The Abilene Daily Reporter (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 17, No. 267, Ed. 1 Wednesday, November 5, 1913 Page: 1 of 6
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ABILENE TEXAS WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 5. 1013.
HUM Ii3K m
TO END STRIKE
phni: ofphphs ami hthikciih
lom'ck at imhwvpolin
CMS Sill SIOPPEO
Atlcuipl to M(u Street Car ltrnilN
In Due Strlse-Iln-nkcr llehiic
M-rlnmlv Injured uiul Pol
Icemen Also Injured.
th AMorlnlnl Proas.
IXUlANAl'Ol.lS. Nov f. The flrsl
Htreot enr moved slum tlio atrlko flint
ted hero Friday unions ear employes
ami lias b'wrt growing moro sortoiiH
dally wns deserted In ilia Htreuta to
day after one strike-breaker liml bnun
rlomIv liijuri'il mill several others
Policemen who nttoillptetl to unlet
down the demonstration when the ut-
tPiiUM wh mnilo to rim tin? rar wore
aertotish Injured liy it rnltt of missies
htirlwl down on them from the roofs
Of tllo llOIIHOH III tilt' Vlullllty of the
ritiifereiiee It Held.
A conference between pence offi-
cers Mini strikers bomm todu. with
tc object of imiUIIIK H "Kl to the
trlK) In a way Hint will he Hntlsfuc-
ntt to nil persona concerned.
Thomas Carlton u union chauffeur
allot Momlii) lit n fight nt the cr
burns tiled today mnkiiiK the i;urth
death rHitItin from '.he strike
Charles Fisher a atrlke-brmloT
was arrested charged Willi Minnie"
The Gleaners of the First Preshyie-
rim i church wilt open their dny nnr
nry at the Kindergarten rooms Wed
neaday. No. fith. They will enre for
children of nil age 3f cents eneh
I lours. Z no to fi mo it in. The nursery
will be oiim Wednesday. Thursdav.
nml Friday of iioh week.
OHTH PHK MELTING.
Ahoiil UMI tinned KlemetiN Tuesday
Muiil to Hear llooil Serniou He-
Ihered Vnlcc.. Nluhtl).
Th n'Vlval meeting tit the North
Pnrlc flajitlst church. which vnt be
mill Sunday Ih IncreiilH(f In inter-
est night by ntBlit Thlh wuh fully
Illustrated Tueaduy nl:ht when about
loo people lirneil tho clement to he
ncitt. The sermon was full of henn
inlerett to ever auditor and the key-
note of the mesHaue rung out with
rlearuoflK that now Ik the da of su-
vhHoh to Israel Interest m iIhi meet
Iiir iterviulra the entire tnimremitlons
lift Hanks Ik conducting the pren-
chlug. IteliiR a woudurfnl messnKc
deliver he nrwr falls to capture the
attention and regard of hi hearers
When lie preaches the crowd not oiih
hen i him hut tiHtnt to htm. Ker-
vlron eorv night thin w-ek al T I
TIioh lo Yilah n Milrlluul feaHt. and
thobvsho weati to emmud the ktliitdoni
of (iod mid the cliitreh nhuiilil attend
theno nerlth of Hermons. under the
aunini!e that they will be vhbHv be-
nettiiMt. SPITS PI Mil)
Plw SiiIIh Are Piled With DMrlel
Plerk .1. Fuller Uurlmr Pn-.t i.
ernl Ila) STme Court.
The tollowlnjr; suits hnrt laicji fllml
Uh Olitnel UlorH J Fuller ilnrlni:
th ikihi fievornl in:
T. 4. CokIiih v i I. TttulAll et
Mr. A. U Tnhor et al vi Mrn. M
1 Hutu! ot al. forcluiro
Flem DeBrnffonroldt v V- A. Jonea
et al suit to surrender notes suit an
J. SI. Iliulford tlrouory Comiwny vh
O. U UvPraiiK. t al foreclosure of
Cumin Drake ami Kloh v J. Turn-
how et al tuilt on vundors lieu notes
II. IIIUHIIS ItllCOYHIIK!)
Hellewd SeHTHl More Are In Wreck.
mil if HartflllrMVirU llM're1.
