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   Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter (Newspaper) - July 9, 1912, Abilene, Texas                                V ABILENE TEXAS TrESDAY ILLY 9 1912 AIIILKNE MAX BOTH DKMOC IHILICVN TOOK LOOKIX KVHC AMI UK CONVENTIONS AT Thinks Democrats miule a Hit When Knnioiis Cnmnrra Trial vii uri xin Amu Nuiulnalfd tVoodroir Wilson for Con veutloii Was Ureut DROYES SOLDIERS AND POLICE Ilk 1I IIJT If I ARE ItlSHEL TO ITALIAN TOWA The Scene of the Olympic Games Of 1912 at Stockholm Sweden Senator W J Bryan is back from Culver Ind where lie placed liis two sons Bernard and W 1 in the Culver Summer Naval School and ivlille up in that country took in lioth the Republican and the Democratic National conventions spending seven lays at ho latter convention and see ing I he whole show from beginning to end lie was the guest of the Texas delegation while in Baltimore and met Win Junkigs Bryan whom lie thinks added new laurels to his al ready brilliant record In his fight fur the people as against the privileged classes He says the Baltimore convention a whizzer there being 10000 lile in the convention hall and every one of them having something to make a noise with a flag or banner to wave when demonstration lime came He says Champ Clark would have nominated easily if lie had sided In with Bryan in the fight on Judge 1iirkcr for temporary chairman of he convention In speaking or the Republican con tiou he said he only got there at the tail end of it but the Roosevelt bolt ing delegates he talked with were ail anxious to see Wilson get the nomi nation in laltlmore so that they might vote for him next fall in the general election In speaking of Bernard and W J Jr the Senator sayii he left them in good hands in the Naval Summer School ut Culver Jud which caled on an island and where they are under close supervision and with 400 other boys are required to get up at 7 a in ami keop humping it until i at night As an exercise the students are ro ciuired to play ball row boats dance and engage ill other athletic exercis es too numerous to mention Bernard stood an excellent exami nation getting 92 and will be in he naval racing team later in the sum mer Bernard will probably enter Annap olis in the fall and W J Jr will likely return and loiter another term at Cooper Training school 10 IkHeachlag EndFriends of Ac CIISH Spend Day in Praying for Release Uy Associated Press VITEKBO Italy July 8 Bulletin Cuiiiorra trial verdict declares of tho Ciiinniorrists guilty of murder and lie remainder guilty belonging t a criminal assodaiioi Uy Associated Press VITEBO ITALY July ten sion thai is felt throughout Ihis citj is everywhere apparenl loday and i is feared by some that a violent dem onstralion is likely to occur Droves of soldiers and police began arriving at an early hour this morning for UK purpose of maintaining order shouli the verdict in the famous Camorro tri al bo relurned today It is believed that the end of the no torious trial will be reached by lo ilght Spend Day in Prayer Scores of the friends of the accused spent most of the day today in the lifferent churches of the city pray ng for a favorable verdict tonight XKtiliO MlST PAY IlNALTY llamlale Issues in Case of Jinn Who Killed Watchman at Sherman XOKHAL EXAMINATIONS Questions Failed lo Arrive and This Work is Delayed for lie Time A more disgusted set ofpeople could liavdly be found than the teachers at tending the summer normal or that Iait of them who were to take the first examination which was to begin i his morning The cause of the disgust was in the failure of the questions to arrive Dr Sandefer got busy and tele graphed the Educational Department and received a reply to the effect that I ho papers had been sent by mail it is expected they will reach liTe this afternoon so the examiua liins may begin in the morning XEttRO WAXTS TO KETIHE II Tired of the Fight fiame ind Hns All the Money lie Hill Ercr Seed CHICAGO July Jack tonight said that he would probably retire after he meets Al Pal r on Labor Day Johnson figures liit he has already more money than li will ever need He says he cleaned p about on the Flynn fight wlh the purse motion pictures exhi lnIiniis while training and expects to as much more out of the Palzer Khl With that he already has banlt I and more the champion be lieves he will be comfortable for life o is also interested in the opening of his cafe and restaurant in Una city et week Asked if he intended to to Australia or Europe Johnson 1lied Unless they get about as much money us there Is in the First Nation al hank they wont get me back in Australia rm tired of traveling tired f fighting and tired of the game I 10 settle down and enjoy life npent the day receiving dele Iiilions of colored admirers anil white Porting moni AUSTIN Tex July is sued in the Court of Criminal Ap peuls today In the case of Sailers Vinos the negro who was given the deflUu ppjialy iflGiiyson Ihe murder of Fred Mounger a coun ly peace officer on September 27 last The killing occurred in the Houato Texas Central roads yards a Sherman There had been complaint of thefts from freights in the yard and Mounger who was also a yar swilchman was notified that a man was in one of the cars at night Hi went in seanch and was shot by th negro from the door of the car Vines was captured the following da in