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r IGNA iJ J "Let all The Ends Thou Aim'st at Be Thy Country!, Thy Ood'i and Truth'. Vol. XXV. No. 17 BNYDER, SCUBRY COUNTY TE XAS, FRIDAY, SEPT. 29, 1911 Subscrip Hon $1.00 per Year in Advance lUT TG 1 IiJG SNYDER RQSPEROUS TIMES KILLS RECIPROCITY 30 DECLARES REV. P. L. CAR RINGTON, LATE OP CAN- ADA ACCUSES i Says America Has Not the Call on Graft Practice Revulsion of Sentiment. tntivt'8 of the people iH lost uud mieli iiuu are ripe for gathering hack into private life. If con Hcrvntives do not improve the con ditions of public affairs, Lauriur, even with reciprocity may be call rd again. After residence of more than six years in Canada and training from birth in the ideals of Ku "lishnicn, I lev. Francis Louis Car rington has come to be rector of All .Saints Episcopal church in East Dallas. I Mr.iJarrington is not at all Kure that English laws are administer xl nnv more surclv than those of America unless the evidence is of a sort warranting conviction. "It is probably true that the un precedented good times in Cana da have had thei." weight against the- approval of the reciprocity pact with the United States" he said, "but it is more really a re vulsion of sentiment against the liberal party and some of its lea ders in power for fifteen years, just as fifteen years ago there was a revulsion of sentiment against the Conservatives and for about the same reason. It is graft in high places. ; . "Nobody accused Laurier. for the Premier is loved and believed in by his people all over Canada. Hut there are those in the Lau rier government who are not ho trusted and only the good ppor 1 unity was needed to bring about their retirement from office. 2Ieji o f s m a 11 .in en n r, h h v e gn e into the Government service and in a few years have great bank ac counts heavy investments in rail roads and business enterprises of 1 a public concern and seem to cease their watchfulness in behalf of the people as related to the big intcr i ests and financial powers. It is largely because approval of reci ' procity meant the retaining of ; these men whom Laurier did not seem to be able to rid himself of, that the propositions of improv ing trade relatitons suffered. "Americans have not all the call on graft, nor is this the onlj eountry where the muekrakers may find some justification for their proceedings. When politi cians become intrenched or fewl over secure, then their proper re lation with the people as represen The Church in the Country. Hy Associated Tress: Kansas City, Si" Church in the open Country" was the subject of an address deliver ed before the National Conserva tion Congress today by Warren II. Wilson, Ph. 1). of New York. Dr. Wilson is the superintend ent of the department of ehurhe and country life of the Presby terian Hoard of Homo Missions. He declared that in the coun try the church is a necessity, es pecially to the poor. "1 do not believe that the Amer ictn farmer will ever be assembled in villages," he said. "I do not think that the soil and the forest can be conserved by such a plan of living, therefore I believe that the institutions of the farmers at least the church and the school, should be built strong and effi cient and useful in the open coun try. Dr. Wilson then gives four rea sons for maintaining the country church and then he says: "Along with this goes the pecu liar subtle change in religious feel ing in the country, which some one has called 'the dehorning of the country church.' "In these peaceful days we want, products rather than conteii 1 ion and the the dairyman has de honied the dairy cow because she ds no longer to fight, but she needs to produce much milk and consume little meal. For parallel reasons, the country church needs no longer to fight, but to produce and to serve. The iiocirines wiuni inn " of value for propaganda have no use nowadays for the inside dis Hcntions. They serve only the needs of local meanness and so cial spile. - Wtt'.ttm.f- alighting in theherd. " The church must produce a max imumof social service and con sume a miuimum of doctrine, and to that end their horns are being taken off. Thev are to live at peace with one another. Church federation is in the air and no one demands it more than the fanner. Nowhere is it more needed than in the country. BOB SHULTZ IS ACQUITED BY JURY Upon Testimony of Prosecuting Witness State Asks For Ac s quittal. The trial of Kobcrt Schultz in the District Court on charge of seduction came to an abrupt ter mination as soon as court was con vened this afternoon, when Dis trict Attorney Stinsoti susketl the court to instruct the jury1 to re turn a verdict of not guilty. This case was called Tuesday evening and tho taking of testi mony was resumed this morning. There was much interest in the ease, because of the prominence of the parties and the court house w.iS crowded. Mis Daisy Hilcher, the prose cuting witness was on the stand nearly all of the forenoon and told of relations with the defendant. Messrs. Stinson and Payne for the prosecution put the witness through direct examination and they believed that, they had prov en sufficient, force to establish a case. Higgins, Hamilton and Taylor conducted the defense and .Judge Higgins put witness through n rigid cross examination and upon her testimony the theory of se duction went to pieces. The prosecuting attorney said that the ease bad gone off and mov ed the court, to instruct for verdict of acquittal. The verdict of acquittal was read and the jurors were excus ed till Friday. steamers refused to receive them, or any passengers and that alarm and uneasiness of all Europeans is acute. A French steamer yesterday took away nmny Europeans but was compelled to refuse many others because of having no room for them. ARABS WILL RESIST ITALY Italian' Troops Will Find Deter mined Opposition if Landing is Undertaken. Py Associated Press: London, Sept. 27. It is bulle tined here today that a letter from Tripoli says the Arabs are dispos ed to stand pat and when they re ceived news of the proposed move on the part of Italy, they met in their masques and agreed to re sist, to the last, the proposed land ing of the Italian troops. IS A STRIKE AN EMERGENCY? New Phase in Katy Situation is Brought to Notice of the Attorney General WARSHIP SCARE AT TRIPOLI 7.