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GREENVILLE, TEXAS. THURSDAY MORNING. MARCH 3. 1910
NO. J 45
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She Does Her Shopping at
Wo nro showing nil llio latest utiles In reiulj to wrar
Drosses In all classic of fnbrlcB In our stock jou will find
all Kinds, from the serviceable laundry Kind lo the finest
silks These dresses aro not nide to order hut made to Tit
Our alteration department attends to this.
IN OUR PIECE GOODS DEPARTMENT
You will find nil tho latest stjlcs In waives and eolorB
for those who care to make their nwn garments.
New goods" In all lines for spring arriving now dall.
,Vo sell rictorlnl llovlow Patterns, the kind that fit, 10c and
15c. Nono higher. Free Fashion Sheets.
W. H. Naylor & Co
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J O, Hayfet- & S
what In Clothei lies :
GOES TO TRIAL
ALLEGED RAPIST WILL FACE
THE JURY TODAY.
Negroes of Dallas Are Interested In
the Punishment of the
Dallas, March 2. Torronovv Allen
lliooks, negro, aged Jlfty jears, will
ho tried on n charge of committing
criminal assault on tho three-) ear
old Iluvens child. Tho lUtorncjs np
polnad by tho court to reptesem
him am It. II Capers, T. II LowU
and 1" Cosbj. Atloinej It. M
I Intl., representing the state, lias
prop-ired Ills evidence Ac'coidlng lo
rumors the evidence submitted wll.
I'linu be oiul question tint Allen
ilrooks Is the guilt man ilioouki
said he would light the case several
da)s ago when arrested,
Sheriff A. I. Ledbettur was as on
eoininiinlcntlvo ns ever lolntlve to the
whereabouts of Allen Ilrooks. Ho b
not apprehensive of any further ul
tempts to Keep tho hvv fruin lakliif
Its course. Ho has been Instructed
by Judgo It. 11 Sony of Hie crlmlui,
district court to Keep order durlnj,
thu trial, It It should be held tomor
row. It is the Intention of the court
to prevent the court room fiom bu
coming crowded nt nny lime during
Hepoits were leeched todaj to the
effect thrit Allen Ilrooks Is now In
Denton Sheriff Ledbetter admlttod
that lliooks had been in tho Sher
man Jail but Is not now there. Other
than that ho would not say. Brooks
will. In all probablllts, bo brought lo
Dallas early tomorrow morning. The
caso will go to trial promptl at 0:110
o'clock with tho selection of a Jurj.
That tho negroes of Dallas are In
tel ested In tho punishment of Ilrooks
Is proven by the request made to
Judgo It. I). Seay today by N. J. John
sou pastor of tho St. Paul colored
Methodist chinch, C. I ItcPherson,
pafetor of the colored Baptist churci,
and J. S. Watt, superintendent of
tho Dallas Methodist district, that
they bo allowed to witness tho trial.
They are unanimous In their opinion
thnt tho negro bo punished Immed
iately for his crime.
T. D Cosby said esterday that ho
was III and did not know whether
ho would bo able to tnko part In the
trial. H. II. Capers said that he
would obey thu mandate of the court,
as any other of tho officers of the
court would do.
BIG STRIKE IS
Tho Young Man knows what's
We devote tho utmost caro to providing tho "correct
thing" In Clothes for tlioBe Young Fellows "who know"
Most joung men appreciate tills fnct and alw.i)s come
lieio for their Outlining,
Tho Spring Suits aro ready In several Cholco models
tho fabrics aro very smart, while tho Cut and Tailoring show
overy new stylo feature.
Wo have Just tho sort of Suit thu College Man delights
Suits at $12.50, $159 $18
and up to $30
LABORING MEN OF PHILADEL
Both Branches of the City Council
Will Meet Today to Take
We've )our particular Suit, Mr.
and take a look at It!
Smart Dresor; step In
Philadelphia, March 2. As tlmo
draws iieur for the general s)iupa
thetle stiike of all oiganUcd labor
In Philadelphia, In support of tho trol
'ey iron, tho piessuro being brough'
to bear on the Philadelphia Itapld
Traiiblt compaii to submit to arbi
tration is becoming strougei.
Both branches of the ell council
meets tomorrow afternoon and some
action by tho political orgaulzatlui
'.n power Is oxpected. While efforts
to bilng about pence are being made,
organized labor Is going nhead with
jrinugeiiienls to c.irr; out the guner
ul strike older of tho Central Labor
MOB VISITS JAIL.
