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y. 41T 7 1 ie o n Id o A 2XAS, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1906 NO. 83 VOL. XXI. AMARILLO, TI. 'QV CHI iiiiWAX QAJi l SUPREME COURT MAY AVENGE 111 PMrrrnH With Hnfc'iinT !iv Waltrn'c Li:i(hVMM II Kl III II III U.T III H i ' III, .1-111 If! II II i ll .1 I Villi. If J JUL) UliWMll UHUIgVU film wv.iiv.if. Highssi Tribunal Bscaase He Allowed M to Vengeancs en AHegad Negro Rapist SUPREME COURT STAYED GALLOWS SENTENCE STILL VMI'KM U Enraged - Populace Lynched Condemned Negro and Secret Agents Gather Evidence Against Sheriff, Dspu- ties and Alleged Leaders-High Feeling Against Cotrt Stnttn of Murder Cava Vim banned Xciv Man ( online Not n dlnuM rrnw development can bo ni vimi mdny In the iimrder rnyn irloiM murder niKtcr'. Tim boy Km Mi inorgiio Is i-illl unidentified nnd every Innulry t Jinn fur roevd hn:i failed to throw any light on the problem. II 1 1 kely Hint unloc some new developments rhango the ns- niTt Of tllll fUSO, tin lU(UCbt TV til have tn bo l.'l Ui nil ihe boy wl'l be burled till ni'i'li, Tim wldn publication of i lie boy's plriuro will probably brim ,i new strerm of Inquiries nnd ni ii lead t Valuable olUOH. Sheriff lluilicn this afternoon re ceived tin) following telegram: Cainosvlllo, Tex., Oct. 15. Hold body inurdero dlioy. HI father will nvtlvo noxt train. HITC'IUXS, I'. R. Constable It I' t !uni;-,tit. however, that this In men ,lv another of tho ninny ln- fiiiirle;; li.uoil on u funded resemb lance. EATII TO MINERS IN HUE EXPLOSION Colliery at Wlngate England Claims Nearly Two Score Lives in Galleries Wrecked by Ter rific Explosion rbHltHiioo;, 'I'rnn., Oct. 15. All Cbattnnnopa Is awaiting with Intense JntereM tho derision of tho I'nHeil stales Huprcmo court In the caso of Sheriff .loacph F. Shi. "f Hamilton lonnt.v, who. wl'h his n)un deputies, will .appear before that nusust hod ut Washington today ati.l attempt to t-how rauso why they should not be pdJitdRfd puilty of eontenipt beciHine they allowed a mob lo hans Kd John t,rn, a comicted iirsro r;ilst to ,lhe nation's hijliebt tribunal had granted a stay of execution, rub lie, fueling In the matter Is nt n hlfth iiitch and there ure niimy proiiiinent citlzena who Hro hitter In their con demnation of what they term an un warranted federal Interference with n Ptat affair. Dozens of the leading iiltorneyH of Tentmhiiec have offered their services in tho sheriff and hi men, but It hHS been decided employ only northern legal talent for tho defons (o that thero may be no rliarso f torsional piejudlce. In uddltion to the sheriff and his deputies, aeven of aliened leaders of the mob which lynched Johnson have been cited to appear before tin su jM-eme court, today t" answer to con tempt chaises. Most, of these ,U ilare that they can prove alibi. F.d Johnson, tho victim of tho moh'a vengeance, was arrested on January 2T last, charned with hav tng committed an assault oa Misr Nva Taylor two days before. He a partlaliy identified by his vic tim nd was hurried to thrs Nashvilb; ll for safo Keeping An at tempt to tkn" the iieKrn from tin; of!'kla.s Ut Nnxhville waa frustrated. Dnrly i Kebruary Johnson wax lirousl'i. I'acli to thlrf city and placed on trial be.'ore Jurip" S. I). Ueyiudds. Mint Tni' br was nRiilu placed of. the ftnnd am! nuain reiterated her for mer partial ii'ientifieallon. "As Cod it my Judne," she t,ii.l. lrarnHti.Bll.Y, "I would shrln!; from Veins th raus.i or sendlnc nn inno nnt. man, black or white., to the gallon. I bellow he Is the man." Johnson Hteadfartly declared Rs innoceneo (,f(lhe charKe, but orfered 110 evidenre t's to bit whereabout' nt the time the dime was comniHed. Afier mature deliberation tha jur; brought in ;i verdiet of K'.