Abilene Semi Weekly Farm Reporter, December 6, 1910

Abilene Semi Weekly Farm Reporter

December 06, 1910

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Abilene Semi Weekly Farm Reporter (Newspaper) - December 6, 1910, Abilene, Texas ABILENE semi weekly farm reporter uilvmi xxx    ~     ...... "    ----«—   --- 40 INJURED IN ;!r *• t 6®AXD LODGE MEETS ^MORROW f FIRST SECTION OF PASSENGER TRAIN HITS SECOND SECTION AT JUNCTION. ORDERS MIXED SOMEWHERE Delegates Off For Waco to Attend Masonic Grand Lodge Which -Meets at that Place From Monday’s Daily: J. JO. Harrison and J. H. Moody of Guion, and E. W. Pollock anti J. C. Butleson of Moro, left ldst night as;j delegates to the Masonic Grand Lodge, which meets in Waco tomorrow. They ( ame in on the Abilene & Southern and attended the services at the new Baptist church Sunday night. ABILENE TEXAS, TUESDAY, DECEMBER <{, lino. HO TREATS 'TERRIFICStHeT SWEEPS THE SHIE TEMPERATURE FALLS 20 DEGREES DURING SUNDAY NIGHT AND ^ NUMBER HH. ‘RESIDENT MISSION DIAZ NAMES COM* TO VISIT REVO. LUTIO NA IM LEADERS. inaugural ball planned Imitations Vre Prepared For 7500 Out-of-I'Aw ii Guests and 1000 Im I-Unions Dill go to Austin IS STILL FALLING Engineer Shifts Blame from Own Shoulders; Locomotive and a Roar Coach Telescoped; Doctors Called In. Card of Thanks To our neighbors and friends who sacrificed time and comfort to care for my dear wife and our dear mother during her last sickness and death, we do feel truly grateful to each and every one, and pray God’s richest blessings to rest upon them. To those who contributed to the floral offering we also feel grateful. Jas. A. Smith and Children. SOLDIERS HE STILL JtGTIVE SNOW STORM III Mumm SESSIONS SHORT Peace Move Caules no Halt Iii Warlike Preparations—Hauger Causes t Attack on Pedernales—Situation Continues Critical. OHMIC VERSION OF ll DESPEROTE FU By Associated Press. LONDON, Dec. 5.— Forty persons were seriously Injured anil probably thirteen of that number fatally in a collision on the london & Northwestern railway at Willonsden Junction today. The accident occurred when the second section of a passenger train from Watford plunged into the first section, which was standing at the junction. The engineer, in a statement made after the mishap, says he was running under orders and had instructions to take the main track into the june lion. The locomotive of the second sec-    NEW VORK, Dec. 3.—How Captain tion and rear roach of the first BGC-1 ^ illard of the four-masted American tion were literally smashed to pieces. J Cooner John Towny and his crew of Both the engineer and fireman jump-1 nine fought for hours waist deep in ed for safety an instant before the col- j muriatic acid and water, with ten lision and escaped with slight inju- * Imge piles weighing 4,OOO pounds, let ries. Story of Captain and ( row Who Fought Waist Deep iii Muriatic And Water Every physician in a radius'of twen ty miles volunteered his service to the injured. An hour after the accident loose between decks in a West India hurricane, is tol^in a letter written by Frederick Dean, a New York dramatic and musical critic, which will happened all of the victims were alive. | be published here tomorrow.   _I    The Towny left New York October i ll, and for some days she had been giv jen up for lost. Mr. Dean was the cap- DUE TO OCTOPUS. CH IHI AHU A, Mex., Dec. 5—A special train bearing a peace commission it four members appointed by president Diaz left here tonight with a flag of truce flying from the engine. The commissioners go to discuss with the revolution army leaders ways and means of bringing the present distur-tanees to an end. The letter from the president was received today, naming the following as commissioners:    Judge Jose M. Genders, Dr, 'Garcia Cardenas lind Senores Amador and Santiago Gon-sales. All are prominent citizens of this city. The news of the appointment of a commission occasioned considerable surprise, as it is said to be the first time in 30 years that the gov-ennnent^’hag sought thus to treat with insurrectoB. The commissioners, among other things, will endeavor to ascertain just what grievances afflict the revolutionists. Terms of peace will be discussed and a report made to the national capital. The insurrectog will be given to understand that if they persist in hearing arms against the government they will be given a lesson Mercury Goes Down 30 Degrees And Drouth of Four Mouths Is Bro-ken—Dater Famine iii Tex-as Likely be Relieved AUSTIN, Dec. 3.