OCR Interpretation


Palestine daily herald. [volume] (Palestine, Tex.) 1902-1949, November 10, 1910, Image 4

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

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn86090383/1910-11-10/ed-1/seq-4/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for

Entered In the Palestine Texas Postofflce as SecondClass Mall Matter
PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON SUNDAY EXCEPTED
W M AND H V HAMILTON JR Editors and Proprietors
TELEPHONE 444 =
The Hamilton Boys You Know
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 firm or corporation which may appear In the columns of The Herald
will be gladly corrected upon It being brought to attention of the publishers
THURSDAY NOVEMBER 10 1910
> > O
WEATHER FORECAST
For Palestine and vicinity
Tonight fair colder Friday
fair warmer
NOVEMBER 10 IN HISTORY
1C74 Major Edmund Andros became
governor of New York
1C91 Philip Ludwell became governor
of South Carolina
1759 Schiller the famous German
poet born at Marbach Died at
Weimar May 9 1S05
1775 HampdenSidney College was
opened
1777 British began an attack on Fort
Mifflin
1799 Bonaparte declared First Con
sul
1S12 The Americans attacked Kings
v
ton Ont
1S25 Commodore Thomas Macdon
ough the hero of Lake Cham
plain died in Portsmouth N
H Born in Newcastle county
Delaware Dec 23 17S3
1S72 The great fire in Boston got
under control after having
Jmrned over an area of two
hundred acres
1S81 Cases against the Star Route
principals dismissed
1S91 First worlds convention of the
W C T TJ opened in Boston
1S97 Sir Wilfrid Laurier visited
Washington to discuss the Ber
ing Sea claims and other ques
t tions
1909 Jamaica and Hayti suffered
great damage from a hurricane
THE LESSON OF THE ELECTION
Of course thereisa lesson in the
Tuesdays vote by the nation There
always is orshould be a reason for
results In this instance it is the un
mistakable answer of the American
people to the question Roosevelt
raised as to his new nationalism It
is a reconfinnation of the principle of
states rights and a clearcut repudi
ation of theN Hamiltonjan doctrine of
concentration It is also a rousing
protest on the part of the American
people against the high tariff It is
a warning to the members of con
gress whether democrats or republi
cans that the masses are getting tired
THE NEW LYRIC THEATRE
ON MAIN STREET
TIM OCONNELL MANAGER
The Earl Sisters Company
A TRIO OF CLEVER WOMEN
Singers and Dancers
Presenting a Refined Comedy Playlet
A STORY IN BLACK AND WHITE
2500 FEET ANIMATED MOTION
PHOTOGRAPHS
Subjects
THE GIRL AND THE BANDIT
Kalem Feature Film
MAMAS BIRTHDAY PRESENT
Comedy
MUSIC FROM START TO FINISH BY
TRIECES ORCHESTRA
Rendering Latest HighClass Musical
Selections
Two Shows Daily 730 and 9 P M
PRICES
Adults 15 Cents
Children 4 to 12 Years 10 Cents
MATINEES
Wednesday and Saturday 4 to 6 P M
Prices 5 and 10 Cents
of paying unreasonable profits to the
special interests In short a new era
is at hand and the man or public
official who undertakes to play the
same old game of ignoring the rights
of the people will find that he will
be counted out In the meantime we
have given our first wouldbeemperor
a run for his money and driven him
back to Oyster Bay where he prob
ably feels like the biggest oyster in
the Bay
SUSPICION MAY BAR TRADE
Is it the case of being suspicious of
too big a bargain A gentleman who
has studied the situation carefully
says the biggest drawback to selling
East Texas lands is that they are of
fered too cheap He argues that a
man from one of the older states who
is accustomed to hearing land priced
at a stiff price gets suspicious when
the East Texas lands are quoted to
him at their present prices Palestine
Herald
It may be East Texas lands are of
fered too cheap We doubt however
if raising prices will add to sales
The thing to do is to show what the
land will raise and that the crop will
net a percentage upon a higher price
than that asked There can be no
getting away from a proposition of
that sort Austin Statesman
FRUIT PALACE FOR EAST TEXAS
The San Antonio International Fair
and the Texas Cotton Palace at Waco
open Saturday and both promise to
be good shows Next year to this list
should be added the Texas Fruit Pal
