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THE WEGKLY HERALD, SEPTEMBER .12, Ig07.
0.AISU1?,000 Memorabia :,ss Meeting At the Court House last Night Marks the Victory in Long Cam paign for Santa Fe Improvements In memorable nut meeting t the. courthoute last night. Amarillo men frtng the crlals In Aniaiilo's long fight lor a pWe- on the roster of cities, won the final and decisive victory by subscribing the remainder of the money needed to complete Iho Bant-a F deal at 4ha rule of $100 a minute for over an hour. From the tlma when the meting ws calWd to order shortly before o'clock to a few minute after 10 o'clock, there mere few who had anything to nay who did not make the. money talk the loudest. Chen followed each uc ceedlng contribution and when the larger amounta were onnounced the pplaute amounted to ovations. k $11,6 il to lUinf. "We. have a ground hog case here." Mid J. V Crudgmgton, aa he open ad the meeting last night after be, on motion of II. B Banborn had been mad chairman of the meeting and Vernon Begga had been made eecre tary. "Thla matter I know came to many of ui unexpectidly and we have hardly hoen prepared to meet the tltuatlon at onto, ' But there ia no queitlon but that we have to meet it. We sre ready for ellon. The amount the secretary telle jou after all the other subucrlpHons are added up ia $6,041. Understand me now, thU it not the amount that we are going to try to raise, It la the amount we are going to raise." fc A Tteal Estaw TropoaltUm. , "Itiiava subscribed somo before this." aald L. A. Wells, the flnt to j Hike the floor, "but I IH be one of teir real ealale men lo come in for $100 each, more." : "Pat me down on that Hat." spoke up Charlca L. Oreen, "for another $100.'. - "I subscribed $230 the fl ret time," raid J. II. Wills, "and $2.10 this time, but you .may put me down for another $100 In tbat Hat." "Our firm has aubacrlbed twice before." followed E. L. Dohoney. "but doubling up In going to have to be the order of affaire. Put Cur rla & Dohoney dowu for $200 more." "And to keep that Hut growing, you may figure me In the business for another hundred.", announced Chairman Crudglngton. Tatteraon Was "Jiner." "I never went to a revival meet ing in my life." confessed V. B. Pat terson, "but what I felt that I ought to join. And when they, bring out tba mourner' bench, I know I ought 'to go up. Where that first hundred of mine is coming from, I don't know but you trvay put down another one of the same kind." ."I like thla real estate proposition to'well," spoke up Charles L. preen, "thai I am going to put Green Bros, furnlturo 'store in the business" tor $100. "Put O. G. Itoquemore, the ar chitect, In the real estate business for $100," called out W. B. Patter son, who was doing "personal work" back among the seats, "I wish to add $100 to that list" ' volunteered ,George W. Voss. the lumberman, "In addition to the amounts already subscribed by my 4. firm." ' "I gave all that I thought I could," ' raid Judge O. H. Nelson, "when the list was presented to me. But you may put down another $100 for me personally." Not a rroperljr Valuation. "I don't know whothcr I uhould '1:4 'onbldeied a real estate man or a .'-.-mcr." testified J- M. Neeley, "and i ; vc ;1d prefer to be considered the '!-. In my deliberations out on run. a, I figured eut that on .y valuation 'basis which would :h rarest means of distributing , t- ij iidea for these Improvements, 1 "-It u;an in Amarlllo should pay , . .t one-fourth of one per cent, the ' ,r.y-ed valuation of his property. .Mlowlng for those who would refuse ' and who could not tie reached, I fig " vred that about one per cent would ht fair bails for men here and 1 gave accordingly, but you seed more and you way put tn down for $100 more." "$1,200 subscribed, all in add! tlGHtl'subscrlptions," announced o try Beggs. sff . "In addition to what ha already been subscribed, " contributed W. U Patterson, "I was Instructed by a man today to give more If we need U. We need it and I announce JjO more for Governor tVtm Brown." Scoring a lo"K (lain. "I believed that I had subscribed my ahare and sonto more, according to the amount of property I have left here," spoke up M. B. .Sanborn, "and I have thought over this matter pretty thoroughly. I hsd firmly made up my mind not to raise my auhsrrlptlon In this hm hut I guess , bad resolution Is better broken than kept. The secretary may re cord an addition lo my subscription of $1,500." Before the speaker rould take his seat the 'room shook with' a cheer that nearly Jarred the lamps from their places. "The way you're going now," broke in a visitor In the hall, wa soon as a snmblance of order could be restored after Mr. Kanborn's an nouncement, "you will have anything jou .want for Amarlllo. 