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1916 MAY 1916
SOW.lMON.,frOB, WED 14 1 8 15 9 16 10 17 i aiiaa3gg4l35l3637 l.uj38g9Effl31 THU. 11 JER.U. 5 12 18 19 30 6 13 G?0 1). I. Willi X.. I'n.Hml I. TOM I I liltl, .,f1l. CM l Tl ir I'ltOdKAMMP. l ;lt,i! I II III 1 li in isiimm HOLT COUNTY SHXTim, llllt'.MIV, MIMiritl. Ent.it.1 m ihr lli-iuils., Hit n.n.'MI'-Kiil, u SViiiIhI I lax IHr. A WnVly Niir i.'l M thr li'i.i-l r Iht Hl i'i ui.i In ll t'nli n. ' TI.IIMSi ll.lt I'MI UIAII. Wtlih Salt l.llimlns )uur n.ntr on Ihr a.iil.l ol llif llwr. II I'Ht Ihf dalf In kith jatir kaft.iilnil.tii L rmd, l'rldi. .May 12. I ill IS. AUvi.'llTlrIMi IIATIIS I i;.l a.tir.nif. Me lr IikIi. nin if nr. l,ra lliny rl Ihtsv lls-l. uisLr Oils. Ihrlr. 2U .r urh. Mat llalra. It r lllif, flr-t lnrtlilll te r lint ih.li a.t.ltlt"tial lii.rtlin Ml vtmlllht rrlllrr III I imui','1 al 1 1 - IH'I. unit, n.nit.r .-rw.t l.slf ttiluitin r that In l-r tie rr Inrll. Halts nn t'l'lllli-nl .VIltUl'IlK tli1 llamll un lil-t'tlrMI"!!, Wl..rt nn mlitl-llftr, i.l l.a- tMm rm.. Hull ihiii' will It .la.vi'1 aiimillliif'. (Thnr Halt, air MIT in All , i.lll..i. anil Atl-lil.! (Iri'iiiin t 'Ii.i ill .i iKiiin licultio Aumi-I H J1I Sl lJ (Stiod Prugl.tlll A- ii rid Cult l.i. IMI'tlllTANT NOTU'li ll.ir rati' fi-r .i!tli,i! pinuiiiiH--iii.r.ia lll ll fr nit iiiiMy ciiinliititti-., nisi K" fur all .taiv nril (tivrrliiMil. Ii.r all rife'llntf IK.Ilrr. mmiiMi iltonry uf llr I'umllil.ilM. tl.. rnr ttt l i.n rniii ir llti-. hikI nil pm-li limits iiiti.t I ifr arid l.y line r.i. i-nrilf, fctt'l mul I tltflinl h lti author M itliltliir i,( ir...l fultli. United Slulr. Srimlnr We are nutlmrizcil tn niinoiinio Hun. Thonin J. Akin, of St. Loul. Mil, as n can didate fur tl! nfllro nf Unltnl Hliitcn SriKitnr, aulijwt to the ilivlhloii of the Itrpiilillrnn I'rlinnry Kliftlmi. to bo lirlil Tilciiiln)', AiiKUxt 1. Ill 1(1. County JiiiIki' WVniv authoiiznl to nnouncc W, J. (ilnM, of Kurcrt town. vliln, n n cnrillilnli' for tho nlUco of JuiIko of tho KIM Dlhtlli't. khIiIitI to tho ilcrlrlon of thn Jtruilillr'nn I'll iiuulcif, 'J'ui'Mlay, AuKUat 1. ll'HI. SIIKIIHT W'o ate nuthorlznl to nnounru IIKN CltOUSKIt. of LcwU tov'nhli, a a rnmllilntc fur tho of fice of Slic-rilT, subject to thn iIccIkIoii of tho llcpuhllcnn I'rlinnry Klce tion, to ha held Tuesday, Aueuat 1. l'JIl). SHintirr Wo nre nutliorlzcil to onnounco J. V. llll.l., of Mlnto'i tovnlilii. ns n candidate for tho olllco of .Sherlir. nuhjivt to tho decliilon of the Itcpuhllcnn I'rlinary Klectlon, to uo Held iiio'iiay, aukusi i, iviu. SHKKirr We nro nuthorl7cd to announce I!. S. HltOW.N', of Ilenton township, asi a camlldato for the ofllco of SherllT, (subject to tho decision of tho Itopuhlican I'rlinary Klectlon, to be held luciulay, AURUst 1, r.uu. SherllT We nro nuthorhed to nr.. nounce OKA MOKSK, of Union town Mdp, as n candidate for tho ofllcs of Sherili". subject to tho decision of lic Itopuhlican I'nmary Klectlon, to be held Tuesday, August 1, 1010. Sheriff Wo are authorized to nn nounco SMITH S. MKADOWS, of Clay township, as a candidnto fo tho olllco of Shcriir, subject to the derision of the Itepubllcnn l'rlmary Klectlon, to be held Tuesday, August 1, 1010. Sheriff I hereby announce to my friends that I will bo a candidate for the nomination for Shcriir, subject to tho decision of the Republican voters, at the primary election to be held August 1. 