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TMK WEEKLY. HIIBALD, MARCH 14, 1907 1 We fctiy Life Insurance Policies 'and pay more I in cash than the companies issuing them. Wc also buy policies or write fortcrni. McKnigfst & Williams Wli:itAL INSURANCE AGENTS I bcr&lacfC DuilJin Amarillo. Texas monies Who want I Torres at Pi icci witliin reach of all will tlo well by calling ou us. See us and buy a home now. Choice Bargains in Ranches and Town Property lade & 2 P. O. Box 603 PROFESSIONAL CARDS Thomas F. Turner W. Boye Turner & Doycs ATTORNUVS-AT-LAW Offlo Ovr Amarillo National Dink. Amarillo Texas John H. Wills, : REAL ESTATE and ABSTRACTS, Potter County Orgmilfed. Amanita Laid Out and John II. Wills' Lnd OfJico Ks Miidiedln 1887. VEALE & CRUDGINGTON Lawyers Amarillo, Texas DR. J. J. IIAiN'iNA, Disease of Eye, Ear, Note and Throat, Glasses Fitted.' Room 7 and 8. I'.berstndt Building N. J. WADE, Attorney-at-Lt-, Reynold Bldtf. F. Worth, T. Practice In Slate and Federal Courts. Business of non-residents Riven per onal attention. S, W. I'hon; 1S0. Dr. HQraceM. Walker Osteopathic Fhyilclia Graduate of American School of Osteopathy, Kirksvillc, Mo. OlYlct In Carson Bldi. Phont 33 James F. McFadden Of the Indiana Land and In vestment Company of Mount Vernon, Intl., has opened a .branch office at Groom Texas Spring Seeds Durum Wheat, Beardless Barley, Texas -lied rust proof Oats, all clear of Johnson Grass seed. For ' sale by E. C. Reynolds Tour milca south u. - Amarillo. PhOne 53-4 Hurt Still Mbwl A8octata Psoas. Sta Fmateco. Marcit 6. Vp to noon toduy Abraham Ruef had not been found by Sheriff O'Neal. Judg0 Dunne permitted Attorney Henry to gubpoeua witnesses In on. effort to ascertain his whereabouta. St. IjOh! Spelter. Associated Press. St. Inils, March (1. Spelter nicady (6.75. ' y duoo Call Bassett Amarillo, Texas JOHN'S WEALTH. Three hundred uiilllona all he's worth? How poor John X). munt feel! Jubt milllonH nothing elre on earth, He mli" much that's real, Thre hundred million ducatu piled In ono larpo yellow tt,i-k And a distention gadly riled, With stomach out of wharh. Three hundred million "yellow hoys" To do wilh uh may please, And et he- doesn't know the Joya Of hiitleruiilli a tid chcenc. lie's get tho (hilars In h'.ti eluti-h, Dut Utile rdivI they do; He canr.iit eat a Jolly "Duirh l-uncV Jcrt is Uo ni0 and you. Just tv.er.ty million plnnlu ;i yoir", Hut they (ivn no dellgh'. He'd r.lve 'oni u'l 10 fed the cheer Of a ttp'.H'tiie.' A hundred thoiu-nnd plunkj a d:y .Now doesn't that sound jtran.l? Hut John would slve 'em all away To cat good "corn beef and." John has, a pulncn jlch mid srand AnildHt tho New'York hills; I've ot an hunihle cottage, mid I loll to meet niy blllH, Hut my dl,';enllon'8 r.omethinp; fine, And my Hppeiit0 o. k., And I'd not trade Hicho Joya of mlnw l-'or nil John D.'s today. , . , Tho weekly preHs Is tho backbone of tho country. .It 'Is through the country newspaper, that public fieu tlment la created. For years the Brent dally papera of tho country havo been gradually getting Into the handa of largo nyndtcales, and cor poration and tho editors .havn been but little known to the rendera of the papers, and as they have become Rreat. commercial Innlltutlon, In whlcfi everything;, even the editorial columiiB bend to tho eash drawer, they havo conio to be looked upon aluiply as purveyors of the newa, and but little heed baa been Riven to their editorial policy. In the Commoner of the current hweek, VP. J.'Hrynn'K paper, he pays a hlRh tiihute to th0 weekly prr.;a of the country, and recommends ffte establishment of stato weekly papers. Tho nrtlclo in ko pertinent that lt.'Js reproduced herewith: ; " Democrats often complain of lack of repreeentation nmons the dallies of the largo cities, and they fre quently make nn effort to ralRe mon. ey by aubwcrlption to RHsiHt In start ing a d?