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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 23 March 1910

«ate Library, Austin, Texts, Semi-Weekly Courier-Times. jme xxvii. TYLER, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 23, 1910. NUMBER 24. F. Taylor. President. R. Ber®feld, Active Vlce-Pres B. Ramey, Vico-Pres. J. D. Patterson, Ast. Cashier. (}eo. S. McGrhee, Cashier 1. C. Wimborly, Vice-Pres? Walter Ccnnally, Vlce-Pres. Ü. M. Boren, Asst. Cashier. CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK \ Capital, Surplus and Undivided Profits $350,000.00 UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY h. b Directors (xc-o. C. Wimberly. R. Bergfeld. Walter Connally. Marsh. T. B. Ramey. J. Llpstate. R. D. Cobb. Geo. S. McGhee. Gus F. Taylor. UNCLE "JOE" CANNON DENOUNCES THE INSURGENTS AS awmwi HEAPED ADDITIONAL SCORN AND CONTEMPT UPON INSURGENTS WHO DID NOT VOTE. STILL BOASTS OF POWER We Loan Direct to Farmers nimvuvt SOSONir/4 T START A VERT SERIOUS RIOT Rules Committees Will Still Be His Committee, As Heretofore—Things Grow Warm at the Capitol. Washington; Maron 21.—Develop- ments !n the twenfy-four hours fc.low í.g the partial victory of a maj-ritj oí th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 23 March 1910

i ; i 'fPfjí; t " PKu, ■Wk't' "; * ■■ :■■. «? :> • ' " ■ ■■7 *' ' ' *" : ™ ' ■ £# - " -.v...- ■"■■'.■ . THE SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIMES. WIPWE3PAY, MARCH 23, 1910. 'S.. 1 it |l it f<ll i • if i % i-, I I i ii c ■'II m 11 i fwm Semi-Weekly Coiirler-I imes Br Hie Courier-fines Publishing Co. Incorporated DAILY SEMI-WEEKLY Subscription. $1.00 Per Year 8. A. LINPSEY Editor. H. A. McDOlTQAL. . Anoclsts Editor, r. 12. RAFFFRTY . .BtwineM Mgr. (Snterad at Trim. Tex *. Poetofflee u Second Cbaa Mi.il Matter. Office of publication, 211-213 North Broadway. Tyler. Texas. A reflection appearing In theae columna con earning any individual, will be etoerfuily eor- «•¿ted if brought to the attention of the Editor. ^announcements" COUNTY OFFICER. Subject Ui action of Democratic Primaries. 'For Congresa, 3rd District: jr r PEDrVTFT. For District Attorney: C. H. REESE. For Flotorial Representative: H. H. HANSON. For District Attorney, 7th Judicial District: W. W. SANDERS. for Count) Attorney: JÍ3S...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 23 March 1910

KV, MARCH 28, 1910. - «¡T RSONAL MENTION (Frorr Thursdays Daily.) J P .0. Blake ia here from Chandler E toflay. A Q. Adams of Jacksioavl'le, Is In the" city today. I Jas. - M. Smith oí Fcyt Worth, Is registered at the National. I | L. J. Berryravan of Palestine, was iu the city yesterday . Rev. John Holland left at noon for hie home in Mt. Pleasant. A. Omen went uip to Winona at soon on bu'slness. Torn Bonner went down to Rusk yesterday morning on legal business. B. C. Pinckard, a Chandler mer- chant, is in the city this afternoon. Hugh Hiitt was in the city from Swan this morning. Walter Conn&lly left on the Inter- national ifor Fort Worth today. MJ s Blanche Carlton left this | (morning for Fort Worth to visit friends for several days. E. J. Lake returned to Lindale this morning, after spending several days * in tlje city. E. J. Reynolds was a passenger north on the International this morn- ing. Jack MoMinu .vas a passenger for Fort Worth today to visit the fat stock show. Rec...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 23 March 1910