A Lynching Is Prevented In the City
Oklahoma Clt, Okla., March 2 A
party of friends of Aithur Ito, who
was murdered recently, formed n nioli
early thin morning and went to tl.o
Jail nt Norman, vvhero they dennmi
cd the prisoner, h. Fries, accused
of the crime. Tho authorities ox
peeled the visit and when the men
arrived Files had been spirited awn
Bank Robber Leaped From Window
In Court Room.
Muskogee, Okln.. March 2. Stray
Wndell, when nrralRnul today chars
cd with complicity lu lohhlng tin
hank at Ford, Kansas, mnde a sei
sntlunil escape from JiiiIro llilloj's
He eluded lilt guaids and leaped
fro iiti high window to the ground,
although deputies guirdlng him wor.
expecting uu attempt nt rescue
TWO PASSENGER TRAINS SWEPT
OFF THE TRACKS.
Over Fifty Person Reported Dead.
No Way to Reach Scene Ex.
cept on Foot.
NEW LAW IT IN FORCE
DOES NOT APPLY IN OLD LOCAL
Prisoner Is Released From Felony
Charge and It Remanded tor
Everett, Wash, March 2. As fur
ther details of the disaster that ovor
whelmed two Great No) thorn passen
ger trains when nil :n aliuu.be swe;t
the two trains nnd a port'on of the
town, of Wellington, at tho west por
tal of Cascade tunnel, down the
mountain side, nro received, tho hor
Twenty-three lives uro known to
have keen lost when tho niaBs ui
snow, loose stones and up-rooted
trees burled cars containing seven
ty sleeping people ovor the nnnov
ludgolilgh Hue down to,tho bottom ot
Hie can on, 200 feet below,
When the last leporls wcro re
coived from tho scene ot the cntas
trophe, twent-llvo more persons. were
missing. Besides these a scoro lire
Complete lists of the Injured can
not be obtained until le-scuers have
dug all bodies out of the wreckage.
The lists available at piesent con
tain only thu names of tialuuieu kill
cd and Injured.
The two trains that wcie carried
away by the great wave of ice and
snow wero tho westbound Spokane
Limited and tho westbound Trans
continental fust mall. Tho latter car
ries no passengers.
Most of the dead and Injiiied nro
be'leved to hive been passengers on
tho Spokane express, fort) of whom
weru on tho tialu at tho time ot the
disaster. Besides these, thirty work
men, who had been engaged lu the
battle, against drifts thai hrul been
holding tho 111 fated tialus Impilsoa
ed In the mountains hIiico Febiuary
21, were sleeping In tho day cojchei.
When the nvaluucho rolled down tho
mountain the two trains, three loco
motives' nnd four powerful motors, i
depot nnd a water tank wero swept
eff the ledge and deposited lu u
twisted niafs of wreckage nt the foot
of tho mountain. Tho nolso fiom tho
snow slide, which was a inllo long,
could bo heard throughout the val
ley ( and Superintendent Ouell, who
was directing tho work of tho night
shift, marshaled his men and hurried
to tho rescue.
Austin, Tex., March 2. "Our opl.i
Ion Is that under tho law, that the
act of tho Thlrt -first legislature up
proved April 21, 1009, does nut Mid
cannot nppl to counties which had
thoretufuro adopted local option "
This Is tho opinion of tho com t of
cilinlual appeals rendered toda lu
thu raw) of Love Lewis fiom Hill
count) who had been convletPd in
November for selling Intoxicating h
quota in local option tcrrllor) hi v 1 1
latlon of tho uct of the Thlrt -his;
legislature making It a felon) to soil
liquor In local option terrltor),
This Is n most Important decision
In thnt there wero n number of cus
es pending throughout tho state -m
volvlug this same question. The
couit holds that tho law Is not np
pllenhlo to counties whero local op
Hon was In forco prior to Its pns
sage. Tho court thereupon rovers
ed tho caso nnd remanded tho pro
codlings to the court having Juils
diction to try misdemeanor case.
Thu couit sn)s that It has been
uiilrornily hold by tho court ot crlm
Innl appeals for the past twent)-flvo
onrs thnt It Is not within lhu pow
or of tho legislature to Impose upon
a coninunlt) which had theretorore
dopted local option penalties un I
forfcltuics which did not exist at Ul
timo of such ndoptlon Lewis win
given ouo )car In the penltenttnr).
NEGRO MUST HANG.
Hsrry POe to Pay Extreme Penalty at
Hot Springs, Ark , March 2 Ham
l'oe, n negro, who was )eterda
convicted of assaulting a ton )ea'
o'd whltu girl In Ihla lit), wns toda
sentenced to bo hanged on Apill 1.
