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THE M PA ST E After One of the Hardest Fought and Most Bitter Politica 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 V I I Made In a Convention, The Popular Vote Candidate Wins, WHS 1!. ilnti1 llii' ihllii'i viiIn ol' ('iinriiiii Iimvo lii'i'll hill tin:; ;i ii'i'slii('li(i:il Iiuhiii ;niil tlii'ir iilnri.1 I'l K'ciiriug 1 1 1 I'll liiiilililil nl' tin.! Iiollli' ilillirt Is now ccitiiin. Diiiiv ill.-. Ill m it 11 tin- nlU'.l I'M IHIllll t"il Jo,. I'll ;. ., Auk. If'. The inn llirllt.'iiitll IIUiimI:. ili.-.l i it I b:is reiMiniil ( 11 tii in I r 1 he cllit 1 f'.nnvoiitiiiu 1 1 .ill. D;ill:iK. Ti'Mis, gunt. 1. I 1:' M. I'of tln ci diyH now nil rf: of Texas his hrpn rrnU'ioil (in IialliiM. or Tllu'r on the Mciiiurriith' Stnle Con vantlon In Kfi.sWm ilii-ii'. Tor da.s before Hip nieeiiiiK lusl TiH'Hila.v. I ho ndvnnro Riiauls of tin' various nu iieniHtDilal ramliiiatos licnan to ar rive, nor worn thi'y given to any itllt nuiiK Hftrr their arrival. With all the cimnlnRiicKS hihI Rpnoralshiii whirh w8 liocnililc for them to coniinand. the niaiuiptrK of tlm (anilidatos goi bnny witli Ui.ir pliuis In hii effort to land their fiivoriie for the position m oxoenilve of tin' great comnion wenltli. Tuesday was Riven over prlnclpHlly to picliiuiii:ii'ien, npiioint lng the various coiuniiiteus. etc., and of suninionlng reinforcements and at tending to otlK-r tu.uleis Heeuilnnly KO vital to n rHndldutH on smli an oe railon. Wrdnesday the balloting still failed to take place, mmh to the rc (trpt of the I'oinnion herd, as some are wont, to inUnaiiie those who uro not In the profestilonal list of pollil clans. Iluiley and CiiIIitshi. Bailey Hnd Culbwrson did their part, to hasten things, It. scorns, hy their famous speeches, but the wire working coutiuu.'d mil II today, -and now, at last, 11 lias happened. The Colqullt forces have claimed much additional strength as lln- result of Senator Bailey b speech. Hell has been Riven renewed enersy and hope from Home, source, and H rooks claims tin added btrenglh, although ihe sit uation casts a fliadow of a doiilit as to whore his followers will land after the fli'Ht ballot. Campbell and his follower are confident of victory on Ihe second ballot, though It. seems very doubtful that, If at all, It will be that, 'ojirly. Kvery candidate and their friends have been loo busy to hardly talk the past day or so, but It. is evident, that they have been thinking- and working for all they are physically and mentally worth. The First I'lRbt. The first real fight, In the con vention started with the creden tials .committee. The qip.-stlon ft proxies proved to he the mnt? and the. Mir It waa responsible for was anything but harmonious. It was staled that there was a move ment on foot, to throw out the Pan handle vote, notwlthstandlnc the fact that th Panhandle came to the res rue of the Democracy of Texan at one time and saved It from Populism. The question wn also launched In regard to a person holding a proxy living in Ihe annie county, and an effort wag made to restrict proxies to bonatlde residents. Judgn Veale, who held a prony from Mooiv county, reiiHnisi lal.'d vn-l cileroiisly, asscrliiis that he bad In-j vcstigalcil the law and had t hi lul that there was 110 provision lo lhe: the chair that the county 1 1 1 l-; 1 1 Ions call lie governed hv the unit rtilo iv i;ardl'".s of instructions under ihe Terrell law. There Is Intense feel- nili hum eiiiive Mine, hciiiK the .,( vi niceiii I) iiomlnullon by ucda mil lion. He had not luU ndcd to laiuich the imoni for piesldent at this con piiilon, but tho piiMiin was so great. It swept nay his wishes In tlm matter and Cuimon's mu'hi lei a in his invii ilislilct will likely urge the stain convcnilon to iii.iko ft similar endorsement. OFFICIALS COURT Chained With Inciting i Riot In Effort lo Collect Double Fare. New York, Aug. 1 1;. John I". I'uldei wood, Vice President. Pow H. Hiiillh, r.eni'tiil traffle imiuagrr, and Win. New berry, supei Intendeii! of ihn Itiooklvn Ifapld Ti a nsll. company, vi ( re ail iiiglh d In police court in rtronklvii