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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 3 March 1911

ABILENE SEMI WEEKLY REPORTER VOLUME XXXI XUILKNK TEXAS FRIDAY MARCH 3 1011 NUMBER 23 1 OS E SESSION A BUSY ONE TODAY TEXAS CEYPHAL.KATV CO.NSOLL RATIOX DILL KILLED 111 HE- QUEST OF BACKERS. SENATE NOT HOLDING SESSION Senators at Houston Observing Tcns Independence In) Throo Pros mid Threo Antls on Redls- trlctlni? Committee. By Associated Press: AUSTIN .March 2.-Tho llouso com- mittee on common curriers today kill- ed the TexnsCcntrnl-Knty consolida- tion llll nt tho request of tho meas- ure's backers. Those who requested that tho measure bo killed gave aB their reasons. Governor Colquitt's rea- sons as stated In his opposition to tho measure. The Senate- committee on senatorial districts placed throo jiros and throo antls on the subcommittee to make a redisricting bill. "o Senate Session. ' There was no session of tho Senate today as members of that branch of the legislature aro In adjournment out of honor to Texas Independence day. Most of the Senators are at Houston on invitation...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 3 March 1911

f tAGt 1'lTe ii '! REPORTER SOLIGITER'S FIRST VISIT TO TRENT J'liu-k) lAUUi Town Holding is Own lhpjlo (h6 Jtnvagcs of a no .Years Drouth. Armed with ft bundle of SetuNWook- Xy ItcjKirters tho'solidtor wont out on tho J:27 Svootwatpr limited Friday nvciiliiR his destination being Trent' n small but progressive llltlo town b1x inllos west of Mortal. There's a good hotel fn Trent hut hotels do not np- Deal to my.nppotlio vw I know of n itood feather bod ami a. woll-tlllod .smokehouse awaiting mo Just outside tho town limits and as noon as my friend X T. Sklllerii received n phono jm-Hsngo from his soil Charlie that I was in town ho hitched up old Deck and came In .after- mo nnd the warm welcome nnuVgraolous hospitality -by John and Ills family will linger with me through tho coming years. It was nway back In the "TO's when John and the writer donned their epurllngeloth cs Mid wont out: together in the hills of Wawno oourity Tennessee and of course wo put in several hours talk-.n Ing n...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 3 March 1911

v Plllf TW'V Congressional Redistricting Plan Adopted by House Committee Henry and Hardy Callaway and Smith and Qregg and Dies Will Find Themselves Doubled Up if Bill Is Passed One Peculiar Gerrymander Provided For. Al STIN Kob. 27 rriio house com- mitter on congressional redistricting met tonight and received the report ol tln BubcomniiUoe .appointed to draft a redistricting hill. The repoit was adopted with notice or a minority re- poil by Stevens MeNenl and Rucks. Tire HUbeomirilttoe's bill throws tyo i ongri'tlsiueti togtjlii'r in lhio ln- Manees. namely lleni'y and Ilaidy; Callaway and Sinlth and GrKg and Dies. It gives Hudspeth a chinn swoop in the 1CI Paso dlHtriet nnd also gives free BWlng to ai)y ambition lieutenant Governor Davidson may have no con- gressmen being In the districts which Include the homos of those men. A now district is provided for Rayburn Loony and Sturgeon to scrap'ovor up In North Tevns. One peculiar ganymnntier lis ll.nl unit Which sweeps wMtwaid from ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 3 March 1911

