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   Amarillo Daily News (Newspaper) - January 25, 1912, Amarillo, Texas                                 AMARILLO DAILY NEWS  VOL. III.. NO. 71.  %>!IIiILL4i. TKXAS, T1U^iU^»»AV. LAN! RV 25, 1012.  t'KM F MVLCKNTS.  R[C ST MEE  S  N  Chamber Commerce Board Session Marked With Vim and Enthusiasm  nm IS Pits  Lli I  i*nooiii:ssn oi  \\y t»11\<î FOIÎ TI'OOV'  By Associated Pi ess.  (’heyenne, Wyo., Jan. 24.— Frogrcsri VC    Rcpublicar.H of  W'yoniing ori.;ani/f*d here today, detlaring for KooBevt-lt a-s the Hepabliean presidential nornint'e in the eoniiriR <ani-paign, and plodfted theniaelves to oppoFe the “standpat” faction of the party.  ♦ ♦  Provides for Revision Iron and Steel Tariff Schedules  In  T£E  lllNOiNt; SFFM MILS M\IH:    I*'  mlmhfms am» flans h'«»lt M\Rivi:i» At’Tivnv vKi:  I »ist I .‘-SI I»  1 JL  With a vim, snap and vMithuHiusiu readilv suggestive of poteiilialiiy for the f.'ture aetivity of the Fhamber of ('onimerco. the newly eloetc'd l.oard of dir-c tors of that ort:anizution met yesterday afternoon and initiated fnndatmmtals for the work of the in-vmmtng fis-al year. Y’.H Fmiua was tho unaniino'is ci’.oite tor jcresidcdit, while 1-. T. Ware, and .1. h. Smith were ehosmt as vice iiresidents. and II. F. Friddv was looked ur-ou as most desirahh- nmtcrial for secretary.  Ringing sjieeches were made- l).v Messrs. Futiuu. Sanborn. astersoti, Kakle. ('anode and Whenthy, following that of Mr Fri(idy, the Bec ret.'uy, under the dire« tion of ttie retiring Imard. In these talks the in >mi>crs of tin* new i.oard »ieclartnl thernsehes ready and anxious to demonstrate witli even greater force tlie worth of the ^'hamher of Fommerce The^- will now give attention to all that line of matters that is calculated tc> ilaini attention of the commercial organization of a live city, and welcomed the sfitement that Lewi- 1> .Sampson, the commercial club expert, expected here today or tomorrow. wiR i>e In position to place plans before them for the purpose of se. uring c fuller cat-operation  Pile no anncmncen ent has i»* en made for the next meeting of the board, it is understood that this will be h*1d upon the arrival of Mr ^«mp-son at V hich time arrang^atems will proh.Mdv he made for the launching of the campaign for members The entire personnel .»f the new iioard i-«»xoe ted to atten.l the next meeting, as those «ho were out yeaterday in fa^or of a pertect (o-operation anong the .Mreetorate, wiRch will lead to a general spread <»f the same «entlment among the people as a whole  Foing exhausti\elv into the work previonslv performed hv the direc tors of the Fhamher of Fommerce and th‘* future* possibilities of the organ-l> t' I’ridciv was largely in-Str mental in bringing forth expres-si,,ns from tlie new hoard, having -•hown the ereat need for immediate and continuous aifivities for the ie-velocment of tin* citv  \%1I RIF \ N 1 KlHTFRS  \\ IN IN RXRIS R(»l IS  s  SES IN KE""  1 JL  S  Mill Owners Refusal to Enter Conference Darkens Horizon Again  Bv  latcd B.ess.  I at'. reiicc, .Mass.. ian 1'* I ros-pe ts lor settlement of tlte strike of fitfemi thousand ti'xfile operatorg l(n>ked dim tonigiit when mill owners refused to enter conference with the comi.i’ttet. of strikers in tlie presence iicting* '*'    ‘    arhitratiim.  