The Abilene Daily Reporter (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 25, No. 127, Ed. 1 Monday, October 1, 1923 Page: 2 of 8
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THE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TEXAS
innKSB WlIiSON EStTAN'EtS
GRAND JURV AND TAKK8 UP
BOCKET OI-1 WHAT IS TO BUS
The October term of this Abilene
division of the United States Court
for the Northern Division of Texas
opened In the federal courtroom
hera Mndny niorhlng at ton o'clock
with Federal Judge James u. wii-
bo on the bench.
The grand Jury which had been
srammoned to Investigate viola-
tions of federal statutes -was called.
Excuses for bclnc released from
aertlee wero heard by the court a
the first order of business. Ap-
proximately 20 member of the
'jrrand Jury were retained. D. D.
Parramoro of Ablleno was ap-
pointed foreman of tho grand Jury
utter the body had been sworn
A very short charge was given
the grand Jury by Judge "Wilson.
He advised that only twelve mem-
bers of the body needed to vote
for a bill to return It regardje?? of
whether the remainder wero Jn favor-
Tho Investigations of tho grand
jury nro limited to postofflco vio-
lations violations of national bank
laws counterfeiting and narcotic
Violations Judge. Wilson said In his
All criminal cases now on tho
docket were set down for trial on
next Monday -with ono execution.
Tho 1 J. Rrynn case under tho
national bank statutes was set xor
trial October 10 approximately
two days being required to try the
Tho petit jury that had been
summoned for tho week was thon
called and sworn Hevcral excuses
wcro entered by members of thu
Jury somo of these being excused
by tho court- The petit Jury Was
excusod until S o clock aloiKtay
Applications fur naturalization
were heard by tho court Monday
morning shortly after 11 o'clock.
Four or flvo applications had been
filed for hearing nt this term of
The grand Jury selected Monday
morning is composed of tho fol'
R. W. Newman Old Glory; It
D. Raggett Ounsight; llehry
Rcott Sylvester; Roscoo Smith
Gorman; John M. Moore Gorman;
J. M Dye Gunslght; J. Ef Brewer
Gorman J. f. Duncan. Etvatiand;
J. T. Smith. Rotan; It. It. Kcathly
Cisco; D. D. Parrnmoro Ablleno;
R. V. Guthrie Crahoma; A. N.
Prince .Ablleno: It. E Nail Alba
ny; Ab Taylor Tuscola; II. I
Hays Clyde; J. J. English Moran;
J. M landers Ovrtlo; G. G. Aden
Moraf; Brlggs Owen Eastland; J.
y. Hudson Haskell.
7.he following composo the petit
Jry solocted Monday morning:
A. C. Daniels. Desdemona: T. E.
AUIm Roby; W. h. Walton Ham--
Jin; w m. -uuiiock wnuuo; a. j
Black Mornn; H. h. Willlnmson
Snyder; Henry Sayles Jr. Ablleno;
J. T. Palmer Albany; W. S. Stock
ton. Buffalo Gap; J W.Wcema
Abilene; A. M Morris Moran;
Merschol Bryailt. Balrd; A. W.
Mobley Hermlelgh; Sid Payton
Abilene: B. P. Trammoll. Mornn;
O. B. Jarrctt. Baird: Ira Gumtn
Caddot J. E. Stowo Ablleno; J
Musser. Abilene; 11. M. Smith Has-
kell; J. S. Aklns. Hnwlcy; It. C.
Simpson Albany; It. It Jones.Edst-
land; I C. Hill. Buffalo Gap; H.
C. McCmry. Roby; W. E.HI11 Al-
bany; Goorgo Minter Abilene.
Court adjourned ot 12 o'clock to
Te-convene nt 1-.30 o'clock.
Otto Enust Marries
Abilene relatives have received!
notlca of tho marriage at Eoi
Angeles of Otto Faust formerly ot
Abilene to Miss A. Ilechtloft. Mr.
Faust Is ft veteran of tho world
war being a member of the Abi-
lene company In tho 3Cth division.
SO JUROR GETS
"Pigs Is Pigs" acpordlng to El-
lis Parker Butler. Hogs is hogs
In federal court.
