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Refrigerators, Water Coolers, Lawn Mowers, Ice Cream Freezers, All Kinds of Screen Goods And want to sell (hem YOU We sell electric light globes, too. WILL MOORE-: Hardware Company | $3 00 buys a 3-2-1 Combination Oil Stove and Lamp that works like a charm If you need either caii and nee them in operation. We can also «how you something new in Réfrigéra tor,". a strictly sanitary and dry air procès» which is the only kind to use. Waxahachie Hardware Company D Β McCALL, Manager SEE Ε. H. GRIFFIN DEALER IN ALL KINDS of REAL ESTATE OFFICE IN COURT HOUSE Waxahachie. ..... Texas Bank Prwidant Ccnfuta«* te Defalcatfln of Over Million Dollar·. Milwaukee. April 25 — Frank Ο Bil low, until MondAjr president of the Firm National bank of Milwaukee, wae arrested, charged with the embezzle ment of over $100,000 of the bank's fund». TUe arrest of Mr. Blgelow fol lowed hie confession to the board of directors that he was a defaulter to the extent of $1450.000. Following Mr. B'gelow's confession he was removed from the presidency of the Lank, and the facts of the caee were laid before the Federal authorities. The complaint was sworn to by Unit, ed States District Attlrney Butterfleld. It charges that Bigelew, as president of the First National bank embe-zzled a sum exceeding $100,000. A complaint and warrant identical with those In Bigetow'a case were made out to Heniy O. (Joll assistant ι ashler of the bank. President Blgelow was before UnMed Stale» Commissioner Bioodlow Monoay night. He waived hearing, and «as held to the Federal grand jury under $35,000 bonds Or Η Ν Brown arid A. N. McOeoch certifed as securities, ! and Blgelow was released. The announcement of the defalcation was followed by a rush of deposit· τ = to withdraw their money from the Wis i corisln Trust company and the First ! National bank, the Wisconsin Trust 1 company being the staving* department ; of the bank. Many thousands of «loi- ! lars were withdrawn, but on the other j hand, a large number of people having confidence In the institutiln Increased j their deposits. Arrangements were hast- ! ily made to meet the run. President Blgelow'» confession wns made at a special meeting of the bo-arl ! of directors Saturday evening and eon- ! tlnued Sunday and all Sunday night In addressing his fellow directors Près- I Iderit Blgelow said he had a painful statement to make, a cnnfewdon tb it ; he ha<i misdirected the funds of th· 1 bank, ard an examination of his books j i and a comparison of figure* show that j I he was indebted to the bank to th·· j i amount of ovei $1 tr.o.ooo, This morey ι ί he said, hail been lost In apecutatiln in i wheat An<1 stix ks Not a dollar of it ! could be re overed. and the only sum j 'he could offer toward compensating I the bank was his personal securities \ ι valued at approximately $300.00®. When the Fede;a| marshal called it j the Bigviow residence to *,»rvtf the war- ' j rant the former tank president was in) ! the library w ith his wife. Alls Bigelow j refused to withdraw, and tin warrant was read in her presence "I'll be r> dy to go with you 'it once" ; said the bin k<*τ Then h»· kii-sed his I wife an affectinate farewell irl left : jwith the ofTi- **r, th'* two walking to: j the Fei-ml building, wtiere a court j commissioner was in waiting None of i Mr Blgelow'· friends were In the riurt j ι room during th« brief proceeding* Wh»n the τ*«"lutlon was adopted re moving Mr Big* low from the preslden ! cy of the bank Henry Ooll a.««letint j rashler was alao removed. The r> mnv aj of the assistant cashier was due >o I the stateme. t of Mr Bige!<w that he Wiia sided by Ooll In coneealirg the «hortaRe in the bank's a, count* The rreth<td adopted waa an old one ! Collection accounts were manipulated to the extnnt of 40 and In some ca<<es 150 per < eut to make it appear th.it the ' ι f ' ; * i ' > " ■ ' ·> " " RSërve HUÎ wîî ! nia cf. nad the amount of the increased collection fund vu diverted to special eteck opera tion*. The reser\> maintained in eaat ern bank· wa· tampered with, the book» of the Flint National being fixed no that the reserve appeared to be larg er by several hundreds oi thousands of dollar· than It really was. Director· raised $1.β35.000. one of j them subscribing $600.000. I MICKEY AT AUSTIN. Governor of Nebi^ska Delivers an Ad dress to the Legislators. Austin, April 25.