Abilene Reporter-News from Abilene, Texas on January 26, 1937 · Page 4
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PAGE FOUR THE ABILENE MORNING NEWS Tuesday Morning, January 26.1937.-! Abilene High To Be Host To Delegates From ·52 Members Invitations urging attendance at the convention ol tlic Texas High School Press association hero' February 12 and 13 were sent Monday to all member schools by Abilene high school, which will be host to the meeting. Student delegates from 52 schools of the state are expected to attend. The convention will open at 9 a. m. Friday, February 12, in the Sunday school auditorium of the First Baptist church. General ses- Mons will be held Friday morning, Sectional meetings Friday afternoon, a banquet Friday night in the Hilton hotel, and a business session Saturday morning when permanent plans for the future of the association- are to be worked out. ', Additional homes for delegates to the convention are still needed, it was announced at the high school Monday. All .those who will keep one or more of the students Thursday and Friday nights, February 11 and j 1.2, are requested to call the high school. The following schools are members of the association: Abilene, Adrian, Alamo Heights (San Antonio), Alvin, Amarillo, Andice, Austin, Beaumont, Belton, Borger, Brockenridge (San Antonio), Breck- Jenridge, Crane, Crosby, De Leon, penton, El Paso high school, El Paso 'Vocational, Gladewater, Graudfalls, .Highland Park (Dallas), Iraan, Jef- teaon Davis (Houston), Thomas 'Jefferson (San Antonio), Laredo, JLubbock Junior high,. Lubbock Sen- Bor high, Maria, McAllen, Milby, ^Ilneral Wells, Navasotn, Newman, Odessa, Paschal (Fort Worth), JPecos, Polytechnic (Fort Worth), fteagan (Houston), vocational and Technical school (San Antonio), San Jacinto (Houston), San Mar- jcos Academy, Schulenberg, Snyder, Stephen F. Austin (Bryan), Sunset JlDallas), Taylor, Waco, Waxahachie, JW. C. Stripling (Fort Worth), Wills Taint, and Winters. Oliver Bride ' Of Eastland Man : Mi and'Mi C T? Ohyei are announcing the rna: i icge of then, granddaughtei, Olcti Olhei, to Truett Been, son of Judge and Mrs. Elzo-Been of Eastland. Mrs, Been is a formsr student of thc Wylie Hamlin Resident Is Hair Style Winner HAMLIN, Jan. 25.--(AC)--Competing against 27 contestants from three states, Sara Ella Nicholson Hamlin, was winner of first prize for hair styling at a convention of the Accredited Beaut'lst Culturists SARA ELLA NICHOLSON association in El Paso. A feature of the convention, the balr styling contest is judged for originality, individuality and artistry. Miss Nicholson was awarded an 18-inch gold trophy. Her model was Evelyn Owens of El Paso, a blonde. Second prize was won by Arthur Draegers of El Paso, and third award went to Boots Powell of Fort Worth. Miss Nicholson was born and reared in Hamlin, and began her beauty culture work here in 1933 after her graduation from high school. . Miss Nicholson was accompanied on the trip by Elsie Wienke, her. employer. o'clock Saturday afternoon in' .the home of the Eev. S. E. James.. a!t Cisco, the Rev. Mr. James officiating for the ceremony. The bride wore a slut of navy blue crepe, with accessories of navy and white, and a corsage of red carnations. Trie couple's attendants were Mr. and Mrs. George Doolcy. - Mr. and Mrs. Been will live- in Abilene, where he is employed with :he J. M. Eadford Grocery company, and she is an employe of the Sears Roebuck'company. BF. Pepper Mesa '· r'i le Session Here marriaac was E o,e,nni Z ed at 5 Eighty-one members of the West Texas Dr. Pepper Bottlers association, . including managers of 11 plants and .their salesmen, attended J.T, SET Fringe Accents Midseason Hat Fringe is the trimming and "foggy blue" the color of this hat designed (o brighten up dull mid winter wardrobes. Jean King fashions it of crepe and ravels the edges to make the fringe. It rolls up on one side, down on the other and is finished with stitched bunds ucross the crown. Keigc crcjie makes the midseason dress which is worn with a deep blur; .scurf. Widely-Known Rancher Of This Region Dies Here Monday Funeral for J. T. Ball, 