The Temple Daily Telegram (Temple, Tex.), Vol. 4, No. 2, Ed. 1 Tuesday, November 22, 1910 Page: 2 of 8
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For Announcement nf
Big Sale of thi
cCelvey^Hartmann D G Co
THE STORE WITH THE' GOODS ,. k
IGED HIS NAME
IN ORDER TO MARRY
BOY IS TOLD DIYOECE IS NOT
l? SECESSARY UMDER LAW.
Governor Issues Pardon to Youth in
Order to Let Dying Woman
See Her Son.
Austin, Tm., Not. U.—'"Ifnor-
anca Is do excuse In the eyes of the
Jaw." it a well-founded principle of
government, yet at tine* it eeema s
A case 1b which tbla was demon-
atrated came to light recently when
Governor Campbell issued a pardon
to a bay who had been convicted of
; bigamy. His awther waa at deaths
• door and. at the Instance of friend*
land relatival of ttoe boy, a-
issued that he might
t mother before ahe died.
The boy was young when
. the first time. Married
altogether happy, and he
■t wife. However, he
roman with whom
_ > Infatuated. She lived in
(alag county, and he moved
He waa told that If he dowuld
bla name he could
at once proceeded to ehi
and married, thinking
tone nothing wrong
wbn he waa arreated
jurj sh» same story, that
gothlag <nN|. because
rttflged Me name. Howeve'.
'that waa bo excuse, an Aha was car
Now he 4e once more , bat he
111 hardly be accepting ai her iacb
■ of the Texaa statu
G.A.R. to Hear *
Orteaas, Not. SI.'
, steady at a net advance
paicti Spots Arm,
Washington, Not. tl.—Members
f the O. A. R. executive committee
111 meet in Washington early aeftt
month to hear the charges a gal art
McBlroy, past senior vice cam-
snder of the organisation. - Tha
log has been called by the re-
Quest of Mr. McXlroy. McBlroy waa
g candidate for commander la chief,
bat charges were circulated against
htm, and he withdrew and then de-
manded tha court of inveatlgatioB.
UVESTOCK MARKET. J
City. Nov. Jl.—Oattle 10c
Southern steers 94 to |SJ0.
to 10c lower; heavtaa $7 to
te get one of these
. at the Standard Her
I mb ate you money on office mp-
plies. 0RAVES' BOOK STORE.
All c I titans of Temple and else-
where financially Interested la the
Temp]^'-Northwestern railroad are re-
quested to moot la the auditorium of
the Tempi* Commercial Club Tues-
day alght at 14'clock eharp, at which
time the president and truateea will
make a report as to the coadltloa of
the affalia ttie road. There will
also be aome recommendation* coo-
coming another project associated
with the Templa-North western, and
of vital Importance to our peopla.
Not alone are tbose financially hi-
tcreated in tha 1TfeB)pls .Vorthweatera
Invited to this Meeting, but all good
citizens who are Peally Interested 1b
the prograas and proaperlty of Tem-
ple are alas Invited to be with us at
this meeting. The meeting will be
called to order promptly at S o'clock,
and It Is h<n*d that all will he oa
time. Come earlier If poealble aad
you may secure eoafldeatlal Informa-
tloa yon will not otherwise receive.
Lots of good thiaga foe Temple,
and hear about them
Wm. M WOODALL,
Secretary Temple Commercial Clah.
AT PUBLIC MEETING
ROYALIST STRUCK THE FRENCH
PREMIER 15 THE PACE.
Intervention of Republican Guards
Alone Saved Iacour From DealJu .
at Hands of Populaoe.
Paris, Nov. 21.—Imposing national
o« re monies In the Tulllerles garden
yestarday in connection With the ded-
ication of a statue erected to the mem
Sfy of Jules Ferry, the French states-
man, Were marked by an assault on
Premier Brland, who, while walking
with President Fallleres, waa struck
twice In the faoe by a royalist. The
premier waa not seriously hurt. The
vast crowd which had gathered in the
garden set upon the premier's assail-
ant and only determined Intervention
by the republican guards saved him
fr6m being beaten to death.
The incident occurred at the con
elusion of the exercises, which were
attended . by thousands. President
Fallerles, M. Brland aad other minis-
ters were walking toward the gate-
way when a man broke through the
republican guards that lined the road,
leaped to M Briand'a side and rais-
ing his clenched flats high In the air,
brought them down with full force
uopn the premier's faoe.
DIFBNDED HIS ASSAILANT.
