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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 14 February 1911

I. r ABILENE SEMI WEEKLY REPORTE I' VOLUME XXXI ABILENE TEXAS TUESDAY FEBRUARY U 1911. NUMBER St. yS t v - I .; :K - v. : ii'- ; B FEDERALS RETREAT TO OJINAGA AGAIN Luque's Scattered Forces Encamped and Will Await Reinforcements from Dorante's Band. NONCOMBATANTS MURDERED Federals Practice Inhuman Cruelties on Four Old Men Tie Hands Behind Back Crush Heads in and Riddle With Bullets; Rebels In- ' sane With Rage. N . .. . . -. . . ; '.' ' '' By Associated PreBs: MARFA Tex. Feb. 13 via courier from Mulata Mexico Fobruary 9 All that portion of nortlieru border .Mexico from Mulata where so many desperate 'engagements have been fought by tho warring factions to. within a few miles of Culdad Juarez is in tho hands of tho provisional government!. Tho revolutionary junta at El Paso announces that with the capture of Juarez and Chihuahua tho provisional goyernment will formally begin its administra- tion and inaugurate a movement for tho accession. Of tho states still remaining loyal. to tho...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 14 February 1911

w -fe. :i W ABILENE SEMI-WEEKLY REPORTER SUKSCKirTION KATKSl 8N(V JTMHT K m .$1.W .se I -frronoouB rofloction upon tho character.standing or fctton of any person firm or corporation which may la the columns of Tho Reporter "Will bo gladly cor- metet spon Us being brought to tho attention of tho firm. HI - TELEPHONES t OMlaeH n4 Circulation. 8. W. 6-7! Roberts C-7Ono Ring Editorial Office Roborts 16L atered a8 BCcond class mall at Abilene Texas October 14 1908. GIVE GREATEST THINGS. Good roads add greatly to tbo profits and comfortB of iho farmer but knpwlug m and saying io does not pro- duce good roads; they 'will' nave to bo made; all talk and o work will nod mako onds Go at It with the same .determination you would dig ditches or bulld'fences. -m To talk with the weather nmn ns ho Hstons to tho clouds whisper their plans for tho future Is one of the startling -snd Taluablo uses of tho telephone. Advnnco Intelli- gence enables tho farmer to successfully combat the IVost King and to...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 14 February 1911

d fi ir fw fAt ri 4! . V fj . r 1 HAMILTON FLIES OVER THE BOH COVKAOKOUS AVIATOR IGNORES WARNING OF GOVERNMENT OF THE MEXICANS. . MEXICMJ IS RECAPTURED Rebel Occupy Town Without Firing Gun Federals Evacuate When InsurrectoH Corao In Sight; No losses Reported. By Associated Presn. EL PASO Fob. 11. To Charted K. Hamilton American blrdman in tho company of International Aviators who jlro feivlug exhibition lights here belongs tlio credit of seeing two ar- mies engaged In war and accurately gauging their rcspectivo positions from an aeroplane. In spit of tho warning that he would' likely be flred on by tho Mexicans Hamilton yester- day flaw over tho Mexican bordor and took n. squint at both tiho rebel and federal forces ' Returning he said: "There seems to bo quite an army in Juarez." Rebels Recapture Ifcxlcnln. MEXlCALA M.EX. Feb. 11. Gencr- nl Borthold's troops of lnsurrcctos recaptured Mexlcala at dawn today without) a light. The federals evacua- ted their position when the rebel ad-...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 14 February 1911

fsr It fUX X t " 5.TT ip 1 1 in 1 . ...!" ' """"ssjisaaa 1 '" ay '' f i ?: Is. tat ?. l LAYING BRICKS. Solentlfio Methods Ratted tho Standard of a Day's Work Tttero nrc now eminent consulting jlaeers who ore engaged by Indus- t -trial bunds to study tlii'lr establish- ments front top to bottom with a view o finding by scientific study tin meth--da of working accounting and liuti- tttag Inbor which will Improve oil tho -Ml traditional habits. Some extrnonll--aary results have been attained. What scientific management moan's ls-id-salrably illustrated by the story of bricklaying as told by nn expert. Ordinarily a brick mason makes eighteen different sets of motions In laying a single brick. Uc bends over la the first place to pick up one brick and In lifting it he lifts ten pounds of brick nnd about a hundred pounds of brick mnson the upper part of hH ewn body la laying 1000 bricks In n days work ho lifts 100.000 pounds of brick mason. This was nn obvloit wasto of labor So n common la...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 14 February 1911

