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i The Herald Office is Now Located in the Slade Building, 616 Polk Street. lie wice-a eek it?9 VOL. XXI. AMARILLO. TEXAS, TUESDAY, JULY 7. I06 NO. 57 W PERCE R. BENTON'S ig' Tent Show AMARILLO Monday, July I6th CORPSE ('.USE OF WRECK. 0 N K W K E K COMMENCING 25 People, Military Band and Grand Symphony Orchestra. A New Play Each Night. Grand Orchestral overtures from most popular operas, delightful des criptive overtures, all the laiest sons successes and rag time revels, a half hour before the curtain rises. io Grand Specialties Each Night--io Including the Famous Davis Sisters. POPULAR PRICES. TOM FORESTER KILLED. The body will probably reach Paris this afternoon for Interment. Popular Young Triiinniitii Meets 11 Tragic lentil While at His DutlOH, Thomas L. Forester of this Hty. trainman for the Santa Fe, was killed Sunday night at Canadian. He has been In the employ of the company for several years, but has been work ing In the capacity of a trainman for about three months, and was one of He Ienves a wife and three children. The Accident. , A southbound freight, on which Mr. Frester was at work as brakeman, was finishing switching at Canadian, the most popular employees of the system. His remains were brought here yesterday, and last night were shipped to Paris, Tex., for Interment, preparatory to leaving for Amarlllo. He had Just let a car down from the coal chutes, and had applied the brake, when another car from the chute ran Into him and knocked him between the two cars, cutting both legs partly off, also an arm, and mash ing and mangling his body consider ably. He was quickly carried to a near-by house and medlcnl aid sum moned, but the Injured man only liv ed about fifty minutes. Eagles Xotlllccl. The Eagles Aerie, the Brotherhood of Railway Carmen, the Fraternal Brotherhood and the Relief associa tion, In all of which he held member ship In this city, were notified and, upon the arrival of the body here, was met at the station a number of the representatives of these organi zations. The body was embalmed, and last evening was shipped via the Denver to Paris Texas. The body was prepared for burial under the di rection of these orders, and was ac companied to the station by the mem bers and a large following of friends. A Popular Young Man. Tom Forester was about 28 years of age, and was one of the most pop ular young men In the employ of the Santa Fe. He was a married man, and leaves a wife and three children, In addition to his parents, who live at Paris. He was a member of the Ea gles, the D. R.. C. of A., the Relief association, and the Fraternal Broth erhood. In the two latter he carlred Insurance to the amount of $3,000. CVCLONE IX WHKKIiF.K t'OlXTY. House Blown Down and P. T. (irib ble, the Owner, Was Serious ly Injured. Word comes that a cyclone passed through the little town of Wheeler, In Wheeler county Monday night, about 10 o'clock, completely destroy ing the residence of P. T. Grlbble, In juring Mr. Grlbble quite seriously. The wind destroyed quite a num ber of fences In the county, and dam aged crops slightly. Idaho Editors Have a Holiday. Lardo, Idaho, July 17. (Special j been hanged Three Xegro Men Killed by Denver Trala WrcckM Friday at Rliome. Rhoiue, Texas, July 15 (Special) Fort Worth and Denver passen ger train No. 1, northbound, was wrecked Friday morning at 10:50 and three unknown negro men were killed. Tiie wreck was caused by a switch about 100 yards south of the depot splitting when the train had almost passed over it. One day coach and a Pullman sleeper were derailed. The negros killed were standing on the front platform of the day coach when the derailment occurred, and In Jumping from the train, one fell un der the wheels and was horribly man gled. The other two fell against the side of the car and the tracks and were Instantly killed, but their bodies were not mangled. J. J. Whittle of Pueblo, Colo., was on the train In charge of fifty negro! men for whom he had purchased transportation to Colorado, where they will be employed In an Iron foundry. He did not know the names of the three men klllel and stated that they had joined the party at Texarknnn. One