The Greenville Morning Herald. (Greenville, Tex.), Vol. 20, No. 92, Ed. 1, Friday, December 16, 1910 Page: 1 of 4
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GREENVILLE. TEXAS. FRIDAY MORNING. DECEMBER 16. J9I0.--4 PAGEs"
If jou hate not made up jour mind nhnt to give lor
Christmas let us help jou suggest:
.FLOWS IN CHICAGO
CLASH BETWEEN GARMENT
WORKERS AND POLICE.
SUIT OF CLOTHES
THIS LIST COMES IN CHRISTMAS BOXES!
MUFFLERS Silk or Knit
FANCY COLLAR SETS
And many other tilings loo numerous to mention. Wo
liavo complete stock In every department. It Is a plcasuru
to help suggest.
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The Best Judge of Mea.ts
CANT COMPLAIN ABOUT OUR QUALITY.
M.'n'r'L'l.wT'lV1"-. W Bolect ouly llle ver' Pr'mest stock and
V rVsult ls lla' our customers always receive tho tinest ten-
deiest Jiileest cuts.
"ORDER AN ORDER" ONE TRIAL CONVINCES.
J. O. HAYTER & SON
Phones Prompt Delivery
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I Wfak. MERRY A i
kill CHRIgTMflylJ I
Officers Declare That the Assault Was
Ent.rely Unprovoked Allege
Strikers Were Agjjressors.
Chicago Dec. 15. In a clash be-
tween striking garment workers and
policu today one woman was shot
dead another fatally wounded and
soicrnl combatants on both sides ser-
Non-union tnllurs cmploied by 11
Kuppeiiheliiier & Co. were being es-
corted to a shop and had been .is
sailed by the strikers.
C'nr nee Wernicke one ot the lo
lleo injured maj die. Mark l.lnge-
wels a striker shot through the lungs1
by one or the police guards of tho I
non-union wurkeis ls lejunted d.Ung
Policeman Albert Wlngo was beat
en about tho head so severely ho was
unable to loiurn to tho pollco station
for niedlclnl attention.
The ultra was retried to lnsiee
tor Healy by tho injured policemen
as an unprovoked assault. The guards
said they were standing on tho coi-
ner wnen ten or cloven strikers ap-
proached and asked what they weio
doing. The pollco rove.iled their Iden
tity whereupon they assert the
strikers began tho attack aided t
others who lushed to tho scene Im-
mediately. Police reserves stationed
at the garment factory le.sciicd their
Only ono ariest lias been minis.
SuiRo.mt Nngle ono of tho rescuing
force caugh and held Sanislnus
roice caught and held Sanlslous
injuiod policeman as ono of their
When the pollco drew their weap-
ons the strikers lied. Many of tho
strikers were armed with home-made
billies composed of a chunk of lead
at the end ot a short thong and with
these they assailed the policemen so
saiegely. accoidlng to the story told
that the guards weio unablo to draw
any weapons until they had been
clubbed dow n.
More stringent ordeis were Issued
Immediately governing imlico policy
in rioting. The gist of tho new In
structions Is that when weapons rals
eu in noting tno policemen aro to
ROBIN COOPER MARRIED.
The Bride Is Daughter of President
of L and N. Road.
Louisville K Dee. 10. Miss Kin
l.eo Smith daughter ot President Mli-
lou II. Smith ot tho Louisville and
Nashville railroad was married bote
tills evening at the home or her par-
ents to lloblu Cooper ot Nashville
Tenn. Utter In tho evening Mr. mm
Mrs. Cooper left for New Orleans
whence they will sail for Panama De-
ROBBER TORTURC3 WOMAN.
Fiendish Crime li Committed In Fris-
co Amount of Loot Small.
San l'rnnclsco Cal. lx-c. IB. After
lorlurliiK u woman for nn hour prick-
ing her throat with n dngRer and
threatening her with Immediate- death
a robber last night gained possession
of (23 and a diamond brooch and cs
caped. Ills victim was Mrs. Ituiiu Fa.
bulot wire of a Jowelor. Tho thiol
broke Into her room heal her dinner-
elfiilly (led her to n bed nml then lie.
