The Temple Daily Telegram (Temple, Tex.), Vol. 4, No. 2, Ed. 1 Tuesday, November 22, 1910 Page: 1 of 8
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TEMPLE, TEXAS, TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 22, 1»T
GRIM VISAGED WAR NOW SEEMS
INEVITABLE DOWN IN MEXICO
No, the Tariff Commissioners
Won't Enjoy Chicago Banquet
madeeo has crossed border
telegraph is seized
Government Take* Over All Line*
and Closes Associated PreM
Laredo, Tex., Nov. 21.—The situa-
tion In Mexico tonight appears to be
serious. Kor the first time Is fifteen
years the Mexican government has
taken charge of all telegraph wires
and has closed the leased wire of the
Associated Press on the plea that the
government needed it for the trans-
mission of Federal business.
Coming after what was officially
reported sa quiet Sunday, this action
lends substance to rumors of bloody
riots at Zacatacas, Gomez Palacios
and Torreon, authenticity of whlob
was In doubt.
Madero Crosses Border.
Sen Antonio, Tex., Nov. 21.—It la
reliably reported here that Francisco
Madero crossed the Mexican border
Sunday sixteen miles below Eagle
Pass. He la now eald to be engaged
In mobilising a force on land owned
by his father near Allende.
Mexican officials sent a strong de-
tachment of cavalry to effect his cap-
ture. It la reported that the rebels
captured Querrere, (orty ml lea below
Cludad Porflrla Diaz, and a regiment
of government troops baa been sent
there from Monclova to surround the
Troops Ready For Border.
San Antonio, Tex., Nov. 21.—Gen-
eral Holt, commanding the depart-
ment of Tsxas, is holding troops at
Fort Sam Houston la readiness for a
call from Governor Campbell snd the
Federal officers are keeping a close
watch for two cars of rifles and am-'
munition said to be on the way here
for Mexican revolutionists. The
Southern Pacific railroad has been
notified to be In readiness to handle
troops on an emergency schedule for
the border In caae the presence of
troops should be necessary to preserve
the neutrality laws.
Rifles For Revolutionists.
El Paso, Tex., Nov. 21.—Rifles and
ammunition were shipped into Mex-
ico from Marathon, Texaa, yesterday,
according to a report from that place
todsy. Three men in charge of the
shipment stated that they were for
The message further said that rev-
olutionists are gathering la the state
of Chihuahua and are preparing to
attack the city of Chihuahua. The
region thereabouts Is sparsely set-
LESS COTTON GINNED THAN HAS
m -■•* - *7 * i i
Ccasu Egws aa Given Out Yester-
day Caused Excitement in Mar-
ket and Decided Advance.
Chicago, Nov. 11,—'The tariff
board of Chicago has Invited the mem-
bers of Taft's tariff eomatlssioa to be
Its guests at dinner on Dec. a. H.
C. Emery, J. B. Reynolds and Alvln
H. Sanders have accepted the Invita-
tion, and some of the Chocigoaas
promise thrt the tariff experts won't
enjoy the dinner. Some thousand or
more questions have hem written out
and will be fired at the commission.
Then another thousand suggestions
on how to arrange the tariff will be
duly laid In front of th* members. All
in all the tariff commlislaBsrd are in
for one strenuous evening.
power not wanted
FEDERATION OF LABOR DEFEATS
Washington, Nev. 21.—-The cotton
crop of 1910 ginned to Nov. 14, ac-
cording to the census bureau report
today la 8,764,163 balea. Last year
to the same date there were ginned
8,112,199 bales, or 80.6 per cent of
the total crop of 10,072,731 hales.
New Tork, Nov. 21.—There was a
revival of bullish excitement In Che
cotton market here today on the cen
sua report showing less cotton ginned
to Nov. 14 than had been expected.
First prices were 23 to 41 points
above the closing figures of last week.
Situation in Chihuahua.
El Paso, Tex., Nov. 21.—Americans
arriving here assert the situation In
Chihuahua Is grave. A strong guard
has been placed over the Banca Min-
ero. Business Is partially suspended
and many American families are
reaching the border to await the re-
turn of peaceful conditions.
Rebellion in Yen Cm.
Mexico City, Nov. 21.—A regiment
(Continued from Page 1.)
Excitement at New Orleans.
New Orleans, Nov. 21.—Ths census
report on ginned cotton caused great
excitement In the cotton market here.
The opening prices were 14 to 41
points above Saturday's closing
OFF FOR BIG GAME.
Fifteen Hunters Go For Deer Down
is Bnuoria County.
A party of fifteen deer hunters left
last night for Brazoria county to get
tlhelr allotment of bucks. The fifteen
hunters were accompanied by just
fifteen hounds, and the doga were aa
eager to get off as were the men.