80, pioneer West Texas rancher who died here Monday following an illness of several months, will be held at 2:30 this afternoon from the Kiker- Knight chapel. The Rev. A. J. Morgan, Breckenridge Baptist pastor, will officiate for the rites, assisted j ay tho Rev. W. C. Ashford, pastoi j of South Side Baptist church. Bur- | ial will bs in the Masonic ceme- { -cry, beside the grave of his first | wife, who died June 12, 1922. Mr. Ball, whose home has been a ranch south of Sweetwater since left here in 1927, was temporarily residing at an apartment at. 2026 North Second street^ SinCte early lasb October; he had undergone surgery and had spent most of the time in he hospital. A native of Virginia, he had lived n Texas 78 years. In 1883, he moved west from Dodd City and homesteaded land near Breckenridge. He came to Abilene in 1922. He owned extensive interests in Nolan, Fisher and Stephens counties. In 1931, he was married to Mrs. Clara Boggs of Abilene, who sur- dve s him. Besides his wife, he is survived by 10 children, E. M. Ball and Mrs. lattie McEntire, Graham; John Ball, Sam Ball, Mrs. Nannie Wason, Mrs. Pat Ward and Mrs. Mary- Norton, Breckenridge; Mrs. Minnie Roberts, "Abilene; Mrs.' Fay Sanders, i Llttlefleld; and J. T. Ball, Jr., 4, a ! on by the second marriage. Three tepchlldren, Tresa, Mary and Al- | nzo Boggs; 27 grandchildren and 111 ;rent grandchildren also survive. 1 * Two brothers are Newt Ball, Tele- shone, Texas, and Charles Ball, Jonham, and a sister, Mrs. G. R. Seymour, Breckenridge also survives. All were here to attend the funeral. Pallbearers will be Clint Goodman, John Black, S. P. Robertson, Bill'Christian, Joe Beaty and Jeff JcEntire, Breckenridge; Lewis Ack- rs, Bob Davis and C. M. Caldwell, \bilene. Honorary pallbearers: J. H. Ball, I. F. McFall, Dr. J. M. Estes, J. M.' Help Kidneys Clean Out Poisonous .Acids Tour Kldneya contain fl million ttny tubes or filters which may be endangered by neglect or drastic, Irritating drugs. B* careful. If functional Kidney or Bladder ' disorders make you suffer from Getting Up Nights, Nervousness, Loss of Pep, Left Pains, Rheumatic Pains, Dizziness, Clrclei tinder Eyes, Neuralgia, Acidity, Burning, Smarting or Itching, don't take chances. Get the doctor's guaranteed prescription Cystex, the most mcdern advanced treatment for iheee troubles. $10,000.00 deposited with Bank of America, Los Angeles, .California, guarantees that Cyslex bring new vitality in 48 lioura you feel yeara younger In one Telephone yotir druggist for g T.y»tex (Sies-Tcs) today.--Adv. nd week ake WHEN "FLU" A T T A C K S By McLemore-Bass Drug Co. Influenza or "flu" is not serious in itself, but it n;ay lead to something of a fatal nature unless the patient follows certain simple rules. It may develop into pneumo- tiia., pleurisy,, inflammation of the sinuses, inflammation of thc middle'ear, or "mastoiciilis." Any one of these maladies may prove fatal, or may leave the patient handicapped for life by deafness or heart weakness. For this reason (lie capable family doctor recom wends bed for the "flu" patient, complete rest, several t|iwrls of liquids daily and simple medical specifics that tend to ward off more serious complications. Do not neglect "flu." Have :i skilled physician prescribe for yon, follow his directions implicitly and see that his prescriptions are filled by a compatent druggist. This (s tlic set-wad of a si:rlc.s of Kill- lorial Advertisement:; apjit-arins In tills paper each Tuesday. CopyriKiit. company at the Woolen hotel Sunday. W. V. Biillsvv, sales manager in tho national office al Dallas, told the bottlers that Dr. Pepper's 1930 sales in the United States were 60'.per cent above thc previous year. Dr. Pepper executives, all of Dullas office, who spoke were J. B O'Hara, president; S. L. Brown vice-president and production manager; W. S. Kilbron, secretary- treasurer; W. V. Ballew and J. E Clark, assistant sales manager., A H. Caperton of the Dallas and New York office of Tracy-Locke-Da WE ot j Inc., advertising firm, also was a speaker. Plant managers registered were H. J. Morcland, Abilene; C. C. Lockwood, Brownwood; J. R. Jameson