r TAGE fOUR )') i I; J ABILENE SEMI-WEEKLY REIOITER SUBSCRIPTION BATES 7Mr . MmUu .U.00 . .50 Aarf .rroneous reflection upon tho characterstandlng or rutatlon of any pors6n firm or corporation which may Appear In tho columns of The Reporter will bo gladly cot- rooted upon Its being brought to tho attontion of tho firm. TELEPHONES: UMlneuB an. Circulation S. W 6-7; ItobertB G-7Ono iilng Editorial Ofllco Roberts 151. .- 5P' Entered a8 second class mall ai Abilene Texas October v .14 .1008.. Abilene has to her Credit tho fact that she never Imitates she gets up and proposes nhd then goes In for the accomplishment of the task. The man. who objects to that Is short somewhere. Property is the basis of all prosperity. AVe may In- crease our Wealth by croatlng property adding value to property ami by moving property into tho community. The farms mines and flshorles are the natural TTroduc- Ing lines of industry and Increase wealth The vote on the Ixnimor question is a great compli- ment to ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 3 March 1911

h ' i i n mill in In i i i . iW boiledbamkRotes 'T Cauitio Soda Used to Destroy Worn Out French Currency. Everybody known that wornout banknote In this country are destroy- ed by maceration at tho treasury de- partment but the manner In which the notes of -tlio Bank of Franco tiro de- stroyed Ib probably not ho well known. At the head office of the Hank or Franco there is n pcrmnucnt tribunal before which all doubtful paper bj brought. The tribunal wrltcB "nnulo" on Uio faces of the banknotes.' Tho judgment is countersigned by tho treasurer and they are taken to tho cellars It) which the printing blllco is situated. In tho presence of the bank's olllcial they are brought out for an- nihilation. Distributed one by ono into baskets tbo condemned notes aro emp- tied into a great cylinder half tilled with water and caUstlc soda. Tho' orlllco of the cylinder is then locked and set In motion. It turns for two days at tho end of which tlmo tho officials who presided at tho be- ginning of t...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 3 March 1911

tffaflMtf rtf PAGK SIX n BITUL1THIC WURK WAS RESUMED THIS MORNING Walter scales leaves.' ietteu fimmi lewis S1IAIU. hfVCiioIiene i Whs Hefrltrernfliig Engineer at Ice' A 1'loneer (Wren of Abilene Hut He's III..... If !..! 1.11... .i.. I It !... . !.. ... k ih I'liuit Hire For Flic VcilfB (Joiic West to (Jrow I'll Willi (Joes io (jL'Orgl. Coimto 1 - - --jr" " ' ri j 1 Tkx SouVcte id ihc uhnV OotitM u Aii AV r'Al-h Tire aource or tiioc aiT'niP yvu v ! Full Forces of Workmen on .loli Again Conclusion Coriu-H ) Itli; An oilier Week. (TIIUltSDAY.) A few weeks ago I C. Sharp traded (TitORSDAYO The thrdft ateuih rollers mod by ttio lUtuiitiiu freaplo wrro fired up this morning add started to 'work tit spyoii o't liii'k. The word lintl been .passed out to tin- laborers that toyoryctiji was wanted today and accordingly h full fniif WHtf present Wlien tho starting uiiistlb lilijwt ' There Is Only ft hnlf bloeHlfTt' toil ca' on. Chestnut street. ThtJ rmvlng hH becnhiyed oir Ike. wipst Mile us ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 3 March 1911

VAGE 8EVE5 I I SENATE SUSTAINS L OB LI VOTE VIMH'AT1 SENATOll OF HR1BERY FAME VKUY CLOSE; COUNT WAS 10 10 10. NO MORE LEAD PIPES ON SODA FOUNTAINS TEXAS SENATORS OPPOSED Bailey Voted For Eorlnier Culberson Against; Gnllcrlcs Crowded (Went Seiisaiion CrenU'd When Vote. Taken. By Associated Press. WASHINGTON Sluroh 1. The gal- leries and corridors of . thp Sonattj Slate l'uro Food Commissioner Abbott Lays Down Administration Policy Sfjunri'ly. By Associated Press. DKNTON March l. State Puro Foqd Commissioner AbboU issued a bulletin todny prohibiting the UBo of any lead pipes In connection. with soda foun- tains because examination pf carbo- nated wnter which passed through the pipes showed that presonco of load poison and other doleatar'ous sub- stances in each examination. Policy of Ills llQpiirtnnml. "I t will bo the policy of my depart- ment to keep articles under- tho bfcad of food as puro as possible"' said i)'e I Commissioner "It is' small wonder that GOVtiUH WOES DAYLIGHT CON P...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 3 March 1911

