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VOLUME XX
GREENVILLE. TEXAS, WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 23. 1 9 1 0. FOUR PAGES
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AMERICAN RELEASED FROM JAIL'.
GUARDSMEN WILLING TO SERVE.
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Wo havo Just rccolcil by express
Bhlpmont Ladles' and Misses' Coats,
black broadcloth, fancy vnoeltlos, full
Una of Misses' Wirt Children's Coats
new lino ot Skirts.
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F. BLASER LAID HEAD ON
TRACK IN FRONT OF ENGINE.
Was Too Close to the Locomotive
For the Train to Be
Stopped.
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Wo hao on dlsnlaj In our Suit
Department the newest tallies in fur
Sets
$7.50 to $30
Beautiful lino of Tailored Waist la
linen ombroldored and tailored, price t
$1.50 to $5.00
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WE ARE AGENTS FOR THE PICTORIAL REVIEW PAT-TERNS.
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Wo'ro "Talking Turkey," tlieBo days to the Male Contin
gent ot the Human Itace.
nfrerj Man and Boy that comos hero for his Tall Outflttlns
Is going to havo Ills cup of satisfaction filled to the brim and
mnnlns over with good value,
If you expect to got lull measure of enjoyment out of tho
Turltoy, look well to our Waidiobo. "At homo" or -t'out to
dlno," tho hotter jou are dressed tho hotter you will onjo) tho
(oast.
Handsome Suits In all the season's correct models and
cholco fabrics. Suits, of quality and prestige, prices ?lfi00,
$2000, ?2500 to $30.00
Overcoat luxury In all tho right styles. Fabilcs aro vory
flno and talloied o perfection, prices J15 00, ?18 00, 120 00
to 5?ao.oo
WE WILL BE CLOSED ON THANKSGIVING DAY.
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Carrothers Was Justified in Shooting
Into Mob Attacking His Home.
Guadalajara, Me , Nov. 22 Do
tachments of Infnntiy, cavalry and nr
tlllory left hero during tho night.
Iholr destination Is unknown but It
Is believed to bo Torrcoti. dcneM!
Madoro Is reported on tho f.unllj OS'
tato in Coahuila.
Carlos 13. Cnrrolhors, tho American
leal ost.ilo dialor who shot two men,
At 0:15 jesterday morning as a' one fatall), during tho riots here, was
water tram on tho .Mlneola division icleased from custody todn), the au
was comliiE noith, when about three- ihorltles declaring that ho was Jus.
quarters of a mi!o bouth of Lnior), tlged In acting as ho did, In defense
u mau tan In fiout of tho engine mid lot his homo.
laid his head ncross tho' lall. The I
engine sovorcd tlio head. Tho train
was btopped nud tho lifeless bods
was biought to Umory, where nn in
quest was held, the vordlct of the
Justice ot tho 1'eaco being that It vvna
a case ot dollborato suicide. The de
ceased was found to bo a Mr. C. K
Blaser, who lived near lniory an J
was 70 )ears old. The train was in
charge of Conductor Oseo Mnddov and
Tom Suddelh was tho engineer.
Mr. Suddeth sa)s the man was so
close to tho engine tint It was tin
posslb'e to stop tho t aln. Iho de
ceased Is suppos il to hac been In
sane.
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LEONARD JOHNSON CUT AND
STABBED ADA SELLERS.
BOTH 1ENJEI KILLED
FATAL RESULTS OF SHOOTING
AT HUGO, OKLA.
Tom Ingram's Body Brought Here
Last Evening Funeral This
Morning.
.Mr J. II IiiBiain anled home on
tho Texas .Midland last evening bring
ing the coipso of hli bon, To'ii In
giam, from Hugo, Okla, nud Is In
charge of Collin's uudbi laker. Tho
Herald had a uotico ot tlio shooting
of 'luiu Ingram jostcrd.i). 'Iho par
tlculais aio .is lotions: 'Ihu decons
til was in the leal estate business at
Hugo, and had been having difficult)
with l)i W M Moirls, ot that place
for borne time Doth uiui went aim
ed and mut at 0 o clock MoinU) oven
ing faco to face. It Is alleged that
M011I3 fired the Hist shot hitting In
gram iu tho btomacli. Ingram liieil
three tluic'3 qulckl), one ball pabslng
thiough Morris' aim, one through the
mouth and the othei thiough the body
penetrating the lung.
