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   Amarillo Daily News (Newspaper) - January 30, 1912, Amarillo, Texas                                 AMARILLO DAILY  voli. III., X(L 77*.  A.M \miil^<), TFXAS, irDSDAV, JAM \HV Jo. lìMi*.  l'Ric i: i ivf: ck.xt.s.  NIETiLTi  mm fiOES  Democratic Measure Passes House By Vote of 210 to 109  FOICÍD Bï M  Hllil WlflOH l'líOVinl'.S M VKKKn  iu:i>r< rio\ xvilIí mmI'^'  STOHMV líBri:iTI(L\  IV SiCNATi:.  By A«*>'?ciate(l Fres?.  VV'ashinigtoii, í>. C , Jan. 29.-—The IVinorratic metal tariff revision bill passed the house today, by a vote of 210 to 109.  It makes an. average reduction of thirty-five percent in existing steel and iron duties of the Payne-AMrteh  tariff law.  Republican effort to amend and debate the bill was brought to a sudden end by Democratic Leader TTn-derwood.,who forced the issue to a vote.  Twenty insurgent Republicans voted for the rne.isure. The Colorado Tleniocratic delegation voted against it.  The measure reaches the Senate tomorrow, where it will meet with stormy reception.  Senator Cummins of Iowa has a bill to propose as a substitute for the House measure, which will be referred to the finance committee of the Senate.  “W HICH dm: lilHH*’  ISSCL XV .STAKL  liy .Associated I’rcFS.  Washington, 1), C., dan. 29. —A Staten.ent by Col. Henry Wattersoii Intended to “bring a distasteful episode fo an end,” declares that the issue between him and Covernor Woodrow Wilson is solely as to “which one has lieti.’’  IFT IS m N HOME STA  Reaches Cleveland in Driving Rain With Few to Greet Him  PRINCIPAL FIGURES IN  SNEED-BOYCE MELODRAMA  Indictments Against McNamara Counsel Returned by Grand Jury  BBIBEBf mo COBBBPTl  111 FLVHA.NT. W HO IS AT I.IBLRTV INHLK HI'.VVV BAIL, SAlH HK IS HLAD THAT THi: SCSPKNSK IS OVKH.  NLLLV SWOILV IN  AS COVtJHLSSM\X  By \><!»ociatcd Press.  Washington. I>.    C., .Ian 29.—  Ceorge K. Xeely, Democrat, chnted trom the Seventh Kansas District to sxH'ciMsd the late L. 11. Madison, Re-]>ublican. was sworn in today. This addition swelU the Democruttc ma-jmity n the Hous'.* to ^’7.  By Associated Press.  Cleveland, O., dan. 29,—President Taft’s three days visit to Ohio began here today, and before he retired in his private car for the night, he had si)oken of “peace and arbitration,” tulkerl Ohio politics with some of th© leading republicans of the state, and sounded the keynote for tlie coming presidential campaign.  The special train arrived here during a rain that made the streets Ice and slush-covered. There were hut few people to welcome him.  Jame« Garfield, Secretary of the Interior In former President Roose-velfs cabinet and recognized as an anti-Taft man. was greeted warmly by the president at (he Chamber of Commerce,  The president's train leaves late tonight for Columbus, where Taft will make a thirty-six hours visit, arriving early in the morning.  DAXISH AITHOII LS  .SrilDEXLV STHD’KLX  SSARD WINS SIANA  A  By Astoci»ted PreM.  