be disap pointed, because their too small a faces unless one.happens to ho very- fat and one very thin, or sstno- ' J'!V . /s t    i    •    re-'iv    hold    sn    egg.    their    n.ent    tori Vt ell if it VV IS One Lh' : you reely , r, ,y n"‘    ’    .    ...    .Ill may of pick,,! up a I,.,,a-,lr.    pop ; «*•    “J****    iS .-ort. and ma MPI R«Uy? and    „,p i    rn*    •£.    Md    POPJ*#, Mid. Yes. ho'. -ho follow that    do-l V**    w*«» «•»*    •»•*    * r-    m Hlgus eh* ligtnrss for all the neon laundry chouka and his ........... is wcrih money.    am Now Wlllyum lf you dont cero j Wien no ala. anything about art an*d*hen$ibf*th«ksf    ' tat dr- Tee god * five Fie air. I rn going ie CV to take my tel,r    around’ 4 Un to tho bowling alley and give * * J- I . no reason why you -di uld impose your ignorant,** with sutch an eghf-hi tic ii bf vulgar humor, ma red. an<l pop lied, Not at all, on tho con-] trary, Ive alhr.iys bin strong for! tho pm c H ca I arts as represented, in ahu vim: soap avver t laemenUi and, Got a Flat? Dot of Goo? T GEO. E. MORRIS J A FTO RIPPLY    s    t    i “ t Phone 364 or 219ft back the death of F. B. Be hr, once very prominent as the Inventor of the Mono-rail, passed almost unnoticed. At one time he very nearly pushed through a scheme for a IOO-mile-an-hour service between Liverpool and Manchester. Now it appears that a scheme for railway speed even greater than that is exciting great Interest in Germany. French Army lo Wear Khaki PARIS, May 7.—French soldiers will In future bs Khaki-clad. Tho famous horizon blue, which during the war replaced the baggy r^d trousers and blue tunics with white gaiters in which the troops of Napoleon III fought against tho Prussians in IS*0, is to be discarded. The khaki la to be of the American tint. This year’s Budget will mechanician wa, in continual dan-allocate *lo,B00,000 for the pur chase of khaki cloth for the new uniforms. 120 Mile* an LONDON. Mn? 7 - Hour. A few weeks Road Mending So Restful. LONDON, May 7.—The road mender, from time immemorial, has be*en sadly wronged it seems. He does take frequent rests in »>e-tween th# spasms of activity, but those tents, the Industrial Fatigue Research Board has discovered,, do not equal or exceed the working period, but last for only about a quarter of the time, In other words he rests for a total of 11.9 minutes in every hour. His average rest lasts about a minute, Men engaged in rolling tinplates—extremely heavy work—hoad the Investigators’ list with average rests of from 14 to 28 minutes every hour. Pitch loaders rest from 22 to 2*> minutes per hour. Miners take rests ranging from 7 to 22 minutes each hour according to th# atmospherie condition* under which they are working Rest period* token by other manual workers can be shown ss follows: Minutes per hour. Ploughmen (Including rests at end of each furrow)  .....14.C Other farm laborers ........ 8.1 Bricklayer  ...............HG Dock worker  .....11.9 Men shovelling loose earth in wagons ......... ;    .    .H.5 It was found that if the matt wheeled the earth which they had shovelled into the wagons, they rested for only eight minutes every hour. Woman 20 A*ears Younger in 20 Minute-.. PARIS. May 7.—In 20 minutes Dr Raymond Pa&sot, of Paris, claims by means of plastic surgery to make a woman look 20 years younger. Dr. Passot who was during the war in charge of a hospital for soldiers wounded in the face, is now devoting his skill to the rejuvenation of women. In a lecture recently he said he had performed more than 2,000 operations on women who wished to look younger, “it is a mistake,” he said, “to suppose that it is only the coquette who wishes to have her face ‘lifted.' In Stockholm, for Instance. where no woman ever powders her nose I found that women who were earning their living wer<-eager to have the operation. They re*lire that In modern life the w agc-enrnrr must look young.” The operation is not suitable for old ladies, but is highly successful with those who are beginning to be old. Most of the patients ar© between 35 and 50. For every m in who comes there a re 30 women. Women who want Grecian noses go to Dr. Paseo t Ro do those who ureter a tilted noee. Victims of obtruding ears have them corrected, Dr. Pas-ot showed many photographs of women b< (Are aud after treat- ^MARMON Ctmpanion to the large Mtrmon (Stria 75J Of uou tnt car uou too will dull-*- J u ( *yy / —oJnath it thought about it or not, it is quite probable you will, when you see the little Mtrmon 8. It has all of these things and more. It is infinitely the most important advance of years in fine car manufacture. Previous automobiles are one thing—the little M arm on Eight is something else—way over and beyond —and the most seasoned driver will not be more than a half hour in discovering it. Haven’t you thought that some day just this would happen— That you would see an automobile that had so much smartness and mannerism about it that your mind and your eye would immediately say, **That's ii” —that you would try that automobile and find that the slightest press on the accelerator in traffic would be all that you would dare use —that out on the country roads you could ride along absolutely fascinated by the sheer joy of driving —that wherever you stopped people would immediately cast an inquiring eye at its nameplate. Whether up until now you have Complete line of closed and open models—1179 S and upward, all under j |2000, f. o. b. factory. Also a limited number of most striking custom-built designs. “MARMON    C AMERICA’S FIRST TRULY FINE SMALL CAR    I JE. WITT 1041 SOUTH THIRD STREET. PHONE NO 1204. mont. Women who felt that they had lost their power* of attraction have had the operation in the hope that they would afterwards look Uke young girls. (Dally Chronicle.) A Sabbath etui agr. SOUTHAMPTON, May 7.