1 saw Ama rlllo when she was nothing 'but a hamlet. I went to K Paso In 1893 when It aas city of 12,000 people Now she Is 4J.O0O, Just because she went out and got things the way you are doing now. My name la W. C. whita and I live at Pecos In the Routhwes but 1 want to be one of the men in that list and you may mark me up tor $100." t don't know how murh J. A. iVayland has subscribed." contribute ed W. K. Gee, "but I am bis agent and sublott to his approval, I w 1)1 subscribe $l0o'moro for him." From at Uet ail Store. ' 'Can you tell me how much.' asked Lon I). Marrs. "has trn suu scribed by tho retail merchants of tho city? 1 wish this Information ni for a n-rsonal reason but to form a basis for a contribution." It would be difficult lo get at that without gr;ng entirely over the list, answered Secretary Begat. "In the rouiio of my work for the committee this afternoon, con tinued Mr. Marrs, "1 talked witn tne proprietors of one of the leading re- tail establishments of the city. '.On account of other engagements they are unable to be hoie this evening but they assured me that their In terest and co-operation is . in this work all tho time. .They are men who are enterprising In the besli Ksnso or the word, who work In and out of their business for the develop. ment of Amarlllo. and who spend money effectively for the adverts Ing of the city and Hn advantages, Thla afternoon they authorized me to announce whatever contribution I thought they ought to give. They left It to mo end I am going to an nounce here $500 for Dcnlts & Isaacs." "Hurrah for II. Joe and hlB company," yelled somebody in the audience and the cheer made the dome ring. Auolliee Committee at Work. "You might state to tho men sembled here." raid J. L. Smith to Mr. Mariti, tallrr a lull In the con trlbutlons and discussion, "the facta In regard to the other committee from a nclehborlna city which 'Is now at work 1n Amarillo in antic patlon of our possible fallureo close ine ucai. - "1 had a talk with Mr. Turner this Hftcrnoou." responded Mr. Marrs, "but 1 don't know that what ho said In nrtvata conversation should be used hero. I do know that the rail road now wants lo como here and Is willing to comply with the terms of the cefntract. But they are not go Ing to force thennselves upon any town and Its no uso to figure on their coming to Amarillo whether we meet this or not. It is Amarillo's fault that this contract has not ben cont pibid with and that the city needs more money than the original esu mate called for.. Eighteen months igo this property could have bcp bought for the amount set and the railroad has been mdy ver slnfe lo accept It and to Ive the city $13.- 000 they contributed to help buy the right of way. But we are up against th fact that, his property that we contracted to deilver Is now north $16, :5 more than It is then. We have worked over every bit of the property and e know that by the most rareful management it ab solutely requires hU money. If any man does not believe It, I want him to com l my office. I will show him. The tompany has waited a long s they ran. Teams have been Handing Idle all summer that they might lake up this work and . now the company must go to work. I've aorked for to months on this. I've used my own time, paid my own railroad fare, livery hire and hotel bills and I don't know whether I'll get a return for II. I believe that I hive paid jny share hut I want that amount made and I'll put In a $100 more." good many of u wan m c see what our competitors are doing, sutgcblcd M C. Nobles. "Now I would like to ee my competitors come In strong but while we are waiting we need the money. You may mark up Nobles Brothers' con tribution an additional $20." "Mark up $23 more for the West ern Hank ft j i uni c,u. i uiu "j T. Ware spoke for hla company. "This Is u matter which I. as a ril estate man. take seriously to heart," said J. II- Guuldy. "Every piece of ground I've sold hero for a year and a half has been with the understanding that the shops were pumlnir hero. Now we must make - e nod. It doesn't do to say that Anu rillo Is a city and that mllioads will come here, iney aon i ij u - , . . I .... j A It. The railroad went twenty miles away and Waco never got oxer It and never will. I don't know whero I'll gel tho money but my friend. Mr Hanborn says he will see me through so I want to go down for $100 more I've been down slain," an nounced W. B. Patterson, "to the county court room wnere me nou carrier's unlon'ls holding a meeting mi to or them iate me a dollar t piece. Who'll Je next!" ' ' ' "Uuleke and Kersey $50' more, "J. I Summera $."," were answers .1.