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Palestine daily herald. [volume] (Palestine, Tex.) 1902-1949, February 22, 1910, Image 1

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And with total resources of more than
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TALK ON
FERTILIZERS
In theuse of Fertilizers great care
should be taken to select the kind
prepared specially for the crops you
want to grow The Fertilizer that
we are handling is made for us ac
cording to the formulas that we
know from actual experience are
best The Potato and Truck Fer
tilizer contains 8 per cent acid phos
Lgl3Ji 3 lucent amonia and 4 per
potifh The Cotton Corn and
Cane Fertilizer contains 10 per cent
acid phosphate 3 per cent amonia
and i4 per cent potash Let us
tell you all about it before you
buy or plant
PALESTINE
Hardware Co
BE SURE YOURE RIGHT
That isgood advice all the time It is especially good in buying
Real pstate 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
1 rewrite policies year after year
P H HUGHES
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Office Robinson Bros Bank Phone
kHERE are only two roads to take
Some enter into competition with Tom Dick and Harry
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GENERAL STRIKE CULLED
Of Union Forces In Philadelphia Says
President Murphy of Central
Council But No Strike
Herald Speclall
Philadelphia Pa Feb 22 Al
though President John J Murphy of
the Central Labor Union declared this
morning thai he had called a general
strike of all the thousands of union
emplojes in the city no such action
has been officially taken and the
cooler headed leaders of the union
forces say no such action will be
taken Murphy made his statement
about a geneial strike after the ar
rest and impiisonment of C O Pratt
leader of the striking car men and
who was today held on a 2000 bail
charged with inciting a riot and re
volt Very few cars are being run
today and from four to six policemen
are on each car sent out The strikers
are selling newspapers on the streets
and seem to be faring well Officials
of the ti action company again today
declared that they will offer or ac
cept no compromise in the premises
but will fight to the end and are
confident of the outcome
A company of state fencibles called
out for police duty fixed bayonets and
charged a large crowd of rioters at
the Baldwin Locomotive Works five
blocks from the city hall this after
noon The mob which ha1 been ston
ing cars bioke and fled before the
advance of the soldiers
CHARLES MEETS KAISER
Fairbanks Was Presented to the Kaj
ser Today Will Attend Ameri
can Colony Banquet Tonight
Herald Special
Berlin Feb 22 Charles W Fair
banks former vice president ot the
United States who is touring the old
world was received in audience b
the kaiser today Ambassador Hlft
presented the visitorto ifreJaJes8
Fairbanks will be the guest of honor
at the Washington dinner o the
American colony here tonight
NEGOTIATIONS ARE OEF
Between Officials of the Baltimore
Ohio and the Trainmen and
Conductors
Herald Special
Baltimore Md Feb 22 Negotia
tions between the officials of the Bal
timore Ohio railroad and the train
men and conductors of the system on
a new wage scale have been broken
off The trainmen will iov take a
referendum te on the question of a
strike against the road
WAGNER WILL INVESTIGATE
Complaints That Labor Agencies Are
Misrepresenting Wages Paid
Austin Texas Feb 21 H G
Wagner deputy state labor commis
sioner went to Baitlett on thenoon
train to investigate the condition of
men emplojed on the BartlettFlor
ence railroad under construction from
Bartlett to Floience Williamson
county Representations have been
made to the depaitment of fabor that
employes have been imposed upon by
certain employment agencies
Accoiding to the complaints lodged
with the depaitment of labor the men
aie reci uited in < a North Texas city
and told that the standaid pay ot 250
and 00 per day would be paid for
experienced hiidge men but when
tliej airie at Baitlett they are put to
work without being told what their
wages will be As most of them spent
their last dollar to got to this work
they aie not particular and not sus
picions When the week Is ended
however say the lepoits the men find
that they are paid 1 75 per day and
out of it comes their lailroad fare and
lioaid with the lesult that they ar
almost in debt to the concern or pep
son who paid them
This lesults in their leaving and an
endless chain of iaboieis being sent
to the railroad work fiom the employ
ment agencies in question
Mr Wagner will also investigate
the possible existence of conspiracy
between the employment bureaus and
others who arc responsible for the
men and their work If conditions are
found as reported piosecutioiis will
follow
Richardsons Wood Saw Phone 900
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PALESTINE DJHLY
VOL VIII NO 171
fljl6 HIGHWAYMEN
XwojjVlen Robbed Cafe Cashier In the
Heart of St Paul This Morn
ing and Got Away
a Herald Special
jstjpaul Minn Feb 22 Stanley
Colbypn cashier of the Calings Up
tQwrPCafe was held in the restau
up
rantlthis morning by two robbers
whwrobbed the cash drawer of 300
andjjmade their escape in the crowd
Aanhe men left the cafe they shot at
thejnegro doortender and fired seven
shots1 at men on the street who tried
itojpjdetain them The cashier was
heldjup at the point of a revolver
whHe the cash drawer was plundered
TnMJmen had evidently hung around
thefcafe watching the patrons pay
Iheiij bills until they thought enough
haabeen taken In to justify the at
tempt at robbery
1
the Next Outbreak Against the
Jegro at Cairo Is the Statement
of One of the Leaders
Herald Special
Cairo 111 Feb 22 That night
riders from Kentucky and Missouri
wlljbe called in to lead the next mob
tbanattempts to lynch the next negro
arrested in Cairo for committing
crime was the statement made today
bjya man who Is known to have been
one of the leaders in the two last out
bfeaks Though cowed by the pres
ence of the militia the mob spirit is
still evident here The men who are
said to be leaders in the movement
declare they are fighting for a prin
ciple and are only waiting for an op
portune time to strike at The negroes
asTa class
CAMPBELL VISITED THE PEN
ntsville and Talked With Cory
vists Inspected Iruliistiies
Texas Feb
21 Gover
nor Campbell was among the visitors
to arrive today for the corner stone
laying of the agricultural building of
the Sam Houston Normal Institute
which takes place tomorrow The
governor made the trip via Palestine
arriving in Huntsville at noon He
spent the afternoon at the Huntsville
penitentiary visiting the various in
dustries and making an inspection of
physical properties of the institution
Later in the afternoon a great many
convicts were given an audience but
it is safe to say that only a small per
cent of those desiring to talk with
him had xan opportunity to do so It
would consume two or three days of
time to hear them all
There was a joint entertainment by
the societies of the Sam Houston Nor
mal Institute tonight and the subject
for discussion was the division of
Texas into four parts but the trip
from Austin here and the afternoon
within the walls had proven too stren
lious for the governor and he begged
to be excused desiring to lest and
be the better fitted for an inspection
of the normal and the speechmaking
that follows the laying of the coiner
stone
TEXAS NEWS NOTES
Governor Campbell visited
prison at Huntsville Monday
talked with many convicts
The state labor commissioner
Investigate the complaints that
tain labor agencies aie misrepresent
ing wages paid in railroad construc
tion work
Geneial John A Hiilen has been ap
pointed geneial freight agent of the
Tiinity Brazos Valley
Announcement was made at the
Methodibt laymens meeting at Dallas
concerning the plans for a memorial
chinch at Washington D C
Texas through 1 all road fates may
be raised on account of the Oklahoma
action
John W Gates in Port Atthur says
he will not be in the race for gover
nor
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Killed In a Storm
San Augustine Teas Feb 21
Jack Estes of Neuvllle was killed by
a cjclone last night His wife and
daughter were injmed and his house
blown down Several other small
houses were wiecked
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