(lly. It in Ijepomlns more aad more evident, thst much better ro sulta can be obtalnod from the starl ing of stato weeklies. A dally in a large city Is a buat nes venture until It succeed, and It becomes' a great business enter prlno If It .doe? suceeetL It requires a large iilnnt "d neceiwltaten a lare dally pny roll. As a rule, a dally paper does not succeed until annio ono person has secured enough stock to make it worth his while to de vote wit entire energy to the paper, nnd a man who makes a business suc cess ofi large; newspaper must five his wholo time and attention to It. As soon as a dally Is on a paying basis It tonds to become less and less valuo a a party organ and as a ve hicle lyr ,the spread of party doc trines. As a rule, It Is edited in the counting-room rather than In tne editorial department, and in most cases Ue owner of'tTto paper Is not the editor, A man who lias the bus iness ability to build up a grest news paper plant BoncTsJly fcus not tho training necessary for lUo writing of editorials, We find, therefore, that our great dallleo are becoming moro and more liupsrsoinl; they tun no lsdrvraualUx bofciat LIT, subject tp loans, for People f no luiim'.ctu-R ! which speaks through the T)i6(vl;tnrl.i writers cor.io a n d re and wh 1J tlifj' stay tl.elr edltorUla are flstpd to meet tho wife's of the nun vr group of men In control. Some ol tho large dallies OWUOil ty corporate In terests 'hat need ii'-wspapT 'defend ers Rnfiyraany of the da'tllo are so oriticJd w.tli vpiol'lng rnterprlus i us to ha worse thnti iis'lec-r, ni ex ponents of public nji ;i Io:i. It Ih not ! u t: ti.n: al for all o( tho newspapers i .... . .. . ..... e. a eity i" rru:y annul ronie iran hio holding company when it seclm pOrS'lOIIH fHIIIUHiliO IllilJ lie llCiemcil ;u an election by ono, who has no newnpnper support. So much for the dally. Tleraus" of the waning Influence of its edi torial pue U la likely to become more and more n niero newrpaper, appealing fnr patrona jfc, in the ''num bers of'all parties ;itiPlrf lying upon advertising fur I'm j w;fii If the Democrats ol a Mate nevl nn organ, "ct them crhibUt-h a week ly nt the capital of the Ftaio or at some other distributing center. If therp Is already established n news paper which Is ably ( ffltel nnd which ilevoieM Its .nMentlon f'j latp and na tional poIllliT, It may be cusler to convert this paicv m'o a statu or nan than to estalilij'v a new one. Let tho paper bo known rs the state organ of the party nlid let tho stato committee iiro It for the spread of such information as needs to bo pre sented to tho voters. , 1 Money put Into a weekly will enable he party lead ers to reach a great many more vot ers than could bo icached by the same amount Invested In a dally, and the weekly is roau more care fully than tho dally. Tho editor of a weekly Is known; his character stands buck of his writ, lugs nnd s a pledge, for tho truth of what hp says. The weekly Is like ly to gi'OiV In political Influence for 1 it i the only paper tht can be owned i'nd ci"'e.1 by the s;y.io man,. The (dil'if H close to tlu:!peopl( and nut ( illy knows t ; i r neciVsilley, but can not afford to betray Ifls readers Into the nanus of predatory. wealth. Ills r.dvert'sers. too, arc ant of the kind that iiK'T.ipt to conlrol 11k;' pollcj of Hi:) paper. We ought to havpi n Democratic, v.ec'vly of sla'e t irci'ila Jon In every Mine. The stal0 weokly will not only not Intei fero with lae local woelclles but It oii'.-lit to wO;k In lririnony '.villi theiii. Newspi'per literature I1'. the eheape.it that tlhl'i-e is, and as nearly every voter takes several pa pers there is no reason why he sboull not tako a weekly giving t tin news of the community and discussing local Issues, and in addition subscribe for a state weekly which will (b lend his Interests In all nutters of state Im portance. Tho Comnioner cannot cover the ground of the slate weekly berause It is a national rather than a ututc paper nnd PH columns ar? devoted to the discussion of ques tions of national importance. It, will co-operate with the' State weeklies and tho local weeklies, for each haa a sphere of Its own and all can work together for t?te prornuTgatlon of Democratic principles,! fbr tho ad vancement of Democratic, policies and for the presorvatlonr of a government "Of the people, by- tljo peoplo and for the people." The Democrats of. each stnlp are urged to consider tho question of es. lablishiug n weekly Democratic pi per, nnd the sonncnTic, work Is com ruenccd tho better; V.'e ought to have thopo' minors now to lay the groundwork for the coming ram palgn. vr Tho editor of the Daily Panhandle and tho entiro force, ' extend thel heartfelt sympathy to the proprietor of the paper, Mr. !l 11. Hoesen, of I'alrfleld, Iowa, upon the doai.h of his mother, notice of which appears La another column of this paper. Contract 'bus been lei, so the Tex Ico Domocrat says.