the brush near the city He had broken jail in Dallas it was proved about two weeks prior to the killing The Appellate Court recently affir med sentence and overruled motion for rehearing The negro must pay the penalty unless the executive in tervenes No action has as yet been announ ced uy the governor on the petition for commutation of the death sen tence given John Henry the Austin negro who murdered his wife last summer Henry was sentenced to hang here on June 28 but the gov ernor while traveling respited the negro to July 12 There is a numer ously signed petition for commuta tion several Austin lawyers being among the signers It is expected the governor will decide on the peti tion which the pardon advisers have recommended favorably on his return to the State House early next week HOISE COMMITTEE IXAXIMOUSLY VOTES FOR IHPKACHMKST AGAINST Report Says Commerce Com Oftidal Suuclit to Isc 1iisillciii and Iu FJuenee for Financial Utiln nnil FrofK THE Olympic games of 1012 will take place Jnly 61S In the stadium at btockholm Sweden specially built tor the purpose The structure which cost about la of grayviolet Swedish brick and an dressed granite built to the form of a horseshoe magnet Only the arena Is open to the sky The style of the building Is Swedish of the early middle ages The two arms rest against a rocky slope and at each of the two points where the building joins the hill rises a square watch tower One Mix of the running track is 383 meters 125656 The prizes of the games are medals and diplomas and in some cases special challenge cups The national nags of the victors will be hoisted from flagstaffs In the middle of the uortliero arcade The photograph shows the procession around the arena by which the ormal opening of the stadium was celebrated For Farmers Institutes AUSTIN Tex July follow ing itineraries for farmers institutes lectures were announced today the Departmentof Agriculture For J W Neill director July 15 Sweetwater July 36 Jildland July 17 Stanton July 38 Stanton July 19 Colorado July 20 Abilene For Prof J Oscar Morgan of the Agricultural and Mechanical College July 15 Kaufman July 16 Ennis July 17 Corsicana July IS Waxah achie July 19 Hillsboro July 20 Clebnrne For B L Nance July 15i Coman che July 1C Dublin July 37 DeLeon i July IS Cisco July 1 Kastland Jnly 20 Staff For W J Duffel July In Seymour July Ifi Stamford July 17 Aspor mont July IS Spur July 1 Ilnmlin July 20 Abilene WILL XOT TO CHICAGO Wilson Decides Not lo Attend Xntlonal Democratic Com mllleo Heeling Abilene July 8th 1912 To the Farmers of Taylor county This is to eaii your attention to a call meeting of the Taylor county Far ners Institute for Saturday afternoon luly 13th at Abilene Every farmer if the county is urged to be present it the meeting It is expected that udge Ed Kone Com of Agriculture vill be present also Mr Quicksall Mr Ivans of the Agricultural College and ther speakers One of the matters of uportance to come up for considera on at this meeting is that of the tate Farmers Congress that meets at ie A M College the last of this nonth Representatives to this Con ress will be selected at this meeting t is expected that passes to this Con ress will be issued as last year to le representatives from this county This is an important meeting anO ill be held in the Chamber of Com erce Hall on Pine street over the nion Hardware store You are urged o be present We would be glad to have present so every boy and girl who has en red the contest for prizes in the cot n milo maize and kafflr corn crops re wish to have yon hear what some of these speakers have to say on this subject You are urged to be pre sent Do not fail in this F A PEEL County Demonstrator B E LOONEY Secy Chamber Commerce By Associated Press WASHINGTON July sThe House Judiciary Committee today mianim ioiisly presented thirteen articles of Impeachment against Judge Itabert W Archgnld on United States Commerce court This is the ninth impeachment of a judicial or civil official of the United States since the foundation of the Ue public The report says The conduct of this Judge has been exceedingly rep rehensible and is in market contrast with the high sense of judicial ethics and probity that generally characterize the federal judiciary The charges range from Archibalds business transactions with actual and possible litigants in his court down to his trip to Europe which has said to have been given him by Henry W Cannon a New York railroad magnate Favoritism to railroad litigants is so charged The report says that the per sistency with which Judge Archbald sought business favors from a railroad companies having 1 court indicates a to use his official ence for financial KEY 1 C UlHKETT TRU VOITHS OF ABILENE LIVE RIGHT ES TlIJi TO Laws of Saecess are Held In In Most liiegunt Discourse Which Will Dcmlillfss Help Many Boys At the First Baptist church Sunday night llev J C Burkett spoke lo young men using as a text Joshua This book of the law shall not OLYMPIC TE COXTEHT AT AM LOSES 0LY OKU I TODAYS STOCKHOLM K Meredith of Jlercershiirg Acad emy Wins One Hundred Metro Hun Setting New Mark of 1 Minute l Seconds pecial to The Reporter STOCKHOLM Sweden July landing broad jump in the Olympic Uames which arc now being held depart out of thy mouth but thou herewas won by C T Siolileias of bio lo go astray show me a boy Dont fail to less cook stove