The Temple Daily Telegram (Temple, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 262, Ed. 1 Friday, September 19, 1913 Page: 1 of 12
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THE TEMPLE DAILY TELEGRAM
central texas' greatest newspaper—largest net paid circulation of any paper published between dallas and houston
12 PAGES T0DAY
price five cents
temple, texas, friday morning, september 19, 1913.
VOL. VI. No. 262
BY I. W. W.
OUN-RtTNN'KRS CHARGED WITH
murder well supplied with
Money and counsel.
NO CHANGE OFVENIRE
J ailing to Have Cases Removed From
Carriio Springs Outlaws Seek
Separate Trials, But Court
Also Refuses That.
CARRIZO SPRINGS, Tex., Sept. 18
■—When the trial of Cbas. Cline, an
American, and thirteen Mexicau am-
munition smugglers for the murder
of Deputy Sheriff Candelario Ortiz
last week opened today, District
Judge Mullally overruled a motipn
for a change of venue because of al-
leged intense excitement here. He
also overruled n, motion for severance j
of cases on the ground that sever-;
ance would operate for continuance. |
Both sides then aunounced ready and
the defendants severally pleaded not
A venire of sixty names was ex-
hausted this afternoon without a
single Juror accepted. All were dis-
qualified except three, one challeng-
ed by state and two by the defend-
ant^. The defendants have one
hundred and ten challenges left and
Notice to the thousands who
will take advantage of the "DOL-
LAR Bargains" next Monday:
In the Telegram of Saturday
and Sunday mornings, will ap-
pear the announcements of the
bargains to be offered during the
great "Dollar Day" event Mon-
day, and in the issue of Saturday
we will print, in this space, a list
of the merchants participating in
Go over the advertisements ap-
pearing in the next two issues of
the Telegram and select the arti-
cles you wish tr> buy, and make
out a list of them. It might even
be a good plan to clip the adver-
tisements and bring them with
you, though this Is not necessary,
as every announcement made in
these ads will be genuine and
MUST be made good by the mer-
There la much rivalry between
the merchants as to who will of-
fer the most for a dollar, and the
indications now are that there will
be some wonderfully attractive
bargains turned loose next Mon-
day. Better keep a close watch
for the announcements in these
columns, because there are sure
to be many things sacrificed that
will be worth while going after.
The Daily Telegram guarantees
and stands back of every "Dollar
Day" announcement made In these
A "DOLLAR-DAY" SHOPPER
RETURNING HOME ON THE TANGO
TWENTY - FOUR REPUBLICANS
AND 14 PROGRESSIVES VOTE
FOR DEMOCRATIC MEASURE
OPPOSITION IS SMALL
Only Eighty-Four Votes Cast In the
Houae Against Administration's
Currency Reform Plan—Now
Up to the Senate*
Trial for Offenses
Against Minor Girls
WASHINGTON, Sept. 18.—The
complete revision of American bank-
ing and currency methods proposed
in the democratic currency bill was
started on its way to the statute
books today. By a vote of 286 to 84
the house passed the bill in practical-
ly the same form in which it was
originally proposed- Twenty-four re-
publicans and fourteen progressives
joined with the democrats in voting
for the bill.
With this overwhelming house ma-
jority and the endorsement of Presi-
dent Wilson behind It the measure
was sent over to the senate. There
it was referred to the banking and
currency committee before which
hearings on the subject already are
"Gee, but they load you up at them dollar Baits,
Just lookey what all I bought—an' got a
LOS ANGELES, Sept.
first day of testimony in the trial i in progress. The committee may not j
of Geo. H. Bixby, the Long Beach j be ready to report for several weeks. |
millionaire, charged with offenses Features of the Rill.
hundred again9t minor *irls- developed the j The measure would eliminate the DON'T FORGET THE DATE—NEXT MONDAY, SEPT. 22 FREE BAND CON-
THAW HAS CHANCE
TO STRETCH LEGS
Fugitive Takes Two-Mile Tranm
and Long Automobile Ride
in Custody of Sheriff.
