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TWICE-A-VVKEK HERALD, SEPT 4, I?oo.
HAHA EDITOil
IS FOUND DEAD
Edward Rosswater, a Pioneer Newspaper Man and
Proprietor of The Omaha Bee Passes
Away in the District Court Room.
CANDIDATE F0I1 U. S, SENATE
Returned Last Evening, Presumably In Best of Health, From
'Waterloo, Where Ha Had Delivered an Address to the
Old Soldiers of Nebraska.
r
Omaha, Neb., "Aug. Sl.--Edward
Hoaewater, proprietor and editor, of
the Omaha Roe and prominently
Identified with tho political, financial
and liUHlnoKii world of Omaha, nnd
the stale of Nebraska for forty years,
was found dead In the district court
room on the third floor of tho lice
building early today. llosewntcr
went to Waterloo, Neb. Thursday
afternoon where ho dellverd on od
drss to tho old aoldlera who wore
holding a picnic and reached
Omaha on his return at 7
p. ni. ' lie was in his office during
the evening, but was not noon by
'members of his family after return
ing from Waterloo. It Ih presumed
that he stepped Into the court room
nd sat down for a few nilnucg repono
and fell asleep. Th body wmb found
by Judge Troup. Dr. Charles Rosu-j
water attribute 1 fie sikN'.oi ca!V
Of his brother to tha exit"P'en r-!
tending t'.:e Ung camprUn In whic'i
FAIR3AKE
Vlce-Prss!tfer.t
to 6,033 U'
(.
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o it ! s;
Osawolo.i.:? !;;.. A vj. Jl. -Vr
tcrday oa t' e : til "'.lei J wiica h.ilf
a century ir.o a:i a.uel conflict o.'er
slavery too'. I'hrc, 1. u i hjj'.Zc u
rali bin':i'. c'd. . " I r. hilrrliv; ad
dress to 0 0 C V : e r 7V octv
lion wi: i ici Jim Uua of lh; fr
tleth nnnlvcr.,u.7 of the bat . 1 o.'
Ounwutomlo In wlitt.'i Joli.i Urovn
was the central fljura. Mr. Ilr
banks spoke of l.io ttlrrlcj times
that led up to tao border war In
Missouri and Kansas, lie told of
the effect theso early struggles had
upon the country's hlatory and then
drew a losson for the futuro genera
tions. NOTED W0!MN DEAD.
Lidy Campball-Bannerman Passes Away at
Maricnbad, Bohema Had Been In
valid Several Years.
, Marlenbad, Bohemia, Aug. 31.
Lady Campbcll-Dannerman, wife of
the British Premier Sir Henry Canip-
bcll-Bannerraan, died yesterday, She
bad been an invalid for years. She
was the daughter of the late General
Fir Charles Bruce, and was mar
rlcd la 1660.
FIRE DOES DAMAGE,
Early Horning Biaza Costs Fulton Iron
Worts $39,000 Entlni "Plant'
, Threatened Wiib Destruction.
San Frsnclsco. Aug . 31. Fire
broke out esrly this morning at the
Fulton Iron Works and for a time
the works valued at $200,000. were
threatened with destruction. The
fre started in the foundry, 'nn
Isolated building and was confined
to that portion of the plant, although
the pattern works was badly damag
ed. The loss will amount to over
$30,000. .
It. arouses energy, develops and
stimulates nervous Jlfo, arousea the
courage of youth. It makes you
young ngaln. That'a what Ilollls
ter'a Rocky Mountain Tea jrlUTdo.
15 cents, Tea or Tablets. t T-H
Mr. Roscwaor was a prominent can
didate for tho nomination by the
Nebraska stale convention for the
United States senate.
Omaha, Neb., Auk. 31. Kdward
Hose water editor of tho Heo and one
of the Republican loaders of tho atate
and a bitter political opponent of W.