Ogden, Utah. Jan. 29.— Herman  Hang, the noted Danish author, died  of apoplexy in a local hospital here  today Rang was on his way around  !h<* v\f»rld when he* was stritken on  a Union Pacific train yost^Tdav,  By Associated Press.  TyOs Angeles, Cal., Jan. 29.—Two indictments, e.'sch containing counts of bribery and attempted corruption, were returned today by the county grand jury against Clarence S. Dar-row of Chicago, formerly chief counsel for the McNamara brothers.  It was alleged that money from the .McNamara defense fund was used to bribe Robert Bain, Jr., a juror. Harrow is also charged by indictment with having bribed and corrupted George N Lockwood, a venireman in the McNamara case.  Harrow is under 120,000 hail and is at liberty. His arraignment will occtir in the suiierior court Thursday.  Harrow says that he is glad the su.spense is over, and that he is in nocont. The maximum possible pen-altv ifi thirty years inu)ri9onment and a $10.000 fine  Earl Rogers, a local attorney, and Judge C. E M(Nutt, a former Indiana superior court judge and associate counsel in the McNamara defense, are retained a.s Harrow’s counsel.  Harrow was serve<l with bench warrants while in the court room. His' bail WHS furnished by Mrs. Le-coiupte Davis, wife of one of Dar-row'’s associates, and by Col. Charle« S, Vo\ing .a friemi.  “This is something I hn\e‘ nc\er ha^to do he fort hut I thi »k I can beat it.” sael Ihirrow. as b» wahe i trom the court room. Ti\e crand jury «*ontiuues its investigcti< ii to morrow  STSKIRAAIS SI BÏ SNEE CASE TO TRIAL  Judjsje Swayne Overrules Motion for Change to Another Court  ABB lilCIMEN  WILL MAKi: Ei rciîT OS GROl XI* TH \ V Win: W A^i EORfT^D TO TKSTH V AfJAIXsT SXKKH HI roHE GRAND JCRV.  BOYCES ARE PRESENT  Ih temlant Ap|>i*ars, i.'narded by Two Detectives, Well-iiroonietl and .Smoking—Hundreti \\ Itiiesses And Many Veniremen.  ’..jmar KilPd ¡'.nil Xi'inlwr Murderer of Youn« Hulh  By .A»9*)ciated Press.  Port Worth, Tex., Jan. 29.—J, B. .Sneed, the wealthy Amarillo banker, charged with the murder of A. O. Boyce. Sr., here January 13, today lost in hia first skirmish for continuance. Counsel for the defen»# Boiicht through motion to carry th# case from Judge Swayne’a court to Judge Simmons court, alleging th# former was without jurisdiction. Judge Swayne overruled this motion and said the trial should begin tomorrow.  The defense has given up hope for winning a continuance, but tomorrow morning will offer a motion to quash the Indictment on the grounds that Sneed's wife was force<l to testify acalnst him before the iirand jury.  'I’he ficht on the non jurladiction j n. tien hi t-d from ?" o'.look th!» ' morni? until    tonivht  i' r-on er'' rinir the voiirt room todav was searched for firo-eriu- bet none wr-s f’>und  injuied in ()iitbr€‘ak at Lawrence  Wheeler l^ays Penali Protesting Innocence  i Ue t Wi) ti i\ «'• brt: h.  iO \ ri' PR< ID Iw  M'.VmM. < t>\< I I  dl ?N  lo W \Gi: A IGOROCS  W AR AfiAI.NSI \ HJI IS  P  Election to Senatorship Assured by Withdrawal of Sanders  Bj S*<*ocu*tp<l Prf»i  New Orleans, I.a.. Ian. 2 9. - 1 he ele< iion of Representatlv.