—The citizens of Austin are planning to give O. B. Colquitt a brilliant inaugural ball when « he takes the oath of office January 17 *i-\ (.rn„ , 1911. Invitations have been prepared    ^ tor 750C out-of-town guests, while 1000 invitations will go to Austin Citizens. As usual the ball will be held in the I    __ State (apitol. the senate chamber be- > big used as a reception room and the TIFT ‘JUITUUfll f]C    MrOPIPr ball of the house of representatives    •wllIIIIULUu    Iii L DunuL for a dance hall. It is customary for I IND REPRESENTATIVE^ ASSEMBLE FOR FORM AL OPENING TO MOR BOO Bio incoming executive to lead the bali with the wife of his predecessor, while the retiring governor holds second place with tho wife of the incoming executive. The committees for the inaugural ball have been completed and all are citizens of Austin and state officials. FORERD. SERVICES OF 000(11! BROWN SLIM Special to The Reporter. PORT WORTH, Dqe, 5.—Report* received here today from all over the Panhandle and North and Central Tex-*8, say a terrific norther is blowing a. companied by much dust. The temperature fell from IO to 20 degrees during Sunday night. Blinding clouds of dust have swept this city all day. Snowing in Oklahoma FN ID, Okla., Dec. 5.—The mercury fell 30 degrees here last night'. Today it is snowing throughout this section of Oklahoma, and because of the fact that the wind is blowing from the I Funeral services of Robert Brown "r,".!.1.’, " Is Hk,'ly tl,at:*fb‘‘ s,low will j the eight year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Annual Co iii nnm lea tin it to Congress Dill Be Delivered Tuesday—The Democrats Dill Control lite Lower House Eight Year Old Son of Mr. mid Mrs D. I. Brown* D ho Hied Snturdm Night, Laid to Rest extend into the southern part of the state and into Texas. The snow breaks a drouth of four months here, and will probably mean relief from the water famine in north Texas. affected district. He anticipates se- W. (’. Brown, who died In the Abilene Hospital Saturday night after an operation, was held at two o’clock Sunday afternoon from the family residence, Third Avenue and Dale street. Valley View. The Rev. Mr. Woodward vote fighting of a guerrilla nature ln|CS V''    ”    *    ebM"’h*    ro"' the mountains. Native Oil Producers iii Japan Have J tain’s guest and the letter written ' Closed Down—Low Prices    t0 his family, now gives for the first    ithat w111 leave the 8tate of Chihuahua by Standard.    |time an eye-witnesses' account of the !in 1>eace for many years. terror that Captain Willard outfought LONDON, Oec. 3.—According to and outsailed. In part it follows: news received by    telegram in London    “Tuesday,    October 25.—All day the from a trustworthy source, the native    clouds have    been disquieting. T oil producers in Japan have been ob- f°ok on strange, fantastic shapes, liged to close down in consequence of j When I came on deck the next morn- the fact that the Standard Oil Com-j‘n£ the sea was beastly. The wind'inspected and the work of gathering. pally has reduced    its prices for oil to    blpw twenty    knots in the morning and (supplies    for    a campaign    proceeds    daily j a very low level.    