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   Amarillo Daily News (Newspaper) - February 21, 1912, Amarillo, Texas                                 AMARILLO DAILY NEWS  VOL. III., XO. »1.  AMVHILLO, TEXAS, \VKI>XESI>A\, EEHItrAlîV Jl, liHi;  five cexts.  SNOWFiLL OVE ALL PflNHAN  Approximately Eight Inches on Level In Amarillo and Vicinity  RIIIL TRI  1    P  J    11  DD  SLIOMT DVMAOF IN iii\, 1*1 LiiFl'inT.MinN srilF T<» i'iîo\ F OF oiîi'vr oi:x-  FICAL ItFNEI IT.  HLizzAno iiA<;i:s  OVKIl SOFTIIWFST  I’.y Associated Press.  Dallas, Tex., P'eb. 20. - Ac-roinpanied by windstorms of sixty to seventy miles an hour, the most severe blizzard of the winter is sweeping the southwest. Railroad traffie is demoralized and wire oommuni-eation is seriously hampered. Mueh damape to rattle is reported.  May Be Called as Witness In Army Case Against Major Ray  N  N CONVENTION  Missouri Candidate for Governor Makes Fight On Slate  F    -f  ♦ SIX .\I{F KILLED IX  ♦    SlinF.VKl’ORT    SKiliM  4.  i>y .Associated Pre' .  ■f    Shreveport, La.,    i^'eh. 20    ♦  ♦    Six persons are known to have    ♦  4-    been killed and several ar»' be-    ♦  ♦ lieved to have met a like fate  4    whtm a tornado    swept t;ic    4  western outskirts    of Shrev«-    ♦  ♦    port toniyht. Loss of prop-    ♦  ♦    erty was heavy, but the f ill    ♦  ♦    extent of damaue is vet uner    ♦  Real Estate Dealer is Killed by City Detective Bell  FEN  iLisippisEs "GiE ROLri-:::::...........;    sneer    true    is    ck  CALES IN SEVEOAL STATES  FWDRS < \LLI\<; .ALL r<»XNE<'r-FD WITH VFI'AIH; IF XFFFS-S.VHV TO IXFLFDF THF PHFSIDFXT.  DFIJk.ATFS AHF VVAIFD WITH IXSTIHT TIONS TO V<»TF FOR OHAMP (LARK AT R A L-TlHORF r< »XA F.S'TIOX.  Snowstorm in Oklahoma, Kansas and Missouri, on Forty-mile Wind  By .Associated Press.  Kansas i’ity, Mo.. Feb. 20 —Carried on a forty-mile wimi, a Iteavy snowstorm swept southern and south-eastern Kansas, northern Oklahoma and southwestern .Missouti toda>, and continues unabated tonight.  Thirteen inches of snow fell at .loplin.  PROAFS RFXFFn  TO U RROFK ( OFX I'RA  Snow which began fallin.g Monday evening and continuing until Tues-<lay afternoon, measures approximately eight and one-half inches on the level in Amarillo and throughout the I’anhatidle country, drifts being shown to various depths, according to the depression, from two to ten feet and (ompletely blocking all street and railway service.  Street traffic, such as delivery of groceries and other wares, vvas abandoned through the forenoon, and re-sume<l only in the most extreme ( ases 111 the afternoon. A number of the leailing business houses did not bring out their delivery traps, and but little or no (ab service was offered for the greater iuirt of the day. Only those persons appeared on the streets who felt that their business demanded their atteiitivin. and traffie in all lines was greatly curtailed.  Only the fact that the sidewalks -«..•re deserled, peirha|»s prevented fatal accident when all that stretch of metal awning fronting the Fain block the north side of Fourth street, extemling west from Taylor strevU, ft II to th- sid. vva.ll; rn<ii‘r its Iturden r.f snow The wreck was so eemph'te that some of the tenants found R rece.ssary to use the rear exits tr. their establishments The awning on the same block shclteriim the <‘ii-trancft of the Seay gro<-ery atore also fell, batrrlng for a time that establishment.  