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   Amarillo Daily News (Newspaper) - February 18, 1912, Amarillo, Texas                                 AMARILLO DAILY NEWS  VOL. III., NO. 01.  AM'LHILLO, TB^XAS, SIINI>AY. FEBIir.\llV 18. 1012.  IMtK E I ÏVE CENTS.  SEN NEE SIN  Ï  ÏCE CE  Offered by Prosecution of Sneed as Strongest Link in Evidence  (’!r\MI* CLARK OKI.AHO>l A  LEAOS  oELEíí vn:s  By Associated Press.  Oklabotpa City, Okla , Fab. I (;. _por 1 y of    seventy-six  I>t-nioantlf    county coiiv.en-  tiona beid in Oklabonia today to Hcdoat dcb'irates to the stale coinention, show 1K9 of 3r»f> instructad to ^’Ote for Champ Clark as tha prasldential iiom-inea, with    for    \Vo'drow  Wilson, ami 31 in Oklahoma CountV uninstructed.  TTILE MRS.S  ê- ï'’  fi  Woman Charged with Murder of Husband Given . Freedom by Jury  1 11  N  4-  ♦ I’EOI'I E CONTROL  ♦    OE( LARES HARMON  FEARS  Urges Elevation of Dr. Sun to Presidency in His  Stead  wfiintN  HOI'I. WAS EXfRESSEH Tin.REIN! THAT \Ol'N<.ER ROVCE ANO j MRS. SNEEO MIR HT HE    |  EORI A ER SEI*\R VTI-O.  MISS HAMILTON HEARD  SlIliEit BME US ICCJMPLISBEII1IIÏ  By Associated Preis.  Columhi’.s, O., Feb. 17. De-clarinii that iindar the present re present at ive form ot aovernment the ¡»eople are just as mm h their own masters as they would be under the initiative and raferendam. <io\ernor .lud.^on Ifarmon of Ohio here tonirht q ¡oled Thomas .lefferson as authority fo.- this statement.  ♦ : ♦ Í  4 !  4 j Refugee ^ Declares  * I    Occur    Today  ♦ '  at San Antonio Attack May  iSUlUR HHC TBODPS  ASE WAS ONE OF MANY SENSA TION.M. I EAT! RES ANI> occv.sioNEH statb:-WIHE INTEREST.  InirtoHance .Mtaclied to Testimony of Mis. a. R. Hoyce. Sr., Who Will Take Witness St.iml Monday —.Aijîuinents I hm sday.  Special to I'ail;/ News.  Fort Worth Tex.. Feb IT. A letter written liy Col. A. R no>re to Reor,ae Findley of Chica,i;o just ei.^^li* davs tiefore be was killeil ('vpreHsim. the hope that his son Albert and Mrs T.ena Sneed might be kept forever apart and asking aid of friend.s to tlvat end, wa introduce 1 by the profu'cutors of John Real Sneed this afternoon a.s the strongest lit»k in the ehain of testfmotiv rebutting the defense charge that Col. Royce was ge* liing to reunite the two  The letter was written after Mrs. Sneed had been reclaimed by her Inishand, and while Albert t<. Roy re, ,lr.. was still detained by the Canadian Immi'-ration P ircau Col. Rovee in this remarkable letter asked hhs fiiiU'd I'iu Ib'v to enlist the aid of tlie I'iiiwtdiH and ludg- lenue> In liavine Secretary Kiiox and President Taft use their influence In having his son liberated. He told of the imlletment In Fort Worth, declaring that every count was untrue.  Rlfterness toward Mrs. Sneed is ♦>xpr<’ssed in the sentence:    “Sfie    Is  no more insane th;m I am. She is mean as the devil and smart as a whip.” and toward Rnited States District Attorney Atwell, whose “active part in the affair” he charged to his relationship hv marriage to Mrs. Sneed.  