Temple Daily Telegram (Temple, Tex.), Vol. 16, No. 25, Ed. 1 Sunday, December 17, 1922 Page: 4 of 28
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£MPLE DAILY TELEGRAM, TEMPLE, TEXAS, SUNDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 17,1922.
IIIUKAL OFFICERS Wl.N OFT L\
HOLD DRIVE AGAINST
THREE Off® KILEB
It.illiucl <;ang in Kentucky Hills Is
Broken I p lij Dry Ijnv Agents
After Several Spectacular Clashes.
Cabin Occupied by Moonshiner* 1*
Surrounded ami Men t aptui.l
n.il .t: -1.
•m l J( f:
togt t lit i
(Asf.i i irtteJ Pre j DI»r>ati\ I
Lexington, K>., I'd-. 1 ti.- Menifee
county's "moonshine war" was ended
today after a week -of. campaigning
In the hill country, l-'t-il' •;»i prohi-
bition i n fori i u' lit fores i • m- ■]
victorious, 'out not until thi
had In i n slain in clashes
To balaii'-i - Jir ! >/»■. s t'
m* n today *-i>nnI< d Hole * l
reputed It-ad' r of the uio<
dead; his brolla r, Charles.
and a fugitive in the- ]>il,s.
Ballard, f.-tle and A P. ■ ■ !
brother of tie- >,.iin leader.
with Joseph t"'in. Willi.sin I'ergu-
#on and H< nrj Unfit. pri' •• • < < in jail
The'Menif*< nifty ombri >i; end* -I
In the same fa.-bion it start* d a \\*< k
ago—a spe* lai-ular gun l>/-tti*-.
The * xteiided <ngagement l« Un-n
the fed* ral na n and th>- in-.thb'-rs
of the "Hal!:, 1 gang" -was initiated
last Saturday V-n Agent 1!. E. Puff
was shot down while leading' a raid-
ing party of half-a' dozen in. n in an
advance on a cav. used by r *>*11 -
laws ns a still si.t<.
The follow im; morning a la i l-.
posse picked up the trail of the out-
laws and moved into the hills in pur-
suit. Shortly after the man-hunt got
under way, David Treadway, depu-
tized by the federal authorities, was
shot dead by a hidden rifleman.
With the slaying of Treadway,
leaders of the chase disbanded the
posse and to all intents the pursuit,
was called off.
Yesterday it was learned, however,
that the Ballards. made bold by the
apparent absence of pursuit, had re-
turned to their cabin, located within
half a mile of the scene of the first
encounter. A force of twenty picked
men surround* d the cabin. In an at-
tempt to rush the building. Agent
Guv I'ole was killed. Robert Ballard
was killed by a return v*dley from
the agents' rifles.
Charles, wound* d in an arm and
leg. dashed from the cabin and * s-
eaped into the neighboring woods.
Ballard's lather and brother and
the other prisoners, all living in the
vicinity of th* cabin, then wen
round* d up. Jeff and Albert Ballard
wire held in connection with t'<
tb-ath of Agent Puff and the oilier
j pris.-n* is were charged \ ith bavin;
bi i .! a v ssorii s to the crinii .
Suffers a Shock
After Big Wreck
' *. i .1 l>i *} OI»pat. h.l
i lons!on. Ti v., ih-.e, 1 (i. Suffi : :r.--
fi'oiii,'shock ov* •• the rait tragedy" a.t
11ui•' lii< \Vednt >day nit hi \\ hi- h took
a loll of I'll i: ad ;rl d a dozen injur* >1,
.1. II. Smith, a:.. 1 waft/hit,,n held n
s]mn>jbie for tie w re, k by a bo.ud
infinity, is en route with his son, l-'a
\ill .1 Smith, ill an atiicijiioliih frm
llcekb'y to Au.-tw h< i |i> !'. e. -.
Smith,, w ho disa ppi ari t) a ■ ■ r 1 »;
illg til at' d at 11,e Houtliet IV
li.'.--pit.-i I her,- si.oily after the "ti -
dy was local- d at Hockley, rui ,
from Ilousfou late - , steiday.
Blame for Hie wreck Was 'aid
Iho-agi d'i w a i i'ti t» i -1 !,'s door .by. the
joint hoard of iii'iujry, comi- d of
Southern I'acitie'officials and cp;, u-
\M'I NFsSI S IN Itl«»F THI \!
TO l'UOTIXT .THF.MSI I \ ! S
You'll agree with Pad and his Son
that it's a waste of time reading
menus after yen have beeu tipped off
that Bill li olden is going to have a
regular spread today. That tells th*
Talk aboiit mother's cooking -,yhy
Holden's feed is so good that mother
herself couldn't taste the difference.
Today, turk' v and cranberry sauc*.
ind nil the seasonable trim tilings,
head the list, closely followed by
chicken, apple sauce and side dishes
\ou will like. You take your choice,
and pay so little for a really good
meal that you'll think old Santa
Clans has started his Christmas giv-
ing a week ahead of time.
