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SwicaWeek Herald. ' AMARILLO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 10, 1906 jypL. xxi. NO. 64 . ,(',' I J ' '.'' J I i I .' ...... - NEWLY F ORMED ISLAND Captain Brings Photos IS NEAR THE OUTCH HARBOR Surrounded by Boiling Water-Steam Rises from Summit Tucomn, Wash., Awe. !.--Captain TruchrldR of (he utenmhhlp Norih wentern bring from the North n pho tograph taken hy the officers of Hie revenue cutter Perry of h newly formed Island, which lie fifty miles went of Dutch harhor, between the BopoBlof islands, commonly Known nk Castle and Fire Islands. It made lis first appearance In .lmi mid Is 90n fret high. The Tfiry rould not fct near enoiith to make measure menttf. Clouds of strain arise from the summit of th.' island, and It is mi rounded by boilinc water. FIRE IN A FLAT Mori Than Hundred People Imperiled by Flames New York, Aug !. Fire in a t-i-ltory double tenement hom.e at Wll lumfchurg. which rausnt from a bhu trig: picture In the frame factory own ed by Frank Sins'iV Imperiled the of a hundred persons early to day, rolirpinan Martin Short, and William Tub!.'!-, roeued twelve per sona t ho were overcome b ,,inokc. DAMAGE BY STORM Section of Wisconsin Visited by a Rain Terrilic Janwilbr Wir... An. f.-Thia rlty nap visited last night by a rain plorm that washed the atreets, caus Inb much damage. Reports from the country hay the crops ar much damaged. WEAKENING OF HEART rope rious X Has Attack While Celebrating Third Anniversary. Konie, Aiik 9.-- Hundreds of ron Uratulatory messages have been re ceived af the Vatican today, this be ing the. third anniversary of the. Crowning of Pope I'ius X. The te deum wan sunc in the pope's honor at the Slstlne chapel this morning. T'ope Pins X was elected to suc ceed t'ope l.co XIII on August t, 190,1, and was crowned on AurulI follow ing. London. Auk. P. A dir.patch to 1h Kxehanco TeleRraph emiipany from Home wivr that shorily after hln return from the ceremony nttend rf the erl.diratlon today of the third anniversary of his coronation, the pope had a pevrre attack of heart weakness Pr. Lupopni ave him re lief. ' - polbcr Kill TonteM. fian Francisco, Aug. 1. The con- tpfit over th will of th late B.Ttha M. Dolbr came up for a bearing; to day before .ludse Graham. Miss pol bcr, who met her death, by falling; from a window of the Waldorf-Astoria hotel in New York, Mi the bulk of her large property to Ktta Marian Warren. The heirs are attempting lo break the will. 700 Killed or Vounded. St. Petersburg;, Auk. 9. The af ternoon papers report 700 persons killed or wounded during; the renew ed fighting between the Tartars and the Armenians In the Shusha dis trict, Caueasla. Th Daily r.inhandlo, 50 cents a month. Demand Total " oncrni BUY . rCftP OAT CAM: YOU 0mj , rllTtel ill fiiJr HTHSSi 1 T ' (; f m. fKk m mil rmmu s i i SILVER BULLION 100,000 Ounces Per Week Will Be Pur chased By Government. Washlncton, Aiik. 9. It wan an nounced at th( trcaHiiry depart mcnt today tiiat the purcliHrte of Hllver bul lion for subsidiary coliwikt would bo resinned. The purchascH will be mado each Wednesday, beginning: tln l.'th Inst. About luO.fiou ounci'8 will bo required each week. Mcrnu y lteaclic 1(10 in Cnllfornln. HedlandH, Cnl Aiir. 9. Tenllle, lieut, which nt Union has fauaed tho mercury to roHch H0 deRrcea, pre vail In tho desert country south of hero, Dozen of dcutha from heat iiroatratlons have been reported from the Inyo county gold Melds, nnd many prospector uro leaving. Mitchell Hroa, bix) prepared to de liver Ice to all part of tho city, rhono G62. f.fi tf FIRST NATIONAL BANK Or AMARILLO. TEXAS. RESOURCE? I LIABILITIES Loans and Discounts - $496,10379 Capital Stock - - $200,000.00 Bonds and Real Estata - 260,000.00 Surplut and Undivided Profit 106.02.73 rTlrt.,'-, ,a00a0 Circulation - - - 200,000.00 usail flliu iA. ..