Tlemons at Ed S HughesCo C V lliktr is Sunday After noon Iiy 17 Year Old Daughter Antlers By Associated Press PARIS Tex July Baker ed seventeen years using a double barrelled shot gun blew off her fath ers head near Antlers Sunday after noon The father was C D Baker a well known cattleman in that sec tion The Daughter claims that the father was trying to kill her stepmother and herself The girl is now in jail awaiting examination Wednesday shall meditate therein day and night that thou mayesl observe to do accor ding to all that is written therein for then thou shall make thy way prosperous and then Ihou shall have good success Mr Burkettsaid In part It ought to be the inspiration of every lad growing into manhood to be useful It should actually be his aim to become a useful citizen We have never had when there was greater need for strong manly young men I wish to discuss my subject tonight under three divisions First In order that a boy or young man may he smccessful he must havs respect fcyffod and his word Show me a cares nothing for the will show you a boy who On the other who studici Ureece In a jump of 3 metres and 36 centimetres Plan Adams or New York won sec ond placo with a record only one cen timetre behind that of the Grecian Third place was won by Hen Adams also of New York The American team took all three places in Hie one hundred metre rue J E Meredith of Mcrcersburg Acad emy was the winner of this race Gel ting a new worlds record of onemin ute fiftyone and ninetenths seconds America allio won first and third in the high Jump Mermany taking sec ond lods word and 1 will show you a boy ho is in demand Every good law it wo have had has come to us thru Bible If I should go to every in this audience and ask him if he wants to succeed every one of them would aswer yes It ls right every boy should desire success A great judge In Philadelphia before whom 70U boys had been tried said that out otilie 700 only 10 percenf of them Irrangcments Being Made for Tomor row for Lurgcst Vuniral Erer Held In Mly y Associated Press SAN ANTONIO Tex July peclal election will lx ordered to se ect a successor to Mayor Bryan Cal aghan who died iast night Arrangements are being made for he largest funeral tomorrow that has er been held in San Antonio TWO IOISOXED BY WATEIi Twelve Others are Very IllMan and Woman are Arrested In Connection AMEBICANS TELL OF KAID Score of Rebels Quietly Loot Frontera Cnstomshouse and Depart Klcher that only a few of the 10 per cent ev er attended a Sunday school as long as a month It Is a fact that the boys who get Info trouble never go to Sun day school I preached for five years regularly once a month in one of the Texas penitentiaries and from my study of the convicts sent there by the courts and there are 3600 hundred of them I found that most all of them started their downward course by Sabbath away from Sun day school Strong drink was given as the prime cause for 90 per cent of the inmates of the penitentiary Boys I plead with you to read your les and go to Sunday school on the Sabbath and let strong drink CAMlAIOSIXG IN WEST Abilene Yoimp Attorney Shelling the Woods for Jmljre ttiimsej for Governor By Associated Press SAN DIEGO Tex July Commissioner M G Diaz and a wo man nurse are dead and twelve other persons are very ill from poisoned water in a barrel from which they drank A man and woman have been ar rested Revenge is believed to be the slayers object GALVESTON Tex July Two Americans J c Griffith and William S Mussendon who arrived late yes terday evening on the steamship Burs bad from Frontera Mexico brinj graphic details of the robbery of the customhouse at that place July 2 A band of twenty alleged rebels dropped silently down upon the port in a skiff early on the morning mentioned They were heavily armed and took the place completely by surprise though the arms and money in store at Frontera had been a course of uueasl MORMONS ABE MOBILIZING Will Defend Property Against Jlexican Declare They Will Sot Help Cause alone as you would a deadly enemy Go yonder to Scotland and what do we find On the Sabbath morning there are no street cars no milk wa gons no ice wagons but on the other hand we the lad and the old per son with Bible in hand going to at tend religious services Boys I beg of you make much of Gods word and keep his holy Sabbath David Mid Thy word have I hid in my heart that I might not sin My second point is that in order to jsucceed a boy must have self respect Here is where many fall down If you have no standing in your town it is because vnu made it that way ear me there is not a boy here but that can make every man in this town respect him You say hqw Pay your debts promptly be careful to meet By Associated Press AGUA PRIETA Mex July Mor nons at Colonia Morelos ana Colonia Oaxaca are mobilizing to defend their ropcrty against the rebels The Mor mons declare that they will no loc ger contribute horses or forage to Gen Orozco By Associated Press SEAGIRT N J Tuly Wil son today definitely declared that he would not go to the IXiuoeratic Nat ional meeting in Chicago liprnuseII Is not customary for a candidate to do so C H Fuhviter returned Saturday from a trip to Goree and Peacock Tex as at each of which places he spoke under the direction of the Ramsey Headquarters in the interest of Judge Ramseys race for Governor MrFulwiler sopkc for two hours at Goree