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tttrfn jPt" THE WEEKLY HERALD, MARCH 14, 1qo7 TlSf; WCCK1.Y IIIRAl.D 1'Ulillnheil IN'IN'KIr Oil TllUlhll.l.tH at 818 ltl k ?.l !, Amarlllrt, Trx.m P. K. IWi:SKV. ril.li!irr. 8. A. IJUFW.srr.lt. laliior nml Mgr Entered at the Poiitnfllce at Amar JIlo, Texas, oioi.d tkmu null mut ter. Official Orpin of City if Amaiille mul Potter Cotiiiiy ADVEUTISINO HATF.S: Display, 16c per lnrli each Insertion Locali, Bo per lino ci.ch Insertion Clanolflod. 1c per word first Inmtr tlon. ,4c per word ouch subsequent Insertion. sudsckiptiom $i.oo rim yeah. The Herald will cease romtiiR to you when your time expire uiiIcm we nr tiiKhnrlKod to ronilinio It. Should onv Hubsrrlbcr fall to re celVa'The Herald regularly, plenn advlne u nt once by card or tele phone. Any errori reflecting upon the character, ntundlng or reputation of any peron, firm or corporation which way appear In the column of The Herald will be pladly corrected upon Its bring brought lo the at Untlon of the publisher. THURSDAY, MA TIC) I H. 1!07. JIST XATIHF, Don't know why J fool no ly: Thoughts aro alow and rather hazy; Giiesi I'm thluklu' of tha past, (Memories which alwaya last); Wls-a to goodness thnt the aim Would come out, ao I could run Barefoot like I used to do. Shorn of atocklng aud of shoo. Lilt to. wander far from homo, (So I gof? back lu the gloani) Tired, maybe, when I returned. Wot from iwlnimlng and cheek burned, But happy. Though I knew It not, I had health could not ho bought. Often 'enter In my dreams Thoui'hls of fields aud lake aud streams. IluttereupR aro missing now; ("oa'toi ii:g , b(ulrrc'a olonif each bough ; Ar'.uiliiB ; I ok em 'neatu each pine With hiosom fair an! tender vluo. r limb 'moiif-st muplo trees, (.-'.. rnt j cf many boyish spiccal; Hickory nuts and acorns sweet 'CiViS'niy fading vIhIoii fleet.' Why,' though, should I feel regret? Lifo In but a constant debt. Payln-Aor those hours of fun Now Ivork from aim to aim, JJ ii t with pleasure, for I tmn What there la of man In me Comesf from Nature, which all wise Kept under open skies. 4 A. Illnman. WHAT GP Till: FITlKi: MPA? The query arlsoi Id the mind of the editor of the raiv,h,itul'e fie quently of late years,' and yeir by year It becomes more press! nit, nr to where the tindetinen ot the roming generaflon are coming from? Tho editor of, this paper haB been continuously an employer of labor alnce 1S7S. At that time, where he wai , locatod, It was no trouble to ecure good hoys and young men, Who wanted to loarn a trade, nod jfl j, New and SecondslIand Furniicre and'Hardware "i v - -. y. Manufacturers of LeatHer Couciies. Opposite Amartllo Hotel. PHONE 328 Interstate Land and Immigration Company V. H. DOCR'ERt, Manarjor OT AMAKILLO, TEXAS 'Farm Lands and City Property. 106 West Fourth Street.. . who were nnx'ous In go Into itii of fice mid liet:liin!i'j at llio holtoio, n:i errand boy (or l he rin n I i n room, or '-devil" tir the pilater, learn, nnd pri'i re, year v year, unlll they became in li fer of die trade or ii : lim'H. Ye.i," by )r.(r 11 ii:m prown liaidcr to M'I'iirii iiih jinl on ii ;; iniMl for lliepo pnllloii, ihiMic.lv lbi ntire for f li n imnie worli are double lod.iv hat 4bev w ere ;il Oial I mm. In I liln rily l uei lo Iihiioi-mIHii 10 iiilcri'iil i (joi'd bov or iij mill In (lie lv in i of'the vni'1'i'H Hailo. IhoiiKh I be ' iMinin'ifttii ; w 01 1, men lit till line ill fvoni firS'iiinl IIS lo J4 per vfi'li. for teciilir InurK (r Korvti,'. wliU'Il ice h'mii b'fliot lor l)iH Iho clerk, niid men Hia-.i'.