Every day more people say, "Hidden
Is surely feeding; the people," Pin*'
here today and be convinced. Table's
for ladies and gentlemen; prompt,
courteous si i n - .
'•The Man Who l eeds the People'1
I A u.-: I, ,) w !):-• J,.lti.ll, 1
Motion. 111., 1 ifs. 10.— Sworn to
prelect the livi s of th; ir ne ml" :s
Who have tostlfiei? for the pros', m-
tion at the trial of five men' chare* d
with j11ui d• r In connection with t i"
l.lerrin mine riots, a secret organ-
ization of fanners today was.reported
to .have been formed in Williamson
and Johnson covinties» according to
investigators from the office of the
"C'or the 1:; i of'■every farmer taken-
as a result of. his testimony in the
trial,We will exact a toll of ten ifees
of his attacker,s," was said to .haw
been the word' Spread broadeas! o e-
One of the witnesses heard j• -
teniay just, before the adjoiirnm* nt
over Saturday and Sunday was said
by the state's counsel to have broken
down and wept just before taking
the stand and to have pleaded that
he be excused.
Kfjual reluctance was experience,.),
with several other farmer witnesses
wlw> have app and during the first
tin*' dais' sessions of the trial.
• ; • P •
New Breckemidgc Bank.
< A»30Ciat('tl lYeiSI )
Ih '-ckcnndge, Tev . Pec, lii,- A m-\v
bank, probably * all* -1 "The St• ;•'•.« -
| *H!!it> State Bank." will lie opt n* d
lor business Jan. 10, according to an-
nouncement. The bank is to have a
cajiiml stock of $1 ii".1100 With Jin.iMM)
sut pi us. accoidii.g to Judge Wiiiiam
C. Hawkins, juisidt lit of the lo-v <>.
Women's Suits, Coats, ltn -i -.
Furs, l'ettiboekcrs, ('*assets, Hats, Nilk
and Muslin Fntlerwear, all make ap-
propriate and acceptable Christmas
gilts, and you get them at .! \lt-
( —At Yuletide—
"MAKE OUR STORE
YOUR CHRISTMAS STORE
—For a Merry Christmas to You All
Freio h I'ongue Model from Ba-
ker the f.ewfl
In otlef sued? .
Skinner's satin. $10
Make This a
This Christmas morninp see that there's
a pair of gift shoes for every member of the
family. Make it the most useful as well as
the happiest of Christmas days.
No mail—no woman ever has too manv sl|>es. In
fact, for full foot comfort, and to complete the perfect
appearance of the well dressed man or woman, new
footwear for every occasion—streel, dress, home con-
venience and business wear; a distinctive shoe is es-
A shoe gift at once becomes a combination
gift of joy and usefulness.
Tim newest tie slipper i'l Ma, U
sutHie with patent......... .
ltlac.k aati.n with suede
i v, jl ^
What better opportunity to
buy than White's Eighth An-
nual Yuletide Sale, now on'.'
The famous. Arch-Aid Oxford.
I'.Rilivc relief for ailing feet,
i 'mi st brown kid... 910
A sure■ cm,opt appro-ailed £,fL
ColonUls in Skinner* black sat-
in. One strap or pump , $>»
Brown satin $R
Clack uuede #7.50
The Finest House Slippers
lit-rt is th* best Hosiery buy of
the year. I .adies' pure silk
Hose." yul*tub Special... Sl.Ott
Phoenix, Van Haulfe, Gotham
J^jll Kashioti Hilk Hose, many
colors ....... f 1.95
The finest all silk hose from
}'hoerux and others. ' The Ideal
- Made l»r Ti. II. loans (V,
from tlie very finest black or
brown kid leathers, in
opera or Everett gtyle-,
•oft. eoiufort»ble and
Dinner Bells Free
With Each Purchase
The Early Shopper Profits Most in This Big Yaletide Sale!
( THE FIT GUARANTEED IF LEFT TO US )
i Wool, felt Uondolr Slipper*,
'extra special Yuletide \alo \
Itegular J.'.r.O values In all
styles and materials of Slippers,
Vubtid*' Sale I'rlee $l.#.'»
IMnlel Green 8Hpi$«r» In Cotnfy,
IVOrc.y, MuU an<l other style*.
Triced from #1.95 up
13 South Main St reel
AT FACTORY COST
THIS WEEK ONLY
The Prairie Queen 8-16 Lowest Operating
t est Traitor on the Market
New 1922 Models, One Week Only, at
FACTORY C OST
Prairie Queen Tractor Co.
112 West Central Avenue
to Bribe Boxer
i A*-' i ''J Pi,-»s P!si s'.,-li.)