1016. The support of my friends will be appreciated. Your respectively, nfLEY TURNEY. At Saratoga Spring. To Tim Sentinel! Knih pnrtni.il hntK" in .lethodlni linn n iunrlcil.. oiif ircni'e onto in llnco month", whlili nP the hil onidnln me me! letv. Tic di'liUt lonfrieiicc litre lvir a yim, nnd en.lnneeji on ti iveince from twentj-'lve tu thli lUAtoial rtim,Ki, nnd t!n pa-'torn. il1 'ri. t utr. nnU lieal piineliern nnd i 'mitiM nml one Siniiln. fchuul Mipi liteii'left. clni Iduli'l'. preflih nt Kpwnttll Iz-nitie, l.ailiea' Aid Kicir ;ul riiian ri MKMonnry .KMelir n ipiilwi'. 'I lie niui'.ml eiinfprriiec cuiiipcMit riitlrely of mlnlatcrK an I embincen un tlic nsiinKe from live aewn ill-tiii'tc. The tienernl Confi t'liei' iiii'i-ta oiiee in four yenrn, and oihiiom iI of ilrli;nlri rlerled I'V I ' mio hundred nnd llfty-t'ivc nnnuul co-i-felenceii, liicludlm: twriity-three m kIoiih tiiid minion ronfi renres. I'nr i conference i entitled to one ilelcRnv for every forty-livo meinlM-rs of frni -lion of two'thlnl nnd nn xiunl nut. her of lay ileK'.'atei wlm nre chonn ny tho iinliot or n my electoral rim ferenrr. whirh meetK once III fm r yenrii, rimilrtlni; of one doleRale fnti each partoial rhnrRe. Tho (Srner.il unreieiii'ii i me oniy iiiw-iunKiiu Inwly of the oil u toll . n in l el(rt lllsliop. eilitori of the vniiou rliiiuli peiiom a' nr.il Itteinti ic nnd the cori' loiiilinc errtnrle of tlie vailo -In'", n'iiit binil of the ihuich. In tln oiL'iin riitinii of I he ronn' eme. Pr. Kdwlii Loehe, Topehn, Kn.i m. :i imii'IiiI xeeivinry. nixi I vn elivlnl n one of the nnidntniil e'i tnrlin. nnd iniioiiir othi r dutlen a nlmiitl tu i"i' i tin veiv ro.ipunll. me of linvinir entlio rlinice of i. tin elirtl.in tu he he'd thluiicll" t lli-eiiltie '-iun. I eo iivlniy Ml i u me. "Vuii are t i hnve ntlh ilinrr-. I., li.. i i. nli'u!ittol." In lie i:-,:.mi..i.1lnti or tin; Mil I,' til Conf. r-iii-e ili.trii'l. ri'iiltii'ij ti.i. .into of liniiHiv .MIoiirl. i(i'i i' d'd i!.nheiim, Vl .Mm l.-v M v. of .-nviiiitii.M. Jlu., iii'ii'y. ' . nu '"iin't ivriiti,,1,id ln'rll,. nn' ' n-t' In the .'p'eudid w-rimmi. r t'l.'l..'a !(;( i lli'e, n ll lt . tint I't ' iff.. .il euiilMiiiuualy In c. f iriin. cut. I v ulli'i work. Vi r; truly, J. W. ANDKI.'SON. MiachelsStern Blue Serge For Graduation. Boys, we've taken great pains in the selection of your Graduation Suit. You'll be well pleased with our selection we know. Especially do we recommend our "Derby" model-silk, lined throughout. A beautiful soft pure wool serge that fits the figure and has English Trousers. At the Moderate Price of $22.50. Others at $15, $20 and $25. We've been just as particular about the little fellows that wear short trousers. You'll find an all wool serge t for him in a brand new model. 