-eil tn ftrrN 11 Ii mat lo nnM'r lHe to fun) Rnoil boy, for office wloU nn' randl. which i'e beginning U all iiu 'iflKrev'e, t o I bom.' 'bill i ;;lel' office or!iV thoiiii'Voiiiiietohi men iV H;r TuinVe c.ocl iff 1 1 he ill. ' foroffiio Work are hind lo find, lilnl'j imi!m hore luti'ii1';nf lb" t command r.ooil halai'lois'. ' anl 'he eor; oration ni n 'it ' I ' The Vaiihind'o h:i had n a til ad. ' '' " Blandlng for rt n office boy. for lonio : r N i-i-cet force Vh' been ftoritt; time, and wtilh' ft 'get rel urea f.r !nfnbir'Worl. r;i aitiif': Ibo idrcris II other ndverlWenienlH. no "yood'' j i wviii a) -:n tw (.f llituvlty, l.et the boy appliea. There afe plenty nf J.-'K'd Mi oi k o on. ll'T f trlverW art! boya lo be found for dime nhiti''ni!'! pVnv'F ' :i aU t li sl'lct ' ' ero.iin';s. Joha, and tlei k behind n aod.i fonli j rrild l't low jd area Rallied o Iho lain, and lit fit ponlllon whore ihey Vdiiir d-e not hi i n 1 " tl n cut;; ralry loam nothing which " ill linuiie ibeii1:jl,1'",,, l" ''ocls or";tullerd. toil good position In the future at R0iM'!raln ofl Such a 'rimrM' will do Halarlea. but nono for learnlni: n trade or the bualner of the count ing room. ' U'Iioro fault Is HiIh? U It Ihaf of parent!. ho: do not look inlri the future for tlo'lr oiih and are willing IhAt they dhnll take I'le pbi sitlontt whloh will Meld the grealent. tcnipoiary' retiirnn, without re'parif to the fnturd'? W'o do not know where the' cnlfe la located, but we do know the fact oxtnt, and woih dcr where1 tin' rperlepced meit aro' lo coino fl'oui when Mm prenent g.'flJ ei.-itlon paco away; to fill the yrlJ alllons of coiniMent tradejmeu 'and office men. I " ' ' ' ' ' Adopt government owm-rabln of ra II ion da 'Arid' do'away with the raff1 road bo? "of Mi'o Ilarrlnian Ftrlpe. Oiiverninent 1 ownerhlilj) la tho polu tlon of tbu vexatitius railroad ju ca tion. Tilt: fivrtixa n,ixriox. At thli time tho Dally Panhandle wanls to throw out a word of warn ing lo the voterK' of Amailllo, Intbo selection of lhf ' twt n:eu who )i' to take,4tb pl icea of-retiring aldpr men of'tho city. No man ahould bo elecl'd trj a seat on tho board of counellnien who l dependent fur hla livelihood upon any public, ser vice corporation. Thre aro many good men In the employ gucU public Kervico corpo ratlona, whp ( jroiild niako exrellent aldermen, bul (lining their term of ervlce, auctions are likely to at which ji;oi ill" M asked to h H:e yiir' 1 asked to i, ,vjicii'ftii'iiiy Is striving end and the corporal Ion U(ion one other ad where their Inleiesls Sie directly! aVposert lo each other, ft r the end to be reached are ant;i-nli-tlc. N'o man can mrve Iwo lmtct crs. A (jl'rmdu' &rawa no (-alajy, while Cfi;Wt."''r u rorporiitjin doe, and it h hy.mau nature for ltu man :M!jl J)4 jion to see matlftra through which nie intcretteillu hi daily salary. j Cltlen ave asked to vacate stiells, to give 'frahchli Oa. ud to d'n iii.y other rcl5 for ..uhllc corporate Js, and the 'men' who fllupon ibo eourfcll and paca ujinn surh matters, should 7f. --JACK&-W ForSale'l. Pon'T btiV 'A J stsfc jack nf Ttwc-fw tain age, but buy where a rtspoiw jable guarantee rocs with hin(,. Write or citaiCigne or come insjwot TEFSNESSEE JACK FIRM, I