Only one Templeite was In the bunch,
the others being from the surround-
ing country, mostly from Troy and
Heidenhelmer. Uncle Mike Elliott,
the veteran hunter, was ths dean of
the crowd and John R. Jackson up-
holds the reputation of Temple.
Railway Implnyas Censured Far Ad-
vocating Increase in Freight
YOUTHFUL HIGHWAYMEN HOLD
UP, ROB AND SHOOT.
killed one victim
AU father Mow, Everybody
1601 ^ Spell «Preventive 1
it Was the Worty_ _
The Teleorart?" Fr«Quently Overlooked Bv
Were EaAn«J»t«nti—The Pictures
-The Prize Winners
First prise, gold lilted watch, - ,,crs'
Wylia, 214 North Fifth atrset. 1 "preventive." The next hardest
Second prise, carbon sepia phots robably "calendar," both
ottered by Howell's Studio, Mrs. j. Jt ahe same ad
8t. Louis, Nov. 21.—The American
Federation of Labor today refused to
adopt a resolution the purpose of which
was to centralise In its officials pow-
er to call general strikes in given lo-
President Gompers ted the opposi-
tion to the retolutkw, wlftch vf in-
troduced by Delegate Abrahams of
A resolution wsa adopted censuring
the railroad employes who petitioned
the Interstate commerce commission
to permit railroads to ln/rsese freight
rates, and declaring ihjrt If the water
was squeezed out of stacks ho freight
rate boost would be seeded.
A resolution petitioning congress to
enact a law pecn<oping workmen who
reach sixty years «f age was defeated.
Another reeolsfloa opposes govern-
ment appropriation for river Improve-
ments, except where the cities or
states interested will give free
wharves. # -
A resolution to provide for the or-
ganization of tradeswomen, stenogra-
phers and oCtee worksc* generally,
Labor Commissioner Believes
Engineer and Railroad Offi-
*da Will Effect Settlement
SIGNS pF LUCK
are plentiful on the
sidewalks of this to
Keep your eye on
foot apparel of
will detect the
I quality which fo
goods from this establishment,
are signs of luck for the wearers
they are well wearers and look gooj
The^ are not expensive when ys
sider their value.
Fort Worth, Tex., Nov. 21.—That
S3,000 loco mot! e engineers who have
broke off relations with the Tsxas
4md western lines and are taking -a
poll, and the railroads will effect soma
kind of a compromise, is the belief of
Joseph S. Meyers, state labor commis-
sioner and himself a member of a
prominent railroad brotherhood. He
belongs to ths Brotherhood of Loco-
motive Firemen and Enginemen'.
"I don't expect to see a big strlks,
though the matter look serious at
,** said Mr. Meyers. Who Is In
Worth for afcfew days' visit "The
of both parties to the dispute,
so big that some kind of
will be elected and trou-
ble warded off."
lived in Fort Worth
prir to his appollntment by Governor
librarian aad later
toFort Worth In January when
the Campbell administration leaves
k t ■
Three Chicafo Boys Full Off • Dia-
mond Dick Thriller and Make
Chicago, Nov. 21—Three youthful
highwaymen last night shot one hold-
up victim to death, tired at two others
and allowed a fourth man to go after
stripping him of cash and overcoat.
Ths bandit trio committed the series
Of crimes on the northwest side wlth-
is the period of an hour, and although
seen by half a dozen persons, have sot
yet been airestsd.
Following the; murder, they are be-
lieved to hav* ribbed a fifth man.
Five other recent holdup shootings
are laid It their door by the police,
and within half Sm hour after the mur-
der a hundred fcolletnien, headed by
Police I nspector< H eaIy, were searching
the northwest |pction of the city for
The murdered man. who was about
25 years old and well dressed, was un-
MEAT PRICES BEGIN
TO CLIMB UP AGAIN
Fort Wqrth, Tex., Nov. 21.—Meat
prices are going op again. The period
of reduced prices in live stock
short that the reported cuts
reached the retail meat dealer.
H. E. Finney, manager of Aqnour ft
Co., is responsible for this statement:
"I can see no reason for any reduced
prices. The live strck supply Is light-
er than It wasestimated, and the re-
ported decreased prices havs proved
their Inability to-stiok without a loss
to the Off stock msa. Indications
am If anything, that meat and beef
prices aow will go still higher.
Prices advanced slightly today, and
It was said on the North Side that all
llvt stock on the hoof will go still
Retail meat dealers and restaurant
men said Monday that no reductions
had reached them yet It was expected
several days ago that the patrons la
Fort Worth restaurants would be ben-
efited soon by ths reported reductions.
Mr. and Mn. Eldon Rogers will
five their regular weekly hop at Wil-
kerson hall tonight Come.
