The Daily Express. (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 43, No. 70, Ed. 1 Tuesday, March 10, 1908 Page: 2 of 14
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THE SAN ANTONIO DAILY EXPRESS: TUESDAY MORNING, MARCH 10, 1908.
BURIAL OF LAST
OF CHILD VICTIMS
All Church Bells in Village Toll
and Memorial Services Are Held
io Ail Cleveland Schools.
IS HELD BLAMELESS
GIVES DEMOCRATIC VIEW ON CURRENCY.
CLEVELAND, Ohio. March O.-When
twenty-ona flower utrewn little white
caskets wore placed beneath the ground
In lAkevlew Cemetery today, tho last
of the 167 charred remains of tho child-
ren who lost their lives in tho burning
of the lAkevlew ncbool In Colllnwood
"Wednesday last, wer« laid to rest. The
twenty-one raskojs contalnod tho bodies
of the seventeen unidentified children
and four that were claimed at the last
moment. All were burled together In
one Ulj: public funeral.
Earlier services were held in each of
the qlsht churches in Collinwood. 'J in*
parents of tho unclaimed ones attended
the church of ttieir respective faith.
*V>llowlnir this, the public service was
conducted by Kev. (.*. fc. Patterson i»t
the morgue. When the services ,wore
held all tho church bells in the villas-
were tolled simultaneously. Memorial
services were also held in all of tho
Cleveland schools tit the same hour.
At the coroner's inquest today, J'
Herter, the Janitor of tho ill fated mull-
iVig, was exonerated from all blame lor
••You did your duty and were in no
wise to blame," said Coroner Burke to
tho janitor at the conclusion of tho
Herter examination today. Herter said
Jio was at the school building Irom <
o'clock In the morning ol tho fire until
he was driven out by flic, lie said l.ie |
fire started about 9:20 o clock. The
first he said he knew of the fire was
from three little girls who had been in
the basement. Wfhen they went up-
stairs he said they discovered the gimme
and one of them called to him.
Janitor Herter's Story.
••I ran up the stops," Herter testified,
''and opened the door. I saw lho siuoiio
coming through the basement at the op
steps; about as much as a cigar would
make. 1 did not lock the doors haea.
The doors stayed back without hnokln*.
"Then I went to room No. 1, Miss Ir-
vin s room, on the seeond floor, then to
the rear entrance and opened the inside
and outside doors. The right hand doors
J liooked back: the two left hand doors
stayed open. Then 1 ran to Miss Rose s
room. No. 2, opened tho window and
threw out two children. One tell. J
Jumped out of tho window and picked
them up." ,, ...
On other points Hei'trr R»I<1: I was
not outside the building: that forenoon
except for two or three minutes. I was
rot at home. ,
"There was a rail around the boiler
room. Recently I noticed that It was
blistered by the heal.
"1 have no license as a^i eiiRineer. It
has no boiler. No liceimo was fjjiilred to
run It. „ ,,
"I had seven children. Three of I he
seven were nt school and perished.
"1 never complained lo the Board of
Kducation about the railing petting hot,
1 had some kindline wood tw'k of th"
furnace to start fires with. J ysctl also
for cleaning a little, coal oil. which 1
kept In a closet.
"I saw Miw Weilcr and her class. She
was holding back her children from the
rear door. Miss Lynn had already passed
out with her class. I saw .Nflss Roso
trying to open the catch of the left hand
Inner door. I pulled it open. Then came
the rush and the panic."
I^Hte this afternoon a public meeting
was held by I'ieveland city school offi-
cials, city officials and editors of the
Cleveland daily papers. The school board
was recommended to make immediate
repairs to the present buildings, but It
was not deemed necessary to close all
of the buildings until the repairs have
Tonight the school hoard decided lo
raze the Mayflower School building, lo-
cated In the fJhetto district, at once and
erect a larger and modern fireproof
building in its place. Tire wardens will
be stationed at all dangerous buildings,
who will patrol the places until they are
placed in an Improved condition.
Piles Cured in & to 14 Days.
PAZO OINTMENT is guaranteed to
cure any case of Itching. Blind, Bleed-
ing or Protruding Pile* In 6 to 14 day!
or money refunded. _^E0c.