- h-- io in. "I've been bringing money to spend here for nearly a year, sa.o. P. E. Boesen. puonsner m mo vw. panhandle taking the floor, "and no 0ne knows that better man my Dans er over there. But I am.nuiiaing a busluess among you and I am one of you. 1 gave sbout as much as I thought I could but you add ti $100 to my other contribution "A man left It to me this after noon as to how much he should sub scribe, "contributed rW.. H. l alter son. "If he were hero, I. might give more but I'll put R. W. Wright down for $100," .. IWt to a Committee. "D. C. Il Bynum $100," "Ama rillo Hardware company $100." "H H. Cooper $fi." were among the caii8 that made the total rise Uteadlly. In response to calls for I "yberalwdt," A. F.berstadt steadfastly declared that as he had given $700 he could give no more and finally he offered 'to leave it to a ermmlttee If that nasn't enough for him. 'Well, ust name your committee,' offeroii the chairman. "Well fix them." Then tho secretary announced that the amount was down to $2,041 and asked for a -contribution to make It even. Gross Brothers Cement com pany came up with the requisite amount. Then 8. it. Maaaen ioiu the secretary that he would consider hla firm severed from the railroad long enough to put Madden & True love down for $200 "Is Bob Chanselor here?" called the chairman as Ijo recalled several nmiihin names. "No. he Isn't," was tho prompt response from one side of tho hall, "but I guess you d bet ter put him down for $100." Tlw Laat $500. "I have been authorized to give the last $300 for one mm an nounced W. B- rtterson. who had been stirring again among the men in the hall. "Now if you'll just ge (he other $1,200 Here Kbcrstadt, Horsbrugh and Crudglngton came in for raises of a hundred each. J. L. Smith foljowed and II. A. Campbell and J. P. Floyd announced a hundred. From S. J. Slade, who was not present, tho chairman staled that he was suro a contribution of $200 could be count ed Tii 'n S. H. Madden asked per mission to leave the hall for ten min utes and promised the remaining money. In the meantime with W. M. War ren's $25, Hub Saddler $25 onda raise of $50 from R. L.. Mos and J. M Donaldson, J. A. Small, and W. M. Green $25 each nd B. P OsbVirn $10, the amount grow. Madden's Straight Talk. .'' After an Intermission of ten'mVu utes or so. 6. II. Madden returned; and altkout Jinauunclnj the result of his work fKn speaking to th audience. . In an even tone, of vom without attempt ' sperrhmaklng he reviewed JnV way that none who heard' hV' will forget the vunk 'that Amarlllo Jus done lo re.:J) her pich en( place. Then In the t-snie Mm In he turned to the work of Vice Pres ident' ,very Turner and told the oik that 'Mr. Turner hid done to secure' foj- Aniat'Ho the offor which as then so nearly at a completion. Tlie l't Act. For the only time during the even ing the hall wait In perfect order as the men listened to a. II. Madden making hla review of the situation and of the dunce for great victory offered AnvuJIIo. As the men waited for the last amount, their Interest, keyed up to nervous tension, by tho recital of conditions, the siane, hh It were, was sot for the dramatic cli max- and It came. When the speHker finally called for W. H. Funua who had Just entered the hall, tho drama was moving smoothly s if sn orches tra had started something the nature of the "Flower Son" and aliout the onl ythlng the audluuce really missed was radlunce from tho lima Unlit. in few .a-ords Mr. Kiifjiva an nounced his Intention to double his subscription by giving another $500 and the coinmlttte announced the douor of the other $5oo as II. L. StrUigffllnw. i. It was a touch down nd victory for Amarilo and not even Chairman ,'rudglngton tould rule in the cheer- Ingvlhak filled' tho halt Hnd streamed out, a Fprmd the good news. Bonds Completed. Last night and today tho bonds for surely are being rgmpletd. Word went at oncn to he road's authorities-. . . 