TEXAS, if- TERRELL, t: 1 '' s.v i 'V Ri -A ICE;&":CO, 3, 30? POLK ST 3 , y : Business Intrusted to us will receive our careful attention 1 lie Inteiented clll.rlM Willi t lift 111 J'!' in llie well ire .itnl utuio Ote'-nvf and unl In Die futiir of Ihoir po.i HmiH with (lie eorinii .uliiliHr'lif liffli limy are einploveil. ''1 , ' W'O have I. veil fn rtllilav Amh'-Oc a railroad lnu and brfJo 'iin'wl-.l lh Irvltitf iiokll ioiiii 'lOupInf e''ir lllim f or 'por.il lolM Here il.i'i'il ICVV being itiniber of a cll'f 1 rouiiril: The lilly l,iiiiliainlii,' ailvlco on (.eneral prlni Iplea, wblwll t 'llio H Mill of r.ir of nbsri-vMlim1 of lite " oikniK" of iniill pnli!i "fiorllo. in, i ti'( I ' no man In llie. i l v ' rnnlii ll who I a n iiii!iih of a liir'I'lle Per'vire I'ori'or.tlion I'lii" ix iK'en ll'dnr IIM'HIli I I Milk llfl Wllll'1 ) 1tr-4 '941 I iiiiiv cent l,'iiii'. win. OfflipV pol.l iIoik wl'ili 'publie ki'vvIio ,oiiiiia. 'l(Ml' In fill llie cflliCf add' mrtrh lo rel.i've Iho rriWildy ntn.itliMi o prei'uletil In llie My ' d'M nit: I lie I rainy n lis. Then iHf )"ooil hido- u.ilkii ainl rroiiHiiig nfuircling there ! hi i)) not b" ro much ii'.'e.irljlo, mud and dlnsli. ... -Mi l'oiliu'r I'l-rt-ident rerkliid. ( f U:e .V-Mv Voi U Life, ban ru.olei cM II ot ion lo Iho compiuiy. for J 1 );'((', ahUn tere,.t to date, amoiint.ng lo .ti.,. 0 10. 1 !. contributed of ' i h policy liiillcru' money to 'the Itepn'ot'cin eampnlgn fund In 19(. ' Wh:tf the mutter with returtitifi; the ' money w hich lnipod to defeat ' TtrVan ' hi ISiHl? It waa Iho1 fnndij of tho."o R(ifd dlamlard corpera'tloria which de feated Uryan that Mir.' "MEET ME IN . " AMARILLO IfJ 1908'! (From TucKda'v'fl fiiitlv.l I 7 II I John K. 8hlrem:pfi secretary -of tho Commetcinl clut. .timt wMHi tho firemen last night afcia Special meet ing and ancuerd tntj"'boy(! that the Commercial club fc'onld hb'hehlnd the flro companies with every effort, both toward Hocuiin tho 1 90S, con vention ot firemen ..nnd toward th& entertaining of tho itbiegatos .after they camo to Amarlllo. ".Meet me In Amarillo in lOOS" will ho tho watchword of the, flro I, .. j M , , , boya horo from nov o;i, and .every company In tho Hafp, will be, famil iar with that watchword before tho nieetiiiir of this .veiiii'a -uyeition which meets In MoVClnnpy in April, Picture of the now, budding and of the companies with; (Ue.wgi Js ".Moot mo In Atniirlllo. lH;,lS'," ..printed ncroas the top will y, went to, many of the ( ompanlca .nm .ba.Jges in th Amarillo colors Ui. the namo word-t of Invitation wllljo, .made at oueo and will be Kent vijroiiii p,irt of tho Plato for the delegates to wear at tho convention,, J.ajd tyr with almoKt no prcparaon '.he Aina.iillo depart mem cnnie near got'ting the convention and this1 year.' With the campaign the boyeir 'liln?urating, Amarillo will bo the lavorite "nt the gathering. !nn TU volunteer ffrome;)'? cbitven-' t!oh is one of fVe litvtcH annual gsM brings of the Jfat'1 ;uu) -the en tM'lalnmeiit If a y.'k' tirohoVitinn. Six or''even hiiudrci1' dclogate? ' aro in attotoSiince at thW'leocvetl'iiin frfm all' parts of the :U'.vr and the en tertainment nuiht be undertaken on an extensive poale,- - The companies here, however, ha6'alrad,v mado pro UTJilnary plana vihlch ' a'IH , givn tho dolegatca a notably .good timo at their visit on thoTrialmv - Continue to rmprovr " r ; Apuncliited I'rtM.vr cm ., w ' Washington. . Dj-.C., March 12.