The Temple Daily Telegram. (Temple, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 276, Ed. 1 Tuesday, October 6, 1908 Page: 1 of 4
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TEMPLE, TEXAS, MONDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1908.
price FIVE CENT!.
VERDICT HOT GUILTY
FOR DR. PI
miQQTTEES from temple, wa-
1 CO AND marun will ^
PROPOSITION IS "TISBTENIHfi"
Carthage, Tex., Oct. 5.—A verdict
of not guilty was brought In this af-
ternoon by the Jury in the trial of
Dr. PauK charged with the murder
of C. B. Short last year at Centei,
This case haa attracted wide atten-
tion In this section of the state. It
grew out of the attempt of Short to
protect a negro who was being
searched for by the officers.
And Must be Either Accepted or Re-
jected Without Farther
When the local interurban commit-
tees met together yesterday for a con-
ference, not much time or discussion
was found neceasary to bring the
gentlemen to about this realisation:
That the last word of the St. Louis
people before leaving Saturday nigbt
for home clearly Indicates that the
local people must get together with-
out further much delay, and either
accept or reject the proposition.
Consequently, the chairman of the
committee, Mr. Wm Ginnuth, was in-
structed to communicate with Waco
and Marlin to arrange for a joint
meeting on the proposition. Mr.
Ginnuth was busy with the matter
until a late hour yesterday; and said
that definite arrangements had been
perfected to hold a meeting of the
citizens from each of the three places
mentioned tomorrow (Wednesday)
night at 7:30 o'clock, at Waco.
All of the locally mentioned di-
rectors in the proposed company and
ibe local committee, together prob-
ably, with a number of other citi-
zens. will attend the meeting from
here; some going in auto cars and
others via the Katy railroad. Mean-
while. it i> preferred by the commit-
teemen to not have published any of
the details of the conference yester-
The meeting of the citizens at the
city park, scheduled for last night,
The surveyors are progressing with
the work in their hands.
TIKE-LOOT FOR CROSSING
LIGHTS ENDS TOMORROW.
The last dey of grace for installing
lights over the crossing of several
avenues and the M. K. and T. tracks
expires tomorrow, as fixed by City
Attorney Lemly under instructions of
the council. The material for the
lights have not been received: and
St. Louis officials (to whom the mai-
ler was referred) have not been heard
from. Consequently, Agent White's
in a "terrible fret and a stew," for,
it seems, it's up to him to go to jail
Meanwhile residents in North and
East Temple are of the opinion thct
a light is needed at the Downs Ave-
nue crossing to more extent than els>e
where, since at that point, there are
six tracks, and the largest amount
of switching done.
Is selling Watches
this week at ex-
tremely low prices.
See him if you
on Ave. A.
Hats for Ear-
The New Shapes In
son ond Knox
Now on exhibition at this
store. Hats that are the bes
at each price from . . .
$3. to $5
that are to be had.
If you buy at Matthews Bros,
you are sure of getting the
correct style as well as a good
IE STRONG FOR
BRYAN IN THE EAST
IS ASSERTION, OF THE CHAIRMN
AFTER THREE WEEKS OF
WHERE ARE TEMPLE
Is it to come to pass that the Tern-
pic Thanksgiving "Stags" are to
have nowhere to graze this coming
November, for their annual session
of felicitation? This is a question
momentous indeed in the mind of
Hon. W. Goodrich Jones, the father
of the stags, and every year a prime
mover in bringing about this annual
Heretofore, the library building has
been used, and the ladies of the Asso-
ciation have prepared the banquet
menu. As to the last mentioned, thty
have declared themselves undesirous
this year of the honor* and attending
financial benefits. They have gone
even further, and slfttad the Stags
may not have the use of the build-
ing. for the reason, principally that
to remove the opera chairs, which
is neceasary for such an event, has
proven danscfog to the floor.
Over the signature of Mrs. H. M..
McCelvey, acting president of the
Kings Daughters Circle, the stag's
executive committee have received a
proposal to serve the banquet, but as
yet no soluble place .haa been found,
and passes that detail up to the stags
Mr. Jones has proposed to the Re-
tail Merchants Association that the
temporary building for the Pure
Pood show In November be left stand-
ing for use of the atag party. This
is referred t<Mhe pure food show com-
With an abundance of eatables in
sight, and the chance existing that
there will be no shelter under which
to gather, is a perplexing , plague-
ing situation. Indeed it is, agrees Mi.
