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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 1 November 1910

j - -w rxm ENGLISH AVIATORS URGE GATHERING AT SEMI-ANNUAL SPREAD COL. SHARMAN VISITOR IN ABILENE SATURDAY More Sensational LAND BENNETT COP p.vnnn rti.mt in in. it .1 mitron wn TEXAS CENTRAL OFFICIAL HERE OX BUSINESS. WAS MEMBERS FRIDAY JUtiHT. ' t J i J ft IV i S Grahame-White Brings Renown to the ' Arms of Great Britian on Aviation Field SETS GIANT CROWD TO ROARING Resourceful Britisher Safely Pilots Air Cr if r Over Ardu- ous Course and Wins Laurels . Sought in Air. tBy Associated Press. RELMOST PARK X. 1 (Rulletlii) Oct. 29. Grahame-White leading the .English lentil In the international inlutlon contest being lucid here was Officially anarded tlie.Jnines Gordon Itcmfctt cup tills afternoon. Gra- liniiicWhite'.s licrforniance on tlio last four lnp this the most schsntlonal eer ecn on an American aviation field mid tlio biff generous crowd fairly Mioutcd Itself hoarse acclaiming tlio darjng Rrltlshcr's net. By Associated Press. NEW YORK Oct" 29 Today's big event in connection with...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 1 November 1910

if t A vr IM T r t. If" Ik. I If ' I aii :! ma MioM'i J-' rtWMi i Hfwrot st . U---1T "HBffMr u Z I A HTIm. v 9m JJVH& 5 IB: -I 1; m m I- n ff & JHARjit nHKJHf cBIBfi (f ' ill ii u I n nrt I ' - ' " ' ..II JT fciwii ii mi ii t. 4 hi " i r i MK I An Interview Master S. BY AV H. WRIGHT. 'GALVESTON Oct. 31Lcft on tho high seas hor rnntnin'on board re- fusing to desert hor. tho lour Minuter lacerated snectnclc. The Hollywood carried a crew or seven men exclusive of her captain and was heavily loaded with cypress lumber. She ran afoul of the terrible tornado when sixty-four miles wctf of Key WcBt and hor shifting deck load of heavy lumber badly tore her i1o1tr. Thn four mastB blow awcy Inraniln rvheh nixLvvfour nilleS WOS'l' decks. Tho four mastB blow awcy scnooncn moiuswoou wau niaster "-a - --- . . . twit ms superiors win u.uui um u' bound f'rdm New Orleans to New York Kalloiis became filled with salt wa- toWcl to NflW york whun URi flrm with BlSMriO feel of cypress lumber tJr m...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 4 November 1910

ABILENE SEMI-WEEKLY FARM REPORTER s i vm.uMit xxx AKII.KNK TKXAS NOVIiMMIII I in M'MRKK H itt t! I.' i . GOL li. E. MM iTfl iiiiu nncq REWARD in:injrAim;HH ' I'iilil limnt I'uum V.. -.1 I I' V win ..kim 1 nnii iwt - t ll Not. 3rd HMO AN HONOltER ABILENE COHN'THY FlONEEIt DIES FOLLOWING UENEHAL BREAKDOWN. DEATH WAS NOT UNEXPECTED Col. Carter lliul Itccti Conllncd to His Red For Three Weeks; leaves Widow niul Four Children; Sketch of His Life. From Thursday's Dally: Another Ablleno country pioneer litis gone to his reward. Col. Itlclmrd 13. Carter a Well known and highly respected citizen of Abilene died at his home North Fourth and Hickory streets at ono o'clock this morning following" a general physical break- down which had kept him confined to his bed for the- better part of three weeks. Heath Not Unexpected. Death was not unexpected. Col. Car- tor had been In a serious condition for some days and since Monday it was apparent' to the physicians and members of the household that de...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 4 November 1910