T"7"t a smmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmwi mttnfmamtmmm&uummmam H iS J.I r . h 'lr fr.HT fc-. Corns (JCION NKNS. Had il not ralnad so mticli nnd given ' it snob fno nenso.is wo Wgitld have complained at tho sovero cola weather uut so long as It ruing Wo have no com l-i.i e to make In regard to cOld JfEllCUlll' At 31. That Temperature Mas Recorded nt Local Weather Bureau nt Early Hoar Thltf Morning. vSOXWQYYOltt ""ue. .Xort Cdrs.tlcre W1-anCoIfiGteh0Mngaln(o ' . will o 0 m lay " lie demonstration frossard y WjKS&jRT TAeylTace In (Front We hate n complex stock ot the newest mode-Is leprosentathe of the Now School oi Design. COMi: TOMORROW And allow the mamrfnctuivr'B ronicscntnfhn to explain to yon tho itnprou'U ents In the Gob- sard Models and fit you With tho model designed especially for jour t; iio of figure. Wo extend a cordial Invitation ' present. . . ' .. ; i . .. i.... .... . . A report iron me lucm wwi.hui. - 'True wo regiot the losa or 80 much of iV "'l' . . ... frtp i M IVHlt mm....

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 7 March 1911

ABILENE SEMI-WEEKLY REPORTE VOLUME XXXI ARILENF TEXAS TIESRIY MARCH 7. 1011 XtiXIIKK M. IQRIMER E OS HEARD IN TEXAS ii:tnti:iij iv'ri:n lokimer ami BVILEY TO ADDRESS THE TEXAS LEGISLA'iTHE BAILEY MEN TAKE EXCEPTION ( unstruo Resolution as a Slni at Sena- tor ltnlH'3 niul Angrily Hoot It Is Tabled la Senate Tabled in Senate. B) Associated Press; AUSTIN March C In tho halls of llu- Texas Legislature fur away from hr sceuo of original conflict echoes i if tlu Irlmer Congressional case wuv today heard; also an excellent Il- lustration of the Bailey majority In loth Senate and House In the Ilouso Terrell oi Cherokee lihI Shannon of tlie Forty Sixth In irodueed n resolution Inviting "Sen- ators Bailey of Texas rind Lorlmer or Illinois to address tlie Texas Legislat- ure on tho subject: "Purity In Foll- Ucs" Tho resolution in a splrft of One irony called these two Senators the "two greatest living champions of civic virtue." Protest- Frcm 11alic Men. No sooner had the Import of the resolut...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 7 March 1911

wvmimt'iuut0iHuimmtaijitoiiuiiwtimMiLi)mimtMrf. ...-... i mMMlWIlMBIIIMIIIJIfni '(".' itim two v rt ' . i n -:(.4 ' i -"! : ;. H 1 i fl-. :i !W U it V ' f i : ft i ' I ABILENE SEMI-WEEKLY REPORTER SUBSCRIPTION BATES J Tr ; 11.00 Months . 50 &4 erroneous roflcotlon upon :ho cUaracterstandIng or npatatlon of any person firm or corporation which may par la tho columns of Tho Reporter will bo. gladly cor rected upon its being brepght to the IHtentlOH Pf the fjnn EXI'EIIT FAIUI1X6. TELEPHONES: VuineBB an( Circulation S. V. C-7; noborts G-7Oue Ring Editorial Office Roberts 151. yUNigq t.APCi jLutered a8 second class mall at Abilene Texas October .14 1908. A drive out pVcr the country will drive out the blues of tho most pessimistic. Tho hundreds and hundreds of Holds of rich green wheat and oats are a sight beauti- ful to behold. m ' Texas produces oilo bale of cotton- per capita. We lead all Btatos in tho' Union in cotton cattle and mule3 and tsand third in horses third in hogs and f...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 7 March 1911

