Palestine Daily Herald (Palestine, Tex), Vol. 11, No. 18, Ed. 1 Tuesday, September 17, 1912 Page: 2 of 8
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latcrMttMai Vfcllft. Mias., Sept. 17.
-Dm International Joint Comml*-
Sat (M Wttervajri. composed of rep-
mwtatiTf of the United State*
•ad fOTenmeiitt, met here
today for a hearing in connection
wltk the question of the levels of
Che Jaksa and of the woods and tribu-
tary waters. The commission will
determine mother it is derivable to
fix the levels of the lake, which is on
the international boundary. The de-
cision will be of much importance,
since it will affect the dams and
either works in the Rainy river,
which empties into the lake, and the
Winnipeg river, which rains it.
New York Federation of Labor.
(Special to The Herald.)
Poughkeepsie, N. Y., Sept. 17-—
Delegatee representing labor bodies
throughout the statie were present in
large numbers this morning at the
opening here of the forty-ninth an-
nual convention of the New York
State Federation of Labor. Legisla-
tive measures affecting the interests
of the working classes will be ex-
ha natively discussed by the • conven-
tion daring the several days that it
will he in session, y
Montreal Dog Show Opens.
(Special to The Herald.)
Montreal, SepL 17.—The annual
bench show of the Montreal Kennel
Club opened in the Coliseum today
with nearly IMS entries from Canada,
the United States and England. Prac-
tically every breed of dog known to
the fhneier is represented. The snow
will continue three d ys.
Vermont State Fair.
(Special to The Herald.)
White River Junction, Vt, SepL 17.
—The Vermont State Fair opened do-
day with every department well fill-
ed with exhibits and numerous high-
class attractions. The exhibition will
. -continue until the end of the week.
Jno. R. Moore vs. M. E.
v».^*prGr Bison et air letlc ,
The State of Texas vs. Geo. Fuller,
pleaded guilty to theft, and fined $50
sad 30 days in jaiL ‘
The State of Texas vs. Harold
Mitchell, for assault
First National Bank vs. Clarence
EL Davis, Buit on debt.
^ Marriage License.
Charley Plaag and Mrs.
Deeds Filed For Record.
W. F. Starr to J. L Comp-
ton, 4 acres of the James .
Ferguson survey, near |
iWankaton .... ......$
G. E. Hanson and wife to
Starr Hartnett and Ed-
miston, 4 acres of the
Joseph Ferguson league.
near Frankston ...:......
R. F. Prather to F. W. Starr.
4 acres of the Joseph Fer-
guson league, near Frank-
11 Play In Rusk
Ouring October Show
The colt show
to b« held at Rusk,
1912, will be ths
T*jxas, October 3-4,
largest show’of Its kind held in *East
Texas this year. The exhibits^ amuse-
ments and other spectacular features
of.'the show are worth going miles to
see. 8 The management of the . colt
show association has worked hard
and persistently to arrange toe de-
tails of the proceedings of the show,
an<V they are entitled to credit for the
program that they have perfected and
the beautiful flower and float parade
that will be carried out ^tiring the
two days of the big show.
Ope of the features of the show
will be the football game between.'
Rusk Academy and the Palestine
Athletic Club. The?e two teams are
about evenly matched, and they
promise to give one of the most ex-
citing and fiercest gridiron battles in
the south this fall in the academy
class. Tom C. Holliday, the great
Texas 'Ai & M. fullback of Moran’s
1911 squad. has been procured to
coach the Rusk Academy and to alBO
play fullback for that team. Holliday
was picked by Coach Nathan P.