-.,.,.u.., r ... nt .a Loan 583,927.51 f Upolii - - $1, 483.067.2 V Total - 977,004.68 - $MSJ.057.33 W. li. Fuqua, President. Chas J. H. Lowndes. Cashier. J. 5. Chesnutt, Asst Cashier, V. A. Smith, Asst Cashier. Warrant Issued Charging President with Violation of Ranking Laws rhK.iro, ur . V, idfiicf which mny lead to the prosecution of the di rectors for the. re: ponsiluhiv lor V resident Stensland'n forsery of $1, nna.noti wan anionc the develop ments yesterday tout-bins the mulct ed Milwaukee Avenim bank. Sti iis land whs never required to nccouul for the vast aiimuiit. of money which apparently was beine; burrowed by small tradesmen and hinall dcpur.ltoi s of the bank. The iieKlicence "ill be made a subjet t for invest iga lion by I h. graml Jury. The Tribune today s.txs Ihat Cash ier Henry W. IIciiIiik is in chaise, and will surrender today. In an in terview with the Tribune reporter last ninbl in a city park, it is said that. Herri UK nsscrled that he was Innocent of wront; ilolnm he merely carried out tin" orders of President Slenr.land. Ilerrlnt said that alioiit Ave weeks ano b' bamlerl Stensland the mciunraniiiii note footing up I.Mtn.nnn, which he hatl reason to think should not be anions thn as r.els of the bank, ami hdd him this Indehterlness should be lived up in pome way. To this, Henine said. Stensland replied that he bad Infers for some of his property and expet led to fix the. mailer up soon. HerrliiK staled that Stensland oi- eratet) u- follc;,. He v. . 1 1 1 1 1 cmrie In Hie . 1 1 1 r 1 1 1 , 1 V O III' lil.lt' ml a I ft- lain number of notes lor riven amounts. 1 sent hi mi he nnlefi in the regular routine ol business. Later they were rctiirueil lo in. with the alleyeil signatures of ;irions per sons. Stensland then ordered me to place (belli lo the credit of his per sonal aecouni, ami would i li n draw checks on his personal account for various enterprises, which draped him lo ruin.' ' Chicago, A uc;. P. A warrant charginc a violation of the slate hanking bws ill taking deposit:, when he knew the bank was insolvent was sworn out today against. Theodore Stensland, vice president of tile Mil wankee veniiM bank. K,i miner , lours said today that a part of C,-e hier I lei ri n;-,'s published defense be lielievcd to be hue, ami other palls he knew lo be untrue, lie declined to be inoio pxplit it. ' Henine," .lones r.aitl, "war under Tieav.v bond.-, while Sieieland was not , so far as he had been aide to learn." CliicHc.ii, Auk. P. Cashier llerrinr, did not siineinli r lo the police today at I o'clock, as the Tribune announc ed this morning he would do. DOCK HANDS STRIKE Tugboats Tied Up and Local Market Sup plies Short. New York, Aup. ft.