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GREENVILLE, TEXAS. THURSDAY MORNING, JANUARY 20. 1910.
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1 20 Men's $18, $20, $22 and $25
J 8 Men's $16,50 and $18 Wool Suits
SENATOR HUDSPETH MAKES SEN
Auditor Will Report to Investigating
Committee Thursday or
Wool suits, choice
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THIS HAS DEEN THE BIGGEST SALE WE
HAVE EVER HELD BIGGEST IN VOLUME
AND DIGGEST IN AMOUNT SAVED BY
THOSE WHO HAVE MADE THEIR PUR
Austin, Tex., Jan. 19. Quito a stir
was caused hero today by n statu
nient Issued by Senator Claude Huds
peth, chairman of the sub-conimltteo
Investigating penitential les mado lit
III 1'iiho )estorday.
Stutu ofTlolnls refused to comment
except to say they bollcvo Hudspeth
Hudspeth duclarod that Indications
point to a shortage in tho nuances of
the punltentlnries but so far the
amount is not known.
It Is said tho affair ptobabl) will bo
dlselosod when tell auditors icport to
the cummltto at lluntsvillo .tomor
row or Friday. Senator Hudspeth said
he uudeistood tho disclosures wou'd
bo staitlitig and show thnt tbu entliu
penilentlary system had been conduit
ed loosely the last ten joars.
(lovemor Cniupbell refused to com
ment but showed luterest.
ON SIXTEEN HOUR LAW.
Time of Men Start When Summoned
Auntlu, Tex., Jan. 10 An Important
ruling was made today by Attornev
(icnoinl Ughtroot on tbu sixteen lic.tr
law of tho Thirty-first leglelatine.
The railroads require engnoors and
ttrcmcii to report for duly at lea.it
tblity minutes before thu departure
in irnins, nnu libor Commissioner
.Myers submitted tho question as to
w bother this thirty minutes was to bo
Included In computing the sixteen
hour period. Tho nttoinoy general
hcM thnt It did. stjlng that the slv
Icon hours began at the t.mo such
railway omplo)ce reports for ilut) and
Is not measured from the tlmo the
train uclnall) begins Its joiirne)
'this iiilltig Is In haimony with tlio
ruling on tho BUbJccl by tho Interstate
FINAL BLOW TO COOK.
Previous Conclusions Arc Confirmed
as to No Proof.
Copenhagen, Jan 19. Tho commit
tee of the linlvoislt) of Copenhagen
ban completed the ouiniliiat on of llr
Cook's or'ginnl mites and today con
tinned thi'li jirev lints conclusions
Him not the slightest ptoof the e
plorcr hud leached the No til l'olc
had been uibmllled
TO II P I PT 1 1 R F VsX"xx XXM
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SON OF CONVICTED BANKER AS
Wanted a Snap Shot or the Noted
Danker, But He Met the Fist of
BEGIN WORK ON PROBING
The City Will be Inspected Soon, So
Clean Up Premises.
spcnMiig or Insurance niatlois a
iiuiuiii lepoiter was told by nn Insur-
nuco man that the state lating boanl
;;f ) now fixes rates, and are now out
:;i i looking over various towns and in
jjjjhome have raised tho intes. It is
t ; suggested thnt on ners of property,
X especially In tho business sections of
i'jtlio city, should clean up their pi on,
I Ises and remove all 3'ibstanecs that
V.- are n,iu:eio causo llres.
0 'lho Slato now lias ehargo of the
jg. latlng and It rates aio onco raised
,. it will be a long process to have them
Vj lowered again. It la eabier to act In
auvunco to prevent the laislng than
to have them lowered again.
.Miotner tiling is, tho Stato has
?iMi'i.yjM2-t? made a regulation that all insurance
.. 'ees must be paid In cash and no more
"trading out" of fees is allowed. The
SECRETARY OF INTERIOR IS UN
Secretary Qalllnger, while Land Com
mlssloncr, Was Extravagant and
Given to Nepotism, Is Charge.
Washington, Jan. 19. Investigation
of the charges inado u Hepiescni.i
Uvo llltcticocK. of Nebraska. Ileum-
ci.it, alleging extravagance In the In
terior dopattinoiit, Including charges
affecting Secretary Ilallinger and his
cousin, jack' Uallingor, weio begun
Kansas City. Jan. 19. John Walsh,
tho fortiiT Chicago llii.uicler, on li's
way to the l'od nil ptlsou nt Fort
Leavenworth, Kansas, to servo a sen
tencu of Ilvo )enrs for mlsappl cation
of tho funds ot the Chicago National
Hank, at rived in Kansas City lodn.