- The general Imprcvrninni In the" condition of Archie-UowvfJt. roc- tlnucs today with Itwrrnseo hope for his recovery. fed i it ;i ... Extra Fani:f Winter Laying, iplCfjpb" RHODE ISLAND'REDS 15 EGfite $2.0(5 " ' :30EGd3'-!e3'.r':"v' No Stock For Sate.- H. V. Robertson TiioiiQ 455 - .Amarillo., To.as ; ,. it .'i ..... .a i ..'i .... ZBO'KtUD ;-.-.iw EXPLOSION Tcrpeh On French Battleship ; Una. Explores Magazine Wili Terrible Execution ;.'o lalod J'rei.M. 'l'..i. I . ... I... ....... i, i. 'r!... i i mi i ' ii . r , .i in it. .11 .1 rr II lilt' l'ii A i! r in i i u n on Ii i.ii d I in t'li'Mili ii.il I IcsIhji l.rn.i liioiv mi lo lav wlulo i,ti vi i.nd w in III Mi: oi'.y doi l(. oiviun lo Hid n x j 1 1 n : 1 1 i a rouipi ered air Ini'pedo. Thoi e. "i" a iciil ('."Ii iifllrerh and km it (Mi board the l.mij at Iho I nn' of Iho 1 i . . , i .-' i r , lull myiv , f tlirni jiililiied Into Hie ii i'cr. A id lim it it limo Im l!evo ih it llie victims number oor "Oil. ' ' l'uitlier evplrwiona occuri'i'd upon Hie Lena at oveiy moment and du-bii.- flew over (lie dock yard for a tlinl.nnn of f.ni'i yarJ.N. A hhell weigh ing twenty pounds wan hurled a 1 1 u .i 1 1 o l of a Hum lii'l'ore t.tvi!ii:; 'lie ground l ( ":l ':"",:: '"' . tut,. ,.r l1.r I. ,w..-l- l i..m I I II ' I 'll 1 I ' Ml. II I'lIM I ,1 II ' explosion oc( in ii'd. The coin iisslon ( him . I by ilm epJoi.toii of a com 1 ll'ncd air torpedo ni'l fire to Iho after powder magazine, biouiug ibi' whole afler part of llie vessel up. Ofl'lelols declare that the magazine of the Lena was completely filled with eNplunivcs and that tho recur rent dotonatlona indicate that tliey are all ou fire. Tlio number of Injured la now known to be about .100 iii'luding many officers. ' It Is believed to be certain that over fifty were killed. Of the injured 100 ..ire seriously hurt. Hear Admiral Mancoron Is anions the wounded and included in the killed Is H nali; ii ltousse.r ; ' - - Jlejiyici'i IN' ji'i Aitvuilnhle. , PfiiisJ jtaVc ji-1 ,?-f On jy Oleagor de tails of the explosion on the Lena have reached hero. It Is staled liow e,yei:, at.thq mlni,ijy of marine that the warship lias been flooded. Ad vices also say that many vessels near the Lena have been damaged. TAKES CHARGE i (From Tuesday'! Daily.) The library association held a very enthusliistle meeting yesterday after noon In tho newly acquired rooms of the old nmyoc'H office which tho city counei last week voiod to rIvp lo the library.' plans were completed yesterday fdr the renovation' of tlio Interior of the hulldlnK. for the dec orating and furnlshlns for the open hiR nfthe library to the patrons. , .liev. L. Kiikes, the presldeut, volunteered to look nfter having iho necessary carpenter work douo and appointed the following comuiiUecs to take charge of other details, h'o make I1;q interior decorations. Mrs. .Vendor and Miss Marine Trlx: so. licit iiiR ionuiiittee Mrs. II. A. Xobles arid Mra.