The message adds j    the next day    gradually worked its way j Water    must    be    carried    over    much    of The departure of the commission had no effect on military preparations. Soldiers are Active. While waiting for reinforcements the local troops have been thoroughly that the Japanese government has decided to increase the tariff on oil iii order to protect the native producers up to its full fury of ninety knots ani th** route. Scouts are in the hills bonr-    'daily. Occasionally they catch sight IWVI , ______  „------ 0n    Thursday    the    captain    decided    *    of small scouting parties of the enemy, though no official confirmation of thlsl^he cargo would have to go. The for-jbut there has been no fighting since statement has yet been received here, "aid deck was filled with 250 carboys j Tuesday at Pedernales. The Standard Oil    company first    en-    jof muriatic    acid weighing 250    pounds    Forty of the government troops who tered the Japanese    field in 1900 by    ac-    j ai’h'ce and    forty piles for wharf at    I were in that fight quiring leases and    building a refinery    j San Juan.    It took four men    to lift    (are reported as ne at Naoyetsu.    j ”ach carbo-v* The casings    around    circuitous route to tos. T wo troops of the from the direc bulse alarms oi righting within easy riding distance of here have been frequent, creating among foreigners a feeling of pleasurable excitement rather than alarm. The foreigners would not he unduly frightened even if the city itself were taken. The revolutionists have given too many assurances of their friendliness for tha. Fusil} Frightened. An example occurred today, a factory superintendent on the outskirts of the town telephoned that he had seen 40 insureetos moving around a distant hill. Two shots, possibly signals, he said, had been heard, and a W ARMINGTON, Dec. 5- Congress reassembled at noon today in a session of more than usual interest and Importance. because of tin* fact that in three months tho present session will expire by limitation, and control of the I louse w ill go over the Democratic party, for the first time in twenty years. Initial Hesston Brief Ii is understood that today's session of both the Senate aud the House will l>c brief. The only business transact'd will be the formal calling to order. Invocation, resolutions regarding the re-oonvening of Joint committees and adjournment as a tribute to the dead members. President** Message Tomorrow President Taft’s annual message to Congress, and the first, batch of nom-nations will be withhold until tomorrow Hardly more than half the members visited the halls of Congress this morning. Among the visitors were Joseph r, cannon, Speaker of the t ampa nj Organises in Fort D art Ii. Officers for the new fHOO,OOO Coiu- detachment of soldiers were osTheir lmonwea,th Bonding and Casualty Com I were on their (lmny were elected Tuesday, following service. Pall hearers were. J. V Howerton, John L. Burns, John K Oliver and Kd. Dickerson. Mr. and Mrs. Brown desire to ex-    _ tend thanks to their many friends who! '• and Champ Clark of Missouri, were so thongtful of them during Rob-1 W,U) aBp,TTB t0 emceed the illinois ert’s illness and after his death, and I m* ml>< r‘ ( annon was jovial as ever, particularly to the Messenger Cadets 8*1*^118 kmndi friends and sraok-of HU Paul church.    lnjf a ,on*    Clark    visited his of-    ...... I    flee, straigbened up his papers and COMPANY ELE UTH OFFICERS    hold several    consultations with his _friends. Commonwealth Bonding and lazuli)1 M"rk    W,,h    ihe€n* way out to meet the enemy    i„    «    .    -    —* *‘,W“ fhe. hn* boar.' »*•« -«!»? people waited to complete the meal I Jan ] before starting for the scene. Auto-1    .    I    J    .    ... begin i "bist at the coral Action of prayers in the IIon.se today, Representative Champ Clark of Missouri entered the chamber and the Democratic side burst into prolonged cheering, hailing him as next Speaker, Clark acknowledged the ovation merely by bowing, and Mr. Speaker Cannon rapped operation ifor or(jor In reply to this attack, one of the    them Wf,re of the flimsiest    and the two large native concerns, the Hoden    Klass bottles none too thick,    Conse- company, proceeded to strengthern its j Quently they broke against the side position by absorbing over a hundred J    and tbe acId burned the mens hands    ____ ________, ______ other companies, while its native ri-    a,l< v'°uld have burned the    deck ifjnow held by 65 regulars, were repor Sonora, marching overhand in * ", rection of Guerrero, which J"1*1'? “.T ^ Kit- sume cavalcade money in Texas and w val, the Nippon, held aloof, but kept pace by assiduously Increasing its production. Finally the latter acquir. the water had not been kept: deep. I ted at Batopilas today The letter here continues with a de- hav They still makes the trip, hoping with their own *tan stream of ..ye. to rapture the Ina,.putable fact counter the revolutionists before they ________ ________ _________ . scription of how the men weakened ed the entire property of the Interna- from their labors, and the captain.,    ___    ___ tional Oil company, which represent- j f‘nt down into the hold to help them Teach their destination, ed the Standard in Japan, and in 1907, wltb tbf> Piles. Each pile weigh- j Heavy patrols march nightly through it appeared as if peace had been re-1    40    pounds    and    they    got all but i the streets here. This is largely a stored. It would seem, however, that: jen of tbeui overboard. The ten broke j precaution against an uprising of revile Standard has by no means retired: ,OOSf‘ aud the captain, who was stan- ojutionary sympathizers, within the from the scene, and keen competition ; ”111!? on the top of one of them (the city. There is no doubt that  ..Ir.n letter continued! “fell off nnri nnHur. •ch.,ni l in.„......n . have about IO «ays' marching ahead    ‘UI‘SB    ?'    r"mor whl‘'1' fora“ Panlea by Texas people" of them, providing they do not eh- '?u\.®°“lp of t,le streets anii *    Th.,    ,'mumo,‘wealth WIND HAS ASSUMED 36 unchcon guests,,, , stockman, Lubbock, Texas; ’arter cashier Fire State Hank ust Company, Silverton; 8. IL president State Bank, Aller* Ii. Walland, physician and capitalist,    Plainview, Texas;    W.    I* Boerner. stockman, Floydada, Texas; Frank I). Boyd, Fort Worth; in K. Baughn, President state Bauk, Olton; J. VV Covey, druggist, Fort Worth; VV. I). Davis, mayor. Fort Worth; T. institution of    its kind in Texas,    there    i )1'    lawyer, Tahoka, Texaa; being one at    Waco.    A general’    bond*    U    i    ,jeathorw°od. Crosbyton;    J.    U ing business    wffl Im*    conducted    The    ,    ”8(MI*    < ttttleniai|, Olney, company will be affiliated with thy' W’ (m,rh- l*eurnn© Bankers Trust Company. ill stop th** con-money that is poured of Idg Eastern com- MILE AN HOUR VELOCiniJXuTT J. ii arose again. Negotiations took place ”1'' ' cont,nucd) “fell off and under-{should the insurrectionists now in the I a few weeks ago between the Ameri-j n,';U “ ulld before he could be gotten [mountains succeed in gaining the city, eau and native interests, but no agree-;”ut thoa,> ten monsters had rolled over they would find many ready to join j H,,t Govern meat Forecast for Tonight ment could be secured.    I , nce ,n0rfl he trle(1 t0 up them.    j    is    Clear    and    Colder Weather; It appears to be the aim of tho Stan-1 a,1( ”n<:e m”re fb^F r°Hpd him against. Ceder nile* Eight Confirmed    'sand    Blows    Disagreeably.    j    Farmers    Stat* dard Oil company to secure control of | he deok ™d agjfTn and again when he 1 , had been rolled five times aerose 37 Texaa; Fort Worth; Carmichael,    insurance, Fort Worth; It. t Stuart,    president Bank— president of tim Seharbauer    t’itti« I‘ ri*    ,TruBt Co|“PW»r,    Fort Worth; IL Company, president;    t oke VV.    Hark-1    SanlM,rn* capitalist, Amarillo; W. rider, vice president    of th* Bankers w    SlU,' <!l,M!a,l*U    Comanche. Fort Trust Company, vice president; Ii. P |VVor,h *tar-Telegram. Branham, former president of the native industry, in which many I he defeat of a detachment of gov-j    ___ feet of deck    liniment troops at Pedermales    on I millions    sterling    of    Japanese    capital    ■    •    {Tuesday is admitted by those in    au- A    report    fia>tn tm*    local IT. H are    invested.    