Stauffer of the University of Pennsyl-
vania, and now with the University
of Mississippi as an all-southern full-
back. He was also mentioned by
Eckersall the great Chicago Univer-
sity quarterback as being the fiercest
and hardest tackier in football today,
both north and south. The Rusk
Xc&demy team promises to be one of
the most interesting surprises of the
academy teams this year.’ * Kerr pt
Southwestern, Gregg of Southwestern,
Hemphill of Texas A. & M, Lee o£
Oklahoma University, Carman of Con-
necticut Agricultural College and
Whitlock of the Cincinnati high
school will all be in the Rusk Acade-
my’s lineup. This team promises to
be one of the best in Texas today,
and it is rumored in sporting circles
that the Texas A. ft M. College or the
University of- Texas would have a
hard fight to defeat this Rusk Acade-
The Palestine Athletic Club will be
composed also of a bunch of old reg-
ulars, and the game will not be one-
ot all. On the Palestine Ath-
Clnb will be such men as Ben
Heerne, the former Southwestern
halfback and captain of the 1909
Southwestern University team;- Gor-
don Boryies of the Texas A. & M.;
Cesmirosky. the great tackle of the
Texas A. ft M., and Spake of the
Dali University. The game will he
die most interesting of its class this
season. These two teams will clash
ig Rusk on the 4th of October at the
Southern Pacific park, which has been
enlarged to handle the crowds, at
2:30 o’clock. Coach Holliday has hfs
men daily at practice for the big
combat, and believes that his team
will win. “I do not know what the
Palestine Athletic Club team is com-
posed of," says Holliday, ‘but they
will have to go the limit to beat my
Our New Suits are now coming in very fast, and the
styles and patterns are v^ry pretty. Remember “Wool-
tex” Suits are guaranteed for two seasons’ satisfactory
service, both as to material and linings. Price, $22.50,
$25.00, $30.00 to $32.50.
THIS WEEK’S SPECIALS
20c and 25c Ladies’ Hdkfs, drum-
mer’s samples, at only, each, 8c
50c Men’s Sum. Und’wear 38cf suit,75c
25c-35c“ “ “ . 18c, “ 35c
Dress Calicoes, per yard------4ic
20c and 25c Ribbon, per yard, 10c
10c Embroidery, per yard______5c
15c Embroidery, per yard____7ic
20c Embroidery, per yard ... 10c
25c Embroidery ______-^_15c
Men and Women9s Low Cut Shoes at a Big Discount:
$4.Q0 Shoes now $3.45, $3.50 Shoes now $2.95, $3.00 Shoes now $2.55
$2.50 Shoes now $2.10, $2.00 Shoes how $1.69, $1.50 Shoes now $1.35
Ydurs very truly,
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That you owe to the newspaper
ad a debt of gra/titudg, because it
hgm aided. In raising ths stan-
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a tact, because it is tip adver-1
tised articles you buy; had* the
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articles of merit and superiority,
or else they would pot stand.
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us in regard to your re-
Cream thoroughly pas-
teurized and delivered
in sterilized vessels. '
Ouj cream is delightful
in flavor., Our prices
t are right
Served at Motley Drug Co.,
J. D. Smullen & Qo.r Pales-
tine jC^ndy Kitchen, Old
Town Drug Store. ,
I have bought ths City Meat
Market and will handle all kinds
of fresh meats. Free delivery, to
of the cKy. Give me
J. M. LAY.
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COUNT NOGI TELLS WHY
HE ENDED HIS LIFE.
Tokio, Sept. 17.—The will of Gen-
eral Count Mauresuke Nogi, who with
ids wife, the Countess Nogi, com-
mitted suicide at the moment the
body of the iate emperor was started
on its journey to the tomb, was pub-
lished here yesterday.
The Japanese warrior says that he
follows the emperor because his ser-
vices are no longer required in this
world He had often sought to die,
he adds, and chooses as the occasion
for his departure from this life the
present great national calamity under
which the country is laboring.
The document bears the date of
the night of September 12. 24 hours
previous to the taking of his life and
indicates that the death of the coun-
tess had not been decided upon when
the instrument was prepared.
General Nogi distributed his prop-
erty among his wife’s friends and
makes donations to a number of pub-
lic institutions. He says that while
bis wife lives, the house of Nogi malk
be maintained, but that i.fter htfr
death the line will be extinct.
The Port Arthur hero suggests that
Me body be given to a medical col-
lege. requesting that only his teeth
and finger and toe nails be juried in
. Bids Wanted. _
Sealed bids for the following
shades and fixtures (to be installed)
will be received up to SepL 24,1912.
at 3 p. m. Cloth measurements.:
Douglas building—16 windows 38x10.
