Abilene Daily Reporter (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 14, No. 334, Ed. 1 Friday, August 12, 1910 Page: 1 of 8
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ABILENE TEXAS FIUDAY AUGUST 12 10X0
Ad J UMi Joj
OVKU AIjIiUOBD "WIFE DI.SKKT10X)
SORDINO WOMAN POUILH OVT
STORY OF WHONHROINN.
A PITEOUS SCENE ENACTED
Unfortunate Wife VltI Hnby In Anns
Arrfrcat T. & P. Station Scant
a Minute 'After Depart-
arc of Train.
.( i " i "'
"Oh. stop tho train! My husband
ia on. It. Don't pIoubc don't let my
"husband lcavo mo!"
Thesq piteous words shoutod in ag-
onized grief by aVjobblnR woman close-
ly holding In hcAnrms a baby created
a wild sensation on tho ToxaB & Pa-
cific platform this morning. The con
ductor liad called out "all aboard" and
the whools or the 9:47 oastbound pns-
acnger had begun tomove. Slowly tho
Then a Boream sounded and a fran-
tic woman her face distorted with
grief sprang through the Heart oC tho
"Oh stoo the train! My husband
is on it. bon't. please don't let my
husband leave me!"
Tho -stop signal was given the em
gineer threw on hfs omergencyt then
as no person present volunteered to
board the train and make a search
the highball was signaled and the
train pulled out
A crowd rapidly gathered. Men
pushed their way closer with scant
' .. n nrilnv tn hear the UOlOr-
. tunate woman's story. There she stood
in tho midst of scores of sympathetic
men. the tear8 coursing unhcedod down
her cheeks her form stifled with sobs.
She would not listen to pleadings from
the men nearby she would not go to
her hotel sh0 would not Isave the
spot but in a choked voice poured out
the tale of her .injuries at tho hands
of her husband.
. Her homo is at Rotan. Night before
1 last sho came lntTAblleno from Iberia
'after visiting her father PWtt
farmer. of. that neighborhood uo
stopp'ed at tho Roysdon rooms.
This morning her husband said to
. ..... -.1.11. n merchant.
her ne naa pubihwd ........ --- -
hut would return to her shortly After
.he left she discovered ins ".-
was missing. Without a moments
hesitation sho hastened to the depot
arriving as the train left.
While they were eliciting tho story
from her quivering lips a freight train
passed the scene. It Is the belief that
a tragedy was averted onl hj tne
prompt action of a brawny spectator
who gripped the woman's arm just as
she tottered toward the track.
-Finally under the continued persua-
sion of the men standing about the
Justice of the Peaqo and friends of her
father the weeping woman turned her
.. inti.tirnri) nnii wan led to her
room. Parties got into communion-
i T) TJ Vrtattnv I
tion with nor minor . .. -m-.
of Iberis and Informed him that his
daughter Mm. W. W. Gllsson had
been left hero by hor husband' Tho
old gentleman lost not an Instant. In
ton minutes his young son hffd started
In a buggy for Abilene to take his
sister hack" with him where uoum-
less a reception awaits her that will)
. . . - ..ii. -l.i .....n.nra thp n:iln .
allpviate m a bukui i""; -
that is eating into her faithful heart
1JS.N MIKU WORKERS PRESENT j
AT ISDCANl'OLIS CONVENTION
Itv soelrted Press.
INDIANAPOLIS Ind.. Aug. 12
Twelve hundred delegates are in at'
tendance at the United Mine Workers .
convention In ten days session hero.)
...i.i.u tt.n lnrraot rnnrnRentatton in I
the history of tho organization. The
credentials committee was unablo to-
report and the convention adjourned
until this afternoon i
The Roportor has received copies of
the August Issue of Holland's Maga-
zine and all subscribers of the Repor-
ter who will call at tho offlco and pay
.. ' ..i.-i.ilAno Inr nun month In
advance will receive a copy of Hoi-
LIFELESS BODY FOUND IN
GALVESTON MAN MURDERED
anaoinl in Tlm Tlnnorter:
wov'"' " "-- - . ..
GALVESTON Aug 13 ano iuuibbb i
b6dy of Olaf Peterson aged Blxty was
found in an alley half a block from
tho nollco station at four 'o'clock thla
morning. The man's neck was ternuiy
slashed and. a long deep cut In tho
back of the neck lead the police to be.