Probabilities are strong against a
Jury being secured, in which case
the trial will probably be transferred
to Pearsall, Frio county. The sheriff
was ordered to summon a new venire
of one hundred or more names to
report tomorrow morning.
Barked by i. W. W.
C. L. Bass, San Antonio, attorney
retained to defend the smugglers,
confirmed connection of the Indus-
trial Workers of the World with the
smugglers and adds strength to the
Btory of connection between I. W. W.
and Zapata. Bass telephoned Judge
Vandevort of counsel for the defense WASHINGTON, Sept. 18.—As an
appointed by court, that telegraphic indirect appeal for funds for the
Money Is Needed
to Save Thousands
in Bloody Balkans
ALBANY, N. Y.. Sept. 18.—Wil-
liam Sulzer, governor of New York,
charged by the assembly with high
crimes and misdemeanors, failed to
appear in person today before the
high court of impeachment when it
convened to begin the trial which
will determine his guilt or Inno-
cence Instead his attorney "enter-
ed a special appearance" la the gov-
ernor's behalf and challenged the
organization of the court and Its
jurisdiction over the accused.
The objections of the counsel were
swept aside temporarily by Chief
Justice Edgar M. Cullen, of the court
of appeals, presiding, and the Im-
peachment tribunal proceeded to or-
The court convened at noon and
adjourned an hour later until tomor-
row to permit 4 committee of three
to prepare and report rules of proced-
ure. No objection was interposed
to a ruling of Judge Cullen that the
she was only ment assumes the responsibility of ; " ' ~ columns. Read thtm and compare sample copy delivery, and the same ing the outcome of the extradition three designated judges of the court
redeeming In gold or lawful money. |ve 86 "ie,r Do"ar Bargains to rural lhem jt l8 a fact - hat in many jn_ extra circulation will be repeat- hearing before Governor i-eiker next 0- appeals-
It would place practically every routers will be In tomorrow's issus stances the articles thus reduced are ed tomorrow—Saturday. The Tele- ; Tuesday.
phase of banking under the control of of the Telegram. i below cost price, and it is to be borne gram is expecting to do business Accompanied by the sheriff and
SULZER FAILS TO APPEAR
BEFORE IMPEACHMENT COURT
ARTICLES OF IMPEACHMENT.
The eight article* of Impeachment i COl XKK,J I<X)R GOVERNOR AtX'US-
voted against (iov. Sulzer by the as-
sembly are in substance:
That he filed with the secretary
of state a false statement of his
> receipt# and other monetary trans-
actions during his gubernatorial
That he committed perjury in this
That he bribed witnesses to with-
hold testimony from the legislative
| committee which investigated his
That he suppreKKed evidence t»y
moans of threats to keep witnesses
from testifying before the committee.
That he ili«suarted a witness, Freil-
ED OF HIGH CRIMES AND MIS*
DEMEANORS ENTERS "SPECIAL
APPEARANCE" AND CHAL-
LENGES ORGANIZATION' OF
SCENE IS SOLEMN
AS COURT IS SWORN
<rirk L. Col,veil. from Mlen.lln,,. ud- ! |w«,|ab,., , objw( ,,
'ter subpoena, the committees ses-
ley and Some Others But Without
i That he committed larceny in
speculating in stocks with money and
J checks contributed for his campaign, j
That as governor he threatened to j
I use his office and Influence to affect 1
the vote of certain public offJ.ers.
j That while governor he corruptly ;
used his authority to affect prl.-os of
j securities on the New York st^ck e.\-
| change, in some of which securities
; he was at the time interested.
