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VOL IX NO 103
Your Holida
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DAILY
PALESTINE TEXAS WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON DECEMBER 7 1910
ALD
15 CTS A WEEK
ROYALL LOAM AND
INVESTMENT CO
With a combined capital and surplus ot
30000000
And with total resources of more than
7 5000000
Offers to patrons all the accommodations
consistent with safe and prudent banking
Just as Usual
We Have an Unusual
Holiday 5tocR
grything that heart could wish and presents for everyone
A fine line of Toys for the little tots
A large and splendid assortment of the besf Candies
Fruits fresh from every clime Nuts from every land
All sorts of Fire Works and a great assortment many
new novelties
You cannot afford to pass this store for it is Santa Claus
Headquarters
Then you must not forget that this is the home of Good
Groceries at right prices Yoti cannot buy better and you
dont beat the price
Give us a trial and you will repeat the visit It is a Habit
we have pleasing our customers
204 riain Street
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 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
PB H HUGHES
Real Estate and Fire Insurance
Office Robinson Bros Bank Phone 103
To go for pure fresh and reliable groceries is to
make a bee line for our uptodate store Where
everything is of the best and where qualities
are uniform
An Appeal to the Force
of reason will tell you that inasmuch as we are
extfemly careful buyers we are naturally careful
sellers Try us and see
JNO
TEMPLE
THE RETAIL GROCER
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Herald Special
Pasadena Cal Dec 7 A demon
stration of the antiJapanese feeling
in the west and especially in Califor
nia was made here today by the
society folk when prominent mem
bers of the society crowd refused to
attend the ball planned for the honor
of the visiting Japanese naval offi
ceis
Incensed by the animosity shown
Admiral Yashiro commanding the
Japanese vessels today canceled the
imitation to the school children of
the city to visit the ships of the
It is expected eveiy enter
planned for the Japanese
officers will be canceled Immediately
jKlany believe that the refusal of the
society vomen to dance with the Jap
anese officers will result in something
more serious than a mere display of
local feeling In view of the splendid
reception accorded the officers of the
American Atlantic fleet at Tokio two
years ago It is believed the uncalled
fori snub administered here has far
reaching posisibilities even to caus
ing a breach between the United
States and Japan
Herald Special
Washington D C Dec 7
Absolute exoneration has been
accorded Richard A Ballinger of
Washington the peisecuted
secretary of the interior
Findings of the Committee
Washington Dec 7 Absolutely ex
onerating Secretary of the Interior
Ballinger of all charges brought
against him the majority report of
the BallingerPinchot investigating
committee was presented to congress
at noon
The report sums up in its findings
hat Ballinger is not an enemy of
orhostile to a reasonable and judi
cious policy of conservation and that
nd ground whatever has been shown
justifying the opinion that he is not a
faithful and efficient officer
LAKE WASBURNEO OFr ipESI SLAVE GIRLS
Oil Burned From Surface of Interna
tional and Great Northern Shop
Lake This Afternoon
This afteinoon
oclock the lake
tional and Great
set fire to burn
from the surface
fire made a hot
great volume of
burned off every
shortly before 2
back of the Interna
Northera shops was
the accumulated oil
of the waters The
one and sent up a
smoke The oil Is
few months
ATTEMPT ON A CONSUL
Garage of Italian Consul at Seattle
Blown Up Today and Resi
dence Damaged
Herald Special
Seattle Wash Dec 7 The garage
of Dr J Chillion Italian consul was
blown up by dynamite today and
every window in his home was shat
tered No one was injured by the
explosion Chillione declares the dy
namiting was not the work of the
Black Hand Society but was done by
some personal enemy His home is
for the present heavily guarded
REVOLUTION FINANCED
Said to Be Growing to Unusual Pro
portions In Chihuahua
Chihuahua Mexico Dec G Passen
gers arriving here from the west to
night confirm the stories of insur
recto strength Maderos wheieabouts
are not Known but the influx of
arms and ammunition continues
Travelers pretend not to know senti
ment in other parts of the country
but every bit of nonpartisan testi
moiij this week shows that the revo
lution in this state is of unusual pro
portions and that there Is big money
behind it
So far there have been three en
counters in this state The fight here
last Sunday may bo called a draw
but at San Andres three weeks ago
and at Pedernales last weekthe in
surrecto = undoubtedly were the vic
tors
Census Figures
Herald Special
Washington D C Dec 7 The
population of North Dakota is 577056
an increase of 80C per cent South
Dakota has 58888 an increase o
454 per cent
Regular Organized Traffic In Girls By
San Francisco Gang Govern
ment Is Busyr
Herald Special
San Francisco Cal Dec 7 The
