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r v ev TIIU WliUKLY MliKALD. MARCH 1, 1907. M I Pai-lfle fMcamcr Drained. Fperlal to Daily Paiihandlo. San Pranclhco. March 2. Thn WALL PAPER I, pilling of the Australian liner Ven tura, of tho Occaulu'jIteaniHhlp cpm pany, rcbeduled for tomorrow, b.ia hern lndeflntely poHtponod. Accord ing to tho offlclalH of tho company tho whip Is badly In need of .repairs A HEAVY STOCK OF WALL PAPER TO SELECT FROM end will bo held "for that purpose Homo tlmo. 6 THE SCIENTISTS IN THE SENATE ; i ? . v -rVtr v. r;V " ..' 1 Big Suit Is Now on in Courts of New Hampshire fo Cause Mrs, Eddy to Make Accounting No' Y 01 K. March 1 Public !-i'lr-Ji'd nt.;:ens who uro powerful nl .wealthy, xrrordI:ig ti thy Wot id to ri.. y arc behind t ho iult liii.t.ltutcd In the tomi.'i of Ne Hampshire by Jitr n'n leor;;o W, Glover, and oth er i' i''.tp to Boiuio nn recounting oi 1V.- i-i i :ti' r affairs of Mrs. Mary li.'i. . i..oi-or Eddy, l.lio head of the ;f Scientist church, Uo.Hiint'l, N. J I . , March 2. J)o foli.jiiin ni. i regarding tho bill In b'iuI'V Mill yesterday to cecitro an u conning i'f tho financial affairs cf Mi. Mary (!. Eddy, bend of the Kr.-fiiij.-t c:b ri.'.tfa a church nro ns fol. lows: frlcnco leadoj-s no much hu r prbetl. All ot Ihe defendant uro; a via A. Five, Irving C. Toniliiiiion, Jietm.m S. Herring niid Lewis C. Mniig, cf thin clly; Alfred Karlow, Ira O. Kiupp, William H. Johnson and Joseph Armstrong of lloston, Edward A. Klniliall of Chicago and Hyphen A. Chase of Fal Klvcr, Mans, are directors or truslocH In tho Chrls- Tho Ml'H. petition Eddy Is tiou Hclpnro church. In detail attlrum thai I n apacilalod tiirouch Infirmities In cjdent to old ni to "manage he affair and to protect her property with prudence and discretion against I'M uiidiio lnflueiici', control or fraud of others, or to taho charge of and ni:in.tj?o tho present JokhI proceed Inss," and that Mrs. Kddy lives "un der tho charge and In tho cuMody of defendant T'lyo and Strang, and that very few peroonn are allowed to nco her except for b few inlinnes. Clover further clainia that for th lata twenly-fivo yeaiH iU leltiMt) to bit) mother have never had direct re ply from litr, and from other inatlerH relating to hit) attcnipU at corres pondence, (11 over Hi a tea In the pe tition, It U "believed Mrs. Kddy In Kiirrounded by denlpnlng persona, who re lining hep condition for their oiuieirish cihIh". The petition then acta forth the "exlcnalvo and valu able" real and personal property of Mia. Kddy and allies that defend ants and others ''manngo tho aiinie wilely iiceonllng to their own will and pleasure." , Slonuuli Cui'e for Cold. it may bocm queer to you, that tnott. cold begin In your stomach; lnif. It'a true. Many a, weak stom ach, chronic IndlKehtlon, obatinuto coiiatipatlon, etc., weaKen you all ver, and imiko jou nn easy prey to any diaeusn that may bo stalking round. To euro a cold, take a good 6? of l)r. Caldwell'8 (laxative) f.vrp Pepsin, a hot balh and a K'W'd nUrbfu rest. "To prevent colds), keep your digestion In good order with Dr. 'aldwelj'a (laxative) Syrup Pepsin. Quick relief for conatlpatlon, billions ncs, etc. Try it. Hold by J. W. Mc Queen at COo and $1. Money back If ft falls. ' ( lm an opinion In whMi bo Klated that It waa Ihi) duly of tho board to at oiio: wcl.o tim water Hyatem. Act ing .Mayor (iallaher aaya that the board of Hiipervlhort) will at once rant the city attorney full authority and provide him with, tho necessary funds ty liiatigiuato without delay whatever proceedings ho may deem necessary to take In tho matter, llurko Faya thai no court proceedings arc necessary to complete tho for feit uro of tho plant but Is not. pre pared to ray whether police force will bo uned In taking possession. SAII FUUCO'S WM THE TRIAL STILL DRAGS Will Seize Plant cf Water Company Which Has Failed to Carry Out Terms of Franchise ' Ai-jioclated Prcus. Fan Trandnco, March 2. The city t:rougli tho board of supervisors, !l tako Rteps at oin'o to Hecuro bout