The Greenville Morning Herald. (Greenville, Tex.), Vol. 20, No. 15, Ed. 1, Saturday, September 17, 1910 Page: 1 of 4
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GREENVILLE. TEXAS SATURDAY MORNING SEPTEMBER 17 1910
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If sou hao telephone wires near jour pantry they vlll
roach our shches All orders rcciivo the same attention as ir
jou called In person. When jou want a choice cut of Moit
of auy kind Just TEL-A-PHONE 2-1
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SCHOOL SHOES FOR
Wo aim (it TWO STRONG FEATURES In our lino or Chil-
dren's ShotJ fiist Perfection in stjlo to tat'sfy the yaun
bier's prldt onti Second -Iho w taring tuallty to gratlfjr tl.e
pareutH Idea of economy It has been our aiivlilliou a nil btui
lor the past ivvont jearB of our expoilonco to combine th'-w
two polntb and wo believe that our line of School Skoeti have
reached this climax Wo have couf douco that tho Shoes we
offer foi sour hoy or girl are the very let. '
MISSES' SHOES ARE PDICEDi
Sizes B to 8. 75c to 1.50
Sios S'-fc to 11 $1.00 to $2.00
SIzs 11H to 2 $135 to ' $2.50
BOYS' SHOES THAT STAND THE HARD KICKS
WITH PLENTY OF STYLE In GUN METAL
PATENT CALF AND VICI KID!
Sizes i io o from $1 50 to $2.50
Scs 1j to 2. from $125 to $2.00
Sizes 9 to 1" $1 00 to $150
Send the Children to us we lit the CUlldrcn'g feel aaJ
sow up tho rips.
i West Side
Itlch glowing autumn Is
here ullh Its senrlet
mimach lit irons or RoM
n roil anil nak leaves
iiinii'it brown ami nllnsou
luil Thin gorgeous tut
Hiiiinal boaulj Is reflected
in our Mllllnrij Depart
nuut in .i wealth or su
p b color unil fasc im
lug utiles The new Tur-
ilo liaio It lias appaienl-
l no crown nltliough
lucre Is a head piece un-
til i math su as tu poso mi
the head concctlj Tito
cnulslto Tapestry Turk
Nil 1'trnl.m anil Uojal
tolors ale not conllucd
to i Tew choice a tides
but this oriental splendor
cnhancis tho beauts o
mrj .irtlc o of our Mill)
nen Visit th s depart-
ment Tor up tojate Mill!
noiy prices right
Thore's a certain Clothes feci-
Ing nilh n over Young .Man that
make'- li'in want "The Thing."
Wo'ro showing tho Smart Now
Tall Models for Young Men.
There's no radical departure In
slle of cut tills Eo.ison but there
tu mans new fabrics and color-
ings and uinn) lltt'o "Tailor
touches and kinks" that are now
and ier artistic.1
Tho Two and Thioo Uuttoa
Sack- will be tho favorites. Che-
(vlots. Worsteds and Casslmeics
lu a variety of smart now pj-
terns will bo tho iraterlals. Suits
at J 5. $18. 20 to 35
We were never bettor prepare i!
to give tho Young Man his Ideal
Suit than wo are at this present
writing and we're alwajs pleased
of Square !
BOOSTER CLUB MEETING
ATTENTION CALLED TO THE EX-
HIBIT AT THE DALLAS FAIR.
Report of Grand Saline Meeting.
Chance to Secure a Spoke Mak.
The Booster Club mot last night in
regulur wctikly session George l.eavj
A Hlsius. ou was had on Hie com
mlitecs on miittUBTShlp and iho In
.ei urban p.ouoiuoli.
Mi. i.oavj ui(i that eevural llrim
.ind raimiuu.. iiate lecent.j- buugi'i
luumbur&htp u mj club.
