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   Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter (Newspaper) - October 17, 1911, Abilene, Texas                                ABILENE SEMI WEEKLY REPORTED ABILENE TEXAS TCUSDAY OCTOBKB 17 MIL KtMBKK fflM IS ft STEP TO Iff M OF BIG Ml Contestants Striving to Pile up Big Reserve This Premiums Attracting Much Atten tion Over the Contest Time for Real Work OP JAMES McSAMAKA ON SEYKKA1 INDICTMENTS CDABGIKO KURDEB TO HM OF CHRISTIAN CII0KCU COSTBN TION WHICH CLOSED SVC CESSTDL VfETUO HKltK Judge Bordwoli Hag Hot Set Hmnded Down Decision la Boeard Man Otter Tales men are Waiting on it Which Closed Here Sun Night Was JTost Successful Both From Alot of Inter mi and Financial War NOW is the time for each and every have been looking for to get irtual whether a contestant or sufficient leeway to wia This should one who is interested iu a contes be guarded against by all means T to exert every effort to secure There are some of tho contestants 1 tions thereby rolling Lpsmim whose work does not show up In its will make the wintrue light and whose standings in tho a sure and positive reality Right paper is no indication of what they are Q1DJ5 a bUlO V t By Associated Press LOS ANGELES CALIF Oct 16 A continuation of the examination of talesmen iu the trial of James B Mc Namara indicted for numerous fatal es as a result of the explosion one UUv Ui evened up on the New York Giants to in attendance some fifty arriving Sun flay by wlDning the Becond gamo o th day morning to attend tha last dnys wordg series by a 3 to c Abel fin a onntoot lifitwoPn Knriv to M1w ality Right paper is no indication of wat ey are ncement today by wideawake really doing These are the ones whom ag to Judge Bord vuw is when wise wideawake really doing These are the ones whom ag to the eUgbutr contestants will get into their armor it will pay to watch and it is bareW to Mt as a juror conteBw oosBibie that a garrison finish may i nthor tleamen are lock The eleven other talesmen are lock court chamber ana after the big ones possible that a garrison finish may1 two weeks mean much to1 be recorded on the night of Oct 28 jeQ IQ au aujuimuB h contestants Of course what you This week should produce a regularitMrtyone yeniremen are awaiting the done 0 the past will still remain eleventhhour rally that may spell vie1 courtB rullng as a definite step for vrmr credit but the work that will tory to some one and defeat for others ward n the trlal this week in connection with Dont be one of the others but show j Attorney Scott selected to conclude I LIU a cc in v Intn A ricfr Inn1 this weeK IDCOnaecuuii wim v Attorney otu i winning of the special premium your mettle by getting into the thickest tte argumentB for n have much to do with selecting ot the fray and mixing things up with noUnCed that he the winners of the Grand Premiums alljrt them Thats the way to win This weekjvlll be aweek of hustle and IPIKV and not one moment should ha so The Christian Church Convention after a three days session closed here Sunday afternoon it having been aj great success in many ways There were ninetyone out of town delegates i t Second Worlds Series Game at Shibe Park Philadelphia Captured League Bak er Wins Game With Home Run Drive Marquard Batted From Box SHIBE PARK PHILADELPHIA Oct 16TThe Philadelphia Athletics evened up on the New York Giants to Eesslon After a contest between Knox City and Quanah the latter city won the next convention Yesterday mornings attendance on score Honors are now each club having won one game The Athletics batted Rube Marquara out of the box in the sixth Inning out of the box in the sixth inning the B ble school numbered 2 hundred dQWn and fifty and a continuous service wat an d Qn BakerB home run held from its convention through the morning session of the cenvention C Mason of Dallas superintendent otj Texas missions delivered a great dis course at this session and a large au the defense an would only speak jabout half an hour We regard sacrifice Marquard to Merkel scored on wild pitch Crandall warming up for the Giants Colllni beat out an infield hit Marquard wu visibly nervous Baker struck out Murphy filed out to Devors One run Second Inning Merkel out Barry to Davis Her zog doubled to center took third Fletchers sacrifice Collins to and scored on Meyers single to left Marquard struck out One run Davis out Doyle to Merkle Bam took first when Devore muffad hard fly ball dlence was present At the conclusion of tho morning ease They pay tomorrow Ion the delegates visitors and loc New Yorh lot them Thatsthe way to win jabout half an hour We regard the j a people attendance were a8Bembled