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Palestine daily herald. (Palestine, Tex.) 1902-1949, November 26, 1910, Image 1

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VOL IX NO 94
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Your Holiday Adverts
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THE
Royal National Bank
EaNDE
ROYALL LOAN AND
INVESTMENT CO
With a combined capital and surplus ot
30000000
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And with total resources of more than
75000000
Offers to patrons all the accommodations
consistent with safe and prudent banking
DONT
Go Music Hungry
Dont borrow your fun
Buy a Victor Grapho
pone on the easy pay
ment plan Small pay
ment down then a small
payment each week and
you soon own it forever
Think of the delicious
melody the sweet old
songs the Stirring
Band and the Grand
Opera Music you can
hear and enjoy in your
own home Well tell
you today all about the
easy plan if youll call
A
Palestine Hardware
Company
TURNE
Often calls to mind to many people the fact that they are not
insured as thpy should be But it is too Iateyto 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 1 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 I
have many good things on hand and can help you make selection
Real Estate and Fire Insurance
> Office Robinson Bros Bank Phone 103
EIghlfi o Dead Ac <
Herald Special
Newark N J Nov 26 Eighteen
persons are now known to be dead
and it is believed many others are
buried under the mass of wreckage
and machinery The police and offi
cers of the company are now taking a
census of the employes as fast as
they can be located This is the only
means of ascertaining the number of
victims and their names
The destroyed building was located
in the heart of the factory district
Many persons wete injured while en
gaged in rescue work As news of
the disaster spread thousands of peo
ple hurried to the scene many of
them frantic with grief and their
screams could be heard for blocks
Quick Justice
Alexandria La Nov 25 The
quickest case of justice on record in
this parish is that of Peter Barlincia a
white man who was caught it was
charged while trying to break into a
box car oil the Texas Pacific rail
road near Boyce La Conductor Sin
gleton it was stated caught the fel
low in the act at about 8 oclock this
morning He brought him to Boyce
and turned him over to Deputy Sher
iff Cleveland who immediately took
the south bound passenger train to
this city iwth the prisoner District
court being tn session Barlincia was
taken into the court room He plead
ed guilty at 1030 a m and was sen
tenced to six months in the state
penitentiary two and a half hours
after the attempted robbery
SUMMARY OF NEWS
LOCAL
Sherlock Holmes Jr tells of his ex
periences in Palestine
S A Taylor chosen vice president ot
Trades and Labor Council
Rev Jas Kilgoie will preach his last
sermon as pastor of Centenary
Methodist chinch Sunday night
GENERAL
Michael Cudahy the packer dying of
pneumonia at Chicago
Ten men entombed in mine at Provi
dence Ky believed to have perish
ed
Brazilion officials want mutinous sail
ors to transfer boats to the govern
ment
Madero the Mexican revolutionist is
missing peace has been restored
throughout the lepublic
Plant of Newark Paper Box company
destroyed by fire today eighteen
persons are dead as a result
PALESTINE TEXAS SATURDAY AFTERNOON NOVEMBER 26 1910
TEEN VI
I I
NEWARK PAPER BOX COMPANYS
PLANT ENTIRELY DESTROY
ED GASOLINE LAMP
EXPLODED
VICTIMS MOSTLY
YOUNG GIRLS
Who Leaped From Third and Fourth
Story Windows to Their Deaths
Many Persons Injured While
Attempting to Rescue v
Imperiled People
Herald Special
v
Newark N J Nov 26 Fifteen per
sons many of whom were girls per
ished in a fire which destroyed the
Newark Paper Box companys plant
here today
The fire and its attending disasters
was a terrible scenej Many of the
thousands of spectators were stricken
dumb by sight of the frantic girls
leaping from the third anil fourth
story windows The building was
ablaze all over and the girls were
forced to jump as a last and only
means of escape
Three priests from St Patricks
Cathedral fought their way into the
blazing building and gave conditional
absolution to the afflicted
One hundred and fifty persons were
employed in the factory and a large
number are unaccounted for and the
death list may grow
The fire was > caused by the explo
sion of a gasoline lamp
MICHAEL CUDAHY DYING
> > > >
l Millionaire Head of Packing
> Concern a Victim of
Pneumonia
I Herald Special
< > f Chicago Nov 2G Michael
I Cudahy the millionaire head of
V the Cudahy Packing company
> is dying here today of pneumc
< nla and his physicians say he
will haTdly live throughput the
day Cudahy was operated on
i last Tuesday for appendicitis
hy Dr John B Murphy and for
a time seemed to rally but a
> relapse attended by pnuemonia
came today
BRAZILIAN MUTINEERS SAILED
OUT OF HARBOR AND BACK
AGAIN WITH THE RED FLAG
STILL FLYING
>
ts A Herald Special
fo a JittrcIroVNaTr2C TheBra
zilian warships manned by mutineers
which steamed out of the harbor last
night despite the promise of the
crews to surrender came inside the
bar again today The boats are still
flying the red flags of revolution but
the government has sent an embassy
to arrange for a formal transfer of