Bridget's, 218 North Fifth Street
Third prise, half ton of Bear Grass
coal offered by Q. W. Metcalfe, Mm
A. Nelson, 704 Bast Avenue A.
Puzzle picture prise, two tickets of-
fered by Exchange Opera House, Jen-
nie Butler, 706 Bast Avenue A. ,
Other correct solutions of the spell-
ing contest: Mrs. W. F. Lucas, Hor-
ace Robinson, Mrs. Chaa. Gribble,
Mrs. Sam . H. Shutt Mm George
Whltaker, Willie Banks, Mrs. D. W.
Shaw, Mrs. Charlie Mosshart, Herman
Schultx, Mrs. Roy Balling, Mrs. A.
Dtenst, Mm John Case, Mrs. Eugenie
Hood, Mm J. B. Powell, Luclle Yates,
Mm W. 8. McGregor, GayneU Martin,
Mm Paul Lackner, Mrs. R. B. Howell,
Mm W. C. Smith. Will Martin, Mlsa
Daisy Deane Reld.
Two hundred and fifteen correct so-
lutions of the puzzle pictures were re-
The flye words Intentionally mis-
spelled, and for correction of which
the prises were awarded, were:
1 Calendar, In H. M. Burt ad.
1. Preventive, In H. M. Burt ad.
J. innocence, In O. D. Jarrell ad.
4. Peel, in J. A. Lugo ad.
(. Lily, in Prairie Queen Laundry ad.
The word whicE was an extra num-
ber, and outlawed, waa "csabaw."
That Is a form given In some diction^
aries and nssd by some seed houses.
However, different dlctionarlsa give a
variety of spellings, and some give
none. Ignoring the word. Seed houses
also spell it differently. The people of
IVmple spell it *rT ways like the dic-
tionaries and In several entirely new
combinations of letters. Some at-
tempts were make to spell the thing
you do and the sound you make when
you sneeze, which is not so very far
from the phonetics of ths word ca-
The "hard" word this trip
As to the word "pre-
»ome are inclined to doubt
was misspelled. In fact, many
glv* lbat as an admissible
as with"??. ,h,rd way
revised 7.Wlth »<*«
with usage"' 0therg' th"
people and together
to spell oorrec by *«ncatsd
standard. And ae bu,ln«88 " Is
these columns. If cUk&n M the
enough, nearly everjr*marke<1 in
guage will be found \° b*elt far
gone gradual change Lour *an*
In the opinion of the etlltunfter~
"preventlvWls so well estall!»g.
the correct spelling and thVd
"preventative" so harshly graf
the trained ear, that it Is rega
that the calling of attention
A FAMILY OF
BEV0LTING MURDER COMMITTED
AT MARYVTT.TPr jfo
house is burned
Charred Remains of Murdered Family
Bemoved From Building By
Neighbors. < /
Maryville, Mo., Nov. 21.—Oda Hub-
bell, a farmer near Barnard. Mo„ and
Wlfe and lw° children were shot
<*<1 killed at their home last alght by
an unknown person, who set fire to
^ the houde to conceal the crime,
to >Hubbe» and his wife were
word Is worth, in an educational waj8 of age, and the chiidr
propbably more than the pointing out Jessie, a jj(r|, an^vrntfre
all ready f0rtk"
FINAL ARRANGEMENTS FOR THE
ANNUAL STAG PARTY.
Meeting of Reeeptien Committee Tea-
Event Is Now Assured.
incorrect spelling and pronunciation
Of any single other word that has ap-
peared In these contests. ^
In the picture puzzle department
there was something dolryf. The pic-
tures were good uues, but evidently
there was struck a line in which the
public had become proficient before
these appeared. Over two hundred
oorrett solutions is a great many, and
It shows conclusively that hereafter
there will have to be a pressure on the
hard pedal, and Just wait until next
Sunday and see if It Is such an easy
thing to traoe the hidden figures!
There are many more words which
are frequently misspelled, and next
8unday there will be a new lot, easy
If you know how, Only commonplace
words will be used, as heretofore, and
the revised dlctinary—the latest from
the publishing houses, and to be found
only In achool editions, will be the
reference. Even tome school diction-
ales are old prints. UpHarnow edi-
tions are meant
HD fDIDDCII IfUCT
lJK. UUtTEn mUol
pay the penalty
HIS PETITION FOR A REPRIEVE
HAS BEEN DENIED.
and 4y last night
Pilots at the Hubbell
made an effort to tl
cause. At midnight it
that the Hubbell houw
and all the people in tha i
hurried to assist In extln
flames. When this was
the charred remains of I
dren were found in bed In their |
and it was evident they had been*
ed while they were sleeping. HV
bell's body was found lying on tho"
floor of another room and his wife'a
body in her bedrom, where she prob-
ably had been shot without warning.
It Is believed that Hubbell had %
struggle with the murder. A pool or
blood outside the house indicated ho
had been shot there and bis body waa
dragged inside after bo waa killed.
Killed and Two
Near Peon City.