A father’s loyalty is shown in his declaration that hi.s friends could assure the Canadian authorities *hat Albert would “make them a good citizen,” and a husband's solicitude fn the statement that “Mrs. Rovce is wholly unnerved and refuses to b.*  < amiforfed.”  The left« r was followed bv the testimony of Miss Mary Hamilton, who has made her home with the Rovces since 190r., She testified that Capt. Royce’s aim through the whole affair was to break up the affair between his son and Mrs. Sneed.  Mrs. A R. ib'vce. widow of the Hlaln man. will take the stand Mon-dav in further refutation of the con-‘-plr. ex    . h.urges avainst    her    b ad    hus-  bjiiol.    ^ uom.'iu of ai'tixe    mind in  VJM*-' f f be»- feeble health, she f.s ev ),’* . t.-d -n tual<e an elfe« tl\e o iftie- ' for 1b»‘ ]!r : u iiliott I’lie stale ill rna <tf other witne -;es f('r the pur po;.«> of iu pea.l Ing .iefense witma-,>n (to    f td la u w e* b    ami    \'iH    lilx'  1V r- i    Mon laV tii lif  \' f(o'-.. v t’om* .lohnwon < rouu < I for th • tL-f-m e ‘-■il .-i.-.lird'« after ueon ..I th( clo'.e . f the u - -if-n that  Used Phonograpbic Device to Record Conversation of Ironworkers  By Assaciatrd Press.  Indianapolis, 1ml, Fei). 1 7.~ It became known todav that government otticials some time ago attached a phonographic apparatus to the rear of a desk in the Ironworker.s headquarters. where coiiversationu con-ceinirg the alleged <iyim:nite eon-siira<y ha\'c t iken place almost diils between the I rt>n worker.s leader.« since the l j) e-rni.nu t it vestigatioi' itegan.  The government today :h-cided tl'at there was no further need e.f sueh an apparatus in the Ironwork-f-rs headquarters ami In the presence of Herbert S Hockin, seeretnry-treasurer of the Ironworkers’ government officials removed the instrn-ueiit i*y means of which two stcnog raphers in a room below coph d tho ({>!'veisatioiis beiwe*-n Ri in, lto« l-;in and others.  The Ironworkers officials sa> that thev hart anspicioiiec! that the telo-phone wires In thcli ( fflce« ha«l fanped, hut ha<l no idea that there was a phonogranhlc apparatus under fho verv desk «♦ which thov worked  day by day.  \tfornevs for ibe gevernrmnf s:»y that they oluained mm h valuabh» fostiniony fr<nr. the 1 lonvx orker.? ieailer-J throu-i’h the use of the device  retarv Hockin said todav; “They are welcome to an> thing i have said,"  Rresldenf Hyan nuide n > (omment  9-4^4-4^4-9>4>44-  l)E< I.AIH > m:    IS CVABIJ7 T<  CttSTRfM, IWCIAEI» SITE \-TIO\ AND TM\T HIS flEALi H IS NO! ROfHL  N  I I.ELINR AR\l\Sr AMI IHC\NS IN THRI ATENEH CJTV BITTER AND MANY ARE INSÎ LIED ORENLV OX .STREB’TS  Sjiccial tc Daily News.  C.atesville, T-^xA, Feb. 17.—Mrs .Minnie Rt e St ■eight, charged with the murder of her husband, after having !»een previously tried and given a life sentence, was this morning "iven her freedom by a Jury in the district court.  