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ABILENE WEEKLY REFLECTOR. ABILENE, KANSAS, MAY 10, 1906. TWELVE PAGE.
TO BB POUTICAI. DAT- Hooh Md Harris Wanted for Openti g of the Fair. ' Tha Fair association ( mk ng en effjrl to arrange a poiiuoal 3:,y loi Oolober Sod, tbo openinx t . Tt Oaotrai eommU'f ol'ihK K-pnM -nana, Dvmnorete m 1 SoeUhaia will h Intlted to arrange" with thotr onu'l dates for govemur, II n asihlu, to he vbera oo that Uv. Full d'eils of the X plan will ba announoed at 1000 aa ar rangements ara oomplat. J. D. Blake haa been angaged by tb Fair asaooiatlon to oanvass the county lor stook aubaorlptiona. Ua will work with tha varloaa vice-presidents who hare been named, ,aod will anvass all parta o( the oounty. The iiooiatloa believes that mny furm era will be glad to avail ih. Tuelves ol a share or two ol atoek II Diveu the opportunity to do so. Salina Coming Friday. The tirsl ball game of tro reason will be played Friday' afternoon be tween Abilene and Salina at the ball park at 8:30. The game promises to be a lively one asSaiina ia determined to win it. She haa a strong line-np nd will make the home boys do some hustling. Abilene'a line-np will be: Sommers o, Glade and Giles p, M. Smith 1st b, Giles and Glade 2nd b, Gans 3rd b, Shearer as, Kobt. Snider II, Bob Hassler of, Sapp rf, Eddy aub. The Broadway Kandy Kitchen ijseta np the ioe oream to the winner. - For base ball goods see the Raoket. COUSUME'S EIGHT TO KHOW Which Ara Alum Baking Powdera An Official Analysla Showa Ti.e State Board ol Health ol Ken- tea kae been making s examination ol baking powUura, and ia publishing the aames ol brands ana sieving men ingredients e. abown by analyses. This' information la ol gtneral In terest, aa the ame brand will be rnnad on aala throughout tha country. Coosa mere everywhere have aright to know the oharaoter and ingredients ol all articles of lood whioh they are asked to buy. The following names ana descrip tions are taken from the reports 10 far published: Alum and Alum Phosphate Powders b.. u. Jaok Frost Bon Bon Superior Purity Layton'e Health Pnra Food Taylor's B at Ideal HygenioPet Piokwiok Manhattan Monogram Eoonomioal Golden Seal Our Cold Water Magio Tha alnm oowdera ran as low aa 2 per oent. In leavening strength. The average strength ol the 28 samples oi alum powders examined was less than 7 per oent. Thia showa the compar ative worthlessneaa ol auoh powders for baking purposes. The report lurtner saya it ia simpij subterfuee to assert that alum is not used where aluminum sulphate ia used: that praotloallv the compound remaina in the bread in either ease. ABOUT PEOPLE- Albert Bobaon waa In from South weat Diokinaon. Cbae. Koepke of Woodbine spent the night in town. J, T. Perry, the Buokeye, merchant. went to Leavenworth, Mra. I. S. Hallam la bom from her winter'a outing In Flot Ida. , , L. D. Cooper, the popular repreeen- tative of tha 0. A A., spent the night Id town. 8. H. Lenhert. formerly of thia oounty but now living atSelden. Kan- aaa, was in town. J. H. Ollne ol Chapman, one ol the county's moet popular mail oarrlera, waa in the oity. ' Henrv Asling ol 8lloam Springe, Ark., ia visiting hie son, J. W. Asling, on north Cedar. Miss Blanoh Kugler went to Kansaa City and will visit her sister, Mra. J. W. Hulllnger, fir a few months. Wm. Shane, a former resident of Carlton, but now ol Abilene, was here last week greeting old friends. Hope Dlspatoh. W. 0. Snvder of Wllllamsport, Pa., ia visiting hla brother-in-law, 8. M, Shookey. Mr. 8nyder is on hla way home from California and has bean in San Francieoo ainoe its destruction. Money to loan on farm and oity property. U . "th. 79 2' tf Office in runs store. I IM mm onstant Aim Is to Belter Our Service end Per Merchandise. -" c""" ' " " ' "" We sell and guaran tee every garment. We only buy from rep utable houses. We visit these factories and inspect each gar ment and try and buy the very best in every thing. You will find here the largest stock of new goods to select from in Dickinson county. We know you will enjoy trying on the new models as thev are perfect in every respect. Our constant gain every vear tells us people en i ov tradi n g at a store that believes in low prices to all. 'fx SV, 1 Our Men's Suits. Nice gay fancy stripe $ Nice gray mixed - Hard h rushed worsted Hard finished worsted $ 5 00 7 50 9 00 10 00 Our Hats. Largest display of Hats in the city. Light soft made of linen T : V. f mrtt wnaA rf linen Good Straw Hats X 5. 