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   Amarillo Daily News (Newspaper) - January 26, 1912, Amarillo, Texas                                 AMARILLO DAILY NEWS  V('l.. III., NO. 72.  \y\\nuAu rFXAs. i    jam    aisv 2«, 1912.  DISK K I ivi: ( K.VTS.  MEN AGAIN  AL  Gales Prevent Participation in Planned Aviation Meet Program  Bütitï IlllltS EiLESt:  i»ai{«nc. aviator im)i:h tiiisill-MN(. STINTS \M* I* \ ISM A I A*:i-: \o\i\ WINS Ai/nn ni: HONORS I OR 0\v.  s< liooNER ForNnrns  ( Ri:\v iii:Lii:vi:o lost  By Associated PrciS.  San Oieiio, Cal.. fan. 2a. The two-mnsfnd Bohoonor Al> »on, ('.aptain Rarette coni-inandint;. v.lth a crew of six mc*n. Is belloved to have fotin-dered along the lower California (•oa^'t lietween I’nsenada and Santo Ooniingo and that all on hoanl perished. W reek-atre nseiiibling tin»l>ers of the nti.-slng sel.ooner was found toil tty on the coast ponr San Q ’entin  By A    Prcs*^    ,  I OS \nt;el**8, Cal,, Ian. 2. . -With a hi-h Hiitd. which again prevented anv aviators from taking part in the provrttMi flvine today at l)oinini*tez ficdd. its on vesi(*rday proved nn* eventfnl  Despite th« high wind IJncoln lU-aehl'v performed thrilliiie tricks, com lading w itlt a spiral volopltin from ail altitude of five thou.sand five hundred feet,  Phil I’armalee again took first a!-tltudt honors, annexing six thousand five hundred feet, hesUlea winning second place in the speed trial which Wits won I'v Lincoln Reai hey.  !?yiuiniite Piohc Progi'.**s  By V<- K'iate*! Prc*;«*  Iridian.'ipolis, !ml , Ian • l‘iv‘* ♦‘Xtdesit'ns ar Kansas Ciiv, Mo., all <li-,*ced against ironwork contrnc-D>rs v»i‘0 emi»loyed tncn on "open shop” htisis wt*re investiga.ml by Ih«» federili grand jury todav through polite offitials <>t Kanras t'ify wlio tire Sititi to have fouTitl facts rtdiitive to the Hleutitv oi the dynaniiters. only om t>f tlte ex|)hvsiotts. August 2.!, 1 n i> nheti it t)rhlg«‘ was datimged, was erediretl to Ortie MeManlgal LÀith ipe eonceriitng one «ultsetjuent explosion and three previous ones.  m\m  [XPLÖS1ÖN  Sixty Men Killed and Wounded in Barracks At Guayaquil  Representative Palmer Will Open for Steel and Iron Schedule  S I1EPÜIIKÖ  lt«LI»n\INii P\SS\i.K t>l' STHF.L S( HFAtCLF WILL i tWIF THF CMI'MICVL, SrOAR .\N'I>  < (»ITOX HILLS.  i'!,<! r lo (»viiRriiRow    ♦  MONTKNI'díRt» ItVN.VSTV e  Whirled About National Capital in Genuine Yankee Rush  ir  LUL  ÏEO It TSF  <iri>T Cl \ ISIT.H  HONdtR \r  PRI :ss AM» LFWF.h for ROTH\M.  I:.MP.ASS\ ( LFR.  P.y Associated Press.  ♦ London. .Tan. 2". A spec-  ♦    lai dispat til sa vs fliat the po-  ♦    Hro have dis< overed a move-  ^    im nt to overthrow the Monte-  ♦    negrin dynasty and eataljlish a  ♦    T'fp'ihlit. The alleged mov**-  ♦    ment is eîtsineered chiefiy by  ^    Mttnlene'-roi.'i iu the Lriited  ♦    .Statc'^s who, it is aliegtvl, al  ♦    ready have sent to the ¡. vo-lutioiiiiry eomniitfm* at 1 ei-  ♦    grade over two huiîdred thou-.sand dollars.  ♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦  Jurisdiction of Seventeenth District Court To Be Attacked  BUL SiEET  l!y    Prc'-'*.  Washington. i>. C . dan. 2.'.,—The tarlft revisicTi dettate of the Sixty e on 1 Convrc>..., hegins to»norrow  in  Of--  iMl I \ %Ui ^ I    .    ^.r    -  when Ri'presentative Palmer of F’enn- eaintal toda>.  datf'l Pieii,  hijiLMon, 1'. C , dan. 2ë. Tti * of ('onna ighf went the Amcri-tff‘ in his •. i.-iit to the nafumal  sypanla opmis the argument in fa-  A' r arriv iti- late in th aft'cr-  > I • Í t * i t « I    I '    K > t\ n « M » 4. V  .....  vor of tne steel and iron schedule as rmor^ he was whirled first to the Frit reporttMl tr,dav Ity ^'hairman Cn’.er-|i«h cm{,;vssv. spent forty minutes at '    *    the    ways and means coin- ^    ‘    -f«    *  of the honso, and followiag  By Sss-tciated Pre-«*.  ^»uayatpiil, dati. 2'* i' explosion occurred here today in the artilleiy fharrackg. which killed arnl w'eunded sixtv men.  Cetieral Alfaro, accottt|tanietl t»y rebel troops, arrivetl here today, and  was <‘:ipt tired ami imprisoned hv the iMO'FF'1*1» Mi lA'lS  WOLI FRS’ CH \l I.FNR»  govo'rnmeiit  WOOtl mftte»  tin» ita'-snge of the steel bill the committee \viU introduce the chemical and after that the sugar schedul**s, and tioth are nearly ready for the D->mocratlc eauctis Th«» ((»ttou gche-dele will he n«‘\t and Chairman Cn-h rwood estimates that all these important matters will he handled at the nr« ‘^cpt session of eont/ress.  Ifrnhl «»I 111«* Sul liag«*tte»«.  I.oiidcn. liin. 2Ô.    {,’r*»at ipt» rest  is h«»ing taken in the mass !n«*eting wliit h .V Hoiinr Law is to atldress at the .Altieri Hall tom-orrow Th* si>t«*«h will he Hte first pionouuee-ji;«»nf ma*h hv Mr. Law in I.ondoti ip.e his election as leader of the^ (»t;p(jsitfon in the House of C »mimmr ¡a .-'mtc Extraordinary précautions are being tetF.ly  . ,    fhnn ^!<•M■ln^ faceti to tireveiif a possible tlemoit  fJ^RTr^'heTNamarasMs said to}Htration hv the militant suffragists  .    ,    ,1. .„rv i«.asàv    i not    «tiaiurb th«? prineediugs.  have hf**u given to the jur.v to«i»>    •  M » K »I »IU >\V    TO  INVAI'F NKW FXHLAM*  S;. . 1,1 t. I'ady Ni-m--  Washington. D. vh. dan, ■* < Pc'-I«*s«*nt:tîive Morris idheupard has giv-«11 out th«» following letter ac<«>pting (''ul. d. F Wolters' ehail »ng** to joint (h»!intc*s ;  • Af> l»«‘ar Sir Hepivim; to your letK'r of d in 20 rehitii.» f<, arranging oi hiint deliafes at sonte tnu-i'.ltald«' time dui ire the f .tii-I  tm  e. o th« n ha ^ - V  t.,tP Hfî ise. uh« re he was re-! by »’resident and Afrs. Taft, was motored ft.iek to the Kni-wh'*re he was enest of tiiinor  at fiinm»r io whieh inost of th*» pr <i tnent memhera of the diplomatic rvrps were invlted.  t’'ni;nauaht th«»n visite«! the National Press Club and, tired. hut d * ü'M t* <1, as »)*» expressed it, soiiclit private car  'liie Duke left at midnight fer New A'oik He was tfie first rovjil visifor :;i ' ashingt'in for many vears  le had no message fron* th«» Lnu li ? «ov«»rnm**nt an«l I’resideni Taft h .    1,0 meifsage on behalf of the ITiit-  e-. cifates.  . N\ l( 11,1» rtMM'FRl i:i II R  IS t.R \NTFI» P \RoLF  SLNTLN Mi  hFCl.ARF IN HD "IM FNT SIHH’LI»  M W F RFI:N RFTl RM’.H T(»  Sl M V-SIA FNTH HIs-riMCI CtH in.  CONTEST IS PLANNED  Confessed Slayer Maintains Stolid Indifference When Verdict Comes  .State’s \t(<»riiey^ Fxftress Fonfhlence j 'I'fiat (dine Will <:«» On Trial Í    X«»\t    Mon«lay—“Big Va  nire .SniiHium«*«!.  Spec 14I t«r* Daily Newv  Poston, Maas.. d»n. 2f>.- Hovemor AV(M>dro.v VV’iison will invad*» New FtiglHml v^lth Ms presidential Imcir. Tomorrov» h« will visit Concord. .X ÎL. to confer with some of the tor«»* iniist Hem«»« ratlc leadiTs of the (îran-Ite f*tafe Saturdav h«» will he In Boston siteaklng In the evening at the annual dinner of the Poston R *al Fstate F.X« hang**, and on .Sunday he will run «lown to Provbh-m e for Hu purpos*» of ('onf«'rring v'lfh former <H(»\«-rnor Hiagins and <ith«»r distiii-gi ish«*<t I>**mocrnts of Rhode Island Polifh'lans «l*»'laie that the X‘’v F.ngPtnd states ar«» going to he as ir-ter.sHnc jMditlcallv this v,».ar as «orne of    th«-    oth«»r Staf«*s that    have    b.»*»u  le-garde.l in he l'»‘sl as douhtfu' l’'n*'oitr.ng«‘<l I v th«- «»I»»« fi«ui ot Hover-Tior I laiit«**! in Malm- an«l th«- r.» «*h»c Hon of (o\«*rnor Foss in Mussui'liu-s«*n<* th«> iB'tnocr.its ar«> 'olng to se«> »tia« fh«»v c.nn «1«* towanl earrvin X. w I nviami in the luitnma! ♦•!«•* imn list i-tteution .    I«» he gl»**ii to  M s.uh'Mtts, hut th* mission.irv ,v(.il<    -f    h«‘    H.*n-«>* ra!.-, uill mit h*  , ptii    < '    t.--    111.» P.iv State alone  \l ,    1^    i.at    I aP\ lo«ik.-d ifion ■ -h  «•ifh flh (ironi sit-g "roun l N<  11- r.j - iiii*', 11 IS tl-e-;;.tit. i ,i \ l.r V r<! u at I If tor th«» w.gk r lih"«! fv'    I, *    ¡U'Uii'»--' <it    a h    rvi'^'  r. X'l-n «m r- mu to h«>    I**«    ie<t  ti .ttf! im -- and nuuMii" -,    <-    r-  (    I    f (•« 'IU !    tm ‘M M«i ’ 1.1 a I 'I M  ■ t    t    , r    I he    I itU'iiii r:U^ ' « la-v i- Î h v  H>    X. Pm lai -I V el ‘    premi iu-  •er cu !! ! V .0 pin t hP v ea 1  lì V-- ICI-ted Pte-‘  1 ,ea venw or* h, l-las. .Ian, 2 Law->*. Levitt of Hen* er, convi« t* <j ol <»e uterfelting, was paroled to**a>. I* itt «aid that he would he th.» only Í l-»tal pris«Y'ever br'^kt,- nar-» vvfiiih he do‘d in Mar i, I '  Coiifpienc«* <tn FlillM  Mtuiav'iile, ri.v., Jan. 2 » Hele-gateg from nearh thirty States, among them many men and women who have made the ani«»lioration of the ««imliritm of the working • la»ises tlu-ir life work, gathered in Louis-ill*' todav for