-J. J. Kendrkk; comiitee from all city clubs lor the p.urpOHo of .forming; a city federation for the care of tho library,-from the) Wom an's club. Mrs. II. A. Nobles and Mr W. II. Moaihir; from the Tie rlai) club, M,rs.. V. W. Whitehead anil Mrs. J. I. Kendrick; from the riiil harmonic club. MIks Iva Nobles; from tho J. U. O. Mis Florledo Ware nnd Miss Pearl Iiethuno; from the Wed nesday club Miss Mnyme TrlR; from fae W. C. T. I'., Mrs. J. M. itussell; from the Civic league, Mrs'. ,,1. L. Smith, Mrs. Will A. Miller. Jr. These committors will act with, Kev. Klrkrs as tho .book commijttee- ot the library. ' , v. , The Horary will open with ahoJ, SOU volumes and will , add. Others Immediately. Tho growth will be as rapid a1 the. patronsKf pan be made to Justify but the start now Is of an enterprise wh.lrli -Aintrltfo w!U ber nmoiiR hr. .ulost x'ned Jlijutltu? j'"'Am'ar'l!o hn's'h pcet of unusual merit. A secoind eontribut'.on from his jien n"Ppara in this Issue, on the I edltDsiul pagp. nnd contains , some ! fine rciitiment. Mr. Ilinman Is d"S j fined to ratik anion? tVe poets nf Mm I present 'day. if he r,H"es thoutrht, time and rttcvttlon to plnciritr his Thoughts J In-print. -Tfie Par.hnndlo appreciates hJs contributions, and Is r.lad to re t eclve thFi'ii,' , FAVORABLY EPBRTED q Irb Mere Step Toward Pas- sags cf Santa Fe Track Hsmeva! Bill Special to pally Pannatidlo. Austin, March I '.' Veale'H bill in m Idiiii; fur the removal of llie iincliS nf the Santa l-'e from Pan liiilidle In Washburn was repotted fa voiiibli, ibis murnin? Iiy tho hou.-m commliiee on common carrloi s A roncurrent reolul ion lu (be lioue for sine die adjini i ninoiit Maxell :'u, was post polled lor con sideration ' until tomorrow. The Bpoaki'r ini;ed Hint, the (l ite be April II, hv which time platform de mands wDild be enacted and Hie apprnprlat .on bill pasnei. t FOIt SAI.K ltulfalo-I'llls 'VI h. p. fetinu flue en:;ine. toiilable for plowln;; New water wann. cook sbnek and separator. A bait;ain for H.V.'iil. II. or T. Uiles. Ainawllo, '!'). :i x. box ;!TI. f -Imp Iteal l-Ntale Transfer. List of transfers tiled in Ibe offi-e of Hie county clerk nil Marcli I 1, fur nished by Ibe Panhandle Abstract company. l'li ' r.nda and wife to Sl;).veli. lot . lilod; 17'J, Mabel I,, ricinons. S.'iUO II. K Coblo lo W. M. W.inen, 7. Mock 4 01. Mirror, RTiHl. It. K Coble to W.'M. Warren, S. 'block 1 Hi. Plemons, S'J. , It. U. Coblo to W. M. Warren, 10, block 401, Mirror, $ T D . lot lot lot ft. I-:. Coblo to W. M. Warren lot S. block 101. Mirror. $(oo. It. K. Coble to W. M. Warren, lot 6. block 401 Mirror, $700. H. K. Coble to W. M. Warren, lot P. block 401. Mirror, $700. Mrs. Alice Hughes to W. A. C.os teU. lot 2, block 21S Holland $1.- 7. ".0, It. h. Hall and wife to Mrs. Mary O. C'anode, lot ', block lS.'i, Plemomi, $2,400. .1. C. Paul to Frank Woll'lln, block 11a, Mirror. $2,250. Stella M. Huskey and husband to A. I,. Weldon, lot 8. block 202, U. d S. and Holland, $3.VI. Arthur A. Slaughter and wife to T. A. Oober, lot 11, block 2. of C. (). Woiriin's subdivision of block 3S3, Mirror, $.100. Mrs. Daisy Sunford and husband to W. A. Crossed, lots 2 and 3, block 14a, (1. & S.. $3011. FOIt SALIC. Macaroni or Du rum spring wheat, and spelt. Iloth clean and absolutely f rc from Johnson Brass and otlier rain. A. CAYTON. Six miles Southeast of Washburn. Piles Cured nt Home by Xew Ab sorption Melhoil. If yon suffer from bleedind. ilcli ipf. blind or protudins Piles, send me your address and I will tell yon how to core yourself nt home by Tie new absorption treatment ; .rod will also send some of t.tis home treatment, free for trial, with references from your own locality if reiiuested. Im mediate relief and permanent cure assured. Send no money, but loll others of this offer. Write today to Mrs. M