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Daily Bulletin (Newspaper) - January 31, 1910, Brownwood, Texas iMk wttfewt i rttit BESLEY DAILY ma OMB jto take charge of the business end of this Too much stress cannot be thS Thuradv meet lng Let ever director attend and a can be done to put this meritorious movement on a proper Elected for the tag The adjourned meeting of the Charities organization was held at i he library Sunday afternoon at four i oclock to hear the report of a special committee appointed the Sunday be fore to reporton con stitution and As a result of this report the following officers were elected John president Brooke Brst vice president Miss Agnes second vice presi dent Luella third vice president secre tary Fred The board of is to consist of the seven ministers of the the presi secretary and treasurer of the ladies charitable society of each church and nine business men of the who are as follows Ed Gll Robert Arm Will Keel and A meeting was and all are urged to attend the for next Thursday afternoon at oclock at the auditorium of the Carnegie The object of this meeting will be to start things in motion and to select an active secretary whose duties will be KILLEIt WHILE HI In the Uraadiwa Arri dralallr Diwhanrrd Hllh Fatal Special to Daily Bulletin an aged resident of was killed late yesterday evening by his sixyearold grandson while out The boy was trying to lift the gun and in some way unknown discharged the the load entering Lelgers kiling him almost In The gun kicked out youths Iitn targafe Ms X Martin came to last night from an extended visit to her daugh Rbbnett at On the way home she stopped for a short visit to friends at Dallas and Fort She says she enjoyed her stay in East Texas very but that It feels mighty good to be home She came home to devote her attention to a new home she is build ing on Martin in the southern portion of the Pulton and wife of Lampasas are in the city today spending the day with their They are on their way to Big FOB FBI MEET Big Event Will be Held in Brownwood on May 9th and to Association Plaintiffs Ask Court to Compel Jones to Ful fill Contract and Build Road to Rising Outcome is Watched Special to Daily Bulletin with failing to fulfill his part of a suits written contact and asks that he be were Bled in District Court made to honor such an night against Morgan owner The total amount involved Is in the Of the AlbllpBP SfllttttMPM I UUIlUIUbllbV Special to Bulletin yeggmen dynamited and robbed safe of the Howard Mercantile pany at a town east of early this They escap ed with about one thousand dollars in cash and bank The exr plosion awakened the citizens and a posse was organized and started fa pursuit of in Which to Perfect lly Adopting Them of the Abilene Southern railwar aud propoaed builder of the Abilene Central In the first suit the plaintiff is the Abilene railroad of nine hundred thou sand of which sum the defend ant la alleged to be directly responsi ble for fourfifths ot the in the second and the Is dtOtcult to get at the meat of Abilene Central Railway so to Rumor has 1m the petition K ttat has been dickering Representatives ol the various lt arguiu mat in leges In the West JnterCoTleid Punning race and hurdles would prov O A t Association met at Dublin It was argued that the better drawlngVards than the flay for the purpose of arranging a j The relay race was chanped from one schedule for athletics in the school for j thousand yards to a half H was the Brownwood was reprej also agreed that debates be held be by Elmer Simpson and tween each school in the association Skinner Tarleton was repj during the spring terms resented by Britton by I A compMc basebaU and Granburv college by By a vote Britton Training School of Cisco was admit ted to association and its repre sentatives allowed a voice in fixing the The first business transacted was the arrangement of Cairs and place sheeting for the intercollegiate field Brownwood was selected as the place for holding the meet and May 9 and 10 were fixed upon as the the court to compel Morgan Jones to fulfill his part of the contract looking to the building or the Abilene Central railroad to Rising They allege that he has stated his refusal to com ply with the contract he made wHh the Abilene railroad in oth er that he has refused to go ahead with the construction of the This Is the basis of the All through Saturday this burning topic of local interest was passed back and Attorneys Wag staff and Sayles Sayles for the plaintiffs labored hard on the finishing it after The suits were filed after S oclock The plaintiffs point out the appar ent desire of Jones to throw up the job of building the Abilene Cen tral to Rising They even charge him with countermanding certain or ders placed with eastern companies for Notice that suit had been filed served on Jones Saturday He betrayed no surprise and madeno reserving the latter for the Abilene Central Directors meeting held In the directors room of the Citizens National Practically every member was pres Jones and his Bomar of Fort were as well as Rad Henry George Kd Wagstaff