court prnecedlnKS tho entire ; ,.ut iof tho Spring alley Water oaipany. Clly Attorney Buvke yes terday forwarded to tho mipcrvlaors Wi 711! FEE WAN 1 . ' h'v r , i brand on food produet it the emblem of purity. Every llimg packed under the Wiiiio Swio Brnd haa (o b (Jus yrry trt hfl nuvlirt ituppliet, paclcod while frch, by im proved proiensn, no colonrg nor (duttcra ll'fii of any dundcf iikJ. White Swan ii o gm.intre o( tlia brrt l!iit money can Imy, ta if yr.u are fond f gid lliicgi la fi, alny In::il uponWIcle Swan, 11 )our giutcx tJoo nol krxp VLite Swiui, imJu. MtLTiia. Tiir: Wnplcs - Platter Grocer Co. t)..IU Will Ilulld Dig Hotel. Hpoclal to Pally Panhatidlo. Charleston, V. Va., March 2. Mra. Jlavld A. Neaso of thin elty, ono of tho wealthiest women of tho South ban decided to Invent $500,000 In a modern tourist hotel at San Antonio, Texas. Mrs. Neaso already owns sev. eral hundred thomand dollars' worth of real cs'ate n that city. Democratic Senators Reach an Agreement to Talk the Ship Subsidy Bill to Death, One Way of Killing It GIVEN HONORS Don A, Sweet, Retiring Auditor ilent ot Ovation District Attorney Jerome Near fng Daily the Polpt of a Lunacy Commission Associated Press. . New York, March 4. Every day of tho Thaw trial apparently takes tho district attorney so much nearer to tho foundation he Is to lay for request for a. commission In lunacy an tho first atop In his attempt to send tho alaycr of Stanford White to an asylum for tho criminally in sane. When tho court reconvenes Monday the examination of Dr. T ans will bo concluded and other mod leal men will bo called for cross ex amlnatlon In continuances of Jerome's attempt to show that Thaw's Insanity Is of such naturo as to bo Incurable or t least such character as to make It unlikely that ho lias yet recovered from tho mental derangement. Jc- romo Is firmly convinced that Thaw's cental condition la tho result of pa- ronla and Is not melancholia us tho defense has tried to Bhow. ,1 ' Mm. M.MW,.k Land Patents for Indians. Muskogee,' I. T March 2. A spe- cliil ""car loaded with patents for tho ChociUw nnfl Chickasaw Indian al lotteea will leavo'thls city tomorrow, tho! rlp lasting through tho month and until tho iniddio of April. Dur ing that tlmo 30,000 patents will bo delivered to the Indians. Tho depart ment of tho Interior has decided to deliver tho patents to the allottcci Instead of. allowing tho governors of tho two nations to undertake tho task. Notices have ibeen sent to tho heads of all families whoso member have patents asking them to bo at tlia nearest railroad station on the scheduled dates. 12. C. Tlall. traveling auditor of tlia Pecon Valley lines, haa resigned h'j pnt.lilor, hern nnrt has gone to Las Vogrp, wher0 he has accepted a po sition with tao Santa Fo lino at that point. (From Saturday' Dally.) Don A. Sweet, retiring auditor of the peeoH Valley lines was surprlsej today by the offielala and eninloves onnectcd with tb'o general offices by llio presentation (,f u heavy gold watch chain with a diamond htudded loeketas a token of the esteem and appreciation of his associates. 1). L. Myers, traffic manager, as pokesman, made the presentation In the auditor's office just at tho noon hour. .Mr. Sweet was called from is private office "on business" and found himself surrounded by all tho general office people. Then D. L. Myers, as Fpokcsninn, made the pre sentation speech, expressing the high regard In which his associates held Mr. Sweet mid the extreme regret which they felt at. tho termination of tho active connection. Mr. Sweet responded briefly and Ith much feeling and It was evi dent that th0 ovation took him by ompleto surprise. Ho expressed his heartfelt appreciation ot the gift lie slowed upon him and of the spirit hich prompted the girt. Th0 regret hlch they felt at tho severance of tho active relations was more than reciprocated on Iris part. ,V. I'. Meyer lieconieft Ainlitor. Mr. Sweet's resignation became ef ctivc yesterday and AdoJph K. Mey ', formerly of Topeka takes active