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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 11 April 1907

U . .' T 1 The TTTT T tl v Herald w eeKiv v. VOL. XXII. AMARILLO. TEXAS THURSDAY APRIL 11 1907 NO. IS ADDRESS TO JURY Court Room Crowded to More than Capacity This Morning When Jerome Began Address to Jury in Thaw Trial lAnoclated rresa. New York April 11. Jerome fin- luted at 8:48. Fltzgernld ordered l recess until 4 : 1 r before beginning 'till charge to the Jury. It was District Attorney Jerome's turn In the Thaw cb today. In summing up tho prosecution's ease against Harry K. Thaw Jerome disclaimed all intention of entering Into n oratorical contest with Del- mas but It Is seldom that an" ad- dress mora powerful morn subtle more logical la heard la the ourt room. From cold logic he passed to Wtlng aarcasm and then Invective with hero and thoro a touch of pa- thoa. He had tho closest attention of the Jurors and tho spectators In- cluding the Thaw family. Hla defense of Stanford White whose BplrU he said seemed to be hovering In tho court room begging to be heard before It was blac...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 11 April 1907

IT . THE WRI2KLY HEIMLD AK?IL n 1007 Wc buy Life Insurance Policies and pay more In cash than the companies Issuing them. Wc also buy policies subject to loans. Call or write lor terms. McKnight & Williams OEISnWAL INSURANCE AUHINTS rbarttadt Bulletin Amarillo Ta Homes for People I I Who want Homes at Tricei within reach of all will do well by calling on us. See us and buy a home now. Choice Bargains in Ranches and Town Property lade & J P. O. Box 683 PROFESSIONAL CARDS Thomaa F. Turnar W. Boyct Turner & Boyce ATTOJtNBYS-AT-LAW Offtoe Over Amertlle National Bank. Amarillo Teiaa Tohn H. Wills REAL ESTATE and ABSTRACTS otter County Organiaed Amarillo Laid Out and John H. Wills' uum unica a- abllshed tu lS7. VEALE & CRUDGINGTON Lawyers Amarillo. Texas DK..!.J.MAr.NA. J T)(HCart of Ere Ear Nose and Throat. Glaaaoa Fitted. Rooms 7 and 8. Lberstadt Building N. J. WADE Attorntyat-Law Raynaldi Bldrf. rt. Worth.Tat. Practice In State and Federal Courts. Pusinesa of non-reside...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 11 April 1907

rry-t''ii rtvr rr r-w rty -' THH WEEKLY HERALD APRIL II 1907. J County School Land for Halo. Tho Commissioners' Com t of Irion Bounty Texan Invite sealed bids for ny ona of the conniy'B four learims of school land situated In Ilnlley and Cochran counties said bid to bn rJeMversd to the undersigned on or fcoforo April 15 1907. The Com- missioners' Court reserves the right to roject any or nil bids. W. F. FOKE8. County Judge Irion County Shor- wood Teias. Estray Notice. INotlce !i horeby flvcn that W. n. (Seely baa taken up ono brown mare about 12 years old branded N'P on tft boulder und lior yearling colt not branded; that tho two havo been svpprajsod. at $20 and that rams iwttl be told according to la.w U not alarmed by owner. FRANK WOLFLTN County Clerk. R. E. EDMONSON Jr. AUCTIONEER Public Sales of All Kind Conducted Special Attention to I'artns and Farm froperty Household Good F.tc. Write me for Terms and Dates CLAUDE TKXAS ItursjyH I&IH House b t Ik. IwUtfM U ... Mt w Ut"M -....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 11 April 1907

-- "r'T V' V THE WEEKLY HERALD APRIL II 1qo7 4 THE WEEKLY HERALD Published weekly on Thursday at 6J Polk S'.tnU. Amarlllo Texan. p. K. imi;ki;.v publisher. 8. A. imi:VSTJ:it. Editor and Mgr. Entered At the PoHtofflce ut Amar- Jllo Texaa ti aocond cIikc mull nift ier. Official Organ cf City of Amarlllo uiul Potter Count ADVEIIT13INO HATES: Display 16c per Inch eh Insertion Local Bo per lino tfcch Insertion CTaealfied lc per word flrt lner- tlon. Vto per word each aubea.uent jmierllon. BUBSCItlPTION 11.00 PER YEAR The Herald will caae coming to you when your time explrei units we ere authorlaed to continue it. fchouU any aubscrlber fall to ro- reive The llarald regularly plean advlie us at once by card or tele- phono. Aay errors reflecting upon the eharuoter atandlng or reputation of anr Deraon. firm or corporation which may appear In tho coluinna of The Hersld will be gladly corrected upon IU being brought to the at tentlon of the publUlicri. THUnSDAV APRIL 11. 1907. ttTLB RAILROAD B...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 11 April 1907