"T7^i■' run ' w. " jWf 1 i ! 8 1 ! I é¡ I I ' 3■ m I J i s !■ it-' THE SKMI-WESKLY COURIER-TIMES. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 2 , 1910. Semi-Wet kly tourfei-iinito ¡ Saüth county U her be*t Interest and («he stanza with outstretched hands | wilMns and anxious to do her full i khare ta th light to better the coiu- Br the toorkr-Time Publishing Co. /iwcrpsrtM (OAILY SEWII-W6EKLV i inca interest. Subscription. $1.00 Per Year Let all join hands la boosting Ty- lis.'.: t las 4. tci I told CcHil Thomas, 'I «tu willing to meet• Jolxuon «het the proa settle their trouble*' 1 act lot trying to settle their trouble*, hut *o keep them la trouble. It is a toi.be divided against«Itself, but if t 6. A. LINPSEY Editor. H. A. McDOUOAL. Aasociat Editor. 9. E. RAPFCRTT .. Business Mr !er that good to ai! may follow. Read and get your neighbor read the Cwrler-Times. af and Ra3t Texas to fo.- united it would :wv- ideas it Tytor. Tex**. Vo*tuAc* u átcooú Ctaja Mail Halter. THE PASSING OF CANNONISM. of publication....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 23 March 1910

WEDNESDAY, MARCH ZZ, 1 10. THE SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIMES. Goldstein & Brown Tyler's Cheapest Cash Store ONE ARREST A Special Sale of Wash Goods for Early Spring =Wearl- Monday, March 21st . - .. «*%# , ft. 4 t~ . 9 Í And continuing: during the entire week, we will place on sale about 100 PIECES, OF WASH DRESS.GOODS, such as plain Colored Silk Fin- ish Poplins, Corded Poplins, Satin Stripe Pop- lins, Princess Poplins, Crystal Cloth, etc. Regular Price 35c to 40c per yard Commencing Monday, March 21, and during * the entire week 25C PER YD. 25 pieces Poplin, all the new shades 1Q~ J Regular price 25c per yard. Special *OL ytl« 20 pieces London Welt, a new wash fabric for Skirts, Suits and Dresses in all new I .,4 shades, regular price, 20c, special ... ItJv yU Goldstein & Brown TYLER'S CHEAPEST CASH STORE COUNTY CLERK'S OFFICE Harrison, lot in block 57 on West Comimon street, Tyler; $525. (Reported by White Abstract Oo.> March 1, 1910—O. 'S. Kay and wife to W. Y. Rice, <...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 23 March 1910

-u I i 1 li t: m ■ i PjjgP = t ■ -1 'I -Y HON. CONE JOHNSON DISCUSSES THE CANDIDATES' "PASTURES" Will* Point, Tex., March 18.—'Hon. Cone Johnson, candidate for gover- nor, spoke here Wednesday afternoon at the auditorium. There -was a fair- felzfil audience to hear him and the address was received with marks of approval from many in the audience. Mr. Johnson was introduced by Major James A. Harris, living near town. There were quite a number of farmers present and also a number of ladle* Mr. Johnson stated that the cen- tral Idea In the campaign was prohl- "Where does the idea ¿prlng from that the legislature «an pass piobi bltlon for the country but not for the city? Have cities and towns aad their people special rights on the liquor question, which do not belong to the country precincts and people there? I know some pecple think to, and, are trying to use the cry of local *eM- govermmcnto that effect, but 1 too- '.leve that country districts and coun' try people have the same righ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 23 March 1910

>wS| 5 ~r |R8r**f TO WEDNESDAY, f.*.Ar.;H 23, IJIO. " ■ !■ I THE SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIMES. . Tí REBUILD THE BI6 AUSTIN DAM AUSTIN CITY COUNCIL MAKE CONTRACT POP REPLACING THE BIG DAM. WILL COST It A Lake Thirty Miles Long Is to Be Caused by the Dam—Will Be 1400 Feet Long. Austin, Tex.. March 19.—The plans oí J. C. Duinott for nebullrti.ng of the •big dam across tlio Colorado river were approved by the city council and business league at a meeting which lasted all night. The contract calls for a dam 1400 feet long, 65 feet high and that will create a lake thirty miles long. The cost is one million dollars. The contract is to be ratified by a popular vote. MAY (EST THE BANKING LAW POSSIBLE RESULT OF ACTION AGAINST SANDERS STATE BANK OF DEKALB. A COURT DECISION If Stqte Banking Board Decides Charter Shall be Revoked, Test Will Follow. REPORT OF FINANCE COMMITTEE MADE TO THE COURT YESTERDAY SOCIALISTS GET IN ON ELECTION The sociatlist party of Tyler, Tex- as, in mass meeting assembl...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 23 March 1910