Trains entering here early in the forenoofi were not permitted to pro-  ( ee l, and at. other points service w*as j «urea the bl«irest crops curtailed. it is expected that if no renewal of the fall m airs, activity will lie shown today in clearinu the tracks and makina all those efforts need,Ml to r«‘Store tin* schedule.  Heavy winds carried the snow in almost blinding sheets ft on, »ho breaking of the storm until ,t «eased in th«* afto-noon. rendering progr«*ss on fh«* str**«*'tH and si«b*vvalk.s *ud only uncertain, hut painful and feiiious r.s well. in the aft«*rnoon sonn* eat» service was avail ihh* ami tin* p«'opb* availe! themselves of the sann* to a liber ill degree from that time until late in the night  Reports from all s'ction.s of the Panhandle bring information of the ger<*rality of the pr«‘< ipitation. am; all the farming population is rejoicing ov«*r the thoroughness of tin* seasons that nnuin so much to th«* wh«*at grow«*ra of the Plains country This precipitation .it Is said, will HUpply vvat«*r f »r the lak«*.s ami p«"»mis am! assiir«* tin* livestock against a short IV«* in tin* summer  XumbiTH of huly.«* nn«*tings, so  « i.il function.s and. oth-'r gatln*rinvs wer«> d«*f*‘trec! last night «in a<-c«iunt of the Hi'ciunulntion of .snow on th*"*  ,*nl'*walks ami in the str«‘<ls  To fay'* fovi't ast, Ilk«* that of > «*s terday. is for fait weath«*r D«*spite that fact tin* «•loml.-« r**maim 1 lu;««-fi«-allv unbroken duru!'- the er«*íiter (uiTf <*f lb.‘ nlcht.  tjtiif,« A lim'lher '“f Fn* more 1 ’if, !  I*r Mine 1 u-tm-.ss f(«mdrns had tin*  • 1,1. vv ilk . < b*. r,- 1 « f the :• ' -imul it ,*d srew. h ivinv iirofitcd hv t \V‘ n i-v fidh«vvin tlo* -torm < arly in 111 i . d •' It was ■Mi'';,e t*'d Vei-fci*  ,l;i\    !• n reewald, ma V >r pr«i  tern, that .ill idewalk-. in 'O- husi in a.M ;iinl t-iu in the re ideiitial di trb t*« ■ h.iuhl b- «■!♦ an 1 «-.ii Iv t«*d i .  K.» ilrit the 'u cu t ulit mil' d,o n it , I] .(•    . i'b'Mt a. a-, v\ .1 f.u met iv  .mI.o W II.  Ill N\ I IÍ MtR’l IH.DI M»  I'M m i l» \ I < 1. \RI MMtX  Special 10 Daily News.  Lubbock, I’Vb. 2(h lieavy snow fall .^tarted in here abotit «layiighf. and continut'd steadilv until iiast noon today Although as a result of tin* big snows and rains of the fall and vvint«*r, th«*re was never a finer sea ,eu in the ground this snow will be of inciiUuhible b«*nt*fil to farm-«*rs.    .\ gr«*at deal of new land has  Ih*«*ii pr«*par« d for crops, ami farmers g«*nera!ly were well up with their vv(*rk ami ri'ady for jtist am-h season as this snow gives Men who have successfully farmed here for yours, and have made good crops uu-der the most atlverse conditions this «'oiintry has ever known, say this Inin the his-torv >f the Plains, and wheu nm* «•f>nsiderp 111«* lump«'!' <To|»h of th-.* past two sonu’what aufav ««rahh* years, th«*i" oiunions ar,* <«>rtainl.v worthy of comsideration,  Hi:.\\ \ F \LL Rl'PoRTI D  IX PLAINVIF\\ Fnt X I RV  By Asscciated Prfs^.  Washington. D. (’., Feb. 20,— Roos«*velt as a witness in the Ray cay is one of the possibilities developed in the Investigatirin w'hich the House Fominitt«*e of Expenilitures in the War I department Is making Into the charges against Ma;or Beectier liay, the army paymaster.  “I favor calling Roosevelt and every one eonnoeted with the retention of Major Ray    in    fhe    army,”    said  Representative IHfenderfer of Pennsylvania. ” We ought to know' if Mr. RooseveP used the same* tactics In this case Hiat he did in fomenting the Panama revolation The committee intends    to    go    to the    top,  whether that he    t«>    the    chief of    staif  or the presi lent.”  