Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 31, No. 6, Ed. 1 Tuesday, December 27, 1910 Page: 3 of 8
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KOM'lWXB'ntltX TRAIN OUT OP
EL IMBoVlNVft IT IMt'OS-
8I1ILK TO PROCEED
SITUATION IS VERY CRITICAL
Willi Jfnynrro Surrounded by Rebels I
Looks As If IloTOIutlon Now llss
Chance Pf Success Amor.
lenns Apprehensive. .
Special to The -Reporter
EL PASO. Doc. 24. Tho Mexican
Northwestern passenger train which
loft hero yestordny morning for Casas
Grandcs running without ordors re-
turned lato last night and reported
dozens of bridges burned below Lena
station. ThQ train stopped 65 miles
Tjelow Juraez because a Bection of
Ihotrack had boon dynamited. An
S0 foot trestlQ between Lena and Cone-
Jos was burning and every bridge of
Importance for miles was in flames.
4t SItnntlon Yen' Critical
Developments during the last week
have served to give the revolutionary
situation In Chihuahua a much graver
aBpect than it has yet had. In ovory
skirmish the rebels have been victori-
ous and gradually Navarro's little ar-
t my has been cut to pieces. Now au-
thentic reports say ho is hemmed In
by the insurrectos and is unable to
. make a move.
wmcok. k t a mv
IWhw M Frtfctit Tnni (MM
hci.Hh )n Mlio NhIm flf Dt
lai FIi-wmhh Injured.
WAXAIIACIUlfl Deo. 44-A paimon-
gor nml freight trnln oh tho Trinity
mid Urtif.08 Valley railway collided
lioadoii quo mile south of Dallas this
morning. Fireman Robinson of tho
ltassoiigor Buffered a broken leg. Oca
McLain of Dallas n paBSongor was
uruiscu about tho head and hodv
Nearly ovWy window in tho train was
shattered Doth locomotives were de-
CUBA 01 VER6E TRAINS COLLI;
OF REVOLUTION SIX ARE KILLED
ma Finn m Alabama.
Alabama Marble Company Loses I'lant
ut Sylacaugn Loss From Flro
Estimated nt $.'.00000.
BIRMIGHAM Ala. Dec. aspire
last night at Sylacaugn Alabama de-
stroyed tho planing Bawlng' polishing
and cutting mills of tho Alabama Mar
ble Company. Tho loss is estimated
GOVERNMENT REALIZES THAT. IT
. IS FACING A VERV (UtA VE
DEALERS BUYING ARMS IN UrS.
mnuwnmrK nil n nr' I nTyn
Kept fct NhrhVhsp.
GRUESOME TRAGEDY OCt'tMS
NEAR ATT1C W. OX PENN'.
FAST PASSENGER WRECKED
Yucatan Reported to bo Spot Picked
For llnsta of Operations Many -Naiivcs
In That Section J-"
Are Well Armed.
NO TIDINGS YET
To JRcpalr Damaged Bridges.
EL1 PASO Dec. 24: Supt. George
Itutlego and force left on a special
train this morning over the Mexico
& Northwestern for pbints Bouth to
repair damaged bridges.
The insurrectos burned and dyna-
mited three bridges after capturing
tno train. Telegraphic communication
Is opened as far south as Guzman and
it Is not' known how many bridges
were burned beyond that point. The
train which went south yesterday
morning returned last night.
KAUFMAN VS JOHNSON.
Former Wishes to
Title Within Next Year-
SEARCH FOR MAN LOST IN FOG
ON ENGLISH CHANNEL GOES
Off WITHOUT SUCCESS.
' ' '. '
By Associated Press.
LONDON Dec. 24. The search for
Cecil Grace the American amateur av
iator who- lost his way in a fog while
attempting to return1 over tho English
Channel to Dover Thursday is contin-
uing today but without success. Noth-
ing has yet been heard either' bt tho
man or his machine. Tho theory that
he fell into the ocean and lost his life
gains strength with each passing
By Associated Press
NEW ORLEANS Doc. 24. From re
ports reaching this city today it ap-1
pears that tho revolutionary fever
which has been so prevalent among
tho Latin republics in both of tho
Americas has reached Cuba. It is said
that tho government realizes that it
iS facing 11 Cravn Rlfllntlnn nml Mirtt
Fstrcnuous. measures nro being taken
to prdvent nn outbreak. Rumor says
revolutionary leaders aro now in tho
United States buying arms and ammu.