Read the big advertisement on pagu j gettlng of a fair jury as the fundan the church iven that tells about the special mer1 mcntai feature of this trial Qroene of M wt f the wise ones chants prizes We consider these ex day and much I tra prizes the most liberal ones of Evcrmmute ve Mb night will be utilized by the con1 contest and they will be the LAST lunts in securing subscriptions and I Merchants prizes to given 1 calcuTaUona as to who is ahead Any lady should be proud to be the II be the this last owner of the beautiful furs that are u repeat that now IB presented by the Minter Dry Goods Scott Folks have read a great deal graph Qf group in newspapers and magazines about The feature of tb Greene of Merkel a large photo of the group The feature of the afternoon session in lit tut icaiujtp vi njo albduviu JJOyiB V this case but I think we fma waa a contest in the teachers training i Snoda 302 twelve men who can waive that infor1 k between threo ciasses one 4 0 matlon in lieu of evidence Asfaras frQm qty mg from Murrayrl Nelson Is concerened however he gtamford and the other from the local runs Third Inning Detore struck out for second time Doyle flew out to Lord Snodgran NEW YORK AB R H PO A B singled to right after having two Devore If 4 0 0 B 0 1 strikes called on him Murray went Doyle 00110 Tho box score me time to aad the contes Company to the contestant who turns evidence to change his views the time fiftortin the ffi0st New yearly subecrip1 that obviously disqualifies him has admitted that it would take strong evidence to change his views and tant who Is the one v ijnal count forththe most effort1 in the most New 0 Q a Q D O a a D a a o 0 a Q a a a a a o a o a o o o yearly win on tho1 tions to the Daily Reporter this week This liberal firm have exercised great care in selecting these furs and j a o o they are Dackins them ky their Cf D O O a D and experience insuch matters Every child should put forth an ex tra effort to win that gold watch that the SchorschChristian Company are w going to present to the elSld contestant 0 who gets the most New yearly subj yo 0scriptlons to the Daily Reporter next Saturday noon This watch is a j j3 liin dandy timepiece with a jj teen Jewel Elgin movement in a solid j n fourteen karat gold case Go arotind i n and look at their show window and f ss 3 u o SPECIAL OFFE15 The Minter Dry ftods Co of this city now has on display in their show window two sets of beautiful furs erne set a rich gray the other a handsome black bordered in gray The choice of these two sets1 of ele gant furs valued at each Q will be presented by the Minter a Dry Goods Co to the Reporter a Lady Contestant either inside O or outside of Abilene that O turns in the greatest number a of NEW YEARLY SOBSCRIP Q TIONS to the DAILY REPORT 0 ER between Monday October 16 asd Saturday noon Octob er 21 The Reporter will pre sent the winner of the furs with a coupoa good for 50000 Totes The lady contestant living in side or outsIdB of Abilene that turns in the second greatest Dumber of YEARLY SUBSCRIPTIONS to the DAI LY REPORTER between Mon day October 16 and Saturday uoon October 21 will be pre sented with a coupoa good for 35000 votes Childrens Premium The SchorschChristian Co have on display In their show window a beautiful solid gold watch valued at which will be presented by this well known jevclry firm to the Re porters Child Contestant liv inslde or outside of Abilene tlial turns in the greatest auni bnr of NEW YEARLY SUB SCRIPTIONS to the DAILY REPORTER between Monday October 16 and Saturday noon October 21 The pretty timepiece is size 0 the cse ia 14 caret solid gold artistically engraved the movement is an Elgin fifteen jewel Thij val uable special premium is alone worth a week of mighty effort A coupon good for 50000 vot es will be presented to the winner of the watch by the Re porter The winners of the above mentioned premiums and extra Irl8oner8 Being Carried to Jumped From Train At Elmdale see this excellent spire you to do great The time is limited railroad best now you will only regret it once i and thatwill be always Following is the vote standings of the different contestants as counted at aoon today Continued on page four Two young Mexicans prisoners e carried from El Paso by special AWene aor Herzog 3b3 Sunday school The Stamford class i won first place but in point of numi her this honor should have gone tol 2 the Knox City class it having twelve j nrandari p i Jin the contest j Pledges Good 30 Pledges for district work were star yesterday afternoon by District I Evangelist William Pearn While the pledges secured yesterday were only I the start the amount received was of thls coming from the