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4 . . The Week! erald JUL AMARILLO, T12XAS, THURSDAY, 5EPTGMBHR 12, 1907 NO. 37 VOL. XXII. JAPAN VIEWS RIOT SITUATION Canadian Officials Begin Rigorous Course Against Instigators of Van Couver Riots and Japan Accepts Apologies in ood Faith Allocated Prera. foar.tle, Wash.. Sept.. 11. A spe cial t tho Post. Intelligencer from Van Couver aaya Uml Mayor Rethune Mouday received tho following telo lirim from his Excellency Governor General Ouley, at Ottawa: "I havo learned with, tho dropout regret of the indignities and cruelty of whirh the subject of t.ho Emperor of Japan, the frlnd and ally of hid majesty the klnj, have horn made vii-tiniH. 1 hope that peace 00 restored promptly and that all offenders will b punished." , Chine TJirAten Oeneral Strike Tb combined Chinese, and Jan leere orgunl.atlons of Van Couvor Jienday afternoon made un overture to the Hindus to join thorn in an in dustrial strike all along tho Rrltish Columbia coast. Tho Hindu refused late last night. Tho police hMzod fifty Winchesters with h thousand rounds of ammunition which had been purchased In New Minister by the Chinese. Tokfo Not Alarmed, 'JUaorlatM Freee. , ,,. ToalorSeptll. The torelgn of fice hai received a dispatch from the Japmese consul general at OUa w eaylng that the Canadian gov eminent will express II regret for ' the occurrences at Vancouver and will take steps to prevent further trouble. An official of the foreign fflce said to the Associated Press: Credits piMtirhnnoo to Irresponsible. "Wo havo the utmost confidence In tho Canadian government as we liio have 1n that of America. Com- mUhlonor lbhll, In his dispatch tays that tho disturbance will soou be quelled and that thorn ia no region for Its repetition, our Information la that tho outbreak, like that at Bollingham and elsewhere Is tho re- anil of Korean leagues and antl-Jap-ancso aglbatlon created by falijo and exaggerated reports concerning; con ditions in Koara. Tim attitude and sentiment of the Japanese foreign office Is not. disturbed by the Van couver affair and Is quite confident that everything will ho done to pro tect tho Japanese. "Accounts of the trouble In Van couver publlhhed In papers caused no excitement. ' Few papers discuss the matter al all and thorn dii-pat-Blon itoly." Tokio J'iom, s 'ir. Tho publication of extended ao counts of the trouble at. Vancouver R. C, haa not developed any further criticism 'by the pres, ' The publl accepts tho outbreak as the action of Irrosponnibles who must be pun ished. Hochl Beys Trouble In Over, . Tho Ho' hl, which , waa. tha mo. outspoken newspaper here In regard to the recent Japaneto difficulties In Han Francisco, In an editorial this evening says: Tho trouble In Vancouver apears to be over and was confined to one city. Japan can eafoly loavo.ber In forests In tho hands of Premier Lau- rlor, who hag always boon' friendly There Ih no reason why the pcopl. should bo nnoasv over the outcome The Hochl Is considered represen tat U p of popular sonlintont. wm it wm& pfc in; r uno.ni s amabtmo. f Inburne Paper C,lr t'tooil Arronnt of Attorney Stanford and family. The nnurne Morning Review, Cleburne, Texas, speaks highly In thin week's Issue of U. A. Stanford, who has recently moved to Atnatlllo, with hi: family. Mr. Stanford will o Into pwcllio here at once as the partner of II. H. Cooprr. The pa per say:': t will be a matter of great, re grot to the many friends of Attorney .1. A. Stanford and family to learn that thone estimable people are pre paring to change their abode from Cleburne to (he p,.dns ell)' of Ama- ilo, In North west Texas. Mr. Stanford, who Is one of the leading IfRrfl practitioners of Cleburne, as- oclated with Ibo firm of Coldsmlth Stanford, will ho greatly missed hy his former rllonts and friends as will his wife from tbo social circles of the rty. Mr. Stanford is now in the western town making arrange ments for locating his family, and Immediately upon his return to Cle burne will move his household ef forts and family to the former place. The Review joins with their many friends In expressing regret at this loss of good rllUens and wishes them every success -and Joy In their new home. Atnarlllo Is to he congratu lated In gaining an enfrprlt-lug elll- jen, Hnd Cleburne must be rom-oled." ON THE SANTA v- -,-.. -T0P5Y" HARTSEL 0? THE ATHIITIC8. tr..v t. nartant. hetter Vnown to baseball lovers as "Tepsy," la ona ,h. n,.tfl-.rters in the me. As a hitter, base runner and fielder he'alwaya "delivers the goods" for the Philadelphia Amerleana. LUSITANIA RIOT IN SAN FRANCISCO