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GREENVILLE, TEXAS. TUESDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 8. J9I0.
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THE EARLY BUYER
IS THE WISE BUYER
The eacly shopper is the
WE ARC OFFERING FOR YOUR INSPECTION THE FOL-
LOWING NEW GOODS:
White Wnlstlngs lu tho now designs.
30-Inch l.lnen finish HandUorchler I.nwn 30
fine Quality Whllu Hep, alwaji a 2Cc seller, our special
Shantung Poplin, colors, tan, Copenhagen, light hlue, o'd rose,
wlBterla, good value 2Gc, our special 35
Uneu Finish nip, same assortment colors solil every who.-o
for SEc 1
Mercerized Diagonal, full line colors, worth 25c, we sell for
Mercerized French Homespun, fiUMInu colors, at 12V.sC
A WV' F ! ilESEiniJ&iTil iff til A
1 1 r i ' i A1 ifTn t 1 1 111 v 1 t
I'atrons jof our Haberdashery Department always loolt
to us for the "Now Things."
Wo furnish them, too, as soon as they appoar on tho
For an) thine that's novf In Neckwear, Shirts, or Men's
Toggery of any sort, look to this store.
Pleasing prices also, will go with tho new Ideas.
See our Spring lino of "Manhattan" Shirts and "Walk
MISS EULA HORTON TOOK RASH
None of the Relatives of the Girl
Could Give Any Reason for
Young Woman's Deed.
Dallns, Feb. 7. For sono reason
not )et Known Jllss 12ula llurton,
aged eighteen )ears, swallowed near
ly two ounces of carbolic acid today
about 11:30 u'clock and died In a
tow minutes' time despllo tho fact
that Dr. Allen nnd two other nh) Hi
clans worked with her 111 an endeav
or to offset tho effect of tho terrible
poison. All efforts of tho doctors
weio futile and tho joiing woman
succumbed In about IHleeu minutes
after the poison had been swallowed
No arrangements for tho funeral had
been made up to tho noon hour but
the lemalns will piobably be Int cried
The rash deed of tho jomig worn
an was eouurilttod at the homo of hoi
sister, Mrs. C. S. Kenned), 17i High
land, comer WItchlta street. Jus
beroro taking the fatal doso tho
)ouug woman sent her little niece to
tho drug stoio on tho corner not far
from tho house to purchase a dime's
worth of carbolic acid. At tho s.imo
time she gae tho little gill a postal
card or letter to mall. Membeis of
the family bel!eo thai this card or
letter holds tho secret as to why she
took the step she did and ended liur
A lopoiter visited the Kennedy
homo n short time after death had
eomo to tho )oiuie woman. The
mother of tho girl, a sister and a
brother wuro seen, but all stated
that they had no Idea as to what had
caused tho girl to lalio tho step Bho
did tako. Tho slslor said that sho
had not been In the best of health
for some time and that she appealed
to bo down-hearted and disconsolate
for bome time. Tho deceased and her
mother wore residents of Itoyso City,
and were In Dallas visiting at the
homo of Mrs. Kenendy. Desldes tho
sister and mother tho girl Is surviv
ed by four brothers. They aro 12. 11.
Horton, a car repairer for tho Katy,
and resident oC this city; 12. A. Hor
ton of Itojso City, and 1.. I), and Mor
lell llurton, both of whom reside In
Oak Cliff. The father Is dead.
"My sister was about eighteen
y ars of ago nnd was born In Tennes
see," said Mrs. Kennedy this morn
ing. "Whllo sho had been in ill
h alth for soma lime, jet wo had no
Ide.i that sho Intended to end her own
life. This morning sho wioto a let
ter or poslnl card and sent my little
gill down to tho corner to mall It.
At the same tliu she told her to go
on to the ding store and buy her a
dime's worth of carbolic ncld. Tho
Hist wo know that sho had taken tho
poison was when wo libaul her moan
ing In her room. Wo summoned doc
tots as quickly as possible, but the)
could do no good and she died within
fifteen minutes after she had swal
lowed tho acid."