'llmrMl.i'. AiiKii't 10. Afternoon: The Morlcnl Ait Ounrtittc. Ilril Hunt Miwlriil OiKimlrutiiin. Com el I Olid h.ltellllilltlient. Nii:ht: The Mtiatrnl Art (h'aititte. Con- roll I'l elude. lion. Jui". (,. I num. of (icoruln. the Nutli .Mii-i i iiiiiuii (jinior. I ridny, Atmu-I II Aflernouii: Nluhti The I'IIri'Iih (ill U nnd Hannah (Sove of lluaton. Knteituimnent and Or choatin. In n Mifalile piouimn. XiL'ht: The I'MltIiii (Slrls nnd llnmiah (Sow Concert. OiTheatinl miiiilH-rii. imirl till rketilieii, noveltleji. n,f. Win. II. 'nltv. Sc ent at. Mm Ve'uiiK ileinoilatllltiuiiK with wilrleitf, riiileiiii nml ihiiilil air. Snliirilny, AiikioI 12 Al'leriiiiun: Tho Wivt'iuiiati'i- ('inn eit Kilter tnliieia. I'reliiile. Hun. A 'f. Inylur, uf lenneairi, tut i miian mid ointur. NlKht: Tho i .-tmliiatoe Cutu'eit Kilter tnliu'i.. I'lLii'iieler miiiri', aketriie. in.laii', i itirivoiiiitioi!i. Ir. 1 1 I '. l 'o, fiimmiH prenrhrr lert'iier "The I'lllluaiilillV of (.'omiiioii Si'iife." Miiiil.iv, Aui!iil III Arterniiiin: Airndiun S)mpliony Setetto in romr it. "I ho ( hnutmiiin i l-oieinont Wood wind Oi'Kiuilratlon," Clin. T. Hnue, leudcr. Airndian .Svmplmny Sexlette. pluyini; aoinu of the woild'ri nuhleat music. lion. (Sranvillo.loneH, orntor, humor Is!, phlluMipher. .Moniluv, AiiKliat 1 1 Aflernuiin: The Alpine Vodleti', seven wonder f'd liiicou. 'Ji ami concert entortuln ii'.ent. .Vlltht: I lie Alpine VodleM, roncert, pre lude, l.'ilu Tyler (Saies, fninou lender of nlas. Tiieaday, Aimn-I l.'i Ariernooni The OJihway Indian I'lnyers. Indian life, folk loro nnd IcKendn. Introduced by Dr. Hubert A. (Seorue. I'rof. J, W. Ilenceroth, scienti fic furniliiK lecture demonstration, "Scienro and the Soil," Night: Tho OJIbwoy Indian I'lnyers pre sentlnr: LonKfellow's Indian iinslon piny, "Hiawatha." I!e.-.l i:-t.He lilllrr. Thrio n nn linpruvemenl In llv tml e-mo romlitluiM fur the mimili of prll. !!'!!, na rompnud with tin- iii'"e munlli n year mru the vn" rnnty den's brine mhio j:;0.(i(HI In ey re. uf n enr nipt. While the tm-t drnl till enr ueie IniRer by onlv "?1 M.Otn. the relenM' were nrnt'v $1(1(1,11011 crrater tlian for the month of April. IHI.-i. The wiitmiity dent for April, 1 1 I . Invulvlni' .".IKHI ur over were: J. A. Kill tu V. M. Vnnce, nl no ii'i, .V.I, IIS $ Mtii'l I'. I'itzninuilre tu J. II. llridK- mun. to:.n IS, ill. Ill' IMK'H I'. IS. Ilerkinnn tu I'. Wilcht.fJ lie -'.'. 111. !!! r.i'im V. II. Illmlmnti tu II. .1. Iluline nnd wife. w aft, KU .T.I.... i.'0'MXI W. M. .lihy to A. T. Ilmvilen, . no no mi mv nw I'M, KU 117.. infiwi .1. It. .Murray to A. It. Wnre, iMHIa, .VI, :tl MHMKI I'ullen llelr to I. S. Stull, I'ul-1.-11 l.lllfll. Iirnr I'ollie il.MliMI IS. IS. lilrhnrd to HukIi llruhnn llftli. lift. ISO, I'T I.'IHMI I'. J. Itubtiln tu IS. II. Srrivuer wa m 10. il'.'. :m WMMI John Ti dinner to J. W. I'rlm mer. mv ao " nnd wl lie IS, r,. :iT IftilO!! II. I.. Menlfro tu WiIkIU, Vl mv ;hi. hi. ; too W. M. Vnnee tu ,1. A. Kill, IMftn :l.', Ill, .!.s I.MI0O If Von Keep YOUR. Ed Gibson has been very poorly gain the past week or two. New Point and Vicinity, (Delayed letter, .May ft, 1010.) Owlnc to tho rain, thero were no service, .Sunday. .Mr. Clara Kneolo came out Sat urday, to visit with iier children. Alary Knealc camo out with Hal lie Iluntz. Friday evenlnu, to visit until Sunday evening. There wero 101 cnnes of ecrtrs bought last week. Tho prices of cirirs certainly hold up irooll. naiuniny muiit was so cioom tho attendance nt the iilo