The case of young Coupor who with gan Hushing his dagger nnd demand-
ills rather Col. Duncan II. Cooper
was charged with tho murdei of e-
Scnnlor lldward W. Cnrmack In Nash-
vlllo two years ago was lecentlj dis
missed and u petition to set nsldc the
dismissal wns denleld by the court
Col. Cooper was convicted of the innr
dor. lint wns pardoned by Governor
TWELVE MINERS BURIED
ANOTHER MINE HORROR OCCURS
THIS TIME IN COLORADO.
Flre Starts as Result of An Explosion.
Imprisoned Make Desperate At.
tempt to Gain Freedom.
Denver Colo. Dee. 15. Twelve men
den Coal company at Lev den Colo.
dor Coal compjii at leyden Colo.
louileen miles west of Denver. 'Ihu
winkings are on ilie. The Hie Btnited
about y o'clock last nlglu the rusult
of nu explosion ami the timbering oi
tho shaft was ablne In a moment
cutting oft escape In that way.
Shaft No. 1 Is sopaiuted fioni shall
No. 3 by a narrow wall. A lescuo
party was endeavoring earl) today to
bleak down tho wull and the twelve
Impilsonoil men cmi d bo licuid wink
ing madly in their on"orls to gain lice
There is no hope of stopping the
llro at present and every effoit Is be
lug made to gain un enlianco to the
entombed men IhioiiRh Bbaft No. 1.
lug her money. When the robber lclt
he told Mrs. rnlmlot ho would send
some one to release her. Alter nn In-
terval the Janitor of tho house. Albeit
Ttisch caiue In unbound the woman
and then summoned tho police. Tnach
himself wiir arrested.
Mis Pnhulot was taken to a hos-pltnl.
IMPOSING CEREMONIES MARK
ELEVATION OF REV. TEMPLC.
Two Rescued From Greeno Mine
niiieileld V. Va. Dec. 15. Two oi
tho men entombed in tho Oreeno mine
cxploslun at Tacoina Vn csterday.
emerged fiom It today alive.
ROADS FOR ARBITRATION.
Is Forty Years Old and the Younnett
Bishop In the
Waco Tex. Dec. 15. Hov. Kdward
Aithur Temple foimerly of Front
Huynl Vn. and for tho past flvo years
tuetor ot St. Paul's Protestant Episco-
pal church In this city was this mom
lug couseeinted bishop of I lie North
Toxus Mlaslonniy diocese which In-
cludes tho vast Panhandle region.
Ituv. Temple la fnity years old and
Is the youngest bishop In this church.
Tho cciemoiiy was very Imposing
Theie wolo many visiting pielatos
piesmit Including llov. D. S. Ttlttle
presiding (bishop ot thn l'rutcslnnl
llptscopiil eliurch In tho United Slatuu
mid bishop or Missouri; lllshops A. C.
(Inrrctt of Dillas and .l.iiuen H. John-
son of San Antonio F IC. llrook
bishop of Oklahoma P. A. Mlllspaugb
bishop of Kansas and Rcorgv II. Kiln-
solving blsliop of Tuxns.
Dr. Temple has not yet selected tho
place of residence in tho new diocese
New neckwear silk and knit milt
Hers for Xmas glft at Murphy's.
use nn Iron hand In suppressing tho Havc Appealed to 'Com. Neill and
? If CSf
Our Haberdashery Department Is aglow
with choice and exclusive creations that
would in.ike the most appropriate of Christ-
inas Cilfru for any Man any Young Man or
Neckwear (iloves Shirts Night Ilobes
and Pajamas House Coats Hath Itohes
Hosiery Collars nnd Curfs Mufflers Shirt
Protectors Suspenders Umbrellas Under-
wear Handkerchiefs IJtc. Utc.
Our Haberd.iBhery Is not the kind that
confronts you ovory where.
