Fort Worth Star-Telegram from Fort Worth, Texas on December 30, 1908 · 1
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I I ' It T DEAD IN TOWN OF 10 000 CATANZARO Calabria Dec 30—A report received here early this morn- ') ing says town of Bagnara on the coast to the north of Reggio has been corn1 pletely wiped out fire finishing the work of destruction The report says: "All inhabitants of Bagnara are dead" The town contained about 10000 I people In a few days lime will be scattered over the heaps of ruins which alone mark the site of a once populous town MU LLALY Says: Hear Miss Eva Jacobson at the Majestic this week She comes anil came from Arkansas we're glad he WEDS WHILE SUIT FOR LOSS OF FIRST 11119M PENN! Mrs Al lie Miller Bride of I H Hardesty DAMAGE $401000 That Sum Asked of Jim Burgess Acquitted of Slaying Donald Miller EFFECT ON SUIT aMtiO Lawyers Differ as to What Jury Will Do With the Case While suing Jim Burgess the slayar of her husband for $10500 Mrs Attie Miller widow of Donald Miller again listened to the voice of Cupid and disa regarding the effect that a second marriage would have on the suit became the wife of J H Hardesty The shooting affair took place on the public road near Haslet on Wednesdsa March 11 and was caused by a dispute over the possession of a Tarn Burgess claimed that Miller rale a motion as if to draw a gun and when this motion was made he -tired the bullet striking Miller in the abdornaa At that it was thought that Miller vaa not dangerously wounded but "nis condition rapidly became critical and on March 17 he died Burgess admitted the shooting and in trial at the September term of the Sixty-seventh district court claimed that the shooting was done in self de-tense He was representea by McLean ! & Scott and the Jury returned a verdict of acquittal Burgess is a praminent cattleman and ! IF well known in Fort Worth his home ! 1Ang at 711 East Beilknap He is a eon-in-law of J J Jarvis and a broth-1 pain-law of Van Zandt Jarvis Mrs Miller a month after her husband's death brought suit against Burgess for 00500 Her Allegations In her original petition filed by her Etorneys Capps Cantey Hanger & Short April 17 Mrs Miller represented that on March 11 she was the wife of Donald Miller that he was 29 years of age and as he was a man of vigor-La health that he earned $100 a month from which sum he provided all necessary conveniences and comforts and as a result of said labor was veumulating for himself ana wife mach property And further that by reason of the dealt of said Donala Miller she as lost the companionship of her husband and a provider for her and by reason thereof she has been damaged in the sum of $25004 actual and $15090 exemplary - tiarnsaes aggregating $10000 She further states that she was compelled and did pay the sum of $254) for medical attendance and $250 for burial expenses for which she should be remunerated This brings the total amount of the -salt to $4000 L Effect of Second Marriage "What effect Nv this second mar- ?'age have on the suit? is a question that is being assaed on every hand at The Court house The attorneys for tie defense claim liat it does in a large measure abate the suit as Mrs Miller based a portion of her suit on damages resulting from the loss of maintenance and loss of Property which her husband was rapidly accumulating for himself and for hen Now she has again found a husband and they declare that this tact invalieates her suit for any damages for loss sr Maintenance at least since her second marriage W P McLean Jr of the firm of rcLean & Scott attorneys for Bur-discussing Mrs Millers marl) age to Hardesty said: "The' fact of ter marriage practically dismisses the rat Of course she might go on the stand and swear that the present husnd Is not so plod as the former but sne probably won't do that All she tan possibly seek to recover is loss of aaintenance from the time oathe death of !ler first husband to the time of 'her Tarriage to the second" Attorney Capps of the firm Capps 17antea Hanger & Short attorneys for Ira Miller said: "While I have heard the report that Mrs Miller had again 'flarried I do not know it to be a fact !yowever if she has married it will ar'avs no legal effect on her suit against gurgesa Of course no one can tell "'hat effect it will have-on the Jury" alit J H Hardesty works nighta at ''11-? Texas brewery and in discussing l!ls matter said: "A marriaaa license islied December 19 and we were aarried the following Sunday I do not re to say anything about that suit attCni to that Burgess case" alqa and Mrs Hardesty are keeping -"Ila at 1216 Louisiana avenue lkj j' 4f lor7 TH ft FOB' VOL XXVI NO 350 "RULES MUST STOP7-GMBELL ORBS BEEN Governor Says Law Is Being Violated NO GAMBLING HERE m1wm County Attorney Roy Is Not Interested in the Proclamation SHERIFFS CALL! Dallas and Galveston Officials in Austin to Get Their Commissions )t i-itl i ?