Amarillo Daily News (Amarillo, Tex.), Vol. 3, No. 202, Ed. 1 Wednesday, June 26, 1912 Page: 4 of 8
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AMAtll.Ml KUI.V !F.U. WM.FiAY. Jl NE 3.
IN INMIKM-KNT IKM'f'!t ATIC
SKA SiA I Kit.
iwti-1 I I'uMfl.ed hjr
. J. Wil l i M
Corner .-H'h arid Tyl'T P'.reeta.
s IN IIIIIIOV KATLs.
Tie Lailx Ni alll & delivered If
carrier anywhere In AUiarlllo. or by
mall outside of the city for $5.00 a
year or . 0 cms a month. In advance.
Plrnt Morning Newspaper In the
Amarilio (ountry. Covert th Pan-
fcandl rf 7m F.artern New MexI o
Southern Colorado and Wetrn Okla-
homa from twelve to twenty-four
hour In adanre of Irvtr Ialla
Ft Worth Oklahoma City and other
paper? rfcrrylnjr telenraphl'' dispat'hef
Hun: Mb fffle .
ALAMOSA CAMP PUNS
i v. aimhn ii. i.ir.iwiw
! i in nd from 'u '.
Young Men's Business Club
Entered as sfcond-elaj's matter a'
the postoffice at Amarlllt). T tap
ender tb art rf March Z Wi.
THE 4.1(1. All sT lll CAT" l.
tntll tlie rlnematOKrapli a in
vented travel and tin- opportunlti-
fr- observation aff"n.- tY I'. stood
t ho head of method of tlinronKh
ed Million hut Iravt'l x ili'am ! to-
rtf hy the flahln; fcenc the pit -t
I lessons the vivid mental Im-
lons conveyed thronirh movinr-
.indreds of million of the world h
) iMtant travel hut little in their
i countrle and not at all to other
t .tea other nation or other con-
t enU. I ty mean of the clnemato.
raph filma many of theHe mlllioriM
fcf peojilt; havi" wllliln the pant fy
yearn learned inii'li of I lit- toiion
rai'hy of count riea they could noi
visit of lh- dally life of people
whose representative they never met
of itln and KivMiH. of om-hiih and
rivers of mountain ami valley and
lake of monument of the punt hvh
and of i In- preaent time of wink of
art and beautiful etlifuei that tint
for thoMi film they could have little
or fm i orn eption of
S let. tint have fi.r -lt urux pt (id-
led tin- vravt-n k'oiks of Ervpf arid
NlllCut lf VUlH'.lll .U.lll lll.ll.l lllld
India mid from ilmne work of in-
finite roll Hill time of the mil leii'i
1luv lii 4 -ndcawip'd t ilk
' I10.i-m t. ).i!L- tint lile.i ( the mi ii. r
atlOIlK i.f iH il t Mill
Mel r . i;t. k aiiil Hotn.th hl
tor at .-.i ' : lii- linei liii-
x'tai' u ' o.i' lnii.il I
Of 1 1 r i " ' I p I. ii' '
ntory i t i i.i i.'ii - iIm m t.i k ii
lev i.i te- i i . i u in "iiir
un a. i''.' ! Km' i .-.-ii ti.i ! in ti
I lie i ( ' ii i i' : ! a f a ! ii i - m ..i
If ' Hei;aii.' ral''i il;iii.i:t n In i . Ii.rl
lieev i 'i'i' ti ii Ii i !ii . in ''nn.
or K' n.f iii .ii l.er t iini-s
A t ' . i - r ; 'i i n .i !' jis t m il.
iimii- ii . r i - -! i. pi i i' imi i hi
he l.i'H-ht wit'i infinite a .1 vantavt- to
the i'i. !- r 'I i " niii' l- ilii- on-.