.MUIiu NVar .Mel iin
H Aawocluteil Pre8.
MUI.UK. Francti Nor S S-Utseu
hoillew had liw taken tody from tho
Manolllim paria axiirms which was
TtuekP4l In IIU1(M Ir.si olRltl itlel
HiWrttf hodle U ta hHwod lire 8lil
lit ll wmokaKO
llt!VKK IMKTY IX flTY.
Ultlillit Yalle; OflirluU Arrhr In
nu PerloilUul ln.ii'tiim I rip
of Pullre Line.
1) It Keeler tt preidnnt of the
Putt Worth ami Denver Hallwa ami
lb. Wuhlta Vullov Ue Iuh iirlvatP
xunurv and W F- Storllng. guural
fr. islit MKnt. arrtvwl in th eiiy WhI-
n tla oh thvlr ni'uotiil car F- W. &
U ;) on a perloiJIoal Itispeetlon trip.
Tlieir car wan parked noar thu WloUl-
i.i Valley station at id thev will re
a jiii u the city part of the day at
N'u important slfcniftcance la at-
tatU to the trip ot the official they
nerely waking their round of the en-
tire nvtr syitem. which Include
tkve Wta-hlta Volley Hne Their or-
IU t . .a Fort Wurtb Th lat tnispec
tion trin taken over the entire aystem
waa aouitf Urn lit Aujuit
H.ITM ItErT.MKM TO BIStTSS
IIP.XIIO CITY NITI ITIO.t
TO SAY AT ALL
Scerelnr) III Not Illllirr Conllrnl or
lten ll(iorl lluerln llns Replied
to (lie l.nleil Note of the
I lilted SI n I e-.
Ily A-iMot'lnled Preps.
WASUINtno.V. Nov. &.Thp Stato
liepnrtiiteiit olltelnlH today took the
poHltiuu that lite action of the Fniuch
Xnrerliinent In another evltluuco of the
Intention of France to dofer nttv ao-
llon to tho'iiollcv of tho United Stales
In the .Mexican Hltuntloii-
Serrotary of State llrynn flally rc
fiiKi'd to illseiiHH tho Mexico t'lly ait-
nation in anv or its phiiHOH today.
He refused to even eonflrm or deny
the report tluil lluerln had replied to
the Inti'Hl note of the I'nlted HtateH.
deinandtiiK tlw withdrawal from the
presidency of Iluerta.
MCE 10 WAIT
UNTIL ADVISED OF
POLICY OF THE U.S.
lti:i'MKS Till S TO IjPKSTIOX OP
JIKMCVN FOItKlUN OFFICE
ATCI1Y OF PA HIS
liy AsBocIaiL-d ITobs.
PAltlS. Franco Nov. " Tho French
Foreign Olllvo wan linked hy tha Mac-
lean Foreliiii Ollloo today If It was
dlapoHud to mediate between tllo L'nlt-
jid Staten And .Mexico.
Tho French Government took the
attitude Hint It will do nothing until
.idUHcd of the policy of tho united
'iit'-H toward Mexico ami thou that
it would do uothiiiK unwelcome to
"flood llnadH T)hj" Postponed
Hy Associated Press.
n.t.I.AS Ti.vnu Vnv :". Ituiinrt 3
reeelyoil todnv Imllrnte that Hie mint.
poiiument of "Good Hoada Day" pro
. laiinru oy uoernor v oiqiiui waa
Ki'iural on nrcomit of rnluH
COUNTY COURT ACTS
ON FEW CIVIL CASES
Set oral Case Are Se For IlfccHiWi
I.". And Another Case Itotumi
For Arlloti llefore Court
The we of I.. C Dutinmur. (ieo.
C llnrrlH. tireach of contract wae
continued by UKrcement of counsel
for diifoiiHo and but for December IT.
Tho oiiM( of T. A. HuHHolI tt GeorKC
C. ilurria ct nl milt for conuuiHsiuu
wa sot for December 15.