( 7 he 7 etoyrana AUSTIN Texas Dec SO—Governor Campbell today created another stir Nv hen he issued a proclamation offer ing $10O reward tor the arrest and conviction of persons who he says in the proclamation continue to violate the law with respect to gaming and exhibiting gaming devices The Proclamation is also directed against persons who are knowingly permitting their premises to be used for gaming or exhibiting games The governor says that persons unknown to him are continuing to violatethe law He calls attention to the law which not only Imposes a fine but makes it a penitentiary offense The governor is determined to stop gambling in Texas of any character whatever which in-duties raffles Sheriff Thomas of Galveston and Sheriff Ledbetter of Dallas reacileti here today awl both had a conference with Governor Campbell Sheriff Thomas came at the request of the governor and to get his commission which has not yet been signed Sheriff Thomas said that aalveston is closed as tight as an Oyster and will remain so With that understanding the Governor will sign his commission but he was too busy this morning to do so The commission of Sheriff Ledbetter has not been signed for the reason the Slfee for the commission has not been presented to the state department It! is said that the governor wants to sect the Sunday theaters closed before he signs this! commission Sheriff Ledbetter is likely to get his commission while here County Attorney Roy says this proclamation of the governor does not affect this county in any way "I put a stop to raffles here before Christmas" said Mr Roy "and her Is nothing of that sort going on now I suppose this is the cleanest county in the state so far as raffles and other gambling is concerned' Fall Out of Love Divorced Fall In Love Again Rewed! Estranged divorced reunited aryl remarried all in the period of a short six months is a part of the matrimonial history of Mr and Mrs W A Fishback of Fort Worth On July 6 W A Fishback was granted a divorce from Matt le Fish-back and on the 2Sth of December with a new light of love in their eyes the couple walked into the office of Justice of the Peace IL E Bratton and once more said their marriage vows These facts are written down on the records at the county building but what a'tory might be written if one had the power to read between the lines! A Whin asked concerning the marriage Mrs F V Pishback mother of the bridegroom said that she had Just learned of the marriage and had not seen her son since Chrsitmas day She did not care to discuss either the first marriage the divorce or the second marriage WANT COURT TO REMAIN AT AUSTIN - MeClennan County Bar Passes Resolu tions Making Request of Legislature Szteeial So The Telegram - WACO Texas Dec 30--A resolution was this morning passed by the :teClennon County Bar association requesting- the legislature to permanently locate a court of criminal appeals at Austin It Is stated that a great inconvenience has resulted to the judges in holding- court at AUZZtin Tyler and Dallas - IF Mulkey Offers 24 New Jobs in Fire and Police Departments There will be twenty-four new city jobs to be filled when the budget for the pollee and fire departments is adopted Commissioner Mulkey in preparing his budget recommends twelve t-dolitional men for each department The budget is not yet completed but will be shortly It will carry a request for I110(4)0 for the fire department Tho amount for the police department is not yet fixed The fire department estimate is far above that of last year This is due to the need fore additional equipment salaries of the twelve men tbroposed to be added and the need of at bast two new fire stations It is practically certain I hat a recommendation will be made for the establishment of a station in thy Ninth ward A station alizo is planned for the Tenth ward The Ninth ward station probably' will come first as the big water mains have not yet been extended thru the Tenth ward pending a decision of the water supply company The budget offered by Mr Mulkey will also call for a joint 'fire and police alarm system covering the entire city It is