Summers. Pox P, Notro i Dame. Ind ASK FOR-WRIT - OF HABEAS CORPUS ( San Francisco. March' llJtuef's attorneys this movniits' 'applied to tho state supreme court for a writ of 'habeas corpus. The assistant" dij. tvlct attorney asked for and was snintcd time In rhich to prepare counter affidavits to that filed by Ruef allesina: prejudice on tho part of Jud;e Dunne. Defendant was remanded to the custody of Kllsor IMecy, after whieh adjournment was ta'.ren until tomorrow. Y'. J. Parker of Dallas and J. .1. Ward, of Alabama, composo tho new taU'irlpn firm of Parker & Wood, which has opened for business In one of tho Taylor street rooms of the Paraxon 0ffe. iKd.'IWch 'is. back from . a several weeks trip to Kansas' CItT where he rj.1e a study of lOOS ' tiutos and equipment. He will now devote his ftttent;ioi to pushirg tho Pope-Toledo CSV. THAW I! Is Now a Technical Battle Between Giant Law yers As to What Evidence1 Shall be Admitted ' Associated Pro.- Now York. March 1 2. Willi the nsiiiiipiioii of llio Thaw trial Ibis lumniiiK lii'liins continued his argu ment ar.ilusl ailmlllii)j;'lbn testimo ny of .l inn's C Smith. brother-n law of Wliile, Mho was absent from Iho country when llio prosocullon put In Us rase in chief against Thaw, pol io is contended Sinilli should prop erlv have been examiiu'd in I bo be-Kinniii- of llie trial and could not Icslifv at. Ibis lime. Them was a sharp argument, between .Jerome and Di'linas In which Part rid no also par ticipated and corrected several state ments or Ibe district altorney. Fin ally FiU;;i'rald announced ho was rc.nlv lo rule ou llie point and Del inas reiiuested fifteen minutes in or der to consider with Ills associate counsel and lime was cranled. Alter a brief recess Pdinns and .foiomo continued their arguments in regard lo Iho admissibility of the DISCREDIT THE STORY Account In Hsw Mexico Papers of leltins o! Crowr.woad Ertensinn Contract Net Considered Acthenlic The story published In the Texico Democrat and oilier d.islcin New Mexico papers Is that tho contract for tho I'.rownwood extension from Texico has been let and that con struction will begin at once is sen rrally discredited hero by all who are familiar with the situation. Tho probability of the line's being event ually built Is not questioned but the contract is not yet let and cannot bo for several months. The Prownwood extension of the Santa Fe Huob has Ioiik been regard ed as one of the most certain of the s;iKS"sled ralfroad projects in the SoutlAvest and Its building has only been regarded a a finest ion of choice of time. It Is the natural part of the development of tho Santa Fo lines In the South went and completes Ihe transcontinental and (lulf trunk , The SfiS.OOO.OOO of new bonds which wore mentioned in connection with the New Mexico story as hav ing furnished the money for tho new Lxiension have not yet been Issued. The nieoiiiij; of the northern branch of the I'ems Valley lines Is to be held this week in Amarillo and this meet, ins has yet to ratify Ibe bond Issue. The bonds will, of course, be Issued but. acciirdiiiK lo testimony brought out before the interstate commerce commission litis money is to lie used for Ibe most part in Ihe extensive Improveiuents'that are under way on the Feces Valley and Southern Kan sas of Texas. These Improvements aro dnt to be completed in less than a year and the coiistructicTn of the IH'ownwood line, according lo men of expert opinion on tlio subject, is not likely to begin till the otlier Im iprovenient Is nearly complete. When the contract is let. It will probably go to Ihe usual Snut.i Fe construc tion company, tho Lantry-Sharp com Street Railway Company al Louisville Starts Cars With Strike Breakers and Police, and Riots Follow Associated Trrss. Louisville, K.v.. Mr.r.