25, 400 .250 -60c Our Spring Shirts. Nice fancy white Shirts 500 Good colored Shirts 500 Men's fancy fronts $ 1 00 A swell Shirt well worth more. Our Children's Clothing of the Better Kind. We give ball and bat with a suit cost ing $3 and up. A cheaper suit, a nice bat. Boy's Suit, 3 to 8 yrs &1 50 Blue, Gray and Brown . 2 00 You never saw better suits than our $2 60, 3 00 and 4 00 Our Work Clothes. Men's Work Shirts. Men's Overalls Men's good kind with or without bibs 50c 60o 75o Our great Railroad King, best on earth $1 00 Don't fail to visit our New Store whether you want any thing or not, we want you to. L1TTS Abilene's Fashionable Clothier and Hatter asemeni anu uruuory upwib SATURDAY The store was crowded Inst Saturday at our Special day. We expect an even better trade for this one. Read this interesting list of Money-Saving articles. Prices for Saturday only. Basement Specials 2 qt., 3 qt. and 4 qt. Coffee in steel enamel. Special day price, only..... Pots one 25c Glass Stand Lamps, with No. 1 burner, complete with - burner, chimney and wick. Regular 35c value, for one ft day only 1 27 V Colgates Toilet Soaps, regular fZf 10c value, for one day only. 9U Grocery Specials. Another great bargain, day in the Grocery. 20 lbs. of best Granulated I 19c Sugar for... 5-lb package for of 25c Oatmeal . China Room Specials. Big shipment of Japanese China consisting oi Tea Pots, Vases, Cups and Saucers, Creamers. Chocolate Pots, etc., regular I A 19c values, for only, each IUv Bring us your eggs we are still paying ic higher than market price. If you aren't a regular customer, come "to the store anyway, you'll enjoy trad- 1 ing neic. EECENT REFLECTIONS. The atook buildings are going np at tha fair grounds. -Charles Kubaoh is making exten sive improvements on his borne on the South side. -A lltrht frost laat night soared soma people about their gardens bat if did no serious damage. 'Lareest Una of trunks and anit oasea in Abilene will ba found at the Racket. 9-KiarO The State Temperance Union ia in session at Topeka. It is a great mistake not to put Joe Sexton on the program. Wanted, a 000k at National hotel. The Fire department reoelved 1214 todar from the Insurance fund. It now has 11000 on hand for benefit insurance. A. H. Adams telegraphed from Cleveland, Ohio, that hie father, Al- ford Adams, died there laat evening after a short illness. Mr. and Mrs. J. U. Engle enter tained Mr. Enele'a Sunder school olaaa at hia home south of the oity last evening. It was deiigntiui oooasion for all, a bountiful lunch be ing eerved and all enjoyed the eve. ning greatly. Lawn Moweri and lawn hose at prices that means money saving to you. The Raoket. Salina Journal: The atndente at the Kansaa Wealeyan business eollege yesterday sent to Abilene on of the moat beautiful floral offerings eeen in Salina In aeveral yeara. It waa a tribute to the memory of Mra. Maria Walters, mother of Mrs. T. W. Roach, whs died early Sunday morning, and raDreeented the Book of Agee. White oarnations formed the foundation, Ith an over flow of whit and pink rosea, panalea and for-get-me nots, and finishing touobea of asparagus springrit. "The Holy City" at tha Seel theatre next Saturday evening. Frioes to 60 75 11.00. Tlckete selling. Looal Karkeu. attar coot.. ........ tan at aoa Boa Dacksaae' fane.... flow aw MS lbs... HoeeaetasHba Ojws par let lbs..... ttsaiaaoltOlbB.... 1 M 1 see) lie . sate) a issejiat , setose) at He trbae Mo. I araaatHa.1 SB e erkartHo.4. WlMetfajecMd at as Oon Bra. Oete. - aonta aarkte eomaut nttj Tbanaay orate bf W. B. OUaa, arala aa4 eoaLi (Prim for erUDr banat at edit. i4 for iMt mdivi tod.r. Ph&i.m oouifptmiHN.il im iui n wn tM MM MM UktO OhlMaO. tuui orr raacf Came Hear Bad Fir. The roof of Charles Kubaoh'e dwell ing on southstde caught fire at noon, in the attio and It took qulok wort on tha Dart of the fire department to ex tinguish it. Tbe obemloel oompany did excellant service ana qaiotiy con trolled tha bleze. The damage was light mostly from water. Wanted: Gentleman or lady , with good, reference, to travel by rail 0 with a rig, for a firm of $250, 000. 