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..... , ... j.,. SIGNAL, 1 11JG . '! "Let all The End Thou Alm'st at De Thy Country's, Thy Ood'a ana Truth V t) V VUl XXV. NUMBEH 83. 1,000 ACRES OF LAUD III GIFTS !n-r (if Kecliilmatlon In Louisiana I'luns Nplendld 1'leeo of fjoneroslty. Orleans, Jan. 19. A gift off Washington, Jnn. 23 Tim Cen 000 ucres of land' to thin city for 8,'B Imwih' ninth cotton ginning T renorl of Ihn HeiiHon wiih Indued lit initii ilc purposes has been maile r i.l ward Winner, known as the ;atinr of,', cclniiiutlon by drulnliig jti I , ti iHi ;i ii a . , 'id. Kilt will bo announced ut the '' iHa!.H ii.i'i llni,' to night. The only con tllii.iu stipulated Ih that the city Ih not. dispose, of Iho land wlt.hln J (mi years. Tlie lanl Included In todoy's gift Ih rc laliniiblo and Ilea In tuo New Oilcuns delta or the Mlssippi-River. The Uevctiucs from 'It uru .to ho ap plied to the following purposes until takbu completely In charge by the. reelplen! " -V 10,000 ucres fii1 the UM of Tu lnnn University for pUPpos'frs us shall be designated la the act of dona tion. 10,000 aero for the ctahllshraent of a city convalescent home for pa tients of the charity hospitals and other hospital, purposes. 10,000 ucres to the agricultural department of the city schools and and other,, school purposes. 10,000 arcea for embellshlng the " city of New Orleans maintaining the ' x Ity beautiful." ! 'Vive thousand acres to be, used for the malntalnance of. a civic center : and tree platform. , P 10,000 each for the establishment of a parish home for the auperan- ukted teachers of the public If ichoola; a home for policemen and I i fireman; a home Jor newsboya; a home for Salvation Army and a farm for the city's mendicants. . Mayor-Martin B. Herman accept ed the donation pending favorable action by the city council which Ibe mayor suld he would advocate. (inindma Local) art Dead Just at press . time the Signal learns that Grandma Lockhftrt died this evening at Stamford with heart failure, fiho was 71 years old. Jim l(cl;hart lias pone to at tend tluj i,iieral. , Th" I ' i v 1 1 . -. I States authorities are milt.,, ,1... i r i: n ..f Tnvliu fur fuii'B I'.- K. a T. of Texas for $,i"in for working tmin 1 cn-v :i I; ,i i !i;ui sixteen bouts. Wit h '"ii H' -1 1- io crltlci;' the ln tlie fine I ... i i,, fa;ti l.b:rt ff tin- j ,i ,. ililio: t ) V-orli a W h ti.i" i-i : i r;,liro-.(! p. o,.' ' It. 0 0 c 0 o 0 0 o o o 0 0 0 0 0 o o o 0 o 0 0 o 0 0 0, c o 0 0 cr 0 0 0 : f 1 r Success A TramsUM Plow that Will Last a Llfetim Th,. Urnou. SulW, ;?jTtSJS!2 plow for nearly IS r"ZZn (on. with a double It tor .ImpHcity. It "J?l"d ha. all the advan- adjustment) but It I. u.t Vj' .ver,. tage. ct plows fequirln tore and lour II No otMtrrt md I rinh hMin lot arm I I that trx-T b k 11 P " ;TL.t ihxm ibo Su" pfo p-Q F&O I i JL rAvmTTS CANTON PLOTS CXimxium CA CANTCt PL0gSCAM A3 IK cf UpJW VMto BALES OF COTTON GINNED To Jan. 1(1 Texas (;inncil it.WI 1,201 Hales to That Date. Total Cfn- iiliigs 11,510,(17(1. , . , , , 10 u. in. today and showing the number of running bales, count Inn rental, as half bales of cotton of the , growth of l'.IU firmed jmior to Tucs day, Jan. IB with comparative sta tistics for taut year and other record" years is as follows: United States. 14;f!10,C7 hales as com pan d with 11,253,147 bales In last year when 97.3 per cent of iho 1910 crop whs Kin tied prior to Juif. ICtli; 126GG,2!)3 bales In 1II09 when 96.8 per cent of the 1908 crop was ginned and 12.7C7.C0O bales In 1905 Tfhcn 94.9 per cent or the 1904 crop was ginned. Hound balos Included were 97, 668 comparod with 111,079 bales in the 1910 crop and 146,378 bales In 1009 and 232,519 bales In 1908. TO KILL AMERICAN OFFICIAL I'crNian Officer of Ccnrtarmerle Con fcHxeN to IMot to Involve U. S. in Political Incident. A plot to kill one or the Ameri can officials has been discovered. This explains the attempt against the American Col. Bruce attached to the treasury gendarmerie kho was shot at while leaving the barracks January 16. A former officer or the gendarmerie haa made a confession of the plot In which he Implicates , i 1 Tho ntitort aDDears to illliinvii. i have been to create a political In-1 cldent In which the United States would be Involved. A court martial of Tabriz has n,n hiisv sentencing Constitution alists to death or exile. Several of them have been sent to Siberia from Itesht. Appeals from the Armenian , nrchldshooB of Ispahan and from va- I rtotis Influential bodies against the j executions have been ignored ami . .... . 