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f - i t Weekly Herald VOL. XXIII. AMARILLO. TEXAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 17 1908 NO. 51 9 $'t ' The Governor Would Use Militia to "Keep the Lid VENEZUELAN MADDENED' POPULACE IN WILD WAGE AT CAPITAL President's Pictures From Public Places And Tear Them to Pieces-Ruler Now in Germany-May Never Return to His Country negro bured ii Ell fa H2T:-J, Arms and Feel Burned Fro.il Body in Gclorsda as. orjatrd Yto'T-. Pueblo. C ilo., Iicf. I fi --John Ir- colored. -tiJ'l. '.l HI till' M itir- 1 p ! ,1 n t (it ill'1 Colorado I'lic! (run 1 -unii any,' of this city, was in M;i 11 1 h killed 11 ml his bend, arm anil l. 'I outned off I od.i y wild) a hl.'iHt '.'urn.LCc burned out, poti t i n h ii'i'iiiii if un-liko inciiil (ivfi- tho I rii 1 !i along. bio which li'vln, with two fellow workers wcro wrU 1 tip. The men dlh I r i n made a n almost in 1 1 ;i'ii lons escape In In was hurled In the molten me fil rfiil it required two hours to pot the body out. collector dowe's cam;. Washington, Dec, 1 il.- - - J'rrsidout. Ttoosewlt ls now considering the case ")f Customs Collector Dowe at Kaglo Pass, and Indications nru that Dowe will Ijo exonerated. . SAM DAVIS CON l( I in Gainesville oi rt r. Bpeclal to Dally panhandle. Gainesville, Texas, Dec. 1h.-- Alter being out twenty hours, the jury. In thf. car?o of .Sam Davis, ehai'Red with lh0 inui'dfc of I.eni Clark two years ago, this morning reported a verdict finding defendant, guilty of man slaughter, and "fixed his punishment at two yearn In the penitentiary. The defensp will ask for new t r i ;i I '.rrld If refused will appeal. Davis Is sixty yeaiv, old. At the fornier (rial ho received a twenty jear M'tiieiice. taki;s moi.isii ADvrt i: will i.osi; ii is 1 1:; Special to Daily Panhandle. Weatherford. Texas, Dec. if. Pieiro Colonna. an Italian, is suffering today frrmi terrible burns receiver nv pourtiir. mol ten lead ovev his leg, which he will Ioh". Colonna fell and sustained a slight injury and a bystander advii-ed ihn pouring of hot lend on the member us a i remedy. 'lie went lo th0 hotel, melted 9 b'ad pipe and pourei thr hi-wlding fllinl over his leg. HiR serean.f brought aid. 101 ETAL A.--hOriaU'd Pic:s, tunicas, Monday, Dee. II (via Willi'inolml, Dec. III.) -Tho people of arm as hit aroused today against President Castro. An infuriated muli, unhindered by Hie police, swcpl through the rii'y W H ( klll 111'llpri't.V of Ills llOIK'hllH'D and io.est friends. The people rounder lip all the picture of ( astro from clubs and oilier scnii-puhllc buildings and lull in (I t In-m mi Roulcvard tli Pla.a Picsidcut Cairo's uile In Vene zuela is prolialdy ended. I in I lit r dangerous demonstrations air anticipated. o lluial art deposing Caslro from Iho presidency has yet liven taken Inn such a tep is expected at any iiionieiil. An enormous crowd of Inhabitant of the capital, swelled by proplo Iroin the outlying country, gathered in (be M reels soon alter l"y break. the people began marching up and down llie main thoroughfares, and it nui easy to see thai Ihfir ill temper would soon result in vio lence. 