Daily Bulletin. (Brownwood, Tex.), Vol. 9, No. 143, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 1, 1909 Page: 1 of 8
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N CHIEF AND BAND
Believed That He Will Surrender at Pierce
Today There is Some Talk of
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"i i A
Special to Tally Bulletin.
Fort Worth Tex. April 1. Cattle
receipts 2200; hogs 3500. Steers act
ive steady tops $6.05; cows steady
good tops $4.00; calves lower fair
tops $585; hogs firm higher tops
Special to Dailv Bulletin :
.yuskogee Okla. April 1. All fear
a ciasa Detween government and
1 cerrain snnvo ntiMnirc hoc- uian
llood Indians today "by Col. Hoff-
The search for the cliief Crazy
c uiumuny. it is uenevea mat tne
INSURANCE AGENTS FINED
ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS.
Special to Dally Bulletin:
Waco Texas April 1. The social
club of Insurance agents in this city
werje fined one thousand dollars today
Indian Chief will quit and surrender in district court upon the agreement
at Pierce today though just what of Assistant Attorney General Light-
be ascertained since his exact where- insurance rates. They were also pro
abouts are not known. Quiet has been nioited from future meetings under the
restored in the negro faction camp name of the club
near here. Just what punishment will i
be meted out to the renegades when
captured has not been decided on.
- ARTEMUS WARD'S ROACH.
George V. Kelcey a veteran journal-
ist of -Cleveland remembers Artemus
'Ward called on me" he said the
other day "the night before one of his
panorama lectures. There were some
three or four large roaches scurrying
about my room and. they attracted his
" 'I am very fond of roaches' Ward
said 'Once in my own home I found
a roach struggling In a bowl of water.
I took a half walnut shell and put him
in it; It made a good boat I gave him
a couple or tooth picks for oars. Next
morning I saw that he had fastened a
hair to one of the toothnlcks and had
evidently hpon flchinrr I Special tf. Dally Bulletin.
T-ww. uatawo 1 11U U I - I
come with exhaustion he had fallen lulsa UKla- Apru 1-"At ttie close
aSleep. The sight moved me. I took of tIle nrayer service last night a busl-
him out washed him gave him a ness meetm& of the members of the
spoonful of boiled egg and let him go. im uWUst cinircn was caHea re-
That roach never forgot my kindness sultnS in the declaring of the pulpit
MEIER OF CONGREGATION
AND PASTOR HAVE CLASH
Personal Encounter Between Church People
at Tulsa Okla. Brings to Light
and now my house Is full of roaches.'"
YEGGXEN SECURE A
SXALL AMOUNT OF CASH.
irt Worth Texas April 1. Yegg-
sn early this moraine broke onen the
roetbfflce safe in Bud Williamson's
store at Kennedale and succeeded in
ettlng o.ff with twenty dollars in cash.
Conductor Fitzgerald has a force of
tarpenters at work on his Hand street
Shome making needed repairs before
moving into it Mr. Fitzgerald is fix-
ing up to be comfortable.
COMPATRIOT OF GENERAL
SAM HOUSTON DEAD. I
Special to Daily Bulletin.
Denison Texas April 1. Judge T.
M. Cooks aged sixty died late last
night in the Sherman hospital. He
was one of the best known characters
of North Texas. Was a compatriot of
f!pn Sum "Hnnctnn nnfl n former Fed
eral judge in the Indian Territory. He Manufactures Refuse to Grant Increase Con
was a veteran of the Civil War and a
member of the first Texas Legislature.
Judge Cooks was born in Indiana. His j
remains will be interred here where
he has lived the past twenty years.
vacant. Following tills in quick suc
cession there was a personal encounter
between the pastor Rev. T. J. Slaugh-
ter and C. A. Mitchell the leader of
the faction seeking his resignation.
The faction of the congregation oppos
ing the pastor collected after the bene-
diction was pronounced at the close ot
the. service and police interference"
was necessary to restore order. The
pastor does not stand alone but has
a strong following in his congregation.
Both parties appeared before the city
court this morning and their cases
were dismissed. Rev. Slaughter come
were dismissed. Rev. Slaughter came
two years ago.
ference Held at Austin few
EL PASO EVENING NEWS
Special to Dally Bulletin.
El Paso Texas April 1. The Even
ing News suspended here last jnight
: announcing that its publishers will
seek-a larger territory. The El Paso
Herald will take over the business and
subscription list while the plant will
be moved to Albuquerque N. M.
The News had been published in El
Paso for several years.
BOY IS DRAGGED BY
"Special to Daily Bulletin;
Amarillo Texas April 1. The 12-yeaf-old
son of J. M. Field of this city
died this morning as the result of be-
ing thrown from a horse which he was
riding last night In the fall his foot
caught In the stirrup and he was drag--ged
a considerable distance the horse
going in a gallop.
