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   Amarillo Daily News (Newspaper) - February 10, 1912, Amarillo, Texas                                 AMARILLO DAILY NEW  VOL. IIL, \0. 8.’5.  AMARILLO, TFXA.S. SATI/RDAV', FFÏîRHA!{\ !(►,  I'RK I il\( (FVTS.  1  J  NTEST iXES KEEN AND WARM N SNEED TRIAL  Opposing Attorneys Fight Stubbornly On Every Inch of Ground  1  IL  S U[flCll[SS  THRi;r: niilurex  rriîx IO uEATif  By Associated Press.  Maxwt'11, Town, Feb. i>. Three children were burned to death, one rnnn fatally injured and a woman seriously, in a mysterious explosion which destroyed the home of Isaac Smith, a farmer, six miles northeast of here at a late hour tonight.  WILSDN DEA A  ST WITNESS  Gives Members of Kentucky Nebraskan to Be Summoned Legislature Straight to Testify in “Money Democratic Talk    Trust”    Hearing  XO WITNESS \IJ.OWEI» TO (ÍO SC’.VTHELESS BENEATH EIRE OE EROSECT TINfi COI N-SEI/S EX AM IN ATIOX.  TESTIMONY BY FUQUA  Amarillo BanUer daslies With Inter-ro"iitor Whilv'' Relating Remarks Allegetl to Have Been Nfmlo by Colonel A. CÎ. Boyce.  Sprcikl to l aily News.  Fort Worth, Tex., Feb. 9.-'i'lle efforts of the Sneed defense thig morning were concentrated on putting before the Jury derogatory and cbsc<me statement^ alleeed to liave been made by Col. A. G. Boyce concerning Mrs. I.ena Sneed, the d<^’fend-ant'p wife, and to have been repeated to Sneed.  Every ln«h ol the -crround wa.s warmly contcited and no witness escaped entirely scatheless under Prosecutor Ifanger'a cros.s-examlnatlon.  Sensational interest reached its height when a clash occurred between Mr. Hanger and Preablent W. H. Fuotia of the First National Bank of Amarillo, after T'unua bad testified to «tnfements made by Col Boyce and wbb h be alleerd be had repeated in sobst.aiue to Sneed.  Mr. Hanger sharply asked the wlt-niss if his Interest In the cane was  S EllEST IT Bill  BECLARi:.*^ REPIBLICA.V IXSl'K-GENTS HAVE SWENTt ROE.VH TO DEMOCRATIC VTEW EXCEPT OX TARIFF.  Bv Associated Press  Frankfort, Ky., Feb. 9. Woodrow  __ j Wilson e.vpountled his views of Dem-  j    ocracy to (he    Kentucky legisiattire  Date is    Moved Up    to    Feb*    afternoon,    giving what he term-  i    1    ^    i    ed a “straight    Democratic talk.”  ruary    14    oy    Governor-    |    l,ate tonlsht    he spoke at a banquet  elect Hunt    given by the Woodrow Wilson LeagiiQ  BSIimiOlf !S BAUST  REt EXT REFLEí TI(»N I I'OX < CR-RE.VCV AM) RANKING COM-  .MrriFE <»r iiorsr calls  EOR EXPLAN A! ION.  \MERICA\S PLAN  LOAN TO REBELS  By .\s.sociated Pie*«.  r.ondon, Feb. 9. Peking reports declare that Willard Strelght, actiruT in Itehalf of an American group of financiers, is concluding details for a five rnlilion dollar loan to the revolutionists at Nanking, taking as security the Canton-Hankow railway.  Passage of Mexican Troops Through Texas Temporarily Halted  ♦ n  By cc'ated Pres*.  NVa hinefon. D C , Feb. 9. William ,1. iir'i'.aii will be the first wit-nc.s summomd before tin House ((cuniiffre fill Banking and Currency to testify >n thf* "Moruy Trust'’ in-Vf'. tisration vvhi< li the Democratic  IT MIKES PBÜTEST  .\DVIHES .SECRETA RA' OE ST.ATK THAT I L P ASO CITIZEXS ARH T'E UHT L OF BATTLE OX BORDER.  Of Kentucky. Speaking of the insur-!'*'’    to    tandimr    connnit-  o .    ■    .    ,    n    . gent.S. Wilscn said; “They have  By Vssi.ciatcd Pi ess.    :    .    .    .    .  