The verdict for acquittal came with the first ballot after a trial lasting nine days. Refore the verdict was read this morning the judge warned the spectators who crowded the room against anv demonstrations.  The case went to the jury this morning. Mrs. Strelght’s plea was self-defense. She declared that she shot her husband because he attacked her. The shooting occurred at the Sfrei'Rit home in McGregor.  T. R. S*reigbt was eriitor of the  .MORv.r-or Hri’ir. Mrs. Strelght w?s eloct  cenviOod in Waco on a Saturd ly of IHO was ch'ared today. .Saturday, and the killiio: wa« done on Saturday Tlio first trial was held in Waco in Nbn-ernber. 1 HO, when she was gi\on life t<>rm after a trial last Ing ;*ooj;tl weeks and full of ften-sationat te'ti-nony The .«tate tiled in prn\e that SircMght was mitrdered while asleei) in be»i, am! the dofei'.s that Sirfi’ht was trying to kill hi wife. Judge Uicliard Munroe at i habeas c<mpt!S hearing refused the defendant bond, but pr« siiing Hi W. T... H.i« Id on of if« .-> Tv ■*. V.  By A^. wiafed Pre-ss.  ."^liai'ghai. Feb 17. President Yu;in Shi Kai telesiaphed today to Nanking, requesting the war minister of tho republican cabinet to dispatch troofs to fiuell the disturhan<t in M. nchnrfa. and also telegraphed the minister of justice and his representatives, urging them to endeavor to semire the election of Sun Yat Sen as president of the republic in his place The dispatch said *  “I am unable to control the involved situation In China, and am ■suffering from Impaired health Now Hiat the alms of the republlcnn.« have ren attained, I have a-icomplished ■IV duty. Tlirt pn.«t of fire.sident of fi'c republic w.- nM only s»*rve to lead to rny r»R’' I - -k vour kind officr's with the ]u- ;,1p ('f fl'o count rv to T>r. Sv i «o wk; nil ell ' re lit «hop,!! bn -i..., T -.vlll Vi-.it he‘-e until r. e ’    1 ti'»n ret rn h-une  and reeui■■  JPTIZE  Number Injured at Oakland Meet Wben Fog Envelops Fliers  u.- r h ! band.  hr St;. H t on tc eonti‘1 ;r.*- -f ep ■  intf-rvEew--d. nr"ed  1 be  ade *r) foreigner.« i-p rcli- f of 11 e fiim-f ( Idna  By .'.ssociatcd Prew  Oakland, Cab, Feb. 17. The opening of the aviation meet at Emeryville race track here tod.av was a field hapti/ed in blood.  William H. Hoff of San Francihoc, one of several who fell to the earth uixlf'f a wre-'kod machine, lie-- near (b-ath in a local b.ospital  liii! O Raimalee, '’.buu', \I irlir, fk ra«o Kf'ari'C-) and Hub r«' i’.'-« h »■'    v.- r*' driven to tlte ero-.ind, bat  foil l-'kily ai 1 w. re not serjoi hurt.  q“ue fliers V Ue    in    a    .ionse  tog whi:b wa.- .‘•wrpo over the field k> a «u lden high and.  Ho:f’.« no.=e wa? broken. Iks peivu-  MI L n>  Rl ^roRE U OMEN  none fra“i reí!. :':u n -.s'’ -,i tc pulp.  , Y ' ■ 'fOH Pw - .  W.isiiin iwn. IJ, t . Fv b. 17. A bill to r -store citizenship to .American won.ep who rn rry f? reignors W'as :.....’    ■    t.i    h'    o    .    :    ♦.    '  inai Appeals heard the testimony an I Ropresertallv e Kent of ( .ilifornla  granted bond in the sum of $ 1 0 '''uO whereupon the people of .McGregor h.inL«‘d hip» Hi rfflgy. The Court of Criminal .-Aiipeals gr:ii»ted a new' 'rial ;it»-r the first conviHiin ami th*' ea?-** was trariHferrei to (^or.ell county.  and b.e wa« also internally injured Farn?»!»» Fi. h. yr."r:'-p t of the aviators. W-- lopt ’-n the foe but took a ch.iji« e and 1; nd.ni bftween Sar Francisco and San Rablo Ray on a narrow' ne< k of yro -nd. The gpecta-  to. »hovîhf fh » tif bat t.oen  ried out to sea  I .‘special to r»aily News  San Antonio, Tex.. Feb. 17.—Torreón will be attacked by a force of 9.000 rebels tomorrow if the avow'ed intentions of Aguilar, w'ho was ia command of a force of 4.50 insurrectos that held up a train bearing 244 refugees. Is carried out, says E. P. Arey of Torreon, a member of a party from Mexico that reached Saa Antonio y«?terday.  Arey said he believes the town will be sacked and burned. Arey said that he himself had talked with the commander of rebels, whom he quoted as having declared that Wednesday's train was the last that would be permitted to leave Torreon,  “The Mexicans seemed to know ex-' a tly wiiat they were about,” said I Arey. “Their leader knew just how'  ; nmny Federáis there were In the city, i While he had w'lth him only 450 men, he claimed to have 1,900 all told,  I within striking distance of Torreon, land that when the forces were massed for tl»e ntta- k O.nou would sweep Idown »»pon the iity. \gu!iar’s state-i ment that >»e would attack Torreon -within five da>s was made AA'ednes-day T’orning. so that, if his purpose is executed, ike battle may take place Sunday."  “If any more American« get out,” •he rebel leader is reported as having de* lared, “thr v y. Hi hav<' to walk, for thU is absolu'«*lv the last train  tn ' W'jj! b= »v^r’ii»*r»( i ...    .  I nder the law (vf HD>7 Ameriean wo-  ’V,, n wb'i T’larrv foreivp* rs a «nti the n.:»tion:Mfy of their li sbund«  The Kent bill wo ;1d am tiii th-^ '.‘iw .' i tied Hi states which erante»! e iUi'.I * allet W'íU'.M» 'nielH m-i be prc-* Vente»! from voting  Rl \IVUEAV FLK8  A IMI NEW MIWIHER  lÍlMí-H'- 8W.\RM  r»» BOR I M R PniNT8  ;i! f ! 'a 'v N>w -i liHfuiew, Te\ F» ■    17    !    nmc  diate’v i-re»edine tl -'    .    nn    ••■»!    I'.tn-  ( l\ II  W \R CLAIM.8  ARRRHA El* IN II“* ^1'  EOLLETTE’S  NSON-EL  MftNAfiEli TiEKS  r.v \ »«.ot'tafrtt Pr*'*'«  \Vashinyt(»n. H F . Rob. li Civil war claim«, aegiegalin.g    ti.nm    .  were approved todav’ by the House through the passage of the Omnibus »'aims bill, presented bv the war claim committee  Denies Report That Taft’s Man Lent]Aid to Clear Debts  R'iant« OH E»u' ib«* So.iili.    •  New* \ork. F«*b 17 \n i'iniil })ii«h was gl\<m thè baseball sea^-oii wjtb thè (lei)art» re las, t*veninu <if a l)e.v of Ciani rturuits fi»r I <uii eiì rfUH. f > fbe Mouth On.