Snyder Daily Signal (Snyder, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 11, Ed. 1 Friday, April 28, 1911 Page: 1 of 4
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SNYDER TEXAS FBIDAY APRIL 28 1911
MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS
60c PER MONTH
. TARIES FIGURES
SECUitES TWO MILLION
FOR ORIENT EXTENSION
SANTA FE WILL BUILD
LOSE IN THE SENATE
THE INSURRECTOS IN-
SIST UPON SECURITY
'vjparison Made Between Pres-
j" ent Legislature and Its
j ftg . C'omiiuTciuI SeeretaricH
jJh out some warm shots at
!lja lfislntorH. The present
! filature in it acts (teemed to
Lcien liiiiefi to have been fault-
yiie Texas Cotiimerciitl Ki'cn-
jrii' Association Iiuh just coin-
itcJ a comparison of the nets or'
. I.... ti t u f t'itli tlilul. of
U'' ll'Hinioimi unit
ffviiiiiH sessions and finds tlmt
f n.irtv.Hietnid legislature one of
mi' v i
A the siil 'est and most stable leg)
ijjtivt' bodied that ever assem-
U in Austin. The modern tint 1 """ wim ins i.te mil
if i legislature is the amount of)'m' KTt damage t' his pal-
ppcrty it destroys. The Tliir -
i i i a i.i
irsceonn icgisiamre destroyed
Wul.ly no properly which is
ti i . . a
enviable uisimoiion mat no
other legislative lody of recent
Tl.e statutes show that the de -
striiclive tendency of legislation
Infill tn develop nearly a quarter
of a century ago and reaehed its
cliindx in the Thirtieth and Thir-
ty-firM legislatures when approx
lmati'ly one hundred jnillion dol- the terminal ion of the iiirmber-
lV worth of property was de-:ship contest that was closed scv-
itrn) id by legislation. These fig-'
tires may seem startling to those
wlm have not given the subject '
ciiiisideralioti and the basis of :
foininitiit.ioii may be of interest
to those who may care to makeold fashioned spelling bee man-
Hip calculation. liter. Mrs. .1. W. Hunt rendered
. Tin. t-!itiui iif ii ti imliwl riiil iti- :
vestment is as a rule determined
Ity the dividend it will pay and lighted the ladies with some spec-i London. April 2S. (Special to
it is a business rule that one dol- ial music. Punch was served in. the Signal ) Addressing a nota-
lar of net revenue per annuiui the reception hall and ice cream ble gathering here today Premier
give .2.'i of value to the body of and cake in the dining room. Asqiiith. standing beneath cn-
tlie property. Therefore when Mrs. H. (5. Towle then on behalf twined Stars and Stripes and l'n-
t lie- state takes a dollar uniieees- of the two societies presented tlie ' ion .lack pledged support to
Mtiily or unjustly from an enter- hostess. Mrs. L. W. Clark a token President Taft's arbitration pro-prtsi-
(private or corporate) ! of esteem. There were about J posal. Balfour also spoke and
which depends upon its net rev-' seventy-five members present. 1 eloquently favored the treaty but
Hiuc tor property value we de-1 .both said it would not meet with
"troy $2.1 worth of the property ' gN ANTONIO MANEUVERS ! endorsement at present.
... . t ..... . i '
u especially is tins true wim
properties not able to shift their
I'lirdins. That particular doll; ir
which the state takes from a legit-
im:i!ii i.iit i.t't.i'iu.. I... iiMii.iuj ill'
I Ihw however great the hardship
It may work is of course not rh -
t roved; it jt simply transferred i
1 the Mate or distributed to
ctlur lines of industry or individ-
uals hut the remaining -2t of the
.'-." above referred to is destroy-
ed us completely as if the prop-
erty had been gutted by fire.
t 'hi this basis of computation.;
j h' examination of the numerous
- acts f the thirtieth ami thirty -i
first legislatures placiutr uiijus! '.
md new burdens noon industry '
I'V taxation nml oiml.-it ion will
v'i'.v quickly run the total amount j
t property destroyed up to . I
OlX 11 MM) to SUV nothing of the ill-
blllgible il;iTMii(vi -veliw-li iieil'lted
frmii the business (list urhn I :
ftiliowing such radical i lml-g- " '
Constructive legislation i of '
cur.se. always desirable and is .
tllillff to lie bnt...l f.ir I. nl if We
con iKeapf destruction at Ho
llands of H I. it I wt it f i r U'A nil
"Well what is it!"