-A:z. Tridents of that Place in Ftar of a General Mas Lubbock Farmer Found Dead. Hv Associated Press: 'Lubbock, Sept. 20. A. P. Ta tum, a fanner residing near here was found dead on the floor of his home yesterday afternoon. It is believed that be took poi son. Hy Associated Press: Malta, Sept. 27. A private mes sage received here today from Tripoli, says that Italian warships with expedition forces are now lying twenty miles from Tripoli and that there is a panic among the Italian residents of Tripoli, who fear that the landing of the troops will be the signal for a general massacre. Austin, Texas, Sept. 2(1 One phase of the Katy strike situation reached the Attorney General's department and an opinion is ex pected on it this afternoon. II. 0. Johnson of the legislative labor board, along with the com missioner of labor statistics have asked for a riding as to whether a strike is an emergency within theuleaiiing of the statute which requires inspectors three years ex perience at every terminal, ex cept in case of emergency. Common Steel Advance Hy Associated Press: New York, Sept.. 27 Common stock in I'nited States Steel open ed today at WW- an advance of tV-j points. The first sale today wis "H. 000 hi a res. latto boys who were killed tber yesterday in a pitched battle with! officers. Malapass was wounded in the battle. He fought with the ne groes when the officers attempt-j ed to arrest his two boys. Two deputies and three negroes were killed in the battle. SAYS TAR TELLS A TRUE STORY Strikebreakers Work in Denison Hy Associated Press: Denison, Tex, Sept. 2i. Eight strkebreakers are at work in the; Katy shops here today, inspecting ; Dallas 'News: couplings. It is found that considerable quantities of air hose are out of order, indicating that there may have been some foul work done by somebody, but the striking car men deny any connection with the damage. Congressman Henry at Texarka ' na Declares President Play ed into Democrats Santone Lawyer Suicides Hy Associated Press: San Antonio, Tcxsa, Sept. 27. II. H. Walliway, a well known at torney of this city and former member of the board of City Com missioners shot himself through the brain at his law office this morning and it is expected that he will die. The bullet passed completely Through the head, narrowly miss ing another man who was at the time in the room. Menefee Trial in Progress Hv Associated Press: Texarkana, Texas, Sept. 2G. . Hefore Congressman Henry left for his home at Waco tonight The News correspondent talked with him concerning politics. He ex pressed no surprise at the vote on reciprocity in Canada. He said : "Of course, if the people had not been getting the best of the proposition Canada would have ratified the reciprocity agreement I am proud of my vote in favor of the treaty. It was a tremendous stride toward the demolishing of high tariff wall between this eoun try and Canada and our high tar iff structures against all other countries. If the Canadian peo ple bad ratified the agreement it would hav been of inestimable value to Ihe people of the United States. It meant freer trade and progress towared revenue tariff reform and simon-pure Democrat ic doctrine. 'President Taft is right when Hillsboro, Texas. Sept. 27. The defense began taking testimony f i.,, .... i. :s ., or ,(0litici- an. II. nil v he is a very indittcr- this mornintr in the case of the State vs. Dr. A. J. Menefee, accus ed of murder in conneition with the death of Policeman Frank (ilassgow. Miss Jackie Menace, daughter of the defembmt was called to tin wit ness stand to testify in her fa ther's behalf. 1ST HAVE A CLEAN BILL i I. & G. N. Must Pay Off Old Claim Before it Can Be Rt-organized. Danger is Acute in Tripoli Hv Associated Press: Tripoli, Sept. 27 The Anglo Maltese colony here sent an ap peal to Malta today for govern ment assistance in escaping from Trinoli. declaring that the Italian Hy Associated Press: London, Sept. 27. It is report ed today from Paris that Italy has sent her ultimatum to Turkey that the latter must agree to It alian occupation of Tripoli and that unless Turkey's reply is re ceived tomorrow, that Italy will proceed to occupy by force. White Man Lynched Hy Associated Press: Little Rock. Arkansas, Sept. 27. Charles Malpass, Sr., a white man was lynched at Dumas this morning. A mob took him from jail and hanged him to a water tank. He was the father of two mii- Hy Associated Pres-i: Austin. Texas. Sept. 27 The State railroad Commission inform ed the I. & i. N- committee at a meeting here today that as soon as he finds that the road lias dis charged all of its receivi-fcliip ob ligations it. will be allowed to is sue new first mortgage bonds and tion. Rice Rate Hearing Continued Hv Associated Press. 'Houston. Texas, Sept. 27. The rice rate hearing was resumed this morning by Commissioner Lane who hopes" to finish today and will then go to Tulsa. Oklahoma to make further investigations at that place. cut player in the game. When he. called mi extraordinary session he did what the Democrats wanted mid committed a eollossal blunder for his party. When the session met, he was not in the game at any stage of the playing. He on ly picked up the discards and in nocently thought that the Demo crats had dealt him a hand. "The democrats in the senate and house proved to the country.'. r; their capacity for const met iy; islation and passed more .good' bii ts through both houses than the Re publicans had done in forty years. "Democrats are harmonious and united everywhere and the IJcpub Mean party is hopelessly divided, with President Taft. making a mournful pilgrimage of apology throughout the West. He is on the defensive trying to explain and really his plight is pitiful. "The Democrats are hound to win in PM2. Political conditions are such that they point to the nomination of Woodrow Wilson for President, and the situation is now such that Champ ( lark will be his running mate. lie would add .strength through Missouri and throughout the West. "These two men on a progress ive platform will carry the coun try. They are honest, progressive, able and Democratic to the core." 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