Union Pickets Attack Street Gar and in Fighting Five Men Are Wounded Associated Press. Ban FranclFcn, Sept. tl. "A seri ous riot took place early this morn ing t Twenty-fourth and Utah streets. A number of car men while, running a car of the I'nltod railroads Into the. barn were attacked. During the fight five car men were wounded, one of thPtu probably fatally. Attack Wrecking Cor. The trouble occurred when the wrecking-car of the United railroads, en which were about fifteen men was pppoitcltlng tho chi' ibam, corner Utah and Twenty-fourth streets. As the car was passing Iho tent, occupied by union pickets, slones wore thrown at It and Bhots wore fired by some carmen, but no ono was hit. I'sed Revolvers. The car continued on its way to fhe barn whore a crowd hid assem bled. Three policemen appeared on the scone and ordered tlio men not to nhoot. It, Is nald 'that this com mand wms disregarded whereupon the polico used their revolvers and five of the carmen wero wounded. Union pickets oaupyins the tent where the disturbance began say that they were informed that, tho wreck ing crew wis going to nttack them at about the time the car tpproached. Police niame Non-Union Men. Tho story told by the police this morning In their report to Captain of Detectives Colby, casts al) tbo blame on non union carmen. Tlf re port ''ays that a force of twenty-five btrlko breakers on a work ear with lights extinguished when passing the tout of union pickets opened flro, directing their ahots against tho teat. The officers arrived on the scone nnd when in .about 150 feet from the strike breakers opened fire on them and the polico returned the firn get ting flvo of the non-union men. poos Not Accept rolice Story President rallied Calhoun of the l.'nilod Railroads Is making a thor ough Investigation. He does not ac cept, t faro value the story told by the police, easting; all blame on noi unlon cirmen. flliDK E (OPPKR MVlDKNm Calumet and Herla Companies Give $1A Quarterly. Associated Press. Boston, Sept. 11. A reduction of $5 a sharo In Iho quarterly dividend of tho Calumet and Hecla Copper Mining companies, was announced to day. The directors declared a di vidend of $15 a sharo Instead of the 2n of last quarter. DRUMMERS CHARGE DISCRIMINATION IS WINNING Great New Ocean Racer Eclipsing Records lor Atlantic Voyages MARTIAL AIRS IN SARATOGA is City in Gala Dress lor the Great Gathering of the Boys of '61 Associated Tress, , Lincoln, Neb., .Sept, 11. Claiming that, they represent, 42,000 members of the United Commercial travelers, J. ", Nation iand V. V. Ilawken of Fremont, yesterday charged the Un ion Pacific with gross discrimination In passenger traffic and demanded that the state railway commission make Immediate Investigation. They allege that the Union Pacific barred local passengers from trains Nos. 1, 2, 7 and S between Council Bluffs and the Wyoming line. Hawken and Nation submit that they were re fused tickets, and were prevented from going from Council Bluffs to Kremont. The railway officials claim that, Interstate tpjfflc demands that local passengers bo barred. Aasoclated Press. Capo Race, ,. r., Sept 11. The Cunard line steamer Lusiianla, whoue m.iidou voyage across the Atlantic Is expected to eclipse all ocean records, ramg In touch with tho American continent through Iho wlrolchB tele graph early today. At, 5:20 this morning a messago was received from the steamer faying that the vessel wa 225 mlle3 southeast of Capo Rare. Thirteen Hours AheBd. The Indicated position of the steamer Is about 1,125 miles from Sandy Hook, so that. If she can maintain tbo rate of twenty-five knots an hour with which speed she is credited she will reach Iho cn tranco to tho port, of Now York about 1 a m. Friday, which would make the time of her voyage ubout. four days and eighteen hours, over thir teen hours bettor than tho record between Qiioonslown and Now York, five days seven hours twenty-three minutes, bold by the Cunardor Lu- canla. Such time will also IiohI the record now hold by tlio I la nihil rg American learner, Dpiitschlaud. EARTHQUAKE WAS IN THE ALEUTIANS r Pro ceed With Work While Activa Committeemen Gel Cash on Subscription TROUBLE BREWING IN PEKIN AFFAIRS Associated Tress. Tekln, Pept. 11 The aggrepslve Influence of Yuan Shikil was fur ther demonstrated today. Liang TUHjt' Ynen n of Ynar 8bl 'Kal'a men. haii boon appointed minister to Washington and has been made acting member of the Wat HuHu board of foreign affairs. Numerous officials have been cashiered because of their denunciation by Yuan Shi Kal, who is fortifying Uls position before (be arrival liero of Chans Shin Tung. MEXICO MIMS'I'tvR Til JAPAN. Mr.Pacheeo Is nwelved In Sprrlal Audience by Kmperor. Associated Trepa. Toklo, Sept. 11. Mr. Tacheco, new minister from Mexico to Japan, presented his credentials today to Emperor, who granted him audience at which Kinpercsa was present. Mondiy night after the last mass meeting and the completion of tha subscription for the purchase fund, messages were sent at once to Gen eral Manager Avery Turner, who wis preparing to leave town on a short business r1p. By him the mcssiges were Immediately forwarded to the headquarter of the company and tho long deferred orders were Issued sending the construction department to the work. Ilond Secured hy Buslnesa Men. Never before In the hlMory of any of the oubhcrlrtlon propositions In which Amarlllo riiUens have tak en part, have bonds so readily se cured substantial signers ai In the rase of the two bonds to the Rinta l'e railroad company yesterday. Mon day night voluntary pledges were made Immediately upon the securing of the last subscription and If the documents could have been obtained, the bondn would have been legally formed that, night. It was Impos sible, ihowfvrr. to get posfe,plon of the bonds which the eompsny had drawn ready for the city's use, and the matter was deferred till yester day " morning'. Then "'a 'number "of signers Including practically all the substantial and enterprhlng business men were secured and the docu ments wore sent to the compiny of ficials. One of the bonds secures the right of way from byre to Pan handle for the Southern Kansas nd the other guarantee? the deeds to the property In Amarlllo to the Te cos Valley lines for the terminal Im provements. The two concerns re e-imply seperate companies of the Santa Pe corporation. Cash on Buh3rlptlons. la the meantime W. B. Patterson and R. W, Graham, with the assist ance of others of the committee, have been getting the cash on the, subscriptions and getting t at a rate that Is surprising and grat ifying. The majority of the cub scrlpUons have now been paid and the committeemen expect that by the end of the week the amount ettli un collected will be Insignificant. Purchases to Bo Made. With the money as It Is collerte Lon D. Marrn Is making the last pur chases. This Includes the land own d hy seven men between liere and Panhandle and the lots In Amarlllo. There Is yet about, thirty small lots east of the Pecos Valley lines to .be acquired but the owners of these are unknown. H will be neresfiary to go through he usual condemnation proceedings and to deposit, with fh'e county authorities the amounts which the officUl appraisal committees find to be the values of the property. The property along the line 1n Pot ter county has been subjected to con demnation prorBdincs sod tho com mtttee'ean deposit" tha'amounta "al lowed the owners In these proceed ings iand can then give tbe company the privilege to go ahead with the work. Some of the owners Who have steadily blocked the sale of their lands My tbey will carry the condemnation proceedings Into the higher courts but this will not delay the work of construction through, their lands, The property In Carson county has not yet been subjected to (Continued, on Page Five ) rKAC'K IN CHAIN TIMPE. ALjociated Press. New York, Sept. 11, An earth quake Is reported to have occurred in the Aleutian Islands, Sept. 1 and 2, news of which reached Seattle through n officer of tbo revenue cutter, Rush. It is believed to be the "lost earthquake" recorded ear ly In the month t the seismographs In Wishiugton, in England and at OfUwa, Associated Tress. Saratoga, .V Y . Pep', 11 Mar tial music of old time tunes to which the soldier. of the civil war marched In many campaigns, awakened Sara toga early loday, the day of the pa rade of veterans attending tho an nual encampment of the (irand Army of tho Republic. It. wa expected that, 15,000 p.'iraders would be In lino when tho parado starts. 