Willi,im I>. Haywood addressed an ot idcor tmeting this afternooon, urg-in- the strikers to remain firm, lie said that he wcmld go west and soih it aid for tliem. He also declared that he had never se«n a strike di-teaied  h> soldiers.  •Keep a clu ek on vourselves. D.ui’t allow either side to gel yon.” Havwood a<lvised, ‘ If von must keep the strike* on, w<* vvill do our best ti» <-ur off railroad traffic- to Lawrence.” He expressed opitiion that it will he P(..ssiille to stop e(»al ailcl Otllel* necessities frotn coming tc» the irilis. He also thougln that, if nect-ssftry, the sohliets tould in* starvi* 1 o t at. La " I ence.  líFfíXTF. (»N .MKA'-riti: WILL OF-CJIN' 1 RIDAY ANOHTRK’T FARTV VO'IK F^* i:\FEFTFI».  By Associated Presj.  Washington, H. F , Ftn. 2 1. The iron u’Hi Hto^l tariff sell©-dole introduced today by Representative Fnderwood was referrecl to the Wavs and Means Committee. The committee will act on the hill tc-morrow’ and a strict party vote is ex-pectc'd, with republicans voting against the measure solidly.  Debate will begin Friday. Repuh-lic*an le.iders are discussing the ad-visaiulitv of submitting a substitute lull.  Li  N  N  Ï  Co )se of Wealthy Young ( )inamen Discovered In Portland Station  FA( IvFX Mel \RLXN»»  I’.FSIs .IA(’K WARD  By .Associated Press Fhtladelphia, Fa., Ian. 2 4. lack Ward, the F.nglish lightweight, was completely outclassed by Fackev Mc'Farland in an eight-round liout before the National Athletic Flub tonight. M ard vvas bewildered hv the (’bicago hoy’s speed.  CiVED li Sä  U4IRK FA IDI STIA IM»NI RV F\ FFRIFN»"FD KMI l- .M \N—W< >-- .MAN .SFSI'FC TFD .VM* AR-RFST MAY F<*LL<»\V.  1  3  R, MI RA IV  WOliDY  HIT WITH  F.DRAH  W    Vi**»! ftlMHle I-latu'..  Providence R. I. Jan. 2 < Foliti-ctans here are looklne forward with c'onsiderabie interest to the visit of Fcwernor Woodrow Wilson, '* lu> is coming to Frov id«*nc*' tc>din<>rrc-w lor the purps. of mil^ rinu with the l)em<Tatic leaders of »he .State upon tlie (oming presidential campaign and the* gc*neral situation in Rhode Island During his s»av her** ihe X»*w •lersey »*\e< utivc* will he the* g i«*sf of foi nu*r Ftovernor lames H Hlggnis.  By A'^sociated Pres.«,  Washin'/tT.in. 1) (* . Lm 2L following twcv h ic.rs OÍ general d'*hate today, the Sc*nate agrc*ed to vote next T ’esclay on Sena»(»r I orah s 'eü to create a c bHdrc'ti s ieireau ic tlie De-partiii lit cd Fomniercc* and Lahoi.  Senator Hailey of Texas renewed his attack on the hill, on coiisiitu-tii'tml grc'i nds, *, riti« i.sinu wh.a’ he sail were Borah’s efforts to p' t t' i. drc»n on a !<*v*d witli pl.gs  ”.M'' effort is to raise* them t ■ the  level of pigs responde.l HcU'ull. VVllO ! ic iitends that the governmt'c.t’s ex j ¡•a nditure of miliiciiis of dollars to. infoiinauoa comeining Hu* cunaui.’nj of hogs and cattle 3u»tlfi»*s the thii ' ty thousand dollars aske+l for * he (Jnldren's bureau.  f.y A *ociated Pre-.~  !g**attle. Wash., Jan. 24. The mur derrd hodv of Seid Bing, foreman of ‘ hinese shIiiioh crews at Empire Fity and Astoria, (.Iregon, and also in .\!as ka and a neplu-w of Seid Back, a Fort land millionaire, was found in the Fnion Depot Isaggage station to-cav in a trunk that arrived from 1- rtland on Deceiulier 21.  