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TWICE-A-WECK HERALD OCTOBER 23, 19o6. 01 TlCLIl MIOOT STRAIGHT Wll Jack TurvU Who Jlealated Arrest Fhoenlx, Arli., Oct. 1. -Jack Purvis U dead nnd Harry Wilbur of Station and Percy Vincent of Olobo. are both deportely wound ed, at th reult of a shooting acrapa on too Gila Valley, Globo & North pro railroad at a station eighteen mllea from Globe. Wednesday even in. Purvis was accused of atcallug iomt muloa and the Sheriff at tempting to arrest blw whea IXirrU begun aboollug. More Troublo for D Forest, Denver, Col., Oct. Th DeFor est Wlrelesa Tclgrapfc company , oi which Leo De Forest, who recently sued bis young wife for divorce, the vice president. Is defendant la U suit filed here by llin Mabel Duy for 15.000 damages. Miss day alleges that ber reputation bas been damag- ud to that extent through tlio failure tt tho corporation to carry out con tracts which aho was empowered to make for It. la hen ptltlon tho plaintiff do flirts that be was sent to various title In Oklahoma to sell the stock f tho wireloss telegraph company nd thHt tho company's offlclaTs In strncted bcr to mako the sales on the representation that wlrelesa tele Eraph stations would bo established in tho cities where stock was. taken Who claims that oho carried out these .Instructions lu good faith, but that after sho bad turned la hor payment tho Do Forest compnny refused to tarry out Its part of the contract lUua dumnglnn her reputation with t&0 persons whd bought stock of her DATTI-K IS 0 f&ht Against M.e Insuinn-? Oimpa nlc Jluy lie u l"in ino ow York, Oct. 19. Voting on fie eloctlon which Is to dceldo who bhall control tho Mutual and Now (Vjork Llfo InBiirunco comivrlvi n.d tJclr f 500,000,000 nasota Imsnu ym- fardny and will contlmio till Docoui Nr 18, when tho polls clone. )t n.rty loie weeks to count tho bnllou an,1 Jn tho Went of u clone clertln the i;ount mtiy bo taken Into tho courts .(Thoro are 650,000 policyholder In the Mutual and 873,000 In tho New .York llfo. In tho Mutual llfo there Bra throe tickets In the field. The in-esent management Is known as the aidmlnlstratlon ticket, the second Ih united committees', a ticket jointly nominated by the international pol lcyholdera commltteo and tho Mu lual policyholders association. The fhlrd or fualoa ticket was nominated ty agents of the Mututal. In tho Kew York life there are only two tickets, the administration nominesH and those nominated by pollcyhold FIXED FOIt iu:ii Ti:s r- Ifafle Holt Holies Itiillroiul nnd bnjppers for Disi ilmhmtion New York. Oct. 10. Judge Holt sjiuw uiuit-a Mines circuit court lin tfosed a flno of flflg.ooo on tho New Dforlc Central and Hudson Itlvcr rail- pad today for granting rebntes to pwell M. Palmer, who has charge t tho transportation for the Amef" pa Bngar Refining company. There )r,pro fclz counts and a flno of 17,- PW) was Imposed for each. Frederick ttfmeroy, assistant trafflo managor of x9 railroad was fined 11,000 on (each of the six cases. Judgo Holt isoverely criticised tho freight policies iao rauroaa. HMEKICAN JQXIXa CONGRESS Ranee read by Senator DeLavorgne of Colorado Springs fljenver. Col., Oct 19.- The Amer ica Mining congress yesterday lis tened to a paper by State Senator E. fclj peLavorgno of Colorado Springs bp the subject "Mutual Relations and tolerances of Smelting Trust and Dra Producers.'' "It is declared that at the present the. commodity Is entirely determined by the buyer and that sampling was dona by the employe who was paid to cut dowtt the valuation of ore." He suggested automatic sampling as the remedy. As further remedies for the evils which he declared ex isted he eoggested that the state leg islation, national legislation, make amicable agreements for the encour agement of competition and govern ment operation. He believed the first four reme dies sufficient. But if not the gov ernment should be asked to step in and do something for the country. Franklin 8. Gulterman, general, manager of the American Smelting & Refining company replied to De DclAvorgno. Ho claimed tho so called smelter trust had already ac tive competition and quoted