— The news that provision has been made for a ear park in the building of a new Wesleyan Methodist ohureh at Southampton suggests a graal change from old day.", when driving Parlormaid Artist, IDN DON, May 7.—There is a domestic servant in London who recently received the warm eon granulations of the Queen. Her name is Annie Carr, and when she filled hours of leisure by cutting up old postage stamps, and making them into beautiful pictures, she did not know that her master would steal out with them and take them to the exhibition of the Roy a1 Amateur Art Society, which was opened the other day. It was there that the Queen saw them at the She walked quickly Little Benny’s Note Book Pop and ma was reeding dlff-rent parts of the evening pa per ami ma sod, Wlllyum, I dropped in at the auction rooms today and I bld 6 Coilers for half a dusr* n of Ute darlingest little Chinoa** egg cup" I had no ideer they would go for hutch a price, but low and behold they did. Sure they did, they must of "eon you coming and passed around word to dust off the t’him so egg cups, pop aed, and ma sod, Why Wlllyum Potts, you dont know a bargain wen you beer one. « dol Ie th for 6 Chinese egg) cups* i* a re dirk tues price, aho sed. Ill say It is, and ware are you going to get the Chines* ege* to put in them? pop sed. Now Wlllyum thats an al"*"rl remark and you know it, these egg cups are ait hand painted by a Chinese master, the auctioneer mentioned his name hut I cant re- Chin* HU Dr. "Leach's, [Lennon private view. ---- _    -    . towards them with the words, “Howlmember it. it was some Beautiful!’* The Queen examined name, ma sed. them minutely, “Even flowers and' It wasent One Lung Bam bv anvtIfs; An internal antiseptic for ail the organs of Blimination and for the quick relief of High Blood Pressure from whatever cause’, and especially beneficial in disorders of the Stomach, Liver and Bowels, such as acute, chronic and Nervous Indigestion, acid stomach, gas formation, biliousness, torpid liver and constipation. Removes the toxins and other poisons and aids in the Prevention and relief of Rheumatism, Diseases of the Heart and Kidnevs. Price One Dollar. Sold and Guaranteed in Abilene By UNION DRUG COMPANY Motorcycle Delivery Bight Now. Jktest of Proved    - CH RYS LER fjngmmvig-Icbiemnents INVAR Strut Pistons Other tamowt Chrysler Developments Which Have Set the Pace for an Entire I ndustry (<&> 1—Centrifugal Air Cleaner. 2—Impulse Nentraluer. 3—Hydraulic 4-Wheel Brake*. 4—7-Bearing Crankshaft with apeciaUr webbed crank raw. 5—“Oil Filter. 4—Rubber tihodt Insulator*. 7—Tubular Front Axle. '    —    and— Thermo*t a ti* Heat Control of Water Svatcan Exclusive Ivpe of Cylinder Head and Comhuttion Chamber. Special Spring Front Engine Mounting. Rubber Engine Mounting, Pivotal Steering. No-Side-Sway Mounting with Chrome Vanadium fringe. New Lowneu of Cha**i*. 18-inch Bate Road Wheel*. Scientifically Balanced Road Wheel*. Double {Waded Bodle*. Dynamic Symmetry of Body Design. Military Front. Cadet Viaor. Indirectly-lighted Instrument Board. Radimeter on Dash. light Confixi on Steering Wheel. Etc., ate. AGAIN Chrysler leads—this time by the addition of k invar steel strut pistons to that long list of engineering and manufacturing achievements which has set the pace for the entire industry. Like 7'bearing crankshaft, oil filter, air cleaner, no-side-sway springs, smaller wheels, 4-wheel hydraulic brakes, and countless of her refinements w hich Chrysler pioneered, developed or perfected, this newest engineering advance — introduced more than a year ago in the Imperial “SO” — I* now included all Chrysler six-cyIi uder cars. Invar steel has been used for years in the manufacture of scientific instruments, in balance wheels of watches, pendulums of accurate clocks and in thermostatic metals and survey tapes, where extrefne accuracy is required—an accuracy which varying temperatures cannot affect. After long effort Chrysler engineers successfully applied an alloy of the invar type to their pistons.’ The invar strut piston developed by Chrysler is the only type of piston which combines the advantages of aluminum —bght xveight and high heat conductivity — with the valuable property of cast iron—low expansion under heat. Chryslcr-devt loped invar strut p stons can be fitted to one-and-one-half thousandths clearance, as against a clearance of three-o no thousandths for pistons of ordinary manufacture. Uniform pts .on expansion with the cylinder boce minimizes the danger of oil dilution. The pistons being lighter in iv eight, permits the use otlighter reciprocating parts, giving smoother and quieter operation. Their lightness, too, makes possible greater speed, as great as 300 to 400 revolutions per minute more than pistons of the ordinary type- Such advantages of smoother ami better performance and longer motor life serve only us accentuate still further that manifest superiority whic % sprang into being with rh** introduction of the first Ck vsler, No greater pi oof of the recogn^cn of this Chryslers leadership can be offered than • he irresistible tide of public endorsement which, with n three years, has lifted Chrysler horn C7th to 4th place i i dollar volum volume of sales.CHRYSLER *£0;_ 6o — 70-IMPERIAL 8O'*Roberts & St. John Motor Co. 468 PIKE STREET. TELEPHONE 2487 —TSBIS Ksaesa ;