Miss Horton was bom In Tennes
see hut had loslded III Texas practic
ally all her life, most of which was
spent at lloyso City. Her father died
at the place six years ago nnd since
then she and her mother hud made
their homo with tho son and brother
nt that place. According to her lela
tlves they know of no reason why
she should deslra to end her life.
FOREIGN MISSION SOCIETY.
HUGHES HAS HAD ENUOGH.
Governor of New York Will not Run
New York, Feb. ".Gov. Hughes re I O.
Iterated his determination not to ac
cept a retiomlnatlon lu a letter made
public hero today. "1 havu already
publicly stated that I can nut under
tiny circumstances accept a rcnonilnu
tlou," writes tho (iou-mor, "and I sup
.oso that Is understood by the people
of the Slate. Certainly It should he
and t do not see how 1 could have
been more explicit than In my state
ment to the newspapers.
"Of coin ao thoso who havo been so
strong In my support should realize
that there Is not tho slightest doubt
about the matter and 1 iie.m oxnetly
what I hao said."
FOR ROBBING EXPRESS CD.
INCREASE IN SALARIES.
Announcement Is Made by Boston and
Uostun, Feb. 7 Five hundred, clcrU
emplo)ed In the general offices In
Uoslou of tho Uostun and Malno rail
nun lecoiu'ii noticu uf a ten per
cent Incieaso In wugeH today.
fUJMOil AT LAREDO SAYS GOV
ERNMENT CAME TO TERMS.
Dody to Pass on Applicants Will Be
Orlianlzed Engineers and Con
ductors to Have Representation.
Laioiln, Tex., Feb 7. Hiiinnis arc
cut tout here todu) that the American
conductors and engineers on tho
merged lines of Mexico havo been
granted all demands by the Mexican
Government. This Indicates that no
men will be emplo)od unless uudeigo
lug examination and both ordom will
bo repieseuted on tho examining
Tho -Mexican Government has been
seeking to supplant Aiiorltan labor
with uat!o labor, and Aniel leans
wore given tho worst of It. A genei
al wulk-out was recently thi'jatened.
GOVERNMENT BACKS DOWN.
Accedes to All Demands of Engineers
Liu edo, Tex., Feb. 7. An niithcnllc
repoit f i om Mexico Cit) today s.l)s
Hi railroad and Government ufflcluls
havu acceded to all demands of the
conductors and engineers on the
merged Mexico Hues.
It Is said tho Mexican inercliuiitii
brought strong prossnio to bear and
foiccd the decision, which piecludes a
Accoidlng to tho demands, firemen
must be eusplo)ed three years belore
lielug eligible to piiiuiotlou to eligi
neers and hiakemeii must he eliiplo)
ml two years lu that capacity before
being eligible to promotion us conduc
tors. They liuibt then pass a ilgld oxnml
PU ATM ORLEANS
AVIATOR DIVIDES THE HONORS
WITH KING REX.
M. ANDERSON SURRENDERS
TO CHIEF DE SPAIN.
Tired of Playing Hlde-and-Scek With
Sleuths of the Law and Ready
to Go Back to Cherryvale.
Shermfiii, Tex., Feb, 7. At noon to
dny a large, lino looking man weigh
lug about 11)0 pounds, almost six tee
tall and about llility-llvu .vears of age,
appealed at the office of tho Chlot o
Police lu lids elty and asked for Hit
Chief. When shown Mr. Do Spain he
introduced himself as O. M .Andursoii
and said; "1 am about all In and nm
tired of bolug a fugitive from Jusllcc
Tin co )enrs ago next Maich 1 robbed
tho Wolls F.irgu 12pi sa Compnii)'
safe In Cberrjvnlo, Knu., and socmen
15.12. 1 am wanted at that place mm
duslio to go hack."
Ciller of Police Do Spain had Ander
son Bit down and had ipillu a length)
talk with him. lie slid nt tho time
named ho was a hack dilver In Cher
vyvulo and had access to the o.xpresi,
office. When tho opportunity cnuio
ho lobbed the safe. Hu sulil that ho
Is Just from Now Mexico hero and
that overy tlmo ho has Bellied down
to a Job since leaving Cherryvalo that
be has either mil ncioss n mini from
Cheiryvule or found out tlml the oltl
ceis were irciklng ImiulrioH about
Mr. Do Spain put him In the cltj
Jail and sent a messago to tho Chief
of Police al ('heir)Vnle.