- liohort E. Brons.sard as United .State.s Senator from l.ouisiauu to suveeed Senator John It. Thornton was assured Hii.s  ' vHrtciatsd IVcss,  , Indianapolis, lad . .Ian. 29, Indi jeations ai'o that the Ee<leral vrand i \ tele- jury investigation of  : ts- i '  - ^ u' in a fofif  *rKer.s s! rlke i < r. . t • ar - w .m»  The  mrreii teda^ held Up .m l  By .\s»nciatril I’rc»*  El PiiHo. Tex., .Ian.    2!b    ,    .  gram from Guayma.s,    state of    Son-    . onspiracy is drawing to a close,    with  ora, .Me'xico. says that    General    B. J.    th<‘ probability that indi*iments    wlli  Viljohn, pe.ace commissioner to the    bo returned the last of this wtM*k or  afternoon by th.’ withdrawal of red > San.lers .¡s a iandi<late The D.inorratie m>minattt>n ♦ •M ' iv aient t o eba t ion.  .bi  ts  Ya.jui Indians, has b‘H*n instructed to wage vigorous ami merciless warfare against the relx’l element of the tribe who will not agree to any luMve terms.  the early part of next. The go%ern nient is said to naie planned the si nmltaneous arrest of all jiersons i > dieted.  I’nui Giowei'' of I lah.  I'fov •. Utah . Ian. 2'' 'Ihe fn ; t\ , > OÎ (he fruit growina Indusír- j ij, i !ii‘i v\ :) dU emrti <1 lu'Ti* today: lif. of -he anil :al voi.\ 'U f,.,. ,r i’>, Sta .    1    If),    tienlinral    Su-,  .f M vof «' t' in-'h.'!' u eU oni»'.:! f( ,    -    .    ilor    ;    (lit    initial    ses..<ion    ,uhI  ti •. a ' I •riiooii U tf »)fesi<ient el Hn* i. tv l( . pi: 1    Wri'.tht of Osden,  a. . rt'tl ■■■\y ;n¡ueal ad ifevh, 'I'he  t( \ eiV-ii W !! eontill'ie three tl.i.^s  ( .    <    III    ion    av    Uiipid'**    .Vi'L  La Ur.mae. Ga . bin    A  Mtiob ale f.uiveraion of ba helors into ' t-no 1 » t anil niaid.s into matron-. i I vpf, ti tl io n'unit trom a two da s' I'fiiii flit ion annoaii'*“d to begin |i, r to It ’! iw Th*’ pui'ims*' of the <*u it'Ht o ii!s to ii\t Impetus to b'ap Vf : r pr* »jff »'a p. ami to thia end Invita ti.ois ha\e t” ' n s'ft* b) eveiy nnmar r 9. I ui ami w man Ui this .se*liou Of (o-or'ia autl in 11** lodghlioring if, fit H of Mat)ama 9'he eonnty eoni-mi siom I ha\e fionaii’tl the ust* of tio’ ooiirt housf amlltorium f*)r Hn‘ vattieriii'' Un! rai*xs on marriaco li-et riMj., will be givim during Hu* *<in vt ;*!*•!) aiol raserai ji.stbes vC.ll be Oh liuiul to tif Hi*‘ knots.  I »*'al I ori « ;o.|.  U.’lr 'I'm • d  \ ( I efd I \ ;;  ' t 7 a m ,\b \ bn u m 1 ■ I ! M ’  (oU' pt r.'it III *•  ",    \ t 7 p, ni  o Minimum 7 k 19 11 Min.  KLAl s H VS Ri:sT OU  R vri'Li: vvi I'M RRttwx  Bv *‘,^.tc■iated Press.  Uiftsburg. I’a.. bin b Urank Klaus of 1‘itishurg and (Lmree * Kno' koiif I Hrown ot t’hieavo, lom.;bt .six round!- fonivht befor* th«‘ National Ulnb Klans bad the better of th*‘ t ntir*' liaht. Brown ‘ stalliti- “ to fli*' hist limit.  