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San Antonio Light and Gazette (Newspaper) - January 14, 1910, San Antonio, Texas ,7 m inn iiti: CRMMERV DAIRY CO. 871 SAN ANTONIO LIGHT M. JR. AND GAZETTE mm ROD mm Made at home. Guarantied of the high- est quality. We churn every CREAMERY DAIRY CO. 871 5AN ANTONIO. TEXAS. FRIDAY. JANUARY 14, 1910 WHERE IS IRA CRINEHART; i Bonds of President of Prudential !n- I vestment and Other Companies Declared Forfeited. WIFE SAYS HElmiSING MONEY t, president of the Prudential Investmanf com- i, Ten, cases of misdemeanor, handed down by the district grand jury, are j pending againat Binehart in the county I court. '.Bond m eaxjh case had been fixed at .and the sureties were V W -brfenee, manager of one of Rinehart's companies, aui P. McCurdy. Noti- fication was sent them this morning Mr.. appeared much perturbed at the turn events Lad taken j Mre. Kinehart manifested much inter- est when told that the fedexal grand .jury, which went into session January c. had adjourned this morning-and that: all tho indictments had been in.-tde pub- ic except one. It was minored that tit inquisitorial body was going into cases ot reported of the mails. She hadr declared that Mr. Birielmrt meant return, to San Antonio, i put qualified her statement with the remark is against Mr. Biqehart it may not be to his interest to return Following the forfeiture of tie bond this morning in the county court' new capiases were issued and placed 'in the hands of tlie sheriff for the arrest of If was only when the case SISIS TAKE STEPS TO BECOME v.'ij iiutjii me. case had .been called and the defendant fail- ed tp respond that his absence from was hinted. This was later The novel sight of four Sisters of Charity filing their declaration of intention to become citizens of the United States, the first In the local federal court, .ana perhaps m the state of Texas, -was witness- ed this morning in tie offica of A ,l. Oamphell, deputy United States clerk. The sisters making their application o.re all from the Incarnate Word emy of San Antonio and are as fol- lows: Marie.Brpillieiy a native of has heenjn this cpuu- years and rerieuiice'd aliegiance.to (he president of that WHS iaier confirmed-explicitly1 by Mrs. .'limehart'' .who .said that she knew where -he waV' out t.hat she would not tell. Indictments charging Rihehart with Jnisdotacanors were handed down by the district grand jury durinnr the Oc- tober term. HJB arrest and release bond followed, -F.W. Extence and J. Q. -T iaylor being tlie first sureties. "arrison, a native of Ireland. from ths bond and r has been a resident of filed his withdrawal Upon, Lmlcd r t Fora, a native of Ireland. Sis- eouiitrj Margaret a native of a reside.. i 1SS3 and renounces her allegiance "to as do: Western Classification Com- mittee Meets Opposition on Proposed Changes, BIG BREWING Want Open Carrier for Short Hauls and Weight on Beer to Be Determined for All Time, The largest brewing interests in the United states combined their forces this morning and went be- fore the western classification coni- rmttee as opposed to the proposed elimination of the open carrier used by the .brewers In the short haul shipments, also asking that thay allow the present .classification on return empties to remain, unchanged and that the estimated weights ou beor be also left as at present, or at least until tlie uniform classifl-1 cation committee, which is now es- timating the weights on beer from most every brewery in the United States, give out a result on the average-weight of the liquid in casks, barrels, bottles, etc. The Pahst Browing company of Mil- waukee, rho-Sclilirz of Milwaukee, the Anhouser-Buseh and Lemp of St. Louis' the Ilaiimi of Si. Paul and the Min- neapolis were represented by their traf- fic managers, who stood unanimously to- ;ethcr on these subjects. Another most important subject of interest to almost every farmer and dairyman of Texas or my other place was the argument pre- sented before tlie committee by G. A. Wright.man'of DCS Moiiies, Iowa, repre- eutiiig the Iowa State Manufacturers' associatiou, on tlie petitioii to change tile classification and, lower Hie freight Texas Traveling Passenger As- sociation Gathers in the Annual Session DISCUSS DALLAS MEETING! ,'fhc third Annual convention the Texas Traveling Passenger Agents' as'- sociation convened .this morning in the m main auditorium of the Chamber Commerce, with X. S. Davis, i of thc association, presiding. of Special Dispatch Kansas flit. Following: a discussion of thc enter- tainment to be provided for the .Jfn- tienal Association of Passenger Agents which moots at Dallas in October, this year, thc election of. officers for the en- suing year was held. Only one. name was offered in nomination for thc ionr offices in thc association and the elec- tion of eacli man was unanimous. The officers elected for the ensuing year wore .is follows: poisoner. Kans'na President. E. A. Kellogg, ticket ii.