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Palestine daily herald. (Palestine, Tex.) 1902-1949, July 12, 1907, Image 2

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July Clearance Sale
ONE WEEK July 1320 ONE WEEK
We will inaugurate Saturday July 13 our annual Clearance Sale and will
continue same for one week We have many items that will prove of interest
and profit to you The prices on our entire stock will be greatly reduced
and avail yourself of this Clearance Sale
We invite you to visit our store
Figured Lawns and Batiste at
18inch Corset Cover Embroidery at
1000 Yards Fine Embroidery at
Cool Summer Vests Good Grade
Beautiful Lace Stripe Hose
Comamnder Winslow made a cruise
from New York around the coast or
South Africa with Secretary Root as a
passenger Comamnder Winslows
wife is the daughter of Henry O
Havemey er of New York Several
years ago Commander Winslow was
on duty In the Bureau of Navigation
and served as naval aid to Presiuent
RoosevelL He was advanced for ex
traordinary heroism during the war
with Spain and is now due to be pro
moted to the grade of captain
PRINCE JOHN HAS A BIRTHDAY
Youngest Child of the Prince and the
Princess of Wales
Special to the Herald
London July 12 Prince John
Charles Francis Uio youngest child of
the Prince and Princess of Wales had
a birthday today Though Prince
John is but two years old and stands
sixth in line of succession to the
throne his birthday anniversary is
accorded the same official honors as
9 in the case of the older members of
the royal family
It is lnterestlng to note by the
way that Prince Johns birthday coin
cides with that of Julius Caesar After
the lattcrs deatli and deification the
augurs announced that whoever saw
the light on Caesars birthday was
destined to happiness and great
glory It goes without saying that
all England hopes this prognostication
may prove correct In Prince Johns
case
ISKINJ
DISEASES
CAN BE CURED
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septic for external use has proved by
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est cure for all diseases of the skin and
scalp Dont suffer when a cure is
so near at hand
Bkookmzld Mo Mir 10th 1906
E W Rose Medicine Co
St Louii Mo
Gentlemen I suffered ten years with the
most distressing case of eczema For several
months I could not wash my hands nor face
mr case was pronounced incurable
Nine bottles ot ZEMO has entirely cured
mr and I am pleated to tell all sufferers to use
ZEMO IIyou want to cet cured ot ecsema
Yours respectfully
W P TUBBS
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3032 Olir Street ST LOUIS MO
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BRATTON DRUG COMPANY
NOTES FROM THE LABOR WORLD
Union barbers of Cleveland O
are watching all the shops to see Uiat
they close on Sunday according to
law
The National Association of Letter
Carriers will hold its sixteenth an
nual convention in Canton O the
week of September 2
Chicago elevator men have submit
ted to a board of arbitration a propo
sition made to building managers Tor
a wage increase of i0 a month
Conditions in the Canadian cigar
making Industry have been unsettled
for sometime owing to differences
between tho employers and the
tmiou
Industrial Insurance agents organ
ized recently In Brooklyn said to be
the first of Its kind in the United
States
At future meeting of the Rhode
Island branch of the American Fede
raUon of Labor no delegate will be
seated unless his clothing bears the
union label
Master P H Morrissey re
Grand
reelected by the Brotherhood
cently
ofiRallway Trainmen to be the head
two
IttipfrffpaHtotlon for pext
tip twelvolfteaFs
That the Irish labor element is not
in favor ot socialism as one of the ob
jects of the labor movement was mani
fested by Uie vote taken at the labor
conference recently held in Belfast
It was 835000 against 30000 for
Nearly seven thousand men employ
ed on all Uie street car lines and on
the four elevated railroad S3stems of
Chicago have received an advance In
wages ot from seven to four per cent
Following the strike of rive hundred
Italian trackmen on the New York
Central railway a movement has been
started to organize the 200000 or more
Italian railway employes all over tne
United States and bring about a
higher scale of wages
Following the example set by the
Chicago trade unionists the labor
unions of Covington Ky have started
a movement for a trades union bank
The bank will have a paid up capital
of 50000 AH Uie stock has been
subscribed by the labor unions
A government bill for granting state
advances to farmers for agricultural
improvements similar to the system
of agricultural banks in existense else
wiiere will be introduced next session