-:i 12. With the aid of strike breakers and the protection of the police the street railway company tills morning opend up a partial service on four linos. Kach car has two or three policemen cm each platform, but in spite of this trouble began early and hold I ML lo sMTERESTING evidence cf Smith. Justice Fitzger ald was brief tn his tiiIidk. He said the evidence Smith had to offer wan newly discovered and In the Interest of Justice should go to th Jury. "I ovorrulo Ihe objection, ' b conclud ed Jerome then asked that the ei amlnatlon of Smith be postponed, un-l III after luncheon recess to'rnablJ him to cay Police orflcor Kdward K. Howe to the stand. This wn K ran ted. Howe's testimony was In regard to tho arrest of Thaw on the nlgbt( of tho shooting and bin examination at the police station. He said Thaw appeared rational, pr. Carlton Flint to whom Kvelyn is said lo have gone with Jack llarrymore, was called but Delmas objected tn his testimony on the saino ground ih offered tn tha oilier witnesses and Flin' was ex cused. Afler lesliryin that he did not know Kvelyn. althoneh. be bad ween hur In court. pany, who may sublet parts of - th work lo suli-contractora. ;.. .-5" Found at I, list. .T. A. Harmon, of IJzeniore, W. Va.. says; "At lasl I have found the pei foi l pill that never disappoints nia and for Iho benefit of others af flicted with torpid liver -and chronic constipation, will say rtake Dr. King's New Lite Pills." Guaranteed satisfactory. 25c at I,. O. Tbonjnson & Pro., drusists. r TO MAKE HIGH SPEED TORPEDOES Associated Press. Washington, D. C, March 12. Admiral Mason, chief of the naval bureau of ordinance ds Just com pleted a plan for tho construction of a torpedo factory at the Newport uaval station and ho expects to ad vertise at once for proposals for tho construction of a building and tho supply of the necessary plant. Thli will bo tho first, time that tho gov ernment has undertaken to make its own torpedoes on a large scale. The present type of naval torpedoes rum 3,. Mio yards under water at an av erage speed of IT. K knots, but ex periments conducted by tho ordi nance bureau have developed a tor pedo Unit will attain a speed of 35 knots an hour at a, distance of 1,000 yards and It Is possible that this type will be adopted when fully de veloped and turned out at tho new factory Instead of t'ho present stand ard type. Are you tired, fagged out, nervous, sleeplc!., feel mean? Holllstef'i Kocky Mountain Tea strengthens the curves, aids digestion, brings refresh ing sleep. 3.' cents, Tea Or TabloU. .1. W. McQueen Drug Store. St. Louis Spelter. St. Louis. March 12 Spelter firm $i..so,' ups were numerous. ' ' ' T!i'.' rioting culminated at nnoa In an outbreak at Second and Breck inridge streets between the strlk'ira,. strike t-ympathlsers, police nd strike breakers in which six policemen nnd a motor, man are known to been seriouHiv p.jurcd aud a ci or more bruiuLd ml cut. V - 4- n f r n i r ii ,n ' i 'ts tf ti r f , H'uwefc, tiff M'i y''