The Denison Daily Herald. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 18, No. 88, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 25, 1906 Page: 1 of 8
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sute National Bank,
DENISON, TEXAS, THUBSDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1906.
C. H. COBB. J. J. M ALI
t r«atd«iit. Vice-
It. 8. I.KQATE. Caa
V. J. BRKNNAN. Asa't
National Bank of Denis
SURPLUS and PROFITS.. 100,'
J. J. McAlester. 11. Ketrensburi
W. B. Munson, c'. 8. Cobb,
A. 8. Burrow.*, P. J. lirennaik
J. B. McDougatl. K. 8. Legrate,
C. C. Jinks, W. K. Hlbbard,
NO INTEREST PAID ON
• GENERAL DEPOSITS.
OVER SCOREJF LIVES LOST
BIG TENEMENT HOUSE BURNS IN
KANSAS CITY, KAN.
Two Hundred People Aaleep in the Case of Texas Tram and Lumber Com
SUN TIME FOR THE COURTS
STATE SUPREME COURT REN-
DERS THE OPINION.
Building—List of Injured Num-
bers Close to Fifty.
B: ',. *
V\ ^ \
The Library <>C 'lit
University .of Tex
pany for Mandamus Against
a District Judge.
Kansas City, Me., Oct. 25.—More t A.ialln, Tex., Oct 25.—The Supreme
than a score of lives are believed to'fuurt of Tenant yesterday judicially
I have been lost In a fire that destroyed j tixed the legal court time in Texas as
the four-story Chamber of Commerce
building, used as a tenement house,
1 in the Rlvervle^ district of Kansas
City, Kaii., early today.
that indicated by the uu or kliown as
solar time, and that railroad or stand-
aid time does uof govern the courts.
Chief Justice Gaines wrote tlje opin-
Th* popularity of Mpddon's shoes is thriv-
ing beyond our expectations. The fact that
our shoe business Is growing so fast is wor-
thy of your attention; it Is plain to see that a
istantly growing business is one that is
going In the right direction and surely those
who go along with It are going in the right
direction too. The best can always be
I Judged by the demand for it.
When the fire broke out 200 imoplo <ion, in which he reviewed Ihe au-
were asleep in the building on the i ihorities, and said no conflict exists.
| three upper floors, which were occu-'Tl18 Texas Train' and Lumber Com-
l'ied by families and loditers. Thr walls ' ,,ai7 be?Urf8 a w, iL of "nandauiua
... .I,., , t against L. U. Hightower, judge of the
^ f the building were brick and stone ■ Sixtieth .ludiciul District, compelling
j and the floors aiid partitions wood. J hiin to enter u judgment upon a ver-
No register of the occupants was '<liot iu l;ivtu' ot the lumber company
kept and it is not huowu exactly how!1"'' u,v"luuble *'arcel ut laud iu Ui0
. . . . . —icity of Beaumont which had been sued
v hB H''I I f°r by the Texas aua N«w 'Cleans
estimates of the dead are based large-j Kail way Company
'Then. Ire fh™ i'' ! °u ,hu "ay of the term of the
Ihere ate three known dead. District Couit the jury brought in a
The injured number close to fifty,
half of whom are more or less seri-
ously injured. The known dead are:
ROBERT BURTON", stone masou.
verdict for the tram company at three
minutes past midnight standard of
railroad time, "which was at leaa^, fit-
teen minutes before twelve p. ml by
suu time," says the court. At the next
TO AWAIT FEDERAL COURTS'GIFTS FOR OLD SERVANTS
ANNOUNCEMENT BY GOV. HIG-
GINS IN PATRICK CASE.
H© Will Not Appoint a Medical Com-
mission or Take Other Action
at the Present Time.
New York. Oct. 24,— Governor llig-
gins will take no further action in the
case of Albert Patrick, coinlcted or
the murder of .Millionaire Rk'e, cither
by way of hearings, appointment of
a medical commission or anything
else, until alter the Federal courts
have rendered a final decision.
