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Palestine daily herald. [volume] (Palestine, Tex.) 1902-1949, July 28, 1910, Image 2

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Lower Legislative House Has Broad
ened Scope of Proposed Graft
Investigation
Austin Texas July 27 The invest
gation to be made of the graft
charges is to extend to the primaries
of last Saturday with special refer
ence to the use of money to secure the
nomination of candidates for public
office
It is understood that charges have
boen made that certain corporations
of the state contributed sums of
money to various campaign funds and
jt Is intimated that this was particu
larly true in the case of Mr Colquit
It is the purpose of those favoring
the investigation and especially thos =
who opposed Mr Colquitt in the cam
paign to bring out such facts as are
possible to develop before the nomi
nating convention is held
If it is shown that corporations have
contributed money in this manner it is
stated that they are subject to a
heavy penaltyunder the laws of the
state and the fitness of the candidate
who secured his nomination in this
manner would be seriously question i
in the convention at Galveston
Representatives Canales and Caves
cre ted something of a sensation this
morning when they offered a substi
tute for their resolution of yesterday
The substitute made special reference
to tne charges that favorseeking cor
porations used large sums of money
in the recent primaries for the pur
pose of influencing the result
Members of the house admit that
the effect of the resolution will be to
go thoroughly into the manner of con
ducting the campaign and some inter
esting developments are hinted at
Text of Resolutions
Austin Texas July 27 The follow
ing resolution was adopted in the
house this morning 83 to 23
Whereas there have been charges
repeatedly made by men of fhigh
standing and responsibility and pub
lished broadcast in the newspapers
throughout the state to the effect that
the legislature was influenced or pre
vented during the regular and former
called sessions of the legislature by
the use of money and other corrupt
influences and
Whereas certain other charges
have been made to the effect that sub
mission was defeated by corruption
xand
Whereas it has also been charged
that favorseetog teterests used
larga sums of money and other cor
rupting agencies with said legislature
and in the campaign just closed for
the purpose of influencing the result
in the primary election held on Satur
day July 23 1910 and
Whereas the good name of the
TAKE OFF THE FAT
WHERE IT SHOWS
Most women suffer much humilia
tion because of the great quantities of
fat so located that no matter how
they dress everybody sees that thej
are abnormal This is the day of the
slender figure and fat women are
simply not tolerated either in business
or social affairs Women may not
know it but men when they see a fat
woman pass them on the street make
all manner of sympathetic remarks
about her They do not mean to be
unkind or to seem unmanly but it is
natural for a man to dislike fat on a
woman Where fat shovs the most
there is where it must be lemoved
xand as quickly as possible The hot
weather dresses seem to be made for
the fat womans misery and the slen
der womans delight They expase all
the charms of woman and her ugli
ness as well Exercise and diet will
not remove fat This has been proved
The famous Marmola prescription
which has met with such phenomenal
success and has so many of our so
ciety women as Its sponsors is now
being sold in tablet form to meet the
demand of the public for this style of
treatment These little tablets go
into your system just like food They
stop the stomach and disgestive ap
paratus from producing fat and reduce
the fat upon the body at the rate of
from 12 to 15 ounces a day They are
harmless and can be carried in your
purseand taken even after you have
Indulged In a hearty meal away from
home They are sold at all drug
stores at 75 cents a case or if you
prefer you may write tho Marmola
Company 1113 Farmer Bldg Detroit
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legislature and the integrity and the
honor of our state demands that this
called session of the legislature give
attention to these charges and that
ample means be provided at once for
a thorough and effective investigation
to the end that if these charges are
found groundless the stigma may be
removed and if true the guilty ones be
brought to justice and punished for
their crimes and if the laws of the
state are insufficient that suitable
laws may be enacted to prevent the
recurrence of such acts therefore be
it
Resolved by the house of repre
sentatives the senate concurring that
a committee of ten six from the
house and four from the senate to
be selected by the speaker of the
house and the president of the senate
respectively be appointed to investi
gate < and ascertain the truth or falsity
of these charges and any other
chargtes as this legislature from time
to time by concurrent resolutions may
give said committee
to investigate
That said committee be and the same
is hereby created and empowered and
given such authority as is provided in
chapter 7 of the acts of the Thirtieth
legislature providing for investigating
committees
Position of Campbell
Austin Texas July 27 The state
ment was made in private conversa
tion with members of the house that
Governor Campbell had commended
