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The Waxahachie daily light.
VOI.IKK XV. ΜΓΛ.ΤΛΗΛΓΗΙΚ. ΤΚΧΛΧ ΤΙ Ιη|ιΛ», VI (,t ηγ 'ΜΚ ΙΜΤ il* ttl SAY STRIKE'S BROKEN Mr·* ·( l«tl Interr tie Stn4r < TlMf »f tkr Nsl. New Y.«rk An* :·υ Κ J Nail), , vli> president and "t-ncral manager j of (h»> Pott ï I Telegraph company, i yesterday gate out ih«· following ; >-tat* men ι "Nood report* today from all ' points. tiM, *<·«!. north and south, indicate that we started the day - tinder almost normal condition», j with improved traffic and Increased 1 for»···!·. There is not a single place on I the company's line* today where we, are not giving good service, and when» w·1 are not prepared to give prompt handling to any buntnPKs, the public may give us So far as the Vostal I» concerned, the strike is ■over " ft (' dowry, president and gen eral manager of the Western I'nion. -aid yesterday afternoon "The Western t'nion's force of operators are sufficient to handle its traffic with little or no delay; in fact, it can be said that normal con ditions have been resumed. The tele graphers' strike is a thing of the past." We wish to announce to our friends and former patrons that we are now located with Calvin Broth ers on the east side of the square, &nt are now better thin ever, pre pur<* to do your tailoring. We give special attention to ladies' work and guarantee every piece we turn out. A new fall line of samples have just been received and we gaurantee satisfaction and a fit. All work call ed for and delivered free at your ■door. A trial le all we aek. Halcomb A Pa se. Bot H phones. tt Read the Advertisement*! CÎRLS fltt fROM m tmbtmmsri ncnMÉfe Taàr Iffifri m YaN «f rtM, Wfce UBs Nbcr Hudaou. Mis» Λακ 20 The presence of .1 half doten scantily ίΙ.κ] *οηι«»η In the bai k >ard of John Parmenter. who 11*** neat Kort Mead»· Pond In Marlboro caused Mr Parmenter to telephone the po lire On· of ι hi» young women aaid the part) «as bathiiiK in the pond when three "Oreek-epeaklng men" ap peared and sal beside the clothing of the girls, who made for the op posite shore and nought the shelter of Parmenter's garden Parmenter, when pressed more rloselv as to the details of the ward ; robe of his visitors, modestly said j thai "he couldn't exactly tell, but j anyhow there was not an> sinful ok- ' tentatiort in their dress." When the police arrived the young women had departed. Partnenter said his visitors did not leave their names and the three men kept part of the girls' clothing as eouve- ι nirs. PROMOTION FOR OWKNS Reeomes Trainmaster on Trinity Λ I Itrazos Valley Road. Texarkana, Tex.. Aug 2d. Pat rick Owens, who for many years past has been one of the best known pas senger conductors on the Kansas . City Southern railway, has resigned to take a position with the Trinity and Brazos Valley, as trainmaster, with headquarters at Teagne, Texas. Mr Owens is said to be an old- I time running mate of \V. E. Green, I who a few months ago became gen- ι eral superintendent of the Trinity 1 una Brazos Valley road. Read the Want Ads ARRESTED IN DALLAS! _____ I l). S ftanlut *t«v ru· Uur«rt Witt ! lyaduej · Nf#r· Dallas Τ·'μι« \uκ Ι'» I pou j lb·· iird·· of I'liltcd Slate* C'omml» nlone r Mm f 11«*.| on M a \ I t I uni Dim k H»ih(<n k «a* arrented In thin rlt j Mon«1a> morning by Deputy Mamhal Η M Warden and taken tu-fort Commi»>>loner May «here he pl«*:i(1 not guilty to a charge of mur der and wan remanded to Jail with dut bond Tin· alleged crime « .13 In the In I Jlan Territory, near Durant, and o< Hired on March 1 last at which 11me a negro. Jim William». was lynched It was learned that Mr llathcock was In the city and the irrest followed Monday morning The case Ik one that has caused liuch talk throughout the territory 1 »nd the killing of Williams was the •estilt of an outrage, committed by I kVllllams on a white girl near Du- 1 •ant When Williams was caught by I ι crowd of citizens wly> went In < iear< h of him after the outrage had t >een committed, they lynched him. < indictments were found by the fed- t >ral grand jury of the central dis- '· rict of Indian Territory against Mr. < lathcock and others. 