'llie (Hilier stood by and made no atleuipl to restrain Hie mob. In spite of Holland's warlike dem ons! nil ions on fhe roast there has been no demonstration against 'Iho Netherlands. The fury of tho people has been directed against President Caoti'o and acting president (ionic, t.ui: m:th i'Knai.tv, Special to Daily Panhandle. I .a (iraiiKe, Texas, Dec. It!. .1 ei h n .lama was found guilty by a jury of the murder of his w ife, late yesterday, an,j whs given thf, death sentence. The wo man was blabbed many t linen. STATU SITKKMK (OtHT. Special to Daily Panhandle. Austin, Dec. 1 ii. Supreme ' court proceeding: Applications refused. Williams vs. Keith, Tom tireen: mo tion to file petition for mandainiiF grunted, Poller vs, Terrell, land e.ora missioiier. The civil appelate court, Third district, today affirmed Morse vs. state Medical Kxamlners from (.MiLcnnan, submitted for rehearing. Sprcial to Daily Panhandle. Wichita Falls, Texas, Dee. near Fort DENVER PASSENGER THA N DITCHED Harrold this morning. The engine, tender. baggage car and Worth officers report a number of .ssengera injured. Traffic was delayed several hours. Several Amarillo people wer0 on this train, among them Mrs. R. Lee Joiner and little daughter and T. T. Clopton and bride, formerly Miss Mary Browning. Efforts of thfl Dally Panhandle to se cure names of the injured failed, no response coming from messages sent asking for the list of those hurt. 1 IP .; i PEOPLE THREE MEN WHO FIOURE IN U. 5. SECRET SERVICE CONTROVERSY iiohlligton, Dee. III. Kepresen (alio I'eikliis of New York Is chair, man of (he special house committee lo consider the statement in the president's message loucerning the law which denies (he treasury de partment the tight lo lend secret M'fvlrc men In other depart ments lo uncover crimes again! (he govern ment. 'Mi,, president's remarks nlinvd nme of the jiicmliers of con grcs In anger, and the incident is likely lo he foowd liy souie lively V.V- 1 ' j v "wf&zyzsyyj' asm s GIANT CRACKER BLOWS HAND FROM TEXAS CITIZEN Special ti Daily Pannanflle. Greenville, Texan, Dee.' lfi. Geo. Mason, of this city, lost a hand today which was blown off hy a giant, flro cracked ui-ytf as a signal to a hunt ing party. Tho accident orcurred near I.ako Kuykendall. FA IX PKAD AT WF.IMMNTJ. . WaxahTIchle, Texas, Dee 6. While introducing guests at a k wedding near Boyce, lact night, Tom Kent, a well known cili- zen fell to the floor, dying al- most Instantly of heart disease. He was aged fifty years. ir'iir1k i'9:'i;;P - xmmM fe.--:-f : t , AJyfr u - v ' . ! r:. ; V,, U 1 ' .- s;-?:;A'v'-.vn'5.l-l ' ' f'V 4- 1 1 i rMTTiTrii mini i ii i m ,r- r I l' L i i K . -."4,1 TV J, M 16. The southbound Denver passenger train N. S was derailed RISE AGAINST debate. Thin r jji comrlses Itep reseutativo Pcrki s, who called fur Hi,, appoint ineul "f the committee; William J. Iliiiu, the secret service men who ran down the San Fran cisco graftei'n and t lc laud kwindlcrt, an( Francis X. tKuey, the San Fran i lscn prosecutor, nho was shot while trying a case in court. Il i the first plctur,. taken of Mr, Heney since llie Mhnoiing and shons hint w.th his head handat;eil r protcrt the wound made, by tho woild he astassiu'a bullet. CITY MARSHAL IN DEADLY FIGHT Kills One Thug and Himself is Beaten Into Insen sibility Associated Press. Toledo, Ohio, Dee. 16. Ao un known man wan Instantly killed and Marshal V. V. Wooda of Greenwich Forlously wounded this morning in an encounter with flve men In the railroad yards at hat village. Marshal Woods aceorted a man (Handing near the poatoffice and who was acting in a auspicious manner. The man said 'h" as waiting for a train and the marshal escorted him to the yards where four men Jumped from behind a ear and ordered hands up. Tho marshal drew hi revolver and began firing, killing on0 assailant, who returned the fire, and. beating the marshal into inarnift'bllity, es caped. Fort. Worth