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THI3 WEEKLY HERALD, AUGUST 6 1905 THE WEEKLY HERALD Published weekly on Tbursdayi M 111 Polk StreU, Amarlllo, Teiai. Dy r. k. noFiiicN. Entered at the Fostofflco at Amar Jllo, Texas, second clad malt mat ter. Official Orgatt of City of AmarUlo and rot H-r County ADVERTISING RATES. Display 20c per locti wca insertion, local lOo per loch each Insertion. SUBSCRIPTION 11.00 TEIl TEAK. Tho Herald will ceuae eouilni to you when your time expires uulosi we era authorized to continue It. Should any outse-rlber full to ro nlva Tbe Herald regularly, ploaso adrUt ua at one by card or tele phone. Aay errora reflecting upon the character, standing or reputation of any person, firm or corporetloc which may apiear la tbe columns of The Herald will bo gladly corrected upon Iti being brought to the at tention of tbe puollshori. THURSDAY, AUG. 6, 1908 COMMON' bF.XStf AND COMMON HKA1TH. ..;-. Tba Philadelphia board of health haa Issued a bulletin which may he called a guide t health and which abould be generally read. The bullet 1 n Is a model of clear, torso, timely advice: 'Clean water, clean foc, . clean houses, clean clothe, clean bodice, keep tin heal thy." A careful expansion of this proposllon court It utt-d the rest of the document, which wont Into min ute details concerning method of nbservlng cleanliness, one pungent statement deserves repetition hiiJ emphasis: '""ho d.tl'y fc-.'H U the bent reatmeut In the f It'ltl of preventive medicine." The home without a bathroom ran nave the price of ono out of lt medicine bill, Especially strong Is the emphasis aid upon the Importance of clenn lood. Summer time Is fly time, and fly time meant filth, and filth meant disease, and disease means the dan ger of death. The truth needs to be hammered homo, In season and out, that dirt la not only ugly and a sign Of bad housekeeping, and unrefined porsonal habits, but that dirt is pos itively dangerous.. Drive away dirt and the doctor will have to follow It. TUt sienace of food exposed for sale on the street, where all the germs that travel about town aro given a hospitable- welcome, Is stressed by Dr. Abbott; the to nida tion to buy such Is great just uow, Tbe cheapness of slightly spoiled fruit makes It peculiarly perilous. If the men at the head of our boards of health bad tholr way, Americans would lose some of their good-natured easy-going ways with reaped to their food supply. They would poep And peer and Inspect and Inquire and crlllclzo a great deal toore, until (the slovenly storekeeper and restaurant owner would be for ced to clean up. A dozon particular customers would transform any place of business that Is lax In this particular; ifor tbe money nerve It the moat sensitive of all nerves more sensitive Indeed, than con sciences. WIPE TIIKM OUT. A national campaign against the house fly and mosquito has been planned and Is about to be begun by the government bureau of Insects, It will cover the entire country, and In Its prosecutlou measures are to be urged by which not only communi ties but whole states will be enabled to rid themselves of these deadly enemies of mankind. In order to attain this end It la necessary merely to adopt a few sim ple and well-underBtood methods, tbe application of which may be Intrust, ed to local boards of health. Where the mosquito Is concerned, however, It Is deemed advisable that there should be a general control by the nates because of the fact that certain species of these tuneful .marauders are migratory and liable to appear suddenly In multitudinous swarms in places far from their breeding areas, giving profound discouragement to local efforts toward etermlnlon. The bouse fly Is strictly local; It never goes far from the place where It was hatched. Furthermore, prac tically all house files are bred in stables. Hence it 1b a simple matter to exterminate them absolutey. There is no doubt that house ft UN and mosquitoes transmit germs and that some of them find their way In- The extent of Infection from this source cuu not be exactly known, but the safest way U to keep t lie m out by tho use of screen doors and window screens. . We do not Intend to steal the smoke of the Clarendon Manner Stockman, hut wlhh to borrow Its Idea on "the panhandle as a Humninr resort." Our Panhandle summer 31 mate Is Ideal. It la healthful, In vigorating, neither too hot nor too cold. It Is death to dlseiiHo germs and anything but conducive to tho health of tbe "pestiferous" monqul. to and fly. Colorado climate Is "not In It" with the balmy atmosphere of The panhandle plalna. Hummer ho tels, built on a