Yucatan will be made tho baBis of
operations. Many Cubana in that secr
'tion now havo a great quantity of
arms and ammunition concealed ready
for uso when tho fires aro started.
Through Train of Sleepers Friim Chi.
cago to Now York Uadly Smashed
up; Engineer Ignored Signals '
Causing the Wreck.
Special to Tho Reporter
SHERMAN Dec. 24.-Tlio Jury In
tho conu of Fred Parker elmrod wlin
killing Dock Scott at. Nowq last April
were discharged by Judge Pearson
this morning. They woro tumble- to
ngreo eleven Mantling for acquittal f
nnu ono ror conviction. Thq enso has
ocon on trial two weeks. A former
trial resulted In a hung Jury
HOUSTON MAN" ILL.
$20000 FIRE AT OAKWOOD.
Portion of Business Section Entcn Out
by Flames; Origin Is unknown;
NEW YORK Deq. 22. JBarnoy Ge.
.rard received a telegram tonight from
jM Kaufman at San Francisco asking
liim to send a challenge to Jack John-
son Jor1 a fight for the heavyweight
title. Gerard accordingly sent a mes-
sage to Johnson at Chicago challeng-
ing him to fight for tho heavyweight
championship of tho world.the fight to
take place "within six months or one
year according to your decision."
Johnson Willing to Fight
CHICAGO ILL. Dec. 22.-4- John
son holder of the heavyweight title
said; tonight that ho would accept tho
challenge from Kaufman.
"I am willing to fight Kaufman any
time and any place" ho said. "The
only things 1b thorp must bo a suitablo
Johnson declared he has not as yet
received the telegram from Gerard and
that tho Would not bo willing to fight
for a purse of less "than $25009
Make Good Haul.
Special to Tht Reporter. . .
EL PASO Decf 22. Tho Sunset ex-
Meet Negro for Press tno Southern. Pacific through
FOmial iou.ie um uum aim fiuiiumcu
10 inqw urieans was rouped In tho
heart of this city at 7 o'clock tonight
by- a highwayman. -"
F" The bandit boarded tho observation
car as It was leavinc tho Stanton.
street station. With two drawn revolv
era he forced a porter to walk ahead of
him through the Pullman and com-
manded the .passengers to stand and
uenvor. ig secured ?13U in money
nd two railroad tickets.
After riding less than three blocks
ho train robber commanded a brake-
nan to stop the train. As it slowed
own he jumped off and disappeared.
OAKWOOD Jcc. 24. Flames early
I this morning destroyed a portion of
the business section of this town caus-
ing a property loss of twenty thousand
Ten frame buildings including those
of W. A. Hickey general merchant;-
Dr. Carter druggist;. W. W. Cutler
confectioner; A. T. -Cutler saddler and
B W Lankster grocer were burned to
Two meat markets a tailor and bar:-
bor shop and ono small unoccupied
ouiicimg.wore destroyed. Origin of tho
fire is unknown.. Officers aro inves
By Associated Press.
COLUMBUS OHIO Dec. 24 Penn-
sylvania train No. 15 ran into nn ex-
press train near Attica Nev.. at an
early hour today and six pcoplo were
Killed and twelvo seriously injured.
Roth Engineers Killed.
Tho enginocrs of both trains woro
killed tho. other victims being passen-
gers. Tho passenger train was com-
posed solidly of PnllmnnB and hnd a
fast run from Now York to Chicago.
Collision Was Ilcnd-On
The wreck occurred on a curve and
tho two trains crashed into oach other.
Tho Wreck s reported as having been
caused by the engine on tho oastbound
train ignoring a block signal. This In
jured vere rushed to Bucyrus hospital.
Tho Identified dead dro:
CRAIG Engineer of Fort Waylio
MILLER 'Engineer 'of Fort Wayno.