barge as auditor. Mr. Meyer comes from a successful work in I bo Santa Ke offices and has already com mended 'himself to his associates by his thorough going work here. Mr. Sweet has been one of the general officers of the road since tho construction I and Is ono ot tho best known railroad men in the Southwest. IIo litis given largely of his time and energy fo tho upbuild ing of flic Pecos Valley lines and will now take a well earned rest. For the present be wtl give himself over entirely to rest and recuperation, lie will conllnue to make- his homo here In Amnrillo where ho has made himself a valued citizen. Associated Press. Washington, J. J., Munch 1 . What practically amounts to an agreement to talk the ship subsidy bill lo death was readied ,y the Democratic senators today. The tin- derstanding was the result of a con ference on the floor of tho Senate between tho leaders t.f the majority and Representative John Sharp Wil liams and Representative Sbrrley, leaders of the majority in tho house, who opposed the passage of the hill by Hie House .voterday. Senator Carmick said shortly after the Sen ate met: "The Senate will not con cur in Hie amendments if I can get one or two men to help me, and I think I have them now." The Chairman of the Democratic senalofhil (aliens, Senator lllack- ibburn, gave notlco to the Republican leaders that Democratla would' not penult the ship subsidy bill lo pass tho Senate before adjournment. Speaking of the matter afterward" ho said If necessary tho Democrats would talk until- the gavel should fall Mondav. Ship mibsldy bill is piKsi-d by the Mouse was laid before thn Senate at 1:.",0 this afternoon. Calllnger moved to concur In the llouso amend nieniH. Ho was met with a motion by Ilurkett to substitute the llurkett resolution for an Inquiry n to ibo practice of railroad companies under the r.iilrund rate law. After the defeat of the various dilatory motions,, a general agree-j meat was reached that the mibsldy! bill should be taken up for con sideration at ,. o'clock today. Prices to suit everyone from 15c double roll up. Sec our stock before you buy. ' Yours to pleas Golding Drug Co. AMARILLO, TEXAS J LUMBER COAL PAINT Place Your Orders for Listen and remember the next time you suf fer from pain caused by damp weather when your head nearly bursts from neuralgia try Dullard's Snow Liniment. It will euro you. A prominent business man of Hemp stead, Texas, writes: "I have used your liniment. Trevious to using It I waa a great sufferer from rheuma tism and neuralgia. I am pleased to say that now I am free from thoso co in j) lain. -i. I am sure I owe this to your liniment." Sold by L. O. Thomp son & Bro. 6 lm SHALL CLEAN IIP Special Officers Give Notice That Disorderly Characters Shall Leave the City (From Saturday's Daily.) Taking effect Monday, th edict Issued this -week by Special Officers Thomas and Murchison, will ttcatter to parts unknown the flourishing col ony that has Inhabited tho district north of tho Itmk Island dump. At least that is tho order. ISehindAhe orakr aro llvciso fortes and lrt op position to It ro forces equally di verse. Conditions Arc Hank, "The order has come about from necessity, " said Special Officer Thorn, as this morning in speaking of the move. "Wo have not Intended to be radical In tho mutter but weeks of Investigation and of efforts to regu luto has convinced us that the move U a necessity. 'Jr-o red 1 i li t din I rid hero lias become so lawless, so absolutely defiant of all attempts at regulation that the radical move Is the onlythlng left to make. ' j There Is a regular (business In steering strangers to tho town to that district where by ono means or another whatever money the men possess is taken (from them. Of course the men will not make com plaint -and (be fad that the Inmates of thos(J houses can take such ad vantage makes them mono lawless than ever. 1 know a man who re cently was plundered of $300 there but rather than have It known that he was there be would make no complaint. That kind of robbery