- fori the building of a railroad connecting thnt cK with Drownwood, p.'.vl vork Is to be gin at once on the connection. It. is an extension of thy Piir.ti To sy3' tern. "' '! an nounced for the - Storkmen'a asso ciation at Itoswell,' N. 'NL, April IS, and tho stnr of the meeting will bo II. W. Campbell, ' of Lincoln,' Neb., fatlior of the dry1 farnitng Idea. Peoples Congregntlonitf Church. Regular sorvlces toniorrow; Sun day school t 9:48 . preaching at a. ra. and 7.43 p. m1.' A cordial woleoafo to, all. "Q. ' Iloieombo, pastor. :' J ' ' Tho Dally Vatihandlri Is' steadily lacroaslnr its circulation, W.'u In tho city and outside towns, - It' should be a daily visitor to evfcry home In Aiuurlllo. mav (T.katk noAr.i) or !'.r.AI.T:i ' .'. ' 1 " ; " AilvlMiry Hotly to U'oik With Coun cil uikI Mayor. (From Saturday' Daily ) For the moro thorough handling rf the military cuiidltlon the town, Mayor J.Lliei has ultd": eon si. U ration t!io creation of a dry board of l:ea!ili to work w'th the city phnlilau and the council. Sumo such move Inn been migentcl hy a nuiiDer of clii.eiiH and lias hceii aU. ed by meie.iiei's of the ((iiincll anil the proiiohCion will nrohaMy (ome up ut the next meeting of thu board of uldurineu. Members of tho board of health would bo three or five In number, would be appointed by lli mayor with tho confirmation of the coun cil and would i-erve without com pensation. ,jn Diallers connected with r.ie sanliary condition o the city would I'liiiu: cille ry 11:1 d"r their not.Vo and measures having to do with sanitary regulation would be Investigated and recommended to the council by the board. The ctin dition and euro of st: cc's and alleys, the maintenance and care of a sewer connections, f!-," eollrnioa an.l dls po.il of rubbish would be overseen by itv board. The enforcement of many of the ordinances looking townrd a clean ami well kept illy depend upon tho creation of sentiment in favor of and habit of compliance with the or dinance than upon actual enforce ment by officers nnd 11 Is the desire of tho cir.." depart men to give r.s much publicity ns possible, to all moves which demand tho co-operation of all the citizens. Detroit Team t: GoociJn. Special to Dally rnnhanaio. Detroit, Ml"h., March 9. The l)e trolli, Ihe last of the American league teams to go f-'outli, leave for their training quarters at Augusta, f 3 a . . today. Hugh Jleiuiings, form erly a star player ylth the llalll r.iores a'ld TJi-ooklyiH, will manage the loam tills sfapri. Wild Dill ponavi'ii, KIHIan. nii'.ahue, Knhanks, S'dvcr and M11IH11 eolnprlso tl leg fluff. ' Sell 111 be? and ' l'a, the pltch- ayne will again officiate behind the plate, flossmnu, formorly wllh tho Cleve lands, will play first, Dutch Sharer wlU'continiie at second, Dill Cough lln 11I third and O'l.enry at short. Matty Mcrnrryre, Davy Jones and Sam Crawford will ecciipy the outer garden. Melnljro Is considered ono of the bTsi outfleidii lu the business and several eastern club owners have offered $7,300 for his release. Doston Ntitionals Leave SiMiday. Special to Dally ranhandle. Doston, March 9. The Doston Na tional league team, now under the ownership of Georgo Dovey, will train this season at West Radon Springs and Thomr.svillo Ga tho start being scheduled for tomorrow. The team will line up about the same ns last year, when it won the booby prize, and Mho Doston fans havo little hope of anything belter then (.lghlh plae at th finish. Fred Tenney will manitgo.- tlie aggregation ami play -first base The pitchln squad is t ho best part of the team. Including Cy Young and Flaherty, the famous southpaws; prcL'eri Lind man and several otners of less re pute. Tilt" catching department is very weak, Including only Brown and Necdham, cs- the star O'Neill baa been released. Hltcbey will play Focond, Drain third and Drldwoll nt short, Dolan, Cosey nnd Dates will ngaln play Cio outfield position.