-.ilt.v. Tim nei;ro wan defended nt the trial by Pardon & llutchlns, colored rittonieys, who r.nnounced after i-onte ((.nsiderali.m that they would net file a motion for a new trial. John i.ojj was then sentenced to bo hunted ,fnr(h :l and tho Incident was on-r-lilered closed. Later relatives of Johnson Induced the (Mlorneys to eontlnuo the 1ok.i1 br.ttln and an application for a new trial watt made to the supreme court of the slate. This was refused, the .Mill, holdini; lliat the first trial was free from lev.il flaws in lis conduct nnd that tho vevdlet was warranted i.v tho pvideiuo. Lawyer Pardon then appealed to U;. United Stales supremo court, vhich uranted n temporary utay 0! evoeutlon. IndlRi'nllon la too mild r term to describe tho reception of the news II tbo courU action in this cty. A mob was quickly formed and the ue Ki'o taken from jail and haurr,! on a bridge across the 'IViiuiwh i river. Secret son, Ice ni;ent-i from W'.i-ih-innton were sent here and as :i kmU of l he rep'"'. 1 Mo present. ;u -tlon uKainst ihe slierllf ai'd 1 1 i -1 dep uties and the alleged mob le;,i;i.i'. was instituted. rr.Trnox ih:mi:i Senatnr I'lirlon Will Likely Co t Pl'i-Mlll Washington, I. C, Oct. IT,. The I'lllted Sale; supreme court. toda denied the petition of former I 11 i t I States Senator p.urton of Kalisns for a r'eliearlli).' In the case in which he Ik under hcnience of Imprisonment and flue on the charge of iiceeptinp Httorney's fee in the case in wheh the uoveriiinent was Interested Vhile he was serving as senator. .The effect of tills decision will be the immediate imprisonment, of Hurion unless lm attorneys de Ise snie oilier means to postpone execution of the sentence. til X-MAKLU'S DArtill l llK WLDS Wculthlest lleii-ess in i:urie Mar l ies (i. llll.ill l.ieiiteiuillt Ksson, Oct. 1 5. In tho presence of Kiuperor William and l.'iU quests. Kraulein Tterlha Krupp ami Lieulen ant (lustav 'on-l!ohlen Von Hal back were man led today In the little Improvised chapel adlieriij; to the bride's birthplace. Tho ceremony was performed by 11 pastor of the nclhborine; illaue where t lie Krupp family bait Ion;; worshipped. Dl'l l't I I K l-IVVIPMKXT ('blciico St reel Car Crashes Into Movini; I'reiubt Train Chicago, Oct. J a. A street, car. wltli brakes out of order, wiihout sand iui.1 ninnlii'; on bad rails, dashed into a moxlnj; f flu it ( Irian on the P.ell railroad at Wevj I'ifly first street last niht. and twelve persons were injured, one critically. The j-.aioti were down at. Ilie (lossin.L: and tho inotorman saw the danger slniiis, but could not. sloj) his car. owing to deficient equipment. 1)11) NOT WANT I'KISOXKU l enrcd Hiimlltoii Would He Lynched in Spcinrield Sprlti'-'fleld, Mo., Oct. la. Jed A. Haii.ilton, ho was placed In Jail at Houston yesterday, charged with the murder of I'.arney parsons, a farmer, and ll.e hitler's wlfu and their three children, was taken to C.reenfield. Mo., in Dade county and was placed In Jail there for safe keeplnc Hamilton was brousrht to F.prlnR field eaily today but Sheriff Horimr did not.vani the prisoner. Hamilton was spirited to and from jail here itli utmost secrecy nnd his presence in thi-i city was not known positively until ho was leaving. nooSKVKLTS NVP.SK KAI ltroubt to Connecticut a Slave ly President s (.rand father New Yd':. O-t, 1,' Nannio Jaett- son, the colored . nurse of President l'lioM-vclt's