HORTON Baggngqmnn of Fort
WILLIAM DOWLES Passenger from
" FRE1DSTEIN Passenger from
Texas Advertising Manager Is In f.
jiniigorotis CondllKm In Hotel
at 'ow Orlenns Ln.
Special to Tho Reporter.
NEW ORLEANS Dec. 24-GUy S.
Crockett of Houston a prominent nd-
vortlslng mnnngor Is critically ill in
a Now Orleans hotel Grief over the
recont doath of a daughter ndds to
the seriousness of his condition.
SITRE.ME COPRT JUIMlK.AWABM
A .IWHttlK.NT OF $.ll) TO
WERE ENTITLEO TO RECOVER
Plaintiffs Honest in Conviction TJtofc
Rills of Lading Were Genuine
Case of Great! Importance?
Other Suits Expected.
LOSE LIVES IN
SCOTTISH EXPRESS COLLIDES
WITH ENGINE WRECKAGE
CONSUMED 11Y FIRE.
Com C-' Awards.
INJURED BY Alf AIR GUN.
Miller Will Resign..
HOUSTON Dec. 24 Tho resigna-
tion of Roy Miller of Corpus Christ! as
Secretary of the Texas Commercial
conj. !ss will bo announced today. Ho
expects to romoyo to Dallas. His suc-
cessor has not been announced. Henry
Exnll of Dallas is president of the organization.
6 PEOPLE ASPHYXIATED
IN OHIO OPERA HOUSE
Two of Victims Wore Women; Presence
of Empty Whiskey Bottles.
Pointed to Deep Sleep.
Little J. P. Green Comes Nenr Losing
' An V.vn Prnm TfTunlo nt Wonn.l
From a Toy -Wcnpon.
J. P Groon Jr. the eight year old
son of J. P. Green proprietor of tho
Green Boarding House pn Chestnut
street received a wound from an air
gun this morning which camo near
costing him an eye; Thq bullet Btruck
tho Httlo felow in the corner of his
right oyo and imbedde'd itsolf in the
flesh. It necessitated the services of
a surgeon to romove the piece of lead.
A. R Randell and family formerly
of this city loft last night for Sapulpa
Okla. by way of tho Orient fr6m
Sweetwator and will remain in tho
now stato until Bpring.
4 MEN HURLEO TO DEATH
WHEN BUCKET OVERTURNS
Chrlstmns Season Wholly Acceptably
and Profitable to Officials
of Texas Railroads.
As Christmas approaches travel on
tho three railroads entering and leav-
ing AT)IIeno continues to "be heavy. All
Incoming trains bring ln thoir qtiota
of collego students returning home
for tho holidays and outgoing trains
take away collego students going
homo to spend Christmas with tho old
Especially was this noticeable Fri-
day afternoon when tho scono in the
newly completed Texas & Pacific pas-
senger Btatiori resembled than in un-
ion stations of cities far larger than
Abilene. The rotunda was literally
packed with people who were going
away and people who had cqhio to wel-
come early arrivals.
Travel today and tonight will pro-
bably break all records for tho year
and the local ticket agents will be tho
hardest worked parties in town un-
lesB It bo tho express attaches who
have been hard at it for a week.
Frod A. Cobley of Dallas who had
been nmong tho prospectors and busi-
ness visitors in Abilene left over tho
Texas & Pacific last night for Sweet-
water Big Spring and other points.
Mr. Cooloy 1b considering purchasing
real cstato in Abilene and entering
his boys in school here.
By Associated Press '
KENTON Ohio Doc. 24. Six por-
r sons two of whom woro women wer
found dead today in a room which two
of them occupied as a hoinoJin-ftip
rear of a local opera house. It L
believed asphyxiation caused tholr
-Tim dead aro:
CLARK LATHAN AND WIFE.
WILLIAM KENNEDY AND SON.
. Tho bodies wore found Burrounded
by empty whiskey bottles. It is be-
lieved they were asphyxiated while
Disaster Occurs In n West Virginia
MIno; Mela Dropped COO Feet;
Victims AH Foreigners.
