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THIS TVICli-A-Wi:EK MUKAUJ, AUtl. 14, loUo.
On G t ashier of Chicago Bank Not the Only Guilty One President Stensland in Ft. Worth ChlcaRO, An it. 11. All theories lht Pa til 0. Stensland whs the sole forger of a million dollars' wottii of crooked notes In the looted Milwtu lv Avenue bank, were una. died hoi nlghl. At least three other men urt' I height also to have been onacd id me production or m nnrtm siku." turrtt. Tim big forger, however, U ('hlcr llorrlnjf, and t ho auiloii.lei believe Mm hand lias penned tiKun t in en to over half a million dollars worth of crooked paper. Hen Ins Is ald to have participated In l'ie theft of $50,000 by the teller of the sav ing! department flv years uro. Two against HeniiiK charge per Jury In the report mnd.i by hliu to tho Mate auditor. Two charge Ilei'iint; wlrh larceny. Five raws of forgery are charged sRalnst I'aul O. Stens- la nd nnd Herring, Chicago. Aug. II. Ten warnrnts 111 tbe Milwaukee Avcnuo hunk ease, were United this afternoon by Judge. Keritrn. The first two rhargvg arc for conspiracy to cheat and defraud by Paul O. Stensland and Henry Herrluc Theodore Stensland and "divers other perHons na yot unknown. Chicago, A UK. II. The preliiulnu ry action by tho state's attorney's of fice against thone responsible for the failure of Hi!' Milwaukee Avenue hunk was begun today. It. Is proha bin that a Minrlal grand Jury will be iiiinnioned. Fort Worth. Tex.. Auk. II. Paul O. Stensland, the Chicago banker, was In this city, according to Henry Ad ams, a former Chicago commission broker. Adams said h traveled from New Orleans with tho absconding bnnkor without knowing the bank hud failed. Rtensland told Adams he was going to Mexico on a trip for Ms health. COCKRAN AND BRYAN Tininr Leader Will Greet The "Commoner," Great New York, Aug. II. Lewis Nix on of tho commltleo which In plan ning the reception to Wm, J. !tryan, 'August 30, received n letter yester day from W. Dourke Cockran, who Is Bow at Lake Tahoo, Cub, In reply to a. notification of his appoint incut ua a mrmber1 of the reception commit tee, expressing his appreciation of the honor, keying: "You may ho as mred of my cordial sympathy with everything calculated to express the regard entertained ny all good cltl iens, and especially by all democrats, for the virtues, civic and personal, of thii distinguished man." TRAFFIC DELAYED SWEET PEA FESTIVAL Town Gaily Decorated With Festoons Boquets Industrial Parade, and Poieman, Mont., Aiiff. 11. A car rival and sweet pea festival began here this morning, with sn Industrial parade, the. many floats being adorn ed with tha sweet peas for which tlio city Is noted. The shop windows nd Interiors are decorated with fes toons and mammoth bouquets of tho fragrant flowers, all residences arc decorated with them, nnd at h mass meeting thin afternoon the queen of the carnival will be crowned with a garland of awecf. pons, fiovcruor Toole, will be the chief speaker at the meeting. Tho day's relcbrul hu will rloea with a hall and a battle of tlnwera, In which sweet pcaa will be used as ammunition, Steamer Troy Colldes With Span of Inter State Bridge, Duluth, Minn,, Aug. 11. The sleamer Troy collided with a span of the Interslata bridge early today, precipitating It Into the channels on either sldo of tho t enter pier, so It Is impossible even for a tug to pans, nnd communication between ljuluth and Superior Is cut off completely. Forty steamers in the upper harbor are cut. off from tho lake. The bridge Is owned by the tireat Northern lull way, and tho span wan ono of the lougeM In the world. Later home small boats succeeded In getting through, and the ferries me running. KILLED BY TRAIN Well Known Real Estate Dealer of Chicago the Victim Chicago, Aug. 11. V. Rhlppey aged 17 years, a well known real en lalo dealer, was