Jones and his committeemen.
REDUCED TRACTION RATES.
The Bel ton-Temple Traction Co.
has established a rate of SO cents
from Temple to Belton and return,
food on all cars. This rate will ex-
tend thro the entire week, for the
Belton Fair. (fit
This is to notify the public that I
will not be responsible for any debts
contracted by my former wife, Mrs.
L«muel Royals.- ltp
W. F. MO 8 BRO.
1. North Main street, ons i-room
house, good barn, nice peach trees,
good cistern, Eaat front, convenient
to school; price $1800; eaay terms.
2. North Main street, one 6-room
house, hall and bath, electric lights,
good barn, servant house, nice shrub-
bery in yard, concrete sidewalks, fine
shade trees, close in; price $2750;
1-3 cash, balance to suit.
3. Seuth 2nd street, one 3-room
house, two porches, good barn, nice
garden, fine shads trees, 1-2 block
of ear line; prlos $300; $389 cash,
$30 per month.
4. South 1st street, one fi-room
house, hall and bath, sewer connec
tlon, barn, servant houas; price $1,'
600; $200 cash, $30 par month.
I. Freeman Heights, one (-room
house, small barn, corner lot, Eaat
front, house haa modern root; price
$1000; see us for terms.
(. We csn sell you a home either
on cash or Installment. Call and see
us. Office over City National Bank,
NEW YORK STATE "CINCHED"
And Will Be a Landslide for the
In "Campaign Lie' Class.
Chicago, 111., Oct. 5.—Returning to
Chicago today to take up democratic
campaign direction in the west, Nor-
man E. Mack, chairman of the demo-
cratic national committee, declared
the tide is strong for Bryan in the
east, and if the democrats hold ad-
vantage there the democratic ticket
will surely be elected.
To the Associated Press represen-
tative Chairman Mack said on his ar-
rival here today: ,
I have been three weeks in the
east, where 1 studied the political
situation from every angle. I noted
every drift and current, and today
1 am prepared to say if we hold the
steady gains we have made in the
last two months the election is ours.
New York is going democratic; in
fact there will be a landslide for
Bryan in the entire state. New Jer-
sey, Rhode Island, Maryland, Dela-
ware and Ohio will also be found in
the democratic column. Indiana is
safely democratic; even the republi-
cans don't claim it."
Mr. Mack said that President
Roosevelt's letter will help the demo-
Stated to have been a result of a
disagreement previously growing out
of a horse trade, a cutting affray
occurred last night on the public
One of the parties received a wound
on (he right leg above the knee, and
in-the abdomen in the region of the
groin, from which the bowels protiu-
ded. A slight scratch on the left
breast Just above the heart was also
The name of the injured man is
withheld from this report at the ea»-
nest suggestion of several of his
friends, destring that until after the
seriousness of the injuries can be
better known, his family be not ap-
prised of the affray. Ht was remov-
ed to the Kings Daughters hospital
in charge of Dr. R. W. Barton, who
afterward reported the injuries quite
serious, tho not necessarily fatal.
Mr. T. W. Woods, of near Heidei -
heimer surrendered to Policemen Geo.
Oambel and Jim Ham. who turned
him over to Constable R. L. Cooper.
After hearing from the hospital of
the condition of thejnjured party,
Judge John L., Wsrd authorized Mr.
Cooper to release Mr. Woods under a
bond of $500, which it is understood
was furnished satisfactorily, pending
preliminary examination after the ex-
tent of the injuries have been more
"Nick" Says He's Still on the Stomp.
