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J i ' M Hi' M ' 1 I ' ! i I vJ ill. - ,V y lIAivy r v v ... T - "-- It w rT'MTVT'crPT.irH part . - - . , ABILENE, KANSAS, THURSDAY. MORNING, APRIl 13.1911 NO. 33 VOL XXVIII Abilene's School Ma'ams Make Good Federal Census Figures for the County Reflector Cooking , i : School a Success " PRIZE" WINNERS - Bread . Firs Mrs. O. Hogan. ' Second Mrs. Lewi Hayes. - Third Mr. Lena Sprung. Fourth Marie Borer. ' Fifth Mrs. Jt W. Cnthbctt .'-.1 t: i flak, v..'? ' Fii-st-Mrs. a K. Wickllff. Second fdrs. Lucy Tu; - '' TblreV Anna Moore. . Fourth fiadi Rded. ; , Fifth Mrs. Jjnty ,-' ' Sixth -Luetic Halleck. . ; - The PrUei ' ., First prix for onk, Crya- UlI Whit refrigerator ottered by J. A. Tutu. Second price, ten pounds . Wolft'i 0. K. lard offered by th Wolff Packing Co., To- peka.. v" . 4 Third prise, 48 pound sack Imperial flour, offered by the Abilene -willing Co. -, ; Fourth oris. 48 pound aack flouT.-offered by Abilene Mill- Ing Co. s- ' , Fifth price, S pounds Senr- sptlon Coffee, Lee Mercantile Co., Sallna. : W: First priae tor bread-Flve dollars worth of photos of-. iered by the Harmon Studio. ' Second nrlx. 48 pound sack . . , Imperial tlour, offered by the Abilene Milling Co, - ' ' Third prize, 48 pound sack . Imperial ..our, of feredby tb Abilene Milling Co. - Fourth price, 1-! doxen cans " Lee's assorted fruits, Lee Mer-- cantlle Co., Sallna. . . Flftli.jrtxe, 6 one-.pound fit A Lee's Baking powder. Lee L M" antlleCo7 Sallna. At the Reflector" Cooking School TVMay afternoon the attendance wb double that of the morning session . trad this morning the interest Is , , Mrs. Wiley "demonstrated her fa- mous cake receipt, making fire cakes with six eces and allowing the ladies " present to sample them. - The cakes wene baked on an erectile oven rur ' ulshed by the Union Electric Com pany. : Her talk was along the nnes of economy by nslng only the best - goods. If yon buy lard, use the beet, Wolff's 0, K. similar brand. It you use extracts, get Lee's or' k similar hlgh-eSass brand. Go to stores that sell high grade goods and In whose honesty yon bare eonfidence. ; ' Thle afternoon the pritea offered by the merchants whose adTertlse menta were published 1ri connection ' - wltfh the cooking school were awarded tw Mrs. Elmer Hoyt Of Buckeye, Mrs. R. B. Jacobs and Mrs. O. J. Dottom t Abilene. The list Is published above.! ' - :.' '' The efforts of the Reflector to ghre this course have been seconoea and the school mads possible by The .Abnn Mining Company, Victom Oeletla, The Wolff Packing Com- pany ojt Topeka, J. A. Tufts Furni- tore and trndertaklng Company, Har mon the Photographer, The Lee Mer cantile Company of Sallna, The B. D. Whitehead Dry Goods Company, The Belle Springs Creamery Com pany; The i. S." Brewer Company, J. M. Gleisener Son, Union Electric Co. '-' ' ' Mrs. Wiley leaves the city for To peka In the morning and goes to lAwrence. where she prepares for the Junior Prom soread for the Kan sas University. iore than - seven huodred students will be present. Aaioag the ladles prent st the eeoV.rg Yrto vrsterslay aed this morning 'were: Urs. Etta Vnym, Mrs. Allw Erraisr, Mrs. C. C. Brfclve W, tni Llnkletter. Sad! Re4, Mrs. 0. t Piilton, Urs. J. A. fat ternoo, !!hi Vtm K!g, Mrs. C. C. ft .-, V P. H. Kullerk, DrusUla B..k. km." John Jobats. Mrs, I' ,i 'Jitii. -. 3. M at on, M'n, A .,. a. . A T- WIt'-. y Li. , f " , 1 . I N i -' 1 'tr. 1. V.S "t. 1 T ! to i r. 1 v C c k Elliott. Mrs. W. i'eeteri; L cile Mets, Mrs. B. Parker, Mrs, Tufts, Mrs. E. O. Farrer, Mrs. i. N. Delter, Miss Cooper, Mrs. B. A. Cooper, Mrs. J. C. Beaton, Naomi Engbs, Mrs. Van Hetherlngton,, Mrs. N. Tanden lerg, Mrs. Roy Chapntain, Ita Watt, Miss Narrls, Katie Glsh, Lena Sprung Mrs. 0. P, Fenfon, 'Hester Bogart, Mrs. J. C. McCullough, Mrs. A. 8. Brenizert Mrs. J. J. Goodon, Mrs. M. A. Korns, Mrs. Flenner, Alice Flddock,. Anna Forester, Mrs.Geo. Stubby, Mn. C, P. tnyder, Ma. 0. U Brown, Edith Worley, TUUf Sut ter, Mrs. H. R.