large hi ale, could be profitably maintained In every Tan haudlo town. In fact largo nnd up-to-dst hotels could be made to pay well throughout the year. Four negroes were lynched Ju Kentucky Halurduy. According to the press dispatches they bad ap proved of the murder of a whlin man' by another negro and voiced their approval In a colored loitgu meeting, Smattering education and membership. In lode's and societies are Instrumental In making bad "niggers." A president eating with a n-Kro goes far toward putting tho whole black race 011 their metal and awaking them to ft spirit of nrro gnnce and self-liiipeirtanct which bodes 111 for themselves and moro annoyance for others. Incidentally "tho law's delays" have to 1helf credit four nioi "good nlgs'ers" n Kentucky, Wheat and oats In trnln loads ure leaving the Panhandle for the mar f N of ehe world. Invariably tho ;rr ! Is th0 best and tht price paid ll.u hkc.-il. Thus he time of actual production Is here u earnest. The Paiihnndle has entered upon the era of agricultural prosperity. Our farmers are swelling their bank ac counts and getting ready to further Improve their fsrpip and extend llielr fsrt'iln-? ureas. The condition Is u healthy one - one we have looked forward to for some years. Many new homes are In course of erection throughout tho city. Gen erally the new structures are of the larger and more substantial class. Veoplo are building homes In which to live In comfort and contentment. The shark of tho early days Is a thing of the past III Amarlllo. Tbe city can boast of more stately, well uuilt and well kept homes than an city of Its size und ago In the state. At least 1&, 000 people read Tho Dally panhandle every evening. How many read your little dodger, Mr. Merchant? It usually lands In the gutter or In the back yard. News paper advertising is high class ad vertising. It Is taken Into the fam ily and rend by the family. It Is given dignity by the paper and bor rows much of Ha value from tho ntvs of tho day which surrounds it. But the ninln point newspaper advertis ing roils less than dodger advertis ing. It Is a proposition of five to ono In the newspaper's fuvor. Willi you take the trouble to lnvebMatu tills question, Mr. Merchant? - "Win. Patten, a young Englishman resident In New York, has Invented a gun which uses no powder, steel bul lets being fired by the turning of a crank. The bullets are drawn In by a vacuum, carried with tremendous force around the cylinder, nnd then expelled with mich force that a half ounce ball has a C00 foot pull. The bullet kills at 2,000 feet. It Is said that tbe new firearm is capabe of doing more deadly execution in a few minutes than the Union und Confed erate nrmleH did at Gettysburg. Pat ten got his Idea from seeing a fly Wheel bunt. And H rained some more! The graceless prevaricator who first cir culated the slanderous report "thai It never rained In the Panhundlo" has long gone to bis reward. His disciples have taken to the woods to escape nummary treatment. Ve Kct rain in abundance; we have our big spring and fall crops In he stack, or in the granary, or the money In our pockets. We have prospects for late feed cropB as we have never had be fore. We are going some, In spite or the detractor and prevaricator. . Amarlllo needs more houses. Ev ery day enquiries reach The Dally Panhandle for bouses that can be rented. Good tenant houses are at a premium. Four to six room houses well located, readily rent at $36 to $45 per month. If our population Is to have a chance to grow we must have more houses. Men who have means should build them. Good ten ant houses are good Investments In Amarlllo and the men who build them are doing much toward encour- "Whit maintains Amarlllo?" la a query often hoard from thj Hps of stranger, our wholesale business, our railroads, our factories and shops, our agriculture, our retail business, our real estate interests, et. Amarlllo Is me,ln,e; onward, und the power behind th0 movement Is tho spirit of enterprise" prevalent with our people. Wo realjn that wa have all the essentials for the build ing of a city location, climate, re sources and the will to do tho work. Watch Amarllllo grow. A verdict of $1,623 returned In the cane of Katehrlne Collins against a brokerage company at lleno, Nev., closed a unique damage case. The plulntlff aliened that she suffered In jury requiring two separate opera tions hccniiHp mio was compelled to sit at her typewriter work on a cane bottom chair sceral Inches loo high. Expert evidence as In what const I lued a proper typewriter's chair formed tho feature of tho two days trial. - - - A few years