Amarillo Daily News (Amarillo, Tex.), Vol. 4, No. 5, Ed. 1 Friday, November 8, 1912 Page: 6 of 8
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AMAR1LLO DAILY NEWS FRIDAY NOVEMBER A 1912.
takes particular plenurs la
planning tad atrvlog tha
tiwytblng mull b in
good form and goodlattc
Ut linen the. china anj
1 youf labUiilvtr com.
lrt anil iDDfonfiaif f
- ' r
i you rieea a carving
tpoona forks knives or
(847 ROGERS BROS.
h) the highest grade
4 plate made fi-
Bjooi (or oti 64
f lb larg ait
Whether a com-
plete aai or mm
a i w o pitctt
f c d t d t
rrry a food line.
DOLLAR DINNER DATE
DEFEIHED TO NOV. 19
At a meeting t tl"1 arrsng.-mer.t
..iiimltte. of th !- Men's
.... ui . w.ierdar It wa decld1
o defer the date of the organization's
w-.ond annual dollar dinner lo Turn-
lay night. November Thla d-l-ion
i reached in view of the
fan that the elation Interest Inter-
f..r"l with shaping of plana for th
'Irn date announced. November 11
It la stated by th''" h" r
rlv-ly shaping d-talla for the dollar
linn-r that th event III be on of
ho IDeaf of I' kind which ha -v-r
yen held In Amarillo It la planned
o have a bref and breey Hp-kn
pro-am. with a number of select
i..t Inspiring musical numbers for
good measure The d.nr..-r. accord-
ing to jr--nt arrangement. H
riven at th Harvey IIoubd.
The first annual dlnn.-r. ft'vn Uti
).r proved the worth of such an un-
k i - and If la the lnt.-r.Uon of
-h- committees to make the forth
ommg ff-lr comM-te in every n-
( C Ma ban. V: 1 lMf strnt
I'ort tfir.lHi Ark . i ' ' '
ay too rniKli In faor of I ' Ki.l
i..y I'IIIh I had kldn- trout.l with
a pain In m hck tha hurt fo aotm-
tln.a I had to go U don. Wh-n
t art-d takln Foly Kldn Hlli
I m h. nt ov-r Hut now I can
ork fvery day. th- i-a.n la rone and
I fo. fine "
randal rmr; v.o
BDARQ OF DIRECTORS
111 MEET TONIGHT
SPELLING BEE RIVALS
HURL FIL DEFIANCE
Notlrea to niftnl;!ra of th board j A a final fiauntlujj of Uih r-d
of dir'Ttor of the Chaniber of Com-1 flan to the oppoalllon. the followtnj
un ne cr n.alled out yeaterday D-j!at mt-nt by .ludue l!arr tt wan i-
prihinK tli' tn that an Important rn" i- mi Mitrday:
Iuk would be hld tonlsht and urg-
ing a full att ndanre.
At thla meetlnx. whi'h mark th-
firat of th- full board tm'e the n-w
erretary'a incunilM-n'-y. mattera if
.mportanre lll be d I ncn (!. and U
!a prohablf tha. d Hpial'lon of aon.-
ill be Hide.
Anionic n attiT hih are to l
ronaidered are the Catholic Arademy
lt nonine trad- excuralon the new
railroad nor'h. ?nd othera of eual
M.ir'ha Arnold Anltorh. Texas
ay "My rlilldren had a d'-cp-twai-!
ro'uh vihl'-h th" dwtor feari-d
" u-l'.t tru'ilt In pneumonia. He ad-
(k rr.- ''i S' t a larse bottle ol
K l" k Hoii-y and Tar Compound
atu! K"'p tliem oil f. The reftult iix
!ik mairir and the fo-itrh wan " tired '
RANDAL DIM'i; ).
I all 'lf lotirne) at tlmiti. Cil)
Atlantu City. N. J. Nov. 7. The
annual autumn lournaiiM-nt of the
Country Cluo of Atlanti( City the
laxt of the important tournament to
take place In the North thla year
l an today on the club'a rourae at
Northfield l!ay will 'ontinue until
Saturday hen the Rovernor'a cup
and half a doen other trophic
be awarded the winnera of the tournament.