I ( i -.! iNpw - MINI GDUHIY DOCTORS IN SESSION YESTEBOAY jaKlllfWIf HUCIl'.TV 1IKI.U USUAL MKKTINU IV K. OP 1'. HALL. LpflrtHMt Konuliillnii Attoptril Looking te l'urrr Water For Drlnltlng f Public In This Clly. Ill i i ii i ii. 1 1 in i i f r t rh 1 1 MWM'""'ww'fcMJww""w"WM"lM'"WM""'Mi"l'W" I in ninuitrnn ill - v Dsi v f ADMITS HE KNEW HER 1.1'I.A' WH.MAMH HAD TllUHAf l!. ;i) HIM HAYH IIATKM Fires nt llrr Three TlmeaFlfty Small Shot Found In Girl' Face Ono Through- Head Worn Wednesday's Dally; Tho reRMlur monthly meeting or the jTaylor County Medical Society was jheld yesterday nftcrmoil In tho. (Knights of Pythln8 hall on Pino street ?nn.l nnnm ItVfllltV ('IMItllV 1)11 VfllCIIlllB jwnro present. LA commlttpo consisting 01 urs. ...Mtt Gage Cash and Ifaynes was np- Ipolntcd to prepnre a resolution on the Heath of Dr. U A. Grlzrard to supple- ment n iilnurnnliv wrltoii by Dr. M. M. JCarrlck which was published In the State Medical Journal. Drs. .T. A. Adklsson of Merkel ana is. JiP....

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 4 November 1910

AtlttYMHM TWO FATALLY HURT Thousands of Specials Less than Cost . TO PECOS VALLEY ' I'm I II . . To Manufacture tll'i: lMIKNIIMMT OHIKNT HOAW hastwO!Uwt.mst.hof 011) KtfM.AM IN TOW A MOirrilHOrXl) T. A II V. THAW COLI.IDKS WITH FUi:i(llIT AT IIO.NKY 81ltlNUS DICKINSON GOES IN RAILWAY WRECK mmmJ Ik ht w. IMPS STATE LEGISLATURE Says J.ntv Makers ut Austin nro Un Friendly to Jtnllrond Hulldlng mill Looks for General Lull In Construction. PASSENGERS ARE INJURED Now is the time to buy $5 to $10 Saved on Every Suit FORT WORTH Nov. 2. 13. Dickin- son VIco President or tho Kansas City Uexlco' & Orient railway accompanied by Frederick Hurdle and Frank Adlor london capitalists passed through Fort Worth today en. route to tho Pecos Valley where they will Inspect tho country with tho vlow of making largo purchases. Dickinson rapped tho Statu Legisla- ture saying It Is unfriendly td railroad building. Ho took occasion to remark that until the law makers nt Austin kold out the hand of friends...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 4 November 1910

r ' .XhmJm1 US RECEIVE .ll KM IDAS FIDIKR WUI1H W. M. MtNAIl OP IM.AMI A 1. k. iuin.son op (itKiivim; ki:waui:i. JIVES COMRADES' LIVES Jteeh Entered Well li llcsciip "Work- men From Sufwriitlon Award- (Ml Cash Dona. (IdllH PIITSttURG Pu. Oct. .11. Tho Cnr- f negla Horo Fund Coinnilssion tonight anio flfty-clght awards tho largest aambcr over handed down. Thoro aroro twenty-eight bronzo medals thirty silver medals and $12250 dis- posed of In tho award today. Tho yearly pensions In today's awards to- tal $10380 per year. The awards stretch from Southern California to the Atlantic Coast and Texas conies In with two heroes W .Benjamin McAtiulIy of Piano Tex. awd John It. Hansom or Cleburna Tex. JfcAnalty for his heroism In saving -Jtobcrt U Monlson from suffocation Ha a -well at Piano on March 22 100D ?to given a bronze medal and $1000 for any worthy purpose to be approved by ifco Carneglo executive committee. Mc- U .Anally weighed but 107 pounds while oho -man ho rescued weighed 170. u...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 4 November 1910

- M: 1-Sl M1HbTJ FLOGK Mi SIT 001 Vith the Little Prices Tl I '' am IIG PURSUED " ""--.-... .---' PWWWMW ...... -.--- - ... "W PRICES THROUGH NOVEMBER xitract the attention of the shopping public throughout this section. November rchandise bought in the largest and best markets-merchandise that is new and itober demonstrated our ability to under-buy and under-sell any and all compe- te conditions of the country and with the intention of pounding prices down to ist of prices cut to the core-read it over carefully. Every price quoted breaks i I 'L'i ter Prices Here fa t e Core Kv shoes made Shoo Co. and High class eftire the prices : 1 1.0 ... spo uu Sees .&. .$3 15 $2 70 .$2 25 .$1 80 neim and R J. t . . .$5 85 . ..$5 40 ...$4 50 . . .$3 60 ...$3 15 ...$2 70 ...$2 25 aJU.boys and ft ms: . . . . . $ Mr .$00 re so $14 85 .$13 50 its follows : $12 15 ..$1125. . $9 95 ....$6 95 . . . .$5 95 2.")i (iiiility oC Indies slooks very pretty. stvles special price 15c 1 00 duality ladies' ki...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 4 November 1910