PAU fftttt BAILEY RESIGNS SEAT IN SENATE WITHDRAWS RESIGNATION GIST CONGRESS GOMES TO CLOSE I. TAFT FACES E JOINT HOUSES ADJOURNED NOON SATURDAY TAFT CALLS EXTRA SESSIOX. HOUSE OP REPRESENTATIVES W SPECIAL SESSIOX WILL BE NON-REPUIILICAN. Junior Senator from Texas Announces Withdrawal from Political . . Life of Nation joint: statehood defeated VOTE IS DEFINITELY FIXED OtU'ii of Oklahoma Forces n Vote; Now .Mexico Constitution I not Ratified; the Ship Subsidy ' Probe Concluded. OidrttlK'inliigly Democratic- Houso ami Hardy Kopubllcnn Srnnth Will Ho Called Into Session Tuesday April 4. LATER RECONSIDERS ACTION UNIQU STATUS At Request of Gov. Colquitt and Other Texas Friends Bailey Withdraws Resignation; Miffed with Action of Colleagues in Repudi- ating Pact He Made.' By Associated Press: f . WASHINGTON March 4 (Plash 12:13 P- m.) Sona(or Bailey pt Texas tosigned frohiho United States Senate today. The announcement wealed tremendous surprise in the Senate. In the afternoon at the behes...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 7 March 1911

mmmwmimmi!tmm'MMmatM " - - .t)PMw?iflr A5 FOUS 'r!tWT?SS5 ' t-t I:' r DEVELOPMENT EM III ARID DISTRICTS (Continued from page 1! .) dam site liaB been mentioned. When It Ib tnken into consideration tlint every drop of more than 15 feet In a cannl ot any size will also furnish power enough to warrant tho establishment of a plnnt and that a lock lowering tho water in tho cannl ten feet may by the tisp of hydraulic ramB raise water either from tho' canal or from tho underflow a distance of from CO to 150 feet a few more possibilities may be seen which only need tho pas- sago of tho next few years to make them actualities. And the men who will profit by this tato of affairs are the men who com- IK8o the Elephant Butto nnd the El Paso Valley Watty Users' associations who have signed up their land somo of tnem hardly knowing what they were doing to repay tho government for mnklng all these 'things possible. It may cost them $40 an acre or $56 an aero to start with but the predic- tion Is m...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 7 March 1911

ll9iHKSPIHffiMkjL T3 &mvA FA6I TEXAS APPROPRIATION BILL 10 PRINTfcR tars4tnf Carrie I otm or i3Juou lor icar jiinHiiir August si juisjl'wo Years $0250100. AUSTIN Tex. March J. Tho gen eral appropriation bill was Completed lv tlio committees today and Bont to Hi.- inntcrs. It cnrlies a total of $t- jlCsus for the fiscal yer ending Aug 51 y.Wl and $4412388 for the next year or a grand total of $9259100. Conipnrntlvo Figures. Tho appropriation bill passed by the Thirty-First Legislature carried a to- tal of ?901S0C8 but tho total when Gov Campbell got through blue pen- cil!! K It Wis $7932190. Compared Mi the present! bill that'of two years .!).') as passed carried $100;000 more 1' t as it becamo a law it carried $li i'jTneo less ' Allowances "Made i images .id the allowances for de- partments are not potable except .that the allowance for. the General Land Ottu.' Is $12000 less for the Live Stock Sanitary Commission is $53000 more. Al of the schools and eleemosynary. jtiMittitons ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 7 March 1911