I I AN
nklahoma City. kia Nov. 7.
In..... IP... i.iniu .Ml inarket five rent
111.- ........-'. -
buher Hulk. $7.x:.
Ca'tb- U"- ii'tn h:.u. market Bt'a-
Salea Av Wt. Trice
Inhll Surra I'urcell -
Sleet IM'.I -15
I ..i nli HaiiHiert. ()kar he
KANSAS CITY GRAIN
KatiMHH City. Mo No. 7. --Cimu
Wheat No 2 red !t7'l7"'. No ;i
red (.'f i 'J'i ' ; No 2 hard M 'tf V '
No :: hard. Mi.
Caah Com No. 2 white ne
.". t; No 3 white new . .'Iff ' ; No :
mixed new and old 'I 'a . No
Canh nt N 2 white ."::('.. ;
No. ;i white ::2('t "x . No 2 mixed.
::2'3 M .1.1.
lil'l'iilill All V K1i:lthl.
I have the exrliisive ftseni j for
1 .! ;oiis of I &- i N landn in thla
territory. Foriy-otm H" tlon In one
body of beKt and i lu apixt prb e ram h
bind In the ('unhand!- Numter o.
hiii I ir feet iiilin Mtnoiith. litid i i""C
; i'Iv ib-Kit able Will !! n Koo 1
:eii.is :it a low I't n e I. A I' I.I. S.
Ilxuly fk Wmih AiN are reauit'owr T"ito!fne Suit- J ?.
I M l Mi TATI Ol AMI.IIH .
mi;i Ht.KN HIvriSK'T K
lo Wil.i.iin A Hl.ik.le) in aid I'i-
For rertam nuvs offered htfore
the DiHtrlr; Coin of the I'lilt'd
.-i.il.h of Am-riea 'Al'liin and for
the Vi tlurp Inniriei of Texaii in
4 niurt of I iuikrn''e we tolilinaiid
and Hirnfh .-iiioin ou i.iUiK nil ot!i-
I matters i.ai.ie and not w ithHtandliitt
ih X' lis. . tha' vim lu ll soll.illy a!'-
ir l'i . ire ii'ir A.ud Dihtrirt Court
tn lie hoi.len in Atuarillo TeaH :u
r...id ilmiri. t oil the .'.'nd day of May
li I'M" it lo n'c-loik A M. lot
ihui r a e'IMiili Ilieii ny i uuf
Watton Co. of Denver. Colorado.
I.ilm $ 7 " t lot. DenlHon MU Co..
-.tilth I'arnitiDCloii. M;i t luilil t6C
'. h. (ien A. Crampioii. of .lack'ioM
County MiMsoiiri. ilaim ?2l.iU; In
o.ir Haid i o ut piayiiiK ih.it o i may
i-i ndjuilK"d a bankrupt and to do
feather and reeelve that whih our
aid I lit-r ri t Court xhall consider n
this behalf. And thla vo'l are 'n no
wine to omit under the pain and
n nalll. !. of ttf at liiav befall t hereon
VVitn.-Ks tne Honorable Kdward H.
Meek. Indce ol aaid Court and the
.-al th- reof at Amarlllo. Tevan. thi"
th dav of May H I 2.
i Sea 1 1
I. iM IS C M VNAItD. Clerk.
Ii Itol.LIK II SCALKS. Deputy.
II. ieived thin writ on the 7th d.i
.I t!i I'M 2. and I return the same
i in nerved for th.- reiiHon the witiiln
1 1. i'.iv isin'i
J lid j
' Spell it it h a wee my lord apell
it vlth a wee'" would bo the tieat
anawer my friend Veale t ould give If j
the court aliould suddenly pla e him :
in the poaitlon of Mr. W'tdler and re-
'luire him to 'pell hi own name.