the opening of the eighth .'iiinufH e<inf«*r»»n« ♦» of th«> X’litionnl Child Lahor Commltte«». The confer eiu«» will he In 8t»«8ion several days Miss Jane Addams of Chicago, .Mrs Florence Kellev of th«» National i'on-HumeiH* League, I>r. Felix Adler of New York. Pr**Kid*»nt Alderman of th,* PniviTsitv of Virginia. P P t'lav j foil. Ciiited States eomrnisHioner et ; edccatlon and a nunih* r of othe"! ( ivic workers of natttmal prominence j an* im'lud«»«! atming th«» sche«luhal j speakers. The main 8uh|«»cts to fi»* j «•ensiden'd hv tl.e «oiiferei < ♦ are The r«»luti«m of rural school.“ t.» . hihi labor r«'f«irm. « hild lahivr ami ««uu milsorv »'dm afion, ln« r**asmg th«* «‘ft. «•i«-m V of Hi.» «»b'ment.irv s-hool in-«liistrlal «»diicatiiin ami vocational ■i!>i«L*im*u E'«‘«h*r 1 aid to .»diicafion ,iud nnn*asoiiahh- imlustrial hunh us on vvotimn am! «hihlr* n ami th* » I fe« I <m «»«liuuifiem  H.i. M's. 41 •    ^  MAN IX T«»IL.s i>F  I \M  paivn. I heg te stuf«» th.at. s>)ine li.n* sime. I e\t«»nded an invt«aHon pnli Ifelv lo my opuonetits to    meet me at  any er all of    luy engagement*. ati«l  thar 1 wodhl gladlc div’d^ h.'o» them. If vo i prefer, as y«>ur l<M»er seems to Indi« ate. to arrange a «eries  cif joint dehates rat her than to aceept pv S ••.■>ciat«»‘f Prr-««. th«» invitation    h*‘r.*tof«-r«»    «»xfemied Ii    H*»nver Col.. Tan •!'* Cimrced  w ill Im* gla«l to    mak«» sm h    an arr ine«*-1 w    ph fransporting    gamhlinc devic«»s  ¡throcgh the maüs    from Fhicaco to  ■ ,M\ dutl«*s h«»re an* auch timt , have not vet heen ahh» to make aiiv definite plans for speakiiiK Wheii th«*8«‘ plans huv«* assumed definite shape th# matt«*r will he taketi nn wiHi yo'i.”  ÍM-erial te Daily N'«rws.  Fort Worth. Tex.. .Lin 2.',. A life term in the .->tate p<»nit«‘ntiarv was m«*ted out to .lohii Hyder, the confessed slay«»r of Nathan Schle.ssinger, a peddh'r, in the Sf-vem,»enth Hi.s-triit i'ourt Thursday morning.  'I'h* jury re. eived th«- charge of the court latf Wednesday ui-.ihi, at th«» clos«- of a night session devoted to tfie «-losing arguments of th.e «)!'-¡losing counsel.  Indge Hwtivne immeiiiately 1« ft the court »louse anti tli«» jurors, worn out «IV tf eir Itinu tla> listening to evi -lence and th*- sit<»e«hes of the attor-n«‘vs. r«»tir*»«1 v itp.ont taking a fiallof.  I'otisideration of the «as,» «ouhf iiaV,' P,i-.ted oniv a short time Thars-da« morning, for when .Jmlge .»^wavne gfit to Hit» <ourt lioe.se at '♦ o’llo k h«- jur» was r«*a«lv to report. Clerk F »,0 ♦ Walker read the verdict: j v\ . . the lurv, find ttie defendant I    .r.i    - .    fir--* d •»'-'^m*  ^,.nd a''«e8s his punishn: r t life in th«» state penif«*ntisrv  Special to fiaily News.  Fort M'orth, Tex.. .Jan. 2‘i.—The jurisdiction of the Seventeenth District I’ourt in the ca«e of John Beall .