social was small. They took In n little over $!. .Mrs. Alfa Kershaw, of (Suilford, visited with her parents, Watson Illoomcr and wife, the last of tho week. Mrs. Harry Chanman went to St. Joseph, Thursday, with her slster-ln- law, t, race Chapman, who went to see a specialist mmrdlne her ear. Mrs. Chapman returned Saturday morning. o Money to loan on farms at total cost of 6.per cent per year to the bor rower. Also some home money to loan on farms. O. S. Lukens, office over west sine lore. aaaLLalaaaV 'wiawaaBaBl OPE.N You will sco that it pays to trade with C. W. King De.nler in General Merchandise THE HOUSE OF QUALITY .Where (ualily Counts, We l.tad. (IKISfSON, :-i .MISSHI III. Ilnlnh I'rv sncnt n few days In St. Joseph, the paat week, with Ills nuth- ei. Kdirnr Leach, of Forest City, was liere Alondny, transacting some im portant huslnes. Huith I'ennel, after n nine Merits' tmi;t.rlo witU tho inllammntory ilieu matisrn, is now ablo to walk about some out of doors. DrohinakliiK. All who want first-class drcss-maklng and tnllorins, call on M. K. Caudell, on second Hour In the Teacher building. Judgo W. C. Ellison has decided not to enter tho race for re-election to tho circuit court bench. He feels that his health would not justify him In making tho race. On Tuesday next, May 1C, tho voters of the Alaitlnnd school dMrlct will vote on the proposition to bond tho district for $20,000 to build a new high school building. We send greetings to Miss Ernes tine, daughter of Mr. ami Mrs. Chas, Stadler, on her graduation from the Betheseda Hospital Training school, of Cincinnati, Ohio. She Is another one of the Holt county girls that has made good. Oh, sure we have all the trimmings to go with that Graduation suit. Come in to-day and let us show you. Dawson-Campbell The Han's Store. I'lntto county l tu vote on 1in-.i1 option June .'I, i 'limit rutin will h'Thi cilndliii; next .Monday, Mny I ft. . D. Smith, of IHir Uike. wn liioklm: lifter blialnet Inteirat n'ld tittnidliii; county rniiit. Monday of thl wi ok. II. P. Inilnulen, of On pm, nml Mi-a. Amin IIIiik. of SI. .Ium ph. were iimnled n mnnlnito llrene in SI. .In cph. Tuowluy of Inat week. Mny -'. .Mr. mid Mr. Chu. Mnikt mil Mr. nnd .Mra. Allien Mnikt alient In-t Siinilav Willi the fornier' ilmi:hte', Mr. ISdnn Alkiro. mnr Mound City. Wo Imvo aevernl nobby pattern in Wnll I'nper. which we nro aellln,: nt cost to rlii'O out the Mock. IIISN.N'IMSISII Dlil'lS CO. - Cam WIIhhi. of lllijelow, wn In lmwi. Satiinlay of hint week, Inter vlewlni! hi many filend. mid ho rer tnlnl) hn n many a nny iiiiin in the county . The llou-eliuld' DiIIkIiI Is when they get a nice big, white, Unity loaf of bread, bilked from lied Top I lour. Sold nml nliMilutely guaranteed by C. W. King, Lowell Fuller wn nine years old, lnt Saturday. .May 0. mid ho enler talned u Imiii'li of hi arhoiil-mnte In n gieot manner. They nil mid they iind n "dandy time." Yer I'lirlo Frank Ilililgiiion, of llli...li,u un, ti'iirn of ni?o. hlt Siinilny, .May T. .May you leach tho lno-nuuk. nnd feel un older, I the wiali of The Old Sentinel. Jnine IMdy, tho throttle man on tho Oieguii Interuiban railway, went to Omaha. Sunday hint, for tieatment for nppcinUcltl. W, J. Welmeyer