'V'v'ytl' . . . . THE WKHELY HERALD APRIL II ' t)Of -o-o-o-o- rvrxir-irr.K SiStUl 3-0-0-0-0-0-0- AY YOU CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS ! WE WANT TO TELL YOU SOMETHING Don't You Like This Town? You live here. Your bxiiunpM Interests aro here. Your homo U here. You aro rrndinpj a Mail Order Catalogue. That indicates that you aro rot spending your money in this town. Yon are ppending it with strangers in a big city. That city has no nan for this town except to got yonr money. This town has use for your monoy. If pent here yonr money will help to build up the town. It will help to build up your. own business. w i- - -v That car of Cor- rigated Iron we were telling you about is now in. We Can fill your order for any sizes Tuzxta In the long run more of your money will come back to you if you spend it at home than if you send it to Chicago or some other large city. You spend a dollar with Smith up the street. Smith spends it with Brown around the corner. Brown is just as likely to spend it with...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 11 April 1907

tf Vuv . . . . TUB WEEKLY HERALD. APRIL n I9O7 7 1 OFFICERS HAVE LEAD BUSY LIVES I H. Kindred and W. H. Ingertonv Old and New Postmasters " Have Seen Stirring Times if the Country's Development : . An American of the middle West With ft New England ancestry from tli stook which nado the first Mas- sachusetts aottlements and which KItm him membership In the Sum 1ft the Rerolullon tod makes him el- igible to the Order of tho Cincinnati is W. K. Ingerton who takes tols place thli week at the trad of the Amarlllo postofflce. And when the Order of the First Panhandlers I Instituted Harry Ingerton will prob- ably te the dean of the aenlor roem- kere. W. 1L Ingerton was bora at Co- I umbo a Ohio Just at tbe clone of the war and at the time tila father Captain W H. Ingerton waa In the regular service In Tennessee. Cap tain or Lieutenant Colonel Ingerton a tie waa ranked was of the Fourth United States cavalry but waa then ervlog la tbe Thirteenth Tennessee eavalary. Ho waa assassinated In t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 11 April 1907

VT THE WEEKLY HERALD APRIL 11 1907. Fu Hack to the farm I sl-f That's where you get good coffer. None of that "fr?sli roasted loose by the pound " store stud from nobody knows where full of dur.t atmoBphere and soiled hands but the real old genuine cgj and suar coated Arbuckles' ARIOSA Coffee wliich the folks keep in the original package and grind in the kitchen. That's G.ffrc 1 Conplm vr.lh til irguicn ruti of t) NilinnJ Pur Feud Law Gu.rmn No. 2041 iiti tt Wuluiftua. TEACHERS WILL MEET PanhandfeTeaciiers Association Prepares Interesting Pro- gram lor Gathering Teachers from nil over the big territory covered by the Panhandle association will attend and take part In the spring meeting of the organi- zation which will be held In Ama- rlllo on the l!)ti .and 20th of this month. Sever. .1 prominent educators of the st:ite outside the district will be In attendance and President Crce. T. T. Work of the Denton Industrial school will discuss the Interesting ' phase of school work with wh...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 11 April 1907

' . . 1 I r tv ; THH WHHKLY HI2RALD APRIL II 1907. i 1 1' ! i I! CELEBRATED WITH MOUTH AND ilSCLE Mayor Miller Director of Company and Panhan- dle Dick Bowman at Driving of First Spike In Main Line of Street Railway trrom Friday's Dally.); "But we are not satisfied with what e have done" aald Mayor Mil- ler la apekklDf to the citizens and visitors who had gathered to wit- ness ttie eeremonles thla morning at lb driving of the lint spike In the Amarillo atroet railway. At the turn out on Polk street In front of the Amarlllo Oraln and oal Co. 'a store where the temporary switch merged Into what will bo the main line the officials of the city and of the railway company officially made the beginning of this Important en- terprise. "I the last year or bo" tald the mayor In his brief opening spnech the city of Amarlllo as a city has made many steps forward. I will not take your time to enumerate tho tklogs which are well worthy of con- sideration. But I will enumerste them ag among the mo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 18 April 1907

