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Galveston Daily News (Newspaper) - July 17, 1906, Galveston, Texas 65TH 115. JULY 17, 1906-SIXTEEN PAGES ESTABLISHED 1842 ELECTRIC PARK BAND CONCERT DAILY V. M. CASINO THEATER Kvery nt 8i30 o'clock WEISK JULY 13. WOODS Aerial HASTINGS and Iflo and 20c. FCIT nt 30o After the performance the entire band ivill render popular music at the until 11 o'clock THREE SESSIONS a. m. to 12 m. 2 to B p. to 10iHO p. in. 23c. CITY PALM BOOTHS Kor families and children at Denver Famous O'Keefe Fish Chowder served every JOR GET IN THE SWIM Bath 3ur Twelfth Serni Annual Sale has caused the whittling of many a dollar off the prices of our high-grade Spring and Summer II Four prices represent every suit in our which includes blue and fancy two and three-piece for L Correct Clothes for Men and ROGERS Cotton Factors and Liberal advances marl a on cotton Correspondence SUMMARY OF NEWS Kansas is planning considerable change to Its train Six two hundred nnd sixteen In County sold for Its first hain of tho depository of tho funds of the Body of a boy named Henry Lynch of found beside tho railroad near Houston retains the headquarters of tho Car customs receipts at Laredo amount to for fiscal Little daughter of G. T. Rice killed by lightning near service hns been resumed on following the In attendance at tho tral Baptist encampment at Commercial Club of I. asks President to prevent forwarding of the of wheat in which a body was The President had somewhat of a at Sagamore Thaw hires hack tho yers her son fired last The arrives at (i nd IH to Guatemala and San Salvador for the mooting of the peace c n round with nf California In No decision Futures 11 to 17 points Now 4- to 17 points Now 8 to 11 points 1 to 2 points Spots Middling closing Orleans and Xew wheat closed New York stocks closed bonds righting at four points on Guatemala's nnd Son Salvador are In nn of the ry Is n roused against tho brt to list the A mutiny tn tht Tetor St. The La wan buried In Chilean to the nt nf i the raiding Hie of hten -in In OP THE MARBLE HE A REPORTS TO FROM LA A PEACE CONFERENCE WARSHIP OFFERED TO GUATEMALA AMD SALVADOR FOR PEACE CABRERA MAKES PROMISES Says He Mill Not If Salvado Will Call Off Her of July Navy De was informed this afternoon b cablegram from Commander Mulligan o the arrival of his the Marblehead at La Libertad from which por ho left last Friday night Before Commander Mulligan was Instructed tho Navy Department to report to th American Mr. at L which is the port nearest t San the capital of Ii the absence of Mr. who is de at awaiting next Fri can Secretary and Charge in Salvador will communicate with Commander Mul llgan and that officer will place his ship at the disposal of the American so that Mr. Brown will be In i position to carry out the Instruction which cabled him today Washington to proffer to the Govern ments of Salvador and Guatemala the use of this American warship as a place of of the peace commissioners Acting Secretary of State Adee has no attempted at this great distance from the scene of trouble to arrange all the do tails of the meeting of the peace com but will leave that task the American It Is stated tha neither Minister Merry nor Messrs Combs and Brown will act in the ty of a peace commissioner to they are charged simply as goot friends to both parties to endeavor to bring the hostile Nations Into friendly relations further loss of blood To that end they will Interest themselves In the selection of peace commissioners by the Governments to which they arc respectively credited and will probably conduct these to nnd go with thorn three-mile limit to sea and If called upon will advise thorn in a friendly This Is not time the dock of a United States man of war has boon tha of a pence tho ta thus employed six or eight years apro In about peace between Kica and me I'm tat played a similar part at Panama during a revolution there about ten years AKO nnd more recently Commander brought tho Monte ChristI In- and the Dominican Government agents together off Monte ChristI and cured peace on tho deck of tho It Is the will take on tho Salvador Commissioners nt I. nnd then proceed to the nearest port. Ban where the agents of that Government will board the which will then po to sea be- yond tho three-mile limit until the con- ferences are Tho Important development of tho aside from the offer of the assurance to tho State ment from President that mala would refrain from further If Salvador would undertake to do tho which news was promptly com- to Minister Merry at San in tliT t ho ml proposition to tho Government at that Another point developed was that vador and Honduras had entered into nn tho nature of which Is not but It Is believed by tho officials hero that tho is tn agrea upon tho terms of peace that shall bo proposed by tho two countries tn This news came to tho State De- from Charge Brown at mala Still another this one from Minister