Evansviile, Ind., Oct. 5.—Before
leaving here for his home in Cincin-
nati Congressman Nicholas Long-
worth denied emphatically he had
been ordered to leave the stump. He
'1 arranged to leave the Sherman
party at Evansviile a week ago to go
to Pittsburg, where I have an en-
gagement of long standing to speak
at the centennial celebration. There
is no truth in this rumor that I am
to quit the stump. On the contra-
ry 1 expect to appear frequently from
time to time until the close of the
Longwoitb Says It's a Campaign Lie
Cincinnati, O., Oct. 5.—Congress-
man Longworth, who is in Clnclnna-
to today, denounced as a campaign
lie, the widely printed story that In a
speech at Rock Island. III., he pro-
posed after Judge Taft has served
two terms as president, President
Roosevelt would again be a candi-
date for the office.
C. B. Gibson of Milam County
brought his wife to Jones' Optilarl-
um Saturday to have her eyes fitted
with glasses, to correct her headaches
HON. H. P. ROBERTSON said yes
terday that he was unable to accept
the invitation to attend the legisla-
tive banquet at San Antonio last
Saturday night. On this occasiou
with representatives and senators to
the number of more than forty. It
was practically declared unanimous;]
the sense of the meeting that the ex
pressions of the constituent! in the
respective districts on the sub-
mission question in the last primary
shall govern the votea to be cast by
the legislators, and not according to
the state-wide vote. Mr. Robertson
position in this matter has previously
been made known by him.
Whv Colds Are Danseroos.
Because you have contracted or-
dinary colds and recovered from them
without treatment of any kind, do
not for a moment Imagine that colds
are not dangeroua. Everyone knows
that pneumonia and chronic catarrh
have their origin In a common cold.
Consumption Is not cauaed by a cold
but the cold prepares the system for
the reception and development of the
germs that would not otherwise have
found lodgment. It ia the Rame with
all Infectious diseases. Diphtheria,
scarlet fever, measles and whooping
cough are much more likely to be
contracted when the child has a cold.
You will see from this that more real
danger lurks In a cold thaa In any
other ot the common ailments The
easiest and quickeat way to cure a
cold is to take Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy. The many, remarkable
curea effected by thla preparation
have made It a staple article of trade
over a large part of the world. For
aale by all druggists.
Sealed bids will be received up to
Oct. 7 for building cottage. Right
reserved to reject any and all blda.
Plans and speciflsatlon» may be seen
at Moas Ross Salaon. >
REDUCED TRACTION RATES.
The Belton-Temple Traction Co.
h&s established a rate of 30 cents
from Temple to Belton and return,
good on all cars. This rate will ex-
tend thru the entire week, for the
Belton Fair. <5t
Mr. J. F. Crouch, proprietor of the
Temple Times, on yesterday closed a
contract with tlie representative of
the Mergenthaler Linotype Compa-
ny for purchase of a new typesetting
machine of this company's latest mod-
el, to be delivered here as soou as
possible, which will probably oe with-
in a couple of weeks.
Thia machine will Incrtase the
battery of Linotype machines, usul
by the Times on the day Bhift, and by
the Telegram at night, from one t<»
Telegram Added to Growth.
The additional machine is impera-
tively needed to meet the rapidly in-
creasing demands of the Daily Tele-
gram. and also the Increase in the
book and job composition handled
by the Times.
REDUCED TRACTION RATES.
The Belton-Temple Traction Ce.
has established a rate of 30 cents
from Temole to Belton and return,
good on all cars. Thia rate will ex-
tend thrn the entire week, for the
Belton Fair. , (it
Just received—Shipment Red Fish,
Sheepshead and Trout, at
A. F. Scroggin'i Fish Market.
Iron and Wire Fences Cheaper Than
J. W. Weems, representing the
Texas Wire Fence Co., is here for a
few days taking orders for ornamen-
tal fences and would be glad to quote
you prices on your fence delivered
and erected. He has had ten years
experience in this line and is in a
position to give you the very best
goods and knows how to put your
fence up. See him at Bruner &
Qardenhire, or phone 41 old, or 146
new, and he will call.
We deliver Fish and Oysters to
any part of the city.
A. F. Scroggin't Fish Market
Tin Majestic Theatre
Centiauos Performances From
4:to5:P.I.7:45 to 9:30 PI
A Kind Hearted Boot-Black.
The later Sprits.
The Little Detective.