-iion station Kalv, Frisco and Hous- ton i- Texas Central, Dchisim; first vice president, E. Fitch, sonthweslom-l 'yphoii Believed Bacilli Were Adminis- tered to Swope Heirs Kansas City, AN ARREST IS -EXPECTED Post Mortem on Stomach May Reveal Newest Method Committing Murder, Taft Recommends Issuing of Bonds for Completion of Reclamation Pro- jects in the Southwest. RECOMMENDS BALLlNGER'S SUGGESTIONS Load Message Conservation Washington, Jan. president's special message conservation of natural resources was sent to congress today and its reading commenced in both houses. PivsKlent Taft recommends that congress follow out the msixs Citv M OfSceretar-v in regard to classification of lands and Sieved 'to; have' of them fl'hich incorporated in bills prepared by that for very horror outrivals the! and which arc at the disposal of congress. the life of I Tim also recommends that congress give, authority midd'hT centurt centur shaken to the of iu bonds to complete reclamation proiecta- i rate o ers'. )n, cresm sanaratprs nsed by 1'a.r itr.'-'WrightnVah ?s argument 'w! passenger agent. Missouri Pacific Iron Mountain. San Antonio; second vice, president.. 71. C. Carson, general agc-nt passenger. department, Sew- York Central, lines. Dallas; secretary and treasurer, ,T. A. Chilton. traveling pas- senger agent, Texas P.n-it'ic, Fort Worth. Through tlie courtesy of the Chamber of Commerce, the- traveling passen agents were handed several good cigars, ami all enjoyed a smokcfest during the proceedings of the con- vention. following the election of officers -In; morning and short talks made by the men selected, there were several ad- dresses made by the railroad men pres- ent on the good of the order, after wliich tlie meeting adjourned sine die" The railroad men have accepted :in in- of fever" e heirs by administering} genus to tne entire fam-i i Thomas Swope died here in October ot typhoid fever llis brother, Clirisman MITOJW, sncemnlicd to flic maladv soon afterward and-the other memb'ets of (lie 1-amily were stricken at tlie same ''me. Tlie conditions were so sus- picious that an 'investigation was in- stituted, which 1ms been carried on quietly. Wednesday the body of Thos. Swope was disinterred secretly, a coroner's inquest held and the stomach removed and sent lo Chicago for exam- mat ion. While no definite charges can be made until the result of Ihe chemist's analysis is known, it is said .the man vitation to attend a bean supper to be "The farmer, being the consumer of the sear the separator, is the man who is imme- Ul tho subject of Sister .O'Shaughnassy lias been "llml -rates on this implement. -'The !iit of the' United States since 'among (fivon at. the Blfc chili rooms-tonitrht and the majoritv of thnm will remain over for the event, which promises to n warm one. Those convention are'-, 'TT, W. Frisco, Saii Antonio- l Rock in the semi-arid districts of tho south and southwest. 'Therela need, he says, for the completion of these projects. The president goes on record as mildly in favor of inland water- way development where actual need is shown and actual cost has beetr figured. He recommends provision by congress In'tho river and' harbors bill for the carrying out of the project to maintain a depth'? of seven teet in the Ohio river by the erection of dams. This will cost and will take ten years to complete. At the conclusion of the message Mr. Taft says that the results of the Balhuger investigation are not needed to determine the value of and necessity for the legislation he recommends in regard to public lauds and reclamation. text of the message is as The full follows: To tho senate und the house of -j.n.i .iuv mini suspected of having administered the j representatives: In mv annual me3 germs IB under constant surveillance, sage T reserved the subject of the eon Thc prosecuting attorney is prcpnrcd To make charges should the examination in Chicago develop that the genus had been a.dmifiist.ere.d. and.an itrrest is ex- pected at every.'moment. The. other .members of the family are out of, danger, after suffering severe illness tor several weeks. Riniuir unfolds a plot Hint promises a historical mark in fiendish planning. The. suspect lias been, enmeshed in ,i ivcb of evidence from which tlievc is servafion of our consideration in follows: Iu. several departments habilitation of his companies. know and yet I don't know where lie she said. "Ho was to go to two Kor three money, and he is lat one of them now, which