will take hi place during Id nbrnce. Tho Improvements, recently made to the Christian chinch steel celling nnd wnll ha added much to the ap pearance uf thi edlllce. Wick (Srecnn and llert .Maple over-seen tho Job, nnd It is n good one, too, Mr. nnd Mr. Virgil II. (Srlnstcnd, of Kansas City, lo announce, the biltli of their sun, nt their hmne, on Friday, .May ft, to whom they have given tho name, Virgil Hunt. .Mrs. (jilnstend I n daughter of .Mr. Ora Hunt, of this city. Judgo (Seorgo Illlilmrd spent n few days in Kansas City, last wick, vlfltlng with his son, Dr. Sherman II. Hlbbnrd ahd wife. Tho Judgo has fully rccovoied from his run-awny ac cident last fall. He lins been a resi dent hero for ft'J years, locating in Nodawnv township. In 1601, Imme diately followlnc his discharge from tho army on account of wounds. DENTIST, Oregon, Mo. OflceiB tht Moors B'ldf. Uoars . m. to II m. I lia p. m to I p. m, Phone, Old 91. Mutual 43. Dr. Whltsell. rye and ear special mt, Miutliinst runier Sixth and I'd intnl.Stl I'll. Mo. Iloth pliunes.!H.'l --Fur Sale A ton buggy, nliimt new. Thl 1 n good one- the pi Ice l light. See li.ni II. Martin, at tin pu.tullU'r. Mm tin I'lione. -- Ml-". I". A. It.irk'nliilstrr. of Coin ing, win I'eio Mmi'lin. in nltiMidnrrr nl Hie pruliiiti' mint, mid lsiting In r liiutlier, A. o. lniikr nnd family. V.e Hi" elu-llig out our I'lillio .li'k uf Hie M l y Inli -I patteinn in Wall Paper nt ro.t. a- we nio going tu atop imiidliiig Wnll Paper. HISNNIS'iilSi: Dlil'lS CO. Dan Tlmrnluii was heir Fildiy llist, tu ny "guml b)o" to hi old roiii raile, juior tu Ida leaving fur II"! yoke, Ciiloiadu, fur li visit with lil iliuighler, Mr. nml Mr. C Stewmt. Dun I nmv In hi Mat year, ami huliling hi nwii. -The Ciirnlng i,hool diatilrt hu sold it XlO.nilO in liiiiut. with whleh to erirt II new achim! huiiso, tu Utile & Hayes, of St, l.uiil. at u piemiiim of ll'-'.Ml. They nio L'0.)rnr, ft IH'I' nut Imiiil. Wink has begun ami i. well under way on tho new building. Wo ruiigriitiilate tho pcoplo .if Crulg on the acceptance of its high school iii'u the r.pproveil list of lugii school of (he state, by State Super intendent Cass. (Sraduatr fiom till whool will now bo nicepted by our state university, nnd other roller? uf high class, Dr. lSvnns nnd wife wi re over to Mnryville, Friday lnt. and while the DiH'tor wn sideling to the Noda way County Medical society, hi wi'i wn visiting her sifter. Mr. A. T. Clark. On Tuesday of '.Ids week, the Doctor attended the State Medical so clety, in session at ISxrrlslur Spring. The old reliable Atchison County Journal, estnbllslird In IMU by John Dopf, hn lieen sold liy John It. and II. II. Dnnf to ii. IS. Miles nnd Mr. Ida llundle. Thn recent uwurrs were the sons of the founder of the Journal, and wo trust their lots may ever lie cast in gleen pastures, nnd that the new owner mny be nlilo to keep the Journal wheie It ha ever been in tho front ranks. The Keeve-Ilragg Auto Co.. of thl city, distributer for tho Ford car for the south half of Holt coun ty, sold six Foul touring cars, hist week, a follow: Fred l.nndrr. O. A. Williams nnd (Seorgo 1 1 Inkle, For est Citvj Albert Eggcr and Fred Knempf, Oregon; 1.. N. Meyers, Mound City. They