1 Many prominent attorneys of the < erritory have volunteered their ser vices to defend the men indicted and lekl to answer to the charge of mûr ier, one having refused a fee of fsoil offered him, saying that he wanted 110 money and would defend j the parties charged with the crime ! as if he were to receive the largest 1 fee on record. The sympathy of the i community Is with the men charged . with the murder. 1 llentti of Vet«·«·»»» Actor. New York. Aug. 20.—George Hoey. the veteran actor, died here Sunday night after a short Illness. He wns well knowu to old-timers, having played with Booth, Barrett, Jefferson and other famous planters. Soup Agent (irts <'asli From Wom en l>y « Smooth Method. The following story from the Houston Chronicle with reference to the present operations in that city of a "soap artist" will he of local In terest m the people of Waxahachle j by reason of the fact that a similar ! game was worked nfar town two or j three years ago The man made his ι headquarters at the hotel in Waxa- j hachie, but selected farmers as his victims He gave his name as Char ley Hodges and claimed that his people lived in Northwest Texas. The last farmer victimized here by Hodges reported 'he matter to the officers and the soap vender «as arrested in his room at the hotel He |ient ·> yea ι or more in jail and | was finally convicted on ι charge of swindling Hi· wa.- -·-lit to the conn j ι> road tn work < ut ι fine of $5<>. and «a- released from the road proli abl\ about nine mouths ago Offi cet » lier·· bclle\e t ii.it Hodge-, has turned lip in Houston The Chronicle ! says Resident- of Edwards street have ι reported that a >ouuk man who lias been soliciting orders im soap lu I that neighborhood t . worked tliein , for vuriou- mu- itt · a»h without delivering the good oui to them Oil e wolll.ttl ι ' til· OI1IU muti tpiH'arril it het home ihe l«t· ι tel pa t of la* »■ · ι and after tell · Ιηκ her · -ton to the effect that certain ticket lie proponed to give her im a premiutti Man nure to win * j Ιιυκκ* he wa* it.I.· to loliet't $i'· froin her il·- waa un . >ufld»ntiul with j liet jUohi Hi· ink' and ι aulioneit h ' he ticlfchlHif' thai he wa* iiunt hrt the winnim ■ oniMin. an<| promt»»*! to deliver the uui. anil I·in.. to hi t at the lam·' ||# 111 t# I Oft , MOORSASSAULT FRENCH [jm !!*■<« Strat ®f Awtfcrr .Star) tiiwiitrr Vkufc is Irntvi < Λ-Λ liljtlc ι Vtljt Jil Suudav »n aUim »u* »ounded ut «unrt»o when κ a! lopin κ group* of Mrxjr» ι »··ΐι discovered on General Ilrude'f | KfKicrn flunk and th>· French sharp ' ihonter* and litchi «nalry were Ini j :ttPdlatel> sent tu the front. followed ι> a deatchment of Spahi» ΛΙ i· >'< l'H k the engagement began, after *htch steady volleys from the "rem h and spahis supported by ; 1111 · from the French cruiser (ilolre loan cleared the beach of the etie tii In th· meantime the French ar- | tilery had been exploding shrapnel • hells among bodies of troopH ftir hei south. Toward 11 o'clock the >toors brok· and mattered in all dl eetlons and eventually disappeared At General Drude's headquarters he attack was regarded as a recon ilsssame of the main body of hos ile tribesmen who remained ion ealed behind a ridge. From the errace of the French consulate red olmans worn bj regular Moroccan roops were distinctly discerned mong the Moorish horsemen It Is onsidered uncertain. however, whether they are regulars or desert rs who had retained their uniforms. I'ISTOI, \\l) MCKNSK. M'gio l'se<l the Former to («et to ' I se the I-utter—l,und<<i in .luil j , Warn, Texas. Aug 20-- Cass j ?oster, f! negro who was in love with ι ( lis dusky charmer, Paralee Wallace, I went to her house when she refused | to marry Mm. and with a pistol In 11 one hand and marriage license lu 1 the other demanded tliat she become 1 his bride. This happened Tour miles \ I from Waco, and, a call had to be tel-\ jephoned In for officers, as the deter-' [.rained Foster would mrt- )eav«r Me. j'was still patroling the premises j when Deputy Sheriff Alva Tilley ατ Ι rived, arid he was taken to jail. i AH.