Scveta w.w itro lu.idu among:
mom b) rioi. j A. Thoiras ami J U.
iiivgorj. Ine .aiter called attention
tu lite exhibits to uo bent Ironi Hun.
count to Mm Ij.illas Stale Fal nnJ
fctatod that Oct. 5th is iho time s;
tu get oveiythng in shape for ship
iiiuui lu Uallas
-Major T. U lljrd made suggestion
. bout the co.Iectlou of the exhibit.
Tied Iiofion wlio was a delcgait.
lo tho North-llist 'loxas Industrial
tongioss which met at Uiand Sallu.-
last week said It was Impressed up
en him that wo should pay more it
lention to the farming Interests Hai'
oads and other Improvements aru
..11 right and necessary but fnrmiu.j
Is the great industry of Hunt counts
lo spok- of tho poor red land of the
counties Ib1Uii1 and sot by good
farming they are raising fine crops
Wo should pa attontlon to tho ad-
ttco of J. H. Gtegory and others ai.il
to Improve. Thero was a loler.
rbl good n-uetlng at Grand Saline
but not a ory largo one. People
(round there are looklug to Green
villo as the htadquiteis of this pait
o' the sftato. Kversono was talking
of Gie mlllo and how tho city is forg.
mg lo ilia front I3ut wo must pav
more attontlon lo tho farming Inte.--cstt.
so as to lalse better bturr and
moio of it
I'ror Thomas s.i'd he had recently
visited lu his old home In Mississippi
and while there visited a spoko fa?
lory. Tho manager had already ruadu
a trip to Texas and wants to put in
a rcJH in the slate lie said nothing
about a bonus but will put In a fac-
tory that will have a pa) roll of fCO-
OOO a jear to stait with. The lull
will need h ckory and whllo oak tlra-
lear. Their piesent irachlno makes
hvo spokes evory second
Mr. Gregory said thero is hlcko.y
.md wh to oak In this terrltorj.
Mr. Leavy spoke of Dallas as hav-
ii g seen cd n new Inst'tntion f.i-
ev -ry day this year and Tort Worth
has secured ten. Greenville can n.it
new Institutions by going for them.
I'ror. I honing said ho had given
tho name of he spoko factory to See-
ret.il nrlckson who sa'd ho had al-
ready wrltton to them about Green-
vlllo. Tho club then adjournod.
COITOH BILLSJF UflHG
AMERICAN BANKERS CAN'T CON-
SENT TO FOREIGN PLAN.
Dic'are the Plan Presented ac Un-
sound Finance and Insist on
-New York Sept. 1C American
bankerb hero decided that they can
not assent to the plan for guarau-
u eing bills of lading proposed b
Hruisii hankers. Instead they assort-
td their iudepnodtiito declaritl the
Uruibh proposal as unsounl Jlnance
I nd Insisted ou their own pian of a
valjdatod turtlficato." Wednesday .
tummltlte of London mid continental
nankcu announced their rorusal to
jcttiyt American otton bills aftoi
Ott il without an Aiccric.au "bank
tuarantoo." Today a substltuto com-
mittee from tho American Hankers"
uBslat'ou Kent tho following cablo.
"Wo deopl) regret sour dtclslou
and cannot but feol that It was reach
cd through mlsapprehons'oii. Wo
hero accomplished much In bccurlim
tho validation certificate iiius plu-
lng tho business on a safo baslo.
(Purthsr consideration of bankers
guarantee In absolutely out of tha
iuest'on being Incompatible with cor-
test banking principles This lu final
Situation could notjbo chingod hy
hi- ctymnlttce going to London hut
of courio wo would welcome )'our do
putailon to New York where all data
nd Information ara obtainable mid
whero railway und cotton pcoplo
also could he heard. We nru con
fident this would lead to a better ul-
('orBlamllng with mutila'ly satlafao
TO CUT OFF QUEUES
Ceremony Will Take Place While
Orientals Are Holding Festival.