Heartburn Is a syra'ptom'of indiges-
tion Take a dpae pf HERBINE in
ueh cases. The paja disappflars i-
taatly. Thq bowels operate dBy
and you feel fine vigorous and caHr-
ful. Pf qo B0q. 8014 W iiaXjmot
Jipw J-WUg uo
ECCLES W. Va. DeC. 24. Four men
were hurled to doath today when tho
bucket In which thoy woro descending
Into a shaft in the. Now River colliery
PYorturned and threw thorn five hun-
dred foot to the bottom of the mine'
Their bodies woro literally crushed
boyond tho semblnncq of human be-
IngB. All Dead Men Foreigners
All pf the dead mon wero foreigners
and resided ln Pennsylvania Rela-
tives of two victims took chargo of
CALIFORNIA WOMAN NOW
AT MERCY OF COURT
AUSTIN Dec 22. During tho past
year Henry Crawford a Panola county
doy raised. 102 bushels of corn on oho
acre of ground for which achievement
Governor Campbell today awarded him
a special certificate of honor in ac
cordance with tho proclamation Issued
March 14. For tho encouragement of I
the boys of Texas who are Interested
in tho corn club movement tho gov-
ernor announced that a special certifi-
cate or merit and commendation would
be awarded to the boy undor 18 years
qf age who produced in the yenr 1910
tho largest yield of corn por apre in
Toxas. Certificate No 1 was awarded
to all boys undor 18 years of age who
produced 100 bushels or more of corn
per acr'e'ic certificate No. 2 was award-
ed to all boy3 of less than 18 who pro
duced 8evonty-llve or more buBhels of
corn per acre and certificate No. 3
was awarded- to thoso who produced
fifty or more bushels per acre.
Crawford therefore receives two cer-
tificates ono for tho largest yield and
me for exceeding 100. bushels
Ewald Broltgreutz of Bronham in
Washington county produced ninety-
six bushels on ono aero; Wallace Klr-
by of Rural Route No. 1 Tyler pro-
duced nlnoty-threo bushels; W. O.
Short of Rural Routo No. . 1 Grand
Saljne Van Zaiidt county produced
ninety bushels and G. S Wilson pf
Rural Route No. 1 Bon Wheeler Van
Znndt county also produced ninety
Governor Campbell received tjio
namcB and addresses of about 4Q0 boys
eritltled to certificates of some grade
which wero forwarded yesterday.
Thq committee which gathered tho
Information wns composod of Ed R
Kono commissioner of agriculture; J
L. QuIckBall of Waco a member of tho
federnl department of agriculture nnd
J. L. Randolph of Travis county secre
tary or ine tcxus uorn urowors' asso-
KIRBY STEPPEN ENGLAND; Dec.
24. Eight persons were killed and
25 others Injured in a wreck of .the
Scottish Express near Hawcs Junction
today. Tho express collided with a
Pilot engine nnd tho ontlro train wna
derailed. Flro broko out In tho wreck-
age nnd the ontlro mass with tlic
oxceptlon of tho locomotives and tho
roar baggago cars was roduced to ash-
es. Many of. tli6 victims woro burnod
to death boforo they could bq reached
by roscuors. '
KTTir 4n. b-
iiw luiiK uec. 24. iii n docislo
or Supremo Court Justico Nowburger
mndo today in tho first case growta
out of cotton bills of lading frauds &
Judgment of $39000 Wn awarded 1
favor of tho Cotton oxchiihgo firm ofc
Springs & Company against tho Hano-
vor Nntionnl bank of Now York City.
The .TustlcoV Opinion.
Justico NoWbrurger held that Springs
& Company mndo pnymont to tho bank:
bolleving tho bills of lading gonuiaa
and woro thus entitled to recover from
tho bank. While holding thla view
Justico 'Nowburger deferred filing; his
opinion for two Weoks.
Case of Wide Importance.
Should tho higher court on nnnoar?
affirm tho .Judgment it Is dcclurcd that
suits Involving several million dollars
Will bo Instituted by foreign merchant
who suffered Bovqro losses ln tho Yan-
coy & Company and Steele' Mlllqr Com
L'NFAVORAULE WOOL YEAR.
Past Twelve Months Have Seen Decline
In Prices nnd Mnrket Conditions
; Generally Unsatisfactory.
