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Palestine daily herald. [volume] (Palestine, Tex.) 1902-1949, May 23, 1910, Image 1

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PALES
VIII NO 248
THE
Royall National Bank
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ROYALL LOAN AND
i INVESTMENT CO
J JWith a combined capital and surplus of
30000000
And with total resources of more than
75000000
Offers to patrons all the accommodations
consistent with safe and prudent banking
a
Cookerette
W DA YS
FREE TRIAL
QbJigation < tOvbuvafter o
pleased Boils Stews
Bakes Ham Beef Chicken
Rice Potatoes Beans
Peas Onions Without Fire
195 395 595
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 arid 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
I rewrite policies year after year
P H HUGHES
Real Estate and Insurance can help you to profitable Investments
Office Robinson Bros Bank Phone 103
We Are Carrying
the finest line of Fruit Jams Jellies Marmalades
and Preserves ever carried in Palestine They are
just like the homemade kinds in purity and flavor
and we can heartily recommend them to you Or
der today a jar of our Red Raspberry preserves
Orange Marmalade and make a personal test
I know you will be well pleased
TEMPLE
The Grocer
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Palestine Hardware
Company
FORMER SUGAR TRUST EMPLOYE
PARDONED BY THE PRESIDENT
MAKES FULL CONFESSION OF
SUGAR SWINDLE IN WEIGHING
Herald Special
New York May 23 Oliver Spltzer
convicted last winter of conspiracy to
defraud the government and sentenced
to two years in the Atlanta federal
prison was called as a witness today
against Charles R Heike a code
fendant on trial here in the sugar
cases After taking the witness stand
and being sworn Spitzer pulled a
paper from his pocket and said I
have been pardoned by President Taft
and have come here to tell the entire
truth regarding the sugar frauds He
said he had been employed by the
American Sugar Refining company for
twentynine years twentyfive years
of which time he was dock superin
tendent at Williamsburg The pardon
was dated May 19th and was an un
conditional pardon Spitzer made a
complete confession > f his part in vthe
sugar frauds which was contrary to
his former testimony He swore that
as far back as 1895 he used devices
by which sugar was underweighed He
said various contrivances were used
to keep the weights down and after
the scales were ordered boarded up
the checkers were supplied withtwo
sets of steel springs with which they
could manipulate the scale beams HeJ
told of arranging a signal system
warn the checkers when the gov
ment inspectors were about He
that after the springs w rej scny <
lie dischargedihlmsellU ana
pay them wages until they vrc
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he was the man who bored holes In
the scales through iwhich the springs
were manipulated and by which de
vice the government was defrauded of
2000000 in duties on imports by the
trust He said the Wall Street office
of the trust did not use the govern
ment weights for any calculations
HE IS PLAYING FOR TIME
Estrada Prolonging His Hostilities
Until Such Time as ttCe United
States Will Intervene
Herald Special
Bluenelds Nicaragua May 23 The
leading political advisers of Provis
ional President Estrada admitted to
day that the sole object of Estradas
prolongation of the war was In the
hope that the United States would in
tervene They admit that Estrada
realizes that he can never crush the
government but believes he can keep
up hostilities until the United States
will step in and interfere pending the
selection of a new president for Nic
aragua
I
Son of Millionaire Sneil Who Was
Mysteriously Murdered Was
Found Dead Today
Herald Special
Chicago May 23 Albert J Snell
a son of Amos J Snell the millionaire
who was mysteriously murdered In
1S88 and a brother to Mrs Grace
Snell Coffin Coffin Walker Coffln
LaymanLove known as the most
married and divorced woman in the
United States was found dead In a
cheap rooming house here today The
police have been unable to arrive at
the cause of his death
KIDNAPER DETECTIVE
Convicted of Kidnaping Marian Bleak
ley the Incubator Baby
Herald Special
Kansas City Mo May 23 F II
Tillotson the Kansas City detective
convicted of kidnaping Marian Bleak
ley the incubator baby was today
given an indeterminate sentence of
from one to five > ears In the peniten
tiary Tillotson will carry his case to
the supreme court