RESCUED IN~ MID-OCEAN.
Crew of Norwegian Bark Glint on
HORTA, Ftayal, Amores, March 9.—
The crew of the Norwegian hark Glint
were landed here today by the British
'steamer Tredegarhall after having been
rescued at sea from their vessel, which
was in a sinking condition.
While Endorsing Nebraskan, They
Also Endorse Action Taken
at the Waco Meeting.
EXPECT BAILEYITES TO
SENATOR JOSEPH WELDON BAILEY.
T1IIC views of the fathers of Democracy on the currency question were brought
into use in support of the substitute of the minority for the Aldrlch bill in
the great speech of Senator Bailey yesterday. While endorsing the President's
acts and views to a large extent In the matter of railroad regulation. Mr. Bailey
leaves no doubt as to his opinion of the course of the present Administration In
breaking down the barriers of State jtovereignty and enlarging the powers of
the National Government, lie also velces the Democratic opposition to an at-
tempt to regulate by law all the tiffairfflof mankind in their private relations.
ICE TRUST MEN ARE
RELEASER FROM JAIL
VIOLATORS OF OHIO ANTI-TRUST
LAW SERVE 37 DAYS.
KEEP IT IN MIND
KEKP IT IN MIND
A dainty, pure and healthful toilet ne«
eeaalty, appreciated by women of refine-
ment. It Is harmless, clean and refresh-
^^tn«. It* dally use is a fastidious and ex*
qulalte habit. In white, pink and bm-
g*tt«L At all druggists, Me. Sample free.
BAMOSTZ MFO. CO., «m Antenle, T«
Prosecuting Attorney Offers No Ob-
jection tc Suspension of Sentence.
Petition for Release Numer-
TOI.KDO, Ohio, March It.—-.ludge
Brougli. in Common Pleas Court, today
Issued an order releasing from jail R. C.
Clemmon, R. A. Beard and Joseph Miller,
the lee men sentenced to six months' Im-
prisonment for violation of the antitrust
laws. The men had served thirty-seven
The motion for suspension of sentence
wits made, last week, anil there was also
presented to tho court a petition nu-
merously signed, asking that the men be
given their freedom.
Counsel for the prisoners and thetprose-
cutlng attorney agreed that the court
hud authority to suspend sentence If it
was thought the ends of justice had been
served. The State declared it would
make no objection to an order of suspen-
Tho throe men plainly showed the ef-
fects of their thirty-seven days' confine-
ment. and at once left the court roq^
it has now been nearly a year since the
Ice men were brought to trial tinder the
Valentine law. charged with conspiracy
in restraint of trade.
IF YOU KNEW
tho merits of tho Texas Wonder you
would never suffer from kidney, blad-
der or rheumatic trounie. $1 bottle, two
months' treatment, sold by drugrtsls or
bv mall. Send for testimonials. Dr.
E. W. Hall. 2926 Olive St.. St. Ixiuis.
CASE IS POLTTICAL ONE.
Judge Hough Di3ml6ses Jury in Suit
of American Banana Company.
NEW YORK, Marcn !>.—Holding that
the case was a political rather than a
legal one, and that therefore he had no
jurisdiction. Judge Hough in tlie I'niled
States x'lrcuit Court today dismissed tha
jury In the suit of the American Ranana
Companv against the United Fruit Com-
panv lor damages amounting to $6,-
The suit was brought under the anti-
W. T. JER0*r
Alleged Failure to
Absence of Crime
paign Fund Not
FALLS FROM POLE; DIES.
Telegraph Lineman's Body Struck
Mile Post With Fatal Result.
Special Telegram to Tlic Kxpress.
BIG SPRING'S, Tex., March 9.—David
Newby, a telegraph lineman, is dead hare
as the result of n fait sustained by him
Newby fell from a telegraph pole and
his falling body struck a railroad milo
CHILEAN NITRATE FIELDS.
Anglo-American Syndicate Buys Rail-
road and Minerals.
VALPARAISO, March 9.—An Anglo-
American syndicate hns purchased the
Port Coloso Railway and nitrate fields,
as well a» nitrate fields In Tarapaca
and Antofagasta for $12,000,000.