The    government    has    acjd    was louting in the water jthority here. The government is with- ,b' r    Bur. au station    forecasts (Out d* tails of the fight, however,    and;^,n(,    colder    weather for tonight reason for anxiety in view of the in-1and he had fill*‘d bis mouth with it. creasing adoption of oil as fuel in the    ‘    afic,a,1‘    reports    brought    in    by    passengers    from the ^    Bank,    Seymour,    vice [president Find treasurer; ll. M. Mills {secretary of tin* Bankers Trust Com* Wea-|,,anv' secretary; j.,.rry \fcFadden of clear Dumont, oWner of extensive lumber Thfs ,n,''r> 8,B> vb'c president; J. ii car- There is already a heavy duty Fortunately he kept his*th**    west I I RA VV#    JI    11 ^ I I    A CX |A A A    Mi V® f % %    ••    W./    mi    t    ^    —    —    —v    tiVX    I    ^ b J,    VCXX )    ti    A' 4 J on the importation of kerosene, which (” f ^as l)U,,ed out i,ls' as other to a great degree, falls under the statutory or general '    [ani<‘    teaJlnK down a sixth j According to the most rom iB apparently not bonn* out by the dis- ml( hao|, insurance, vt* *• iiresident; F, vary and contradict each agreeable wind and sand storm that I1' Uouch, insurance, vie** prtsldent; FWF II WEILHEBFOPO MOSES SI6.000 LOSS ibas raged over Abilene since the wee IW- B *M««fhter, president of th** Fir st tithe and bv main    „    .    ,. ! **vv'',l“u*    most    consistent    in-    *s,na'    hours.    National Bank Af Dalhart, vie** pres-1 leva nut    1    forbaatR>n.    the    government    troops    who    Aldl*    ne    has    had    more    wind    and    sand    i(,<'n, und T Htuart, president of hours than the;,}lt' ,<ankers Trust Company, vie** pres* *    s,a<‘‘    Building    Buras. Building Worth    Cos. D'liL* Worth navy. on fall! tariff—a fact which leaves the govern-    f    .    . ment flree to raiee or reduce the duties j woul(J hayp ®    'a_™ 8 ay or ,liev I met defeat were that band of IGO who |in the past twelve as it pleas s. Nevertheless, the oiti-, «‘jt was ^ht 0*cl kP^ d    the Gain at San Andres nearly ‘by has enjoyed I?) in several months ,i(b nt-    I    Special to Th* Reporter' cial statistics show that in 1908 tbe, wh0n be wag ^ q J'    ^eeka    a«° wb«a th.* coaches were (Observer Green says th,* wind has as- Th“ director* are: W. B. Hartman.    WEATHER FOK d Dec 5 oil imported was twice as much M'but he stayed a‘nd finished putting over Iat    by revolutio,listB' They ss- sumed since morning a velocity of    State    National Hank, city; gratton Sulfas) that produced in Japan.    Uh*    loaf    mio    w.___u______|cai,ed at that time, and up to last j'birty-six miles an hour, which is r H Bwdeker, iiresident City Na I est i ma led moving west, gain- {blowing quite a hit. However, he re- tloDal li^k, Bowie. J I McDowell, thousand dollars in th* .mcthtnc h^»d |ing food and water in precarious fasb- «>Meot8 several occasions on which a,i’r',f4ld'>nt I<',rBt National Hank. Mig fbusiness section |i0n*    lforty mi,e «a,e ha« ,down*    ^prings; U T. laster, president First! Among the heavier* Wister minstrel Hunger Gasses Fight    There    ar.* points in Southern Tex- tional Bank. Canyon; W. Q. Slough. »*d were to the F«ni a most satisfactory Hunger, it is said, drove them rn as " Ba*d a well known Abilene citizen ttMr. president First National Hunk, King A Dyers’ b- would have been snapped. “It was eight o’clock anc w mat in Awa mo *    .    *■    i"u    weexi    ago wn»*n tne coaches v Mo,as much a8 „ut he    Li.^°    .?uenr.™;i“    i-—-'Th^ The^Stondard OIra chief r.va.    «h.l“    ».    earn,.    