00 capital. Salary 11,072 00 per year and expenses; salary paid weekly and expensee advanced. Addreaa, with stamp, Joe. A. Alexander, Abilene, Eas. MAY BE NO COAL STRIKE. Miners' Convention Votea to Accept Operators' Terms. lob-ecMl Committee Will Hold Con fannce SB New York Mundar to Hoke DeSnlte Agreement. Scranton, Pa., May 7. There will be no strike of the miners In the nnthnu-lta rnril fields DTOVidlUg the operators will agree to give every man hla old place and reinstate inoee wnu have been dismissed because they obeyed the euapenslon order of John Mitchell. Thia waa the agreement reached at Baturday'a session of tho oonventlon. Nothing developed Sunday to dle turb the general belief that a atrlke of the anthracite mine workera had been averted. There aeeraa to be every assurance that the sub-scale commit tee' of the organization which will go to New Tork early Monday morning for a conference with the operators will be assured by the latter that there will be no discrimination shown In case the men are ordered back to work and that the term the agreement la to laat will be readily agreed noon. The tub-scale committee la com posed of President Mitchell, the three district presldenta and the three dis trict secretaries. They will return to thia dty from New Tork after the conference Monday afternoon and will report to the convention Tuesday morning at a special teuton to be held In Music halL It la expected that the convention will ratify their report and vote for a resumption of work on Monday, May 14, under tha award of the anthracite strike com mission. WhUe Prtaldent Mitchell would pre fer aa agreement tor two yean, both he and the other members of the com mittee, It It understood, will bow to tha wtehea of the operators and accept an agreement for three yeara tf the hitter to dealree It A BATTLESHIP AGROPHD. Tbe lew riarhttos ateefcloa, mbode lelaaa. Aehoro off Tork torn la Ckeeaeka Bar. Norfolk. Ve.. May T.-Deapita the eilorta of three of the most powerful wrecking tnga to the eerrlot of the United Statet government tbe new battleahlp Rhode Island at still ashore f Tom BolU la Cheaapeake Bay, J. A. TUFTS, Licensed Embalmer ....AND.... Undertaker. Calls attended to day or nlihi. Day phone, lie I sight phone, 844. ABILENE, KANSAS- Aplf Vvnne tne big sniff, (tccoroing to opin ions of officials, la in no Immediate danger, there Ia tome uneasiness felt for her safety should a tudden aevere blow come up the coast Off York Spit where the battleship Ilea helplesa there are numerous shoals that extend far out near the main channel. These shoals are marked with buoyt. Captain Garst of the Rhode Island haa been 111 and naval officers express the opinion that ha waa not In com inand when the ship struck. It Is gen erally believed that the ship In at tempting to enter New York river be fore daybreak got out of the channel or the pilot lost hla bearings by misty weamer. Tbe government It hopeful of float ing the big ahlp at the next high tide without the assistance of outside tugs. The tuga now standing by tha stranded warship are the Uncas, Her culea and Mohawk, the first named of the Atlantic fleet and the laat two sta tioned at the navy yard here. . To Select New Mlalstere. London, May 7. Tha Timet corres pondent at Bt Petersburg tayt be Is able to state positively that Emperor Nicholas Intends to select future min isters from tbe national parliament and that the Qoremykin ministry Is merely transitional. Five Injured la Boiler Bxptoetoau Parkersburg, W. Va., May 7. Whllt a teat of bells and machinery was be ing made Sunday at the Pearson A Allen mill, ten mllet from Elizabeth, the boiler exploded, seriously scald lng and burning five men. -f,t.i.n. mo.. Mar 4. The ma chine house, guneotton house and dry cotton house of tha LaMotta Powder works, situated two mllet rrom Aen Un hiew no Thursday. Charles Bernard of Haverton and Henry Pulat) of Ashbnrn were killed and several were Injured. The ahock was felt and the report heard at Louisiana, twelve) mllea distant Strike ASTeeta BallrMda. Vrlm Pm Me 1 UOTB UuUI 109 boats are expected to be at anchor her before Saturday, on account or ue longahoremen't strike. The ' number -t lnnnknremen affocted heTa It about 1,000 and the number of Idle men hat , been Increased by tne laying oim more than one-half the railroad erews by the Pennsylvania lines. , - r Baaker Waleb Held to Jerr. j Cnlcago, stay . jouo iu tju,j ftnww nmMMit of the defunct Chl- nro National bank, wat Thursday held to the federal grass: jury in Donas it $50,000 by United Ststee eommie. doner FopU,