Vo iiuiuiry had been made for tlie trunk, and it would have been ship t**l to •4aint Paul but for tiie odor f-.ee rhp hodv. which led to invcsti-f. ■ mil, T! • body was cut t,. ph*. e*. hv an cxpc-f' k- ifenmn  .g-alT had . » *■!! ai'plic'd t • I'.ii h-r | <‘e' av and r-top hl**e!!nc, 'lie vht.li. : 11 lieiiiht oi \mma-'  I  Y MAN  Bond for $35,000 Immediately Signed by Relatives and Friends  t  3L  «ES flElSDHS  BFLIK\i:s DFFKNDANT WAS Ni/T FAFABLK OF ! 0<»L ^NI» DFLIBFRATF A(H ION AT TIME OI KILLINH.  '"»layer in Virginia Rushed to Jail to Escape Threatened Lynching  t f. ' . .! m *M \N IN »  \sF VRR!^ I  r\FI »-'I I D  I*  H  ENSE EOG MARS AVIATION  .-icIiiMil Tru.slei-% i»f .All»eita.  Falxarv Alt» Jan. 24. The sixth  iiiieujH eonv**ntion of tin* arsoeiation of s* hooi trustees of the Frov ince of \!hc*rt;i m»*i in thi.s »itv todiv tor a two davs’ session. The improvement • ol rural IL* liools and school satii»,i tion and medicai inspection are tt'** leading subjects slatc*d for consider ation The scheduled speaker.s include F W Mitchell, the Frovincia! minister <*f education, and Dr. W (  Ml rrav, piesiii»*nt of the of Maskati liewan.  ,I t l.in 1    (    re    Jan    2    4    I’olic    '  ii-'omref! llia' >eid Ftiig u'lar-1    will.    :t    t    hitie;;.- wouian on the  *    ;f     ............. :1 and that sU'*  t>er    „    irei,*..' I.at* r, ;’ie is al-  .. i    to    'tia*    ■    ‘lle.l Bln-g t'V teh-  '■    ■    ,11.; h '.s H..light to have  ■ ed t > * er ,i. nrtm* nt.<  V ;i ». < ; n -tr has been to'ind wlio J, *11.' t*e look a trunk iroiu the 11 rooni on the following (lay u. hhiiM'ed it to Seattle, and also ’ i t ,i ii»ki* t 'ealtle and dtlh-.-.'d F to the woman, vvho is r-'port-. to have left the citv. hut did not o to Seattle Her arrc.-t is e\p«“cteii tonight  By \">ociated Press  ,'sHlem. Va , Jan, 2» Eva < liam-hei’H was shot and killed near iier . lioo! fodav i y loshua Uaiiu-.**, hus-tiaiid of a woman wlio has been proit! ! lien f to oust Miss ( hunihers as trcel.rr Ffforts have been made, it m s' lie !, to Ida« k(*u Hi. teadn r’.s  <;mra*t.'. When Raines endeavored  to inliH'“ thi* girl to resign she re-[ '•ed, and was killed.  M .ss ('hamto-r had institut'd suit for slaiid'*!' acaiiiA Mrs Raities, an ! Raines itisisted that the t(*ach-r tirop i;it. Her refusal, it is Hated, led to th< siiooting Kaiiie.-* ..iso sho» ^ Fiiarh s Dav on a< count of eniriTy e\-1 isf.ng as a result of Hie attemi't ¡ oust Miss Fhtimhers. Dav will i- 1 cover.  Til rough f(*ar of lynching at tlie hand.*- of a inch, ILiines «as hurried to Pulaski tonigi'f. followin' his .arrest  SI III  ‘ I «ingi eg ottonai Home Mis-jous.  Madison, Wis.. l.in -I Theoffi ers and dir** tors ot »lie Fongrega rional Home ,\lission.uv r-ecietv. rep reseiitniii the work in .*vi rv ?4tafe to gether with the various :4t.ate secre fari«*s and s iperinteiuh iits ot tlo* »! Fniversitv 1 in. oinafion.  : tlo’ir riiid-v  i iH'-r probi:  REM’MLI) Nl'XT W FFK  Washington. l>. ('. Jan. -L Ir.-¡.ovv luto The opera»lim hy thè Fnit-eti States Steel co ogiraHon of sub-sidiary raiiroaits m Lak»* Lrie. Lake rtupertor and Birmingham distri ts ts to t»,. resunn*»! next week hy thè Hoiis» ■ Sfe.d Trust' investigating .omnutf»- Freielit rates on ore and ^nuin ta.- d prodm ts. alleged tn iop»*r;*te f.i dis.idvantage of competi-j coiifer.