I’l ) Rii l)e'-o)i'v < !iar*l 1« r XLii«b‘i‘,  uostot,. Ma    'an    29 H. rr>  U- ti- .    t!',    n "M'o »>. i !oner. win*    was  . (>( Miarii o\er lU‘\ Ulai't to I \    1  I’l I'fion at 'ht tboirlo* i.fit-oi i lil tothoviiit ‘.ho mi!ii;-:i r s ‘adl leutila-fie'i was 1 :a<’’d «'U trial f*tr Ids lite in th** s’unrlor i iimimil *'ourt f<.*l v> *har!-*’<l with til*' itiii’tb'i ot tlobert Vy llliam.son '1 In aU*’.-*',! mm tb t ot -furre.l    on    ' 'to    ’11 "t    ami m    s iid  to t!.-\*' been tl-f rfS’.dt ot WiIIPmh son'n atlimiona 'o Mr- Huits. Umtts flaitns    b*’    shot    in :•* If d<    fon ■**    'bn  of th*    peeuliar    featui'i s    <:f th**    <-tse  is tliit Ibslrbt \t»orma .los*Mdi U. Ib’lb'tiei wa.s an *'• \\¡iu*rí to tin'  I lini*’ ami v\ill b*’ tb*’ piin ii .d wit ne !t>r the pros*‘ent Ion  Wliai's lb*' Mn(l* i V\tlb Iv.iiisa- ‘  'rtifteka, Kan., bin. 7 9 In r*'« «»g tiitPHi td the til* f that foda> mark*’*! fh*‘ fiftv first anniv*'rsarv of the at! ini-sit'n of I'ansas to tlie 1 nion ,itnl with a farHnu \ iew to t alltim pabln attention lo the -laiwtli and ¡»rosp* r it> of this s«’-’Hon. tb*> 'iti/i'U ot till Sunflower Stat*' todav Ktarlod otve mlllU'U souvenir post canls on their jiOirnov ill th*> malls to *‘\ery i im-miinifv in th*' I nit*'*! States and to iwt iv livilt/i'i! ii)iiii!r\ of the world Urob.iblv no other movomont so w bb’stirt'ad !n Its a *bn‘ was *‘\* r itlan no ! for a*l\I rtislni- the State Tlie Kansas, prêt oards b*’at:-. a pa’t itt' of  DUN MIX.''  XO RVTTI ESHIES GR I    DURLIC  P,v «-.neil Press j Washiiu’ton 1> .Iati. 2i' He , otrars of tho Hons*» in a spinteti «a « 11}, tonicht doridod not to mako ,i , i-roiu’iatior.s fnr fiatfUediips or pu b'ttbliiios thbs session.  f,  ors f * xf i!  V. h ’ti  .    .    -,    *    i. t**!it * *1 bv a mob.  the dyiianiu*’ ''    •    oin    i    m-    .»f    i  One woman was killol io str v  bullets ami a millHam.’n was injureil by flying stones  Strikers wmre iuh r» d f'v U'o rlutis and ha%om’t^ of the poiiee and militia.  Vddittoi.al troop> ar» h*Te hawin»; lu’on rushed '■ th' -et to tt'o or d- t of Go\*’rnor I'oss.  l’ar'uîe- and > o- t: * ettn h i\ -' on n If iim.ler ihi' ban.  Sia'e :  ;S I'-ni! ! I’  .a Î vie. I  N V . '    -    V    ’    ' * '  .    .    •    '    -'ai.t:    .  t    !    r9- i    d fift- « -t-  r}, \ t,.r t w ■' > * .irs -ago, t,    -It    tl    thb-. mon-  in  thi r> ! < real  n  ■    .> I .1    v;'    ,  ami -f  ■    1    I S: M  nu ter ic'nl*  b r i:ii  W ft't  t f  ttmt *\t'  i . nt. ileuy.im  I tie hol'od til t I itie make tlu*  and t l*uir h s  ,:r)swt*rt’d an ad t,i Welter's f t  II !. 1 sfr.in- ' ' wa." par» -d%  .1.0 \x •!»,  taw the •  -H  has rrnt t! ' ee " need’s lehitlves also were present and niem-f ,j) Oj,- ,1,,. t,,ok opperdte i b , • rh ■ . iO'.rt n=":n.  -to'i tl . ’'pear*--' lishly dressed, St .,k-‘»i    " <; ar. .and » anifestrd hut  little int*Test in '!■•’ pro. eedtngs. 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