A man from Lynn county was
summoned as a petit Juror for the
Uresent term of federal court for
the Northern District of Texas
which opened here Monday. Ho
Vsntered a plea for exouso on the
xrounds that his ranch In Lynn
county was uncared for during his
absence and that his livestock and
crops would suffer-
"What livestock do you have?"
Judge James C. Wilson asked.
"Sams hogs horse. -and a few
tattle" the Juror replied.
'How long have jou lived under
the present conditions?"
Twenty-two years." The Juro
added that h0 had never been able
to leave his ranch for any extend-
ed length ot time.
"Have the district Judges always
let you off?' Judge "Wilson asked. 1
"Yes 6lr. I've always geroTf oijf
"Perhape It was out of consider
ation fjor the hogs iyid not out rf
consideration for you that you
hav been excused Judge "Wilson
said laughing. He was excused.
AMUSE SI E NTS
'evwpcr Report of Auto Accl-
ikn Affords Ttikiilrntioii fur
l Big Dcuma.
atwniujr a pronuaenc aaiixns
paper reported that over two hun-
ire4 inqulriea had bees received
at local hoapftal to vUiich two
girl Injured ia an automobile ac-
dt bad ben broyght. from!
rat hers ana motners in iarcii or
antialwy 4awghteru lana Burnet
tfc alUkw. r4 lite Uem and from
It ftp 4elepl a unique story
aa4 BJteirjad by the vetra
Jww Y4UfT it y.111 appiwr at tb&
FUe fMater startiag Monday
Ha Flt Msytkiaal Ptctwr under
the tltlf Wandertr PaHs
Tha HLctm md ilu rase plus some
" T k . j a w .ejl
OUT OUR WAY
Jrfg ( PRANCE WIFF WIS FEET V AU'SPECf VO BETtfeR " hSTu
VwmSW R Vi! cE ?JSW-) OO OAT PRANCIM' ' ) y
. n uu mm m bwwkl
'IF FOLKSTftAT BORROW WASH FUNJKS HORSE.' 7JRvViHiAM5
EXPECT AMV FANGS TP?lCK erUFF.TMEV GENERAU
- yHAVE.Tt) SUPPllATPArTrOFV'THEMSEUXES- itBARnce
YOUTH ACCUSED OF DEATH
OF JUDGE HANDEL PLACED
ON TRIAL HERE MONDAY
(Continued from page one)
testimony It chosen as a Juror. Ho
was excused by tho defense.
Tho third Juror taken was O. G.
Brown who lives at Tusoola. He
Is a farmer and has been n resident
of tho county for 22 yearn. Ho said
h0 read about tho cao but lwwl no
opinion. He h married. He vui
tho third Juror to be tnkeh out of
20 veniremen examined. Bob
Ayers. tho next venireman exam-
ined wns also taken being tho
fourth Juror. Ho Is a resident of
this city. Ho said ho- had read
nbout tho cas0 and heard It dis-
cussed but that ho hna not ex-
pressed an opinion. Ho wns not
questioned by tho defense. Don
Davis' ot this city wns excusod by
mo (lorensc. no said no itt con-
nected with tho Citizens Lumber
company; that ho was born in
Scotland nnd served In tho United
Stntes army both on tlio Mexican
hordor with General Tcrshlng and
In France. J. Harvey Clark in-
surance man of this city snld ho
wns biased ana Vaa excused by the
Chai. Wright real estnte man ot
this cily. was tho fifth Juror taken.
B G. Recvcs. farmer of this dtv
was excused by the defense. A. T.
Jones of the Perry-Jone Dry
Goods company of this city wh
excused by tho defonso. Ho said
he knew Handel.
Dan O'Conncll foiancr county
commissioner of this county and
who lives at Tuscola- nas tho sixth
Juror taken. Ho is a farmer. It.
A. Nuby who resldos nt Guion. 35
years old married member of the
Methodist church rns the seventn
The Jury In the case was tocure.i
shortly befor court recessed for
the noon hour until 1:15 o'clock.
Following tho selection of tho sev.
entn juror tho remainder of th
Jury was chosen In ranid order.
The following ore the five finn'l
Jurors chosen: T. G. Waldron.
farmer. Abilene. Route B: o. r.