one. I cau- 'not tell. Neither will I tell where he to go, MS that may not be to ihis W. R. Camp, attorney for liiuehart, Iniado a plea in the county court that the bond be not forfcitetd, but Judge i Shook held that- the ease had been post- .'jirtned several times already and that it ;should not be continued 'longer. Two' have already been granted attorneys either for the. state loi for defendant have been engaged in iilio dislrict criminal court when the was called, ilhat lie had 1 il Wllll.ll will I i- i-.uiivv.vn niiu vutji, UJL Car- make them full fledged citizens. Attor-j llle device through its cxpbrimcn- ney .John Sullivan, who was .represent-! s'afc'es in production and selling ox- The time is overdue when the of distributing cream seek its natural and permanent level in comparison with .the .oumvan. wtio was represent-! in proili the sisters this morning in the til- The time of the papers, speaking of expense o oeeoiiung citizens, said: separators should Attorney Makes Statement. "Jfauy of the sisters of this coiniirv 'Live business in Mexico and go anil fif. nTT fininn Aii_u (Kill JIU UHU come at ill times. Unless thev are a citi- zen of some teclion. them the protection that they are en- titled to ami therefore thev ;ire lo be- come n citizen of which will afford them ample protection under ihis ilag. other farm machinery which is entirelv aiiafagcnis, to it from a transportation Point of view. The farmers are looking mie country they have no pro-] tm illc cream separator that will do .Britain would not give tne'r work with the. least expense and the mamifacturers and distributors are hound now fo insist that freight ex- pense shall bo reduced, as thev have re- duced the cost of production'and their profits, so they can go to the farmer n machine lie can nfford to buy. Dallas; aus Hoover, f'otlon Belt- Port Worth; li. .McKibbin, Sunset S-ui Antonio; T. L. Cleveland. Sunset Route Beaumont; K A. Kellogg.. Katy, Boni- !on; J. A. Chillon, Texas Port Worth: II. .1. Williams, Santa Ft, ...............JL .A lav-' in Mexico in (he SQV-j w .....___....... Attorney Camp stateili-p Provillcd for the confiscation of! Hence the farmer is the man who is to fully expected his client! no'religious j by the reduction as well as arc we. tho snbicc ,'to be present this and that Jie i, u bo That law The rcdiii-lion wlm-h cimditioas demand i was much by Via absence enforced to the letter un-1 is nhmu thirty-three and a third' per' 7- The cases against'E. D. Whitv in i then only when Kaiicoj in freight charges, the conditions --ll The cases against" E. D. in dieted at .Ihe samp time as Rinclmrt, were continued generally. KYLE PROPERTY TRANSFERRED. Kyle, Tex-.. ,Tan. T. Ihiwkins t -gainst tho Oatlm- of separating cream racay eilizen of Mexico changed dining the last five, vears The its lie church. X ............._ _ can point oul a piece of land as being! farmer now separates his own creai cimren property and Hie government! home with a hand separator, keeus conliscalcs the same and as'a rule the! skimmed mill; as a valuable feed and man wlio denounces the property is the; saves the great expon.se of earrvino to :on who secures same for a mcro i market (his'bulky product only to throw of A. of DCS Afoines nnrl T. W. of St Jos- eph. Mo. Mr. Jones of the Merchants7 Exchange "f ChicaRo and T. W. Max- well of SI. Joseph took issno with eaeh mixed or solid cars, .tones contending th.it the mixed oar should be allowed and Maxwell that it should not. L. C. MVComrT of Toledo s polio on tho subject of clmraware in crates, in- lue not exceeding The 'f (he most desiiiible. package for shippin; roasted and i'l'ccli coffee 1 in the value radically! aHd ,T i sold his residence in Kyle to ,1. L. [Armstrong, assistant lecturer and or- lEftiiizvr of tho State Farmers' union. Quite a hard norther came uji vcstor- j morning and indications aro that I oHiypii nf we wMl have another severe .pel! ti aml Hlat U 'llouW admittea as anv other for-jm mixed curs of agriciilumil imple oign citizen and acquire property and menfs. an from i the skimmed milk awav-' IP that he is to lie the- With n'-M "lp property. j He also contended Mint the cream ".n? slsfp" clothed as aj arator was an n.eridiltnral implement i of roasted and coffee was import- tn ''offl'c (hat 'he en- ilorsomont of thc jinprr lining and bur- bak was fiiveii hy several interested. Mr. <'an-kiiis, representin.i; (lie Qnincy and Penria mauufacuircis nt" Illinois, asked ttiat the on farm [trucks he nor town in members of the clnssificatinn currcd. look in? to Ihe fiiriiier conserrafioit of our natural resources and. subject j is one of sucli importance ns to require a more cli'lniloil aiu'l e.ttcnrfcfl discus- sion than I, communication. no