figures to show that since the combination of emeltera had gono into effect there had bwn considerable reduc tiosMa th charges. He defended at length of purchsMt of ore of, which eI.avorgno hud complained and ex plained home of tho points wads by the first speaker. He alao Mated that the prleo paid for ore was fixed by. the quotations taken from the Engineering and Mining Journal and W. It. IngalU, editor of that paper stated that these quotations were se cured from the reports 'f tho actual wholouule traUHncllona. Among the reuolutlona which the commltteo of resolutions recommend ed to bo passed was one by. Prince of New Mexico as follows; Resolved, That the American Mln Ing congress respectfully request that the congress of tbe United StuN shall provide a law for locating nnd working mines of the reserved ;ct als of gold and silver and quirk oil ver on tho Spanish and Mexlcnn land grants confirmed by tho United States court of private land ilalms. C.U1I.ES uxiiiitr Severe llurrlcano Does Ham go Along Florid Coast No wVork, Oct. 19. Tho Western Union Telegraph company announces that Its cables to Havana nro intact and that communication with Us of flco has been restored but that no dotulls as to nny storui damage have yet boon received. Reports from Florida indUalo that, tho hurricane la furious ulong tho southeast roust and sevcro I urn a go there I.i appre hended. A man who arrived thin morning at Ft. Pierce, 150 miles north of Mlnml, Florida says: "There has been grent damago to buildings along tho const but no loss of life yet reported." Highest Tido for Years New York, Oct. 19. Havana nnd southern Florida aro nt 111 Isolated so far as wlro communication Is con corned, early today. . Late reports from tho storm vere that It had left tho south Florida coast nud was bonded to tho sen. la this city and vicinity porctirnors of Iho hurrlrauo wero ubnormully hlnh tides at Coney Island and ulon the horo of the Hudson river In Man hattan, fresh breezes nud ruin last nlKht. A northeast cr which has boon blowing hero for two days has driven the vatern of the Hudson "tirttlj It rohed over Thirteenth Avenuo yes terday a foot deep, H Is said that this Is the highest tido In the Hud son for thirty years. Coney Island had ono of tho highest tides ever seen and considerable dnnuigo' is wrought. ; RATE IS RAISED Dank of England Makes Discount Rate O per rent London, Oct. 19. Tho bank of England raised the discount rate to 6 per rent this morning. The charges in discount rate at tho bank on nny day except Thursday has been very few since November 7, 190, Just before the Baring failure.' ' A relnpso in the American exchange in dicating a renownl for the 'demands for gold and tho probability of large withdrawals of metnl for Egypt seemed to havo contributed to the action taken by the bank. A sum of $5,000,000 in gold is leaving the bank today. It ls be lieved to be destined for Egypt, Al though financial circles anticipate a very large purchase on behalf of the United States, irrespective of wheth er the rate of exchange renders the transaction profitable or not. Re ports aro also current that tho bank of Germany is conducting a large bullion, movement for Russian, ac count while Argentina is in tho mar ket as a purchaser of gold. Consols for money declined 7-1 G to 85 nfter the announcement of the Increased bank rate-.,1. Heretic is on Trial. '; New York, Oct. 19. The court of review will today hear the appeal of the Rer. Dr. Algernon St Crapsey. tho Rochester Episcopal clergyman, who was recently adjudged guilty of heresy. Dr. Crapsey Is alleged to hare denied the resurectlon and oth er vital tenets of the church. He will be defended by Edward M. Shep- ard. Y. M. C. A. Convention. McKecsport, Penn., Oct. 1 J. The Young Men's Chrlsltan association of the Pittsburg district opened its an nual convention hero today with a large attendance. The meeting will continue until Monday, Jliisttltin Railroad Kills n Hundred St. Petersburg, Oct. 19. It Is re ported that a hundred persons were killed or injured in n accident to ny at the Okaon Moscow Kursk rail road, ;: ,, v. Hang Negro Murderer ' BhrevvDort. La.. Oct. 19. Ike tur. ryuian, colored, who was 'convicted of murdering his wife, will b hanged today. YKKPICT O FOITLTV Cmj Will He Appeals to Huprmir Court -Irtiimtio Heme Findlay, Ohio, Oct. 19. By the verdict of the Jury, the Standard Oil company of Ohio is guilty of conspir acy against trado In violation of the Valentino anti-trust law of Ohio. Tho penalty is a flno of from $50 to $5,000, which may be repeated for each day of offenso or Imprisonment of six to twelve months. The Standard has give nnotlce that It will file motion for now trial and It hus three days to put tho motion In form, There Is no doubt but that tho rase will be ultimately appealed to the supreme court of the state. When tho case went to tho Jury Wednesday night tho first ballot stood nine for conviction and three for acquittal. Hy degrees two men wero won over to tho majority. A touch of tho dramatic marked the I wo closing hours of tho Jury's de liberations. Hymns were sung dur ing all but ten minutes of this tlmo. This ten minutes enruo at tho end and was or.culpcd by remaining Jur or who had stood out, incxplalniug Ms position and his surrender to the majority. Jury Out Thirty-Two Hours Findlay, Ohio, Oct. 19. After de liberating for thirty-two hours the Jury in Iho raso against Standard Oil of Ohio charged with conspiracy against trade, brought in n verdict of guilty. Tho verdict was rendered nt 4:35 this morning, tho Jury having an nounced It's readiness to report at 1 o'clock. The court aud attorneys arrived lu half nn hour and tho ver dict was rendered. Tho Standard's attorney inado a motion for a new trial und Judc Flanker assured him such motion would bo entertained. Try Hog for bis Llfo. Clncvlnnattl, O., Oct. 19. Jack Just a yellow mongrel owned by John Helzler, a peddler, will be trlod for his llfo beforo Magistrate Leuders to day. Eofflo tlmo ago tho young son of Botzlcr's neighbors tenzed Jack, and tho dog bit him. Tho neighbor se- curnd a warrant, charging Bctzlcr with harboring a vicious dog. When tho sr.o was callod about two weeks ago Jnck appeared with his master to answer to the charge. The yellow cur scemod to realize that he was on trial for his llfo and that if ho was found guilty of being vicious ho would bo taken out by one of the blue coated policeman and shot.. He shook hands with tho Judgo and gaz ed at him beseechingly out of his soft brown eyes. Judgo Leuders evidently found the rano too deep and complex to bo de cided off-hand and postponed the hearing until today. 1 Roth Jack and his master expect a favorablo verdict. Old Soldiers' Reunions. Tendleton, Ind., Oct. 19. The veterans of tho First Indiana battery and Eighth' and Eighteenth Infantry regiments is In progress hero today. Many old soldiers from olher states ar present. Poughkeepslo, N. Y.,.Oct. 19. Tho annual reunion of tho 128th reg iment of New York volunteers is bo lug hold in this city today. WHEN THE KIDNEYS ARE AILING. The Urgent Need of Prompt Restora tive Measures is Something That Every One Should Understand. 'A Stitch in Time Saves Nine." Slight disorders in the kidneys or uri nary organs are more serious than most people think. The first warning symp toms should receive prompt medical treatment to ward off Ilright's Disease or some other dangerous malady. Wheu the kidneys arc ailing ami the symptoms become sufficiently pronounced to be noticeable the condition calls at once for prompt measures to stay the progress of the disease. Trickly Ash Bitters is the remedy needed. Taken on the ap pearance of the first symptoms, such as pain in the back, puffiness under the .eyes, irregularities in the urine, digestive disorders, it will save the victim incal culable misery and suffering, mental torture and expense. Used at the begin ning of the trouble it cures quickly. Used in the more Hdvanced stages it will win back health ami strength as rapidly as circumstances will possibly permit. Accept no. saiMtitute. Intnt on Tmvlnj the ftcnulne 1'ricklvAoh ililtcn with the , large figures iu red on the trout label. Cold ot Drug Stores, $1.00 Per bottle. THE ABBEY RUINS Historic Church Building of Old England