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Palestine daily herald. [volume] (Palestine, Tex.) 1902-1949, May 24, 1910, Image 1

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TEMPLE
The Grocer
was
write the letter next day The com
mittee called as per agreement while
the inauguration preparations were
on and Taft was present with Roose
velt when the committee arrived
Roosevelt greeted the committee 1 and
on shaking hands with Nelson said
I am sorry but I have reached the
decision that a letter at this time
would be unwsie from what Taft has
said to me He then took Gardner
and Nelson to Taft and plead with
him for some time to help the insur
gents Taft after listening to the ar
guments turned the matter off in a
joking way Since that time Roose
velt has not spoken in a political way
The insurgents have written to him
repeatedly but all of Roosevelts an
swers have been guarded carefully
PALESTINE TEXAS TUESDAYfFTERNOON MAY 24 1910
Kfeep Step With the Citys Progress By Kfping Up
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PLAN FORMING TO DRAW ROOSE
VELT INTO HEART OF CAM
PAIGN AGAINST THE STAND
PATTERS THIS FALL
Herald Special
Washington D C May 24 With
Roosevelt and insurgency for a bat
tle cry in the fight for re election this
fall the house progressives are plan
ning to sweep Roosevelt into the
midst of a terrific campaign Secret
information on which the insurgents
based their assurances of Roosevelts
active support against Cannosim Is
available for the first time today
The situation revives an unpublished
report made by the insurgent caucus
fn March 1908 by a committee com
posed of Nelson ot Wisconsin Madi
son of Kansas and Gardner of Mas
sachusetts charged with the mission
of obtaining the indorsement of
Roosevelt for the insurgent policies in
the closing days of his administra
tion The following statements were
included in the report March 3n
Roosevelt proposed tb give Nelson
letter indorsing the fight On Canno
expressing himself in sympathy wit
the progressive movement Roos
velt is quoted in the report as sayln1
Cannon has been the greatest o
stacle to my effoits to secure gool
legislation during my administration
In the afternoon of March 3rd the In
wrgent committee called on Rooseveltl
and Nelson outlined a line of attack
t 1 j
A sking Roosevelt to og
ficially indprse the move Rooseve
then declared his sympathyvWhj
embarrass Taft Aftera conference
lasting two hours Roosevelt said he
would write a letter to be used
among the members of the house withA
out reserve but refused to release rj
such a letter for publication The
letter to be a complete indorsements
the insurgent program When thd
committee left the White House it
understood Roosevelt would
RAGE IR IN LOUISIANA
Five Men Killed and Many Wounded
In Race Fight Near Bogulasa
Louisiana Today
Herald Special 1
Bogulasa La May 24 Five men
three of whom are negroes were
killed and a score of others wounded
in a race fight todav at a negro pic
nic near here The officials of Bogu
lasa have telegraphed to nearby
towns for help A quarrel arose be
tween whites and the negroes and the
fight followed
FLOATING DRY DOCK DEWEY
Sank at Manila Today In Seventy Feet
of Water Machinery Ruined
Herald Special
Manila May 24 The floating dry
dock Dewey towed from the Atlantic
coast to Manila sank here today in
seventj feet of water The valves
were opened for some unaccountable
reason and could not be closed In
time to prevent the mammoth dock
sinking The machinery is probably
ruined
If jou like the old Scotch songs
dont fail to hear the B Natural Club
sing them at the City Hall Thursday
night 234t
mar
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ljcej are
INTENDED FOR KING AL
SO THREE WORSHIPPERS
ED BYLA SECOND BOMB
U Herald Special
id Spain May 24 The pre
explosion of a bomb yester
gar the monument erected in
fy of the victims o the explo
1906 as King Alfonso and his
yere driving to the palace is
d to have prevented another at
jbn the kings life The King
rjeturned from London where
Jnded the funeral of King Ed
ft Vas at first reported that
chist named Callemayer tlnew
ib at the monument but the
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EIGHTEEN DROWNED
gmer Frank Goodyear Goes
5Down at Port Huron
jj Herald Special
eveland Ohio May 24
Isteamer Frank Goodyear
ed by John Mitchell was
cat Port Huron this morn
Jln a collision with the
her James B Wood and
iteen of the crew of twenty
lie were drowned
imong the known drowned
gMrs T H Bassett and
Inter of Marina City Mich
steamer William Seamins
RSburgds believed to have
gear
was bound
for
Ith a cargo of ore
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now convinced that the
ffib was Intended for the king who
VassaVthe time on his way to the
palace Callemayer killed himself
Wh enfpursued by the police Another
SomtiiaraB exploded In a church at
Caransea and three worshippers were
Jciile and sixteen injured The
LhoniffKhrowing is believed to be the
snlflpff
a concerted
1GISLAT0R ON TIL
Le ONeil Brown Charged With
Bribing Representative White
Placed on Trial Today
Herald Special
X3hicago May 24 The trial of
UeefbNell Brown the minority lead
erdf the Illinois legislature charged
with bribing Representative White to
vote for Senator Lorimer opened be
foreMudge McSurley today The de
feise began the fight to quash the
Indictment by claiming that it Is de
ficient The defense urges that brib
ery in a senatorial contest can only
betried by the federal court
RECEIVED BY THE QUEEN
Queen Alexandra Thanks Roosevelt
For Americas Sympathy
Herald Special 1
London May 24 Alexandra the
queen mother received Colonel Roose
velffn the throne room of Bucking
ham Palace today and thanked him
fori American sympathy extended her
since the death of King Edward Lord
Strkthcone of Canada and Sir George
Beid of Australia were also thanked
for their governments at the same
time Roosevelt spent most of today
motoring about London
TWO PEOPLE ARE DEAD
And a Baby Badly Injured as Result
jbf Hotel Fire In Monmouth III
Herald Special
Monmouth III May 24 Tvo peo
pie were killed and a baby was badly
Injured by a fire which destrojed the
City Hotel here early this morning
Thfe dead are John Jacobs of Gales
buifg and the owner of the hotel
B l Miller of this place The origin
onSe1 lire Is a mystery
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