CHARGED WITH CAUSING THE
DEATH OF A CONVICT.
The Selection of the Jury Will Oc
cupy Most of
Hlllshoro, Tex., Feb. 7. Tho lil.il
of .Major T. 12 Durham, assistant su
porliilendeiit or the Husk penitential)
charged with Hie imiidoi of u con
vict named Athens lu this count),
began In tho dlstilct com I heru t,h
afternoon. Tho selection of a Jiiij
will likely occupy all of tomuiiuvv, ilk
opposing counsel expect to use up
the challenges and tako every pie
A largo number or witnesses ait
attending It Is expected members
of Hie legislative euiivnillteo vvhkli
conducted the penitential) piobo will
he called as witnesses.
Major Durham Is reticent bill con
SPECIAL JUDGES NAMED.
Keys of the City Are Delivered to
King of the Carnival Thousands
of People on Hand.
Met Yesterday and Elected Officers
For the Term.
Tho Torolgn Mission Society of
Wesley church met lu regular session
Monday afternoon nt 3 o'clock. This
meeting was tho last of the confer
enco )oar and tho several reports
proved tho past year's work very
gratlf)lng, Tho following oITIcoih
wero elected for the ensuing )e.ir.
President, Mrs. 11. M. Putton; 1st vice
president, Mis. A. Camorou; 2nd vice
president, Mrs. Harry Childress; Urd
vlco piesldenl, MrB. 11. O. Wjlle; re
cording secretary, Mrs. Uzlo Mitch
ell; corresponding secretary, Mrs. C.
W (Ice j treasurer, Mrs. Harry Oar
Now Orleans, Feb. 7. Preceding
the air Mights of Louis I'aiillinu to
day, Franco-Ainerlcaii rltlrens of Now
Orleans, united lu pa) lug further tri
bute to the aviator. Ho was tho
guest at several Informal receptions,
whoielii many uvnubcrs of the French
colony participated. The promise of
u cross-counti) run today drow thou
sands of spectators to the city park
track, tho origin ot tho prospective
Illy lit. Orflol.il announcement was
made tho events will eb extended un
111 next Sunday, with tho possible ell
initiation of Thursday und Friday as
lays ot ascension.
Cut Price Shoe Sale
On all high top shoes. We are
here to meet all competition in
Shoes and our loss will be your
gain if you will take advantage
of this opportunity. Same prices
will prevail as we have been
making for the last 15 days,
"We havmany good things yet
to show you, see us for better
Greenville Shoe Co.
West Side of Square
IWHITE HOUSE A
STALE BEEF FED TO THE PRE8.
L. A. Clark, of Greenville, One of the
Austin, Tex, F.ib. 7. Cover or
l-nnipbull today appointed n speila!
com i or civil appeals ut Dallas to
tiy several eases lu which the leg
ular court Is dlsciu.illlled Tho Judges
appointed nio Hlce Maxoy, Denlsou;
I.ee Clark, Greenville, W. CI, Aber
FREIGHT TRAINS COLLIDE.
Fatal Wreck Occurs at Sierra Blnnca,
121 Paso, Tex., Feb 7. Two Texas
und Paclllc fi eight trains loilbled this
morning near Sleiro lllaura, Texas,
Head-on. W. F. Maionlgle, lu clinrgo
of mi Immigrant car attached to one
train, was killed. F.iiRini'cr Fiank
llrowu wus Injured.
EAST IS HIT HARD BY GOLD
QITTER COLD WEATHER PRE'
VAILS IN THAT SECTION.
In the Anthracite Coal Regions Much
Suffering Is Reported In Empire
State Coldest of the Winter.
Philadelphia, Fab 7. Kvtieiroly
cold wonther prevails toiln) lliiougli
nut i:, intern Peiiiis)l,iula, New Jes
soy and Dolomite.