the house for passing the investiga
tion resolution and would favor an ap
propriation of 10000 to make it thor
ough Governor Campbell was seen
and denied that he had made any pos
itive statement but admitted the ne
cessity of an appropriation He said
no amount was mentioned in the con
versation referred to
THE WRONG DIAGNOSIS
Prompt the Use of
Remedies
Worthless
Even an experienced physician will
sometimes make a mistake in diag
nosis in which event his entire treat
ment is wasted and may even be in
jurious to the patient
The adocates of all other hair res
toratives save Herpicide have wrongly
diagnosed the cause of dandruff and
falling hair
They figuie on a functional disease
whereas it is now known and gen
erally accepted that hair loss is due
to a parasitic germ which Newbros
Herpicide destrojs
There is no substitute for Herpicide
accept none
Sold by leading druggists Send lOo
in stamps for sample to The Herpicide
Co Detroit Mich
One dollar bottles guaranteed Brat
ion Drug Co Special Agents Adv
Field Day of New England Eagles
Herald Special
Providence R I July 28 Hun
dreds of members of tho order of
Eagles throughout New England flock
ed hero today for their annual field
day and outing The days program
was opened with a parade which was
reviewed by Governor Pothler of
Rhode Island and Mayor Fletcher of
Providence The visitors then pro
ceeded to Crescent Point where the
remainder of the day was devoted to
drills and athletic sports
Phone 10C3 for the choicest of
peaches tomatoes and blackberries
fresh picked every day 2tf
HODGES
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AWAITING PIS DOOM
John Junkin the Ottumwa Negro
Who Murdered Miss Rosen to
Hang at Fort Madison la
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Fort Madison la July 28 Before
the expiration of another day John
Junkm the negro who on the night
of February 5 1909 brutally murder
ed and then robbed Miss Clara Rosen
a handsome choir singer at Ottumwaj
in this state will have expiated his
crime upon the gallows The scaf
fold recently erected at the peniten
tiary is waiting for the doomed man
and the preparations for the execu
tion which have kept Sheriff John G
Clark of Appanoose county busy for
many days are completed in every
detail
With the approach of the time for
his execution the condemned murder
er has become extremely nervous and
the prison guards who have kept the
death watch over the prisoner for
several weeks have doubled their vig
ilance fearing that Junkin almost in
sane from fright over the approaching
ordeal would attempt to commit sui
cide at the last moment rather than
undergo the legal penalty upon the
scaffold
The attitude of the negro murderer
has undergone a remarkable change
since the time when he was first tak
en to the penitentiary to protect him
from being lynched After hs fear of
the lynchers had worn ff Junkin dis
played a bravado which thoroughly
disgusted the prison officials He
seemed to feel great satisfaction over
his importance and notoriety and did
not even lose his assurance when he
was found guilty of murder and sen
tenced to death But as the time for
his execution approached his dread
of the terrible ordeal made him a
craven sullen and whining man as his
moods changed Never for a moment
did he give the slightest evidence of
remorse for his brutual crime or of
sympathy for the victim and her fam
ily
The crime for which Junkin will
pay the legal penalty upon the gal
lows tomorrow was one of the most
heinous in the criminal annals of this
state The > oung and handsome vic
tim Miss Clara Rosen was returning
from choir practice on the n ght of
February 5 of last year when she was
waj laid by Junkin In a deserted lo
cality The negro choked the girl to
prevent her from crying for help beat
her brains out with a rock and then
robbed her of her earrings and fnger
rings He was caught a short time
after the murder when he tried to
pawn the rings The unusual brutal
ity of theerhne had aroused the most
intense feeling among the citizens of
Ottumwa and when it became known
that the shij er of the girl had been ap
prehended the citizens gathered with
tho intention of lynching the murder
er Only with the greatest difficulty
did the authorties succeed in thwart
ing the plans of the incensedcitizens
and Insmuggling Junkin out of the
city and bringing hm by special train
to Fort Madison yhere he was kept
safe at the penitentiary
The execution of Junkin tomorrow
will be the second legal hang ng of a
negro In this state In twentyfive
j ears The last negro who paid tht
death penalty upon the scaffold In
this state was Joe Smith a negro
from Buxton who was hanged April
20 190G for the murder of his Bweet
heart It is a remarkable coincidence
that Judge M A Roberts who passed
judgment on Junkin also presided at
the trial of Smith
There was a great demand for per
mits to witness the hanging of Jun
kin but Sheriff Clark was compelled
to lefuse the requests of a majority
of the applicants Among those who
received tickets of admission are the
father and two brothers of the victim
the aged mothe r of the condemned
murderer six sheriffs three of the
jurors who pronounced Junkm guilty
of murder four of the special guards
who watched Junkin day and night
since he conclusion of the trial the
prosecuting attorneys of Wapello and
Appanoose counties one of the attor
neys for the defense the supeiintend
ent of the railroad who had arranged
the special train to take Junkin to