- A strike of several hundred dork hands on th railroad tiiK boats in tho harbor here has badly tied up thn harbor hif? boat fleet, and proven ted the movement of a largo amount, of freight. Many car loads of perisha ble frolght wore Installed. In con sequence, the local market in short of supplies. SUBPOENAS ISSUED Witnesses To Appear Against Standard Oil Company. Chicago, Auk. P. - A largo number of subpoenas were Issued today for witnesses lo appear before the Fed eral grand Jury, which will convene next Tuesday to take up the Stand ard Oil investigation. Processes wor issued for some railroad nfhYlals, who were called lo testify before the grand jury. LAMB WIRE FENCE 3L II T- Ki- -i-rc "Tl 'Tt Xov on li.'ttitl. r,y far the strntiCst and most durable fence nirule. Tlu- only hih carrion steel fence. Call nnd See It, E j Amarillo Bank Iand Trust Co, Amarillo, II Tsxas National H I Paid Up Capital, $50,000 Banking Department Ample capital. Reliable and No account too smut I. large. Interest paid on time deposits. prompt service. None U too Trust Department M';c vcur will and'nurae this company ai ,,e- executor. It is better to lesvo your business In the hands of an in stitution that will not d la, nor abscond, nor resign. Leve your w ill in our vault for wfe keeping. Consult ui confidentially about thla important matter. Valuable papers kept for you free. ' i r" J. C Paul, Tres. Uy. Wheatley, Cashier. Acry Turner, V. Tres. Chis. A. FUk, Jr. Sec'y. HJEUSIAU l1IWg'.Bnr-,-n!J. HJ.t-,:i...vi,..v 11 urgess 9 Sole Agent,- wmA I, HIiWi 11 1 wMgrin Points About VaV Stow TOM L MILLER, Saves i itiinini; (o and fro from a hot stove, and prevents the wm king in a .stifling loom. All lite heat is concentrateil on itonin stiilacc where il is want ed. An t vi n Ictnprral tnc is always maintained, thus Riving perfect results. Cool, 1 lean, safe and cost but hltlc. Phone 2(1 will tell you about It. Electrician. Bank of Commerce of Amarillo. Absolute Safety Liberal Treatment Exceptional service in every department of banking 'is offcrcd patrons of this bank. 1 " Capital $75,000. IW mi !. i. 11 IW'JI'PII Jf Money i KOMI IS People of Four Slates Will Build One In Eyreka Springs. Kuriika Spiin!-, Ark., Auf.. -Several prominent people nf Arkan sas, Tcxiin, New Mexii ti anil l.nui-i ana are Inlercietl In a movement which will probably remit, in the Hpeetly erection of a home for or phans nnO widows in this city. A site has already been elected. ud the responses to the request for funds have been no atlsfaclory that, the of ficials believe that work on the bnllditiK may hotshv this fall. Plans for the boine orlnlnalod with 1). I'. Sutherland of Qiiilman. Tex., presi dent of the I'nited Cliarities of Amer ica. Anions oilier olllcials of the so ci.'jy iuleresleil in the movement, are Mrs. Mat tie Lentil of ibis city, Dr. Charles K. I.ukensc of ltoswell, N. M , Hr. .1. A. Hillnrd. dean of Tnlane university at New Orleans, Mis. ('has. (ioodnicht, wife of the founder of the t'loodniuht, Tex., fbipllnt collece; !. W. W'nolsey of Pnnvllle. HI., and Claude Dodsen of Winnshoro, Tex. J. L. SMITH, Pres't. M. C. NOBLES, Vice Pres't. B. C. D. BYNUM Cashier. Kmit.'is Old Settlers' Picnic. Malstead, Kas., Auk. 0. A re union and picnic for thti old settlers of Central Kansas Is In nrogre.iK to day. A balloon amonslon and other nniiisemenl features have been provided. is Stored Labor 1 E VKRV man snd woman should profit by the experiences of others. Not one in ten thou sand ever meet with a " wind fall " by which they Ret rich, but those who put aside a part of their earnings continously become independent in time. Put away a part of today's work, and let the habit Rrow on you. We will be glad to be your depository. THE AMARILLO NATIONAL BANK. COMPANY 125 cALPIWE SEAL ESTAT Farms, Ranches and City Property for Sale or Exchange Fifth Street. Russell Building. Phone 76