Tho bodies of two men weio found
on tin.' stieel lielo dining (he lilglil,
both fioreu to death, lu tho iiulhia
clto coal logluiiH Iho luiuperatiiio Is
below zeni and In Mime mountain
sections ot lViius)lv'anla, the nieieury
fell to leu degieos below.
Way Uelow Zero.
Nmv York, Fob. ".At I'lattsvllb-,
N. Y., the theiniumetor Indicated 20
degiees below zero; Illicit, l!l below,
AiiiKlerdniu, IS below, and Dochunte',
Cold at Dostan.
Itiiitnn, Fob. 7. III Ibis city, from
midnight iinlll S o'clock, the thenuoiii
elur wiiH four degieos below elo
At Knrthllvld, Venuont, It was four
Ten Degrees Delow,
iPlltslmrg, I'eb. 7. Tho oiriclal gov
einiueiit wealber biiieau Ilii'iluome
tor lerinded a luliiimiiui of two ill'
gios above cKi at s o'cluck this
minuliig. The mulling submits in
pint nu nveiiiKu of leu degrees below
Our east window for great values
In Art Squares and Rugs Diiku Har
I When It
Coldest of Winter.
Wheeling, W. Vu, Feb. 7. West
Vliglula Is Kiirferlng tho coldest
weather of Iho whiter, official tern
peialiiies inngo fioni two above uero
to leu bulow, At .Murguutowii u larnt
er was froeu lo death Sunday.
REX HOLDS SWAY.
Decomposed Meat Used In Washing
ton Because It Is More
Washington, Fob, 7. That bid
beel. some ot It ready to full to
pieces, was served at tho While
House during ux-Presldo t lloosovult's
occupancy, was tho testimony of Dl.i-
tilct Food Inspector Dodge today In
fo ru tho house committee engaged In
Investigating the high cost ot llvl-ig
In the Dlstilct or Columbia. Dodga
declared It tho custom of tho stew
ard of the Whllu Uouso to buy a
quarter ot beet and hang It up un
til It was rlpu or "ready to full to
piece," ns tho Inspector described
It, when It would be served ou the
table of the. White House.
A member of tho committee ex
pressed disgust over Dodge's testi
mony. Inspector Dodge testlll d the
people of tho District of Columbia
are accustomed to oat from choice,
meat that Is black and well on the
road to decomposition, because It Is
King of the Carnival Is Given the
Keys or the City.
New Orleans, Feb. 7. Hailing Hex,
Itlng or the Carnival' Now Orleans
today approached the climax ot the
Muidl Cras festivities. The formal
Ity of turning over tho keys or the
city to him and his parade, uidetl by
military und civil escort through prin
cipal streets of the city was witness
ed by thousands of cheering specta
tors. I2very train Into tho city In
cluding many specials, hi ought linn
dreds ot visitors today.
2 To Toilet articles we ruo right
jr, mure. vvo navo by Tar the
J- largest and most couuilutii linn
A or any house In tho country.
f. Just look at this Hue:
FINE TOILET 80AP8,
tomo lu and Lot IfH Hhnw Vmi V
EARLY SPRING SKIRTS
Are nlwa)B Interesting and tho display wo show now 'will In
terest jou doubly for tho rensou that they nro not only ths
most nccepled styles and shades but ore reasonably priced,
llich model shown Is the nowest nnd most correct for Spring
mid Smuiivr and wo aru anxious for jou to soo this Una at
once. They come In tho handsome voile, Crystal cloth, Pan
ama, mohair, and tho light weight raucy worsteds, In tho
solid shades, tho rich stripes ami Invisible plaids In the black
tho rich blue, grays, chunipaane, tnn, brown and thu mixed
Indus. Sonio nro tho plain, others trimmed with tho now
round and flat braids, satin hands and buttons, plaited flouncoa
with tho tunic cirect, beautifully braided. Thcro aro no prot
tler styles shown Hum these, and tho sizes nro complete,
,,rlc8""- ?3.05 to $8.7S
Cotton Dress Materials
.lust now this lino of goods la attracting: a. groat deal or
attention. They aro tho first now matcrlnls shown, rich In
weave and design There nro the fancy inercorlzcd waistlngj.