Veale of the raucoua voi'e turbul-
lit aplM-arance and obatreperoua vo- I
My KO'-d friend V.-ale Im a liiont I
ainlahl fellow really and he baa
the r;fi of Kali Very K.illopuiK but
even the rl"t of big many f rienda i
know that h" ran riot np.-ll and that
be cannot refrain from hoaHtina;. Me
rannot properly ro-ordinate the ar-
'.h ulation of hi brilliant ImaKinU-'
five faculties with the ultimate i
xroiind of moral oblltation H a
slat. in. nin are more elaatlr than U-
OIII HlK ' I'HII.OH in all evo.
'Ihene trait of my friend Veale I
reirr.-t . x . d ncly That a man of
inch eminent pood (ualilun an he
poMMfHH. H xliould !e unable to correl-
ate tbe I i tern of the alphabet with
the word he intends to pell or to
oirellate tun own mental proceaaeh
with the reiildHH of bU deeds and
appearam iH mont Iam.-tit;ibe. Hom
loth uneeu.ly boantf uluena and van-
ity like unto that of the peacock mar
our frl'-nd Veale!
I am Informed that Jude Veale
in making d.-Kperate efforta to save
liiriiMlf trom the humiliation that
will Inn lit the HpellitlC bee toniftht
to-wit lie is try ins to ncciire to hl
id- ot' nil prifi'erH and poxtoffire
official" reasiifiinit that they OUKht
to be be-t. r Mpeiiera than otner
;olk mi be It We will jual hav
to take .ludire ea'e aa he in Noth-
inr will ibanre his uiiderliand tar-
t D h but I am oinir to rure hia van
tilty and bo.intfuliienii fonivl.t.
I'aithinl an- th" wounds of a
...I I n nitorl L ill llll.
(ire it' V. -.(! p'.r' ly out of rejrur I
fur hiii. and ti'H future welfare aii'f
im I'll j I ! . fur the r. ln f of llix
bl"-s( 1'' 1 1 hi; friendn Lit every-
I body i i;i.e out 'otih'ht. and see the
iproieriK loth l.l the iliteri'bt of good
iiipeliiui: :.iid the reformation of
I The .-idiiilttaine v :1 be onl. l"ti
i. n'i-. .to b" iim-d fi.r tne hi!ii acnooi
Cap Uoik and the H v in ti.tsltlm This
kpeilint; bee will l- held in tin) lliftll
yrliool uiiilitorium. hek'innlnK about
7:3". under the atiFibis of the
Come early 'and hear Veale of the
.loveian poae rauei.un voice turbu-
lent appearance and obhtreperous
iititionH M.iteiuenl l .lu.lr lUir-
rett It has just reached nie that .ludue
Veale ban been up to additional
trickn; that he has been nuletly pick-
ins out the bept upedera he can find
and bavinc them ntudy every nlnhi
ah.-nd. no na to defeat ni" If poHnible
toninbt. IIIk office has been In ua
too. till late bourn
A rloae friend state that two of-
ficers connected reape 'lively with the
sheriff' depart merit iiid 1 1 1 - city po-
Only Ten More Days
NOMINATIONS CLOSE NOVEMBER 15 1912.
After November I 5th candidates for Piano Prize will
not be accepted unlea by special arrangement with Conteat
NO USE FUSSING; IF YOU ARE COMING IN. COME NOW
$ 1 330.00 WORTH OF PREMIUMS.
Five handsome prizes. If you will hustle you can win
one. The Panhandle Meat Market will give you 1000 vote
coupon for every dollar spent in their market; you can then
deposit it to the credit of your choice. For every dollar
turned in by contestants there will be issued 2000 votes on
Today is a good day to start. Suppose you quit wishing
and get busy. DO IT NOW.
Standing of Contestants November 7 at 4 p. m.
Electric Light Protects
Better Than Firearms
AKr.VOLM.il in tin IummI o( i noxiYc Rix
xi rv little jirolettiotiHt any tim it in ar-
tirularlv iiieU'.rtixo nuainst a burlur nt nijjht.
Any aH.ni.t tn iw it x-xtvpt for piintf an lnn i
luiceruiis Inthiim' it 'jmm-s you to the n-ttirn fire
of tlio intru.h r wlm may ' h "sjixhI shot" and
"tjuirkcr mi the ln."