Government Scores Complete Victory.
Majority in Both Houses.
HUENOS AYRES. March 9.—'The elec-
tions oame to an end today and the fi-
nal results show that the Governm.-nt
ie<l throughout tile entire Re-
working majority ir loth
has triumphed throughout the entire Re-
public. A working majority ir loth
Houses of the Federal legislature as-
sures confirmation ot the Prcs'dcr.t's
ALBANY, N. Y., March !>.-
torney Jorome of New York
with Governor Hughes his ans
charges preferred against 1 'm
Hum F. King, former pres nt
New York Merchants' Assoi 1
committee of minority sto
the Metropolitan Street Ri
pany, In which the Goveri
to remove Mr. Jerome from
answer Is a general denial ol
The Governor said he wo'
the procedure to be followed
examined the documents.
The District Attorney's an
that the charges are baset
tions which are purely gr
that in each instance of a
to prosecute, the offense
matter of law constitute a
crime had been committee
reason ol some defect of (
as the lack ot corrobora ti
law forbade a prosecution
wus a corroboration, tmposi
tain a prosecution, und tha
the obligation of his oath
forbade him to institute p
the absence of evidence to
Each of the twenty-!
against him was taken up I
With reference to the cha
lntes to Mr. Jerome's Cf
which was in charge of He
who was one of his assist
otne states that "save an
few instances" he was not
did not know from whom
tions to tho expenses of
The answer sets forth
largest contributor to the
Mr. Jerome knows, was
meyer, who has been for
personal friend of tho Dii
Mr. tTnterineyer's contrlt
The charges against Mr.
that this contribution wi
the ground that Mr. I'ntf
attorney for James J. J
vice president of the lCqi
suranee Society. To this t
ed that Mr. Untermeyer i
not represent Mr. Hyde
matters, and that neitl
since that time has any
produced to indicate that
been guilty of any crlmlni
Denial Is made that 5
he has been an active
law. nas at any time rec<
or been shown any other
tesles or considerations
to every practicing law
made also that any favori
asked or received of the
ney from any corporatio
In reply to the alle»ati<
trlct Attorney had almos'
th» confidence of the peoj
of New York, the answ<
ability to judge this asi
forth some of the numer<
he has been receiving s
were made containing as
fldence. In the list of le
are communications fi
Choate, Gen. B. F. Tracj
Dally Express Ai.stln Bureau.
AUSTIN, Tex., March 9.—Executing a
masterful coup d'etat In the face of a
similar plotted rrovemenl on the part of
the opposition, a courthouse fell of
Democrats tonight converted a conven-
tion called to form a Hryan Club Into n
shouting conv Kttlen that gave enthusi-
astic endorsement to the candMscy of
I he Nebraska i and to the selection of
delegates ut laige to the Natioiil Con-
vention made by the assemblage at Waco
The meeting took place In tlie Pistrict
Court room and continued through a
momentous hour and a half. Speeches
were mudo th.it pulsated with patriotic
fervor arid sc.'llied with denunciation of
the policy of that condoncs If not abets
the acceptanco of employment by public
servants from public Service corporations.
A few sytnp illilters of Senator J. W.
Bailey appeared In the audience, and one.
challenged the light of the meeting to
permit I he semblance of this Issue to
become injected Into the convention's ac-
tion but their s was the voice and at-
titude of a hopeless minority, and the
resolutions weri' adopted almost unani-
mously, less than half a loien i xpress-
Ing opposition, while the remainder of
tho negatively Inclined registered a
"present, but tot voting."
To Organize Bryan Club.
Alex Pope of Dallas appeared in Aus-
tin Saturday and sought signatures to
a petition calling a mass meeting for to-
night lo organize a Bryan Club, the os-
tensible purpo-e being lo promote the
candidacy or the Nebraskan. Tie' peti-
tion contained the names of Governor
Campbell. Tre isurer Sam Spurks, Insur-
ance Commissioner Love. Comptroller
fitophens and any number of prominent
local politician! and public men. There
was much enthusiasm from the inceptloi
of the project, and had 11 not rained In
torrents the Dlilrlct Court room, proh-
ablv could not have accommodated the
crowd. As it wus, possibly 300 were preB-
Late In the afternoon the report got
abroad that the Bailey men were plan-
ning to capture tho convention. That
was the cue. Every anti Bailey man that
could set away and that felt tVat h.-
tould physically brave the elemental dis-
udvantaK«H that had t"> incurred, pre-
pared to hi# principles.
