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   Amarillo Daily News (Newspaper) - January 20, 1912, Amarillo, Texas                                 amarillo  NE W S  III., NO. 07.  \M XRILI.o. TEXAS,  SATURDAY, JANUARY 20, 1011.  price fix K CKN rs.  jCZ  MRS. SHEER IS DEGLflREO SANE . AND LIBERATED •  A.  ♦  HKAR-ON (RAMI    ♦  at sum Joseph ♦  Physicians Differ in Opin ions as to Her Mental Condition  By Associated Pi ets.  St. Joseph, Mo., Jan. 19. Confused signals caused two Burlington passenger trains to meet head-on in the railroad yards here today. \ dozen passengers and members of the train rrovvg were injured, none fatally, it is thought.  CHINESE REBELS  ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦  ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦  4    4    ♦    ♦    ♦  Jersey Govenor Addresses!Cable Appeal Received By Great Auidence on “Bnsi- j American Department ness in Politics”    of  Citate  W0M1N EiïfST£STiMONï|BIRDMEN READY  FOR AIR HfluES  “imSAL IS NEEOEOOUa DECISION INIPORRNT  Sl Rlill S FILM TIM.  (MCl RS X I TRIPOLI  I'.y Associated Press  London, Jan 19. Serious fighting between talian and Turkish troops occurred in Tripoli lanuary J 1 s. On the first date tb** Italian fleet bombarded /oara    On the eight  eenth Italians were attacked by Turks and Arabs.  ♦    ♦♦4    44    ♦♦♦♦44  SOUTH NEED 1  Knox Says We Should Respond to Latin-American People’s Call  ruTKixíí of clock in un lì III \KI> PLAINLY, so I VTF.NSK XV Is JNTERKS'I  oí auditors.   SAVS  c,n vn:\ NOW nei ds and 1 Fol’LF DEM VM> I MAM Il’A-  IION FROM MX» him;  party ici LI .  __ Third    International Avia-  EVIDENCE SENSATION! tion Meet Begins in Los  Angeles today  Iks lares She W as Seized F> Guards and Orngged and Woke Hour*, Afterward ln Harren Loom in Sanitarium.  15v Associated Press  Los Angeles, Ual., Jan. IN. I he third International Aviation Meet begins here tomorrow. Records made by aviators will stand in eighteen countries of the world, in which the federated bodies of aviation have ju-  risdhtion.  Forty-nine aviators will participate in the meet. Fifty-four machines representing nearly every known type are a 1 ready housed here.  “TWIX" Si I.I.IYA V  Ill's I S WcW xnn\  llv Associated Pr**#.«*    „  Cleveland, O., Jan 19.  îw,n  Sullivan wo na ten-round bout from Tom McMahon here tonight. Che fight was won hv superior generalship.  B  RXLRXX IN.RI- DMOND  FILMT Is DRAWN  H\    at*»i    Prêta  Youngstown, O., lan 19 Baldwin and lack Redmond fought twelve rounds to a draw here tonight i * . ; » fini sited st »or «  Fort Worth, Tex., Jan 19. Mrs.  Lena B Sneed was declared sane by Judge Tom Simmons of the Sixty-seventh district court at 2:15 o’clock this afternoon and ordered discharged from the Arlington Heights Sanitarium, where she has been confined since he r return from Canada.  The habeas corpus hearing for the release of Sneed on bond, pending his trial next Monday, for the alleged killing of Coi. A. G. Boyce, Sr., was made impossible because of Mrs.  Sneed s hearing, and w ill be heard at * o’clock Saturday morning before .Judee Simmons.  Against the opinion of Dt*. AUmonj of the Sanitarium that Mrs. Sneed is j insane, the physicians who talked to, her for three quarters of an hour, discussing the Sneed-l'oyi ? case, declared her sane Two said she showed no signs of insanity, though it might he possible for a person to be insane and require longer than that  to  ....... It I'** R O UrasweP  declared flatly “SDK IS NOT INSANE.”  