The Greenville Morning Herald. (Greenville, Tex.), Vol. 20, No. 7, Ed. 1, Thursday, September 8, 1910 Page: 1 of 4
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GREENVILLE. TEXAS THURSDAY MORNING SEPTEIVIBER 8 1910
Authority School Shoes
Unless jour shoes fit perfectly Ihoy'll cause jou many on
uncomfortable moinont; tinloss llicy fit potfectly they will soon
lotc their shape and no boy or girl likes a sloppy looking shoe
The S. L. I'lorco Shoo Tor Hoys and Girls will fit your feet
just as though they wero raado to nieasuro for thoy are KOOi.
MOUI.DHD In pioccss of manufacture. You get solo fit as well
us upper fit. Lot us show how S L. I'lorco School Shoes Ulf-
loi In construction from all other shoos.
PRICES $1.75 to $3.50
OTHElt GOOD MAKES $1.00 $1.50
ONCE MORE YOU CAN GET
Wo have Just receded the llrst shipment of plump delici-
ous Soalshlpt Ojsters the kind with (ho real tang of the sea.
Sealsblpt Oyster3 wero never so satisfying never so fresh
nnd wholcsoirc never so nourishing as this lot.
It you liao not jot tasted Sealshlpt Ossters jou have a
rare (rent In storo for jou.
Thoso who last jear scoured Sealshlpt Ojsters from us w'll
bo more than pleased to know that (hoy can again get (belli.
m i a young Mm
rf i4 mens iMwi
It- - " All i
SCHOOL SHOES FOR
THE BOY or GIRL
TIo Better Kind
Is what we are able to show you. We
know how to fit the children's feet and do
tako special interest in their faot welfare
as well as giving them the very best school
shoes that can be made. We exejeise
the same care in titt'sg the children as we
do with the gown folks.
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1EST VOTE WIS T
MAJORITY OF COMMITTEE FAVOR
ED REMOVAL OF SCCRETARY.
After Vote Is Taken Senator Nelson
Rules That Quorum Not
.Minneapolis .Minn Sept. 7. At thu
executive meeting uf thu Unhlugor-
I'lnenul Invest gating lunimlucu to
nil beiutur Piotchor ol Kioildu. n.
uouiucr.it tiitioduced n losolutlou
Holding (he Beciulury of thu Interior
nnfa.thful as a public officer and
should bs luiuuutl.
ltepiobontutlv-o .Madison a Itepub
l.cnn Insmgont from Kansas Intro-
iluceil a substitute holding the chaig-
os which hnd been made by l'lnclm:
mm i.iavis loriuor chief of Held dl
. t .i . .. . .
iiuh oi geneial land office sustain
Representative James Democrat
ui uoniiiciiy ouoicd an amendment
to Ilcpiesntatlvo .Madison's substl-
tutu icsoiution iirovldlng for the re
moval of Mr. llallingor from orflcv
and Jladlson accepted tho amend-
nienl. The oto caino on tlie sub-
stitute ot .Mr. .Madison as amended
by motion of Janes and tho roll was
Thoso voting. Tor tho substltuto
were l'ktcher l'urcell of North Dako-
ta .Damocijis; ItepreseiKnllvo Ura-
ham Illinois Democrat; Iteprcsenta-
live .Madison Republican and Repre-
Wliou tho veto was being taken
Senator Sutherland ot Utah Itopubll
an and Itopiesontnttvo McCnll ot
Massachusetts Itepubllcan left tho
commltteo room. Insisting a full com-
mittee bhould bo present
Tho Domociatlc nieinbors replied
they had been months considering
the nuoitlon that a quorum was pies-
out .fed tii.u they had a right to take
Senator Nolson chalrmaii of the
coiiim ttec took- a vote voting present
hlniMjlf and then made a nillng that
no (inoriiin was piceut. .Mr. James
made the point or order tliat no mum-
her raised tho iiolnt of no quorum be-
foio the voto bad been calWU
Tho commltteo then took a reces3
until Friday at 10 o'clock at which
time tho reports in Iteeplng with tho
icsoiution of Senator 1'letcher and
tho amendment thereto ortered by
Representative Madison will bo sub-
GOES TO CONFERENCE.