Globe, \riy.. Feb. 9. inaugural I day in Arizona has been changed :  from February 12 to February 14,; exception of the tariff.” according to a statement issued by    .SC IXLOV M'INXFR  Governor-elect Hunt here today.    ‘ FRo.M BLINK mV< LOSKEV  It is doubtful if the stateiiood pro *-    _  lamation will be issued .Monday, l>e-cauae of the expected absence of President Taft on that date.  By Associated Press.  Paris, Feb. 9.    Bob Scanlon, an  American negro, kno< ked out ‘‘Blink’’  McCloskey, an .\merican white, in  FOB .\RIZOV V’S    I the cighfli round here tonight. A  FIRST LEGLSL.\ I rRI'l ! right to the j.iw rendered .McCloskey  P.v Associated Pr<*s,    ifnconseiou.s    for half an hour.  Globe, .Ajflz., Feb. 9. Gt>\ernor:    —    —    ___  Hunt today instructed .\ttorney Gen- IRR    OFT FOR  eral Bullard to draff the proclama-    ^IlSSOl'Ri (;<i\ FRXOR  tion calling for the first State I.e-ris-‘    ,  , *    *    I.    Tetfersen    Ciiv, Mo., Ftdi. p.—  lature to convene on March 1.1,    ,    ,,    , .    ‘    ,    -    ,,  _    ____ .lames Ileucbin today formally au-  \0 DTA'ELOP.ME.VrS    iioumed l.is candidacy for the Demo-  IV DV.VXMll'F C\sES/’r<'"b' n uuination for governor of  - j.Missouri.  ftV .Xssoriated Pres*.          *  Indianapolis, Ind.. Feb 9    ’    N<y  developments in the dynamite ron-spirai y cases mav be expected before ■ eaiiy next week,” said Fultcd State." ^  District Attorney Miller today, in dtB-  c K in tho house.  Prvan recmitiy declared tie* ■,Money Trust" tlioughr it coulti conrrol Hu t 'Mirnittee wliff h now insists that Î c- Ol expdain what he meant.  i'h(‘ (onimltfe«- ¡.s a unit,” said Choir.nan Pujo of the Banking and Currfun y (’omtiiitîee. "iii th«' decision (liaf Br>ari must ex|>lain to us exaetiy uli.d b(' meant."  There h't I been nint h loose talk  Four Hundred Slain During January, With But Thirty Ottomans  By .N*sncialed Pres*.  Wa.shington. D. C., Feb. 9.—Italian losses in Tripoli during the latter half of January far exceeded Turkish casunltlf^, according to a statement Issued by the imperial Ottoman here today.  It says: “Italy had four hundred killed. The Ottoman losses were thirty killed and forty wounded. The Kalians abandoned a conaiderrble  not hailed oo the thot he snd i    the    plan    to    arrest forty or  more men who are under Indictment, but whose names are being withheld ”No arrest will he attempted In  S!ne«*d were joint defendants in » suit for 190.000 hrought bv “the W idow Biftluir" allevine fraud and that he  1SEÏMEN MEET ÏDN  LIE! TEX t.XT COMM WDER  THOM\S, V. S, X.. H DI \D  bv l uinfc-itiicd per.Kons about inono-  {SMviir - ntrol of finaiKial »’ondi-1 q,iaritity of provisions and mules  ^bu'. in fin. counfr\ Should such!    _________  cor Iii!oin < thoi r gs no doulq that Ic i.latu n ahuie iiro-pi r licc^ n »t only wili he nxotuim !‘d( d b\^ the Com inifti' on Bankinv ami Ctirrf niy, but wi.l I>o f cacfoii i-y Hu' Jiouae. 'ghe niopotary    in    rhis ountry is a  Kcbcitifi-- and not a political question. It slioiild lo invc'.tiirared alone th lines "  By    Ptr‘«  Los Angeles, ChI . Feb. 9. . ijçn-fennnt Commander Samuel B Thomas of the T'nfti'd State« navv, who was married Wedneaday on his slek bed at a local «le!» to .^Tlss Grace Mi llus. dfcfl here la»e todav of ¡meti-  need d Sneed a - a witness. The wit-1  individual ease-  ncM ln(ll.nnrtU- .lonlo.l tlip    Oke    nil    Ilio    .„,.n    Hit    ,,    ,    boOll    Club    T»    Re    OrffUn-  ment ;.nd wns .nllowrd ;n make .ni. ! explanation of the Fitting suit which  ME SCORES  By A**ociated F*rc**.  Washington. I). C., Feb. 9 -^Diplomatic compUcatIons arose today iis-twcen Texas and the Fnlted States government one hand and the Mexican government on the other, which temporarily at least will not allow Mexico to move troops over .America* territory In connection with her revolutionary disturbances.  Secretary' of State Knox tonight made Inquiry of Mexico City, asking the ppeciflc purpose of the military expedition, for which permission Is sought to travel from Eagle Pass tc El Paso, Texas, in order that prints in Northern Mexico, to which rebels have cut internal railroad communication, may l»e reached.  Govern'.r Colquitt of Texas today pointed out Dj thf» State Department that resfdt'nfc of El Paso are apprehensive th.it rrhi>l8 nf Juarez might resist the entry of .Mexl-an troops from the American i«tde and precipitate a battle, endangering the live* and property of Americans  Secretary Knox assured Gov(‘rnor Colquitt that no permission would b« vranfed to Mexico until the matter wa.n carefully studied.  .A 1 vices t-ito no tronps have sfart-* d -*n the proposed expedition, and  Ü  monln. He was a snn of the lat*  Hoar .\dmlral Chcrios M, Thomn- »(hat non«' wodd «tart until the quea-He suce»ed»*<l the late Rear Admiral •■OB b. cle« i<led.  Evans in command of the Atlantic    connection    with tl e pro{K>s©d  fleet croi«.- aro«-d th " rid    jevpi    djttnn    irto    >uarrx    th»    «¡tafe    TV-  pc'fh'ent h '- b<rtríí that Mrxbo In-  RAA|SE\ WILI. OPEN  tí nded t : po'ir 1 hi  'oc'ps *n(o  he said  REDIT'TIGN IX XCMBI'.R  OF CAA'ALRV HRDEItED  of $4.,900.200.  he sal 1 would be "thrashed out In another court at another time.”  The storm had scarcelv subsided when Mr Hanger asked If Fuqua was not a personal enemy of Col,  Boy re, and If Col Boyce had not denounced him In (he presence of others for having tried to ha\> the Capitol Svndlcate ranch placed In the hands of a receiver. Fuqua denied the personal enmltv, saving, he never l>ermltted himself to harbor such feelings, and that he had no know-ledee of the ranch recehershlp until after he and J, P Good had been appointed Joint receivers  A legal balde was fo irht to a truce < arly In the niornlnc session when the defense tried to Introduce a letter written hv    i^need in New York  f ify. November    i*!, while he was In  pursuit of his wife to W If Fuqua.  Ftpeed’s partni'r In cattle and Ian 1 ^■epterc«* The letter fltially wa = a 1-mltied  It ’t<D in full as follow «  “^!v I>o,>r Mr    Fuqua* 1 have been    _  diinkfpg rverv    dnv I would w*rlte i i* >4. i*. X| ^ ! xtriu! Efa*t\»urd.  YOU b”t h frit too !'«»! ai' l ml - Sj». .» t > i .»Uv Vca-*•»■«! 1 f , ’ ■ .uvdiiuc h' t 1    t-    i    Xi'-’tiu    T' V ,    1'i‘b.    !♦    \t!vi<‘  thank vo" from (he bottom o^ my !» u • 1» n    h.n h o t  ized and Working Plans Outlined  Br A«*orfatrd me«'    i    mtH^tliig    of friend» and Bupfmrt-  Washlngton, D. C , Fob 9 Rc->    William    F.    Ramsey,    can-  duction of the cavalry of tlie I’uited    f‘>r    (he iHunocratie nomination  States army from fifteen to ten r«‘iri-    governor of Texas, will hold a  ments, with a eonsoqnent rodu (ion    tonight    in    the    county    court  of the enlisted force of the armv    h«'«inning at Td'O o’clock  3.9SO men. was voted into the army    Ikls gathering organization of a  appropriation bill In (be House late    RamHP.v Club will he perfected,  today after a bitter fight.    