of the dead negros was possessed of $2.55 and another had cash to the amount of $1.83 In nis nothing. Ihe third had no money and none of them were pos sessed of papers by which they might have been Identified. Justice Ham b right held an Inquest and rendered i verdict In accordance with the facts here stated and tiie thiee bodies were taken to Fort Worth by the railroad "oinpany for burial at the expense of the public. .The money was given to the local agent for the company. The derailed cars were left here and the forward section of the train 'iroceeded north, the equipment that left the track being removed later. Xegro Corpse on Train. The body of Rnfns Martin, the ne gro who was hanged at Fort Worth Thursday for the murder of Charles Swackhammer, a farmer, was In the baggage car of the train that was wrecked and much comment among the negroes resulted, tl wns st;ied by passengers that a number of ne groes In charge of the representative of the Colorado Iron works had ob jected to riding on the same train l with the corpse of n man that had to Herald.) The annual convention of the Idaho State Press association commenced here this morning and will continue for four days. An in formal reception and ball was ten dered the editors at Meadows last evening. A business session was held l In the Lardo convention hall this ' morning. A considerable portion of the time will be devoted to boating and lisiilng on Payette lakes. I'll veil Itciiihrundt Monument. Amsterdam, July 17. (Special to Herald.) In the presence of painters and artlovers from all over the world several of whom delivered address es a memorial tablet was unveiled on the grave of Rembrandt, In the Wester-Kerk today. Another and less elaborate tablet was also dedicated In the house where the great artist died, suffering from poverty and neg lect. This evening there will be a torchlight parade under the auspices of the artists of this city, In which all those participating will be clad in the costume in vogue at the time in which Rembrandt lived, some 300 years ago. The procession will march past the house which was the proper ty of Rembrandt before ndverslty had overtaken him and rendered him homeless. . , t Mrs. L. B. Porter of Amarlllo came In this morning from El Paso, where she has been visiting, and will be here a few days, the guest of her brother, S. E. Best. Roswell Record. After (he wreck occurred and It was discovered that three negroes had been killed there was much talk among other black men, and several of them stated that In their belief the corpse of Martin was a hoodoo and the wreck had been caused by the body in the baggage car. Some were not fond of the Idea of pro ceeding further on the train, because of the presence of the body, as It was destined for Trinidad, Colo., and the entire trip would have to be, made on the same train. Other superstitious negroes In the party stated that It was an unlucky day, being Friday and the thirteenth day of the month, and this, coupled with the presence of the dead negro, was attributed by them as the cause of the wreck. The train was In charge of Conduc tor George Clark. No trainmen or white passengers were injured and with the exception of the three ne groes, no other passengers were hurt, excepting one negro of the party, who was slightly injured. Points About a 5tov TOM L MILLER, Saves running to and fro from a hot stpve, and prevents the working; in a stifling room. All the heat is concentrated on ironing surface where it is want ed. An even tenijierature is always maintained, thus giving perfect results. Cool, clean, safe and cost hut little. Phone 20 will tell you about It Electrician. Advocate Pure Food I,aws. Hartford, Conn., July 17. (Spe clal to Herald.) The pure food com missions of all the states of the Union are represented at the congress of the Interstate Food commission, which opened here this morning, Plans for uniform laws In the various states will be discussed, and It Is ex ported that an organized effort to ef fect this end will result from the meeting. Hay's Widow in Xew Hampshire Newbury, N. H.. July 17. (Spe cial to Herald.) After a brief visit with her daughter, Mrs. Payne Whit ney, nt Newport, Mrs. John