The Greenville Morning Herald. (Greenville, Tex.), Vol. 20, No. 66, Ed. 1, Wednesday, November 16, 1910 Page: 1 of 4
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GREENVILLE. TEXAS WEDNESDAY MORNING NOVEMBER 16
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me Boys in ! own
fi yay w
1CC1C ta.it co
Wo want to number
ovcry boy In town
among our friends. Tho
best way to show our
friendship Is to havo
each one ot jou woar-
)ng a Hudspeth &
Spurlock Suit because
we know wo are doing
euch nnd eery parcnl
a good turn nnd wo
aru malting a futuro
customer nnd friend ot
ovcry boy "Tho boy Is
rather to tho -Man."
Como In bojs and
bco these now c'othes
try thorn on lool; at tho
little features designed
to pleaso you all the
new shades In brown
gray full Knickerbock-
er pants hair cloth
fronts well padded
S3.50 to SIO
JUST RECEIVED A NICE LOT OF
YOUNG ilfMf BUILTV
COURT ACTION IN TENNESSEE
ENDS CARMACK CASE.
MEETING OF COMMITTEE.
One of the Mott Noted Cases In the
State Drought to a
Tho character of a .Man's Clothes
alvvnjb has a wonderful effect on hW
peaco of mind.
To tLe Man Ins'do of comfortable
porfect fitting C othes tho worli
looks bright nnd ho 1b at peace.
To tho Man Inside of 111 fitting
pooily made Clothes the woild looks
ilbgrunt'ed and he knows no peace.
Wo have no disnppointineuts in
stora for the Men wo Clotho and
t lime's not n "sting" In n garment
Peace and contentment go with
Suits at ?15 20 to $30
Overcoats at 115.00 to J30
Hoys' Suits at $5 00 to $12.50
I SMI ' l-i.1"V
X -'I fflSj.WIWl -
M - I u.
A Shoo As Good As Its Name."
Dp )ou realize tin no d of a bpttor grade of School aioe3
for jour boy or girl Our School 3kpes in faot our Children'
Shpo Departmout Is tho prTTo
o lour shoo business. It is so
easy to gel Just tho kind of
Shoes jour boy or girl needs
for tho rough kicks nnJ hard
knocks on the romping school
boys and girls. Our "Kick !!-
Hard" School Shoes for boys
arq winners Once worn ou
will como back for the next
pair. Prices 125 to. ...$3.00
A complete line of Bootees for
tbo misses. Uettur shoes at Baiue price here.
Greenville Shoe Co.
NnshWllo Tenn. Nov. IS. Uohln II
Cooper rharged with tho murder oi
Senator Kdwnrd Ward CarnuUc was
gUen a verdict ot not guilty in tho
criminal court this morning on recom-
mendation ot Attorney General A. 11.
Andoison. Thus was brought to a
closo the final chapter In one ot tho
most cclebintea cases known to the
annuls of tho court of Tennessee.
Itohlu Cooper cntne into the (ourt
loom fcome minutes before the lime
lor court to convene and took a seat
at the tabic behind the railing. About
half nil hour lntur his counsel Judge
J. 21. Anderson .Gouerul W. 11 Wash
Ington; Charles N. llurch. Judge M. 11.
Mceks and Judge J. C. llrndford en
tvrod thd couitrooui and took seats at
the table. Theru was no counsel as
socl.itcd with Attorney (Joneial Andei
son for tho state nnd ho'sitated In le
commending the crdlct of not guiltj
'that no human being had said out
word to him In connection with any
prosecution during tho two and one
halt months that ho has been lUtornei
Vernon H. Sharp clerk of tbo crhn
lual court called tho case of ltobln J.
Cooper about 9:30 o'clock after ho
ral minor matters had been before
Attorney General Anderson slnlcu
that ho would lll.o to havo a Jury for
tho disposition of this caso and Jury
So. 1 was called. The twole men IP-
ed Into tho Jury box. There was com
pleto silence in tho courtiuom as the
attornoy general aroso to address th
court nnd said that ho had a rccom
lnendatlou In this case to nuiKo to the
'Your honor Is probably familial
with this case" said the attorney gen
eral. "Tills dcefiulant Colonel Dun
can II Coop r and John Sha p weio
Indlctod Jolntlj foi the inmdei of Sen
ator Cauuack Iho c.n.o came up tor
trial and rebultcd in tho acquittal ot
Sharp. Colonel Cooper and this de-
fendant woro found gui.ty ot murde.
in the Ilrst Uegroe. Tho supremo
court affirmed tho ciso ot Colonel
Cooper but as to this defendant thero
was a reversal."
Judgo A. II. Nell thou stated to tho
Jury that in viow of tho btatemont oi
the attorney genoral tho sworn olllc-
or of tho bt.itc und In vlow of tho
further fact that thero Is no further
effort inado to prosecute the casu tho
Jury would return a verdict of not
guiltj' which was accordingly done.
Counsol for the dofenso had noth-
ing to sa during tho proceedings and
at Uio conclusion General Washing
ton arose and stated to tho couit that I
Date of City Primary Set For Feb
The democratic cltj executive com
mlttco met ycBicrtlny moinlug nt 10
o'clock nt Huiko's furniture store with
Chairman Uradlej nnd committeemen
Jolt Campbell and Krank lljdo pro
out. After some discussion It was do
cldod to hold the city primary elec-
tion on February 4th 1911 to nomi-
nate n city attorncj tltj tax bbwm-so-
J. A. Phillips was appointed to hii'A
o.oetlon at tho Messenger office lor
Ward No. 1; Thos. l- Ilngsdale Vvnrd
No. 2 at Physicians K. Surgeons hos-
pital and No S .nt City Hall j y.
Long to p'cslde.
The test decldtd upon K ns follows-
"1 affirm that 1 am a I'.emociat mm
supported tho nominees ot the party
at the last state elootl'jti uid will suy
ion the nominees. jf thl primary.
'I he mtetlng thqrn aitjoumed.
JTHE MO m W
ENCD ax MORRiaSh
Msun Uk..( .- .. ..
' ' """ -r.e Hasscll De'v
er' l"to Which Wallace
and McDr.ad npondi
FEARS WBRJflTH JAPS
UCUICVES WILL START CONTEST
BEFORE CANAL 13 FINISHED.
A Neuro Woman snot Herself with
At 2 o'clock yosterday afternoon n
negio wtiinnn named Josslo Culborson
shot herself with a 8S calibro Colt's
pistol at nor homo on Kst Henry
street The bullet ontoiod Just above
the right bronst and went through
Iho body .lodging at tho bottom dgo
nt the right sliouhlur blade against
The woman was nt homo ulono anu
had on i gown only when parties
toadied her ns she was propured tor
the death sho thought was nwaltlng
Her husband who la n barber was
tit his place ot buslnnsB.
The pistol hot aroused n numbai
Have High Regard For Our Navy But
Look on Army As
New York Nov. IS. 11 11 ltogois
son ot tho late Standard Oil Iliunrler
whose bobby Is the stud) of mlllturj
affairs has Just returned to New York
from a long trip of obsenallon In the
.irmj tuileis of Trance and Geimnuj
llu brought homo with him tho un-
pleasant prediction that Japan will
provoke a wai with the United States
sumo tlmo befoie the Panama canal is
opcued for business.
Thl3 Is not only tho belief ot Mr.
Itoseis but is the consensus of opin-
ion ho saj s of tho military men w hum
ho met during his Walt of seven
.Mi. Itogors Is.a captain in the
Twentj-sccond regiment ot tho Na
tlonal Guard ot New York and u mill
tary enthusiast. Whllo abroad by
talked with olflccis ot tho lowest
ranks to tho highest and found them
all of tho belief that the United States
would be badly beaten In tho light.
Summing up what ho -had gleunoJ
abioad Mr. ltogcrs bujs:
"Thoj hau a high regard in i:nrop
Jor the strength und the clover light
nig ability ot our navj and so hao
tho Japanese but they look upon oui
anny as n Joke."