(Steal Pi? .M
t -d ess. -jpt-
SArl JAILED TO
T FOLLY AT LEISURE
nd Booze and Attempt Two
HoIcJupsLater They Find
Their Way to Jail.
xas April 1. James I this they ran away and escaped
met Schaffner two
s city are now lan-
the result of an un-
pt at highway rob-
ieir first attempt at the
night -they stole a pis-
e or wniSKey rrom tne
and then attempted to
'proprietor. Failing in
er. wnue driving m a buggy near
Pleasanton they .made" a second at
tempt the victim" being Charles Banks
a negro who watching his opportun
ity escaped before they had gotten
any swag. This morning they return
ed to this city in the buggy and were
arrested and placed in jail to .repent o
their folly at their leisure.
5f CONCERT AT ANGELO.
die who was In Brownwood
p for ttie purpose of arrang-
ite for the Balfour Trio is in
r today conferring with the
wtfi1 fMtiVi rn -n cltnllar miccinn
Jtiddle in a phone .message this
oon to the Bulletin said she was
T . .
jfeeessini tn uooKing tne iiaiiours
sllja. the San Angelo Elks and that
nth. Brownwo.d people who are
ry anxious to hear the Balfours will
've an opportunity to so In party to
San Angelo lor that purpose. Miss
le who by the way is a clerer
iiixi ui hi. nils iiiTHiiifii ;i
with the San Angelo Standard
. . . . . J M f . A.
in in a biiuii nine juin ine
BALLINGER HAS SHIPPED
31 ANY BALES THIS SEASON.
u. V. Turner of Dallas who has
been buying cotton at Ballinger dur
ing the season that practically closes
today was . in Brownwood yesterday
afternoon on his way home for -the
summer. Mr. Turner informs the Bul-
letin that the wagon receipts in Bal
linger this year were a little above
52000 bales and that out of that num
ber his firm M. W. Wolf & Cobought
15000 bales. He says commIvsl In
terests generally are flourlfcwrig In
mat city ana mat tne citizens are
In earnest about building railroads.
Sheriff Frank Emison returned last
night from Corpus ChrlstI where he
went jor a prisoner wamea nere in a
1 local option case.
v TEMPLE ON BRYAN DAY
n t-o WJ 1 1 1 Lsiiri o Snorial I fain i-tmm
mm w b m m i m m v' m-m m -w m m m v a
Return After the Lecture is Over.
Special to Dally Bulletin.
Fort Worth. Texas April l.Two
hundred granite' cutters who belong
to the National Union in Texas struck
iouay ior an increase in w?."-
twenty-five cents per daj. Thlsbelng
the firstvof April it was the time for
the renewing of the contracts between
unions and manufacturers. Demand
for an Increase in wages was one of
several demands which the manufac-
turers refused to grant after a con-
ference held at Austin several days
ago. The Unions are out In Dallas
Houston San Antonio Austin and Ft
Worth.. A Waxahachie firm aud one
in this city have signed up for the new
locale and work will continue in these
At the Brownwood Granite and
Marble Works the men have been
working with the understanding that
the shfo Is an open one and they are
hot required by the Union to leave
their places. Messrs. Anderson and
Turner hopq to work their men with-
out Interference from other shops.
BANK GUARANTEE BILL 5
MAY PASS THE ROUSE
Uninteruped Discussion of Bill Lasted
the Moring in the ' - -House
SENATOR HORACE CRILTON
Special to Dftily Bulletin:
Austin Texas April L The Gure-
ton bank guaranty bill stands a good
chance: to pass the house this after-
noon after an uninterrupted discus
sion which lasted all
merits of the Nickels substitute. The .
subject when opened for discussion
was taken up with a vim Indicating
that the dilatory tactics heretofore In- .
the morning ulged ln nad en abandoned. Sev-
leral were billed tn snonV thia
Bostick spoke' an hour In support of jnoon and the indlcations are ood f
-Jl . . 5'
the bill. HIghsmlth presented
a late adjournment hour.
FIXED PENALTIES FOR
Heavy Law Practice and Desire to Keep Out
Sceclal to Dally Bulletin.
DOMESTIC TROUBLES THE
of Public Life is Given as
twcIal.to Daily Bulletin.
.Austin Texas April 1. Senator
Horace Chilton will no.t be the new
railroad commissioner. The governor
this morning received a letter from the
former senator at his Dallas home
positively declining the appointment
tendered him yesterday. This action
on the part of Chilton Is thought to
be due to .the heavy law practice he
is getting which brings him a much
larger income than the office of Com-
missioner would. . Friends of E. P.