House Refuses to Accept the Senate
Amendments to Its Bill.
Austin Tex. Sept. 7. Tho peiiiton-
tlary hill reached tho House from the
Senate this morning. Tho Senato
lad amended the bill by substituting
tho Senate measuio for that of tho
House ltepresentatho Vaughan mov-
ed that tho House not concur In the
Senate amendments. After some de-
bate the motion was adopted It also
piovldlng that the Sonato narco a free
conforonce committee. Tho Senate
was notified and named Its members
of tho commltteo. Tho House passed
tho penitentiary bill 74 to 18. The
Senate appointed seven to confer
Willi tho Housu conuWtteo and tho
House leceshed to C o'clock this at-
tcrnoon The original committee will
now confor again on thu prison ine.if-
me the old membeis haWug bocn ap
RIO GRANDE WAY UP.
Rise of Ton Feet In Few Hours High
est In Ten Years.
Del Hlo Tex. Sept. 7. The Uio
Hi undo rose ten feet last night with
in a few hours us a result of heavy
rains along the l'ecos and Devil's
Itlver watershed. This is tho hlghost
Use known In ten jears Torrlus
hno been discontinued nnd guard
houses aro out ot commission. Tho
I river Is falling today.
CURRENT TURNED ON.
The Arc Light System Was on tho
New Plant Lat Nlflht.
Last night tho current froici tho
iiov olcctrlc light plant was turned
Into tho street are light system and
pioud succoss. The arc lamps
shono with brilliancy and lighted tho
fctriels very brightly.
.Mr Arnold says ho will turn the
curreut on In thu business suction to-
night and in a day or two tho entire
city will lio on the new plant current
The current in tho arc light sjstoin
last night was tho llrst time tho now
plant lias been put into use.
SCHOOLS ARE CROWDtD.
The New High School Has Decome a
Tho city schools aro so crowdod
that Prof. Geo lias been compelled
to bring tho high soventu grade pu
pils to Central High school building.
Th's relieves tho ward schools for
the prosoiyt but crowds Central
school. This emphasizes the necessi
ty and immediate need of the iiujv
high school building.
G. L. Stivers Dead.
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Stivers were
called to Lvesburg on account of Iho
death ot a brother 0 L. Stivers who
died Tuokday night at S o'clock. Mr
Stivers visited hero somo throe weekj
ago and since going homo his health
has steadily grown much worse until
the end came Friends of Mr. Stiv-
ers will syuipathlzo wtth hlin la tbo
loss ot bis brother.
KILLED IN TRAIN WRECK.
Two Killed and Fifteen Injured I" a
Wreck on the Great Northern.
Kallspel .Mont Sept. 7. Two pT
sons wore killed llfteeu seriously In-
juicd live perhaps fatnlly and twen-
ty others suffered minor Injuries in it
wlreck ot an unstbound llurlliiluii
tialu on tho Great Northern early
today at Coiniu thlity miles east of
Knllspel. The tuln was en route
fioni Seattle to Kansas City.
ROOSEVELT IN MILWAUKEE.
.s the Guest of the Milwaukee Preaw
Club oookcu tor Speeches.
Mllwuukco Wis Sept. i Cu.
iiooauvolt united troiu St. l'aul at S
o clock today and lor nearly twenty-
our hours will bo the guest of the
.Milwaukee 1'ioss Ciuh on occasion ol
.is silver Jubilee. Ho was greeted b
'000 persons. Tho iirogi.nu napped
jut included no fewer than halt n
dozen speeches winding up with an
iddiess nt the nuditoiluni tonight
ROOSEVELT GETS CORDIAL RE-
CEPTION FROM CITIZENS.