New white building, 1st ward—49
windows 48x10; 2 windows 33x10;
window 67x9; 2 windows 33x9.
Washington building—18 windows
38x9. - ’ • , , . ’' • : _ -r/,\
Lincoln building—16 windows
New negro building, 4th ward—32
windows 48x10. *
106 window adjusters, 30 inch drop.
Shades to be dark green, plain,
with eyelet and pull, best muslin ma-
terial. Measurements not guaranteed.
All bids subject to rejection or accep-
tance. j.Bids confined to Palestine
dealers. Sample to he submitted
, C. A. Sterne,
9-16-7 Furnishing Committee.
R. J. MALLARD.
THE WOOD YARD MAN,
Has on hand several cars wood, and
can furnish'any length on shpyt no-
tice. Also will call and cut your wood
on -premises with power saw.
TP,E A C H Cleanliness to the
* Children by means of a con-
stant practical object' lesson, a
‘Standard* Modern ~Bathroom
complete with accessories: For
young children especially die mak-
ing of die bathroom attractive helps
to instill ideas of cleanliness and
make-personal cleanliness habitual
Are you ready for our estimate
on the bathroom you have been
A. M BURNS
PLUMBING AND TINNING
* 508 Main Street ■$. .
Want a rein real- had? Try a HaraM
want ad; they always bring results.
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Smoke with BOB qnd BILL.
We handle all of the good
smokes. - Also a;£ull line of
papers aijgl maga^Kihes.
(Formerly ’'Smith’s Cigar 3 to re.)
o-Room Cottage, 4 lots, N. Jackson St.
5-Room Cottage, Queen St.__________ .
Two-Story Modern Dwelling, Magnolia Street...
Comer Lot, Queen street____________________
Comer Lot, Jackson Street..,....;.........................
1 he Old Baptist Church Building, Avenue A ,..
Brick Building, Main Street____________________________
For Rent, Pool Building on Spring Street________
v *. 206 i-2 Main street
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Do Everything But
D. C. MALLOY
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Having taken the Agency for the
OAKLAND.AUTOMOBILE I will have
a late 1912 model on handLto show or
! demonstrate with.
Any one Interest
WHEN YOU’RE OUT
step into our htore and hear a CROWN
PIANO. It is so-far ahead of all other
instruments that they cannot be con-
sidered in the same class. The tone is
sweeter, and of greater volume, and the
player can produce difficult pieces with
greater ease on this instrument than any
other ever offered to the public. Come
ia and hear iL
G. A, Berry Piano Co.
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O’Cedar Palish and Mops at Wyatt,
Melnnis Jb Denby Furniture Oo..
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Mrs. C- H. McLeod will tefct voices
free from 10 a. m. to 4 p. m.’every
day this week. All those desiring to
take svoice lessons should avail them-
selves of this opportunity. The Italian
method- of voice production, taught.
Mrs. McLeod has had long experience
ia all classes of music, having studied
under some of our best teachers
Singers coached In church music.
Studio 105 Magnolia. St. 16-2
THEY HAVE THE
ed In buying a first class, upto-dat<
Automobile for $1,000.00 to $2.100.0(
Herald ads are result gettera.
be ^>leafed to show them
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. Over Gem Theatre.
Ladies’ Department, rooms 1, 2,
3 and 4* ..
Men’s Department* rooms §, 6,
7 and 8.
ing 25 votes in the J. D4
& Co* Automobile Contest
V F. H. EILENBERGER,
To Our Cuatomera*
Attention to your complaints
business for us. You can bel^
having the driver put your
his list, whether you buy lie#
larly or* occasionally,
necessary for you to pOon«i
EARLY in the morning or
This will give you better
and prompt deliveries.
You can save money if you
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Hamilton, W. M. & Hamilton, H. V. Palestine Daily Herald (Palestine, Tex), Vol. 11, No. 18, Ed. 1 Tuesday, September 17, 1912, newspaper, September 17, 1912; Palestine, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth990533/m1/2/?q=yaqui: accessed April 5, 2020), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Palestine Public Library.