Announcement to this effect was
madu yesterday by Dr. Clark Bell,
president of the Medico-Legal Society'
Members of tho society interested in
tho scientific phase of the case had
presented a largo petition praying for
the appointment of a medical commit-
tee. This the governor, through his
counsel, E, VV. Huffcui, has refused to
do until the United Stales Supremo
Dr. Bell asks thai till action he sus-
pended by friends of the movement.
MRS. RUSSELL SAGE MAKES SEV-
Coachman Boss and His Son Given
$2,000 Each, and Three Female
New York, Oct. 23.—Mrs. Russell
!?ag« yesterday made several cash
gifts to the servants of the Sage
household or the fortune of almost
$100,000,000 lt>fi to her by her late
husband, who did not make any be-
Charles S. lioss, I lie coachman, who
has served the family for forty years,
received a cash present of $2,000. Wil-
liam Hoss, his son, also received $2-
Three female servants of the house-
hold, all of whom have records of ions
service, each received $2,000, and the
care-taker of the Sage town house on
Fifth avenue was given $1,000
Mrs. Sage is building a $4,000 cot-
tage for Charles Boss near the stablea
at Cedar Cross.
We show shoes in styles of the latest
I oreation; shoes up to the instant in every
>ect and atyles that are exclusive. We
none but the solid, honest kind to come
Into our stook; it makes no difference how
the prloe the shoe is solid throughout if
|fos get it at Madden's.
No wish to say right here, there is often
not much difference in the outward appear-
of two shoes. The difference is only
ivered whfen they are put to service,
.':7;'s ;■* \, \> ;
one wears well, the other goes wrong. If
you buy at Madden's you are sure of getting
the kind that wears frell. They are always
Ladies Shoes.. $1.25 to $5.00
Men's Shoes $1.50 to $5.00
Boy's Shoes... $1.25 to $3.00
les Shoes $1.00 to $2.50
m's Shoes 50c to $2.00
Is' Shoes 25c to $1.25
ONE PRICE-CASH THE PUCE TO BUY SHOES
At 8 nVI 1 ! fn ? t, te"n °r c'ourt ,le tram company asked
Imrnr fh one body, thai of a la. | for a judgment nunc pro tunc (ftow
ruinH-!fl>'- then), which was refused, >he
injure^! are: jjudse hold,w (hat th,; k,rm had f.
frmn i -fntally, dropped | pired and standard time Koverned. Of
tZrlfT policeman who this Judge Oalnes writes:
Mr nnrt atr« Tnl a q l ' We are of the opiuion that In tliis
verely burned Sparks, se- oonci„Blou of law the court errod. We
Arthur ni,iiJOP(, wo ao reason to doubt that, when the
oyer by hose wagon. may die l^^T ^
\.T. H. Branham. wafonmakrr. jump- ^ ^ ^ be« " af,d
eci from fourth floor; both legs frac- „ ' A?® trueft U1° at t>he ^ace of h°ld"
tuled b jSns the court la meant; and we under-
. J. Morley, Missouri Pacific tire,^ !" ??
mat., fractured thigh and scalp ' if, ™ "*d„bynthe >lch the
! woilnds passes tho meridian of the place
I Thomas Connor, blacksmith, severe- ""i ?"hltc(h " ,s t?„b* calculated, and
' ly btirned i ' I * 16 ° Jiassago at some
' B. \0. Erhart. fireman at Fowbera' i"!''" . Th'lt Lt're a Particular
! packing house, hands burned by slid-, ' ' . e'e ai® two measures of time,
line op rope. \ i°. rue ,lnje Hl tliat and
the other the time at
| i fireman; cut about body by falling Jjf' "ie "2 tliue at place of
McCauley, Missouri 1'aclflh ".,l" "luJf 'V'
place, the tr
holding a court must govern the hour
of its opening, waf
many years ngo."