A suhpoona f o' Fharies P Fa ft. iirolher «-t th*    !'r«*sideiit. and    sug  gest i«in til at IbuiseveP might be called are seqm iu*«*s in th * charg«.* that Major Ray was active in {»olitics in the cull-.«‘liti«*n which tioniinated Taf.  At.Rl FMFM RI;A< HI D  (Í.N FH FMK AL TA RI I-1  an  of  p.y Ve^r.ctatrd PrefS.  Washington, D .F,. F«*li. 20, Th« Deniouratie «‘h«*mical tariff bill was agr<*e<l upon witliout change in the House tonight. No final vote was taken, hut the hill will he passed. An aigreement was reached be  By ‘V.tnciiUfd Prf««  , lofiliii. .Mo.. Ft*h, 20. .After *1! -arternoon fieht on the floor the ( invention, caused by the effort of David Ball of Rowling Green, can-didati* or the cuh«*rnatorial nornina-tion, to oppose the convention slate agreed on by party lead« rs, the Dem-ticratie state eonvi*ntion elected eight dolegates-at-large to the Baltimore convention, (*aeh with a half vote.  Ball’s fight to stop what he terrm*d ”gag rule” and Fannonlsm w’as nn-sueeessfiil, and the prearranged program went through.  The d«il«‘gatlon wa.s instructed to vote for Fharnp Flark for iire.-ddent on every ballot taken at the Baltimore convention.  The deb*' athin-at-larce was as follows. rniie.i .Stat«*R S«*nators William .1. Stem- :*nd .Limes A. R<'«*d: form« r Go'.mri; .r-; \ M. Do* kery, of Gallatin. 1.' ’i \‘. St* t)lu*ns. of St. Lo iis, D-vid R Franci«-', of .St Louis, and \\ illiM'-' '¡' Kemper of Kansas Fitv, and Lilbtrt ! arh**e, of .lop-li’i -'ind A'ir"' Rub*, of St. Lmiis,  S!xt«'«'ii i vat“s to fht* Baltlinor«.* ef'»n«-fiti('u A .T(* ehost*n.  ATS FOR PARCELS P  S  F.'STlAf A I FD THAT .SI \ DILATILA ARF IX LARfiF .AIFASPRF A ITIillH TABLF TO XDI FD FA SF.  Agree to Incorporate Provisions in Appropriation Measure  By Asxrtciated Pre««  Washington, D. F., Feb. 2u, Dem oorutic meni bers of the House tomín it tee on Postoffices and Postroads bave agreed to incorporât«* in the apjirotirlation bill prc*vÌRÌons for a g»*nera! pareéis post.  They bave aîso agre«- i n a genera! l'um'sfic r-«te «f tw*!** «ent.s and a maximi ’u jia« k, ef «>h*\« n pounds, th«* pr*'.ent ict.rtritiorui ! parcf'l.s jiost rato The agrtement ;!-y rural iianols j t .ii I ut', for ‘'m* p«> D’ i Lu' < tieli addi* U'Ual i Thes«* firov i-;'ou . rate 1 in th >"M v\ hi< i, fior t( <1 lo t hi- Ho .. (* n«'  r-- ; I" f ir a r it. of fiv«* • 1 f\-.i .enfs itid  ’Il orpo-Aill I !' r«--' w-’-k. It  w;\’. repori-'d tcmi*-iht !iai pul'li’an tm*ml r;. a.upre*,« oiiim«*ndation.M ami . I* * vvuuhl    the    Ho    ' ■  'um* t h«-  Re«*k«***perM in SeM*.i«in.  Winona, Minn., Feb 2d. liee-keep«*r.s of >outheiistern Minnesota and w**sf* ru Wisfonsiii met here today for the annual convention of  t..;™ s;,;jun;.an    a..    THe^I.,,'';::::,?';’  rmrvoTe wa7dT(erred‘ ‘.o avoid ‘in- i «'<“* '» "’«■ -«*«d*-lon of all phaaea | Ion« l.ona o, ihi.    ar,    in  totforenco with I'rcaidont TafCa rv "-<■    l>ro<1u-tion of  ceptlon tonight.  Re-  r«H.--  bill  Illinois Farmer*«* liiMlitiite.  Fentralia, 111.. Feb. _’d    S«,veral  auif’T*-' repreHC‘«*t'n* %'nr-  honev for the market.  Sprrial to t^aily Nrw«.  