The Abilene Reporter (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 29, No. 12, Ed. 1 Friday, March 27, 1908 Page: 2 of 12
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THK WEEKLY KKTORTJIR FRIDAY MAKCH 87 1808.
New Spring Gowls Galore 5
With the advent of Spri we have many new
stylish goods to interesyopring buyers. We are
showing many stylesjfi dress fabrics in Lawns
and Batiste in whijand. colors. New waistings
and many Handjfwne Up-to-date Dress Fabrics
for spring. Wtfare showing a vpfr handsome line
of Ready-maie Wajste at pojfular prices. They
are beauties hnfcsoheaf For the benefit of
the men raiare Imowilfa very pretty line of S
m all the new
rierh and he
fords in Tan
has nothing but
JJ Yours to please J
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THINKS HIM INSANE
SO EFFORTS FOR THAWS EABLY
WORRIED BY DIVORCE SUIT
Attorney Wio Goes to See Mm Do-
cldcs Ho Cannot Bo Freca
NEW YORK March 24. Unless tho
mental condition of Harry K. Thaw
takes a decided change for the better
shortjy no effort will be made by his
lawyers to have him released from
Matteawan for some time. This very
Important development came today In J
a statment relative to the divorce pro-
ceelngs brought by Mrs. Evelyn Nesblt
Thaw to annul her marriage to Thaw
on the ground that he was Insane when
she married him and that he Is Insane
at the present time.
Thaw's stay In tho state asylum for
the Insane at Matteawan depends more
or less now upon the outcomo of Ev-
olyn's suit. If the fact Is established
in this latest litigation that Thaw 1b
sane at the present timo he will be
liberated from Matteawan without the
necessity of a commission. It was said
today that therQ would not be oven an
attempt on tho part of Thaw's counsel
to have hjra liberated until the annul-
ment suit commenced by Mrs. Thaw
la disposed of
Mrs. Thaw's suit for divorce has
been brought In the supremo court and
the very earliest that It can be brought
to trial Is threo months There havo
been rumors current that some decid-
edly sensational ovldenco will bo
Drought forth at this 'litigation; but
balancing tills Is tho report that tho
entire litigation will bo very quiet and
Attorney A. RusBell Penbody who
is perhaps tho most friendly of
Thaw's counsel toward his client was
In Matteawnn yesterday and spont
some time with Thaw.
Mr Penbody said that ho would
hardly be Justified In going Into court
at this time and asking for tho re-
leaso of his cllont This was explained
to Mrs. Mary Copoly Thaw Harry's
mother before she departed for Pitts-
twrg. Prior to that Airs Thaw tho
elder entertained high hopes that her
son might be liberated at onco. While
Mrs. Thaw the mother remalndil In
New York principally on that account
ljer presence hero was needed more- or
less on account of tho suit Instituted
Tho Interview yesterday between
Thaw and Mr Peabody Is said to have
been a very violent ono and Thaw re-
called to tho lawyer that he Is receiv
ing a. vast feo and should bo actlvo
Jn getting hlSellent released.
"Get nio out of hore7-ThjjyUcred-4te4
with saying. "That's whaTTpwu.
paying you for" ho Is alleged to have Pi
According to the story Thaw In-
tend to Investigate In his own behalf
colors. The goods are
es irjraght. Our Shoe Depart- Hj
more replete with stylish foot- 9
of the "Famous Eclipse Shoes" jj
handsome an assortment of Ox- 5
Gun Metels Vici and JJ
linis too well known to need any
hereVeveryone who has worn it
praise for ;t--there is none better gg
when he does become a freeman. He
is thought to be suffering from hal-
lucinations brought about; by the ex-
citement of his wife's divorce case.
Littleton Ont of Case.
Thaw's lawyers' still have under re-
tainer five alienists. AH ol them have
visited Thaw and will continued to do
Another new development In tho
case today is the fact that Martin W.
Littleton who defended tho young
PIttsburger in hl3 second trial for tho
shooting of Stanford "White Is now
out of fae case entirely. Former As-
Istant District Attorney Daniel ORell-
ly has also severed his connection
with Thaw. However is he "UU re-
tained by Mrs. Thaw.