ace at Palestine Palestine Herald
The idea is tiptop All that you
need now are some energetic citizens
to carry the plan through As East
Texas is distinguished for its produc
i tjonji Jcuit JjeEia < pa nd giid entruck
so a fruit palace at Palestine or any
other city of that section woujd prove
of distinctive interest to the people of
Texas Every one of these fairs and
exhibitions is of value to the city and
sections in which it is given Galves
ton News
Mayor Callaghan of San Antonio
was a guest of the Press Club of that
city at a banquet tendered Governor
Campbell on the occasion of his re
cent visit and the mayor took occa
sion to unload his spleen on the San
Antonio papers while their guest In
return for his trouble the papers
roasted him to a queens taste It is
none of our fight but the mayor
should not have accepted the invita
tion if he did not feel that he could
attend and observe the proprieties of
a guest
This from the San Antonio Express
Now if Tennessee could secure the
services of Thomas Mitchell Camp
bell of Texas as chief executive with
a contingent of the Texas rangers
they might be assurred of the enforce
ment of the liquor laws to the letter
And there is not a trace of sarcasm
in the comment
The population of Et l Paso is a dis
tinct surprise to the people of the
state and that city on the western
border jumps into fifth place among
the Texas cities And with this flat
tering showing some of the people out
there aie wanting to cut loose from
Texas
Tuesdays election left Texas tar
iff plank in a rather deplorable con
dition Even the people in the re
publican states lepudiated the high
tariff and it can hardly be supposed
that democratic Texas will stand foi
it
Even lovable Bob Taylor could not
prevent the democrats of Tennessee
from administeiing a rebuke to Pat
terson and his gang Bob will go
back to the United States senate
while Patterson can go to the any
old place so far as the people of Ten
nessee are concerned
The new nationalism as well as
protection seem to have gotten a stiff
jolt in the Tuesday elections The
people demand the doing away witli
special privileges to the special
classes
Womans suffrage judging by the
returns from Tuesdays election is
still far from popular in this countny
f
Hats off to Peggy OBrien the
wife of Martin Littleton both former
Texans The wife made a campaign
for her husband in New York and
landed him
The Galveston Tribune has contrib
uted a valuable editorial on the art
of resting Appropriate just now be
cause there will be so many politicians
in need bf just such information
Anderson county is moving along
In the recent road tax election the
indications are the county has cast a
progressive vote This people need
to step ahead
Roosevelt having failed to get a
lookin Tuesday should be able to
render more efficient service to the
Outlook in the future
Come on Tyler Palestine owns
about forty acres of park lands within
the city limits and is going to beau
tify the paries
The Dallas Times Herald says no
body loves a fat man in Ohio
Thanksgiving will be thanksgiving
this year to the democrats
GREAT PLAY OF RANCH LIFE
The Squaw Man Will Appear at the
Temple Monday Night
A press notice says
The Squaw Man H E Pierce
Companys great play of western
ranch life will be the attraction at
the New Temple Theatre on Monday
November 14 The selection of this
drama of the west will meet with
wide approval in Palestine and the
production itself promises to be one
of the most pretentious that will be
seen here during the present season
The Squaw Man is a genuine
American play replete with virility
and strength Edwin Milton Royle
the author has skillfully combined
his ingredients of dramatic interest
with the proper mixture of comedy
and has succeeded in evolving a rare
play wherein swiftly alternating
laughs give placed frequently to mo
ments of intense pathos The man
agement has furnished a1 complete
scenic production the same as was
used in Chicago and New York which
will be used in its entir ety during
the engagement <
WEATHER BULLETIN
Published By Authority of the Secre
tary of Agriculture
For Palestine uuu tto
p m Friday Tonight fair
Friday fair warmer
Temperature Lowest last
GO highest yesterday 81
until i
colder
night
Weather Conditions
Rain has occurred in the lake re