struck and killed last night hy a train which he was about to hoard at. Knglewood to go to Hex terrace, Midi., where his family are spending the summer, In his pocket was n newspaper clipping containing I he account of tho death of Webster Hatchellor of San Francisco, w ho had left Slilppey $100,000, 5 9999 9999 9999 cec 9990 90 I AJIARILI.0 ACADEMY, j 9 "Morning SuccMdi Liki Sjcciii" i S The firm year this imtitutlon ! tniollrd 4 1 pupils; t lie net uifd X lo.t; laxt Mr, 154. The future 3 ban still belter thingt in tote 9 than the past h given. Gradu&tes of the GRCAT PANHANDLK SCHOOL Are Equipped It you wnl vou' bovi or (irlf to liv Hit prrlion lor lila, Mnd tl,mn w'ltr thny ctn ll It W prprt eur HudwiK for buimtti, for a tmohti'i certificate or la tnlr Hit Slttt Umvtr- ny, Univtrtliir t Ctiiuct or Vtndtr- A tilt. It pay 10 (tl imJi X AM ARILLO ACADEMY. C.J. Nunn, M.A., Principal 5 Wnlt lor Catalo(ut. Amtnllo. Ttiai. 9 GUEST OF FRANCIS Bryan Party Lunches with Missouri Man In Paris Fails, Aug. 11. Win. J. Bryan, accompanied by his wf and daugh ter, Col. Wetmore and Mr. and Mrs. Uunlap, arrived here today fur a four days' visit. At the hotel Bryan found a sta k of mall, Including a great many invitations to dinners and sight-seeing excursions. The par ty lunched as the guests of ex-Gov ernor David H. Francis of St. Louis. firyan said he had nothing further to add to hla previous statements re garding his candidacy for tho presi dent of the I'nlted States. AUTOMOBILE MEET Joplln'Man Will Attempt to Lower World's Record, Joplln. Mo., Aug. 1 1. ---Arrange-incnts hnve been completed for a great automobile meet to be held her tomorrow. Many entile have been lil.nlii by Kaunas and MIshOiiiI enthusiasts. There will b eUht events, ranging from one to twenty miles, and several valuable n !. will be nwai'ded, One of the feat ures will be an attempt, to break the world's one mile record by A. ('. Webb, with his famous lining car, the "(Hunt Killer.' Webb Is a resi dent of Joplln, but Is famous all over the country as a duiinx motorist. He will leave shortly for the Mast, where ho will take part In tares at Baltimore, Washington and other cit ies. The machine h drives Is a 100 horse power cur, built especially to his order, nnd Is considered one of the speediest In the country. DK.WKIt ItOW r.ACl'ltSIONS. ANOTHER GONE WRONG Former Clerk of Circuit Court Must Serve a Term Chicago, Aug. 11. John A. Cook, former clerk of tho circuit court, was icoacheH used on that road will here Missouri A. H. T. A. I'lciiic. Joplln, Mo., Aug. 1 1. The annual picnic of the Autl-lloi so Thief as '.0 clatlon of Southwest Mlsosurl Is In progress today st Lakeside park. Jasper county has the largest mem bership of nny county In tho w ct, and tho local members aro vHimt Ing that fact by giving the 'm'v.m the llmo of their lives. r.tl prominent officials of the association, Including William Weaver, preside t of tUo MIssoiirl-ArkaiiHiis-lowa II trlct, nri present, and will dell'r-speeches. Steel Cues for (lie Peimxykaiilu. Philadelphia, Aug. 11. According to a statement authorized today by (ieneral Manager Atterbury of the Pennsylvania railway, all passenger found guilty of Irregularities in han dling the funds of the ofllce,, and was today sentenced to an Indefinite term, not to exceed live years in the pcnltenilai y. after be constructed entirely of steel. All-sterJ ciice have been nhen a thorough leaf ami have been found to be safer and more econom ical In the end. Bell Islands at A net ion. Watcrtown. N. v., Aug. 11. Three hundred Islanda in tho St. Lawrence river, belonging lo tho es tate of thu lata Senator Henry Yates, are being sold at public auction this afternoon. The Islands, which vary In lire from less than one to more than forty Bites, were won by Yates in a lottery about nlxty years ago. The proceeds, which will probably amount, to about, .'