and {»Ians will be otitlined for the  Chairman Hay estimates that there , promotion of Judge Ramsey’s candl-will be a saving from the reduetlo*» I ‘b»cy in tills city and section.  Ten Thousand i*ages of 'restiniony Containing Five Million Words  HIS Í IMPIH.N suniv '    Chihuahua    f    r    a    g*    nera!  morem.’U^  \v    It    »■'    ‘ i; ei i th'if flie r< be?s  ! r »*f e • c- t te revarri.->.»ning Jiiar« ? but that fhev mleht off« r arri ed rc*î.vfance tn a overnent aimed :r the trouble Z -’ie {»ropi r  B> .A«>n>ri4te»l Prr**  Washington, D.  , Fef»  In  *r< X , F. b U \    .    i - e  T fU-e M* F R.-i-    «-f    the Supreme  ('^ rt will forti»alIv r-.. n Ids ’ a»; -eaiun fi>r .'■«••rnor with :i pee'»i a^ in fio* !'e,«r future. He ha» i not fixed file date a^î vef btif !t will lu. announ ed sbortîv î^ome time  tiulry int»> tln‘ ebution of .‘senatori ' V*   i> •    .    V    .»  ,    “    avo    Didve Raîusev intimate»! that he,  W Htf «XIMMCVD M ION  REI*ORTFD RT stored  Lorlrnor of Illinois, [»roxed one of the moHt exhaustive ever made by a Congrtxsslonal committee. During  The Ramstpv cause ha.s been uiin-ing recruit» steadily during the past se\eral weeks, and now* that the cam-pagn proper is beginning to warm up. keen interest is manifest, A full attendame .at the meeting tonight 1s urged.  j wo lid probat'1 y fire the first gun « f . hl.*s campaign on Washinct,in‘s t»irth-I *!av  Wire tom-  îh»  the tdght months' hearing ten thou- j  sand p«age« of printed t* stimonv were    ,    **'    ,    ,    ,,    ,    ,,  ^ , I    ibeciridiv-    lud    net    (be    exact    time  taken, containing five million wonl-. !  It is ♦miniated that stenographers’  fox*» were f^teen hundred doiiar«  Bisliop <’'aiidl*»r .Afiiy .\it<‘nd.  ''orcijil to f»ailv Nf« *  .San -Angelo, Tex., Feb 9. Bishop Candler of Atlanta will jirobablv attend th»' annual conference of the Women’s Missionary T.eague.« in Wt'st Tt'xaa h >re in Ma>. ,\n effort i Rl D (’ROSS SENDS AID will ht‘ made to have th«> Fir.st Mefh-Otihd church here r< a»!y for dedication b> that tfm«‘ and have Bishop Candler prea<*h tht» dtuli« atorv sermon  DE.M< )XSTRATIO V I A RM  WORK NEAR ABlI.r.NE  „ .    ,    .    n ■Tii‘iitJon hoiWeen Juarez and Chi-  th,. -r.l of thl, mon'h T),., ,    .Vor,t,wo,t-  aripTxiv ma e t m* j    restored    today,    ac-  I ording to Gt>n»*ral .Manager Harris, ^lany .Ainert« an and Mexican refu-BD. irill! IB Ml hT    e,..- from the Inter! r arrived today  TO OPFX IN' ft<»s!oN    rtwrular    train    from Chlhu.ahiia.  i N-i »• rioiiv >• tbnaks were rt-port-  ♦ 1 fielav  n,  'T«*ci»l to f'atD New*  Ablene, Tex.. Jan 9    The I’nited  State.s ls.p.artnient of Agriculmre, nrifl the Taylor County Commission-! ♦Ts' Gourt. havt* apprtquiaf* d five T*» CHINTnE »-I 1 I flH.ILS hundreti dollars each for the < arr:  ing on of farm dt monsfrath-n w »rk ‘n Tavlor county  N»s-(«-»sary plat.- ar* b« ¡nv n .at}., and work will b. Jin af on< t*. F \ Feel, iiM« ! < «-n ai ;- it f. ! faria d* i:. JK'.'-frafor He Vkil' be    («    d    1 the  M'iletle (’h.'itrhf r « ‘ ( . ;?    »    r    e. i *  (be ('et; nt \ ('• -’a ;    ■    ,    ‘    •  e. U f »'a-i .  ’A -St en M i.-»» , n 'xl Ind if'r tf- k Hi|, n»v-r(U1 Mil f>, heiq ‘Tl Xte I'T' i i'l"ht will iff ra»'  V    t    Pre*f  W ashinct =n, D ■ ' . 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