Oioaha. .Side, hie, tO. A tlioreoiuil
ih'yesti(4a:ion. tus |>< imui here today
l*y II. I f. A li s, Si i, '1-1,(1 y of tIK'
state depa 11 nil hi. I,f ],ab!ic welfare,
assisted b> .loan Kilinartin, (its box
i!'K e111ai;-s,i,,-1• . into the repoited
bribe of I'l I'l d by t.llunlia jraiablers las'
ni^lit. to lei Mill*.!', referee in th,
ScliOell-Shadc fit-lit.To/to-' last, niy'lvt to
throvv tin :,-),l io Scho* 11 ..for $00.
'\\ i f• *,!':•! iiniliinK last filj?l|t to Mar-
iaut the chal'^-e.''-IM'i'. Amies tlcelared.
' Hut \\- will pre.'- 11 ,■ luve;,tigat: ti."
"I v. a'!, , d $.V *> to throw th.
ch iie IS," 11 i'l ereo
chnrgf d last *:iu111 as hi pp.-.l i.-i ai
the rin.a iif'*-r aM ndina a merited •!•
cislon In l'a\id Shaal' ill liis i* n-
round K'i with rranlin 1,... 11. Hut-
f 11 o w i It * I Wl iglit.
— • !■ •
too lmi-i io t i.xssn v.
KOU li I IN'T T«o si.aiii foin.shint aini.. * for
light !:on^i.k.-''t-li:»r IIS N'orth Slxtb.
T'hoiii1 1278 Ijclttfin '.I ■,ie 1 -I :-i,d 1 and li
p. in. 25 3x
FOR 15KNT l'un.ih ,. ,| ,\|i, itinciit, nev,
iiioderi], iillrailhr. ;,|i-.-,| II,for .-oiiplp,
RilUf 4Ss. 26-14-
LOST—Dark gray overeoul; hole iti
both lapels, also in lower left side.
IJuneli of keys in pocket. Keturn to
I.on*' Star Tailors, S I 1 Soul li First, or
phone !i24. ^j-lx
- — - • ■ » - —
nianki'ts, t'omforts, nnd Indian
Uolx's for a rhrHmiis filft, Got thorn
MEW PR0GESSIVE BLOC MEETS, MAPS PROGRAM
I- '& ■ ■ii;
The newly formed blur, snapped at
thirty-four men for the form
dicate^i by ajrrows.
Political observers at the na-
tional capital will watch closely
the early activities of the n.'wly
formed "prcjmsive bloc," or-
ganized by Senator LaFollette of
Wisconsin with the avowed in-
tention of working for govern-
ment reforms and innovations.
*>4 '-<«• if thirty.
its organization meeting. Senator LaFollette, who called together tho
the body, and Senator Norris, temporary chairman (extreme right) in-
four Republican and Democratic
senators and representatives and
"elects" to both houses, plans,
among other things, to fight for
amendments to the constitution
providing for the abolishment of
the elcctorial college f.nd tho
earlier meetings of newly form-
ed con^reises; « more "\tensive
primary system, extending even
to thi presidential election, re-
vision of the revenue law, rejec-
tion of the administration's ship
subsidy plan, impeachment of
Attorney General paugherty and
recognition of Soviet Russia. The
bloc is shown at its first meet-
Oregon Town, Hit
by Fire Recently,
to Rebuild Soon
' \s*.•< ial» d 1'r w M i i
Astoria, i Ire., lice. 111. The federal
department ot labor is to be asked to
assist iu handling the .labor problem
here during the -reconstriH'tMin period
when II is expect' 1 llmffroiii *,000 to
IO.iiio) w• i ktneii w .1 b. eiilployed in
rebuilding 111P ana destroyed by tho
last V'e. li's fir*-, /'tin- denarl no-lit -will
be i* *(i - 11 d to i i.ibhsh a I nit* d
States , r,i ploy in, jit a ad ; a 1 a lui^ ,-aH
\\ ear- l'luv.cr l.veiy Day.
i a nit ,l la,.... i'.-. i,:,. i
1 '.KIM mvil III, Ti \ , I Ice, I ., \Vll- -
li.imi It. Moor*', A't'lia au coiiillii -i. of
tho Frisco III. •!, Who he- illejl COIII-
ii,g to iirownwood ev. ry olber day for
25 years, has worn a l'lowaa. pinned to
his coat every day of that tiifle. Kv>a y
other day Moore gathers his nosegay
in the yard of Ills Fori Worth hOiita
which is gay with flowers, tiarticul'ir-
ly roses. Brownwood eitizens regard
him as their own and the Chamber of
Commerce always includes him In
their banquets. All Brownwood seems
In a friendly conspiracy to uphold tho
record cf 25 years, to never let
"Flower Bill" Moore depart without
AII the latest Perfumes at Hooker's.
You'll got n good Overcoat here
for a little money, and it will niaku
one of the most desirable gifts. JAIJ.
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Ingram, Charles W. Temple Daily Telegram (Temple, Tex.), Vol. 16, No. 25, Ed. 1 Sunday, December 17, 1922, newspaper, December 17, 1922; Temple, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth468431/m1/4/: accessed December 15, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Library Consortium.