*41Hi webh*4t AV, MAACM 39, «• The Latest Millinery at Moderate Prices Silk Petticoats, also of Heatherbloom and Muslin Underwear of high grade at from one-fourth to one-third less than usual usual prices Ladies Skirts in Voile and Panama, Waists in Swiss, lawn, lingerie, and tailored effects, at low prices. Ladle and Mis?cs two and one piece Suits of the latest make at quite saving Starting Saturday March 26th and for the entire Week following Baster WE PUT ON THIS DOUBLE SALE Shirt Sale of 85 doz. We offer the biggest values shown in a sale of about 20 dozen 50c, 65c, 75c Men's Negligee Shirts 39c of probably 30 dozen $1.00 Shirts 65c of 35 dozen $1.25, $L50 and 1.75 Shirts 95c Tl is is your time to supply your shirt wants for the season, at almost half of what they would cost you* 50 pieces Silk Finished 40 pieces Silk Finished wash goods, the 5Cc kind wash goods, the 35c kind 33c 19c HOSIER y SALE of 200 dozen Ladies', Misses' nd Children's the greatest kind of Hosiery values in...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 26 March 1910

. i*> ít^to Library, Austin, *«*•* 9* -Times. VOLUME XXVII. TYLER, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MARCH 26, 1910. NUMBER 28; I : | (Jus P. Taylor. President. R. Bergifeld, Active VIoe-Pree T. B. Ramey, Vice-Pres J. D. Patterson, Ast. Cashier. (too. 8. McGhee, Cashier G. C. Wimberly, Vice-Pree. Walter Oonnally, Vice^Pree. O. M. Boren, Ant. Cashier. CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK , Capital. Surplus and Undivided Profits' $350,000.00 UNITED STATES DEPOSÍTAFÍY Directors Geo. C. Wimberly. R. Bergfeld. Walter Oonnally. H. B Marsh. T. B. Ramey. J. Lipstate. R. D. Cobb. Geo. S. .McGhte. Gus F. Taylor. We Loan Direct to Farmers SUPPOSED DEAD , MAN STILL LIVES VICTIM OP AVALANCHE IDENTI- FIED BY LODGE BRETHREN, APPEARS IN FLESH (Seattle, Wash, March 24—Josepib Benier, a Preach Canadian timber man, known throughout the northwest hastened' to Seattle from Eastern Washington Sunday to stop hie own funeral. About twenty members of the Seat- tle Lodge of Elks of which he is a member, ant! two members of the «oncers ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 26 March 1910

A ft I i ; £ V ■ i fm If L; i ' 4. : Seml-'d'eekiy Courier-Times BT The Courier-rimes Publishing Co. OAltY Incorporated SEMI-WEEKLY Subscription, $1.00 Per Year 8. A. LINPSBY Editor. H. A. McDOUOAL. .Aaocttte Editor, r. E. RAFKKRTY . .Business "k r. Cutered it Tjrtar. TUMI F Mail Hi tear. ot publication. tlt-SU North Broadway. TyUr. Tuai A reflection tppcaria* ta — eoniflf any individual, will bo ehoorfuihp cor- «•¿Ud if brought to the attention of the Editor. ANNOUNCEMENTS COUNTY OFFICES. Subject to action of Dera>cratie Primarle For Congress. 3rtl District: H. C. GEDDIE. For District Attorney: C. H. REUSE. For notorial Representative: H. H. HANSON. For District Attorney, 7th Judicial District: W. W. SANDERS. For Comity Attorney: JJJ3S.SE V. ODOM. N. W. UROOKS. WEB JARVIS. Fop Tux AMMSors HENRY B. MATTHEWS. W. H. DAY. Fop District Clerk: J. S. LAVENDER. PAX H. BBAl-RD, (re-election.) Fop Couiity Troo«urcp: W. H CHITWOOD. JAS. P BROUOHTON. R. E. LOVING. For Co. Commissioner, Prec...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 26 March 1910