After firing Ingram lan about fifty
feet toward his home and fell Iu
doom a), and was carried to tho ol-
llco of Urs. Johns & Miller. Ho lived
two houis and a half wheu death
camo to him. Dr. Morris i.m up Bioad
way and fell on the walk and was
carried to tho offlco ot Urs. Trench
Ac Askew, and died Intel, A b) stand
er was 'vounded painfully by one,hot.
Tom Ingram was bom In Hopkins
count) near Cuinby and was 10 e.irs,
old. He niairicd Miss Hittiu Lisbon)
near Campbell eighteen years ago
Tho wlfo survives him also two sons,
Josso agod 10 and Arthur aged ID.
Ills parents aro living here, and two
Bisters, Mrs. Annie Wlggs, ot Toil
Worth, and Mrs. J. C. Myers, ot this
city. Albo two brother!, Jim, ot
Bo)ce, La., and Will living heie.
Tho funeral will bo nt tho re3i
dence of his parents on North Stuart
Htieet, nt 10.30 tills morning conduct
ed by Hov. L H. Casey, nud burial
In Last Mount cemeterj.
Dr. Morris was reared at Wolfe
City and was a brother ot Di. J. W
Morris ot that city. Tho remains
were brought to Wolfo City and will
ho burled In Mt. Carmel cemetery
Ho was married to a nleco of A. V
Gattos of Greenville.
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REVOLUTIONISTS SURROUND
CITY OF TORREON.
Garrison of 300 Men Reported to
Have Joined the Insurgents at
Gomez Palaclo.
FEW HOURS FIR CR1PPEN
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MAN CONVICTED OF WIFE
DER TO BE HANGED,
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Hagle Pass, Te., Nov. 22. Vlllau.i
lena, uno of tlio revolutionists cauiiH
hi Mexico, wlieio n snu'lter ot tho
Ameiicau Smelting nud Helliiiug com
inn Is located, la icpoitod In the
possession ot tho i evolutionists. It h
bald that thu smelting plant was dam
aged and lnnnj Ameiieans weio lough
I) Heated. This Intoimnllou was re
ceived hero with details todn) fioin
what nro considered thoioughly iell.1
hlo bOUlCCS.
Tho gairlbou of Federal tioops at
Toneou buueiidered ,lt Is leported,
only after tlioir uuuihcis had been rtu
pleted by nioro thin one halt In dead
mid Injured.
At Torreon is a colon) of perhaps
150 Americans and man) millions ui
Ameiicau capital aio invested there,
Aftu tho garilsun of neirly J00
Tcdc'ial tioops at Gome?, l'al iclo went
over to tho levolutloulsts jesierd.u
afternoon n inarch was made to Toi
leon, at leist ono thoiibauil well arm
ed mon composing tho attacking bod
'Iho artillery was soon placed In po
sltlon on a hill overlooking tho cltj.
And tho big guns opened up It Is
bald that as soon ns the garrison lau
up tho vvhl to lias tho cavuliy and lu
fautry dashed Into the city, tool,
ehargo of nil stoics and public funds,
and new municipal officcis weio nam
ed.
General Geronlmo Trcvino, at thu
head of two regiments ot cavalij ami
infantry loft Montoro) for Toireon,
and fleieo lighting Is expected iu that
city when they ariive.
rrnncisco Madero, leader of tho
antl re olectlonlsts, who was leportoa
to bo near Las Lsperatuo this hum n-
Ing, on loutu with about COO cavalr)-
men to Join tho l evolutionary foiees
nt Torreon,
righting in tho city of Duinngo last
night and early this morning wok re
pelted hut no details weio lecelved
Zacatccas, Orizaba, Chihuahua and
San Luis l'otnsl nro still In tho hinds
of tho government forces, accoiding
to tho reports received hero.