New York Sojit 10 The celobr
lion in New York's Chinatown next
Saturday of tho annual festival of tha
full moon will have at lean one uu-
iquo feature this year. While the
telebratlon is at ita holght Chin Pan
Chow president of the Chinese Pub-
lic Chamber and othor leading Cu-
nose merchants of this city will cut!
i ff their queue and thus sevor the ;
last sign of superstition attached t.V'i
EVENT OF CELEBRATION.
Monument to Independence of the Re-
publ.e Formally Dedicated.
Mexico Clt a pi. 10. MoxIim
crovned tho celobratlou of her cen-
tennial today with tho dedication or
a monument to tho Independence it
Uiu Republic Thoro was n grand
larade fiom tho National palacje to
tho site of the monument in liuaul.-
lul Pazro-lleforinn mltlwny between
this city and Chapultopee whero th'
cercnionlos vvero held.
Ten thousand soldiers marinas anil
inralog and representatives of ollu.-
liocrs were In lino The feature of
tho prog am was an address hy 1'ie-'-dent
MAJORITY VOTE WANTED FOR
FIXING CERTAIN TAX LEVIES
Propoccd to Do Away With Two
Third Vole in Applying the
Austin Texas Sept. in. the next
isBiBinitiro win no asked lo umlt a
constltutloiini amendment providing
that liitlepeudent bdiool districts mas
tix tho tax levies for tho support or
achoolb b) a majorlt) votu Instead or
tvvothlids as now leipilred alt-o an
amendment restricting tiio rate of taA
alien for schools in towns tint aio In
corporated for school purjioses only
I'rof II alley states that tho present
itstrletlons aro unjust and hutr.por the
educational facilities In tho lural com
TO WITHDHflWJHEIR GAMP
SPLIT AMONG VETERANS OF THE
Objection to Giving Latitude in Conv
piling Data From Individuals'
New- Orleans Sept. 10 Passing res
olutlous condemning tho action of the
Louisiana division. United Coufedoi
ato Yoteiaus at a m.etlng hold in
Alexandria La Sept. a and 10 of lasi
year when they attempted to change
the date of munioiial das to Juno i
'without due notice" and declaring
tho law passed by tho Louisiana leg
islatuio requesting tho veterans lo
tvrltc their own records Is being tak-
en advantage of by some veterans to
seouie pensions undesorvtdl) the
Washington artillery camp No. 13 do-
cided today to withdraw its memb.-i-ship
In that body.
They declare tho Hw which seels
o establish tho facts of historical
interest to tho state "extends too
gloat a latitudo for the purposo Jit
ron piling correct hlsioiy and vo de
plore tho conditions In tho Louisiana
ulvlslon that Inspire the xotorans to
mako tho Confedorato causo a mod
mm through which pecuniar) bonoMt
is obtained that we deem tho retonh
now being compiled as not only val-
ueless hut hurtful in ojtnbl shlng the
tiuth of- history unloss the official
records only shall be consulted aal
not furnished by memory of Individ-
uals." THE MARTHA JUNIORS.
Mrs. Williams Spoke of Her Trip ta
the Holy Land.
Tho Martha Juniors met In regular
session with Miss Vera Jlostellu
Club was opened with song and pray-
er after which Miss Ava Sory do
lighltd the club with a piano solo.
Miss King with a vocal holo and Mluj
Noel with a reading which all uujo)-
td Then our dear MrB. 11 J. Wil-
liams gave us ono of her talks ei
ho II)oly Laud which till enjoyed.
The hostess served delicious cream
and cako. All adjourned thdnlrinz
the Missoa Mostella for one of the
best meetings of tho year. Hep
Now wheat Monogram flour sound
as a dollar For salo by all leading
grocers. Take no other.
EXPERT DECLARES DODY IN CEL
LAR CONTAINED POISON.
Ills Typist Miss Lenove Extremel)
Nervous and the Taiget for
l-oiiilou Sept. 10. Dr. Hours Wll-
iox suonilfte oxpori o. the homo Of
nco who discolored tho deaul) ilrurf
mi tho body round u tho huuio or U.
cippoii took tho stand when the
trml of tho docuu ami his tspist
fctlul Lenuvo for the uwrdur of tun
lurmo.'s wile vvns conllntiod todnj
utl swoio unqunllllodls that tha
death was duo to polstin.