The case of lluat MrCauloy Drug
t'oiupany vb W. J. Wllklo waa aot for
two o'clock WcdHOKilay Tlila la a
ault for damages on contract. On
October 27 JiiiUnwut for plaintiff hy
default waa filtered but thU was later
MAKKS 1IOMK IN AIIII.KXP.
M. M XarkrrliHPjr Krolhrr of John R.
XarkH'liHc) Arrhes In City a4
Will CoHdart Climax.
At. M- Mackoehney und wife arrived
In Abilene Tuesday from Han Aiikiib-
tine und will make thla place their
Jiome. Mr. Muckuchney will have
ehurKe of llio popular Climax Confec-
tlonory rt'ciMtU purchased bv hka
4.rnthorr Joliu It. Muokrtihitey. owner
or the elKar utoro and pool hall on
North First street.
Ho waa e peeled hero gome time
ano. but on account of the much need
ol work repairing the confectouor
Htore. whleli waa damaecd aomawhat
in a tiro lie .Inferred hU arrival until
thld was done
The Iteporter irtiaia that Ho will find
Abilene In eve-ry way to his liking
und w welcome auch n aplendld citi-
zen to the city
Close ltelathp of Huerta Katerei lrl.
ou lat Mrrh a&d Causeti Mar-
dcr of l.abrlet HeriMfties
Bv Associated Press.
MEXICO CITY. Mexico. Nov. 6.
Alienists todiy declared Irresponsible
Knrulqu St aped a. a eloao relative ot
President Huerta. who while gover-
nor of the Federal district last March.
entered the El Beleaa -prlo with a
police aauad d caud tae muMot
Oabrltl HraaAM. ommAtaUM ot
the rural tinder Madero.
IintNS TO III'M UUMINUS OVI'II Till: 1101tl.ll
Wllllnm J. IlurnH the moHt ruinotia
dntectUo In ihu vorld Iiiih Just come
back to the I'nlted States after ae-
erul months In Huropo. where he he-
Ku the orKunlzntlou of a world-wide
detective force HOinetlilnn neer be-
fore ntteiupted. lunamiich as he Is a
mail of tremendoiiH emrnv nml
vitality there Ih no douh; he will hiic-
eeeit in perfecting an orKnnizutloi
that will frUhteti International erookn
who opernto in America. Knrone nn.!
He found on his trip that private
detective work of the character h-
has done wan unknown In Kurope.
Victims of criminals 'here have de-
pended on the regular police foreei.
4325 BALES COTTON
ARE TOTAL RECEIPTS
Price Has Somewhere About i:i..10
Cent ilurk Though out Was
Tho Interruption In receipt of cotton
seems to have become serious during
the punt three or four daya. Not more.
man inreo owes were receiveu in mo
city Wednesday and WclRher Wilson
believes that It will take sometime
with even clear warm weathor. for
the receipts to expand to the point
customarily the case The ruins while
not homy were slow and Intermittent
causing much of the cotton to absorb
the moisture and water to put the
fields In such a wet shape that picking
is out of the question.
Tlie total receipts at tho public ynrd
at noon Wednesday were 3.S20 bales.
Thu receipts at the Farmers I'nion
are SUa bains making the grand total
for the Benson in Abilene yards i.32
As little cotton was brought lu and
ioiio sold so far as learned the price
Wednesday morning hung aliout the
13 .(i cent mark.
Are ou on tho Ilouor Roll? See
ilrst page for particulars.
Last Quarterly Meciluir.
The last quarterly conference of SL
I'uuIb church for the present current
conference year will bo held next Fri-
day evening nt the church HubIiiob
for the quarter will bo transacted und
thero will he no othor service performed-
This completes the four
quarterly conferences of this church.
Ilev. Comer M. Woodward will next i
week leavo for Vernon where he will
attend the annual conference of his
Are you on the Honor Roll? See
ilrst oago for particulars.
Important Mrctlag Toalifhl
There will be nn Imnortant meet
ing Of ;he Young Men'a tlooter Clib
tins evening at etgnt ociock. ah
members are urged to come.