BETWEEN HIM AND THE DEMO-
CRATIC STATE EXECUTIVE
COMMUTE, AND THAT
PROS WILL HIVE MAJORITY
In Next Legislative Assembly to
Bring About One of Two Fa-
Dallas. Tex., Oct. 5 —Chairman
Strong of the prohibition committee
today denied any friction between
himself and the state democratic
committee in San Antonio Saturday.
Strong says if the legislature re-
fuses to submit the prohibition am-
endment, a statutory prohibition law
will be passed, the pros having suf-
ficient majority in the next assem-
Austin Antis Aroused.
Austin, Tex., Oct. 5.— Sterling
Strong's defiance to anti-prohibition
supporters and the democratic state
executive committee and threat of
abandoning the submission of the
prohibition proposition and to favor
statutary prohibition enactment by
the next legislature is alarming the
antis here, who realize that the move-
ment is shrewd and hard to combat.
This makes the anti-prohibition con-
vention in Houston all the more im-
Remember that we meet tonight
at 7:30 sharp, and every member is
requested to be present, as we have
five candidates for the first and sec-
ond degrees. Come and witness the
work, as the New Ritual is very en-
tertaining and instructive (It)
IE III 11U
RETAIL MERCHANTS ASSOCI-
ATION HELD MEETING
The regular monthly meeting of the
Retail Merchants Associat^n was
held last night in Judge John L.
Ward's office; vice-president A! J.
Jarrell in the chair.
Following the reading and approv-
al of the minutes of the last meeting
Secretary Spencer read a communi-
cation from Wm. Brewer of Cleburne,
State President, calling attention of
this Association's arrears for Nation-
al dues. It was decided to hold the
matter in abeyance until after the
pure food show and probably to re-
mit from the proceeds.
By a unanimous vote, article 5;
section 5, of the by-laws was strick-
en out. This made compulsory upon
a member to discharge an employe
who persistently refused to pay his
honest accounts. It was the sense
of the meeting that this might be lu
conflict with the atti-trust laws.
Secretary Spencer reported gratify-
ing progress of the arrangements for
the pure food exhibition in Novem-
ber. More than fifty per cent of the
booths have been engaged by exhi-
bitors, and the local jobbers and re-
tailers are in correspondence with
other manufacturers whose products
seek popularity in this market; and
it is anticipated that all of the
booths will be filled for the show.
He says that the Association is alrea-
dy clear of the initial exepnae, by the
sale of the booths already spoken for.
Secretary Spencer called attention
to the need for receiving thru the
members prompt reports on all new-
comers to the city; also reports on
"changes in credit ratings." In
the last respect, he says, it has fre-
quently been found that a man with
good rating may, later on, merit
one not so good. It was the sense
of the meeting that both of these
details should be constantly born in
mind by the members and their co-
operation had, since unquestionably,
both are matters of necessity for mu-
The matter of turning over the tern
porary building after the pure* food
show, to the Temple Stags for the!r
Thanksgiving party, was referred to
the special committee in charge cf
the pure food show, with power to
Austin, Tex., Oct. 5.—The nomi-
nees of the State prohibition party-
must be printed in the ballot tickt'.s
for the election in November.
It will be remembered that after
having in convention declared nomi-
nees for state officers, the prohibi-
tion party last week announced these
would be withdrawn, so as to allow
a full support of prohibition demo-
crats of the submission and state-
wide prohibition movement. By a
ruling this afternoon of the Secre-
tary of State, the withdrawal was
made too late, and the names must
appear on the ticket.
Independents Without a Head.
The Independent party in the state
ill be represented minus a "head"
) their ticket, in view of the fact
the nominee for Governor has for-
saken the ranks, and declares him-
s-elf to support Bryan in the National
Gov. Campbell a Sick Man.
Palestine, Tex., Oct. 5.—Arriving
here today from Austin, Governor
Campbell was pronounced a very sick
man. He attributes this condition to
over work during the past six months.
He believes, however, after a period
of rest and recuperation, he will be
able again to vigorously assume his
REDUCED TRACTION RATES.
The Briton-Temple Traction Co.
haa established a rate of SO cents
from Temple to Belton and return,
good on all can. This rate will .ex-
tend thru the entire we*k, for the
Belton Fair. (St
The ladiea of the Episcopal Church
will hold their annual bat&ar about
At the residence on North Second
street of Mr. and Mrs. Press Ter
rell, their daughter, Gladys, was giv-
en in marriage last evening to Mr.