'W w r S ' ' .' i . 1 (- " i i (- i i ' 1 ...vi LtsriiJ The Weekly Herald VOL. XXII. AMARILLO TEXAS THURSDAY APRIL 18 1907 NO. 16 STOCKM MEET AT ROSWELL N. it Cattlemen and Visitors of the Panhandle Congre- gate at Roswell to Attend the Convention of Panhandle Stockmen Special Corresponro. Roswell. N. M. April 1(1. The Panhandle Stockmen's hsmx lation convened here today In annn;il eon- ventlon. The city Is In gala attire nd tho citizens of Jtonwell hmo mad great preparations for the or- rasion and to give the visiting stock- men Atir others who may attend the convention anil rniiic ir the city dur- ing the convention ;i good thin1 and fcespth jfirctin and comfortable quarters Arches have been creeled at In- tersections of hcvoral of the Inisi- ness streets decorated with alfalfa nd othrr green inatoiliil. Tho load- ing stores of tho city have decorated their show windows and Interior for the occasion with appropriate dec- orations nt'd several windows are to be seen. Handsome desig...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 18 April 1907

THE WRRKI.Y HRPAI.O APRIL I. O07 We buy Life Insurance Policies and pay more In cash than the companies Issuing them. We also buy policies subject to loans. Call or write for terms. McKniffht & Williams GENERAL INSURANCE AGIilNTS tbcretadl Bulletins Amarlllo Texas Homes for People XtTli wn rv IT mii ac of T'rlrwa well by calling oil us. See us and buy a home now. j Choice Bargains in Ranches and Town Property $ Blade St 2 P. O. Box 683 PROFESSIONAL CARDS Thomas T. Turner W. Boyce ' Turner & Boyce ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW Offloe Over Amarillo National Bank. Amarillo Toko John H. Wills i . ' REAL ESTATE and ABSTRACTS Potter County Organized Amarillo Laid Out and John H. Will' Laud Ottico Et- ablished In i88t. VeALE & CRUDGINGTON Lawyers Amarillo '.. Texas DR. J. J. I IAIN N A' t Disenses of lye Ear Nose and Throat ' Cluui Fitted. Rooms 7 and 8. F.berstadt Building N. J. WADE Attorney-at-Law noynold Blda.ri. Worth T. ' Practice in .'.Ute and Federal Court. IMiHfiicf of non-resident...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 18 April 1907

ViKYVYT m TV TflH WlIIiKLY HERALD APRIL 18 1907. ft 5 1UL fl85M 171 1 . WHIOHUFE Af i" "-.. 'si" !' .'."..'mV- BEE Tbe Champagne of Botfle is made bv a nrocess cxclusivclv our nwn. with the result j i that it is different and better than ordinary beer. The absolute purity of raw materials the art of keeping the materials pure and wholesome in the making the perfect barley and hops which we buy the field the yeast which we make ourselves and our dcrground ageing process arc all responsible for the pcriority of quality and flavor. You can't help but like it. J. H. PATTON Phone 245. 413 PolK Street 1 f" M m Mi - m m It L3 V 'Site Mil 5 II Notli'c liorcli.v filvrn that V. n Nfly (aKfn up nnn hrown mam alinni 12 yw.i old hrmliMl N'l" on left tihoiilHrr. a nil hor yiMrliiiR colt not brandfil; (lint I h o two have Ijpoii Hiiralnoil -it $:'0 ;tinl til at B.imo will tin hoI.I a"'fiHtia 1 1 la.w not molalmH 1' owner - ' ' 'furit y Clerk. I ST. MARY'S ACADEMY V v CLARENDON TEXAS y a y frlrrt H...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 18 April 1907

THE WEEKLY HERALD APRIL 18 !oo7 THE WEEKLY HERALD hHshed weekly on Thursdays rollt Street. Amarillo. Texai. i-j. houses rubiuhrr. ;'..;i:HTi;it Klior and Mgr. U-.-erta nt the Postoftlce nt Amar- 111 Texas H8 second duns mall mat ter. Official Orgcn of City of Amarillo and rotter County ADVERTISING RATES: Display ICc per Inch each Insertion Locals Cc p"r lino etch Insertion ClB'Hirtc'l Jo per word first Inser- tion. VaO per word each subsequent Insertion. SUBSCRIPTION $1.00 PER YEAR. The Herald will cease coming to you when your time expires unless w are authorized to continue It. Should any aubarrfber fall to ro- celve The Herald regularly please adlHe us nt once by card or tele- phono. Any errors reflecting upon the character standing or reputation of any person firm or corporation which mny appear In the column pf Tho Horald will be gladly corrected upon Its being brought to the at- tention of the publisher. T8HUR8DAY APRIL 18 1907. RECIPE FOR A rUlHT-CLAKS T()VX. (tilt. Vim. Push...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 18 April 1907