Lubbock; W. H. McDonald and J H. Elliott, Wichita Falls; Fred Ractschke, Vernon; E. C. Hollman Olney; Harry Stalcup. Bis,' Spring j. T. Brown, Stamford; L. L. Ingram, San Angclo; F. A. Lyon Dublin, and D. Zimmski, strawn. Vagstaff, Sid Curry, Oscar Allen, Haggs, Abilene; Jim Payne; Grady Jones, H. Crane, A. L. Jones, Herman Russell, Jim Modrall, Pete Tyron, Charles Richardt, J. M. Holder, Glenn Waldrop, Nolan county; W. D. Parkinson, Graham. To Town* Nex Birthda West Texas is going to celebrate I take part in the observances, a next Saturday night. -The occasion balls will be.given in. all princlpi for th c festivities will be the fourth annual President's Birthday balls being givn throughout the land on that night to-honor President. Roosevelt on his birthday and to raise funds to combat infantile paralysis, and relieve its sufferers. Hans, for staging celebrations on. FDR's 55th birthday are either' completed or are going forward in | many West Texas towns. All West NEW BOOKS Arriving Weekly 'CITIES OP REFUGE" . Ky Phillip Cibbs "HONORABLE ESTATE" By Vcm BrilCon "THE STREET OF THE PISHING CAT" Ky Jolan Foldcs "THE D.A. CALLS IT MURDER" By Erlu Stanley 'THAT MAN IS MINK" liy I-ailh Baldwin NO MEMBERSHIP PEES OLD RENTAL BOOKS your Choice .. .25o and BOc MARY MIXON LIBRARY BOOK SHOP No. 1st at Mulberry J'hono 4188 Grand Jury Will Grand jury in 42nd district court ill reconvene this morning for second day of investigation, after reluming one indictment Monday. Chupman Harvey .v/at; indicted Monday on a forgery charge. Pleading guilty to the offense before Judyc M". S. Long shortly afterward, he was sentenced to five years' imprisonment. Harvey was charged with passing a forged $72 check to L. E. Adrain, banker at Trent. Don'b let common constipation laliC all the fun out of living. This condition drains your vitality and enthusiasm. It may also be the cause of dull headaches, poor appetite, sleeplessness. You feel punk. Why endure half-sick days when you can correct constipation due to meals low in "bulk" by eating a delicious cereal? Millions of people have used Kellogg's ALL-BRAN with satisfactory results. Laboratory tests prove it's safo and effective. Within tho body, ALL-BRAN absorbs twice its weight in water, and gently cleanses the'iiitestincs. Isn't this food better than taking weakening pills and drugs? ·Eat two tflblespoonfula daily. Three times daily, in severe cases. Serycas a cereal with milk or cream, or in recipes. Sold by alt grocers. Wade and guaranteed by KclloirK in Battle .Creek. - ' Roland Hopper, J. L. stei Monroe Veal, Ross Sloan, Mai j Hughes, Jack Hughes, E.. J. Jeter, ; Ales Stambaugh, Melton Stoker, i Git-en Stoker, Arnold Stoker, Tom Sparks, Lee, Will, Raymond and Tinman Robinson, Jake Bobbins, Ross Eubanks, Ross' Eubanks, Sr., Matt and Lee Stevenson, Wallace Norton, Otis Hitson, Bert Hitson, E, M. Hitson, Ed Powers, Newt Price, Ben Grant, Frank Sloan, Prank Ragg; Jim Owens, George Lyles, Walker Sayles, T6m Allen, | Luther Morris, Mr. Hope, Jap Stok- j er, Rural Stoker, Ben Stoker, Bob j Douglas, Ross Elliott, Jess Parkhill, ' Jim Castleman, E Allen, Ben Rickard, Carl Henry and 'Bill Dodds, Roy Ostean, Art Taylor, Roy Martin, Woody Martin, ' Jim' Fuhder- burk, Jim Craudington, J. A. Adkins, J. A. Parkhill, Harry Ward, Abilene; 'Marton Waldrop, Nolan county. , [ Texans will have an opportunity to !\vait, i cities of the section. Wans By Cities Following are reports from rious cities where birthday balls ai to be held: MIDLAND: The crystal'ballroon of the Hotel Scharbauer will be th scene of Midland's President birthdav ball this year. Mrs. Bar ron Kidd and Miss .Ida Cowden.ar co-chairmen in charge of all ai rangements. An outstanding danc WPA Builds · City Park At Haskell HASKELL, Jail. 25.