"It says here A man is knv
son." JR THE
father if niV CT
- - r- xn -
ipany witli a i'V70RN BY
ioi) man bad he
.. - com jnny with th
or is ti e bad man
Thousands Flee From the City
Situation Declared To
My Associated Press.
Hongkong April 28. (Special
to tlie Nignal)s-Iebellion and
fighting broke out last night at
Canton and thousands of natives
uud foreigner are fleeing from
the city. 'Refugees arriving here
say that anarchy is rife among
the soldiers whose terms of en-
listment is expiring in great num-
ber and dissatisfaction has brok-
en out among them. The Mritish
Consul declares the sit nation a se
rious one. Vice Consul Roy at
i . t
1 "' l U' rci.eis nave in Iticir
1 nnuuiibuinn n v nb.ul ci.u furie if
i 1 -m"-"" - ......... ...
hose who participated in the
t'liktmir lint- I kiln 1 1 tii't'ttutixl
MRS. E. W. CLARK ENTER-
i TAINS W. H. M. SOCIETY
' Mrs. K. V. ('lark entertained
the members of the Home Mis-
sionarv Soeielv vestertlav after-
noon from 4 to ( o'clock.
cral days ago and the loosing
side wa seiitertaining the win-
jiers. A feature of the entei tain-
merit was the asking of questions
'pertaining to Mission work in the
tiv-n viieiit kiiIiis Jim jilso M I'H.
Paxton and Mrs. Weaver de- j
TQ regIN NEXT MONDAY
... .f Dor; rnra tf Fir.
ticipate in the Military
;v Associated I'ress.
Austin. April 2. (Special to
J to the Signal Officers assigned.
to tithe part in the Military itts-
.neiivers iit Sen Antonio next
! Monday indued I'apt. W. II. Mur-
phy of Corsieana and Captain A.
I '. Ashlers !' Sherman.
W NEW YORK
Makes Sreechi3 on Hard Work
of Congressmen Favors
;v Associated Press.
V.ve Vol I; Antil 2 - ( S iceia I
t i h. j Signal i --President Ta:t
made his last spec Ii here this
mm niig prior to h aving for
wslVigt-n. !) -rke upon tin-
I. .. i 1 p I. f ( 'on L't'csstiicii which
;is nftcii times not fully
-4ted by llieir enlistltiients.
I the red work of r-oii-
not dote' on the floor
fioni the sight ot the
the g.llbllcs and rild
way im e ...-
PLANNING TOWd. 'I he president
LEAST t as Ins opinion tea.
THE Biet secured a el
Etss lie should be
fur one but fur ten
Raliroad Now Available For the
Extension of the Line
West of Mertzon
Work on the extension of the
Orient from Mertzon will be (start-
ed first and pushed through to
Alpine said K. Dickinson vice
president of the road upon his
return from Fort Stockton Thurs-
"Three million dollars is nec-
essary for the project" Mr.
Dickinson continued "and the
last word I had from Mr. Still-
well was to the effect that he had
secured 20000(10 jmd the rest
would soon be possible. As soon
as the road is completed into Al-
pine where connections will be
made with the Southern Pacific
construction work will be started
south from San An gel o toward
Alpine is about 200 miles south-
west from San Angebi and about
7." miles from the point of the
border where the Orient will
cross into Mexico. The $2.000.
000 which is available For the
western extension is sufficient to
line to Fort Stockton.
KiO miles from San Angelo. Sun
i AN ANGLO-AMER
President Taft's Arbitration Pro
posal Approved by English
By Associated Press.
CANNOT BE TAXED
1 Bringing in Fish Doe3 not Hurt
Texas Trade Says Attorney
By Associated Press.
Austin. April 2. Sin eia
the Signali C. Ii. .Mead of the
Attorney (iellelill's b I Hi It lltellt
holds that Arkansas Fishermen
could not be taxed for bringing
tish into Texas. Tin complaint
had come up from Cass county in
which it was alleged tll.lt the
shipping of Arkansas tish
is was hiirti'ig Texas
I ' -x
IN HOTEL FIEE
Lodgr3 Barely Escaped
By Associated Press.
Memphis. Teiin.. April 2.
(Special to the Signal ) M is.
Kiltie Hughes was suffocated in a
tire that destroyed llif Palmer ho-
tel at an early hour this morning.