dium (; 'i'i ...ii .in i i ie 1 1 i "-int
TllI" I'Ht .ill is 111 lit ll'h.ll ItlHtltll-
lot :. . i ti.it w nut t not
II w k f.i ': i.i'i d inn! mliam liy
the .. i' i ' in i ct.t inn . ni tliiit
Itree t.' Ht l.iii 'li. Ilii- w hi 1 ii
lar''. r-'liiiii; t ft r . i w h theHe
I'n ttifi rtn.it inn ilaili ttiat iM rap-
Idly Til il k IP K the in i mi (f the people
ven the tn on t llltraie far more In-
telllK' ttt mdii l lualli and In the at:-
ItreKH' 1 In t. ii' ii' r.ii H M of in. in k inl
la Hie ift im all Bl.ir ili.it i ati.j
to trail' mit ti. j'f-'i 'ir.i fur all tun'
to lot'"' i I. -at. di-timf. Iif.'lik.' ifA
of i'c I !e r'i ami it f-urri-i;ii !-
inKH K'l' ' I I !!l''' IiU: . I) .4 I
omn .ar. :t 1 an Itirmifi t..n fn.
fhe people nf I.i )enr In the fu-
ture m ii'-h in f.irma' "ii a to niru' i . n
and o'ir tin.'"-
U Ahi: ll M M Will. II I AM
Willi rMIMl.l. M.1liV
Wade lliii'ini. formerli i ri)nt
of Amarillii. and later liiint in l in.
phi Telim KH'-e from which .lit
and family are enroute to California
atopplni; in thia ciiv with rela'le
for a ahort time. Yc-terdai Mr lli-
num f'lil the time Mnitnr- with
former frlrtoU and eipred pl-aa-ur
with the pronremr made in thin
rlty and the preat development of fn
Mr. Iiynum and family will leave
to a abort time for their future home
lr. 1 to (ilr Nei
Canadian. Tei . June The
Voung Men't Ilualnena Clut iee0rai-
"d Ita sixth aeml-annual laniuet to
night In the dining room 'if th- W.
C. T. U. bulldlnr
There were o.er a hundred in-m-
bera present and the affair wa
trreat aileeeaa Phe follow IriK i 'he
menu nerved and h program r-n
Toalma'er Hon U A I'a.tniT
Tlain l.lviriK and lllvh ThinklnK '
M. II Frank.
Solo MImm Maude I'.aird
'Joo'lfelloAHhip I r K. I! Snider
Heading Mif Amelia Fulton
We ( 'anhandle the I'anhaiidle'
I ho y. Moody
ljuaitette Memlaiiie Sander. Mi -Idinalit
llaird and Ml Maude liaird
Violin Solo - Minn lla.el llawklna
Summer lioina Lentil Humphrey
Addrena Hon. Frank I' (irecwr
Th recent rampalun 'or new mem.
tier reunited In about twenty mem-
ber and the ilul now ha about on-
hundred active memberH determined
to build a city on tin bank of tti-
Canadian. tl (Il UII.I.IWI WIKUl
111 ItlKI IV liMMM KMK'll.lit
Ail that i mortal of William II
Wood the iinfortunatM J onus man
who. In a fit of depondenry took htn
own ltfo June IX at the Maien llouae
In Amarlllo through the adminiHtra-
tlon of rarhllc acid now nleepH In
Llano cemetery In compliance with
Inatrui tlona from relative in Ken-
tucky. Funeral imtvIhh were held
in the parlors of N. S. iJrlKK lte
Walter P. JennltiHH pastor of the.
I'i rut Chriatlan cliur'h offlclatint:
In attendame at thu funeral were
a number of friend who had known
the youiiK man during lilg realdene
in Amarillo whin he wim emidoy ed
aa a in-a a dealer on the Santa Fe.
and hIho thoNe who hud been witli
him during the few iliii before the
The liiid) waa held by Mr. (IriKH
w'H-ii daya. durltiK which lime com-
jiiiuunatlon wh ewlabliahed with rel-
atliCH III K'lilil'kl and he leariiei
itheir will i oiit ei ninu the interim n:
whiih wa tnllnwed out fully.
IMII l. l I I ii i:
i MUM II Mill. i:v
I inler the edit(illili of Kei. Holi-
er! I'lltle halor of the Second l!a.
!tir churi h the Hi nl hi rhood of tha
on lei at loti ha iHuei the initial
nu'pii! of tit Nortli Side .'WH. Thi
li'lif l-lieet If. Ill(liei.l. lull filled t't
' n erf low inu wi'h h I (i f 1 1 1 Ul tet ion
jaiid fait hi iidtlitl'tli to whiih in
ifinllnl a lib'ial list of adieltUer lll-
li Itiditi- autiouin einetitH of caiitliilaieH
'and other matter tabulated t.i i htirn
.ttit ntion of the pulillc
I 'l'lli little Ml!llil iltlllll. lii. 1 1 I
I l.ti r il V' Il I V i II dltahle will Illlike It
a je pa r a n ci from week to week. how-
'um tin. ilit'HKiit of ilioM' who are In-
terested Hii'onnly for the development
'of the Nortli Side in Hie spiritual
i 1 1 n and i on im ft i.tl tint.
