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Palestine daily herald. [volume] (Palestine, Tex.) 1902-1949, January 21, 1910, Image 1

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VOL VIII NO 144
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rUU LIKE OF PLOWS AND REPAIRS IN BTOCK AND FOR BALK BY
Palestine Hdwe Co Palestine Texas
BE SURE YOURE RIGHT
That is good advice all the lime 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
The same thing in Fire Insurance
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Office Robinson Bros Bank Ilione 103
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Baked Beans with tomato sauce
Peanut Butter
J S TEMPLE
THE GROCER
LES STOLE II
At Gibson La and Carried It Away
Lodged In Tree Where It
Died From Exposure
Herald Special
Gibson La Jan 21 Two giant
eagles stole Rena Tliebedeaux a two
months old baby from her cradle
standing near the open door of her
parents home and carried her to their
nest in a big tree An alarm was
raised and two hundred men from a
nearby sugar mill went to the rescue
of the baby Several of the rescue
party attempted to climb the tree but
each time were driven back by the
eagles The birds becoming angered
finally attacked the crowd and several
were badly injured Sharp shooters
finally succeeded in killing the eagles
with rifles but when rescued the baby
was dead from exposure
And Many Passengers Injured This
Morning In Wreck on the C M
St P Railroad
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Herald Special 1
Dubuque Iowa Jan 21 An un
known tramp was killed several pas
sengers were injured and a number
of horses were killed in a wreck on
the C M St P railroad today The
wrecked train was passenger train No
8 and the accident occurred here in
the yards An express car loaded
with several valuable draft horses
jumped the track and wrecked the en
the train The tramp was on the
blind baggage and was instantly
killed
JAPAN ALSO DECLINES
To Accept Knoxs Plan to Neutralize
the Manchurian Railway to In
sure Open Door i
Herald Special
Tokio Japan Jan 21 The Japa
nese government today handed Ameri
can Ambassador OBrien an informal
reply refusing to accept the plan of
Secretary of State Knox to neutralize
the Manuchurian railway on the
pounds that the plan is impractical
The Knox plan provided that a syndi
cate of American and European offi
cials take over the Manchurian rail
ways now held by Japan thus insur
ing an open door in Manchuria to
all nations
MEAT STRIKE ON
St Louis Men Will Abstain From Eat
ing Meat While High Prices Last
St Louis Mo Jan 20 The meat
strike started as alabor union move
ment is being rapidly taken up among
office men and all kinds of salaried
workers of St Louis and the predic
tion is made that within a week one
half of the citys population will have
joined the movement which calls for
total abstinence from meat as a means
of smashing the tiust prices F S
Detrich a city employe is organizing
he six hundred men into a consum
ers trust The Central Trades and
Labor Unions executive committee
will hold a special meeting tomorrow
to act on the matter
OFFICERS ANNOONGEO
United Mine Workers Elect Officers
For the Year Lewis Is Made
President Again
Herald Special
Indianapolis Ind Jan 21 The
tellers today reported the election of
officers for the United Mine Workers
for the year beginning April 1910
The following were elected
President T L Lewis of Bridge
port Ohio
Vice President Frank J Hayes of
Springfield 111
SecretaryTreasurer Edwin Perry of
Oskaloosa Iowa
Delegates to the American Federa
tion of Labor John Mitchell T L
Lewis Edwin Perry Frank J Hayes
Conference Will Be Held
Herald Special
Indianapolis Ind Jan 21 Presi
dent Lewis today appointed a com
mittee with himself as chairman to
confer with the delegates of the
Western Federation of Miners to bring
about a working agreement or the
amalgamation of the two unions
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PALESTINE TEXAS FRIDAY ATTERNOON JANUARY 21 1910
Herald Store Ads Are About the Best Mews In the Paper To Those
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Woiljd Form Aero Squad In Estradas
Nicaraguan Army Money Is
Not Paid Over Yet
Herald Special
N wOrleans La Jan 21 Whether
an aeroplane will drop bombs among
the ijbarefoot soldiers of Madrizs army
in Nicaragua will depend upon the
decision of Aviators H H McGill and
Henry D Pruden of Dayton Ohio who
learned today that they coultf collect
2500 advance money on their 20
UOOfcontract with General Estrada of
the revolutionary forces McGill and
Pruden brought their airship here and
showed telegrams to prove that they
had a contract with Estrada to be
come the aero squad of his army
The telegrams showed today agreed
that the aviators were to be paid 2
500 in advance on their contract The
telegrams were presented at the Es
trada consulate but with polite pro
testation the money was not forth
coming The aviators x may turn the
prow of their air craft back toward
Dayton and sail back home because
the money was not handed over
Pruden startled the country some
tim evago by going to Indianapolis arid
buying a balloon and trying to ride
home in it despite the fact that he
hadtnever been aloft before
Steps Taken to Control the Supply of
Bituminous Coal of the Country
Options Taken
Herald Special
Charleston W Va Jan 21 As
part of the first steps toward perfect
ing the alleged plans of the Guggen
helms to form a combination of the
bituminous coal interests of West
Virginia Western Maryland Western
Pennsylvania and Kentucky represent
ing a capital of a hundred million dol
iji ind controlling fifty per centof
theisoft coal supply of those districts
options are being taken in the New
River district in this state There
are two hundred thousand acres of
coal lands in this district of which
options have been taken on over one
hundred and fifty thousand acres and
the price fixed at thirtythree mil
lion dollars This proposed combina
tion would give the Guggenheims con
trol of seventyfive per cent of the
bituminous coal of the country
Killed By Mule
Johnson City Texas Jan 20 Early
this morning Ollie Holden about 18
years old was killed by a mule It is
supposed he approached the mule
without warning and the animal in its
fright knocked him against the stable
breaking his neck
Aviator Ollie Slagers Was Injured By
His Aeroplane Catching Fire
While In Flight
Herald Special
Oran Algeria Jan 21 Ollie Slag
ers the French aviator had a spectac
ular escape from death in his aero
plane today While at a great heighth
the aeroplane caught fire from the
motor and the canvas planes began
burning fiercely Slagers began a
rapid descent hoping to reach the
earth before the machine collapsed
but when within about thirty feet of
the giuund lie was forced to jump
He was painfully injured and badly
shaken up generally but it is not be
lieved his Injuries will prove very se
rious The machine is a total wreck
This is the first accident of this char
acter reported in airship flights
GREEKS TO BE DEPORTED
Two Hundred Young Greeks Being
Collected In Texas For Deporta
tion Arrests Likely
Herald Special
Galveston Texas Jan21 Two hun
dred Greek boys ranging in age from
nine to fifteen years are being
brought from a dozen cities in Texas
to be deported The immigration of
ficials allege that the boys were
brought here in violation of the alien
contract labor law and child labor act
Peonage charges will likely be brought
against those charged with importing
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