Pan tab Studio for Classy Photos.
Somn men are proud of the tact that
they havo Insomnia because they tin-
Hglne It Indicates excessive brain work
It Is tetter to be missed after you
are dead than to havo your wife throw
things at vou while you are alive
Nine out of ten men who claim to
have been driven lo drink trotted up
to the trough of their own accord-
When a woman runs across the
street to a tielghlior'a house for just
a minute she stays an hour.
Its a fortunate thing for some Im-
posing family trees that their roots
are well out of sight.
A man never known what he nan do
until he tries then ha may be sorry
he found out.
A girl thinks her Ilrst beau baa for-
gotten more than her father ever knew
"Leek out for paint'sbefore fall-
ing la love with a beautiful complex-
ion. Girls with tae meat cheek do the
Great opportunities dom employ
tu advance agent
nml outside of Heotlaud Ynnl they
are no moro coinpeteiit than Uiob
or Amurlcaii cities. He hag ostabllsh-
ed aKenciete In Paris. London nml
llruascls already and will extend tha
system to othor Ktiropenn cupltalF.
Aiiiorieuii inanacerfl AnierloaiiRH are
the best ileteetheH. he hays will be
placed In chanse of bin oflleeH. bu
the detail work will be done large!)
hy forelKiiers It would be Impossi-
ble to find ninny American dcteetlveR
familiar with ifiropean InuKuiiKo
and customs. Soon the American
crook who seeks nn asylum In Kurope
will be no safer I linn In nn American
Marlon Saasoni Wires From ('hicniM.
Friends lu Cll) Says Dancer
Is .Now Piisocd
FORT WOHTH. Texas. Nov. f.-
Cnpt. K. It. Harnett millionaire emtio.
man and capta)lntt;ucecbsfiilly under-'
went nn operation Tuesday ar the
Mercy Hospital in Chicago.
Sulzcr Fleeted hj l.nrge Hajorlt)
Hy Associated Press.
Ni;W VOHK Nov. : William Sui-
zer. only recentl desposed as gov-
urniip nt th. ufnti it V.ivt ViiU it t
........ v. .- ..- . ... . .. .. .
elected to the Assembly by li largi-
majority iu yesterday's elections
Democrat Carries Mar) land
By Associated Tress.
IIAl.TIMOItK. .Md.. Nov. .1 llla'i
l.e. Democrat carried MarInnd n
a 20000 majority In the rnue for th-
Pulled States Senate In jesterdayV
At The lloiul Tonight
A Midnight Meisago Kalem a pic-
ture story notable for the -iniuuitlc
qunilty of Us action which is full of
h u spouse except nt the climax when
three portions an eldcrlv fa her his
very pretty wife and hit- son by a
former wife uro standing lognthor.
and a thieving butler has nccused the
roil falsel) to the junloiis father. ThU
is full of dramatic ijcslblllth-s und
lu a plu.v -dialogue would have length-
ened the MispeiiBO and tnaile It effec-
tive 'The hllnatlini la. in the begin-
ning delightfully introduced and pret-
ty carefully developed. There nre
cloarly-drnwn characters natural act-
lug iu distinguished scenes with per-
fect photography. Allco Joyce1 pret-
tiiicst. Is also of much use In this
ldcturo Henry llullem plays the
father; Alice Joyce his second wife;
Tom Moore his sou. ami James Coop-
er his hu'lor. Bveryoue of these U
Rood especially the last clufncter.
Picture World Comment
BARR AGAIN IS
TAKEN TO DALLAS
BROUGHT FROM WAXAHACHIE
JAIL THIS AFTERNOON BY
TO CONTINUE PR06E
Grand Jury Will Continue Its Invcstb
gatlon of Confession of Man Who
Says He Killed Florence
By Associated Press.