escape. .If is rfifiorted that a" opportunity to send a known to have procured a large supply i special message to congress on the aub- of typhoid fever germs, supposedly f'o'i j .icct the improvement of our watcr- sciMitific purposes. illness' and j wnys; upon the reclamation and irriga- deaths in the- Swope family ensued. of avid, semi-arid and swamp As to manner in which the germs lands; upon the preservation of our and the rc-forcsting.of main from further spoliation maintenance and extension ot our for est resources and for thc emctmont of: lawB .amending the obsolete statutes soi as to retain governmental control over, that part of thc public donmn witlun which there are valuable deposits if coal and oil and of phosphate and m thereto.-to-preserve control, under conditions favorable to the pnh- .the lands along Ihe, streams, m fSbof water' can M made to gener.ifo power to be transmitted in "e form of electricitv many miles to .entered upon in this j the point of its use 'known as water 1'or this reason T shall] power sites. natural resources for special message as there is presented thc necessity for legisbitiou were administered if indeed t-liey were, there is, yet, no positive in formation, although the exMiinaiion of the siom- aci, in Chicago is expected to reveal to bring to light criminal actions forest areas; upon thc of th public domain with a view of separat- aprif-ulturnl soHIeracnt min- "a1' phosphorus laud und The finding of money miicli interest to be shown today, wlien the old building, which was fonneiiv oc- numbers gathered around after thc floor was torn up and mauv of flu- MO or 2M who seethed about the place hunted for money, which might have been stored under the floor in' the old days. One was successful, lie found! a can in which was hidden and a Mexican found a gold piece. This a two-story framu struc- ture :iin[ was one of the largest houses in the cily forty or forty-1 five years ago. It was then known the "Old Gray Mule.'7 and is izatiou of water power. ''Tn 1SHO wo had a public domain of acres. We have now acres, confined largely to moun- tain ranges and semi-arid and arid plains. liave in addition acres of land in Alaska. "Thc public lands were during the adniiiiisfrafions treated sis a asset for the liquidation of' tlie public debt and as :i source of re- fur our soldiers'and sailors. Later on (hey were donated in large, amounts in aid of the construction of wagon roads and railways in order to open up regions in the west, then almost in- accessible. All tho principal land sta- ter of a century ago. The homestead act, the pre-emption and timber culture set, the coal land atid tlie mining acts were among these. "The. rapid disposition of the public lands under the early statutes and thc lax methods of distribution prevailing, due. T think, fo the belief that tho l.imia should rapidly pass into private that the public domain was legitimate the unscrupulons and lhat it contrary to good morals to cir- which n murder had not as any j j have the same protection afforded' them v other purchaser. U N s E T T L E D For San Antonio and tonight and Saturday: Unsettled weather- Saturday. Tile maximum for the 2-1 hours ctulliig- S dock difs morni.is was 6S grt-cs and tlie nnnjnnun Hi Comparative lemiicratino this year anil lasl: ,T. L. Xclson. representing the Xelson Manufacturing companv of St -lonis presented an argument 'in behalf of his' Petition on tho subject of ke cream re comlmt'ee ami all oftho tloh-gntes be Mox :'t Anew ivo-stovy business block will j tion resulted iu th supper tendered by i orcef cd on t lip sito. j areas of valuable land ".v yicnui ifngorators. T. V. Ross, represent ing thc Fibre Shipping interests, spoke on _ oil the subject of fireboard or pulp board pails, drums or cylindrical boxes. j lice R. roprosonting thc .National j Association of Corrugated Culverts I which has two offices in Texas, regis- i torcd the change in classification on thieateu-1 Ibeir of the public domain. jca! bakery. Bc-runrt brained the balccr i, "Tl'c is ''ow to save and [when the latter upbraided him for at- the worst fuel t.min.s how tn ul.izo how to conservo !teMioil, ,lis A- still to develop, for no sane person oan I oonlcnd tliaf it is common q'oo-I tl.-i. that nnli.re's arc s.vnn.1 homri.lo Lv unborn soncnitions. 1 'Jly j ".Aiming the most nolcworthy ro- I forms Inilintcd by mv .in I was the vigoroun ill lempcratiire. il is tion of bud frauds and lhc Mien ri'ieasu tiicm from to public attontiou tii.-, TO TAKE UP RATE SUIT. .Ia y' cf ;llrt will In- taken up aS3ii, Twtta- Hi v i i i. i ;o iv! 11 M'u Hi' II1' "1111 111 t hfl tic remaining public do-lly-sixth coutl Monday,
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