mother Is dead at Kver ureen. Lone Island, 04. years old Sim was brought to Connecticut as a slave by Stephen rullock, tho pies ident's maternal Rrnndfather. P.urton Will' Pay Penally Abilene; Kan., Oct. IT,. Joseph (talpll Pillion, former I'nilod Stales senator from Kansas when seen :it Ilia homo hero today regard in;; fic tion of Iho Knifed Siaies supreme court n refuslti'T him a hearing said: "This is not: my time to talk." He absolutely refused In (lk of Hie case. However It'll slated from iiuihorl tativo soiireo that ho has already communicated with lfi attorneys, aaklns that his term of Imprison ment be nrran,vd lo begin at the earliest possible moment. Xovr Mexico Masonic Meet inn Albuquerque, N. M., Oct. 1.'. Masons from nil parts of Hie terri tory are nrrlvins hero tint.iy to at lend tho meet in?;'s of the various M11 moiiIij. bodies of New Mexico, to be held hero this week. Tho K. and A. M. Krand lfido will besin ila ses Biono .today, tho Koyal Arch Masons' grand diapfor Wednesday nnd the Knl'atj Templar i;rand t:omiu.ind"iy Thurnday. Many enterluinnient fea tures vill be provided by tho local members c tlia orders. Odd Fellows' Convent ions Florence, Od., Oct. K.. The en enmpmcut and urand lodpo ' meet Ihr opened here today. The Kebekah f.lato assembly will convene tomoi row. At Iho close of tho convention tho e.rand lodRO will visit Canon City 10 Inspect n tdte for tho proposed Odd Fellows home. La wlnn, O. T., Oct. In. The raiid lode of the Odd Fellows of Oklahoma opened lis annual conven- 1 in ti hero today. Moro than 1,000 members of Odil Fellows and Keb kah lodges are expected here durinp Ihe nieilini; which will last, all week A Rreat parade will bo a feature of leli program. J. P.. A. Robertson of Chandler Is grand master of tho Oklahoma branch of the order tind will preside at tho convention. Helena, Mont., O ,ri. 1 .tcheepFandl Helena, Mont., Oct.-1 .1. Odd Fol lows and Kv-bekahs from nil over (h stale are here today to attend the an nual meetings of the orders. T Kebekaii state asembly i.s ill session today and the Rrand lodo will con vene tomorrow. Philadelphia, Oct. I.V-Tim Odd Fellow:! of Pennsylvania bosun theii :i 11 itn 1 stale encampment in this city today. Tho meetings will last tttitil Thursday. Baltimore. Md.. Oi-t. 1 . Tilt Maryland I. O. O. F. srand encamp nieiit opened. in Odd Fellows' temple today with a larao attendance. Toronto, Oct. 15. Croneral Mana- ivr McC.ill of the wrecked Ontario bank, admits a. shorlase of $ f . 2 T. ( t , dud. Other bankers In estimating owin;; to tho probability of theii Runrnnteo beinn enforced, plaeo th loss lhroui;h Mi fiill's speculations nt s.'.iin.nou more. Mcdill also admits dial these speculations were carried 011 without I'ijj knowledge of the di rectors, but he declared Hint they ore for the ultimate good of the 1 bank. Will Contested Philadelphia. Penn., Oct. 1.1. The groat contest. Inaujiuraled to lmvo declared invalid tho will of Wili.un Woinhlnian, the millionaire chemist, who died leavini; an estate valued at about $00,(100,000 wag called for hearing today before Judge Ashman. Under tho will nearly all the fortune was willed to hi.i daush ter, Mrs. 