goes on continually and there is a class of pimps in certain districts of the town that do little else than getting men for the purpose. "Ilesldes the blackmailing and robbery that goes on, tho district is constantly the place for drunken rows and free for all fights. Fre quently the officers a ro down there nearly all 'night trying to preserve order or to stop some rough house and In tho mean time tho up town district Is left practically without protection against crime or fire. Last night there was fighting and disor der all night. Last week a fellow was beaten up down tfiere with ,a shlx shooter and lio Is still unable to work. Such trouble as that Is brewing I hero constantly. "Ileginning Mondayl have given warning that I will arrest every woman found In such occupation. They niuat leavo town, mako some le gitimate disposition of themselvcB, or go to Jail. AVong with them I am going to make a strong effort to break up the steering system." Objections to the Special Officers. While the existence of tho evils and dangers enumerated by the spe cial officers are generally admitted, there la a great deal of btrenuous objections to the action of tho Bpo- cial officers, or rangers, at they are better known. Officer Thomas was first detailed hero last fall In con nection with the Dockray . murder case and sinco than "has mado this headquarters f or his woi'k. lv-an Murchison, th0 other ranger Joined him a short tlmo ago. Rangers wore btationed In Amarlllo regularly till several years ago when they were finally removed from' the town on acount of prejudice against them m th0 prt of the citizens. The reason for the order Is not questioned on ethical grounds ibitt It Is seriously doubted on the ground of practicability. One reason alleg ed for tho order being pushed at present Is the fact that th present reservation Is In the path of certain real estate holdings which arc' worth less bo long as the present criminal class lias place In that section. A chango that.would simply change the location of the district, say the' op ponents of ihe movo would bo of ex- I re in el y (te 1 1 h t f 11 1 v a 1 11 o. A Healing (iotpel. The Key. J. c. Warren, pastor of Sharon Uaptist Church, ltclalr, Ca., soys of Klectiie Hitters: "It's u (!od send to mankind. It cured mo of lame hack, stiff Joints and complete physical collapse. I vaH HO weak It took me half an hour to walk a mile. Two bottles of Klectlrc Hitters have made m0 so strong ! have Just walk ed three mlleH In "0 minutes and feel like walking three more. If8 made a man of nie." Greatest remedy for weakness and all stomach, liver and kidney complaints. Sold under guar antee at L. o. Thompson & Uro's., drug store, price ri"c. SASM, DOORS, riOULDINUS and milLDINU MATERIAL HOCKADAY PAINTS OILS and COAL TAR FENCE P05TS, Etc WITH THE Amarillo Lumber and Coal Company Telephone Orders Promptly Filled TELEPHONE 656 Yards, 2nd. and Ftlmor Plow Engines and Automobiles of Call for Stockholders' .Meeting the Pecos At .Northern Te Itailway Company. To the stockholders of the Pecos & Northern Texas Hallway Compa ny: You are hereby advised that the Hoard of Directors have called a meeting of the stockholders, to bo held In thn City of Amarillo, County of Potter, suite of Texas, at Hi" principal office of the Cnmn.vtiy. on the ltlth day of March, 1!M)7, to consider and act on a proposition to authorize the execution by the Com pany of r. mortgage on all of Its railroad properties now owned and hereafter acquired, to secure bonds In the sum of $ r,,nno,nnn, such bonds to bear- Interest it t tho rate of six per cent per annum and t ) bo payable thirty years from alatc thereof, so much of siid bonds as may bo requl.ed there'jr to be used In retiring tho bonds o;' tho Com pany now outstanding, t'e balance of said bonds to bo usea for co;. Rl;nctIon and extensions and such other purposes as may bo deter mined by tho Hoard of Directors, and that this notice Is given to you by order of the Hoard of Directors. DON A. SWHET. 