ago we called ipnn our people to plnut trees. The) did It. Hoon now we will bo compelled to uck them to trim the trees. They will do that bIho, since a tree nicely trimmed Ih a thing of beauty, whlln one allowed to grow wild and out of proportion U unsightly, not to speak of tho Inconvenience of dodg ing Ha stray shoots on a dark nig'it. Tho Dally panhandle haa passed tho second annual mile pout of Its existence, it's a very healthy huby, thank you, with lis eyi-tee:th cut. swaddling clotheH discarded and rea dy to don trousers and high-top boots. Panhandle air Is ntt neces sarily bad for a newspaper's heal h, nnd we huvo evnry hopo of nuifslng our fledgling to a full-grown, self reliant metropolitan Journal. Tho Canypn Cl'y News has been sold by ilro. B rare! on to un Iowa newspaper man, wtose nani0 la not given. Canyon City is reputed a good newspaper town, and Bro. Bran don has had "good picking" with little effort. We rexret to see one of the pioneers desert Clio profession, but wo extend the hand of fellow ship to tho (stranger who comes from the state we once called homo. On the 13fTi of August the town of Grown will hold It annual anni versary celebration. The writer bus been invited to attend and hns carto blanc privileges to lnvlte all Dally Punhandle readers. Groom people are royal entertainers, and all who will attend tho celebration on tho loth may rest assured of a day of rare pleasure, Tho Northwestern Texas press As sociation hods Its annual "confer ence" In Clarendon today, Tuesday and Wednesday. The writer expects to hob-nib with tho pencil pushers tomorrow nnd will prdhnbly be Ini tiated Into the Texas way of frater nallsm. After Wednesday look out lor a 'bust la the paper trust. Th0 weather man has come to the Rescue of tho water company. Lawus aiu not need sprinKLng fo;r a day cr two and the water reserve has a chauce to swell In tho Interim. It is to be hoped that In the iot very dis tant future we will not tte depend ent upon a God-fiend for sufficient water. A Philadelphia judge has held that It was not evidence of insanity for a woman to buy twenty-six shirtwaists at once. It Is unfortunate that such a decision should be made at a tlmo when the need for confidence In the courts of the country Is greater than ever before. A Nebraska woman read a recipe for what she thought was celery soup and flxew up a mess. After the family had all gone against It she discovered that the recipe was for celery soap. The doctor thinks tbe family will be ready to rluso by Monday, Mr. Gompers Is the target for tbe Republican editors' spleen and pois onous shafts nowadays. Shoot away, genlemen. Mr. Gompers wears tbe Karb ot Justice and right, and all your cantankerous ammunition will rebound to your own destruction bo fore the Ides of next November. , , The election Is over and let It be forgotten. More Important work is before us and every man should be at the post of duty. Building a city is not a light undertaking. The ta sk Is up to us and we must be equal to H. Pull, push, boost and buoy for a Greater Amarlllo. The people of Texas have spoken, and it would seem ibut proper that the pencil pushers of Tcxoa Allow Attorney General Davldnon to spend a week or two summer vucatlou In peace, Confidence Is In the air confl dfiice In the eHtaljllshnient of the packing house and the I n nt a 1 hit loti of an adeeiuate water system. And there 'a more to follow, The Dutch are preparing to spank Castro, and there will be no objection on the part of Undo Sum If they make a good Job cf It, Castro la well, tho limit. Though tho fact of latest returns Indicate th defeat of "submission," there Is apt to be some wrungHS; over the question before It will Tjo laid to rent. I, ate rains have once more brought to our notice the fact that many of our streets ure badly In nerd of grading. Now watch the northern Republi can press lament over tho recent "X editions of negroes In the South. How the Republicans love the negro around election time! Another fine shower yesterday. If the weather man keeps up his pres ent lick much longer we will soon be ubli' to add rlco to tho Hat of crops of the Punhandle, it Toft has accepted. Rrynn soon will accept. And the peoplo have from now until next November to ele cld;. which of the two they will ac cept. Kero.sene Is being exploited ns a cure for snakebite, No remedy for snakebite can ever hecomo popular that la not taken internally. Scratch beneath tbe skin of the gentleman who has no use for Bryan and you will discover a Republican. Submission or no submission, tho "Village Blacksmith" will continue to prealde at the forge