iMMMf MwMrmiCTftTMgwnnrff irainnmiitw mmriTraf mit pv-?rrV- ?r'-? TA.OB SIX 31 ' i? ." i WIND AND SLEET ATuBUFFALQ GAP AXL VEGETATION XVXTLEl) WITH THICK COATING OF ICE; FRUIT KILLED. REGULAR SERVICE JUNE 1 Regular Pnsseiigcr mid Freight Sclicd- ul?s on ToxIcoC'oIciiinn Cutoff Will Continence nt lleglnnlng of tlio Summer. BUFFALO GAP March 2. Al veg- etation was mantled with coats or ico yesterday morning as a result of a cold driving wind freighted with sleet It is Bunnoscd that nil fruit trees Will tan in lured. The wind In now blowing stiffy from the east 'with indications good for rain Mrs. W. II. Knowltou is reported to bo very low and her sisters and oilier relatives have boon wired for. Thp firm of Wright nnd Jenkins pub Ushers of the LlVo Oak has been dts- solved the latter havlpg purchased the formers interest In the plant. V. 31. Wright will remain temporarily at the Gap giving his time to outaide newspaper work. G. W. Mclvor and Jim Scpilies were Initiated lifto the mysto...

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

pagj; - " .wl.l.?. ; ..;;: 77ie South's Greatest Newspapers 77ie Semi-Weekly Record FORT WORTH TEXAS 77ie Semi-Weekly Reporter ;'' if ' .? :.;: 4 ABILENE TEXAS . -v i 't In Addition to Subscribing for your Home Paper which you Cannot well Afford to be With- out you Must Have a high-class General Newspaper As a trustworthy family paper The Semi -Weekly Fort Worth Record has no superior It isn't for any limited set of people; it's for every member of every family. If you ' don't find something of interest in a particular issue-well the editor looks on that is- sue as a failure. In addition to printing all the news of the day in concise form The Record has special features for each member of the family. The remarkable growth of The Record is the best evidence of its merits. : By subscribing through this office youcan get The Fort Worth Semi-Weekly Record together with The . Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter both papers one year . for only $175 and a 6-page wall map will-be included free. Th...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 7 March 1911

PWELVE 1 M 5a)QTe& 5fcsvv. Sas )HBS 5vvs xazzV xdg fcoAuvfc Wc wcxo YVcvcs o Cage's 3VpavcV svoflV(ci ve owaT sUVcs o Wvc scasow. "Tyisccmwo svop- txs xW TcadW tccovic fcavwcs o sVc qu&Wty cac s&vtfvccabWvlvi cmnoik&Xw owe 'ft.ca&ttAo-YHBaY 5avncwi& m First shlpmonts of Indies Hats for spring nro belli; received. Stylish creations mat will surety meet your approval. m:w 9iiilim:hy. B - Sxvs Wo nre now introducing; the new lino? of Tailored Suits for Spring; the showing embraces the newest and most desira- ble "White Serges White Hairline Serges Blue Ser- ges the new Gray and Shepherd Checks the cor- rect style models for this season nre in evidence--the new short coals. 24 to 27 inches long the new skirt showing the straight line effects. Tailored Suits CfJC .flo.UU ft3tV T 'N ) m A III"! i to no ipUJ.UU "KeAB Sircv Stovdmes Thousands of yards -o new and beautiful designs in embroidery all-overs corset cover embroidery embroidery flouncing em- broidered skirt...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 10 March 1911

kv ABILENE SEMI-WEEKLY REPORTER M)U'MKXXXI iRILENE TEXAS FRIDAY MARCH 10 1011. NTMHER 27. V" fi WEBS ITS DENY WILD RUMiJFIS nil II I I.S AT WASHINGTON SAY 111(101' MOVEMENT SOUTH HAS o ni:i:i significance VANGUARD NOW AT GALVESTON I r.t lii'l.irliini'nt Arrive Frm the Now Orleans ltoute; Jlxus uuuru Nil'ing lo Join Maneuvers; Dickinson Won't Talk. I'lDDLEKS HAVK CONTEST. I onliiri' of Dallinrt Meeting; CalUeinnn of Alius Oklii. Wins; Harris Of SnecttyitlT Is Second. By Associated Press: DALHAHT- March 9. Tlio cliooslng of tlio next convention place is Bet as today's business or the cattlemens' convention in tlio fiddlers contest H. C. Gillinad of Altus Okla. won first place and Harris of Sweetwater Texas second. ROOSEVELT AT ATLANTA. MADERO'S ARMY 'GUI 10 PIECES REVOLUTIONARY LEADER BADLY WHIPPED IN ALL DAY RO' AT CASAS GHANDES. HARRIS PREDICTS vSillNGTON March 9. A positive j j ti t tat the movement of twenty i i-.aii American troops fo the Tex- . i nhi of Mexico has any conncc- i ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 10 March 1911