- Little, Llda Somlg. Miss Laura McVangh Mary Mc- Vaugh, Mis Edwards, Mis. 8. II. Shockey, Mrs. H. A. Andreson, Mrs. 0.1 L, Moore, "Mrsj -H, M. Howard, Mr,' F, W, Morse, Mildred Morse, Mrs. W. S. Anderson, Mrs. Horace Johnson, Mrs. ? P.. A. Muasell, De troit;. Mrs. J. W, Haptonstall, Miss Byrde Cooley, Mrs. F. L. Jlackson, Edith .Fen ton, Mrs. J. 0. Landes, Ruby A. Jobntc, Mrs. E. Hoyt, Mrs. C. WInsler Mrs. C. Johntx, Miss Pearl Johntz, Mary Edwards, Mrs. J, B. Edwards, Btella Murphy. Mrs., Maggie Fase, Mrs. Susan. G. Engle, Elizabeth Woolverton, Vleva Vlck- era,' Edith Murray, Mrs. J. A. En gle, Mrs. Leah Landls, Mrs. J, B. Jones, Miss Hazelton, Miss Lesher, Mrs. A." HInkle, Mrs. J. E." McNeal, Emma Mengee, Mm D. B. Roberson, Mrs.(Llllle Lambing. Alice Gorbutt, Mrs. J. J. La.hr, Mrs. N. E. Reee. Many others were present this afternoons It wat impossible to obtain art the names. Many ladles from out of the city attended, v ' 1 ! Mis, Julia A. Wiley, whose repu. tation ss a caterer" and cook la state wide, opened the BrtUr,s Jtree cooking school at the Lyric theatre this morning promptly at the hour announced to a good sized audience, and in the seats were many of the best ladles of Abilene. Mrs. Wiley's lecture talks covered the making of salads and the service of soups. She Interspersed her talks with anee dotes Illustrating' the duties of the nousewife. 'The ladies present ask ed questions -and were shown how to do things culinary.' "A woman Is responsible, largely1 eald Mrs. Wiley, "for the success of her husband In life. Don't be a drone. I knew of a young woman who Insisted that her husband have his breakfast promptly so that he could be at his desk five minutes before the business began. He Is now manager of one oft the great eastern railroad systems. While an other woman whose husband was al ways behind with his meals h still at the same desk In the offlea where he was twenty years. ago." Mrs. Wiley's talks cover not only the field of ordinary cooking but cover the service of a eenrse dinner, the afternoon tea and the evening's entertainment. As she talks she works, now making a pie, a cake or a salad. ( '" " School Is Helpfnl. - In speaking of the aueeess of the Reflector's cooking school, Mrs. Wiley said:" - "Domestic science has boon my life work. The kitchen is the chem ical laboratory of the home and you can make people happy or miserable by nee or misuse of the laboratory. "Cooking is a fine art. To my way of thinking it Is the art of all arts. The culinary art la a fornVbf genius is higher Indeed that genius, aa It needs no explanation. It Is oae of the great facta la the world like sunlight or springtime. It can not be qneeUoned. It baa its divine right of sovereignty. It makes queens of those whe bare it, and any one may bsve it who la Filling t P? tfte p'i , anl the only price you par is application aad a very !!tf.le work.' "It certainty shows progressive spirit when a aewnpaper like the Re flector errt:-frs for such a spieixiid ' cooking se'sool will be of great i!ii'tjr,I awtatanee to the woTun of As:iie, and all are cof ! , :y 1st'. . 1 All tht is nceerj is that you cut eat the coupon ksd k wj t to t s d jo. . r at lb t Ly--tc or b-S' sr to (' Reflector a'fUt. e 1 'n t rrn i von r 1 I t St. '. A large per cent of the girl grad uates of the class ot 18 10 of the Abilene high school," who took the normal training course last year, taught school this winter and a has made success of her teaching. Four of the young ktdles have com pleted their terma as teachers and have returned to their homes at Abi- ids Agnes Curry vas in charge! of the Klrhy sohool north of Enter prise which closed laat SVIday, The patron of the achool prepared a bounteous dinner to celebrate the last day of school which was en- ' . : MIms Agnes Curry. .,v Joyed by all, : A fine program con sisting of musical numbers