-nce « ili for.., ('I »!',e Ste»*l Forporation, are to Hng » xpert.s on h*» -edde- ft*d f»» cxhaubtive inqtilrv  Speii.ll 10 f'aily \ev. v.  Fort Worth, Tex., Jan 24. -Jobn Fe-all Sneed, the alleged slayer of Fol.  A H Boyt e. Sr.. wag atiniitted to bail in the .sum of 'inn by Judge Simmons of the Sivrtv-seventh District Fourt ;it noun today,  hidge Simmons i»ased hi.s judgment that Sneed was entith'd to ball on fh‘* opinion of the court that Sneed was not capaide of cool, deliherat© aciioii at the time of tlie killing, or at any time aft» r his wife Teft tha .Arlington Heights Sanitarium with A. if Boyce. .Ir.  Sneed's bond was imm»*diately sicm-d 'w his fatlier, Joe T Sneed, Sr , of (L-oruetown. his father-in-law, T W. Snv-ler. of Flaytnn. X. M.; his irothers -lo** am! .Marvin Snee»l, of ^»alharf, ai d by one hundred prominent husines.s men from different parts of the slate who had given Joe .gm*»*d. Jr.. power of attorney to sign »lo ir names to a bond in any eum.  Kv. r\ man who filed into the court room this morning was searched hy 1)‘Mutv Sherifts \ndrews and Hutchinson. acting up»»n the orders of Judge Simmons, given Tuesday afternoon X() p»*rson was found armed.  Th.' defendaP» was Imought from the jail up through an ante room of the court room. H» sp<dve liglitly of the pre- aiitiou tor hi*; safety, saying to the offi'ers that he vva- not afraid of anv one hurting him  I',» Di**< »1**- < hihl Lalwu  ».ouisviite. Ky laji    Many  visitors arri V **»l in lauiisville today to attend the eighth annual confer-enc* the Nat ii »1 Child I^bar F(»mmitt«*»*. whi«h will tne»d tomorrow f«»r a four days' session. Tha bring together leati-child labor reform  \m»*ii*au tiglif'Ts ;» *i,*ii«‘s of bouts  lly A •    Pie»**»  PariK. .Ian. 24 >4» t>n . iicaviiy in her* toniclit  IT oiki. Longhrcv. of I’» niisylva-uirt. kuot k.*»! out Kmclishmun Hli k R(ih. iis in th** s»*c»*inl round.  I'rank .Moran a I'ittsimre h»*avy-w»*i:'tit. kmu'ked out St<akcr ‘knitth, T:ncli>hnmn. in th»* first roumi.  Swamont. Ameri* an. fouglit to n draw with Witigr»*v<. Fnglishniaii.  »tf Vvtoiie .Win»»* tgi iciilliiiali'-l-  I Lirrlshur»-' Fa . Jan 2* ih» thirty fifth annual ni»*‘-Hng «d th»*| Fcni ■ V Iv ania d(at»* hoard of aeri» ul j I,in uan h. n* todav and will c»»n | tinu* (*v»*r tomorrow. 'I'he association j is innd** up* of repr. s»*ntati\»*s of Ho* Ktfit* organizations of poultry rais c*»-* fruit grow* IS stock hr»a*»l**is hi, k<>'nv\ ami the S**v»*ral counttv apricultural soi'leties A liighlv in siruMiv»* Programm»' »ailing for the discussion of all branch»*« »»f aai i-cuHural actlv|t> has h.-eu piep«i*<l for the m»*eHng  Proposed Attack on Torpedo Boat Destroyers Is Post pon eil  l'Rwi:\ DEI FF ATKIN  RLFIKIFD K» VVILS»)V  Bv \ ■**>»• I.*'v<i 1‘ic'*'*  Fr* nton. X !.. Jan 24 Fimi' ijian Hrossi up of th<* .dt.it»* D«*imu ra' ic c »»limit'»*«• t'ulav decli’.r»*'! th.i' Ho’.»*rnor Wilson will liav»* a n.ajor f (if th»* X»'W .l»*rs»*y d* i«*gatn»n to *’ national convention.  V I 1 contai  ¡mF vvoi'k I  innna' hud  ‘ 'flUTed her»* tc-d:»v for* r m* »'titw I h»* nu*eHiig tw-. !.»V'* Th.- princi-'P.    »ra» i'U» ••f »!•■•  \MFRK \ M \ I R 'I^F  OWN St (. \ R FIJI  si I I  * an»’. r»*w methods in edmmtion froi '«!? ov»*r Ho- ■ ountrv  A '. .    ,*•*    )'  ashiiu't.»! tn*i lit) I.H * f' It-, a s** sucat >'*■• I  W  w  By \ *^!