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THE DAILY PANHANDLE
If You Miss the VAUDEVILLE At the DEANDI
YOU MISS THE BEST
Show Amarillo Has Had For a Long While
is common sense. When
you buy Wall Paper from
me you are sure of sav-
fng a Rood per cent on
; your money.
W. F. Odom
Warren's f id Stand
601 Polk Phone 777
Four Brick stores, corner Tolk
ud jlh urects. rent. fur l.tjo.oo
per month. Lot 101140 ft.
1 44m 1 50 ft- corner 5th nd Tj ler,
outh front 140 fed u 5th street.
Corpus Chrlttl, Texas
Cor. 6th and Polk Streets
The Texas Realty
a Immigration Co.
Merit Your Patronage if and
courteous treatment means anything
tojeu. Suppose you five us atrial.
F. W. ZIMMKRMAN. President.
I. B. ALLENSWORTH. V. P.
U A. GAMBLE.
c6 folk St. Amarillo. Teias
A repreentative to
take applications for
loan for the Standard
Trust Company, a company that loans
money at 3 per cent interest to buy
home ad allows the borrower to re
jurn Mire at $7.50 per month on the
'.housand. Salary or commission
M. i. W0XSHIM. District Arjt.
107 Iat 4th St. est
Horn Phone 917 Office Phrne 71
kentneky hundsy School.
, pe. 11 to Dally panhandle.
MadisonvUle. K... Aw J. 27. Madl-
uoavlile gave a hearty welcome today
the hundreds of delegates gather-
here tor the forty-second annual
uee'ion of th Kentucky Sunday
rhool ateoclslion, which opened
afternoon with a conference of
le. toaaty and district officers.
tional sersions will be held to-
rnesr and Thursday. Addresee
be made by several speaker of
fit' local prolaeac la the Sunday
ratal aad religions world, among
. tbn) Marion Law re ace. Internation
al general secretary and Dr. WlllUm
ftyras, ef Detroit, author o( "The
r1 -1 rvr irt K I 0
Comrcsrca Commission Renders
.Sweeping Decision in Favor
of tocos Valley Towns
Special to Dally panhandle.
Washington, D C Aug. 27. The
shippers of the Panhandle of Texas
and of the Pecos valley of New
Mexico have won one of the most
sweeping victories In the history of
t ie Interstate commerce commission
ufter a protracted hearing, the mem
bers dividing that the Santa Fe, as
the principal defendant and key to
the rate situation, had bottled up
the Peroa valley and was retarding
Its development by about as exor
bitant a system of freight rates as
the commission has had to deil with
In many a day.
As a result a sweeping order has
been entered by the commission re
quiring wholesale reduction In the
rates on almost every commodity re
quired ay human being to sustain
life and to promote) the welfare of
communities 'and to forward prog
ress. Not In recent jears, at any
rite, has the board found such a
wholesale noliey of taxing the traf
fic all that t fill bear, and tha case
Is dec llbTCf"Jr be a
mniunl.y mav exjiert
t on on railroad, un
less fudurel AVuihoritioa interfere.
T.1e entire ,lley interests combin
ed la making the appeal, the com
pla'nts before the commission be
ing the ' R os well Commercial club.
: I'arlsbsd Commercial club, Artesia
I'immeiclal cluh. the Merchants" As
sociation of Ilsgerman and the
Chaves County Wool Growers' asso
ciation. The commission held In general
that "the present class rates from
Kansas City and St. Ixxils. Mo.; Qal
eston and t)cnver to said points In
New Mexico, via., Roswefl, Carlsbad.
Ilagerman and Artesia. are unjtut
and unreasonable, and that commod
ity rates on grain and grain pro
ducts from points In Kansas and
Oklahoma and on lumber from points
in Texas and l)ulslana, on salt In
sacks from Hutchinson. Kan., to
said points in New Mexico; on ap
ples, alfalfa and alfalfa meal from
said points In New Mexico to Fort
Worth. Texrfx. are excessive, and re
durtions are ordered."
Warning to the Santa Fe.
The enmmixttion, however, also
feels that the Santa Ke Is entitled to
confine the movement of coal to this
alley to H own lines if it chooses
to mske trainable rates. Accord
ingly, no order Is made In the mat
ter, but If the Santa Ke does not
grant relief the commission assures
the people of the valley that It will
consider the advisability of ordering
a Joint frcith rate on coal from the
Walenebtirg district to the points In
In connection with the Pecos vsl
ley case, the commission makes the
following f. fnlficant statement re
Carding lb- freight rates to what
are known is the Texas common
points, which were quoted by the
roads In justification of the valley
"We do n-t. hoeer. regard the
Texas mrnmon point rates under
which most of the tonnsge into the
state of Texas moves low. On the
contrary. the are distinctly high.