to    8.,n- export of oil to Japan is the Asiatic *    _ Petroleum company, which in the pre- J sent struggle has shown the direction ;    }»#    MCKINNEY    REAL    ESTATE of its sympathies by contracting with I    ^ AND    COLLECTING    AGENCY A con flamy caused a property loss at not legs than si*than the Hoden company to give it supplies j Will give all collections and renewals Tomales, where of Sumatra crude oil, on which there is a very law duty, so that it may at all e'(Mats ke n) its refinery going, even though It is compelled to close down Bank. its wells. insurrectos were * today, fut my personal attention, and will ap-, known to be. The revolutionists by a Jwbi< b predate anything given to me in this l°^f? range fire drew them close to the line. ■Will you pardon me for my suggesting that now is the time to have sitting made for Holiday photos? We can give your work careful attention, now.    Yours    truly, PARISH. Office over Citizens National jv*,,a8e. where the former attacke^in *    force, firing from roofs and windows. —--- |The two officers at their head were ATTENTION!    killed, and a number of soldiers, re- The Home Missionary Society of the POrf*d fnywher® frona nine to 20. Sev-St. Paul Methodist church, will have *N l,risoner» wer« captured and are ( a Bazaar on the 8th, next door to Ber- 8ai<1 t0 have folIowed tb« Uttn-Amert-1 trand’s meal market. In the Bazaar you will find fancy articles, dainty things to fill the Xmas Cm glass, fine China. Pottery, art «*«;. •uba.antl.i thing* to tide over lendarH, (rift books, picture8. Christ- _' ''e ho"se-wlfe. In fact, all Uilnas for calenda mas cards a,nd booklets at TlkF: BRADFIELD DRUG CO all people. Come and see, and che( r the can custom of joining the enemy. I the ( Governor Sanchez explained to the As. held sot lated Press correspondent today that, owing to the death of the officers, he was without reliat/le advices. He understood, he said, that about 5«; inner °f 8^*d*er8 bad made good their re- g,.nij \\- Has it * ver occurred to you how far a doz* n photos of yourself will go in i e member ins friends at Christmas. A well executed photo is a most ac- man with chili, coffee and sandwiches 1 at aad were endpavoring to return   __________*    to    Chihuahua. George A. Smith, of Houma. I a. I    Gov«-r    or Experts Figlitlnsr. who had been among the prospectors *' Meeting. iug at loose earth Dalhart ; M. M. Mill», Bauk* es Trust ! building was v— n bls eyes and Go rn pan y, Fort Worth; (’ \v. Hark-[dollars, and tf ILI KILLED they would call Iridf‘r* Hunkers Trust company, Fort and.    n    ’ hurricane and ‘Vortb; John Seharbauer, captalist [    ---hunting ee»* IPort Worth; Ben P. AU,.,,. IrcMurcr    Fad .    Whl.'1'    d [Bankers Trust company, Fort Worth;    The    Bib *"««« fording    to statlsUc. : William Capps, attorney-at-law, Fort j7^1^03    'y    h8tAit<‘H    collected by [Worth; W. T. Tun still, Big Springs; J.    ters. and,, !.    ir ' ‘',8    ^>nB‘d“rHbly D, Hjigler, Fort    Worth;    George    I.    written, ",    *    *    any PtOTkms that    the an-    Paxton. Abilene.    Texas;    Earl    \lor-|rted of,    ,    I T’ 18 * r‘M;ord- ckholder. of jrlgon, Colorado, Tola.; J T Maun    "aud” °** "f'    f 'aa v7. In I90S auk WHI barchan,. Brady, To,;,; c. p iorilS    wort "r    ""V"    '*?* I*' , bank    Iii Ald-|raptall.l, Ulckacy. Te,j,; o    I.    Kzra    i„ ,    t    of    lojurod thin snawui, Id Tuoai lay In I Young. o.pltnllP, Kau aa. CIO, Mo., th* nlp^,,'* y<'l*r »*"■ "nlF ■no belhK tlu- Henry Waiaon. man,,factor r . Port Th'forU,.^.    . ,    *****“ »■ [Worth; T. it Garret, tm rnhant. Mom- and ,!.£    ,?*    T.a    „ . President.    nhis. Te * a a * u' u    xt.i*..    ,    „u    ly    th'f    th,‘ d‘’»tb list thia j phis, T(*xas; \\ i Beaumont, Texa Gunther’s < undies at Dials. be considerably Increased reason of the fatal frmina-< asea of many of the is* P. H. McFaddin, jar* all wj|| H. A. Carter, c asb* The bv jier First-State Bank, Peacock, Texas; Psalm |n the ;K. A. rancher, president First State The aud bual.,., vtattor* la lh,. ,r„o, .hat .iXo^Tfkpld    & ceptable remen,branco. We make them J “? ZTMn    '4^'    >*-    *    Ha,',    ll,    ber.. V a."' H P^BraS u’Tn ZorsfasiTas    __ «-   -  —»xxx vyrxrr,be w,th twen- wfth Taylor county. •    way    ,n    an    a,tempt to pm,,,, tho die-' „ot eI;d , old drtnk. The Cryatal. rZn, 8^    'thil right. Re8p’t., PARISH. ;