Livestock. Bperlal to Dally panhandle. Fort Worth, Dee. lfi. Cattle ceipts 4.400. Hogg 1,500. Steers, fair, lower; tops, J3.65 Cows, fair, steady; top, $3, Calves, fair, steady; tops, $5. Hogs, fair lower; top, $5.55. ,0. two cbalr cars jumped U ck. Down" Over the State NEW ENGLAND DANK LOSES ' $85,000 Fred M. Varney, Cashier, Is Jailed Under Charge of Embezzlement Associated Press. Washington, per. lfi. A defal cation of $8.VOno has been discov ered in the First National bank of Sotneisworth, N, 11 The directors asked the bank ex aminers to take possession of the in stitution with a view to voluntary liquidation. The district bank examiner says the bank has undivided profits of $2.-i,00o. and he considers the Insti tution solvent, hut Die irertors de dare they are unable to restore the Impaired capital which l8 $100,000. Deposits were under $.'00,000. Fred M, Varney, cashier of the Institution, was placed In Jail under charge of emherlement. IIG OHIO DANK GOES TO THE WAU Excif6me.it Great When Insti tution With Nearly Million in Deposits Fails Associated Press. Napolcou, Ohio, Dec. lti. The Citizen's State bank assigned to D. D. Donovan last night. The failure Is said to have been caused by poor loans; and it Is also stated that, it was brougTil about by th Ohio Gorman Insurance com pany's failure. The bank was considered strong, and as a result of the assignment great, excitement prevails. The deposits amount to $$3a,000. FIRE DESTROYS $10,000 IN PROPERTY AT MT. PLEASANT Special to Dally Panhandle. Mount Pleasant, Texas, Dee. 16. Fire early this morning caused a loss of $10,000 in the business center of that town. The flames broke out In M. Players' grocery, which was de stroyed. Harris & Bell's confection ery store, and a building owned by F. Schwab of Wichita Falla, Tex as, were more or legs damaged, origin of the blaz Is unknown. Tho WAGOV KIIXS mi.n. Mount Pleasant, Texas, Dee. IS. Bert Anderson, the small son of Z. J. Anderson, was fatally injured to day when he was run over by a water fart. A wheel passed over the lad's head. NEW RAILROAD FOR TEXAS. Fort Worth, Dec. 16 B. P. Cain of Tyler announced here today that the Gulf. Texas & Western will soon begin th construction of a new road from Burrs Ferry on the Sabine riv er t0 Benjamin, Knoi county. Later the road will be extended to Texlco and will pass through Dallas and ?'ort Worth. Cain says lack of ter minal facilities alone prevent rapid construction. CAST10 AMPQELL WARNING TO TEXAS State Troops Would b3 Called Out to Enforce Liquor Law SAN ANTONIO'S CASE County Attorney Declares Ju ries in B?w Turn Ccn y'cled Ones Loose Special to Dally panhandle Austin, Dec. HI. II is if pol led today thai Governor Campbell lold the San Anlonio ihlegalton thai he will delay his action pending the oh servanre of liquor laws in thai city. He Is also determined lo keep I he lid down llirongliout the stale if it lakes the rangers and the entire star militia. County Attorney Nevvlon of llctar county railed upon the (jovernor In day presumably o ee pardon for a certain convict. Newton declares he Is vigorously prosecuting violations of laws, hut little Is accomplished because juries turn the defendants louse. ME. BELBA, WHO RETURNS AFTER WORLD TOUR New York, Dec. 1(1. Mine. Melha, the famous prima donna, has just returned to America after a world tour and will lie heard in several operas ill New York and Philadel phia during Iho present, season. Lter in the winter she will be heard in concert in various cities in the United Stules and Canada. "Otelbi" will