Home Secretary Refuses to Interfere
With tfce Sentence of the Court,
Has Hot Confessed.
If there's one thing that
teems n»re important than an-
other in clothea necessities just
now, it's .an Overcoat Perhaps
you've had some thought along
th* sa®e line. So now, while
we're both thinking about it,
why not drop in and get our ev-
idence on the subject?
We'll show Overcoats in as
many styles -as youH want to
see. Rifht quality. Right fit-
Si 2.50 <° IIC
1 meeting of the raception commit-
tee of the eighteenth annual Stag Par-
ty to be held Thursday night Novem-
ber M, at the Carnegie Library, waa
held at the Temple Book Concern at
4 p. m. yesterday, with Prof. W. H.
Adsmsnn In the chair.
A large number was in attendance.
It wsa abowni by Chairman Heckman
of the tieket committee that a large
number at tickets had been sold and
that probably the balance would be ta-
ken by Tueeday.
Chairman John Black of the build-
ing committee reported that the hallj
wlfl seat 540.
sir. Hagenlocber, the caterer, waa la
attendant*, and promisee a banquet
never before surpassed.
Mr. John Black of the coat and hat
committee made a recommendation
which will be adopted, namely, that
the eoata and hats be placed under
the tables on extra shelves which
will be provided for that purpoee.
Those attending the reception from 7
to I p. m., consequently, will put
their hata and coats In various parts
of the library until the banquet hall Is
opened, which will be at 8 p. m. sharp.
Mr. Houghton reports that the Tem-
pi* Quartette, which haa delighted
Stag audiences In the past will sing
again, and also a sol* will be rendered
by Mr. Zarr. Young Percy Smith will
render a selection on the violin
Mr. Bert Croesnoe will preelde at th*
There wQl also likely be nut-
ate by a string quartette.
The spsect-making begins at • p. m.
sharp. After prayer the national an-
them will Be sung, after which there
will be a universal one chain hand-
shake. A special new feature will In-
troduce the speaking, In which five
gentlemen will take part
▲ large turkey gobbler wlU be
placed on the stage, same to be award-
ad to the best speaker or th* be* Joke
teller of the evening. Thirty mfautea
will be set aside for all who wish to
ftfli Jokes, aad thla time will be ex-
ta aa hour If necessary.
Joke will be •limited to
aad speeches to five
can tell aa many Jokei
In the time limit Ms
be provided for each gae
s pegs I )
Pecos. Tex., Nov. II.—One man
dead and two are wounded at
gosa, a smsll town near <h«re, as
result of s shooting scrape on the \
cos Valley Southern railway linsa (
Paul K. Holmes of Balmorbea 1
Pecos this morning for Sara|
Is alleged that as the result of
trouble, that could not ha
Holmes shot and killed Knox
and seriously Injured Knox's
and shot a bystander la the leg.
Iff liri wn left Pecos In an aut
I Sara gosa at 1 o'clock.
London, Nov. II.—Dr. Crlppen's peti-
tion for a reprieve was denied today,
the home eecretary announcing that
tie declined to Interfere with the sent-
sncq_ of the court.
Crippen will be executed on tbd|f
morning of Nov. 23. Jki
Has Not Confessed.
London, Nov. 21.—Officials
Scotland Yard today denied the i^l
port said to have been circulated
the United Statea that Dr. Crippei
under sentence of death for the mur-
der of hia wife, had made a coats*-
NOTICE OF CLOSING,
itrons are requested to
j Alt patrons ai« requesl
ohafi their ThanJtsgMw i
tore Thursday. We will keep
atote closed all day Thursday.
hjW. 8. CALLAWAY, the
^y.lNDS BODY IK
NOTICE WATER CONSUMEBS.
Today from 2 to 5 p. m. water *ill
be out off o« First street from Baiton
to French and on Second street tlowi
Central to French; also oa French,
Pint to Second, for repairs. Fill np
PAT BRACKEN, Snpt.
Chrysanthemums for Thankstf ring.,
Ring Oliver, nsw phona.
| ^ g ,
Order your Thanksgiving
by Wednesday sa my stars
elosed all day Thursdsy.
* thing whs striking the 1
torman of a Third avea«
train aarly thla morning i
train and found the body
wadged <n tfhe forward
New York, Nov.,
aullar noise and
So tightly waa the body i
tha 'ruck that the mo torman
po'ii ''nieu were unahte to ua<
:snd all trains ware held
directions while a '
sent for to raise tha car.
The body waa so
at the featuTeayeould not
^ The man waa f
h Fad Everything Far
Boy. The Btst line
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Williams, E. K. The Temple Daily Telegram (Temple, Tex.), Vol. 4, No. 2, Ed. 1 Tuesday, November 22, 1910, newspaper, November 22, 1910; Temple, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth475287/m1/1/: accessed August 21, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Library Consortium.