rv - v f ' THE WKKELY HERALD P?IL 18 I9O7 a Fit M Baylor & KendalPs S$ He Mad TB Is Your Form REGULAR? Are You TALL AND SLIM? Are You STOUT OR CORPULENT? You'llave a fit here if you buy one of those fine tailored suits that so many others are buying. SI l.oo $13.oo $15.oo and up for fine two-piece suits. $18.oof $2o.oo $25.oo and up for elegant three-piece suits Hats Shirts Underwear Socks Shoes; In fact anything a man wears from his head to his heels. Everything needed to accompany the suit from the latest block of hat on one end to the neat shoes on the other end 4.4 P Street SAYLOR & KENDALL BRYAN'S TRIBUTE ireat American Citizen Pays Tribute to His Departed Friends Reading In the telegraph of the Islt of William J. Bryan to. Austin ind liln vIMt to t:ho gravn ;of Kx- iDxernor Hopg nnrl the modest tr!l- f n friend h there paM to the ory of his depnrted 'friends " I t.i I lie ciKtnr of tlio Daily .. lie llkn turning back llio Mil 'of lime. The art was' so like .iir. ryyan ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 18 April 1907

v "X -y hm t I TUB WliEKLY HERALD APRIL 18 I9O7. IN miSON FACING TKI.W KOIt lAVK WKlTI HISTOHV. : Secretary William 1. Haywood Writ1" (Mailed Misery of War Itctwren Western Federation of Miner nml 0erulr. 44.4.4.4.44. Jjrlal to Dally Panhandle. ' " Boise Idaho. April "The jtrongest most progressiva nd earless labor organization 11m world ver inew" U Ibe way Secretary William D. Haywood describes Hie Western Fedoratlon of Miners la a history of that organization' made public recently. "A body of socialists anarchists and criminals whose officials havn encouraged tho luwles among them Xo fommtt crimes and who are aim- ing at tho overthrow of our present lystem of government" is the almost anlversal characterlgatlon of the ailne owners. For nearly fourteen year th opei ltors of tho western states nnd the ft'estern Federation of Miner havo keen engaged in the bitterest labor Hruggle In tho Malory of the conn try culminating In the arrest of Hay- wood Moyer and Pettlbon on the rarf'wf co...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 18 April 1907

THE WRRKLY HERALD APRIL 18 1907. GwipCei with oil requirements of the National Pure Food Law Guarantee No. 204 1 filed at Washington. 1 .1 I r f Advice ot the largest coltee dealers in the world is always to buy the old- fashioned Arbuckles ARIOSA Coffee in the sealed packages. Don't ask for a pound of Mocha and Java or buy hv the price for Goflee fluctuates and you cannot get the same coffee for the same priceail the time unlet you pay too much for it. Most of the so-called Mocha and Java Coffee is simply masquerading and is not nearly as nod coffee for you as Arbuckles' AR103A the blend t .1 n T f tr i i . .i it ii ? . i t-i .i or ine tiftunian v-oiiccs most suitable lo uie laste and health ot American people. Dy the look there is no difference between roasted Java and Brazilian Coffees; many people drink Prrilian hut pay for Java. The principal difference is that Arbuckles' costs you leys. It is a mistake to believe that a high price guarantees quality. When you buy Arbuckles' AR...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 18 April 1907

T j' 1' " 3 k 1 t i TUO WEEKLY HERALD. APRIL 18 1007. -r - FOR CLEAN PREMISES Clly Officers Invcstlgata Rubbish and Wasti Kulsmces and Make Oefflnlti Sug- gestions to Property Owners (From Thursday"! Dull)'-) One bunliioBg man got wind of th Imprndlng vl"lt from th nfflecra yew tfrday and put his premlBca In the most Irroproarhahln condition licforc the official InKppctlon reached hi place. Other wcro rn fortunatn and not every cone were tlio officer or their HURKeRilon received with unmixed checrfulucHH. City Marxhul Snider nd nr. W. W thirty the city houlth officer mado their flriit official InBpectloii yenter- day bejslunlnn on polk atrcnt and mado a number of pointed xnd uVtl nltu ttuKfCPKtloiiH rcjsm ding the care of prorata. Cl'y Marshal Snider Ih niaklng tho InHpectlon from the itandpolnt of fire protection nd will trek to remedy tho waste paper and nflanioialilo rubblnh nuUancc. Dr bhlrey la Interented from a annltary ttandpolnt and la InnhUlM on the llapobal of fclops and w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 25 April 1907

