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Palestine daily herald. [volume] (Palestine, Tex.) 1902-1949, March 11, 1910, Image 1

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NEW YORK
as Presidential Candidate of
Party For 1912
Herald Special
San Antonio Texas March 11
Senator Charles A Culberson of Tex
as is the choice ot the democratic
powers that he to make the race for
the presidential candidacy in 1912
according to local democrats today
following a conference here called by
National Committeeman Roger Sulli
van of Illinois and National Chair
man Mack It is claimed that the
democratic presidential prospects
were looked over and Sullivan was
convinced that Culberson is the
strongest man available
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But Report That He Was Started
Quite a Flurry In Wall Street
This Afternoon
Herald Special
New York March 11 The report
that J P Moran had dropped dead in
Florence Italy was circulated on the
stdck exchange this afternoon and
for a time the story caused quite a
flurry in financial circles At the of
fice of J P Morgan Co it was
stated that the riunor was unquali
fiedly false The office had been lb
recent communication with Morgan
and his health was reported excel
lent They could not sayjust where
the rumor Jiad its origin
BUSINESS TAKES HAND
Commercial Interests Hold Mass
Meeting to Try and Devise Way
to End the Strike
Herald peclal J
Philadelphia Pa March 11 Rep
resentatlves of the commercial fra
ternal and banking business acting
througli the Merchants Association
will participate in a meeting this af
ternoon having in view the object of
seeking to end the strike trouble
here A potent factor in helping to
end the strike may be the decrease in
the value of the traction companys
stock which has already dropped
seven dollars per share
Representative Perkins Dead
Washington D C March 11 Rep
resentative James H Perkins of
Rochester New York died at the Gar
field hospital here this morning after
a weeks illness
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Correspondents Reach Roosevelt
fJ Herald Special
jRenk Soudan March 11 By Staff
Correspondent United Press Roose
velt arrived here today aboard steam
erand was immediately surrounded
by the group of American corres
pondents who came here to intercept
him on his journey to Cairo The cor
respondents came in a body on a
specially chartered steamer the Ab
bas Col Roosevelt greeted the
newspaper men amid cheers with his
characteristic enthusiasm all being
personal friends but if they expected
him to loosen up on political ques
tions they were keenly disappointed
for the expresident absolutely re
fused to make any comment on Amer
ican politics To the contrary he
asked all the questions and had the
correspondents answering his in
quiries The colonel is in perfect
health but other members1 of the
partyare somewhat worn by the
lengthy journey Roosevelt has a
line tan and seems as hard as a prize
fighter trained for a fight
Known Correspondent
Herald Special
York March 11 The oppo
of the present administration
who are racing up the Nile in the ex
pectation of getting a statement from
exPresident Roosevelt relative to the
Insurgent movement the Balllnger
Pinchot controversy or on any other
political question or condition will
find another sphynx in the land of
the Pharos is the opinion of War
rington Dawson United Press staff
corespondent with the Roosevelt
hunting party Owing to the death ot
his mother Dawson has just returned
to this country after being relieved
IryYanother correspondent at the head
waters of the Nile Dawson says he
believes Roosevelt will be pleased to
hear the news from the correspondents
t
ents but that he will make no state
la
ment on the Issues Dawson also declares
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clares it is his opinion that Roosevelt
will lead a private life on his return
home
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Of the Manchester Cotton Exchange
This Afternoon Took Refuge
In an Office
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Herald Special
Manchester Eng March 11 Jas
Patten the Chicago wheat and cotton
manipulator was hooted out of the
Manchester Cotton Exchange this af
ternoon acceding to the Evening
Chronicle The Chronicle says that
after Patten left the exchange a
STATEHOOD FAVORED
Favorable Report on New Mex
ico and Arizona
Heiald Special
Washington D C March 11
A favorable report on the
senate bill for the admission 6f
Arizona and New Mexico to
statehood was voted by the
senate committee on teirito
ries today
ciowd followed him along the stieet
finally forcing liiin to take lefuge in
an office building The anger 01 the
crowd icconlilig to lie Ohioniple 10
suited fioin the belief that Patten had
pome bete to repent ln > > Chicago per
foi malice oj alleged market ligging
ITALIAN MERCHANT SPOT
By Man Who Demanded Money
Shooter Is Surrounded By Of
ficers and Will Be Taken
Herald Sptclil 1
Des Moines Iowa Match II Paul
Gigilotti an Italian nicichant wa
shot and fatally wounded l > y an un
known Italian at 11 oclock this mom
ing Two men came to Gigilottis
homo and demanded money under
threat of death and when denied one
of them shot the meichant Officers
have the man who did the shooting
sin rounded when he took lefuge in
a box car hut expect a fight helote
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