Itlllo Mll"lc I i t Iter- MeH.
1 I oluiubu. I I . I'ine I he tlnr-
it.'Mi animal meeting of the (Duo
!lt;ti I ai til-i s Aimii latioii tienan In
'l oliimini today with a larue nuin-
ln-r of prominent musician ami in-
strmtor prewnt from larioti part
'f II'' ('Ii. trie K Iia. I of
i 'nl I Mi I'- i p' -id 111; over the -II"
i . !.t line will continue
i three . : i 1 il in hole ni-veral
' ' I'' I " :t.il in a bl;ton to
' ' .ill loMIes es'.it
I'liiii.iiiio iii North Ihtkola.
1 tan. I li.tpit! N i .lime At
:!' S'v w id'- primary ' let lion today
!he vni. r of North I'aknta i preed
'ttuir preferetitea for noinmeea for
State offiter and repreiitat ilea in
.Congrrsa. Ticket were placed In the
ifuld by the Iiemoirat and the two
fai tioii of the Kepublp an party. Ilei-
;reetitative l.oui Ii. llanna of Farvo
appeared in tl.f ballot a candidate
!f:tr the Itepubliian nomination for
Alamosa Camp W. O W. n LuakinK
jarraiiKeinenia for the unvelllnjf of
i five monument of tletiirt.i r. ...
bera of the orKariltion In I.Uno
cemetery. Sunday July 7. Thi un-
veliWiK will be-arranged and exe jt.j
by the offperi and member of ait..
jtuoaa tamp without the importat:
or outaide men.
Within a hort time announcenient
will h made of the men who are to
take part In thla ceremony. In honor
of worthy member. 0f the organisa
tion who have been (fathered in to
their reward. Thla Hat who-e rnor-
umenta are t0 be unveiled Ind ide.
K. 8. Morford. Charle Phillip
(ieorge F. Sldea J. ('. Freeman and
K. ('.. Heynold. Sr.
Imitation haie been extended to
ail Woodim-ii In this etior. of the
Panhandle to be present and partnl-
pate In the exTceg It Is not
probable that the t!eora'ioji if
trravcg of d'-n.i-e-l clioijers on this
lame oc'asiou. Ibouifh at.r.O He en en;
'will be made later.
PmiimI) on "I tety lHly sin' It."
Kverybodv t do:n ii.uolii It. ti .i. t.
Kveniiodi d"in it. doin' it. (j ;n it.
See ft at f.ife o" 'he ll.a'ti !M'Te .kf.-
fare' Look at the i i . . . ui.ij -i.t t... i 1
(A tweiity-fne-' 1 1.- di.:.'-. Fm:. 1
I It something iar .
Look a' the peoplf hii!'iii .-a::.
(Come come come con e ! i os i'i:
Kvery fidy a eaiin' tli'-i.. ilti
MI.K'H (All. Vlll Polk Street.
Ill mffereiif. I.ihI I i.ff.e.
1'hHiii T 1 1 f i:k ii i:iin
I II I S M Ml Cut S v UK
The following sill' weie filed t-
terday with M. II. Hardin. tlrk cf
the diMtrlct (ourt in Amarillo
Krln Lattliiiore vcrn Ley :.htt;-
more. Anna F.rma F'lllingion icrsi.s ('. H
Mrg. Kdna V. l(ns versus Thorn-
ton Jones Jr.
Today and tomorrow are the lrts.
in which hint (an be filed for ser-
vice during the imoming term of the
district court which ('pens Mond;.y.
July X. It Ih probi.li!e that this w!!!
brlnjc a number f suits to 'be clerk
for file at the la-t hour.
iarv tt.e lit en of the I ni'ed
Sta'n fihie Milled the pre bl'-ni of
if!f-a.er:.ment by e r inins and to!-
leratltif 'he broadest ami most un-
: trammeled freedom of disi uion in
jthelr political a-s n.blies without
I dethroninr rea(n ni.tl without In-
jvading the kacred arnl inviolate do-
main of law and of public order.