Effect—After Organizing Impeach-
ment Court Adourns Until Friday
CONCORD, N. H., Sept. 18—"This
approximately only four
juror, are available in the county. !probabi,ity that beside9 the <ue"tlon present American bank note system CERTS AND OTHER AMUSEMENTS AND DIVERSIONS—EVERYBODY WILL has beea the mo8t eQJ°>able 1
, 0 I of blackmail, the capitalist would j under which banks issue currency j HERE }have had in years," said Harry K.
urge in his defense the uncertainty 1 against government bonds and estab-
Thaw as he returned from a long
to advertising copy in and a number of return trip at 5 p. m. The complete automobile ride in the country today,
the bargain announcements are pub- tax list of all the country to the The outing was arranged by Sheriff
regarding the ages of his accusers. u8h a currency to be issued by twelve 1 Dollar Day is getting close
Helen Barker testified before a federal reserve banks based on sound hand—it comes next Monday.
grand jury that she was 26 years old. commercial paper which the govern-1 j merchants can ad herewith, in the advertising south of Temple is included in this Drew who has Thaw in custody ppn.l-
Afterwards she said —*" " ; —* ~ * " * * * " ... 1— " -* —
a federal reserve board of Seven mem-
The whole strength of a deilar in mind that there are no "clearance _with those people on its own hook, his assistant, newspaper men and
bers to be appointed by the president (jajr campaign jjgg jn bargains sal^" articles in this—the whole plan and attention is called to Its ad. Thq photographers, Thaw was cheered Lu-
anda council of bankers which would Qfjere)j merchants must make is to introduce the NEW FALL Telegram solicits subscribers. a crowd as the party left the hotel.
ha\e onl> advisor} powers. e ays Buclj very attractive prices that cus- goods. The bargains are in season- j It is up to the merchants to bring The inviting fields stretching along-
would be administered tnrotign * •
tomers will quit their work to get able merchandise—the merchants the crowds here Monday. Those bar- side the state boulevard attracted ' Frawley is chairman of the leglsla-
to town on the appointed date There' want to show their stocks. gains advertised this morning and Thaw, who got down to stretch his tive committee which furnished
must be REAL bargains and lots of The Telegram is going into every those to be advertised In the Satur- legs with Police Officer Stevens as evidence upon which the asser
the reserve banks situated in twelve
geographical divisions of the country,
each capltaliied at about $S.000.000
which capital must be subscribed by
-Judges Miller, Chase and
Piscock, should sit with the elective
judges as members of the high court.
The First Challenge.
The first challenge came when
Senator James J. Frawley was called
upon to take the oath. Senator
Instructions from Los Angeles head-
quarters of I. W. W., had been re-
ceived by him employing him as
Ex-Sheriff E. Buck, for ten hours
prisoner of the smugglers, following
the battle last week, identified the
relief of suffering thousands in Bul-
garia, the Red Cross today made
public a letter it had received from
them so that a shopper can fill oat home on rural routes in Bell county day Issue will be the drawing cards,
the banks in the reserve district. At an entire list of wants at the bar- and within reach of the "Tango" They must have the pulling power
the eleventh hour the house wrote in- gain prices. train which arrives from the south and the advertising columns tell the
to the bill a disclaimer of any lnten- Teiesram has much of the at 10 a. m. and leaves Temple on 1 story, ead the ads.
tlon to alter the gold money standard
Lieutenant General Nelson A. Miles fixed by law.
in which he portrays the horrors that
have attended the Balkan war. Star-
vation, Inadequate hospital service
four who went to the rear with j an(j absence of medical stores are
Deputy Sheriff Ortiz and executed
him as J. M. Rangel, captain of the
band; Abraham Cisneros, Eugenio
Alzalde and Jesus Gonzales.
Abraham Cisneros also volunteer-
ed to kill Buck several times, said
the ex-sheriff, but was overruled by
the captain, who wanted to wait un-
til he had become exhausted or the
band had reached the lo Grande.
With the reading of the indict-
ment in-open court came knowledge
of connection with the band of Dan
Daniels, alias Dynamite Dan, Portu-
guese, who was familiar with the
among the calamities Bulgarians are
Parsed As Originally Drawn.
Ten days of earnest consideration |
in the house faSted to alter the bill la i
any material particular and it passed
virtually as drawn by Repr«samtative J
Glass of Virginia, chairman of the
BANDITS KILL TWO
AND WOUND THIRD
bacing. In one field. General Miles ^ouse banking and currency commit-
declared he saw 4,000 wounded men 1 tef, after conferences with Senator
lying without shelter from the sun [ Owen, chairman of the senate commit-
Will be Released
From Federal Pen
tee. Secretary McAdoo of the treas-
ury department and the president.