Wo show exclusive styles from tho host
Toggery that will be appreciated because
It bIiowb Its caste at a glance.
disorder. Heretofore the Instructions
have been to use as llltlo forco as
The rioter killed bad felled Police-
man W'crnocko with a single blow ot
his bllllo and was nbout to do like-
wise with others of tho police guards
when ho wns shot. Ho was Identified
as V Nogareckls a formor employe
of II. Kupperhelmor.
Wornccko was one of Assistant
Chief Schuetler'a famous "Plying
Squadron" of detectives which several
Sears ngo engaged In notable man
hunts chief of which was that or tin
"car barn bandits."
Chicago Dec. 15. The Western rail
loads have appealed to United Stales
Commissioner of I.almi Chas p. JSolli
and to Chaltman .Martin Knapp of the
interstate commerce commission to
net as medllators In 'tho wage contro
versy between the railroads ami the
Ilrotheihood of Locomotive Diglnoeis.
This was learned today from an nu
Oct him n (Illicit Snfuty itazor for
Xiuas at Ford At Pennington.
Pay n llttlu difference and got the
(iieeiivlllo mado btan nnd shorts It
has 25 cents moie feeding vnlue.
AMBASSADOR DENIES CAPTIVES
WERE PUT TO THE SWORD.
Reports Put Out by Rebels to Exelto
Washington Dee. 13. Ileporls from
Chihuahua .Mexico that Ueneinl Nn-
vniro the commander ot thu govern
luent fui ccs had given ordeis that nu
pilsonerB weio to ho taken has minis
ul tho Indignation of Scnor Da l.t
nan a Mexican ainbass.idor u this
city. Ho declared toda) that the state
ments that the gouTiinienl'B tumps
weio ruthlessly bajonottlng till cup-
lives were absolutel undue.
"1 cauiiot too uinphallcally deny tile
accusations ot these statements' ho
said. "Tlio souice fiom which they
mine should very propoily cast suspl
cum on them It Is ipille plnln that
they aio put out by the robots hi a
last desperate elfort to evelte sjuipn-
ihj on the part or tho Ameileali peo-
ple. "The halo lost in battle aro tin
able longer to conceul llio falsltv ot
their stateuionls as to fictitious vic
tories that they liavo been uttering
nnd urn now ililven to this l.iBt ox-
pcdluiit. 1 am sine this will bo of no
uv nil to them when thu American peo
ple consider the souico o( tho nllegod
dustiuo A. Madero the lopiuseutii
live In Washliiglun o! tlio Muxlcan lev
oliitlonlsts today made the followlnn
"Telegraphic advices leeelved last
night fiom tho scene of Suuda's bat
tie near Cerio Prletu tunllim In ov-
ory detail tho account of tho special
roi respondent of tlio Associated Piosh
oven to Iho killing or the wounded
and prlsonoiH ot Navnrio's men. Wo
ale led to bellolo that thcio are cer-
tain lullroad men who aio on the spot
nnd who will tostlry to this outrage
lUiKifs of wlilcli shoitly will leach
Candy chilli oyster slew at lloost
er club Hatuiday served by lliu Kou
ililck Dje girls.
Your filend will nppreclato a nice
Fountain Pen for Xmaii (Jet It nom
Ford k Pennington
GERMAN SHIP SINKS.
ltnlko's for ladies writing desks. J
Halite's for library tnblcB. I X
Prices Always Moderate
Of Style and
You should not loss sight of the flexible welt soles during
the long continued dry weathur Tho rainy season. Is coming
and the (old wintry weather demand more substantial Shoes.
We have made a specllal effort to procure the most comfort-
able and most durable Shoo for the lady who does her own
work at home or tho lady who walks the streets to and from
their dally work llrlng to us all your foot troubles let them
be largo or small we will gladly diagnose the case and euro
Greenville Shoe Co.
BANKERS MEET IN DALLAS.
The Date of the Convention Is Set
For May 10-18 Next Year.
Austin Tox. Dec. 15 Tlio dates for
tho holding of tho next annual con-
vention of the Texas Ilankois' asso-
ciation and also the plnte. liavo been
definitely determined. Tho conven-
tion is to bo held nt Dallas on May
1C-18. There aro 1125 members oi
the Texas association and It ls ex-
pected that there wllll bo over 1.U0U
members of tho association In attend-
nnco at tho convention. W. II Fun.ua
of Amarlllo is president Thos. F.