informed the Department that the Government of Honduras Insisted upon being considered along with Salvador In the peace with Altogether the prospect of the peaceful termination of the present difficulty la believed to brightened considerably during the SAGAMORE HILL nnd ot Arrange Pence Oyster July tions between Guatemala and Salvador ore being arranged by President and Acting Secretary of State Bacon at Sagamore Tho question not yet settled Is whether Honduras become a party to the negotiations at this It Is rumored here that it would hardly be fair to compel Guatemala to face former In a conference at one Honduras will probably agree to settlement arranged by the two States The It Is will doubtless be held on board iLe in Guatemalan The arbitrators on behalf of the United States and Mexico will be Mexican Minister to Central America and Messrs. Combs and United States Ministers to Guatemala nnd Salvador The nnd de- tail of the proceedings beyond thia havo not boon ARMIES AT nnd ing on Their Awaiting Pence Mexican Cable to City of July hy New Kern Id Com- from received e t lint a nr in 1st I en Tho two nro facing earn resting on their arms on the border n the mediation offered by the United tatra nnd A received claims Salvador has In every and gives tho In fighting to 70ft; 2.ROO. 1.100; The states that Lido lead I UK troops nd was a mile in of the main of firmy with fifty picked men It i First a FIGHTING IN Snn July is fighting Salvador and Honduras at four points of and Both sides arc with uncertain re- killed the horse under Five utes later ho was shot through tho arm and continued at the head of the men the whole band was annihilated by the terrific Tho Salvadoreans claim that their main army then engaged the drove tha Guatemalan army back and recovered They counted 600 dead Guatemalan soldiers on the A SUGGESTION THROWN Roosevelt Hasn't Put Himself Forward an Would July activity In the Central American dispute has been misunderstood in some according to the State ment It would be highly im- It Is for the President to offer his services as an arbitrator and he has not done He has merely gested to the warring Republics that he will exert his good offices to assist them In settling their By this of- fer he has in no sense put himself for- ward as the proposed arbitrator of the differences which are involving Central but as an advocate or tional peace ho has Indicated his sition to do all In his power to assist and Honduras to end a war wHIch Is resulting In much shed and threatening the National life of HONDURAS President 11 the try malan New July Associated Press has received the tele- gram from tho President of the Republic of July duras has not declared without Justification or has in- the territory of this the whole country has come to the MANUEL ALLIES FOR The of Salvador and Signed an Six Mo at 1m July 16. cording to an agreement signed at -ix months ago the Republics of Salvador and Honduras became allies for defensive July tho American who Is looking after the Interests of tho United Slates in Honduras and during the of Minister announcing the willingness of to disarm and submit Ita to Mr. the American Minister to advised the department today Is still negotiating with the authorities trying to get them to to disarm and meet Guatemalan THE COTTON CROP REPORT n The second report on the cotton crop of the of Texas aud Indian and Oklahoma Territories for the rent Individual reports of News at 542 which individual reports will be found on 0, 10 and 11 of this The reports were written on July 12. They show that the crop In Texas 12.0 per cent better than the crop of on the and Indian Territory per vent the condition in Oklahoma U the Hume as It n year The following tables the condition averages In more detail also repents the changes in acreage us In It should be borne In mind that these comparisons are with last year's crop and not with figures showing quantity of cotton are from the reports of the United States Census With Bales Ginned 1905. Texas 100.0 112.0 Indian 113.3 100.7 110.2 100.0 by 103.1 153.3 North 106.7 113.3 100.0 110.1 South 105.8 122.1 105.0 Middle 110.0 108.0 107.7 111.0 125. 8 04.9 Best Prospects Since 1900 So Sny Concerning Crop In Their and Iii up better other principally for the reason that In 1005 they presented the worst conditions at this the State a are more nearly uniform than they have been for some years The ports show favorable weather conditions over the fit ate 4 M M M M M M f 4 M H M and many of the report the 10OO. There are a few In where the drouth ban nut been In other there are that are Too much had lu In nnd Concho County lu Middle A very many of tbe report a sufficient full and apprehension lent should promoting the multiplication and the activity of boll nnd boll these peats have ed little damage uiton the Boll are reported bnt not the crop In tiro counties of four In North ten In Central eight In South one In Middle and twelve In Southwest a total of forty-six They are reported present and doing a little damage In thirteen In Eastern two In Central two In South Texas and two In a tal of They are reported doing much damage In only one o I In Eastern Thin a total of counties In which boll weevils are reported at Hull are reported present doing no material damage to the crop in six and as doing a In eight There are no of great damage from the thus In Archer and Fourd Counties in the northwestern tion of the the are reported to be lug In that section of the a I the crop suffered from heavy beating rains nnd cool The crop a rule Is well bnt uniformity In the matter of In Eastern It a little earlier than and In of South ft Throughout the remainder of the State It generally two to three Pinking In progress In the counties of the As a rule the condition of the crop In Indian Territory Is but In Home It im suffering from two much in prevail ex- cept In some of the where crop la very backward on account of heavy during spring and consequent deficiency In are re- ported In a very few localities In the wine there are no M SOME FEDERAL JUDGES DEEM IT A PRIVILEGE TO 8USPI3ND THE STATE KILLED BY One of Three Children In TO July struck nnd Instantly killed the little uf G. T. ami shocked another little daughter of Mr. Rico and a daughter of Mr. J. G. gomery near McDade yesterday evening 4 These children with some other children wore playing In cotton patch near Mr. Montgomery's louso when a bolt of lightning struck among them with In New SPECIAL TO New July following ans were registered nt New York G. J. Anderson and Dr. G. F. E. L. Hotel C. K. E. A. Sanger and San Miss J. J. A. A. and J. J. 1; M. Murray 1111, Mrs. A. L. Miss A. P. Has C. Grand W. Park T. W. K. El O. L. Miller and Mrs. L. A. Fort G. B. W. Mrs. H. B. D. T. Mrs. K. H. Mlsa M. lion H. P. K. C. 1'ark I. G. C. Streek Miss M. Hotel A. H. lisa E. TO Tni 111., July in C. ti. O. G. reat C. W. C. Fort G. G. San C. J. A. El H- D. Miss T. E. nnd July nnd showers In north nnd east portly llcht to HIS TITLE IS CLEAR SAYS CAN HE HAS NOT SERVED THE BELL Tie Lamely nc Present Stoff tn July by three candidates for a for the United Senate and about pounds of barbecued people to to Bather about 10 and with much and fortitude they remained until after B o'clock to a hearing to all who had aught to say why ho rather than the other man should have tho coveted It was the biggest crowd Marlin has ever had for an occasion of this so it was said by men who had been here a long and when It was all the rnen of Marlin who had brought It about snid they wero satisfied and even They were not all Falls County every adjoining county was But while It was a big crowd it ed little It showed more in- terest In the barbecued meat than it did In the political Not that It did not for now and then It be- came but those tions were not frequent nor did they seem to bo Tho orators were Senator Mr. Judge Brooks and Judge Hon. Travis Dashiell here to speak for Mr. Mr. Campbell's nama was not on the program and Mr. Dashiell could not get a hearing until after all the Then most of the crowd had but Mr. made a vigorous speech in of Mr. Aside from tho dates for Governor and Senator Judge who Is a candidate to rl himself HP n of was the only other aspirant for State office Program Tho dny had been carefully apportioned as among the various It was n tended that Senator Bailey should speak from until 12, after which an hour and a half should be given to the multitude to partake of tho bountiful becoming engrossed In his Mr. of and apparently his auditors were for when Mr. Bailey concluded the crowd got up from the board benches to discover It wnn nearly 1 This threw the program It wan Intended that Judge Boll should speak at Mr. at nnd Judge Brooks at Hut the nnd tho the Indies nearly back from that wnre ladon with tho nort and gathered a kind of background for It. was 2 and the program had to bo It won decided only could bn allowed to ouch of the candidates for Governor with Mr. and on thf Judge Boll a man the on a man was Mr. An for ho loatt and no particular whether he exceeded the time limit or the that Mr. Bailey had spoken the which that time was hidden behind clouds that every minute threatened a downpour came and as It crept up back of the trees it drove the crowd Into a compact so that while In the morning Mr. had spoken to perhaps In the afternoon at no time had moro than Mr. Bailey got a cordial The moment ho appeared on the platform the multitude began to cheer for and when Judge a. R. who Introduced spoke of him ais the contribution of to thn roll of great men there was another burst of which denoted in the In beginning Mr. remarked he had boon six years in the service of the and that be ns presenting an occasion to render an account of he na uu ui has offered himself as a candidate I may assume that I have served you imd no 110- foun t IP T t her spenk to you not ot but of nailer drifted to a to sorno of his He spoke cf his teen yenrs in and declared timt no blemish could bo found on that long most malignant ho not point to a single speech I made or to a single vote I cast that was against the honor or tho Interest of tho people whom I and this is my challenge to my and I havo Tho truth I havo two kinds of Some of them nro good men who 0.1 u and lmu n who wait to be There aro few of this latter and fewer In than in many other and most of them happen to have come here from other where the people are not BO well fought as the people of Is an honor to represent them in any and an honor past ment to represent them In one of the highest stations In the world to their en- when I say I have represented them to their entire I merely state tho and do not trouble myself with the There are some men in this State who will never be reconciled to the I am one of their But they do not to have me for one of their Senators as much as I to have them for my con- A the Senator am willing to have them move to Oklahoma and Indian for present HU Title have never believed you could Im- prove Texas aad the only little you can Improve It Is to move out the men who are saying things about me that they havo to get forgiveness for by going down on their Put your finger on one put your finger on one that I have made or cnst that you cnn fairly criticise and I will I havo no to answer men who say I speak right and but I am not If I have served you faithfully It has been because I havo lived up to the sound and gentlemanly principles of the party to which I I do not say that I always been except for tho that I am always a ami keeps n man right ns in Uie ul the Savior n. man a I nm modest enough .to admit that I havo kept In the straight way simply I havo kept In tho Democratic Mr. then reviewed the history of tho rate Hn the ure that passed lo the that came from the House of Representatives with President's Indorsement nnd declared for nil Improvements thit had boon made in the Senate the country was Lo thy Uu snoke of the amendment ho offered to restrict Federal Judges in the making of Interlocutory decrees to suspend of tho and hi tion with ho passed some severe on of have some Federal Judges in this State who deem it n privilege to suspend our 1 will modify I will off the Wo havo no but we an upright nnd honorable man In tho of Judge nnd Judge ant as Rood a as a can But there Is ono over Bryant and Burns nnd Meek in the parson of who is pot PO lie Is tho man who held our commission law nnd persisted in It until tJiA Supreme Court him I won't say that he knew no T will nnf II tho Sup re in ft Court linn Mr. spoko of his the after ho the meat Inspection measure gross Imposition on the people In It taxed them to a as a certificate of of the Ho declared that it licensed a monopoly in that tho effect of it might be to Klvo a dous advantage to the big packers over the smaller ones and If he had had his ho he would have enacted that none of their products should bo In Interstate he would have resulted in the establishment of packing houses in every State and thus havo si von the men a competitive market for their When Judge Bell spoke in tho after- noon the crowd much smaller which had henrd Mr. But It received him although after one had witnessed lis reception of tho other speakers ho must have been lu eomo doubt ns to the leaning of the closely those which he has heretofore de- Given but forty-five ho could only refer to some of the larger of the Boll nnM ho had been prompted to run for ernor by the belief he could confer a benefit on people by correcting some defects In the discovered whilo lie was Attorney Ho then merely Alluded to some of tho questions about which ho eald there no difference among the If elected he would all in his power to have an en- As no ono was advocating tho submission of nn Amendment for State ho did not deem that a tion for fnr ns local option Is ho am earnestly in Ho then spoke of his service In the Senate in and declared law on that subject H omen tend Judge Bell ridiculed Mr. Campbell's proposition to exempt homesteads from is a he to whether wo shall amend our laws and see that all property be properly or whether wo shall adopt a new system and abandon tho system that has obtained all these years and under which our State has grown until It Is tha pride of all of I do not claim to be a radical but a conservative man to low in the path mudo by the illustrious men of our That there ought to bo some amendment our assessment lays is There is no vision by which credits can be properly I am in favor of mending our assessment so that we shall bo able to tax all the property in our State and when that Is done I am In not of rushing to the adoption of new but of following the rules that have come down to us from an older Judge Bell Illustrated somewhat con- what he thought would be the effect as Mr. Campbell advocated homesteads should be exempted