Adv.ses Public Not to Take Mayor's
Word For His Opinion on
Milwaukee Wis Sept. 7. Col.
ituusuxolt arrived trom St. Paul at h
o'clock this morning and for nearly
twenty four houis will bo thu guest
ot tho .MIIVMiukcu I'tess club on the
occasion of Its silver Jubllo celebi.i
tlou. llu was grcotedby 3000 per-
tons following bieakfnsl at Hotel
1'flslei tho pi&gram that has boort
luijiped out kept tho colonel going
at a lively gait until a late hour at
During tho courses ot his vIbII no
miido no fewer than halt a dozou
tp ihes winding up with an ad-
diess at thu iiudltorhiin tonight
where he spoke to thu newspaper men
and guests and an overflow meeting
lit tho hippodrome. The absence ot
Uinll Scldel the Socialistic major .if
tho city from tho leceptlon conanlt-
tee caused some comment among the
members of the colonel's party.
Soon after Col Roosevelt arrlvud
hero today and befoto bo sat down
to breakfast bo found blinselt involv
ed In a controversy on Socialism with
i:mll Seldel tho Socialist major who
declined to act upon tho reception
committee which welcomed the to'-
onel to .Milwaukee.
In a contribution to "tho bU
stick" a nowspaper published by tho
.Milwaukee 1'ioss club for this occ.i.
fclon Major So'del stated If lloosa
vclt came to .Milwaukee holding (he
samo Ideas which ho expressed in an
article published In .March 1D09 it l
clear "bu cannot servo the cause of
honesty and decency in American po-
.Major Seldel claims Hoosovolt de
signated Socialism as a thing which
is against morals and religion abho.--lent
nnd revolting and which "ro-
placo family and home life by a glor
ious stale of the free lunch counter
and a state foundling nsjlum"
Ho claimed to seo In tho tour of
Itoosovelt through tho west nothing
buyond designs and plans
As a Socialist he has no connectloa
Upon being shown this statement
Hoosovolt mrorrutly said: "On this
trip I made no partisan political
speoclios and of courso I can not
break through tho rulo now by dis-
cussing elthor stato or party mattor
or municipal parly maUers and nt
presont of courso tho dominant mu-
nicipal party in Milwaukee la a Soc
"If any ono wishes to know my
views on what Is usually called Soc
ialism thoy will find their set out In
such fashion that It will bo.linposst
bio to misinterpret or mUundorstaiil
them In articles to which tho mayor
rotors and I advleo them to read tho
articles themselves and not what tho
mayor says of them."
Try mo on your next watcJi or
clock Job. I try to please. Lowest
prices. T. P. l'lalc.
WILL LOSEJul LEGS
ARI WILSON MEETS WITH SE
RIOUS ACCIDENT AT RAY.
Was Crossing Dctween Two Cars.
Amputation Performed nnd He
Will Probably Live.
Denlson Tex Sept ?. in attempt-
iiig to cross between two box enrs ri
iho Ray ynnls Hits mo.uing at 6:1a
o'clock' Arl Wilson fell between the
ears and both his legs wore mangled
to such an extent that nmputntlo.i
was nfc ss.irj-. The iiijuied mint
was brought lo tho Knty eimrgoncy
hn4plt.1l where the oporatlou wag per-
formed this morning Ou0 leg vv.ib
l.ilvon oft Just bolow the knee and the
other Just above the ankle.
'I hero weio no ejo witnesses to tho
acc'denl but Mr. Wilson was enisl-
ing between the cars when It happen-
ed Whether tho train wa In mo
Hon at the (lino or a c.u was shoved
against them aa he was crossing Is
not known dellnllelj. However lie
wus thrown to (lie giouml with his
legi ncross tho track and the cats
passed over him.