"May 'be delegate aeruB1ed to
a) t a candidate for Chief Magla-
Jtratu he er mlndf il that they are
the on of the same h-aveniy Fath-
er that 'hey are the brothera of the
same national family that tb ?y are
I fellow clzena of the same glorlo i
republic that they are joint Heirs or
th tatTK' heritage of freedom and
l may It t their hlyhest ambition to
.transmit this precious- Inheritance
Unimpaired to their children and their
I children children. May the roa-
S'loiisne..s of thi community of In-
terest or of destiny banish from their
heart n'. bltterm hatred and 111
will rd Inspire them with senti-
;nient t'f geimine ihanty benevol-
ent e ami mittthl rei-ct and forbea'-
'anee. "We retotnmud likewise to TJ.y
I unbounded m r a. I mir brethren
jand fellow c;':eii thtoughout thu
l'nie(i S'ate. that they may tie hie
'ej in the krifiwledge a rid sau'tifiet!
i!j the otiservati'e of Thy mist holy
ilaw; tfiat they n.av be preserved In
j union and in tha' pea' e which the
world tannot give ami after enjoying
I the bbssingg of t h ih life they may-
be atltiii'ted to those whl'h are eter-
ii. ton I. V- lavoali. Hearing
' fco pt.or .! i or : l ::. i : lift
Uli. you P. I. V. tnwmb Hiarin;
to go " Phone in l or 11 : . ! '. 4 f
CI . I. i: ll M lITKIi
WITH Ml;ill.O ICIIMi-
liev. T K. (irahaiii. pa.-ter f te
i Mithodist cliiiii-h at Chnnii.iig wh
; l Amarillo visiimg with fm ml He
'called on I ir Krnest K Kohirmoi.
piiator of the polk Streit M'-'hodi-'t
.ihunh. Kei. V I Co'iKhlali. pas'or
;Of the JloilHlon Street Method t
'thuich and various other men.iterH
!of the IkibtiI of steward and the 1 : t y
of the1 i onsreration.
i II-v. flraham went la'er !( Vm.
where he lectured under the aiispnes
(if ihe Woman's Missionary Sotu-ty
ami from that point fills til o't"'
i .... . w. j
I Ivhiimi I ny (.rain.
! I'. iv 4'fil Pirfc j
'Kansas City. Mo . June .' V. to at!
1 .1 111 V $1 "O; Sl'pt t "S I'eC j
f .!9V (lata-White t .('.. :. j
ed $ .47'. 1
J lUnkruptcy PriNiHiling.
Involuntary petition has hen :.i d
with Clerk K. H. Sfalea of th f-1-i
era! district court acainst K I). I
Green & Company of Amarillo ?ur-i'
nlshera and outfitters for men. by ;
;cretlitors. Mr. Oreen. president and
mannuer for the company ha filed
an answer admitting hi irindii n y
'and the matter was referred w'fi i.t
To Ik ii Policy of Kinire.
! Men' real June Mmh public
j interest in manifested m the mission
of Premier Jiorden nu4 his olleaemv
who are sailing for FnsJand tomor-
row on the steamship Iloval Oeorge.
AiiKhv 'hose accompanying the pre-
mier lire Hon John 1 Haen. min-
ister cf marine and naval service:
j Hon t'barles J Imherty minister of
JUStlte lit! I. felletler post-
master generai. Admiral Klnghinill
and A L Pootinf The premier ht-
retary It i the general belief that
the . : ief purpose of the Premiers
visit to Kritlati'l at this time Is to
ronsnp the Imperial authorities con-
erninc the naval polity to be deter-
mined by tie Canadian government.
The (.. lief that the naval policy Itt
to be the principal iljit of discis-
sion ss strengthened hy the fact that
Messff llaeti and I'ohirty are par-
ticularly well versed on tha! su'iject.
Mr telletier it is niiilerstood. is
i ';w -.'r to "onatilt with the Itritl.di
j (iti'l i.r"ie on postal m iid ( able rate
CHAS. W. SMALL
Typewriter and all that goat
IIS tham. Iieart Rtpairlng
Typtwrltart and Adding Ma-
chine. "That' all."
