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I pe K 1H IT JUSTICE HAHLAII 0IE5 TODAY AGED JUSTICE PASSES AWAY AT HIS HOME IN WASH INOTON MORE THAH 30 TBS ON BENCH Was a Member of the Court When Samuel J. Tilden Was De prived of Presidency Washington. It. ('., ): 1 I As Hix-biU- .Justice John M. J I h f ! ri of the Supreme Court died here this morninff fit home of acute, lit (HK-liii is. lit- was taken ill with a s.-verc cold hist Monday and his condi tion, despite tie- best of mcdi'-al nttciitii.il, (.Miiilntilly tricw worse. Id- was seventy six years did aii'l had lieen a member if the Supreme Court for more than thirty years. lie took part in the proceedings f the eonrt in which Samuel .J. Tihbii was deprived of the pres idency. Judire ll;ii l;m 's (.'rent aiiihition was to serve until next .lime, when he would have exceeded length 'f service of any man who ever sat Upon the I'liited States Supreme lieiieh. As it was. his service extends over a lonirer pe riod of any. except .Jndi."' Mar shall and Stephen .1. Fields. More Strike Breakers at Work. Houston. Texas. Oct. 1 I. -The Ilarriinan shops have seeiirid two hundred more men lor the local work. The slril'.eis are still firm and no desert ions firm the ranks are reported. Tlieci- is slill some congestion of J' i : tr I t at this place Mrs. .1. '.. Fuhank and family left this venmir over the . S. and I'. for Vineyard on a visit to rel atives. While away she will at tend the Fair at Itiilbis. hlluiskamp's Calendar Shoes Theae shoes represent the hest efforts of tin shoe-maker's art. Them is nothing better'-on the market at Hny price for quality, style n ml comfort. For service they lead nil others Insteod of Helling for "lOO 'mid $6.(K) like other fine shoes, Calen dar Shoes sell or $400. Kvery pair o these shoes has a calendar attached so you can mark the date of purchase and see for yourself how much hef and Inripi. r they wear than any r'iop you ever had on your f.-t. DAVIS & NATION WW Couldn't Walk! "I usid to bt troubled with a weakness peculiar to worne," write Nln. Anna Jones, of Kenny, III "For nearly a year, I could not walk, without holding my sides. 1 tried several different doctors, but I grew worse. Finally, our druggist adrised Cardul for my complaint I was so thin, my weight was 115. Now, I weigh 163, and I am never sick, I ride horseback as good as wet. I an In fine health at 52 years." CfMII'VomlSsforac We havs thousands of such letters, and, more are arriving daily. Such earnest testimony from those who have tried it, surely proves the great value of this vegeta ble, tonic medicine, for women. Cardul relieves women's sufferines, and builds weak women up' to health and strength. It you are a woman, rive it trial. It should belp you, for it has helped a mil lion others. M is made from pure, harmless, herb ingredi ents, which act promptly and surely on the womanly organs. It is a good tonic. Try it 1 Your druggist sells it 'rtH - UW Aion DraC C&tttmeca Mrdida Co, Cfcattuoofa. Tm. k iMtfrx.'icmi. rA ll pan "VKm TrtmtmtmX tot M wnrn," rn !r. J 51 HO SELECTION BEFORE ATTORNEYS WRANGLING OV ER TECHNICALITIES OF LAW THE COURT HOLDS DECISION Time of Court Taken Up In Ar gument at to Qualification of Jurors. l.i.S Alleles, ( ill.. Oct. 11. It licjrins l' look very much like there will he no selection made in the McVamara jury before next Monday. The time of the court is l'-i:iS-' taken l.y the attorneys in nrjru iii' lit as to w hether statement of prospective jurors who had form ed an opinion on what they had heart or read about the dynamit i n tr of the Times building, would bar them fro inserving on the jury. Interest has centered about ve nireman Nelson. the defense (laiiniiitf that his opinion of tli' case as expressed yesterday was sufficient to disqualify hiiu; the pi' seciil ion, however, is contend in! that the juryman ean lay a sid" these prejudices o r opinions and ! (.'overiM-d by cideiee. .ludt'c I'.ardwll has reserved hi-; ilecision on the question rais id by the attorneys until Monday His decision v ill. it is expected, kittle the must important feature 01' this trial. McNarr.ara Case Involves Union Le.bor Juror Nelson i3 Chal lenged. l,os Anj' les. Calif.. Oct. IS. When Ibstrict Court this morn i.'ll resumed the work of select, intr a jury i' the tri.'