--(AC)-- Completion was being made today Q! the. city park aiid swimming pool constructed by the Works Progress Administration. The eight-acre park site has been graded, trees and shrubbery planted, the entire park enclosed with a native stone, hedge and wire fence. A swimming pool, -bath house and ampitheatre have been erected. Channel of .a small stream has been deepened and lined with rock and Gravel walks have been laid. Approximately $30,513 has been spent on the park, the WPA furnishing about 520,000. The WPA lontract has .been completed, with all remaining improvements, including plumbing, electric lighting .nd employment of a caretaker to be made by the city. These improvements are to be made in time 'or opening of the park this spring, Supervising construction were W. T. Shepherd, area WPA engineer, D. Scott, supervisor for the city, G. A. Tldwell, WPA foreman, and T. L. Donohoo, timekeeper. C-C Session May Hear Sen. Robinson BHOWNWOOD, Jan. 25--(AC).-- ienalor Joseph T, Robinson of Arkansas, democratic majority leader in the senate, hns been invited .0 attend the annual convention of ,hc West Texas chamber of com- uercc to be lick! In Brownwood May 10, 11 and 12. Senator Robinson promised, in inswer to the invitation extended y Brownwood chamber of com- nerce, to attend the meeting if the usli of business, in congress will allow him to be away trom Wnsh- ngton at that time. Governor James V. Allrcd lias nc- eptcd an invitation to attend the onvcntlon. orchestra has been secured and an exceptionally large crowd is ex- pec^d. Tickets for the affair have been placed on sale. BARID: The women's Business club and Callahan county club are sponsoring President Roosevelt's birthday ball in this city, with Miss Eliza Oilliland. chairman of arrangements. A feature of the celebration, lo be held nt Hotel Mae, will be the old-time square dance as well as the modern dance. Hall decorations will feature a barn- dance theme. Tickets for' the event may be secured at City Pharmacy, Holmes Drug store, and all cafes of Baird. MOB AN: For the fourth time, the local American Legion will sponsor the President's birthday ball in this city. The celebration here will be held January 29, at the legion Mil. Music will be furnished for ;he dance by the Moran Joy Boys. ODESSA: "Nig" Schroeder, chairman of the committee on ticket sales for. the birthday ball here, reported that early ticket sales in- iicated this year's event will be J:e largest ever- staged in Odessa. The celebration will be held at Fonda club Saturday, January 30. W. T. Henderson is general chairman for the ball. Maddox io I'lay PECOS: Ray Maddox and his ;en-piece orchestra will play for ,he president's birthday ball here Fanuary 30, to be held at Jack's Oasis. The ball is under the aus- lices of the local American Legion lost. W. W. Dean is general chair- nan in charge of arrangements here. COLORADO: A dance at the American Legion hut and a bridge rarty at the Colorado hotel will provide the entertainment for Colo- ado citizens on the president's Irthday, January 30. Campaign to ell 500 tickets to the local cele- [COULDN'T LET HAND DDWN Player, With High Cards And No Suit Bid, Signs Off But Partner Takes Contract To Slam ,rton Churchill of Brooklyn modern bidding methods are rather nized by tournament bridge strlldng " F , ""If'"«'· Fitu "S'y " .._, ..,' ,, ,. , was played by the co-authors of the BV WILLIAM McKENNEV Secretary, American Bridge League S. On: is rccogni] players not only as .a very fine player, but as one of the few who have done original research work in bridge. His many friends will be gla to learn that, with Dr. A. B. Fe guson, he lias written the first boc SOLUTION TO PREVIOUS CONTRAT PROBLEM Churchill's clevei analyses. Today's hand is one in which ' A SLENDERIZING jacket Irock (No. 8862)' is cut with side pan- f\- els that flare in flattering manlier and finished with a neckline jabot. The jacket has comfortable sleeves and becoming revers. Use silk, satin, a new printed fabric in silk or cotton, broadcloth or velvet. Patterns are sized 36 to 50. Size 38 requires 4 3-4 yards of 54-inch material, plus 1-3 yard.oI-39-inch fabric for jabot. To line jacket, get an extra 2 1-2 yards of material. To secure a PATTERN and STEP-BY-STEP SEWING INSTRUCTIONS, fill out the coupon below, being sure to MENTION THE NAME OF THIS NEWSPAPER. f The WINTER PATTERN BOOK, with a complete selection of lato dress designs, now is ready. It's 15 cents when purchased sep- · arately. Or, if