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The Weekly Herald AMARILLO. TI:XAS, THURSDAY, JULY 30 1 90S OL. XXI !i. N0L 31 SflV'T ATTYS. IIIELf CONFERRING Am On Standard Gase Confident ; K3W Law Gives Indians Rights cl S'jcc83s in Spile of higher Courts , - (! Mr I Pre;.. M.uk , .Inly 2i.-- Many (to,'. , n'lii:'. nitii eis of l lii' fowl'a- III. II . V. I' ll I IK- Il.--ls,ta 111 ( i '! ' ) r, ; i. I ,e .r;rl it r c !.i -.v, in- i .;iri..,.; -r.;!ib II l''li"i". nl M'nix f i .'.i . t.i-i, ii ;i in' eh 1 ;i ii' 1 mie I i mi r... m imi iii w.i. i 'i ihe . ; : l i n 1 1 i il i .i",.i ill: I t in- ;-' a n I 1 1 'I ( i. I 1 1 , . i 1 1 .v jo!- nibbed ri'ii.iiiiiu .Till o! her viol.i'lons of Ihe inl'i late 1 ntmiOTi ' laws sl.nll Ii ' illi I her prr: ..''-.I Ill lilt' COlll'li. 'I'll- ll'.'ll'l" -IlibC'l k (tlliTill,; .! broaijil HI t ; -,- in', ii .1 1 inn (j 1 ii H in' v iii mi i-.i 1 lt'IJUi,.l'l' 'I 111' ,MUrnill. Ill pi I- tion iii j'i"-"nt, in r ' 1 1 11 n iii 11. r.l I I'.'lll'f .,. tll.it 1 1,' V. IS CP.' U!' ' "II -fifl'TKO that If the I It III i, 1:1; '1 i.. I.ll'e lllllv pi UMie iiliil wi ll i n ill' i. It would secure h i i.'tiU'V ttlni li v 1 1 1 1 1 ' J he "rr.. on.l I'f vcr-.al of :ill hi-.her to Soil Nine Millions cl Acres . Ah-Ol'iated I'leSS, Cliii.i.fi, .Inly 2h A ' ni'il in to jibe terms of mi U I of th" la.-t ff ." 1 :.iiii cf 1 nnnress, r 1 -m 1 v 1 n l; rcslric. I lloti.' oil ;i 1 1.1 11,1 1 urn of l.iii'l owned hy I mi lit bets i f I In1 luo Mvilinl 1 nil.-., of Indian- in I k !.i lio'n.i , w h ; 1 h wiiit ' iiilu f'.l.'i t "Moinl.iy, .itiniii ii, 0011, iiimi ! of III 11 .i l ll 11 ll lla ! ! 1 ill In i up, I Iii'i'.ihii' n ,11 .1 'i to p'l 1 . ha. .ri ... I I.IW vv'il :-o ,ir I'lttaril purlin.' ;iu: I OH IH'il li V III. I., 'HI. nil ,1 I 'i(,! tl Willi t'lo. of i,tli. r pi roiii v rou it.--. - CONVOKE TURKISH PARLIAMENT Affectation rnv:i, Constantinople, July 2e - The im perial trade made public today ion vokes ihe first Turkish parliament under ttip new mriHt it 11 f ioti for No vember 1. The dm imiu lit appeals to 1he ppniilc to i:rrt.i( di"'iiiiiiiHtiatii)ii.i, hifh, It i-nyi:, only impt-dp thf prog- fPf-.H Of PVf'lltS. MOVER IS RE-ELECTED President of Western Federation Few Speeches and Much Educa of miners Will Pursue Same Policy Aluorlatcd Presn. Pmvrr. July 2ft. fhnrlrs Moypr as rp-pprti-d iircsidrnt of the W: t crn Fdfratinn of Minims by thp con vrntion hero tol;iy Moyor roci'lvod 22?, voti'a iitul SS wrio slvrn P. W. Flynn, of PiiIIp, Mont., ivprr.rnta tlve of the liidiKili'i.'il Workers of tho World. ('. K. Muhonoy. of I'.uttP. w.in ifi-clPrtcd vli p pn"-idi'iil. llra vpr wns (hosfii a t li e mprtiti-; plmo rtPxt ypar. I11 iicrpUiiK ttip Plpctlon Moyor Fa'd tlio policy of the p.irt v.o.lld In' thn pulley of tlio future. VANDERBILT'S STEP SON IS KILLED AssoiMatod rrPt. Paris. Franco, July 20. Wln rhrop Sands, ntppson of V. K. Van dorliilt. was Ullled In an nulonioliile ari ident noar I'olxy this mnrnins. G. Wlnthrop Sands was a ion of (hp prrwiit MiY,. V. K Vaiiderlult by her firat husliand, Samuel Sands, who was killed ut a Meadow F'.rook hunt, somo years hro. Mrs. Sands was married to W. K. Vaikle rbilt In The ncrldonl orciirnvl at 7 n'cloi k this mrnlns just, onfuldo of the grounds of the V'anderbilt's tirani.1 fnl rountry seat, at. Chateau ST. Louis pppoissy, twenty tuiK':'. from Paris. Sands was riding with Mm chauffeur when the auto left thn road and struck tree with torri ! In forrp. Tim car ovorturned and Sand und thp Chauffeur were pinned un der JV wrrcknRp. The Rasollnp tank Fnn a1 romm At TYPHOON EFFECTS STEAMSHIP CO, isocl:ifi"d I'res.H. i'ati !'