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   Amarillo Daily News (Newspaper) - February 4, 1912, Amarillo, Texas                                 AMARILLO DAILY NEWS  VOL. III., NO. 80.  AMARILLO, TEXAS, SUNOAV, FKRRr.VHI I, 1012.  i’hkt: five cents.  R  Idol of Route  (LT m  Insurrectos to Juarez  En  to  Restore Quiet  rn  IN INOBPS WA  LA K)I.LETTE ON  VEROE OF tOLLAFSE  By Associated Press.  Washinpton. D. C„ Feb. S.— Senator I.a Follette, on the verge of a physical breakdown, has cancelled all speaking engagements for ihe next two weeks, and will seek complete rest. He has decided to drop entirely all work for a fortnight.  SEEKS El  S  SWEIL  Dr. James Blanchard of Pennsylvania Making Inquiry in Texas  4-  ♦ A VIO I till TAFT  ♦    TFRNvS    TFDDV    IM)\V\  By Associated Press.  New York, Feb, 3.—Andrew Carnegie today declined a telegraphic Invitation to address a Hoosevelt state mass convention at Oklahoma City next Saturday, declaring therein that he was an out ami out suwmrter of Taft.  COLQriTT Al>\ ISFO rilAT OlihER H \I> REEN OlVEN FOR >IOVE OF TROOPS TO RtiRRER 11' NF< K.HSARV.  By Associated Press.  p]l ihiso, Tex., P'eh    Pasqitale  Oroxco, idol of the ex-insnrrectos and the hope of the .Madero government, ig en route from the capital of Chihuahua and is expected to arrive In .Tuarez before morning. His coming \B expected to put a quietus to the mutinous conditions which have been prevailing at .Tuarez for the past several days.  Orozco is traveling unarmed. This announcement was received with cheers by troops at Juarez.  Colonel Stevor, commander of the Vmerlcnn troops, saya that he will raise the ban on international traffic as soon as peace Is restor«Ml, and it Is believed that Orozco will be able to bring thin to pass upon hi appearance tonight.  In a telegram to Col. Estrada, military commander at .Tuarez, Orozco expressed regr<*t over the unfortunate trouble at Juarez .adding: “The time has come in whi< h all true patriots shoubl endeavor to restore order. Show this telecram to your officers and troops, .«o that they may know that 1 am en route, with the hope that my old comrades will 11 ■-t< n to the advice of their chief.  Oro/co R«*a< If.**« .Iiiat »*/.  Spcri.J ?•> l**dy  PH Faso, Tex,, P'eh. ,T, i’asi iial  Oroz-o, iikal of the j'eon.s of Chihuahua, and com lander-.n chief of the rurales in the state n a<‘hed Jm»r-ez. about midnight tonight on a special trai accompanied ly his staff, and it is Ixdieved Hie end of the mutiny Is in sight.  Oro/cr* was gr«'<‘fed by .a choru.*« of “vivas*’ that fairly shook (he hi*lf destro\*‘»l, loot«si buildings and the mutineers wanted to embrace him Orozco said that lie came to restore peace not to tight and immediately went into conference with choa* n leaders of the mutineers. The leaders declare they are for Orozco, first, last and forever.  TROOPS (IRHERFI» TO  RoROER IF vi:ri:.ss\RV  Austin. Tex . P'eh,    Hovernor  Colquiit was advised todav by tide-gram from Adjutant Heneral MvCaiti at \\ .ishincfcti (Imt the (ommander (f Hw Hepait m nt of T.-x.as had lau n aiithori/'d to mov ireoi»h to f! ■ T,.\;u If tab r ;tf hi - distri ti-'U ft Ml tor il ' lUMit t    law-«, ami a ; ir*  orote. ti'in t) r.-sid.'Utv; of th-- ' riite' -Sfatt s    t»f the htt iu lu v, di rii '  fi);    f tll'f Itl'l - ill ah 1’ «'■    I  <’« 1 ; -itt w ::    -1 o ad\i--“'l ll a» \1< \  lvlG  PROFER I V OE IM.ME.'SE \ ALI E LOCATI:i> IN EAST ST. I.OFIS, PART OF IIANN \R HILLMAN RR.