n; n - fin jg tam wvm f i . A K 9 ? X x Barrett Draws Comparison With Irish Farm Conditions UNION CITY Gtt. February $. The following statement has been 1st eued by PrcBldenl Charles S. Barrett to memberB of the Farmers' Union: "During my recent stay In Washing ton In connection with legislation de- manded by the Farmers' Union It was my prlvllego to meet Sir Horace Plunkett who is dno of the most ro markable personalities In the old world. "Ho has done and Is doing in Ire- pcrlcnccd very largely tho some diffi- land tho work thot tho Farmers' Union Icultlesn working for the Uplift of the is attempting to do In America save that his cf'fortB have had Bovoral years' Btart of thoso of our organization. 'In Ireland conditions as regards tenancy are of course Infinitely more discouragiUg than in this country The poverty of tho Irish peasant and the desperate struggle he 1ms had to keep his head even fairly above Water com- blne to form one of tho epics of Ink- once he possessed and pool...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 14 February 1911

IV k NOTED PRELATE D SATURDAY ARCHBISHOP PATRICK RYAN OF PHILADELPHIA SUCCUMBS TO ADVANCED AGE. HAD DISTINGUISHED CAREER f Born 70 Years Ago in Old Ireland Cahio to America "Was Ordalncd Frlcst In 1853; Funeral Scr. llco to Bo Simple. PHILADELPHIA Pa. Feb. 11. -Tho Moat 'Reverend Patrick Ryan Arch- bishop of Philadelphia and Metropoli- tan Pennsylvania tiled at 4:03 o'clock at tho arch Episcopal residence this city. Collnpsed Early In Dny. The vencrablo prelate collapsed ear- ly In tho day bnt soon rallied. At about three o'clock he had another sinking spell and shortly before his death lapsed Into tho unconsciousness which presaged the end. Funeral ser- vices have not been announced but will bo simple In conformity to tho Archblshdp'B last request. Sketch of Ills Life. Archbishop Ryan was considered one J! of the- greatest figures in the line o' Mshops in America and especially Philadelphia since the erection of the arch in 180S. He was born in Thurles county TIpperary Irejand Febr...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 14 February 1911

I . t . V?A. .1 v Yff M .a v J .1 I BANKING III MB NATIONS OF GLOBE MONETARY SYSTEMS IN" USE IN RUSSIA AUSTRIA NETHER.. LANDS AND JAPAN. JAPS MODEL AFTER U. 5. FJaniiclnl Studcnts of World ComMno Ir Excellent Monograph Publish. cd by National Monetary Commission." WASHINGTON Feb. 10 "Banking in Hussla Austro-Hungary tho Nether lands and Japan" is the title of tho most recent volurao which tho National Monetary Commission has added to its series of publications on banking and currency. Tho article treating on the banking systems of Russian by Profs. Idelson and Lexis the Nether- lands by R. Van dor Ilorght and Aus-tro-Hungary by Prof. Zuckerkandl are translations from the third edition of Cnorad's Handworterbuch dor Staats- ylssenchaften. The banking system of Japan is fully described by Marquis Katsura finance minister of Japan; Baron Sakatani ex-minister of finance S NaruSe a private financier; and Prof. O. M. )V. Spruguo of Harvard University. The pubiicatlbns of the National 1ltn...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 14 February 1911

I'M.r Ki..tlT OBSERVATIONS OF THE &0neYemiceS I MEXICAN REVOLUTION -" ' " ' ' " 'Nfie .are cWvV&t owv couwtevs ov tw "Qva. tvoyd twrvsATvs o oxx toitatar qoo&s xdc sv scAV &V sxci Vow tms flou gmv aftoto o toxi fax ?t&mt& a& BY A STAFF CORRESPONDENT. 1 131 Pftso 1 n city of nomc fifty-. high places in the' neighborhood did thousand people on one side of tho ! got ready bo that when the "Fcdorals'1 came in range tho insiirrectOB opened T&aVieTbaY$as Blankets and Comforts priced for final clearance. If you havo needs In this lino this Is your chanco to supply them at small cost. Wo yet haVe quite an as- sortment of blankets In various grades both cotton and wool to offer at much under Value. Spe- cial prices on Comforts as well. $3.50 White Cotton - Blankets . . .' .- .$2.45' $3.00 White- Cotton Blankets $2.20 $2.25 White Cotton Blankets $1.75 ?3.50 Grny Cotton Blankots ...". $2.65 $2.25 Gray Cotton Blankets ....$1.75 $175 Gray Cotton Blankets ............

