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   Amarillo Daily News (Newspaper) - February 17, 1912, Amarillo, Texas                                 AMARILLO DAILY NEWS  VOL. III., NO. 81.  .%M1lK1LLO, TEXAS, S\Tl’liI>AY, FKIUir.\l;V 17, IfMJ.  I’RiCE FIVE ŒNTS.  EXP  1 LU  N DÏNAMITING  Several Defendants Intimate They Will Tell AH They Know  mraifiG FOR  IHSTKMT IT rolîNFY MII.I.FH l>l> n.YRFS Mr.MAMO.XI/S (’ON-FE.SSION (’OIÎROIIOIÎAT-F,f) liv urrri IÎS.  WO.M.XX I AVVVEIl IS  Forxo I.IFEIJ ss  By Associated Preis.  Denver, Col., Feb. It.— Kneeling in an attitude of pra.ver, Miss .Ann Hum. Colorado’s first woman lawyer, was found lifeless at her home today. Apople.xy was indicated. Miss Hunt was wealthy, w'ealthy, si.xty-twj year sold, an dthe first graduate of the Denver Law School.  Men Go to Death in Expiation of Two Revolting Crimes  VIEW FROnil  iii’HNEn TÍ»    H  IN WFODIX; HOWN  By Associated Press.  Indlana!K)li.s, Ind., Feb. It*. The Government is said to have received Intimations today that several of th# defendants in the dynamite conspiracy cases are preparing to “tell all they know” The statements followed the Government’s charge that forty thousand letters and telegrams taken from the International Association of Fridge and Structural Ironworkers showed that Frank M. Ryan, pre.sldent, »and Herbert Hockin, second vice president and members of the executive hoard had conducted dynamite plots through the nuills, and that these letters andi telegrams pointed out “jobs’* to he blown up and maintained a system of destruction aeainst non-union iron and steel contractors.  When asked if negotiations had been opencil with him concerning the defendants, f 'nited States District Attorney Miller ^aid: “I wouldn’t he surprised if it is soon shown that something like that had happened.*’ Counsel for Ry-in and the Interna-tlomo official.« of the iron worlv>*r.s held a long conference witli X’iller toilav, hut it has not been diw losed W'hat was considered.  Ret ween now and their arraign merit before Federal Jtidge Anderson March 12. the Government will pro-reed with preparations for the trials, which probably will he in the early part of May,  Ortie McManlgal’s confcfssion as to dynamiting he 1 id nnilci the <li rection of .1. J McNamara 's said bv District .Attoruev Müler to he corroL-orateil \n letters embraced in the Indictment chargir'g nnconsumnrtted acts Cif conspiracy “ One of Rvan’s letters is (itcsl in the indictment an showing he had instructed Henrv W. l.c‘gleitner. of Itenvcw. to do certain jobs, iilso .nanv othc'rs in the east.  LESS PRItE EREILE  WIfOlJ SXIJ I XITT TIOV I.V < HI CXtDl XVXIvI S SENTIMENT I V ILLINOIS XiTXiv.sr r.xi‘-T.XL ITNSHMI ST.  Chief Executive of Chinese ^ Republic Makes Public ^ Statement    ♦  Woman’s Fate Rests With Twelve Inquisitors For Second Time  Special to Rail,/ News.  Gati*sville. Tex., Feb. Ití. For the secon dtlme the fate of Mrs. .Minnie Lee Streight rests with a jury. Her case was given to the twelve men here tonight and a verdict la expected not before tomorrow. The cane has been on trial here for a week.  Mrs. Streight is charged with the murder of her husltand. who wn.s shot and killed in his homo In Me-Gre?rc:r over a year ago He owned the yfcGrc»gor mirror. He was alono with his wife at the* time.  \t the fir” trial in Waco .Mrs .-^trc i.cht wa.s convicted and sentenced to serve a life term, h.it the hlgl> (>r court granted her a new trial. S!u* i biins she «h»u Slreieht in self-defense.  