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VOL. XXIII. AMARILLO, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 29 1908 NO. 44 TOM P A T7T vie J0 IN NS I YAOUIS EEATEN NORTON BRYAN DECLARE: YORK CITY AND STATE HIS tacralic Candidate Also Gives Assurance That He Will Carry Middle West and Sev eral Eastern States J'aiatocla-ted PrebB. " New York, Oct 2H. Uryan was in evolUnt spirit when he started on hi trip n the ktato today. A "I have had a delightful ami good tint. during my May in New York," said ho, "and 1 hate Iraruod something. "I learned no wnte a great of lime lu sleep. Always before, I supposed man nutht have eight hours sleep. Nil, 1, JjUhJ w : jroa Xcw Yorkers thrive on fivo hour." 4 "What do you think of tho signs?" was nked. "I think tho sign arc improving all the t imo. t "Do jou expect, to carry Xcw York state?" "I certainly do. And I expert to rarry the entire Middle Y-st a well and some caate rn state. "Wo will have enongh ami more. ' "XehraMia i ure, and o, I hink, In Ohio." IELIEVE TEXAS COTTON BELT TO WIN OIL CASE Victory Oyer Waters-Pierce Be fore Supreme Court ' ' Seems Sure BIG PENALTY AT STAKE ROM LOSES Fire Dsstroys Track, Goal (Me, 200 Tons Goal and 3 Gars Trust Attorneys Show Signs oi Lost hups For I lie if uieoi Aaaoclated Frews, Washington, p. C . 0-t. 2 R. That Toxas likoiy wlti win the recoiver vbip case against the Waters-Pierce Oil company was shown today to a. ertain uxtent by tho apathy of tho trust attornevs and the enthusiasm and confidence of tho Texas lawyers. U l firmly believed in court ojr olrg that tho dm promo court will tiirow tho cnKt out. In which con tingency tho company must pay the hflgo penalty assessed by Texas. The oil attorneys mado till;, tight tsaiuft a combination receivership and a penalty in cash. Tho Tcxans expect ii dismissal of the company's appeal. Attorney General Davidson and Llghlfoot, Hates and Allen represent Texas. www . RAXD JURY URNS IV 60 INDICTMENTS Special to Daily Panhandle. Mount pleasant, Texas, Oct. 2S. Tiro early this morning here de stroyed the Cotton Holt road's coal chute, 200 tons of coal, three load ed cars and fifty yards of track, The. loss is J2O.O00. A torch at tho lop of tho building; started tho blaze. The loss of coal cripples the road In a serious manner. Tulsa. Okla.. Oct. 2S. The wash out of fifteen hundred feet of track at Verdigris was not repaired today and the Frisco tiain service i.s not resumud. It wlj be delayed two more dayr. . urmM tuiKD to death. Special to Dally Panhandle. Waco, Oct 28. Policeman A. II. Knott, woll known here, died late last night, after having hiccoughed lor more ilnui a month with only one Intermisstou. Physicians are puzzled. FT. WORTH SI KkS TO MAKE STARTMXtj SHOW Special to Dally ranhandle. Fort Worth, ot. 28. Citizens to day petitioned the war department to secure 5,000 soldiers, cavalry, In fantry and artillery and dirigible balloon maneuvers here during the Texas Cattloralaers show. Dallas! and Oklahoma City are al'-o seeking the maneuver. f H?harhie, Texas. Oct. 2S The grand Jury today returned f r t,:i iri(iii tPietit:-. hi'ti look a re ' I cocs. .Hurlns fur weeks r 6Bloii tha grand jury reiuroed 110 Indictments breaktns; all it record here. WEALTHY FIOXEKR OILS. Special to Dally PanLandlf. Denton, Texas, Oct. 28. W. C. Reynolds, a pioneer stockman, and one of the richest North Texas cIM zens, died late last night at Roa noke, aged 76 years. H.; was the owner of an immens" tract of land in West Texas, M SPELLBINDERS E FURIOUS WHIRL : New York City and Stale Seething Maelstrom of Political Excitement ' ' n Svs Yrk. O'l. 2K. At midday of the work of I lie livst week of tliit. renmi klle preHideittial canipuigii find tht) xilitlcnl haul at it height ami tJio "hrvy artlllr:ryM of the iwn leading partiw ul work, hlofly in Sew York t'lty and kUte. That New York Is regarded hr Iwth a. of lni Mrtaurn i evidenrd in the iireweuce of Htit preldepUI candidates and one Republican yire yrehi. -k dentlai candidate in or near the city. Mr. Kern continued hla tour In Indiana. Itisgon, tho catiNdale of tlin Indoprndeiico iarty for preaident, i In CounnUtnt today, ( haftn aiid UutUiu, of the Prohi- bltinniitH are M'heduled to Miieak at Atlantic ( lfy boV Baltimore and Ieh in preurhing Sorialiam In fr Illinoih. Of liienibrrs of the lahluof Senrlary of Statf Root to apeak In ( tnrliin.tti tdiilght and Secretary of War Wright at Richmond, Ya. At the kajti' time, In every nook and corner of the country speaker of leader note, member of both hotitea of eongreM, candidate for all manner of office, it Kate and local, and just plain "V'llmDdern" In halla, t'rom rart tallk harrelhoads, are pounding away, each at what ho regard a tho "Enemy," prophwjina nltlmate prosperity if hy verrtlct of the people In their wldom hi ticket win and dire calamity If the people in their Ignorance elect the tr rajidldrto of the other partr. MADISON SQUARE GARDEN THE SCENE OF BIG BRYAN RALLY IN NEW YORK MONDAY NIGHT VrrgM-v ,fy , - - . xii? lv iii wit' "Xx . 