i plnss i
| Frank Otterman, railway mail clerk, opening, wus decided in England
1 cut and bruised. ,
Mrs. .T. H. Rose, hands burned by! c.tes "ie English case
slidlns? on ropo from fourth floor.* i]?A°re "t poj'ohester the convening
Patrick Hurley, railroad laborer, was 10 o clock, and a clock in the
hip broken. court room was set to Oi-eenwlcli
Charles Cnrlin, engineer of the Nel- time. A case w>s called and judg-
son-Morris Packing Comapny, was j nfe|lt taken in a few minutes, and in
sick with typhoid fever on the third e'Sht minutes the attorney for the
| floor, ahd Is missing. looening side came into court and ask-
Fred Taft, the negro janitor, Is od for trial, he having been absent,
i missing. He nlone had a list of the Greenwich time was ten minutes fast-
i tenants and could tell who are miss- *"r' which gave the attorney two min-
i inp utes grace of true time. The court
! Mrs. Frances Perf?ueck, who lived overruled him, but was reversed by
I on the third floor, reports her hns- the Court, of Exchequer, and It made
, band and baby missinp. ! absolute that true time must govern.
The three upper floors of the build Another illustration used by Judge
Ing. which stood at the corner of Gaines was this;
Park and Central streets, in the Piv- To show tliut the proposition that
i erview district, were occupied a® a the railroad time at Beaumout because
tenement, and contained one hundred in general use there should govern is
rooms, many families living there, as not sound, it is only necessary to state
well as single lodgers. The fire broke it. 1n substance, in a different way.
(out on the ground floor, and before i The railroad time for the section In
| the inmates were awakened, all ave- which Texas is included is not the
nues of escape through the building j true time for the particular locality.
' were cut off. The firemen took most but the St. Louis time. So that the
! of the lodgers out with ladders, and proposition resolves itself into say-
| entering the smoke-filled halls and ing that because the people of Beriu-
j rooms, carried out thirty helpless mont have adopted in the conduct of
j people. The number of dead will not heir affairs the St. Louis time, when
j he known until "search Is made in tin t ie Legislature declared that the April
I rains. In the confusion, some persons errn of the Sixtieth Judicial District.
I have been reported missing who are . hould continue "until and Including
i probably safe; on the other hand the last Saturday in May," the end or
some may have perished of whom no the day should be determined bv the
( report has been made The house st. Louis time and not by the true
I was much patronized by railroad i time, namely—the mean solar time.
I trainmen. j H seems to os the proposition so
The building was owned by Alder I stated carries with it its own refuta-
Meeting Will Be Held Tomorrow to
New York, Oct. 2'.—There will be
a meeting of the intercollegiate fool-
ball rules committee tomorrow nle;ht
in New York at the Murray Hill Ho-
tel. It is called in answer to the re-
quest enamating from the conference
of football officials held at the Mur-
ray Hill Hotel two weeks ago for the
further j interpretation of the code. A
number of additional questions have
arisen since that meeting, calling for
decision. All these will ho discussed
and finally settled at this meeting.
Most of them are of minor import-
ance, but the question of the meaning
of the rule prohibiting the drawing
back of men from the line to carry
the ball or Interfering Is far-reaching
In Its significance. This will be
among the matters taken up. It is ex-
pected that, with tho exception of the
Western! members there will he a full
attendance of the committee member-
ADVANCE IN SILVERWARE.
Increased Cost of Bullion and Labor
Given as Reason.
New York, Oct. 25.—People who buy
silverware for holiday presents will
pay higher prices than those lately
prevailing. An advance was declared
yesterday by a number of manufac-
turers who sent out new lists, effec-
tive at once. Other manufacturers are
revising their catalogues and will an-
nounce higher prices within a few
Increased cost of silver bullion and
of labor are the reasons for the ad
vance, the second this year.
HIS RECORD AGAINST HIM.
U. P. and Rock Island to Take over
Colorado and Southern.
New York. Oct. 25.—The Trihuuc to-
day says reports were current in the
financial district yesterday that con-
trol of the Colorado and Southern
Railroad Company was soon to pass
to tho Union Pacific and the Rock Is-
land, which would hold it Jointly, as
they bold the Chicago and Alton con-
trol. There have been frequent ru-
mors that the Rock Island was to take
over the Colorado Southern but the
Btory of joint control has not pre-
viously been beard. The traffic rela-
tions of the Colorado and Southern
with the roads named are close and
Oldest Gypsy Dead.