In the Cape South Africa legislature
MIB3 Anastasla OMeara ot Cam
bridge Mass has the honor ot being
the nrst woman to hold an office in
the Retail Clerks Association of nat
city She was also the first woman
member ofthe association
The latest and most ui > todate form
of government sick insurance is being
considered in Holland Tne proj > osed
insurance is obligatory and extends to
all laborers employed regularly
From twothirds to threefourhts of
Uie exports of Japan are produced by
female labor In tea silk weaving
and numerous other Industries the
labor of women Is Invariably required
while In marine and mining industries
it is of no importance
A considerable proiwrtlon of the
trade unions In European countries
provide benefits for unemployed mem
bers and many other organizations
such as friendly societies and coope
rative associations make similar pro
vision for their members
Christian and Missionary Alliance
Special to tho Herald
Lancaster Pa July 12 The an
nual convention of the Christian anil
Missionary Alliance began today at
Rocky Springs Park and will continue
in session ten days A large number
of delegates are present from Eastern
Pennsylvania New Jersey Mnryland
and the District of Columbia Promi
nent among those taking part Is the
Rev Dr A B Simpson the founder
of the alliance
Orangemen Celebrate
Belfast July 12 The Orangemen or
Belfast and vicinity held their cus
tomary annual celebration today the
parade being one of the largest or re
cent years The usual precautions
were taken by the authorities to pre
vent disorder No serious encounters
wero reported
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COMMANDER CHARLES J BADGER
SUCCEEDS REAR ADMIRAL JAS
H SANDS AT ANNAPOLIS
Special to the Herald
Washington D C July 12 A num
ber of changes among high naval offi
cers take place today as a result of
the retirement of Rear Admiral J as
H Sands by virtue of the age HmlL
During the past two years Hear Ad
miral Sands has been superintendent
of the Naval Academy at Annapolis
He is succeeded in Uiat office bv
Commander Charles J Badger who
was formerly commandant of mid
shipmen at the academy Commander
Badger is frm Maryland and entered
the navy in Dune 1SC9 For some
time past he has served as assistant
chief of the Bureau of Navigation
Prior to his appointment to that post
he was in command of the cruiser
Chicago on the Pacific station
The successor of Commander Bad
ge as assistant chief of the Naviga
Ltpn Bureau > Oommandgr Cameron
the Pacific station
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While in command of the Charleston
GRAND FIANALE OF
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THE THIRTIETH TRIENNIAL CON
CLAVE WAS A GRAND SUCCESS
MANY SIDE TRIPS PLANNED
Special to tho Herald
Saratoga N Y July 12 The thir
tieth triennial conclave of Knights
Templars is a thing of the past and
today all outgoing trains were lauen
with homebound passengers By
night the white plumes and gold girt
uniform which have been so familiar
for four days will bo a comparative
rarity In numerous instances the
commandcrles have split up In otder
to take in points of Interest In this
region Many have gone direct to
Now York city while other parties
have gone on excursions to New Eng
land resorts to the White Mountains
and the SL Lawrence region
Every one appears satisfied wlUithe
success of the conclave and thojHian
ner in which the visitors haveifeen
entertained The gathering Tmsjhefa
the number
notable for great ajye
men presenL Many of the
it thflr wlvoq
undone to contribute to tnr
of the guests For the few kni ats
who will be here tonight and for the
local committees a number of supple
mentary social funcUons have been
planned These will mark the formal
close of the conclave
SERIES OF AUTO RACES
Chicago Will Entertain the Glldden
Tourists on Their VisiL
Chicago III July 12 For the en
tertainment ot the Olidden tourists
who are taking a two days rest in
this city preparatory to starting on
the return trip east the Chicago Au
tomobile Club has arranged for a sc
ries of notable auto races at the Har
lem track
The program calls for motor races
of every class ranging from the short
distance sprints to the twentyfour
hour grind together with a goodly
sprinkling of freak events
The roundtheclock chase or U
international endurance Derby as tt
Is programed starts at 430 oclock
this afternoon and will finish at the
same hour tomorrow The long drive
will be preceded and followed by a
number of short distance events A
dozen or more starters are expected
in the twentyfour hour contest and
among Uicm will be such famous
pilots as Eddie Bald Hood Margine
and others The teams in the bl
race are to consist of two men each
THIS IS MY 43RD BIRTHDAY