E D ILY H
PALESTINE TEXAS MONDAY AFTERNOON MAY 23 1910
CHICAGO RAILWAY COMPANY UN
AEXPECTEDLY THROWN INTO
3THE HANDS OF A RECEIVER
Jlast
ffODAY UNABLE TO PAY
Herald Special 1
Chicago May 23 The Chicago
Railway company was unexpectedly
ttirwn into the hands of a receiver
todfay The traction company owes the
Westinghouse Electrical Manufactur
fngfeompany C9000 which it is unable
toSpay on account of judgments
against It aggregating 1300000 out
suding
lESSEWuTDUEL
fsr cf the Aeronaut Fought a Duel
Ith Count Poligny and Was
Seriously Wounded
if
Herald Special
Iris May 23 Lieutenant Ismael
esseps uncle of Count Jacques De
aps who crossed the English
lei in an aeroplane was serious
wbunded in a pistol duel with
liini Poligny to day The two men
reeled over a woman and met to
lie their differences < sTwo other
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Bis1 are also reported but were
p dless
IRPLAuBON TRIAL
Herald Special
Mays Landing N J May 23 Wil
liam Seyler charged with the murder
of JaneAdams his alleged sweetheart
at the Atlantic City pier on February
4th was placed on trial here today
Special trains brought spectators here
to witness the trial The evidence
against Seyler is principally circum
stantlal and the efforts of the police
to force the accused to make a con
fession resulted in an order to investi
gate the Third Degree methods of
the police The girls body was found
frozen in the breakers February 13th
Seylervalthough a married man had
shown the girl marked attention and
thj girls mother had forbidden him
fuither attentions to her daughter
On the night of her disappearance
Jliss Adams attended a dance and
dujing the evening went out on the
pi with Seyler Wounds found on
the girls body showed evidence of a
struggle
ARE OFFICIAL RUFFIANS
Complainants File This Charge
Against Oregon Forest Rangers
Herald Special
Washington D C May 23
Through publication today of the
lirinted report of the last session of
tbe BallingerPinchot investigation
several score of letters and complaints
received by the committee since Jan
uary first against the forestry service
wire made public One complainant re
ferred to the forest rangers of Oregon
as a set of official ruffians and an
other called them a curse to the
country
TEXAS NEWS NOTES
R II Baker of Austin bought the
option on the Texas Central
Sojr Lake oil field sustained 150
000 storm damage
The storm damage In the viclnltj
of Normangee will amount to 2000
On hundred thousand dollars worth
of j cotton is reported destroyed b >
th storm of Sunday
Educational institutions a Austin
will close early in June
A disastrous fire isited Texarkana
Sunday morning
Tho last day for filing political ap
plications is drawing near
r We1 pay the big price for second
hand furniture Dobbs Furniture
Company
48tt
15 CTS A WEEK
Keep Step With the Citys Progress By Keeping Up With the Heralds Advertisers
EVERYTHING MAN WEARS
FROM THE HEAD DOWN
Hats
Collars
Neckties 25c 50c 75c
50c 100 150
our strong point 1000 to 2250
25c a garment to 200 a suit
The best 25c and 50c
200 250 350 to 500
Shirts
Suits
Underwear
Hosiery
Shoes
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150 2oo 250 to 500
A Quarter for 1wo
Wm B Flanagan
Tho Loading Clothlor and Furnlshor
The Last
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Great Day of
HOOSIER Club
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MONDA
A few memberships may still be
accepted from ladies seeking the
easy way to easy work
the
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Swann Furniture tt Carpet Co j
YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD
WALL PAPER
This ideal spring weather prompts
us to remind you of those rooms
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ou have postponed decorating so
ong
Our stock is complete in every de
tail filled with all the 1910 seasons
latest offerings in High Art wall
coverings
Come and let us talk wall papei to
you
THE
Bntefptise
The Exclusive Wall
Paper House
AVING removed our Tailor Shop up
stairs over our store into larger quar
ters enables us to do more and better
work in the future
The shop is in charge of a skilled tailor who
personally examines all work before delivery
is made insuring a good job
We Make a Specialty of Cleaning
Pressing and Alferating
Clothes
AND GUARANTEE SATISFACTION
Our prices are as low as good work
manship will allow
WRIGHT CO
MENS OUIfFITTERS
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