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San Antonio Light (Newspaper) - April 29, 1907, San Antonio, Texas VOL 26, NO. 49. SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, MONDAY, APRIL 29, 1907 TAMMANY HALL ROW SETTLED? Conference Held Today at Which Differences Were Reported Buried M'CLELLAN WON HEADACHE BURSTS HERHEAD Kentucky Doctors Puz- zled by Remarkable Case of NO PARALLEL He Maintained That the Best Men Blood Flowed Freely, Making Pool PRICE TWO CENTS PAY DAY AT CITY HALL Obtainable Should be Appointed to Important City: Offices Following a Meeting Between Timo- thy D. SulHvan and Corporation Counsel Ellison, the Latter (Makes Statement, New York, April end: to the contest for control of Tammany hall between Mayor MoClellan and Chas. F. Murphy was announced today, fol- lowing a conference between timothy D. Sullivan and corporation counsel, W. B. Ellison, tbe' latter of whom rep- resented the mayor, Mr. Ellison, after the conference, gave out a statement in the mayor must Be lert free to appoint the highest class of meri he could find 'for the city offices, but. that he (Elli- son) will advise against appointments inimical to the democratic organiza- tion or its leaders. Mr. Sullivan, he said, agreed that eighteen efficient meh should be retained in or appoint- ed to city "offices. The mayor will recognize the right its leaders to control the demo- cratic organization and will ask that the organization give him.its support in his efforts to solve the great mu- nicipal problems which confront him, Mr. Ellison said: "In that way It is he added, "to eradicate the lines .drawn between organization and administration." Six Feet Long on Floor, Then She Was Relieved, Woman Has Not-Suffered Since Her 'Head Popped Open, But Before That the Pain Was Ex- cruciating. Glasgow, April dispatch says Mrs. Bettie Davis, an aged lady who lives at Carol Hill, Ky., had her head burst from headache. The case was a most peculiar freak, and is puzzling the doctors. Thursday afternoon Mrs. Davis took a severe liaadache and the afternoon, night and all day Friday. The usual simple remedies failed: to give relief and-some time Friday night a hole about the size of caliber ball appeared in her forehead near the temple, and when discovered the blood ran down off the bed for more than six feet on the floor. After the loss of considerable blood, Mrs. Davis' head became easy, and since then she has experienced no in- convenience. OUR MARINES STILLWGUARD THEY PROTECT UNITED STATES INTERESTS IN LAND MAY LAND MARINES. Mobile, Ala., April of the Norwegian steamer Brntten that arrived this morning from Puerto iCortoz, Honduras, report that every- thing is quiet at that "place, but the iNiearaguan soldiers Imve not left for their homos as intended, they guard- Ing the place. No news, of fighting at any of the interior places was re- ported by officers.- The United States marines are still ashore with headquarters In the old rlottery building, and guarding the in- terests of all Americans very closely The British cru; at port from the Bratten sailed for Mobile, reported that they were getting'ready to send a detachment. of marines ashore to protect property ot British subjects. A. L. Gould, a well known merchant of this city, and John J. Earl, a lead- in? merchant of Paxton, Fla., were passengers on' the steamer. They say that- the people of these places aaro not' afraid of soldiers, but say the war Is a nuisance. They also stated that If Honduras grows strong- er, the Nlcaraguan soldiers will go over to them. Mr: Gould, in talking CHISHOLM CASE UP TOMORROW MAN CHARGED WITH MISAPPRO- PRIATING ON TRIAL AT BIRMINGHAM. re It was Ala., April the United States court today the cases against Alexander R. Chisholm, form- er paying teller of the First National bank, of Birmingham, who Is alleged to hace misappropriated of the bank's funds, which he lost In cotton speculations, was called today, but went over until tomorrow because of the absence of Dr. J. T. Searcey, su- perintendent of the state hospital'for the insane, who Is expected'to give important