-). While the squad Is brilliant in spots, It Is weak la the aggregate and Is not likely to cut much of a figure in tho struggle for the flag. Dovey, the new owner, who secured the club from Conant an I Soden. has for sev eral months been ennagcd In stren uous efforts to build up the team, but the result at the opening of tho training season is rot plea3lng to the fans. Tho weakness of bolh the Nationals and Americans makes It likely that baseball will ba Riven but poor support In the Hub during the coming S":uo:i. Athletics Trickle Toothers. Special to I'aHy panhandle. Fort Worth. .March " 0. Connie Macks' I'hilndelphla AlTiletles win open their exhibition season with a series of two gatp.es with tile Fort Worth Panthers of the Texas league this afternoon and tomorrow. Ex hibition games will also be played hero on March J 6 and 17 and March 23 and 21. Tho Athletics will also play two games between the two sections of tho team on March lii and 19, lor tl:o benefit of the visitors to the TexaJ Cattle Raisers' con vention. , . Panhandle want adlets j;et quick returns. Try one, Iteiin'-lt-Hairlsen. At S:C.i yes-teiday evening, Judgij Sam Ali'rr.il was called upon to ex erclio thi Kdemu duties of hi unf ile,) in tho ciiso of Mr. Webster Hen ncit mJ Miss f.adle Harrison. Th-J youtig peoplo had the nirrnry doc ument froiti the county clerk thai entitled thni to live lvioplly ever J fterward and, I'l :Im jnveenco of a I u1 frl.M;.lii, Jirke M -n 1 1 1 u.i'loi'io ! ed tTio ci'ieniony, at residence on Vyh-r ht.'iel, that icado them man ' and II I". I Websier Dennett Is h'.id waiter In tile Kill Cafe heit. and t.nne from Webb City., Mo. several month ku to Join the manaver. Tlr. links, In tho bunliiecs of tho cafe, Mii Ka dlo Harrison Is the niece of Mrs. John Kdg,. of thin city and caino hero from her homo In Shawnee, Ol.la., about seven months ago. The oinig couple have both made mafiy friends biro who will wbh them the dealest. iu:ve:s (is Mr. and Mrs. r.onnett. They will live for tho pment with Mr. and Mrs. Hicks at l'llth and Van Itureii. Detroit Doxing Show. Special to Daily Panhandle. Detroit, Midi.. March S. Six round bonis between Kid Dvooks and Willie Spr.it kiiu and Harry Cobb nnd Joe Cherry are the principal features of a fight card arranged for tonlcht at the Light Guard armory. Several minor ma'T.es have also been made for liip even!. The police and city officii'l-; have promised not lo Inter fere with Ibe show upon tho written agreement of the managers not. to of fer any money to H10 contestants. CflLED IN Two Kiliei and Ons Injured In a Railway Collision at Lcrena, Texas Associated Press. Waco, .warch 9. Marly today the northbound freight train on the Mis souri, Kansas & Texas railroad col lided wit.h three freight cars one mile Hoiuii of T.orena station. En gineer Howard Hughes, of Snilihvllle unci Fireman Fred Hayner, of Austin, were kilied and a urakeman, A. (J. Durfeo, ol Siniuiton, Mo., win fatally hurt. Y. M. C. A. Conference. Sperlal to Dai'y Paniian''"ie. Jonesboro, Ark., March ft. A col lege conference conducted by the Rev. Stonewall Anderson of Ilondrlx college, and a railroad and city con ference presided over by S. V. Moore tire the chief fetaures of today's session of the Arkansas Young Men's Christian association's convention. This evening FT. L. Hamilton of St. Louis will deliver an Illustrated lec ture on "Railroad Y. M. C. A. Work" and a squad of Little Rock gym nasts, led by Physical Director W. Stevens, will give a gymnastic ex hibition. ' Tho convention will come to a close wle.i a farewell service In the First Methodist chun'ii tomorrow evening, when Dr. A. J. Rarton of Texarkana will deliver an address on "The Caps(one of Christian Ser vice.' Tho Daily Panhandle is always on sale at McQueen's, the druggist. Doston Atltoniohllp Show, Special to Daily Panhandle. Ronton, March D The fifth an nual motor car nnd power boat show of the Doston Automobile Dealers' association oixmed today and will last through the coming week. Bolh tho Mechanics' building and Horti cultural hall are occupied by the ex hibits, giving a total floor area of 105,000 square foot, and have been handsomely decorated for tho event. The show la by all odds the largest ever held lu tho New England states and the outlook Is for an unprecev dented attendance. The Dally Panhandle Is always on sale at McQueen's, tho druggist Kllng to He Spoiling Mditor. Special to'Daily Panhandle. Kansas City, March 9. Johnny Kllng, of the Chicago Cubs, said to be the highest salaried catcher In the baseball world, today assumed his duties ns sporting editor of a local newspaper for one day only and will have complete control of the sporting matter that goes Into Sunday's paper-'. He wdll give out assignments, edit the copy, direct tho artists and write several feature stories giving the inside of baseball from tho play er'8 EtandJolnL GO ill Oklahoma Municipal Convention. 1'poclal to Dally panhund!.'. Oklahoma City, o'.;U.. March it. A Repuhllcun city c.invcnilou Is be ing held hure today for tho purpose of nominating candidate for mayor and other niunlclpat offices. Tho election w.Tl lie held next uunth. I . HwcilMi-Amci'lcnn Republicans Spo'-ial :,-) Daily panhandle. 11-a ;M,,1, ' , March 0. With hundred.-, im' dcleiuiws from all over lliinul.i and kiii 1 oundlii;; states In a!. tendance, the :i cilhdi-A merican lie publlein 1c..k;i oi" Illinois hen ail its annual convention hero today. Addresses will be delivered by many promlneii! Republicans. .In Obi Officer Dead. Associated Pi'C'S. Annapolis. Mil., March Profes. f.ii' ll'iiry P.i:s To .Id, lle'Kenant commander of lb,., t'ni'.ed States nn vy, retired, the last momber of the1 naval academy cla:;a of 1S."7, died today. In 1SV7 he w.b professor of nia'l'.eni.'iiie.". and later assumed the c lialr of chief the department of phy.dcs and cln mint vy. Symphony Orchestra Concerts Special to Daily panhandle. New York, March tl. The eighth nnd las' inir (,f subscription concerts this season by Walter Dnmroseh and thy New York Symphony orcicit i a will be given tills evening and to. morrow. In the program "Till K i- lensplegcd's Merry Pranks," by Rich ard Strauss and "Lo Midi." Haydn's classic symphony, shares the honors of modern music with the overture to "Mcisterslncer," by Wagner, and Dvorak's "Scherzo Capprlccloso." The season ban been tiie most suc cessful In the orchestra's history, both from financial and artistic stand ooints, and the music, lovers of the mc'.rupjlis view lis passing wllh re let. Hubble Parade for Rowleis. pedal to Dally Panhandle. Denver, March 9. A great auto mobile parade, with many scores of motor ears in line, was held here to. day as one of the entertainment fea tures for .the benefit of the bowlers attending the annual tournament of the Western Rowling congress. The visiting bowlers were given the places of ihonor In tho procession, winch was one of Ine greatest of Its ir.d ever held In tho West. Santa Monica Stakes. Los .Vngeles, fal., March 9. The Santa Monica sweepstHks for two- year oils, the last stake event of the ."er.son at Ascot track, fs the feint lire of today's card. The event carries $11,00(1 added money and the dist ance Is five furlongs. Many of the Horsemen who have had strings here during I ho season .have left and tho desertion will he complete within a few days. .Tfew of the horses were shipped to San Francisco but most of them were sent Fast for the Ren nlngs meeting which opens the last of the month. fioocl Roads' Convention. Special to Dally Panhandle. Georgetown, Texas, March f). President W. II. Moore of the Na tional Good Roads' association, R. K. Smith of tlie Texas association and other authorities on highway im provement are among tho speakers at a session of the Texas Good Roads convention being held here tuday. BBGR DAY, r:vT rniiuy (From Monday's Daily.) Amarillo will celebrate the great est arbor day In her 'history next Friday when under i!io direction Of the Civic league, the first plant ing of trees will bo made In the new cliy park. At the meeting last Sat urday afternoon the date was fixed upon and tho general plans of tho occasion were outlined. The com plete program will be published lu a few da ye. . Pro'.trtse has already been secured from many of 'the leading business men that they will elot.e their places of business Friday afternoon during tho tlnio of the ex'Tcisea and will actively take part In the