Fort Madison three newspapermen
and a few others
After the execution the body of
Junkin will be turned over to Profes
sor H J Hoeve the criminologist
who wishes to make a careful exami
nation of the brain and other organs
of the criminal Junkin sold his body
to Dr Hoeve for 50 the money to
go to his old mother who spent her
last dollar for the defense of her son
When the stomach fails to perform
its functions the bowels become de
ranged the liver and the kidneys con
gested causing numerous diseases
The stomach and liver must be re
stored to a healthy condition and
Chamberlains Stomach and Liver
Tablets can he depended upon to do
it Easy to take and most effective
Sold by Bratton Drug Co
Result bringers Herald wint ads
SHOES TALK
We have gone through our ladies low cut shoe stock
and where we found 1 2 or 3 pairs of a kind we placed
them on two display tablesv The sizes are broken but
perhaps we might have just your size The former price
of these shoes was from 250 to 350 your choice
to clear them out 195 in vicis tans ahd patent leathers v
These Are This Seasons Best Styjes
One lot mens box calf bluchers a good
serviceable shoe 250 values special
only 195
One lot mens gun metal calf bluchers
cap toe dressy style former price
S225 special 175
One lot mens calf work shoes plain
toe a good wearer 200 values special
for only 145
We have just opened 18 cases of J E
Tilts famous 350 and 400 shoes for
men the best wearing shoe in the world
Hodges Dry Goods Gtimpmmy
14500 BLAZE
Winchester Fayette County Is
most Wiped Off the Map
Al
Winchester Texas July 2C At 2
oclock Tuesday morning the store
house and blacksmith shop of F
Reinsch was discoveied on fire The
store house and stock of merchandise
was a total loss values as follows
Stoie house 1000 merchandise
2500 blacksmith shop and stock on
hand 1000 No insurance was car
ried The W A Giles building Vas
the next place to catch Mr Giles
places his loss at 10000 with only
J500 insurance At one time it looked
as if the whole business part of the
town was doomed The efforts of the
ctizens both white and black saved
the town from being burned
Teething children nave more or less
diarrhoea which can be controlled by
giving Chamberlains Colic Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy All that Is
necessary is to give the prescribed
dose after eacli operation of the bow
els moie than natuial and then cas
tor o 1 to cleanse the system It is
safe and sure Sold by Biatton Drug
Co
Siloons May Bar Out Tickers
OlrraWl Special >
Appleton Wis July 28 Whether
tickers giving stock quotations and
sporting news shall he continued In
saloons in this state will be decided
at the annual convention of the Wis
consin Retail Liquor Dealers Asso
ciation which began a three days
session heie today with a large and
representative attendance
Jas F Brook Architect and Engi
neer Room 25 Link Building tf
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IFomf Hours of Petptual
The Westinghouse 8inch Home Fan will give you a cool
refreshing breeze on the hottest day for the trifling cost of
14 cent an hour
It is light and can be carried from room to room And it
can be used either as a wall or desk fan Can you afford
not to have one
Perhaps you want a larger fan for the office or store
and examine our line aH types for all purposes
our Cloth
Need Cleaning and Pressing
SPRING STREET
Call
Palestine Electric Ice Company
Send them to us We will see that they are clearn
ed perfectly and are nicely pressed We do not
merely spot clean your garments Every thread of
the fabric is thoroughly cleaned and freshened up
by our uptodate process Your coat collar is free
from soil the sleeves do not bag at the elbow and the
coat front is straight and stiff when we return your
coat We do any kind of alteration for ladies and
gentlemen
Everything Called For and Delivered
In a Dust Proqf Wagon
Tippen A Gil breath
Phone
Made to Your Measure
Jailored inveiyParticular Cored in Design and Hang
HAVE A NEATLY APPOINTED SHOW ROOM and work
shop for Ladles only with Lady Attendants I cut
and make Skirts from the whole cloth of your selection to
your measure of any design you may select I show a line of
Woolens or skirts that cannot be equaled outside of the largest
cities Do have trouble to skirt that
you get a looks well on you
can Design one that will Look Well
Appel The Tailor
At the Head of the Stairs Over Palestine National Bank
PHONE 665
TO DO PLUMBING
it requires experience and judgment
An apprentice is alright in his place
but long training is necessary tomake
full pledged plumbers out of them We
send experienced men to every job be
cause it is
Cheapnr For You
and the work gives satisfaction We
make our money by doing more jobs as
a result of your recommendation
JIM RED WINE
Shop Cor Oak and John Bts
Wheat Bran per ioo 1 s 140
Corn iYTeai per sack 65
Granulated bugar per ioo lbs 575
Alfilfa Hay per bale 65
Buffolo Syrup per gallon 55
J C PR1
ACHINERY
Should you need Cotton tinning Cane Grinding Saw Mill or othcr
Machinery or repairs for same it matters not by whom made Dilleys
can save you time trouble or money perhaps all if you will consult
them You are desirious of building up Anderson County give proof of
it by first giving home factories employing home labor an opportunity
to Bervc you and then allthings being equal give them thepreferencr
Call on or Addrtii
Geo M Dilley Son
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