Throughout the debate republicans
and progressives vigorously denounc-
ed the methods employed by the dem-
ocrats in framing the bill and In per-
fecting Its details in caucus.
Raid on Grand Rapids Jewelry Store
Yields Harvest of Rlood, When
Clerks Resist Robbers.
BECAUSE OF LOVE
READY TO REOPEN
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich., Sept. 18—
Two robbers with drawn revolvers
The' entered the jewelry store of k. j.
democratic Jin es held firm, however. , Thomp«on, here early tonight, com-
manded the clerks to throw up their
Not Permitted to Marry the Man of
Her Choice Sophia of Saxe-Weimar
Sends Bullet Through Her
and no minority amendments were
adopted. On final passage but three
ing to Resume Negotiations.
WASHINGTON, Sept. 18—Preei-j
dent Wilson let it be known today
that he takes the view that there was
HEJDELBL'RG, Ger., Sept. 18.— 1 nothing In General Huerta's message
hands and when thev refused onen-1 PrlnceBS Sophia of Saxe-Weimar to congress last Mondav in any way Hampshire statutes. Is taking a lead-; the challenged senators to ait M
Pl®^® democrats ™«ed „.lns, ,h. bin. "ZZSTiT™ ' commuted ..Ida. b, .boo..., h«r-: )ocoll,.tellt wlth th„ lnMrpreUtlon j'«« »•« '» tbU w„,k Th.», m.mb,™ of court.
that a widowed mother and depend- Sentiment regarding the measure
U0O of dynamite. Daniels made his ent wife a- , -h,,. J . -th ' flu_ : has not yet crystaitzed In the senate. , Smith fell dead and Paul Townsend w,,b * revolver during the night. United Stal«s of the
get away from the band Ju.t before I of A^r " Stena.l convicted :Th' "»■»»•«•«• >» hearing Inter- | was probably fatally wounded. The sb« »»» «"• ■"
the battle with the posse Saturday1
morning. He took the name of Dan-
iels In Mexico years ago when he was
first employed in a mine in Torreon.
His real name is unknown. He is
said to bs known in Los Angeles.
Well Organized Conspiracy.
Elaborate organization for run-
ning ammunition and guns across
the border is indicated in evidence
One of the prisoners who claims
to be a member of I. W. W., said
they were participating in a well or-
ganized movement'to smuggle arms
into Mexico for use by Zapata who
promised that Mexico, in case of his
success should become I. W. W.
headquarters, officially recognizing
the order as a controlling element of
the government The plan as out-
lined by the prisoner was said to be
the election of lchardo Flores Magon
of T«o* Angeles, wro first enlisted the
aid of the I. W. W. In the revo-
lutionary movement and secured Its
co-operation by promising political
power in case of success.
Captain Rangel. head of the smug-
glers, claims to he a professional
fighter for "liberty and the right,"
his first revolutionary effort having
been in the Gar*a revolution in the
early eighties. The prisoners seem-
ed fearless of consequences today as
they went on trial for their lives.
CUne, the American, however,
■emed worried and several times has
begged to be accepted as state's evi-
dence and given Immunity.
Offers of evidence from Merry-
▼llle, La., where Cline was acting as
a strike leader, came last night, but
(CONTINUED ON PAGB TWO)
of embezzling $5400 of the funds of
the Galveston City National bank, in-
duced President Wilson today to
commute the prisoner's five year sen-
tence to one year.