—Governor Mickey of Nebraska addressed members of the legislature Monday. He was met at the depot by a committee of the house and escorted to the statehouse. Governor T^nham Introduced the gentleman. The * chief executive of N«"t>raska said he was highly pleased with his visit to Texas and stated he would probably return and make Investments. Among other things Mr Mickey said: "1 have five sons I have to pay $25 to $<i0 an arre for farming lands in Ne braska, and you have good farming lands for less money In Texas. I have five boys and they want to become in terested here, (applause) and I have four lovely girls. (Renewed applause.) They may marry somebody and come to live in your state. (Cheers ) Thus it is that we scatter out. That is what makes the fraternal feeling In this country I want you to understand that J was with the president. I am against rar e suicide (Cheers ) He who wants this republic to become great ami as God Intended it should be must be in sympathy with this principle." (Ap plause ) He went on to tell how they of Ne tr:;-ka w. re interested in disposing of thler surplus corn product, and said that as th result of the rate of 14r to the Gulf, the lowest rate they had ev»r had. the great train loads of the grain had been sent to the gulf ports during the past few months. VIGOROUS PROTEST, It Is Feared That More Neutrality D f ficulties Will Arise. Union April 25.—The correspondent at Toklo If th· I ιi 1 y Telegraph .«en is the following Japan Is vigorously protesting against the preparation· for flight frlrn Shanghai of the Russ: in protected cruiser Askold It Is feared that mire difficulties will irise op ac count of Chinese inability tJ en fort·» her neutrality with resp· t to the report that tl>· Russian Pacific squadron is coaling off Κ iin in." Vetoed Two. Austin April 25.—Governor I-inham re:!>-d the Mil appropriating ίΙΟ.Ο'Ό to establish a Confederate woman's home tnd the bill to prohibit foreign insur ance companies from removing suits against them Into the Federal courts. Ri.th are declared unconstitutional. ΙΟ Cent Oar*. Bulk Oats 40 cent» at warehouse. Sacked Oats delivered! 13 cents. Cotton wed meal and hulls for iale. Both phon»1· îl. D. H. THOMPSON*. Cane. Millet Seoul. Kaffir Corn. Viilo Maize, Corn, Oafs, Bran, Corn Jhops, etc. Waxahachie Grain Co. Get Ready for the Good Old Summer Time and buy whatever you need in the > VEHICLE LINE from J.W.McManus Where you may be sure that nothing is lacking as to materi al, makeup, design, style, finish or modernism. With a big stock to select from at satisfactory prices and terms. 0 0 0 0000 C REMEMBER the Old Stand. ♦♦ο Hats, Shirts, Ties, Belts, Hosiery, Underwear The newest, the nobbiest the most exclu sive styles and patterns. This is truly a man's furnishing stor? Special attention to Cleaning, Pressing and Repairing. . . . ROGERS AND McWHORTER Gray Front EAST SIDE SQARE Waxahachie 5K?:£ÀV Some things you may wish to Know « To see yoursélf as others see you? Where and in what can I be successful How can I recover my losses What is the cause of my failure in life Could I have been more successful Shall I ever inherit money What is my health condition Have I man ν friends \V nat profession shall I follow Shall 1 make changes What are my failings How can I overcome them Η wt attract other* How to develop personal magnetism What is the cause <>f my bad luck What are my lu».ky dates Shall I bew ire of înythinn Wh.it ire my days of fate V\v present conditions Will my present ventures be successful How to cultivate will power H<>w to influente others \V ill I ever be rich W hat shall I invest m Any journeys fur me Will I ever χ abroad Some things you may wish to Know Will llH)5 be a successful year? Shall I remain here What business shall 1 follow An outline of every month in llH)5 Am I ill-tempered What is my weakness Do I lack self-reliance Do I lack concentration The secret of success Have I hereditary diseases Any disaster in store for me Have I talent for art A complete outline of your past What will this year brin^ What state or ountrv is lucky fur me How . .in I jvrcome my pi sent trials How to make the most t your ability How to overcome y »ur weaknesses The secret of bein^: lucky Whom and when shatl I marrv Y"ur complete future outlined Have I enemies Who ire my ft nd Am l ι psychi Have I hv η ti ; w r Have I luck in change James JAMES CLYDE WALLACE,, palmist and psyphip Siddons Residence—One BlocK of Rogers Hotel ======—= V-/ EAST MAIN STRELT WaxahAchie, Texts Lessons Φ Given Φ in Φ Palmistry Φ and Φ Scientific Φ Reading All the·· questions and many others he can truthfully answer, be you scoffer, believer or investigator In givtn* reading· It Is net my aim to pacify and plea·· you with engaging tal·· of coming wealth and grand successes but to give you truthful advlc· that will guid· and h«lp no matter what your troubles are. m 0 Φ λ a Nothing But the Truth Hain Office—Dallas. 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