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I Ht WAXAHACHIE DAILY LIGHT.
" ' ~ —- — ' 11 1 ■ ■ I. , . . - ■% — ' " . . " ,11·· HI —— VOLUME XT. WAXAHACHIK, Tfc.VVS. TIKSOAV. XOVKMHKK 5. IWOT. MM1 THE CONTEST CLOSES Tic Find Cm·I Shtws Πι» Allés Ια Be the Vianer. The teachers' \oting contest which has been conducted by the Dai:. Light for the past several days < ame to a close Monday afternoon at (, o'clock. Some surprising Chan gee were made In the home stretch and in the final count of the votes Miss Ethel Allen was shown to be iii wlnnei Miss Susie Pope who held She lead all the way through th" contest dropped to third place and Miss Edna Cocke advanced to -second .Miss Cecile Moore ruade âome excellent sains in the last days of the contest but the closing result showed her to be In fourth place. The contest was spirited from the beginning to the close and the large number of votes received by each young lady proves that they have many friends among the school children. The prize given in this contest was tickets for five choice seats at the opera house for the performance of "The Clansman" Wednesday night. The tickets were presented to Miss Allen today and she will have the privilege of inviting four friends to enjoy the performance with her. The final count of the votes showed the following result: Mis- Allen (il 9 Miss Cocke 402 Miss Pope 4U7 Miss Moore 215 Shoots His Sueetlieait. NorfrUC:. Va., Nov. Γι.— Joe Dean, an 18-year-old boy called Julia Johns!1 ,. a girl, also in her teens to the door of her boarding house last night and shot her through the ab . » . , ι he ITolTTFH. Tre^rrt çm temple. Both will dit -aid to have been the cause .Teolousy i* ΓΗ IU Κ II \ ΙΗΛ ΙΙΓΙΙΤ. i T. A I'. Kivigtil Train Kutis lui· l'iM.ts Slfii'l Cal'. Dallai-. Texas. Nov. ô. \ Texas and Pacific fielght train crushed in to an electric Htreet car ai l.ive Oak street and Pacific avenue crossing last night The Injured: Mrs .1 McKnlght, employed lu tlie Texas and Pacific general offi ces. hip broken. Internal Injuries A Hart sel I. a telegraph opera tor for the Postal Telegraph com pany. right leg broken hurt inter nally Mrs H Peu fish of 4 25 Bryan street, hut about hips and internal ly The street car had *»n passengers but none of the others were hurt. The street car was broken into frag ments and the freight car loaded wiih lumber turned completely over, blocking the tracks. OKKICKH SHOT TO iikath. Pauls Valley l-'euil Knds in Killing of Assistant Chief of Police Ardmore, I. T., Nov. —VV. H. Cathey, assistant chief of police at Pauls Valley, was waylaid and kill ed Sunday night about G::'.u o'clock in front of the Valley Cafe in that city. Jim Stephenson charged with the crime was brought here and placed in the federal jail. The ill feeling between the two originated several months ago, when Cathey attempted to arrest Albert Stephenson, a nephew of .Tim Stephenson, for a violation of the pity law. Young Stephenson resist ed arrest and was beaten in-'ο sub-j mission by the officer, who placed i him in the /-Pauls Valley jail. Western I'nion Ouster. Austin. Nov. 5.—The ouster case I if the state against the Western ! "ninp T·-'v'· "-i')' company has beenl ί—*Γ L jj _ f set t'»r trial Deo. R, in trie iTlilTifι court here. t**«*>>♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ New Ferndell Goods Now In Ferndell Mince Meat in stone jars. Ferndell Apple Butter in stone jars. Ferndell Preserves, Jellies and Jam in gia'-ses. rwwww - — - - The Best Place to Trade OiocmI*» pnee», I,, i»t *\ rvthin ROY CONNALLY & CO. : t ι • . ne ιη ι position to till <«11 ν oui ii| οι t ι \ vsanîv ami Mtluit \oui |>.iti uimjj» Htiunu «ou ul oui »u\toiiuis loi Novemtni \S ι f)4Vi no h«ι il *lo» k tu oliei it a spuiâl prive *" I" Il M tl«TVI » , «r» .. A lull lint ul \t(rt4l>U* Jiui Krmt* ίΟι F ι uiav .»iul Satui il<i\ El. C. LUMLEY, - * 1t. • Bol! Both Phono λ. 9 ()ppu»llr I' ^ M»»*****·**»»»»-" ! If You Like Cakes Trv Ours ; : è : 1 ν ako> m ι i;lnfr$ jftd hulk It s t - ι «J |Λ P. P. SMITH Ô CO I MOB LYNCHES Λ NEGRC I » ton Vho AI ticked Yean* fairl in riil«u Cowf* Is Hufet Cameron. Texas. N"in 5 Alex •Johnson. tli< negro who assaulted Miss Jlaili'j neai Maysfleld last Wednesdaj, was hung Monday after noon about I ο clock by a mob of infuriated ι ItUens from different portions of the county. A large crowd was in town, and when the grand jur>. which was milled for the purpose of Investigating the case against this negro, returned ail in jdietment. charging him with assault with intent to commit a criminal : assault and the crowd learned that under that charge no death penalty ; could be secured, a large body of ; unmasked men, with sledge hain j innrs, started for the jail. Sheriff Holtzclaw, with deputies, I were upstairs in jail, and pleaded with the crowd to let the law take its course, and that his duty required him to protect the prisoner. District Judge Scott left the bench and pleaded for the law to take its course, and promised that the ne gro should 1>< tried next Monday, the first day of criminal docket. Representative citizens. officers and attorneys talked with the crowd tul their voices were hoarse, hut to no avail. All the time the men were plying the sledge hammers to tfte door. Dynamite was also secured and the building threatened. Judge Scott wired and telephoned to the governor for an order to the local military company to report to the sheriff for orders. lint the lines were in trouble and communication was delayed. The sheriff called in a large num ber ot citizens to aid in protecting the negro. andtthey readily respond - A > - - ■ ΪΓΤίίΓΥίί, he swollen stream of a mountain, he crowd was invincible. y The doors were battered so that he locks were broken and entrance effected. The crowd rushed upstairs ^ ead b\ gray-haired men, and it meant the death of many good citi- | «ens to save the negro, foi it was plain these men meant to have the negro at any cost. About \ o'clock the negro wa> se cured, and lie was led amid the ( shouts of about όοο men. riding around the courthouse and to a large J oak within a few fee! of the build- | iftjg and ι ai ie h< was swung to the limb of the tree till he was dead. | The crowd was orderly. nil <i \\s\i w \ ι π ι : ι : ι ι ι !*!;»> ·-<I to ;» < njuu il v Itou·»· Hier»· >|m:.,|.i\ \iglit Terrell Texas. Nox î>. The | i>ltt\ed here last night to j I î a lis ii. the mi iXf .ind io id of tip ν the niauattei of (to· « output!) ed with 'le ι a «titer* of the oh ι μ routine tit batiU» to arr.pt « vihanne In an intM i U< ν ι itf h fiber ated th* of Te\ι t I j* «I hMIIHMl «Μ»»*»»"*» I·» *·» m mît \v«»i:th πκκκλτκι». Trinity t nivi-r*itj Min- m»tIm»11 iiiiint1 i>> ri Sn»l"c nf to O. 1 Fori Worth rnlvemlty fallu· ilown Monday tilth confident of taking I the football salin· from Trinity and j stuc -lied im holding hei to a stand 1 still during th<· first half, lint in the I second half Trinity gained strength ι and carried the goose-egg for a I touch-down In the first five minutes J Inn failed m kick soul \t no time was Trinity's goal In danger, only twice was the Κ \V. Γ as close us thirty yardt. each lime a ρ tare kick v\us attemi>ted with no success. F. \t. Γ made but little gains except by the forward pass which they used successfully In the first half. Trinity made her gains by straight line iuck.- When a sure gain was needed I Kdmonson could bp depended upon to do the work. McCoHtim in left half made three sensational gains that netted Trinity forty-five yards, then Beamer was able to take the ball for the only touchdown. Shauley was shifted to right end »and proved to be the man for the position. Capt. Berry was the man that the visiting team most feared and rightly they should for he was good on offensive. Everheart used good headwork at quarter. F. W. ('. found Daniels and Dealing "always in the way'" at tackle. The team as a whole played good ball. The line up was: Trinity F. W. U. Berry, c c Hoon Hughley rg Crosby I· lorey Ig Ware Dealing rt Crockett Daniels It Rowland Shiinley re laenke Gibbons le Anderson Everheart q Mies, c. Beamer rh Floyd | McCollum .... Ih Barden j Edmonson f Word t Time <rf naïves, twenty minutes. | -, ,i. f-^an'it-ιΓ·· —_ >l ··"-—:—τγ'Λ· r.c ΤΜΉκτ» ι· < ^ ;;ι V. Ο. Mronii Will Knee Malins Jtirj on November '-5.">. Dallas, Texas, Nov. Γ>.