I'.hftrii- 1;l1i i if r- ou run turn it on ith-
nit -in xonrM It. My nu nly toiuhiiir; a switch
conveniently I.m at.-ii n. ir the luml of x our lil you
run itiisUntly H.h1 tin- hoiw wilh brilliant litfht.
No lniri;Lr ivtr IimiI who would din? to rvniain
either in the hoan- or it it iiiity exposed to the
starching raxs of -lftric li'it.
Ijrt w wirt your Imn for ilcctric convenience
and electric protection. Wc mill do the work at
moderate cost na-'' term.
I Willi.. i
;ko ii i;kki:.
I Xlal't'ial. Nol'lierti District
tt I I. !;(I.H. Depl.H
( l-.ii(liii il:
' No 7.'. in Hatikruptry In the
I S Dint riit Court a' Amarillo
Ii ! n.atl'T of U illiaiu A. I'.lakeley
i.ailit whom a petition 'or ivljudi-
la'ioti of bankruptcy in filed Writ
" tebioeta - Isnu -d May ti l'.M2
Returnable May 22nd. I'M 2
I.o iIk C. Maynard. clerk t.y Kollie
H f-'eal.a. I N'pMty. Returned and fil-
ed rd day of May. 1912
I ui is C. MAYNARD. Clerk
liv II SCt F.S Deputy
Nunn Electric Co.
Nunn BIJg. West Fifth St Amarillo Tex. Telephone 168
IF IT'S ELECTRICAL WE HAVE IT.
IN I IIK IHSTUHT CH KT OF THF.
t MTK1 mti:s Kilt TIIK
oi:tiiki:x imstuut of tf.x.
s amiui.u division.
In the Matter of William A. P.lak.
ly. Pankrupt. No. 7f. In Ilank-
ruptcy W h-rea. a petition a on the Gtb
day of May. 1912 filed herein for
an adjudication of
acairst William A. Rlakeley and It
appear therefrom that the nald
lUnkrupt i not within the diHtrlct
xnd that personal aervice of the sub-
poena herein can not b made on
him. now on motion of Clifford Dra-
ly V.f . attorney for said petition-
ers It is ordered that service of said
subpoena be made by publlnhins this
iiider toe. ther with said subpoena in
tnarlllo Daily News a newspaper
fiblUhed at Amarillo. Texas. In
aid dis'rtct. once a week for two
colineciitlve Week the last of said
nihlli atlons to be on the Mh. day of
November. 1912. and by making a
-opy of this order and said petition
xnd subpoena and br mailing a copy
if this order and said petition and
subpoena to the last known place of
xbode of the said William A. Itlake-
ley. In aald district on or before
the day of the first publication.
Witness the Honorable Edward R.
Meek. )tid of said Court and the
eal thereof at the rty of Amarillo.
'n said dlstrbt. on the lt d.iy of
October A D . 1!M2.
I df's C. V V YN A RD. Cbrk
i-v n ;:;' ii. ? r!" De-i'r
partineiii a few niL'ht. u
..talked a pecu.lu' IooMi.k package
that waa Murreptitiously carried from
(the exprea office up to .Indue Veale''.
f office This pa' ka.'e first aroused
their supicion wh.n th"v saw it hati-
ded from the express eiir at the San' a
Fe depot; It wuk a s.juare box made
of reinforced pasteboard and Just
about bii; enough to hold a gallon
demijohn They trailed it from the
expresa office late in the eveninc.
and found it left Just outside Judg'
Veale a office door the ennui Knee ev.
idently havins stopped atudylnc hiH
hpelltiiR lonR enough to step down ic
the restaurant to fetch Home aolid
refreshments to consume alone with
the contents of the express packare.
One officer crept up and lifted th
box I'nhelievable. but nevertheless
the package had just about the right
eieht and f'-el and be thought he
detected a sort of BurKling noise of
the liquid inside. The time the
place and the package thought be.