Itodgcrs of Colllnsville l treasurer
and J. W. Hoopes ot Austin is tlio sec
retary. Theio aro besides seven vl(e
Announcement has also been made
of the dates for tho holding of the
seven district conventions thcio bo
Ing seven districts comprising the
slato association. The dates of the
district conventions and tho places are
Fifth District At Dallas on Fobru-
Fourth District At Hlllsboro on
Third District At Austin on Febru
ary H. '
Socond District At Sail Antonio on
Sixth District At lirady on Kohru
Seventh District At Fori Worth on
Washington birthday February is.
Prominent bankers from all aver the
United States are expected to be In
attendance at both tho district aim
The Passengers and Crew Were All
London Dec. 10. Tho Herman
stuamor Palermo lu a total wieek oh
Capo Coirubodo on the west coast of
(lalacla Spain. Her flvo' passengers
and crew ot nineteen weio lost.
Advices received today stale that
tho vessel struck and wont to pieces
during a fleieo gale last Sunila night
We are busy but want moro bind
noss. lamest prices on rugs luce
curtains etc J. W. Sinclair.
ltnlko's tor cook stovo-llno.
We halo leeelved n linen
shipment of (Miiluiimiu li DM
('aids. Tugs Slickers also havo
the Christmas Tree Decorations
such as dolla hearts and other
Ho sure nud see our slock ot
Christmas Hulk nnd Hox Can-
dles before you buy.
Our prices tiro In loucii of nil
Gieenvill. Confectionery Co
ALBERT TI8CHMACHER MBr
West l.ec St Hon Phones
lleniillful Christmas Hooks ot
every description Fiction Poo-
try and Juvenile (lift llooki.
Complete lino of Harrison I'IrIi.
X er's latest work.
j- Kino lino of Candles In opec-
X Inl boxes for Christmas (lirtu
.J. Iluylor's Whlliiiuu's nnd Klng'i
v best In tho world. Prices from
X GOo to $ 1 000.
Now Is tlio t tno you uro wandering what to give tot us
assist jou In nuililng your seleouon. A larger stock n moro
complete showing of nil that's dosimhlo for gltts onnnot no
found than wo show. You
can select here gifts Hint
mery member of the family
will appreciate llogln your
shopping early as tho
crowds will be smaller nnd
the assortment better. Wo
Rive hero only a small list
of tho many things we show:
Women's fancy hose black
nnd colorB at f()c
Fine blnck silk hose nt per
pair ?t.46 Olid St. 05
Sntln coat hnngciB sevornl
el". t S1.75
Hand hags many styles nt
Neckwear In all tho lending styles lnce collars and Jabow
fancy storks elo. c Goo lo Sl.00
Wool glowis. nny kinds at 85c to rjyc
Stationery In pretty bines ut 28a to.... SI. 00
Now boltB In thu elastic- and pamlnn erreot pretty buckles nt
00c to SI. 00
Men's fancy nnd plain black hose etrn vsluos nt I5c and 5O0
Mulfloi in tlio knit nnd silk nt BOc and 70
llnwoH hats bosl stylos nt iuv
Hiwiv supportoi'B plain and Taney nt S5o and 5(jc
Head senrfs in tlio plain and pcrsllau 1I0I1 stylos nt t8o to J)S''
lltindkorchlofs In tho plain embroidery and luce edges many
stylos nt 10c lfio. SBo nnd ......rjoe
Y oiiibrolduiy Imudkerclilets in fanny box at per box Sl.BO
Suit cmos lu Imltntlou and tine leather nt 1.(S0 to.... $11 .50
Hold eutr billions and plus nt pr sot ...-50o
Combination suspenders nnd Ito for men at 750
Men's nookwear in nil the bast styles nml shades at 36o nud 500
Men's Slnchn gloves se:f stitched at 98o lo SSl.r0
I'Ull lliio of doinostle nnd Im-
ported clgnrs In boxes ot Hi 25
HO nnd 100.