\ a t' 'V '-»l thè da>er- ìtegrHi tt'“ tnp 1»= re tlie nai(»rif> toinlng tlm pacv at "St i.o-ii» t<'d.»v an-l hv thè Mtne f. \as i r*- ' b-’d ir i--; e\p< ‘ t“d 1 b.it i» \U B thè entire list of pl.l\«H'S re er\* ' . thè- t bill w ¡11 ! e en d'itv, Pti.' • <r r-il, .ep j ra tiee will 1 «oniiiOed at .1 .rlin .-l'u H’.''- Ah'-r le..\ m c i <  -ut  Iti  ha 1  will f( r  .1 u  )Sl ►  a «H'ie- «'f Mi r . d tiT u <-.t li ,r ' » '  !\\<i    world be reqi ir»'1 for fi'“  <1, f» !    eh    witne«» a« snrr-buttili  Hi;it is. r»'’ » Ita! of tk»' stale’s r»'but-t;»l w it ir a a    Tl»i«    will ' rv H'»‘  , il t ) Wilnesdav    ni-ht, ’Ih»»    d»  f .p    ;r    ». ) ! ftai f»-«f|mony nmv b»'  ,,f a . b.'f    , t. r th.at will »'tHitl. d H»-'  fat»’ lo r»'n.imb'r w ilih*S'--»'« In at»> evi'Ut the ar"'»'m»H»t of tk » alt. rn» \ wilì t'Mf t'evin bef.ire Th r !;■> ami uiR r<''| il!«' at least ì 'o dav and m .ili pf(.t ..»»Hit v thf' court’s »kaf’e M ttn ì»iry vili not b» rea»dn>d b»*‘’or > .-tal' rdav  •    v('«>k«    of Ih»' trial    al-  d h:i\» harply    1  d l!,«u»*H it» t h»* i a: • l'B tbe grommi ha« b<‘»*n the ,-f    ;»    ,-kirmlr!», and no  :    wlio has bete» on the (»nth  ■ . ,'»p. I \v'tho»:f a ‘'.»'.ai. Mn • ! n» mim»H('n    '    tb  1 M.    r\    hrtnilion <'or ir    ea    1 \|  fiati'    »»f    Mr»..    \ C. !’ ..N' »    a  lor flu \prll  I'  i-sbil.itie.n can = I di th*' S' 'th. w a\ r--t t    -I  ! ru ' of    ■  V  .»id  Ct'.l  B'liai i  ’nil» II  !..    <'n  1,0-1 I  \ll  r»t  1 ».  ! . -■ \iv-b.eW - Wk( S' >t. I 1 i d’ '1'  , pu.ttk' ' '.a < ifi •» US nr.I m.-n of .»f fan- iia    . rri\ ir- i'l ‘hi-    < it\    to    at-  I tlu'    d’Hi'im :o''\ertion    »»'    Cn*  ÎI d<'n<'nd»‘Ut (dt 'ier of I    ini    D    rtdr  h,. 1' r.H    ona: Ir-'tit ef ak    t! »'    t-  fraternal at'.I » b.'rifl I ' organi -.Hi um n tlu vot'd  T)' tbr» r»*:.d\ p.i th» .  erv inch o*'  .-•Cl n wit m ha < ro-All «■omp  t I  <m 11 :,ai I tb < on\er I I "*> Rn . t  -HHlii Ihia a ' terina u> .■'!*-»■.,<> rl ..-'r,! M r»» Ri)> » ' w .111 M r.^. I -enit Sn.-t d it.'  (doiieni. rt a»’d I b '. Mr'  • I to k»‘r. ■ < '!» 1 -na, 1 diiln’t  ♦ »’oneu'ient ,» k *u.| In t ' -f w 1h1»' >.p •' -i bt« . t..    \!b.    I    ,  ak» ( .»m ■  ilruk H »vould (H. r ta»me to tbi.-;ijfbo»! t'    I    kr.w    von    weic    Impnt  ,1. r,i '\    k    t    vili    n -al tltlnlC’”  !! lirv    ibty. **, son of    Capt.    Ro\.    <  y .1    (.»1 tir    .stand    nntsf    all  and pr<. » <1 ! or. ng a\ Rn»'  qdi»* tmdrant bi*. t-'-t u'ion’. h»* fr..i''lv a Ittrff» .1 dolt»' all in his noe. rial .-Ita k»i ‘ b>'a«her \R' rt nn.i Mr    I.» ".» St.e, 1    k.    . P »    t ‘dh    r.    but  <d H ■ ■ V . -    »‘■♦»'r tt  (but id« f .tl    . r    had  ,p-    D,    ■ . .    i,»r.  ■q t w , Arp’.,  Î If if    H    i'tni    i'<    r»' d» '    y !•-'  !>t Vnr'i'd! >. ' Ftar to'.!’“  . ti I    t ! ’•'    out of Hits h.-a!e    ”    j  tf    y    ;r' tbj.s    letter    th.lT    lb'.    