1 Secretary. e,r,-s k$S't - 4? . . . .. . IM itS--,i,.x-pv,-x :J..,..; '?.'(.;:(' ir,- ' . r;-W--;;' .v-..:' . ' V vi-i vv i..-t''.---j,',.-.'i i "Q t . '. -1 " .. ' V .i .... j V .,. . .I ? ' ' , .. '' V - 'u " v. .. -..; . i i . - : i' Our Kngincs use Casoliuc, Kerosene or Alcohol and save S'i percent overstrain. Call and examine the strong and durable construction of both Traction and Stationary Knginrs, also the celebrated line of Max. well i; Lambert Automobiles. Write for catalogue Amarillo Machine S Automobile Co. GENERAL AGENTS i i : i AMARILLO. TEXAS M tkxas i.M)i:pk.m)i:.( k day. IlitiiliH and Postofflce Arc (.Vlebrat lug State Holiday. ("From Saturday's Daily.) Tho closing of tho banks and post. office today has called the attention of many people, to a chapter In Texas history with which they wero only vaguely familiar. The new comers to tho state arc used to the saying that Texas Is an empire In herself but havo half forgotten that Texas has been a part ot several empires and has been a real republic all of her self. ''.'' Seventy-on0 years ago today In Washington, a little settlement on the Brazos, a band of Tcxans signed t the declaration that finally and for ever severed the connection of Texas with tho republic of .Mexico. The Texas revolution has already been in progress for' several months and even whllo the document was being signed, Bonhani, Crockett, Travis, Bowio and tho handful of patriots with them were making the desper ate stand In tho Alamo at San An tonio which ended in Taeir slaughter . . - - a few days later, hy tho hosts of Santa Anna, the Mexican leader. ik -marking-Itiis event-dr the.xor If you have anything to sell or if you want to buy City or Country Property at close prices and j;ood terms' with courte-; ou.s treatment, first see T5ho TEXAvS REALTY AND- IMMIGRATION COMPANY V. W. Zimmerman J. jj. Allensworth SENTFRFF r.ooUctcntltlo.l "Drnngli vLIV' r0": oil's Kve Opener." It will convince, you that lriuiglum'3 Colleges v their SUPKIlKMl and COl'Y K.'GH'IKlJ methods, teach you more Bookkeeping in TII11KK months than others can in. SIX, and that Draughon's t o 11 egos teach only tho mi J5KST systems of SHORTHAND. S PRACTICAL J?W business wmmf. 10,000.(10 capital; 28 Colitis in Ui States: 17 vciiTfitir IFflPy baw, r.ookkeenin?. Shorthnml. " ! Pen m an sh i p, I )r.i w i n g. D V U 1 1 1 Arithmetic, Bus. English, Ktc.lJMit f u u n u PflSITIPnl S(,curcd or money refuild rUOI"k") el. Written contract giv en, j-or Oatalojr ami "Eye Opener," call, 'phone, or w rite Jno. P. Praughon, Presblent, either ploeo bolow mentioned. satisfaction guaranteed. Write lot 1'iii-es un Jlu.MTi MIPI, Dalla., Fl. Worth, San Antonio, Tyler, Austin, Waco, Galveston tl Pjio Denison, St. Louis, Nashville, Memphis, Kansas Ciiyf KnoxvHIe, eVo. ' mantle history of the Lone star state, tho day Is rightfully a holiday ,and is deserving of all hynor that this and succeeding generations of Tcx ans can give. Willie walled and Winnie wheezed, whllo wintry wlnda whined weirdly. Willie wriggled ' whllo Winnie wheezed wretchedly. Wisdom whis pers, winter winds work wheezes. Wherefore we write, "Use Kennedy's Laxative Cough Syrup." Nothing else so good. Sold b L. O. Thompson L Bro. tomorrow afternoon at 5 o'clock. Mrs. Jones of the Baptist church win assist in the Ihe meeting. are urged to special music for T.adies as well as men attend the meeting. .Men's .Meeting, fiev. K. B. Fiuchcr, of the Firat Presbyterian. church will address the nico'imoetiHi3aMli0 -Baptist church Killed jn Explosion. Associated Tress. - Chicago, jfarch 2. While a gang of laborers were working in a newer' at Eighty-first street today, one of them accidentally struck a stick of dynamite with his pick axe and a iprrlfic explosion followed, killing two and seriotialy injuring several others. Work has been commenced on th handsome moiern residence for M. W. Cunningham on the .corner o Eleventh -andi-'Taylor. ' i . . t... , . .." ,. ; ' ;.. , . . j ' , .,,.". 4 -'J J, - 1 y . . n -' ' -. ' 1 - - ' 1 ' ''" ' ' v ,1 awaacf..JWi J.' 1 . J.I V '