Tho aged banker slept fairly w II hwt
nigiu, ami nolween trains hole, up
As the pnity alighted from Hie train
a newspaper photograph r mined his
cameia to take a snapshot and was
atlncUed bv the son of the prisoner
Young Walsh pieceded IiIh father,
lie eairled a heavj suit case, and the
moment In caught slgut ot the pho
lograiiho , ho darted toward It in
Swinging his suit case with tiemen
dous foice, tlie jouiig ClilciiKu.in lit
einlly mowed down lho uewspapei
man driving him and ills truchluo In
a bunch against the side of the Pull
man sleepei. Tho photographer fob
In a heap while the camera Ml be
uenth tho car a half dozen feet nwav.
Tho older Walsh gave a bin lied
glance at his sou, and then . the
pioitrnto man, while the olTleers and
othuiH In lho pait gave vont to a
fecials Woriii Your
W.ilih Behind the Bars,
l.onvenwoith, Kns , Jan 19 John
It. Walsh, tho eonvicled Chicago bank
er, arilved ut the I'cdoiul penlten
tlarj lieto ul 12 Oil loda) and began
icrvlng his seiileme ot flu- Jeais
His number as a convict will be (Ml
GERMANY SCRVESTARIFF NOTICE
Will Tax United States Products Un
less Agreement is Reached,
lleilln, Jan. 19. 'lho government
has decided In the event of an nciee
before the house committee on exiion- incut upon ieciiioc.il taiilfs between
dltures In the into lor itep.utiivnl to tlio United States and (leiiii.iiiy Is
uu. Htrd .UcGiilie of Oklaliomi. "Ot reached by Kobriiarv ., when tile
Tlio exceptional values wo are offering jou in every lino
during this great cleainnce Sale means much to you. You will
not hnvo anal her chance to save on seasonable goods, and such
perfect goods nt that too Take advantngo of theso low prlc.n
on tlio Roods that jou need right now.
Our entire lino of winter underwear for lv.jn .women aud cMl
dren, the lino Is somewhat broken but them aro all sites In
.soiuu of tho lots. Mosl 'of huh underwenr Is tho Munslng,
which Is the mosl perfect nttlng mndo. The women's oomii In
union and separate garments, from BOe to J 1.50, now at 3So
Chlldiou's from BOc to $1.00, now 3(c to 76o
Special value In men's slilrU, no collars nnd with cults at-
lached, an unusunl value at Jl (10, now C9c
Olio lino of nion's shirts In iiunv styles, these are 'in'good
shades, slightly milled, not ono worlh less tlinn 00c to 7Ce,
choice now at only J(.0
Remnants of lncv einbroldori, calico, domestic, gingham, "por
cale, tic, all short lengths, clean good material. left from thin
winter's soiling, now maikod at 33 1-3 per cent oft
llalnnio of our ladleB' coat suits and one piece dresses, only
row loft but they mo exceptional Blyles, rich shades, valuofl
from fr..Sl lo $2150, now maiked nt half price.. ..(2.93 to 113.25
-Special in children's school shoes, bioken lines and odd lota,
there aro many style but only n few altos ot ench, nuw goods!
heavj soles, shoes that are exeollent Tor school wear, all now
lunl,i('11 nt 25 per cent off
Ilalauce of our ladles' muslin underwear In broken linen loft
from this fall's nelllng, only a lew garments of each stylo but
they are bargains, nicely made, till mniked now at 33 1-3 oft
llalanco of our wool dress goods and silk, now desirable lru-
lerlals, In many sliados, now marked nt 33 1-3 per cent oft
Somo oxcoptlonnl vnlurav In cotton goods, such as suiting, ging
ham, pel onto,' madras, etc., lOe lo 12',4c, now 7yj0
All 10c and 120 outing, and flannelette, in dross patterns, 7i4n
Ono Hue outing nt ,,.5o
OUR STORE CLO0E3 PROMTLY AT 0 O'CLOCK ON
attorney geiieial lias l tiled thai cash
means tlie 15th of the lollowlng
J month but it must be cash then.
J Tlio above po nts aro given Ifor
tjH1 ni'llt of propertj mvnors and all
J j perso s needing Insurance Thu local
agents have no power to change these
t I . .