w Jd ■I'- ll i \ THE SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIMES. SATURO AY, MARCH P I RUSSELL TIKES THE "MED" OUT (Washington, March 22.—As a finish in* touch to the general overhauling ■which the house committee or foreign and Interstate commerce has given to the administration railroad (bill, that committee yesterday Inserted in tibs hill, at the instigation of Repte Mutative Ruseell of Texas, an amend snent restoring the effectiveness of the long and short haul clause in' tihe rote law. This action was taken yes- terday afternoon jusl before It was decided to send the hill to the print- er for a new draft showing the chang- es which the committee has so far wrought in the measure. last week Representative Rubsell undertook to amend the long short haul clause of the rate taw, but was outvoted. Yesterday the corn >; mlttee reconsidered Its action and ' adopted the Russell amendment This amendment «tries out the existing law th words "under similar circum- stances and conditions" and provides tha...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 26 March 1910

• 'Ttf ■ .WEEKLY COURIER-TIMES. If BT lie Publishing Co. Incorporate | ^EMi-weeKLv Subscription, $1.00 Per Year Sená-Ieekly lourler-I imes j wealth Inedfiaitely, vaat ooel «ekis ; and n.ore water power than any <Ah- *tr section will In Hue bring the toe , uirM*-W work up our tacaba supply oí , the , And the cheape«rt outlet for grain through southern ports and th- eompletion of the Panama canal will rearrange the ocean water and give southern porta a commanding posi- tion on the maritime maps oí the world. But why enumerate our aa #«ttT The whole story was told by President Taft when he declared that we were outstripping all otfc® sec- tions n the work of development awl progrese. We thank you. Mr. Taft, lor the wisdom to know and the courage to ip *ak the truth about the Sooth.— Fort Worth Record. & A. LINMBY Editor. H. A. McDOUOAL.. AjBWCiats Editor, r. B. RAFKERTY . .Bu#lneee Mgr. •t Trior. Tku. PoitoOct m of |nt^ifT-t*~' 211-2U North Bwadwsjr. Trior. T«m. JOSSTSBSSC A T+r...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 26 March 1910

¿7W 5 SATURDAY. MARCH 2*, 1910. * THE SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIMES. For Highest Quality ab & BAKINQ ■POWDER 29 Ounces for 20 Gente Made from pure, carefully tested materials. Get a can on trial You never saw such cakes and biscuit They'll open your eyes Guaranteed nadar all Para Food Lawa REALIZE THE DREAM OF ONE-RAIL TRANSPORTATION r~ — y •«-«, . . • London, March 24.—Scientists, nail- way engineers aud Imaginative novel- ists saw the realization of a dream the other afternoon. They watched I.ouls Bremnan's marvelous gyroscope train alanoing, Blondin-llke, on the tight rope of a single rail at express rate apeed in utteT defiance oí the laws of gravita- tion. This wonder came to pass at a spe- cial demonstration of the monorail given n the grounds of Mr. Brennan's works at Oillingham in Kent, before the experts of the government, tha Royal Society and the chief of rail- ways. Prof. Sir William Crookes took his first trip ou the balancing train and afterwards congratulated Mr. Bren...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 26 March 1910

