Palestine Daily Herald (Palestine, Tex.), Vol. 7, No. 149, Ed. 1, Monday, January 18, 1909

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WATKINS3 STUDIO
RING 329
Congressman Was Villir iCi
In Speech When He Was Re-
moved From the Floor
Special to the Herald
Washington D C Jan 18 Repre-
sentative Willett of New York serv-
ing his first term m congress attack-
ed President Roosevelt in a speech to-
day appljing such terms as gar-
goyle tyrant pigmy descend-
ant of Dutch traders a fountain of
billingsgate etc though he did not
mention names He said the presi-
dent arrived before he was due and
mentioned the circumstance of Mc
Kmleys assassination as being re-
sponsible He said he consideied the
president a national joke The speech
created quite a stir and it was with
difficulty the speaker was silenced
The house by a vote of 128 to 78 took
Willett off the floor on a point of
order that he was illifing the presi-
dent of the United States and he was
not allowed to pioceed a
KILLED HIS Oil SOI
Then Fled to Woods With Shotgun
and Blew His Own Brains Out
Before Posse Reached Him
Special to the Herald
Faiimont W Va Jam 18 An tin
usual and fearful tragedy took place
here today Hemy Pyles in a quarrel
with his wife stiuck her with a pick
handle when his son Samuel aged
twentyfour jeais took his mothers
part The father shot and killed the
son with a shotgun and then fled to
the woods He was surrounded in n
thicket by a posse and seeing cap-
ture certain he placed the muzzle of
the gun to his head and pulled the
trigger with his foot Killing himself
Petition to Government to Stop Res-
cue Work In Messina on Ac-
count of Danger
Special to the Herald
Rome Jan IS A formal petition
was lecohed by the goornment to
day from the lescneis at Messina
asking that all relief work be stopped
owing to the miasmatic condition of
the city The danger of infection and
an attending plague are said by the
petition to be greater than any pos
sible chance to lescue other suffer
ers
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UNITED STATES SUPREME COURT
HOLDS ANTITRUST LAWS OF
STATE CONSTITUTIONAL
OIL COMPANY MUST
PA BIG FINE IMPOSED
News Is Received at Austin With
Very Much Satisfaction Will
Depose Federal Receiver
and Place State Receiv-
er In Charge
Special to tj e Herald
Washington D C Jan 18 The
Texas state antitrust laws of 190103
were today held constitutional by the
supreme court of the United States in
its decision in the Waters Pierce Oil
company case when the fine imposed
amounting to 1623900 was affirmed
THE NEWS AT AUSTIN
Special to the Herald
Austin Texas Jan 18 The news
of the confirmingof the states judg-
ment against the Waters Pierce Oil
company by the supreme court at
Washington was received here with
a great deal of satisfaction It is now
thought this settles the federal re-
ceivership and that the state receiver
will be placed in charge of the prop-
erty of the company in Texas
BUUiSSIMFliT
Nine Were Captured and Blood-
Hounds Are Trailing Others Who
Tried to Extort Money
Special to the Herald
Washington D C Jan 18 The
police and a band of alleged black
banders had a pitched battle this
morning at a place where a wealthy
woman was supposed to have left a
package containing 2000 A trap was
sqt for the men and when they came
for the money a pitched battle en-
sued resulting in the captura of nine
of the men Bloodhounds are ti ailing
others of the gang
As a Witness In the Government Libel
Suit Against the New York
World
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Special to the Herald
Washington1 D Cr Jan IS Chas
Tift brother of the presidentelect
arrived here today under subpoena to
testify in the libel case brought by
tfye government against the New York
World resulting from the Panama
scandal publications
May Get Prison Sentence
to the Herald
jtain newspapers for printing the al
leged Panama canal scandal is based
on a section of the District of Colum
bia code giving a possible fine of
1000 and five years imprisonment
Other federal statutes contain no libel
protection Douglas Robinson arrived
today to testify before the grand jury
He went to the White House to con
sult with President Roosevelt
Want to Be Cited
Special to the Herald
Washington D C Jan 18gSen
ator Raynor today introduced < reso-
lution calling on the attorney general
to say under what provision of the
federal laws the investigations of the
Panama canal publications are being
conducted
TO FIGHT TWO CENT LAW
Yoakum and Others Gather In Austin
to Use Influence Again Bill
Special to the Herald
Austin Texas Jan 18 B F Yoa
kum chairman of the board of the
Rock Island railroad and other rail
road men have met here to plan an
opposition to the proposed two cent
passenger fare law
Trouble Caused By Employment
German Superintendent In
Woolen Mills
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Special to the Herald
Lisbon Portugal Jan 18 A strike
followed by a general liot among the
strikers is in pregiess heie today
The local garrison was called out
and fired repeated volleys into the
mob The strikeis were accompanied
by women and childien and the in
jured were carried away and conceal-
ed The trouble aiose oer a German
superintendent being put in chaige of
one of the large woolen mills
Wants It Made National
Special to the Herald
Washington D C Jan 18 Presi-
dent Roosevelt today sent a special
message to congress asking that Lin
cblns biithday be made a national
holiday
Bishop McQuaide Dead
Special to the Herald
Rochester N Y Jan IS Bishop
Bernard J McQuaide of the Catholic
diocese of Rochester died this morn-
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Hamilton, W. M. & Hamilton, H. V., Jr. Palestine Daily Herald (Palestine, Tex.), Vol. 7, No. 149, Ed. 1, Monday, January 18, 1909. Palestine, Texas. The Portal to Texas History. http://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth83686/. Accessed December 18, 2014.