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Palestine daily herald. [volume] (Palestine, Tex.) 1902-1949, June 23, 1910, Image 1

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VOL VIII NO 275
N the battle of life as in other
warfare strategy tactics and
fortune count for much But
most important is the determination
TOWIN TRADE WITH
TEMPLE The Grocer
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and you are sure to win especially in
securing THE BEST there is to eat
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MADE FULL CONFESSION
MURDER OF HIS WIFE
Herald SpJIfll
Hoboken N J June 23 Arretj
when the liner Prinzeps arrived friji
Mediterranean ports and docked he
today Porter Charlton accused ofvj
murder of his wife in Italy bra
down after being subjected to
Third Degree by the police and
mitted committing the crime TheJ
lice were notified by wireless thai
man answering Charltons descriptij
was aboard He admitted his idg
tity immediately after he was plad
under arrest but denied killings
wife and placing her body in L
Como but under questioning his CJ
fession was soon secured
A few minutes after his arrest3
while at police headquarters Chartfl
found himself facing a loaded <
volver in the hands of Captain ScJ
of the United States coast artillery
brother of the dead woman Scott
disarmed before he had time to shoi
In his confession h said he killedift
wife in a fit of temper and threw hi
body into the lake He exonqrate
Constantine Ispolatoff the Russia
held for some time on suspicion
Charlton was arraigned in pol
court and had no defense and sailuj
wished to make none The s atidi
partment at Washington has beea nj
titled of the arrest He booked as
passenger under the name of
Coleman of Omaha He first del
hisji3entityMt n fGKi
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headquarters he admitted
the mah wanted and finally said
I might as well tell all After1
making his confession which was
reduced to writing Charlton sign
ed it He says his wifes temper
was ungovernable and that they qua
reled frequently and that she use d
vile language He said she cursed
himv and he told her not to do It
again she repeated it and ho stru
her with a mallet with which he w
fixing a couch He said he thou
she was dead Then he stuffed
body into a trunk and threw it into
the lake He then left Como for Ge
noa and four days after boarded the
train for the United States
Et SESSION
Members of Congress Talked
Thouasnd Pages of Congres
sional Record
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Herald Special
Washington D C June 23 This
session of congress now about ready
to adjourn besides spending a billion
andxseventyfour million dollars of the
peopled money will go down in his
tory as the wordiest congress thus
far held The Congressional Record
already reaches nine thousand pages
approximately ten million eight nun1
dred thousand words Bills introduced
in the house 27065 in the senate
88210 The biTls for the public good
passed by congress with three treat
ies ratified and confirmed number
10800 Taft appointed two senators
and five representatives died during
the session which commenced Decem
ber G 1909
Washington City Is First City Count
Given Out Some Texas Coun
ties In the First List
Herald Special
Washington D C June 23 The
director of the census today an
nounced the official count of the cen
sus for thefollowing Texns counties
Norwood 8881 Morris 10438 Scur
vry jlCJ924 For Illinois Adams C4
598The
The population of Washington City
331009
We pay the big price for seconds
hand furnlture Dobbs Furniture
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PALESTINE TEXAS TttVmmp AFTERNOON JUNE 23 1910
liEfROWNE OFTHE NEW YORK
YRAL TELLS WHAT Is THE
KTTER WITH THE COUNTRY
ipTENOUGH FOOD
Herald Special
Paul Minn June 23 The
gfStates is facing the most se
jrisis in all Its history was the
jftlon of W G Browne presi
rail
con
of Minnesota bankers today
3rowne declared food consump
the nation is rapidly exceeding
lion and that gold production
sing so its purchasing power
pg reduced Development of
lie considers the most irapera
Eoblem before the nation
H the New York Central
tn an address before the
jURRER WAS SUSTANED
liandis DecidesAgainst the Na
tional Packing Company
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Herald Speflal
pgo 111 June 23 Judge Lan
the federal court today sus
isthe demurrer of the packers
the National Packing com
fch the ground that it is aiombi
Vfin restraint of trade and the
My
Bias ordered a special grand jury
iation
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prk on
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Reno Nevada June23 With Jas
J Jeffries training here Jack John
sonvdue to arrive tomorrow the work
on the arena progressing rapidly and
jGovernor Dlckerson promising not to
Interfere it seems there is nothing to
prevent the fight faking place on
jschedule time Both the principals
are reported in perfect condition
Tex Rickard declares that Hes
ters determination to pull off the
angfordKetchel fight here the morn
ng of July 4th is another blow to the
lsco fight politicians
JGeorge Little is again Johnsons
manager It isunderstood tthat Joh n
json has agreed to pay Little 41000
jonl original contracts
Case
of Lee ONeil Browne
Herald Special
r < hicago 111 June 23 The case of
Lee ONeil
Browne may be in the
hands of the jury before night Attor
ney ODonnell concluded his address
for the defense today and was follow
gd by Attorney Forrest representing
Browne States Attorney Wayman
iwill sum up for the prosecution this
a fternoon
luEATliBra ON
if
Senator Burton Undertakes to Talk
BIII t0 Death Representative
Weeks Stays With Him
Herald Special
Washington D C JunTe 23 When
Senator Burton of Ohio arose in the
senate today fo make a few remarks
on the bill anent the Great Mountain
forest reserves he had in mind to
speak two days He does not like the
bill and he gave notice that he hoped
to Induce congress to lay the bill over
until next session Representative
Weeks of Massachusetts issued an ul
timatum that congress cannot adjourn
until the bill passes The statesmen
thus face a peculiar problem with
Burton filibustering against and
Week s for the bill The outcome will
be watched with great interest and
keen excitement
LTEXAS BASEBALL LEAGUE
Results yesterday
jfShreveport 1 Galveston 0
J prt Worth 9 San Antonio 5
EDallas 1 Houston 0
Oklahoma City 3 Waco O
Result brlngera Herald want ads
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BE SURE YOURE RIGHT
That is good advice all the time It is especially Rood in buying
Real Estate 1 have been selling East Texas property for years
andIam still here and selling more and more all the time My
customers of the past aremy friends of today Enough said
The same thing in Fire Insurance
I rewrite policies year after year
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Furniture Carpet
WALL PAPER
This ideal spring weather prompt s us to remind you of those
rooms < you have postponed decorating so long
Our stock is complete in ev > ery detail filled with all the 1910
seasons latest offerings in High Art wall coverings
Come and let us talk wall paper to you
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The Exclusive Wall Paper House
But a Word About the Making
of this clothing from the first step the
shrinking of the woolens the greatest care
has been exercised Exclusive and foreign
materials are used and cut in distinctive
and stylish models All hand Tailored
Goat and Pants
Suits
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and that means the price of your
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