\NT.  Is Made Chairman of Un skilled, xMigratory, and Casual Workers  By Associated Press.  Cincinnati, O,, P'eh. 3.—James Pfads Ho wof St. Louis, the millionaire hobo, was today chosen national ( hairman of the Unskilled, Migratory and Casual Workers of the Unltei! States.  Alexander Tyler of Cimdnnati was made secretary and Cora 1>. ILarvey of St. I.ouis, treasurer.  The convention ended today.  COWERS Il’in EAII,S  T<I RE.\CH \ LRIRi T  By ,\^s^ciated Pre«t«.  l.«og Angeles, Cal., P'eh .3. The jury in the case of Rert H. ('onners. accused of attempting to destroy tin»  city hall records h*Te with tlynamite reported todav that It was unable to agree, and was discharged.  The vote stood ten to two for a"-riu.ttal. T'lie jurv had Ix'en out siia*  1 •' ci’cloi k yehferdav morning. Fal-ioting ri‘maim*d the .same from tl t'nii' the I'irsf vote, was tak(*n.  Ni l rin\ M VR MI RI I ORI»  .SELLS LoR «¿go.iMM»  sIltI  NKS imw  Denver Man Says Redoubtable Will Be Candidate,  If People Insist  Spet ial tr* Fail ’ .News.  H( reford.    Feb,    T    he Hida-  w'ay .«ettion. lo«ai«'d 7 mih-s north-'»ast of town has been puríliased hv an e\perifiu‘ed irrigator from Colorado. All this lainl I.- in a high stat« (if cultivation, and (‘ontructs ha\»‘ been sigm-d for placing practi«ally all of it under irrigation. The hit; drill will he moved to this place next w<>< k ami active oiieratiou of the wells will soon he a r*'alltv. Water in iiiex-.haustitile (|iiantity Is r('a( h d amh i *0 feet.  F\RTR l’ESTEH FoR  NEW UOIRT HOI SF  Spcci.ll io Daily New*«  Houston. Tex., Feb. 3. Dr. Jane Blanchard, one of the best known professional women of western Pennsylvania, is in Houston in search of heirg to property reputed to he wortii $ 10P,OO<i,OOO. located in P'ast St.  Louis.  She has abandoned a hicrative practice in a fashionable residence section of Pittsburg to make an active fight for the wmalth that she believes to he in her gra.sp.  The property is comprised of 3U0 acres and more than six hundred houses and hnsiiiess establishments are located upon it.  Her otjjet t in coming to Houston i« to find heir.s of Hannah Hillman, to whom the grant belong«d and who, with Mrs. Blanchard, are heirg to the $ 1 Of»,<HM),000 estate.  It is supposed that there are about twenty-five hi'irs somewhere in Texas The property which Mrs.  Blanchard claims title to by original government grant abuts the St. i-ouis bridge.  Much r>xi'itement was oci asioned a  few days act) when for mmrly two    __  weeks the tniiik which coritaim'd HR‘ii;u,|\s \\l> I < >1 L< t\\ I'RS original govfMum-nt grant wlii.Ii sli'H    m ii\lL\\ \V P.RIIH.E**:  values at ? ! nn.mm.m o was lost, i    ........  plannc.-i to l< ave Pitt, burg .lanuarv Rs- \    \    P    r^.,•  ! .7 and s. at Hie t r nk containing th, j t inluiahua. K. b 3. Antonio Uo-papers to th- r P-f Hwin to a 1    relem    d    frc; tlM petrtentiary  , hUzzard wlH.'-v:,. ; raging sh ■ d    strdav    .v    mutinous r-rah s. tuday  ! la.'ml h'avinc •,.*( •• dav Whep sh ' got to th<* depot ‘he trunk w.is mi ; -inc. l-'er w-ti da\s detective^«: sear ii-i‘d fiv«‘ staf< for it It was fudlt've 1  By A«sociited Press.  Denver, Col., Feb. 3.