Have It Is a case of murder and not
sulsl(l nl that tue crime was tlkidy
commt(t5jl ' with robbery as a motlvn
Mr Folllo M Fisher of the Gulon
commypRY oawed through Abilene to
f'ay on thpjr wav to Marshall Mo.t to
- -" -' eek visiting the for-
nwr's daujfcUr. I ' iT77
Annuiil Iti'iti'lla on Toilnj
WASHINGTON I). ('. Aug 12
Tlu annual rogottn National
Abhoo.IuUoii of Auiatour Oars-
men lipgnn on tho Potomac at
vluvvn o'clock this niomlng.
Oarsmen from nil sections of
the country will be In atten-
dance nml tnko part In tho con-
tests. There are seventy-tour
ehtlro and prlaetf uggregaifng
flvo thcniHiind dollars. Today's
cortlests are seven In uutubor
The first I'ueo Ib scheduled for
tlireo o'clock The day opened
perfectly with just a faint touch
wind favoring tho onrotnon nnd
a bank of white clouds In tho
distance to tako off somo of the
excessive heat Thousands of
collego men from all parts of
tho country will be present and
root for tholr respective cham-
plond. Yale has the biggest dc-
o o o o ( o o q v : o o C"i o o
ALDRICH PUNS TO
HOPES TO WIN OVER VOLUNTEER making dally iMlgrlumgos to the hospi-
STATE IN FAIjL AND BREAK tal tor neww leganling his condition
VOTE OF SOLID SOUTH ' went uwny .greatly encouraged. It Is
Uib hellof that the distinguished P-
' Ucnt will slowlv but nuroly recovoi.
BUT CAN HE ACCOMPLISH IT?
'n-covery Is practically assured nils
j statement Was made today by the may-
JtepublicuiiH Racked Bj Independent or's sou who has" been keeping a "dog
Will Likely Elect GoYernor In
Fall .Elections But He Will
v Be StrictI Insurgent
niMmni it M 4.. in a II
oiii VEjixui . iti.tsn. jvu& ii. n. cutt i
from Snnntnn N.ilson Alill-Inh of Rhode
Island laying plans to captu
nesseo for tho republican this
and further topsultations on the
installation of model postal havings.
banks occupied Piusldont Taft's time
ltwa stated several days ago that
Senator 'Aldrleh: doting patent of thuriodu and m to their winii
tariff bill now Jn
oit- Tennessee and
ting the "Solid South'
can bide this fall
day conflinis tlm
account of the political status in Ten-1
npsRee a this time. The republlcaus t
and independent democrats have form-
ed a coalition to drive the presont ad-
ministration or the liquor interests
as exemplified in the person of pres-
ent" Governor M. R. Patterson out of
power. In the recent primaries the
combined toho'rtn of republicans and
Independents overturned the adminis-
tration by somo fifty thousand votes.
In the fall elections Patterson's op-
ponent will be republican backed; hy
the Indopendont vote and it Is coiiBid-
uicd cortaln that the combined forced
will drive thq governor from the cap-
'' . ... .
Senator Aldrlch overlooking the tact
that the backbone of republicanism In
Tennosseo Is Insurgency which means
antl Aldrlchlsm laying his plans for
nn extensive campaign and If needs be
will personally canvass the stato for
To avoid this turn of hffnlrs sonic
of Patterson's friends have
the race .
IIHIJICO mill VU Wllllllinn UllIU HIU riltu
i. .- ...l 4 l. i.
uopng in uus way ui wm '" ;
fiipport oi tno lnuepenuent. .luuicinry
os the insurgent wing of the dpmo-
. ... m . ..n t
party In Tennessee is cnll-
GUARANTEED DANDRUFF CUKE
Beware of the druggist who tells
you that any chor hair tonic Is Just'
as good as Pofaslan Sage he knows
bettor. nv f
McLemorelnsB Du(rCotls the
agent for prlslanage andjthey will
not try tolveVou BometMlg just as
good becusihey knowy(it ji
Sago is ;yrantevdAtolufflfliindriiff.