John W itlddle tho United States
ambassador to Russia was born in
Philadelphia July 12 18G4 He was
prepared for college at a private
school and graduated from Harvard In
the class of 18S7 Later he studied in
ternational law history and diplo
macy at Columbia University and at
the school of political science In Paris
He was appointed to the diplomatic
service from Minnesota in 1S93 His
first post was secretary of legation at
Constantinople and after six years
senice he retired In 1S99 In 1901
he was appointed secretary of em
bassy at SL Petersburg and remained
there until he was promoted several
years ago to Cairo as consul general
and minister resident In 1905 Mr
Riddle was appointed minister to Rott
inanla and Servia and last December
he was named to succeed George Von
U Meyer at St Petersburg Mr Rid
dle is one of the most accomplished
linguists In the diplomatic service of
the United States He speaks five or
six languages and his Russian is said
to be perfect His promotion to the
St Petersburg embassy came as a re
ward for long service and conspicuous
diplomatic ability It was while
charge daffairs or embassy at St
Petersburg that Mr Riddle achieved
his most notable triumph This con
sisted in presenting to the Russian
minister or foreign affairs the famous
Kishnlneff petition of the American
government after the Russian minis
ter at Washington Count Cassini had
rerused to receive It
EZELL LATIMER
Undertakers and Funeral Directors
Full line or Coffins and Caskets
John street next door to Ezells livery
stable Phone 71 or 25 Open day
and night tf
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COTTON SITUATION
HE THINKS COTTON GROWERS
WILL REALIZE HIGHER PRICES
THAN EVER BEFORE
Atlanta Ga July 12 President
Harvlc Jordan of the Southern Cotton
Association nnnounccd today that be
ginning the latter part or July he
would address mass meetings In every
state or the cotton belt President
Jordan will discuss his Investigations
in Europe In regard to the baling
handling and marketing or American
cotton
He will urge on the farmers the ne
cessity or as slow a movement or cot
ton as possible In order to maintain a
high level or prices In this connec
tion Mr Jordan declared that the
price or cotton next rail he believed
would be the highest in twenty years
The rirst or the mass meetings will
be held In North and South Carolina
On July 19 he will speak nt Garner
Wake county N C and at Raleigh on
July 20 Meetings will be held at
Spartanburg S C on July 30 Union
on July 29 and Gaffney on July 31
Leaving these two states Mr Jor
dan will go to Texas and In that staf
he will speak at ten or the largest cot
ton concentrating points In tho state
Leaving Texas he will go to Arkansas
thence to Louisiana then to Mlsilssin
pl and Alabama and will finish his
campaign In Georgia in the latter part
of August
Mr Jordan will be accompanied on
his tour by General Organizer E D
Smith of South Carolina commonlv
known as the Cyclone Orator of the
Southern Cotton Association Mr Jor
dan and Mr Smith have the coonera
Hon of all tho state presidents and the
members of the executive committee
of the association
Asked what he thought or the nros
pect for cotton next season President
Jordan said
It is fine I believe wo shall real
ize prices higher than we have re
ceived Tor twenty years Every indi
cation points to that tact and r shall
specially urge on the farmers In my
speeches the necessity or a slow move
ment so as to maintain as high a level
or prices as possible
President Jordan said that he ex
pected good attendance at the meet
ings He asks the general cooperation
or the press in this great Tanners
Tiovement
President Jordans observations on
his European trip will be or more than
isual Interest to cotton growers
While abroad he took particular pains
to study cotton conditions there is
they affected the buying and manufac
ture or the staple
He saw and compared the foreign
cotton with American and compared
their methods or baling He talked
with manufacturers and learpen their
eeds He also noted intoresliog
These obser Vhe will embody
In the scries f flKmes he proposes
to make through the cotton belt He
will also observe crop conditions in
the belt
TEACHERS END SESSIONS
And Will Return Home Satisfied With
Results or Convention
Special to tho Herald
Los Angeles Cal July 12 Satis
fied with the profit gained and more
ban satisfied with the hospitality
3hown them the attendants nt th
fiftieth annual meeting or the Nation
al Educational Association are holding
their concluding sessions today
Some or the teachers will stay over
tor a short time visiting places or in
terest in Southern California but the
iiajorlty of the several thousand
strangers who have been the guests