BOSTON Mass. Doc. 22. The. pass-
ing yoar has been an unfavorable pno
for wool growers and wool manufac-
turers nllko throughout tho country
iiuo to agitation over tho tariff natur
al conditions which affected snoop rals
ing- and high prices which restricted
tho market according to thq twenty'
second annual wool rovlow issued by
Wo Natlonnl Association of Wool Man-
ufacturers Tho Review says ln part.
"Tho ypar opened with probably 40.-
uuu.ouu pounds or 40 por cent moro
woolt Including thnt In bond carried
over than was tho case In tho begin-
ning of 1909. Tho Wool mnrkot wns
quiet in January with prlceB fairly
firm. Tho mnrkot sagged In Fobrunry
and tho first quarter of tho year closed
with grave disappointment. Tho honvy
weight season wns a failure and prices
remained in favor of tho buyor.
"Through tho spring months (ho do-
prosBlon continued. Tlioro Woro. somo-
what larger salos In April because
many holders wearied of carrying
tholr wool. American purchasers In
Sidney and Victoria Bhowcd a great
falling off foaturo of tho mnrkqt was
tbo sale of modorato quantities of tho
domestic clip or shipment to England.
Tho oxports woro tho direct result of
porslstont politlcnl agitation for a ro-
oponing nml reduction of tho tariff
particularly of schedule
"Tho year 1910 was ono of distinct
prosperity In Europcnn manufacturing
and of a brisk wool and woolen trader
all ovor tho world except in tho Unlt-
od States or in thoso mnrkota directly
imeuien oy tno American situation.
. "Tho low prices in tho domcsUo
wool mnrket nnd idle machinery la
'Atnorlcntt mills Blmply reflected the
demand of hostile interests that tha
now .Aldrldi-Payno tariff should be
overthrown almost aB Boon as it had.
boon enncted boforo. thero had boom
any fair phanco for an actual honest
tost of tho law In operation. A terri-
ble winter for sheen growiuc wan fol
lowed by a summer's drouth and alto
gether with natural and political con
ditions warring against them tho wool
growors have good cniiBo to remember
1910 as a year of sinister oxporlonca.
"Tho present high price of swine;
tho nbundnnco of corn for feed and:
tho rapidity with which pigs can bo fat
tonpd and propnred for slaughter have
caused ninny flockmaBtofs to neglect
their sheep for tho moro profitable
business of swlno raising.
"The high nrlccs of high foodstuffs
nnd othorprlmo ndcpssltlcs of lifq has
unquoBtlonnbly bad tholr offoct uno.
tlio wool market but this depressing-
effect from thq vory nature of things
as clothing 'must soonor or inter bs
bought can nob 'indefinitely continue..
"Tho local wool production of the
United States for 1910 Including puU-
od wool Is 321.3C2.7G0 pounds or 6-
747999 pounds lpss than tho orftlmatadt:
production of last year and thla total
product Jb equivalent to 341805818
pounds of scoured wool.
"The total valuo of tho wool produc
ed ln tho United States- for tho year
estimated op the scoured prlco In Bos
ton tho chief wool mnrkot of the-
world Oct. 1 was $72489838. Lastr
year tho estimated valuo was ?88-
Mrs. Isabella Martin Charged With
Dynamiting Judge's home Found
Guilty By a jHry.
OAKLAND CALIF. Doc. 24. Tho
jury In tbocaso of Mrs. Isabello Mar-
tin ehnrged with dynamiting the homo
Of Superior Judgo Ogdpn jnlarch 1907
returned a verdict of guilty last night
and recommended ttlie dofqndant to Che
extreme mercy of tho court. The ovl
VICTIM OF GAS EXPLOSION
AT WICHITA FALLS DIES
W. C. Jarnlgnu Engineer of the Wlchl-
ta Cotton Oil Compnn) Injured
.Suni!ay Falls to Survlro
Miss Lopiso Mansfield camo jn yes-
torday evening from Polytechnic col-
lege to apend the1 holidays with her
parents Mr. and Mrs. W. G Mansfield'
Get the GhhIh Always.