Stensel's voluntary surrender and
plea of guilty at Galveston, Texas,
January 27, last were taken Into
consideration by the president. The
prisoner whose father has died since
his confinement, leaving the family
dependent upon him, will be released
the latter part of November.
| ested citizens from all over the coun- ! bandits escaped.
try on the principles of the bill. |
These hearings may continue for sev- j The three *ctims were alone In
eral days, at least. The committee store when the robbers entered,
itself is expected to take weeks in the ! Townsend, who was taken to a local
discussion of ths measure although the | hospital, was aisle to tell the authori-
admlnistration foroes In the senate j ties only a few mords concerning the
hope to force an early report to the
(CONTINUED ON PAGE TWO~
her room in the palace of her father.
last note transmitted by Federico
Gamboa, Mexican minister of foreign
It was first announced that the relations, to John Lind, the American
cause of the death of the princess envoy.
was heart disease. She was 25 years The administration considers that
Princess Sophia was reported some
j months ago to have become engaged
Huerta having beop declared in the
Gamboa note ineligible to succeed to
RECALLS FELIX DIAZ
Move is Interpreted as Meaning That
Huerta Will Support Diaz for
MEXICO CITY, Sept. 18.—Instruc-
tions have been sent by President
Huerta to Gen. Feliz Diaz who now is
in Europe, to return immediately to
Mexico. It is ordered that be sail
within a few days.
This fact is learned on high au-
thority and it is regarded here as In-
dicating that Gen. Huerta intends to
abide by the pact Bigned at the Amer-
ican embassy last February to place
no obstacle in the path of Gen. Diaz
in his candidacy for the presidency.
It Is considered probable that Gen.
Huerta will throw his influence to
Diaz, which would practically insure
The partisans of Diaz have not
ceased to labor In his behalf and
assert that they have organized up-
wards of 3,000 "clubs" throughout
The Short Cut
Railroads spend millions yearly
straightening curves and mak-
ing short cuts.
It pays in net earnings.
National manufacturers can
shorten the curves between
them and the local market by
appealing through the best me-
dium to reach the market—the
The merchants of this town
will tell you that their advertis-
ing in daily newspapers like
The Daily Telegram bring direct
returns day by day.
Newspaper advertising is an
Intimate daily part of the peo-
ple's lives. It reaches them
when they are in the mood for
The modern short cut to mar-
ket for a nationally advertised
product is through a co-operat-
ive campaign in the dally news-
papers between merchant and
If you are Interested write the
Bureau of Advertising, Ameri-
can Newspaper Publishers Asso-
ciation, World Building, New
The clerks were placing watches j to marry Hans Von Bleichroedei\ a ! himself as provisional president, will
and jewelry In their cases for the j member of the powerful Berlin bank- j not be a candidate In the approaching
| night when the men, masked, entered jng family. Her father denied the , elections and the American govern-
and demanded that Townsend, the
watch repairer, throw up his hands,
j Townsend refused, tried to grapple
I with the men and was shot down,
j A bullet penetrated his neck. He
believes the other employes then
rushed to his aid and were killed.
The jewelry store Is almost in the
heart of the business district and
pedestrians passed while the robbers
were within. One person informed
the police that he heard three shots
fired. Policemen nearby also were
attracted by the shooting but the
robbers fled before they arrived. No
description of the bandits could be
secured at a late hour tonight.
Claims Another Life
Little Boy Is Victim
Princess Sophia and the young
banker recently were seen together
and It was persistently rumored that
they had become engaged in^splte of
Prince William's opposition.
MEXICAN TRADE GROWS
In Spite of War American Imports
and Exports Wore Greater
Than Ever Before.
j ment 1b prepared at any time to re-
i sume the negotiations through Mr.
j Lind on this basis, but Mr. Llnd has
no instructions to take further steps
unless the Huerta officials are pre-
pared specifically to accept the Amer-
ican interpretation of the last Gam-
No announcement was forthcoming
today as to the policy to be pursued
with respect to the presence of
American warships In Mexican wat-
ers but the official view here is that
there will be no friction on the point
when the authorization for their stay
on the Mexican coast expires next
tnonth. A satisfactory understand-
Washington, Sept. 18.—The senate
today confirmed the nomination of
Preston McGoo4wln of Oklahoma to
be minister to oVenezuela after a long
contest against him by republicans. 1 °' prosecutor and udge.
