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Hereford Reporter Newspaper Archives May 10 1901, Page 7

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Hereford Reporter (Newspaper) - May 10, 1901, Hereford, Texas Hereford reporter Friday May 10, Itoi 7 Dyer amp sons _ retail dealers in lumber shingles Sash doors a a it and All kinds of i building material a a % i t we have just purchased the lumber business of a. G. Mcadams and have the Best Stock of lumber in this Section a a in Yards j Hereford Texas Plainview the Ritchey House j. T. Tygret manager Only the Best of everything Well ventilated rooms served on our tables Good clean Beds rates reasonable Hereford Texas first class work clean towels guaranteed a specially the City Barber shop Geo. W. Dale prop. Bath rooms in connection fitted up your patronage with porcelain lined Bath tubs will be appreciate Washington letter. About that Mckinley in excursion. Who defray the expense believed that the supreme court will decide that the con Titu Tion follows the Flag. From our regular correspondent Washington May 8, 1901. It was Idle for republicans to deny that this administration is unfriendly to the Rich corporations in View of the donation it is now openly accepting from them. The Mckinley excursion train will Cost not a cent less than $50,000�?probably More and it is being accepted As a gift by or. Mckinley and his fellow travellers. Yet officers in the Philippines Are being tried by court martial for exacting bribes of a few thousand dollars from army contractors. There is not even a pretence that any person in the Mckinley train is paying a cent for the trip. The Pullman monopoly furnishes the cars and each Railroad Over which it passes furnishes the motive Power and the eatables drinkable etc., during its transit Over its lines and the Bill of fare is As Good As that fur a wished by the most expensive hotels. No Man of Ordinary intelligence be j lives that corporate is give away Money without exacting its return in favors of some sort. Or. Mckinley knew that when he accepted this donation that he incurred an obligation to the donors which would sooner or later have to be met and the intelligent people of this country know it too and will doubtless express their opinion of toilet goods and sundries full line of the Best paints varnishes and brushes a our Stock of drugs. Fresh pure and Complete prescriptions compounded by a registered druggist our motto accuracy and cleanliness or. R. H. Gough s drug store o. F. Smith prescription clerk and manager the transaction at the polls when their next opp3rtunity comes. Has the supreme court agreed to i decide Porto Rico to be a part of i the United states that the constr i tuition follows the Flag a and that 1 the Porto rican Tariff Bill was unconstitutional Many lawyers be Lieve it has. And that the decision i will not be handed Down until n it december when Congress will be in session because to hand it Down before would be to make an extra session of Congress necessary. It is thought that this is fully known to the administration As solicitor i general Richards who knew the Rule of the United states supreme court that Only citizens of the United states can become members of its bar made the motion to and i Mit Frederico Degelau resident a Porto rican commis tuner to prac Tice before that court. The motion i was granted. Previously the presi-1 Dent of the civil service commission had decided that citizens of Porto i Rico were citizens of the United j states. Or. Montague White Boer j agent in the United states has been in Washington for some Days. While he does not publicly admit that his object was to sound the administration to ascertain How it would receive president Kruger if he paid the United states a visit there Are reasons to believe this to have been his object. Or. White said that or. Kruger had a Strong i desire to visit America and intimated that he might do so next fall. English influence is too great with the for or. Kruger to it hip for any More of Ficia recognition if he comes then was g vet to his envoys last y a. Toe first claim to be filed with the Spanish claim commission in which damages Are asked for other than property losses is that of mrs. A. T. De Govin for the death of her son Charles Govin an american citizen who accompanied one of the filibuster expeditions on the Steamer three friends to Cuba As a correspondent of a key West paper was captured and executed by order of the commander of a body of Spanish troops notwithstanding his american citizenship and that As a newspaper co resp indent he was a non combatant. She asks $60,000 damages. Admiral Dewey occupied the seat of Honor at a dinner Given in Washington to celebrate Dewey Day and among the guests were f Twenty five officers who participated in the Battle of Manila Bay include j ing capt. Wildes who commanded the Boston capt. Lambertson of the Olympia and capt. Walker of the Concord. The dinner was informal without set speeches the intention being to make it merely a social Jollif cation. A congressional party largely made up of democrats have arranged to go to the Philippines on the United states transport endless which will Start from new York in a few weeks to be gone about four months. The party will consist of senators Bacon of Georgia Harris of Kansas and Turner of Washington and representatives Smith of Illinois. Gaines of Tennessee Mer cer of Nebraska. Mccleary of Minnesota Din More of Arkansas de Armond of Missouri and Burleson of texan. The members of the River and Harbor committee of the last House Ani their wives Are going to imitate i tie Mckinley Mexcur Ion in a Small Way by making a junket to the Pacific coast via the Gulf ports of Texas and As they announce that their junket is not to Cost the government anything the Bills a. Probably to be footed by the same parties the obliging railroads. The alleged detect of this junket is to inspect ports. That is a Good scheme too As i reduces boards of Trade Ani Ether commercial Bodie of towns Laving harbours in need of improvement to stir themselves in properly int. Taining the inspectors and their wives thus making sure that the junk eters will have to spend their own Money. It is n t v. the Bounds of probability t int ai., one of these junket is will acquire any information about the harbours that he personally inspects from the deck of a Steamboat or the window of a hotel that could not have been acquire i jut As Well an i from the same parties in the committee room at Washington but a personal i inspection a furnishes the excuse i the junket. Coontown 400under Canvas. Among the celebrated performers who appear in the big spectacular production a Coontown 400�?� which comes Here tuesday May 14th, exhibiting under the big White Canvas Are Mccarver Reed and Mccarver Hibbard Brewer Emma Thompson Scott and Deleo Saint Suttle Jas. Hood Billy Carroll Harry Reed Billy Johnson a. L. Mason h. L. I Deming Bertha Stone Georgia Dobbs Lillian Garay Sadie citizen i de Hood Laura Woods Carrie Eldridge miss Johnson the Chicago american Quartetti the comedy 4, and a number of others in Brilliant specialities circus acts grand marches etc., introduced in the Mammoth production of a Coontown 400.�?� free Parade at 12 of clock. Prices it admission 25 and 50 cents

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