lu tho whllo, many designs. In dot, strlpo and fancy flguro,
at 3T,o and ,, llo
30 Inch cotton sulllngs In colors, also tho strlpo nt 150
Balln slrlpo Itep, lu tho richest Bhadcs ot blue, rose, groon,
tan, etc, also tho plain Hep, at 050
Balln strlpo Poplin, In many shados, also Iho plain Poplin,
"' : 25c
Imperial eham,bray In tho very richest shades nt jgo
Unusually uttrnellH, line nt glnuhnms In the soFTl, itr po,
rhock, huge nnd medium slso plaids, ul 10c and liiVio
Plain linen lu the .linen rolor, the rose, pink, blue, etc., nt 20c.
GERMANY AND THE TARIFF. VXMh.MhWxn
Proelatrut.on Is Issued by President
Washington, Feb. 7 The president
litis Issued a proclamation In which
ho declares German goods Imported
lulu the Dulled States aiu emitted to
Iho minimum rates of duly.
Tho president declares that from
nnd ntter March 111, 1'Jlu, nil articles
Imported Into the United Stales or
ail) of Its possessions, except U19
Philippine Islands mid iho iHlmuls
ot Guam mid Tutiilla from Uenna y
mo euMk'il to bo admitted at thu
minimum rales of dut) pioHcrlhed
hy Section 1 ot tho present tariff
Toll Du Solo, In dm many rich spring slmdoa, this makes Ideal
dresses, at ,tn
I.mgo lino of plain -vvhlto goods, also tho dainty cross bar and
raucy strlpo muslins.
SEE OUR SHOW WINDOW FOR THESE G0OD3.
New Spring Tailored
ALL THE NEW MODELS AHE HERE READY FOR
YOUR INSPECTION. THE NEWEST MODELS IN THE
TUNIC EFFECT, BEAUTIFUL LINE OF PANAMAS, FANCY
SERGE, FANCY PANAMAS, ALL COLORS, NEW VOILES,
DRAIDED On PLAIN-PRICE JjM.50 TO $13.50.
JU8T RECEIVED NEW LINE MERCERIZED WAIST
INGS IN THE NEW MOORS, CHECKS, DOTS, FANCY FIG
URESPRICE JJ)o TO ;5c
NEW SILKS, ALL THE NEW EFFECTS IN WEAVES
AND COLORS JO'S TO $1.00.
C. E. DiWL
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lsaiIHMBirffl'iTIMHty "" 'L-'B"--1'""
CHILDREN MAKE LONG VOYAGE,
Came From Their Home In Germany
(lalvuston, i'eb, 7. Itachaul mid
l'2lla (illbert, aged cloven mid thlr-
t"u eurs, resfiectlvely, arrived h ru
today on thu North CI iinau l.loyd
stoaiushlp Frankfort, 011 route from
Itoinantu to Ban Francisco to Join
tlulr rather. The children trade the
entire juruey u accompanied by rel
atives or friends, The ship also car
ried two hundred and twenty other
Immigrants who will settle 1u Texas.
I Perkins Pharmacy j
WE HAVE RECEIVED
'I he following shipment or
Nadja Caramels, llurnt Al-
moiius, rlmooth Almonds, Choc-
(Hate Almonds, Chocolate
ro.iuis, tllioeolato Caramels,
Hour Hoiiml Drops, Ixjiiimii
Drops Also a shipment of
Plows' Don-ltons In halt pound
mm iiiiu poiiiiu poxes.
Wo calur osfKiclally to tho
j.auies- aim children's trade
Chase & Sanborn's
High Grade Coffoo and Toa
I Fish and
W. H. Wilkins Market
Now Phono 140
f Old Phone 192 New Phone 204
Harbuck (L Sor
We do everything from sowing a
button on up to new shoes to order.
Ulggar & Wlnton, Shoemakers,
North Stonewall 8L
I'lant trees now. Barlow has tho
Veal, Brains and R.ibs.
Both Phonos 23
best varltlos. Phone htm.
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