.n,nno, villi be distributed among the twenty heirs to' the Yates estate, among whom Is Bishop Satterlee of Washington, the clergyman who officiated at tho Long wort h-ltooHtivclt. wedding. Sen ator Henry Yates was a brother of Birhard Yates, thn famotia Mar gov ernor of Illinois, Senatorial Convention. Lubbock. Tex.. Aug. 7, 1006. Uy virtue or niitiiorny vested in nie, as chairman of theTwenty-nlnth senato rial district of Texas, I hereby dcslg unt Wichita Falls as tho place for holding tho democratic convention for (ho Twenty-ninth senatorial dls trlct, ou' the fourth Saturday In Air gust, lltOti, for the purpose of nomi nating a democratic candidate for the ofllco of statu senator for said dis trict. The chairman of tho democratic executive comniillee of each county composing said district. Is hereby call ed to meet on snmo dnto and same place, for the purpose of con nl Ing and tabulating tho voles cast at tlio primary election, held July L'Sth, IPOti. A. A. PHOl'LKS, Chairman IK-Mnoeratlc Uxecullvo Committee, Twenty-ninth Senato rial District of Texas. Tho wisest man can ti n t u n a good action Into ridicule. liuripides. 4T, WHlTErfsSWAW ASPARAGUS EiuW b th UTiita Sfr. or is 'A Fine Whits Tender Tip., specially eUctI Irora tht fine Aiptrtgui yielding region of iht United Sui. Packod immediately alter gathering, without the w of foreign IDgreditntj, ctdi or bleach, to retaining all the lmWM, delicacy and eaquuilt Stvot o thia tin finmt of all vrgeublea. A trial will convince you. 11 you want anything eUe extra good in cant, call for Whit Swan Bowd. II your grocer doe not ttep lit While Swan Brand, lend ua kit name ' THE WAPLES - PLATTER GROCER CO. DENItfON FT. WORTH DALLAS , 1 ,1. HMfc.i.ii.i.ii,W' , 1 li 'ir'-r-'-jc 1 ii' i'i aj HAMMOCKS. Ve bsve jul receiveH a cotupleteHsscrtment of higli-gr.ule ham mocks of all stylet and pi ices, ranging fr-rni f 1.75, to f;.oo SCREEN DOORS. A few more screen doors left which will be closed out at a bargain. AN EXCEPTIONAL BARGAIN. We offer for a hott tim hrt firr-pionf at a gteat saving. It will pay you to invratigste thee batgains. J. V. rice a CO. aOT PolK Street. Telephone No. 328 Kpworlli League encampment, Corpi! 1 Cluistl, Tex., August a-U'. Itnln from Amaiillo, $l!l.l.'i. Selling dates August 1 and 2; final limit, Au gust Hi, Sheriffs' Association of Texas, Dal las, Tex.. August ti-ll, Hate, l3.':n round trip. Dales of sale, Train No. X, leaving Amaiillo August H. Klna! limit, August 12. National Haptlst ( tun ent Ion, l.ns A 11 )-, Cal., ScptvOibcr U'-I!t, duo first das fare for round trip, going one direct route and returning an other direct route, Da tea of sale, September II -LI, Inclusive. Final limit, October III. Stop overs al lowed at all points north of Trini dad. SpeiinI excursion to Mexico City, one lowest regular first class fare for the round trip. Date of sab1. Sep tember 3-H inclusive. Final II111I1, October 31. Stop'OVfis ill bo al lowing on going trip v. Iihln the uo lug transit limit of sixty days, and on return trip within final limit, of ticket. The final tickets are on sal" 1 : 11 v, June I to September to September 30, Inclusive, with flnal limit October 31, 1!ofi: Denver, 1S.fl,-,; Itoulder, $20.40; (Jlenwood Springs. $2S.s,"i, Colorado Springs, Il.2.'i; Pueblo, IH.I.V Slop-overs will bo allowed both go ing and returning at all points Trin idad and north. (. Ii. VOOUUKi::', Ticket Agent. L. n. SIMMONS, T. F. & P. A. MEET ME FACE TO FACE 1 1 At the Soda fountain at E. H. ROACH DRUG CO'S. Our Scicl.t I'ount is in diare of nit experienced Soda Di-'iLiisoi' who will gladly attend your wants. A few of our leaders ate 'L-KK Sangorcc," "flarslimellow Dip," "Alaska Snow Ball," "Lewis Special" And Others. FRANKLIN AND "MOTHER LOVE" Anything Illustrative of tho life or the "Many-Sided Franklin" is al ways