PHONE 75"OppoIU eat
Store BIdg next to the
Russell building at $75
per month July 1. If
interested apply to
Women Cast Their
At a recent meeting of the Woman's Aux-
iliary to the P. F. C.f the following resolu-
tions were adopted by unanimous vote:
"Whereas we feel that the health of ourselves
and families depend greatly upon the food we
"Whereas we have fully investigated the merits
of the foods sold at the different groceries of
Amarillo be it
"Resolved that we collectively and individually
recommend the groceries and meats sold by the
Griffin Grocery Company as fully meeting the
most exacting requirements of purity."
Phones 27 28 29.
A New Volume by a Texas Author
A Prairie Prayer
And Other Poems
(BY HILTON R. GREER)
Nashville American "Mr. Greer's love and ap-
preciation of Nature in all her moods and lorras
his delicate fancy his soaring imagination his felic-
itous expressions and his lofty ideals siarop him
poet beyond question. His increasing popularity is
based upon the growing beauty and value of his
work and the steady broadening and deepening of
Price $1.00 Net; By Mail $1.07.
Sherman French & Compy
Six Beacon Street Boston Mats.
TOO LATE TOjCLASSIFY
Foil HKNT-Our ground floor office
No. 12" Kast ith strict nearly oj-
I'ome tti" jx'at orrne. e are niov-
jing to Suite 1 in new Fwiua building
' K. U. Sander Co ;n2 it
WELL KNOWN IlllLDKK
VIMTOIl IN AMtKII.Ui.
J. I). Tunnell. a fornier renleiit of
Aniarillo and one of the test known
builders ever living la this cltr has
returned here and 1II be identified
with J. I). Blnjleton In thu erection
of tie bouse of Lilsbop an J Mrs V.. A
Ten.pl on Harrison stre t. Mr Tun-
nell built tb IMflns building that
was formerly the opera houe. and
was likewise tb foreman In charge
of the Potter county court bourt
FOR SALE Oil TItALE Motor' 1.
Phone "I.! or 'all at Potter Motel
IFOK SAI.E-Ke Top rane ped
II 2". it hundred II H Kirks. 4
tiul'-s south Amanlli) jr :i
I Lost .itl i-r;:u viaMies It' turn to
jl'aily Ne Heaard ;"(2 lp
"i; HK.N'T- Thn-.- fun.ihHd room.
I n. 'id' 'It . loin- iii Ailitr.ii I' li II...
''-' 2ii 2 3c
M)!t .Ul.K ALotit To or 7." little
.thickens Apply 7n2 Tyler street
Health is the foundation of all good
looks. The wise woman realUes thla
and takes precautions to preserve br
health and strength through the pe.
rlod of child tearing. She remains a
pretty mother ly avoiding as far as
possible the suffering and dangers of
such occasions. This every woman
may do th.-ouph the use of Mother's
Friend a remedy that has been so Ions;
In use. and accomplished so much
good that it Is in no sense an experi-
ment but a preparaUon which always
produces the best results. It is for
txternal application end so penetrating
In Ita nature as to thoroughly lubricate
every muscle nerv and tendon In-
volved during tb period before baby
cornea. It aids nature by expanding
the akin and tissues relieves tender-
ness and soreness and perfectly pr.
pares the system for natural and safe
motherhood. Mother's Friend has been
used and endorsed by thousands of
mothers and Its use will prove a com-
fort and benefit 1T- i
to any woman in J0WIS
teed of such a . ' .
remedy. Mothers Xl0flO
Friend is sold at J 1 W
drug stores. Write for free book tn .
expectant toothers which contains
much valuable Information. :
IIAOFIOO UCCUT0I CO. Attaa C.
A Brand New 5-Year Guaranteed Iron.
No matter how old it is or how badly torn up if it's a "Hot
Point" Iron dig it up out of the "junk" pile or back yard and
bring it to us with $3.00 and we will give you one of the lat-
est style Hot Point Irons.
The old irons were the best made in their day but they
are out of date and we want you to have the latest thing out.
Do this today while you think of it
NUNN ELECTRIC CO.
NonnBldg. West Fifth Street. Telephone 168. Amarillo Texas.
IF ITS ELECTRICAL WE HAVE IT.
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