estimated tile cost of thLs will be about lti(Pcnt Estimates of other city departments preparation are in ccurse of THE WEATHER Temperature at 11:3J p 52 degrees Wind north velocity 9 miles an hour Barometer 3015' and rising Indications are for cold wave Amsorlatrd Proz3 NEW OrILEANS' Dec- 2O—Weather forecasts are 113 follows: Oltlahonya--Wednesny night fair voider Nvith hard frieze: Thursday Intr colfler cit portion - East Textts--Wetineschty night ( 011-r freezing- rver nit-rior - 701(1 wave at Fort Worth Thursday fiir colder except northwestern portion moderate northwest wind on coast s A eto-Ot tCo 1903 Cif Of 7Pd'r17:1 -1:Ta-V J PIERPONT MORGAN - VICE CONSUL AT MESSINA HAS RELATIVES IN TEXAS Stuart Lupton vice consul at Messina who takes charge of the American affairs thru the death of the consul in the earthquake is a brother of Mrs C T Caldwell of Waco wife of Dr Caldwell 4fr pastor of the First Presbyterian church there Dr Caldwell is a brother of Mrs Bacon Saundess of Fort Worth The family have received no direct word from the young vice consul who was only recent- ly sent to Messina but assume from the fact he government messages bear his name that he is safe Mr Lupton is a native of Clarksville Tenn Mrs John Harrison and 1Nliss Frances Harrison are at - present in Rome Miss Harrison is at- 4 tending school there and their relatives here feel assured that they were in the city and conse- quently safe during the trouble No message has been received from thern however since Christ- mas messages arrived ) M CHARGE NEGRO WITH POSTOFFICE THEFT Lee Chiles Arrested in Waxahache for Offence Committed at Henna Oklahoma gorrfri to The Tricaram WAXAHACHIE Texa S DPC- 0—A deputy sheriff from Hanna Okla catur here yesterda:i- and arrestcd'Lee Chiles colored on a charge of robbing the postolice there eorne time ag-1 Chiles is: aeellsoll 4:‘f obtainIng eonsid(-rabic! money Ctn blank money orders which were tolAl and forged 1 I 401 ti tart-s:a i TELEG FORT WORTH TEXAS WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 30 1903-CITY EDITION Pope Pius Who Gives $200000 for Relief of Quake Victims and J P Morgan Who Cabled $10000 Twelve Girls From Here to Visit Quake Stricken District A party of Texas young people will F horny visit the earthquake district of Sicily The party consists of Lceive young ladies from Arlington Heights college who leave early in June for a contirienett tour The party will go first to Italy Sicily had not been included -in the itinerary Lut arrangements -will be made to spend a week in the earthquake district if the young ladies desire It From Italy the parry goes to France Germany Austria Switzerland Belgium England and Scotland Mrs Edward ThomPson will accornPanY tile party They will sail from Boston June 12 and will return via Liverpool and Nev York Special lectures in preparation for the trip will begin --rith the opening of the new term January 5 The first of the series vii1 be an address by Dr Thompson on "Milton as Related to the History of England" Cold Wave' Coming! Drop to 20 Degrees or Less is Forecast IThe cold xvave flag was hung from the top of the federal building Wednes day morning announcing a coming drop in the temperature Wednesday night 1 A cold wave forecast means a drop 1 to 20 degrees or less Wednesday !morn1 ing's temperature was 42 degrees- The cold wave probably will last Ithru Thursday no change in tempera-lure being announced for that day Fair weather will prevail Thursday 'MARCH CHOSEN FOR I FACTORY CARNIVAL --- IMarch has been selected as the month for the' holding of Fort Worths big- industrial carnival and It Is highly probable that the dates will conform -with thosedecided On for the Fat Stock Show and cattlemen's convention A meeting of the directors of the : Factory club was held Tuesday after- - noon in the office of Secretary Evans and the matter was discussed in detail ITt was argued that by having the industrial exhibit at a time when- the cattlemen are here it undoubtedly i would add - much to the success of t the new 1-enturo and would give -- 1 eowinen pn opportunit3- to see that in ladilitIon to being the market center for i the Southwest Fort Worth is the hub I when it comes to manufactures Ny A!)