Mrs. Sneed took the stand In her own behalf after the testimony of! the physicians Dr Braswell in his (»pinion flatly indicated that he did not belbne Mrs Sneed had “Moral Insanity “ The physicians s»‘d she told them it was her purpose, if given her liberty, to go to relatives, and that she never again expected to nee A. fi. Boyce, Jr.. with whom she went to Canada after her escape from Hie  Arlington Heights Sanitarium.    hu    Pré«.    .  'Moral    insanity“    wa 8  Dr    Wihner    Norfolk, \ a.    ,    .    .  Mil,. ™    diagnosis    of Mrs.    Snood's | ,,u, cutter Itam-a rea.-h.-d    he ,,    hoon-  . „ndltum. based upon her desertion Ur Harry Pr.seott atramie nesr a , her husband. James Real Sneed. Hattera sat too > ^,,0010"-„„,! her    alleeed statements    to him    *111 attempt to take off    four    mem  ha, she    fee,S no    remorse    for her    her, o fthe ore* who «e . Im.lr'  I to    the rigging    of    the vessel.   3  In "the to art r.rnn the nroeeedlmts    |    l.lfe    savers    made    a    final  were otter,..! liv S. nntor Lattimore t„ res. tie the imperilled men a .1 t Who ; t, 1.0,tneed that he was the r»p- tonight, and failed ' e.ans. mrt Eesen.atlvo Of Mrs. Sneed, a, her re-'sea, and a strong de t a feared  ¡that re«»'ue is inposgible tonight.  qu-st.    i  • I < i!,pM stand th it t c* » !h» r «In**  ..  tr ung to Induce h* r t<* withdrew |\\l(.l RATION IN  Hv •- ■ »aie I P*e*s- _     u   Brand Rapids, Mich., Jan. Governor W* drow Wilson of New Jersey today made two rear-piatfon-speeches at Eaton Rapids and Charlotte, also one to students at Ann Arbor, before reaching Grand Rapic a tonight, where hA was met by representative Democrats.  Tonight, Governor Wilson addressed the Ladies’ Literary Club, and )at< r addressed an immense audience on tho subject “Business in Polities.  The speaker declared that the country is suffering at present from too much politics in business, and too little business in politics. He said that the country needed and the people demanded emancipation from machine politics  Wilson leaves Michigan tomorrow for his home in Trenton, New Jersey.  TO I’.IIFD BRIG XliF  BLLIFX II* II WILL II v\ F «H XP I \G I NI I M S« I UPON FIX I iITH I K P< »XV KRS I NTEK-|>|j I) IN ( HINA.  IN NEIN TOIK  •'¡ADDITIONS ID STRIKE DANKS  SFITTI XRV ( H SIATI. I RGF.S RATH B X I ION ( fl NM XR XI -CH IN XND HONDURAN LOAN (ONX I NTIONS.  ing Operatives Vote to Join Others  Hv Associated Pies*.  Washington, D. C., Jan. 19 I he    —-—  “, for  ‘    ,,»»><■>'    ot    tn. ;    g . Hundred English-speak-  Chinese r* mblicans, signed by A ang |    ^    ,  Chung Wei. was received at the Btat*  Department today.  Decision of the State Department upon the appeal is certain to have great influence upon the five other powers interested in China.  It is probable that the department will not move in the matter until it confers with the powers.  The Stat* Department is determined that there will be no departure from the policy, always pursued, of maintaining impartiality between tie Chinese factions.  AXIERIC VN rROOFS    j    thousand    no*'    (Ml    strike  XRRIYF XT PEKING  u exrK , ete d fhat  mills will close down.  By Xssttc>ate<} Press.  Lawrence, Mass., Jan. 19. Notable additions to the ranks of the striking textile worked« were made today at a meeting, when six hundred English-speaking operatives voted to gtrike, and it is claimed that as many more will abide by the decision of the meeting.  