Coggin. farmer Abilene. Route 3;
Thos. Hay farmer of this city;
fcd. Barker painter of Ablleno:
and John Blackburn barber nf
It wns expected that the caae
would be completed late Monday.
Tho State began the Introduction
of testimony when court recon-
vened at 1U5 o'clock Monday aft-
ernoon. Judge Randel died of a gunshot
wound received while ho was trav.
ellng with othors from Aspermont
to Hamlin in an automobile. The
snot was fired from the roadside
A short time later young Smith
was arrested In connection with
the case. Rnd was subsequently in-
tuciea hi Anson. The case was
to Abilene on eh
strongly to Director Youcb. in
search of a vehicle bath entertain
ing nna timely and the result
critics aver. Is one of the rat
thoroughly pleasing dramas of the
I GEM THEATER I
Win. S. Hart as Sercreant O'lfal.
!e . of the Boyal Northwest Moa.
ted Police Is ordered by MacGre-
gor. his chief to arrest a man wh
had killed Le Grange in the kt.
ier's aloonr and &z wlipae srherx
aooms jittie jsnown except that
the murderer had escaped aere&s
the Canadlan-Amerlean border.
Determined to brjng In Ws raam.
O Malley starts his queat
Disguised as a eewby. O'Malley
atlonOa a rodeo In the cow tow
of Forker City. He watches the'
riders ever In search of the young
murdrer of wham he has only one
clew he rides a wild untamed
horse. The Sheriff and his men
also are at the rodeo as the watch
for the Baldy Mountain Rg of
cut-throats. Bud Lanioil. a. yuth.
Is one of the riders ad O'lUHey
keeps hi eye on Mm because ht
lnaUuet tells him that this U tb
man he Is looking fer.
BETTY COMPSON IK
PINK CROOK DRAMA
Popular Plaj or Good Iictecavy la
Tlus IVonua WIUi Pour psensf
A woman with four fac!
Betty Compson had au eiprtuni
ty to emulate Kek farter old
Sleuth. Old King Bfiulr ittkrtKk
Hwuiu ud the ret ef tk great
elau f uer-leuiW iu hr e
Parameuat pMure "Tbe W
V'Uh Four Paeai." wWeh wa be
the attraction at the Queen Tbta-
A ." . M. i E
VEAOlM DE PRAOE MOWS l IS SO ClOSETb DE. t
V I QOlM'Tt) MAKE DlS r-tOSS c6rn m MtSf SAMMON
lU.OOnstlKl) RKO MtDKD AS
CERTAIN AK BOTH SIDES
ARM THEIR FOIiLOWEUS
(Continued -from page one)
"Wo wilt put It to a test. Wo
will lenm whether wo nro free men
entitled to cast n ballot or slavos."
Tho governor's proclamation
was Issued Saturday night follow
ing tho collnpso Of a bitter court.)
fight that wns waged throughout
th0 wook over tho legality of tho
election and of the legislatlvg
question to bo submitted.
Announcement of hl.i Intention
to use nrmed forces to put tho de-
cree Into effect camo last night.
At the sntiio timo ho threatened to
put the stnto under a more rigid
form ot martial law.
Been "Very Pntlcnt'
"I havo been very pntiont" the
govornor said. "But ono more
crnck and I nm going to put thin
stato' tinder martial law that will
be martial law. I am going to
make them go to bod ni C o'clock
and there wilt be very fbw passes
issued after that hour."
Tho executive doclnrod ho ha)
"no doubt thern will bo many va-
cant houses In Oklahoma noon.'
"Thero nmy bo bloodshed" ho
nsscrted declaring that if such Is
tho roeult of tho present sltuatloa
tho blamo ran bo laid at the door
of the press of tho state which he
charged has opposed his program
and 'thereby stirred tho Dooplo to
a state of indiscretion-
Tho governor lat night assailed
Attornov general Short as a mem-
ber of the Ku KIux Klah when ad-
Ised that the latter had expressed
an opinion that the election 1
"The attorney general has been
asked for no opinion by the chief
executive." Governor Walton said.
"IUh opinion U immaterial and has
no IsgAi weight whatsoever. Geo.