tndnv. charged with iiiclt ' 1 11 c a rli . They pleaded not guilty, and iveri' held for liearlng till to luol row iimlcr one thousand dollars li.nl encli, which was given. The cases grew out of disorders resulting from an iiMempt of Ihe company to inllei l a double fare In Coney Island aficr coiilliei of Ihe court decisions as lo whether or nn the company Is eiiiillcd lo 111010 than live cents. POLICE ATTACKED Is 11 veritable reign of terror from the Vistula to the (iermau frontier. Almost fifty cases of assassination were reported early last night. No von V re m 11 today heads the I tut of inui'deis and oilier crimes as "St. Hart holoinew's live, in Poland." W'ar.aw, Aiir. IH.-- It Is now slat, ed that during eslerdny's luasiicre. ihlrlecu luiliiTiucn, four pnllco wr ccanis, seven gendarmes, and four soldiers were killed, and elht police men. two gendarmes, I wo scrg.Mntf .1 n 1 1 six seliliers were wounded. Thv soldiers, In teplylng to th sttackK on th" police with volley and ebarg lug the crod, Killed thlrleon nert and I wo women and ncverdy wouad ed seventy persons, and allghtl wounded ninety five. Purlug tho tilght shots wero heard throti$l.ot'.t llio city, hut casiialilen hav noi a J yet bcrui ascertained. Dock. Itunsln Poland, Aug. 1(1. Last nlpbl live policemen were M1N ed rr two wounded, Ths ar;satlu escaped. FIRST NATIONAL BANK Or AMARILLO, TEXAS. RKSOURCES i LIABILITIES Lean-, and DiiceiinM - $416.10579 Capital Stock - - $00,000.00 Bonds and Rnsl Kstata - 250,000 00 Surplus and Undividad Pi ofiU 106.0.S2.79 Rtde:nptmn Fund - - 10.000.00' r,p,,, ynn nnn nn Cn-di aivi Ka Demand Lon Total 1 ( A ? A'lC 1 ?185.02?.5i I 726'9S5's6 Dapoaita $i,48S05:"5.V Total $l.4a.l,087.IS W. II. I'uqim, President. Chns J. H. l-owndca. Cashier. J. 5. Chesnirtt, Ajist Cashier, W. A. 5mth, Ass Cashier. More Tlic Situation in Rnssia Becoming Serous Every Day, ' St. Petersburg, Auk. Hi. What, was lerrorlsin, which 1 lie lighting; or- i u ini.alion of Ihe social ivv 0I11I loiiists ! declared Immediately to clsl. alter purliaiueiit was dissolved, seems now in have been begun in earnest, from all pari of Ihe. empire the telegraph brings" I he same story oT attacks on policemen, ill I lihli,ll:.'i ill loilht ciii.es by plnnd"!'. Tin; Polish revo lutionists tire especially active. There effect that the holder of a proxy must j jug over the Issue In the convention, reside In ihe county. This matter! Coltpiirt Withdraw, was finally settled ami llie proxies J :"." . tn.- ('olqiiiti h:is wlth were allowed. tiliiivvn from the ractt in the midst of A High Pitch. the second ballot. The light Is now Wednesday's meeting was us In-1 down to Campbell and Hell. Hell Is tense and as full of excitement asl going to withdraw when C'olijultt could possibly be without an act mil I stops speaking. nin tier Music Cla.-.s residemv, i.vjS Polk mrs. w. A. erwin i;1,:: Monday, Sept. 3, 1906 Next lintl-e lu tlic I'lllilic Silioul liniKliii '. .'. .". 1 clash. The four sides, or It seemed as If there were that many at limes, were each worked to the highest pitch, and as yel It lias notdecreased lo any visible degree. Numbers of the delegates wero as busy through out last night as during the day time, and numbers of I hum have not rest ed their heads upon a downy pillow since their arrival in Dallas. When the convention convened today It was quite evident that the high pitch and the Intense feeling had not sub sided In the eas. The entire con vention looks as though it. was thor oughly disgusted with the TVrrel law and ready at any moment to break away from It. The convention hall Is packed and a break In the ranks would not be any great surprise. Allti-Tl Um( lic.MllllliollN. The convention has just adopted the following amendment to Ihe plat form as Its specllic expression on the trust question: "He It resolved by the pemoerats of Texas, that trusts, monopolies and combinations lu re straint of trade hi contrary to Ihe genius of free government, and are the uiosi insidious agents used to oppress the peoplo and destroy the freedom of citizens, and we denounce all such unlawful combinations iiml pledge the full power of the Demo cratic party to utterly destroy the.ni In this stale. We heartily approve Ihe ucllon of our attorney general In vigorously prosecuilng liolnlors of the mil l-i rust law." Mist linllot. 