Seven hundred foreigners went out today, making approximately sixteen  8 *V* I u!  Pekin  p.,,.  lan.  19, —Five hundred of  |M)M IN  1 leaver?VoiV jaiL 19. A brigade to or post to house five thousand United«™  !l   the Fifteenth regiment of the United HONOR! Ll , ^    arrived    thi- morning  Referee Stops PouL  B> A— »ciattd Press  l^ondon. Jan. 1“ The ten-round fight here tonight between English ex-champion Warner and an Xmeri , an. Richard Cooper, was stopped in the fourth round by a referee, « oop-er was almost down, and unable tc continue.  hchoonkk strands  OFF EXIT' HAT I ERAS  States troops will be built at the barracks five miles iron Honolulu. Hawaii. at once.  The order was given today to VX Frank Noot constructing engineer fur the government at Fort I ¿os. an,  x, ... Colorado, bv the quartermaster g**n eial of th** department at XYash.uv ton, ■<) sail to Honolulu on Februar ' and '*e "r t ov tr’etina * •    *e^  ♦ he brigade post immediately.  This action follows closely the discover ya few* days ago by the 1'cited  “,0f*0 former  XV  Logan  r  ntrv arrived this morning it ..I ; ? if, railroad from Peking e sea The troops landed at ,o -f  to  from It 1 ** Transport Xttache Captain Reeves of d States legation met the troops when they landed The .sol-, rs  pro» e**de<i at on* e tc» r dieve the British, who have been -guarding the * aieri* an section of the road.  Three hundred Americans will be artered in a warehouse a» Tien  (  # v \ if. in oth*;rr " i 11     *hej  railroad from Tang Shan to Lan-j chow  \t XX CIIIN X*S ( I RRI NCX  PRINTING in ( HD X€.<»  (llv I XHOM X “XX IE IK' XT“  RESTS ENIv Rl  States that there are Japanese solders in Hawaii who are  ,object to service on Japanese call a, j *r '-££*■'    ,,     The     currency  anv moment. __  ,»|,irh    will    be    used    In    the    new    Chi-  COMMITTEE ItFINiRT  SI STAINS DR. XX II EX  lier StHt • i hat  Sue* *. t at io  a pp)  4 ! Si  United  Mr,-  a ion,” h** -aid.  tr | { ? ,\ttorne\ Atw he had understood th v *-J’ed so withdraw t D * * apuli-,.,nd “go with her famiD \ have represented the husband in the crin inal and civil action from the inception of thB Mr. Atwell >.,id ‘ and I desire at» hour in which to confer with him. 1 promise that testimony will be brought »>«♦ tita»  Mrs. Sneed D morally insane that she is suffering from moral dementia,” Mr. Atwell said He was grant-» d an hour by the court  “Of course, the < ourt will understand that a person can’t bo kicked t i tor moral insanity in Texas, Senator Lattimore, counsel *or Mrs Sneed, interject« d. On motion of Mr. Lattimore, medical experts summoned for the case by Mrs Sneed's at _ tor neve were allowed to converse wi»h |j 1t ,  •    *    m_________«    f f 1/tn u.’ I 1 4»»  \ ri  ¡ni  S', i \ , M «  G lob,  »•b- » Ht on H» bv ran  Roan savins lot sin tho r*  » r\  fr»  \RI/«»N \ DEI X V ED  Ian IGovern* -d;u « for inauguro ion u < r*‘ up«* * 'o lav by t ? T rritoriaI Governor that the count of baient election would not  her In Judge Simmons' office, whll* i p Sneed h* r husband, wa f  talking to his ,-ittorney in th«* court room The next mov** was the filing of a  be completed probably before Janti- ar \ -pi. Hunt, after receipt of the telegram, said that be doe« not now expect t*> be Inaugurated before the middle of February.  PI » Itld' I XI M»RX I*-  1» \M XGl l> RX DX N XXII I E  Hy    rirs.  