1 . .1 .f It Is feared that it will nn '' - .,. mi tlie American v. hii'i uas I. u vely r-: ,!,,. j,,-.... ,-i of ol-!. ,, -1 d;iii!.!; ih'' reeeM feri- le for Teh.- .I'll 3- Sulky Plow Simple Stronf Light Draft ay Ruaniag The Bet in Ery Way r7Annmrtr for SNYDER, BCUKltY COUNTY, TKXAM, JANV 1012 SOCIALIST WIN nniiiirii in UUHVl i i i 7. v .s Succeeded In I'iinkIiik Amendment to Constitution of Mine Workers ..'rr.-im. I'nlon. Indianapolis, Jan. 23. .Socialists In the convention of tho United Mine Worksrs of America won an other victory today when they suc ceeded by a large majority In a moiiding the constitution of the or ganization to permit It to endorse tho socialist, party. The clause In the tho constitu tion forbidding tho miners from taking any political stand was strlck en out by tho amendment adopted to day. The convention has already gone pn record a favoring government owMrnhlp but a resolution indors ing the Socialist party as the party of tho working classes wua voted down as being contrary to the con stitution and a substitute declaring "the miners Should unite on the political as well as the Industrial field." was adopted. An amendment providing that children under aixteen years of age shall not be employed In mines was also adopted. HEflMINOA COMPLETE BLANK Woman Who Remembers .tottiing I'rior to Jan. 2 Haa Card With Name on It. Dallas, Jan. 23. Somewhere In the state of Texaa, probably, a fam ily Borrows for a woman who lies In a bod at the Dallas Sanitarium, her mind a perfect blank. She does not know who ahe la where she came from, whether or not she Is married whether her parents are living or dead. Ho far as things occurring since she rocovered from a swoon, January2, at the Union depot, are concerned, her mind la perfectly clear. What happened before her memory Is as If a heavy curtain had been drawn before It. Sho may be named .Mrs. Mr Rey nolds. She doesn't really know whether she is or not the only reas on she liellexes so Is because when slie p" o er'd ' "MM i"li; to ss on the f"l:d d.iy of II I in .-.! e 1 - !, Mill'! a card in Io-;- b w as J n 1 1 i!ed t t-r I 'a U I -ft a a 1 id n ' iot: :l I :s I-lined !; I 1 or : Ml I I r ill rea Da n The SUCCESS SULKY hat been on the market . .t 1 -t hat me largest sate 01 ny aumy. . ......w e - last a life time. In talking about the SUCCESS SULKY and GANG PLOWS we as agents m y be tempted t aerate, but as the trade generally demands the "reasons why," we will endeavor to show wherein the Succen Plow has won its great reputatton. The whole situation can be summed up in two words, Strength and Simplicity, The Old Reliable Standard Disc! The plow that is given up by everyone that has ever used them to be the lightest draft DISC PLOW on the market, and the greatest advantage in the construction of the STANDARD DISC is that it can very easily be changed from a single to a double or tripple as you may desire. Our stock of breaking plows, busters, etc- is complete. Call and see us when in the market for Imple ments. We are going to endeavor to sell the best merchandise at the right price and guarantee you courte ous treatment and square dealings BLACK ARD B ROTHERS Successors to McCullough Hardware Company ui .iicy-i v TOO RECKLESS Itutlicrfoi'l Pago Killed at Los An geles In First Professional Flight Los Angeles, Rutherford Pago, 24 years old, a Yale graduate, regis tered from New York, and flying as one of Curtis aviators was Instant ly killed when ho fell a few mon inents before the cIoho of tlie thirij days program of tho third Intcrtu tlonal aviation meet. Page was endeavoring to turn on a pilot when a swell of uir over the hangers caught his planes. Itc madd aM vfforl to regain his balance but evident y fnHng lite aeroplane was beyond control, (tv trp and when about sixty feet In th air Jumped clear of the machine and flf ffat Into the plowed ground. According to the doctors he was crushed to death. Page was frying for the first time aa a licensed aviator having been awarded his license Saturday. Ills earlier flying was one of the spectac ular features, despite the puffy and treacherous wind. He was one of the first to leave the ground. In the first heat of the five-mile handicap, In which he and Lincoln Rea'hey, the Curtlss veteran were the con testants, Page thrilled the crowd by his aensattonal maneuvers. All the dipa and short turns made by Beech ey were duplicated by Page, who was even more daring. The more experienced aviators shook their heads when they wit nessed Page's apparently foolhardy evolutions and when he descended Glenn Curtiee, who taught him to fly, cautioned him againot attempt ing to perform feats at his first meet, which required much exper ience to learn. Page laughed and assured Curtlss that he was all to the good During the afternoon the young New Yorker had told those about, the hangers that tic would beat P.eachey "or break my fool neck." Page lived In New York with bis mother and two sijters. His father is dead. was . .