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1 -i " V THE YVKI-KLY rthRALO MARCH 7, fo07 ft (3 '; ' -1 - - ....y.A-M In, !.,.' . 'I rJ, r. r,i. .1'. V'J ' 1 '!'. " "l. V-i I ' '. 1 J.KAV V n't .if 1 , ir-,,'..' ( Html - jj, v -! rca ?3 fV3 1 Attention Mr. lanchmaB - ' j, in WAS THEIR BUSY BAYP uhci) ; li- w.ik'mi IiikU till- (liich h, , r i ililMo hlin-l of a niii-.iclo. lint ln Fire Boys Extinguish Tires and Narrowly: U Ut his posi, will: . ill a nioiiii'iit':; Avort Disastrous Collision (From .Monday's Daily.) A Ma.p in Hidings' hhicKsihil li i phop on Tjlt-r hircct. Raw? the tiro I lin8 koiiic facl. vorv );i:,t Salnnl.iy aflrnioon H'irt Imliicil ly lain;.- near ciiusliiii a serin is iii't hi t . When the nl.iim soihiiKmI, hnih Wilsons rcpoinlnl an.l o! out of lao lilation at the usual .mh"i. On tiit forward waon, pu 1 It-it by tin- to im of Krayx which Dli k Jlcrlist waa ilrivin'.-,, we iv marly all the uienibcrx of i in fire cmnpaiiy. The new. ladder tnndi followed wllll Al (llasgow diivlm; tin: blacks and in 1 lilt truck tevcral mm besides tho coniiiany bad taken places. The wagons Inrnod Hie c'or tier at Fourth Into Tyler street and v.ent al full .speed ' tow a id the li'e wbleh w .1M Just beyond Fll'lh. Titer,. was liflrdly a war.on s lonlli lu lwi niom when me Heavy lorwanl uauoii loaded with the lire boys canio Id a dead slop Just In front of the ditch on Filth street where the workmen ". i replacing a deep eiilverl. Vs ill link would have it, Fifth : ret is cut on the north Hide by j '!,!ch and Is crossed on one of llto ; 'tow wooden biddra whb h I lit ot force i.s now rciilariiiL'. Tin: l-t ward truck slopped just across t c bridge and Al ;ias:;nw, dilviin; seennd wason, averied a rlistis i'is collision only by i.uervin' his ) . a team from the bridge and strlk : ; the first ditch at full speed. The Suffering the misery nd agony that conic from your liver beintf .out of order trying to bear up in the be lief that you will bo all right in a day or two ars you deliber ately neglecting tho warning of outraged Nature-- committing the blunder of believ ing that you don't ' peed medicine? If you iire, thesooner you commence tho x . -i i r. j Dr. tLaldweii & .Laxatlv) iyrup Pepsin i, : liettcr it will be for you. Ij on can't afford to fool with your v'.vr, and you certainly can't alTord to V, without this great remedy if your Ir. l.'r is out of order. Don't dijay. Koih you and your liver will bu better "livers" than ever. DR. CALDWELL'S SYRUP rEPSIN in be obtained in both dollar and balf Hiir sizes from all druggists. ."our money will bo refunded if it : . not benefit you. if roftal card request will hrine bv rrturn ,v.:i arm booklet, "UK. OAUWKMAS . i V , nP WONUKKS" and (ri-u sample U !'. who, have never tried ttiiJ wouaertij !. dend today. PEPSIN SYRUP CO. Monlloollo, Illinois Sold by K. R. 'Roach Drttp; Co. iladdrcy Kcnyon KtiiUlitiR, Atna illo, Tpx.ix. ill i rok ' ' J i .y iff hii'i' i m 1 1 on Ipc ua;;r:i jiiiuiicil to il'i'iy . 1 1 1 ' 1 It iw (ll.is.'.'ov.- ,( pi his neat f.ilN't liiK, and the blacks l etipoiided o hi:; efi'orls by rlr'clvlni; tlienis(deil iu:(. beyond the ditch. The terrific j.'r ef the heavy was oii when it struck t'le ditcli hplintered t the ton.une of the waon Inlo f i-u u- incii t : hill fort 11 mi I r neither of the hor.M's were Injured in the Icasi. A spliulrr from the tongue struck (iliis S'liv in Hie htmd with such force that i; p.i.srd entirely throiiuh the flesh. in Kui" of ui ai-ciiieiit Hie com- pany pot to the fire in-time to utop furlhrr proi;rc.s and tho daniaj;o was slight. The dninan to tho ladder truck wtt! temporurily repaired by ihe ndtltlion of a makeshift ton.mie. Fire on Diichanan street near the Itowory avc tl.e boys nnolhrr round about s; o'cloi ; Sal unlay evening. Tli.'' buildinu; was a Ktnall frame structure- used as a tailor shop and Ihe flames had sained considerable headway before tho alarm Founded. ' The Interior was Kiilld when the depnrlnient. readied the fire and t!ie los is prncticiilly total, rr:u:l,ilnR pi rai'.ps JmIHI or $ I 00. Rsosevslt Creates or Increas es TKriy-Two Forest Be-, cprvf tail V V 1 Assoc!. tied Press. Washington, jv (J., March 4. The President, March nipied a proclaniiitlon creaiiiis or increasing Ihirly-two forest reserves in tho va rious western slates. Tho Agricul tural bill then pending contained a provision that, hereafter such reserves should not. he. established except by act of congress. The, President concluded that tho reserves which hn considered very important would bo wholly or In part dissipated .before congres.