Olin G. Wellborn, son of Mr. ami
Mrs. C. H. Welborn, of this city.
Rev. Simeon Shaw was the celebrant.
The marriage vows were exchang-
ed in the presence of numerous rela-
tives of the contracting parties and
invited guests. A light repast of
seasonable dainties was served dur-
ing the evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Wellborn left at Ua
o'clock for Smitbville, where thev
VERY SERIOUS INJURIES
RESULT OF RUNAWAY.
While en route home from Troy
where they had been attending ■*
family reunion, Mr. and Mrs. Beu
Carpenter and Mrs. L. B. Courtney
sustained very serious injuries yester-
day, caused by the horse becoming
frightened when approaching the Lit-
tle Elm bridge, four miles east of
here, and throwing the occupants out
of the vehicle.
Mr. Carpenter was thrown against
a railing of the bridge, and was pick-
ed up unconscious. He sustained a
knee fracture, aad a painful injury
to an eye. Mesdames Courtney and
Carpenter were thrown into the water
twenty feet below. Mrs. Courtnc)
is suffering intensely from a fracture
of the right shoulder. Mrs. Carpen-
ter escaped more fortunately, with
only minor bruises.
Passers by gave necessary assist-
ance in taking care of the injure 1
people and getting them to their
Those wishing the very best and
highest class Photographs, I am pre-
pared to show the genuine Carbon
Sepia and Gold Sepia Photos of lat-
est creations in style and finish.
Also have put on another grade to
meet the demands of those wanting
the best for the least money. This
class of work I will finish at about
one-half the prices charged else-
where for inferior pictures.
HOWELL, Main St.
ELEVEN LIS LOST
NEW YORK TENEMENT BUILDING
SCENE OF FATAL HOLO-
GHILD'N TOSSED FIMMB
Safely into Waiting Arms Below—
There Were Many Narrow Ec-
capes from the Fire.
New York, Oct. 5.—Eleven per-
sons loet their lives in a fire which
occurred early this morning In a
four-story double tenement In lower
DOMIN1CK PURCHELLE, his wife
and three children, 5, 3 and 2 yeara
FRANCISCO PALESTRINO, who
boarded with the Purchelli family.
MRS. SCATINO and her 7-year-old
Three unidentified men.
The building was occupied by 8
Italian families and there were ap-
proximately fifty persons asleep in
the building when the fire was dis-
covered. The fire started in a dry*
goods store that occupied the ground
floor. It spread with great rapidi-
ty. and soon the whole inside of the
building was a mass ot flames. Ma-
ny of the persons who escaped by
the passageway were more or less
burned, some severely.
There were many narrow escapes
from death and a number of children
were saved by being tossed from the
windows Into the arms of spectators
In the street. At least alt children
were rescued In this manner.
Gunther'i Fine Candies, 5c and
REYNOLDS' NEW DRUG STORE.
We have recently added to our
work shop a manufacturing jeweler
and engraver,and we solicit especially
manufacturing work of all kinds.
We will submit designs and quote
price for manufacturing any special
article you may want, and are in pos-
ition to turn out anything from the
simplest ring mounting to the most
elaborate articles of jewelry.
We have also added to our optical
department a graduate optician of 12
years practical experience. We are
able to correct the most complicated
eye troubles. We are ever ready to
make examinations tree of charge.
We do not use atprolne.
THE woman who "knows" can't help but notice how dif-
ferent our Shoes are from the kind most stores sell.
They haw that smart ' 'built for you alone'' appear-
ance not found in "just shoes."
We claim our women's shoes to be the perfection of Shoe
making; and we assume all risk.
Nothing pleases us more than to have a woman examine
closely the leather, the lining, the style and general wfcrknian-
shtp of our shoes. Such buyers will appreciate bur Shoes of
Women's Shoes From $2. to SB.
fchoes of all sites and widths. Shoes for stormy days-
Shoes for street wear and for dress.
The new Napoleon, high cut, wave top boots.
Every shoe a leader in its class.
The Guarantee Shoe Stone
"Til Hori tf Better Slots"
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