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THE PALESTINE DAILY HEftALD
Entered In the Palestine Texas Postofflce as SecondClass Mail Matter
PUBLI8HED EVERY AFTERNOON SUNDAY EXCEPTED
W M AND H V HAMILTON JR Editors and Proprietor
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The Hamilton Boy Yon Know
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SUBSCRIPTION 15 CENTS THE WEEK BY THE YEAR 600
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC
Any erroneous reflection upon the character standing or reputation of any
person Arm or corporation which may appear Inthe columns of The Herald
will be gladly corrected upon it being brought to attention of the publishers
TUESDAY NOVEMBER 1 1910
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WEATHER FORECAST
For Palestine and vicinity
Tonight unsettled weather
cooler Wednesday partly
cloudy and cooler
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NOVEMBER 1 IN HISTORY
1761 Benjamin Franklin sailed for
England as emissary to the
ministry in London
1808 Lewis Hallam a noted actor of
his day died in Philadelphia
Born in England in 1738
1810 Rev John de Cheverus conse
crated as first Roman Catholic
hlshop of Boston
1835 Gen Godfrey Weitzel to whom
Richmond surrendered born in
Cincinnati Died in Philadel
phia March 19 18S4
1838 Lord Durham having resigned
his office as governor of Can
ada left Quebec for England
1890 The first Japanese parliament
j met >
1893 Statue of Sir John A Macdon
1
aid unveiled in Hamilton Ont
1903 Prof Theodor Mommsen fa
mous German jurist and histo
rian died Born in 1817
J904 Premier Bond and his col
leagues successful in the
foundland election
THE WAY OF Av MAN
New
Some men are so peevish
Just a Tew days ago a man who
advertises rarely and in homeopathic
s came into the Herald office and
r spreading out his copy asked
rates for running different classes
VertlBing He was told cour
insly what the rate was the rate
ing paid by all of our advertisers
But without comment further than
an exclamation and a shrug of the
shoulders he picked up his manu
script and walked out That was his
privilegebut the thing that attracted
our attention was his manner of leav
ing His whole attitude was one of a
man who thought an effort was being
made to rob him And his attitude
was offensive and unjustifiable It
was a matter entirely with him
whether or not he paid the price
asked and left his business his ask
ing our rates was a voluntary act on
his part and there was neither reason
nor excuse why he should have acted
the part of a man who had made a
narrow escape We mention this in
the hope that this man may think it
over quietly and come to know that
certain courtesies are due even in a
business transaction
This is Thanksgiving month Also
election month If the democrats land
as they should there will Indeed be
cause for thanksgiving
THE NEW LYRIC THEATRE
ON MAIN STREET
TIM OCONNELL MANAGER
TONIGHT
Offering a Neat Bunch of Original
and Legitimate Comedy Singing
Parodies Etc Featuring Miss
HighClass Singing in
Clarke in
Italian
2500 FEET ANIMATED
PHOTOGRAPHS
V
MOTION
Subjects
AFTER MANY DAYS
Dramatic Feature Film
THE DEPUTYS LOVE
Essaney Feature Film
MUSIC FROM START TO FINISH BY
TRIECES ORCHESTRA
Rendering Latest HighClass Musical
Selections
Tu Shows Dally730 and 9 P
prices
Adiftfc 15 Cents
Children 4 to 12 Years 10 Cents
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MATINEES
WSf y > n > sturd ay 4 to 6 K M then after it7s over you can crow
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DESERVES A HEARING
Are you interested in good roads
Announcement is made that the
Farmers Institute will hold an dpen
meeting in this city in the city hall
tomorrow morning at 10 oclock at
which time the proposed road tax will
be discussed by a number of men
including county officials farmers and
business men The subject will be
discussed from all sides and it is cer
tain some good thoughts will he
brought out and a source of informa
tion given that will be helpful in the
solution of this big problem A spec
ial effort has been made to get a
large attendance at the meeting and
every man who can do so should be
present The Herald makes an es
pecial appeal to the business men of
the city to be present and hear the
discussion The subject is one that
should command the attention of all
thoughtful and progressive men
IT DOESNT PAY
I blame myself for my wifes con
dition
This is the lamentation of Joseph
IC Sibley former congressman of
Pennsylvania who was exposed for
debauching the voters of his district
ami forced to resign his seat Sibley
< rich in worldly goods his wife was
a proud woman who regarded her
husband as all that a husband should
be When his exposure came her
heart was broken and she is now
mentally unbalanced and at deaths
door while Sibley is also at the point
of death The pathetic part of this
story is that Sibley did not need to