from is he Is so manifestly unjust that many people cnn not believe that a proposition of this ever mads In good faith und in ex- of its being carried Bell concluded his speech by re- ferring to his In tho enactment of one of the State's ing the linos of previous speeches He concluded by remarking that People seemed to be under impression that an Attorney General could on his motion begin proceedings to enforce the criminal part of the ho n tho co-operation of tho District neys wna Mr. Colquitt followed Judge Bell Im- introduced In rather a florid speech by H. W. ns a mini who did things nnd ns ono won the mantle of the There a wild burnt of applause when Colquitt arose nnd frequently during tho time he he the crowd up lo the yelling for Mr. spoke with his accustomed bluntness ilic Mr. Colquitt began by ernor LanhAm for his as ho to Insisting the session of tho Legislature enact primary After having permitted tho to announce that ho favored Mr. Colquitt thought in failed to Insist on it. throw tho nf people's Mr. Colquilt and thoro loud ought lo given tho people tho to de- by uwn individual their choice for public instead of you walk up to the ballot box under of n primary nnd after- ward the matter controlled bv a of in re WAS a purpose In The object was to enable tho Interests nnd the trusts that trolled tho politic f to dictate tho succession In friend Judge ho on 1I1S MOTHER HIRKS HACK THE KIIS HARRY FIRED 14AST INSANITY PLEA AGAIN NEW DEAL IN COUNSEL SO TO WAS A REGULAR PANTOMIME Mrs. Thaw and Thaw Gave No ot New July lowing her interview with her K. in the Tombs Mrs. Thaw assumed full charge of tha defense and arranged to retain the ices as counsel the firm of Gruber who were dismissed by young Thaw a few days This action Is taken to mean that Harry desires and opinions regarding TVill Tin will bo placed on the plea of in- insistence of which by Mr. Olcott resulted In tho rupture between himself and his Whether an application will be made for the appointment of a commission on lunacy to mental condition will probably be determined at a conference to be held by Mrs. Thaw and tho sel The meeting between Mrs. Thaw and her son at the Tombs an affecting After tho first greeting they wero left alone together to converse tho bars of the cell for half an During the interview the prisoner's stood In silence in the corridor a few feet away from the coll door watting her turn to spenk with her No words were exchanged between Mrs. Thaw and her From the Mrs. Thaw was driven directly to tho office of where wero resume charge of the When a noto sent to Harry Thaw this afternoon whether he concurred In the now arrangement the reply returned Thaw has nothing to This Mrs. accompanied by her and her George L. went to the county at Long Mrs. Hurry K. Thaw arrived ut tha Tombs this morning in advance of Mrs. William but in she that the latter might have the first op- to seo the retired to the consulting room when she yet the An made by new Clifford W. to ar- range that Mrs. William Thaw meet Thaw In the consulting but is wus not Tho mother reached the prison In the meantime a larga crowd hnd gathered about the entrance to the When her cab stopped at the door the bystanders pressed so closely that the police had difficulty In a line through them to permit Mrs. Thaw to pass Into the Mrs. Thaw wus met at the door by tho prison who told in nn that It would be necessary for her to comply with the prison that all visitors must be Mrs. then retired to the room of the Tombs where the was com- plied The Josiah Thaw and Mrs. escorted her to the corridor in which Hurry That's cell U and then withdrew she had thanked Mrs. Thaw then made her way alone to cell No. 230 and ed her son for the first time since lie shot Stanford As Mrs. Thaw reached the cell of her it was seen that her law had left tho consulting and gone to the coll of her the young wife saw tho mother she slowly backed away from the cell to a spot some fifteen feet down the There was no sign of between Uie On the er's arrival at the cell the John saw that she was somewhat and opened tho door of cell for the purpose of getting out the stool from tho on which she might sit durins the interview with her The not the rules of the upon door for- to her In nn Instant her firms wore clasped n round the neck of her while he with bent head his to ed from tho eyes of both mother and There ensued a few broken only by tho mother's cry my Keeper Smith stood with back for n short nnd In- formed Mrs. that the prison rules Unwed visitors to to prisoners only with bars separating The mother out of while Smith shut and turnM tlic key onco on A small stool was then placed In front of tho coll and Mrs. Thaw took her sent on It nnd continued talking to her pon for half nn She than cd him the iron and was then down whom she by Josiah C. who had been wait tup for In tha consul ting I fir post Thaw on
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