The Twice-a-Week Herald. (Amarillo, Tex.), Vol. 21, No. 80, Ed. 1 Friday, October 5, 1906 Page: 1 of 8
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AMARILLO. TFXAS FRIDAY OCTOBER 5 1906
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UEW CAPITOL OF
' LknA m
Handsome Structure Recently Finished n '?.!'::
Of $13500000 is Dedicated With .
Elaborate and) mposing Ceremontss.
One of the Largest Gatherings in the History of Harrls&urg
Witnesses tha Exercises-President Roosevelt Pays
Tribute to the Citizens ot Pennsylvania
HrriPl-'H. Venn o. t 1- I" the
Kfpnro of the. larger-' nowd ever
ithfied in Harrison rg. 'he mag-
. fi.enl new capital of Pennsylvania
-. ! dedicated today with bir rcw-
nton in htf li Frtvtdeni Koosevelt
' part. Before the exercises ho-
4ii. rain started t" fall ami rnn'
iinifd throughout tho rereinnnlo.
Frefident Hoosovett was given :in ru
ihuitac-tlc recaption when ho ap-
peared on the grand stand.
11siri"i-iu.-P"iD. Q' 4. Tho
now capitol if Pennsylvania which
. . j I.. r.f th
was il'tlHlt(l I "ny in ""
most liPRiilifnl and iinpofliiK build-
iiif.F in the I nilod Stales. Not. only
it's iin hitocture but also lu its
interior decorations and furnishings.
Thus far the buildings and its fur-
nishing represent an expenditure! of
ulioiil $i:!."ooono. including; som
preliminary work if cost. ?1.000Ot)
to 'erect it and JO.OUO.OOO to fllr-
' President Koosovelt delivered an
address as follows:
It Is a very real pleasure to rue to
ii Head theso ceremonies at the capi-
tal of your great Stale. In every
great i.:rifiis of our Rovernweut the
altitudo of Pennsylvania lias boon of
crucial Importance a the affocUon-
aio nickname of 'Keystone State"
i-isnlfits. Pennsylvania 1ms alwyfi
look. rily bcfoio Bhe leapt and it
wan well that he should do so. U:it
Inning finally raado up her mind in
each great crisis of our history nor
weifiht. lias been east unhCRitntingly
lii.on tho right side and has been
mud irresintable. This was true
liko at tho time of tho Declaration
Independence at the time of the
Milpotion of tho Constitution aid
durltiK the terrible years when the
I no was the preservation of the
'Pennsylvania soil Is historic. It
V!: Pcii'iisylviniia's borders that the
miost opened which wu to decide
' eilier the.' valiant soldiers of
nice would bo able to bar this
liiinent against the domination of
.e people of tho linsliwh-speaKinfi
louies. It was on Pennsylvania's
il thut the Declaration of lndc-
im ndence was signed aDd the Constl-
nuioUHl convention hold. It was in
Pennsylvania that Vahta&;ton win-
tered at Valley Forjje und by keeping
his urniy together dudng; thut winter
definitely turned the" scales in our
favor in tho contest for Independ-
ence. It was again on Pennsylv-
ania's! soil at (Icttysburg that the
tide turned In tho civil war. In the
composition of her people moreover
Pennsylvania Una epitomized the
composition of our Union; for here
runny Old World raeoa have mingled
t!:.-ir blood to make that new type
i - American. Finally in nil the
branches of the public service. In
peace and war tho native or adopted
citizens of Pennsylvania have attalu-
ed the highest eminence.
Ido not however coiuo here-today
to speak ou!y of tho past and still
Ies to appeal' merely to State prido.
Wc can slio?.' thut tho past is with us
3 living force only by tho way iu
whiih we h.imlle ii'irii' rs in tin
pi'ruont and fdi'h of us cui 1 1 s '
thnw hi:; dnotinn lo his own Mute
hv mftlcinc trident bis pn .tiioiiiii
votlnn M Hint t'nion whiih jni li.nN
all ftio SI tut.K. flu- Plirl "f t h
Kirl d'-M dh of I hi part is of i
avutl In so fur nfc H inn!' tit. to
Rrapple ref ohitei v and r(i' cn i i
wih 'he ptorilenii of tho pre-fent.
Vi'i' nve now meilarrd by ori'ip;ii war.
Our I'nion Is firmly esinliHiiheil. Urn
tnrli KP'Tatfon has i n spei inl .it1
1 iou dlfticuHiff; ami w of ihis
ncnoratton havo to Mrui;rl' wiln the
evils sprinpinn from the very nia-
teril miiccoi firvhirliA!r;"'TV?"-!!''
proud from the cry prowl h mid
prosperity of which wiih .Justic-
boast. The ctrnordiiiary Indu.irial
changes of tin? past ci-nlury have
produced it tolally new so: of coadi
tions under which nov evl's I'Iivm
!sh ; and for these new evils new
rented Ipa must bo devised.
Some of these evils can be trap-
pled ith by private of fort only: t' i
we n.rer can afford to forgot that
fn the last analysis the chief fin lor
lu personal success and indeed In
national Rreittneris must be the stur-
dy self-reliant character of tho In-
dividual citizen. Hut many of those
evils me cf such a nut hit that no
private effort enn avail aKulust them.
These evils therefor- raust be grap-
pled with by governmental action
In some ruses tills governmental ac-
tion must hf exercised by thn several
States individually. In yet. others
it has become incre.isintiy evident
thut no efficient State action Is pos-
sible and that we need thru Kocu-
tive action tiiru legislation and
thru judicial interpretation hml con-
struction of law to increase the pow-
er of tho Federal Government.
If wo fail thus to Increase il. wc
show our Impotence and leave nl the
mercy of those ingenious lesal advis
ers nt the holders of vast cuporat
wealth who. in the performance of
what they regard as their duty and
to serve the ends of their clienis.
Invoke the law at one time for the
confounding of their rivals and at
anolher time sirive for the iiuliflea-
tioti of the law. iu order that they
themselves may be left free to work
their unbridled will on those same
rivals o' on those who labor for
them or on the general public. In
the exercise of their profession and
In the service of their clients these
astute lawyers strive to prevent the
passage of efficient la vs and strive
to if cure Judicial determination of
those that pass which shall emascu-
late them. They .hi i.at. invoke the
Coutitlt.ution in order to compel the
due observance of law alike by rich
and poor by great and small; on tho
contrary they tiro ceaselesly on the
watch to cry out that tho Constitu-
tion is Aiolaled whenever any effort
Is made to Invoke the aid of lle Na-
tional Ooveitinieiit. whether for the
efficient regulation of railroals for
the eflclent .jiipei'Th'.i ni "t p.'-a. ch -porallons
or for efficiently securing
obedience to such a lav; a-; the ra-
tional tight-hour law and similar so-
called "labor statues."
The doctrine they preach would
make tha Constitution merely -the
nble.ld of lnconinctcnco aud tho ex-
(.uso for " government paialyub;
they treat it afl u justification for
refusing to attempt the remedy o
evil iuutead of us tko source ot vital
power iiori'ssary for the elsliico of
a mighty Hd evor-Rrowlnff natiou
Strong nailoniiHtn. tho 1. am. and
firm tho my belief is that there rnunt
ho n v. Ido extension of the power f
th national cvci nnien'. to deffl
uitli iiiestlons of this ktnd I freely
admit that i reRurdn many inaiteri
of firsl rale Irnpoi l-fincn we niu
rely puri'l y upon iho fliatea for tin
bet t'irmiiiit of prraent conditions.
3e Meversl States must (10 ViT OltlJ
our ( h Ir.oiiHhin can tir bo pt;
i proper plane. Therefore f most.1
heartily i ou ;ra'iil.ati ht people of
Thfiietoif i niom heartily r.nDRratu-
Inio the people of the r.stn of Tenn-
n; hstM.i on what t's cen'vnmnt hie
wai It i a renin rVa bit r'ord of
ai 1 ).' rn i -it I
Thru rfoir lKislatm vo'i bi'4
abolished pHSf. ou hive p1e-ed the
otftces of Mi lii'iTliirv of tht Com-
ioiwcjiih a nil the Incu ranee rom-j
riiis.iou'r upon an honorable and'
horn si lm.is of Aalsrv only by .ilird
i btar Hie tro system. yoi have prist
a ii crunpellinc the olflefrx and
niplff.ttes of Rreal fllie. to at tend to
ih" rt uiies for ".he Ii thev ar- paid bv
a'l th" t)ip.teri'. ((nd to rfr 1 ti from
ii'iU". 1 he rMwci c onffi'i'd hv tliolr
o(ticei to infjut-ui"" poli'l'nl ciim-
puttn? yon h.ive prohibited h io-
ll'.HMOn 0 l'ee..jv ill)'; of poHtirsI f?
ffir.enis hv rlt epip'ove; 'fur
luif l:n proton ed the Sintt
1l'Sur from depred.it ion soil mn-
I'Med Hie piiblle moneys for iie n.nh'
in Hie public inteit..nt; you have bv n
law t'tr He protection of lht elertlve
I'r.mi h-ses made tampering with Hie
ie;i.( iioxrfi and tho castjni; of tll'il
oiev . n rliffieuH ai. In all prohnhili'y;
to be iiovrnftt :ili(r: you huve proMd-
erl it pntnsry rlnrtion law which w-ttl
i.-uanuiteo lo Hio riters free expres-
sion in the Heiortbiri of candidates for
office; nil have by Isw regulated
ml impioved the civil service s8-
( 'tun of 0'ir Krea'fRi citios; and fl
rjpllc you have pat lnw rontaiPiUg
:. ..provision which T most. PitrmHv
hope will in' snbsl nin t be nieliorilt'd
likowb.0 In a la v by the Cotmi'Sai
I lie eomin;'. soxsion - a provision pro-
hit. i 'ne; the oflicers of any corpora
lion from maUio; a coiitribni Ion of
the money of that corporation lo tiny
i ai'didai'' or any polltlcnl committt;e
lorilie paymeiil of any eb'rHon ex-
It is fiiiroly not too miieh lo say
that this bori.v of substantial lepjsln-
John D. Rockefelier The Oil Magnate Comments
on tha Demand for Government Regulation
AMERICAN GOODS ARE INJURED
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says We Gavs Fersfgn Nstinns Amunlticn to Fire on Us and
Tfesy Jlccbptad Witth Grest Glee .-Too Ycung
to he Tearing Down.
"lav I a rid. Ohio. on. 4 - The Plain
pealer today prints ru interview ith
.Tonh P. Roc k filler In which the lat
lev comments on tie (lemanrl for
rovernm?n' regulation of ih" ho
ailed private iridutstries mid mnlxi-s
n sironc ides for naln'ral il-fjlop
m-iits Hf mid In psrt;
"If we limit th opport unii.y ne
will have to put brrkert on onr na-
tional development. Will ihe Indl-
viilnal strive for (oiecoss If he know
h bsrd w-nn prl?e Is to be snatched
t-orn hi ftnars at last by his tetov
Tfe said w r.a 'he foreign na--whmt..
i!trtiii:.'' nr. mmur.iftn
to fire on us. Referiina; to the at-
tack on the htef industry. h said:
"I was In Wiirope when the attack
win iniifle at hiNi'f upon t!l-'.' men
LAMB WIRE FENCE
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.1H .fv. T J
Now on hftt.. By far Ihf ronRest and most durable
fence maHe . The only biRri arhon steel fenre.
CII and See It
Jktl.' AJ&sr-. Aa. elVtf-el
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FIRST NATIONAL BAfJIC
or AMARILLO. TEXAS.
f e n und Discount
ra n?e. i Rrmdi and Real E3Ut
ivulch t'hw etfert m clrf
These fellows nbroml snatched at. our ! Rdamption Fund
' a i i TT I
own charpos apsmn our own husi-lan nJ 0
I Demand Loan
tjfvs in-tth the (rrestest (jleo. They
....j . .i .mKu Total
frn iiii'ui i'iii(.i i m i ii p in ii 1. 1 iwm
with which lo .-ittarK tho Aui'-rlcan'
and ..veiMbin; mericHi. specially W. H. KiM-iia President.
flte mmni fact ii red products and I dorhi J. R. LovsTldeS. Cashier.
$fi8ft330 07 j Capital Rtnck - - $200000 On
2ri0000 00 Siirpluaand Undrviddd Profit 110.13S.fiiS
10.000 00 r;M.(lA. . -w. fWl flu
.(!' M.i 47 " - - "
and their industiy anil so
nrit believe there rrnn n line id' Allier
lean pfiods sold abroad Mint was not
Injured. VYh are fro young a nation
for this lonrlnu down. fteduelnK the
'voiim' "f our prod Met Ions ineiins less
work hss wafer: mid less husim-n
In retj.ird to the aubpoena ncentv
isiiied requiring h'tn to nppper In
coift 'n e n'"ton v:. r 'ho V'n'l'
Hid Oil. h" s'tid ih people simirnon
Iru nt in know!! run noi nave inn a
Informniion 's.ioelil aid lurTolV'S
wished t In- tiouirloty of h-IHiir him
I eonbl on tlie stand. Therefore the ord
tioti marks an opoeli i mho history el
Hio practical betterment of political
conditions not merely for your raale.
but for all our States. I do not. recall
any oile-r State legislature which lu
i similar length of time has to Its
credit such a body of admirable leg-
islation. Iet me however most eur-
ueMly ui-fie 'but your legislature cou-
I in in. ibis record of public service by
enacting olio or two additional laws
One subject which every pood oiiizen
should have at heart above r.lino. r
others is the matter of child labor.
Km ryi here the reat growth of mod-
ern indiisirialisni has lieon aecoiepa
niei! by sihuses in connection with the
employment of labor which have ne-
ceMtated a complete chanjre iti the
i-.tlituile of the Stale toward labor
This is aboo nil true iu oi ''vHon
v. Ith the employment of child labor.
In iviinslvania you have made a he-
einuiiH;'. but only a biuvii:n:'.iv in pro
per legislation and adniinIi'aiou o:i
this subject; the law must if neces-
sary bo sireiiKiheiied. and H mast be
rin.nously 'enforced. The Naitoual
government can do hut iii. le ill '.lie
matter of child labor Iho 1 earnestly
hoie thai little wjU be perinilted
to bo done by i titleless 'i'lie great
bull; of the work. However must be
lofi to the lenislalures; and if our
Stale legislatures would act as dras-
tically and yet. as wisely oil this sub-
ject of child labor as Pennsylvania
has acted within be present year us
regards the subjects I have enumera-
ted above I he gain would be literally
incalculable: and one of Iho most vi-
tal needs of modern American life
would nt lust bo adc-iur-My met
So much for the Suite. Now Cor
the naiinua an' he 'o I can r.ot. do
belter limn base my theory of gov-
ernmental action upon tho words and
deud.i of one. of Pennsylvania's great-
est sons Justice .lames Wilson. Wil-
son's career has been sinBulavly over
looked for many years hut I 'believe
that more and more It is now being
adeu.tiuteJy appt..' dated and 1 con-
gratulate your slUe upon the fact
that Wilson's body is to be taken
awav from where H now rests and
brought back u life as if should in
Pennsylvania soil. He wua a 'signer
of tha Declaration of Independence.
IIo was one of tho men who saw that
tho Revolution lu which be hud serv
RI RIKI) HKMK TODAY I Si iil'ST.S CHANOFH
Funeral f V. l. Kllioll. Victim "f
Sweet l.n Our. Wreck
This afternoon al the Filnioiv
Street Prebyterian eiiurcli tho fune
el of K. M. Klliott was held. It
had rirM been 1 houna t that the fun-
eral and Interment would lake place
at. Channing. but yesterday evenlr;:
the family decided to have the fun-
eral here. Mr. Klliott was on his way
to make his new home in Amarlllo
at. the time of his dei-lit and many
of his oldest friends now live he; .
Kev. j. C. Klrkes preached the
brief Impressive sermon over the de-
ceased who had for years been ; :
earnest member of the Presbyt ';;:!
church. A number of friends from
ChanniiiK cume down for the runera;
and a large nttinber of friends end
(lc nuai nances nere nr " i . . i.. ..i.n
1 .tu i Der ulinif (.nine of liaschnll
Mm v. ott mil l her daiiEhter VP-; . . . .
Willie came down from Channl'K
yesterday on the evening 'tram red
C. P Klliott arrived on th? Hali
from Fort Worth and joined term
Mtty Fslnhlish Central Kaitk of l-
hiio ( 'onlrol P'rt by (tvi'rnuwnl
New York. Oct. I. - Klther a cen-
trnl bank of Issue Is lo be established
and controlled by the government r
a simple measure of enlarging tho
present issue privilojie of the nation-
al bunks In snci a manner .that their
Hunt ofjisHio shall not vary with
the ownership of government bonds
are the methods favored by tho spe-
cial currency commission appointed
by the New York Chamber of Com-
merce last March to inquire into the
conditions of currency and suggest
desirable changes. The report was
submitted at a meeting of the Cham-
ber of Commerce today.
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I Trust Go.
J. 5. Chcsnutt Asst Cashier
W. A. Smith. Asst Cashier.
Paid Up Gepital S5QQ00
:0;e '-lyrHf e
'.....; ' -rit-l. .t ':.V rel-.i:''
No aceouiit too small .'sotie too"
laree. IntcredKpWr' ' f
on time dcpij-tin.
Make vour will asK aaae thia company m
jfiirr eiecutor. Ttis better to leetc .
' vour husine in the hands of an in-
stitution that will not lie. nor
abicond tiorresijn. Leave
your will in our vault
for safe kacping
Consult us confidentially about this important
mnttcr. Valuable papers Vcpt lor j-om free.
Paul. Pres. Kay. Whcatley Cashier.
Atry Turner V. Pres. Chas. A. Fik Jr. Sec'y.
.(CuuUikiwd ea rg&e Slxj
Simbiisky i:ecutive Has u Narrow
Kscupe Injuries not Fatal
Simbrlsky llussia Oct. 4. Getier-
al Sterynkewitish goveruov of Sltn-
brlbky hart a narrow escape from
assassination this afternoon. A bomb
was thrown at the governor which
wounded liim in tho hand and le.;.
Injuries arc not fatal.
CI.KVFf.Sl) FOR TH F SF.NATF
New York World Suggests Former
Pl-esiiU.it I'oi I'pper House
New York. Oct. 4. The World
editorially suggests Grover Cleveland
to the Democrats of New Jersey who
are seeking a candidate for the Unit-
ed State senate. The. election of
former presidents to the senate Is not
without a precedent.
Flection fit Georgia.
Atlanta. Ca. Oct. 4. Polls
throtighut the state opened yesterday
for a general election of governor
members of the legislature and stale
office. Hoke Smith was elected
Cleau Sweep for Democrat .
Atlanta. Ga.. Oct. 4. For all state
offices tbo regular Democratic state
ticket made a clean sweep yesterday
Iu tl taUJ-election.
Played in Chicago
Chicago Oct. 4. The first game
of the series between tho Chicago
Xu!lonn! and American leaguo base
ball clubs for the championship of
the world will be played Tuesday
October 9 nil the National leigiie club
grounds in this city. The plueo was
decided by flipping a coin today at
a conference between Presidents Mur-
phy and v.'omisky of the two clubs.
THE TWICE-A-VVEEK HERALD $1.00 PER YEAR
POWFKI I L EARTHQVA KK
Vibrations Lasted Two Hours -Located
I.IOO Miles From (Joetlngen
Ooetingen Prussiu Oct. 4. The
seismograph at the observatory here
today registered a powerful earth-
quake 1 1.OD0 miles distant from this
town. The vibrations lasted twj
FMational Banliof Comniarcol
l X.MJLK TO ltKACH 1K.I
About Thirty Men Kntoiubeil in West
Blueflelds Vu. Oct. 4 The last
account received here indicates that
the ' rescuers have been unable to
reach tho entombed miners In the
West Fork of the Pocahontas mines.
It is supposod that about thirty men
Washington. P. C Oct. 4. Direc-
tor of the mint has purchased
230.000 ouueea of silver at 69.21
cents per fine ounce delivered at the
Exceptional service in every department of banking: is
ofered patrons of this bank.
Capital $750 0 0
J. L. SMITH
M. C. NOBLES
B. C. D. BYNUM
TOM L MILLER
Paves running to and fro from
a hot stove and prevents the
working in a stifling room.
All the heat is concentrated on
ironing surface where it is want
An even temperature is always
maintained thus giving perfect
Cool clean safe aud cost but
Phone 20 will tell you atout it
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