Holly cards seals and boxca
to iniilio jour presents look
prettier post enrds and book
Lindley Johnson's f
Celebrated Parker Fountain Pon X
..in. a iu uuiuuuiujh. r ..
STRIKE ENDED YESTERDAY.
1 tako pleasure lu Infurnilnc
my friends tbnt on Jan 1st 1
will rcmoio my millinery Btoro
to The Fair nnd to reduce my
slot'' beginning Monday Dee.
Gth I will offer all
ot which I Still have a nice
There will bo some attractive
bargains lu millinery Tbotu
who attend this sale first will
secure the best.
Jones Pays The Freight"
Make your Xmas selections now as our goous aro goli.g
fast. Nothing makes a better gift than a useful urtlclo In tlio
rurnlturo line. For tho best of picture framing see us.
R. F. JONES
Furniture Funeral Director
I BUY YOUR f
I HARBUCK & SOPS. I
NEW RALSTON DREAFFA8T FOOD
QRIFFIN BEEDLE88 HAI8IN8
FRUIT CAKEB ALL SIZES
AND EVERYTHING IN GOOD THINGS TO EAT
Our three delivery wagons Insures prompt sol vice.
Fifty Thousand Men Were Alfected by
1-ondon Dec. IE. The bollurmakers'
lociout affecting BO.OOO men In the
vards of tho bu.jbulldlng Kinployers
Federation ended today with tho ac '
eptance by the men of the terms f
made by tho emplojers. The yard j y possibilities
will re-opou tomorrow.
Vadda : 4Jii H:
ADSOLUTCLY PURE COMB HONEY TROM SOUTH TEXA9
IN TVO TWO AND A HALF FIVE AND TEN POUND PAILS.
CLT IT WHILE IT LA8T8.
Svipply Limited OrderNow
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The lockout was Instituted on Sop-i atop In and see our
tember 2 following
n prlcei. j '
line of X I y
irtlcles. I i
Mko It a point to learn tho 51 ?
m 4 Z
TTON SEED MEAL
IU' Wr.eS'.T. vabTVXnTt sz
or Hogs will reduce your feu) bill and Klve belter re.uu
Chase & Sanborn's Coffee
all oiiADtB of corr;e has advanced in price
AU0UT 81. CLNT& PER POUND BUT WE ARE 8ELLINQ
AT THE OLD PRICE YET.
PECANS TEN CENTS PER POUND FOR A FEW DAYS.
of this stnrA
' Drugs In value and I;
Sundrloi and Toilet Articles
a strike of the)?
.(ni.a ..(..i.liiiil nt ltut vnllfr ntll.li A iltrxttsn miu i-nmn
YnrdB at NowcastbOu-'ryno. a SHOW GOODS. X I J
You need not wait longer for you.-1 f ff J
tailored suit or dress we have cutj fi. SlfllrV Ort Ti
the price K off our regular low price f. " I U III II U I ill
-Murphy-Miller Co. WJ Ul UU UUl '
Jut received new style SteUon and V Flr8t Vot West of Postof tici. y y
Star bats at Murphy's. How about I ? We carry the Celebrate J 5 &
Cotton Seed Hulls
have more nutritive value than common nsy
which costs 60 per ciot more is moro coj.
venlent to handle Is perfectly fue from dust or
foreign matter and Is healthful nnd sppetlilng
The Mixed Feed
forms a "lialanrcd Itstlon" giving better ro.
stills Inrroased milk and butler production In
STi!'. '." ff""11' Fxt Bere"' conation
In all animals thrn any other feed in tbe world.
ono for Xmas?
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Greenville Cotton Oil Mill
l '' ' ' ' ' Wll millJl. LIJH ' " '4- 4 1
Preparing for lunch
V 1 an supply you with ui! klmU of t .nc such as Hac
canMius Chociilulu Fingers Fng Newluns iwnanut Hufut and'
many 01 her kinds Phono us jour wsuU
Weyrich'-s Bakery ;
Use 'Holsom Loaf
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