-i could again consider tho mailer. In a memorandum the Pres ident says If congress differs from hlni. II. will have full opportunity in the futuro to take, such u position as It de;:iros anent tho discontinuance of the reserves. St. Locls Spelter. SI. Louis, March -1. Speller Plead: $0. OFFICIAL ACT Associated Press. Washington, I). C., March ,4. One of Um last official acts of Cor telyou as postmaster general was the Issuance of the following order: "That whenever th0 weight of mail is taken oil railroad routes tho whole number of days mails are weighed Rhall be used as divisor for obtain ing tho nverago weight per day." CREATES r rt . n v FOR A NEW BUILDING Congregation o! First Christian Church cides to Begin Plans at Once for a Modern Church Editise, (From Tuesday's Dally.) At an onihiisiasili: mrelini; esti r il.iy nioi'iiliiK af'.er the ri'Siibir ser vice, tho congregation of tho 1'iret Christian church adored the mot Inn "' v.iei.nu j. .u. i-w.umhu, j nnded by Mrs. Kli .Smith, and put by tho pastor, Jewell H. Howard, au thorizing the official board to pro ceed wilh'plans for tho erection of a new church building. WJiilo tho mailer of a new church building has been quietly canvassed for sine limc by tin: members of V:o congregation, no drlinile slops had been taken. Last week the official hoard decided that, Inasmuch as the present building Is proving wholly Inadeiiiiiile to the constantly growing needs of the church, t'ao new build ing Is demanded and warranted by ihe conditions now existing. After the servires yesterday morning tho pastor placed the mailer before the congrrg.it ion and the project was ful ly discussed with the result that tho congregation heartily approved the building move. As yet no amount has been sot for tho probable cost of tho new build Ing but tne understanding is that the cost will be $:'(!, 000 or more. Some thing over a yoar ago the church purchased lots In front of the pres ent building making a lot ITiO.nHO on tho corner of Taylor and Eighth i.lrrets. The new building will bo creeled on these lots. Preliminary committees will ho appointed at once Thousands Have Kidar-y ' Troubls and Never Suspsct it. now To riuii out. Fill a bottle or common glass with your water and let it stand twenty-four hours ; a ?ediinentor set tling iuilicatosan unhealthy run uil'.oti ni' the l:id ucs s ; if it stains jour lin'-'ii it is evidence ef kid ney trouble ; too fre(i.jtit desire to jias it or vain in the back is also convincing proc.f that tin; kidneys and bladder are out of ot.icr. What To Eo. There is comfort in ihe knowledge so often expressed, that I'r. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, Uie great kidney remedy, fulfills every m UIi in curing rheumatism, pain in the back, kidneys, liver, bladder and every part of the urinary passage. It corrects innbilitj- to bold water Btid scalding j ain in passing it, or bad effects following use ot liquor, wine or beer, and overcomes that unpleasant ne cessity of being compelled to. go often during the day, and to grt up many times during the night. The mild and the extraordinary effect of Swamp-Root is soon realized. It stands the hfghest for its wonderful cures of the most dis tressing cases. If you need a medicine you should have the best. Sold by drug gists in fifty-cent and one-dollar si.cs. You may have a sample bottle and a book that tells . all about t . both sent free rf?n5TrtH4l"3l 1 ! i i r Wtri-Stfe'J rluluunnC Kilmer & Co., Iiing- ... ....... ........ i. j--.. v. hamton, N. Y. When nonot tnunp-Rnot. writing mention this paper and don't make any mistake, but remember the name, Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, and Uie address. Huurnunitoti. n JL Ji Which Cleans COMFORT AND DURABLITY GET IN LINE AND PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW! Our EME1S0H Steam Plows Bo the YcrK. Lei tis Show You. und the plans will be vigorously pushed. The (".iristtan church is the third of Ihe .Amarillo churches to ta'.e I'j.'linile hi ops toward (i ivw and modern building. Tim .Methodist church now Hearing completion in ihe next square west on Polk street at a cost of O.iHi i, the Ilaptlst ihiiria which In to ho built at about Ihe same cost near the Methodist churih and tho Chri.-t Ian church on Tailor Hlrot. all practically within the .same hiuhi o w ill make one of I tnosl nntii hb' gi'oupn of church build ings In tho state. Cr, Evans Holds BefenSani flat Responses al Tims of Kilig Associated Press. Nc.v York, March 4.---Dr. Evan was continued o:i Ihe i;and In Ihe Thaw trial llus morning and his cross examination was concluded at noon, In cross nuo-iiioning, Jerome asked "Were Tiiaw's mental processes stnh thitt he knew tint be was at iiuMng White on the roof Harden?" "He .had an insane kuo.vledge, yes," replied Kvans. Tho witness that In the brain storm the defendant had Insaiio knowledge of what he did, but thai he did not have tho knowl edge of a sound mind. Jerome ques tioned Evans .closely lu regard to what Thaw realized , Ju . his insane manner and what he-knew in this Insane condition of Iris niind on the night of the tragedy," but 'the doctor always came hack to the same :;t.ind that Thaw was not responsible at ilia time ef the murder. . Kvans was ex cused from cross examination at noon. Ho was tenqwii'ai'Uy excused from redirect examination. aJid Dr. Wagner was called tu.t.hc, stand. 1 iolds-Pottiitgier. iFrom Tuesday's Daily. Vo'terday aftornoon at tho homo of the bride's parents, Mr. and. Mrs. J. V. pottlngor, 210- Pkrce. street, Rev, C. N. N- Fergnson porfwined the rereiuony that united In marriage Edward V. Fieids and Miss Mary Hell0 I'ottinger. PcjiMis. .the .rela tives of the conlrae.'iug . partirfi a few intimate friends wvve present and joined In t he informal reception which followed the ceremony. At 5 o'clock Mr. and Mrs. Fields were treated to an ovation from a iiost of friends who had. learned of tho wed ding and had gathered at tho Denver train to give them Oodsiieed on tho start for thlr .bridal tour. Rice, white streamers, and various inscrip tions, with plenty of fun and laugh ter made a celebration that only ended when th train pulled out for Fort. Worth'. THAW im i mm sin 0 Amarilbi Ice a. Cold Slorago Co. and during Ills residence in Am.irlllo has shown li'.in-rlf capable uf. the trust that Is now imposed upon him. Miss .Mary p.olie PoM inner has grown from gk'-hood In and near Aniarll'n and i widely knov n. She is a graduate of lite (lass of linl) of l!-e Amarilbi High S. hoo ami Is a member of the Method!-! church. To h'T training and social qualities, i!ie adds a Hireling character that males In r husband tho recipient of iiirny i-nngratulatiotu. After n short bridal trip. Mr. and Mrs. Fields will be at home In Am arillo. RESCUEO FROM SINKING SHIP Associated Prosa ' Tokio, Jip.in, March 4. Tho eip tain of tho Japan'1: c itinier Tok.'l. who wail steaming abroad a Croat Noi them steamship Dakota yester day, repot I-. v. hen he sii-'hi' d the steamer sho was headed southwest. She chii::;el her course quickly in order to avoid grounding Just, at Ihe moment aito struck. Sho was evi dently rivopt out. of Iter course .by the current. The passengers wire i. II landed t-i'fely on shore wilh th'o assistant o ro;,i lit" Tokai and . hlch panic si rid. en -but were rescued by look all ashore. Tiio day was very calm, but tho dreaded current pecu liar to that locality off Shlrahatmi was very strong. The Dakota now lies one mil" off shore with