graft He had a fortune but ambition
and the interests poisoned his better
judgment and he fell and in falling
took his good wifes happiness and
peace < jp aiiai And Sibley now la
ments the tragedy to his wife
In the last speech which he made
in the senate Air Dolliver said So
far as I am concerned I am through
with it I intend to fight It but I in
tend to fight it as a republican and
as an American citizen I do not
propose that the remaining years of wild turkeys may be killed during the
my life whether they be in public
affairs or in my private business
shall be given up to a dull consent to
the success of all these conspiracies
which do not hesitate before our very
eyes to use the lawmaking power of
the United States to multiply their
own wealth and to fill the market
places with witnesses of their avarice
and of their greed That is what J
P Dolliver a senator from Iowa
thought of the high tariff which at
present afflicts the country Dolliver
Is now dead but his words live
The Orange Leader says The Pas
tors Association of Palestine use a
half page in the Saturday paper to ad
vertise the Sunday church services
Why not The theaters advertise
their attractions the merchants ad
vertise their wares and there Is no
good reason why the work of bringing
men into the kingdom cannot be aug
mented and helped by the liberal use
of advertising space in the news
papers
What impresses Texas democrats
is that so few of our congressmen
have been called or have volunteered
to help in the national campaign In
the doubtful states If some of them
are as allfired important to the nation
as we are told It does not seem the
party could get along without them
Several acts of vandalism are
reported today as a result of Hal
loween escapades It is the old story
of giving some people an inch and
they will take a mile It is all right
to have Innocent fun but the destruc
tion of other peoples property Is
never Justifiable
It is about time now to begin to
offer the advice to people to do their
Christmas shopping I However it can
he set down as final that many will
wait until the last minute before
Christmas morning to spend their
thirty cents
Be a booster Bight now help push
tho poultry show Tackle things as
they come along Be a live one And
Dont tell us they cant come back
Look at the fellows who are coming
back to East Texas And they will
stay this time
Attend the good loads meeting at
the city hall tomorrow morning We
need the roads
SYNOPSIS OF GAME LAW
The execution of the state game law
is entrusted entirely to the game fish
and oyster commissioner and to his
deputies
The laws of this state permit the
game commissioner or his deputies to
seize and take possession of all birds
or animals that have been caught
taken or killed or had in possession or
under control or shipped contrary to
law and such seizure may be made
without warrant and the animals or
birds disposed of as may be directed
by any court having jurisdiction to
hear and determine violations of the
game laws
It is unlawful for any person not
a bona fide resident for six months
in the state to hunt or kill any game
or birds protected by the laws with
out having procured a hunting li
cense
Hunting licenses are dated when
Issued and remain in force until Sep
tmber 1 following
It is unlawful for any person to kill
protected game or birds outside of the
county of which he is a resident or of
an adjoining county unless he4 has se
cured a state hunting license
Any person to whom a nonresident
license has been issued may take such
game as he has killed to his home be
yond the boundaries of the state not
to exceed one days bag limit Sev
entyfive ducks or geese may be taken
at one time if killed on three separate
days but not more than twentyfive
of any other kind of bird
For the purprose of the game pro
tective law the following are consid
ered game birds Wild turkey ducks
geese grouse prairie chicken Eng
lish pheasants quail or partridge
doves pigeons plover snipe jack
snipe curlews and robins
It is unlawful to destroy nest or
egg of any game bird t
Netting or trapping of game bird at
any season is prohibited
Wild iducks and wild geese cannot
be killed except by an ordinary gunK
Until 1912 the killing at anySeason
is forbidden of Mongolian or English
pheasant wild prairie l ckenX jvild
aUteiope or Itiftity AiTmuaSfl l
The open season for deer
November 1 to December 31
Killing at any season of female
deer or spotted fawn is unlawful
Only three wild bucks may be killed
in the open season
Open season for turkey is from De
cember 1 to March 31 Only three
retspj <
W i f ron i
season
Open season for dove is fiom No
vember 1 to January 31
Twentyfive is the day limit on
game birds
It is unlawful to hunt upon the en
closed and posted land of another
without his permission Owners of
posted lands must have signs post
ed in a conspicuous place unless the
inclosure is of less than two thousand
acres when such signs are not es