Thet ate h.cher today than they
were when the act to rcgula'.e com
merce took effort, tweaty yesrs sgo,
snd when the tonnage of lires lead
ing; Into Teia was probably to most
tases. if not tn all lew than that of
the lnes sorting Roswell and the
other complain ag towns today."
Tra Insimfii Ul CowgTV"
Special to tMilv panhand.
Tort Worth. Texas. Aug. 57.
The Texas Commercial Congress,
composed of delegates rettroaentint
all the commercial bodies of the state
met here this morning In annual ces
sion. President J. A. Arnold, of
Beaumont, delivered his annua ad
dress at the opening session. The
program ths afternoon provided an
extensive discussion on the bent
methods of advertising the resources
of Texas by means of newspaper and
magazine advertising and pamphlets.
C matters to be considered by
th. tvention Include Immigration,
goon osds, industrial legislation,
the antl-M"" 'w and transportation
facilities snd rates. The meeting
will extend through tomorrow.
Ad Writers tn Hesslon.
Special to Dally Panhandle.
Cincinnati, Atyr. 27. Several hun
dred of the leading advertising man
agers and agents of the country, who
control the expenditure of millions of
dollars lined annually In promoting
publicity, are In attendance at the
third annual convention of (he As
sociated Advertising Clubs of Am
erica. The sessions began today and
will extend through four days. Ad
dresses will be made by many adver
tising authorities and publishers.
The Advertisers' Cluh of Cincinnati
will entertain the delegates in a lav-
ish manner during their stay.
Louisville Is a prominent candidate
for the next year'a convention.
.New Kngland picture Takers.
Ronton, Aug. 27. An unsurpassed
exhibition of the photographlo work
of some of the leading artists of the
country Is a feature of the New Kn
gland Photographer's convention,
which opened In tha Mechanics' build
three days. . A national sold medal
awa-dei foV U Vest portrait
One Caw. Handled In City Court This
Cirrus day in Amarillo passed off
without sny undue disorder down
town and the city force was not put
to any unusual effort In preserving
the peace and dignity of the state.
Only one unfortunate fell Into the
hands of the officers yesterday. Otto
Rergsman plead guilty this morning
as a "plain drunk" and got the us
All those having subscribed for
tccspon tickets for Ithe Chsutaqua
ran take up the tame at Trent Drug
Xahys In Pes Moines.
Des Moines. Iowa. Aug. 27. Gen
eral Superintendent Splllman, of
Washington, head of the rural deliv
ery system of the federal postal de
partment, will be the principal
speaker at the moet.ng of Ihe Iowa
league of Postmasters of Fourth
Class Offices, which convened here
this morning. An address will also
be msde by R R. Mnndelle, assist
ant superintendent of the registry
division at Wahlngon. The conven
tion will extend through tomorrow
and has attracted a large attend
ance of the Nashjs of the state.
We hae moved to No. 117 Kat
Fourth street In th Woods Music
Co's.. where we are better prepared
than eer to tnrn out first-clans
cleaning and prcstlttg Call and see
us In our new quarters.
Phone 7J. E. B. Young. Prop.
(tirnsjlc IMarrhnra Relieved.
Mr. Edssrd K. Henry, with the
I'nlted States Expre.-s Co. Chicago,
writes. ' Our Ocne.-al Superintendent
Mr. Quick, handed me a bottle of
Chamberlain's Col e. Cholera and
Dlarrkoea Remedy tome time ago to
check an attack on the old thronlc
diarrhoea. I hate ux-d It since that
time and cured rcsnt on oar trains
who hare been sic. 1 am an old
soldier who ere, rl:h Rutherford
B. Hates and William McKlnley
four jears In the Urd Ohio Regi
ment, and have no ailment except
that ihreslc diarrhoo. which this
resnrdy nop st once." For sale b
L. O Thtgra 4 B.e
NAMES FOR BIG GUNS.
Two Significant Onss That Wars Se
lected and Rsjsetsd.
At tbe Port Pitt foundry. Port Pitt.
Pa., were east in 1M7 for tbe monitor
Puritan two tweury-lnch guns, which
Captain W. C. Wise, then chief of the
naval bureau of ordnance, proposed to
call Satan and Lucifer. This proposi
tion called forth a protest from tha
pastor, of a Presbyterian church at
Pittsburg, who rbarscterlted It aa
"most unseemly, if not Impious." Tils
letter wns referred by tha member of
congress to wjiom It was addressed to
tbe department an1 finally came Into
tbe hands of Captain Wise for reply.