on tho 4th to an audience of about 1500 at a of July celebra tion there and at picnic nt Peacock on the 5th He reports everything in that country as strong for Ramsey and says lhat Ramsey will pet an ovpr whelaiing vote there A B Rosson of Trent ivis hen last night T M Cochran who has been in Abi lene for something like 30 days left today for his home in East Texas Mr Cochran has considerable farming in terests in this section and is well pleased with his returns About 3SOO bushels of grain were raised on his places in this county and cotton and feed look well may conclude to move to Abilene in the next few months and iuess here as the C been with in East To Dont fail to see ti less cook slovc demoi at ICd S Hughes ness to the officials for some time Iovcry Promise let bad habits alone and study your Bible and go to Sun day school A boy must have per sonal respect to succeed First your heart must be clean As a man thiiik eth in his heart so is he Dont let anybody tell you dirty stories Stand above such things young man Have self respect enough not to swerir I do not believe that any man is what he should be who takes Gods holy name in vain Dont smoke and chew tobacco boys It will ruin your health and rob you of your mind No cigarette fiend ever graduated from Simmons College or Baylor Universi ty You ask why Because cigarettes destroy the will power Boys dont tell lies Be straight forward and honest in your dealings Dont steal Let the apple or Ihe nuts in venders slore alone Dpnt begin taking that which is not yours Third Have respect for your op portunities You may say that you have no opportunities Then them It dont matter if you to begin on a week if f0 and Mussenden who were in the city at the time of the raid say that no murders or acts of brutality were committed by the raiders They worked with dispatch and ef fectiveness securing from the cus tomhouse banks business houses and postoffice in money a thous and rifles and a lot of ammunition and revolvers that had been confiscated by the government from time to time Be fore entering the city the raiders had captured a lug boat to took all their plunder and a quantity of provisions taken from the big stores They sailed out and down the coast about twenty miles Where they beached the tug near the mouth of a river and completely disappeared with all of the stolen stuff According to the two Americans none were molested except those who seemed to be taking too much Interest in the affair to suit the raiders For eigners were ieft strictly alone The ruideis claimed to V revolutionists acting under orders of General Orozco though the citizens of Frontera do not believe this The raid was apparently well plan ned as it was carried out swiftly and very smoothly To Exterminate Tests AUSTIN Tex July the efforts of sheep and goat rais ers of West Texas to obtain cooper ntion of the government of neighboring American and Mexican States in their worli of exterminating carnivorous animals the Governor today re ceived from Secretary of Stats P C Knox a communication enclosing a let ter from a Mexican ambassdor at This diplomat writes ho has referred the matter to thp federal Mexican government and through the central departments it will be laid be border states Governor Colquitt been conducting official correspondence in this matter The translation ed by Secretary Knox reads as fol lows The ambassador of Mexico has the honor lo answer Ihs memorandum de livered to him by the Department of State in regard to the extermination of wild animals that commit depreda tions through the valley of the Slo Grande and to say that he is now ask ing the Department of Foreign Rela tions to recommend to the govern ments of the border state of Mexico cooperation with those ofthis coun try toward the destruction of said ani mals in their respective territories and if possible to adopt the methods employed by the states of Texas New Mexico and Arizona He will also strongly recommend to the govern ments of the aforesaid border states of Mexico to consider and put In prac tice such means as they may deem most expedient to the ead of assist ing in bringing about the desired re sults He will also be glad to for ward in due course to the Department of State the outcome of his action on the subject1 In addition to noting the trend ot the dexicau ambassadors letter Secretary Knox advised he wili again communi cate with the Governor when he receiv es infonnation as to he result of the formers representations to the govern nient of the neighboring republic DROWSED WHILE BATHIX Sixteen Persons Jtfeet Death Pan Minnesota Tcsfi In AVater By Associated Press ST PAUL MINN persons who Sj have the right kind of life you will rise Bo honest and prepare yourself Tor what you undertake and you will be in dcmund Find out what you do nnd do it with all your might In that matchless country Gcrmrfny were dro We are demonst Fireless cook st lay Tuesday 8th 9th and lOtli Ed S Hughes i MrsYldgar W left morn oid Iioma in Nacogtiochest ild to Ihc Mr Wade nccompanVd as Strawn ParishMpio for Classy Photos erriage painting Miller Vorth First street learn some trade WB live in a of specialists The business world that we IIP master of what undertake Boys 1 bpg of you in ttco Gods word is your guide and iuto life determin ed to succeed and you will   

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