'ARDINER IS -STILL IMPROVING Charles Gardiner, the bartender in the Bon-Tort salon, who was shot last Monday by Claude Lyons, is steadily Improving and In a few days will be able U be out. . Tho wound ulihouah extreme v critical for w lime, developed no adverse, condi tions aud ; ia now .healing rapidly Gardiner' wilh not be disfigured. The only-lnJuM which wfll remain after the weiiud jas healed will be. a. de feet In the hearing In the right, ear The hall from Lyons' revolver enter- 4 Just back Pflhi ear but did' not aestrpy in aiyin ur ic .iv. J .'. I 1 I A ill h". defin,that car tor a long (jme, however, and 'may nver re i n i . -, cover full heading. uaraincr maioiaio?, , " from the first, that he cannot un derstand why Lyons shot him. .He thought as others did that Lyons was a friend of hla. and had never ex pected the slightest, trouble. "fiveYy attempt at furnishing a mo tfve' for Lyons' mad act 13 as fruit lei's as It was t flrt and the first Knlntloir -riven.' that" the man shot his friend while In a drunken frenzy is the oiily'.wel'l founded explanation for the' erlrrie. . How Lyons got the revolvei-used and who encourased him In stirring up trouble with Jar diner make up another side to the story which may develop some Inter estlns facts. . Although several sto rles have gained currency about woman In the caie," It seems prob able that these have no serious bear ina on the case. There might have been an interested woman or sev eral. and some trifling circumstance regarding one of these might have bad somo effect on Lyons, if he was drunk, but H does not apepar that. anv such circumstance would have affected:bls sober acts. GOLDING ' i Has It. ANYTHING '. in the DRUG Of- DRUG SUNDRY , Line GOLDING DRUG COMPANY tr. '''';'- ,lf Phono 48 i l.!- CITY SCHOOLS BEGIN WORK Twenty-three Teachers and : Over 1,100 Students - in ; 1 Amarillo Schools, . - . 'vrhis Is our busy day" for the imps of teachers In thn Amniillo ilty schools, lhO It Is a busy day for the men who sell school tiooliH, pen- lls. Ublet and all ,tliJ supplies lla( tuscs to riulp-school children for I lie seasons Campaign. Alter inn opening hcaslon at the various bulld- Iiiks over the city this morning tho blldien were d'.hinUhCd for tho tiny to get tho iieccshary equipment iid to allow the teachers time to arrange rolls of , pupils and scbvdulea of laws. : ., if l . Ko'im '.ie t'rowiled. ' , As'tho faculty had1 anticipated. Ht. tendance la iom-lilei ahly in oxcrus f all previous recorda and all. rooms . tuA t A U I'll f are crowocu. iwnci besides the superintendent are on gaged and everyone) uf the corps has big enrollment, '-At Mm rlk street .hool Uils morning, Principal W. M. ireen reports un enrollment, of 520. Figures are not yet. avtillablo from the other schools but the three rooms nl the north side mIiooI and tho Ight. rooms st tho High School wo 111 filled SO tne Slieiiuann; in Hblv over 1.1 (HI. This will Do large' ly increased by additions during tne eek. ' i Improvements Made, liunioveinrnts this SRr in build I,, v.vn not kent pace wit it mo in- . ....... v.. ' f t. a ' urhnnl crease in suinenm hoard bv the' placing of the two frame- buildings on the grounds of the polk street building have pro- Ided sccommodalions which will oe .1. tt.' a r uitr.niate until peinii.u.1. " ' . . J J 1 buildings ran bo erected. An aum tlonai room has been built on to the North Side building and three toacn ma nrn now employed there. The work of equipping the foik .. . L...tMin fnr Hleam-ncai na been practically complete and win be ready for use as soon hs need for It arises. This . Is an Improve- which will be greatly sppre- ialod bv teachers at the Tolk street building, because uuacr w ansement. with slovca U.nas -nccn difficult to kef-u.au, even temperature all the time In the rooms. ; The small frame building In the Tolk . streot grounds will be hratcd. by stoves, Tca.hcro at VHtiotu Schools. Runerintendonf. C ,C Foster, has his office t the' High. School builiS ng on Johnson etroct,. The arrange ment of tho teachers for various tie nartmenls la as follows; High School building. 