>i jted Piff*  L»» Anv* !»•*- Fai Lo  ir»eloh*d t(*nivh' t-* I'-av*  u«!;.*mi*d avi'i!*»' -(it.-tk <!o t'l-at <1* .‘'tK yt IS in th»* haib* .*4an F» t’ro, to d* n.oust rat»* the  Po lu’Higur»!«* R»*»»rgia (o»\»*inor.  AHanta. Ha . Ian *2 1 Th»- H»*or via U'glvlature tt>nv»*n«*u t«»dav foi u sp«' ial s*-s.«i<*n t<» » anvas.** th»* r»-turns of    Ho r**c« nt    » h    . tion and in  augurat»*    .!    s.-ph M.    Ft    *w u a- .ov.-i  nor. ! I    work is    ♦•vp< «teil to »»<  eupv hut    a    f' VV ii.iv vv    I: ■ 1 the h'gis  ■ilmorn until th • for itr r* 'ular  K li was -*-v»ral «“X tw»» i »ro»*-of lae  f.-lneHs of til** a'Ti'plam* in »varl.iro, tint to*» ause (>t a <i* ns«' f«»g (*vei the t-av tiffi ials eostpon»'«! this t.-aturo.  Tfu*r»* vvas hut litth* Hving a» the avi.atum n.t‘**t tod.av. owing l»> the h.lgti wind Fnlv two or thr«*e flights .♦ hri»*f ituratioii w»*fe atl«*mpt»*«i  I (H iHiAN IV Kil l »:d  n\ I NKNFM N \sn\SSIN  Sjo '111 o »»«itv N'pw»  Msn,v. La Jan ’ i Ba ' N‘ »1. a whit»* man. liv in*- a f**w mihb Irom \'egr*‘»*t, southvvist **f tl’.is pia* > in 'snhln* (»arisli. was Uin»-d l>> an unknown assassin ami his wit»- :\n»l »laughl»-r w«*r ■ iniur**d, X«*nl and hi-> famllv w»*r»‘ silting ficfor»* the fir» in tlu'lr h»-dro«»m wh»*u a sh<»f from the darkness o itst-J»* Instanth ki*h *i the hushjind Hiai rtitlo’i Mrs N»*.ii was sli«»t till ouch th»* ue o- ami th**ir »la tchf.-r vva*. ;.ll-*ut!v injur.-l n th»* 'I'he a *<'e : ui im»*i1 hm li'^'uit  II \RM<»\  i:  FWOHFD R\  U IlSTFRN II M'H L'*l V A  'l .1* . I;  I It ' *• I  tl ■  •f t  PropestHi Advance Endorsed in United Mine Workers  ('(invention  i.  V-    Pot-.  K.iï.s.ts, Fi* V, Mo ,    .1 al  r IS I« rill*-»’ a ' lltth* tvt'd    Î  w I S! el n h ic h.-n i*-n in » -'u ÎH ft R \, l.'vnc, ■:» Iiil'lioti.ii *' h*-rn. It » f Kat'sas Fitv t ><i iv i ed thaï (¡ovo'rMor llainuui •*! * 1 I h o> iv man who as Rr»*M-.î» * hrinu about a «or»iiti»m ot    •  fii’cfiiial a^^falrs in tlrs -■•ountr'  .1 i         1 u t ■ t 1    oH- ' :■      : î    t 'h. 1    i 1 ' . 1 '          > -e-- 1 :    : t o ui i;          f"    \ 'ir--o \ 1 n          . ' . ■ - ■    . 1 ! ' *e : i . ,      •    V fo,.!    :■! *‘llO «'     M 1-  In "Ohi I ritz' * Hofim. lU-ilin. .lan. 2 4 Fniperor WRIi«« w,is a,*'tir ivxl.iv .ipd inaugurated tli# on-' da* thè festivifie-i in eon-■lel-.rati.-n of Hm V*' thè hirth of ♦ Att*-nding by .»F;e.-;s of th« Fi'ipcrór thl» d. u:    .1 solemii  fF". .‘d garrisoii V, !    r,' thè r*s  .tf , . -».ir ere hur-  ,r, ,!;-^ot*-d to par-= T'hi :, Î ì,-.f;s and The  -I. 1 . tt-' C.ip-  ‘.-;ìV;-:o itfire T-*-ts. .' ì'mO .!»:•'*■ -.ì:*l or--    1    Lead-  V i V-. on»» an-.1 r . -r-lü.incy orati *ns of and Fric»lr»eh .illv ì>r-.»t’'se  T et ■ Iti »T h tu !  . A w  t Lui w »-r»' »■'-  hit 1, w 11 pa^ t » t i 'm  lati» 1  N* S 11  WCATtlER  T  JL  AMRURS LINE RAMS CRUISE  Considerable Dania>í:e T*» Commander Bertolette of  »u ■ í  DI <*R«i  I » »sLs* IN H \\I*K M  |i» M \'H H€l  m  FEYER YICTIM  Mil»  >. I  \ N D I. ILBI I "  D\ IN*. B\ III* *1 'S V >* H>  i P-F. Î  ‘('olorado* Results From Collision  York town Dies on Ship at (jiuayaquil  l ol  1  1 U 't .  tr h  ! i  '    -1-    i  1 I  I .  11  P». so<    Pre*-  Hoiiol'Hu. 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