you want to order it with, the pattern above send in · just an additional 10 cents with the coupon. TODAY'S PATTERN BUREAU, 11 STERLING PLACE, BROOKLYN, N. Y. Enclosed is 15 cents in coin for Pattern No. , , Size ., Name Address .... City State . Name of this newspaper., Address your envelope to Julia Boyd, Abilene Morning News Fashion Bureau, 103 Park Avenue, New York City, N. Y. nations will get underway.in earn- ;sfc early this week. Marvin Majors Is general chairman and Mrs. Bill Oswalt heads the committee of the ~3etugathian club sponsoring the ridge party COLEMAN: Jim Bost. in charge of he birthday ball in Coleman, has' nnounced that in addition to a ance orchestra to play for the re- ular ball dance, a string band will be secured to play for two 30 minute periods of square dancing. A floor show will also be arranged. Location for the celebration has not yet been decided. LORAINE: Citizens of Loraine and community will celebrate the president's birthday with a 42 and dominoe party at the high school here. The Loraine High school band will'sponsor the party and receive a share of the proceeds. Admission will be 50 cents. Harold Martin is general chairman in charge of the celebration. " BRADY: Avalon and Curtis Norman's show room will be scenes of local celebrations on the president's birthday January 30. Committees have completed plans for the af- air and musicians have been en- A ' A Q S V 3 . · A K Q J 1 0 4 2 * 4 2 4 8 7 6 5 * K 9 2 V A 8 7 C · 9 5 3 . # A K 6 Duplicate--E. W. vul. South West North East Pass Pass Pass Pass 1* 1 V 1 N. T. 3N. T 4 A Pass 1 » 1 A 3 « 4 » i N. T. Opening lead--V 4. Pass Pass Pnss Pass Pass on duplicate strategy and tactics "Contract Bidding Tactics at Mate] Point Play." The book, with a brief treatis on the underlying bidding princi pies, is devoted to a large nunibe of interesting hands taken fron duplicate, a n d accompanied by Regularity V i t a In Beauty Habits SPUR: Guy Karr, chairman, has arranged for the Spur president's birthday ball to he held at the Spur Tnn. January 30. Lester Westmoreland and his rhythm makers have been secured for the dance. Today's Menu Grapefruit French Toast Cereal ami Creai Oyster Stew Crackers Piuklca CVlfiry Cliocolatc Cookies Tluin Sauce Tc.l Dinner Macaroni And Clause Shoestring Turnips Bread Pencil Conserve cad Lettuce Relish DresHin« Custard Pic Coffee Oysli-r Slew tler'y salt oysters tablespoons butter salt 1 tea :tips milk whole minced tcaspoo paprika Add oysters to butler and cook sli r 6 minutes. Mix, heat and combine f* ingredients. Cook one minute and E ·Miicuriinl Anil dices lins '2 cups broken macaroni '- teaspoon salt "Add salt to water. Add macaroni, or 20 -minutes. Strain ;iml rinse In ·atcr. Drain and add to the sauce. Siiurc tablespoons !i le;mpoun butter tablespoons (lour :-;i cup cri' i teaspoon salt cut line Melt butter and add flour. Mi ·f Ingredients. Cook slowly and stir instantly until thick and creamy. Add acaronl. Bake In buttered dish In mod- ate oven for 30 minutes. Custanl Tie tinliakcd pic \i teaspoon crust lemon extract eggs, beaten ft teaspoon a cup HiiRiir- nutmeg teaspoon salt 2 cupa milk teaspoon vanilla Add aucar to eggs. Beat one minute. del salt, vanilla, lemon. nutraeK and Ilk. Pour into pie crust. Bake 10 min- -es In moderately hot oven. Lower fire ml bake 30 minutes In moderately slow Cool by placlnR pic In the pan ·ack. cat Only One Hereford Sale Set For Brown Instead of two Hereford sales be- ig scheduled in Brownwood in cbruary, as lias been announced in svcral newspapers only one sale is tanned, Roy R. Largent, president : the Brown County Hereford as- xlatlon, has announced. Thc date thc one sale will be February 10. For natural aunsblno tin" MODERN WOMEN monthly pnin nod delay duo to a]dfi,ncrvaii8 strain, cinosureorsirn_ CW-chca-lotaDiamnndBtandPillanrceffcctiv NEA Service Statf Writer The woman who tells you tha brushing doesn't improve thereon- dition of lier hair, that exercise; don't reduce her dimensions 01 that proper cleansing and creaming aren't effective does not, yoi may be sure, do all or any of these regularly. There are no two ways