nmmt m N u t I'! i INTRODUCE SOME LETTERS IN CASE aukukd io iiwi: ih:i:s nitir TKN M MIIN. NTIIIflUII'I T 'TESTIMONY IS SENSATIONAL l.hflj I'tfclil Hi'tHH-n Altarnojs No-ton- Letters iuto AUoni-il to Ho Itcntl Defendant nils I'nroiiicrneil. Special to Tlio Reporter. WACO Nov 2 When tho trlu! of Mm Mlnnln Iji Htrolullt. CllnrL'cll with tho murder- of ncr htiBbnnd was -cHiinicd this morning tho state offor- tl in evidence throe lcttora alleged I to have boon written by the defendant n to men acquaintances Put Mnssey A. S Easloy Will Eilmoiul Captain Soluy and Edwin Snood all exports on hniid- I is nting uocnin'u uiui uiu luuuia iiuuiuu uiu mi-ov .jm. -..v. ..-..... A bom written by tho same band after! women headed tho crowds of strikers u ruing declared that tho lottora Had ulvlnc them a careful examination One of tho letters Introduced was addressed to Uolieit Wood and began .... . . ...it. n.11.. f.t .. t 1 ' "Darling Robert." This letter abound cd In endcaibig terms Another wns ad...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 4 November 1910

i TA9 MltRfl COUNCIL ODES In ilrftwliijt In n clone litil Hie onllooit for n tmd hiimII ijrnln nn next ywtr is OR" Mid Urn (nrtiler. .1. M Hiovoiimm of Tokeen en i mite 3r if & r j- HER NK TEXAS Hirri.lTIIH' COMPANY or WACO AWARDED IMPORTANT CONTRACT TUESDAY LIGHT CONTRACTS AWARDED Streets In UiiHlnrSs anil Residence Dis- tricts Will Ilo Lighted With Ilotli Electricity nnd Ons. More Cement Walks At 11 mooting of the city council Tuesday nftcrnoon nt tliroo o'clock Uie Toxns Illttillthlc company wns awarded a contract for paving Chest- nut street from flic south lino of South First street to the north lino of South Third fltreet TJio prlotf bid by tho company is tho saiiio Uio city will pay for the other work which was awarded the company some months ago. A resolution ordering cement side- walks on North ThIVd Street from Hickory to Pine was passed on Its third and flnnl reading. The Ablleno Light & Water company were awarded a contract for forty- seven lights to be placed In...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 4 November 1910

HM v.mr m TESTIMONY tHDEO III STREIGHT CASE mm' sty attoiim'.v pat miit iht itm:hhtOhi: I'l'TOVSTAM). ATTORNEYS BEGIN ARGUMENTS o Tlnin l.lnill Set Ktir Their Speech. riVIII Llkelj Occupy Two Dnjs Trial Has Color- ed Noiirlj A Month. WACO Nov. H. Tim taking of evi- dence In the trial of .Mrs. Minnie Iahj Strelght charged with the lpurdcr of j her husbnnd T. E. Strelght late editor of the McGregor Mirror ended at noon today. Counsel at Sword Points. Throughout the morning session the opposing counsel fought over tho nd- inlsaahlllty oT certain doenmerttary ovl- dence Introduced berore the grand jury which indicted Mrs. Strolght tho defense seoklng to have such given to tho jury. Judge Munroc overruled the motion declaring the evidence immate- rial. ' Ncff Goes On Sloud. County Attorney Pat Noff whose slster-ln-liiw was arrested for alleged complicity but later released went on tho stand this morning and testified for more than an hour. Ills testimo- ny was not material Arguments Hegi...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 8 November 1910