Short Is a member of thn'KU Klux
Klan and that Is tri be oxpeotod
from ahy member of the Klan."
Attornpy General Short In a
statement mrulo after the govern-
or's attack on him. declared.
T ennnot believe that any mast
W1H flagrantly knowingly delih
erately violate the law of this
tend trample the constitutional
rJjshts of the citizens yf this state
or dtprlvo.a ijuaffl! oter of the
opportunity to cast his vote at Ttiea
day's election I cannot believe
there will ha any bloodshed in
5H.SCONDr.CI' BY JURY
ALLKGI?l l.V PI.HTTION
FOR NliW ROSS TIHAL
(Centlousa fr.m pace cpti
one but nvitneas while In the room.
imni-y mi Stninl.
John Haney. foreman of the
Jury took the stand. H testified
that he did not say Hay ought not
to put his judgment against 23
men. Haney testified he was talk
ing t Hay and asked him If he
would. put hla Judgment against
eleven men. "Someone behind
said 'and 13 other.'" tha vvitnes
testified "I rawed my liand and
aid men we are not trying that
ca.' The wJtuace mtd the jury
toed 11 te 1. aad Hay was th
ee; that in tha tint deliberation
Saturday morBlng. Hay naked fer
evidewve "Wa they knocked
over sKin t
OHE has ba throu
. it sq many tun
v Wfons that she nev
When anyone ia the i
roM3 to her with a spot
eesjMUi or as itching rash :
Got out a jar of Keiiiol Oil
Vm Us4 with. Kasinol Sos
a soothing healing tifSAtmet
babyhood. It stoj Itching I
betcHug aad smart in j.
Thjuiandi q mothers ft
lot J mL
ifmc r. t anuv-i vf s
k it cannot T .
for the skta c
on tho door for us to come In." the
witness said "Hay Mid 'I ee It;
ho a guilty.'" Tho witness suld
there wno n ballot Saturday morn-
ing nftor tho Jury received the case
Friday night and It was for CO
"What was Hay's favorite posi-
tion in the Jury room?" Mr. Mwsea
"Lying on the bed with a pillow
over his face and hla arm ovor
the pillow." Mr. Hnney said. On
rrosa-examlnntlon the witness raid
that Mr. Hay voted no on mur-
der; thnt he never voted on man-
slaughter; that no ono voted by
. G. C. Johnson another Juror in
the Ross case took the 3 la ml. He
testified he vn for tho death
penalty. He testified that he heard
foreman Haifey ?ny that tho Lub-
bock verdict was not In tho case.
J L. Hlgglnbothnm n Juror In the
Case testified Severn 1 wore for tho
death penalty; that he was not. He
mid tht he never voted not
guilty. He said that there was no
ballot on tho death penalty.
-M. C. Graham a Juror testified
that he wns In favor of the death
penalty. He said that the Lubbock
verdict was not discussed. He
testified that there was h bat-
lot on tho death penalty ballot be-
ing by raising the hands. H sflld
that there were ton Jurors for the
death penalty. J. C. Hamilton n
Juror testified that he heard some-
body lay something about 35 years
but that he could hot remember
who it was. He said he was for
tho death penalty that there were
ten for the death penalty but there
were no formal ballot. He testi-
fied that th reference to the Lub-
bock trial was Monday afternoon.
In hla petition asking tho court
to overrule defense motion. District
Attorney Milburn S. l".on "denies
nil flixl aluciilar tho allegations con
tained in wild motion with refr-j
ence to the alleged mHcondmt ofj
tlin lurv. unit emeilallv vUth le-1
KEEP YOUR EYES
2LEAN CLEAR AND HEALTHY
Harley-Davidson Sales Co.
Sale and Berviej
16 J North fc'iujrta si. Phena 1U3
Denionstrutlon Gladly GIrcn
is ap as eigcai-
etc. Sold by a!)
? x- 5 wr ?m
." t j--o.v-. .pc 1 1 i r r 1 m
rouoie nsrJhM- r I
I SM L iLJCl "-U I I i I
11 m ti - -r"w iLr vs
uy AT sj MmmmFr.
gntd to the allegations ot fact set
out In the affidavit by Juror M.