bU'd \1 •  .»'f*    to re«r ir. lo'f    fna*; t'>(    !»'•’! Itati    *  and    «'si'ait»' 'I'b-'    vitm »s »leckat e '    ,    <■»  Hr.t    bt- briath» r    v    a. ■ •■un'e.l    »»u. ¡»'t  of f    (lie- t ..\u. rt    'd' d ti I t'e I ' n    '    ■  b • .til ,    ;■    e,!!-uir\    e.t' i M"Tt    w »■'» I    |  i‘ it    .11- i tkat be istiey if Ik    d Sue ■.!    '    1  S'*5»»ci¿te'l PtY>»i*  W a«ldnvtan, H C , F* b, l7. i»bn i Hannan, »ampaign maitae. for St'uator La Follette toilav i«« ' Ì u tat«*»neni .b'nying r*'P»arts ti nt K» p-r»‘s.*titati\t* W illiam R. Mi i\ !ile>, la it’s campaign mana'ef. b. lin.HU'inl aiti t»> la ikl!*tt.  .;oarit Is. ami that    the    1 ■..  b"* n in art.e.rs    it»    rent,    »'t»  nan r»‘lt»'iates ikar    I,a    b'ollet  n \ er V It ’¡dra u n    •    .    t ;■    ■    i  ef. d. nti It    n    H ■•    t    i  b ha, lu) alliau-    w it ii I'a ' t.  \«‘lt or anylh..!v «dre.  t ot.linuiii" th-.‘ it» »'M t . F\ • »■ ' I'ont rib. t mil t»» î lu' 1 1» . i«' » .-mi» li.’n fur I ■ et'.«'  .'U'I '’X » rv di’-b-ir«« • ui i ' i for .II ot a »'h.'M k in . • in <1 Rept’e.«t'nt11« n-- thet tin re .* '  . I <1*- .,)! tl<*1l.ir« in i»'i»ts «i  otber eVpt'IlM' :    art*    at-ailut .  »>bliaat»ons o'" thb n . t pri»nipt 1\ nn»l w ■• iv|\ 'lU b r 1 .» r . -'I \ out ribnl bni UN ra ..r»b-.’ I ml at xx dl ite made pnt»H'’  dbds eandtiiÌT. na-, tu» un î< I ' îamlinc or xx h Ivin vxtfli i'aff. lîooîu xt'lt or » nil .ii»x oi hr » a itP hit«*, aui* rHi »■ It XX ill on st ra ! ! I i.sh, XX I; k O'-1 »h-a 1    , r ■ o.  XX it t| aiix ('t ter < íudl*!at paign “  S  ( 11.e  R 1  fol ■ Marl R t ’ b\1 .1 1  .n tlu at I  «'r*  Twenty Thousand Dollars in Cuirency Put Up by Fighters  r V A >    .    i,tt    r    !    p.    •  Clrcei-tx. 11! .-.'U, chami>i» ti r ml Lu k t ’.n » «M -* in ' * 11H't .' V f||    \1 d’e.in  ft’.- y *rl,l  T! tire X' . . I I» I 1 f Î'. :• I k. 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All say that fear of pos.-ihle out-br. ,ik • »ndiued tin m t» leA'e their honn*'^ in Mexico.  tier t -'iav main i'*»:«'  tdiMNIl NR’ A I IHN W !TM  r<MîR!'»»S Is RH >r«M;EH  • ir i « .»n i d. Hi - i i rx R  Bx \ •.. . U»! .i P'**; -  M»'\i»',> CTX, Fet 17 T, lecraph-communí'afion with Torr»* .n 'X'.« Testi.red ttiis afternocm l.atest :li8-patches in'i-,.r»' that therx* is no im-or -veim'nr in th»' re\ »Rif narx slt-. .'ion ;it t' at point  X t.idx rí!t*o , f < 'Ti ' 'S ot! r» ’ ' 1    \    K-.. 'l 't r-  » ‘-¡r Irt, I. t ; ko ' , r*  I iT-em'-  ■1    -t-. t e ,  MWA AMERICANS  \RE I»WINI, CITY  Tk  < -r  » » -.  I r ■ r , n b r t b - t «’ 1  bb i  -'-n '  p I**  T. \    R.d'    h-    *Th#  I . ■ H-. >• T- rreo* ( d d \ « King, h ' o-rE - i to-■■ .T' ■ n have  ■ -t d W*-rt  t A  W F1 SH-I’RI I H »N R' 'I I  IN I CJ'-t » » < \ I I I h » >M  .»“a  of  th.  I lO  hill Ih tt. and tin-  ar.  t'on an ah.e .:re i ttl" I : tion. 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