be on of the lirsl operas in which she will appeal'. The cust will ho the same as was heard in C'uvcnt Garden, London. HOPE TO LAUD EIS MEDICAL MEETIKG III AMARILLO FITOIITS Wlf li ISP. MPF. TO PT tl Hi: Till-: MMUCAfj ASSO- uatiox i;amii:i;i.g of 11)11). Tho Potter County Medlol aoclcly at h:i monthly s:ion thia week, ex pressed ft leti rniluitlon to land Iho annual meeting of th0 Texas Stato Medical a'-doclutlon, f"r Amavilla In 1310. With thia determination a la rg delegation of physicians and prrhap.t othor Influential cltir.ena will bo hent to Galveston whoro tho no.vl peuhlon is held In May. The plij i Icians state, that thero Is every reason to believe that they w ill be Mine. . ful In their efforts. JI'li'7 b:isu tl'l. belief large ly upon th0 fie t that last year tin city of Ainarlllu wa3 but second on the U.,1 notwlthotandins tho blren uoun fU;ln, M iu by Dallas. Another fact that will operate In the favor of Amarillo li that th.(i contingency from. th!: city and fcec- ' lion voted for tho Island City anil assisted in landing tho inecUtii for the coming year. From now utitiMtio tlmo of the Galveston ltieetlnjj ihe campaign wilt Le worked nil L with precision. A fight, will be made In Iho most stuJ led and thorough manner. Tho pny slilans claim that In thd event, of biiiiblng , l his Important meeting to Amarillo inmh good in every way will bo accomplished. Tho fight tor a better slate or liealth la on In t!io Panhandle, ot Texas. A bland ban been liiken against, the pprenj of ihe ereat white plague consnnip'V-li-. Tho battle ayain.-t typboi,) fever is to he wageit Just, as ceaseje sly. Other forms of Illness common to this country will hav0 a conKideta tion, and lh0 people of fhls city and sill Ion will be nn an opportunity to get clos0 range views of the best, manner and method of handling the various dlfetifes to which tliP cot" munitles of Plio Panhatullo are sf Jeer, few though they be. CIGARETTE IS TO BE SCORED TONIGHT .MASS MEETING AT riRST Rr. TUST CIIIIICH EVF.RYliODV INVITED. Several of tho leading congrega tions of th0 city will cnatnpe ln fhn iiiasi nieetiu;; thi.? evening at tho First Paptist church whero an Autl Cigurultn league will bo formed. Tli ovila of tho -lparet(o a,nd similar habit j will bo dUcui.-.e-d from the) Hlandpoint of tho.io who knoy by cx petleuco and oihcrwi.n their luflu enco upon tho .body and mind. Spe cial attention will 1m given to thu habit unions Iho youin;. Dr. Dora Walker of OiJahoma will b0 pre.ent atnl pivo iho .benefit of her thorough. Know led of thia i vll. Every parent iu t lie city retardles of soi'lal flat Inn I.i invited. Tho ob ject of the mcetlnn Is partially for an iiUereliatiiM.!ir ide.H. Primarily, IL Is to brin ; about tho fonnatin:i of a league ulti:naiely to snun I the (lentil knell it' possible if the i I-a-rdte In Amarilin; if not, this, then a lessening of tbf, virions habit. Attention i.( called t the tart that 1:0 tidmis. ,liiu is drug e.l, and further that no cullection ()r uii'i-rlng !.s tak en. It. Is de.uly ;i fight on lli,, I garette, principally anion,' the youth of the town. An- person having an interest In any child, his or her ovn, or that of someone else, is uree.i to be present. Thern will he frcodon of speech, and anyone hiving &oiva thlng to oft?r will bu welcomed and thanked to come forward, with it. Some of the states of the union Ime placed an inhibition on t Ii a treach erous and seductive little "smokes,'' and others ara taking sups to that end. 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