existence of an organized association
of Chinese and Americans here and
in Hong Kong to procure Chinese
slave girls for sale in the United
States has been revealed by the in
vestigation of the government secret
agents It was discovered in the
course of the investigation that the
regular price of a Chinese girl is
3000 Many of the girls brought over
are believed to be membersof wealthy
Chinese families kidnaped by agents
of the association Ten to twenty
such girls are brought over every
trip of the big liners niaklng an
average profit of 40000 for the ring
HE WANTS LOWER MEAT
Congressman Sulzer of New York a
Democrat Will Fight High
Tariff Prices
Herald Special
New York Dec 7 Congressman
Sulzer democrat of New York intro
duced a bill today proposing a reduc
tion of the tariff on meats and cattle
In discussing his bill the congressman
said They are selling American
meats in London and Paris and Ber
lin for from eight to fifteen cents a
pound lower than in Vmerica I in
tend to fight such conditions to the
end or find a remedy
SUMMARY OF NEWS
LOCAL
Home of Harry Bassett on John street
practically destroyed by fire last
night
Iinpcftant meeting of business men
and farmers called for Thursday
21 p m at the city hall
GENERAL
Statue of Baron von Steuben unveiled
In Washington today
Garage of Italian consul at Seattle
was blown up today and his resi
dence damaged
Pasadena Cal women snub visiting
officers of Japanese navy by refus
g to dance with them
majority report of the Ballinger
nchot investigating committee ex
orates Secretary Ballinger
Should be complete for the com
ing holidays which are so near at
hand and if you are not already
fully equipped you should lose no
time in visiting our store and
looking over our superb line of
flens and Boys
Clothing Hats
5hoes and Fur
nishings
You are sure to find just what
you are looking for and at about
the price you will want to pay
Clothlor and Furnisher
FARMERS AND TRUCK GROWERS
CALLED TO MEET AND OR
GANIZE ASSOCIATION FOR TO
MATO GROWING
Tomorrow afternoon there is to be
held at the city hall a most important
meeting of farmers truckers and busi
ness men the purpose of which is to
organize for the growing of tomatoes
in this county for car lot shipments
It is recognized that tomatoes have
grown to be one of the staple crops
of this section and a big money crop
The entire croptgrovn in this section
last year did not begin to supply the
demand and the crop sold at good
prices throughout the season This
county should engage in cultivating
this crop to an extent tHat buyers will
be attracted to bid on and buy the
cars of tomafbes as they are loaded
as is done at Tyler Jacksonville Arp
Troup and other towns
Let every business man who an
possibly leave his buslne ss for an hour
be on hand to lend encouragement In
the movement
This meeting was called by Presi
dent G A Wright ofthe Boprd of
Trade and notices of the meeting
were mailed out to the farmers and
prominent citizens of the city and
ceunty The meeting is called for 2
oclock
The following letter received by
Secretary Sterne of the Board of
Trade explains itself
Tyler Texas Dec 5tl 1910
Mr C A Sterne
Secretary Board ot Trade
Palestine Texas
Dear Sir Replying to your letter
of the 29th inclosing circular of meet
ing to be held Thursday December
8thFor
For the benefit of those Interested
will advise that there were 789 cars
loads of tomatoes shipped this season
from Smith and Cherokee counties on
a basis of 875 crates to the car mak
ing a total of 690 5 crates and
making what we think a conservative
estimate of 60 cents per crate will
bring a net profit of 41422500 to be
distributed among the growers of
these counties and I feel assured
with the organization of an associa
tion for Anderson county the grow
ers will do equally as well and trust
that your efforts will be successful
Mr Cobb and myself will arrange
to attend and give you all assistance
possible
Yours truly
T H Gorman
s General Agent
American Refrigerator Transit Co
Five Inches of Snow
New York Dec 6 Nearly five
inches of snow has fallen in New
York since 130 oclock Monday af
ternoon and it is still snowing inter
mittently tonight The weather bu
reau at Washington says Snow for
tomorrow The storm brought about
the usual delay in suburban ana
street car traffic but there was noth
ing like a tieup Through trains from
Buffalo were on an average of an
hour late at Jersey City those from
Chicago and midwestern points from
an hour to three hoi rs late The min
imum temperature of the day for the
greater city was 22 the maximum 27
A blizzard which originated in tho
Tennessee mountains and traveled
eastward swept the Atlantic seaboard
How JDoes Your
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BusinessLike
11 If it doesn t you are deliberately
belittling your own commercial value
IfPor social or business dress for
young men of all ages theres a Hat
here that has had hours of thought
given to its final appearance
1iMen of all tastes are having them
selves fitted
WRIGHT CO
Mens Outfitters
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