T J lay."
Tho district nltornev rtmrorl Ihaf
tho Jurors frequently mentioned oa
uiieuswa mo result or tho former
tflal At Lubbock "anil enctn11v
j denies that said Jury or any one of
mom upon manv occasions stated
mahy times that this tnrv could
wot afford to give the defendant a
biwer punishment than was given
him nt Lubbock ahd your district
utontey denies that J. T. Hnney
tho foreman of said Jury stated to
Inror Hay that ho ought not to
pnt his Judgment up agalnt the
Judgment of 23 men eleven of Ty-
"r county nnd twelve of Iiibb--k
'Hinty and that Juror Hay nnd 'be
irst of the Jnrj ought to agree to
ivo fhe defendant as great pun-
diinent as was given him by the
fMibbock Jury for the killing of
Continuing tho petition said:
"lour District attorney Is Is fur-i
liter informed and believes nnd
.therefore alleges tho facts to be
that tho argument In this case clos
ed nbout bed tlmo Friday night
September - and on tho follow
ing morning after somo discussion
of the evidence ten of said Jurors
were for the death penally one
was for n long term In tho pelu-
tcnllnry. nnd Juror Hay was for
acquittal. That thereafter on said
Mturdrty a ballot was taken upon
whether the punishment would be
assessed at fifty years confinement
in tho penitentiary and all ot said
Jurors except Juror Hay voted for
fifty years. That said Hav Voted
not guilty but soon thereafter ad-
mitted that Defendant was guilty.
"On Monday following tho eleven
inrnrs voted for thirlv-flvo vears
punishment nnd Juror Hays voted
ror flvo years 'mat sometime uttr-liij-
the deliberation ot said Jury
fr . C. Johnson casually nien-
..a1 ln ft- ViHt 1n Tlitrint1ftt1t
I llUlltll fc(.V .. .. . .. .....-..-
had been convicted nt Lubbock nnd
had received a. substantial punish-
ment vvheretinon J. T. Hanev fore
man 6f said Jury Informed Juror
Johnson that tho Lubbock trial had
nothing to do with their delibera-
tion and ftom thnt tlmo n long ns
. said Jury were out no further rot
t Arntifrt vvnn fnmlfi bv flnv Of said
Jury to tho Lubbock trial. This
stntcment with regard to tho Lub-
bock trial made . by Juror O. C.
Johnson was on Monday morning
and tho verdict In this case ot
twenty yearn was not nrrived nt
until Tuesday night.
"Vour District Attorney further
alleges that said Juror Hay upon
Ills voir dlro examination admitted
that ho hnd heard of tho Lubbock
trial and tho result of the decision
of tho Jury In that care nnd ntnted
upon his oath that the samo would
Sally Put tho Kcttlo On nnd
Wo Will All Hnvo Ta
; Wo are recovering all small
E cars now pads new bovy-coV- -r
orlne for J12.50. Wonover
know tho w
tho well goes
It ns good
saved Is a
ow ones. A
Wo aro novjr prepared to turn
out a paint Job in 4 nours.
Wo nre Just behind tho
B Western Top & Taint Shop
f J kt
AVE ARK SHOWING TDHS
'Uore ' natter
Huge to match
rerodug'tlfabe M a ery
rl madJeltheV if J31ack
lab SfjnUh h;U.
'A I'lT GUARANTEED IP IJJFT TO IS"
t L1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ! I
il We Buy Chickens
Make Our Store Your Headquarters
Armours Crape Juice per
H JUly ot tl a Valley Ketchup
Bulk cakea. Iresb hinmr
H Sunmaid Heedless RaUitBier jacJragB . ... r. S
O. Cedar poikh a resnru lijf'l BeUerl... ........14
1 I- mu&d Ux gaiyne Croi' lUr W3V4 v3
14 Rolls tpliet t&r lrge rgl-.3 HM -
B 9M Vrytfal White at -f -1.8
s A ftli Ue ttmh lruluanisViali& EverytlUHs tajewd ia
ulain lieurta." A Ws !
j t u
We gie u a pcat jiv-uaiwa
- TELEttMO: NO. 593.