J. Ilryan, was found dead seated in
a chair in the -district court room
on the third floor of the D build
ing today. ' Ills death la supposed to
have bocn canned from heart dis
ease. Kdward Rnsewater wan born In
Hnkovan,. Rohcmln, In 1S41. lie
camo to the I'nltort states In 1 SS
and began work as n telegraph op
erator when IS years old. In 18(13
ha beeamo iiyni'gcr of tha Pacific
Tel?grpph company, Omri'ie.. L'u wn".
a candidate for I'.nltel Etnt'.'s
rtorMiip befuie t! e rc'".r.it It-piliM
uin state convntton ft Lincoln.
:.:;cr Sslr.:! :"f -'y.r i i for: .Iri:;
o . J w S . .1 It I
i-'ai Fr; o. A i,. Jl. ?tr:-.ijM-t"
lliu o ,if- '.-.'A ro-
sf.hod lticir Iniii'a d-ajb)-k. M'jur
brliia Tu! Jce:.t C: lao.in end Uie ar
r:n to-"'h'': and has ho'ikj .'iojh'h
rf brliulrg nbo.it an cr.rly sciik
nic.it of the stillvc.
ENDORSES ROOSEVELT.
.Wyoming Republican Convention Pleased
Willi President and Work of Con
gress,.' Warrea endorsed.
Casper.'1 Wy., Anp. 31. The Re
publican state convention in BeRHlon
here endorsed Fresident UooByclt's
administration and the work of tho
last conaresa and duel a red for a Btnml
pat policy. The convention approved
the policy of tho Wyoming delegation
In congresa and recommended the re
election of Senator Warren and do-
clared for a management of the state
depository and reappointment laws
to bo enacted by tho next legislature.
DALNY A FREE PORT.
Japan's Notification Causes New Chwang's
Chamber of Commerce to Petition for
Duty Suspension.
New Chwang, Japan, Aug. 31.
Japan's notification that It will con
tinue Dalny as a free port until China
provides customs houses on tho Rus
sian frontiers resulted today in tne
chamber of commerco here petition
ing the consular body to suspend the
collection of duties at New Chwang
pending the regulation of the Man
churlan customs. The chamber of
commerce maintains that its present
condition threatens the -existence of
New Chwang. .
To Build Pythian Temple.
Kansas City, Mo., Sept. 1. Mem
bers of Tythlan lodges from all over
Missouri, Kansas and Iowa are taking
part in a celebration nrranged by the
local knights at Forest park today.
The outing Is for the purpose' of
raising funds to build a Pythian tem
ple in this city.
Clean Things to
Eat and Drink
arc as desirable as pfirt food.
Unclean food cannot be
healthful. It is the method
of handling in the msnufac
ttire of a food product tliut
makes it clean or unclean.
Pabst
DlueRibbon
is manufactured from the
purest materials by scrup
ulously clean machinery.
Prom brew to bottle or keg
it U ntrrr touched by human
hand i and never conies in
contact with anything but
pure, filtered air, m per
fwtly sterili.ed tubes, pipes
and sealed atorage tuuks.
Amarilio Ice and Cold Storage Co,
PHONE 102.
Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer
Crder a 'case for yoor home today
FAVORS
REFOH
Jonas Cook, Real Estate Dea'er,
Expresses Vlaws Abaut Con
stitution of H3W State.
'.c-.Vi $1,030 Po'lcy For Poor People,
r.cucd for P; District Ta--Ec,ml
S'j'.r ge to Coin S:x.
Cl'.lr.i'k.nhu. I. T., Aug. 31. A re
.'orin pint form for cnnKlltiitlonal con
outlon celestes which has attract
?d miic'j cttL-ntlon throughout the
e'v Hliitu has been promulgated by
Jones Cook, n well known real estato
le.Tlur of this city. Mr. Cook's views
m u constitution for tho now com
iiionwenltli nro aharod by thousands
of ppople, regardless of political af
filiations, and It Is expected that
soino of tho provisions advocated by
the Chlckasha man will play an lai
portant purt in the campaign.