.l ol Ji.is I. McXama'-i', charge-! with mur der in coiii i ce i ion v it 1 tin- dyna miting of the Los Angeles Times building, (i'-iieral interest is cen tered on the examination of Tales man Z. T. Nelson a ruddy faced farmer b'2 years old. The questions and the court rul ints had been planned to estab lish a basis for quest inning all other prospective jurors on their attitude toward labor unions. District Attorney Frederick mi iiouiiced that he would withdraw his objection to the juror answer ing wliether he believed a great majority of officers of Labor Fn ions are lawless men. That ques tion had been put directly to Nel son, lie replied "I don't believe I can answer that question. I do not know anything about the officers," but finally he said he believed a (Treat many labor of licials are lawless m'-n and a great many are not lawless. i Nelson later said that he had ! formed an opinion on the esse, j based on what he had heard and seen and his knowledge of pnb- j lie opinion in the matter. The i defense challenge' Ihe juror for bias and the prosecutor resisted the challenge. I. ). Davenport came in from Kant land this morning where he went to attend the wedding of his son. last Sunday. HEW YORK 2 PHILADELPHIA First Game of the World's Se ries Goes to the New York Giants New York. Oct. 11 It is esti mated that more than forty thou sand people witnessed the tJiant and the I'hillie.s battle here today for championship honors. Scores of persons sought admittance on bogus or counterfeit tickets, but were turned back by the police. Scleral hundred anxious; fans stood in line all ni','ht in order to train gi-n'-ral admission. The ear ly bettinif favored the (limits ' to :. J tilth teams played e.hampioii ship ball, hut New York proved the strongest and won by a score 1 of 2 to 1. I II. J. Camp. The friends of II. .. Camp will ' be pained to learn of his death ; yesterday, October 2, KH1 at A i p. m. I Mr. Camp was a native of Ten- ncssee, being born October 12, , s:;0 and therefore was exactly sd yean old. II'- hd a very active j life. Me grew 1o manhood in T' li- ncssee, engaged in surveying when but a youth and surveyed a ! great part of Illinois for th- gov ernment. Married Mi-s Julia A. I Warren of Sparta. Tennessee, set tled there and enuM'-'ed in farm I jug. lumbering, stock raisin! and .leading. Having accumulated a considerable fortune h'- came to Texas and be-at.-d in Scurry co.in I ty in 11. II' re disease and n;i I fortune followed fast and faster land by l"'l. he was compai at i -I ly a broke man. II" had however 'an optimistic faith and supported with tin- most inspiring and fa'th ! f:d helpmeet that ever f-ll to man's favor h" turned to his avo ' cation of his youth and sought again for the smiles of dame ofr itune. lb- was the first surveyor of Scurry county, sought the ' County judgship and lost by only j three votes, Me became the first surveyor of Hord'-n county and I the first surveyor of Kent county. ! Surveyed the county lines of all I those counties, returned to Scur- ry, was elected and served two ! years as assessor. Since which 'time he engaged in th" land ag , ehcy business, 1 1 j tiii some time threeyears past, lie became too feeble to follow with success. . Me was a member of the Chris tian church and a blue lodge Ma ! son. Me was bl"Hs'-d with many j children, all of whom have re sided in Scurry county and took : part in its development. ! They were: Mrs. Sam Wilson I of China Orove, Sam Camp, de ! ceased. Will Camp of I'eeos. Jo. !Camp, deceased. Dr. Kd. Camp, l deceased, Mrs. Maggie I'.lanken i ship of I'ortal'-s, N. M. Mae Camp I'eeos, Mrs. Mary Vtilrwth. Angelm. Cal., John Camp of I'e eos. All the living children ex cept Mrs. Wihneth are here. Mr. Camp was enterprising and brought the first high grade sheep to Scurry county, paying $7."" pr head in Vermont. Me leaven his name upon our community, known as Camp Springs. It is said of hirn that no one ever went to him hungry, that he did not feed, naked that he did not clothe. Ixmg may his good name and deeds be remem bered. FRESH SENSATION HYDE EASE Prisoner Has Lodged Affidavit in Which Re Says Acquittal Was Promised Karnes City, Oct. 14. An affi davit. Higned by Dr. B. Clark Hyde in which it is charged that Deputy County Marshall II. C. Hoffman told him that for fifteen hundred dollars he could hang the jury in the first Hyde mur der trial and for $.'MX0 could se cure acquittal w introduced in the hearing of Hyde's application for elisors here today. In the affidavit, Hyde said that the offer wai made May 16, 1910, while Hoffman was conducting him from th jail to the court room. Hoffman. Hyde said, told him to nay nothing to his attor neys alout it. but to leave the mat ter to him (Hoffman.) The phy sician however, did tell his at torneys all aliout it and iluy at the time, be wid. advi'-d him to keep the offer quiet. "Snyder, Snyder!" , There's a pretty little city way out in a western land And the memory will be always sweet to rue. I low I spent one pleasant summer and f did not fear the sand For in Snyder, there are many sights to see I recall