TAC TWO ABILENE SEMI-WEEKLY REPORTER SUBSCRIPTION KATES: year . Heaths .11.00 .50 Am4 erroneous reflection upon tho choracterstandlng pr wpaUtion of any person firm or corporation which may MWear In the columns of The Reporter will bp gladly cor- reeted upon Its being brought to the attention of the firm. TELEPHONES: JNwlneaa ani Circulation S. W. C-7; Itoberis e-7tOne Ring Editorial Office Roberts 151. ft JBatered a8 second clnsB mall at Abilene Te-tts October 14 1908. RESIGSATIOX OF HALLINGKK. Tho expected lias happened; Richard A. Ballinger Sec- k -rotary of. tho Interior in Taft'S portfolio has resigned. j.uv aaoumieu rresg sent out tlie news In a terse dis- patch of a few score words confining Jtself to tho fact In hand towlt: BalHngpr's resignation and the Presi- dent's acceptance. Yet what a Btory was. contained In that briof iternl "We saw tho cause Ballingcr's incr- cusable conduct as a Cabinet officer his pitiful defense. nls Ineffectual attempts to brave the storm of popu...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 10 March 1911

VMtV TH II S. TROOPS ME TOWARD IB om; roniTii op entire army mmv enroute to south- west texas. 1 IS T Ul Kinils of Humors Arc In Clrculn- jjtni Hlg Preparation nt Gnl. portion Soldiers Carry Hall Cartridges. Uy AssOcluttd Press WASHINGTON March S In connec- i.)ii with tho mobilization of npprox- tn.ttely .Quo quarter of the Btapdmg irmj of tho United States on the Uas border of Mexico persistent ru- itmt s fate 1Vlhg circulated through Hplomntlc Circles that an Important . hango Is about to be made la the nldii t of President Diaz. Enrique Creel Mny Retire. Jt Is said that Senor Limuntoiir who 1 1 i i'tl In New' York last night from ") inn Is Blatcd as tho now Min- -t. r of Foreign AffalrB to succeed Dun Enrique Creel wfio carries tlfti. tl- Me of Ambassador to the United States itid Governor of Qhlhuhlmat Llman- utir who is the present Minister of nuance in Diaz cabinet is looked on .. the likely successor of Creel. Li- inantour -will depart shottly for Mex- ico City ' .MOVING LIKE...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 10 March 1911

fS ft"-' r ritii roux NO VERDICT III CHOI OASES SO INTIMATION OF A VERDICT V AT TIIRKE THIRTY O'CLOCK j TJII3 AFTERNOON CASE ON TRIAL Fred Gnrrison Accused f Ilurglnry; J. W Owen Accepts Sentence of FIto Years for Assault on Person of Wife. (THURSDAY.) At half paBt three o'clock this aftor- noon no verdict had been returned In tho case of Clayton Black and Shandra Johnson charged with assault to mur- der. Coahoma Cases Go to Jury. The assault to murder case against Clayton Black and Shandra Johnson In district court went to the Jury last night a few minutes boforo twelve o'clock after a long and tedlus night session pf nrguments. Judge BlanUm allowed each the state and defense three hours in which to present ar- guments to the jury. L W. Sandusky opened for the state. He was fol- lowed by Judge Scott" of Cisco for the defense. District Attorney Morris spoko for the state. Dallas Scarbor- ough and Judge Brewer of Coloradd City spoke for tho defense" nnd J. P. Cunningham of Abilene cl...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, The
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