2rt m-iff mxmz ppfm 0&p0mm j BELIEVE YAQUIS ARE CONQUERED i - : Chief Killed in Battle With Mexican Troops and 34 Kcstiles Surrender : CASE PUZZLES it ' Bifcbre, An., Oct. 2d.- It I believed permanent peace haa been established by the atate of v &onora, Mexico, and the Yaqui Indiaiih, following a 'fight in which it is believed the chief k of the bofctlle Y'aouis va killed. Thirty-four hostile came into the city and surrendered. Governor Torres returned from Europe yesterday, and a treaty favorable to the Y'aquis will probably be signed this week. Mining meu and mining lnveitor are pleased with the news, a. it i known tliat some of the richest gold field on the continent lie untouched In the Yaqui country. If is hoped that at an early date exploring parties will be able to gef Into thl hitherto Inaccessible region. Tho Mftviran govern- ment will lend all aid poawible. , WWWKWWWWWW IS TAFT DAY IN NEW YORK AND RALLIES TREMENDOUS Candidate is Day in Metropolis Hughes Accompanies Associated Press. w Now York, Oct. tfH. TM I Judge Taffa big dy In, Creater Vow Urk. ftet a dajs Korie of speeches In the titha and town ul-nK the HikUoii beton Xev York and Troy, Tat retarned to Xcw Yo-k tfxliiy to he the central figure in the btggettt Repub. lican day f the political campaign In the nielropolls. ' Tun" irnii. ( due o reach lere before booh and from that I into until in ..if .ir It rr nlinoat every moment o the can dlditte'a time l. as'-ign . o variou pai"t of the city, a At noon he had -.1 engagement to speal before n big gain a erlng at the West Street Farm" and the day will clone with, a nia- meeting at Madlhon Square Garden. The interim will be divided between many meetings on Man- w luitlan land,, aod In the Uronx, (pernor IIiiuho will accompany Tart on part of lia nying trips today, and will he one of the principal speaker at Madison Square garden tonight. NORTON D EATM I REIYI ARKABLE IS PUZZUNG POLICE Sheriff of Hardeman County Says Jap Emperor Wanted U, Goes to Scene of Tragedy Fort Worth, Oct. 28. The myste rious death of H. 13- Norton, the rich cattleman of Quanah, l h'ill unnolvcd today, although new clews have been found. Sheriff Walker arrived today from Quanah and sava Mr. B. Will ac companied Nortoi and hi i-on here. The woman went nn to Corinth. Texan. The boy Mill Is missing and It l believed he was murdered. Mia hat wa found on top of a box rtr. Mr. Norton found clubbed Into insensibility il 2 o'clock yesterday morning, and died at a medical col loi;e during (he day. l'ort Worth, Oct. I'S. Advices re ceived hero thi. afternoon from Cor inth say that (', recce Norton, son of the Quanah cattleman killed here, Is In DallaH with his mother, who met the youth here. isrowxwooi) iioTEi, iMM;i;r. Prownwood, Oct. 2$. The crown hotel, Rrownwood's prlncipalhostelry, and owned by the Texas Rrelng company of Port Worth, was dam aged $ 1,000 lale last night by fire. PATH l T IS RELEASED. SENATOR'S STORY S. Fleet to Quell Own People 4 TEDDY ACCOMMODATED Necessary to Bluff Jingoes From War With , America Associated Press. St. potersburg, Oct. 28. Nicholas Tfichaikovsky. the aged Rustian pa triot, who hat! been imprisoned In this city nearly a year, was released this afternooL. A hundred pound subscribed In England to cover the bail demanded by the Russian gov ernment for tte release was receiv ed yesterday and deposited in the Imperial bank today. Anacenda, Mont, Oct. 2S. A Ka liapell, Mont., dispatch eays: "That the Atlantic fleet was eent to Japan at the request of tho em peror to over-awe tho mutinous sub jects was a remarkablo statement made by United Statea Senator Jos. M. Dixon in an addrew at Kallupell la.t night. Senator Dixon said It was known at Washington lone beforo tho fleet started oh lis voyage around the world that it was the sentiment of many Japaneno tho venture would likely cause war. This sentiment was not shared by the emperor ami hia counselors, ,but was ao great that they ce-ould not mako headway against it. Then It waa that the emperor deV elded to ak president Roosevelt to assist in clearing tho situation by sending tho large and imposing fleet to strike terror to the hearts of the Japanese who Insisted ur.on war with a power of whose immense resources they knew nothing. It was ao ob ject lesson. Roosevelt was communicated ith and later (he plan was approved and the great fleet prepared for its trip around the world. The object lesson, said the senator was successful even before Ui fleet reached, Japan ., iMkaaaaa4.,a4 a . m , ..i... .,..