MEETING AT PENIEL.
Was Opened Yesterday Mornlnn With
Sermon by President McBrlde.
At 10 o'clock jesterday morning tho
Texas Holiness Association met nt Pe
nlol and was opened with a bermon r.1 l.VT. .
by President J u Mcllrido f51a88'a correctly lilted to the or"
uy i resiueni j. u. .iiciiruie. esc8 Brona aml liUlo whUo yo
SUPREMC COURT RULES AQAINST
OKLAHOMA CITY IN CONTEST.
f Xf uv. IS. Tho ltirt
Ithur luiiKirvemout Association Is In
sesKlon lu u s city. Tho mtethiK
am being. j.loJll al u k8. bumnK
comer ot fiouston nnd Walnut stroots
Amoiig thobo who havo already m-ilv
' d ium: Congressman .Morris Shop-
parrt prosldcnt: CoimrosBmn. ui.
AViUlacu ot Magnolia Ail..; Congrtas ut nKroe wh" rushed tu tho huiiso
""'" J- t. wntklns MIndcii 1.; dipt l0 """ nor sunenug g'eatlj. Slierlff
.VI. 1.. UnnYiill Ot.'.. . .. linttisnll ittu null.! n..l .. ..1..n.tl ...
...... umui'tuu Ll.( .Vlujtn "- " -.""-- " I I'lijmtiail
t'rnnk M. Korr Statu Unglnccr for nl80- " f0"1"1 t1"" oo chargo han
l.uitlsiuna New Otloana l:. U Smith I10011 "-lPcd the r.iihltlgo Tnlllng to
iviiHiiington Ark.; p yy. Hocks I oxpl"lle'
Davenport Tov Cupt. W. V. llabbon) Tl' ttollmn h.is onl been marled
thiovepoi'i i.a. Jorvuts Ixmibnid'l l "lo1111'' The tmlj rrnauit she give
assistant tt Major Kerr NVw Oileam1 tta8 'b'enuse."
l-i.. lluu. W. S. Goodwin Warren! I " '
Tho meeting was called to ordei I. ' RIJXH Rl F 111 THF
Co.i8.essm.il Mo-rls She.m..ni. UUHIIIIL IU I ML
.lfl.1t. M.l... .1.. 1 'I
...j.b uliv 0 niouting S f.
thu pu.puso ot dlbcusslug vva.v nnd
means or the mvlgntiou ot lied itlver
iiitiodmed Ur. T. A. Whaiton pastor
. i iirst iTcsuj terlau ehmcli of
Shot man who invoked tllvlno bless
ings on ti.o gathering.
Tho jddicss ot wolocmo In belmlf ..
tho cltj was dellveied by Major John
C. Wall and Judge Jeft W. HiisboII
did n like service for tho Sherman
'Jo theso Mddressos Concnxiniini
Minor Walluco and Hon. H. 1). McDun-
ahl of Paris responded.
This afternoon Piesldeut Morils
Shepp.ud dellveied an address oa the
subject. "Why tho lied Itlver Improve
nieiit Abi-oclalion was OrganUed and
What It Should do." .
Tho committee on ciedentlals was
appointed as follows: 11. l.. Hall
Sherman; G. W. Pittiuun Doulson n'
If. Hnglaiid I'm Is.
Andrew Handcll nn.iounced that
liinili would bo sonod down htnlrs In
tho building at recess and all dele-
gates and nieniheis weio invllul to
participate. Tho invitation was gen-
The proginm tomorrow Is ns fol
Addross Th0 Actual Navigation of
lied Itlver and tho Means by Which
It May bo Socured" Hon. J. T. Witt
kins M. C Mlndon La ; Discussion
lid by C A. S.infoid Sherman Tux.