I'hSslcians duicrlhcd tho nature or
tho niodlclnPB used and said from n
.inaiier to n halt gram wl I prove fa
till He found two sevenths of n
gra n aftcia lapse from 1 tu 8 months
end ho Judged that morn than imir
a grain had been adm'nisteicd
He found no other cause or tlen'ii
and evptosstid tho opinion that the
victim survived tho doso nn hour or
Ilefmo Wilcox was called tho Crow i
Introduced medical lohtlnionj to cor-
loborato that was given Wednesday
bv l'rof. 1'oppen pntholozlsl of tho
Unlvo-sliy of Umtloii who sworo tho
body had been dlsmeiubtiod by ono
familiar with the science of imntunw.
Tho grousomo exhibits and the uu-
rlt'.iaant character of the testimony
of tho I.ihI session did not doter tho
curious people fron. getting Into the
now street police court today -mid tho
section apportioned to tho public was
Society Was Organized at the West
The parents and teachers of tin'
West School net seMerdns afternoon
and oiganired a Parents and Teachers
Association with tho follow Ing offl-
rers: Mrs W. C. I'oole president-
Mtm. f:. L. Stivers vicepresldent;
Miss Ktiln KIrby. hocietar) ; l'rof.
nandio .treasurer. It wan decided
that meetings shall bo held on tho
second Tuesday or each school month
A eommllteo consisting of Mrs I'otj
Cain. Mrs. Albert llectou and Mrs
K L Stlvors was appointed to iirnku
llaiiB lo raise funds for tho associa-
tion. AIlss Louise llrooks and Mrs J. S.
Shoi ill were appo'nted a committed
ta draft bylaws and constitution Af-
ter discussing the things the nssocin
t'on will try to accomplish tho ireot-
When sour watch stops think of ipn
and then bring It mound 1 do goo.l
honest woik at pilccs al' can arfurd
- T. I' Dials. 0 20
i EVERYTHING IN VEGETABLES
inille Ui lii
6V.I5S PEARLE HUNTER
TEACHER OF PIANO HARMONY EAR TRAININQ AND ALL '$
BRANCHL3 OF THE STUDY OF MU3IC.
I'artkulur u'tuntlon '4hii to lleglnucra iiiedluin and advanced
grade students 'lochnhjuo a spetlnity In all uues without which
no artistic results lau le ultalutd ruudauuntals as needed will
lo thoroughly taubt lu thenu grades 'terms und particulars on
CLASS WORK FOR DEGINNERB IN MUSIC. Special classes
for children from six to twolvo yuara of ago. Uoch class limited
to tun which enubles the toucher to glvo much Individual attention.
No homo practice legulrtd. Notation linger work tlicu study and
all fundamental principles thoroughly taught In pleasing and original
tiis. A special feature la made of this work. Children taught
pilwttely 1f preferred but far all foundational study with young chll
i' en das work Is Miperlir to private giving the children tho great
advantages ol companionship comparison and competition. Terms
D0O for twenty half-hour lessons 1'urther information on application.
Schools of Training.
Waterman Hall: Kpls'copal
I'rtsbsterisn ladles' Collegu. Toronto Canada.
Oberlln Conservatory of Music Oberlln Ohio.
Itosldonce 2311 St. John Street. (Ono block north of Les)
Phono (old) 200V
CRUSHED TO DEATH.
Accident Causes End of John Snavely
of Collin County
MrKlune). Tox Sept. 1(1 John
Suavely n well known famvr of Cut
l'tv County was killed whllo return
lug home from n g'n near Altogn
when his wnon wheel struck a stump
throwing him out and n bale of cot
Ion crushed him lo death.
WOODROW WILSON TO RESIGN
Wl'l Quit Pres'deney of Prlnceto'i
University to Run for Govornor.