of Cumby. Mr. Taft says he Is sorry he ever left the bench. He will be most sor ry by November next. ft Is tho easiest thing In the world to be a pessimist and the most dis agreeable. SPEAKING OF WOMEX. We want to say to you, Hiram, that you must be more careful in your comments regarding women. One of the greatest crimes you can commit is assassination of character. We heard you refer the other day in a derogatory manner, to a young woman with whom you have only a slight acquaintance, and who has always borne a good reputation. That Idle remark of yours mlRht be the means of doing that young lady an Irreparable Injury. It might be repealed by the one who heard you make It, and by him and others ex aggerated until It reached propor tions that would blight hr good nam forever. Be careful what you say! One of the prevailing tendencies among young men is that pf speaking carelessly and slightingly of the vir tue of women. All young women ai'e Inherently pure. Some are thought less und reckless and not sufficiently careful about their actions, but as a rule they are houest and virtuous und have no evil intentions. Mi ure too swift to place a low estimate upon woman's integrity. They will utter remarks concerning women which If said In their presence con cerning their ow n mothers or sisters they would quickly resent win a blow. But they forget that tho wo men they have spoken ofittlnat are the mothers or wives or sisters of other men. And it Is so easy to be smirch the good numo of a woman. The breath of suspicion can blight a life and destroy hope and ambi tion. Many a young woman has been driven to a life of shame by the wagging tongue of gosslpers. Speak well or women! A young man wno habitually speaks evil of women Is unfit to be trusted with any business requiiTna Integrity und honor. As a rule, he Is low-minded and Impure. He looks at others through nls own mirror, which reflects nothing that Is good and pure. .He Indicates to others that his assoclaes are evil and that the estimate he places on women is obtained from a companionship with those beneath the pale of re spectable society. Man's happiness In this life Is based largely upon his absolute faith In woman. She should always bo to him a pure and holy creature, and instead of seeking to discover her faults, man should be diligent In eviaiiin. her virtue's. A Jealous and suspecting huHhitnd s Invariably a man of a low and debased nature. Ho Is himself evil, and can see no good In others. Always defend aomunhood. "We know that men are not the on ly offenders In this respect, it Is too ot'tc'ii the cfl.se that women aro the most bltteT und unrelenting foes if their own sex. Their tongues are nharpcr than those of men, anil their sting Is often moro poisonous. Hut no good woman will slander her sister. Wlie may see faults In her, but If she herself Is pure and honor ablo Bhe will go to her In kindness nnd sympathy and seek to correct her, rather than drag her still lower down. "To the inre all things aro pure." And the man or woman who Is perpetually slandering and de runilng others, anil pointing out their faults, ure people to bo avoided nnd Ignored. KcKep a bridle on your tongue! No comment Is necessary for the following trio of paragraphs; Tile Elgin Watch company quit advertising last year. Tho announce ment of a big cut In net earnings is now announced. Fort Worth Telo grani. That was the experience of the Pope Manufacturing compnny nnd likewise of the manufacturers of St. Jacob's 1)11. It is continuous ad vertising that wins and keeps the balance on the right side. Dcnlson Herald. To set nearer home, note the dif ference In the business done by ad vertisers and those who are not In your own towns. Which class fur nishes the leaders? The truth Is so manifest that argument is out of tho question. Blossom Hee. EXCHANGE COMMENT. Governor Liinlwem Deuel. N" Young Texans can well afford to consider at the passing of Ex-Governor Lanhum, some of the charac teristics which endeared him to his polilcal admirers and won him sig nal honors. He was courteous, polished, re fined, a enreful user of English, and a dignified gentleman In speech, In Kct. One who had met him In his later years would have had diffi culty In believing that he drove over land In a wagon with his bride from North Carolina to Texas, that ho never went to college and knew tho guidance of only one school teacher, and that with no prominence other than that attained by a modest law practice In a little country town he was elected to five terms In the highest law-making body of Amer ca. He was Rlmple, glncere and honest, and everybody