The senate also confirmed a long list
of consular appointments, including
that of Alexander M. Thackara, as
consul general te Paris.
his escort. Thaw for over two miles board of managers based its charges
hit up a pace that forced Stevens to against the executive.
do his best to keep up. When they Admitting the right to challenge,
climbed back Into the car Thaws jju(jge Cullen ruled that members of
cheeks had a healthy flush, and he the court must be sworn before aay
was in better condition apparently, proceedings were taken and Senator
as to wind, than was his guardian. Frawley took the oath.
"This has made me feel like going , Judge Herrick announced that Sen-
to bed early and getting a good , ators amsberger and Sanner, mem-
sleep," said Thaw when he got back, bers of the Frawley committee and
Before carrying out that par^ of the f Majority Leader Wagner would b«
program he went over with bis law-I challenged at the proper time.
Washington Regards Huerta a« Hav-! yers the results of their all-day Senator Wagner, Senator Brown,
ing Been Eliminated and is Will- sear< / for precedents bearing on the the republican leaders, and Judg*'
extradition proceedings before Gov- milliard Bartlett, of the court of
! ernor Felker next Tuesday. appeals, the committee appointed to
The lawyers expressed confidence j draft the rules of procedure, had
that they had a strong case for the practically completed their work to-
governor's consideration. night. Apart from the adoption of
Wm. Chase of this city, a former these rules, interest in tomorrow's
judge of the state supreme court and proceedings was'focused on the ex-
author of the official digest of New j pected legal battle over the right of
WASHINGTON, Sept. 18.—In spite
of the unsettled conditions in Mexi-
co growing out of the revolution,
trade of the United States with that
country in the fiscal year just closed ! Ing is expected to be reached through
was greater than ever before. Fig-
ures made public by the department
of commerce today showed import*
of merchandise from Mexico in 1913
| totalled $77,500,000, an increase of
FORT WORTH, Tex., Sept. 18.— $11,500,000 over the previous year.
Joel Pace, 4 years old, shot through Exports to Mexico amounted to $54,-
the brain by a 10-year-old girl play- j 500,000, an increase of $1,760,000
mate, died this morning. The girl over 1912.
aimed the gun playfully at the child Manufacturers' materials formed
and said she was going "to shoot, the greater part of Imports from
him." She thonght the gun was Mexico and manufactures the hulk
export* to that country.
diplomatic channels, as on previous
occasions, when warships have been
sent to protect American Interests.
Official reports of the killing of
the Americans, W. O. Robertson and j
Morris P. Root, were received at the |
state department today. A dispatch
from Guadalajara said Root was kill-
ed by a Mexican miner during a
quarrel on Sept. 2. No details of Mr.
Robertson's death at the hands of
rebels at El Lobo, Slnalo, Sept. 11
Washington, Sept. 18 —Forecast:
Texas—Generally fair Friday and
Saturday; light to moderate east to
southeast winds on the coast
Contention of the Defease.
The defense contends that the .
members of the Frawley committee,
having uncovered the evidence
against the governor, should not be
permitted to assume the dual role
Senator Brown is a member of the
committee, no objeotlon was urge#
against him as he did not partici-
pate In the commlttee'Bi activities.
The governor's attorneys refused
to explain why they purposed to
challenge Senator Wagner and the
opposing counsel said they were la
the dark concerning It.
The senator himself suggested that
it might be claimed that he had as-
sumed prerogatives of the lieutenant
governor since the lmpeschmsnt of
Governor Sulzer but he added he had
laid no claim to the office and had
not attempted to discharge any of
Counsel for the assembly board of
managers contend that precedent has
established the right of the ifcial-
lenged senators to sit as members of
Court Number* 57.
The Impeachment oourt as con-
stituted today numbered fifty-seven,
of whom forty-eight are senators and«
i nine judges of the court of appeals.
Two-thirds majority of the court
^ required by the constitution to bo
I vict. " ;■
Scores of witnesses are under sub-
I poena to testify. At least fifty
be called to establish the
the prosecution, the manager*
and it Is believed that as meny
be called by the defense.
Governor Sulser would he put on
stand In hls^own defense and
er bis wife who Is reported
.able to explain many of the
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