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 17 February 1911

A ABILENE SEMI WEEKLY REPORTER '.TnTB. nrmvf' 111 ' ' . " T ' ! i i .nil .a i VOLUME XXXI JUIII.KNE TEXAS FRIDAY FEBRUARY 17 1911. XUMHEK 31. 0- K RECIPROCITY BY mm NO PRESIDENT'S CABINET ADVISER ENDORSES CANADIAN AGREEMENT. FIRE IX ORPHAN ASYLUM. ilojs' Building Burned nt Corslcnnn; Property Loss Conservatively Estimated nt $15000. Uy Associated Press. CORS1CANA Feb. 1C The boys' building of the state orphans homo was destroyed by fire today. A con- servative estlmato of tho property loss is fifteen thousand dollars. Ori- gin of the blaze Is unknown 2 NATIONS fWELDEO TOGETHER Snys Reciprocity Agreement will Pro. mote Spirit of Amity nml Coopera- tion lUtMten United States and tiio Dominion of Camilla. IJLAZE AT SAX AXTOXIO Wcbster & Co's Grain Warehouse Destroyed Jiy Conflagration; Loss Is $10000. TAFT WIlfCALL EXTRA SESSION OF TM0U5ES president grimly DETERMINED TO" MAKE HIS RECIPROCITY DOCTRINE U. S. LAW. By Associated Press. WASHINGTON Feb. 1C It was learned from an authorit...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 17 February 1911

s TAW! 1'WO ABILENE SEMI-WEEKLY REPORTER subscription raxes j Tr .11.00 .50 1VJI1 THE PEOPLE OHASGEl). Ab4 crronoous roflcctloo upon the characterstnndlng or notation of any person firm or corporation which may Wpcmr In tho coluninB of Tho Reportor will bo gladly cor- rected upon Its being brought to tho attention Of tho firm. TELEPHONES j mesa ami Circulation S. W. C-7J Roberts (5-7Ono Ring Editorial Ofllco Roberts 151. . SffiM& ? Catered nB second class mall at Abilene Texas October 14 1908. They are talking about Abilene overywhero and paying and road work are entitled tho credit. Keep the good work going. Tho side walks' of Abilene should bo extended at once. "' Talk Abilene whenever you go.. She is tho best town lu tho west and you can nfford to say so. House Rill NO. 420 was Introduced Monday. This is -that year of legislative vieaco and rest you have read about . 0 .''.-. According to. fho Jlst of killed and wounded It seems that about tiho palest place to bo found these ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 17 February 1911

fAOI h 4 . & A NAVARRO IN JUAREZ; CITY AT LAST SAFE Federal General and 1500 Troops from Chihuahua Arrived Last Night; Given Great Reception DID NOT ENCOUNTER SINGLE REBEL Orozco If He Knew of Navarro's Coming Kept Discreet Distance--Insuriectos May Be Planning Quick March to Chihuahua; Rebels Capture Provision Wagons SPECIAL TO THE REPORTER. EL PASQ Feb. 15 Culdnd Juarez is now considered impregnable to seizure by the insurrecto forie$ In Mexico. General Navarro about whoso movements in the past week so' much wild conjecture has been hazarded has arrived with reinforcements. Nnvnrro and fifteen hundred troops marched into Juarez shortly after seven o'clock last night and amid tho joyful acclamations of tho people of the city pitched camp for tho night ENCOUNTERED NO 1NSU1IRKCTOS. Navarro's men encountered no Insurrectos. In an Interview 'with Tho Herald Navarro said they kept scouts on tho look out for rebel bands having heard that Orozco was marching out to meet them but no re...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 17 February 1911

"TPW T"'W 'HP1 'l1 i. i H;w""i"v " "5 ' AflK Font mi CROP FAILURES NEVER GOME TOGETHER &mo ConBoilHjT-VIcwa Entertained By Abilene 'jltlzon; Looks For A General Hcijvnl. . ' "(TUESDAY) One Abilene citizen who goes on iccord with a prediction of aoun)per crop next season is 0. P. Thomas ex-Secretary of the 25000 Club ouo cf the most consistent chnmplonsAbl leno 1ms over had and at present con- sorted with the Insurance department of the Knights of Pythias. JAr Thjmas left ovor tho Texas & Pacific yesterday nt noon for Now Orleans Indianajioljs and points iti "BTost Virginia andouth Carolina and oxpcclB to Lo absent from his homo two wcekB "On my return" said Mr.ThomuVI nIc to mid tUflt nn other benflclal rain has fallen. Tho air smells like rain and we pf Taylor county have not had our share." Toliits Out Pertinent Fads. "1 am a Texan through and through" continued Mr Thomas "and find much comfort in this reflection that three crap failures havo never bo far as 1 remember com...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 17 February 1911