r'liartcT Hay at I    *•! Xlomaii,  (’liai tcT Hay at i . c»l Alonlari.i. Misseuhi, Mont.. Feb. 1». (’barter dav was celebrated at th<* I niverslty of Montana today with an interesting programme of exercises. XX alter S. Hartman of Ho'cman, a ineml'et of the Stale hoard of education, delivered the princ'tp.n! address of the day.  By Associated Prc«s.  Chicago, HI.. Feb. If». Two murders were viii lic atcnl when five tnen walked to the g.allows and dropped to death here today.  Frank and PAvald Shablaw'ski. bro-thers; Philip Sommerling and Thomas Schultz, slayers of Fred Gnelzow, .Ir.. a truck farmer. In cold blood after robbing him, died while spiritual advisers were seeking to convince the judge that the men were insane.  The hanging of Thomas .lennings, a negro, who killed Clarence Hiller while attempting rohtiery, came after .Itidge I.andis denied a petition for release on a writ of habeas corpus, scdting forth that .lennings was co'n-vie ted on finger priiM evidence, wliifh he* was coir.uelled to ffive in violation of hi.s rights.  The» five hangings caused discns-.<\:n of the abolition of capital punishment in Illinois.  XNtff HEIi I X N( IflNG  IMMI M'NT X I M \R.'«H M-I  EILIZES RESPJRSIBIllïï i  HI CI.XlíES HE M XV M.XKE M.XNX ElUtHlîS. XNH VHICES IIHHI PR.XISE Eoa IMM TOK .SI X VAT SEN.  By Associated Press.  Albiinnerque, N. M., Feb. If —Standing before a mirror, admiring the gown which was to have been born at her wedding todav. Miss Candelaria Gahaldon was burned to <leatb todav, when the garment caught fire from the to» stove of a little brother, which stood near at hand.  I S  ICE ig  NC WITNESS SECUTiON  Dalhart Banker Tells Story of Father’s Views on Elopement  GXLES S STEPOfl  Bv ,\<‘.ocistcd Press.  I’eking, I’Vh, If. In an Interview to the Associated Press today Yuan  Shi Kal said;    ---  “Owing to a lack of experience    »    j    o • 'ni.  «ith the republican form of govern-:^'***«®*’    OUlCIae    1    hCOry  inent, T doubtless will make many er*-ors; but, having been electml president of the republic, 1 will undertake the task.”  Yuan expressed great admiration for Sun A’at Sen, who had shown him-  ILLEGIIIOIIS PRRCERRE  HEf LARES THAT EFFORTS WERE MA HE R V KLHER BOY’CE TO SEPARATE SON AND MRS. SNEEH.  of Officers in Topeka Tragedy  By Associated Press.  Topeka, Kiis., Feb. 16.—-That self a true patriot. Yuan I.ssued or- .lohn ,1. Rickle.s shot his .stepdaugh-ders to the northern army to cea.se ter to death and then turned the cpno.sltioii to republican troops, who weapon upon himself, is tonight the will now be permitted to enter the theory of the officers working on the northern lines with absolute free- double murder tragedy on the Rlck-  do’n.  Sjiecial to Pad/  .'dc.CHhall. T.‘v Feb Mb Follow-iiie t“e l\nching near here Wednes-lav of Vbtr\ la< k.-on, a negress, and  <'luiiCl'u \ of Hciirv XX  lb)«Pm, .\!a Fob, Id. TodfW A', ifn*'«,'-cd lb' «■•■utennia] anni\*‘r-ary .'F t‘ic I'irHi i'f Henrv \Xil.«on, the ‘\';t!fk    1er.” who was vice  1 rt".;i !em >f ii!r , nit'd Sftte- d iring He fj!>r »'A . ■, of tbc s» ‘Ond ad-:    i-'l uf ", 1 re.-b]ent Grant. WTl-  - ;■ wn.'  e f 1 t“ti(  les’ farm here yesterday The man’s head was so shattered that it could not be «determined whether it had been beaten after the bullet had been fired, the bullet .striking him in the left ear.  CONSPIRACY DENIED  Photo|grai*hs of Slain Man’s Body Sfiovmi to Jury Despite Strong ithjections at Hands of Counsel for Ilefendant.  Special to Daily Newt.  Fort Worth, Tex., Feb. 16.—The claim of the defense that members of the Boyce family, headed by Col. .A. G. Boyce, w'ere in a conspiracy to steal Tohn Beal Sneed’s wife and keep her with Albert G. Boyce, Jr., wa.s punctured today when Henry Boyce, son of the man whom Sneed j killed here January 13. took the i stand.  