Falls Prey to Midnight Flames. IS 800 YEARS OLD Founded In tho Twelfth Century By the Benedictfous Abqey Possessd Some Interesting Tombs of Abbots. Selby, England, Oct. 20. Tho famous old abbey church here, known as Selby Abbey Is a total ruin tho result of fire, which broko out in tho organ chambers at midnight Tho local flro bilgado was unablo to control tho flames and tho brigades from York nnd Leeds wa too late to savo tho historic building, only tho baro walls being loft. .Selby Abbey awa considered one of tho fluent monastery edifices iu England and was founded In the twelfth century by tho Benedictines nnd a part of tho original Navcan and franscopts survived. Tho abbey possessed some Interesting sculptures nnd tombs, of abbots who presided over ita dosllnlcs during tho rule of tho Normans. CiHOYER CLEVELAND ILL Caught Cold While Fishing Which Compelled illin to Take to I5cd Now York, Oct. 2(. Grover Cleve land Is ill from a sevcro cold at West land, his country home near Prince ton, N. J. Ho has been ailing since early In tho week and yesterday his- condition was such that he was com pelled to take his bed and summon a physician. Mrs. Cleveland says she does not consider his condition serious. He caught cold fishing. lias Recovered Trlnceton, N. J., Oct. 20.' At the home of Cleveland it is announced that he is not ill but has been suf fering from a cold but is said to be entirely recovered. Alleged SpnnlNh Tyrany. Brussels, Oct. 19. That the pros ecution of Scnor Ferrer, director of tho modern school of Barcelona is nn example of Spanish tryanny is the statement of M. Leon Furnemont, a member of the Belgium parliament, who has investigated the case. For. rer was arrested on a chnrgo of hav ing been implicated In a plot against tho llfo of King Alfonso. M. Furno mont has Issued a circular appealing to "all liberty loving people'1 In bo half of Scnor Ferrer. Ho says: "Tho modern school was closed be cause Its scholastic methods were bas ed on tho latest discoveries ot mod ern science and were purely secular In their nature, thus bringing down upon It tho hatred of the clerical power, which has controlled nil of tho educational forces In Spain for many centuries. The corps of pro fessors of tho modern scool consisted of somo of the . most distinguished scientific men of Spain. Now nil of the museums, libraries, property and money of the Institution have been seized on the flimsy and groundless excuse that Sonor .Ferrer is an an archist. In the name of liberty 1 protest against this outrage." Clerityman Baptised Monkeys. Detroit, Mich., Oct. 19. Because thev aro alleged to have connived at r blasphemous exhibition, the mana gers ot tho Detroit Fair association are In dee-W water and numerous de mands are being made for thoir dis missal. The trouble originated when the Rev.- George A. McDonald, the former oastor of a church at Kala inazoo, baptized two monkeys In the regular orthodox way, using tho aer- vice prescribed in tho Episcopal nrayer book.. The managers of the fair declared that they knew nothng of the exhibition until after it had taken place. The Rev. McDonald is now connected with an animal show and baptized the animals in order to draw crowds and not through any solicitude for the welfare of their souls. ' Missouri Dairy Convention. ..." Bismarck,' Mo., Oct. 19. The state dairy convention began here today attd has attracted a large number of dairymen and farmers from all over Missouri. The meeting ' .will last through tomorrow. , TOR THE TRIPLE ALLIANCn Gentian and Italian KUtesinen Have Conference Tothiy Home, Oct, 20. German Foro'ffn Secretary llorr Von Tschlrsky drove to the foreign office this morning and visited Foreign Minister Tlttonl with w hom he hud a long; and cordial conversation. While the subjects dis cussed were not divulged, offlcliil quarter believed that tho general relations of tho powers composing the triple alliance and tho best means of consolidating the alllauce and ren dering It more effectlvo In the Inter ests of peace wero the subjects on which the exchanges of views took place. Later In the day Tltonl returned tho visit at the German