who knew him, knew that he possessed these threo char acteristics. Texas has had more brilliant governor. It has had gov ernors who could make speeches that would sway thousands and gov ernors whose words, after death aro still used as polltlcnl precepts, but It never had a more kindly governor than Lanham, or one whoso simple honesty was more apparent.. Born to the uses of lgncVmce and poverty, ho raised hlmself-'to a sta tion of scholarly refinement and un ostentatious elegance. Ho was a self-made man of . that finer tj pe w hich Is seldom encountered In theso days of gctt'ng rich rapidly. Gov ernor Lanham was never concerned about getting rich. That was one of his pleasing advantages. It would be pleasing to record that his latter years were marked by quiet ease and enjoyment of well earned honors. To a largo extent they were, but Texas Democracy ought to shed a tear or two today, for shame a9 well db grief, at the insult which It gave Lanham at one Of it8 political conventions after the governor bad retired from office. Lanham will long bo remembered after the mcu who were responsible for the discourtesy shown him at Dallas are forgotten. Governor Lunhum's name will he held In kindly memory by thousands of Texans, The record of his service to the state stands spotless nnd flr.e. He died with a smile on his lips, as a tired man who welcomes a Ion 5 rest. These things, nnd the knowi edgo that their sorrow Is widely shared, ought to mellow tho giief of his bereaved family. Foit Worth Telegram, "Laugh and grow fat," !s tho way th farmers of Briscoe county feel ;'bout the present conditions here. A fine rain set in last Saturday about noon and continued for ne'arlv twenty-four hours. It fell so gently that while quite a bit of U ran Into the lakes, yet the ground wns so tuar-uciOy wt. that so woric wut 1 dono in tho fields yet for novei":il days. Hut everybody was well u with their work und ready for tho rain. We now feel sure of good corn and nn abundant feed crop, und It will glvo tho people opportunity to preparo their land for fall sowing. Those who contemplate moving to the plains this fall need hav(. no fear of a scarcity of feed and other sup plies, us we are going to have plenty and to spare. 'Silver! on Enterprise. So runs I ho story from th" Louis iana line to the Mexican boundary, from Brownsville to Dulhart, from Tcxarkann. to Teriinguu. The pros pect for rich harvest Is entrancing truly, and despite Hie .great flood losses, which bear hard on numerous Individuals, the aggregate will bo something opulent and admirable. Tho best of It oil Is that tln pros pect Is fluttering all over, k sort of state-wldn flattery, no section having scored a failure. Dallas News. The Sugar Beet Industry. Colonel 11. T. Groom this morn ing received a letter from a South ern California sugar firm, making Inquiries us to the reported adapt ability of tho Panhandle soil for growing beets. The letter statog that tho firm now had under contract the erection of a 600-ton capacity refinery for a Cal ifornia firm and If th0 reports now current concerning the) wonderful growth of beets In the Panhandle were correct, they would gladly com mence operations of a similar nature ns nbovo In the Panhandle, prefer ably In Amarlllo. Time for Them to Give Texas a Re'st. Texas ueedu a rest, and It will show Its appreciation of thoso who gratify It. The politician most apt to commend himself to thc people is tho one who best practices the virtue of silence nnd equltude. There will be expedience as well n wisdom In sawing wood. Texas has been ham pered and harassed enough even too much. The men whose energies devolop tho resources of a state, and thus ameliorate the condition of the people, have been discouraged as much by agitation as by perform ance, it is as much the fear of to morrow as th(. dissatisfaction with conditions of today that deters men whose genius and passion It Is to build up. in some manner men of enterprise can adjust themselves to thc existing condition, even though It be a condition como of folly and injustice; bit the threat of some thing different tomorrow frightens the stoutest. Texas has a sufficiency of la-vi. No possible subject of legislation has been neglected. Our statesmen have shown, If not ot all times w: dom, at least Industry, such in i'i try us has reared pyramids of stat utes eclipsing In height, If not in breadth, those It took tho Egyptian. centuries to erect. If they hr.ve? in ergles left Impatient for exercise, let them ibe spe-nt In reviewing what h.is been done, rather than In devising new conceits. The hnsty work Is nearly always