ABILENE SEMI-WEEKLY FARM REPORTER VA 51' VI I 'k ? f VUM'MR XXX JIIIMJXK TEXAS TllSlM NUVKMIIEU n IIUII. M'MrfKN M. UPIIFPFS HANGING SET KB 23 CONVICT!!!) 3Il?ltl)KllKtt GRANTED STAY OF EXECUTION BY A BIHTISH COURT NATION IS POLITICAL HOT-BED ON EVE OF GENERAL ELECTION NfflNI W a ENGUSH LAW SO PROVIDES o SHOCK KILLED IIElt Two "Weeks Must Elapse Between ttio Tlmo of Dismissing tito Appeal nnd Carrying Out Execution Crip. pen Is Hopeful By Associated Press. LONDON Eng. Nov. 7. It was of- ficially announced 'toduy that Dr. Har- ry Haw-Kay Crlppcn convicted and sontonccd tq death for the murder of IiIb wife Belle Elmore Crlppen will not be oxecutcd tomorrow for tho rea- son that the law provides that two wooks must clapso between tho dis- missal of appeal and tho carrying out of tho sentence. November 23 la tho now date for tho hanging. Pointed. Out by Tobln Attorney Tobln who defended Crip- pen In his trial shrewdly pointed out this phase of tho British law Saturday and tho court has ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 8 November 1910

"" 'W.fWt ssosm 1 ROOSEVELT IT GLEVELAND I. rnimi l iropulnr rlftliin In rMHir Men lutiotf roinliis. Hh rnUr1 mmhlm Uflwl with Hio I'RUhp nf Nnllinml tlBhWUy Ui frtVnr Hip plait " liwtlllr ndvii Ihmi wi nr torhtKttmt rlsliU. Aiwv rniwl lijf I'mnluVnt TnM ntul Uif Af tttu ' M tlthl l1 IfKlnlMIVf cXwu 'willon of is hit h him 1 hm w tuvr ami Jtullrlnl ndlon It Hiimiid no hint wimor urn hihmii m wntMtv. m uiHti'- "li'itr ihnl Hh' National nnd Htnlo 'ilitniKlt It 1 nectmnnrv Unit Uif tow oviTiiinMilu tnknt Jointly rover the nlmll o muoh furilnr In Ui mntinr. whole field of mmrhnieut m thill Tlil lton provides tor nn HttliWiuoHl. !thn nlinU not ho loft nny liohntnuto Hoii-mrllimti torlft comiulMlnu of rx- . - ... . .....i.. .v.. niiitittu limn nnii ntMiirni uruuim. in wiuou itib wnu sunn nroreiMi v nm u "- ITLvvviiu in iihUtiiis .wroiiK-iloom sumclctiUy wealthy to ho ntuntilton Uint thv proiecim- nyatom in only of HopnbllcntfB but nil tor-ueelng ifunw iVii V'vi'iiirij Inlilci lo hlrn the ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 8 November 1910

i4 aii: t nil " " . x. CtNlY CMDT MIHtER TEN A TMN6 OF PAS! wdwsiiith.se mm wars m. z .tmrnn hiweep IH;STINAfliO IH CVHHM.TOV M0 ICMMMVII'KN HH iiiciiiiV:i 10 M'iiui: Hii;itsin: onimkti:n mis H.Vl'HKtt IllttVV IMIVKtit ii:.M(iriiiiir r.t.Miio m.mmisii UIVKHOt'TKHH.MATKH wiiiihi; win: is whikr. .MiiMvi.vrcit nm'Hiis. I mm Sl tti ?1 J A f : fl M ii. r- $f al-ot f ffiTn- I...1' rf ' of Ih HHinrrfH)'H ficxulom C(iH(lnllHllCl'8 iKSItl'il The October form of County court in n thing of tliu past. .TuiIko Dlcdfloo wound tip tho full biiBliiesn Sn.tu.rdny afternoon and closed Ids dockets with .much satisfaction. Tho following aHr.s wore disposed of: II. A. Krwln vorsiiB Western Union Telegraph Company suit for damages TnoHoih Ai'i'omimH) ('orpm'l HiTtlcr. Hold nl Howe HHturdHy Mghl AHcmled bj MHiiy Frtondo. The liody of thu lulo .IqIiii tlultnr Sr who died Wednesday night ut linlC imst seven o'clock following u sudden ultuek of theuinrttlani of tho henrt was slil))ied Saturday night at mid- ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 8 November 1910