A substitute Is a dangerous make.
bhlfb especially in medicine. The gen
uine Foley's Honey and Tar cures
coughs and eplds quickly and Is In a
yellOW n&CkSKB. Arrant nn uuluill.
f tuW. fcLajnor Bus Drug Co.
denco showed that tho woman arrang-1
ed destroy tho rcsldpnco because of tho
Judges alleged uufalrncBa In Insurance
WICHITA FALLS Dec. 24. W C.
Jiirnlgnn ongluoor of tho Wichita Cot-
ton Oil Company who was burned by
an oxpIoslPn of natural gas last Sun-
day died hero this morning at 9
o'clock. A few hours boforo 'death
camo his daughtor. Blanco aged 10
reached his bcdsldo.
FIRES STILL UNSUBDUED
DANGER RELIEVED OVER
Dr. Cox's Painless mister Prloe
60c Guaranteed to blister without
pain. or. monoy refunded. For sale
by all druggists.
Molssant Files Orer New Orleans
NEW ORLEANS Doc 24. For 4C
ynlnutes nnd 10 seconds Molssant ctr-
vmu mu mi in u unjHuiuuuf) tunny j
times ho went as high as 3000 feet and
executed dangerous glides and circles
ovei tho business district.
Foley Kidney Pills are topic in ac
tion quick in results and restore tno
natural actios of the kidneys arid
bladder Tbey correct IrrwtularlUes.
McLeinore-BaM Drug Co.
' Charged with Embezzlement.
WACO Doc. 24. It I Wells agod
23 a bookkeeper for tho William
Cameron company of this ctywos ar-
rested today charged with embezzling
11800 frointho company and confessed
to) tle authorities. He came hero re-
cently from Helena Arkansas
Dr. Cox'a Barbd Wire Liniment
does not burn or tTlater relfeves pain
quickly and files will not bother thp
woumL Vw sals by al drucalst.
Flamed Still Shoot from RiiIiih of the
Morris & Company's Plant
. Firemen Keep Guard.
Dy Associated Press.
CHICAGO Dec. 24. Tho stockyards
flro in which twenty four lives wore
lost Including. Flro Marshal JIorun
Thursday Is still unsubduod today
Danger Rellovcd Over.
Flnmos continue to shoot upward
from the ruins of thq Morris & Compa
ny beef warehouse but no additional
spread of tho flanioB Is expected. Com-
panies of firemen aro continually on
watch and streams of water atlU ply
on the ruins
.T Caprlnti Wounded.
BAY CITYDOq. 21. During an. al
tercation at nSltagordn last night Drew
Wntklnq Bhot nnil seriously wounded
J. Cnprlon. Tho lattor was formerly
manager of the' Ben Hur hotel Ofllcers
havo'gono to tl)o scene.
NO NEW TRIAL MOTION
IN FREO FLEMING CASE
However Convicted Dallas Banker
ot Contemplating Spending
Christmas In Jail.
Mrs. O J. King of South Tenth
street loft last night over Uie Texas
& 1'aolflc for Stanton Martin county
to spend Christmas tbo guest of relu-fives.
As a household romedy foit cuts
burnB bruises piles pain and sore
Re of all kinds Dr. Cox's Barbed
Wire Liniment 2fq size baa no equal
If sot satisfactory momy refundod
ror sale vy aij oruegma.
Special to Tho Reporter
DALLA8 Deq. 24 Up to noon to-day-attorneys
for Frd Fleming who
was yesterday convicted and sentenc-
ed to seryo a four year prison sen-
tence on a chargo of receiving depos-
its for tbo Westorn Bank & Trust Co.
of which lip wua president when h
ltnowtlmt; bank was falling had not
filed a motion for now trial.
It la expected thnt thq attorneys will
file a now trial motion this afternoon
in order to avoid tho necessity of Flesi
lug's spending Christmas day In JH.
Fleming refuses to discuss thq verdict.
A. G Harvte and family loft list
night for Midland county near Mid-
land wborq they will upend the Chris
SOAU04 fU B)80n 010 BlUp(6l ssut
All druggists soil Dr. Cox'a Barbs
Wire Liniment 3Co 60c aid f 100 sot-
tl. Guaranteed to hoal without !-
Hmc a 5lemlsh or monty refunded.
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