and oth A parittr tone was In stead of Indulging In epithets and bandying words the gentlemen present took up the question and discussed it from every Jones was ap Texas Central to come Into Abllrdf by the purchase of the Abilene Central having filed in dis trict will likely come up for trial Mrlnrthe It is presumed that Bomar will repre sent Raatar If Jones takes the ad vice of his Fort Worth mentor he will have very perhaps to say for pub lication regarding this Bomnr was seen last night In his berth in the Texas Pacific sleeper by a re porter and asked to make a I have say ngardtus this was the it any talking is done It should be by persons who brought this I request ed Jones to have nothing to A prominent member of the Abi lene Central also Interviewed by slves out the following ICLIV tKI Price Is Placed on the Hiitd ot Des perate Special Daily Bulletin reward of three hundred dollars offered for the capture of John alias Ken tacky a desperate postoffice robf who escaped after being Constable Blghy of last Saturf day nlgfct Worm wW wight In thef actof blowing a the Seraptr Worms partner is tm AiVKnS LIFE SEJTEXCE The rules and regulations governing iteams the association was arrang the field meets were so changed as to cd permit each college to start three men j Speaking of the field meet to be in each event if so The here in jjJmer Simpson said he standing broad and standing high j fully expected it to eclipse anything umps were eliminated from the of the kind ever held here before and in their stead wej substij There will be participants and a tuted the 220 yard ana the larger attendance from each and an order passed that the secretary of the association be instructed to keep a strict and corJ in his deiinnlna rect account of the games played and won by each team ard a pennant will be awarded to the school scoring the largest per It was further decided that all schools in the association will play football this and a schedule of the games to be played between the deplore this which to say thf least of It is highly The railroad committee hates to Relieve that Colonel Moreua to whom Abilene has of fered her most substantial encourage and In whom the citizens of city have pinned their would llberately turn his back on his solemn selfishly cancel his part of the building of the Abilene railway in order to gratify his own V We regret the filing of this but now that It Is we are le terminrd to fight it out to the Summed the Abilene Central railroad situation seems to have re TV solved Itself to the point thas notified the Abilene of his Intention to with draw from thtcontract entered Into to build from Abilene to Rising anJl charged with murderiag his few months ago and who tried and convicted in the district courthere last today wiudrew the motion for a new trial ana accept od ttfe sentence in the er the plans and speculations before fully adopting It is believed that the plans will be completed early In this week mad then as soon as the subscribers have paid in 50 per cent ot their subscrip tions application will be made for First the plans will be ap then the call for first pay ment and followed by application for To be more specific the hotel is but the company is taktag its own time to perfect the plans be fore starting a buildlag that for am expenditure of many thousand dol The hotel la planed to aetve the Brownwood public for maay and the plans should be the beat tint the money invested will promoters are anxious to let the building started as early M npsil because It Is Intended that the building shall be J WEATHR Tues day TO DANIEL Game Witnessed by Hundreds of Enthusiastic Next Game to be Played at Brownwood the gentlemen of the board stated pubj gan Jones licly that no circumstance or comblnaj committee tion of rnulfl Several are Chanced With Hold and Whites In Special to Daily Bulletin federal grand jury today returned Indictments against of a five cases Joseph William justice of the four cases Robert cases charging them with conspiracy to hold In There are thirtysix to forty counts against Each made bond and the cases will likely be set for trial in It is alleged that thirty whites and negroes are held as slaves on the Repps farms in Burle son Jfnrdrror of the Foreman L Ranch to Fare UK Jury cas against John charged will the murder of John fore man of the ranch near Bo vim on November was callc this morning before Judge Browning in the Fortyseventh district court At a former trial the jury disagrees and the case was transferred to this tion of circumstances could deter them from building the The latter opinion was almost the only dissenting voices being those of Jones and The suit in many wajs is It does not ask damages In a specific sum it imroly charges the defendant Special to Daily Bulletin three weeks ago the Brookesmith High School basket ball team adminis tered a severe defeat to the Brown wood High School whereupon the Daniel Baker issued a chal lenge tor a with the avowed pur pose of returning the honors to This challenge was accepted by the Brook smith though with some hesita tion because of the fact