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Palestine daily herald. [volume] (Palestine, Tex.) 1902-1949, January 11, 1910, Image 1

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That is good advice all the time It is especially good in buying
Real Estate 1 have been selling East Texas property for years
and I am still here and selling more and more all the time My
customers of the past are my friends of today Enough said
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PSYCHIC EXPERT SHOOTS
Himself Jesse H Tourville Well
Known In Psychic Circles Will
Probably Die
Herald Special
St Louis Mo Jan 11 Jesse H
Tourville the well known psychic
expert who recently proposed a plan
for dispelling the fogs in London and
who also claimed to have recently in
vented a storage battery of unusual
power shot himself on a corner in
the downtown district today The
shot ranged through his stomach and
the physicians think he will die Tour
ville has had a varied career Re
cently he has been lodging in his
brothers book store where he worked
as a salesman Financial difficulties
and separation from his wife are be
lieved to have led to the effoit to
tak his life The man believed that
some strange psychic force created
strife between himself and wife and
prevented his obtaining employment
His friends who believed in the un
natural credited him with unusual
powers He recently told the police
that large eastern influences were
working against the commerce of St
Louis and also that he thought he
saw the man here who was the center
of the plot
WILL BUY WHOLESALE
LaCrosse Wis Central Trades and
Labor Council Go Into Market
to Buy Supplies
Herald Special
LaCrosse Wis Jan 11 To re
lieve the laborers from the high cost
of living the Central Trades and
Labor Council of this city has just
bought a car load of flour to sell to
the members of the council at whole
sale cost at a price that saves fif
teen cents on the sack The oouncil
announces that it will buy other ne
cessities at wholesale and distribute
them on the same plan The council
is also planning to establish a co
operative bakery
Private ONeil Guilty
Herald SpeclaJ1
Kansas City Jan 11 Private
Charles ONeil of the Fourteenth in
fantry was sentenced by the federal
court here today to hang for the mur
der of Minnie Scharbera a French
maid employed by a Fort Leavenworth
officer July 20 ONeil shot the girl
because of jealousy
NE MAN IS KILLED
And Number Were Injured When a
Chicago Sidewalk Caved In on
State Street
Herald Special
Chicago Jan 11 A sidewalk on
State street near the Boston store
caved in at noon today and one man
was killed and a number of people
were injured Some thirty people
went down with the sidewalk The
dead man is Frenchy Pinard who was
working under the sidewalk when it
caved in and was struck by a piece
of flagstone Three women and one
man are leported by the police to be
seriously injured
FOUR MEN HURT
In Wreck on the Fort Worth and Den
ver Railroad Sunday Night
Amarillo Texas Jan 10 Four
men were injured when the Fort
Worth and Denver crack passenger
train No 8 was wrecked four miles
south of heie last night The engine
tank leaped the track and went into
the ditch carrying four cars with 11
That there was not gieat loss of life
surprises the railroad officials as the
train was running thirty miles an
hour at the time and there was no
warning
The injured R C Brownlec Wells
Fargo Co Express messenger Fort
Woilh O S Whitehurst Amarillo
W J Hamilton Amarillo Fan
cer Snyder Okla
All wore taken to Amarillo where
they were given medical attention
The Servant in the House troupe
was aboard and thp actors were se
verely shaken and a few had slight
injuries
The smoker and chair car were bad
ly damaged It is believed a defective
engine wheel was the cause A track
was built around the wreck and thU
morning train service was resumed
K
NE DAILY HE
With Her Father to Philadelphia
Ran Away With a Restaurant
Waiter Some Days Ago
Herald Special
Chicago Jan 11 De tectives from
Philadelphia will arrive here tonight
to take Roberta deJanon the young
heiress who ran away with a restau
rant iwaiter back to her home It is
expected the gills father will arrive
withthe officers Cohen may be de
tained here instead of being returned
to Philadelphia if he so requests The
localofficers have lodged no charges
against the couple and it is said they
will not do so unless requested by the
Philadelphia police or the girls
father Cohen is a waiter and for
merly worked in a San Antonio restau
rant He is a married man and left
his wife and children in Philadelphia
whilehe eloped with the sixteenyear
old deJanon girl
The deJanon gjrl told Inspector
Wheeler her story today of her trav
els with Cohen which she prefaced
with this declaration I have won
my point anyway even though I had
to leave home to do it I want to be
free > now The girl tearfully said
thatthe lack of companionship of
people of her own age and with re
strictions around her until she felt
like jx prisoner caused her to run
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Wants Him Punished
1 Herald Special
Philadelphia Pa Jan 11 Detec
tives with warrants charging abduc
tion have gone to Chicago to get Fred
Cohen The girls grandfather is very
bitter toward the waiter and says he
must suffer for what he has done
Cohens wife Is critically ill She
blames the girl and says she cannot
talk about taking her husband back
until she has seen and talked to him
Aviator Williard Says He Covered
Mile and Six Hundred and Eighty
Yards In Shortest Time
Herald Special
Los Angeles Cal Jan 11 The
feature of todays aviation program
was the speed races by Curtiss Paul
ham Masson Miscarol Hamilton and
Williard The climatic conditions
were ideal today for the tests Paul
ham has high hopes of establishing a
new heighth record believing that he
will be able to ascend possibly four
thousand feet Wilnards friends claim
he made a mile and six hundred and
eighty yards in one minute and twen
tythree seconds which is a new
worlds record But the experts who
watched the flight say he covered
only one mile and the record claimed
will probably not be allowed
H McK Twombley Dead
Herald Special
New York Jan 11 H McK Twom
bley capitalist and railroad magnate
died today at his country home at
Madison N J after a lengthy ill
ness His death was due directly to
heart failure A widow who is the
daughter of W H Vanderbilt and
two daughters survive him
BOSTON VOTERS III RIOT
Cultured Center Gets Excited Over
City Election and Heads Are
Broken In Riot
Herald Soeclal
Boston Mass Jan 11 Soon after
the polling booths for Bostons city
election opened this morning a riot
broke out at the polls in the eighth
ward and an inspector was severely
bsatcn by the rioters The police
were hurriendly called to the scene
to quell the riot The news of the
trouble spread over the city and
caused added excitement at all of the
polling places
Woman Suspect Arrested
Herald Special
New Orleans La Jan 11 Bffie
Salisberry was arrested here today 33
she was leaving a train charged with
connection with the death of W H
Helm a Terre Haute Ind jeweler
She promptly denied any knowledgj
of the death
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