Hay, the widow of the late Secretary Hay, has arrived here and will spend the sum mer nt her countrv olace nenr this city. Mrs. Hay Is very weak, but Ih In her customary good spirits. We nre now permanently located In our new ofllre at 123 Fifth street where we will be glad to have you visit us. TIH P. L. PERSON REAL ESTATE CO. Phone 627 55-59 Territory Brevities. Muskogee As u result of warrants sworn out recently by Tarns Blxby, commissioner to the Five Civilized tribes, Bud Coleman of Okmulgee and William Cla'k of tills city, both negroes, were arrested on a charge of perjury. Guthrie, Ok. Julius II. Rule, su perintendent of the Hobart city sc hools, has been appointed by Gov ernor Frank Frantz as a member of the territorial board of education, to succeed Ed S. Vaught of Oklahoma City, who recently abandoned educa tional work for the law. Vaught re signed last week. McAlester The demoi ruts opened the campaign In the coal belt at Hartshome last night, und-r the aus pices of the city democratic club. The speakers were U. S. Russell of the McAlester Capital, Col. J. J. McAles ter and Jack Harley. meeting was held at Anderson also'. Enid Four eompuniet of Infantry, 30 men. in command of Lieutenant Correy from Fort Reno, on the march to Fort Riley, arrived here this morn ing and will remain In camp at the fair grounds for a few days. The In fantry ball team will play with the local Elks while here. Pryor Creek Recvnt rains here al most Insure a bumper corn crop. The acreage Is larger than usual and the prospect most flattering. Heavy rain has fallen here, seriously Interfering with haying. Wynnewood Wynnewood has se cured the Farmers' Union warehouse for the Seventeenth recording dis trict. The Commercial club will build them a $3,000 warehouse and lease It to them for an indefinite period. Guthrie The largest distribution of school land rentals for the schools in the history of the territory will be gin at once, according to announce ment made by Secretary Fred L. Wenner of the school land leasing board. The distribution will amount to 15 nents per capita, and as there ire 21 1,000 school children In Okla homa, It means that about $31,000 will be distributed. Lehigh At a regular meeting of the Leglh democratic dub. many good addresses were made by local orators, after which Hon R. L. Wil liams, a candidate for governor of the new state of Oklahoma on the democratic ticket, delivered a talk on the principles of democracy. Muskogee The districting and canvassing board In Indian Territory will be In session nt Muskogee each day from 1 to 5 o'clock p. in., July 24 to 2S, Inclusive. Wynnewood Next Saturday will be a big clay in Wynnewood. Besides being farmers' trade and sales day, the Farmers' union of the Seven teenth recording district will hold a district meeting here; also, the Anti- Horse Thief association of the same district will meet. Guthrie Dr. O. M. Breneeman of Hobart was yesterday appointed by Governor Frantz a member of the Territorial Dental Examining board, to succeed Dr. J. Q. Waddell of King fisher, resigned. FIRST NATIONAL BANK Of AMARILLOi TEXAS. RESOURCES j LIABILITIES Loans and Discounts - $496.103.79' Capital Stock - - ' $200,000.00 Bonds and Real Estate - 250.000.00l Surplusand Undivided Profits 106,052.79 Cash and Ex. $343,026.25 ) TOfl OB- c wwulation - - 583.927.3 S 'Ui!'uu3 ueposits Dmand Loan Total 200.0OQ.0O 977.004.58 $1,483,057.35 Total $1,483,057.35 W. H. Fuqua, President. Chas J. E. Lowndes. Cashier. J. 5. Chesnutt, Asst Cashier. W. A. Smith, Asst Cashier. Amarillo Bank and Trust Go, i i Amarillo, Texas - r r Paid Up Capital, $50,030 Banking Department Ample capital. Reliable and prompt service. No account too small. None too large. Interest paid on time deposits. Trust Department Make your will and name this company as. your executor. It is better to leave your business in the hands of an in stitution that will not die, nor abscond, nor resign. Leave your will in our vault for safe keeping. Consult us confidentially alxiut this important matter. Valuable pajwrs kept for you free. J. C. Paul, Pres. Ray. Wheatley, Cashier. . Avery Turner, V. Pres. Chat. A. Flik, Jr. Sec'y. Jf National Bank of Commerce