Mr Pope wag late at the court room.
The crowd became rwitl^s. and frequent
applause and call# for the meeting to
b*gin requited piescntly in the cal Ing «>f
the convention to order by John L. Snei-
ton. co'rnty chairman. J. Bouldin Sector
was nominated to be temporary chait-
mnn til* (ieorge Mendell secretary.
The *3ftinUtte«jB. one on organl?atlon,
the Other on re.^lutions, were nornnated
and »«le^ted a« follows: John h. Helton,
D. Simmons. Joe Koen. J. :I. R*-y"
Jr. ar/d N. A. Hector, the latter
whom, was chairman of the nalley
iroes dmring the primary a Vpir "K°c,
')n re/nolutiona: <*• Allen, A. *.■■
' /V sips,J "Kalamlty Bonner, J. <»regg
L y. L. Dillingham.
> *il7e the committees retired Railroad
Co, ^'isioner O. B. Colquitt, by una.nl-
•ivitatlon of the meeting, was
the platform. He was escorted
Mclean, secretary of the com-
tid others. Mr. Colqilltt made
■ed hit. He spoke fervently
-ratlc lines and evoked shout
i of enthusiasm by encomiums
.ght predictions respecting Mr.
.ii. After his speech Mr. Colquitt
,i the hall for his home.
, Resolution! Cause the Trouble.
When the committees were prepared to
eport—In fact, they hardly had retired
nm the hall before re-entering-one of
m recommended that the temporary
cers be made permanent. This was
pted. The report of the resolutions
lmlttee provoked the fireworks.
t the outset an unqualified endorse
nt of Governor Campbell and Senator
Iberson, conspicuously because they
1 expressed a disinclination to become
ldldates for delegates at large to the
.tlonal convention, was voiced, followed
mediately by unstinted praise of the
ndidates nominated by the antl-Balley
aventlon at Waco, their staunch
imocracy and the necessity of their
pport. because of their being Bryan men
d standing for the cardinal principles
the Nebraskan's platform, and winding
i with an eulogistic endorsement of Mr.
yan and hi* candidacy.
nr. Pope 15ae on his feet immediately,
s requested that a discussion of the
solutions be Indulged In and deprecated
e Injection of a State issue Into the
ganlsatlon of the club, whose first
inciple was the espousal of Mr. Bryan,
rj. w. Allen said that every Democrat
for Bryan and that It Is unnecessary
organize Bryan clubs but for the sol#
irpose of seeing that Bryan delegates
tend the convention. Therefore he
.ought the meeting should endorse the
degutes nominated at Waco Inasmuch
Your appearance its due; wear
clothes that will do you f justice
before your fellows. That's com-
mon sense. We've smart styles
for spring that are not even sur-
passed by the merchant tailor.
A look will show you—
A try-on will prove the fit.
$10 to $40
manifested. After the reading of the
resolution he voiced his hearty approval
and made a strong speech In ith favor.
It endorsed the only known delegates for
the convention, he said, and they we 10
all unqualifiedly for Bryan.
Resslutlon Is Amended
Mr. Pope asked that the resolution bo
so amended as to read that the Waco
convention be endorsed "In Its endorse-
ment" of the delegates named In It, tho
original resolution having endorsed the
convention "and" Its endorsement of the
delegates selected, the "and" having been
changed to "In." This the oommlttee
cheerfully agreed to, and with alacrity
It was done. The resolution was then
adopted, with n few dissenting votes.
The committee also proposed Mr. Pope's
bylaws and constitution, the chairman
declaring he would appoint a committee
consisting of members from cach voting
precinct. The meeting then adjournal
subject lo call.