bcr bow under water up to the sicond mast. Sho is still sinking'. Tost Rtete fesure Re ceives lis Ceaili Knsil In The Sensis To-Day Associated Prcr.s. Washington, I). C, March I. The ship subsidy hill, which has been before congress In a more or less prominent way for the past, twu years and for the past two days In an acute form, finally received a quietus -in the Senate at 11 o'clock today when hennlor Wullingor, in behalf of the measure ro.se and fin ally announced his decision not, to press It for further consideration. Sustained No Damage. Associated Pro.;s. London, March 4. Advices from Dover slate that the Rod Star lino bleumer Daderland, which grounded on Coodfin sands last night got off early tou.iy and proceeded on her voyage. . Tho steamer resuming her voyage Indicates she sustained no se rious damage. Miss Dill, of Topeka, who has been visiting Mrs. Newbold, returned to ' . u,tm-l:iv evening. SHiPSMOY BILL DEAO mi b "imi 1 i Col!) Eciises cl Congress f&t in Lest Session of Fifly-HiiiSh Congress at Washington Associated rrrss. Wilmington, D. C, March L Hoth linuseu of congress met at 0:30 today for tho last sitting of tho rc; sio:i of tho Fl"y-ii'nih congress. The attend. nice was Hlni "ot.lv in the House and Senate and those present showed tdgns of fatigue duo to nl most coiiliiiual meet i lies hi nee last Saturday morning. The House pro. cerd'd ns if Iho rnliro session was still before It, but Iho Senate find ing itself without a quorum and wilh till the necessary routine business dis posed of, look a recess of a fotv min utes after as.senbUng and It. was at once evident that there would 1)0 no furl lief serious effort to secure ac tion on the ship subsidy bill or upon any disputed measure. The only Im potia1:!, lr-itier aside, from Iho ship subsidy bill, which was "in the air" was tho LnFollott.j railroad employ e.,' bill. Th" Heiiato today agreed to the confero'ii o report on Ihe hill limit ing Iho 'hours of f.erv'ce of railroad employes as agreed upon by the eon. ferenc" last night. The limine also agreed to the conference report and In both houses II was adopted by a 3 Latest Complete Steam Plow Big Plows, Marrows, Plants, all at enc through in Twelve Foot Swath EE MQDEfiN - AVOID EVAPORATION - INSURE A CROP Will sell for Cash or Cash Trade, or will sell On T-4 Cash, with approved notes drawing ten jer One ;7-II. P. HiifTalo-Pitt Plow Muginc Two 4-l'ottom Gail? Plows, 14-iuch One i2-l'Vot Disc Drill One )o-Tooth Harrow One Peerless Separator, fi-inch Cylinder, with Alfalfa Attachment, also Parscns Intension Feeder. It is because we me closing out our land that we are offering this for sale ut reduced price, We will make it to your interest to write us for prices, or to come and lock this machinery over. It is all in first-clnu condition and has not been used very much. Call or Write obi. Moody , Son Canadian, (Hemphill Cour.ty) Texas USE r unanimous vote. The agreement lim its th0 daily service, of railroad tel egraphers to nine hours, with, a pro vision that the requirement ba ex tended as to any particular cases when a proper showing is made to tho Interstate commerce, commission. The final adjournment of con gress was delayed slightly by an error In tho enrollment of tho La Folhtle bill regulating the hours ol service for train men. The bill had been enrolled in advanco of agree ment by Tho ronf.Tcs nnd it was found that a charge had been made lu tho phraseology which necessitated re-enrollment. The Senate adjourned slno die t 12:13 and the House seven minutes later. Signs Many Measures. Tho President arrived at tho cap Itol about 11 o'clock. Thirty bills were higne by him there before noon. The delay In engrossing tho bill limiting tho bourn of railroad em ployes prevented the President com pleting his cenLlro task before noon and It. was exactly three minutes aft er 12 when ho attached his signature to that measure. This was the last bill ho signed at tho cupltol. s S3 cent interest, for I, 2 and 3 years. A J .... t HI," " ;- l ' '.i.fV..'' 1.