'./r'NC^fc if' k ■'J > * feapf ■<v THE ffFMI-wraifLV COURIER-TIMES. «ATUIIOAY, MAHOH M, ItlO. ■ I V U I0W 10 MEATE INTEREST IN A COUNTY FAIR x: .A J 1.41 t- > (By Bam L Helm.) W* are inektHed to Prof. A. W. Or for a copy trf a paper prepared by Mr. Sam J. llehn, secretary of the Commercial C#ub o< Ga&newills, on ibe at>ove subject, which vu pre- pared to^be read before the Tesa Oom Grower ' Association, but which wa¿ not read, owing to a change of The paper follows: Wbto the few loafltim determine that their county must have a fat they must begin a campaign at edu- cation and they must choose what they consider the beat method of csrrytnc on this campaign. if they have a Mrs newspaper, the task fc> eaav; if they lire In a community of high intelligence, the task is ea«y: bat they are certain to ftnd thai their newspaper is not as progressive as it may be and that the people are not as quick to grape ideas as they should be. The daily paper should mention the ma...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 26 March 1910

CM . '>•; 9® SATURDAY. MARCH 26, 1910. The Latest Millinery at Moderate Prices THE SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIMES. Silk Petticoats, also of Heatherbloom and Muslin Underwear of high grade at from one-fourth to one-third less than usual usual prices Ladies Skirts in Voile and Panama, Waists in Swiss, lawn, lingerie, and tailored effects, at low prices. Ladies and Misses two and one piece Suits of the latest make at quite a saving Starting Saturday March 26th and for the entire Week following Easter WE PUT ON THIS DOUBLE SALE Shirt Sale of 85 doz. We offer the biggest values shown in a sale Choice of about 20 dozen 50c, 65c, 75c Men's Negligee Shirts 39c Choice of probably 30 dozen $1.00 Shirts 65c Choice of 35 dozen $1.25, $1.50 and 1.75 Shirts 95c This is your time to supply your shirt wants for the season, at almost half of what they would cost you. 50 pieces Silk Finished wash goods, the 50c kind 33c 40 pieces Silk Finished wash goods, the 35c kind 10c HOSIERY SALE of 200 dozen Ladi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 26 March 1910

1 I / ° c o 1 ' 4 \ i Wr THE SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIMES. SATURDAY. MARCH 26, 1910. BIO IINON TO IE NT MEETING BE HELO BEBE IN MAY As announced In the papera a few days ago. Rev. Lockett Adair, the not- ed evangelist, •will, at the Invitation of the pastora at ¡Marvin, Cedar St., M. B. North Tyler Baptist, Central Presbyterian and Wist Presbyterian churches hold' a tent meeting In Tyler beginndng May 8th The meeting will toe heW In ®oit*e central place and we hop^ .feus to reach the entire cdty, our xent, seating 2,000 or more persanar j It was the request of the pastors tnat the First Prertmterian church asstime control and responsibility, they all believing that some particu- lar one ouifht- to have this responsibil- ity, they all pledging their hearty co- operation' and support in every way It has been decided that we have an advisory committee, formed' of the pastor and' three of the beat and' wis- est men we can get from each church cooperating, to advise with our sec- tion In th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 30 March 1910

. l".v_ ' •• ÉÉMm sr u 1 I-íbra J'V. •litotin, Ti V Semi-Weekly Courier-Times. VOLUME XXVII. TYLER, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 30, 1910. NUMBER 26. Gus.F. Taylor. President. R. Bengfeid, Active Vloe-Pnes T. B. Ramey, Vlce-Pres. J. D. Patterson, Ast. Cashier. (Jeo. 8. McGhee, Cashier Ci. C. Wimborly, Vlce-Pree. Walter Oonnnlly, Vlce-Pres. O. M. Boren, Asst. Cashier. CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Capital. Ssrplus and Undivided Profits $350,000.00 UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY Directors Geo. C. Wimberly. R. Bergfeld. Walter Connally. H. B Marsh. T. B. Ramey. J. Lips ta te. R. D. Cobb. Geo. S. McGhee. Gus F. Taylor. We Loan Direct to Farmers «OBOMMSO MORE BILLS ARE F GRAND JURY AT PITTSBURG, PA., TERRIBLE CALAMITY OCCURS IN CONTINUES ITS WORK AF- A CJTY OF HUNGARY—PANIC 250 PERISH IN A BALL ROOM TER GRAFTERS. COUNCILMAN FAINTED WHEN ASKEÜ HOW MUCH HE HAD RECEIVED FOR HIS VOTE. ARE AFTER BRIBE-GIVERS Many Prominent Citizens of Pittsburg Will Likely Be Indicted Fcr Giving Bribe . Pittsburg, March 26.—Th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 30 March 1910