A motion for n now trial wns ovor
i ult d nnd an appeal taken to the mi
WILL BE TAKEN TO JERSEY.
Requisition Papers Now In Hands of
Now York, March 2 Tho cntns ot
tho Indicted tncnl packers wero tnk
pu up by tho prosecutor s tones In
Hudson county, Now Jen-oj, toda
"When (lovoinof Foit signs the ro
qulsltluu papers,' said Pruipi'titm
(Inrviii, "I will (,n, pnrsotiall), In fun
tlovornnr Deiienii of Illinois and ro
quest him to sign the -Mt million, pi
peiH so the men enn bo biniiglit
CONE JOHNSON AT DALLAS
SHALL BAILEY DICTATE GOVERN
OR OF TEXAS.
DISTRESSING SCENES IN
Only Means of Transportation In
Number of Inundated Towns.
Ice Gorges a Standing Menace.
Cleveland, Ohio, March 2 liilly
one thousand persons homeless, 6t'i
er thousands living on the secon!
floors of homos, trlfflc Impeded and
business demoralized lu many places,
is lhu sltuntlou lu Ohio todn) nsj.li'
result ot tho recent Hoods. White
tho high water has receded somewhat
In most of the river vnlle)s, jot lu
others danger from Ico gorges still
Itnlu still pievnlls lu the southern
part of tho state, which adds to thu
Hood In tho Ohio river vnlley.
At aZnesvlllu, seveial hundred
tnmllles havo been driven from their
homes and llbu Buffering Is neute
At Fremont great danger still lurks
about the gorged Sandusky river
OFFICER MAKES FLIGHT.
EACH DAY BRINGS US SOMETHING NEW IN HIGH
GRADE FOOTWEAR FOR SPRING. WE ARE SHOWING
MANY NEW 8TYLE8 THIS SEASON IN ALL LINES OF
SPRING FOOTWEAR. WE WILL BE PLEASED TO SHOW
YOU AT ANY TIME ALL THE NEW STYLES. OUR ONE,
TWO AND THREE LACE OXFORDS ARE BEAUTIES AND
JUST THE THING FOR EARLY SPRING WEAR. OUR
ONE AND TWO STRAP PUMPS IN VCI PATENT AND
SUEDE ARE THE PREVAILING STYLES FOR DRESS
WEAR. WE WANT YOUR SHOE BUSINESS AND IF COR
RECT, HONEST FOOTWEAR AND COURTEOUS TREAT
MENT, AS WE HAVE ALWAYS tNDEAVORED TO GIVE
YOU, COUNT FOR INDUCEMENTS, WE FEEL CONTENT
TO 8AY YOU WILL GIVE US A LIBERAL SHARE OF YOUR
SHOE BU3INEQ8 FOR THE SPRING 8EA80N.
BEE US FOR BETTER SH0E8.
Greenville Shoe Co.
West Side of Square
Lt, Foubols Flew Over Army Grounds
at Fort Sam Houston.
San Antonio, March 2. Lieuten
ant D. B. Foubols, United States ar.
Hi), made two successful (lights with
a Iilplano nt Fort Sam Houston to
day, lie ascended two hundred fuel
and attained a speed of forty mile
per hour ngalnst an eight-mile wind,
Ho Hew all over tho aiiny ground j.
Orand opening ball tonight, admis
sion gentlemen $1, ladles free Prof,
(tucker requests all pupils to meet at
tho hall at 7 o'clock, All those wish
ing to Join tho classes uro request
ed to Join tho opening claos. (Jinnd
'-iiuaiiu win nuri ui o;iu suurp. 110
. ! absolutely guarantees that thoro li
1 no man lu tbo state of Texas doing
A! business today that will equal Ills
Received by Belgian Troops as a
Guard of Honor.
Condokoro, March Z. A native
riinnor from tho province of Mongal-
la reached hero today with tho news
of llho enthusiastic reception with
which Colonel Itoosevult and his par
ty Is receiving at ports on tho Bar
HI Jabcl, where lhu steamer Dal is
As thu steamer drorr Into Laito
tho Americans witnessed tho niout
pleasant sight ot nu Immenso Amer
ican Hag Hying ubuvu tho landing
Drawn up on the vvhaif was a guard
of honor, composed of ninety native
Belgian soldiers. Major Hemkc, the
Belgian coiunandaut, gavo a lunch
con to tho Americans At Mongolia
n still greater reception awaited the
SITUATION AT HERKIMER.