Abilane school and much moreto come J rfX Mason f Dallas remained la the city and uresched at the church last Everyoja highly pleased with the work of the convention and the ention Sunday school and i out Plank to Davis No runs Lord fanned on a ball a footoot 00 Lord fanned on a ball a footoot 1 t side the plate Olflrlng lifted a fly d i which Oevore took care of 10 Hew out to Devore No runs io Fourth Inning 1 0 Merkle was thrown out Collins 2 0 Davis on a pretty pickup by 00 Herzog filed out to Barry Fletcho was thrown out Barry to Davis 1 5 24 73 Baker retired Doyle to MerMfc Marquard had steadied down and PHILADELPHIA ABRHPOAR pitching a splendid game Murphy Lord If4 I Oldring cf3 0 Collins 2b 3 1 Baker 3b Murphy rf 3 Davis Ib 3 Barry ss 3 Thomas c 3 Plank p 3 0 10 0 2 0 9 0 0 wntph It will in ueing caiiifu j AUJICUO uunveiiuuii ouuuuy auu i excellent I offlJer Williamson to the reformatory church officials are grateful to their j u to dogreat jat Qatesville escaped from the officer many Irienda ln the city who helped me is llmitea s iyi s j Elnldaie and fled back to Abilene m entertaining the visitors speed and if you doa t do jou j ThB offlcer was carry frnfffAtnes Totals28 3 4 27 10 0 First Innnlng gave Devore an euey chance on high fly Davis fouled out to No runfi Fifth Inning Meyers was thrown out Davis on an easy Chance fanned onfour pitched bails DflTOW struck out for the third time In tm ceiilon No runs Up to this time Flank had outs and Marquard two Bo ry bunted and was out Marquard Thomas was thrown onV this morning ing four prisoners in all one white boy one negro and two Mexicans Near Elmdale the two Meiicanc ob tained permissions to go into the toil et room Locking the door they went lout tie window dropping to the ground as the train neared the sta tion The officer went on into where he placed the other two in and with Sheriff Felix Rains of Calla han county came back to Abilend iSoou after arriving here they heard Proceedings Saturday there were threa sessions held at each of whichmuch of inter est was brought out New York at bat Devore struck Fletcher toMerkle out Doyle Hied out to Lord plank on 9trlke grass was hit by pitched hall Murruns ray lined out to Collins No runs Lord first man up for the Ath Doyle was out at fist Davia unae rnins session was devoted letics singled cleanly to right and eisted Snodgrans singled to left ana Y to a business session and j went to second on Murrays fumble m attempting to stretch It Into two report of William Pearn He took Oldrings beautifu bagger was thrown out Lord to district evangelist which proved Iggh ly favorable E O Sharpe was heard on the Importance of Reading the Paper and reports were re Irom various sections of tie district The address of Dave Chase Soon after arriving here they heard was an excel of the two boys and near the Haekleyl ong house caught sight of them but thej Thg afternoon session was devoted Sew Pastor of Central Presbyterian a boy about sixteen years ot j principally to c w B M work and Church OccnpIcS the Twice On Sunday O The Rev W E Harrison lately o Cambridge Ohio preacEed his first sermons in Abilene yesterday In the V Central Presbyterian church of whicp O he is to be pastor on six months trial age again made his escape The youn ger one was caught and placed charge of Jailer Whaley here j church From all reports it that1 a ot prof 1 T on problems Pyburn of Sey of the Country J C Morris Instantly Hilled Today by Texas Pacific Passenger Body Badly Mangled Saturday night john L Robertson auray ng the older boy left town over the AoH f Hagkelj preslded in the absence of I lene Southern this morning The report o the commitj p The report o the commitj J C Morris aged about sixtyfive on beautiful play Murray struck out j Lord drove a high fly to Snodgrait in right center and was out Oldrinc I flew out to Devore the latter back Ing up against tha temporary fence to take the ball Collins doubled to left Baker drobe the ball orer field fence for a home run scoring Collins and himself crowd simply went wild and it wM several minutes before they iriieted down Murphy ended the agony for New York by striking out Tvo Serextli Inning Merkle singled to center on the first e r was put off at Iberis Mr Hale of wall futuro worfc wag and years living southwest of Trent was place phoned the local officers that a aajpted I run down and instantly killed by Texas Mexican answering his descrlp bUo commlttee announcedUt I Pacific eastbound passenger No nnn ponrfll there and e Mr Harrison preached at both Rains and Williamson o com not vet ready to report The j one mile west of Trent The body was cl0sed with by O a o a o a a o o a Q Ct q o a a