--41t4 Prfms ic! ON TRAINS PRICE 2 C c JC JC JC Uncle Bill Says Cold Waves coming but the ‘-kates pcode g o t Chrtstms s won't help I them much - 1005000 KILLED! HALF PEOPLE OF STRICKEN DISTRICT OUR Thirty-Five Villages Wiped Out—Populace Crazed by Sudden Calamity Takes Refuge in Mountains—Islands Believed to Have Sunk Into Sea—Coast Line Changed tIORRORS GROW ESTIMATES TOO SLOW Queen of Italy Overcome by Sights of Horror—Victims Imprisoned in Ruins Die of Fire—Starving People in Dire Need of Food—Rescuers Almost Helpless I"ThaME Dee 30----Half the population of Calabria and the 'Ilk° eastern paft of Sicily is dead and the other half is weeping As the great extent of the terrific seismic disturbances become apparent it seems impossible to exaggerate the horrors which have followed them The calamity which has overwhelmed Italy is almost beyond the grasp of the imagination not only because of the (lead now known to number tens of thousands but because of the innumerable wounded buried in the ruins many of which will perish because it is impossible to rescue them from the wrecks of their former homes The whole of Italy is absolutely stunned and at the scene of the disaster the bulk of the people are literally demented with the suddenness and extent of the blow The total number of victims is variously estimated at from 50000 to 150000 - The king and queen of Italy arrived at Messina today and as they made their way into the ruiued town the scene of disaster and horror was too much for the queen who almost swooned Crowds of terror-strieken persons swarmed about the royal party throwing themselves in the mud and -screaming for pity and aid Many terrible stories are related in connection with the rescue work Rescuers had to contend with the superstition so deep-rooted in the Sicilian mind In many instances the injured men and women clung to the crumbling walls refusingto seek safer positions As further facts coneerning stricken Messina become available theyeorroborate in every detail the worst fears heretofore expressed The cathedral municipal building barracks and prisons were destroyed and presumably all smaller buildings shared the same fate of two hundred and eighty railway employes in the station at Messina only eight are known to have survived while at Reggio the silenee of death still reigns and leaves to the imagination 'the terrible havoc wrought by the catastrophe with the horrible inrush of the sea swallowing up the boats crushing ships and destroying bridges and walls Debris Dots Surface of Sea Shore Chanced The sea became almost instantly covered with debris after the upheava1 containing refuse of every description apd dotted with huinan bodies When rty dawned the entire shore line of the surrounding country was -utterly changed in appearance The coast line was greatly altered while of all the magnificent houses along the shore only a few tottering ruins remained and from these ruins from time to time there sprang jets of flame and stroke A national committee has been formed to collect funds for the vie tims The committee is headed by the Duke of Aosta and includes the senate and chamber of deputies the mayor of Rome and all prominent men in the lofding towns The subscription list has been opened with $400000 contributed by King Victor Emmanuel All banks clubs civic and commercial associations and newspapers have opened subscription lists The premier tollity received a telegram from Signor Felice deputy at Messina summing up the situation as follows: "Messina is completely destroyed razed to the ground- The victims mny be numberod by tens of thousands- The cenflagration which is still raging Is crAnpleting the destruction of the city Salvage implements firemen and soldiers must be sent instantly The disaster exceeth s the wildest imagination" Thirty-Five Towns Utterly Destroyed The volcano Stromboli is active and ow seas arourall the island are ver7 agitated and dangerous to navigation The pope has telegraphed the arch bishop at Pa lerrno a large sum of money and instructed hint to procefA to Iktessina immediately to help --e survivors From the latest estimates today it is feared the total number of victims in 'Sicily and Calabria may (Continued on Page 2) NOOlmhi LATEST NEWS BULLETINS PARIS Dec 30—The petition of Count Boni de Castel-lane that the custody of his three sons be given to his mother the Marquise CaStellane was denied today The court ruled that the children remain in the custody of their moth er formerly Miss Anna Gould of New York Pt ktfev14ted Preok ' NEW ORLEANS- Dec 20--Rev David Sums Protestant Episcopal bishop of Louisiana is believed by members of his diocese to have been at Messina Italy at the tirria of the earthquake Nothing has been heard from him P:Tt t!e - 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