also sold cars to S. P. nnd Cecil Perkins, of Oregon, and Cecil Perkins, of Oregon. "Jack," W. J. Sullivan, who is very closo to us, because he married ono of Oregon's dearest of girls, Is down on the Texas border, enJoWng the sights down there, Mr. Sullivan Is editor anil publisher of "Motor cycling and Bicycling," one of tho leading publications of that class in the country. We hope nothing will befall him seriously while down there on the border. Their home ie in Chicago, where "Motorcycling and Bi cycling'' Is published. Tin Vrar- Old. I.ilrile lliieher, who ivaihrd lier Inili o'lli'-sioue, Thursday of l.i't "i'1.. Jim I. wn rrrtnlnl.i supiemrly 'mppy mi that day. Her gi'aailuiuthi'r, 1'" .I:ii -li lliii-li.-r, or tills city, iitu.'c ai mniri'iix nls nnd linll.il l.ticllo and eighteen .if her lil'le rlillin to meet at her tiiuiie un tl'iit d,i. All elegant 'iiiieluviii ns erid to the inoirv ctou'd. nnd game of nil M'l.ls Indulg- .I In. And ran Jiit bet wmt thn Inieeli had the time uf tin ir Ihes. Altrtition, Ciimniili -! Mrmher of Meyer Post. (!. A. I!., will be tho gue-ta of tlieT rnmrnilr, II, F. Morgan, at hi boiiie, on Satur day, Mny 'JTth. nt 'J u'eluek p. m. All umrnile ale urged to lie (itesent. li. W. CUMMINS, l S. MOI!(SAN, Cuniiiiuii.hr. Adjutant. - Folding bed fur sale, In good con lit tti i are (!iitn Uppeimnn, Mr. Wuikniani It will pay you 'ii look nt the line uf Wnrk Shoe at C. W. King's. They are all leather iml bet ipinlitv ii"! nl jf. Ires that defy I'oiiipitltiuii, whin It dimes tn in Ire ni'd ipMllty. Investigate beforo liujiiig clfcwhire. i'ui"o in lii fmi' it is (.in hite, oml take ndvnntngo of nur f.a'o of lain I'liiiei-u In Wall Paiier. It I going fast, n wo nio selling It nt eost In miler to rlenn out the st.u'k. as wo will not handle Wall I'nper after this is el. i.-i.l out. IIISNNINISF.I! Dltl'li CO. - Tin' following ilhectiir for thn "ii uing year were elected at a meet ing of the Farmers.' Telephone Co., in till city, last Satinday. .May (I: .1. .M. Campbell. (Srorgo S. Stephenson, Will .Mahan, Curtis Wliltmer, .VIII C. Stev enson, Harry Milne, F.,1 Fiihiman, Ki neat Opiienlnnder and Jacob llucher. A number from Oiegon were In Coming, Inst Sunday, unending thn ball gaino between the Mitchell Paik team, of St. Joseph, and the Corning t"!tm, which I iviioited n being ono of tlio best plnvrd games In this see tiun for several year. Tho game re sulted In n score uf 1 to (I in favor of Corning, nnd VI imilng.1 wero nccej saiy to deride tho game. Tho sanio team will likely play another gamo theie in n few weeks. Executor' Notice. Notlco Is hereby given, that Letters Testamentary on tho cstnto of Anna' Kreney, deceased, were granted to tho undersigned on the 22d day of April, 1010, by tho Probnto Court of Ilo'.t County, Missouri. All persons having claims against said estate are requir ed to exhibit them for allowance to the Executor within six months after the date of saldjcttcrs, or they may be precluded from any benefit of said estate; and if said claims be not ex hibited within one year from the dat of the last insertion of the publica tion of this notice, they shall be for ever barred. FRANK PETREE, Executor. First publication, April 28, 1916.