DALLAS. Tex- Nov. 5 Meade Uarr.
teif-eouf eased murderer of Miss Flor-
ence Brown was again brought to Dal-
las from the Waxahaohte Jail this af-
ternoon. The Grand Jury will make another
examination There was no dfmaa
strauon here over the arrival et Barr
ABILENE'S HONOR ROLL
mitcii i: i i.i.im mi myoh op
i:n. oitk cursiiiNo i .m.
Miv r i mi mm:
ALL OE TICKET CARRIED
Walsh Mill" Hare for Unveriior of
YiiiHsncliiitrlts Virion llciug
Pulque Fielder ( nrriei
NevT .lersej h 'J".'.!!!!!!
Ily Associated Press
SttW YOllK. Nov. . Uoiuitlnto re-
turns today from the municipal elec-
tion ycUcrriay lu which Tnmiunny
wim crushed showed that Mlluhel's
majority for mayor over McUnll w.im
1 2 1 'JO!) votes
Democrat Win In Mass.
HOSTON Mass. N'ov. a The com-
pleteness of the democratic victory
lu Massachusetts was not fully real-
ized until today when the complci
returns showed that' Walsh waa elect-
ed governor by flfy-seveu thousand
votes carrying through tho entire
Democnitlc tocket with'' the posslblo
exception of attorney general.
Thin result Is unique in tho history
of the state.
Fielder N. .1. (ioTcrnor
THF.NTON N. J. Nov. 5. Practlc
ally complete figures today show that
Fllder was elected governor hy over
twenty-two thousand majority.
HHYAN PI.F.ASF.D WITH ItKSl'l.TM
Hcclnres Thai Y'eslenlaj's P.lcctlniN
Afforded Tho Pc.iple First Op-
portunity to Ktprcxs
Oy ABUoclnted Presa.
WASHINGTON. Nov. 5. Sorretmy
Hryan declared todaythal ycitenlay-
day'H elecilons afforaed the flrM op-
boriuiilty- the propli. find to vxpr6ss
themselves and showed endorsement
hut ho snld thnt ho wuh- pleased with
Uuive your children with the Glean-
ers while you attend your club meet-
ings and do your Christinas shopping.
FIVE DEER ON BIG HUNT
'. II. Fuluili-r Dr. Ilollls and J. II.
Knox lteporl Kxrcllcut Time
limiting In Davis Mis.
Bringing hack llvo deer with them
hut hud been killed iu tho heart of
the Davis mountains in Western Texas
Dr l W- Hollls. J. B. Knox and At
torney i. il lulwiler report ono ot
tho best hunting trips that they have
ever taken. The party has been awuy
from Abilene for twelve days and re-
turned on tho I rat Texas and Pacllle
The party of nlmrods went to Pecos
and down the Pecos Vulley Southern
Hallway to Toyahvnle where th
were met by Hob SlcCutcheon and W-
L. Kingston owners of big ranches Hi
that section and taken lo their ratich-
s Tho mountains are lu the heart ot
the Davis mountains being some of
the finest hunting ground anywhere.
During the time the party was away
they killed a total of six deer five of
which they brought back with them to
Abilene. They report that duck- and
quail aro In profusion und killed many
Notably during tha time they were
out on these ranches they had occa-
sion to hunt the celebrated black boar
which abound iu this section. Num-
erous ot them were seen but none of
the party wero so fortuuate as to kill
one. This came about mostly on ac-
count of the dogs used by the party
not concentrating nn one bear at a
time but eacTt taking one thus mak
ing it a dlfrieult matter to bag any of
The Davis mountains country la in
flnp shape said Mr Fulwiler. We Baw
plenty of good crops In that country.
Good rains had fallen and we saw
good rains while we were out there.
Where we were is only about 'ih miles
from Fort Stockton and that country
Is looking up In an excellent manner-
HAWK'S SISTKK TALKS
Giles Out AatWerled IMenlew De-
da rime iMNerence f tn4ker
Who (oafed Vtlmt
DALL.S Nov S -Old Meade Barr.