tiiat the team Is made up of amateur Daniel with characteristic at once chartered a sperial which they decorated profusely with college When the hour i for departing arrived near one hun tlrej and titty enthusiastic rooters the committee s setking by civil pro showed up to accompany the team to certure to compel him to carry on the The outcome of the slr of course cannot at this time be fac but members of the connutttw express confidence In its final SCALDED TO OEM BELIEVE THIT BOTH Will REMAIN III THE MCE t MARKET h Special to Daily Bulletin U Allison and wife spent Sunday with friends at Charles Sanders and wife spent Sunday with relatives at The Dally Bulletin prints todays Watts has returned from a abort stay at i Port itle receipts 2300 hogs tops tops tops tops Carter of the Rising Star was in town today on bis way to Brady where he goes to attend at the bedside of his who is quite IulU Iot Stove and to Special to Daily Bulletin Miller Davidson In Still In With Prominent of Special to Daily Bulletin j cheer them on to sides of the special were the Daniel Baker While pen1 nants fluttered j Ipon arriving at Brookesmith the special was met by the Brookesmith team ami Aft ter giving a yell for and the a yell for the visitors paraded the giving first for DT Cthen for I ami then for I I feet trim for the The chose the south Each team lined up at their respective goals and marched six abreast down the Held to the where the girls extended to each other the glad hand of good will nntl after which the game was on in Brookesmith secured the ball pass ed it to end of field here ball was covered by who attempted to pass it back to center ball fouled by Brookesmith awarded free throw mmle Score I to 0 in Ja vor of Brookesmith after 3 minutes of and so the game continued until the referee called time for close of first when the score stood 2 to 4 in favor of Brookesmith High began to loofc serious for wowl their team by song and ami finally marched about the court singing songs inspiring enough to cause a stone Image to take heart and plunge in to recover the laurels about to be The Brookesmith rooters were wild with while the team sat unemo tionally awaiting the last when they confidently expected to increase the score In their voung daughter of a farmer rJ JalL slding near was scalded Vo death j Is stn 7 7 late voBterdav ornor is stlli horc tolav conferring late yesterday afternoon when she pulled n pot of boiling water off the stove on The water covered her head and shoulders and death re sulted almost Schill Is wealthy and KKKKMILM HAH Special to Dally Bulletin originating in the homo of Haw occupied by caused a IOSH of twenty thousand dollars to The heaviest losers were Sul with prominent politicians of North and East Those who know declare that there has been no con ference between the Johnson and Da vidson supporters for th of eliminating one of them iM DO 3ic1 meeting is It is ex pected that both will in tin Friends in Brownwood will regret to learn of the death of Ella Bu which occurred at her home In Uvalde on Bulln spent last summer in this was a mem ber ot the Presbyterian church here Georgia H D tjwri came here from Tennessee but later on went to the southwest for her Then off to the plonic Af ter a delightful luncheon on the banks of beautiful Clear all assem bled at the school building and the follonlng Impromptu program was rendered j Address of Welcome j j Response by Mow A trunk con taining In currency was de stroyed at the Sulivan Nevans and wife of who have been on a visit to stopped off In Brownwood today to visit who is Nevans Prater came in Sunday after noon from San Anielo with his big automobile that he has had stored there for several The ma chine made the trip IB qulcktlme and came lato Browawood In food At this juncture Crume ex hibited a pennant which was greeted by deafening He then waved a pennant and the ap plause was even more Amid continued cheering he then placed the two Pennants side by side on The program was then Male Quartette Miss Francis Miss Vlrgie Porter Master Willie George Mian Violin Miss Willie The Ctaw la Each team appeared to be In per llaliKrookrxmithN The girls showed that they were determined to Brooke smith first secured the ball but lost it on a foul made goal score 3 to 4 in favor of again secured the ball passed it to guard ami it seemed that another score would result for by a mighty effort recovered the passed it to then to making goal amid a perfect whirlwind of Score j to 4 in favor of This play was one of the most brilliant of the The team work was then secured the ball pass ed to goal lost to who passed ball over center then to making a beautiful throw for Score 6 to 5 in favor of with 5ft min utesto and so the game con tinued when the time was called just as was In the act of throwing Final score 8 to T In favor of Thus did the team return the honors to Brownwood mar row margin of one Intense Interest already is being manifested in the return which doubtless be witnessed by as large a crowd ns ever assembled witness a game in
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