testimony, Chisholm having been at the asylum for a1 period 'for treatment. Attorney John Lqndon also an- nounced in court his withdrawal1 from the case because disagreement as to the line of defense, itbelng understood he is opposed to a plea -'of insanity, which is said to be entered. Chisholm was placed for trial last fall, but because of a juror's entered. GO HOME, OR NIGHT SESSIONS? Two Propositions Pre- sented to the Legisla- ture Today WILL SEE IT OUT ALL SPAIN AWAITS THEjHEIR Thousands of Babies to be Named When He or She Arrives MANY GO FREE? Mr; Terrell Wishes to Meet Three Prisoners Eagerly Expecting to be Evenings a-Week Until the Agony is Over. Mr. Savage Moves to Strike Out 1 Enacting Clauses, Adjourn Sine Die and Save the State ..i- Money. Special to The Light Austin, Texas, April .the time for the extra session is drawing to a close members the house to- day became very restless. Tils was evidenced when .Representative Ter- rell of McLennon offering a resolution providing that night sessions be held on Wednesdays and Fri- days during the remainder of. the ses- sion. He called attention to the multitude of bills which' are still pending for The resolution refer-' red to the committee on rules. Representative Savage' also created a stir by Introducing a resolution to strike.out the enacting clause to all bills now pending In the legislature, to adjourn sine die at once and go home and thereby save the state from any further expenao with the leglsla. about the health of the country, said Is Is the most remarkable ho evet knew, especially among the Nlcara guan soldiers who are stationed at the seaport towns. Out of 700 men from Nicaragua, only one Eian has died from natural causes. The case of W. L. Sims, agent hero for Gilbert Clay, brokers, charged with being a.n accomplice, was aet for Wednesday has gone-until the next term of court. Chisholm is alleged to have lost heavily while trading with' Gilbert Clay. GAVE UP ARMS; CAME ASHORE IMMIGRANTS THREY AWAY STIL- ETTOS .PISTOLS AND UGLY KNIVES BEFORE LANDING. York, April Immigrants on the steamship CItta Dl Milanb and Nord America of the Italian line, just In from Naples and Genoa, got a taste of the laws of the country when agents of the line ap- peared on the bridge of each vessel and shouted that all weapons and knives, must be thrown away or left with the officers ,of the ships before the immigrants would be allowed to land. There was an instantaneous shower of stilettos, ugly looking long knives and revolvers of modern and ancient makes. Tomorrow when the immi- grants land on Bills Island It is be- lieved that they, will be the most harm- less'set.of aliens that has landed here for many a day. DALLAS CHILD ELECTROCUTED NINE-YEAR-OLD GIRL KILLED BY LIVE WIRE WHICH BROKE AND FELL ON HER, Special .to The Light. Dallas. Tex., April 12 o'clock todav the nine-year-old daughter ol A. M. Barber was killed in a peculiar manner at the corner of Beaumont and Cockrell streets. She was passing beneath and elec- tric HKht wire when it broke and fell, one of the ends striking tho child. The wire was heavily charged, he current passing through the girl's body and killinK her instantly. TRAINMEN MAY. MEET HERE W. H. DUNNING AND A. H. HANSON ATTEND NATIONAL CONVEN- TION WITH INVITATION. SEIZE BREWERY PROP- ERTY IN KANSAS. Topeka, Kan., April re- ceivers appointed by the state supreme court last week to take charge of VIOLATED ANTITRUST LAW. Oklahoma Lumbermen on Trial for Alleged Ignoring of Act. cases of seven Oklahoma lumber dealers un- der indictment for alleged.' violation of tho Sherman anti-trust'laws, were .'called here today in the United States court. Four cases are Oklahoma lumber- men who are alleged .to.'hnve main- tained a poo! and to have arbitra- rily fixed retail price of lumber. Indictments were found repeatedly In the territorial courts, hut the territo- rial laws were found to be inadequate ond It never has been pqaslble to se- cure conviction. The cases called today are the first of this character called in Oklnhonii,
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