New York, Oct. 25.—Mrs. I<oulsa
Smith, the oldest gypsy in America,
died yesterday In a camp near Free-
hold, N. J. She was 101 years, two
months and twelve days old.
SKINNER'S NEW BLACK TAFFETA
Just here in heavy dress
weight, all silk, pure dye
36 inch $2 00
42-inch §2 25
Youth of Today..
> the best clothe* the
hag ever prod need,
Hve just received
■ •11 ■ ■
a,, .*v« ••
■tock ready for
man Walter A. Bunker of Kansas
City. Kan., who estimates his loss at
f on, 000
At 4:45 o'clock the Kansas City fire
department estimates tho number of
dead at 25.
ootton & Hayes.:
There are several ways for
doing this—betting on ill-
wrong' one. making mistakes in
trading, etc.; but the iriost fre
quent way is by neglecting
their health Just, when the hard
work of spring and summer is
at hand A great deal can bo
saved by asking for
It is a general tonic and ap-
petizer, gives a fine, glossy
coat, hardens the muscles, and
places the animal in the best
condition for hard work In
25^ 50* ®1 00
As to the train company Judge
Oalnes wrote; "It is entitled to hsve
a Judgment entered upon the verdict
anil to have his Judgment recorded
, nd his title made marketable Plead-
ing the verdict In another action is
jilfiinly not a complete refnody.
I "Upon th« undisputed facts of thir,
I ease we are of the opinion that the
j relator is entitled to the writ as
J prayed for. and accordingly writ is
FELL 400 FEET.
Hunter Drops Into Coal Mine and
Escapes Serious Injury.
New York. Oct. 25.—While hunting
en a mountainside near Pottsville, Pa.,
Joseph Schroeder fell 400 feet Into the
iiir shaft of an abandoned coal work-
ing, says a special lo the World. A
companion, William Kalbach. went for
j help but it was many hours before
Mchroeder could be brought to the sur-
gehroeder was found to be little the
worse for hi* tumble. Though bruised
front falling from lodge to ledge In
tils descent, not a bone was broken,
j He was saved by the crooked char-
acter of the shaft. Schroeder's escaite
is said to have been the most ex-
i inordinary In tho history of the an,,
thracite region >
Former Get Rich Quick Operator Fails
in Restaurant Business.
New York, Oct. 25.—William F. Mil-
ler, who is remembered In connection
with the Franklin Syndicate and who
was released from Hinfc Sing after ho
had offered evidence that led to tho
conviction of Robert A. Amnion, has
not made a living out. of a small res
tauraul he opened recently at 160
Montague street, Brooklyn. At first
the business seemed to be prosperous,
but when the customers learned that,
the man who took their money was
Miller, his trade fell off.
Beautiful quality in all staple
colors and white.
$1.00 Voiles in brown, black, .
blue and white, black and white,
beautiful quality in window for
In odd garments and union suits
YOUR MONEY RETURNED
IF NOT SUITED.
Fire at McKinney.
McKlnnny, Tex . Oct. 2f .—The con-
fectionery store find eating house of
Wood K Hanlctns on South Tennessee
street was destroyed toy fire yesterday
and the building. Which was owned by
Mrs. W. P. Polly, practically ruined.
u sh on stock, 1400; Insurance, j:}00;
hrnon building. $400; Insurance, $1)00.
In any style you want. If you are averse to wearing the stiff
or pleated bosom kind, we have the others. Every new pat-
tern and weave is embraced in this department. We are
agents for the celebrated
E. & W., Star and Cluctt Shirts
and can truthfully say that man never wore better or more
comfortable garments. They are made coat-style, stiff, pleat-
ed bosom, or negligee by the most improved methods and are
fully guaranteed by us. A beautiful line of oxfords for fall
and winter. Our shirt man will take pleasure in showing you
' 'No Clothing Fits Like Outs. ''
JAM ES BO YD
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The Denison Daily Herald. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 18, No. 88, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 25, 1906, newspaper, October 25, 1906; Denison, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth199750/m1/1/: accessed June 22, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .