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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly herald. — 27 August 1908

"Lr. kly Herald. The NO. 25 AMARILLO.' TEXAS, THURSDAY, AUO. 27 1908 VOL. XXIII. We MY EMBED IN OKLAHOMA HE Burning Oil Spreads Fire in Coal Mine and Cuts Off All Avenues of Escape for Miners Flames Prevenf Rescue Mr A1MT. OMu.. An. 2..-0n of he worst mine disaster In the his "orv of this pun nf the Southwest vrurrorf at Hallevvllle. fifteen mil last of hie td:iy, when between '.wen'y-five nd 'hirty minora were :n!omh1 in ihp Hail Ola rosl mine vo l, in result a fln c f ir ihiii t If. believed haw shut off all im-ans f es ape. The men are still in the lower part f the ruino A1 noon a telephone nesfage from tke scene stu til that .he. fire was burning sri fiercely that t was impossible for rimers to en er ihp fhaft, end It was thought the e'niombed nipn must surely be burn- BRYAN AT BIRTHPLACE Entire Population Turns Out and Band Plays "Home, Sweet Home" Associated Press. .Salem, 111.. Aug. 26. t'pon the arrival here today for a brief visit to his place of birth, Mr. Bryan was accord...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly herald. — 27 August 1908

T 1 J THE WEEKLY HERALD, AUQUST 37 1908' FIX EE1 FAILED TO RESPONSIBILITY IT Local Authorities Handicapped in Prosecution Riot Leaders Through Lack of Memory on Part of Witnesses of (associated rreas. Springfield, HI.. Aug. 20. Final relinquishment of tho military con, trol of this city will taVe place to Jnorrow aa the result of a roofer nice between Governor Poncen and Mayor Young today. The First rcg Iment will da sent to Chicago and the remaining regiment of tho Sev enth Infantry will bo held In reserve In case tho aherlff'a force and police are unable to preserve the jieace tbe troops have established. ! Springfield, III.. Aug. 20. Loral authorities began the task today of overhauling the handicap on their ef fort, to fix the responsibility for the recent rolt, Imposed by the failure of the coronor'i Inquest to hold anyone responsible for the death of Hcott Hurton, the negro lynched last Frl Hay night. Tho opon verdict of the coroner's Jury was below the hopes of the state's at...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly herald. — 27 August 1908

n - . ' y Vvv. " ' ' L V v , MM M HMMSassMBMSiBm T. - - - - - " V,. . THB WCHKLY MI:KALD. AUOUST 37 190ft' B A i ' 5 SPEAKS ON ; TARIFF QUESTION I 1 GreCom nioner In Address Before Vast Iowa Audience Discusses Paramount Issue of Presidential Campaign 'siafl' rreia. Ponies, lows, Auk 2 1 NViI 1mm Irjan arrived hern ut 9;30 and 'mot y a crowd of h thou mnd i-ons. He was escorted to th iry hold, wIk'id Ii fonn) holil an impnmipi u recep tion. I Hi, hosts have come from all par'slowa to meet Mr. lirynn and fully DO people f idiii out of tn n ip H t d (u attend the tn big nifftilhl.s afternoon and evening, when Hrn filters actually Into the .i.uii by delivering his pcei Mr. ' Hie 111 the tariff. kf. Ilrjan' Adders-., iiiian, Ladies u ml licntld- Inotiftration speech I stated I hut. 'the campaign progressed. I wool Jicus the question, "Shall the l'le Rule." as ll applies to thn anoi5iiue8 Involved l 'hi cam paign! begin with tho tariff ques tion, icaiiso It la the mibt 1 jik! I n r of o. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly herald. — 27 August 1908

THE WEEKLY HERALD. AUQUST 27 1908 THE WEEKLY HERALD Published woekly on Thursday! t 616 Polk Btreot, Amarlllo, Texts. By P. B. ROESEN. Entered at the Poatofflca it Amir. Mo, Texas, a second clasn mull mat ter. Official Organ of City of Amarlllo and Potter County ADVERTISING RATE3. Display 20c per Inch each insertion. Locals 10c per loch each insertion. (SUBSCRIPTION 11.00 PEn YEAR. Tb Herald will cense comlni to you when your time expires unless ve are authorised to continue ft. Should any subscriber fall to re vive The Herald regularly. plossa advise ua at once by card or tele phone. Any errors reflecting open the character, standing or reputation of any person, firm or corporation which may appear In the cola'nns of The Herald will be gladly corrected upon Its being brought to the at" tentlon of the publishers. THURSDAY, AUG. 27, 1908 BARBER OX FREIGHT RATES. (From Thuisday's Dally.) A newspaper article, recently pub lished, was brought to our attention la which O. C. Barber, pres...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly herald. — 27 August 1908

THE EWEKLY HERALD AUGU5T 27. 1008 3 HRYAH SPEAKS ON TARIFF QUESTION (Continued From Pago Three.) to complain of tariff legislation aim ed ir"trubta. If they refuse to bh ulst us In exterminating tho principle of private monopuly, they cannot ell object tu legUlatlon necessary to protect the people from trust ex tortion. , Mr, raft did not refer to the plat form demand that wood pulp, print paper, lumber, timber nnd log bo placed upon the fruo Hat, Why? Dcchuso the President vulnly be. sought congress to enuct a law cm bodyluR purl of this demand. It In absurd to complain of the exhaustion of our forests while we encourago their destruction by a tariff ou tho production of foreign forests. But such legislation becomei not only a folly but a crime when It Ih remem bered that a handful of men monop olize the bonflt flowing from the tariff on these thlnga, while the wnole country hears the burden of '.le tax. lion. It. F. Petlgrew, of South Dakota, In a speech made In the I'nlted StatCH...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly herald. — 27 August 1908

v THE WEEKLY HERALD, AUdUST 20 1908 V ' BRAND JURY INVESTIGATES Asks Governor of New York to Recommend Better Race Track Laws Special to DHy rain.iudla. New Vork, Aug. 24. In compli ance with tho fall of Governor Hughes, an extraordinary trial term of th supreme court of Kings coun ty will be eomblued tomorrow, with Judge Watson M. Rogers of Waters town, presiding. The session li rail ed for the aole purposo of probing the race track gambling cuaes, lu the Indictments it la charged that the racing officials entered lota col lusion with tbe bookmakers to per nilt the, continuance of betting at the tracks. Hwldos indicting the raring offi cials, the grand jury handed tu a special preaentme nt scoring the po lite department (or Inactivity, and recommended tho repeal of acctlon Jfi, chapter D70, laws of 1898, by trfhlrh the penal rode la suspended In application to the tracks. The pro sejntnieut auyB In part: Although the now law went Into effect on Juno 11, we found that It hi been ope...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly herald. — 27 August 1908

XT THE WEEKLY HERALD, AUQUST a7 1908 WRONG MEDICINE PROVES FATAL A Bad accident ore it red about 1 o'clock last night which resulted in the death of the five-year old ion of Mr. and Mrs. W. Hughe at 510 Cleveland. It seems hat the baby wan only slightly 111, but the father hud gotten a prescription filled yes terday evening to ubh In case It wag necessary, About l o'clock tho little fellow began complaining and the father arose to give. It the medicine, but lu some way ho hud gotten the bottle mixed and Instead of the pro per medicine he jjnve It a teaspoon f ul of carbolic add, which proved fatal In lem than nn hour. The funeral crvlccs luo place at 4 o'clock thin afternoon from the family residence, Lev. r'erguson preaching the sermon. Tho entire community Join In extending condo lence of the bereaved family. FOR CONGRESS Republican Convention Meets In Umarillo, Nominates and Passes Resolutions The Republican district exerutlve committee of tho Thirteenth hon Kresalonal district m...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly herald. — 27 August 1908

y 'y ;''- v- 71 8 '' TIIH WEEKLY HERALD AUQU5T 27, .008 BROKERAGE FIRM QUITS A, 0. Brown & Co. of New York Announce Their Suspension on Stock Exchange Associated Press. New York. Aug. 25. -One of the largmt brokBrae bouHPi in tbli city announced suspension on the atork exchange thla afternoon. Tho trans action of the firm In tho remarkable (Stork market last Katurday haa been 1 under Investigation by autborltlca of the stock ercbango and today It fs announced that transactions bad wen made Tor firm on account un der tho rule which jirovldea that where a firm U unahlo to deliver the stock anld to anothir broker, pur chaser may buy In tho stock at the expense of tho firm falling to de liver. D. V. Noel baa been named assignee for A. O. Drown k Co. No statement of asseta and liabilities la available ai jet, but It la presumed that the failure will be a very large one an the firm la supposed to have heavy Interests fn the market. A rep resentative of the firm atated that (la affairs...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly herald. — 3 September 1908

efcSy Herald. VOL. XXIII. AMARILLO, THXAS, THURSDAY, SEPT. 3 1908 NO. 36 TAFT REVIEWS GREAT PARADE DECREASE IN REP, VOTE GEN. WRIGHT AND GEN. BELL WHO REVIEW CAVALRY FORCES AT FORT LEAVENWORTH WISCONSIN I The We SURGEON Mono PR1ARI S Veterans March Thru Streets of Toledo Thousands View the Sight Associated rress. Toledo, Ohio, Sept. 2. .Tho veter ans of tho Grand Army of the Re public for the forty-second time to day .narcheri through the streets of tho r n r m 1 1 n i r n t. city. Tho route of tho parade was two nillos long. Tho procession was reviewed by William If. Taft, Governor Harris, Senator I'orakor and many other notables. When marching past the reviewing Stand about 11 o'clock the voictans were saluted with a bombardment of flowers for which ihe women of To ledo bad Icon preparing tunne days. They emerged from the floral shower to he greeted by an Immense, human flag, made up of nearly .1.000 chil dren, who In drosses red, white and blue, swayed their bodies so that the fl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly herald. — 3 September 1908

t rrn 'irt',lH'rv'll"" THE WEEKLY HERALD. SEPTEMBER 3 1908' EPUBLICAN UST 1 Trusts Have Grown In Number, Strength and Ar rogance, Says Bryan In His Indian opoiis Spsech Today Aisociatlon rrees. v ' Indianapolis, Ind., Aug. !3. John Wlrth Kern, Democratic can didate for vice president. wa no tified formally today. HH nomina tion meeting wai held In an elab orately decorated coliseum at the atate fair grounda and was attended by many thousands of people rrgard Qess of party. Tho weatlnr was Idenl. The traction llnea and fourteen railroads brought people on regular and special trains, rive hundred can transported tho crowd from the city to tho fair grounda nd back. Mf. Bryan and other speakers, mem bers of tho notification committee and mcmbera of tho national com Silt tee, headed by Mr. Mack, arrived last night and on early morning tralna. Thomai Taggart, national com mitteeman from Indiana, had been selected to rail tho meeting to or der. Ho Immediately handed the gavel, to National ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly herald. — 3 September 1908

THR WEEKLY HERALD SEPTEMBER 3. loOS UBLICAN RULE ' TRUST PROSPERITY (Continued From Papo Two.) H control. p'Ruliitins t hn pilro h nrl p terms of ihIo. How would t h jmncratlr plan affrct it'.' A (lain mild he fixed lit which tho law fnuld take rllrct and on nr before hat. d.ite the ( -nrporat inn would be required to 11,'iply fr a In nuir. Tho evidence would show th.it It con trolled a l.iifii'r proportion of t h product than tho law permitted, and it would Ik; ( ompclli'd to uell off enough of lu plant to reduce Its mil -pill to TiO per ron I of tho total pro duct. It rou Id then comply w ith I ho law, omaln its licence and proceed rr carry on Its biiMiieos In accord ance with tho law. Would It "oxtlr pale and destroy" business to coniiol Midi 11 corporation t dispose ,of rnouKh f It-1 plants to reduce- its production to SO, por conl ? Tho people would still nerd tho artlclo whiih It produced, and tho plants to which It was compelled to soil would hcoi'ino independent plants compe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly herald. — 3 September 1908

4 THE WEEKLY HERALD. SEPTEMBER 3 1908" THE WEEKLY HERALD Published weekly on Thursdays t 116 Pfllk 8tret, Amarlllo, Taut. ur p. k. noESEX. Entarail at tha Pnafoffira at Amar Mo, Tim, as second class wall mat. ur. Official Organ of CM of Amarlllo and rotter l ouni ADVERTISING RATES. Display 20c per Inch & insertion. Locals 10c per inch each Insertion. SUBSCRIPTION 11.00 PER TEAR. Ths lUrald will him coming to Jou when your tlrnt expiree uoloss we are aathorlzed to continue It. Should aay aubscrlber fell to re ceive The llorald regularly, idease edvUa ue tt once by card or tele phone. Anr errors reflecting upon th rkirii'lM' atanrllnr or reuutttloll 0 any pereon. firm or corporation which may appear la the columns of Tba Herald will be gladly corrected Vion Iti being brought la tba at tention of tba publlsners. THURSDAY, SEPT. 3, 1908 jek.sk jamlh jr. hoxoh man (From Friday"! Dally.) He was a boy with a handicap, But he won out. , Jesse Jsmes Jr., of Kansae City, la a practicing a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly herald. — 3 September 1908

1 - J rm s vr .... V v7 ' Sr r 111 FLOOD RIVALS JOHNSTOWN DISASTER Buildings Crash Together and Break Like Pasteboard-Homes With Inhabitants Carried to Destruction By Angry Waters Associated Tress. Denver, Colo-, (by way of Trini dad ). Aug. I!!. Thn little tow n of Folsom, N. M-. aas almost entirely swept away by iin awful flood early yesterday morn in.?. Between twenty nnd thirty are dead, rb far ns can he ascertained at thin time, thousands of dollars wroth of damaae was done to prop erty and the loss In livestock cannot now he estimated. Twenty-four hours after the dis aster the first definite news reached this city when many refugees arrived here early this morning on thn b' landed Colorado & Southern train. The dixnn'er at Kolxoiu rivals the worst of the floods In the history of the country. Residents In the town whose homes were htillt on the higher Rround and hoyond thn reach of the torrents witnessed the scene In all its horror. They aw the r.iping torrents sweep before...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly herald. — 3 September 1908

THE WEEKLY HERALD SEPTEMBER 3, Io08 BRYAH III ST. PAlinflDAY Governor Johnson and Promi nent Democrats Receive Association Press. Bt. rul, Minn.. AiifC. 31. WU Hum J. Bryan arrived bore this mornlns. He wan mot at the sta tlon by Govermr Johnson and other prominent Democrats who csrorU-d him to the Minnesota club, whore breakfast hi served. During the forenoon Mr. Dryan was In confer ence with Govrrnor Johnson and others on the political altuatlon. At noon Mr. Bryan was the guest of Na tional Committeeman Lynch at luncheon. The feature of llio day wan an addresi by Bryan t tho Mate fair grounds, hli theme being govern mental extravagance. A St crowd heard the speech, cheering continu ously. Extravagance of the Fifty firat rengress comonly called "ihe billion dollar congress," Mr. Bryan aald would contribute to Democratic victory of 1908. Tho lust congress be continued, made a new record In extravanancp. Tho Republican la more extravssant than the Democrat In expenditure of public fu...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly herald. — 3 September 1908

a I I THE PAILY PANHANDLE 3E if 1i, I, n VI uifr I mi pi m,a hum HAVE YOU A WANT? The Classified columns of the Daily Panhandle serve as the medium that brings buyer and seller together at the time when each is seeking the other. Daily Panhandle Want Ads supply information about rooms,1" for rent, houses and lots for sale, positions offered and wanted, business opportunities, etc. The hundreds of strangers that visit Amarillo seek infor mation of this character through the Daily Panhandle Classi fied Columns; all Amarillo and vicinity refer to these columns for every need .1 Daily Panhandle Want Ads Bring Results - K. Quick .'. Cheap Certain Penny a Word WWf PHPWIWWPIIff i I " 'V : If 4

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly herald. — 3 September 1908

THE WEEKLY HERALD SEPTEMBER 3, Iq08 FARMS MEET FT. WORTH Important Meeting of Agricul turists Being Held In Panther City 1 "..nr - it, l (tftdtl to Pally rtnbADOK Tort Worth, Fept. 1. The, na tional Farmer I'nlon convention opened hero thin morning with 2, 00 preneni and Frenldent Harrett lo the chair. The feature of the flrnt tesslon waa an artdreas by Hamml Goropein, who declared labor unlona wtuld join the farniera In all their policies. The nilulmum prim of rut ton U atlll thn bugbear of tho con tention, many delegates onpoHlng the fixing ot a price, whllo othem want 15 cent cotton. 4 runciiASKn tkuthoxks. Special to Dally Panhandle. 4 Weatherford, Texas, Sept. 1. J. F. Sadler, of Amarlllo, has purchased the Independent lelo- 4 phone lines of Weatherford, Fort Worth, Cleburne and Mln- ral Weill. AT DALLAS Will Address Big Meeting at Dal las Tommorrow higtit, at Fort Worth Tonight Special to Dally Tanhnndla Dallaa, Sept. 1. Hurried arrange ments are being made here for an address...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly herald. — 10 September 1908

T , I I We H VOL.XXIII. AMARILLO. TliXAS, THURSDAY, SEIT. 10 1908 NO. 37 lliie ekly era rt f II. S. GUNBOAT RESCUES FOREST FIRE VICTW Minnesota Village With Population of 600 Souls Cut off Entirely From Land Side By Fast Approaching Flames associated Frrs. ' Duluth, Mian., Oct. 0. -It. was a night of tfrrir along the forest, lunp'' end one fif deep anxiety In Dulutli. But today conditions appear in haw changed for tho better. Flics last Eight threatened h;i!f a do.t n lar ger towns nn the rane. More than a Minima ml ie.:denls of Hlbbtjus fought. Hie flame:, all nighl. This morning re.'iorl ; are that the town In sate, A Die engine was held In readlnor here, loaded on a car, to rnfh to Hibhlng, whenever called lor. The town of F.ovey had as hard a fight (is Whaing. the fighters there being aldod hv Trsiilcnts nf Co ralno. At. Aurora, Nashwauk, Hull Wrenshall and several smaller vil lages similar conditions ohtainod. This moinliu I ho ind Is dying down and tho f i roi appear to ho FIE...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly herald. — 10 September 1908

V r 1 SEN. FORMER DENIESREPORT That Hs Preferred Democratic Over Republican Declaration cn Tarrif and Other Issues Associated rnu. ,' (Cincinnati, Ohio, Sept, 3. In comprehensive denial Senator For aker today disposed of a story pub lished In the Toledo Times this morn ing, giving what Ih purported to be an authorized statement from him to t!i effect that there had been no peace compact between himself and Judge Taft; that President Rooso T tl had adopted the policies of Mr, Rrjnn, and between the two he pre ferred the genuine to au Imitation; that tho only difference between the D"tnocrats and Republicans wan that 1 fie-Republicans favored tariff re vision after March 4, and the Demo crats favored Immediate revision, and. he believed iu Immediate re vision. "The statement of the Toledo limes," said tho senator toduy, "Is grossly misleading. 1 told a report er of the Time there had been no agreement of any kind, cither made or suggested; that there "was 110 troublo between Judge Taf...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly herald. — 10 September 1908

" 1 V 1 F 4 1 f v I iliIITS SUICIDE r MDERS OTHERS THE WF.nKLV Ht-RALD SEPTEMBER 10, IgO an With Family Shoots Young Lady and Al ' lendanl on Streets of HMIsboro No Cause is Given For Act New nV Money, Associated New York, Sept. 4 - Money on (sll easy, per rciif, prims men until paper, 4 Hi 4 t. loafcr Must Co. Spocml to Dully Panhandle. Dallas. Sept. 4. --The t and Jury in this city had iletciminod with the authorities that ih loatm shall no. Willi I hm determination thoroughly fnod, thorn have been fifteen Indlrt moms returned, charging vagrancy. penal to Dolly panhandle. J HilUhnro, lex, tVpt. 4. -This town was thrown Into u statu (if In tense oxi tleinent ihlH forenoon when :l)ork U'.ilscii shot and Killed Curt Horn and fatally wounded Miss l.'ili je ldbrl, nnd turned tint weapon upon himself, pindiiclii Instant j death. j The (lead woman Is ;i telephone op I'er.nor, mill Carl Horn was Iht t , tendant, Tho two with walking down the street, when (ho disastrous nnd murderous assau...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly herald. — 10 September 1908

THE WEEKLY HERALD, SEPTEMBER 10 1908 t K THE WEEKLY HERALD Published weekly on Thursdays at 616 Polk Stroot, Amailllo, Texas. By r. K. IlOEfiE.N. Entered at the Postofflce at Amur lllo, Texas, ai second clans mull mat tcr. Official Organ of City of Amarlllo and rotter County ADVEllTISINQ RATES. DlHplay 20c pcr Inch oach insertion. Locals 10c per IdcU each Insertion. SUBSCRIPTION 11.00 PER YEAR. The llcruld will cease coming to you when your time expires uuless e are authorized to continue It. bhould any subscriber fall to ta rdive The Herald regularly, please advise us at once by card or tele phone. Any errors reflecting npon the character, standing or reputitlon of any persou. firm or corporation which may appear In the columns of The Herald will be gladly corrected upon Its bolng brought t th at' tendon of the publishers. , rrr. THURSDAY, SKPT. 3. 9o8 MORAL IKSl'EH XUh WIV. (From Friday's Dally.) la this canipnlan, perhaps more JixiAfi over before sliico the days Just Jeojr the ci...

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