OCR Interpretation


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

Image and text provided by University of North Texas; Denton, TX

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn86090383/1910-10-11/ed-1/seq-1/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for

e
<
j
k
SILVERWARE
Given Away Free
PALESTINE
Ve have secured the jobbing agency for the
United Silver Companys table ware
They have authorized us to give away
free of Charge
With every ioo purchase of their silverware
another ioo wort tr of silverware
your choice free
We Guarantee This Silverware to be A A A Plate
e atislactegKJSgeagJFor25 eaFS
i set six Waldorf Pattern A A A teaspoons
2 oo with another 200 worth of any other
article free No matter what silver you buy
we will give you free an equal amount As
this offer is made only for a limited time take
advantage of it at once as an opportunity to
furnish your table may only come once in a
lifetime
See Our Window Display of This
Magnificent Line
These goods are not made by a trust
No Hail Order Catalogue House or Depart
ment Store Can Equal This Offer
Palestine Hardware Co
A FIRE ALARM TURNED IN
Often calls to mind to many people the fact that they are not
insured as they should be But it is too late to take out insur
ance if the fire happens to be burning your property The time
to insure is now I can write you a policy now that will give
you the protection you need and should have And I can also
help you to secure a home or a piece of business property If
you want any advice about real estate let me talk with you 1
have many good things on hand and can help you make selection
P H HUGHES
Real Estate and Flre Insurance
Office Robinson Bros IBank Phonei03
Fresh Today
Shell Nuts
Candied Cherries
Candied Pineapple
Maraschino Cherries
Honey in glasses
Jellies
Jams
Mincemeat in bulk
Nice large fat mackeral
Boneless Cod Fsah
Imported Sardines in oil
Russian Cavia
Evaporated Cherries
Evaporated Apples
Nice Prunes
Raisins
Figs
Cranberries
SEE
TEMPLE
Dealer In Everything Good to Eat
ft M i < t r
Result of Forest Fires
Oct 10 1910 Estimated dead 1000
to 2000 missing more than 2000
homeless 6000 all destitute Towns
destroyed Beaudette Spooner Cedar
Spur Graceton Jltt Swift and Roose
velt Minn Loss unestlmated mil
lions
SUIT TO DISSOLVE STANDARD
OIL AND TOBACCO TRUST TO
BE ARGUED IN U S SUPREME
COURT ON JANUARY THIRD
Washington D C Oct 11 On mo
tion of Attorney General Wickersham
today the government suit to dissblve
the Standard Oil company and the
tobacco trust were reassigned in the
United States supreme court for a
hearing on January third
The corporation tax cases were set
for hearing following the tobacco
cases
Fires Under Control
Rainy River Minn > Oct 11 The
forest fires were practically under
control in this section at noon toflay
The known dead in this territory are
one hundred and fifty and the prop
erty loss will be great Thousands of
people are rendered homeless
l
THE UNION REVIVAL
Rev Oehler Spoke at Congregational
Church Last Night
Rev J C Oehler occupied the pul
pit at the Congregational church last
night and the attendance upon the
union service was very gratifying
The music was under the direction
of Miss Mary E Copeland and her
solo was especially enjoyed
Rev Oehler as usual had a great
message for his hearers and he was
given careful attention
If you wish to enjoy a pleasant and
profitable evening attend the ser
vice at the Congregational church to
night
r
mericas Finest Olothini
HirschWickwire Make
SJ35i
THE
Royall National Bank
= tiHl
ROYALL LOAN AND
INVESTMENT CO
With a combined capital and surplus of
30000000
And with total resources of more than
75000000
I Offers to patrons all the accommodations
consistent with safe and prudent banking
ONE MAN DIED IN THE ROYAL
FREE HOSPITAL WITH THE DIS
EASE IN MOST VIOLENT FORM
HEALTH OFFICERS ALARMED
Herald Special
London Oct 11 It became known
today that one man died in thevRoyal
Free Hospital yesterday of Asiatic
cholera in its most violent form
The health officers are alarmed
over the appearance of the dread dis
ease in the metropolis and attempts
were made to suppress the news
Will Speak For Stimpson
Herald Special
St Louis Mo Oct 11 Colonel
Roosevelt today arranged to open his
campaign for Henry L Stimpson in
the New York gubernatorial campaign
on his return to New York He will
pick up Stimpson at Buffalo and the
opening speech will be made at Dun
kirk He will reach New York on
Saturday
ML1DICTIMIN
Grand Jury Is Urged to Indict Miss
Leneve In Connection With
the Crippen Case
Herald Special
London Oct 11 The probability
that Miss Leneve would escape trial
for complicity in the murder of Belle
Elmore the wife of Dr H H Crip
pen was upset toaay when Recorder
Sir Forest Full on charging the grand
jury urged the indictment of
TJrippen antT Aifss Leheve Tne r
corder said the ends of justice would
be served best it both were indicted
VIEWS OF GOULD
Texas Laws Prevent Cotton Belt and
International Merger
Fort Worth Texas Oct 10 Ed
win Gould president of the Cotton
Belt spent tonight in Fort Worth
The sheds at the Texas and Pacific
passenger station sheltered Goulds
special train which is carrying Vice
President and General Manager F H
Brittqn Vice President William H
Taylor and Dave H Morris and Super
intendents Cooper and Neff The
party arrived at 830 last night from
Waco and will leave some time be
fore noon tomorrow for Sherman
His visit to Fort Worth and inter
view with a Houston Post corres
pondent disclosed three interesting
facts namely
That the consolidation of the Cot
ton Belt and International and Great
Northern might be consummated but
for the strenuous laws of Texas
That the Cotton Belt will be ex
tended beyond Comanche > sooner or
later
That the International and Great
Northern claim bill will not hinder
the progress on the projects which
the Cotton Belt already has under
way including the Gatesville to Ham
ilton Stephenville to Thurber and
Hamilton to Comanche branches
W J TOWNSEND NOMINATED
His Majority In Thirteenth District
Estimated at Five Hundred
Lufkin Texas Oct 10 W J
Townsend Jr of this place is unques
tionably nominated state senator from
the Thirteenth senatorial district by
a majority of not less than 500 in the
district Hon Adam Cone Fowlers
campaign manager this morning tel
ephoned Mr Townsend his congratu
latlons Mr Townsend is a prohibi
tionist
Child Burned to Death
Denton Texas Oct 10 Alva Vic
toria the 12year old daughter of Mr
and Mrs James Harwell was so tei
libly burned Sunday at her home
this side of Decatur that she died
Sunday afternoon The child was
starting a fire in the oil stove when
it exploded The funeral was held
here this morning with Interment in
the Independent Order of Odd Fel
lows cemetery
DISORDERS MARK BEGINNING OF
GREAT RAILROAD STRIKE IN
AUGURATED IN PARIS WILL
AFFECT 300000 MEN
Herald Special
Paris Oct 11 Disorders today
marked the beginning of what prom
ises to be the greatest railroad strike
in history among the fort jfive thou
sand employes of the Northern Rail
way who struck last night
No wheels are turning today on that
road and it is expected today that
the strike will be extended to all
roads in France including those own
ed by the government
If the strike is extended three hun
dred thousand men will be involved
V
Census Announcements
Herald Special
Washington D C 6ct 11 The
population of Shreveport La as an
nounced today by the census bureau
is 28015 Louisville Ky 223928
Lexington Ky 35099
ft
L
L
Will Present Plant of the Christian
Evangelist of St Louis to the
Christian Church
Topeka Kas Oct 11 Several
thousand delegates from every quar
ter ofthe civilized globe are gathered
here to attend the New Century In
ternational Convention of the Chris
tian church which opened here today
for a session of seven days It is by
f that denomination ever held
and promises also to be one of the
mos important in the history of the
church J
The Topeka auditorium which
seats five thousand persons was
filled to Its capacity at the opening
session today The delegates were
welcomed by J W Going chairman
of the local committee on behalf of
the citizens of Topeka by Judge J
N Haymaker of Wichita on behalf of
the fifty thousand members of the
Christian church in Kansas and Gov
ernor W R Stubbs on behalf of the
state The rest of the opening ses
sion was deoted to threeminute
talks by missionaries from every con
tinent and every mission field in the
world the object being to give the
delegates a clear Idea of the mission
work of the church in all parts of
the world
An unusually interesting program
has been prepared for the conference
with special features for every day
Saturday will be Brotherhood Day
and on Sunday thousands will attend
the communion service in the after
noon Some matters of the utmost
importance will come up for consid
eration at this gathering One of the
most Important matters to be settled
is the question whether a change In
the character of the international con
ventions shall be made in the future
Heretofore they have been mere mass
meetings and the result has been it
is charged that the transaction of
business was greatly impeded A
proposition has been made to provide
that the conventions shall after this
consist of duly accredited delegates
only and It is expected that this prop
osition will lead to a long and heated
debate Another important matter is
the question of consolidating the ten
different church boards into one or
more boards The merger committee
will probably recommended that there
be three boards Home Foreign and
Womans This consolidation would
mean a considerable saving of admin
istrative expenses
The offer of R A Long a wealthy
lumberman of Kansas Ci y to present
the plant of the Christian Evangelist
of St Louis which he purchased re
cently to the church brotherhood
will also come up for consideration
and will probably be accepted
nd Quail
If stylish clothes appeal to you by all means
come here and look over our assortment of
Alfred Benjamms
New York Made
Whose Clothes are designed by expert tailors
who are in touch with the leading fashion
centres of the world And this style supre
macy is carried out in the quality workman
ship and material of these goods clothes
See Us for Your Suit
The Leading
Clothier Furnisher
We want to show this stock and its highclass workmanship
No ready service garments have ever before been
shown in Texas to equal our offering this sea
son Before purchasing your Fall Suit <
or Overcoat inspect our line
Mens Outfitters
ompany
ONE PRIGE TO ALL
B
rl
MORE THAN A DOZEN BODIES
UNCOVERED IN THE WRECKED
MINE OF THE COLORADO FUEL
AND IRON COMPANY
Herald Special
Starkville Colo Oct 11 More
than a dozen bodies of the miners
killed In the explosion of the Colorado
Fuel and Iron companys mine here
were uncovered today according to
th report received at the surface
from the rescue workers who have
penetrated two v miles Into the main
tunnel r
The indications now are that all
of tne miners were killed Instantly
by the explosion which closed the
mine
The work of rescue became more
dangerous during today when the
afterdamp gained headway and de
layed the efforts to clear the mine
Several of the rescue workers were
overcome and had to be carried from
the mine The mine fs filled with
debris The work of removing the
bodies will be delayed as a result
Bodies Badly Mutilated
Starkville Colo Oct 11 Two of
the bodies of the miners were
brought to the surface just before
noon and were horribly mangled
The Number of Dead
Starkville Colo Oct 1L A can
vass of the fiftyfive mine victims
show that sixtyseven children have
been left fatherless by the disaster
Monte C Needham of Longview was
Instantly killed at Fort Worth J
K McKee was arersted
NO OLD ONES HERE
X3
J
a i
45i
S 5E
V
U4
V
1 b
K
n
f
II
3
h
c

xml | txt