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Palestine daily herald. [volume] (Palestine, Tex.) 1902-1949, June 01, 1910, Image 1

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HEARD BY COURT AT JULY
TERM INJUNCTION EFFECT
IVE IN THE MEANTIME j
Herald Special
St Louis June 1 Providing fora
speedy determination of the issues in
volved in the case a contention was
filed here this morning regarding the
subsequent Injunction issued by Dis
trict Judge Dyer restraining twenty
five western railroads from effecting a
freight increase The case will be
heard at the July term of the court
The case will be given precedence
over other cases on the calendar and
will be heard by four judges prac
tically the same court that heard the
suit against the Standard Oil com
pany The temporary injunction Is
ir Boils Stjews
Balces Ham Beef Chicken
Rice Potatoes Beans
Peas Onions Without Fire
195 395 595
Palestine Hardware
Company
BE SURE YOURE RIGHT
That is good advice all the time It is especially good in buying
Real Estate 1 have been selling East Texas property for years
and I am still here and selling more and more all the time My
customers of the past are my friends of today Enough said
The same thing in Fire Insurance
I rewrite policies year after year
P H HUGHE
Real Estate and Insurance can help you to profitable Investments
Office Robinson Bros Bank Phone 103
THE BEST
iS OUR HOBBY
Thats Why We
XC a rry In Slock
Cox Gordons Red Gravy hams and breakfast bacon
Swifts Premium hams and breakfast bacon
Diamond C hams and breakfast bacon
You always get the best if
you select from our TEMPLEs
TEMPLE
s THE GROCER
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president was inTon
resentative Mann and Senator
In his message the president said
the recent efforts by a number of
railroads to increase their freight
rates caused him to direct the attor
ney general to start a suit of injunc
tion and related the action which led
to the conference with the railroads
enjoined in which an agreement was
reached to withdraw the proposed In
creases until after the enactment of
the railroad bill The message fclso
expressed the hope that the other ra
roads of the country would take like
action in the premises He asked that
the bill as passed be made effective
at once
effective in the
meantime biU th
railroads have the privilege of asking
for a dissolution of the injunction at
any time The following judges of
the United States circuit court will
hear the case Walter S Sanborn
William H Hoch Willis Vandeventer
and Elmer Adams The court will sit
here A
HE MUST STAND TRIAL
Lee ONeil Browne Denied Writ
Habeas Corpus By Judge
Scanlan Today
of
Herald Special
Chicago 111 June 7 Lee ONeil
Browne minority leader of the IllInoTi
house of representatives was denied
a writ of habeas corpus by Judge
Scanlan today The writ sought to
prevent the legislators trial In
Cooke county on the charge of brib
ing Representative White to vote for
United States Senator Lorimer Rep
resentative Browne was remanded in
to the custody of the sheriff
Brownes trial before Judge McShur
ley was set for 10 oclock this morn
ing but Browne failed to appear
States Attorney Wayman demanded
the forfeiture of the bond of 15000
signed by Aldermen Powers and
Brenan The demand was granted as
the sheriff said he had not been offi
cially notified that Browne
the custody of the sheriff
NOTES OF INTEREST
The Illinois Central sues four for
mer officials for 2000000 charging
a conspiracy to defraud
Taft and the western railroads
come to an agreement and the in
junction suits are discontinued
George Little says the trouble with
Jack Johnson arose from his Insist
ence that Johnsons mother go In the
kitchen
We pay the big price for second
hand furniture Dobbs Furniture
Company 48U
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STINE DAILY
JST
ENGLISH OPINION THAT ROOSE
VELT WENT BEYOND LIMITS
F PROPRIETY IN HIS SPEECH
7T GUILDHALL TUESDAY
Herald Special
jondon June 1 The
government
officials and the English cabinet are
toflay convinced that Roosevelts
speech of yesterday in Guildhall in
wplch he rebuked Englands adminis
tration of affairs in Egypt will great
lllncrease the difficulty of dealing
w jh tne Political situation in Egypt
0p officials are making no public
nent because they
as a semiofficial visitor But
Sys criticisms on the speech have
I eased in severity
Jhe newspapers are especially out
en
rite
Ershow
as the following comments
Briefly the papers say
ally News Most unfortunate
iandardi AT humIHating rebuke
elegraph Bitter medicine a blunt
brusque admonition
jhronicle Outraged every conven
al canon of international propriety
lobe Dont teach grandmother to
eggs
ader The expression of the
Stest of modern sentimentalists
anchester Guardian Muddled
ish graphic Even Socrates was
bned for giving too much advice
tie real view of Rosevelts speech
iund In the streets where the peo
dre freed from restrictions The
meat generally is that Roosevelt
gggt beyond the limits of all propriety
ioucbedon a subject that is none
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PALESTINE TEXAS WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON JUNE 1 1910
RAILROAD
RATE CASE WILL BE
ROYALL LOAN AND
INVESTMENT CO
With a combined capital and
30000000
surplus of
And with total resources of more than
7 5000000
AJLD
6
15 CTS A WEEK
gthing Succeeds Like Success and Nothing Brings Success Like Advertising
Royall National Bank
EVERYTHING MAN WEARS
FROM THE HEAD DOWN
Hats
150 2 00 250 to 500
>
A Quarter for 1 wo
25c 50c 75c
50c 1 00 150
our strong point 1000 to 2250
25c a garment to 200 a suit
The best 25c and 50c
200 250 350 to 500
B Flanagan
Tho Loading Clothier and Furnlshor
Collars
Neckties
Shirts
Suits
Underwear
Hosiery
Shoes
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