.Mr. Wilson has ben tialu clerk in
tho Itay jards fur the past twelve
j-enrs and was one ot the best known
inllroiil men In the city lie Is nbout
in jeaia old and with Ills wife and
one chlbl resltos In a cottage uenr tho
J arils. While his condltlim 1h crltl
cal and seilous It Is believed that tin
less toii'.pllcatlons tot In (hat he will
iurvlvo tho accident lie will bo tnlio
to Hie M. K. & T. Iiospltnl at Sedalm
as soon as ho Is nh'o lo stand the
THEIR DADY DEAD.
Tuneral at East Mount Cemetery
mends ot Mr. and Mis. Krnnk
Wolfo -will sympathise wllh thoin I't
thu denth of their baby Coodwla
Illnes Wolfe which wns born at I
o'clock jeslerday afloinoon and dlod
n shoit time lifter Its birth.
Thu tuiioral Bervuca w'lll he In n.tit
Mount lemeter nt 10 o'clock this
niiiru'iig conducted by Itov. W. II.
Ornham ot (iiaco 1' Visbyterhu
church The little one onlj opened
.'Is cjes a shoit time In this woil.l
and vvna llieu taken fioir. the life and
anxieties of earth and sleeps safe In
the arms of Jesus.
Call For Premiums.
Theio are still sumo premiums fo-
tbo faim and horse exbllillB at the
County Pair that bavo not been paid
nnd the i-ocretniy does not know
wlieio to send tliein. 'llioso having
pteinliiiiiH duo them ple.ibo call on Iho
ficcictary nt once.
II. T. WHATIIUIIH Sec
First-class engraving nt tbo lovvost
prices In lown. T I. Flalg.
I FOR SALE 1
I . I
I AT 'i
i Greenville Coin Oil II I
EV1IISS PEARLE HUMTER f
TEACHER OF PIANO HARMONY EAR TRAINING AMD ALL J
DRANCHtB OF THE 8TUDY OF MU8IC. ?
Particular uiii-ntlon given to Ili-ginuerH in. .Juiii - nnd advanced X
grndo studenls. Technlquo n sperinlty In all ruses without wblCjh X
no artistic results can Lo attaint d 1'unil.um ntals an needed wtll y
lo thoroughly taught lu thoso grades. Terms mid particulars mi i
CLA8S VORK FOR DEGINNERS IN MUSIC Special classes ?
for children from six to twelve years of ago. llach clas limited
to ten which enables the teacher to glvo much Individual attention.
No homo practice icqulrcd. Notation llugor work tlmo study and Y
nil fundamental principles thoroughly taught In pleasing and original 'X
ways. A special fnatuio Is made of this work. Children tuught h
lnlvately If iireforred but for all (outidutlonul study with young cbll f
iiin class work Is superior to private giving tbo children the great A
advantages of companionship comparison and competition. Terms y
$00 for twenty halt hour lessons. Further Information oa appllci- t
Schools of Training. o
Waterman Hall: Kplstopal Ladles' Seminary Dloceso of Chi-
Prosbjlerlan I-idlos' ColIgu Toronto Canada.
Oberlln Conwrvatory of Music Oberlln Ohio
ltesldonce 2311 St John Street (Due block north ot Ia9)
REFUSED TO TREAT.
Superintendent Ryan of Sunset Llnu
Turns Vice-President Lewis Down.
Houston Tex. Sept. ".It wia
lonrned horo this morning that tha
strike ot tho ciitmcu ou tho Southern
l'aclilc llnus wus Illegal having bee
culled before a vole bad been tnkoa
by the men of tho Atlantic Sjstous
Superintendent ltyan ot tho motive
power department ot the Sunset linen
this li-ornlng tofusul to treat vvlt'i
V.ce l'rosldunt Lewis ot tho Ulutlior-
hood of Hallway Carmen. Thu strik-
. rs' official then offered to nntuo an
iriiltnuor tho company one an I
these select a third hut no doclslo'i
NEW YORK ASSESSMENTS.