Mrs. Humphries, Corsetlrre.
Mrs, It, 13. Humphries, corsetiree,
will ho horo for Jubt a few days onl).
Ladles who specially care for I'arla
I m bt)!e, p'easo he sure to see hoi.
If she does not reach )ou, ring her
at Mrs Shields' boarding house. Sho
will Interest sou only it jou care to
ho interested 11-23
Hot Drinks tho hottest of all hot
drinks at Iloohn's 11-ltf
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.j. Make It a point to loaru tho i
X possibilities ot this store in X
Drugs, in value and In prlcei, 'ft
j Stop In and seo our lino of -
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SHOW GOODS.
In Last Hours SmPathy Is Expressed
For tho Doctor No Hope of
Reprieve.
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Our lino of Men's Shoes havo
the class and snappy stj'.o
that Is a'wajs distinguished
from the ordinary Shoes. No
Shoes cau be better design
ed than Stacy Adams and
riorsheln high grade Sboea
nt ?5 00, Ju.DO and ?C.OO, in
all leathers and lasts. Our
lino of Howard and Foster
and J 13, Tilt at $3 GO and
(I 00 far surpasses any shoi'i
over offered to tho trade o'
this city. Our Monarch at
?3.50 and our Special at ?t
(ire repeaters as has been
poven,
London, Nov. 22. Dr. Hawlo) H.
Crlppeu will bo hanged at 8 o'clock
tomorrow inorulng, This uunouuco
uieiit was made today und with It
passed any hope that tho condemned
mau may havo had ot an eleventh
houi delay,
Tho grewbowo dctalU Incident to
tho off lea ot tho executioner have
been worked out and tho usual cau
tion of British cilmlnal proctedure
taken to guard against uny lilleli at
tho last moment.
From tho tlmo that his wife, Halle
Hlinoro, tho aetruss, disappeared, up
to the day ot his conviction, public
sentiment against Crlppeu glow
stronger, but In his last hours the
American Is not without sjinjiathj,
Claia LMhol Leuovo, tho woman fur
, whom tho crown alleged Crlppen Kill
t led his wife, ha3 cmtlnuod her visits
to tho prisoner's, ti-u, and thoro a'o
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First Door West of Postofflci. ft
Wo carry tho ColehratoJ f
Hess Line of Htago .Ma ice-up 7
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Both Aro Negroes Woman at Deaths'
Door The Man Has
Escaped.
May Ask for Privilege of Guarding
of the Texas Border.
Austin, Tov., Nov. 22. Members ot
Iho Texas National luard want to go
to war. Numerous loiters and holo
grams wore received by the adjutant
general's department and tho execu
tive department from mcmboiB of the
guard offering their services to the
state and want to bo sent to tho Iron
ties to protect Amorlcnii luteresls.
At o o'clock )esterday moiulim a
negio named Leonard Johnson In an
ulteieTatlou with a negro woman'
named Adi Sollois, cut he'i auvoialv I
and probably fittall).
Tho woman lived In the survants
house In rear of tho iildoneo on Hon '
11. F. Vaughau. Joliusoii assailed the
woman nt tho cnhln and cut at her
with it knife. Ho chased hei up to
Ml. V.iugliau's house but sho fulled
to get In and inn oui to Iho iosl-
doncu of Judge Geo. S. l'eiklns audi
fulled to get In there, mid ran a.ouuit'
to tho fiont galloiy wheio sho fell
bleeding piofusel). The mnn tin nl
ran uw.i) and was not ciptuiod last
night although the orflcots have1 bqeii
In scinch of him ovei since.
'Iho woman was cut lu tho right
arm and was stabbed lu the abdomen
on tho light sido Sho eamu heio
three months ago from Denlson lmv
lug sop-iiaied fiom hot husband. Last
night blie wis still alive hut thu phy
sicians have Hltlo hopo of her lecov-
cry.