¡V- *_s. THE SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIMES. WEDNE80AY, MARCH 30, 1910. > 9 I I F. I S ; ♦ SemHeekly Courier-Times BY The Louder-Times Publishing Co. Incorporated DAILY SEMI-WEEKLY encourage the two organization's.— ¡ The grafter and the faker do th* East Texas Register. public a greater Injury than the com- The Register has hit it off right, mon thief, and they both ought tc bo An East Texas Fair association, Subscription. $1.00 Per Year B. A. L1NDSBY Editor. H. A. lfcDOUQALi.. Associate Editor. V. S. RAFFBRTT ..Business Mgr. «■tarad il Tyler, Claw Tom, Porta Mail Matter. Portoffloa u Second Oflee of publication. 211-213 North Broadway. Tyler. Texaa. A raflaetion appearing In thaaa column con any individual, will he cheerfully cor- ittention of the Editor. las i sd if «•Aad If brought to the attention ANNOUNCEMENTS COUNTY OFFICES. Subject ti uctlon of Demicratlc Primaries. For Congress, 3rd District: H. C. G EDDIE. For District Attorney: C. H. REUSE. iW. H HANSON For notorial Represe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 30 March 1910

>w^- mfe L 1 3 j i •I I ■t: S¡. !? ! I u Si WEDNESDAY,' MARCF 30, 1910. THE SEMI-WEEKLY COURIKR-TIMBS. BIG FIRE IN CHICAGO YESTERDAY AFT'NOON Over Twenty Persons Lost. Their Lives-Many Girls Burned to Death IRE CAUGHT LIKE BITS IN ft TRAP r, Chicago, March 26.—Twelve per- sons are reported deed in a Are which attacked the I. Fish Furniture com- pany building, on Wabash avenare, here yesterday. About forty employes escaped. A girl who jumped! from the third-stony window, dded at the hospital. The dead were trapped, It lis siaid, on the fourth, fifth and sixth floors when an explosion of benzine on the fourth floor wrapped the building In «times. One o flhc dead is said to huye been a man who perished in a desperate endeavor to rush up the 6 lair ways to aid those imprisoned above. Those believed to have ¡been killed are all women and girls. Ten of the latter, it Is said, were at work on the sixth floor when the explosion occur- red. Leap* to Pavement. The spread of flames througho...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 30 March 1910

n fr 4 Í M 1 6h Hrt v 1; I ■ I f H I RECORD OF FILINGS III COUNTY CLERK'S OFFICE (Reported by White Abstract Co.) 1 March ^4, 1910—J. Z. Ferrill anil wlfn to C. 1 . Caspary, luta No. 3 and J , in Molt No. 1, in J. P .PatU-raon ad- dition to city of Tyler; $2500. March 24, 1910—Maish & Mcll-! Will no to Mat Cliiids, Henry Fergu- son and Waiter Scott, one acre cf tiic A. J. Iiasrovc survey for church PUIPOOPB. Jan. 11 1910—Archie Kvana an 1 wife to Wayne R McMillan, lot No. 1, in block No. 9, In Douglas, Winihrr- ly and Plrili'n .i Millón. to Tyler; $ J oi« and othn- ooivsiderationa. Nov. 3. 1909 —'IJ. D. Howard an 1 wife, to Archie H. Evans, !ot 1 In folk 9 in Douglas, WLmfberly and Philips axliltáon to Tyler1 $260. Jan. 26, 1910—W. A. Diland and W)fe to R L. Martin, 155 acres of Oeo. Taylor survey No. 813, 17 mil o > ¡ N. W. of Tyler; $3000. Nov. 20, 1909—.Heiro of Irene Beck, «doc cased, to Mrs. Albo:la Miles, 50 acres of the William Miller League, fn consideration ef thie c...

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