Address "Tho Formation of a Ited
Ulvor Uoat Company' discussion led
by Hon. W S. Ooodwlu Warren
Aik. and J. V. IHtor Shorinan Tex
Koporis of Coinmlttecs Tiansactlou
of buslnpss including election of of
ficers and solectlon of place of meoi
lug lo. noT j ear Adjou.iinie.it
Styles That Are
Election Declared Void Because of
Defects In Title of the
Guthrie Okla Nov. 15. Oklahoma
City lost tho slitto capital fight today
when tho supremo court decided the
bent of the HtiUo government must
remain In Guthile.
Tho couit hold that tho oleclluu on
Iho nuiciidmont to loiuovo tho capital
to Oklahoma City wna void hecauso
Uf defects lu tho title ot tbo ballot.
Don't forg"t that Nov 22 at 3;'J0
them will bo given away free a $27.50
'Ilooalor Kitchen cablnut llalko'a Pur
You will appieclalti tboeo now styles
lif latllos and misses winpa. McDrltlo
Tho lost of tho day vvns spent In
appointing committees .reception ot
UV.VU.U.UB tu vuw. t v. -""'H jnpmbers mid uilscolleanous business
inuj; wuuiu iuiiiu i iy uviutuuuv uii'
tlio courtroom with bis counsol
E IE THE
COWBOYS POURING INTO TOWN
TO MEET THEM.
Countryside at Rock Springs AroUscJ
by umor'That Armed Mexicans
ltock Springs Tex Nov. IS. As ono
result ot tho report that a body oi
upon this town cow boys and ranch-
300 armed Mexicans are marchliig
men from tho suirouudlng couutrj
armed with rltles and rovolvers aro
pouilng Into Hock Spilngs this morn-
ing bj tho score. 'Iho lanch people
of this section are so anxious for a
combat with the Mexican "army;.' they
will start oa tbo march to meet tho
Sheriff Is Ready.
San Antonio .Tex. Noy. 15. Loug
distance telephone odvjcos from Sher-
iff O C. Pope ot Kdwards county this
morning aro to the effect that ho has
an armed forco reay to jneet the
band of MoxlcdUB reported to bo
marching from Del ltlo to Upck
Springs tho Bceno of tho Uodrlguei
i:erybody at Hock Springs Is on
guard hut no Mexicans liuyo appeared
dovornor Campbell will order tho
State Itapg.rs and militia ho.e if
necessary. Dol Jtlo authorities today
donled knowledge of any Mexicans
headed toward Hock Springs.
At night thero was a praise service
and preaching. Thoio Is uiilto a large
attendance and tho meetings will con-
tlnuo all ot this week
Tho program for today Is as follows:
S:20 a. m. lllblo study.
9:00 a. in. Genoral business.
31 a. m. Preaching.
1.30 p. in. Genoral business.
3:00 p. in. Orphanage lepurt und
nddiess by Goo. McCoIlough.
7:00 p. in Pralso service and
wait. Dr. M. Dcskow Optician. '
j! "JONES PAYS THE FREIGHT"
( OF ODD DRESSERS DRESS'
: INQ TABLES CHIFFONIERS
l. AND CHIFFERODE8 111 nil (In-
L Ishes and. at prices that can't bo
Wo aro In receipt of n flue
sh'pment of Chocolate Creams
Chocolata Chliu Peanut and
Cocoanut C.iutlies. Also wo
have a rino stock ot Tlinrha
giving Cards. Wo cater to tho
ladles' and chlllion's trade.
Albert TlBcluniclior .Manngor
West of Postofflco.
Now Tolcpliono No. 37-72
IWhon you select a Hat
jfrom our Millinery do-
partincnt or have ono
made thoro you ara as-
sured ot getting nn ot-
clualvo model ono that H
rich nnd bpcoralng. Let
our Mllllnors assist you
in selecting n. Hat thli
fall wo know you will b
We show some unusually
rich styles. Tho largo
slmpos trimmed with tho
rich plumes and fanov
feathers protty winter
flowors. Those coma low
over tho faco and nro ex-
In Street Hats
You will find a largo variety from which to choose Hie smalt
turbans mushroom shapes and tho medium vvldo- brim trimmed
high with the fancy feathers bows and foatbors In velvot
llk etc. 'Iho best Bhndos too aro shown. You will nppru-
elalo thoso hatB for thoy nro unusually stylish.