12::i0 p. in.--On the tlrsl ballot, the vote is announced as follows (last three figures show decimal of thousaudeths of a vote): T. M. Campbell, 213.311; O. P. Colquitt. 169. tut; c. k. iieii, it;;i. :!.-,-; m. m. Brooks, 15ii. 11 8. Overrides Terrell Law. 1i"i!l p. ni, The roll call on tlm second ballot has been suspended and the convention Is now balloting on a new appeal from the ruling of -::'." p. in.-- (.'"'uuitt advises lilsj followers to support Campbell. I Hell to Wi'lidrnw. n : i: 0 p. in. C. K. Hell's represen tative, who informed Chairman Tem ple that Hell would withdraw when Colquitt was through with hlsj speech, has failed to accept thej recognition of Ihe chair and the roll call is proceeding. It. looks as if nearly all oles will go to Campbell. Convention Hail. i:iu p. ni. Thomas M. ('ainptu ll, of Palestine, has been nominated on the third ballot. ma jm r,wi'tiBi."7'ii3t.'.ixTTgM:-LTPT,-!,ity.rt!n flciioimces Terrell Pallas, Tex., Aug. l(i.- I.1IW. -The Pem-! flcnitk' slate convention was called to order today for Its third session. .Many delegates are denouncing the! Terrell law which requires u primary j election and lin n a convention vote) for n gubernatorial nominee. The denunciation was begun last night ' because of conl'tiblou ill the count,1 mill nil liinm 1 1 1 , . n I tV'iu l.it.eii nl int,l-!Pt nlgnt. Today the Hist ballot for governor was given as follows: Campbell, 1 !i.VS."3 ; Hell, J ."(i.4S!; LAMB WIRE FENCE Now on hand. far the strongest aud most durable fence made. The only high carbon steel fence. Call and See It, So ur&ess Sole Agent, Colquitt. I.'m.KM; Brooks, I:!7.!i71. This Is simply the result of the m-' cent primaries. Ciider the rules, ! Hrooks, who received Ihe lowest vole, was dropped, and the convention proceeded to u second ballot. j At 1:30 ii. ni. the second ballot! for governor bad not. been completed, but It appeared that Campbell was receiving a majority of the Hrooks votes. It was freely predicted that Campbell would bo nominated on Ihe third ballot. ! ltvXEE2X3 Z33 9 IB j I I ! Amnrilln IHIIIdllllU Bank and ! Trust Co. ! j : Amaril lo, I v. '"'--TsuSi. i Paid Up Capital, $50,000 Banking Department Ample capital. Reliable iiml prompt service. No acniint tisisniall. None too large. Interest paid on time deposits. Trust Department M.ik' your will and name this company an Mnir executor. His better to lav yunr buines in the hands of an in tituti9n that will not die nor nbcond, nortraicn. Leve your wilt in our vault ' fur safe koepinK, Consult ns confidentially about thia important matter. Valuable pajicrs kept for you free. J. C Paul. Pica. Ray. Whcatlty. Cashier. Aicry Turner, V. Tres. Chas. A. TUk, Jr. Sec'r. National Bank of Commerce of Amarillo. Absolute Safety ' Liberal Treatment Exceptional service in every department of banking is " ' offered patrons of this bank.s Capital $75,000. L. SMITH, Pres't. M. C. NOBLES, Vice Pres't. B. G. D. BYNUM Cashier. Cannon for President. Danville, 111., Aug. pi. At the Republican convention of the Ki&ht eenth district here this afternoon, 1'ncle .loo Cannor, will bo renominat ed for congressman and a resolution endorsing the speaker for the presi dency will be passed. For some Points About y TOM L MILLER, Saves running to and fro from a hot stove, and prevents the working in a stifling room. All the heat is concentrated on ironing surface where it is want ed. An even temperature is always maintained, thus giving perfect results. Cool, clean, safe and cost but little. Phone 20 will tell you about it. Electrician. Money is Stored Labor E VlvRY man and woman should profit by the experiences of others. Not one in ten thou sand ever meet with a " wind fall " by which they get 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 grow on you. We will be glad to be your depository. THE AMARILLO NATIONAL BANK. 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