Pueblo, Pol.. Jan 19 A stick *»f dynamite placed on the window sill near the Colorado laundry building here earD tO*la> exploded, wrecking rear building XV III Johnson  0y    Pré«  Washington, D. P., Jan. 19 - Dr. Harvev XXL Wiley, chief of the Chem-istry Bureau of the Department ct Agriculture who was the storm cen ter of the food administration cor* trovers* last gumnu r, is given a cl**a bill of h«*alth in the report of the House Committee that ln\estimate* th** '*harg**s and counter chare* -against him. The committee repor’ which will be presented Monday su tains Dr. Wiley.  ( a*h (*» lle.»*l XX ««.tern (. *D B <D  Phi ago, 111., Jan. 19.- Deleea** -r* nr* s< t ting tb** many « l ibs affp; t-d with the W **st* rn Golf VssodaP are artivlng in Chicago to at ten ! * association’s annual me* tin« tonne row. Thr past season was th* -  tn prosperous in th** hist<*r\ ot the t* s*•, iaDon atxi tb** at.nun 1 meeting w 11, in th»* nature ot ft love feast t ceiebrat * tin* satisfactory condlt:  <»t afi tirg ind the bright oitlook t th«» futur< Th** business of the me* ine will Include the election oi **f corn, the allotment of th» annua championship event« and th,» «onsiJ ere:ion of several proposed amend mentfv to the constitution an J  ! 1  laws  nese republic is being printed in Chi cage. This fact became known today, when a Chinaman w'as arrested and found to be in possession of one  of the notes.  It was learned that the order for th«* printing was left here b\ Dr Sun Yat Sen before he departed for China.  Gog. Ltr »be« H«> X ears Old.  Clermont. Iowa, lan, 19. -Former |  Ity A - V'C'aM’fi Pres«.  New York, Jan. 1 9,—' I he heaviest and most matter-of-fact responsibility that today rests upon the Pnited states,” declared Secretary Knox in an address before th** New X ork Stato Bar association here tonight, “is that we should respond to the needs still fcR by some few of our Latln-Amer-ican neighbors in their progress toward good government by assisting them to meet their just obligation» and to keep out of trouble.”  Urging the ratification of the proposed Nicaraguan and Honduran loa» conventions. Secretary Knox made a radical departure from his former arguments in their behalf, asserting as a responsibility incident to »he Monroe Doctrne the duty of the 1 nit-more ed States to assist, those Central Am-J urb an countries to establish tranquil-I nt> v ithin their borders through restoring their finances to a sound ba-M Ll. sis. Heretofore Secretary Knox has  1  pot rite 1 out chiefly the benefits to be derived from the adoption of th** loan conventions through th** prevention of ‘the annual harvest of    revolu  tions and the increase of prosperity ; and commerce.  i Tn his speech tonight, however, he ’declared that It    was the positive duty  of this country    to 1» nd assistance to  the weak republics He tra*« d the development of the Monroe Doctrine,  *.«r, xh'\* 9 v*»*h'e present : ’• lew  v if the United Mates under that doctrine to lend a helping hand to our sister Republics to th«r south to I assure just determination    of tb#  ! iJaims of European nations    against  ¡them This admitted no respensibik-! fty for their wrongdoings, and it was, said Mr Knox,    a far cry from aiding a n**ighbor    in doing richt or de-  '    *    : fending a right to assuming vica-  >|ore Dynamite Te-tiiuonv. Ujous responsiblllt) for his    wrong-  v \ %% "'C i <i t    PffXx    j * -    »*  Indianapolis. Ind 'an 1 > Th»*    ^    ^     de clored.    