-ad uat.-d from , Yale liiKt year and was a member of Yale Club of N. .1 1.. p at - Ut i d bis f',r -1 i'i Cii' t e; : aid o "-, -, i " r ft j Ki ' ...n,.. u :. - ;mn1 x king r-UW'i'.3 Sl'BSCRIITION second Beachey, and It was predicted by all who had witness??' early flight that ho would be a wor!3 beater If some such thing as happen ed today did not end his career." Immediately after the accident the wreckage of Page's machine was pil ed up and burned to prevent it be ing carried away piecemeal by sou-,-enler hunters. fenced Milken Ph; Bond. John lieall Sneed the slayer or Cup'. Al O. Boyce, .r., wu admit ted t"j ball in the sue of 13 5,000 by .lit'".'" Himmo.-.f, or tb.; Sixty-seventh irdii.t court at noon W'-dnocday at V o-. Worth. ' ' . , , ''k'.o Smmoiis b-is:1 Wis jtidgj' ment that Simmons was entitled to ball on the onliiion of the court 'that .Sneed was not ciiir.Mj of cool, '!., b:-ra to actim at ih time of t'.e killing or ut any time after IiIb wife .'cff .M:c Ar'. ii,. on Il 'gi 3 sanitari um w'th A. Boyce, Jr. Guild's boil was Immediately signed by his father Joe T. Kneed rr., of. Geor'eown; his father-ln-.1. 'J H. Si'.-.v. of "lavun, X. M his hrohers, Jo anj Marvin Sneed of Dal hart and by 100 prominent business men from dlffe-ent tarts of tho state, who had !. 'i Joe Sneed, Jr., power of attorney to sign their names to a bond In any sum. DALLAS. TEXAS 1 "Dutch" Cochran, Saloon Man, Wounded Wil Thomas Un der ArreU Times-Herald Tuesday. At 3:50 o'clock this afternoon "Dutch" Cochran, proprietor of a saloon on North Akard street, about mid-way between Pacific Avenue and Emma street, was shot and probably fatally wounded. One bullet of three fired at him, ploughed its way through the right breast. If. was a heavy revolver and the force of the lead missile knocked! be man dow n behind t he liar. Will Thomas, .1 well kr.' ti lv .1 character, was arn-.stoil by patrolman VVe-loVer follow il.g ?'ie sin. "'i: Ti. i- 1." : ' ' 1 .rii. -.' ' '?t ;. t',i. ji for yean without a change ran not cit out of order &nd SHOOTING IN $1.00 I'EWtKAIl IN ADVANCE. TIE IIAIIIIL INinonstratiou at Mnydcr Grocery Company hy Mr. A. A. Davis of HouMon., Tca . As has been previously advertls ln the columns of tho Signal, ed i tho big demonstration of the pro ducts of the National Biscuit Com pany of Houston is being held at lli'l Snyd'T Grocery Company. Mr. A A. Pvla Is representing that well known manufacturing es-' tablishment and took pleasure In acquainting the reporter of the Dal ly Signal In the many fine points of quality of his goods. The store has been tastily ar ranged for this occasion and a gor geous display of the famous pack ago goods adorn the entire north east corner. A table has been laden with appetizing cakes and with the snow white linen la rather pleasant to look at. Chase and Sanborn's cof fee Is being served In connection. J The Snyder people have been In vited to partake of these delicious refreshments and quite a number of our citizens and their ladles are enjoying tbla hospitality. Aa an advertising feature, to the purchaser of a pound of bulk cakes Mr. Gross Is making a present of one package of Uneeda Biscuit which also bears the Inner Seal, the Insignia of the National Company. This pound of bulk cakea consist of an assortment of Marshmallow Puffs, Marshmallow Pecans, Lotus Layers. Cymbellne Bls'ult, and At lantic. The Dally Signal force acknow ledge several packages of their Law eat assortment. Mr. Davis Is making qulte'a shov ing for his company In this city and he is enjoying many compliments on bis wares. J. L. Darglti of Fluvanna was a pleasant visitor at the Signal office today He considers this country In pretty good hap- The land Is Just right to be WorKed The iowi,r has ,..f.f of feed s-'.'f .1.'. 1 elerv pto ; t j, f.o I a !..,!,. : ,r It , ,1 1- 1 . . ,. -1 o I.. 1 r ' ':. a V. ir.d (? O Q Q O O O O O O O O O o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o BISCUIT 1 o VV 3 in it construction and ,1 built o strong it wil 2Z o o o c c o