Cook has been prominently men
tloned as a randldato for delegate to
tho constitutional convention, but de
nies having any such aspirations. "I
am not In any senso a candidate,"
said Mr. Cook in an interview, "yet
I 1iavo given to the public some pro
visions I would like to have incor-
pdrated In tho constitution. Tho one
thut seems to have caused the most
comment is the one which provides
a $1,000 life insurance policy for ev
ory citizen over 21 years of ago, to
be issued by the state. The funds for
the payment of such policies could
bo provided by a direct state tax.
This would involve but an average
of a few cents for each taxpayer and
yet would add much to tho happiness
and peaco of mind of all the people.
"All governments nnd laws should
have as their objects the protection
of the weak and the conservation of
Justice," continued Mr. Coo. "The
poor cannot afford to provide in-s-.
unce for tin protection of IbMi
fi.!:.,.n and ihci? who n:o not In
u health cunit secure it either
f -oii) tho oil Hm cr fraternal sorNj
l"e. benco t"u very t l.iss most
needs protection cannot get It.
"This Is not a new view," con
cluded Mr. Cook. "The plan lias
been successfully operated in many
European countries."
Other provisions advocated by Mr.
Cook and which aro now being widely
advocated are as follows:
The state control of corporations,
trusts and combines.
Tho prevention of common carriers
and transportation companies from
holding any interest in the commodi
ties carried.
Tho taxation of Inheritances and
a graduated income tax.
State control of the output of coal.
Prohibition of tne death penalty
for any crime.
Granting of equal suffrage with
out regard to sex.
Extension tor a porlod of twenty-
one years of prohibition in what is
now Oklahoma Territory.
The Initiative and referendum.
Election of United States senators
by direct vote of the people.
SPEND BOHEMIAN NIGHT
Newsbaper Men Will 60 to Garden of the
Gods and Sleep 00 Blankets in the
Open Air.
Colorado Springs, Colo., Aug. 31.
Several hundred newspaper men
who have been attending the con
vention of the InternatloBl League
of Press Clubs at Denver are today
the g-ieats of the Press Club and
citizens of Colorado Springs. Tho
city council has appropriated $250
for the entertalncmnt of tho visitors
and this aomunt has beon greatly
Incressed by private subscriptions.
The visitors have been divided in
to three parties for today's excur
sions, one of thorn making the as
cent of Pike's Peak, another visiting
Williams and Grand aCnyon and tho
cave of tho winds, while the third U
off on a pilgrimage to Helen Hunt's
grave and the seven falls.
This evening tho newspaper men
will go to tho Garden of tho OoiIh
and will spend a nohemlnn night
sleeping on blankets In tho oiicn ulr.
This feature originated with the Pen
and Pencil Club of Philadelphia.
Quartermaster General Leu of tin'
Colorado National Guard ha been
engaged to arrango for the affair and
under his direction tho beautiful par
den will have the nppeimtnco of a
military reservation tonight.
CORINTHIANS TO PLAY
Famous Eid'sh Football Team Ncv Tour
in: AiRcrici His Schedule of 0:t.c$
Willi Philadelphia Club.
Philadelphia, Pa., Aug. 31. The
Kngllsa Corinthian' football team
which Is now touring America, has
arrived here and will play three
sanies the flikt this afternoon with
:ha Philadelphia cricket club team
A Haverford this aftornoon, with Al--lou
at Mouhelin tomorrow, and with
.he AU-riilludelpMa football team
lioaday, Labor day.
C. Wreford-Lrown, the captain of
die famous team, Is not an entire
jtranjer in Philadelphia, having vis
ited the city in 1881 with Lord
liawko's cricket team, when lie
jcored 51 against Philadelphia Gen
Women's cricket team. He is still one
of tho best lialf-backs on the grid
Iron. M. Morgan-Owen, a Welshman,
who has represented Wales In many
International games, will act as cap
tain when Vreford-Brwn does not
play.
l!lg Piece of Land.