crude, and In Its ef tect somewhat wide of the marir. Not oven th wisest statesman shoots, always straight, and It Is no reproach tllat a lawmaker miss his mark. Tho reprooch comes, rather, when, i-. it spirit of enmlty or bigotry, h! refus es to examine critically today what he did yesterday, and when he re pels all suggestions of amendment as If proposed from sinister motive. In Texas there Is a big task of this kind. V'e have been piling up law upon law, accumulating such an In finite variety and mass of statutes, that no man can know thorn, nor. If ho could know them, reconcile their contradictions. The time is oppor tune for reexamination nnd revision for a weeding out, for a process of pruning. That being bo, there Is no reason why our politicians should bo como eruptive for a long time. A long spell of quiescence, nn Impa" Bive period, that tho men who LulrJ up may have chance to e.xerclso their energies and ambitions, will exceedingly become the polltic'ans and will receive, as it will deserve, the grateful recognition of the peo ple of this vast, undeveloped ttate. Dallas Nowb. If It's legal and constitutional to li.mlt the Interest rate on money loaned, why wouldn't It be legal and constitutional 0 limit the wealth of each man to a mllllou dollars? We would bo perfectly satlsfifod with such uu order of things, and would adjust ourselveg to fit the require ment end not cross the limit. W believe the great masses nf peoplo would ncquiensce also. Richmond Coaster. No doubt the editor of the Coaster, State Press and "the masses," two Of whom we are which, would enjoy our meals just ns much and our cheroots with the same zest aft.T fcv- .f a one-mil- 1I011 limit law, Just as we now have to pay whatever Interest tho man wno agrees to lend the money finds It In his heart to charge us. But would we or our friends, the masses, be uny better off If no man were allowed to accumulate more than a million dollars? Would Biich a law make it uny easier for us to accumu lut threo weeks provisions ahead? Dallas News. Delegates to County Convention. W. S. Roberts, county chairman, presided over a meeting held Satur day evening st the courthouso, for tho purpose of electing delegates to the state convention. The rcault of such meitlnr wus as follows; J. R. Bowman and B. t. Ware were elected dedicates to the state convention to bo held ut tSun Anto nio Aug. 11. O. I. tSellars and F. M. Shaugh nessy were elected alternates, J. L. Foster and C. C. V. Ulan chard were selected to attend thl Fort Worth convention, Aug. 22, for tho supreme judicial district. F. M. Hill and Hugh !'. D. How ard will utteud tho congressional. co nvention, J. D. Thompson and J. Floyd will he th0 representatives fit the dis trict convention and W. 11. Fuqua and C. E. Oakes will attend tho dis trict Judicial convention for district attorney. W. S. Roberts relinquished ' the chair ns county chairman and Frank Buckingham was duly Installed coun ty chill rum 11 for th coming two jears. The following gentlemen were elec ted precinct chairmen: Precinct 1 F. M. Shaughnessy. .Precinct 2 John S. Chesnutt. Precinct 3 W. S. Roberts. Precinct. 4 J. L. Foster. Precinct 5 C. L. Berry, rreclnct 6 F. M. Hill. Precinct 7 Garnett Lee. Official Returns. The official returns for county are as follows Governor; Totter CAMPBELL WILLIAMS . MS 268 tet' Attorney General; DAVIDSON E5S WYNNE . . CH Slate Representative: BOWMAN , 1023 HL'NT 128 District Attorney: BISHOP B30 LUMPKIN 609 BAKER 33 Count Judge; HOI. MAN 160 GO WIN 44 6 J I. T K It , , 639 County Attorney: UNDERWOOD 7S9 SAM CELL 443 County and District Clerk: WOLFLIN , 902 FEI ER ABEND 263 Sheriff and Tax Collector: FFRAKKLIN REED HNGHE3 iMcDONALD . . ... , Tux Assessor; PARKS , A IiN hiS MEURITT - 473 100 B4t 33 329 (40 261 County Treasurer: TUDOR . . 6S8 RAY 70 MURPHY , 194 HARDIN , 348 Hide and Animal Inspector: BRITAIN , 421 SADLER , , 354 SANDERS , 23& SNIDER 140 Justice of tho Peace; KIDD 543 KERR S06 Constable; 1 KEETON RS8 CARTER 592 WANTED An agent to sell tea, cof fee, spices, etc., at Amarlllo on commission. Bond required; wagon furnished. Write, Grand Union Jrtt Co.. Denver, Colo. 2a FOR SALE. Two Tmitfirtcd Royal Relglnn Btal- lions. 4 and 6-ycars old, chestnut and bay in color, sound In every way, proved foal getters and guaranteed. No reasonable offer will be refused. If you wunt a first-class stallion come ind seo them. They must bo "'' W. D, DURFEY, 27 tfc Clayton, N. M. .. . One Mimlercel, Other Robbed. Associated Ptmih Tacoma, Wish., Aug. 3 Franl; L. Brown, motormnn, was murdered nnd Conductor Windsor robbed early tjov jjy (our bivhwayniGD.