M. Brland reeled under the blow,
but did hot fall. Aa friends rushed up
to assist him he cried:
"t am all right; we muat protect my
The very audacity of the assault
rendered the crowd momentarily
speechless, but a shout of anger
cries of "kill him" arose quickly from
all sldee as they fought their way to
lay hands upon the aasallant. He waa
kicked and beaten and badly Inlured
before the republican guar da, urged
oh by the premier, succeeded In rescu-
ing him. The man waa taken before
a magistrate and gave the name of
Laconr. He said he waa a memebr of
the executlTe committee of the "Cam
•lota Du Rot," an organisation of
young royalists, and that hs wished to
strike at the republic In the person of
ROYALISTS HONOR LACOUR.
The "Camelots Du Rol" met tonight
and unanimously sleeted Lacour vice
president as a token of their sympathy
and admiration of hie act.
The statue to M. Ferry was erected
by the public school children of
France and the colonies, two million
of whom each contributed one coat
The ceremnles, while honoring M.
Perry as a statesman aad upbullder of
colonies, especially honored him
dither of the public schools of France.
A golden book, containing tha
of two million subscribers, waa placed
te the receptacle beneath the statue
There was a great procession of school
ehlMren dad orations wore delivered
by Premier Brland, Maurice Fan re,
minister of public Instruction, and
other notable public men. M. Brland
hailed Perry as a great patriot, like
Gambettl and Waldeck
TO RAID NO MORE
DIES OF INDIGESTION AFTER EAT-
ING PARLOR MATCHES.
Police Now Walk Heir Beats With-
out Outing Wary, Anxious
Trenton, N. Nov. 21.—"Rob-
ber Bill," a goat who has been giv-
ing the police of the Chamberburg
district much annoyance for yeara
because of his kleptomania, haa at
last received his just reward and,
although this was a sad ending, the
local police pro celebrating the event.
There is no such thing as mourning
for '"Robber Bill," and if he had been
half alive he wottld have used his
horns to advantage while his body
was being towered beneath the soil,
for the vacant lot In which he was
buried wan devo f of even a bean
can, aud "Robber'Bill'' dearly loved
bean cans. The police say that his
tragic end and ''disgraceful" burial
will be a lesson to all other goats
who considered "Bill* a hero and have
tried to follow his evil ways.
Bill" had the reputation of hav-
ing been arrested more times than
any goat in New Jersey. The dock-
et at the Second precinct police sta-
tion contains the name of this goat
fifty times, and the charge against
him on each oaaaalon was either petit
or grand larceny. For years the mer-
chants in the southern part of the
city have been after Bill's scalp, but
each time they tried to get it some
of them became painfully aware of
the fact that this goat s horns were
extremely sharp and that he had no
conscience as far as their use was
concerned. He thought nothing of
walking boldly into a butcher shop,
picking up a tenderloin or porter-
house steak and sweeping majestic-;
ally out. The shelves were the safest
places for employes of butcher shops
or grocery stores when BUI decided
Not many daya ago Bill entered
the beautiful Ibome of William Harris
at Hamilton Terrace, and mistaking
a silver sugar bowl for an ordinary
can, confiscated it. It was found
later In a dilapidated condition
among the reat of the goat's discard-
ed cans on "Goat Hill," which are
now his only monument. Mr. Har-
ris wanted the death penalty for the
animal, but wise Bill, learning that
the menof the police department were
on his trad, refused to be killed, and
crossed the iKlaware river into Mor-
ristown, Pa., wtere 'he defied extra-
dition. The goat.longed for hla
home Melds and retained. He aeem-
ed so penitent thta the police de-
cided to give him a chants to reform.
Some said, however, that the police
really wanted nothing to do with
Bill because every time he was ar-
rested the chief had to ordtr new
seats placed in the trousers of many
of his policemen.
Bill's death was rather unexpect-
ed. He entered the grocery store of
Simon Lavlne early yesterday and
began to search for dainties for his
luncheon. Lavlne climbed up on the
shelves when he saw the goat enter
Ing, but decided to make a dear fight
for his property. In fact, he Was
prepared tor Bill's visit, and from
his high position of safety he hurled
all sorts of missiles at the Intruder.
The animal didn't mind the attack
so much as lie did the absence of
the things he sought. He thought
that he would "get" Lavlne later.
The goat waa real hungry, but the
grocer had put everything under cov-
er for Just such an emergency, for
the rumor had gone forth that Bill
hadn't eatea a square meal for 24
hours, fhe animal discovered sever-
al gross of good slsed matches, and
being deceived as to their Identity
by the odor of frankfurters and can-
ned tomatoes that hovered sbout
them he proceeded to enjoy a meal.
Lavlne was so delighted that he al-
most fell from the shslf. BUI ate
every match In eight, gave a haughty
look In the direction of the imprison-
ed grocer and walked to the sidewalk.