and reci tations, wag given In the afternoon. Mlas Curry won many friends during her career as a teacher and proved herself to be an efficient instructor. She was the salutatortan of her grad uating class at high sohool. Miss Iona Shearer was teacher of ( . - 1 1 MIm Iona Shearer DR. HYDE WILL GET " NEW TRIAL Iff SO DAYS. Supreme Court Says First Trial Was V,; ffnfl of Error. Kansas aty, April 1 1. Dr. Hyde. convicted of anurderllng CoL Swope, . When you M Thoing JlT uty needless extrayagancea you only enjoy the "pleasure for a aeason" and you must start life all over : again, only with less courage than ' v before.' ' r v . But if you are putting all "your surplus earnings into an Acciuct with this Bank you are making your money do double duty supply a lastng pleasure and a competency for old age. . Start today and add a little each week and see how fast it will grow. It will surprise you. We invite J'oif to male our barjlc rooms your headquarter A" m Hat 1 1 teal re i'.PT. Poede Kftl F ate IKo-tgss or Bonis the Rich Valley school 18 miles south of Abilene. The parent bf th pupils of her school gave her a surprise on the closing day by pre paring a large dinner for1 the occa sion. In the afternoon an excellent program was given. Mlas Shearer received many presents from her scholar which showed their appre ciation ot her work this winter. "Mis Mildred Morse has dosed her ftrtt year of teaching at th Stony Point school three mliet east ot En- ' Miss Mildred Morse torprlee. Miss Morse has made mat success as a teacher.- She re ceived many presents from, her pu pils. ' ".-- .-.v :.!,' , Miss Ruth Martin was In charge of the school three miles northwest ot Woodbine and the hut day was celebrated in a bail game with the Miss Ruth Marti a Pearl sohool. Mis Martin also prov ed herself to be air efficient teacher, Such aa the Abilene high school is ne4 to graduate. was given a new trial by the Mlssoori ssrsme court today. , Many errors of the first trial are given as cause Hyde and his friends are Jubilant over the decision. Judge I4ttsnaw Is criticized by the court for keeping Hyd in jail during tb trial. . A new trial will begin within 30 days. spend your money for W m-m fc -4 23 3b.t If yos desire t safe lnemnt la yea ate invited to call and obtain 0,. Washington, D. C, April 7. Di rector Durand today gave out the population ot Abilene as shown by the census taken In April 1010. " It gives these figures: First ward........... ,.1088 Second ward. . ............. .1257 Third ward ,. 1 ............. 44 fourth ward. o , .... 810 Total .4118 This li over S00 less than the state census showed In ihs same year,: 4420. ' It Is not a large gain pver the census ot 1000 which gave Abi lene 8507. The state census has shown more than tb government's new figures for six years. The census returns for Dickinson county show much flea Jthan the The following statistics of the ' bodied In a report from the Census 1910 Dickinson county. ........... ..", , a- 34381 Abilene city ......... 4118 Ward 1 "8 Ward 2 w...,....w.. 1267 Ward 8 844 ' Ward4 2 Buckeye township. . , Center township. Including Enterprise. ' Enterprise city Cheever township, t . Flora township, including Manchester, Manchester city TPrmrrant Hill township Oarfieldi township Grant township Hayes township Herlngton city..,., Ward Ward 2 , Ward 3 " Ward 4 .f.'...-.., Holland Township . . ; Hop township .including Hope city Hop city . .................. Jefferson township i ............ . Liberty township. Including Woodbine Woodbine' city ................. Lincoln township, Including Solomon . Solomon city ................. Logan township , Lyon township .'