'Anno WelsUtiaan D. Wulkcr OVER TWO HUNDRED MEN ENTOMBED Heroic Work on Part of Rescuers Freed Many From Lower Galleries and Others May Yet Escape-Twenty-Seven Bodies Already Taken From Shaft SAM JOXKS DKAD Xoted EvMiiRcliM. round Dead in Sleeper llerlh Momphs, Tenn., Ort. 15. Sam Jones, the noted cvagcllst, died to day on n Choctaw'; Okla. -ima &. C.ulf train near Little Hock.' U. ncs' home U at Cartersvllle, Oa. and he was traveling from somo point west of Little Pvork point; to Memphis. His bodv .was found In hl berth on the sleeping car and wan taken off the train at Kittle Rock. Kol linn-M nrlon c lilt KRenir lit Philadelphia. Ta., Or!; 1"6. K. If. Sothern and Julia Maiiowo will open their Koason at the Lyric, theater to night with "Jeanne d'Arco," written especially for the two atari by Percy MacKaye, a son of the great writer, Steele MacKaye. The Sothern-Mar-lowe company will remain her for threo weeks, presenting three plays frmii rrocr tolre. Tim econd week of the ei?KU;onioiit will he devoted to a presentation of "John tho Bap tist," Herman Suderman's ureal drama. Oerhhardl. llaptmann's "The Sunken Pell," will be the third play to be presented. Tclcprone Stock Dividend, lienvr, Colo., Oil. 15. Tho Colo rado Tclepl'one company today de clared a dividend at the rate of 7 per cent., instead of li per cent, regularly paid for many eayru. Newspaper agi tation which resulted in a reduction In telephone rates is said -to be. res ponsible for the' Rreatly increased loudness of the company and conse quent prosperity to the -stockholder. Durham, Knslaud. Oct. 1 5. --An explosion occurred In W'ingato col lier jnenr hero about midiilht, y miltlnp; in 200 men belnj; entombed About 100 of these are believed to be hafe in the lower part of the col liery, but there. hii between slxt and eighty men In tho heuni where the disaster occ urred. I'p to I o'clock this inoinln, ten bodies had been recovered nnd fiery effort was being tnade to ascertain the futo t tho remainder. , Thirty P.roiiglit Out Aliie Vp to 2 o'clock this nfteriioon tweuly-four bodies had bei-n recov ered and thirty miners brought out alive. "" lTopo to Save Itcnialiiing trn Forty-four worPMierated from an other portion of tlm colliery. It is expected that IS I. men who were an nounced to be confined In the lower main, will have hern brought out be fore tonight. They have signalled that they ro all right, and are mil considered In danger. Total num ber deatis from explosion apparently, whTeh was apparontly caused by fire damp. Is twenty-seven. LAMB WIRE FENCE V C2S J v '" ". ri'zAt. Xow on lintid. Fly far llio strongest and most durable fence made. Tin. only hih carbon steel fence. Call and See It, E. 5. Burgess, Sole Agent,- 3 FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF AMARILLO. TEXAS. RESOURCES I LIABILITIES Loan and Discounts - $iiso.r,0.07 Capital Stock - - $200,nno 00 Bonds and Rnal Estate - H.Ml.'NiO fl- Surplusand Undivided Profits J lO.UYn'l Redemption Fund I - - I-,M,,1l1n Circulation ... .Mil.OoO.Ot) - i,n:!,7:i:.o;i $l,.vi;i,sfi7.(iu Cash and r.X. i". i ' 1 vr 1; ' n , Demand Loan aPMIJJ.H t ".''-( Deposits Total $l,.Vi;!,Hii7.tili Total V. li. Puqua, President. Chas J. H. Lowudes, Cnshier. J. S. Cliesnutt, Asst Cashier, NV.A. 5mith. Asst Cashier. STFVi: ADAMS' TKIAL To Ituild New. Kond ChicaKO, Oct. 15. - At u meeting of the stockholders of the Chleiigo. Juliet fe Kansas City railroad here today a proposal to lm reaso tho cap ital of tho compan yfroui $1,000, (Kin lo $12,000,000 will he voted on. Tbo promoters expect to build a now line between this city and Missouri river and declare that tho work of con struction will begin soon, it has been rumored that the new road isii I landman project, but thin is denied li v the Ktockhoblers. Koaimkc and Scotia Moated Kureka, Cal., Oct. 15. After ly ing all night on hard sand of South Spit, at the entrance of Eureka har bor, where they went ashoro joster iidy, the t earners