The match as proved too much for the
goat. He was eelsed with an attack
of acute Indigestion and staggeded
about the sidewalk, and finally fell
heavily agalast a firs plug. There
was an exploeion and that was ths
last of Bill.
AUTO THIEF GETS
AWAY IN A CHASE
Kicrnjro race witnessed in
buffalo, n. y.
Thief Hghfe Captor Whs Held _
For FeMoe After a Fast RiAs
' Through Streets.
Buffalo, N. Y., Nov. 21.—Follow-
ing a two-mile chase In another ma-
chine, Norman E. Oliver, manager of
the Dlaibond Rubber Company, who
lives at 14 Melton Manor, Chapln
Parway and Potomac avenue, last
night with assistance of his chauf-
feur overtook and captured a young
gh who had stolen Che former's
le. Realizing that he was
d with the possibility of dr
n aentenoe, the thief fought
sr and his chauffeur and
ued, but while Mr. Qllvar.
^ lng 'his prisoner until a po-
lepmauUould be summoned the thief
fought off his captor and succeeded
la making good his escape. The po-
lice have an excellent description of
the thief and his arrest is expected
within a short time.
Mr. Oliver left his machine stand-
ing at Main and Qoodell streets last
nigiht, and when he returned at 10
o'clock It had dleapepared. The wheel
imprints on the pavement indicated
that tire .thief had disappeared over
Bwards *rtct. Mr. Oliver hastened
his io|0c4. At Mala and Tupper
eets and reported the theft to the
Ice of the Pearl street station, and
his electric run-
k, ;<-v., i
drove up with
var noticed tha
Main street. He
touring car sped
ptreet and whirled
that t borough-
ently realised tlhat
and he took &
aa endeavpr to
The tourtn'g car
the lighter ma-
1 j»f the electric
> enable Mr. Oil
follow the thief
Jtrvlitg Place, Allen, Wads-
worth to the Circle and Porter ave-
nue, where the thief, evidently le-
ttering tbeut he had succeeded In
avoiding his pursuers, brought the
machine to a stop In front of 500
Porter aee^.^ The aa^en* appear*
ance elpctrl# dasfcrieed the
driver of IpW'tOtning car, and he insdd'
af atteript jp dive from He cmrK bat
Mr. Olivbr "grafcbM htm by the heels
and the thief's hdad baqged agalns«
the side of the oar^
The right powder
at the right price
Ob* cent an ounce — 29 ounces lor 2d cents is the rigkt
price to pay for baking powder. It's the price
sells for. Do not pay more; it's a waste of money.
K C string powder is pure, wholesome and ef-
fective in action. Results are sore and certain.
A trial will not only convince, bnt make yot*
a firm, fast friend. Yon really onght to know
for yourself what a wonderful baking help K Q
Baking Powder is.
Send for the K G Cook's Book
The K C Cook's Book, containing 90 tested,
made recipes, sent free upon receipt of the colored
tificate packed in the 25-cent can. Send it today.
Jaquea Mfg. Ce., Chicago
Receives money for deposit, issues time certificates of deposit,
sells exchange, issues letters of credit, loans money on real es-
tate, personal and chattel mortgage security, together with safe-
.ty ted accuracy for all business entrusted to it.
Farmers State Bank
A STIFF BATTLE,
man waigbsd about
pounds although it ,was a case, of ti
GRIM VIGAGED WAR
(Coatinned from Page 1.)
to one he put up a Stiff battle before
he was laaded on Hals back.' The two
were not etfual to the task of putting
tht thief In the machine and taking
him to a police atatlon, so Mr. Oil
ver'S driver was ordered to notify
the pol'-(;e of the Niagara Street Sta-
tion, wldls he sat on his prisoner.
Mr. Oliver was grestly fatigued
by the flgtt he bad with the thief,
and when lie latter again showed
battle he esslly gained the upper
hand on his lighter opponent and
dlaappearad dewa Porter avenue. In
the fracas Mr. Oliver had one finger
badly cbewed, and waa obliged to
aeek a doctor.
The nan Is described aa being
about 20 years old, and about five
feet, elglht lnchea tall. Mr*. Oliver
said that he thinks he will be able
to identify him.
1. We have a good farm west of Temple, in Tennessee Val-
ley, about 80 acres. Good improvements, raises anything and
is one of the best paying pieces of land anywhere, pays 10 per
cent on investment. Will sell this on good terms or trade it fot
rent property in Temple. $4000.
•' 2. We have two splendd 5-room houses on North Side,
within two blocks of public square,- always rented and bring in
about $40 per month. Good repair. Will sell separately oa easy
terms, or will sell together at a bargain, o rwill trade for a farm.