MIRE THREATENS A MS- III SPAIN KNKKAtfNTHIKi: CUTS OI'K Till! -K MIll'l'I.ll'S AMI IIIOTH lS Altl'. IMMINENT. r Associated Press: -AdVlc- IlCKUEniiRE. Franco. Nov " Ui from Bnbiuloll Spain say Hint tho mn la Btrlcken with famine its a re .lit of tho general strike which cut otf jddIIcs. Tho people- arc cxeitcu ami Jfcaorders arc frequent. Other towns re threatened with similar Bltuntlons. .-thousand troolm lmVe hcon entrained w Harcolonn. All leaves of nbschco I army men liavo been cancalled. : fci; Tho snniinow. ANGELO ELEVEN ILL PLAY HERE SPEEDY fONClIOIiANW F00THAL1 r.liKVKN HKANTKD A Ui;TUiM enuaiu:mi:nt fiiiday. REGEPliON BEING PUNNED Alilleno Ho)R Feel That It Is Up to Them io Oho Visitors a Rojnl Time J "Went End Pnrk AV11I He Scene. HMMDN'S ELECTION IS - ACCREDITED FORECAST HEME.' IS THAT HIH MAJORITY WIMi KXCHKH ! llHnllnK The llrpuhllran Nominee Has Met Omul KcrcptlonH Hood Iniprrsslon on 'Audiences .from Harper's Weekly. Tho unusual optical phenomenon of fA now produced b...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 8 November 1910

PANIC. iiVK 5 V DEMON SHIPS VhIi That fjmd lo MovtH by lh Spirit of l)Mlrtilleiu Thorn lii nn nlil (.'uiiiIhIi Icunnd of n ' phantom nIiI which I aeon In or off l'ortlieurno hnrliiii ntul which iintlla moat ittiuntir. linn h nrrlfylhg Imlilt of lnirfUliiK tiny vcmt'l which It bIkIiIm If ll entclica Ita victim tlie.ro Is n coIIIhIoii but ho rum uf lunching I wntor. At tlio Moment of oonlnet the Khost Nlilp vuiiIrIiph Into thin nlr ntul the ptiKxIrd craw of the other vessel nib their eyes In tei-rlllcd ntniix'oincnt. To nny one who knows the legend the vessel that 8ii w the phantom ship Is however doomed Hoforo tlio next Now Venr'js day slio will bo sunk In collision with another Vessel or n rock. One wonders whether the original of this phantom at nil resembled tlmt notable nnd appropriately named yncut ' Bntnnltn The Sntunltn nn a line und very powerful cutter which originally belonged to Mr. 0. D. Clnrko nnd after- ward to Sir Mnurlco KlUgcrnld. The Bntnnltn was a hard weather craf...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 8 November 1910

Wp2frty!KiVf& '" r " -- rui'i mwiiat M!MX - tj8&p4PuMifil3MP90nVI i Tam Laxarttf Qtiit &?e (Shorotigbhred Game Tex. rUoeUiimn ninl Itatiuvr I " ' ' ' West Texas News Items Vrt) Hwi'i'Uvnlcr Ilenorler. li.ni Uarn h. nU the rne.. !- Ka un;o name That monnifr Hint (ho thoroughbred imtiiHtry tutH Just tln whitest niitl (1m tutuurost exponent of tho sport Ot kings thnt Iiiih raced horses" hero- 11 ho ills In many a ilny. Will lu eomo back Mnyiio he will ltut thnt Is uiiotlior story. Last night Mr. Izarus was in Fort Worth 'In company with C. .1. Kloburg on routo to IiIb Taylor county rnnch where ho will turn over to Mr. Kloburn Old Mncy tho premier stal- llon of the ranch and fifteen brood nmrea which will ho tnkun to tho King ranch In South Tcxns. Tho horses will be "shipped nt once mid tho thoroughbred rnrm which has been tho very apple of tho Inznrus cyo will become a nicniory. Incidentally It nmy bo remarked thnt tho matrons which will ncconi- puriy Old Mucy to their new ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 8 November 1910

VMr MM h MRS. STRHGHT GETS t THE LIFE SENTENCE Jury in Notorious the Defendant Guilty of the Crime Charged. CONVICTED WOMAN SOBS ON COT Breaks Down When Verdict Is Read by the Clerk; Few Present in Courtroom; Jury Unani- mous for Conviction. Special to Tho Reporter. WACO Nov. 5 Mrs. Minnie lee Straight who lias been on trial here for scleral weeks on a charge of murder wis sentenced. to life Imprisonment by the jury today. "WACO Nov. 5. Tho jury In tho caso ot Mrs. Minnie Leo Straight charg- ed with tho murder ot her husband T. E Stroight returned a verdict In District Judge Munroe's court at aquartor nfter nine o'clock this morn Ing finding tho defendant guilty ofrnurder Jn the first degree and assess ing her punishment at Hfo Imprlson-ment. TERDICT WAS UNANIMOUS. U Is stated on ' good authority that counsel for the defense after tho verdict hud been returned took a poll of the jury and found that verdict for life Imprisonment was unanimous MRS. STKEIGIIT SOUS. - Mrs. Strelght lyin...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 8 November 1910