Roanoke, carry ing 225 passengers, floated today with Iho assistance, of a tag. The steamer Scotia, which wan also stranded was floated. North Dakota Clubwomen Fargo, N. p., Oct. 15. The North Dakota Federation of Women's clubs opened a three days' convention this morning. Mrs. Carl Nelson of Cando, presiding. Addresses will bo deltv erod by several prominent women or tho btato. Ijotilsinnn Firemen Meet Gretna, La., Oct. 15 Tho annual convention and tournament of the Louisiana State Firemen's association began here today and will last threo days. A highly interesting program hag been prepared. THE HERALD,-$1.00 PER; YEAR. Noted Murder Cam Will Come l p for Hcnriug This Term Wallace, Idaho, Oct. 15. One of the most notahlo murder trials in Ihe history of tho stale, that of Sieve Adams, charted with killing Detec tive Gregory May It. l!n, will come up nt the present term of iho district court, which opened today. It will probably bo about ten days before Adams' case is called, an thero nro several criminal cases ahead of it. Adams recently secured his release on a writ of habrna corpus from the stato prison nt Holse, whore ho had been held for alleged complicity with the officials o fine Wesinni Federa liona in I lie murder of ox-Governor Steuneiiberg. lie declared Hint a confession ho hail signed linplicnt ng tho labor leaders in the assassina tion was false and was made because lie was threatened willi death by De tective McPartland, the i'inkerton man who secured the alleged evi dent e ai-uinst Moyor and Haywood. aortly after hia release from the Boise prison Adams was arrested on the present charge nnd lodged In jail here. Ho declares that ho was in Didependem e. Col., at. tho 1 1110 Gregory was murdered and that lie can prove an alild. Tho attorneys for the defense Include koiiio of Ihe host legal talent of tho count ty, among theiiv being Clareiico Harrow of Chicago, who wan Ihe minors' at torney before tho arbitration hoard appointed by Roosevelt to sett lo the anthracite coal strike. Amariilo I Bank ! and I Trust Co. I Amariilo, I Texas f. Paid Up Capital, S5Q.G00 Banking Department Ample capital. Reliable and prompt service. - No urrouiit toil sfffnll . N'one' tTO- large. Intrie.l paui on time deposits. Trust Department Mate your will mid' name this company as your executor. It is better to leave j our business in the hands of an in stitution that will not die, nor nb'ond, nor resign. 1-avc your will in our vault for safe keeping, Consult us confidentially about this important matter. Valuahle papers kept for you free. J. C. Paul, Pre. Ray. Whcatlcy, Cashier. Aicry Turner. V. Trcs. Chas. A. risk, Jr. Scc'y. THE TWICE-A-WEEK HERALD, SI, 00 PER YEAR iii.i 1 ii Points About . J ' - Telegraphers Receive Alliance Marshaltown, Iowa, Oct. .". General Manager Day of the Iowa Central Railway company today an nounced that el'I'ectlvo Nov. l', tele graph operators of the nysleni, with the exception of the Allodia branch, will receive tin Increase of wagon. Tho im-rcnse will bo between $2.50 and $5 per month. Nevada Workmen Convene Reno, Nov., Oct, J 5. Tho grand lodge of the Ancient Order of United Workmen of Nevada convened ir annual tension hero today. Tho ut tcndaoca-is-uuuBuaUy.t largo, TOM L MILLER, Saves running to and fro from a hot stove, and prevents the working in a btifling 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. m V.. J National Bank of Cominerc of Amariilo. 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. BVNUM Cashier. i,-. .-vv i v-i.v.i.V - s vv i . in a. nr s f A r , n -y n - r i