3. Splendid 6-room house, southeast corner lot, fine shade
and outbuildings, concrete walks, house newly remodeled and
in fine repair. This place is on South Main street and is well
worth the money. Owner has good reason for selling. $3000.
, , 4. Good 4-room house, hall, barn, nice yung trees, good
house and near car line on South Side. $100 dwn and balance
at $15 per month. $1250.
5, -Good 5-room house, new, east front, corner lot 75x110,
in beat part oi North Side, Can be had for a short time on good
. terms for $2750. ,
5. Brand new 5-roootn house, shade trees, bungalow atyle,
modern, in best part of liorth Side. $2800.
7. Within a few blocks of new Santa Fe yards, new 5-room
house, east front, new concrete walks, lot 150x110. This is a
good value and can be had with small amount down. $2500.
s We have several places listed that owners will trade for
good vendors' lien notes, or use them as first payments.
B0THH PHONES. #
. REUBEN O. CULP
ln*ur»noe and Rma! Emtmtm
»d to Vote aa to
of -infantry was rushed to Orizaba,
stata of Vera Crus, early today, in re-
sponse to ah urgent appeal from tha
authorltlea for protection from rebal-
lloua working men.
Troops to Bel lio.
San Antonio, Tel., Nov. tl j
troop of cavalry left Ftsrt Sam Hi
toa tonight for Del Rio.
A second troop of cavalry waa ea-
trained at Fart Sam Houston tonight
and will move to Eagle Paa
' BMtaf I
Laredo, Tex., Nov. 11.—Reports
reach the city that rioting waa re-
newed at Puebla, Mexico, today aad
that thirty ware killed.
each one will be entitled
who will be the winner of tha turkey.
Mr. Burgees will be aecretary of the
meeting and win gather up the place
cards. Tha flva-mlnuta bell wHl be in-
stalled, aa usual.
If you wish a ticket, aee some mem-
ber of the reception committee tomor-
row, or ring up the Templa Book Con-
cern, tha banks or drug atoraa
Everyone is revested to remain ^t
the banquet until tha closing hour, at
ft creates great confusion and Is dis-
concerting to the speakers to have
membera leaving before then.
The pipes of peaoe win be furnished
by the Farmers' Stata hank, and they
Will bo extra nice.
Mr. George Williams will see that a
proper flashlight picture Is taken of
oiling harness? The old way was all right, but very
little oil got into the loops of the harness. Half the oil
was left on the ground and one-half was distributed on the
harness and your clothes after you had spent a whole day
at a very disagreeable job. The oil is worth at least 75c
and one day's wages $2.50, or $3.25 for a job that will not
cOst you to exceed $1.50 if we do your work. You have no
grease to track through the house.
WE WANT YOUR WORK.
. A TEA MUSICALS. I
Kit. X. I. White aad In. Henry
Heapel with other young matrons
assisting in the entertaining, will
five aa "At Hflae" to their friends
Wednesday, »ov. 88, at the resi-
dence of Xrs. White, Fifth street aad
French aveaae. The entertainment
is to be for the benefit of the Mis-
Society of the First Methodist
hi addition to ether attrao-
candy aad cake.
THESE SHARKS CAUGHT
, BIG BUNCH OF SUCKERS
*Nsm Tark, Nov. J1.—-Federal offi-
cials late today raided the officea
Ban Antonio, Tex., Nov. il.—six
hundred delegatca are In the city to
occupied by Burr Brothers, a corporar^atteBd the Trahs-MlBRlaslpp) Com-
tlon dealing in stocks and securities.
Tha raid was mads oa a warrant
charging use of tbe malls to defraud
investors. Postofflce officials say the
concern sold to Inventors at par value
between forty and fifty million dol-
lars worih of stocks In various com-
panies, 4>oet of which had gone out
of existence or become bankrupt. Of-
ficers arrested Sheldon Burr, presi-
dent; Fra|U Hobey, vice president,
and Bag^e Burr, secretory and
merclal Congress whlObi will open to-
Mayor Callahan welcomed the dele-
gate* on behalf of the city, and Gov-
ernor Campbell on behalf of the state.
Tonight a banquet was given by
the San Antonio Chamber of Com-
merce at the Gunter hotel. The prin-
cipal event tomorrow will be the an-
nual address of President Ika W.
Temple, Texas. This certifies that
v*e pave sold Hairs Texaa Wonder tm
the cure of all kidney, and
rheumatic troubles for ten yeara and
have never had a complaint. It gives
quick and pennanent relief. Sixty
days' treatment oae bottle. J. C.
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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/m1/2/: accessed September 25, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Library Consortium.