Johnson his berved two tuims In
the penltenllar) ono for cutting and
one roi shooting negioes. Ho lins
been working at the tomprusB and
afi'lr tlio difficult) letmned theio and
lold u uegto vvh.il ho had douo anil
I hen left, going ctsi.
COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS.
Anangcd to Take a New Census of
the City.
Tho city council jesterday passed
an ordlnnnco to provhlu Tor taking iv
nuvv census of tho city.
A resolution was pissed directing
tho city clerk to plico lu hands of
the clt) attorney nil delinquent street
tuxoi.
THE INTERURBAN COMMITTEE
Met Last Night and Had Cheering
Reports on the Bonus,
'iho lnli.rurb.in slrorlng louunlttvu
met lu the Uoostei club looms lust
night to cauiobs tho situation on tho
pioposltlou Cheering loports were
given by It. M. Chipmali, chairman
ot tho soliciting conimlllee, and It
was dotei mined to push tho bonus
for tho Intermhan until ii Is raised
iho committee added C 1'. Link to
tlio soliciting coinmlttiu. Mi. Link
will coopeialu with Mi. Oh.ipin'm i.
,t inonihui of tho soliciting committee
Dixie Cooking O'l.
Better than the Post hug hud
ileaper and healthier. If jou aro not
using It, glvo It a trial A homo pro
Juot, made by Texafi ltnflnlnir Co
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Cake Sale Today,
Tho IParonts-JTnipliniH Arr,iH.ii Inn
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will have a salo ot cakes at tho Boon
or club rooms from 8:0 lo 0 o'clock
this altornooii for bonollt of tho Norm
School fund Ladles cau bivo trouble
by buying cakes at tlio Booster club
looms for Thanksgiving li
ATTACK ijE PREMIER
MR. ASQ.UITH ASSAULTED BY
SUFFRAGETTES.
Was Saved From Hough Handling
By a Strong Forco of
Police.
London, Nov. 22. l'reinlor Asqiilth
has jlelded to tho Impoitunlllca ot
tho stiffragcttoa nud In tho house ot
commons today announced that if ho
was still iu power at tlio next bos
sloii ot parliament the gov eminent
would givo facilities' for thu consld
eiulluii ot n woman's finnchlso hill,
so flamed as to ndnilt of free auioud
niciil.
l'lomlcr Asqiilth was nnsaultod by
Kiifliagettes lu tho picclnuL ot tho
house ot commons today and was
sived from rough handling only hy
the piompt arrival of a stiimg hodv
of police.
Chlhlien hilng jour nleklea and buy
oanily at tho cako salo thlH afternoon
In tho Booster club looms,
Ojstor Cocktail lflc nt Iloohn's. tt
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Trip to Market
Whoro ho bought ror ovory de
partment In our atoro largo line
of tho newest and most attroctlvo
goods. They nro now nrrlvlng by
expross, bolng plncod on sale and
they will provo tho most attractlvo
vnjuea you havo seen this fall.
Thoso goods nro tho newest mod
els In tailored suits, wraps,
sweaters, handsome matorlalg for
dresses, novelties ot all kinds.
things that jou havo wanted, which nro hero now.
Elegant Tailored Suits for Thanksgiving
These nro now nrrlvnls In tho i-ichest materials, such na
broadcloth, basket wenvo, ancy worsted, etc., In tho stripe, solid
lu rich hndt'B ot blue, rose, wlstirla, brown, black, otc, short
roalB, lluod with satlu, novvest stylo skirts, and tho prlco rango
is Interesting, JO'jr, to SII5.00
Long Coats
in tho black, fancy niixod shadoi of bluo, gray, tan, brown,
etc, neatly trimmed, stjlea that will appeal to tho well dressed
women Your slzo ts hero in a stylo that you will admire, lit
37fl " ' 2J510.50
Sweaters, in White and Colors
For women, misses and bo)B, nowost stylo coat sweaters, ones
that son will llko. Bring tho glrla and boys to us, for our
prices on thoso garmentB nro oxcoedlngly lowi OSc to ij;j.05
OUR STORE WILL BE CLOSED ALL DAY THURSDAY.