stop faVufk hair jindtuRfall disease
of thoftfcalp Vajcfmmkw& or
and Is n
lr Hull? andrbenutlful
They will guara
Made In Amor
lea only by Gl
Buffalo. N. Yj
girl with the ap
burn hair oi:
Stock Market '
Spoclnl to Tho Rf porter
FbRT WORTH- Aug. 12-M?attlo 2-
000 Hogs 700. Steers Bteady tops
S5.00; cows steady tops ?3.G0; calyea
higher tops G; bogs higher tops
nin"' Ren for MllouBn hve no
superior. Try them.
vogue has his .blcl the ...Uor Will be n.l VT ;" tl lhl8" 10nfnK. 7"s Mm?:Z
over to the ropubll- . ... . .... .1 - 7." ' i.S ..! rv.e at H"l" oininlttci. investlgatlna Senator' -" ' b -- "" ""
and' his call oft- ."" """ol """"'' "i . ..-... . .. ... Gmo's bribery cluircew S(ott. who tcs uo """ ciiwuiiinumimi .u. . rvi
it announcement. '"" """" k'" .u.....f- . - ... .... .- tlfltsl iluit ho acted u n iigoit fori"" wue"u """ uv" IOUu wuu "V
niriro elienr til than helms boon slice Tile BlHlO HrOMS Wlll'M. .. . . 1 1 (ntilli- n llio miir.W eninni IHml.
REPORTS FROM HOSPITAL STATE
atVNOH PASSED A UKSTFUl. .
FOURTH DAY SINCE INJURY
And Wounded Mbh Rnitles For Ills
Mfn With Same Courage That
Clinniclerliied lUn Fight
AgulliNt Erll Dorrs
Nl3r YORK Aug. 111. likproSBloiw
of onfcourngenient on tho part pt nil
watqhora by tho hcdsldo of W J Gfty-
npr. uBhoreil In tho fourthydnjr of his
couiageotiB fight for reCoiyJrom a
dangorous 'wound Infllctcd'UeBday by
I .iiiivn iiuiiHip vjinKir"". j
An'enrly morhlng bulletin posted at
the entrance of St. Mary's hospital was
ui tied as follows:
1 ".Mayor Gaynor pnssud .a good night
Bleeping aovon h6urs. Hj is comfor
' tiibk' tliis morning and in an oxcollent
) FrlenilH of thouiuyor who had been j
Ri'COTcr) AliiMist AsHurvd
Ititrring aci'ldonts Mayor Guynpr'a
J watch" over his father's bedside for
thiep conbcctitlve nights.
"I think every indication points to
a favorable outcome" said young Gu-
1 not' "The physicians with whom J
rilllil'l llHHlircO II1U Lllill JULUUI iuuiu
- v; 7 ui ...
unro.cseon iii-eldnnta orc-m hla re.w-
wy la assured
Wlfi N Broken Bonn
not IM ""ing ueiun aim ... -H.vno
.lts Gaynui whyst- anxiety over her
iniBbaud's condUIOii has i educed her
to u state of iMrous" ptoatiatloil was
nrevailed upon to leave the hosplta
I think we have MUuly passed the
. LIIOIP V- (.. ...V.4 I.1IU M.J...r .1.
..(ufo f I. In !' irt.i.l fl... rffwtn'.J "tittil
all 1 need Is careful Jockeylrg.
Beyond asking what 'sfuUiiuuiits
Jules. J. Gallughei the attempted slat-
er had made Maor Gaynor djd not
once refer to hib ussallant.
' If tlie mayor continues to improve
a few of hlfi Intimate friends will be
admitted ia the hick iqoiii Sunday f-
toi noon -i r
THE PltrCE OF Sl'EEL
1UILS HAHEEV cirr
N10W YORK Aug. il-T-Foroeusts of
tho annual report of tho Aiupilcan
smelting and Itotining' Company an-in
IclmiIat0II ln tUe Btreol( linU f.H0 lft
v .. . . . .. . i .