was simply  at    least    five    men,    ot    er    an    * *1  HtattMrent of     the two extrem«>« of  who    have    already    been    in».,    te-    o    ^    ^    ^     {t u;i4i the  rpediura  convi*’ted of the charge of ?  nar ^ t  :  ; . ourw  ^hich at the present time thia  conspiracy part «tpa « • „ tah i ia K * countrv had to consider In determia-to dynamite an iron works establish-     rh# >    rentral Am-   m «*nt at Akron, Ohio, on July 4, »910 '«a    ‘ ”  By Associated Pres*.  Kansas Gity. Mo., Jan. 19. -“Wildcat” Ferns, the Oklahoma cowboy pugilist, tonight won decision over Tnk” Russell *»f Phila*ielphia, in a furious ten-round fight here. The fight wag stopped in the t**nth on account of the fa« t that Russell w;t-hadlv cut.  I at! Not Likely tc» <•«» 1‘ung* v.  Ne* Yc«k,    .Ta»«    .•».’ - }’retn<L a,  Taft will attend three dinners in this city tomorrow evening, those of the Hocietv of th** Genesee at the Hotel Knickerbo« k«*r the Bar Association of the Citv of New York at the Waldorf-Astoria, and th«* X* w X ork decoders* Association at th** M’aldorf-As-toria  C,o\ *»rnor William I years one of the fo circi»  lo va politi a  eight Hi 1 irt hop «* near h  **rx *‘d in the • n • cat s an 1 X v g tO 1  s  ' '  H RX ( I I s   !.,» v n««  hey didn't narked B« ,n pu» ra :• *>rior * our  arad, **, for many remost figures in  g. célébrât«' ! his  IP  was  era p< Th  testlfleti to ! pi v here  ■for.  lav  the Federal  thr*  t»hio ’ si car*  M« v  ‘•riean republics. In other words. ti*w question to determine, he «aid, vas now far the United Mat* ^ might go  in helping ancher A meri* *an people “to a* - r- anv iniurious c,*r of w rong ioing “  lenee*  I lit  • pet* '• iiucnti 'i'  FU I Oi f  I  « o  I R XNivI IN  il!  work  as  n v  hi  ui /,/-■*» » ill 111  ft  h  afferro* *d for t  . re« f ter  T »  th*’ « Miry loi!» f jurors a beet  1 . t V  M  TP  an  f h.,  fa«  »let  proprietor, states that h** believes the building was dynamited by someone connected with a rival laundry, but  Tn* n« vt move wo» mr ******— *•* - j no < lue hag been found bv the ptdi plea of interv**ntlon by th* Umbpnd j »fonight a reward of «in** thousan«! tbrocgh bis attornevs, M* Lean. Scott •  do uarH hag been offered to « aptur** à Melgar The Intervention pb a  signed by Bueed, recites that the two were married on October 1-, lb»" 1 , and lived together until Nov 8, 1911, on which date Mrs. Sneed wa» ab-ducte«! and carried ¡»wav to < ana la, ^ that Sneed had spent his time and , ¡^go. mon* v to brine I er back, that he had put her in th© care of her father, fhat the conspiring* of the man who had taken her nnd others to again abduct her and the belief tha* «he is insane hud caused him to place her  the dynamiter*.  The fu»** war found In an alley back of the laundry. The explosion was th** work of an inexperienced dynamiter It in said an effort was made to destroy the laundry a y**ar Th«* damage toda» was five hundred dollar»  SUTE BANKS  CONTRACT LET  FOR NEW SHIPS  of AN  I i ft Rally in 'X iMmein.  wat kee, 'S  ; s.. Jap. 1 ”■    •  >n ent« hav** been comp’*-!* *onf«*i en< ,* an  1  banquet hero tomorrow bv U**pul •In« the renoruinati« n of '1, ft It is expected th -»•*. ' ded bv a thou« of tb„ prominent par»» i- cousin  ar-  f.e  Prostri Uy  d b  >r n  pai  M  I a 1 ’(»Bette I** XX «“> U»t* 1 * l *‘t  New York, lan    1 *    Senator    Rob   r?  