more than welcome to tho American people. Ills patriotism aside, "Old Hen" possesRed a strange sort of mind cold blooded, inquiiflvc, ulitilaiiaii; we may almost say matiial. Ills mind was of a scientific cast, lie dwell in tho realm of facts, and cared but. Utile; for tho region of dream and fancy. lie was a born experimenter, and nothing was too sacred for blni lo put. to the test of sciontlllc investi gation. He sent his Kite up into the clouds to lest the question of .t'.ic similar ity of lightning and electricity, and ho personally Instituted an experi ment to decide whether or not there was Hiich a thing as "mother love." Is such tnvo a fact? In other words, is I here such a thing as an Inate. Indestructible Instinct by which th mother is able lo (ell her own offspring and to recognize them after a considerable lapse of time? Franklin, in common with a great. many who had gone before him. had often asked this question' nnd one clay he determined to put tho question 0 the test 01 experiment. He bad not seen his mother In years, .tie knew Ttiai sue lovect mm. About that matter I hero ,was no room for un argument, but. now that he had not seen him for a long time would she know hint? He went back to tho old homo nnd without difficulty fond his mother, to whom, of course, he did not make, himself known. The dar old lady was at tho time keeping a sort of boarding house, and In the midst of a terrible storm Franklin applied for shelter. He was received with anything but the gbtd hand. His mother did not know him. Tho Freemasonry of the mother-heart failed to work, and Hie son came very near being turned into tho storm. Finally, however, he was allowed In come In and sit with the boarders around Hie stove in the public room. The mother was In and out mid all through the long winter evening but she failed to see In the young stranger her dearly beloved son. Ily and by bediinie, Came, and af ter a liinu argument Franklin suc ceeded In prevailing upon the hns tesa to permit him to tit by the; stove over night. The permission was most reluctant ly granted, and morn lhau once through the night did tho mother peek In to see whether or not the in teloper was up to mischief! In the morning n niggardly break fast, wan taken of by the strancer, and he was urged to depart, and no longer disturb the hostess; when, being thoroughly saflalied with his experiment, he revealed him self to his mot licr. Hut. to tho scienlilic test. It whs satisfactorily demonstrated to Frank lin that the idea of inate, Ineradi cable mother-lnvf. was a fiction, and to that Idea adhered lo his dying clay. Hamper Apple Crop. Springfield. Mo.. Aug. !). Fnless all signs fall the land of the big red apple will break all previous records In tho size of the applo crop thin year. Conservative) estimates made hy those in a position to know, place the yield In tho Ozark district, at about ti.OOO.Ouo bushels, requiring not less, than JO-.OOO cars for ship ment. A good price Is certain, an many of the growers will place their applea In cold storage until at least 3 a barrel Is offered. The crop, as In the past, will bo handled by the Ozark Fruit. Growers' association, a co-operative Institution. In North west Arkansas tho applo crop Is ed. The building of a, new factory quality. crvotisiies5 unit Crime From the Chicago Inler-Oc can. Health Olllcer Friecliich, of Cleve land, Is of the opinion that In many cases, stealing may be simply 11 dis ease. Nervousness, ho holds, will often lead people to steal who would not steal ir they were entirely culm. Not until we shall hear fiom our own health department In regard to this mailer will we feel that Dr. Fricdiich's theory should be accept ed without question. Dr. Whakn has an opportunity, being a resident of Chicago, to observe many cases of nervousness, ami to read about many cases of stealing, and