\XIM>.\ HOJi.SK ΛΛΙ» Action of Two Men Are fteported to I the Authorities. j Monday's Dallas News contained ! the following with reference to the I abandonment in that city Sunday I morning of a horse and buggy stolen I from a young man named Marshall | liere Saturday night: | Λ negro reported to the Oak Clïff I mounted officers that a horse hitch- Is ?d to a buggy was tied up at the j ' dot of the liill on Zang boulevard | jet ween Oak Cliff and the city. He j 1 ■ aid he had seen two young white : « :nen driving and that the horse. w •vliich seemed to be ;bout exhausted, '' lad stumbled and fallen. I he shaft ι ' )f the huggj was broken and the |f1 egs of th*· horse badl> skinned Mounted Officer Κ Κ Williams j J ι t ried the rig to the pound hater ; I1 il tin· morning a telephone message | " ! un tin· sin riff of KIlis county. W " H l'orbe- notified the police to be ; a in the lookout for ι horse and bug- '' g> stolen during the early l'art of w Hi· prei. dlng nigh· Tlie ninial is · " I· 1 IELD fOR OLD CRIME t hree Hen i«He< at tothani in Connet-\1 turn Wltfc Mirier. Bonham. Texas, Aug. 20.—Six years ago this fall the dead body ot a young man, almost beyond vecog otf ot aecompoetlon, was found tied up \n a rotton aacV out between Ivanhoe and Telephone about fifteen miles north of Bon ham. It was a moat tcrewHome find. and the officers, every one of them, from constables up, made every ef fort In the world to apprehend those ι who placed the body of poor Elbert j Pinnlon in that sack. after they I eemlngly brutally murdered him. I 'he efforts seemed almost fruitless I nd there was nothing at all to j | ome out of (he Ions and weary Bare h for the criminal except a few uspicions and notions that seemed ι develop into very thin air. There never was a case In the j )unl\ that had so much mystery ttached to It. There was not a man oman or child in I he neighborhood lit that lent every effort to the of fers to run down the fugitive or Ι m lgitives, but all to no purpose |a However since the pri sent grand try has been in session matters ave come to light before that bod> htcli led them to get bu-* on the ρ Id cast the one that bad baffled » . good a sheriff and deputies a* tin- » junty ever had and the> went te η ork. \s a result of their labors « ley have billed and i.iused to (m I ill »'d in Jail Vlbert Keen» . -'·η ot lint Keen· near lvanh·»· H*ur> .eene. son of .li»· Keen·· near the une place, and Jo· Pearson. *h VN at Mbaii* I Γ ThMf vouait men. who are a lehly eon nee ted are ind lrt.nl b ·■· led with the i.-· and It I* Ill-el • I I *·Η I I 10VE GAINS STRENGTH cvoleti«urv Nov (men I Active Secret Societies (Unia« Neaberv Berlin, Aug. 20.—A dispatch from Shanghai, nay a the situation in China, and especially in the YanktM Valley continue» un satisfactory. It la \mpo»aib\e, tbt message adds, to say whether or not a general outbreak is impending, but, the revolutionary movement gains strength daJly and the secret organ f Ixatlons are^ growing?. The Chinese officials say thousands of revolution ists nre concealed in the foreign quarters of the cities and a re thus outside Chinese jurisdiction. The evolutionary movement was recent v carried into the army The murderous plots against Man hus continue to be discovered in ekin. Issussination of Schrett. Bialystok, Russia. Aug 20. -Col • lirett. commander of the Bialystok ilitarv station, has been assassina d. He was accused of organizing id helping to carry out the recent tacks on Hebrews here Passenger Train \Vtv< k«*<l Cedar Rapids. Ia . Aug 20 ν ♦ nu»·!" train on îIih Chit ago. Mit auki't» and Si Haul railroad wan recked yesterday at Keystone liles west of here. Twenty persons ei» injured, several seriously. • *y>. ' ».. _■ ν» Λ , . 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