Misses and Children's
Wo mnko a specialty ot children's HatB wo show quite 8
largo variety all ready trimmed and many untrlmmcd shabo3
that will pleaso jou.
HT 111 9Tn tl ' bTw Ci
HhuH HHn hii wf flv i3
I North Texas j
I Realty Co. I
Mnko It a point to learn tho
possibilities of this store
Hrugs in vnluo and in prlcoi.
Stop lu and sea our lino ot ?
Sundrlos and Toilet Articles. X
NEVER ANY TROUBLE TO X
SHOW GOODS. -J
oy yrug uo.
X rirst Door West ot Postofflco. '
!; Wo carry tho Celubratcl J
i Hess Lino of Stage .Make-Up J
'. nnd Koqulsltcs.
u e: mmti
f. FURNITURE. -f-
j; Tho host equipped Undertaker y
jr lu Hunt or adjoining couutbs y
FINE BOX AND BULK
ICxpress shipments iccolvoil
ovory few days llcmebor al
We Hve ?
Three Rangers Plenty Campbell
AUbtln Tex Nov. 15 Governor
Campboll has ordered tho company of
Statu Hangers at San Ilonlto to hurry
to Jtoclc Springs lu ylow of the
threatened raid thero by Mexicans.'
Offiro.s from adjoining counties aro
enrouto to Hock Springs The gov
ernor today oxprossed tho belief that
thero is little dangor of a battle and
believes three raugera can handla the
Large line of w omens and children
wraps Just received by express. Now.
est stylos. Molirldo.
J). S. Chandler tho furniture man
oxchangi's now for old pajs tbo top
for nw feathers etc
The quality you luo Is here..
Oyster CofktsU lCc $ ?oebn'a tf
This Is to notify our Menus
and patrons that wo have sold
our Orocery Iluslness to Messrs
Goode & Swift. Wo thank our
many cuatomere for tbo liberal
patronage glvon us through tbo
past two years. Hoping to con-
tlnuo to keep jour good will
; THREE DELIVERY WAGONS LOTS OF O.OOD ;!
I THINGS TO EAT PROMPT OELIVERY TRADE $
' WITH U8 AND DE HAPPY. '
I OR.R. LITTLE j
X";"";--W";i-X"-X"X-;-:"X""'.":" ; -X"'X"X"j"X-X"!
Ii tho n'ost cr-iiKiitrat' d and rldienl fond knun has more
thin ilirce times the nutritive value of f.rn or W t it Ilrnu
whllo its cost Is less than that of cither and foi r utile Horaen
or Hogs will rod ii io your fe-d bills and give better results
Cotton Seed Hulls
havo more nutritive value than common hay
which costs 50 per cent more is more co.i-
tcnlent to handle is perfectly free from duitor
foreign matter and Is healthful and appetising.
The EV2ixeti! Feed
formB a "Jialaaivd nation" giving better re-
sults Inrreawd milk and butter production In
Cows and in Flesh I "at and gereral condition
Ir all animals than any other feed In tho world.
reenvilie Cotton Oil Mil!
HA8 80ME OF THE CHOICE FARMS OF HUNT COUNTY
TOR 8ALE RANGING IN PRICE8 FROM $25.00 TO
$00.00 PER ACRE.
IF YOU WANT LAND SEE US. WE HAVE ANYTHINO
YOU WOULD WANT IN CITY PROPERTY.
WE WILL ALSO LOAN THE MONEY TO BUY WITH.
WRITE TIRE INSURANCE AND SURETY DOND8.
MAKE EXCHANGE DEAL8 A SPECIALTY.
Both 'Phono Connections. ; ?
i Fresh Oysters Daily Fresh Catfish
f Fridays at
! G. L. BURNETT
New Ctop Pecans
I JO Cents Per Pound .
; Moore & Jones
OldPhone 140 New Phono 140
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