sential
The violation of the state game
law is considered a misdemeanor and
the penalty with varying opportunities
for inciease on separate counts is a
fine of not less than 10 nor more
than 100 and imprisonment for not
less than five days nor more than
thirty
The court of civil appeals has up
held the game law in the case of ex
parte Blandone In reviewing the
case the court held that act was not
unreasonable or oppressive and did
not violate constitutional rights
NOT PERMITTED TO PAY TAXES
Unique Situation Results From Neg
lect of City Council
Herald Special
Spokane Wash Nov 1 Unpre
cedented in the history of the Pacific
northwest is the situation brought to
light at Starbuck in Columbia county
Wash south of Spokane where the
property owners will not be permitted
to pay taxes for 1911 on account of
the failure of the city council to pub
lish a statement of the resources and
estimated expenditures of the munici
pality for the coming year The state
law provides that this report must
be made before the first Monday in
October Just where the levenuo is
to be obtained has not been decided
Improvements made recently includ
ing a school building costing 25000
called for the maximum levy of 1G
mills for next year but this cannot
be assessed against the property in
the city owing to the neglect of the
council to comply with the state law
The town of Starbuck has a popula
tion ot between 900 and 1000 and is
prosperous
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CLARKE AND ADLER HIGHCLASS SINGERS AND COMEDIANS WHO
WILL BE SEEN AT THE NEW LYRIC THEATRE MAIN ST TONIGHT
Vaudeville Team of Clarke and Adler
Please Patrons
Lyric Theatre
last nightis one of the best in their
line of work that has been seen on
gagement at the New
AT THE LYRIC the other is an Essaney picture The
Deputys Love anexciting story of
the love of a western sheriff for a
girl bandit and his sacrifice of love
for duty a plot of exceptional heart
The management says j interest with hrilling rides lively
and a dramatic climax
Clarke and Adler the vaudevilleaction highIy
an excellent film
teami who opened a three days en
Do You Want a Typewriter
James Worsham secretary and
treas rer of the Houston Typewriter
the local stage Miss Rose Clarke
Exch is in Palestine for few
has a most excellent voice and her nse a
singing In Italian of Adeline Pattls dayS visitinS the companys local
agent E 3mIth WniIe ere Mr
favorite encoure II Bacio was de
Worsham would beSpleased to meet
lightfuhintJhe purity of jts tone and
np inter ted iCa typewrJtife
ti t wide range Bhe rJoudTy a p f
plauded at the close of her number The ouston Typewriter Exchange
Mr Jeff B Adler is a first fat4carries the largest line of typweriters
German icomedian sings well and his of any comDany in tne s ° th and
monologue is all new and exceedingly 11 sel1 blJ ange or rent all
bright I malves of machines in either hew fac
i tory i ebuilt or secondhand machines
The Lyric will offer in motion pcr
on terms to suit y ° u Jr Worsham
tures tr < w two excellent i
tonight reels of
can be f0nd for tne present at
i i n o i
the latest One
subjects is a Sehg
Smiths Store t
phone lo2 l5t
film < After Many Years a dramatic
story of leconstiuction days while Herald want ads bring resulti
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MEATandFOOD
CHOPPER
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The Photoplay Theatre
288 OAK STREET
MOTION PICTURES AND ILLt
TRATED SONGS
TONIGHT
ON THE BORDER STATES
Biograph Picture
WHITE LIE
MORE ORANGE PEEL
THE LOST BASS DRUM
ILLUSTRATED SONG
Oh What Id Do For a Girl Like Youl
COMING
Especially Arranged Big Program fo
Next Friday Night Nov 4 Benefi
Babket Ball Team Sophomon
Class Palestine High SchooI Watcl
for Announcements
Doors Open at 7 P M for the Nlghl
Show Matinee Every Friday anq
Saturday 3 to 6 P M
ADMISSION
Adults 10 Cent
Children Under 12 Years 5 Cent
Special Engagement at
HOPPE
An Article That Shoiikljie in Every Home
NEW
M PL
THEATRE
One Night Only
THURSDAY NOV 3
Americas Greatest Band ar
Soloists
LIBER ATP
Grand Military Band and Opera
Singers of New York
40 Musicians 20 Singers and Soloist
Direction of Signor A Liberati the
worlds greatest Bandmaster
andCornet Sojoist
PRICES 100 75c 50c and 25c
ORGANIZED CHARITIES
This organization will furnish fodd
clothing or other necessities ot Jifi
to the destitute of Palestine affer i
vestigation of their needs
Report such cases to
Mrs E E Durham 602 2
street If in First Ward
Mrs W H Kingsbury 712 Jj
son street If in Second Ward
Mrs Web
lit l n Th
Mrs S A Taylor sii
street if in Fourth Ward
Discarded clothing will1 be sent
or recei < d 6y Mrs Taylor brr
Durham
The work Is supported by Voluntary
contributions Send checks to Treas
urer
J C SILLIMAN President
J C OEHLER Vice Pres
L D ANDERSON Vice Pres
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can have one
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