gion and the New England states as
the result of the movement of a dis
turbance which is now central over
the eastern portion of the lake region
Another storm of considerable energy
is moving eastward over the North
Pacific states It is causing general
rains in Oregon Washington Idaho
and in the northern Rocky mountain
region The barometer is relatively
low over Southwestern Texas There
has been a marked rise in tempera
ture in the North Pacific states and
in some of the Atlantic coast states
while it is much colder in the Plains
states Portland Ore reports 168
inches rainfall The indications point
to fair and colder weather in this
vicinity tonight and fair and warmer
weather Friday
T R Taylor
Official in Charge
Of His Own In Trying to Please the
Country at Large In Matter of
Census Returns
Herald Special
Washington Nov 10 Census Di
rector Durand has been having more
trouble of late than any officer of the
government Census directors al
ways have trouble and always ex
pect it Aspiring communities of the
urban sort are seldom satisfied with
the result of the federal enumeration
of population Local enumerations
are rarely as nearly accurate as those
performed by the now welldisciplined
forces of the census bureau They
are usually overcounted and the den
izensof ambitious localities get them
selves so used to the exaggerated es
timates of their population that they
et to believe in them and conse
quently are greatly disappointed when
the federal census people come along
and make an approximately true re
turn Nevertheless Director Durand
is giving attentive heed to complaints
and has been showing a rare degree
of patience in investigating the jus
tice of all grievances Any town or
city which goes about it in the proper
way and shows sensible cause for the
belief that there has been serious
error in the enumeration can secure
a recount
R < SfcJS
PLAYS AND
PLAYERS
Kyrle Bellew is to revive Raffles
Virginia Harned is to appear in a
play entitled The Woman He Mar
ried
The play in which Charles Cherry
is to star is called A Gentleman of
Leisure
The electrical merrygoround in the
first act of Three Twins is said to
have cost 512008T
George M Cohans Governors Son
has been condensed into a oneact
musical play for vaudeville
Walter N Lawrence resumed his
theatrical management by introduc
ing Thomas Jefferson in The Other
Fellow
Maclyn Arbuckle will soon appear
in vaudeville in The Welcher a
oneact play by Robert H Davis au
thor of The Family
Elmer Grandin has written a play
let for vaudeville purposes called The
Great Passion which will he used
by his wife Eva Mountford
The Nest Egg is the title of the
new play by Anna Caldwell in which
Zelda Sears will star the tour to open
some time this month
Sheridan Block Wright Kramer and
Stephen Wright have been engaged
for The Duchess of Suds in which
Miss Henrietta Crossman will appear
November 21
Richard Harding Davis new play
with a young woman spiritualist as
the leading character will be pro
duced by Liebler Co within a few
weeks
Florence Gear who starred several
years under Jules Murrys manage
ment has gone Into vaudeville with
a new sketch entitled The Engage
ment Ring
May Irwin is to have a new play
by Booth Tarkington and Harry Leon
Wilson called Getting a Polish
Rose Coghlan has also been engaged
for the company
Henry Arthur Jones the noted Eng
lish dramatist is coming to this coun
try to supervise the production of one
of his plays by the Authors Produc
ing company I
Maude Adams is making a record
breaking tour through the south in
What Every Woman Knows In
the meanwhile she is carefully study
ing her role in Chantecler
Gertrude E Jennings a daughter
of Madeline Henrunuesr a jormer
actress has just written a new play
called Between the Soup and the
Savory which has been launched in
London
The announcement is made that
Eva Lang a stock actress is to star
in Tess of the Storm Country by
Rupert Hughes Miss Langsays that
her play will be ready before the
winter season is ended
W Somerset Maugham the English
dramatist who has made such a suc
cess with his light comedies of Eng
lish fashionable life is coming to
this country to see the American pro
ductions of his plays Smith and
Mrs Dot
Harriet Ford who with Joseph