Total Valuation of Real Estate
Countlei Is $92G06I3-I8-)
Alh.iii N. V Sept 7 The state
board of equalisation at its annual
mooting today adopted tho equalized
table for tho var'oiis counties ot the
state showing a total nssessed vnlua
tlou ot real estate ot O.XGG.GSS.SSI as
compared with $9117331338 for the
plodding j cur. Tho assessed value
of personal propel ty Is $55fifSS307n
II. S. CISJIIIE POINTS
ENQLAND HOWEVER SECURES
Hrltaln Gained Point Five Perhapi
tho Most Important
Tho Ilaguu Sopl. 7. The Unltod
Stales wins on five Joints out of suv-
on points submitted to the Internat-
ional couit of arbitration In the Nov
Foiiudlniid llsheilus dispute wllh
(lieat llrltaln wins iiolnla onu and
live. Tho decision was handed down
Whllo the Hulled S(n(es trlmr.ihs
on live of Iho seven points point
llvu Is decided In favor or (lre.it llrlt-
nln being hold by the Hugllsluno-i
ns tho most Important of those sue-
in'llod. Tho Iirtli point Is slated In
the form of this question: Fruni
whom must bo measured tho three
irailno miles of any const bays
cieeks or baiboia lofened to in ai-
(li'W ono ot the Ainorlcan-llrltls'i
tienty of IS18. United States llslior-
nieii el.ilinod tho right (o take tlie
iiieasiiiu finm any part of the llrlllsli
North American shore nnd therefore
weio nt liheity lo llslt In the mldillo
of any Canadian bay having a. rudluj
of ii'iro 'thiiii three inllos.
The ilrltlsb luntenllou was Hint
(ho limit bo lneaBiiied fiom an imag-
inary Hue connecting the headlands
Tho pence couit sustained tho llrll-
Phune (old) 200
Full and comphjlo show Hut of bojs' and girls" strong
stiiidy dppendable seliool shoes tho kind that pleases parents
nnd children. They nro irode to fit tlio children's growing
rent and fit perfectly too Tho sljles arc all that could bo
tleslreil nnd the many different ones we bIiow will delight yo-i.
Thoy come In the patent leather vlcl nnd box calf in tho
liluelier lace modlmn and heavy nelt solos new toes plain
mid cap thoy come In all laea t $1.75 to S2.00
Chlldrfii's diiinblo school sheen In Iho vlcl and patent welt
solos very now est stjles that will fit perfectly thoso aro for
small chllilien prices $100 'to... .-.RISO
Hoys' stjllsh shoos In (he heavy and medium wolght welt
solos blitcbor lace vlcl kid md patent leather styles that
ennnot full to plonse tho boy at $1 GO lo S2.C0
l'ony Stockings for School children aro tho host rondo thay
do not wear out utiBlIy coum In three vvolghls faot black and
stainless. Wo nto sola agents hero and wo gunrantco ovo.'y
pair to bo nt wn .vy price per pair 5c
Heavy ilbbed school stooldngs In the black seamless and
ntalnloiH. novvhoro can you find bettor onoa at ISc two for 25o
Wo have tho most romplclu slock ot school suppllea
Bliown In Ink. tablets pent iivntlls lubbers rules etc. como
horo where jou cmi !: t thoin cheap.
Glvo us a trial let us show
Mercer Shoe Co. !
If It's In Greenville We Have It.
; If jou are not my customer phono mo n trial order. "!
Uotuilutu line ot fresh grocerloi and Country Produce. '
' liuaku a special offort to keep everything lu Country 'j
J I'roduco Hue. Knnnora are requested to seo mo for j
; host prlcos on what they havo to sell. If It's In town j
j wo havo It or will get It for you. Wo want u Bhare ot j
J our trade and will trout ou right. l
R- L. TOLBERT
loore & Jones
Old Phone 140
We Want I
you tho stylos.
. IT'S SOMEWHAT JAHRINa
to find that after you have completed
building that the lumber uiod It ot
poor quality and probably not sea-
soned at that
Avoid taking any such chances b;
patronizing this yard and you can
rust assured that you will got Just
nliat you order.
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