!'. mi i si o. July -A cahle .;i a in 1 1 1 ei ed at t he of 1 ii i of t he 1'.m,I:i .M.iil SI 1 :i ni: h 1 p cnniprtiiy of illi.- citj .''.'lies ili.it during the ty phoon tji.it m.i'ciI lion.; Kmi; Sun day n 1 ! 1 1 . thi half a million dollij Friiniie iiuildiim in whuh M10 in 1 ilil.il if I i 1 t s of Mi, iiiiiipany were loi.ited ill, v.ai de.-l roved. The .-learner l'i r. ia was sri! unround at. Kow I.oiii, hut. piuliahly can ' .'avid. SOCIAL GIVEN BY EP WORTH LEAGUE Tho social Riven hy the Kpworlh la as up at the homo of Mir. G. T. filier lait evening ua.i a Rrpat suc- w a : lira '1 1 1 1 a ml the erVT'd il'v dp' .-I-,la pa noiK. the l.'l1i and I'U. lawn and on i-iv ' lie linn rated with f'owprn lali'el'll'. were Inim; over and pori h. KiisMi' S"an; wi it scm lured over I'ef 1 e: h r 1 1 1 1 1 . : W ere tallies nil the porih. Miss Midee had a !.irp. tlhle of iet pi 1 1.-. which ; he 1 old and a r.ie.ii deal of money was raised hy this means. The object nf the social w"n to pet money enough to send a nVlecalP to Crojius Christl. A larcp crowd was prer-ent and trie party d'd not break until midnislt. TIip fo! I n in c ladiPS ( oniprised the social (ommlttee: Mrs. CaFtlehufy, Mr. .. !.rw. Mi.,..c.i nafs, I.amheth. Oliver, MiCee. lieal ltatp Iransfer?. Ira Wih.-ter 10 Fust Nationdl Bank, lot ('.. in blni k 2. C. O. Wolllm .suhdinsion lilock , Mirror. W. H. Knox and wife to ('. N. Caler, lola 1, 2, 3. and 4, hlnck ;.'3, ,.':or, $1,323. M. A. Hudson and wifo to J. V. Unison, a part of seition 170 in blni k 2. A. li. &. M. addition to Aina rlllo, SI.elHi. J. .S. noltoii to Jennie V. IlPdnrk. lot. 1. hloik 143. Ilpmonp. $2.r.tu. Mary A AndPison to W, (', Mar shall, lot in, lilo, w 1 Oil, (ilenwnod Mr. and Mrs. .1. L. Smith leave to day in' Coipua Chris-ti, wliere Mr;. Smith will prohal'ly stay nil fuiii mei'. Mr. Smith will return shortly. 1 VAN WILL in A mull I lo dun Cluh. A lar.p coiirtiqnnient of piperm? and rhells having reached here, the futurp sessions of the club will see no premature cessation of pliooting due to lack of material. They havn enough to run the'm the eniin' sea non. Tomorrow evening at (i o'clock sharp an e.vcepl ionall y intcreMInc shoot will take place and it In rxpect ed that pvery memher will ninke ar dent efforts to iie present. St. KoiiIn Wool. Korlafel Pre. v... t':t. I.oiiIp. Jul 21. Wool neadv, iinclianpd, I'trtit'iry and wi -lirn med- medinni I ,'1 'i l Fine medium 1015 I'lno DK12 GAIIS AND NELSON FOR 45 ROUNDS Associated pret. i"an Kranrlcco, juiv 211 -Fiphl promoter, Jame Coffro'h. lai t niRlit arranged for 11 4' round Pout pp. tween Jop fiann and Hunling Nelson to tal.p poire itl '.he afternoon of Sept, ;i. at the Ml .ton Mreet fiav.l lion. The forki's "f $2..'im0 and n side are to be pebUd. Jury ( an t Aniee, In the ca.-p nf the htate fi:aln t Jo, eph Moore, the llowerv taloon man, rharj;prt with having sold two bottle, of whiski y lo a man naiiu'd lh;erlon. Ill yiiilalloii of the liw, tiie .in t y- failed to nisiee, and were di -charged with liiht rm tlon.t to rr 1 -H-iiihlii at 9 o'clock in (lie mot niii);. TYPHOON DOES MUCH DAMAGE Associated Press. ('anion, July 20. - In the rteva-tat-int; typhoon here ye.,ierd.iv inoriun.? I In H1...I in) of native i raft, in ; I ml 1 Hn ,.ntiri tli ft. of flower boat,: and many l.unu lie.