I.UVU JgL into iw ii novui j ufs.r "
about $:i00.0)0 lesrf than last ciir-
Should sueh a report actually be in.nle
It would bo natural to expect a rulnc-
. tion In the dividend. The agreement
dreams of upset-'ns condition wnrrilnt. W ..i wi.fo.i rmiuHmM of svm- '"""'I'tce.i on ttie witness stand to.tay " '""'" l"" l
by winning the '.. s nil..rfll " " llrtlVi.i...i r.n commute; of "' 0"or s-cott .hofoio the congres- '"'"'"' '' ..... ..
lu'r.niin! fniti on ' f i . . .Miwmi v in many 01 (iieso u i iiors r ' ' '
lb caileil loitti on rril.Hll. Tin debute OVor the en mile law In ... . A. ..... ..'.. .... .. Mrininr ir.i.. iiiu kmIii
. ... . I . . ' . K1"'i me inuor looir ini inin ins on-- -i-" - n ... n-...
among copper producers to reptiUt'unrt th(J chap Hl)HUliI1C(lf T10 H(te
... . ' .
?. Ha 18';01"K ;Q rlu p!' tainiiiBB oi
" "''i" v ........ """''''
Of cheap miitoilal
!"' "" "
W0IlW U hurt tho
ClllUUCin Ull l
. n.nt .iinl i tiit uiii
" ' HLSbmSiZ th
"urt tne smeiuiif nusnuss jiihi uun
f The dlrpctorB might bo doing a con
sldoratlvo thing to reduce tho dividend
Thero Is somo talk of a meeting within
a week or so to doclde tho mnttur
The prlco of Bteel rails has boon cm
$1.G0 a ton by Carneglo Company ac-
cording to persistent ropo"rts. Thero
are official denials but circumstantial
confirmation of the report persists
ki..f iol Hnoltollon. wno neon.
MlhII U.n ow... ..... .. - .
the day was a very satisfactory
"'".: " ' ...!... 4..j
.mmu inuiwmy ""1.-J' --:::-
.. . a. n. hitii nofrip Tiinr mivu dtti t-w hii
out ta give tne oears an-.ino siovmi
vS'wthSwwZtr i0 W thc "nondinont. and hls'wbo Is considered In the light of n
..L!.0nLP" TlE ?u?Zr. 'motion prevailed by a vote of 70 to bureau of Information by local neyvB
iur mum. t. a
kot but Bhortovcrlng and tho extent
of tho short interest is surprising me
Those who are advancing tho list
. . niiov Qtopkn 'will sell much I
mver this year and they are tnfhw.
to got a ingnnr inane on "iw' w
moke further liquidation Is acting ox-
nrtly ns forecast a week aen bv mem -
hers of tho New York banking synill-Jalx
cntn that contributed to relievo the
Pfsrson svndlcnte of lt load.
Money op call was easy. Government
hond are firm llallrowl bonds flnn
Time loans easier. '
Mra O. G. Smith and children o'
Italv who visited Mrs.W. Tl. Ho'o
s Iperln pftM4 through Abilene this
morning returning to their home.
PROS TfiV TO SAVE
TEN MILE MEASURE
SI.'NATOU C'OFKH LEVELS SHAFTS O
AT ClUTiriKM AT "STEAjr
STOKES OF CnOCKETT DEAU
Seiiaior From l.'Ith District Pasties
A iij In San Antonio Senate
Drupes Dr.sk And Passes
Set f Resolutions
HM-ciiil to The Iteportcr.
AUSTIN Aug 12. .The house thlsJ0
morning took up for consideration the'
now Jnsuraneo bill as reported from
ho cothnilttoo and on a motion by Tor-
roll of Bexar pending business was -
potpone( and the measuro road by
the cluik to the members. Close at
tention ws given the readings
Speaker Mnrshall reminded the
home that l"t one of the five work-ini-'
daji of the spoclnl session wore
loll and that much needs be done.
HIIIk were Intioduecd providing Tor
a. (otunilsslon form of (tovcfunient In
tin' cities of Snn Antonio nnd Denlson.
A ooureronci' conimlttec was appoint-
ed to confer with a senate committee
on a bill prohibiting tile showing In the
state of moving plctute fight films.
This is a direct blow at the promoters
of the Jeffries-Johnson fight pictures.
A contest will likely develop before
tills measuro Is piused.