Waters Are Tailing but Streets Are
Llttlo Palls, N Y, Mnrih 2. Wat
ers from tho Mohawk river and West
aOiiada click, wlili li have Inundated
lhu stieeta ot llerklmei for two di)s
today have fallen ouo foot, but uro
still so deep lu the principal streets
and transportation Is impossible ex
cept by boats,
l))iiamlto was sent lo Herkimer to
day and au offoit will ob midu to blow
up tho gorge lu thu Mohawk river.
Tho Mohawk division of tho Now
York Central railroad between Utlt.ii
and Albany has been IciLipiirarll)
abandoned All New York Ceutrnl
trains aro running on tho West Shore
Bananas ton cents a doeu Noblo
&. ICimbrough, 2
Are Issues to be Settled on Their
- merits or Are the Wishes and
Interests of One Man to Control.
Dallas, Tu Mm eh 2. Cono John
sou spoke nt tho eoiirl house hoiu
tonight to n great and entlimlnatlv.
Ho referred to the fnct that th's
wns the unnlvcrsnr) ot Texas' liido
pendeuco nnd said that struggle end
cd In opening to thu world tho bust
opportuult) for Iieo goveriiiuout That
tho Bturd) ploneeis of Texas were
dovolcd to llleity nnd uiiti.injiuullcd
by the lulluoueus of nulcunt customs
The vnst area ot Texas nlToided
room for tho spread of population so
thnt there would bo no congestion
while tbo foundations of government
and our Institutions woro forming
nnd the great aiea of fertile land In
v-lled the' Independent husbliiiilman
thus giving us n grcit agiarluu pop
ulatlun necossar) to proseivo tho bil
unco of political economic and Indus
If ovor flee government for tin
pvoplo to bo administered In their
interest bus had n fieo oppoi limit)
It lias been In Toxus. Tho gleul task
of Bt.itesnienslilp now Is to piesorvu
the government, its Institutions nnd
our vast opportunities for tho uniinl
enjoyment or nil tho ptop'e. Wo
need to declare our Independence:
1. Fiom the blighting, dumornlblm;
nnd curiiiptiiig Inline ucu of tho pro
tcsulonil machine; polltUluu, tho polll
leal tlme-seivoi, wire worker and
2. Our Independence on thu domi
nation mid oppression of swollen
and Illegal wealth and Its cuiriiptlug
lulluciico upon the legitimate Indus
ti) and wealth of the people
J. A declaration of independence,
announcing tho dissolution ot thu
partnership between thu common
wealth and logalUed evil. Freedom
from tho blighting nnd demorallln.
Influence, both social mid political of
the lugnllcd vvhlsko) tiufflc Is the
uoxl stop hi llio security of tho civil
Imtlon vyus begun with Texas'
Independence. The only blot on lie
publican government In this country
was tho Blruln put thoro by corrupt
politics which could uiwa)s bo found
ready lo enthrone the paralysing and
uupplng Inlliienco ot unlawful
Kchciuoii In in oj upon the people
(Continued on Third I'age.)
The New Easter Silks
Another largo shipment of these desirable, dressy material
have Just been opened. Never wero the weaves and shades no
licit ns this spring. The patterns, too, nro such that every
ono enn wear them the shades becoming nud tho prices cx
ccedlugl) low. Before jou ninku )onr selection of n silk dres
or waist pattern wo wntit )ou to look through this lino, you
will find lipro something to please )ou best.
There nlo tho hnndsomo dross pitlurns ot Satin Fourlard, In
the 27-Iuch goods, In beautiful patterns ot rose, groen, tan,
blnck nnd white, gray, pink, in llio pretty strlpos, tho fancy
ileslgnos and tho prelty dots, otc, nny of those will mnko an
Ideal diets Tor Ulster, como lu 12-ynrd lengths, prices 11.40
Hnndsomo Bilk nnd foultrd wnlst patterns In tho stripe, fancy
figuio, dot, eto, .114 ynrds in pattern, In tho rich blue, tan,
urien, gray, black nnd white, otc, rich new F.nstor shades at
per pattern S.05
,10 Inch fancy satlu foulards In tho dots, pretty stripe, etc.. In
tlili Khndes of ruse, blue, black and uhlto, pink, etc., this la
an exceptional value at por )tird S1.30
ll.iudt-onio natln fourlnrds In the old rose, gra), champaKno,
green, light brown, etc, pretty strlpo and fancy figure, nt par
)nrd Sro and S1.00
Rich tnftctn Bilk lu tho corn, blue, blnck, etc., this makus fdoal
