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Palestine daily herald. [volume] (Palestine, Tex.) 1902-1949, December 05, 1910, Image 1

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PALESTINE
VOL IX NO 10L
Your Holiday Advertisini
Often calls to mind to many people the fact that they are not
insured as they should be But it ia to late to take out insur
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to insure is now I can write you a policy now that will give
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Real Estate and Fire insurance
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T E M P L Ef V
OUT OF RESPECT TO MEMORY OF
DEPARTED SENATORS AND
REPRESENTATIVES
UNCLE JOE IS JOLLIED
By the Boys While Champ Clark Has
a New String of Stories to Tell
President Taft Will Present
His Message Tuesday
Herald Special
Washington D C Dec 5 Scenes
that were familiar but none the less
interesting greeted the ejes of the
visitors who packed the galleries of
the house today at the opening of
the final session of the Sixtyfirst
congress The crowds came early
and when the speaUeis gavel fell
promptly on the stroke of twelve the
galleries were filled with gaily dress
ed women who added much to the
picuresqueness of the scene
The most of the members also put
in an early appearance and for two
hours before the house was called to
order the chamber resembled some
what an exciting day on the Stock
Exchange in New York Victors and
vanquished were there to congratulate
and sympathize with one another over
the results of the November ballot
To the onlooker it was difficult to
distinguish between the two Every
body was jovially slapping everybody
else on the back and all the members
were acting like a lot of boys at the
beginning of school
The appearance of Speaker Cannon
in the chamber was the signal for a
hearty round of applause from both
members and the gallery though it
the truth must be told Uncle Joe
had to stand for a vast amount of
kidding during the day
Seated at his old desk and sur
rounded by a bevy of friends was
Champ Clark leader of the minority
In the present session and the prob
able speaker in the next house From
the manner in which his colleagues
were laughing Mr Clark evidently
had brought back with him a new
stock of stories
Walking up and down the aisle
greeting old friends was General H
H Bingham of the First Pennsylva
nia district whose continuous service
of over thirty years has entitled him
to be called The Father of the
House General Bingham entered
upon his seventieth year yesterday
but he might pass for fifty
When Speaker Cannon with two
sharp raps of his gavel had called
the house to order the buzz of con
versation was hushed while the chap
lain offered the opening prayer A
few minor formalities were disposed
of and attention was called to the
deaths of three members of the house
during the recess In accordance
with custom a resolution to adjourn
was then offered and adopted as a
further mark of respect to the mem
ory of the deceased The house ad
journed at 1246
In the senate the initial session was
unusually short lasting only eighteen
minutes The public galleries were
filled when Vice President Sher
man called the body to order In the
audience were the families of many
senators and men in public life Sev
eral members of the diplomatic corps
were present A few changes were
noticeable in the membership of tht
senate Death had removed Senators
Daniel of Virginia Clay of Georgia
Dolliver of Iowa McLaurin of Missis
sippi and McBnery of Louisiana The
successors of most of these by guber
natorial appbintments were on hand
ready td take the oath of office
When the two houses reassemble to
morrow the annual message of Presi
dent Taft will be received and read
Then both house and senate will be
ready to take up the regular grind of
business
Many members Speaker Cannon
among them are of the opinion that
the session will witness little legisla
tion beyond the passage of the appro
priation bill The session which
will end March 4 by constittitlo
limitation will be broken by the
day recess usually of two week
ration putting further limits
on legislative activity
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PALESTINE TEXAS MONDAY AFTERNOON DECEMBER 5 1910
Effective Throu
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SIX ARE DEAD
And Forty Injured Among Pas
sengers of English Train
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Herald1 Special
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London Dec 5 In a
llslon between two trains
Wjllesden Junction
passengers were
falally
scoped
colat
today six
killed and
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fqrtjg injured many of them
Six cars were tele
m
eachMveqk are to be set aside under
speciaCrules the reforms inaugurat
ed bylthe progressives and democrats
at thejlastsession and it isithe gen
eral opinion that the residuary time
will bejllttle more than sufficient for
careful consideration of the appropri
ation Jailll especially as the adminis
trationfademand for economy in ex
pendltore Is to be met as far as
possible
Therefts plenty of work at hand It
congresslchooses to take It up The
committees are organized and over
whelmedwlth bills If they care to re
port aW new measures In the sen
ate theWnfinished business is the ship
subsidj plll It has the rightofway
until ilfis decided to sidetrack it for
something else
But jthe i senate calendars though
well filled are not loaded down as
aje i jeMt tne house There are
lOl BiIJs on the calendar of the com
mittee of the whole 67 on the house
calendar 138 on the private calen
dar and 5 on the calendar for unani
mous consent while there are about
40 motions pending to discharge com
mittees from consideration of bills
not yet eported
Many of the southern democrats
will not come to Washington until
after the holidays
Indians On
War Path
Herald Special
Tacoma Wash Dec 5 Several
white men have been killed by Indians
in the Kantlshma mining district in
the northern foothills of Mount Mc
Kinley according to a cable message
received from Fairbanks Alaska
Among the names unofficially re
ported by United States marshals are
Cass Berry David Benner and John
Poulman Three others are missing
The message states that the Indians
are still on the war path
A Benefit Ball
The Herald acknowledges receipt of
complimentary tickets to a benefit
ball to be at the city hall on the eve
ning of December 16 the proceeds to
go to the Missouri Pacific boilermaker
strikers The affair is to be given
under the auspices of the I B of B
H No 273 I B of I S of A No
4C4 S M W No 391 and I A of
M No S08 Admission will be 1 >
with ladies free The ball promises
to be a gieat success and a very pleas
ant affair
SUMMARYOF NEWS
LOCAL
Palestine Jnay be member of new
baseball league now in course of
formation
Meetingcalled for December 17 to dis
cuss and take some action to stop
Sunijay hunting in this cdunty
Public school now begins at 830 a
m and closes at 230 p m with
thirty iminutes for dinner
GENERAL
or Chicago department stores
on strike
Indians go on war patl and
veral white men
slon of Sixtyfirst congress
ed today atjwon
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