. . , . Newborn township Noble township, Including Chapman Chapman , . ... Rhinebart townehip . .... ......... Ridge township. Sherman township HJnion township Wheatland township . Willowdale township . . . . , . , , NEW DRY GOODS STORE TO BE OPENED SATURDAY, High School Orchestra Will Furnish Music, ; :,- Tb new and beautiful store of the B. D. Whitehead Dry Ooodt Co. In Masonic Temple will be opened formally next Saturday, April 16. The store is new throughout, hew shelving, new goods, new equipment and Is one of the most beautiful In the state. The high school orchestra will play at the opening and there will be favors for the ladies. Every body Is Invited. O. K. SMITH IS PRESIDENT. Hardware Man Heads tb Board e . Education. Monday night O. K. Smith,, the harware man, was elected president of the board of education at Her- ingtoa to fill tb vacancy caused by the resignation of Wm. .Lewis. Mr. Smith baa always taken a keen in terest in hi work and win be an efficient president. ' - , j Superintendent McAllister present ed to the "board hi plana for the graduation exercises. A rather elab orate progress is aader consideration but la not ready tor publication. Herisgton Time. ' . 1 JAMAICA GIHGER IM-AWFTX? j It CoaUias Mar Alcohol Than Doe Whtakey. m Is H a vlolatloa of the prohlbltorr law to sell Jatcalra tlnrerf TM iv. a question that has glren M-:'eoe officers ntach onra for a If? time and they will Buturslir le B state assessors' returns and are glv- en below. The population for other counties and principal towns In the Fifth district are: 1010 1000 1800 Clay county ,.,.16961 16838 18148 9ay Center . , . 3438 8000 2803 Cloud county ..18888 18071 18205 Concordia ..... 4416 3401 8144 Geary county . 42681 10714 10423 . Junction City . 6508 4096 4503 Marsha ountyl281 iv744 10423 Marysvllle .... 3200 2000 JL91S Ottawa "county 11811 11183 12681 VlnneapoJls ,, 1806 1727 1750 Republic, Muntyl7447 18248 1800S Bel)evUle S224 1333 1888 RHey county ..16733 18828 18183 Maahbttaa i . , . . 6733 8438 3004 . 8a!in county .80338 17070 17443 Sallna , 0688 6074 6141 Washington co. 10220 21063 82814 Washington i ., 1647 1676 1613 population of Dickinson county are em Bureaa recently Issued, 1900 21816 3607 1890 22273 3647 690 620 728 627 610 650 H55 1581 1530 706 798 804 625 . 633 733 675 645 684 250 620 601 669 639 467 606 828 826 780 -671 683 670. 3273 1607 1353 . 1005 ... 813 , . 1 567 i ..808 ,J 493 433 - 6f : 1133 , 1165 127 667..- 667 tit: 608 v 665 793, Hi 700 055 S 260 ' e 1616 1227 1274 ' 049 " 817 839 . 603 608 663 ' 653 605 63A " 683 675 728 1222 1115 973 781 627 43S 483 480 611 '614 612 687 460 461 648 450 686 523 421 251 401 ' 642 565 - 680 ...... .. ,... ....... 639 V" interested In th outcome of a case now on triad In the ....t court at Topeka, wherein a druggist Is charg ed with selling ginger In violation of the law. If a conviction Is obtain ed, It Is probable that the local officers will begin arrests In cases where dealers sell . the genuine Jamaica which, it has been shown. contains about 93 per cent alcohol , whereas line old whiskey usually. contains onl about fifty per cent.. C. A. MORTON ATTENDED IT. Fair' Managers Had a Meeting at ' Concordia. Concordia, April 7. A meeting of th North Central Kansas Racing. Circuit was held In this city today, to formulate a racing program for th county fairs this fall. There were present tb horsemen, repres entatives of the promoters of free attractions that are now usually a part ot the entertainment at a coun ty fair. These gentlemen were J." T. Keeler, representing the Western Vaudeville Association! Steve H. Woods, United Fair Booking Aspo rtation, and Chas. M, If arse, Barnes loeatrkal Association. Tb following war present: R.' B. Vsrd, president, Belleville; T. W Siorge Jr., secretary, Concordia; Dr. Batter, Cawker City; W. R. Nelson, Smith Center,. John J. Brown, Roy fi afford, J. J). Johnson, Minneapolis; Ed. Miller, Roy Owens, Joe Elliott, BsIlevlH; F. Carrety, Norton; H. E. af.Kee, Minneapolis; C. A. Mor ton, Abilene; W. B. Craig, Riler; J. T. Hoy, Bt Marys. Rnlil' Templar Herri , Abilese Comreaidry, K. T , wit! have Eaater servli-ea fjunday morair.e, raarrblnr to one of (!. churrhe for the err -.