thily one eniptv cartridge shell way foun«l. Fyamin.ition Indicated that the girl had    attacked    by    her  «tepfathcr, and    one theorv    Is    that  !' ill'«. f .N.'w Ham{>shire,    j ^vas slain by a third per-  1 in -N.ass.e b.ts during    to    aveiige    the    out-  ,e    r. atcr    p;«rt    of iUs lif»>.    He    wasa    rage, and al«o    incidentally killed    the  '■    ■    "S> rv    b'di-.a bloo i an    1    hi.s    ori-    gfr|,  n:    l    ii uue    \\ ,e    b-'-’emiab. .foues    <\)\-    .................  N  ilH-. wds! di be had cb.anged to Hen-    I    1    RNs    ivNocK'g (lET  ( eorge .'gandeiH, a negro, an attempt; i • A ib'Oj) t y le::l.s!ative enactmen*. ;    1»ESIII    I.R    IN  was made today to capttire Sneed    ani1i'    ongh not a »’lan of intelle< tual    hx    As?c'ci;.ted    Pres^  lynch him. Officers    frustrated    the.'    iifde r. ilton was an able writer  mob hv hurryinr out    of town    with I    \ sn elouimnt speaker and lent  MX 1 11  jj valuahh' assistance to the anP-slav-ery cause  the prisoners.  Sneed killed Paul Strange on the  night of .Tanuntw 2b. He li\ed in theV    ---------------  same boti^^c with the .laekson worn-1 A. A. F. Fres^-t'oumv Run an and Sanders, who, it is said, boast-j PE‘:bui«di»h;,i Pa . F»'h In A good ed after the killing that they ha«i|ctbiy ii.-ì bas iu'en received for the furnishi'd him the gun. and said that! senior \ A F cross-ocunt ry diam-  Kansas City, Mo , Feb. 16. -Ciar-ence Perns of Kansas C't> knocked Out Pave fiecpter of Ihctoa oiu-,et j in the ninth round i-i a sched"led  ten-round boat here.  tin y knew what Sneed intended to do with the weapon. The bodies of the  pionslup r’ln, which is to be lp»!d hole tomorrow night o\er the Fair  negrt's.s and Iut partner were found^ mount i’ark «ourse. ('hanìf>icnsl!Ì;  AX EALTHV  I.FMLFIi  HEAI'ER  XRRI STEI»  By C^iociatrd Prp«*  l*htlad«dt>hin. I’a., Feb Id Fhar-acteri/ing as absur«! th<* government’s « harg«' that h«‘ «'on.spired to transport d%namlfe in violatfott of the law, .M, !l Ha\is, a wcaifhv lumber dealer of \V’«\st chest er. surren-dertul todnv. I »avis was a member of the Iron \\ tuk«‘rs until 1106.  City Isolated With Tele-grraph Communication Cut Off from World  I hanging to a tree I N<’ti<*«* has been posfe«i warnir fu'iroes to l«»av«* tlie vi«inity t»r snf>*i  meilals will hv given the first tet« f > finish, als«» five nu-'ials to the im nt-bers of ti!«' winning t«*am. and fiirc'  t«»r vioh-iue The hanging took pla< e t«>am prizes one of th» in b«‘:ng for a  at Flysian Fields  TR XFK M XFMI VE BFSX'  ON FI.ERI RNE LIVE  '^prc .it t.' l»ailv News.  F«»rt Worth, Tex.. Feb. Id. Th*> loiomofive and track laying ma'liin-«WV f«»r the building «»f the internr-ban lift«' from h* r«* (’leluirne ar ri\«‘d at lîi:rb's«»n from Houst«m and the i't«»nd shiimu'itt <»f rails is ex-p«'« t*> I to arrh ' I « foro the «»nd of  novice club.  NE^JOHNSON BORIN ON  t  tv dr.  th< w«-*'k. d b«'    woil; í    f lí»v‘n  stf.d will start a.- soon a,s tb 's*' get H« r«‘.  H is -aiil fbe    s«'coi-(l    shii»m-    nt    d'  reüu •iiriv«*«! at    G:il\«'ston tb«    flrr*  ol thi.s wí'f'k and fhcv    ur«* «lu«*    t >  arii\<> }.er«‘ abont ,-^nf^Jrda^.  MI tile bride«' matt'i 'u! b ,i»'    i{*'o«;rf  ri«"i| atol a liidd-ru uang wiil tart to | .u i « j i! wo- ' ;t ! -t ttj'* ham«- tim«' tli«> work « r.tls at>p ,1 in tlie st«'«'l sf irt . dito tl«'‘t!fhat recien. n oda r dallv and se\eríil nr-| er\ d ar«* alr«*adv af Iturl*'- >rt    |  By \s«ociate«l Pre«*.  México Fity, Feh. !