In tho Circuit Court oi the United
Stntcs for tho Northern District of
Texas nt Abilene
L. M. Bule and F. C. Weinert Plain-
Joseph R Morris Executor In his own
rlgh't; Hannah Morris et a. Defend-
ants. No. 71 in Equity
Upon the motion of M. M. Crane and
J. B. Dibrell counsel for L. M. Bulo
and F C. Weinert In tho above styled
cause and It appearing to the Court
that the defendant Hannah May Mor-
ris is not an Inhabitant of nor found
within this district nor has sho volun-
tarily entered her appearance herein
and' that pergonal service upon her
the said Hannah May Morris is not
practicable It Is hereby ordered that
said defendant Hannah May Morris
apper plead answer or demur to
tho said Bill filed by tho Plaintiffs
herein by tho 14th day of April 1908
and in default thecrof that the Court
will proceed to the hearing and ad-
judication of said suit and that this
order bo published In a newspaper to-
wlt Abilene Reporter once a week
for slx-consecutlvo weeks.
EDWARD It. MEEK Judge.
In Equity. In tho Circuit Court of
U. S Northern District of TexaB. L.
M. Bule and F. C. Wetnort Plain-
tiffs No. 71 vs. Jos. R. Morris Exe-
vutor et nl. Defendants. Order for
service by .publication. Filed 20 day
of February 1908.
LOJIS C. MAYNARD Clerk.
By W D. Glrand Deputy.
I Louis C Mnynard Clerk of the
United Stales Circuit Court fqr the
Northern District of Texas do hereby
certify that tho above and foregoing
Is a true wl correct copy of tho order
for Bervlco by publication in tho pase
of L. M. Bule etal. vs. Jos R. Morris
Executor et al as fully as tho same
remains on file nnd of record In my
oillco at Abilene Texas
Witness my hand and tho Beal of
said Court this the 20 day of Febru-
ary A D. 1008.
LOUIS 0. MAYNARD Clork-
By W D. Glrand Deputy.
For Sale C&wp.
Wo nro closing out our walking
anteLat a very low price. Brand
now planter nd guaranteed to do
ED. $ Jf WWWM-CO
INDIANAPOLIS IND March 24. In-
dlnna democrats nro beginning to gath-
er nt Indianapolis today for tho state
convention which will 'hold Its first
session tomorrow morning at cloven
o'clock. The convention will bo la
session for two days and Is expected
to bo Uio largest held by democrats in
recent years. Already a great number
of democrats have nrrlvcd In tho city
from all parts of tho Btato and many
more are continually coming In. The
city officers havo thrown opon tho city
Itself wldo to Its guests during tho two
days tho convention will bo In session.
AUSTIN March 24. Attorney Gen-
eral Davidson today declared that tho
statment of A. M. Kennedy of Waco to
tho effect that ho had received a feo
from tho American National Insurance
Company during tho suit In Austin In
which Davidson represented tho stato
was false. Davidson is a member of
a Galveston law firm representing tho
insurance company but he Bh6ws an
affidavit to tho effect that ho received
no part Of tho feo from thhlnBUranco
company Mr. Davidson's answer
caused a stir in state circles.
HONG KONG. CHINA. March 24.
Tho boycott crusade being agitated in
China is unmistakably growing. A
largo number of envelopes have been
found stuck on walls of the houses
In tho city with the following sentenc-
es: "The Japanese aro barbarloUB hum
bugs. Tho Chinese government does
not iovo people who are now weeping.
The Chinese will cause a bloodless boy-
cott of the Japanese Immediately and
can see the annihilation which It has
expected for a few years." This re-
markable proclamation is cerating a
lot of Interest abroad and Japan's next
movo will bo watched closely.
MEMPHIS TENN. March 24. Ono
man was Instantly killed another pro-
bably Injured and five others badly
hurt in a rear end collision between a
work train loaded with laborers and a
freight train 6n the Illinois Central
railroad early today. Tho accident oc-
curred at New South Memphis and was
caused by a dense fog which has pre
vailed in this vicinity all throughout
the early hours A;f the day. The dead
man Is Nlc Matlock thirty-two years
old one of the laborers. His body was
AUSTIN March 23. State Health
officer Brumby returned today from
San Angelo where hp has been for the
past several days and' announced that
he had filed suit against the Pullman
company for penalties for failure to
disinfect according to law their cars.