event. This afternoon a committee of ladles Is visiting all tho down town stores and offices and enlisting the support of ill the bualness men. An effort vill be mad;, to secure the running of Autos and hacks to the ground on that afternoon for a merely nominal sum. Tho schools wnl nil declare a half holiday for t.ie event and will he largely represented In the cera ynonies. Various Jrgantzatlons of the town hnvo promised to be represented and several will attend tho exercises in a body. Trees will be set nut for every citizen who lias contributed to. ward ibe fund n much it s 73 centx, A number of men and women will have provided for feovorsl fees and will havo a considerable showing ;u th park. WANTS THF. DP. MP WELL. M. A. Pal'fiatli Purge Sinking of Shaft for Mxperlincnt. ( From Monday's Dall .) "IV;; the deep well by all menns," r?ld 11. A. Rnfrruht, of Vernon today In speaking to a Dally Panhandle man. "If the water company or some oilier company doesn't care ta put money enourh Into It for mere ly private purposes, let tho citizens nal;e up the money by popular sub rvrlptinn. 1 II give' $25 nnd there nro scores of others who will do the same. J.et tho well go down as deep as you ran get a machlno to drill It. We want to find out everything w can tii'out what Is under tho surface I hidioee there la artesian water if yon r,o"dimp enough and besides that tbc'i'o nil " M be oil or other mlnera' l ii kii's. T want to see a deep well so down nnd I want to help get up a i u.nnient n favor of It. The poo P'o ca.i nHord to pay for It for the 'iitnrinatlon will disrioe." GREEN GOODS MAN OUT AND DOWN' Associated Press. "' " ' w York, March 11. A man who sild he was James McNally mien tbfl "king of' green gods men,' walked IntoMio Center street poiiei court Sunday and with tears In hit eyes asked to ho sent to the work house. Ho said he was without home and without means of support.) He was sent, to the workhouse forMhree months. The man was in a pltiabli condition a3 the result of tho Ions use of drugs and of exposure. Re cently he drifted to a Rowery lodging house but hU physical condition was so bad ho triuWnot even' tarn, a pit tance. McNally, in his prime, was clear eyed and smart. For over fifty years lie engaged in the green goods swin dle and boasted that he saved $600. noo of the money thus gained In ten years. McNally ( pent his money lav ishly but he had only $100,000 lefl when the postal authorities sent hliu to prison in 1S96. His money, It. Is said, ho entrusted to two men but when he got out of prison JJj a men and money were gone. His down ward career began then. Glad to Re Hack. "Yes, I'm back again, back home lit Amarillo," said Alderman Frank Shaughnessey this morning, "and it feels good to bo back although I en joyed every bit of my visit baek at the old home In Wisconsin. We were nt Madlrfon most of the time visiting Mrs. Shaughnessey's father. It wasn't very cold there, they said, and really It only went helpw zero once. 'Rut it was cold enough to make mc appreciate this Panhandio Minslilne even If we do hSvo dust mixed with It some time. "About my running for alderman? Well,- I don't know, Several hav been after nio to offer for election again and If they want mo to I will. My lntereb'ws are in Amarillo and L' intend to give my best efforts to the upbuilding and promotion the town in the offlco of alderman or out. 'of It." ' ' A FALSK RMPORT, Mother of Mr. Ilocsen Not Rend as Wps Reported. The Creston Advertiser, from which the Dally Panhandle quoted In the Saturday issue, a notice of the death of Mrs. Sebastian lioesen, cor rerts in the numbor which reached here today the report of Mrs. Boe sen's death. . The nows seejns to hnvo reached tho Advertiser office on good authority and was given as news. The Daily Panhandle Is ex tremely glad as is tho Creston paper, to make notice of ihb lmstako and to report that Mrs. Roesen, although lately a sufferer from a sevore Ill ness, is now recovering. Condition Continues Favorable. Associated Press. Washington. D. C, March It. The condition of Arohle Roosevelt continues favorable. Jt Is said at tht' White House' nt 9 o'clock this morn ing that be had u goad night and I .' doing splendid. --.n-V ' ww""""'!