8. h. nsn principal. Miss Liwslo Kppicr. uaun Miss Hamnor, lflngllsu; Miss wcuce crinr- Miss Janke. - Spanish and hlstorv: Professor Fish, nialhcmai les- Grades: Mi. Jlendtix," first Miss HcDonalvl, ccond; Miss, Hill third: Miss Nelson, fourth, and one division :of fifth, . . Polk . street -building. W. M Green, principal, rroics-sor uiccu first division seventh; Miss TuUas second division seventh; Miss film mons, first division sixth;. Miss Avery second divihion Klxth; Miss Jones first division fifth; Miss Ilussell first division fourth; Miss Kpplcr second division fourth; Miss Jonnlo Saddler, third: Mrs, FonJ, second Mrs. Allen, first. ' North Sldo building. Miss- Alma Ftatcs, principal, Miss Bates, fourth and one division fifth; Miss Turren tine, first; Miss Carrothcrs, aecund and third. """," Oats Sell High. - Mr. (1 O. Walker, a merchant of Groom, was In. the city toilay and v.Mtcd the Daily, ranhaudlo.. Mr. Walker reports. tbo town of Groom as growing and crops in tho best of condition. He also informed us that he paid 5f 3-4 cents per bushel for a car load of oats Saturday, which, ho ships lo Memphis,' Tenn. ;Such a prlco In the panhandle for oats Is certainly ' encouraging , to farmers. Tho Groom country is an exception ally 'productive' 'section of (lie Pan handle. ' ' i CHILDRESS COUNTY ATTORNEY DROWNED Word reached here yesterday of the death by drowning in the eltx lake at Childress of M. Gremmett, the coiimty attorney of Childfets county. wmm WW-: YOUR GOOD HEALTH Will not be cnilancercil no mai ler how tnnny glasses you drink of OUR DELICIOUS SODA There's no "morning alter" ef fects from such a beverage. Made of ihe purest materials anil com bined in so many fascinating Havocs it is a drink fit for the gods. Come and try a glass. You find it one ong, deep draught of delight. Thompson's Drug Store. Gremmett, It seems, bad been out ldlug and rode his horse Into the Ihko for walei". Wither the horse stepped Into hii unexpected deep place and threw its rider, or became frightened and threw (liTinmett Into deeper water. lie fore Gremmett ould bo reached bo hud drowned. All efforts t reMlsiit :it ion failed. Gremmett was a young man. un married, and, -with the personal mid m-nfchhlnnal standing he had won' for himself, had Hn un usually biiht fulurc. Ho w'sh per sonally known to many people In Amarjllo. He had been elected lo membership In tho.Ulks lodge here and was to have been .Initiated Into the order w'ithin a short tlmu. BARACCA GLASS GIVES OPEN HOUSE .,' 7 - - From 9:15 when the reception began after the evening service at the Baptist church lo 11130 when tho last guest thaitkcd the hosts for the evening's unlcrtainiucnt, the Ba race tiass club rooms in Ihe lvan- slor bulldiug wero filled--with mcm- hcrs and friends of tho orguilzailon u-hn ivi'l'n thormichly rnjuylng the Invitation extended, by tho clais. .;in preparation Xyr th? reception tho haudsome quarters; of tho class had been decorated ,ln the class col ors, blue and.whHo,:and tho domino tablet. -had boon moved-out to gtvo more room lor, the guests. , A bow abundantly supplied with Iced fruit punch held a prominent position am: for thi Important, post the reception committee had planned to secure the services of one of their young lady rjiPRi. nut. Luther Fryo eot. the place early In the rcnlug and re fmM to he dinlodeed. lie delivered tho a-oods, however, and gave com plele satisfaction. The' fhvltatiori had been general and. besides thn members and male friends" of the class; "many ladle took .advnautago' of tho opportunity to visit' the ' bachelor club rooms Jesse Skeen, Dr. 11. M- Walker and It. A.' Davis, .as reception committee assisted by the class In general, made If full understood that the class motto "Young men for young men had a broad significance, and also made it clear to the men of the party that the same kind of a welcome awaited them or any other man at the club rooms any time -and with out question. -. vr y l:Hiuiiilng Hallway Clerk.' W. O Davis, chief ciork In the railway mall service for this section, arrived yesterday from Fort Worth to conduct tho regular examinations for railway mall clerks with head quarters here. Under the rules or the department, of tho railway mall service- all clerks uie required to stand regular examinations at stated Intervals on the offices and routing of mails on thoir runs and on con ditions which 'apply lo their branch of he service. , Mr. Davis has taken a room at the lilrahirst and will be here until Saturday. x . . . Exposition, Jury Begins Worft. "Korfolk, Va.. Sept 10. The Jury of awards for the" Jamestown exposi tion of which Dr. Ajbert Shaw, edi tor of the American Vevlcw of Re views, la president, begins Its' work today,' Nearly all the . preliminary details governing the method of-making a?:arl f premiums have been coolcted and the work will he (ruth- cd. Ambrose t!wazey, of Coluirtbusj Ohl,o 'is' vlte. president of the com mittee. 