In answer be called attention to the
foreign custom of giving to vessels
such names aa Jupiter, Juno, Vulosn,
Venus, Juggernaut, Inferno nnd Luci
fer and Satan to convey an Idea of the
power of tbe destructive agent used in
battle. Tese guns, argued tbe learn
ed captain, were not Intended for
peace and the utterance of good will
toward men, but to lnliet as much
mischief and deatmetlon on human be
ings In time of war as tbelr namesake,
the devil, tries to do at aU times. He
further reminded bis clerical critic that
a nnmber of clergymen had witnessed
without protest bis act of "christen
ing" in presence of a large assembly
of ladies snd gentlemen tha first twen
ty Inch gun cast for tha ntvy as Beel
inbub. Rewsver, the argumeat did
not prevail, for religions sentiment was
effective In preventing tbls nee of Bib
lical nomenclature. Army and Navy
TOUGHS OF PARIS.
They Are Known aa "Aaashea1
Week In Oanffs.
Tbey work In gangs, tn the under
world tbelr ssaeclatioaa are complete
and distinct Fame baa come to there
to the gang of Bobert of Monrpamo,
of ,Oegen of tha OmirtiHe. tbe Groan
Cretan, Jfca OMUnAfW tte VtlkHta,
the Monfan-lalr esise BsMgnoRea.
Against those bands too pallet wur la
vala. They wage tsetr battle m opah
day-foe some "ran roe" that Robert has
stolen from Oegene. A band comes
down from the heights of Del le vine or
of Charenne and raMs a peaceful quar-
Railroad Time Table.
Arrival and departure of all trains in and
tot, arrives ... lotios. m.
tos, drprt . ...6:Jo p. m,
' Pacta Vallar ft Northaastern.
tot departs. - - toivo a. m
tot, am ves 5 45 P- .
Plain v law Braack
No. ifl, departs. 7:oos. m.
No. jR. arrives.- 5:5 m-
Chkafo, Rock Islaad ft Oulf.
No. 41, West, arrives. 3:15 p. .
No, 4 J, East, departs 1:15 p. tn
Nos. 43 snd 44 Csrry through sleepsr
ter a home going eab is surrounded,
the passenger stsbbed through tha win
dow snd robbed. They prey on tbe
public. Rand wars upon band. There
are nightly duels on tbe fortifications
or under the bridges when tha Beau
Totor meets Polgoa d'Acler. knife to
knife. In a savage and not unloyal way.
Young all, from sixteen to twenty-two,
rarely older. Where do tbey come
from? Everywhere. Tbey grow on
tbe pavements of Paris, along tbe gutters-foundlings
or deserted children,
sons perhsps of that laboring class
which Is oa tbe edge of crime and beg
gary. Tbe life of the Apache to short,
but for every one sent to tha Jail or
tbe guillotine two stand ready at the
door of tbe slum. They used to haunt
too den of tha Pero Lunette. From
"The Slums of Paris," by Vance
Thompson, In Outing Mags sine.
Nurses snd Caeoer,
'1 find tbe trained nurses bravo
enough lo moat cases of contsgious dis
ease," said a Brooklyn doctor, "but
there la one thing at wntch tbey balk."
"What's that," asked a friend,
"No; cancer. They have all the un
trained woman's horror of that dis
ease. The most faithful of them will
go without an engagement for weeks
rather than take a canost ease. Yet
the peril la slight compared with what
they face almost without thought"
"len t It contagious r
"A malignant case Is If a aeratehed
hand la brought Into contact with the
cancer. Three cancers oat of four,
however, axe not malignant and can be
dressed without glovea safely. The
trained nurses balk at all of them."
"Anna, yen wMed to buy a
"I have married a professor tnaiaad."
CuXagan What has ft got that
la strlettr-ffSflkV iWw-Oot Bo
rneo, t, piMa. Bei, Vohansy, wait an
the ladyCkfTaktad t?la Dealer.
lucre seed moans aod mcresoed la4
asm era the two cleCluasrs of man-
out of Amarillo, Tes. Ceataal Time,
No. ajiWeat, ... It:i5 p.
Na 44. East,..
Ft. Worth ft Doflvar City.
No, I, arrives
No. t, Her-rf.. ,,,,, , ,
No. 7, arrives .
11:50 p. 1
.11:30 p. 1
No. 7, departs.
No, t, arrives ..
No. t, departs.
N 8, arrives..,
No. 8, departs.
1245 P. 1
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Full assortment of E. & W
Collars and Cuffs at the Ama- i
rillo Clothing Co. Included in v
this shipment are E. & W.
At Polk Street Next
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