Steam Holler Blocked
The prohibiten contingent In the
senate nttomiHod to tnni the slcaiu
(toller tislde this moinlng rind savo the
ten mile law Torer and otlior pro sen
atorjj offered u resolution itcmntidlng
Judicial y romtnfteo No. 2 vvhlch yes-
tot day postponed consideration of the
tmeasuio until August 'ip. to repon ii
at 0MQ fop .fifnW Cofpr vlR.
orpusly apstillcdikintl and tlioli
uupoda fr Idlllifgfth&.lHU. Tho gnl-
measuto until AilguSt S 'to report it
Lirftio wr urnfiilndlwini Indies wluihii
1 pmarC. V St
The desk of
the Senate giow waim today when
Cofor declared tho arllon of tho Judi-
ciary Commltte In postponing a re-
port on tho bill was equivnlcnt?to a ro
tusnl to permit " vto It by the
Mcachum moved to table tho reso
....-i. ...!.-... t... ii ...T.. s ' . . .. and finc-linlr mllllnita In ntlinr . (nna I
iiW. Mw.ii.i i'riinnIft inlffl-mli Iflil- lll"ltlt Mftn ' .' "' . ..'.m.uii-w.. .p-v ..j.....L.a ..
lution and lie was followed i.y rncn-(t((n
flnlil iitwI wlllnev i l
"" " r
House Accepts Viva Yocc. .
Tiio House accented viva voce mo
... .... ... ..r . . .... .. '
iconiniltienfl huusuiiuo lor mo new m-
l""mm " ;""Tl "' w " r7n":
suhnnco liw and th bll Ijn lnlnB
rfad section by Bectlon and .amend-
ments offercl Imlf pas one Colo.
L..n..... T1I..m Utfn.i.1 III lirdlll
L.'l ...... Trillion Ulnnllli. I'll lirillll
t?v " .'..." i- -
Following tho f pooch or iiraciifyuu
who suppoited Cofor's demand that tho
ten mile law bo acted upon Immediate
ly Mcachum moved that debate on tile
nuest Ion Im limited n Oiiee minutes
The opposition claimed the motion out
of order but tho point wak overruled
tlllli lim .t ...........
( vnlu nf 1(- t(i u (()hij pKivlwiis
o ties tion on Moachuiu's motion to ne
)m)te( t0 ttirnn tuluittes on each jildo.
. . ...Ill f clw.1 ill llllll.l
'"'"""'" " " - ""
'cfwK """ il '8 "' 0.U '"T""
wt tlm roso ut on ciilMns
"-" - ' ' . v -
for thKblll frotn tho couunHteo.
Unutenunt Governor Davidson ap-
pointed Adams and Kolllo of the antls
and Rntllff and Perkins of the pros to
nttend the funeral of Senator Htokcs.
By such division neither side will lose
votes on account of tlio-funernl.
'Amendment Is Tabled.
Whon.tho second section of the now
Insurance bill was holnir road O'Brien
moved for an iiniendmont providing tho
"O miuw uim wiW " ' """
.J 4I UlltuHllltO 1(111
lui "" " ......-
finmnhell would anno nt ouo member
-- t -- --. .
anA Rnintiltt another. Jennings mov.
"V"r"V" .V"'""' : hl
i. iao tl nn -nr'npunil until two I
7 'The house then recessed until two
FLATHE8 6 MILES FROM" Illfl
SPKTJH? CAUSES WtKM) LOSS
DIG SPRING Aug. 18-FJre pt n
.i. hunk imluv itnutrnvnd h rnl
" ""' - ....- ...- ..-.
d'ut0 otijn Mr Hunter nix miles oaht
' of town causing a property los? of
tltopsand dollurs. The family were
nsieep ai ine iiniu anu i'otwi- uum
the burning bulldln-j in their night
rlothes. It Is believed tho fire wa of
Incendiary origin and the police Is i
work on flues
Mrs. W. A- Laiishlln nml children
formerly of m Janett St left tod.gy
for Waco to Join the former's husband
District Manager of tho Praetorian.
& v a o o o & ob o o o tf it o $
FMlOD DAMAHK APPALINH.