walits, 27 Inches wide, at por ard S1.00
Pongee silk in tho champagne, bluu, otc. This Is ono of" tho
nost populnr materials for sprlntr dresses, prlco per jurd O5o
Silk tissue lu the solid shades of white, blue, roso. pink, groen,
tan, etc, good width, n r,ott rich materlnl for spring at BOc
Corded Jncqtmid, In thu maiiv rich doslgnes in blue, green,
black, roso, ole , a miitmlnl that Is dressy yet Inexpensive,
prlco 47'Ao and 430
Tussiih silk In thu Invendor, while, pink, blue, otc. This Is
dainty material that will mnko up beautifully, price..... .500
Crepo Pllssc, this Is a cutton goods hut looks like slllt, Is Bolt
and ill easy, lu rich shades, nlso white, nitce on.y liJHo
These now silks will not reinnlu long here ns tho patterns
nro su rlc.li and oxolnslvo and tho price so Ion on such high
class goods that the) will bo tnken oarly, In order to got
them mndo for Cnslcr, so we ndvlso )tui to make jour Boloc
tlou at ouco
OQ OOOi OOOO O&OOOOOO OOO0OOOO OOOO
bw djjuiig dims
1 Boys' N
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v m 11
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED OUR
NEW LINE OF BOYS' 3PRINO
THIS OUGHT TO MEAN AND
DOES MEAN A PLACE TO GET
GOOD BOY8' SUITS, CLOTHES DE
SIGNED FOR THEM BUILT WITH
REFERENCE TO THEIR FIGURE,
SNAPPY, STYLI8H GARMENTS,
PERFECT IN FIT AND EVERY DE
TAIL WITH PRICES THAT WILL
MEET WITH YOUR APPROVAL,
2,50 to $8.00
NEW SHIPMENT OF LADIES'
CHAMOI8 GLOVES, 75c.
Aro )ou carrying Term insurance?
.;. minuui rcHit
ability as an instructor In dancing,
Ho would like for his friends and pa
trons to Inquire about him as lie
leaves a reputation for excellent work
wherever he teaches. Ho guarantees
parents that thu school will bo run
strictly first clses'iand always in
tends a welcome to the mothers and
fathers. Honicmber tho place, the
third lloor of the Levy building. lit)
also states that ho Intends making
quite a number ot improvements In
tho hall Ho wants a good piano
p!a)or at once, lady preferred. For
further information call new phono
I 229 2 rings, lt.
Fifty Families Homeless,
Columbus, Ohio, March 2 Fift)
families wero driven from tholr
homes at Coshocton today by the
Muskingum river. Tho flood has
broken Into the pumping station ot
Old Fashioned Candy Pull.
Tha ladles of West Lee street
Methodist church will have an old
fashioned candy pull at tho residence
of W. M Bond, on West Ie street,
from 3 to 0 o'clock Saturday after
noon, Admission ten cents.
of contradiction wu can tell
our customers that JACOBS'
Caudles nro I'lJUH.
THE BEST OF SUGARS.
THE BEST OF CHOCO
LATE. THE BEST OF FRUIT FLA-
THE BEST OF TREE
Those are tho things that Y
irako Jacobs Candles better
than anybody else's and i,
pleases our custodiers better X
and best of all Jacobs' Is thu
y freshest Candy that Is sold in ft
i Greenville and also tho largest X
f. seller Btiall wo tend you a f
box lodayT ?
Kellog's Toasted Rice
G. E. D1NKLE
Shelled Pop Corn 5 cents per pound
Shelled Almonds 40 cents per pound
ore & Jones
Old Phono 140
Old Phone 192
New Phone 204
0.W-.1,. 51k C "
IJLCXKUIA Utl- .
Ellard's Wood Yard.
Handles all klucia of dry wood,
cord, block and stove wood. Blocks'
J2 per Tick, stove wood 2.S0 per
rick. I give prompt delivery. Phones
Bananas ten cents a dozen. Noblo I Boulnwestern EG5; New 138. II, A
& KlinbrouKh. i Eiiara tne wooa man. u.
Mevyare of Term Insurance.-S, 1.
Dauanas leu cents n dozen-Noblo
& Kliubrough. 3
Hananas ten coals a dozen. Nob'.e
& Wmbrougli. 3
Another lot new Springs Suits re-
Icelvod, erklns Uros. Co. 2.
To nil those intereated In
the Deep Welt I'ruposltioi
(and others too) tbut Is for
first class clean and up to
date conrectlonarles such as
Cigars, Tobaccos, Krults and
Candles call at Albert Tisch
macher's storo opposite
. , ,
u isn ana
ff Received i
Fresh Dally t
I W, H. Wilkins Market 1
FOR LUNCHEON, DINNER OR THE RECEPTION, SERVE
Chocolate Covered Reception Flakes
IH SEALED PACKAO.ES.
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