fmtmmam ffaMNMaM hw. v.iwr n H Ma n '' DDFPADF FOR- :"f ;f m KMmmJ '-r I Ai i : ft- A SJy. ;W Ei. tvJ T?TlCfcS Ko)fcmW TtotfVM Wus moxvV De ave Vei$ ncej 6vly 3aY oota vV5 Qveaev. OjmtVvm o vs stofo vvo swuuiffiox ty as ow 53L Svoxv fav v& wrtVre mwVwmW"tov&& so Xo Vovfiev ev vvv.ejvav ov awa vciows v; so wftew. m Kvxvti ov TmouWv. ve sauva.s W wwi ave so men w& maoYo.c. tXmp.w wpw awc pWvexv Vs A)wv compete. Corns ave wStev' axvi Y$ meaws owv Vrowrefo vces veaVvie au cftJrfEv sVove. wered rni IY-TO- WEJ "Boys awd &vs 0c oss &ic Wo I1.1V0 opened another cnso of this Bplendld stocking for tlits work. Tans and bladks in medium and heavy weights for boys and girls all sizes a good 20c value sold by somt. stores for a quarter here you can buy them two pahs for a quaiter. For this week per pair 12c T&ssaYvxes vcv "Sootoav Our footwear values stand unrivaled We allow no shoddy ohoes or material to creep into our stock because of th'; lower price at Avhlch wo co...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 11 November 1910

ABILENE SEMI-WEEKLY FARM REPORTER "htlf.KNR TKXA9 rHWVVNOVr.MMDH II tlH. VM.UXK xx.v M'.MHKK t7. AMERICAN AMBASSADOR IS ATTACKED MEXICO CITY RIOT RESULTING FROM ANTI-AMERICAN FEELING BECOMES SERIOUS FOLLOWING TABLE GIVES LOCAL VOIE PRDMENEN7 MEN III ABILENE TDDAY LATE RETURNS CONFIRM DEMOCRATIC VICTORIES FOUR STATES FORMERLY REPUBLI- CAN NOW DEMOCRATIC POLICE ARE AGTIVE IN QUELL 1NG DISTURB- ANCE THEY KILL 3 MEXICANS. BITTER SENTIMENT PREVAILS These Fatalities Arouse Natives to a High Pitch of Excite- ment. Special to The lfcportcr. SAN ANTONIO Nor. 10.-AuIces rweltcd hero from Lnrcdo state that rioters in Mexico fit) today attempted tiro life of United States nmbassudor TVilsen. A report coming from sources con- sidered rollablo say8 that the attempt on. the life of the embassador was mado early today. The attack in the culmination of an anti-American dem- onstration which began night before EEta which two Mexican students and a Mexican onlooker were killed by the police while ende...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter — 11 November 1910

n PlfKFMII k'llTFUL STATES lorKATic ai.i.itiiMTY jx iioi'si: OF ItKlMtKHUNTATIVKH IS ClIUtAIN. EPUBLIGANS MAKE NO GAINS T . .. .. .... I IreirlH Slates Where mnr uunui dates Worn Elected It Was iy Reduced riurrtllllcs Returns by States. Xnto returns today nml rolsod flg- nt Iinnd show that the Democratic ajsrity lit tlio House will bo nt least 67 aad possibly more compared with present Republican majority of . Tlio returns also show that tlio Sepublican majority In the Senate Is mpldly nppronchlng the vanishing ipist. The Rcpiibllcuns now seem Msared of 18 senators or ono more ffcaii necessary for a majority but ttwro nro n number of states1 jet In nRH Wo and West Virginia elected Pern eratic legislatures. India tin's legls Ifataro Is now in doubt. The Icglsln- lw8 of Ion I'onnsylTiinln Washing- and rtnh are Itepnbllcan without l-iMritt. It is bcliocd that the leglsla- f Missouri Is safely Democratic. The plurality of DIx Democrat in 3Tew York Is placed nt U.1000. Wilson eaecrnt was...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Farm Reporter
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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