1 S. B. Thomas &.Pittman. 1
2 Prompt Sertlcc and Courteous Treatment 5
820 North Third Strtet
not Influence him as a. Juror In this
The United Band ot Rcbekah
Lodge will meet In K- P Hall at
7:30 tonight. Monday. All mem-
bers arA urged to be present AH
visitors nro welcome. Mr. Nellie
Mitchell. N. G.; Juanlta Johnson
Born to Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles 1
Berry n daughter Friday night.
The First Principle
' of Success'
ALL UNION MEN AND WOMBN.
YOUIt FIUBNDSt AND FAMILIBS
AP.R ItEQUBSTKD TO BB CONSIS-
TENT PATttONIZR HOMB INDUS-
TKT AND DBMAND TUB UNION
LABEL ON ALT COMMODITIBS
TOU rUItCHASB WHENEVER POS-
BIBLE. . i "
C. C. TATB.
NEW YQBK STOBE.
J. C. PBNN5 CO.
BAMlOW 3IP Tine Phone V0.
home FUBNrrunE co. 3:o
Pine Phone S00.
BARBOW PUBNITUIIB Theno 12.
WHITB'S OKOCEBlf Phone 77.
COLLINS. 903 North 2nd. Phono 2J6.
T. R. BAY. 887 PJan.
PiaaLY-WiaOLY 1060 North. 2nd
HALES I. O. O. F. Bldff.
J. W. POOL CO.. Thone SO?.
CLAItK SOX 223-31 Cnestnul
ln Phone ISO.
AJJ A "
FRANKLIN 1120 South 2nd
PERBY-PAXTON. 2SS Walnut.
KENNER 26E Chestnut Phone GJ1.
ABILENE CNDY CO.
Paint and Paper.
REED'S. 2$6 Tine.
HENDERSON. H7 North 2nd
Phone 2581025 a 2nd Phone
MODEL 263 Chestnut.
HAMILTON-CLOUGK 203 Tine St.
BLACK SATIN AND
newest shade in footwear.
J 1 1 1 J 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 J 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 113
Eggs and Butter. 1
.AA A.KA U ! V "
if w r .
OS. JQh auS
nil. Pstfna 7.
I rRto3TJ 210
I f 'rY'UHs ' ww ov
Today and Tuesday
Shows at 1 3 5. 7 and 9
Vaudeville at 3 730 0:30
Matinee 10c 20c 30c
Night 20c 30c 50c
Many sufferer hav
over the results o
(Follow the Dif
?TT? CrF QT A TG? A fftr ' i
l PER CENT PAID ON ISAvfljiBa 19
4 PER CENT PAID ON VftTOS
67. ' .' " 'M
JUST RECiWEP M
Shipment PnuKhm'ii'yjljjJlcArD'colat . nl H
Piuigbum 's TfkxA'aniiy H
at .-vl7 iH
Airy flavory morsels
Quaker Puffed Rice is the finest breakfast dainty peaple have ever
known. The grams are steam exploded puffed to 8 times.norrnal sixt
4o each grain becomes a.confectiafia flakv. flavorv miff. T
The food cells are exploded fo they easily digest. That is "the reasos F
for puffing. Thus Puffed Grains are the best-cooked cereals in existen?r
Whole grain made enticincr
Quaker Puffed Wheat !s fvhole
iauiuoiuiu die cauc I in rrprv
oecpme aeiicitus tidbits.
No night dish is more ivelcpm
Ana none is more important v
.Whole wheat supplies 12 min
mUk a rich
Evry ho!fcvife wants hr
jamii 10 ci jorc wnoie grails
and nfcre raytlThen serve the
Iuffcd GraJcs nfcrning noon aad
in mi aiiernoon
with mjted butter
eat like ceanuts.
k of peopl
ieJks eat them to
. Today Tuesday and
le very appy
)m tne oe of
'any DruJ tore.
a supreme delight
wheat nwfrrrl nw. i .itff ..
tt' jr' -. . . w. taw ...lvj4 .u4
ffed Wheat In hoX.
children must hlrVe.
for children lo
e are bettere4
THE ABjgjwA BHUTI
"THE CLLAOE" H
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