Helf-confesbtd slayer ef Flarruce
Brown really coaiml the horrible
crime or U his coifcss'ou the work
lags of a iad dueasd it.l drink
aad drugsf Mrs C K Saaders. sla
ter of the mn who calmly admits
be waa the perpetrator si the Moat
bruut murder ta tbu buiory cf ml
las asterta that her Vrotker iu-
The u-iiif vihtisi ilium nre Ktmtett to I ho pledge printed
In-low lliive ii n recti lu p.iv four percent on their roil! ostnto
nml two per ceiil on their porsuiuit properlv. Inisetl on thoir
l!Ml! I'ily ri'iitlltimi Into n finnl lo ho tisnl for seouriiijr new
ellterpei.seH for Ahileiio tllilt will hltihl Up lite lovvn. The
"iilweripiions to rovpi llirw jotim mil moro limn 10 percent
to lie ciillod fin in iin.v iiiie- vpui Tho pliut pillow ovor.v
ono OH n nilr mill jiisi Iim.sh mid oyory limn nml wointiii In
Ahilono should ho willing to Nijrn tho ol1f(xatloti. If yon
linvo hut llttlo piopoiij yon pny hit! vor.v llttlo ir you
hnvo Ini'iie pinpotiy on pny ueoordlnji to the IiciioIHm you
tlotiVo. Kvury poraon wlioxo nniuo docs not qpponr on tllo
list Ih likoil to onll ut thu fJhnlnhor of Commerce or ot thin
oilh'e nml kbjii up fur their pmi. (lot ou tho honor foil or
your town mid ho n helper". Do your purl if it is hut oil
eonl.H. Xiiiiiiw only will he pulUS.shetPiind not tho nmotitit of
tho suhseriptinn. Ilond tho ohlimitiou close und look over
the list of thoM' who hnvo signed up nml see if you don't
wiint to join them in helping to hnihl Ahilo.no on thu only
ftiir und just IuinIh thnt tins over heon NUKcHtotl:
The ohlipitioit to ho Mignutl:
We rt'Jilizo (hut nn urgent itoeeKsity now oxihIm inrco-
operution niiionu iIiono interested iu the ruturo or Abilene.
Short of this there is no hope uf luiiiiliiig prosporoiis city
Wo nre confident thnt if u KuliHtnufiiil sum of money in
plodded to ho expended wilhin the next three yoiiro fo ho-
euro worthy oulerprise.s for Ahilono thnt profiiess und pros-
perity will nijiiiii hleas our jieoplo nml thnt hisliui; mid mib-
slnntiiil resuH.s will follow.
Therefore in consideration of the benefits to nil of iin. the
siunor.s hereof ohlinte onrxolves to pny to the order of Hen-
ry Snyles. .1. M. Hndfnril fJeo. U. I'uxtou Henry Jiune. K.
H. Hynutn Next Ferjiohon II. O. Wooteu V. A. .Miuter .Ir.
und (Jeo. S. Anderson triiHteos nml to their NtievtiiHorM nt
Abilene Tcxiih the sum of money fhut without interest
until over tine ufler heinir en I led rrl rospeotfully set oppo-
site our rospective mimes. The money to ho collected by
the trustees nfter thirty days notice; the liugTetfiito culls
within nny twelve months time not to exceed forty per cent
.subscribed. The money collected to be used by snid trus-
tees nml their sueeeswrs to secure us many worthy enter-
prises as thoy can. provided that no deal shall be closed for
any enterprise unless tho wisdom of milking such deal is
approved liy the suhscrihursr hereto owning- or representing
ffltir-fiff lis of the money subscribed mid unpaid.
All detaiis of organization and conduct nt the biiHinojw
is entrusted wholly to the trustees mimed herein who shall
serve Tor ;
neither the trustees named nor their successors shall rueeive
any compensation for their services. The successors of the
trustees herein shall bo xoleoted by the subscribers owning
or representing two-thirds of the iimouut subscribed nml un-
paid ut a meeting Tor such purpose to be called by the
trustees herein named nfter five days notice by a letter
through the Abilene postoffice. The trustees so selected at
such meeting to serve for the unexpired term of three years
oxeept iu eases of resignation or death. Now trustees to fill
such vaenuoios to boholeeted and appointed by the surviving
The Honor Roll to this date;
K. K I.F.GKTT '
C. W. MKHCHAXT
J. I. PAUHAMOHK
J. N. FKIUIUSOK
K. N. KIHBV
BUIlTON LINGO CO
('. W. BACON
M. 1- WYATT
J' C. TAVI.OU
GKO. 8. BBOWNK
T. H. HOLLIN8
You are most cordially invited to add your name to this
Honor Holl. Will you not do it now today! It is left with
Hliose who subscribe to say when the money way be twed
and for what purpose.