)ly Assoclntcd ProcH:
TOKIO Japan Aim. 12-h-vtistnlloti
many districts by tho floods
of the past few days has been
nppitllug according to Informa-
tion received hero this morning
from atithotltatlVe sources
Wliol" towns nnd villages hnve
boon wnsheil awny and luind-
rods of HvchMui'vo beeii lost. Jn
tho vicinity of Toklo nlono.
whoro the floods rnged furious-
ly thirty thousand homes wore
submerged with n property loss
amounting to fully a million
dollars nnd several hundred
lives lost. Tho condition of tho
pooror people who hnve boon
driven from their hoinen like
nits Is piteous whole families
starving for the barest necess-
ities of life. "The government
will tnko decided action and
give Immediate succor to the
.'. .;. .; .;. . ; i o iJOOO
IS BROUGHT OUT
WITH IIIM EHENCE TO McJIIIHHAY
AD HIS UET.HICH.OUICK
PLANNED $4500000 BAKE OFF
t.'corge Scotlt JIcMumo's Agent Tcll
Of What He Know of iMeMurni)
And the Lattcr'n Dealings
With Choclow Brum
Sp.fi.U to Tio Hup
SULPHUR. OK.. t
A'cMurray had a e
Aug. 12.' That J. F
pntrnct with t'Hoc-
aw Indians by
whleh In the Bale of
tneicjanos no was to receive not on
ly three million dollnis attorneys' Joes
llll liltin mni1 ...1tl4.i . .. .Vi.
iibiciuiuiun uiiiuiih iur win;
fidnuco and showed blin the contiarU-
Im had tor tho throe millions.
Scott tin (her testified that if all the
contracts 'McMurray held with tho In
dians were successfully executed the
attorney would secure almost five mil
lion dollars In foes for the sales on a
)Uhb of HOgroftftt0( 'noy purchased tlckotB to LoulBVllle
' ..... ... ..i r
inn tiunhn I innux wnrtli twniirv nil.'1.
Uons. . .- i-iit'-"---'1"
jour opinion. Mr. Scott" asked
"IP mm of Hn committee "won
. ... .. t .... '
tupd (lm (((bu ;.
.. L . . . . !
non was a ra
Hon was a fair oHtlmitted value."
-j jIV0 tjt 0mlnpd every subdl-
vision Intended to be offered for snle"
replied the witness "but from What I
hnve. seen of (be Innd I would say that
twenty mllHon dollars would bo n lair
price Tweuty-flvo million would le
too much to gle for those lauds"
I'U'llll.l W.M .W.I O.I ... . ...... f..
.....j j. iikm'i n 111 MhiillL IWI
Mr .McMurrny did you think thuu that
ho was tnk'ng part In a dlslinmst
"I .11.1 I !.. H...4 M.M
"' """ ih ..hhumi. vv.i-.. . -
lV"H ftn x"oIy forUinnto man lnt'nH will be hero tomorrow t consider
I RimtmRe.i. from ti niihiti.tiv win. Hit. Hnliler b 111 tbmon'ow and t in cont-
v " '"" ...
which he acted ho was doing bo with
tho full consent or nil parties engaged
in the ansfors."
i Holliiml'K Magarlnp.
I llli n...H t. -..! 1 ...... f .f
V "u n;iuii nun ivuviruu umiiun qi
the August issue of Holland's Maga
zliio and all subscrlbera of the Repor-
tor who will call at tho offlco and i
tholr BUbscrlptlbna for ono month In
advance will receive a copy of Hoi-
... . f
ELECTION ON A 8ATURDAY
INSTEAD OF ON A WEDNESDAY
County Commlfislonor N D Cobb.
L'lithnrerH.lnfnrmnil flin Ilennrlnr Indnv
that tho good roads bond election Is to
be held on Saturday September 17
Instead of Wednesday Soptembor 17
us stated In tills paper yesterday.
Today's bcbbIoii of Commissioners
Court was merely roiitino. The mut-
ter of filing delinquent tax suits wai
doferred for tho present on account of
The CommluBloiiors have had road
matters under consideration most of
tho day and hnve conferred wth im
merous fanncra front tho south end
of the county.