NOVEMBER 24, THANKSQIVING.
For Thanksgiving
Wo havo received a ihlpment
of Fancy Package Caudles lu
ono pound und half pound pack
ager, Th inksglv Ing Post I'ardB,
Chocolate Cioanib and Nut Con
tors. Also ivo havo Apples,
Oinugos, Loin one, Buuauns.
I'honu us jour wnnto, wo
hive both tho now mid old
phones.
Greenville Confectionery Go,
Albert 'llaehnnchcr. Manager.
West of I'oitofflco.
Now Phono 37-72 Old Phono 1 17
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FURNITURE. i
Tho host equipped Undortakor y I
in iniru or adjoining counties
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others who shako tlu lr heads and do '
claro that they would never convict
a man on circumstantial evidence, j
From expressions In tho papers
and tho gossip of tho street, .it is
plain that no otbor murder coe ot
recent jears has taken such hold on
the feeling ot all classes.
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IN DINKLE GROCERY
STAND.
CO.
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Glasses correctly fitted to tho eye,'
lenses ground and made while yon
wait Dr M Beskow, Optician.
Button bole liraid-Perkins Bros, Co'
Wo aro again ready to servo
our man) friends and custom
ers. Our lino Is complolo in
ovtry rosport, and good service
is guaranteed,
Good & Swift
THE SOUTH SIDE GROCERS.
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.j. 1.200 acroa of land fivo miles northwest ot Coopor, Dolta 4
f County Located on Sulphur Springs and Cooper load. Y
About 700 ncres In cultivation, balance pastille and heavy
. tlmbor. All fenced nud cross feucod. fjind ull 111 ttolld body. S
X 900 acres of this farm Is hlnck waxy land, balance good heavy X
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'llils Is flno body of valloy laud with somo breaks In v
south ond of tract J.
Hunts iimountod to about J3.G00.00 tbls )ear. Havo 'ru- X
ifllpts lo show for sumo. v
Will lako in good trado from JIO.000.00 to JIC.OOOOO. In 4
addition to tho amount In trado will Uiko ?7,C00.00 In cash and X
givo good tonus on balanco. jr
For furthor Information write, 4
North Texas
Realty Co-
Greenville
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WILL BE CLOSED ALL DAV THU6RDAY (THANKSGIVING.)
WE ARE HEADQUARTERS FOR "TURKEYS."
OUR. LITTLE
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Fridays at
G. L. BURNETT
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APPLE GREEN,
LEMON YELLOW.
PURPLE VIOLET,
BLOOD ORANGE,
OUR STORE VILL
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DAMSON BLUE,
CHOCOLATE DROWN,
8TI1AWBERRY RED,
FRUIT COLOR.
CLOSED ALL DAY THURSDAY.
Ib tho n-ost tcitfiit at-d and richest food known, lias inoro
than three times tho nutritive - nine or Porn or Wheat Bran,
while Its cost Is lcs than il at of i ither, und for Cattle, Horsen
or Hogs, will roduco youi fo-d bills and givo bolter results.
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WE HAVE PLENTY OF
Fresh Eggs
Not Cold Storage
BUT FRE8H FROM THE COUNTRY,
OUR STORE WILL BE CL08ED ALL DAY THURSDAY.
Moore & Jones
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Cotton Seed
have moie nutrltlto valuo than common hay
which costs to per cent more, is more coj
venlcnt to handle, Is perfectly freo horo dust or
foreign matter aud Is healthful and appetizing.
The EVSixed Feed
forms a "Balanced Ration" giving bettor ro
sulls, increased milk and buttor production In
Cows, and lu Flesh, l'at and gorera) condition
In all animals than any other food In the world.
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