it. son highly with pepper and salt, and let It simmer for one hour. divorce, O'Bryant, Key Â«t Bolt debt and Gerloff, J. J. repairs, shed, two four- $20. barn. Cor.- BEGUN III IOIIER WRECK ENSIGN BEGINS TAKING or TESTIMONY TESTIMONY AT SAN ANTONIO. Finding)! Will Not Or Made Public Â«ail Work la Behind CloMd Doom--Wil- llama Refuara to Divulge. At on suf- at Arch- Rt. Plus Ver- be plan has which Hit rank make the were of of Mobile de Ven and San Antonio, Tex., March 22.--The taking taking of testimony by John Ensign, representing representing the Interstate commerce commission, commission, to show the cause of. the explosion explosion of the boiler In the yards of the Sunset Route here Monday, was begun behind closed doors. Tiie Lecstimony will not be maae public, but will be sent in the form of an official official report to the Interstate commerce commission at Washington. | The state railroad commission is rep- i reuuhiea at the hearing; hv unairmnii ; Allison Mayfleld, and the Southern 'Pa! 'Pa! clflc by Superintendent J. B. Mcliean, i Assistant General Manager J. W. Small i and District Inspectors Shirley and Dougherty. Mr, Ensler. will probably returri to Washington tomorrow. The public in- : the explosion and composer!" of i~nViÂ£ I se.ntative citizens will resume Its hear- I ings next week. Those injured in the Sunset boiler ex- the department, wherein fitacka Some telephone Meanwhile way several and state Governor hastened chemical streaked Firemen, extinguisher through with the district hastened the Adjutant t of his :f*i*; or fire toward inv'tuuabie back to ? ubllc. hey built decades tkl at x- plosion Monday morning are resting well and improving with the single exception exception of William Thomas, a negro. Thomas will probably die. He was I struck In the side, sustaining the loss of i all the muscle.* n.nrt covering of the !n- I testlnesj and although he .has displayed ] j woimeriui vitality, it is not Deuevea ne j can recover. B. P. Alanda. foreman of the paint shop, who was operated on Tuesday, Is now deemed well on the road to recovery. recovery. G. Roach, the negro steamfltter'a helper, whose shoulder was shattersd by a piece of steel, showed Improvement, as did John Sanchez, whose skull was punctured, punctured, and George Williams, whose "leg was amputated. it Is understood from reliable authority authority that the findings of John Ensign, the. federal firnvernrin.pTit boiler expert, will be the same as the citizens' committee committee in regard to the boiler explosion. Ho is ot the opinion too great steam pressure caused It as a result of the popcock being screwed down. WILLIAMS MAKES NO STATEMENT. Railroad Commissioner Haa NothlnK to Say on Sntt Autoulo Explonton. Special to The Newe. * Austin, Tex., March 22.--Railroad Commissioner Commissioner William D. Williams, on his return today from ah Investigation, with Chairman Allison Mayficld and Engineer R. D. Parker of the commission, of the Southern Pacific yards disaster in San Antonio, declined to make any statement whatsoever concerning their investigation investigation ui tu eXiJicBS injisuutu or OLl'iciai opinion as to the cause of the f r i g h t f explosion that cost twenty-six lives. "In so far as we have looked into the Â·recurrence, anu whatever we may ao to cultural open but smeared By and only finally waa where house. and saturated rags Had ure draft i mOrÂ», f uard own a huge, uniforms, long public practically the old by the The that and This improved occasion Indication tlnltes part of eider, business spiritual Sunda.y school system, Epwortli 1 a , ssl ft t n e Interstate commerce commls- w i l l ' sion s representative I n q u i r i n g into IB run u mutter to oe discussed ' flt . 3 t'mc- Judpre W i l l i a m s m i l d , "if ........ I there Is any statement to be given out was concerning our work In San Antonio It term: Rev. J. S. wm come from the chairman at st Insti- president nf l i c f p Peterson. U. delegate w i l l V . . W. W. | 2.L""i2j investigation and on the p meeting: n r x t p p autl Fcn- r l o p i n ^ f l n y of ! IIic i n n r n I r-'nrtcr of Hal- i | M n r - l i " ' R " v "The federal officials had not arrived when I left Snn Antonio, and I do not know exactly what (orm the examination In the local courthouse t o d a y ' w i l l Ac!!n_fÂ£ A t t o r n n y rinnorg; "\ValtilTM] V.'il! con- i iÂ«pi-vÂ»unt the commission in tne exam: exam: i n a t i n n . T nqdnrn* In. bring OUt any 1!'^ '. ters on which the chairman believes the f,,l. state shuuia i?c c n i i K n l f c i u . f l that touched on by o t h e r pcruons interested. "Of course the. only a c t i o n the commission commission mltrlit t a k f on tho r^S'llts of Up I n v e s t l g j a t l n n wonlil bo to ii'eisiation ror more rigm Inspection. 1 presume the c n a i r m a n m n y remain Nan Anior.!.-, :;ntl! ins iiivesllgatlon 'Â« c o m p l e t p r t . Several of the most t a u t witnesses arc still In (lie h o s p i t I I - ' "nd Imiccopslhle. nml tlii'lr tesllmonv p r o b a b l y coultl not be nhl.nlned in Irs's t h a n n \vfpk." Special convention morning at new university, Monday, Some the make expecting representative atlons and \ V e Mercer ot Spencer of Charlotte Mr. The his After Monday Dr. v e n This meeting. Special Bppsrn.i" district effect cleiir Attorney vipert of p all the c o n being u r e m)U4 SWITCHMAN" INSTANTLY K I I , l , i ; firorgr Wnverly Knocked From nox TH Snn A n f n n l n . Tex.. M a r c h 22.- \ V a v f t r l y . a ? n - H ' - l i l n n n in ins: p a c o n v ^ n t i n n i i n ^ t i n n n v i d n i - M r . 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