about it--unless you repent a beauty treatment each and every day, preferably at the. same hour, you wil not get satisfactory results. . Consider those fine exercises and massage steps for the face, for'in- stance. Everyone knows that, after thirty,, muscles have a tendency to sag ana thai flesh around the lowci half of. the face is likely to become slightly flabby. Face exercises, however, do ward off such defects, in fact, if done every day, they tend to prevent them altogether. It is merely a question of the kind of stick- to'- it-iveness which most of its lack At night, after thorough cleansing, smooth cream on face and throat, then pinch the flesh along your jawbone outward from chin to bottom of the ears. Use thumb and forefinger, and pinch firmly. Repeat eight times on each side. Now pinch upward on both sides of the face from ears to temples. Repeat five times. Pill your mouth with air, puff out your cheeks and pat the expression lines from nose to corners of the mouth. Gently pat the vertical lines between your brow, and stroke upward over those horizontal ones directly above. Massage downward on your throat. When you have finished, your skin will look' alive and glowing, some of thc cream will have been absorbed, and lines will be less noticeable. Remove the rest of thc cream and pat all over with a cotton pad which has been soaked in skin tonic. If you are over forty, use a mild astringent instead of tonic. The entire routine shouldn't take more than ten minutes. Be sure to repeat it every night. NERVOUS? [WfANY women 1V1 suffer f i o in headache, backache or sidcaciie, ucr oiisiiess and irritability a s s o c i a t e d with functional disturbances. T h c v. s h o u l d t r y thai vegetable tonic so favorably known for nearly 70 years as Dr. Picrcc's Favorite I 1 rescript ion. It increases thc appetite and the greater intake of food helps to upbuild the ( )3dy. Read this: Mrs. J. L. Etlieredge of SOI N, WasbinsUm St., Dallas, Texas,'said: 'After an illness I was In a weakened condi- .(iMi, I felt nervous and tired. I used only wi bottles of Dr. Tierce's favorite 1'rcscrip- lion as i Ionic and was scon eating more ·.'·1 iMtinij just fins." Buy of your dnist;H. ' - ' - · the work in a championship event. AS Churchill expounds bidding, any suit over bid is forcing. No trump is a "limit." or "red Hag," bid, warning of danger, and those who know "Church 1 ' will appreciate the keen pleasure he got out of putting his partner, who sat South, on the hot set with his series, of forcing bids, after that partner hud opened on a hand rich hi high cards, but having little else to recommend it. Today's Contract Problem South opened UK: b i d d i n w i t h one di.'imoml and, when N o r t h responded u-itli one no t r u m p , he bid three diamonds. Should N o r t h now show his weak hc;u L s u i t , rinse the diamonds, or repent the no t r u m bid? NORTH V Q J 5 -1 3 * !0!) - 1 ^ K. W. v u l . Solution in next issue. . The opening bid is illustrative of the great change in bidding uethods. A few years ngo it would lave been opened by most players it no trump, with here ami there daring choice o f " a heart on a ion-biddable suit. But today most of the experts vould bid a club with the South molding, and many of them, like Churchill and Ferguson, would have cached the laydown grant! slam. Copyright, 1937, NEA Service, Inc.) ProtectSosi Asked For Photographers AUSTIN, Jan.' 25.--A bill' to give lewspaper photographers additional H'otection was introduced in the cgislature today by Rep. Frank E. Mann of Houston. An attack on a photographer while he was at work vould be. made aggravated instead f simple assault. Another'proposal by Mann would mpose a fine of $100 to $500 on a jerson carrying a blackjack j^| iludgeon for defense or offemP/ about his' person, 'saddle or in his addle bags." n n * ti i! ° * Schilling ^f^^tsxa^. *^--' WAVQ/t GEO. IIOUGIITON raintiiii; »t Paprrinj; CONTRACTOR All work Guaranteed :iml done by experienced and skilled Mechanics. rlinno .1030--'.IK P:\lm SI. NOW SHOWING History's Keil-BInndec! Mastery piece! ! 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