embassy where he remained la conference for about an hour, ROOSEVELT PLEASED Approves Suggestion That Birth PIuco of Mother Ho Shown in 1007 -Norfolk, Va., Oct. 20. President Roosevelt heartily approvos tho sug gcstlon that Georgia shall reproduce us its stuto building at Jamestown expoiiition tho old colonial Bulloch hall at Koswell, Ga., tho birthplace of Martha Bulloch, the President's mother. Ho says In n letter to W. W. Mitchell, president of tho door gla state commission: "I nm much pleased and touched at tho sugges tion." WRECK O.V PECOS VALLEY Passenger Train Crashes Into Freight in Texlco Yards Texlco, N. M., Oct. 18. The north bound 'passenger train nt 3:30 this afternoon crashed Into a siding of freight in tho yards here, totally wrecking tho engine and demolishing the mall and express cars. Aside from slight Injuries to tho engineer Mahan, nobody whs hurt. Tho wreck was caused by un open switch. St. Ijflttis Boxing Tourney St. Louis, Oct. 20. Tho Invitation boxing tournament to be given to night under the auspices of the Mis souri Athletic club promises well in the way of entertainment for local lovers of tho game. Many good box ers from other cities aro here and no two members ot tho Missouri club will bo pitted against each other. Among tho men entered in the va rious events are Frank Haller, Monte Dale, Oliver Kirk, J. W. Mason tuul Ben Wilson, all In the 123 pound class; Morris Snyder and Everett Inge, In the 113 pound class and Joe Lydon and Will Baker in the 133 pound class. Homecoming at nn End. Birmingham, Ala., Oct. 20. The Alababama homecoming celebration which has been in progress here in connection with the stato fair during the last week, will close today with appropriate exercises. Thousands of the "homecomers" from other states will visit their old homes beforo re turning and it Is likely that many of them will attend, the Alabama, Agri cultural fair, to be held In Mont gomery' tho coming week. Burke and Scanlon to Meet. Haverhill, Mass., Oct. 19. Sailor Burke of Brooklyn and Jim Scanloa of Pittsburg will meet beforo the Haverhill Athletic club tonight. Sal-' or Burke recently knocked out Char ley St. Clair, an aspirant to middle weight honors, in less than three rounds, Many Attended Bankers Session St. Louis, Oct. 19. On this, the last day of the American Bankers' association convention, thero was a full attendance. In anticipation of a session that would be characterized by a heated and possibly acrimonious discussion over currency questions, many more than usual attended. Celebrate Trafalgar Anniversary. London, Oct. 20. The 101st an niversary of the battle of Trafalgar, which falls on October 21, Is being celebrated today by patriotic and military societies throughout the em pire. It was In this celebrated battle When you buy WET WEATHER CLOTHING you want complete protection And long service. . These and many other aood points t are combined in TOWER'S ISH BRAND OILED CLOTHING Ymi uirt altera ' to by any chtr AJLfCWtft CO Mtovrtt A I i. M. i OA r that Admiral Nelson lost. his life, af ter defeating a large Erench and Kpunlsh fleet under the command of Gravlna and Vllleneuvo, thus deploy Ing Napoleon's hopes of succei'sfull) Invuding England. Memorial exi r clses In honor of the great naval hero will be held In many churches tomorrow. KILLED DV FALLING WALLS High Wind Blow Down Rulim f Sail Francisco Jluildlng 'San Francisco, Oct. 20. Five men were killed and two Injured under collapsing wnlls that toppled over by a high wind this inorulng., Three unknown men were crushed to death under tho wall at tho southeast cor ner of Commercial and Montgom ery nnd another badly crushed. Two men were killed and another prob ably fatally injured under tho ruins of a wall nt tho corner of Mission near Third. Tho nnmos of tho dead aro Peter Johns and G. Durum!. Greeks. Both accidents occurred ul almost tho name time. STEAMERS COLLIDE Eutrla Suffers Some Damage but Other Continues .lourncy Now York, Oct. 20. Tho Kutiia. whllo bound out of New York har bor, collided with the Minnehaha, also outward bound. The .Minnehaha evidently Buffered no Injury ns il.o