tiocent. Her husband. Burr's brother-lu-luw
atso expresses the same be
lief. The sister admits tint her
brother waa In Dallas on the day of
the murder anu says he left iK'-ue
about eight o'cIook that morning af-
ter telling her good-hy und saying
that he waa going to. leave Dallas
Mrs. Sanders gsv Thru DM authoriz-
ed interview lu regard to tho tan
Tuesday. Her statement was made in
the presence of her husband who cor
roborated her recital lu inuiy derails.
Both the sister and brulher-tu-iuw as-
sert positively iu the Uii.utetice uf
their rtilauvwt depl e the fact irat
ha iiUts in laying that 4 murdtr-
ed Florence Blown.
Beade Barr la now 30 years ui a;e.
He la the sou of a highly r-pec:Ml
and retired farmer ot Jennings -outi
ty. Indiana in which county tin was
born. The father waa a Union sol
dier during the Civil War aad Is
highly thought of by al' who know
aim. When Meade was but a mere
baby his mother died and he grew
up without tke care of a real mo her
A part of Mrs. Sanders' statement
"On the moraine of July 28 tke tlay
the murder wm committed. Mul
UH. the luHM. afcout S o'clock k
iht have Wu a little k4er wr p
salfht have - a mile alter ihla
aur WhMs. he UH th houae he ?oW
m KOdd-bye aaylai th&t he wu go-
HKNUY 8AI.KS. Jit.
TUB 8AYLBS INTKRK8T8
W. A. MINTKR. JB.
GKO. 8. ANDKItSON
II. O. WOOTBN
J. M. BADFORD
J. M HADFOBll. GRO. CO
0 BO. I PAXTON
K. B. IIYNUM
BD. 8. HUailKSCO
Bl). 8. HUG I IKS
ine to leave Dallas. Hj waUrj uutb
alonit Haskell aveau taiH lard
rair rarit u tae ifte.tur4y tt
previous la this. Meda waa iikkiiw
and when ha caato hewe that kht
ne tow m that he bad Ju rut a
aegro to pieces.
"Da that Sunday alht ha iwM that
he had no trouble with a HK. Wh
he would tell Ua these faataatL. wumw
his eyea always appeared b-.iraily
urigui. and there waa an air aWu;
him that would luuse auyoue wu
knew him to rcaltx iipt tu. :
drawing on his lmaluatka.
to my miaa ae is a iamat :
the brutal inurdxr m anv ikr
-walks the streets ef DalUs. ad I
believe that If the eci vmW rfc
as Kara t eaumwium imwvo
as some ef theat are la ttx fttltt tifra
him. they could prey a esasUt ali-
bi for him Mia isatsawaW tha4 h
killed ta airt are sMNy tt
meam o a mar. wsi 4 wwrrtai
mlad. Ir ev -"'"' ha aaaMaa ia
crave pualloHy. Why h ahauWt hyi
a wewaa late tha ca aa k ha at
heyead pe. Daa4t th ftaec thA s
aaa mh rata- rcata aad Mat
la a avmhsr f mmmmm m
tttM U ttMNBU If ha laimiai thjsl
iay wm ta Mavat Mt mimm ws-
I Ut auHrar haUeva that ha ta calk
uaUl has aoaftaadaa la rafrahntaiad la
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The Abilene Daily Reporter (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 17, No. 267, Ed. 1 Wednesday, November 5, 1913, newspaper, November 5, 1913; Abilene, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth332072/m1/1/: accessed November 25, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Public Library.