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Wichita Weekly Times from Wichita Falls, Texas • Page 1

Wichita Weekly Times from Wichita Falls, Texas • Page 1

Wichita Falls, Texas
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-v W- -ri W-P -W' tr 3i i VOLUME xviii WICHITA FALL8 TEXAS FRIDAY JUNE 21 1907 NUMBER SO MAGAZINE ARTICLES i i i by telephone over the wires of the American Telegraph and Telephone Company are all owned by the same he said will doubtless try to handle some business that way However they will have a hard time doing that and there are many other ways to make trouble for PENT REACHED STRIKE IS AVERTED mi nt NO STRIKE ment Mr Russell telegraphed the union's representative In New York to ADMITTED AS EVIDENCE READ TO THE JURY ASSESSED VALUATION RAISED APPLIED TO 8TEUNENBERG BY MAGAZINE TO SUPPORT CONTENTION Arrested on' Serious Charge From Dally While returning from Oklahoma with two witnesses who are to tell the gram Jury what they know about a criminal abortion at Haakell several months ago a constable from that place accidentally met the man who la wanted to answer to the abortion charge In the Denver depot In this city this afternoon and promptly placed him under arrest The constable placed the man In Jail and proceeded to Haskell with the witnesses The abortion Is alleged to have been committed on the prisoner's 13-year old sister-in-law Notice Is Givsn Property Holders of Increased Assessment Secretary Rye of the City Connell la sending out postal cards today to property holders In the city notifying them that the City Board of Equalization has raised the assessed valuation of their property and that a meeting of the board will he held July let at which the property holders may show cause why their assessments should not he raised Jndge Rye la sending out between three and four hundred of these notices It Is estimated that the Increase In the taxable values in the city have been rised nearly half a million dollars and that the total valuation will exceed $1500000 meet the Commissioner and present the union's aide of the controversy If the strike order Is Issued 2500 commercial telegraphers in Chicago will leave their keys and every Board of Trade In the country will be tied up Mr Russeil said that It had not been decided whether the newspaper operators will be called out hut said it was probble The general executive committee empowered President Small to call a strike against either or both' of the big telegraph companies Secretary Russell said that If a strike order was Issued It would be against both companies Added seriousness was thrown into the situation by Secretary Russell who said that it was probable that If a strike was called the railroad telegraphers who belong to the order of Railroad Telegraphers might go out also There are 50000 of these operators and most of them handle Western Union messages as well as train dispatches The official said he understood that If a strike was called the officials of the telegraph companies would endeavor to send thrir-business i4 OtfMlNT OF TROUBLES BE-operators and com- PARIES REACHED OF COMPANY IsSstisfic torr thi Operators STfltk June Az a result of 4 ycjffimlMlnMr of Labor ytlD6is suggestions made K2a tl idjustment of the dlffer-sHktreeathe Western Union Tel-fiyk Omptny and Its operators has meted and there trill he no cos Resident dowry of the com-today addressed a letter to Neill tte position of the company dA admittedly satisfactory to all jtia coaeeraed Declares Efforts Useless Chon June Secretary Verier Ewell said that the efforts dftnhstoner Neill to bring about would he useless and that a be ordered at any mo Of the State That Federation Officers Incited the Murder of the Governor Boise Idaho June 20 When court opened this morning Jndge Wood announced his decision on the admissibility of the articles In the Miners Magazine as evidence He said the court was thoroughly satisfied as to the admissibility of articles showing the animus of the Western Federation of Miners during the period of the commission of the crimes confessed by Orchard and alleged by him to have been incited by the officers of I the Federation Articles appearing after that period he said would not be admitted Judge Wood said: conrt will admit articles bearing on former Governor Steunenberg Governor Peabody Noted Newspaper Correspondent Here Louis Ludlow the Washington correspondent of the Indianapolis Star arrived In Wichita Falls yesterday for a stay of several days during which he will gather lnformantlon concerning the developments going on In this section Mr Ludlow Is one of the ablest men at the national capital Since the adjournment of congress he has been on a tour of the Southwest He came to this city from the Panhandle country and will go from here to Archer county Card of Thanks The Sisters of $t- Mary desire to return thanks to the patrons and the many friends of Mary Immaculate Academy and to those gentlemen who by their kindness and courtesy made It possible to present the Opera at the recent commencement In the Conrt House I -3 4 (Continued on Page 7) eeeMeeieeeeeeeee KAHN CLOTHIEfel 0 0 0 0 0 MOST men when they buy clothes think first of price then style and fit and they leave 'quality to the last or dont consider it at alL It the best way to buy clothes or anything else But honestly that is the way most men buy their clothes This being a fact ALEX KAHN has supplied himself with the very best quality of clothing that money and good judgment can secure in order that his customers may never after awaken to the yronyfiil realization that they have purchase and inferior quality of clothing There are no tetter clothes made than Hart Shaffner and Marx make and we are the only people in town that handle this famous brand Young men do not overlook the fact that you should have one of these well made suits for this summer The Bargains that we are offering in felt hats has never before been equalled in this town A special line of $250 and $300 hats MOW QOiMQ AT 5 In our large stock of furnishing goods we have some arti- 7 des that should not be overlooked BAT TIES are going VHy rapidly fail to see our beautiful line of Suit Cases and Hand Bags If you are contemplating a trip this summer you need one of our splendid suit cases or a hand bag We have the largest line in town ofthese goods 92 SO to 9000 The Best is Always the Cheapest and to Secure it See tour Moneys Worth Or Your Money Dock CoDVriehtIQOT bv Hart Schaffnr farv i I v-- -v.

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