VJ llJIJJt I t . I Ml he Weekly TT Id. ner VOL. XXIK AMARILLO. TEXAS THURSDAY APRIL 25 1907 NO. 17 ; t GRAFT SIFUG IN PENNSYLVANIA t ' ' . - i Commission of Pennsylvania Legislature Investigat- ing Graft in Connection Willi Furnishing Capitol Find Causes for Criminal Prosecution if Associated Treat. Harriaburg Pa. April 24t As a result of an Investigation by the legislative commission Into the ex- penditure of $9000000 for furnish- ings and decoration of the now state capltol it Is probable criminal pro- ceedings will be Instituted by the etate against certain person! who Jiave prominently figured In the In- vestigation. Tho commission has been Investigating the chars of ex- travagance over charges duplication la payments of bills and fraud for nearly two months and lias yet to take the evidence of many Important persons who have knowledge on the subjert. Whether civil suits can be brought has not been determined but the members are convinced that It has demonstrated that criminal a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 25 April 1907

THE WEEKLY HERALD APRIL 25 1 907 PROFESSIONAL CARDS Thomas T. Turner W. Boyee Turner & Boyce ATTORrTltYS-AT-LAW Gfflo Over Amarlllo National ian. Amarlllo . Tesae John R Wifls REAL ESTATB and ABSTRACTS Totter County Organiwd Amarlllo Laid Out and John II. Will' Land Office K- ablUhed in 1887. . TEALE & CRUDGINGTON Lawyers AmariHo Texas DR. J. J. IIANNA --Diseases of Zym Ear Not and Throat cuhm rated. Rootn 7 and Ebentadt Building N. J. WADE Attortey-at-Uw ftri4a B14. r.WrkT. Practice In State and Federal Courta BtminfM of non-rmidenta given per- pr.i attention. S W. Phone i8o. Dr. Horace ML' Walker Oittepathlc FhyslcUa Graduate of American School of Osteopathy Kirkavillc Mo. Cfflce la Canon Bldg. Fhone 33 James F. McFadden Of the Indiana Land and In- vestment Company of Mount Vernon Ind. has opened a branch office at Groom Texas R. E. EDMONSON. Jr. Al'CTIONEII Public Sales of All .. . Kind Conducted Special Attention to Farm and Farm Property Household Goods Etc. Write me (o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 25 April 1907

f THE WEEKLY HERALD APRIL 2s 1907. " Well I That's Cheap" "Best Thing' I've Seen For the Money" So our customers say over and over again. Our "Long' Suit" Is a Suit of Clothes We Don't Forget the Boys. See the Boys' Suits with Two pairs of pants and cap to match. Fine Line of Shoes for Boys SAY LOR a KENDALL Send Us Your Mail Orders. 414 Polk Street. v 5Kf BOOST AMARILLO AT JAMESTOWN Kansas City Man to Put Southwest Put- liclty Booth at Exposition for Exhibits of Cities A Kansns City man Is taking m a proposition with t ho Ominierc litl flubs of various cities In the South- west to maintain an advertising cx- lwblt ut' tlio Jamestown 'exposition Ho has Included Aniarlllo on his list unci f the business men of the city are convinced of the substantial val- ue of the whenie this city will bo systematically advertised at the""bTg; Atlantic coast exposition. The Kansas City man culls tho airaiiKnient. he Is fitting up a pro- motion bureau and to carry out the work hu has uermed u eor.ee...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Herald — 25 April 1907

THE WEEKLY HERALD' APRIL 25 Iqo7 THE WEEKLY HERALD published weekly on Thursdays tt;61 Tolk Street Amarlllo Texs f V. K. IIOKSEX PublNher. 8.M. BREWSTER Editor and Mgr. -T Entered at tbe Postofflra at Amnr II lo Texai a second clusc mall mat ter. Official Organ of City of Amarlllo and Potter County ADVERTISING RATES: D(splay 16c per Inch each Insertion Locals. 6c tier Una each insertion Classified lo Dcr word first Inser Hon. Ho per word each subiequont insertion. SUBSCRIPTION $1.00 fr'ER YEAR. .Tbt Herald will cease coming to jou when your time expire unless are authorized to continue it. Should any subscriber fall to re- ceive The Herald regularly pleaae advise ua at once by card or tolo- phone. Any errore reflecting upon the character atandlng or reputation of ally person firm or corporation which may appear In the column of The Herald will be gludly corrected upon Ita being brought to the at- tention of the publlBheri. THURSDAY APRIL 25. 1907. THE CAR SHORTAGE. (Dedicated to the...

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