Mr Pope expects to organize a Bryan
club in San Antonio tomorrow night, and
made the prediction after tonight's meet-
ing that as a result of tonight's actlm
the Bailey men would capture the meet-
ing in San Antonio tomorrow night
and adopt strong resolutions endorsing
Before the meeting adjourned ( ounly
Attorney Brady said that Governor
Campbell sent his regrets at not being
able to attend owing to the heavy rain
and his own Indisposition, hut wanted it
understood that he was with "the boys
and heart and soul in the movement.
G. W. B.
RIDDLE ASKS REHEARING.
Anti-Bailey Committee Chairman Fa>
vors Primary—Agreement on
Wynne the first Invitation to open his
campaign, they beinr several weeks
ahead of his home plao* and county.
The opening date will be In the latter
part of March or first of April, and will
be inado a brilliant affair here, as prac-
tically all of Kast Texas is invited and
i each exemplified the essential specifl-
IJourn and reform for any purpose de-
ttions of a Bryan delegate
Mr. Pope requested tni
at the meeting
DUNS NEGRO AND
Debtor Shoots Credit
Special Telegram to The 1
ORANGE, Tex., March
a negro, was shot and
another negro, and die
According to Hogan s
he had dunned the othe
debt, und the debtor <
Reagan Bale Co. (
For sale, way below i
red. A. S. I'helps, member of one of
ie asylum hoards, sprang to his feet
ith the cry that "Now'i the time to
■ttle this controversy," hts utterance be-
ig greeted with shouts and hand-clasp-
ig. He argued fervidly In support of the
N. A. Rector opposed the resolution,
lying that the meeting had been called
i form a Bryan organisation, untram-
leled by local partisanship. He was re-
eateflly "Joshed" good-naturedly by the
Terrell Stirs tha Audience.
I.and Commissioner J. J. Terrell held
he audience at his will tor u prolonged
ierlod. He attended the Waco conven-
ion and was glad of It. He had ut-
endod conventions since he was seven-
een; he Is now fifty-one. and never saw
t more Intensely Democratic gathering
han that at Waco, which cheered every
lme Bryan's name was mentioned.
That convention condemned wrongful
icts of public/ servants, as has been
witnessed in Texas, and he thought it
iroper that it should have expressed
ts disapproval. In a burst of oratorv
:ie declared: "Shall we be reoreant
to our sacred duty as to shut our eyes
to unwholesome conditions and permit
the Republicans to reap the glory of
Mr. Bryan Is the most Incomparable
statesman of the age, he concluded, and
will be our next President, and he
stands unremittingly for the same prin-
ciples evinced at Waco.
Mr. She]ton facetiously referred to the
conduct of Mr. Bailey In resigning as a
candidate for Congress In ninety-six be-
cause Bryan was nominated, and sug-
gested that it might be unwise to se-
lect him as a delegate at large, as he
might resign nt this time If Bryan Is
nominated, which he la sura to be.
County Attorney Brady called for a
reading of the resolution again. He did
not want to support It If any dlreet In-
jection of antl-fiaileyism was therein
Fpec la 1 Telegram to The Express.
DALI.AS, Tex., March 9.—A letter to
Chairman G. A. Carden of tho State
Democratic Executive Committee, signed
by G. W. Riddle, chairman of the anti-
Balley Stute organisation, was furnlsnel
to the press tonight which says: Wa
are hopeful that upon reflection you will
join tw in the rerjuest for a hearing and
in an agreement that will be binding
upon both sides."
"The hearing sought is npon a. request
that the State Executive Committee sha.l
be reconvened and shall make provision
for a primary election to name the dele-
gates at large to the Democratic Na-
"As chairman of that committee, and
speaking for the oiganltation and the
candidates whom it represents, 1 beg not
onl* to concur In the request that the
Stale Executive Committee shall recon-
sld<r lis action and order a general pri-
maiV for the first Saturday In May. but
to earnestly urge that such action shall
be taken without delay.
Tlie Edwards resolution was defeated
bv two votes. One of those was cast by
Mr. ralffier, who has since then asked
that the committee shall be reconvened.