Medill Patterson wrote the sociologi
cal play The Fourth Estate has
just completed the manuscript for a
new Mlay based upon Judge Ben B
Lindseys The Beast and the Jungle
Liebler Co will produce the play
EARL SISTERS COMPANY
Will Be
the Offering at the Lyric
Theatre Tonight
The management says
The Earl Sisters company com
prising a trio of clever women per
formers will be the vaudeville offer
ing at the New Lyric Theatre tonight
They will present a pretty little com
edy playlet entitled A Story In
Black and White They have an
act said to be one big scream and
they carry a complete set of their
own scenery which lends a distinct
charm to the act They are singers
and dancers and producers of comedy
imitations that never fail to please
and Lyric patrons are looking forward
to a real treat when this little com
pany make their first appearance in
Palestine tonight
The Girl and the Bandit a real
western picture will be the main at
traction in motion pictures There is
no human virtue that is more univer
sal in its appeal than bravery The
recital of a deed of daring will always
cause our pulse to leap and our
breath to quicken In this film the
Kalem company tell the stirring story
of how a deed of daring at which the
bravest man migjit hesitate was per
formed by a mere slip of a girl
Mammas Birthday the comedy
film to be exhibited tonight is a gen
uine comedy Mamma has a birth
day and also some company The
cook quits and general trouble conies
up by the wagon load winding up
with an indication of burglars in the
house but It all worked out right in
the end It is to laugfc
fSssfVgp w snt c i riijAsi a
Pity Your Poor Boy at College
Think How He Must Study
Photo by American Press Association
Pity the poor college boy While you are at home remembering that Tom
must have a check on the first of the month think of all of bis troubles You
have only to worry over digging up the interest to pay on the mortgage while
Tom must stay up nights wondering If he is going to be invited to the nexf
hop or if his team wtjl clean up the rival college at football Truly the life
of the college youth is n strenuous one For example each college must find
some new way of celebrating some uew idea In creating a laugh or pulling
off high jinks that will he talked about An eastern college tilled with some
2000 students decided that it would be a grand young plan to burlesque the
suffragettes and as u result they robeo themselves in clownjclothes borrowed
or bought a wugoi and marched through the streets of the college town sing
ing tuneral dirges
METHODISTS IN OKLAHOMA
Annual Conference of the Methodist
Church South at Ardmore
Herald Special
Ardmore Okla Nov 10 The an
nual conference of the Methodist
church South convened here today
with Bishop Denny presiding A di
vision of the conference into two
bodies is an important issue before
the conference
One Night Only Nov 14
H E PIERCE CO
Proudly Present
By Edwin Milton Royle
Exactly as Presented for
Two Years at Wallack s
Theatre in New
York City
PRICES 50c 75c 100 150
HERALD WANT ADS ARE
RESULT BRINGERS
HERALD WANT ADS ARE
RESULT BRINGERS
IT PAYS TO AD
VERTISE IN THE
WANT COLUMNS
O F THE
HOW MANY ADVERTISED
THINGS DO YOU INVESTI
GATE AND BUY HOW
MANY STORE BARGAINS
DO YOU LOOK UP AFTER
READING THE ADS HOW
MANY ADVERTISED OP
PORTUNITIES TO BUY OR
SELL THINGS DO YOU
FOLLOW UP AND UTI
LIZE IF WITH YOU
THRIFT IS A PRACTICED
VIRTUE AND NOT SIM
PLY A PREACHED ONE
YOU ARE A VIGILANT
AND INTELLIGENT AN
SWERER OF ADS
T
The Photoplay Theatre
288 OAK STREET
MOTION PICTURES AND
TRATED SONGS
ILLUSTRATED SONG
MICHEL ANGELO
ILLUS
TONIGHT
SON OF THE WILDERNESd
Drama
LOIES TREASURER
Drama
TRIP TO BERNE
Instructive
NEVER AGAIN
Comic
ROSE OF THE PHILIPPINES
ComedyDrama
UPRISING OF APACHE INDIAN
Cowboy Drama
As have had
we so many request jj
our friends to show this picture again
we have concluded to run it tonight
in addition to our regular program
making over fivethousand feet of pic
tures at the same price of admission
ADMISSION
Adults 10 Cents
Children Under 12 Years 5 Cents
SAWING WOOD
Yes but not laying low Busy air
the day See me as I saw for I saw
as I see Long wood made short big
wood made small Phone 1091 and
ce me saw Best power machine In
town Prices right
JOHN COTTON
mfevw S

xml | txt