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Palestine daily herald. [volume] (Palestine, Tex.) 1902-1949, June 15, 1910, Image 1

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Believed That Porter Charlton Has
Sailed For America After Mur
dering His Wife
Herald Special
Como Italy June 15 The police
are today convinced that Porter
Charlton the husband murdered Mary
Scott Charlton and then sailed for
New York They have notified all
vessels bound foi America by wireless
to keep a lookout for the missing
man This opinion is in direct oppo
sition to United States Ambassador
Leishman who is still convinced that
Charlton was slain The discovery
that Charltons trunk Is missing he
claims strengthens the evidence of
his murder The postmaster at Mol
tarosio says Charlton asked him about
the sailing time of vessels and also
Inquired as to the depth of Lake
Como The police are convinced that
Charlton has left the country
WARRIORS MAKE PRESIDENTS
Secretary of War Dickinson Addresses
West Point Graduates
Herald Special
West Point N Y June lG rIn an
address to the graduates of West
Point today Secretary of War Dickin
son held up Roosevelt as the president
whom the fortunes of war had boosted
into the White House He said that
In the case of eight presidents the
rpputations they had made in war
had been potential in raising them to
the presidency
Have no automobile Order your
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morning or dont kick Davis Meat
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PALESTINE TEXAS WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON JUNE 15 1910
FOREIGN WORKMEN LOST THEIR
LIVES IN FIRE WHICH DESTROY
ED THEIR ROOMING HOUSE
THREE FATALLY INJURED
Herald Special
Niagara Falls N Y June 15
Twelve foreigners woikmen employed
by the Canadian Power Development
company were burned to death this
morning in a fire which destroyed a
boarding house at Pallsview Ontario
The origin of the fire Is a mystery
Three otheis a man and woman
and child are in the hospital suffer
ing from fatal burns
The dead are all Australians
TEXAS BASEBALL LEAGUE
Results yesterday
Galveston 4 Oklahoma City 0
San Antonio t > Dallas 2
Fort Worth 5 Waco 3
Houston G Shreveport 3
AVIATOR HAS TROUBLE
Mars Landed the Third Time Near
Lawrence In His Flight From
Topeka to Kansas City
Herald SpectaLl
Topeka Kast June 15 J C Mars
driving the Curtiss biplane Skylark
left Topeka at 510 this morning for
a flight to Kansas City After flying
ten minutes he landed at a farm house
to get a fresh start On his second at
tempt he reached Newman a town
4a 4 etftlesJBstefflibiB wheVe Se
again descended on account of motor
trouble
The engines were working badly
but Mars resumed his flight and
Janded for the third time at Midland
near Lawrence at 830 He covered
the distance from Newman to Midland
In twentyfour minutes In landing at
Midland the machine struck the
ground hard and some time was lost
in making repairs Kansas City Is
sixtyone miles from Topeka
Mars has been held at Midland in
definitely High winds and the bad
condition of his engines may make it
neqessary to abandon the flight If he
completes the trip he will win a purse
of 5000
WATCH AMERICAN PORTS
WAS SOUNDED IN AN ADDRESS
BY HON PHILANDER KNOX AT
COMMENCEMENT OF THE UNI
VERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA
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MrKhox used the
Herald Special 1
Philadelphia Pa June 15 Hon
Philadender C Knox sounded the key
note as to American diplomacy under
theyiresent administration in a speech
delivered at the commencement exer
cise of the University of Pennsylva
In concluding his address
following lan
guage
I have sought to show by this re
view how uniformly and consistently
thejmbtives and results of our inter
im
national action have tended to advance
theabrotherhood of nations We have
Indeed as is right firmly maintained
onrjnational sovereignty and dignity
andjthe rights of our citizens and we
have not avoided war when honor and
duty have invoked that stern arbitra
ment Nevertheless we have loyally
submitted ourselves to the control of
the Ideals of peace and to the princi
ples of international comity and good
wUl and we have exerted our Influ
ence and good offices to guide and
aid others along that path We have
not indeed stribd alone in this atti
tude but have acted in concert with
other powers who recognize the same
high call and seek the same great
ends JJYom the ages when barbarism
andiCruelty dominated the world
through the intervening eras when ad
vancing civilization slowly extended
to relations between states the forces
of1 enlightened and beneficent private
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when it Is evident that the future
holds in store a time when wars shall
cease when the nations of the world
shall realize a federation as real and
vital as that now subsisting between
ths component parts of a single state
when by deliberate international con
junction the strong shall universally
help the weak and when the cor
porate righteousness of the world
shall compel unrighteousness to dis
appear andshall destroy the habita
tions of cruelty still lingering in the
dark places of the earth This Is
the spirit of the wide world brooding
on things to come That day will be
the millenium of course but In some
sense and degree it will surely be
realized inthis dispensation of mortal
time
It is for this country always to
maintain its historic policy and atti
tude to be true to this greatest duty
of a nation which is entirely consist
ent with all its Internal duties to ad
vance that time which the whole
course of history and all divine proph
ecies and revelations alike presage
The tumult and the shouting dies
the captains and the kings depart
let us Invoke that solemn prayer of
the poet lest we forget that the an
cient sacrifice still remains the sac
rifice of the submission to the Al
mighty of the hearts of a people res
olute for righteousness Thus we
shall realize In some sort ourselves
and shall help the world and the fu
ture to realize that faroff divine
event to which the whole creation
moves
OF A BIG PLOT
Will Be Line of Representative
Brownes Defense In the Lofimer
Bribery Scandal Case
Herald Spcelal1
Chicago June 15 The defense of
Lee ONeil Browne will be that he
and Senator Lorimer are the victims
of a gigantic plot of which Representa
tive White is the tool Lorimer will
probably take the stand and testify
along this line The policy of the de
fense was indicated today in the
cross examination of White Attor
ney Forest asked White why he had
picked the Tribune to sell his graft
story to and if It was not because the
Tribune was hostile to Lorimer and
Browne
White related his first meeting with
Browne in Springfield and said
Browne then offered him one thou
sand dollars for his vote for Lorimer
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