Curtis and J. L. Wortham have now re-
newed their activity at the capital.
Austin Texas April 1. Prosecuting
attorneys are prohibited from drawing
fees twice on same basjs in trial ot
anti-trust violations wherein judgment
has been previously rendered by any
court This restriction in the amend
ment was adopted before finally pass
ing the bill fixing the penalties for
anti-trust violations. This was the
'only matter up before the Sepate to
day for settlement y
PAPER HANGERS AND
PAINTERS WALK OUT.
LAJsl 10 LEA vL THE FIELD. J ward with fixed bayonets the slender Special to Dally Bulletin:
it was in the great battle on Stone Tennesseean in crav realized thnl hn Dallas Texas April 1
river near Murfreesboro Tenn. that was almost alone in the field with his
i.uKe Wright s battery played a his- . dead brother beside him. He fired one
ioric part and that the Wright broth
ers proved themselves heroes relates
more charge of canister and mount
ing his horse galloped away with the
cheers of the enemy ringing In his
For three dreadful days the union ears.
uiuiy unuer itosecrans 43.4UU strong. That was the last shot fired In the
md contested the field. It -was a bat-three days' battle of Stone River. Luke
tie In which the two armies lost 19000 . Wright was the last Confederate to
proprietors of the various shops in
this city today refused a demand to
Increase the wages of employees two
hundred paper hangers and painters
walked out. Ten employers signed the
new scale and this will give employ-
merit to a small portion of the union
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Dallas Texas. April l.Stephen Cos:
was shot by a shotgun In the hands of
R. T Hill at Seagoville late last night
Both men are well known. Hill sur-
rendered this morning to the police.
Domestic troubles' are the admitted
cause of the trouble.
Mrs. Lyle and daughters Misses.
Margaret and Myrtle left this morning'
for Tulla where they will make their5
future home. Mr. Lyle has been there
for several weeks and the family is
going to join him.
The remains of John Vincent were
transferred here this morning enroute"
to Brady for buriaL
Dr. George Abney and wife of'
Franklin Texas arrived In the city
last night and will spend several days'
as the guests ot relatives.
men in killed and wbunded.
As the Confederate army broke and
leave the field. He had not ridden
fifty -yards when he looked back to
fled under the iron storni from the see the Stars and Stripes nlreadv fast
union guns Wright's battery stood Us .jened on the carriage of his captured
cround ln tllf deserted flplrl. Hnntrtl
Wright was so fntent on smashing his f
The Santa Fe will run a spedal
In order" to bring those who
nt to hear Bryan lecture. The
1 will reach Brownwood at 7:15
row afternoon and will be held
over here until 11 o'clock. 'sThe
west bound train will b held nnttj
10:45 to accommodate those who come
from. the west on tho afternoon train.
It is thought that several hundred poo-
pte from oujrtown will' spend "the
day In Diiffi tomorrow.
foes that he took no heed of the fact
that the rest of the Confederate
troops had .retired. Under his orders
the guns were pushed forward by hand.
Again and again the battery poured
canister Into the advancing union lines.
While the handsome artillery captain
3at on his horse and urged his man to
keep their guns going for the honor of
old Tennessae his young brother
Luke the 17-year-old sergeant stuck
vnllantly to tfre gun he commanded
loading and firing when the enemy
was ao close that ho could recognize
Suddenly Captain Wright tumbled
dead from his horse. Even after that
the young sergeant continued to servo
als? guns. . i
Than as the union line lurched for-
ALEX SEARS MURDERERS.
Special to- Daily 'Bulletin: '
Abilene Texas April 1. No new de-
velopments In tho Tom Barnott trial
here today.- Several witnesses have
testified to seeing buggy driven ln the
direction of' tho school house at a late
hour the night of the murder and it
developed that alarm ivoit by guluons
caused men to linsten. The state will
likely rest this afternoon.
DEAL BROWNWOOD II
Pays the City $175 for .Water Durin
Month of March No April' Fool-
Furnished Other Towns on Branch.
Mrs. M. L. Cleveland's cottage home
Is completed now n rid is Indeed an 'or-
nament to that portion of the town.
The cottage is buff t on the bungalow jBrpVnwood.
styia ana isvery attractive as wen as
The Santa Fo railroad finds it con
venient to. use a greatdehl of water at
Not onl is a reat.
miount of water useil-h'ere but.otker
towns- are furnished from th Brnwn-
wood malnk -The bill this month for
water wj$75. pur water-supply Is
a drawing carll Yor the SaaU cut-loffndlvlsIonApc-lnt
on the- system
i case the cut-off goes elsewhere.
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