Origin of the tire unknown and
total loss of property iinestimat-!
ed. Many of the lodgers fainted:
from smoke while being carried i
from the burning building but ;
these iptickly recovered
J. I. Vaughan of Dallas was in J
trtwn today looking after busi-
Fifty Thousand Dollar Lake
Will Cover 3 to 4 Hundred
Acres Near Santa Anna
Mr. Hudson the Santa I'c
right of way man has been in
town this week negotiating for
the purchase of land on which to
build a mammoth lake.
According to the blue prints
Mr. Hudson had . with him the
lake is to be built in Santa Anna
branch near the west end of the
mountain and when tilled with
water will cover three or four
j hundred acres of bind. The dam
i supporting the lake is to be about
1000 yards long forty to fifty
feet high and built of concrete
A broad causeway will take the
i railroad and
the Santa Anna-
Coleman wagon road across the
The lake is to cost about $"0-
000 and it is expected that work! Bryan. Texas. April 2S (Sp.c-
...:n i ;.. .... : .....i : ial to the Signal) The eitv has
Dili infill I'll II lilllilll ni.Mi mill
! possibly within
Santa Anna Leader
A MAN IS STABBED
IN THE STOMACH!
I ; . r r ..I. r r:t
P uver a"'e au3es
Acuity at Waco Which
! By Associated I'ress.
Waco. Texas. April 2H. (Spec-
ial to the Signal) Cake Buchan-
an st.i t it but missed City Veter-
inarian R. H. Hodges dring dis-
pule that arose over Hodges' ex-
amination of some C.Mtle in
which Buchanan was .interested.
Hodges stabbed Buchanan in the
PRINTERS GO OUT
ON A STRIKE
Announce They Will Conduct
Open Shop in the
By Associated Press.
j Houston. Texas. April 2.
l(Sp.cil to the Signal .--The
!!i";rs '" lu' s'""l:'"1
i ing ( 'ompany went out mi n
I strike today ami tailing in an al-
! just meiit announce they w ill open
Officers Do not Like Use cf Word
Belligerent in American
soi iated i'less.
I'agle Pass. Texas. A;o i! 2v
i Special lo the sirual - -The hi'i
il.g of Ai an l !cais ;it
At ioiia. in t he bat ! I
! ii r- ul it ii.iiist j.ic
old'c-s ;t s. a auk.-
w it s the ih-st met ii ui ol t !:
i:i 1 lav ariiiii Hat b.r. is 1 1
ed stafen.i-iil iii ;i circular issued
hi least tod. y b o.T.i nils . ( '.
p . iuu sis....' j.-. iditi.-o
alld ir;ictic;ill ;ll ol !: . otVic ii I s.
Tlo- eireiilli I .s Wel eiisiolicil by
the lle of tie mld belligerent
by Jin Aiicrieaii neiopa p.-r puli-l:s'i:.-d
in the i ity of Monterey
and describing Icb.ls as Well as
federals which the fe-'l:N
d.-ntly think is to- "" '.-.!
tel Ul to be used I pl'i:' ij
( irt ulai s say t ha! . ! a n i
SVl'lltetS Who llescl il- 'i- I . . ..
eoiild not i ii . i can- uc ; ..
term belligerent. '" irctil.f
also lefelTed to tlo ..est . II
of the Maine as a . e 1 r'.1 .
'.pies of the rircuh rs Ii.tv b m
se-it to the departu.
of St a
List of Caucus Committee Men
Are Adopted in The
Uy Associated Press.
Washington April 28. (Spec-
ial to the Signal) The Senate to-
day adopted the list of commit-
tees as selected by caucus in
which the regulars won out. The
fight that was expected to come
from the progressive side of the
republican members over the
adoption of the report did not
CITY OPERATES ITS
Bryan Invests .in .Water .and
Light Plant3 at Heavy
I S v Associated Press.
' .i i .i:. . i ..:!...
I v k .
Light Plant heretofore privately j
j owned and has bought and w ill
.operate its own water system.