Mrs S J Fields of WIUb Point
who visited relatives at Haskell wn
n vlfl'tor In Abilene today en route ot
N'OTOHlOl'S PPH1S0NER BH01U1UT
TO SCENE OF CHIME BY
NO DtMONSTRATION MADE
Di'lccllrcs Qiile'ly Ecnros Train an
Effect Entrnnro Into City In
Automobile the Prisoner
Still Denies Guilt
LOUISVIIiM-1 ICy Aug. 12 JoBoph
Wcttdllng arrested In Snn Francisco
on n charge of murdering Alma Kolt-
nort eight cnr old daughter of mil-
lionaire Frank Kolner wnri brought
Into l-hulsvllle by Chief or Defectives
Cftrnoy at eight twonty-flvo o'clock
thin morning and quickly taken to tho
ISntriineo was effected Into the city
In mi automobile Wondllng having
boon taken from the train at 01 tiny.
Carnov feared that If the party arrived
by rnl a demonstration might ho made
on the pilBonarc He did hot carp to
tako mid chances as there is a largo
rownnl for someone In case of his con-
viction C'mittarv to his fears Cnrnoy hud no
trouble with spnetatorft. Few people
saw tho party noma Into town nnd
there was no demonstration "Wond-
llng did not nppcar uorvQUs and aald
n few words to tho nowspnpor men
who wore waiting at the city hall
for their arrival.
Wendllng Already Indicted.
Wcndllng has already boon indicted
by tho grand Jury on a charge of mur.
dorlng Alma Kellnor and socrotlnfc
tluv body In the basomont of St. 3oluC
i parochial schgol of which ho was
jauuur. i. ih iiaoiy inui iiiero win
" ono or lwo contlunancCs grunted
uotoro a uqaring is given ami no win
be held to answer lo Criminal court.
The Ivelltter's huvc engaged somo of
tho leading iittornoyB of Louisville to
nssls) the District Attornoy In prose-
cuting tho tnsc. It lrt probhlAcMfchM
Pup? TI'iMiugli Henderson
lltfVPrcHSON Ky Aug. 2--Josopli
Wendllng In chnrgo of'Detectlyo Car-
ney passed through hero onrly today.
Piriw nnd hi prisoner occupied a
Btateroom on tho Pullman with the
bunds down and tho door locked. Car-
ntt It Ih h' Hovcd Jw Intends leaYlng-the
train before reaching the nceno of the
i m: t J3Bv
TO FlflHT NPIDER HILL
COMPRESS 3IBN ASSEMHLL'
A T; Tox;ah 0lrB
pri'HH men firo assembling tonight for'
n ornlforAiH'o to b(. bold tomorrow to
lain) action ngalnst tho "spider bill".
Introduced In the l-wglslnturo In re-
sponse to tho Governor's moiisngo at
tho Instance of the longshoremen nnd
InhororH who handle haled cotton 1
A. Hooper of Austin president of the
Texas Compress Association. Is 111 at
his residence and tomorrow's meeting
will bo presided Over by J. II. W
Steele of fjalveston vice president.
Cotnpioss ownors fiom all over Tox-
- ..--- - ...
press men will appear in opposition
i thereto. Unless tho memborB return
from Galveston tho committee session
. will probably go over to Friday
Tho bill niiikos It mi offense to per-
nil. tnnun ttli1u nf llftnflu Oil eoltnll Iinlett
I ""i "" '" --
which lacerate the longBhoremyn and
othors who aro forced to handle tho
cotton. Tho offense Is punishable by
a fine of 91000 In oach Instance and
$2150 to the Commission ot Labor for
every mich defective bale ho bind.
Tho omproBg men will contend that
this Is conpBditory unreasonably and
unjust. They will point out that nnmv
000000 bales of Oklahoma cotton are
handled nt Galveston or other Texm
ports ouch BqaBon and Is eor hi
creiiBlng nnd that such cotton will
not bo BUbJect to tho pvnaltlCH of the
"spider bill." Thla Ib discrimination
tho Texas mon claim
A vigorous fight Is to br niuda
ngulnBt tho bill. It wns intioiluced
by JeiiB Moller of GalvoHtgn
All tho church choirs of the city aro
requested to come together at the First
Prrsbytnrinn fhitrc' this evening
8-30 o'clock. Mr. Boon will
charge pf the practice looking to tho
union temperance meeting of nil tho
churches at the Opera House next
W P. Mlxon left this morning for
Athens on a btiBlneiH. trip nnd will
he absent from the city several dsys
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