Is Hie gieatest shoo buy.ng proposition ever put on In Green
ville. If ou aio iu need of aimlilug In footwear It will pay
jou to attend tills sale. ALL SHOES REDUCED NOTHING
AH ot our Ladles' cloth or suedo top button $3.50 and J 1.00
shoes aro selling at $2.45
Many odd lots and bioken llnei are selling at just their
7j palls of Stacey Adams patent leather In button and lace,
f COO shoes arc soiling at $3.00
All vlcl kid Stacey Adams shoes $4.25
You must seo these great baigalns In shoes to appreciate
them and It will pay j on to visit this sale at once. Sco our
circular for prices.
Greenville Shoe Co.
West Side of Square
THE TRADES ASSEMBLY.
Met Last Night and Elected Officers
For the Term.
The Tiades Assembly met III
ICn glus of Pytlilus hall last night
nnu elected tlie following offlceis lor
the ensuing term: T. M. Kerbow,
president; II. W. Taylor, vice piosl
dent; A (!. Dunn, secietnrj-troasuior;
Aidis Lee, recording secretary; Jeff
Hamilton, guide; 11 O. Kliinliigh.im,
guard; N. C. Muni, I'.lils lllrdsong
nnd G IJ. Clrconvvnde, truste s.
The loilglous census workers are
to m et this iifternoou at 1 o'clock
nt mo ciiiiHil.iu chinch foi lusirut
tlons and leave thoro for tho work In
tho dstilct nsBlgnud tlioin. Cauls
will be Issued there It U Imped a
number of volunteeis will offer their
Bervlcs as wo need a "few inoio.
After tho woik Is coiripleted cauls
Will be left with Rev. Hilton on South
Wesley, llev. Graham on North Wus
loj, llev. Jtccrc on West Leo or L.
G Wlilto at Y. M. C. A. iniuiedlatul)
on IliiisMni' work. It Mould greatly
help If tlie housewife would leuialu
ut home for the afternoon.
THE SHOE MAN Soles Shoes Fo
75 cents. At Old Stand, Nextiw
Door to Arvin's Drugstore.
1 1 A On ft
M II 1 la m
Was and Means Committee.
Tli'i following comtulttce has been
.ippol ted on tlie Ways and Means
for tho Spring Music Testival to bo
given b tho Tuesday -Musical Club
in the spring' .Mrs II I' Iooney,
(ha'im.in; Mis. J 1, Hugllsh, Mrs.
It Uinh.uu, Mrs Glen Couisou,
Mrs Geo I'ear, Mrs llarvev Mans-
Jil 3 SSS
On Manhattan Shirts
Wo have put nil our Manhattan Shirts Into this sale no
reservations or exceptions We vo bought Lugo linos ot Bpring
Shirts, and we must make room for them. Take an Inventory
of cvorj thing jou need In Shirts for any purpose, and come
hero at once. We offer no uncertain Shlrto at this sale but
Shirts mudo by one of tho best Shirt Makers. Note those values
and then, If sou expect to continue vvoatlng bhlits, sou'll do
woll to stock up.
All 3.00 Manhattan Bhlrts
luring this sale ?0 OK
All J2.50 Manhattan Shirts
luring this sale PI Q
U o I iCtl
All (150 Manhattan Sntrts dtiiiu,,' this sale
All 't Ofl Manhattan Shirts
during this sale Q1 Cfl
All t "5 Manhattan Shirts
during this sale
chairman of the committee, presided
Cumin. sslonor I-'red Dennett of the
general land office, whose service dl
reetly figures in Hie contention, theie
being mail) lustaniea alleged of Im
proper use of the million dollar up
pioprinllou foi lho piotectlon of the
public domain and Mr Il'tchcock
who sill red up tlio trouble first b h
speech In the house lleconiber'lC, anil
later followed up In u statement to
the coiriiiiitleo, wele present today.
Mr Hitchcock, .u a statement, s.ild
aliotil the tlmo the pr sent secretary
of the Intel lor, then couimlsslouur o'l
tlie general laud office, and Jack ll.il
linger, his (ouiiln, and tulvato seite
tnr, lull for Seattle, the latter re
ceived an expense allowance, althoiigl
ii was known tie was about to rosniue
nts private law practice.
BOOM FOR WILSON.
tinning iirinngoinonl explies, (jer
niany's geneial taillt rntes must, uu
der lho law, bo applied lo American
imports at present (outing In under
the loiiveutlonal tarltf One hundred
and twont loveu articles will bi- al
It is however, seml-olTlclally declni
ed today larllT negotiations with the
I'uited States have not been broken
nil and It Is milled limn remained foi
settlement of dlffeicuces between the
President of Princeton for Democratic
Nomination In 1912.