TW ""' rAfii tit . 1 w- lit. X Tvoeeefrus Vtv $w ojlys 3V "SVusYuv "Xfietowsta Court of Crlinlnnl Appeals AUSTIN Fet). 15. The following proceedings were had In the court of crlnjln.il appeals today: Afflrmed G. W. Cunningham alias prank Bennett Jim WcIIb Amos Durk Andrew James and Earl Martc. from Dallas! E. C. Mlsso from Dolta; T. S. Camp from Johnson Q. 0. Slattor and Cnt Garrett. from1 Rains; "Wallace Lavronce from Rusk; Pat Smith from Wood. Reserved and remanded: J. B.Frauk Hn from Comanche and Jim Harwell from JoniiHon; William Morrison from Mitchell. Appeals dismissed: B. W. Goodwin from Jefferson. v Relator discharged: Ex parte Earl. Epperson from Red Riven Motion for rehc'nrlng overruled: Sam fiollnrs and Champ Smlthfleld from Jeff arson; Clifton Butler from Grayson; Sidney Rngsdalo and Cleo- phis Arnv'lne .from Cherokee. SubmPt'd on brief and oral argu- ment for both: N T. Smith from Mitchell: .1. R. Boston from Baylor; Bob Nni'i from Lamar (rehearing); Henry Oieer from Fo...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 17 February 1911

-.. gl r -wTVTf "r ' I J i I ALL NIGHT VIGIL ED BY COUNCIL CUT FATUOUS SHOW GAXEXESS AND 'JKANSAC lltfSIXKSS 1A WEE sarA IIOUIIS. NEW CITY CHARTER ADOPTED Calls for Commission GoTcrniiicnt Fixes rirninncnt Maximum Tax Itnto at $1.00; Election bo IleM In Two Months. FAVORAB LE ON POISON BILL IS RETURNED &St C03I3HT'rEK VOTES UNANIMOUSLY tiltt PAROLE IUGIIT TO THE COMMISSION. ' (WEDNESDAY.) For mora tlinn two months the city council has been holding from onq to two sessions a week considering mas- ters affecting tho city. In tho lan- guage of ono cf tho aldermen: "It has been strenuous times around the city hall Oyer pnco tho bonds woro sold and acliivu work begun on tho raving in AWono' but since tho now char- ter Ins been up for consideration tho task of (he aldermen and mayor has been .nore strenuous than befqre. Tuesday night after giving the entire afternoon of Tuesday to the consider- ation of tho charter the mayor ami City council met at eight o'clock and remained in sessio...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 17 February 1911

PAVEMENT PARAGRAPHS! N K Picked Up and Put in Print by a Reporter Pencil Pusher Cn "It was the best rain we've had In vab hero a few days ago on business w thrco youra'-Rev. S. T. Morris Tyo. r t J. A Grim was ovor from Anson and although It was Sunday ho had ub "You ought ot soo my wheat and oat flclds" Mayor E. N KIrby Abilene. book him for The Reporter. He used to live hero and the many friends of Mrs. Crlm are glad to loarn that her health has greatly improved in the last fow months. TV". Don't want anything bqttcr for a month or two" W. II. Hooper Caps district. 1S Li ft K 'X "This country is the host in Texas rain or no rain" W. II Baird Now Tuscola. ' "It was the best rain wo'vo had for three yoarB'' C. M. Davta throe miles northeast. "I'm giving you no 'chin music' when I tell ' you the country is all right" W. S. Chlnn Potosi. ."Only a look across our wheat fields now and our old milch cows give the golden-colored milk and butter" -R. M. Brown Potosi. "Tho Brazos river vall...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 17 February 1911

rUr. fctwilT CA CuUm U 11 rCv J 7v li SVgts'- ; SpecvaVVa Historic Old Edenton JSf. C. UNWRITTEN HISTORY OF THE CtVIL WAR HOW A. GOOD OLD MAN WAS REVENGED nilnd murder In enso Uicy were ob- structed In their designs. They wont to. tlio mansion and 'with threats of death forced the negroes to open the doors wont In nnd threatened Mr Johnson who waH.too feeble' to do anything more than look at thorn then found his strong-boz opened this with n croW-hnr took out jewels and other Tho courthouse was built ln'vatuablos which they stuffed In tholr nnd Its secoiid fioor was for pockets. This done they demanded As n director of the Stato Museum nt Halolgh and a membor of tho Stato Literary and Historical Society of' North Carolina Col. Fred A. Olds who Is visiting In Abllono goes to ev- ery part of that state and very fre- quently Visits some of tho charming old towns near the coast ont of those being Edenton a town founded In 170.S. 1740 MISSIONARY TELLS ' OF FAMINE HORRORS Autumn Crops Ful...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 21 February 1911