Princeton N. .1. Sept. 10 Dr
Wouilrow Wilson who was sosterd.xv
lonilnnted for governor of Now Je
po.v hs tho Uctnoc' title state commit
too. said this nrternoon he would of-
fer his resignation ns president ff
Pr'ncoton llnlorilt to tho hoard of
trustees at the next Hireling nn O
SITUATION JEW SEHIDUS
CHOLERA CONTINUES TO SPREAD
IN THC FAR EAST.
Total Number of Victims Is 83013 and
Ciosslng Amur River Means
SI. l'ttersbuig Sept. 10 The clul
era epidemic which oilglnatlng in
Southern Russia aud has claimed al
ready upwnids of 100000 victims Is
Btretehlng Ita way aeiosa Asiatic llus
si.i and today it is officially declared
It Is threatening tho l'rovlnco of Amili
In Southeust Siberia sepatntod only
by tho Amur ltlver Ironi .Manchuria.
Tho total number of deaths for tho
season is 8J0i:i.
Card of Thanks.
I deslro to oxtend my sincere thauks
to the Continental and thu Spring
I'eld 1". & M. Insiirnnca companies
.eprosouted by S II IHlei for their
piuinpl betlloment and cash jiaymut
In full of amount of my Insurance on
in) dwelling and furnlturo recently
destroyed by lire also to tho repiu
"tntatlves of said con panics Tor th dr
PIG MRS. SALLli: TIlllUUNC
Mrs. Herndon Returned.
Mrs. II A Ho iidiin has Just ro-
turnetl from thu Hastern markets
wheio sho purtliaseil a coirpleto lino
of tho latest Tall mill Winter mllll-
n i.v. Sho Is now located la hor now
qunrtera ono block north of Iho Green-
vl'lo Nnllona' Hxchango llink who
sho w II bo glad to welcomo her pi
irons mid will tako great pleasuru In
showing thorn tho latest Parisian
models o 17
Our I'no was nevor moru complolu
than It Is now. 11. p. Joiios.
Ladles' Seminary Diocese of Chi-
BIliiB I CI
BJ H Q ffi u
Statu H H n H
nisi I u
First Showing of High-
Class Clothing of Charac-
ter For Men.
It's n tlPllRht to Fee Hip rich new Su'ts for fall and a
hnmlsointir line cannot be seen than the one wo aro showing
now. Most of thase elegant Suits aro
KMIOM tnu. A Cll
i MS 0 M.
Wo Invite sou to come and tuko a look at the now Tall
stiles STYLES that aro Exclusive und PRICES that aro
RIOIIT and Shoes that w II VEAR
'8he Mercer Shoe Co.
WE SELL TAY STOCKINGS FOR CHILDREN.
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y ' The Lasi
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fr(rOrXrHr X - CCO - Xr - XX -
i Pure Ribbon
Old Phono 140
which Insure the moat
porfect garments. Men
who admire stylo nnd ox-
oluslvonesa In clothes al-
. ways seloct n Schloss
modal thoy nro so differ-
ent from others broad
shapely shoulders and
most perfect fitting col-
lam. As to tho mntortals
wo havu nn unlimited va-
riety In the plaids chock
solid nnd many handsoino
Slrlpos In tho blue gray
greoii tau. black and
yulte a number of hand
somp browns. Do not
overlook tho fact that
those aro all hand finish-
ed nnd tho materials tin
most nccopted for fall.
IVo wnut ynu to como In
nnd sue this lino even If
you aro not ready to buy
now wo can savo you
monay. No matter what
alio man you are wo havo
a suit hero thnt will lit
jou ns If matlo to your or-
der tho tall tho slim nnd
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IT'8 SOMEWHAT JARRINQ
!n find that after you bars completed
building that the lumber used of
poor quality and probably not sea-
sonal at that.
Avoid UklDg any such chances b;
patronizing this yard and you cas
rent assumd that you will not jut
what you order
of tho Season.
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