This Is tho first suit entered against
tho Pullman company or a railroad
company for "violation of this recent
If your chest pains and you aro
unable to sleep because of a cough
Buy a bottle of Ballard's Horehmmd
Syrup and you won't have any cough.
Get a b6ttlo now and that cough will
not last long. A cure for all pul-
monary diseases Mrs. J Galves
ton Texas writes: "1 can't say enough
for Ballard's Horehound Syrup. The
relief It has given me Js all that Is
necessary for me to say." Sold by Mrs.
L. H. Bradfleld.
Both Phones No. 7.
Corner Pino nnd North 4Ui.
W. R Nelll of Buffalo Gap left this
morning on a business trip to Clyde
and other points east
Both Phones No. 7.
Corner Pine nnd North 4th.
Newt. Brookreson and wife and A.
M. Wright wero among tho contingent
from Buffalo Gap Wednesday.
Corner Pino and North 4th.
Miss Annlo McLaln of Cameron who
has been here visiting tho family or
Rov. J. M. Skive left for her homo
and remember tho next timo you suf-
for from pain caused by damp weath-
er whon your head nearly burst from
neuralgia try Ballard's Snow Lini-
ment. It will cure you A prominent
business man of Hempstead Texas
writes: "I havo uqed your liniment
Previous to using It I was a groat suf-
ferer from rheumatism and Neuralgfa.
I am pleased to say that now I am
free from these complaints I am suro
I owo this to your llnlmont" Sold by
Mrs. L. H. Bradfleld.
For Snlo Cheap.
Wo are closing out our walking;
Planters at a very low prlco. Brand
now planters and guaranteed to do
ED. S. HUGHES-CO.
Both Phones No. 7
Corner Pino and North 4th.
Ftfr Sale ClienjM
Wo nro closing out our walking
Planters nt n vory Jow prle Brnnd
new planters and guaranteed to do
ED S. HUGHES-CO
stato law. Brumby declares that mdny
others will In all probability follow
saying that this Is oho law which must
DAYTON OHIO Mnrch 23. Mrs. Fan-
nlo Elisor aged forty and son nged
fifteen wero fatally burned today in
an explosion of keroseno nt their
home. It sqemB that tho boy tried to
hasten a flro In tho cook stovo by pour-
ing korosono over tho smoldering blazo
And that n torrlflc "oxloslon followed
which throw burning branda and koro-
seno over the persons of tho mother
and son. Both of them wero terribly
burned and aro today In a dying condi-
tion at a local hospital. If It had not
been for several nolghbors coming In
tho houso would alsd havo been des-
troyed. PEKIN CHINA March 21. Chlncso
authorities on March 17th Inaugurated
scenes of wholesale arrests of reform-
ers and suspected revolutionists. Up
to tho present time no less than a
hundred men havo been taken Into cus-f
tody. It is reported that many of tho
prisoners aro of official rank some of
them very high In tho servlco of the
Emperor. Ono of them Is a member of
the family of Wang Wen Shae former
grand councellor In tho kingdom. Most
of the prisoners have been educated
abroad and recently come to Pekln
from outlying provinces. Some of tho"
m6n arrested say they will appeal their
cases to tho Emperor direct declaring
tho arrests to be outrages.
FORT WORTH March 21. The
democratic Stato executive committee
reconvened here today at the hotel
Worth with Chairman George A. Car-
den presiding for the purpose of re-
tlon of delegates by tho primary to the
National convention. J. M. Edwards of
Tyler who introduced the resolution
prior to tho meeting here anb which
was lost today offered the same reso-
lution which calls for a primary elec-
tion on May 2 county executive com-
mittees to bear expenses. Victories
candidates will be announced at tho
state convention on May 23 here. The
resolution referred to the committee of
five which met this afternoon.
ASPERMONT March 21. Buntran
Sadeck was found murdered today
eleven miles north of this city. He had
been shot and struck on the head with
an axe. His head was badly mutila-
ted from thejblow of tho axe. When
his body was found decomposition had
set in. Mr Sadeck was first missed
last Wednesday. Tho common belief
was after he failed to make his ap-
pearance that he had been murdered
and a search was mado for his body.