Kanoas City, Mo Aug. 31. "That
Panhandle country Is certainly tho
biggest piece of land I ever saw," said
E. J. Buntz of Shenandoah, Iowa, this
morning. Mr. Bunts was accompan
ied by A. Johnson, H. C. Smith and
C. A. Henn, neighboring farmers who
had been down Into the Southwest
country on a land buylg trip. They
visited many places around tho Pan
handle country, and saw tho big crops
and each bought land. We havo
large prairies up In Iowa, but they
would not make one corner of those
Immense plains down in that coun
try." contlued Mr. Buntz. "We went
there somewhat prejudiced, but we
had a good deal of this feeling re
moved after seeing tho country. Th
country we live in up in Iowa is i
garden spot where the farm improve
ments are as fine aa can be found
anywhere. We raise bumper cropi
up there and land, is high priced.
But that Panhandle country is bounl
to come to the front very fast. Thef
have good crops and the country
looks very prosperous." '
Hard to Find.
It would bo hard to find a more
perfect, curative medicine for disor
dered digestive organs than that gen-1 Eg
tie tonic dlgestant, and torpid liver
regulator konwn as Dr. Caldwell's
(laxative) Syrup Pepsin. No other
mediclno tins its' specific power over
these doltcato and lragertant organs
of your body, upon which you kave
to depend for energy to carry on
your dally work. It cleanses, di
gests, stimulates and cures. Sol 4 by
E. R. Roach Drug Co., at Bc hnd
$1.00. Money back If It falls.
T-C
Celebration of Sedan Day.
Berlin, Sept. 1. Annual paradi of
troopa In celebration of Sedan flay
took place today before Emperor Wil
liam on Templhof field in spleidld
weather. Many Americans attended,
Including General Thomas K. tar
ry, and a party of American officers
Invited by the emperor to be Res
ent at the annual maneuvers.
BOOT LEAVES B
The Cruiser Charleston With I' : Sicre'.a:y
On Board En Routa h
Va'paralso,
Washington, D. C, Sept. 1. The
navy department has been informed
In dispatches from J.ota. Chile of the
departure of the cruiser ('hiivltjuni
with Secretary Root and family on
board for Valparaiso today.
Santlngo, Chile, Sept. 1. Secreta
ry Root on liU arrival at Lota re
ceived the Chilean foreign inlnlhter,
Antonio llunteuz and tho American
Minister Mr. Hicks, on board die
cruiser Charleston, from which flow
the Chilean flag and tho band played
tho national untlicm of Ciille to
which tho Chilean cruiser, Mlulstro
Zenteno replied by hols! lug tli"
American flai; and playing the "Star
Spangled Hanner." Root landed and
visited I-ota park. Aftrr attending a
baiKiuet given In lil.i honor by t'.i
American necrrUry, Mr. Root utarted
at midnight for Sumlaito by rail. Ilej
Is expected to arrlvo here this afl-1
ernoon.
ANARCHISTS ESCAPE.
Twenty relish Revolutionaries RapcrlQd lo
be on Their Way to the Uniled
States.
Warsaw, Russia, Sept. 1, Major
General Von llecker of St. IVters
lf.irg has be?n appointed temporary
Govrnor l.encral of araw. A!
Jewish jiuper. Der Wag, staled (his1
morning that twenty Polish onar-J
ehists have escaped from Warsaw,
and are on their way to the United
State:;.
FILES A CONTEST.
Ricliard lajs of tiie Sixth Cor.grsjcicnrl
Cislrxt Wi.1 fiibt For Flzce
on Ticket.
Dnllrs, Sept. 1. A bulktln from
Cameron, Texas, states that at noon
today Richard Mays, of Corslcana,
filed contest proceedings before the
Democratic executlvo committee of
the Sixth concessional district
against Judge Rufus. Hardy, also of
Corslcana, for tho nomination for
congress. The committee has set the
hearing at Corsloana for Sept. 10.
General Robert K. Lee
was the greatest general tho world
has ever known. Ballard's Snow
Liniment is the greatest Liniment.
Quickly cures all pains. It is within
the reach of all. T. II. rolnter,
Hempntead, Texas, writes: "This
Is to certify that Ballard's Snow Lin
iment has been used in my house
hold for years nnd has be?n found
to be an excellent Liniment for Rheu
matic pains. I am never witaout it."