-, were swainpi d and many people drowned. In ih'- it many house:, collapsed, killhu ih" occupantii. nira 1 T PLACE Magnificent Vcio cf 240,350, Biggest of thi Contest, Puts Grcont Girl Far in Tiis Lend Again tional Work the Plans of Campaign Associated Pre'iR. Fairview, Nob., July 2l The first, authentic outline fo Mr. llrynn's plan of raiitpak'.n n.i.i secured today from one close to him. A few pre pared speeches will be niailp at cen tral points, nearly all by the first of October. Pui in:; October he ex pects lo remain at hum' and assist in educat ional work of the campaign fii rough a discussion of public ques l!o in Interview.;, signed articles a.id litters. Mr. Hryan is expe'et-d to issue h formal re)ly to attneka upon Him in 'faffs speech of acceptance. WOULD NOT ROOM WITH NEGRESScS v-md the wreck eauuht firp. Wted Sands and the other . rrihly maimed and burn- Jed at 9 o'cloclc ' Sheriff Kecton yestenlay'rcceived a wire from Sheriff C. I-. F.allard or Itoswell iiskin? that Lillian Kay, 23 years old and (I race llriscb 2 1, be taken off lb,. I'e.'os Valley train, he having; indii tmeutf nv.aiii.--t I hem for oblainlin! money by false pretenses. Keeton and Hiieklnphain met. the train i-ei ured their quarry, whom they at once removed to the jail. From the girls' stalemeiil, It would appear tii.it the sirls werfl shipped from Kansas City as hole help, mid on arrlvinv; in Roswell were rrriiiirod to room with the no vress help. This they declined to do and decided to v;" hack to Kan sas. City. They declare there Is absolutely no rharse nalnst them, unless it bp on the matter of transportation which was furnished them on their departure from Kansas City. Sheriff Ballard will nrrl com time today and take his prisoners back to Koswc'll to answer the chargv , Marriajip. W. Ui,-rvt: and Hornier A, Culley were married at Waterloo, on thp Hth, arrived In Amn a few days aco and intPiid lo make this their homo. They are ln catPd at present at. 2nJ Johnson. C. who Kan. n 1 1 o flaplist ( hui-cli Notices. The finishint; touches are heiiiR Riven in tho interior of the new Bap tist church building, but it will not he ready for use next Sunday. The pastor, )ov. it. F. Jenkins, boin out. of town, there will be no preachinu. The Sunday school, how ever, will convene at D: 13 a. m. and the Sunbeams at 3 p. m., and the Youns People's Fnion at 7;lr., all in the old huildlns. Pra.er meetins lonisht in the old building at S ; .' 0 o'clock. Kamlall County Complete. Special to Pally Panhaudlo. 'Canyon City, Texas, July 21) The following Is tho complete vote of Randall county for the offices be low : For Governor; Cam libel I 12 Williams 10fi For Attorney General; Pavblson Wynne For Submission: ISO Asainst submission , . . For local option Asainst local option . . . County officers were as follows; County jiid:e, A. N. Ilenson. County Attorney, AV. p. Seott. County and district clerk, M, p. Ga rner. .Asserpor, Joe Foster. I'reasurer. P. H. Younf". For representative: Mowman . . rs Hunt 213 120 143 3!i 33 : nominated Lady's lVntrli for Contof.tant. The coniesfant who gpts the watch in tho Popularity Contest, will have every reason to feci pleased and proud. IC.S a beauty. Sep it in Pltt tnan'a jewelry store window ro in side and have a elosP look at it perhaps you will find somPthing rlr-e fhere to please you in tho big Jew elry stock. The i BCanjXYZof- A SCRIES OF Tf.N JKLKS ON ADVKRTISINO wriitcn by Scninw Ijion ol Phil Jclphl : No. l A story is told of a prisoner who called the judc a fool. The judge fined him $10. He paid the fine but asked: "Do you fine people for thinking, your Honor?" The judge answered in the negative. "Well," lj said, "I think you're a fool still." U If I should print ray personal opinion of some big advertisers 1.': as not I'd get fined; but it is perfectly safe lo think.". - - , If a traveler came to you and talked of the stuff which his house prints as advertising you would put him down at once as an idnt. The talk is unnatural; sounding brass and a tinkling cymbal; unreal, insincere, dead. The reader feels that it isn't the advertiser who is talking; that there really isn't anybody talking; that the words are just printing. Good advertising is good talk; the frank, honest kind that convinces. An advertisement of one hundred words should make the reader think five thousand words ; and herein is the whole secret of good copy. It isn't what you say that counts but the chain of thought which your advertising creates. The more you fuss over your advertising copy the poorer the result. It isn't a job to stutter about or to apologize for or to burn midnight oil over. If you want to make an advertising hit all you need to do is to talk to the reader of the newspaper as you talk across the counter to a customer. Two Irishmen chased a wild-cat up a tree. Pat went up to shake him off while Mike remained below to catch him when he fell. Both were successful, but Mike and the wild-cat were soon in a rough and tumble scrap below. Pat called out "Shall Oi come douwn an' help you howld him, Mike?" "Naw! Begorra, come douwn, Pat, an' help me let him go." Advertising is a wild-cat up a tree. Once you have shaken him off, the problem of "letting go" is quite as difficult as the problem of "howlding on." But what you need in cither case is nerve; and a reasonable assurance regarding the future. It rarely pays to splurge. Make your appropria tion deliberately and carefully. Prepare good copy. Advertise continuously; every day or at least every week. Your store is the seed or the plant. The advertising is the rain and the sunshine. You can't rush the growth. It may take weeks or months to produce flowers or fruit. (Pnpyrlifhi, 10ns. by Triliun Company, Phlcc ) aln the Pnpulai :!y ('"lit e l ot lii',' I'd old I.- I m.'r lied inio a lieiu sil'd f I'.isiui'iil v Au I o- llio . i'i mill t'lui' the l nle !'i:l ii' Gi'ioin per formed the le.il, iiil ilii-. I in.- he leaves inn him' ,,f th,. previous re- I i'1'd... A lll'illi': t III I'l oe ),', tef- day of 2 l".3.'ili ::m ; her ;i ."im the position of honor mid pl.ne. h. r 123 i ' I . . i a head of I. r lean .! op ponerit , M i. s Fra n Mia. 'I'lllS hi;; Mile j , tin; :o I fell. .1 tional one of the lollli.l. ,nj ,i;:.lill the vol.. U purely the i . !t of her own rtioi I ... Wo 'i a i.d i an mi hit .illii i' I half a million oii s in a smaU place like Groom and Ihn lountry near, it. ert.nnl.r cm . p-u-sihh' that candidates in 'he la .-i r tow us ha i e any i an. ' f i r n . -i iloi ; : "I ua Itv as Will. A re I i i . I Ii i 1 1 i c: i'l, to so to Groom.' I' siiiely r 1 1 1 o . I'l, i in ie w , ( 'a on n n .1 w ould he inoi t it y i ii;; i i Ama o'bi r town-; to l ave tin ; be the i a -e hilt it ie;iiiH to loot; l.l.e Grnom now. Wllal's the mailer W I ll rii.iulew'.' I II.i : Jerb ho null '.' Win re is the bo. ted pride ami Imahy n Cany'in'.' j Is Mi..R Slay inoie popu!,ir or ii '.! i ooiii more lo.'. a! j Daily in tin. iieilr.t. Jeruho M'd j Ci.ii; tin .:mi!iil'iii':, wi re jiim li f-aie.l l y local contestants; later, rialnvlei i mi .ej mlslvinns with the bis: vote! that wire turned in. But nobody feared tho ' little Kirl at Groom"- the town was too umall, they nald. And when she turned in her first big Mile they iild she was dono and hal pet all there was to pet in hey lim ited territory. Today she U the rnOBl le.ind or any contestanf. In the ram and jiiilly so. Her ftrenRth la un known, 'fho volea thtiH far slvea for her Imvo been ohlalned by her on iintirln;' and unaided efforta; when friends Ro to working; for her,, n k Is likely to be the rase, big rM nulls are to he expected. Mi si Slay eertiilmr has ererjr cair e to feel n nenso of Ratification with Hie votes she has secured; tl7 are pretty compliments and may well lie nceepied as a handsomo trlbuts to her personality. Shn In making a brave fivhJ. In this contest and de serves the loyal support of every li'lend. Another Rirl who hardly leta a day po by without making some Inereass of votes b Miss Leone Brlen. Her persistent, efforts ar gradually brliipini; her nearer the top. Today r.ho received a neat llttln vote of iiisii'ly fl.noo. SIIS. FAILURE AND DEATH T, A. Mclntyre Co,, Facing fcr 51,000,000, Loses Head ol Co. By Deal!) Associated Tress. Baltimore, Md , ,1'ily 2''. Thomas A. M I n 1 1 head of Hie failed firm fif T. A. Mclnirye Co., died here today. The. cause ot lib; death li said to have In en l',: . :lil'.. di '. .ise. New York. Jlllv 2'b - The : loci; ' excharive Is f'rm In iMle of Mrln ,Uyc lailitie for m'f $ 1 .uiiil.Mfiu. Mc Tiityre was i lulu-ted on chaise;; of j Lire ony prowlm; out if tiie Imiii's j tt am. actions. 1 t - TAFI BESCGES STEAM SIIOVELEB IT'S IIISGEH AfiRAVES For Head cl Indepsndence Tick-el-Bryan Man Mobbed as Trailor i. Associated Prt'M Cini irinatl. Ohio, July 2H - Win. U. Tii ft will remain r.t the T.ifl I'.'si- deie e t hi'fiii i hou I the day and leave I with Mrs. 'fatt and General and .i. Henry forlun for Hot Si ri.'s, 'a , (o- I niclit. M r. 'fa ft f. ll no illness from i the effects of nut if n at Ion (lav. Jilillie 'faft waH today brought in to niember.,hlp of the :te;iiu shoi.l union bv a romniitti ftoiii that rr pa ni..it ion. DECIDE TO FIGHT STANDARD 01 Associated pre?s. Lenox, Ma; s.. July 2''. ft w.i . learned that in a eoiif 'ivnre the ;,o e'l nnietit attovpi vs t'lil.i;, u a.i a i Iiioii :; ly decided to lake steps I 111 Died 1 .1 tel for th" retrial of the cnimnal sins agiunfct tho r.tandai'd Oil company. Associated Prota. Cliicaso, July 2D. The first na tional convention of the Independ ent party finished its labors Parly lod.iy alter nominallnK Thos. L. 1 11s fin, of Massiicliusetta, for preiddrnt, and John Tcniplo Ornves, of Geor Kia, f"i" vice president, and adopting a platform of pinclploH. The noral nation of llisen was niado by a vote of S31 out of r4.i on the third ballot. Graves was named hy accla mation. John I. f-'heppard, of Kan sas, who a I em pt ed to put "m. J. Bryan In nomination, required the protection of officials lo Pave him from tiie Infuriated delegations. Ha was ,,Hi'oi ted from the hall while tha delegates MirjTin.2; behind -were de iioiincint; hi rn us a traitor. V. C. Veale of Brpckenrldge, Ste M'lis roiintv, left for home last even ing after bavin;; spent neveral days witli hi.; brother, .Senator VealB. SHOOTS AT BOAT CARRYING TAFT 2 ill" Associated Press. Cini Ititiall, July 2H. The steam er I.laiul (linen was fired on dur ing Us trip up the Ohio river last niuht wiih .ludfo- Wm. H. Taft and the i.otification committer aboard. Mrs. C. B. Knssell, standing on th hurricane doi k directly under tb seat oeitipied by tho presidential nominee, was struck In the face and brea.-t by a number of small shot, hut not seriously injured. Very tew on lb" itennier knew of tho occur rame, and Judge Taft waa not told The shot was fired by an unknown nian from a shanty boat moored to the Ohio Mo of the river. J . l V ' -.!'. ' A INMMNMM