he may have formed n opinion wliiih lack of space In tlio Stale of Chicago's Health ii.is prevented him so far from presenting to the readers of thai Interesting and instinctive peii odical. If our commissioner of Iwalih should happen lo agree with Ceo- Innd's Health officer, then It. would only be a short lime, as a mailer of course, until we would lie called upon to read something like lliia in our daily papers. "Nervous diseases are becoming alarmingly prevalent. In some of Hie outlying wards. A victim of the disease held up a citizen in I he Twenty-fifth last night and before be bail secured control of himself carried off a watch and chain and a lot of loose change. An ambulance Is In pursuit of the 11 n fort una I e man. This la only oiip of many instances going to show that the nerves of a large number of peoplo in the Inner suburban belt, are .oinowhat unstrung." Or like 1 his: "Last night about half past II o'clock a nervous man climbed the porch of the Johnson residence, cor ner of West 11. listed street ami Ash land avenue, and before lie nnili calm himself auflhiciilly to de.-int lie had stolen the family jewels, which are of inestimable value. It would be well for people who leave their window's open Ihese beautiful sum inor evenings to place a boiile of nerve tonle on the chiffonier so I bat victims of nervousness who climb the, porch can soothe themselves, anil thus Abstain from carrying off tho heirlooms'." Or like this: "Last, night a sufferer from iit voiih prostration attacked a promin ent citi.'.eti In the shadow of the loop, at the 1 orner of Stale and South Clark streets. The case Is partic ularly a fad one. In view of of the fact that Ihe victim of the all loo prevalent disease was evidently struggling to obtain self-command at tho time the prominent clti.en passeil in front of the alley opening. The latter did hh utmost to calm the unfortunain man! but without avail. lie was so excited that be took everything tho prominent citi zen had In his pockets, and was try ing to remove his hoots when it po licenian appeared on the scene. The officer tired at the nervous man, hut. tho nervous man was so nervous that Ihe bullet, missed him." Still, it is by no means certain that Dr. Whalon will agree with Dr. Fiiedrich, and perhaps It woujd not bo well for us to give any further serious thought, to tho -subject until we learn whether be does or not. ROACfi DRUG CO cUUlNl TO MARKET? lie sure and give its a trial order of our new, special Queen Dec Flour. Our White House Coffee, Mas the Coffee Flavor. 4 A full line of fresh vegetables received every day, Remember the place, LAMBETH 618 POLK STRI;l;T. BROS., PHONE 124 ni' -n 'xw tawwsm 11m s wns nw IIP t tt"WiiiujrilJik':Viifc,.'U'ww4a vU 1, ? 1 T Vt.1. 1 li cm v; 7 .vi.'r.v ; war. ucc Our Owrt'neclcJ Brand! we will afcrtd One (tallon by Lxprcts, Prepaid, In plain To rntrcd for $4.00 pncksKe, n Rye Whisky w hich we guarantee 7 Years Old. Medicinally Pure, mild ana Me1lowsorrjthl you can drink ivitnout caning: out me lire denartrne L.. 4 In OnerniNa Mention Orrm No. 1 ... I'M i.-CViv-. -Jet-. J- -li f.,MH ! D0NAH0E & WEA1PLE AGENTS FOR- Dr. Albeit J. Cnlclvvell. Specialist on diseases of Uyo, Far, Nose and Throat. Ofllce rooms 1 and 2, Kaklo building, corner fith and 1'olk. Hours, ii to 12 a. dj., 2 to 6 p. m. if Panhandle Lands Your Patronage Solicited. JI5 H. 4th, Cain Block. Amarilfo, Texas !5x:uiT&g:vi Dividends in Diamonds A Stone bought six years ago has increased 100 por cent in value and is increasing 10 per cent or more a year. They grow into money whila you wear them. For a fine selection in loose and mounted goods, 6ee . . 1 . SEEWALD, The Jeweler Tho month, Daily Panhandlo, 50 exuta a , It you have, anything to cell, Dully 1'uiiLauUlo want column. .' ....... ... ........ ...,- M, .,.,.,.. .. - I I ............. 9 , 1 1 t .