^m»«»d, th«* alleged alayer of Col. A. Dr, Poyc«» will he vigorously attacked uy Sne«»d’s attornev's when the cas« is tried Monday.  The df»fense will claim that the Ni\fy-s«-v«nth District grand jury should Pave returned the indi« tment against Sneed to the Sixty-seventh cas«» is .“till in the Sixty-seventh Dis-< ase ;ssti 1 lin tho Sixty-seventh Dts-frict Court, and must remain there until an order is entered upon the Sixty-seventh Court docket transfer, ring it.  The « ase wrs jiut on the «locket of the Seventeenth District court January IX. th«» dav the indietment wa» returrmd i to!-l the District Clerk at the time that it was ilMgal to put the < as«' dn the Seventeenth District dock*»t without a transfer,” said At-tor»»ev vv. F AD-Lean Ir of •»oi’osiel for th*- d"f'*nse this morning. ”1 know that 1 am right about that and  S  1  LU  NES  SCUSSI  Denver, A!fr*»d Saeng«»r. a Uv-al sporting i»o«)«ls man. w.m arr«*sted here to-lav fiy the federal authorities ind plaee-i under hon«t in the sum of $:.0'A0 If is stated that loaded di.*e is thf d»*vice transjiorted  R\ con“«»nt of the jurors, the «onrt|we will gtb‘k 'o that contention. No imlu l*'«! in th«‘ v«»rdict lolloAing the | legitimate reason existed for rnshlnjr v.or«i “guilty” tip e\prt»bsion ‘ as i <19 into trial .“o e.arU . and we will j.harm»«! in th«» indietment.”    |cont«»st every ln«h of the ground.”  Hvder vchile «h* v«»rdici thn« to«vk I It is «'ontended by the defense that  AID BY L  M  MS ÍLLEG  a grand jtirv must return its Indictments to the court under whoao charge thev are conducting their lo-veFtleations, and that a case cannod get into another court without propcwr or«’er of transfero n the docket of tho court hsvlng smh «barge  Th. stftf.' s attornevs expr«'s« coo-  Refuses to Confiriti or Deny Sensational Charjies in He-  Report of Brown's Appointment  IN  ! ' !«•! po t«i s* •  IT  J  1  J  II  B ' P( P.i “I :i!-'l lo-r*» in»-’« f -  s. ate.I Pre-«  .'do. Col.. Ian («f t»• D* nv«»r M -.¡-«lui 1 I’a« ifp  I I» * Ì-,v Rio l.r*’  wf'.-  port  \-- if  'liri’i 1  to Secretary Interior  of  his fr**edo;n a wav for all rlim». was heing r« ad. r«uain**d Hi«* same expression of .stolid iti Hffer<»m*e which has < harai'teri^* d him    tlirough the »*n  lire trial  Bate .Stamps at \ucti««u.  New A'ork, .Ian 2" Th«* sale of or«» *if the iim*st    st.-’nif c<ille<dion.«    Uidenc«»    that th** caí-u» w ill    go to trlml  disp«rsed ill a long time in this «ity on Monday.  iMi.u'tod a larg«    gatlp'ring of il«»a!-‘    \    sp«»«tal vcplr« of î')d nun    ha*  f-r, -'pI « oil«*« tors    fa Rrna«iway am -Ì    he<»n    «ummom»«! ar-«l more than    100  ',îi, 1, i, rni ffid:iv    Among the rar« _    w'iir«»“se-s ha\-» h.»«»n subpoenaed.  :\.irt-M.-s ii>«’le¡!.-!    in th«» r.ale wore as    !t    i .\*'<»( t*»d that at least fifty  ! t l.o’-is !'(>“t I .PS'• r? stami« of wi*n«-ss*  •    ~ d iKtPiuaiion issued in !' f'. th.