of Amarillo. Absolute Safety Liberal Treatment Exceptional service in every department of banking is offered patrons of this bank. " ' Capital $75,000 J. L. SMITH, Pres't. M. C. NOBLES. Vice Pres't. B. C. D. BYNUM. Cashier. A IWMIANDLEK Ciebruie Victory at Santiago. Washington, July 17. (Special to Herald.) The anniversary of the fall of Santiago and the surrender of the Spanish army Is being celebrated, by the veterans of the Spanish-American war at Luna park this afternoon. Athletic games and a reunion of sev eral Eastern regiments are the chief features of the celebration. Itcudy for The Daily Panhandle. Matrices for most of the pages for the Initial number of The Dally Pan handle have been made and the re maining pages are under way. All matter for this edition must be In by tomorrow evening. This will be the greatest advertising medium ever gotten out In the Panhandle, and en terprising advertisers have realized this fact so widely that It has requir ed careful planning to arrange all the matter ordered In the limits of this number. It will contain thirty-two pages, full seven-column size, and will be the most complete exposition of the great Panhandle and her re sources ever published. With this number The Dally Pan handle will make her bow to the pub lic. The Associated Press service will begin and Amarlllo will take her stand along with the up-to-the-minute cities of the land. Starts a Rough House, Hut Received a Good Tlirusblug unci Was Then Arrested. (Mineral Welsl Index.) A man from the Panhandle, who Is said to o a deputy sheriff, tarried too long utone of the Oak street resorts last night, with the result that he be came Involved In a difficulty with a man about town. The Panhandle man Is said to have called the health re sort man a name that a dog should wer, when the home mun proceeded to show the Panhandler whnt mineral water will do for the muscle by giv ing him a genteel drubbing. The man from the plains drew his gun and essayed to make a rough house, but officers appeared at this Junc ture and relieved him of his artil lery. Tuesday morning u nbw recruit was trotter across the hot sands at the misery mills to the tune of sev eral plunks. Miss Pattle Casseday of Waco, who has been visiting Mrs. Thomas Tur ner, left Sunday for Canyon, where she will spend several weeks. Conn's to Ainaiillo. Following Instruction from Dlvls I Offlccr ordan of Dallas, tho Sal vatlon army corps ut Waco comes to Aaninrillo, and wltl be succeeded by ptaln E. II. Baldrey and wife, nnd assistants, from Beaumont. The copra at Waco Is In charge of Ensign .1. J. Gassaway and wife, tho assist ants being K. H. Taylor and wife. The nrmy has an Itinerary system re sembling that of the Methodist de nomination. They nre expected to arrive hero some time this wtvk. A Good Show. Perce It. Benton and his big com pany, the popular party in Amarlllo, opened their week'g stay In the big tent near Fourth and Polk streets last night to a large audience. A fine performance of "A Colorado Waif" was enjoyed by all. Mr. Benton caters to the ladies and children, and per fect order will bwnalntalned. To night the play wiylbe "Three Yeara In Arkansaw,' 'a farce-comedy that Is a scream of laughter from start to finish. All new specialties bet wee a acts, Including the Davis sisters. Prices, 25 and 35 cents. Matinee Sat urday nt 2:30. Whereas, Our beloved brother, Thomas L. Forester, has been called from us, nnd has passed over Into the great silent mnjorlty; therefore, be It Resolved, That we, Amarlllo Aerie No. 1209, F. O. B.. here formally ex press our sorrow at his death, and our deep and lasting sympathy for his grief-stricken family; and, be It further Resolved, That copies of these res olutions be published In the Amarlllo Herald, and recorded on the books of this Aerie. J. A. NOBLE, GEO RUE STAPLETON, JOHN SNIDER, Committee. The family of J. S. Little of Lex ington, Okla., have sold their home and will move to Amarlllo. J. L. Penry left Sunday, for a trip to the Plalnvlew office of the firm. TO-NIGHT Benton Comedians IN "Three Years In Arkansaw." H. MgALPIN TAT CQMP AMY Farms, Ranches and City Property for Sale or Exchange Fifth Street. Russell Building. Phone 76