Trenton, N. J , .tan i9 Woodrnw
Wilson of 1'iljictou Unlveisll) will be
put foiwaid bj Now .leisey for tlio
Democratle noiuitiatlon for president
In 1912. This niiuoiiiiccmeut by
James Nugent, chniiiiian or tlio Demo
iSaJlc state comiuUteo, was given
out tier tod.i.
"Woodrow Wllsun Is without tloulu
tho most iiopular Demoiiat lu the
uist," salil Mr. 'Nugeiit "As tlie
Uemucratlc candidate for president,
lie would si.eep the country The
Chaotic Loiiilltlon of tho Jteptiblicuna
ut Washington moans a Dcu ncratic
victory iu 1912 "
BIRTHDAY OF GENERAL LCE.
Was Observed as Holiday Throughout
Now l)i leans, Jan 19 Tlio ono
hundred and third birthday of General
Lie was celobraied tuioughoul the
It being a legal holiday in man)
slates, il was attended b a partial
suspension of business activities, 'lho
distribution of crosses of honor to
Confederate veteiuus by DaiightorB of
tlie Confeduraej in piucllciill) ovi'iy
'own mill illy in the 'south was u
prominent, fuuturo of the day'B com
memoration. In Now Orleans, Govoi
nor Saiidms tonight wus thu prlucl
I i.i I speaker.
For Constablo preslnct No, 1,
The Hoiald Is authorUod to an
nounia Hob Hawkins us a candidate
for Constable of Precinct No 1, sub
Joel to the union of thu democratic
priniar) llob don't need ail) Intro,
ductlou to lho people Ho was uleet
id marshal some four soars ago and
t Is a settled fact that he nmlo one
of Hie best olTleers in lho history ot
Urocmlllu. Ilo never hud any pets
but treated all alike, and enfoiced
the law Hub was born In Greenville
und is an honest and upright citizen,
and Is worthy of thu peoples' vote.
Ho Suva If liu is elected that every
body shall have a square deal under
bis iduiliilstratluu Ills rocord us
tit) marshal Is before tho people Hob
says lie will try to make u belter
constablo than hu did city inarslial
and ho wjll appreciate jour uuppoit
Only Nine Days More.
There are only nine inure days in
which to pay your pull tax. If jou
neglect this liuporluiil duly Jim will
have more than one occasion to in
grot it To full to qiudfy for suffrage
la ut. ir, ,if !nttlutlr ll vltriiall
jour frloinls, and your country Keep
r uns in iitiiiu.
Raie Bargain In Lace Curtains.
Just luuio lu possession of a laigi
bh'pmcnl ot lacu curtains at a iiiurli
underpilce which cuublcB u to gin
vou a veiy huge cuitaln li.g nnu
long enough fur any window In tin
State one to the window al D0l
which Is about oiic-tli'rd of tlio us
ual price that thoy aio sold at. 'Ibej
must bo seen to be upptcculod. A
look will not bo regretted A. M
Davison, Coiner Store
I am still selling Ingrain nun
BiUHsells carpel' at cost It. R Joiiu
ftast Leo sttcet.
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:;o o&ao -ssooo ?s-ooo oood boooooob oooo
Tho Darling Hen of Slovos nnd
linages are the ones that please. K.
On nil Uox l'upora Wo want to
close out our entire lino of box
papers tnls week and jou don't
want lo miss this sula. Most
Pf their., nro Kntoiirlliireljurls
and Whitings goods. You know
what thoy aro.
All school tablets go In this
sale at 3 for a dlmu. Can you
afford to miss this salu7 Wo
hope jou wont.
Strictly first class shoe repairing'
I ut moderate nriies. Iliggar & Win
Wo do everything from sewing a
button on up lo new shoes to order.
Hlggur & Wlntuti, Shoemakers,
North Stonewall St.
Save your broken lenses and send
them lu and have them duplicated.
Dr. M. Ueskow, Optician.
ring. Cod Fish and
erel. C. E. DINKLE
1ns, Purs Food drocsr,
i Hoall lH't, 8. Stouowsll HUseL
Hargnln Counter Shoes, choice 60a
Cut priiuB on all shoes for men, women nnd children all now.
Mens nnd boys suits and overcoats nt 1-3 oft regular price.
13.00 hat at J 1.95
Wo aio showing New Spring Qlnghania, Now Bilks, Now I.acoo,
Now Embiuldorles and Muslin Underwear.
PRICES CUT IN EVERY DEPARTMENT
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Outfitters for Men, Women and Children
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or Groceries and Feed
Old Phono 140
New Phono 140
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Roquefort Cheese Sandwiches
We Will Tell You How to Mako Them
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