- tria  'aîii vil -»d .»t '1    ‘    unti an nnus»»«l.    jio’tirs  i , ia;D ¡ riito«!    ’'*-1 «*nt bla kisti    i    —    —--—-  j-.-lipU- (¡01 1 î'.p » ! î issi.o of    MXI II i; t.01 s |0 RFX  î’('i r h. d.»f«‘lie will come tO ■ «Huint flu l.ssuance of sub-  ' V «dis  laLed at rai 'P ' vv r*-f of r- - ta;  Í ! <01  \!»U)ng th«» other 11- : P»*r of »a. H is  S« a H: JIS,  » «iR \\ FH.M I INI.” Il RKKVS  i Bv V -I    \ o VV  I* \-.si \t,l R  Sl‘1 i.-l *1    !    -    o  H* aumoni. n«»\t mooting s* ti-.jor \gont -vv h ntl u 11 ! ho Sat t-r'Iav . Lii;  \<,IM N  H» I LI » r IH FM I R.H  New.  T»‘\    . la II.    *    At    Hp»  of tho l’ravoling Fis-.V SK« oiation tif T* vas. Il« I «lut !t«»aumoiH noxt i ol'H«    ers    t««r    Hp*  #‘t »- iipu V    t    ar    will    hf «Io«    to !,    and    oth  »o Mio >s «il imp*irtan«o 11 ;insa« l«»«l I’i. np‘cttng wil! h«»    Ip-ld    in    fh**  I •    (1 h- rooir.- ind th«» wivo- of  t b t d; !o ;tf os aro in v i! «*«i  I ArHita- l’iultoii, îra\«'iiiiK pa-'-s*ncor aa*' lit fo rth*- 'lovas a I',p ifp . ar d \ r- D.ivis .fravoüuv pas.-*‘iP.;or ' a ♦ !'.* tor tho Hi'iivor are on ih«> ex*H' uf.v«» Ht,ill. Mr «'hilfoîi t»oing ro«onl v.ai |ir«‘rld«‘!ii ami Mr Davis h up'Iu-tur (0 (in- o\o«(Mivo «■oniiiittoo  Other officertj of Ht«' association at*- A.    I    Fitf'h. .«sollt h w oMt,*ni pn«-  s* I-.'« I ag«nt. St Loui.s. Iron .MoiiP-taln <X- .'^outlp»rn, at Dallas, prosidoni H t t’;irs('ii, gt-neral agent pas»t»n--i i-(If n u t uM-nl «if Ito- \'-v» V «irk ('«»u f. a I 1 , . - at Ha lia fti st \ t« «* pro;ii-«ha t    I.    h    Ihili iM. dlslrht pas.soiigot-  a «If    (t!    tht Huit. '’o|o!*:o!o A Saina  1 . a    -    .1 i-    \ !it«-i: lo -ooroi ,1 rv t r* aa  Siliis N. Phelps Electrociit' ed in Massachusetts This Morning  lu V -- I uir î l'ie‘  Honfoit. Mass. Ltn '* Sil.*- X I Fio»lj-r, th«* Monroo Fn î-’t» o il.iw ¡was oh «'tr«ic'!f«‘<l at Char!.*t = in sîat-prisiin t'iis moridu-' Line.irv ’n, t«"‘ tlo- killing of Hopuf V lo-i iff I mm.'ff ! I llaskiiis at M< nro, Mn-igo on ,lum-I I 1 -H (»  j    Th**    «utia'nî    vvas t    ritod 00 at  ¡12    1,    .1 rid l'hotp.4    w ;    nr ipo im «*«1  vload at IV  i    st i.    n-.* icfl .« 1    < o    •" .1    '■ iph » • 1 uo  1(1    til,    last ho ir    'O    s«    tro «««n muta  I KO) o! i'hoip; ■ i;t« I'M i  this    .iR*    riioi 1 ft'im    a l    >  i-on    oi‘    th* R'*'    *'    =  ♦ o oi-toirni «-r «h iiv    it    *-  I-, -> o 1 th.* f-ii II •    <    -»'IP    t    I  f. u lot't    Mr    I w 1' of t    h 1-    >.  1 .* t o,    n    a c-ooi n t* t    \  ■ i d H- * . t;il Ma.n > .-r » .f    Mr r .    1  would Itko    t«V hav o    .Mr  0«    : ; o    M r    Mnsli •«nd  -loparfod    as*    to’noht  ’ o Nor  ,- i- •  of t 1 H Hrow n *     c'ional    .1 ’ ■?«■.'•    ' !. \ 0 ! \ . ! !    - Pl; t,      M'« >1, h '. 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