11 is scheduled at 2 o'clock this afternoon but it will probably 'be later before a suit Is msde. The town is beau tifully decorated for the occasion. Luncheon to Officers. The dajs program began w-ith a reception at. Congress hall, the New York stale headquarters In honor of Governor Hughes at 11:30 and at 12:30''lunchoon was served by the department, of New York to the gov ernor. Commander in Chief Robert U. Brown, and his staff, the past, national officers, the department commanders and other diallnguished guests. Meanwhile there had been reunions of various organizations IIchI ItuslnoKs Tomorrow. Tho real business of the convention will begin tomorrow and the annual address of Retiring Commander Brown, tho reports of officers nd committees nnd possibly tho election of officers. The latter, however, may bo postponed until Friday. The place of tho next encampment. Is still In doubt, probably between Topeka, Kan., and Toledo, Ohio. ACQUIT WIDOW OF . MURDER CHARGE Associated Press. LaCrosse, wis., Sept, 11. Mrs Mary Miilln. a wealthy wiuow ac cused of the murder of her brother- in-law by poisoning, wag discharged at the conclusion of the preliminary hearing Monday night. The court found that there was not eufflclent evidonco to hold her for trial. Tho victim was Carl Schmidt, a blind man, who died from cbp6oiic add poisoning at. Geneva, Wis., Au gust 21. It was charged by tho state that Mrs. Malln adminlstrercd tbe poison In order to get rid of him and to hrlng her sister to live In luxury at the MaHn. home in La Crosse. Chicago Board of Trade and EWat ors Heach Agreement. Associated Proas, Chicago, 5cpt 11. A' treaty of peace has been declared between the Chicago board of trade and allied elevator intercsti, ending the war which tor sevorai months has been disturbing element In the grain trad. The owners of elevators, It Is said, have acceded to tbe demands of exchanges us to the conduct of business. CABINET MEN WITH THE PRESIDENT 5-room house, 001 Buchanan titreet $S00 cash, balance terms. 35tfc The Merchants' Carnival prom ises to ho one of the most enjoyable entertainments ever given In Ama rllo by home talent. Over 130 per formers. A fine program. Seats 25c and 500. . 42 2c Associated Trets. Oyster Bay, N. Y.. Sept. 11, President Rooi.evelt arranged luncheon yesterday at which Secre tary Straus of tho department of commerce and labor and Charles P Nell, commissioner of labor, Law rence F. Abbott and Ernest Hamlin Abbott, of New York, were guests Secretary Straus made a verbal re port of his recent western trip and Commissioner Nell took up with the President certain difficulties which have been encountered In the at tempted enforcement of the eight hour law. It was dehledl that the teWrnnhrrs strike would bo con eldered. Mexican Vets Hold Bourdon. Holden, Mo., Sept. 11. The Missouri association of Mexican War Veterans met here today In twenty. ninth annuaji reunion. AJothough Missouri furnished large number of soldiers for the war with Mexico, only a handfull of survlvori Is left. Captain M. T. Moore, of Jefferson City, Is president of the association. THE JOHN SMITH STATUE INCOMPLETE STEAMER ON TIOOCKS Santa Rosa Strikes a Dan gerous Rock off tha Cali fornia Coast Associated Frew. Los Angeles, Cal.. Sept. 11. The Pacific coast steamship company's steamer, Santa Hosa, Is reported ashora seven miles from San Pedro. No details had bs?a received at thta hour. This la tho location of Point Vlncente, one of the most dangerous on tho southern coast. There has been a lhard wind blowing several days on the coast though there has been no unusual storm. Tbe Santa Rosa Is a passenger steamer run ning between San Francisco and Sajn Diego and making weekly trips. Aisoclated Presa. Norfolk, Va., Sept. 11. Because contractor having the work In charge of ercotlng tho Captain John Smith monument for the United States gov ernment on Jamestown Island hus not completed tho contract In the scheduled time, tho unveiling exer cises which were to have heon hold today have been postponed. It. will probahly be several weeks before the program will be carried out. Tho statue Is considered the best work of William Couper, the New York sculptor. It was cast In hronze by the Gorham company, stands eight feet six Inches In height and shows tlio adventurous Captain Smith In soldierly pose. It will bo creeled on a commanding site at Jamestown Island, on a plot of land selected owned by the Associa tion for the preservation of Virginia Ant'iquiticaw raseengers and Crew Safe. 4iaoclated Press, San Podro, Cal., Sept. 11. The Pacific Coast Steamship company'g steamer Santa Rosa, bound from San Diego to San Fransco went on the rocks at Portugese Bend early this morning In a thick fog. Sho Is In a good position, but Is In danger from the receding tide. Tho passengers and crow are reported safe. The tug warrior was dispatched from bore to her asslGtance. Rtamer Is Free. Special to Dally Panhandle. Los Angeles," Cal., Sept. 11. A telephone messago from Kedondo says that the atearaer Santa Rosa Is now off the roekn and Is headed for, Redondo. All danger has ov'ldontly passed. Mr. nd Mrs. 'A". S. Hoffman, of Panhandle, were In town yesterday. I A ft I ft r y. .weepvw r ' Sf'i - t - VVNV mmmmnm mmn