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San Antonio light and gazette. [volume] (San Antonio, Tex.) 1909-1911, April 29, 1909, Image 7

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LET US SHOW YOU
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— THOSE NEW
Staacke Brothers
BIRDSEYE VIEW OF CAPITAL OF TURKEY FROM THE WATERFRONT
This picture presents a birdseye view 1 The capita) of Turkey is now the een- cause of the revolt of the Young Turks While this remarkable revolution has gtreets’of Constant!
of Constantinople from the waterfront, ter of interest throughout the world be- ( against the despotic rule of the Sultan. | been comparatively free from bloodshed nop ] e w ni fl ow w ith bi oo d.
TO PROTEST AGAINST
ADVERSE LEGISLATION.
Associated Press.
Chicago. 111., April 29.—A large par
V of Chicago manufacturers and mer
Chamberlain’s
Cough Remedy
WILL CURE
THURSDAY.
chants have left for Springfield for the
1, purpose of requesting the legislature to
take no action on any of the bills af
fecting nailroads now before the house.
The arguments they will use it that
their passage w'U throw soma 200,000
STUDEBAKER.
CARRIAGES
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The Finest Ever Brought
To San Antonio
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STUDEBAKER CARRIAGES
3 ' men engaged in the manufacture of
> railroad supplies in this state out of
। work and that while business has imA
. proved sufficiently to admit of 100.000
t of them being taken back, the situa
): tion is still so delicate that improve-
SAN ANTONIO LIGHT AND GAZETTE
ment in conditions will be seriously re
tarded by adverse legislation.
BOMB EXPLOSIONS ARE
PUZZLING CHICAGO POLICE
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Associated Press.
Chicago, 111., April 29.—With one
man dead, nineteen persons injured and
three shops either totally or partially
in ruins, all as a result of bomb explo
sums,'attributed by the police to labor
troubles, the police say they arc unable
to find any clews pointing to the guil
ty parties.
Chief Schutler will decide today
whether the record of three bomb ex
plosions in three days is enough to
make necessary the appointment of a
regular bomb detail of detectives simi
lar to the gambling squad, to get im
mediate action on the explosions.
National Stock. National Stock.
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Must Take Mdre.
Associated Praia
Chicago, 111., April 29.—The practice
of some physicians in sending ynprop-.
MISSISSIPPI TEACHERS MEET.
Associated Press.
Natchez, Miss., April 29.—Mississippi
school teachers are taking Natchez by
storm today and practically every ac
commodation in the city will be taxed
to provide places for them. It appears
quite certain that a thousand or more
teachers from all over the state, and
some from neighboring cities, will be
on hand when the annual convention of
the Mississippi Teachers’ association is
formally opened Jhis evening.
The program for the initial session
provides for addresses of welcome by
Mayor Benbrook and President Geisen
berger of the board of education, a re
sponse for the visitors by T. K. Boggan
of Biloxi, and the presidential address
of Superintendent T. P. Scott of Brook
haven. The proceedings of the conven
tion, including numerous departmental
conferences. #ill be continued and con
cluded tomorrow.
SIX ARE ID DIE
IN ONE WEEK
Wholesale Legal Hanging of
Negroes Scheduled to Take
Place at Richmond, Va.
Richmond, Va., April 29.—During
the week beginning tomorrow six
negroes are to be put to death in the
electric chair at the State penitentiary
here. Five of them were sentenced to
be executed tomorrow, but three were
granted a respite of a few days because
the superintendent of the prison was
afraid that some mishap might occur
if he attempted io put five men to death
in the same chair in one day.
Five of the six condemned negroes
are the men who instigated and car
ried out the crime in Powhatan comity
the night of Feb. 12, when Mrs. Mary
E. Sktpwith and Walter G. Johnson,
her farm manager, were robbed, mur
dered, aud their bodies burned in the
home they occupied. More than a dozen
negroes were involved in the crime.
Five have been convicted aud the oth
ers are in jail awaiting trial.
John and William Brown, father and
son, are to go to the chair tomorrow
1 morning. Joe aud Isham Taylor will fob
J low next Wednesday, and two days lat
' er Lewis Jenkins will be put to death,
I as will also Howard Toler, a negro who
assaulted a small negro girl in Pulaski.
CA-STOTt-XA.
•ecrsthi Kind BatijJl
Signature fj jZZJ' a »
of
MILITIAMAN ON TRIaL.
Associated Press.
Paxton. 111., April 29. —The case of
Joseph B. Klein of Chicago, charged
with the killing of Earl Nelson, was
called for trial in the circuit court here
today. The case has attracted much
| attention and the trial will be followed
with interest. The killing of Nelson
took place when Klein, a member of the
i First infantry of the Illinois National
| guard, was on the way to Springfield
last summer with his regiment, which
' had been summoned to put down ‘.he
j race riots in the capital city. Nelson,
it is alleged, was beating his way on
1 the train that was carrying the militia
। men. Klein ordered him to leave the
jtrain and upon Nelson’s refusal to do
the militiaman, it is charged,
Mobbed him with a bayonet with fatal
'APRIL 29, 1909.
CELEBRATE THE
EMPIRE’S FALL
Next Wednesday, May 5, known in
Mexican history as Cinco de Mayo, the
anniversary of the fall of the empire
of Maximilian and the foundation of
the republic of Mexico, will be appro
priately celebrated by the International
club with an entertainment to which
all Mexican students in local schools
will be invited. Addresses will be made
In both Spanish and English and re
freshments will be served.
A special intertainment committee
was apopinted yesterday as follows:
Walter P. Napier chairman. Peter G.
Rucker. J. W. Ruwe. C. S. McElroy, A.
L. Sartor, Henry P. MeElroy, A. A.
Brack. J. F. Carl, J. N. Cones, Dr. J.
R. Cunningham. Leo M. J. Dielmanu, J.
M. Eskridge. John M. Erak. D. K. Flan
nerv, Stephen Gould, H. L. Giesse, J. E.
Harper, S. L. Harris. L. Heuermann.
Edwin Lamm, Joe Murray. Joe A. Bur
ger and B. A. Peters.
Roof garden entertainments will be
a special feature of the club during
the summer months and a special eom
mitlwe to arrange for these has-been
appointed consisting of J. M. Eskridge.
Edwin Lamm, Henry P. Burney sad J.
F. Carl. They will co-operate with
Walter P. Napier, chairman of the gen
eral entertainment committee. At the
roof garden entertainments light musi
cal programs, and possibly vaudeville,
will be introduced.
A special meeting of all entertain
ment committees, the board of direc
tors and the resident members of the
committee on Mexican relations will be
held next Friday afternoon at 4:30
o’clock when all of these plans will be
talked over.

National Stiock. National Stock.
1-4 cf Pound a Week
at least. Is what a young bxbv ought
to gain II weight. Does yours. 1.
not there's s< methlng wrong with Its
digestion. Give It McGees Baov
Elixir and It will begin gaining at
once. Cures stomach and bowel trou
bles. aids digestion, stops fretfulneee.
good for te thing babies. Pdce 150
and 6Oc. Sold by Bexar Drug Co.
WOMEN LEAD AS VICTIMS
Indoor Life and Lack of Exercleo
Causes Piles.
More women than men have pile*.
It Is because they take so little out
door exercise are 90 often con
stipated. There is a stagnation of
blood in the lower bowel, and no w»y
to restore circulation except by in
ternal treatment. . M
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