of Los Angeles for a week will turn
their races homeward tomorrow
This morning the department or ele
mentary education discussed the top
ic Geography and History In the
Lire or the Pupil The department or
normal schools held a session pre
sided over by President John It Kirk
it the Missouri State Normal School
Meetings were also held by the de
partments or art education school ad
ministration and Indian education
The principal speakers scheduled
to address the concluding general ses
sion this nrtcrnoon arc President Ben
lamln Ide Wheeler or the University
or California and Professor John
Adams or University College London
VICE PRESIDENT FAIRBANKS
Will Address the Christian Endeavors
This Evening
Special to tho Herald
Seattle Wash July 12 Again tlte
Christian Endeavor hosts began the
day wltli prayer and song while yet
the hour was early Anions the speak
ers heard at the forenoon rallies In
the two auditoriums were Rev Floyd
W Tomkins of Philadelphia Rev B
B Tyler of Denver Rev Lewis S
Hall of St Paul W O Atwood or Bal
timore and Rev W I Chamberlain
former president or the Christian En
deavor Societies or India Burmah and
Ceylon
Denominational rallies occupied the
afternoon Extraorldanry Interest is
manifested In the auditorium meeting
tonight owing to the fact that Vice
President Charles W Fairbanks will
head the list of speakers
HATTIESBURG CHAUTAUQUA
Assembly Opened Under Conditions
That Promise Well for Success
Special to tho Herald
Hattlcsburg Miss July 12 A
Chauattintia assembly for which prep
arations have been making for some
time under the direction or faculty
members or tho South Mississippi Col
lege opened today under conditions
that promise well for the success of
the venture The program extends
over twelve days anil provides for
numerous features of Interest In ad
dition to several noted lecturers and
entertainers the speakers wilt Include
a number of the candidates for stnte
offices
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FEW DAYS LONGER
At Leyhe Piano Companys Great
Emergency Sale of Fine Pianos
at Nearly Half Price
10 BOW BALANCE EASY TERMS
WiWe
We were expecting to have to get
out today but the landlord learn
ing that the parties who have
rented our stora could not be
here for a few days and that tho
carpenter work preparing the
room and enlarging the show
windows would be delayed grant
ed us a few days longer to re
main at our old headquarters
228 Oak street so we are pro
longing this great sacrifice sale
a row days longer
PIANOS GOING FAST
Yesterday we sold pianos to par
tics living in Jacksonville and
Grapeland and two went to par
ties living in the city
We know now that we can clear
out all the stock before the 15th
whan we must move We know
this by the way the pianos have
been taken in the past rew days
Tills pleases us very much not
withstanding practically all the
pianos are going at a sacriHce on
post but the location and kind or
a store room we want is impos
sible to get right now and we
prcfor to clos3 out all these fine
pianos even at a sacrifice rather
than put any of them out in a
storage house and open our new
store with a complete new stock
BEST BARGAINS AWAIT YOU
Many or the best makes and
Finest styles or pianos are still
on hand for your choosing Youll
never find a better time nor will
you ever find a money saving op
portunity equal to tills
If we could stay In this store
room 6 to 10 days longer we
know we could close out every
piano and player piano we have
at these great cut prices we are
offoring and not have to store a
siagio instrument
But if the pianos should be taken
TODAY AND TOMORROW
like they have been in the past
two days well sell off the stock
before Saturday night of tnis
week
So come and select your piano
today while you can save 150 to
250 Store open evenings until
10
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serves all meals at city prices In
Palatial Dining and Cafo Cars main
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Vacationists every
summer for which
theres much
reason
THE FUN THAT WILL BE MISSED
will be nothing compared to the dis
comforts you will experience when
hot weather comes and finds you
without a porcelain enamelled tub
and sanitary fittings in your bath
room Out with the old and in with
the new An order left with Fenton
Burns will do the business and
you will be surprised at the low cost
of it all
FENTON BURNS
708 Spring St Plumbing and Tinning Phone 158
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FlnoOId Blackberry Wine best tn the market Thosowines
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ery respect Jues f > ind and wines dellTered to any part cf
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