4 TWO COLLEGES AMAIMIEW v..' jjj V-j $50,000 Baptist School and 'Contract for Flouring Mill in South Plains Town Special to Daily ranhandle '" Plaluvle. Texas, tfopt. in. Plain- lew Is to have nnnthcr 40llcge and Homing mill. On S,iturday th Slukcd Plains H.iptist association ac- ekiii'd I'liilnvlcw'H offer of 123.000 ami iwenty-fhe acres of land lor milling a school here In tho near future. Dr. jHines II. Wvianu g'avn 1(1,0011 in money and twenty-five acres for f.impus and mo cuiiona pledged llSW'nn niorc Tho ssoia- lion gives an additional I2.,000 in money. This Klve riainvlew two olleges. Mr. C. N. Jones has closed a con tract-wUli our Coninienial dub-to erect roller mill nn i" umi-i dally capadty, to bo' built as soon-ai posslblo. Abriut 100 cltUens of thn town and county cinned a guaranty for tl.r.OU. all lhat Mr. Jones asked of us, lo be paid when tho mill ban been built md makes is good iwm pte of flour as any that roipes to thla market, or as nnd as any In the ountry, with "the same grade of heat. llo will make a sprtiaity or grinding Durum or Maoaronl wheat. Mr. Jones has -spent more than three weeks In tho Plainvlew coun try Investigating tho wheat, culture, and says lhat he is satisfied to put his money up on it. He only asked that, plainvlew pay the freight o machinery and donate lite for tit mill. His money talks. uRcit lhV t tiMPANv cn.iniERn aasasjMiMBsvai ' Bryant-Fort-Daniel Company Will Take Charge f New Building. The Brjant-Fort-Danlel Produce company in the name of ft new Ama rillo' concern- which' has Just been chartered by Ihe slHte to do a gen eral produce and wholesale grocery business. J. K: Bryant is president of the conipany, L. D. Fort Is vcm president, T. M. Daniels Is secretary treasurer, the three members own all of the $Ji,o0i capital stock. At present- tbo firm is occupying temporary! nuarbers 'down town but : work Is being rapidly completed on a big rodueovhouso-on ithe corner of Slirft and Oihui r.lreeisVwhlch will he occupied exclusively by them. Thin . building is or brick 0x!)0, one story ,;hovo nine-font basemen-t. The basement will be specially fitted up Inlo cooling mild cuHng rooms for banannas and other pcHsnabln pro (luce. The building when complete, will lie the most completely equipped plant within a radius of 200 miles, for handling produce. ' Alt hough the company will deyole. most of Its attention to produce, it will also handle a line of cigars, and grocers' specialties and sundries. For the specialty line. W. M. Tarrlsh, formerly with tho Platter Tobacco company goes on the road at once. L. D- Fort and J. B Ratllffe com plete Iho traveling sales force for the company. The managers of the enterprise are enthusiastic over the possibilities of 'Amarillo as a produce Jobbing center and are preparing to cover thoroughly all of the big at- rillo territory. a..2j. i. ' - . Fans Back Tommy Murpf. N New York. Sept. 11. -Harleftt Tommy Murphy will be heavily back ed by the hundreds of New York fight fans who journeyed to Phila delphia on a special train today to witness his six round battla tonight with Fighting Dick Hyland, the Cal ifornia light weight. Whllo it is gen erally believed that Iho native son of tho golden West is about tho nift iest little man that the pride of Har lem has ever been up against, few snorts of upper Broadway doubt that Pommy will make a clear snowing of superiority. Both lads are trained to tne milium mm -aic-un. flgli't like littlo wildcats. Frank Ern will second Murphy. Hyland has been training at Stratford, Conn., with George Decker and Johnny Bur dick as hi3 trainers. - '. ta. "" " A Few Fines. '' In city court yesterday, X M-ilvln plead guilty to the offense of being a plain drunk. He got the usual penalty. This morning Agullano Lopes, a Mexican sojourner in th town, and Frank PJngllsh. were hail ed ''into court on the same charge, and allowed $11. "0 each to' be re corded iigalnst. their namer,. I .1 i L, ,. I MA ft, 4 '. t WW- .n A J i. V-r"" " u 1 ,. .ft i jA t A ft .'