the many pleasures of my visit to the West JIow the hours were always filled wit h deepest blis . O! the wind, be whist bd gaily, and he did bis very best . That some of the western glories I might miss: I've been told that Texas there were large and wild. in Wcsf ' hungers' While some of them wore great big horn upon their heads. They told me about the d'-er and panthers when I Was a little child, And I drank in every scarry word they said. They told be 'bout-the bears tind coyotes that would in th" . gorges hid' And waited there to catch bad children just like me. Told how horned frogs would chase me over countries far i ami wi'le j As for big ants I would have to I wait and see. j 'Then they told me 'bout the cow j boy with his leather breeches on. With a long and dangerous l.ir j jut in his band. When he walk'-d his big spurs ' rattled worse than any street j ear goi.' i.Aiid lie made you think h' own- I ed " West Texas I.an l." i ; l!ut my visit out to Snytb-r drove j my childish fears away. i Now the beauties of the West. I ! cant torg'-t j For tjie fun and th- adventure, I recall most every day 'And the rapture of it all dw-lis j near rne yet. For the frogs, thev didn't chase me and the bears too were gone And the bongers had been gone for many years, While the cowboy with his lar iat and his wild West Texas Kong .Mak'-H me believe I was misin formed 'bout spelling 'dears "fis a Imid of wondrous beauty this fair Texas, way out west For (iod'n handi-work has made a grand display Of the broad and fertile landscape and the scenery pictures'ine. How I long to have another view some da V. Now, the little town of Snyder, Ktand-i to prove what man has done To help beautify this grand and glorious west With her churches, schools and other grand improvements just begun, Chhh to prove that each Texan will do his best. does his best. And the people of this Snyder, .May od bless them everyon" For their Southern i hospitality and love. May they realize together when the appointed time shall come Their religion has been likened to that above. May your city grow and prosper in the things that are for good May your boys and girls be, to their Statehood true. May' they brace their shoulders bravely and help carry, all the load, While prosperity rings in your town anew. Now dear Snyder I must leave yo:i, for my musing' time is past But the pleasant memories clirg around me still. And I know such memories only tend to make this feeling last And I'm sure I can't forget yon if I will. May the Father who in watching in omnipotence and love, Over Snyder and my hyne land of iJcO.ueen. May he give us just such guidance as comes from one above, And keeps ns both 'neath the shadow of his wing. WILLIE WOFFORI). B. II. Reese of Amarillo eame in this evening over the Santa Fe on business. Mr. Reese was greatly surprised at the town. The last time he saw Snyder, the town consisted of three houses. That was twenty years ago. IBIbI ALCOHOL 3 ft.H. C'KNT. AVejelaWe Prrparif(onliT,s sjmi in (iiirt fit Fo'Kf ami fail ill ling'lif Sionarhs acdflwclsaf rromfjlPSHT)i,iltonJCb.rPjJ- bcss and Ist-ConMlns ncitiw Opiimi.M.KT-hiae iwrMiacrd. Nf l .VaKC OTIC. JtvpetfoMlriMWlimn JtMltUlf I II' tvUi:iiti firm M- (.ft if i;nr . IfnrJr.ymi tlatrr. Anprfpri FrniPf'v forfmRpa- tion. Sour Slonwh.blarr Worms f'oiivulsioiivmi'risn nessanclLosSQFSuEP- FacSinol? Sidnarurf of NEW YORK. ' .lis J uv-fvi,c?. iy7t?; i.T7.-i '.JTiiHli-r ife Fow! b t - uuu. m.s Exart Copy of Wrapper, I See me for Wind ;jj7 Repairing Also Pipe Fitting one on Short Notice W. L. Shaw. Snyder Headquarters at B. C. Davenport' Hardware Store ! vAVWWVV'WWW la a friend indeed, and monej world. Start a bank aicount trouble whick will surely come. in the end." A dollar will start 1A ill il'VilMi y, I Snyder National Bank Established 1894. JOE STRAYHORN Handles the Peter Schutt- Moline and Avery's ler and Mandt Wagons Implement" Racine, Rex and Yale Baggies Eiperier.oe eo:mU in the farming world more than almost ny olbr. This business was established in 18tM, so we have experience. Call and See us Before Buying A. C.GARRETT'S BARBER SHOP': We assure Satisfaction. Our work is Cash. Oar motto: "Keep Clean." West Side. Read the Signal, $1.00 a ye For Infanta and Children. The Kirid You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature .of Mill Erecting and WW w a o In Ji hr Over Thirty Years i J r n Aran r s n M BtHV i a PI -III 1 A l m r l i.sv w n m, a n i mum UJiJ U sUfclBAl tmc et htuii to, "r o errr. j Mi .... iu. u& rkA Jijel ullt'a - j J I wmm i ' I I t is the best one you have- into now and provide for that dayof "A little at a timj makes p-S your account here today- Snyder. Tex J of t4 : r N'c Ou