UGOJ n c a yivg tleft for Iberis in an auto At hv J C Mason of moraing and evening service and at O each there was a large officers but local authorities express O The new minister has apparently doubt but bojr would Tisitorg Attending a already won the esteem of his parision promlnent vtoltor atten O ers His Sunday nigh t on Among What Hast Thou in Thy Hand taKtn Cfrom the life ofMoses was a O ly thoughtful discourse The general D thought was that the average Individ O ual does not know his own capabilities 6 and abilities and therefore does not O utilize to the fullest extent his powers O The speaker illustrated bis point from O the field of politics showing where men have failed to measure up to their opportunities military industrial and religious affairs The lesson he pom KAMSET JURY SECCKED Selection of mangled It was picked up 4 taken to Trent andean in held by Justice of the Peace Cobb of Merkel statement by Englnce Season Statement by Engince Season Fletcller and was out No runs Train No 4 was run by engineer A vichth Inline B Deason His fireman was B J Len Jury Required Only About half of Case Probable Tonight Utghth Inilng Meyers lined out to Collins Cram ill went in to bat in place of Mar aud promptly grounded oat uufw J uyuiii ut Oliows t Collins las State Representative of the Chris We were ru7ming a mile west of Jnr the No tlan Courier E O Thorp of Dallas Trent on time and weremaking replaced Marquard in the State Secretary C W B M Miss Luia llma oH man waiijng along nnnM hsnntlfw cue 13 jjeason ma i Ing Sperintendeht of Missions J U der Conductor Bennett was in charge Mason of Dallas State Bible School j rf fte tran Engineer DeasonB ao oundod oat Superintendent Edward Owers of Dal of tragedy fonowB to Davis Devore struck out las State Representative of the Chris We were TmIiiDg a mlie west of f No Long distance communication wlthReed of Beaumont and exSenator Albany this afternoon at two oclock I p Goas of Seymour The follow brought the information that tho jurytowns were represented Seymour WeWere had been selected in the case of StellaQuanah Pauucah Benjamon old man walking along ij near the track sat down B to the en Benjamon Arisen Ramsey charged with assault with city Swetwater intent to kill which was transferred wstamfird and Goroe The Plank fanned on three lifted a foul which Merkle mul v jed and then fanned out Oldrina about sixtyfive or waa out at firet on a very hard Vr seveaty yards away at the time I let ilw Hrinlr No runs HaSKeil whistle and tried to stop in gtruck Wm intent to kill which was transrerreci w aim e coupons will not be announced out was that weshoum I tbat Abilene wncre the al1attendance was about forty but sevenbackjerking his head back against the until the close of the contest know our opportunities au occurred The selection tyflve more arrived Sunday October 28th O oooooaooaoaooo and faculties to meet opportunities and to do that which wo i know is right The Sin of Omission tbolr level best each minute of the timn omission This is one of tho greatest j knowing to of the jury required only about thirty minutes time Indications are that the case will be i concluded arguments ot attornevs I beard and placed In the haads of the Session Friday nlshts ses Ion the devotional exercises by Pastor Geo H Morrison a renort on Sunday coupler the right fell across the track on and the wheels passed his body 1 could do nothing to the tragedy Taylor hall pitched Herzog filed out to ring Fletcher filed out to Baker Mer kel was caught off first on a pretty play Plank to Davis No runs Davis drove a hot liner to Doyle and sat down Barry lined a terrific hit to Herzog which nearly lifted the New York third baseman off MB feet and WM out Thomae lifted a Jly by Herzog No runs Jillth iBBtlg Doyle fouled out to Thomas Snod grnss struck out Murray reUred side with a grounder to Collins whlcli the latter handled well No runs Final score Philadelphia S York 1 tni have and it will bo this world today ntinntioa to work that will bring do right and doing nrt hiin In a winner at the finish Some have let up a little in theif ntu this letup may pive tliclf npponentn tho very opportunity they lo rignt ann UOIUK After tho sermon Mr Held x levee among his ceoplc and was mnde to fed in an onmisuikRWu man ner that bo WKS lUtinclly at home itiorntnK Judge J W Thomas Anderson Bey Ingnret Campbell the young son of A Harry Tom King and J F Cunning1 ham both of Abilene are defending vlritoR whitti District Attorney rls la prosecuting Walter Moi noon In Cii1 tt i ers were laid for fifty Fdrvnl soldier They been close together must aide called Dr J M   

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