Sold by L. O. Thompson & Bro. T-P
PANHANDLE LUMBER CO.
Handles Good Lumber
5. F. Newboid, Amarilio, Texas,
Manager. Corner 6th and Tyler. Phone No. 70
j HARDWARE EMPORIUM.
In our riammotli Stock of Hardware, Implements, Buggies,
Wagons, Saddles and Harness, we have the best selection in
the Panhandle, and we are prepared to handle your business to.
the best advantage. j j
Most Complete Stock of Farming Im
plements and Windmills in the Panhandle:
Agents BUFFALO PITTS COMPANY, Manufacturers oi' Agri
cultural Machinery. J &
Corner of
Sixth
and Polk
r STRIKE BREAKERS
First Tralnload Has Arnvsl in ein n:n
Cisco They Were Undsr Protecllcn
of an Arced Guard.
Pnn Frain Uco, iiept. 1. The first
I rain of i;trll- breakers arrived here
esterday and iniirclicd through tin'
Htrceis with nn armed guard but
were not molested. John Norma, a
Kiianl from ('i.icao, tantalied by
the taunts and missiles of ,i , oulh
Til ampathlper for the strikers flrorl
f,hots nt the toruientnrrt. One ball
pan-ed t'.iroiiKii the hat of n bystand
er who Immediately caused Nornia's
arrert.
Ran Francisco, Sept. 1. Cnrr.ienn
union In mass meetlnb decided to
E'rHi'u?Tgr.ff7
3XSSX3TS
Clarendon College
Why m-ihI so far from home? Our students won three medals and
srco'nd hi mors at S. W. I ', this vear. Kir nrntricuUtion yy. Ilev.
(V S lliirilv, AkciiI; Kcv. J. R. Mooil, II. I). President Philofn,hy;
S. !'. burkhcail, M. A.. 1 Inn 1 ir.li; W. P. fjuigley, II. S. Math, and
Science. C.iMicral bfalibfiilness and loc.-.tion iiiiMirpassnl, Pupils
cuii accomplish much more in u cool, bracing climate than in the
lower couulles o!' Texas where Ihe cncivHtiiitf heal interrupts con
secutive study. This is why wc can begin early August aS,
CLARENDON,
WANT A HOME?
We have assistod many people to homei. both in country ar.d In
town, who would not today accept an advance of 50 per cent on
the cost price,
BUY RIGHT AND YOU WILL MAKE
MONEY IN PANHANDLE PROPERTY.
X
Wo have some choice bargains in ranches and town property.
SLADE & BASSETT,
BOX GSj. AMARILLO, TFXAS.
taz
I-i, ill ial, hi, i
MORE BUYERS THAN LAND.
IF YOU HAVE LAND TO SELL
Vili HAVE TIIE MEN TO BUY.
Our office is constantly in communi
cation with many who wish to buy
Panhandle land. Let us know what
you have to offer and we will do the
rest. & j
SECURITY LAND COMPANY.
Rooms 7 and S Eakle DIdg. ' ' I'boac 79.
AMARILLO,
adhere to their original demands for
$3 per day and eight hours. It wai
!o decided i' 'Jo up California and
'ienry street jifle tines, if demands
aio not Rineud bofore tonight.
An Ounce of Prevention
Is worth a pound of cure. There
nro many poor sufforers, Consump
tive who fcro hopeless of gbttlng
well who, if they had taken care
of themselves, would now be well.
A roiiKh Is the foundation of Con
sumption. H'Ulard's Horchound
Srynp will cur" that cough. Mrs.
S-Great Falls, Mont., writes: "f
have used PMIard's Horchound Syr
up In my family for years my chil
dren never suffer with coughs,"
Sold by L. O. Thompson & Dro. T-B
Try bono meal for your chickens.
For palo at tho City Meat Market.
MALE AND FEMALE
Tht leading tchool of th
great Panhandt of Tttat.
TEXAS.
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TEXAS.
Wholesale
and
Retail
V
'IV
Mains
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