All parties who have borne any relation
to this controversy have, declared with
emphasis that they want a primary elec-
tion ' Nothing but Insincerity upon the
fpart of some one could prevent the hold-
ing of a primary under such clrcum-
The discussion of the test to be placed
upon the primary ballot and of other de-
tails of a primary has no relevancy what-
ever to the question now under discus-
sion. which is whether or not there shall
be a primary. If Mr. Bailey wants a
primary, what stands in the way of hold-
ing one? I earnestly request that you
wlll«take such action as wilt secure the
immediate submission of this matter to
a primarv. A copv of this letter will be
transmitted to Hon. Clarence Ousley.
chairman of the Bailey campaign com-
COMMITTEE WILL GET BUSY.
Antl-Bailey Speakers to Be Put Into
Special Telegram to The Express.
PAIX.A8, Tex., March 9.—G. W. Rid-
dle, chairman of the Antl-Bailey Club,
who issued the call for the meeting held
in Waco last Saturday, arrived home
this morning, he having spent yesterday
In discussing plans for the carrying out
of their campaign. Judge Riddle said a
call had been Issued for a meeting of the
State executive committee of the new
organization, composed of one member
from each senatorial district, to be held
next Saturday at Fort Worth. At that
session of the committee further plans
will be advanced for the dpmlng cam-
paign. It Is the Intention to have speak-
ers In every county in the State before
BAILEY CLUBTs ORGANIZED.
Admirers of the Senator at Paris Take
Special Telegram to The Express.
PARIS. Tex.. March 9.—Three hundred
Democrats and admirers of Senator
Bailey met tonight and perfected perma-
nent organisation of a Bailey club. The
following officers were elected: W. S. H.
Hancock, president; L. P. Harrison, Dr.
G. W. Smith and R. C. Crawford, vice
presidents, and Wilbur Keith, secretary-
Bailey clubs will be organised through-
out the county. A substantial amount
will be raleed for the cause. A resolu-
tion endorsing R. M. Wynne for Attorney
General was adopted.
OPEN CAMPAIGN AT LONGVIEW.
R. M. Wynne Will Make First Speech
Special Telegram to The Express.
I.ONOVIEW, Tex.. March 9—R. M.
Wynne of Fort Worth has notified the
Confederate Veterans and Daughters that
he has accepted their Invitation to open
his caippalgn for Attorney General at
The Veterans and Daughters gave Mr.
PRINCE HELIE TO COME ALONG.
Divorced Wife of Count Casteiiane to
Visit Former New York Home.
PARIS, March 9.—Mme. \nna Gould,
accompanied by her children will sail in
tho North German Lloyd liner Kron
1'rlnz Wllhelm on Wednesday from Cher-
bourg for New York. Klie expects to re-
main In America two months.
It Is reported that. Prince Ilelie de
Sagan also lias made arrangements to
leave for the United States.
Recently It was reported 111 it Mme.
Gould had married Prince Ilelie do gof.an,
hut she Immediately authorised an abso-
lute denial of this. She also announced
her intention of leaving at an early date
for the L'nlled Stales with her children.
To have her children with her on the
trip It is first necessary to obtain the
consent of Count Bonl de Caslellane, her
former husband, as required by the de-
cree of divorce.
GOVERNMENT GRAIN REPORT.
Quantity of Last Year's Croo in Farm-
ers' Hands Is Large.
WASHINGTON, March 9. The quantity
of whent in fanners' hands on March 1
was 23.5 per cent, equivalent to 148.721,000
bushels of last year's crop, as compared
with 28.1 per cent, or 206.644.000 bushels or
the 1006 crop on hand March 1, 1907.
The quantity of corn and oats in farm-
ers' hands on the same date follows:
Torn (estimated). .T7.1 p*>r cent, equiva-
lent to »62.4».0i">0 bushels of last year's
growth. Oats (estimated), 35.5 per cent,
equivalent to 267,476,000 bushels of last
TO PREVENT THE GRIP.
LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE removes
the cause. There Is only one "EHOMO
QUININE." Look for signature of E.
W. GROVE. 25c.
JUDY IS SECURED TO
TRY 61USEPPE ALIO
MURDERER OF FATHER HEIN-
RICHS ON TRIAL AT DENVER.
Palmer Maddox Is Accused.
Special Telegram to Tho Express.