the boats back to the government
High officials today assert that the
revolt of the sailors is due directly
to the influence of the successful Por
tuguese revolution
AT THE GEM
Large Crowds Enjoyeti Good Pictures
Last Night
Managers notice
The Gem program last night was
again a real gem The Imp film
Brothers Feud was a magnificent
work of art from start to finish The
beautiful drama was laid during the
civil war and it led one back to those
exciting times Every one of the
Imp pictures are good and you will
find them at the Gem every night
Mothers Love by the Eclair com
pany was just a work of art A Pen
nys Worth of Potatoes was a laugh
from start to finish A big crowd en
jojed the three shows Entire change
of TTTogram tonight See ad in an
other column of this paper
Conservatory of Music Opening
Prof A Cruz de Aguilar teacher of
musical instruments and vocal will
open a conservatory of music in this
city on the first day of January 1911
Prof Cruz is a graduated musician
from the Conservatory of Seville and
Madrid Spain having spent nine
years in both conservatories learning
musical instruments vocal and har
mony Prof Cruz has a gold medal
won in the Conservatory of Madrid
Spain in music reading He will an
swer any and all questions regarding
music and guarantee to teach the
following instruments Piano violin
violincello mandolin guitar clari
net saxophone flute cornet slide
trombone baritone bass etc Prof
Cruz will have only a limited class in
the city and those wishing to take
lessons from him will do well by en
rolling with ample time for there
will not be time enough for all on
account of having a large class out of
town
The terms will be as follows I
Two lessons per week for one year
S5 00 two lessons per week for six
months 45 00 two lessons per week
for three months 2400 less than
three months course J100 per lesson
Get your convenient time now tf
LEADER OF REVOLUTION HAS
MYSTERIOUSLY DISAPPEARED
AND SPIRIT OF REVOLT SEEMS
TO HAVE PASSED WITH HIM x
Herald Special
Eagle Pass Texas Nov 2C With
Maderos whereabouts still shrouded
in mystery Mexicos most recent rev
olution seemingly has ended after two
weeks attempt to unseat Diaz accord
ing to dispatches received here to
day From these reports quiet reigns
throughout the republic again
General Villar commanding the
northern division of the Mexican
troops reported to the government
today that the revolt had passed
Americans arriving from Mexican
cities corroborate the reports that
peace has been restored
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PAID SHIPPERS CLAIMS
Railroads Remunerated Peach Grow
ers For Car Shortage
Jacksonville Texas Nov 25 All
three of the railroads entering this
place have paid off shippers claims
for loss on account of failing to fur
nish refrigerator cars during the
peach season The aggregate of the
claims was > considerable being per
haps one hundred cars and the loss
was up in the thousands of dollars
With these losses paid and the big
market prices received the peach and
truck growers received ihore for their
produce than during any previous
year
Jas F Brook Architect and Engi
neer Room 25 Link Building tf
Advert
15 CTS A WEEK
They are satisfactory in quality workmanship
style and fit
Above all They Satisfy in Price
If we furnishiyour winter apparel you will pay
less and dress better
BELIEVED HI ARE DEAD
Ten Men Entombed In Mine at Prov
idence Ky Believed to Be
Dead From Suffocation
Herald Special
Evansville Ind Nov 26 It is be
lieved here today that the ten men
entombed in the mine at Providence
Ky are dead The mine rescue car
of the government bureau of mines
arrived today and with volunteers en
tered the mine It developed that
dangerous gases had accumulated and
hopes of the men getting out alive
have dwindled
Population of Oklahoma
Herald Special
Washington D C Nov 20 The
population of Oklahoma is given as
1657155 This is an increase since
1907 of 24978 From 1900 to 1907 the
increase was 623786 oj 7g 9 pox cpuL
Child Drowned In Tank
Gonzales Texas Nov 25 The 2
yearold son of Frank Kuntschik was
drowned about noon Wednesday in a
small tank of water near thBvJCunts
chik residence A small tankVbad
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of the house to the tank
been made near the yard for ducks
swim in and the child wandered
Engineer Died at post
Racine Wis Nov 25 The lives of
300 passengers on train No 6 on the
Chicago Milwaukee and St Paul road
bound to Chicago hung in the balance
yesterday when Michael Crowley the
engineer was stricken with apoplexy
at his post and died while the train
was running at the rate of forty
miles an hour The fireman notcing
that his engineer did not sound sig
nals for crossings called to Crowley
and receiving no answer went to the
engineer and found him dead The
fireman stopped the train and backed
into Corliss where the body was re
moved and another engineer was en
gaged to run the train
ECT THE NEWEST
STYLES TODAY
Shirts that are variously indivi
dual that each man may choose
collars that fit vests that are
novelties and hats that are the
style is what youll find here
plus the best quality and the most
reasonable price
Ties 25 Cents and Up
Shirts 100 aud Up
Fancy Vests 250 and Up
Hats200 and Up
IGHT CO
Mens Outfitters
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