continued on her way, while the Eu trurla canio to anchor. Tho Eutrla w.m struck on the after port quarter just above the water lino and a hole four feet in diameter was smashed in her overhanging. Concert Star to America, Par!;. Oct. 20. lvtschlnikorf. the great Russian concert star, will sail today for America, where he will make an extended tour of the tona lly. Ho will open his season In Pittsburg with tho Pittsburg orches tra, on November !, and will appear in New York at Carnegie hall with tho Hustian Symphony orchestra on November 13. Ei'lonhoi n to Meet Downey. Central City, Col., Oct. 19. Young Eiienborn of Denver and Jack Dow ney will fight ten rounds before the Eagles hero this evening. They will weigh In at 1 21 pounds. In tho Hlx round preliminary bout Kid Dixon and Mike Malono will bo the principals. J CLIPS CAESAR was a man of nerve-but sickness left its mark and he became aged before his lime. Sickness Is often caused by a torpid liver, llerblno will -regu late your liver and give you health. Mrs. Canio Austin, Hollon, Kans.-iii, writes: "I consider Herbine tho best medicine I ever heard of. I nm never without t. Sold by L. O. Thompsaii & Bro. T-ll-t If2' WANT A HOME ? We have assisted many people to homes, both in country and 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. We have some choice bargains in ranches and town property. SLADE & BASSETT, BOX 683. "AMARILLO, TFXAS. EZ53SEMS If 1 AWiMf f over $2.50 for a man's good, neat, long wearing shoe our "Black Dia mond" will suit you to a T. The "Black Diamond" is our pace maker and its superiority over other shoes at the price is a sure indication of the excellence of higher-priced "Diamond Brand" Shoes. Women's "Black Diamonds" retail at $2.00. MKAXLVORC ME SHOES JHAN ANY OTHW HOUSE INTiVNttT rite lH;Mt,00i," FROM ENGLAND Nearly IH.",tUM,(Ml( Shipped In Egpt Xew York hlock Market London, Oct. 20, It Is definitely known today that about $30.000.00u of gold will b whipped from England within tho week, of which amount $4, 930,uao Wfiit t Egypt today. Local blinker have recovered form yesterday's scare hikI tho market dhows Increasing ateudlnoss. Market Acllve New York. Oct. 20. There wh a' renewal off urgent liquidation In tho stock market today which carried earlier prices 1 'a to 3 4 below last night's for active speculative favo rites. Evidently a heavy movement of currency to the Interior for crop movements and Canadian require ments to fortify the Toronto bunks complicated the tilt nation. Largo buying orders for support ing purposes restrained tho decllno after tho opening but did not en tirely atop it.' iMmoiit Racing Meet Ends New York, Oct. 20. Tho fall rac ing meet at Belmont park ends to day, and will be followed by a seaon at. tho Jamaica tracks, the l:.vn" course of tho Metropolitan .luil:ey club. Tbe Nt w York rating season will i ron:o to a do,. November 13, when the Acqneduct meet end. From thero the bora's will go to th" l'.enultlgs track, near tho nation's capital city, and ilien'O southward to Now Or leans and Los Anegries. riencli Cabinet Hoggin In Body Paris, Oct. lit. At th" cabinet meeting this morning Premier Snr rlen officially Informed his colleagues that he Irts transmitted hU resigna tion to 1'ie-lient Pallerle.;. Upon hearing this tho ministers resigned lu a body. . 'H-if' Eleven Cent Cotton. Atlanta, Ga., Oct. 20. -In accord ance with a call Isued by tho offi cials of the National. Farmer's union, all ot the local unions today will hold mass meetings to consider ways and moans, for holding tho cotton crol of the country until the price hn advanced to 11 cents a pound. . About sao.fion cotton growers an members' of the Parmer's union of iho various southern mates. Hearst Returns to New York New York, Oct. 20. William Ran dolph Hearst, who has been making a campaign tour of tho up-state coun ties dtitiu glho last week Is expected to return to this city tomorrow. Ho will resume his speaking carupalsn in the metropolis Monday. . Cot I on Seed Feeder Address White K- Walker, Mem phis, Texas, for prices ou cotton reel. St-100 BLACK DIAMOND EveryDayWear you don't want to pay ft mm ML '