FORT WORTH, Tex., March !f.-Pal-
mer Maddox was arrested today on an
Indictment returned by the Grand Jury
charglnK him with the killing of Dun
Galiagos. Maddox was placed under a
|2nu0 bond, which he promptly made.
Thirty-three Talesmen Are Rhjldly
Cross-Examined Before Twelve Jury-
men Are Selected—Case May Gk>
to Jury Thle Evening.
DENVER, Colo., March 9—At 5:31
this evening a Jury was secured to try
Giuseppe Alio, charged with th® murder
of Father Leo Helnrlchs, a Roman Catho-
lic priest. In St. Elisabeth's Church, Feb-
ruary -3 last. Alio shot and killed the
priest while the latter was administering
tho holy sacrament to him.
The entire session of the court today
was taken up In the examination of tales-
men, thlrty-threo passing through a rigid
cross-examination by District Attorney
Sllger and hy Robert H. Wlddlcomb, at-
torney for the defense. At times Judgo
Greeley Whltford took a hand in tho
questioning of the talesmen.
The defandant's attorney used his right
of peremptory challenge freely, and eleven
men who were satisfactory to the State
were compelled to leave the box on the
demand of Mr. Wlddlcomb.
when the box was finally filled with
twelve man satisfactory to both sides.
Judge Whltford Instructed the Jurors that
they would he kept together and not al-
lowed to communicate with anyone dur-
ing I he trial. Adjournment was then
taken until tomorrow morning at 10
With the Jnry box filled. It Is believed
that the rest of the trial will not consume
more than two days, and it Is possible
the case may go to the jury tomorrow
Electrical Repairs of All Kind*.
Wm. G. Schuwlrth ft Co. Tel. Ml.
STANDARD OU8TER 8UIT.
Taking of Testimony at Cleveland
Postponed Till Wednesday.
CLEVELAND, Ohio, March 9.—The
taking of testimony In the Government's
ouster suit against the Standard Oil
Company, which was to hare been re-
sumed here today, was postponed until
nest Wednesday on account of the ab-
sence of Special Examiner Franklin Fer-
ris of St. Louis.
When Others Fall r> 0
Consult Ul\a W
In Nervous, Chronlo and _
. He BROILE8S1..T
Spteial Diseases of Men and Women.
rcMIMBIK—Vou make your own fee, terms
and peyments, aoeordlng to your ability tepay
and what you are willing to pay for good, hon-
est and conaclentlous treatment.
We (guarantee to eure BLOOD POISON, LOSS
OF VIOOR, KIDNEY, BLADDER AND PRO-
STATIC TROUBLES, PRIVATE DISEASES
and all NERVOUS and CHRONIC DISEASES In
the ihortest time possible, or no psy
We ours RUPTURE. STRICTURE, VARICO-
CELE, HYDROCELE, PILES and FISTULA
without the knife, pain or danger, In a few
days, or no charge whatever will be made. You
to be the Judge If you are cured.
We Invite the closest investigation as to our
Hours: 8 a. m. to 12:30 p. m., 1:30 to E:80, 6:10
to I p. m. Sunday hours: 9 a. m. to 1 p, m.
If you can't call, write.
DR. BROILES' MEDICAL INSTITUTE.
Examination FREE. BOSVt Houston St. (Seeond Floor.)
SAN ANTONIO, TEX.
Beer is a gentle stimulant that does no harm if taken
in moderation, and is capable of doing a great deal
of good by enlivening meals—aiding digestion—reviv-
ing the mind when depressed or the body when
By its Inate qualities—its absolute goodness—finds
fullest favor with a discriminating public.
Brewed end bettled by LONtt STAR BREW1NQ OO.
THE TEMPTATION TO DOILD
Will never appeal to you stronger than now.
In the early spring, and
LUMBER AT R00K-B0TT0M
Let us suggest that you ment ion our firm ta your contractor when
you get ready to build.
PHONES 30-30.YARDS: LAMAR AND CHESTNUT.
PETRICH-SAUR LUMBER CO.
THE BOND HARDWARE 00.
MILITARY PLAZA, NORTH SIDE CITY HALL.
CUT PRICK 8TORE
HARDWARE, STOVES, ENAMBLWARC, PAINT*.
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