To date four men have heen arrested
charged with the crime or complicity.
J. D. Harris an old Callfornlan but
now living In Abilene placed on exhib-
it at the 25000 club room this morning
a weed resembling Alfalfa which he
called tillorhoe and says it is equal
to clover or Alfalfa for feed and that
It grows luxurlautly In the Sun Flower
state with but little moisture.
Both Phones N. 7.
Corner Pine and North 4th.
Rev. W. E. Morgan of this city who
has been for the past two months
preaching In various sections of Okla-
homa came In yesterday afternoon.
Both Phones No. 7.
Corner Pine nnd North 4th.
Ben F. Graham was In from Gedar
Gap Tuesday and reported 40 acres of
his May wheat now heading. He has
other later wheat we learn.
Alico Roosevelt's Wedding
was something to be recorded In the
annals of history. Herblno bas been
acknowledged the greatest of liver
regulators A positive cure for Bilious
head aches Constipation Chills and
Fever and all Jlver complaints J
C. Smith LJttle Rock Ark. writes
"Hetalne Is tho greatest llvor medi-
cine itnown. Havo used It for years.
It doea tho work." Sold by Mrs L.
B. S. Hancock has bought the gen-
ornl merchandise business of J. S Mc-
Crlght at Potosl and will conduct It
nt tho old Btand
Jiofli Phones No. 7.
Corner Pino nnd North 4th.
G A. Collins nnd wlfo of Clyde who
havo been visiting tho former's father
hero J. F Collins loft for their home
Both Thoues No. 7.
Corner Pino nnd North 4th
Chief Clinton reports tho fourth caso
of small pox on Mosquito streoto north
pf tho oil mill. Tho cases havo nil
been of a vory mild form however
nnd ho hopes this ono will prove like-
wise. Both Phones No 7.
Corner Pino and North 4th.
aw-WMMH II II II
Misses Elite Dunn nnd Joslo Estes
of Clyde havo returned to their homes
after having visited relatives here.
Read the Cards
in our Shoe win-
dow during the
March '19h to'
J. G. Brown
"WILL GET AFTER THE
SOCIAL CLUBS FOR TAXES.
AUSTIN March 24. Secretary of
StateDavie has evolved a scheme
whereby he hopes to collect between
$5000 and $10000 taxes from the sev-
eral 'sociahclubs' heretoforo chartered
and now In existence In Texas. These
clubs were formally chartered'to con-
duct literary charitable and education-
al works but most of them conducted
social clubs where liquor was dispens-
ed. Numbers of them wero founded
and conducted In prohibition townB In
order to give their members an oppor-
tunity to secure liquor tho saloons
having been voted out. Others wero
created In wet precincts In order to
sell liquor on Sundays.
Mr. Davlo is having the list of such
concerns compared with those paying
an Internal revonuo license for the salo
of liquor. Such payment Is a' sure in-
dication that tho clubs do ongage in
the liquor business and Mr. Davie pro
. jit i- Xni rtffirfcZS lSWH Mf nSTI L AfTvlfcS. S bbbv
TeUscopa axl? can bo tot lor wldo or narrow track. It will not work tooae
Tho beat can bo net anywhere to suit tho height nn4 weight ol driver
Whtn usjdaa a walker tho Jointed eat rail can bo thrown forward out of tha
way t ho tension can bo adjmtcdlromthq scat and 8npB can bo tettqeoun'
torbahncu tho weight ol light or heavy gangs Thq Mircnder Im atlJuBta-
bio from tho Heat by a hand latch Tho hitch Is low but with atrplo clear-
ance. Wlio-ls nro 44 Inches high nnd havo dast-prool removable boxel" permit-
ting the use ol hard oU The Ylctpri ara "top-notctwr" In every way.
ED. S. -HUGHES-CO.
poses to compel such clubs to pay tho
annual franchise tax. of $10 each. In-
asmuch as there are between 500 and
1000 of these concerns' tho tax of $10
each will amount to something sub-
stantial in tho aggregate. Tho last
legislature prohibited tho organization
of such clubs without capital stock un-
less they be strictly for educational
literary or charitable purposes. Those
proposed to bo taxed were chartered
prior to the passage of thoiact last
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