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Palestine daily herald. [volume] (Palestine, Tex.) 1902-1949, January 26, 1910, Image 1

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VOL VIII NO 148
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BE SURE YOURE RIGHT
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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THE GROC Tfla
DAILY
PALESTINE TEXAS WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON JANUARY 26 1910
Federal Grand Jury Begins Earnest
Probe Into the Packing Industry
of the Country
Herald Special
Chicago Jan 2C Inquiry by the
federal grand jury into the packing
industry of the
District Attorney Sims No promi
nent officials of the packeries were
called as the government wishes to
be careful that none of the men
higher up are provided with immu
nity baths SecretaryTreasurer Snow
of the National Packing company was
the first witness to appear in Uhe
building He was called into the grand
jury loom shortly after noon
HUES WILL BE OPENED
Cherry Mines Will Be Reopened and
Efforts Made to Recover Bodies
of Dead Miners
Herald Special
Chicago Jan 20 Following the ap
propriation of one hundred thousand
dollars for the widows and orphans of
the Cherry mine disaster victims by
the house committee it was announced
today that the sealed mines will be
opened Monday to allow the recovery
of the two hundred and ten bodies re
maining in the underground levels of
the mines as a result of the holocaust
of several months ago It is hardly
likely that any of the bodies removed
from the lower veins will he identified
Repudiated Confession
Herald Special
Rochester N Y Jan 20 James
Hall reputed inurdeier of Anna Schu
macher lepudiated his confession
hen taken to the Holy Sepulchre
cemetery today
GOVERNMENTONGOTTON
Special Report Issued Today Locates
Present Cotton Crop Some In
teresting Figures
Heiuld Special
Washington D C Jan 2C The
special cotton report of the census
bureau issued today estimates the to
tal supply foi the four months ending
December lst at 10791 151 hales as
follows Held September 1st 1183585
bales Ginned dining the four months
period > 2U50S5 hales Net imports
JS78I bales distribution 1747244
consumed 3771711 exported 1597
187 held in mills 5IS702 held In In
dependent warehouses and other
stocks 1123007
lizzards Floods and Hurricanes Extend From Brit
ish Isles to Italy Russia and to Gibraltar
> Herald Special
London Jan 20 Practically all of
western Europe is today in the grip of
severe storms with blizzards hurri
canes and floods that will cost the loss
of many lives and thousands upon
thousands of dollars in property The
storms extend from the British Isles
to Italy and Russia and to Gibraltar
Ships are repoited wrecked along all
coasts and many railiods are crio
pled
Condition InParis
Hernia Special
Paris Jan 2G A heavy snow is
falling but being warmer it is melt
ing as it falls The weather bureau
iffers no lelief in the situation It is
estimated today tlhit 200000 Paris
mines are flooded and all of the fac
tories located along the banks of the
3oine have been closed down throw
ing fifty thousand people out of em
ployment The government today he
jan making lequisitions upon all va
cant houses in the city for the purpose
of sheltering the homeless Robert
Bacon the American ambassador re
fuses to leave his home notwithstand
ing that the lower part of the build
ing is five feet in water Water fills
the basement and the lighting and
heating plants have been put out of
commission Even the house has lost
its telephone connection with the out
side All of the neighbors of the am
bassador are vacating their homes
Almost the entire standing army has
been mobolized to fight Ihe raging
floods and in rescuing the inhabitants
of the inundated sections of the city
A new danger arose today in the
encroachment of the water on the
citys gas plant in the Granelle quar
ter in West Paris v Almost the entire
city uses gas from this plant for light
ing and cooking Water is now two
feet deep in the basement of the city
hall One hundred and twenty ma
rines ami eighty auto boats under the
command of naval officers arrived
Mere today to assist in the relief work
LOSE THEIR LIVES
In a Chicago Caisson Today Two
Were Overcome and Others
Went to Rescue
Herald Special
Chicago Jan 20 At the bottom of
ajcaisson ninety feet belov the sur
countryshasbeguiiiir fei e two men f were asphyxiatedjearly
earnest1 Thirty witnesses air rV J andJwo others were overcpme
ployes of the various packing comj in efforts to rescue the first two and
nanies in Chicago appeared in the are in a critical condition Peter Con
federal building this noon in response j roy and James Welch are dead and
to subpoenas issued by United States
Harry OBrien and George Onroy fire
men may die Conroy went to the
bottom of the caisson in a bucket and
fell from it and Welch went down to
investigate and also fell The fire de
partment was summoned and two of
the firemen were injured t
INDICTMENTS WERE QUASHED
Against New York Publishers as to
e Criminal Libel
Herald Special
New York Jan 20 Judge Hough
today ordered quashed the indict
ments charging criminal libel against
the Publishers Press company pub
lishers of tlfe New York World which
Indictments were the outgrowth of its
publication of charges reflecting on a
number of persons in connection with
the Panama Canal purchase
Joint Committee of Congress Begins
Threshing the BallingerPinchot
Controversy
Herald Special
Washington D C Jan 20 The ad
ministration probe into the Ballinger
Pinchot controversy began today with
a meeting of the joint committee from
the senate and house and the taking
of testimony has begun The inveti
gation piomises to be the biggest over
hauling of government affairs since
the famous postoffice scandal of seven
years ago Glavis was summoned to
day as the first witness but all par
ties concerned will be heard before
the investigation closes At least a
part of the committee will make a
trip west and to Alaska The hearing
room in the senate office building was
packed long before the committee got
down to business today
THREE TEXAS PLUMS
Shaken Down By President Today In
Nominations Sent to the Senate
Herald Special
Washington D C Jan 20 Presi
dent Taft today sent the following
nominations to the senate
Collectors of customs James J
Haynes district of Corpus Christi
Texas Robert Dower distript of Fal
fmrias Texas Francis Lee district
of Galveston Texas
Richardsons Wood Saw Phone 900
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