- The Rocky Mountain News will pnldish a statement in the morning f**om .hidge Ben B. Lindsey, recently ret.irned from tie* Tke.t, in pir* as follows:  ' Hoos'welt will accept tm» Renuh-1i-an nomination f r iiroBident. not tc'cai he w.int.i it c.r .se« ks it. but i)< ( -ns*' t'u' rv'o'ii ‘ are rf'-aiiiug bin. to lie job whit h he left i.nfinishcd 1 l:riow thi.s because rf several visits at 1 i.s homo tiu'-i.ig tiu' juast year He fohl me he would accept if the call came from the people.  “My aduv-ation fur Roosevelt for all tb.it hi' iris ai'complirhed. and for wdiat I Ijeliev.’ lie is going to accompli-b, i.i? gu h tliat I shall support Idm as a"iiinst tiiu man nominated by tlm Deiro rats. ’  All Except Three of Twelve Who Will Decide Fate of Boyce’s Slayer Are Southern-born Men  [[lAlD SIGN  Al ALL AS[ ÏGGN  ¡G  Both Counsel for Prosecution and Defense Are Ready for Trial And Defendant Hinisel Expressed Desire to Bring* Snspense to an End  F f F     4-                4-      4-            THE TWEIA i: SNI EH .irilOUS.    4      A                4-      A    No.    1.    A A, IMiillips, farmer, married.    A      A    No.    2    W, W. i.ampton, grocer, married.    A      4    No.    O    J. A. Milrainey, car repairer, married.          4    No.        V w F'tf'X, faj ■ r, unmarried.    A      4    No,        Wiil 1 ach. < lerk, married.    A      4    No.        W. .; How ley fanner, married.    A      4    No.    i .    H D Alh*n 'cfcrmer, V' rried    A      4    No.    K.    A. K. »o*’.n, sale:»nian nuurried.    A      4    No.    G  lu •    M' C. Ktront* real state dealer, marn d, ( hn'stia.    A      4    Kcl*    ntist.        A     No. IB. No. 11 No. 12  Ed Ward, farmer, married. ^   ____John    F.    Estes, farmer, married.  The youngest man on the jr.ry is E. J. Hilglers, age 23. The oldest man is J oh n Est(*s, ag.- 4 i.  ♦  F  ♦  ♦  ♦  4-  -)lfi it<-d t llow. rs and burned Vuldgea. on Hu- line i)f ill* Northwestern tail-! road.  iioi.iiN h.'i.- aha (i.-’i'od f--r the M*es-■  that *«ome One had stolen if to ret HieHiil hi mnonn-'. d int. nr ion of .- orm  papers. 'Idler; it w ¡Oi found in Fioriti i tviier«' a lUireles.- uaggageman ho I ;um( H hv tniatnke The trunk ha-« ju«t rea( h‘*d Houston by expn-ss  PALMER U W’DID \ I E  EUR lîEPRE^EN I \ H\ E  ing t}-.. stat(‘ ¡ rihon and ladea inr ali , polite a! prisoners    i  Kojas !i;e (’st.ihlishefi iu-adqaart ers on th** Er»-sno ranch, nine miles aoutli of Chihnahiia, where his arm> of »‘X-rur ih's and recniit.s arc < ampcd.  The htifiks her«* remain-*:*»! closed today .although, tlure w**re no disorders.  S. Grace WiIIis Walker Killed in Apartments in New York  f A -  N**w  York, E=  Si" uil t,= I'a.Iy .Wus  Piovila»];), 'Ih'.x . Feb 3 V test was niade h)*r*' of tin* » . rUli on whi» h Hu* fotuulatlon of tlu    new    contt  r.oiis* (*f I'liVtl » iT’ty will sDiiid  wliih luatv. .1 eiiHrelv ^„.ti.wf-ii . rv.    \!ci\i,., in tl'. St.it*  1 ie was a teeii Iter o¡  g|H»c»al tn Daily N*ew<.  Camidian. Tex., F(h. 3 W A.  Palmer of the law firm of Ei.sher K' |>im pR I' < <i) L I l'(»R Palmer of this citv aiinmmces today ' for the office of Hepres«*ntativ c froii-the 12-lth dihtriit, »ornpos'-d of the ''i • oiinties of ('ollingsw «vrt h. Donley,  WIu*eliT. Hrav, ll**mplii!I. Hoht*r's.  Lips* otiih ami «). htlf r* »* ram** to Hu* Panh.indh* v*‘ra! v»»;  .)'• ■ ,r».m .San Mar» -*«, T’» \ ■. . v* lu lie was load tiiast» r iii t rt u\ ,»  \or ■> ¡(1    .*-    ho  ()l Dll \M <»\ MONH \ V  3. A keip*. conîainitig an infernal ma b no, wa d«*livere I hit»* tonight at the ;jpart-(îr-u •* V ilim U alk* r ininu'-iiaf* ly when she tatih* killing h*T  in  : lal to i 'ailv Tasrosa, T»\ ,  f.  !  It  Mil!  »‘\1'»  . Î I.  *f IM t»‘i :  Í.. t :  weiel ? *-f four thoU;.U d p*' n 1 w '-l i t» eii Ml 1 sd’i’tr** fo.'t »t tl., t*ar ! v\ ,!'■ 1 d !C ». : tl" ■    f<-» t .tin! in  I ' . li-cr- »1:1 me , ir f a i. .i Î p-  ^ 1 hr- :: ¡•■•c *.iH;  icaii ;-iut ho'-if sat ! itar- / h;t\ v 'Warn »1 ' -aia ? i" rt- Mt ¡;i' f rir-\ii-. n ir (» rriit'ry.  I  ill‘CO I  = e ! ;if U I ' I'« If iv e I  1 ■ o', t.- 1    ' and i:  n :r of t ! ■ ^    '»    ru). r I' t  ip It tf.* ■ >f i i ! : ■ ;di r ■ ! • te , :    ->'■ II-, .(Mit  I O' ; ! •1 • 1 It  ■ ■rc:  in»  \ 11lel\  M«»R\L \nr MÎMI D  roR( I It» Rl' I N| D  Bv A • J D í'4.  Mrxi.'o Hitv, Eel». :! .X i steps will in* t-k**n for tlu* imm* diat«* sahj«'C-tlon of muHtiou . rurah*s at Juar. / Hrozco, with only a f*‘w staff of fleers, left (’hihnahiia for Juarez 1-»  UH*v moral f >r e. hut no nior** troot»  Frr  H V  V, w V  I. Ill .) t I !  I* r I’ ’ Mot 1 1 Th.t ’ >nt -itul I. r  m ill.* N>%*  d‘  ''|»¡( e ot I If I  *11  E.'h.    3  .out for HlJlr ..(.‘intv >!r Fain -o- h**re Momiav on in.g at t* with .hidge !  tlu l»emli «•raí t riiri  t»eei Or.  :('<•< as  ‘ MteSt es ’.lU thrcf  ÎV ard D . r ( H*. r  -:u e imiti  at. !  I list J'l. f .(I V. n* .*'» Ir.- I b- ■ i ■ .n  a e* V  nu*nt of Mr-and explodtsi ¡aiti it ori .stantiy.  (’’larh .M Di-km.'^or a giu‘.-,l *.f Mi*, \\ aikft. w ilo was in tlu* pai lor -.)l iu r Hi'ai tnient.s wl.i'U lie d»*» lare.! lo* lu .'ir»! fi* *-\p!- .tr, wa.-, ¡irr.st***!  .see- f:.: lo Hady N’ewi.    :  h'ort Wortfi. Tex . Eeh. 3. WItha  Hi - "mph.H« n of thè .oiry li Ju ìg( Sw,t I s distri t court tunlght. th*^® trial of .! B. 8nead, < harged H *• ir ir»l -r of Colouei A. G. Joy ro-lere I;.noar> I ’ '*iF ' «rln nd m» rt'ing  'Pilo • (* for t’ c drama * t ! : l{ thè .IVC..S )u --e fo    r p '  ,    1    H'ii    i    roí    a’    ly    ser^  ieiiial :  ‘ I i-h- t* .  ■ aiit w uB*  .^lU I  per T\ th** jut ih.-, af  w i 11 t r. that  r-t  r»,i a Î ra g. or 1 m.s :  iy  (*\  th  of  »in tilt r**<'h.i  I T’tu cxeo t n  is !),IZ.'. line ’h M -    . s •’  . '■ ! li.■■.■ir?  ;i!    '    r . of h.oi 1 i l  . of t lu * '■ ì-l»iV »  •    d-'tcif.\,-.    hf-:-»  V h- .  sparai \ its o l ". freni ! \1I  . *-pt  N.*tu •vhi !•  Il IK ; ■ anit'. thro neys to 1 ' d w.)  > fiu- i t th  o dt>f. curi-  a.*- d • > t') f  .tons,  V* pt oi t  . .. to si ami n written .i n*’* n tore»*^ h (»....h wltru^  t h«*  s'c  the ;r(  n  ■'I of a  deh ha* ®BiÌ Mrs. r*neetl  narri Î *-x-hern /itorn. tori vl-t -nr, ?r ed d.l o  I >«  . Î •  r  1  t  ( i\\ I \  M \ K I N PI I' \  I < >B m \1 IH Bt Et     * iveii          were    HI      sjon OÎ    -!■*»      Id to «    o      StH»,    . p..      atixCi;:,..         \\  'ì  n V i .Hit  i. r - ;  1  'h  k    i <d‘ :ì D» fe-. t'vn W  t<    ht* t h" Pt ltu i!);il ■ ¡»»•.'ik -  ■ 'Il    il tlii n*'i' o-f 11'*’ F" ’  . t    .is Whic'l WÌ!| in. eiV  V I ■    iiiti'. .n t lu ( a fe Bm; ie  ot lier Î'« .ik--r ; w ¡F im Ind. Ea’U >* *)f Brow n 1 "i\ r-.'tii- W lb‘rkin Ho f  N DEFEÍITS  ■ es '-•A ry  ! !  xt<    jM I t»' \ng< I»*".  »I.-IV.- Ix-i-ii Hi'iil. ami 11 la roportt-.l 0 •    ...    .. .    ,  that ntriili-p, air.-atiy (-ii rotita frttiit ;    tip*-.    -i -.    *    '■  fhihnahna. hnva turno,! Imok.    1*'"''e«'- ."u    •    —.1' tan i.-t,    a.  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