Work is progressing on the new
j water power plant to operate
' them. The entire coxt is about
; ANOTHER BRICK
BUILDING FOR SNYDER
Dirt Will Be Broken at Once
and Work Will Pushed to
We are glad to hear that dirt
will be broken at once for the
foundation of one of the Sear-
borough buildings mention 01'
which hits already been made in
livery good building erected in
Snyder is another step towrrd a
city and we expect to see 1 1 1 ; 1 1
great and costly buildings in-"!-
) in Snvder in the nexi vcar or
LARGE TELEPHONE DEAL
Colorado Company Took Over
All Lines of Peco3 Valley
For it r'oiisideral ii of ;irn ..
iiimi all the loeal and long dis
tame telephone lilies of tie I 'elOS
V;l!ey pjissed into tle bands o!
the ('olor.Hi'o I'ilol.e e.irpal.v I ' 1 1
Ap til 1
T ne v.- proper! i.-s w ill ! a
Cllllsolidilt ioil Ol' s .- il.de
pel. hi:' I oil! p.'ll Ii s. I lie I: I N . '
lo i is t KosV e Telophote-
an 1 M.t'iu fact u ring ( ':. pai: .
A.n add.fioi..i! -spin. lien w .;! !.
spent by the pureiias!::g con pm. v
in eoppe! ing a 1 1 the I iio-s- i-:' 1 1 1 . -
sVsleMl i!!il ill blnldillg lie'.V sl.l
(ions and a line to the tov n
1 .1 1 1 -i ! M . lof local Use In IV I" II !ie
ar;' -h properties included n-
the r.i-u a : : 1 g.i mat hoi.
.i.ni n s gi a n I ;! I to r 1 1 j
iis ta !i-n along t. 1 1
A shiift t line It :'! cf this
ry naughty . I is ni.nl
fngl Ten i' i m by mmiil"
if nit don t ry to be a
'ml !o oil W id i.e and I hell
i-y i'A p:t you in a luce Ii'; -
tl.ey did glillidpn."
(Mi." said -lohll.
I ala.s uaiited t
grandpa was doing
am how . "
I d'n t ciiri
Have your k
ioil.iK till lures tin-
isbed at Tin" Camera Studio
( barbs iibsou of IVst City
the eitv todav on business.
Return of Reyes to Mexico Make
The Guarantee Very
I'y Associated I'ress.
"Kl Paso April 28. (Special to
the Signal) The return of Ber-
nardo Reyes to Mexico which is
expected in a few days makes an
absolute guarantee of security
necessary is a statement given
out by Francisco Madero the in
mirrecto chieftain today.
Statement Accredited to Vice
President Corral of Mexico
Cause of Comment
By Associated press.
Washington April 2. (Spec-
ial to the Signal (The State De-
partment lakes decided execp-
' t iliTlS
lo a statement accredited
to vice president Ramon Corral of
j Mexico in the Diaro. a newspa-
i per publisher) in the city of Mex-
i ico in which it is charger that
the revolution i.i fostered by
i Americans who hope to intervene.
i Education for the Masses
; Louisville Courier -Journal :The
'conference for education in the
South now being held in Jack
sonville. FIh. is to lie devoted
chiefly to the discussion of the
better adaption of education to
life more especially to rural lif
in the Southern Slates. Some of
the quest ions toui'lo'd Upon ill
tin- program are; public and pri-
vale sanitation. the country
church and its relation to rural
life the redirection of the public
public school and co-operation
It is gratifying to note that
practically all the educational
gatherings. Slate Na'ional and lo-
it i i
that are I
ing held this year
h t 1 Hie to t he eon-
he rural school
rural school has
b- . n son
It is to
.I' tie- mil-
w l.o I. a
a w i:v to
s f.r tin-
to ! i . i e . -cs
d i - i ! i Ul
be egn t!--ii thai
lionaii .- p! :l;.iitl.t
bei n gi ing tii'-.e
set iiside a I'eH
b.iildllig oi co I i;
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' i ui
' i . 'lis
i r s; ' Ii. -pol.!.v
II. I I V !
o i . g ' .
'. liege lil.j.
!.. Ii.r - ..ii
I'r.-iii: r.g a'
to g. t It I IT
TI.-- I r t
. y of
the lll'.l! sc
: are no:! y
e i i w 1 o
tic g- aT-
" I "!' '-'
v in'! i. 'i. n i'i
g.v e- freely i).
. ; lt to i i U' a
; gi.'ol !
i! ti.efr o..;
it si ; i: ;..iiv but a a ri.'e
gilts rlo n it ben. '.t (!
t niggling On .lol.s o! ti.e l aiiiv
and hie of l.uinaMt. h rail
Hot somi body do som. t '. !!'.g tor
the boys and gil Is out ill the eoril-
.1 .L I ..!.. ...... ...t I.. t
(i. It. ( lark left today on a biii-
iness trip to Knoiville. Tenn.
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