—W. Ο 1 trown'a trial on flu· ehurge of mm ; er for the killing of Albert Sidney ohnson of Arlington, was yesterdav . et lor November Brown, who is uesident of the Brown BugK> Man-! ifartnrin.u ( ο m ι Μι η >. killed .lohnson. ι traveling salesman. in the lobby , .f the St. George hotel in Dallas on fantiary 2!. lust, by shooting him luring a quarrel. Mail Saiiitai> ( iiui|uiiui·. Ulllsboio. Texas. Nov A san tal λ campaign has just ιonimenced whirh bids fall to have .lie of the ι leanest III the w ,i re< onilliend' d l\V \s ttati Health Officer \iin who visited this clt> List Mill-!.· *dlUW I" I »,M "* 1 1 l!l Arthur Sba». <h< young :>m about Haidwetl. who t η death-Hill, at a restaura tarda) e\eutn* '* "" * Do Y ou LiKe Good Drug Service? Do You Want Good Drugs? I λ KKP % \1 in style--in fit--finish--fabric integrity. Exactitude--it guides the hand of the tailcr in his painstaking task of shaping and moulding. It directs the hand that finally puts that subtle, yet intensely important touch to tht· garment that stamps it a finished product. Through and through our clothes are quality sure—style sure. The embodiment of al! that's the best centersni a Matthews' Suit. $12.50 to $25.00 Matthews Bros. Exactitude FIX Kl) I'OI! KILLING 1K>VKS. \<Ki υ Knters Plea of tàuilty to I Shooting lliiil* Out of Season!* It will cost A. Williams, colored, the sum ot $41! for shooting doves before the open season for killii^ LSJÉln. - hir/lt Hti<j.nui'l ^ A. -À fpj f" WJ.« _j BWTiTnfr Mild enferpd , to a charge of unlawfully Κi111η - j oves He was fined $ which p itii (he cost added will amount toll iJ. Williams was arrested at I'al ter sev< ral weeks ago and brought • jail here. (•'red Ingham, anolhc fiee man I I ι color. entered pleas of gliilt> to liaises of aggravated assault and ι ;·-. * Hi was fined $:!·"■ in «·;ιι·Ιι ,ise Ingham I- the negro who was .rested upon the evidence of his vite «lien she testified before the' listiiit court In divorce proceedings. Otlu-i pleas of guilt.» .. i'jiitd are is follows: Columbus Hold" afl'ri. lined S Λ till itoben Itldgell, aggia^.tled sa u It and ; '· · fined < <. \SU| I Ν I I \ ΙΊ « >sl« »\ I η, Ntiiitmi: ill W.Mo SaiiMtii < an·. ♦ Η I i\ ft x I.I.IMMI W ar»». Nov Γ» K|r·· Saturday a I t-i'lUM»» orlKltMMU lif*lr,,v *'» i1 hum. th.»' 11·"1' of Aldeim. n Ϊ*'*11 pt*ti »ml I"»' d°wl Th* aid*·' utun I Turf allied I I. rtl tl* tititnl' . f t . itlJoittiU· 11 »:■"· tH I I 4» bliv Iw I il« «aMMl \k*. m*i- M ** * * f«tt WlH Imp **** |a| IfCitV1 #4 ^ t f ι r * * WtHKm m *I* %**** t *H% rfOfa*1 toèW AIUtKHTED IX KHISCO. Texan 1 >t<l;W'<\s Thai Hi· Shot Negro in Self liefeiuw. Saji Francisco. Cal., Nov. 5.— James J. Yarbrutigh. a street car Conductor, wîk arrested yesterday. .lill (» .. I rl Al-~ ... · Vlnston of π J It DCUu . «»ivw. η m that position, lie .-uvs. he was Hacked by a gang of negro roughs lid in self defense faialh shot one f them, whose name he does not non ■ ntisoM i: ksi \i»ks. H'SI'ii lumps I in.m <.ii \\ union .1-. Train i.'-.i\rs i-jinis. Knnis, Texas. Nov. Λ deputy hi riff from Tyler was passii.g hrough Klinis Sunday night wiih .· H-gio prisoner in handcuff», taking ■in. from Hallas 10 Tyler and as the η » pulling out of the south yards tue negro junip.d friun the train and escaped. The lo.al offtc ί·» were notified and joined in the luit no to this 110 trare of the I ,ιι» ι η.in I'· ' 'III 1 'I·· Kboro. Texas. Nov ·■ W Carlton, whiU