He cut the string pulled open the
sides of the paateboarda that en-
closed something bulky and heavy
and out rolled three dozen blueback
banknitpcy!HppUirit. l0oks! The astonished offi
cers retreated in dmgust wondering
bow in the world the fates came to
play Judo Veale such a fool trick.
They were still mystified until to-
day. On of them passing alone
saw 'Ins Hensley hard at work study-
ing a brand new blueback speller of
the genuine Noah Webster kind; a
little further on he found H. H. Mar-
tin doing the same thing; and when
he turned up Into a dark stalrwavj
and found W F. Zimmerman with
the same kind of new book he could
not refrain from ones'ioning that
doughty speller as to where he se-
cured the volume.
"Ion't let anybody know about It"
was the reply "but Judee Veale has
got pretty well convinced of what
Judge Harrett's crowd Is going to
do to blm at the high school tonight
and he has got the promise of thirty
or forty of us good spellers to help
him out. and on the sly he ordered
a lot of blueback spellers and gave
each one of us a book and told us to
study It every mlnut from now till
the time comes; lie's pretty badly
Statement by Judge Veale
Yr fs-eerred fr en l J :dce Harrett.
-Ii'ir rf f.ir'y-tsn writer of 1 1 m
Mist Willie Pollard . . 127.770
Mlns F.sther Kohlfa. . 4.!8u
Miss Kvu Hlackwell . 12.520
M.h Marie Dewey. . J.O80
Ml mi Itessiu RuKdale. .".560
Miss fletsey Sweeney. . 5110
Miss Helen Kochan. . . 610
MisH Frona Ilribble. . . 1025
Mrs. Lee Gillespie 4.030
Miss Gertrude Huffman 8.970
Miss Maye Timmons. . 590
Miss Heulah Northen.. 17.350
MIms Lillle Uden 20.150
1II1H COUPON" IS ;mh nut
I OOO VO I FS
when nominating ronteMunl
or 2T VOTF..S for any conle-t.
ant now In the rare.
Mis l.eou Callahan.. 3.830
Miss Anna Lyona 4.810
Miss Angle Heal 11.610
Misa Mjrtle McDonald 4.34
Miss Jessie Beach 10770
Mrs L. C. Ilarrett. . . . 32550
Mrs F. Bone 37.280
Mrs. Anna Dewltt 92.205
Mies Lolah Wllmerlng. 60930
Miss Bunion 4.505
Miss Rosa Jones 11730
Miss May Anderson... 14140
Mias Jennie Hutchison. 10505
Miss Lula Dustin 3460
Everybody Voted for Wilson
NOW THE CROWD HAS ELECTED TO BUY WIN-
TER FURNISHINGS AT GREER'S
AFTER ELECTION SALE.
Greer's Department Store
DO TYPEWRITER USERS REALIZE
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hand adjustments on the ordinary machines?
Do jfou realize for example how much time is lost in
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paragraphs write "yours truly" and address the envelopes?
i THE COLUMN SELECTOR of the Model 10
REMINGTON eliminates these hand adjustments
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Illustrated booklet sent on request
REMINGTON TYPEWRITER SALESROOMS
1517 Main Street. Dallaa Texaa.
ri'k. and withal one of the most lov-
able men In all Amarillo. has evident-
have been unable to leave my offlM
till late in the evening ami enna.
ly fixed for me. Being beaten before jrjuently I have been unable to study
he and his friends are said to be my spelling aa I wished to ttia
will be the reason. If Judge. Barrett
mks a better showing thaa I first
bending every effort In preparation to
retrieve their reputation as spellers.'
1 regret that It has been Impossible expected.
for me to do likewise; I had Intend ! Thla is going to be a great match.
d st ulylnc ahead for this spelling Several grandfathers and grandmoth-
!'. I'M the fact Is I have been ex- ers will spell and they export to
rrr(i:rg!y busy for the pa?t few days dmw th- ynincer Feneration a thing
the demands of try law praMiro hr or two about spelling. Cotre out to-
Ir.sr o ari"ott t h it fr" j-'"' !'y I nisr-f ar. I sc th fun
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