ABILENE SEMI-WEEKLY REPORTE u It VOLUME XXXI AUILENE TEXAS TCKSBAY FEBRUARY 21 Mil. Dumber m. 1 t s M Jl SENATE !i CEASE LABORSIMARCH Hill CONCURRENT RESOLUTION PRES- ENTED TODAY MANY BILLS SENT TO COMMITTEES SELL IE STATE RAILROAD Dill to That Effect Introduced In the Senate by Terrell of McLennan Places Sale Price with tho Penitentiary Hoard. By Associated Press. AUSTIN Feb. 20. Terrell of Mc- Lennan introduced a bill. .in' the Senate today authorizing the sale of the Btat.o railroad if consummated In six monthB mid falling in thnt to lease it. Tho minimum sale price Is to be Axed by tho Board of Penitentiary Commission- ers. This bill Was Influenced by a re- commendation of the Governor in his prison message to the Legislature in which ho strongly advised the sale of the state railroad; because as he poin- ted out it is being operated at a heavy loss to tho state. .Adjournment March 11. A concurrent resolution was Intro- duced for adjournment of tho Legisla- ture March 11. It was...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 21 February 1911

EE. "'?' WS" ' '"W1' ''' 'J'1'1' !' WJJ" y ABILENE SENH-WEEKLY REPORTER i. THAT KEB.TO.RIO GKANDrf. SUBgCXlFTldX SATES t crnmeous roflcctkm upon tho charactrBtandlng or refutation of any person firm or corporation which may jjjtur a tho columnB oTho Reporter win uo giaaiy cor- "e tei Hpon its being brought to tho attention of the firm. TELEPHONES and Circulation S. W. 6-7; Roberta C-7Ono Ring Editorial Ofllco Roberta 151. ggi- atered afl second class mall at Abilene Texas October 14 1908. VEMU7AI1Y RAINFALL AND ClHjfe PROSPECTS. "When tho yenr 10Q9 tho dryesf sl.nco Jio establishment tho UnlUd States Weather Bureau H Abilene (In 1S86) camo to a close and the people entered uppn another year that of 1910 It la very probable had citi- zens of Tuylqv county known that during the twelve mouths u follow there wquld bo ouly 15Jil Inches of rainfall there would have been one of tho most notable migration i of human belngB over witnessed from this or any other country. They would ' have flo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 21 February 1911

m i iw 1 t I wl"" r ' 1 r PAtil r ' l I V . J . .w " X T Journey Civle Backwardness Mounfd RangwsTh Insurrtetion- Irrigation Monro Dootrlna Tlio presont Insurrection in Moxico 1b undoubtedly tbo most oxtonslvo movement since President Diaz camo In power. It is very difficult for peo- ple on Villa Bldo of the Rio Grande which the Mexicans by tho way call tlip Rio Bravo to understand tho pco- plo to tho southward of that stream all tho way to tbo Up end of South America. As a matter of fact tho dif- ference between those Latin-Americans and us of the United States Is as a talented Mexican put it In a con- versation with mo exactly ad great as "tho difference between tho North Polo and the South Polo; Ho said that tho two peoples did hot under- stand each other either in Europo or on this Bldo of the ocean and he muBt bo about right In fow parts of tho world does n llttlo stream form such a barrier of separation of thought and habit and motive and life as does this Rio Grando of which ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 21 February 1911

1 t- 'tir--W'7": vvift? Xjr -iTjrv' "V? i T?' M4aipff 1 t ji4uc nm !y"m' ''- ( P"- 5a ONE MORE BATTLE Tint Was What General Lee Wanted Before Yielding. HJS TALK WITH LONGSTREET. Majr Ranton's Interesting Account ef Scene In tha Confederate Com- wander's Cheerless Tent the Night fere the Surrender. An Interesting account of the dra- matic scene at General Lee's headquar- ters the night before he surrender when the Confederate commander was till determined to strike ono more Mow for tlio cuuso for which he was Ightlng Is given by Major A. 11. II. Sanson In Harper's Magazine. Major Sanson writes: "When I arrived at headquarters General Lee was hi n tent sitting with General Longstrect on soma bundles ef rye straw the ground being wet from the rain at the upper sldo of the tent with one- caudle for n light I made my report and the general told e to wait as he wished to see me. Ho asked mc If 1 had had anything to eat and I told him no. lie said ho was sorry he had nothing to otter mp. H...

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