*’. d'otreop is is«d;ited and reh«*ls ar«- report«*«! fo hav*' surrotiiuled the city  (’«’eisniunlcíitíon. by teU- rapii wus  .s!op¡t«'d lasf nigbt. Nome «iay.s ava'    _  it Hpp«*ar«'<l that nü ordítuFV ap-l  pta.acb«*« t«» th«' citv wouid so.m neiTyler MuH rormaiiy Anni thè hands of ttte r«'b«‘ls. but o*'fi-j «i.tl'í ber.' f.'.l that tht'r«» is litth*.  «lairo'i that th«* < it> its«*li v\iH f.i.l \«ar d'oireoM ií b- rept'ft«'«! th.«i s«\«ttt\ T' itt'ls w r«‘ kill«'«i ddi«' r«h-«*h p« i-mitt*'ti tlu' last tr.íin 1« mo\e OUt of f e « it\ br. lU.St' \íUen«VI>S  w 1 11* 'Ui ! i«a I ti  W nt-c;  fttt k I  th«' b.=rd» r p! ■ 1 I tic t rii-r. bol  A lO'íl«'«' i I t ‘ ‘1    1 •>  piud.tnt \ alue.  Bandits Loot Mail Near Terre Haute, Indiana  s  Fîfin d! ir- . HI . I'cb. I d d'rain ! I <T ."'Nt''» n >»i tlu- \ nulaa.i Iin«'  of  a re lOiK     ft :    t.'I .    t    r« b.    1. .    toflax      ■t|! t    >w n    'Il    1*;; '    Ì la    : . r      • a-it    . Ot    \    1 « N    'r    . O'.l      .1 ilo    a t n    t.    ■ F"'    ■ 1    l o      tb.    ' 'I 'A    : f    , \ >    :• .    i r u .      w <-    "O    ...    •'i b    fo    1 l      lot' i    ; < i    •1 ■    .! ro.    i    M II’l      rato-'    it al    b'    tit    l f    ^r. st      fr 'Il    * ’ la    r n    . t    s    \ tl a'      \'. 1    1.    i b't    ! 1    ' .    F.'-l      »r t«    ......    ail    m-    V o    ml it      I. b'    î 1 i    b*    « ul    ' n    I«' «*\     nounces That He Will Enter Race  , r.,t I ‘io's \ . VI <  I ort Worfli. T«'\., Feb 1*1. Fon. iohr itrt <d d’> b'l', r. h't’tvttor Ba< Ii'\ ■; most arti»'if p.diti'a’ «'tu'i r. .n 1 at pr ^ « I’t 'b t c---' ..ttorn« \ in fl;*> trml «'f b D- Sm « i lure, t.«da,'  Adjutant General Will Not Be Forced to Pace Court Martial  \<> I - ■ * t « I’ 1. \t.  11 ' • n t Î .1 ! ! 1 *•' ! >1 „1 t  ( r Io *' the 1 ! "• i i  I t bl '11 a* f.’ggett des w- t of l'*'rr« I' I- r''p-''M« i tb-'*'  Boyce proved a star witness for the prosecution. He declared that his father tried to separate ivlbert fr-'m Mrs. Lena Sneed and that h© di'i not bnow of Albert’s intertfon .. ’ Father said,” declared the witness, that if it wasn't for moth,,r he would make A1 leave home, as ho was disgracing three families and auslng sorrow.  ‘No, I never encouraged A1 In his elopement plans, lust before he left the rest of us r*oyc«zs paid him ffib.itOn for his cattle hnsineae, as Al .'nn^ed 7** ve the eoun’ry ”.Vl said. asserted th© wkoeaa. if Lena wants to live with Beal .''’need she Is web ome I am going to pass out of their lives.’ None of us kn«’w unythiigg regarding his intentions and we w'er»' glad t.. see hint gf After he was arrested, of course it was a different matter. Naturally we wanted fo keep O'lr broth«*r fr«)ru pris«an. Father at the hill«- saiil if would be gfod to keep ! \1 •nnfinel f *r a while, as it would Car . tie bif g' 1 but he relented when 'he cnct'd.'« and Snyders bent all i(h*'ir w.vi^'U's to put XI ill stHpes.” i Eiov- «' \h ( !«hi«'r and tnanager of itE'C Midland Tr st company of Hal-i hart He aiD-nded «olleve with Beal I Stu'« d They baye net .spoken sin«’e tbc ftd.il. altht jgh thc\' ha\t been I w '.rhin a f»'w f ,*t of ♦■,« di ntb«'r dally. H*''ir\ Roy« « tt*stim('-n\ u.i.-; not  f"i>ib, d w’»n b«' b'ft th*' stand this  r! •  , > f  ' ct 'I b'  arc k !  tl;  t !u  Bv ' -    (    p  \S .1 l’in'.:r-in    ! ■    <  )'    MM    G.'ti.'*-    1    t 'r-  w    !    .f    !  ■    urn«-    ! t . b«'    H .    ,  M'fn in!    To (> «    i    '    t     Ifs    ' as r* bb« 1    (    ifîor nt' >n    l’IuUi'grapb    s    of    C'a!.      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