X    j  k  Follette    ,*f Wise«main    1« to  brim;    b»s pre«id«*ntlal    boom to    New  Ynrk next \v,*, k The aposf **  ,i,f  pro-ressi ve r* pu»*llcanism wall come to *-wn    backc‘1 bv    an    xr?;*ni '    »Hun  I !  t •  SO.  is Insane hud causea rum ««» p»««*-    *     nf    h( , r   in a sanitarium, and that ho now be-  ( har»ed XX Bh I «*ÍM»nlng Kon.  Bad Axe, Mich, Jan, 19. Mrs John Wesley Sparling, who 1« accused ‘Nvear-old «on and  heved that it is necessary for her to he confined in some good medical In  (Continued on Page 81  gttspe«t«ul of having caused the deaths of h»*r busbar I and two other members of the family, whm given a preliminary examination In court today  May Assume    Such Title  Says Treasury Department Announcement  |}v    * -t*. i#(c<! P«ev%  Washington, D    Jan. 19 F«»r  the fir»t time in history It de»#b»pe  1  today that »tat*, bank* and trust con panics may !>**<otne known a* ‘Unit ed State- DepOf itarles “  According to the Treasury Depart meat, any finan» ;al Institution in A meric.», national bank, state bank or trust company, holding postal -«av in«« deposits or other govern; • “ feuds, nu»v assume the title of de |M*»itar» ’ without legal appointment even though th«* designation I* not conferred by the Secretary of th* Treasury,  1'wO l)re*dnaughts Will kn»wn »« the In««irgent*s ’ N\ iti.  I .    v    i..    .    ä    1*    b»    I    j.»    «i    «i    Vx    n    ♦    cxrx    ♦    fì    rt  Bear Names of OKIaho ma and Nevada  him  v A»«'* »tfd P***-*  Washington, D C , J.»n 19.    (  racts for the constrnetoin ot * wo »»0-ton sniHT-1 »read naught *• ere authorized at the la«  <f Congre»«, will he awarded to th  XX b*• n he make* hi« debut on the stave of Carnegie Hall Monday evening will be Gifford Plnehot the erstwhile r !<*.«*' «t friends of Theodor** Ro«'«ev«’t Other«* who ha»o tak»*n a prom cent part in the bringing of Mr La Follette to the metropolis are F. which If* Howe, president of the Insurgent a session j club, and Norman Hapgood. Rs first président.  Sexr York Ship Building .» tud« n N J , atid the «hip Building Company »fbès  Hecretary of the Navv  Ot tn »ke public the prlee wli'.-h vi * paid for the ve««els, w hich » ave »•en named the Oklahoma n»»*i N-v ad a  Congre«* atlowed »ix millions f (i r a ( » eonstructb*n of these ship«  sa» tu Unit* rane» oblia to »1«  From Mr Kn self si"  "We j he said, î about improve ! cot insurance r>k our th* conditio? - to : are tmprove*i.” j The Seer« tary di j admit that th - re v presented in th«* c iatsrference In ('en  ; ' » n  r his con * ^residí nt s arc oi**l  did not interfere  mtwiT  ! ¡ - ît ruent untrv for «S* one ef n* such . : : at ton  • rritortad  s*son. the  • a"-. '«'»1 that the Gl es a*  U a » ase liât* « “to ©Tuent by of a just  he >• ere iscv, it as ! r th«  * h an xr-f this >n ntrv  dim!  ! Ti  dpoint. «aid reduced it * ¡raio e, iponslbility ,** as w <• bring n-s    I.ike an  decreases a* it pertains  not hesitate t* *s actual danger ,**t ton of fore» g» al American ile-  I orti Forecast# Generally fair Saturdnv Y**«ferduy'« temperature  \r T a m    1    At 7 !* n  Max in um    Minim    um  hoi .»X * t 1 91 1 Min  pubi ics. In hi«* iiieuMion «»* (Ws Monroe IN trine he traced the Mie tory of Cuba to -»how how wise had been the policy of the United State* in (»p po«ins the interference of France and Great Britain when those nations proposed to co-operate wita Spain to guarantee Spanish reten fob of Cuba  Today no great liveliness of iraag-(Continued on Page 4 1   

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