Plain view. T«*x . F«*b 2d. A sop-gv snow, :ieeoinpani*’d b.v a «Irivinv north wiml, has be«*n falliiiv a portion of ilu* night and all day Th** t«*mperatur<*. tiow*‘v«*r, is well above freezing, am! th«* snow melt.s as it falls. H has alreadv amounted to sev«*rnl im h«*s of pr**ei|utation. it H thought, and the faniHTs are delight-«*«1 a.s the fall will be v«*ry bt‘nefi('ial t«» vvlH'at. oats and alfalfa, atul will add to th«* a!r«*adv «‘xiM'lb'iif eoiuli-Hon of th«* soil f«>r tli«* fdanting of all crop.s A ('old snaji will also s«*f back th«* irijudi« i«»us amblti<*ns of th«* fruit tre«*s. and will not i.'ijur«* fh«» liv«*.sto(k. as they ar«* fat, and f**«»d is pl«*ntifu! am’ cheap From pr«*s «•nt indications, t !M 2 w ill tr«*at fh»* farm«*rs and Iockm«*!i of the Plains «•v**n b«‘tt< r than did 1011, wbl< b was as s«*as«iniibl«*. p«*rhai's, as ativ vt'.ir this country lias «'vi»«*rh lu «*d  tendance at the annual meeting the Illinois .‘^tate Farm«»rs' institut'''  vv h i' V »pt*m i il 11' = d ivs‘ -    ^ I-  h r. f i ia.v. An -u -a illv    :    -'in'  and i" fr;i tiv«* pr" Ti.u ; a. b«-« n r Ì 1 f.«r tl.;s g;« i.- r-uu.  .'pccial to l>aily .Vewi.  Fort Worth, Tex., Feb. 20.- With the killing late la.st night of Sylvester *'^ Morris, a real estate dealer, by Fitv Detective Ben p. Bell no !es.<i than six persons have met violent deaths since the Sneed-Boyce feud was started by the elopement in November of Albert G. Boyce. Jr., and Mrs. Lena Sneed.  In a street car conversation last night .Morris denounced Mrs. Sneed, whereupon Detective Bell interfered and warned him to discontinue. The real estate man resented this and strm k at the detective. In the scuffle that followed, which caused a panic in the car, Bell shot .Morris, but giaims it was accidental and that h(* did not int«*nd to kil! IDs a.saail-rit, Bell is «uit on a iu.OOO bond.  The fir.st vkilcnt death aftor the *‘l'>pt>f*;«'nf was till- shootipir of Col A. G Bovre in the Atetropolitan Ho-t< 1 h< r** liv .1. B Sneed, himhand of .Mr- L«ri.: Sn<'«-d. Short Iv afterward ilii pn.'sei uticri’ prin' ij-al witness, I'bl ar i Throf kI* ortnn, died myster-  !011 ~1 V  Lu'-'f w *k Frank Kirklen .Mhot and killed 1' i-;ene i^lavton only n few feet from the s-ene of the Boy« e killiiit* .-^layton was with Kirklen’i di\!irce I wife and wa.s a defens«» wit-iit‘81«. ii*)ih men took opposite views regarding the trial and were embittered. .At Center, Texas, la-if wtcl:  I; Hendricks was kiited in a i|iiar. ret with lohn Arnold, Hendricks de-elarlnc Sneed should be freed and .Arn-'dd < ipporfliu’’ lonvbtfon.  \o    A    «‘MfiTda.v.  Over Great ¡Loss  H«‘avv at FamnUaii  '-{>«■ <.«1 to f'ady New  I'atindiuT’, 'I’ev , F**b ’<»    \    h«    av    \  f«m-wsiorm has I « Id this s« « tn»u in It : raMp all d i.v It i* a vvt*t. warn* now, and will bi* < t ’*r-a; t fudit ft» wh«*at and farminc lomiittnu- i’«*u i rall.v. t'attb* w ll ' ffei    =  fh'iiu'h th« f I-pt'fit ; 11 i I low \ stroll wim! a* ' >»i .par.ifd thi'siiovv  First to Fly  Lakes Falls on Return Trip  By .\*>»ocMttrd Pre««.  Flic. Pa.. Feb. 20 Karl Suudt, th«* vouthful aviator who was first to fly o.er the Gi«*at LaKcs from the Initvtl .States to Canada, «ame t«> gri«*f when ten niib's out on th« 1 ik«* tr«mi .North«*ast, Ph., while attempting his I ♦•turn flight.  Wl'en high in air and aveniy ia;l'*s «‘U.'U of his fours«', tn«* « n 'me of Saiidt's bi|»lun«‘ Ht«»pped I’ui a Dm«* h«* gli«letl toward the ic*.-coN-«■i«*«l HU,'*ta«'«*, then suiidenly his u i him* tuiiieti tuitb* .«ml s.«lull > ■ ' tuii H«! umaumeious iti th«* vvr«-fK.«,. •  Hue lone ri‘* remained in that i- ’ Dun Sal; it do« sn t know. \\ lu i 1 •* j i I «*«'ov * r«‘d cofisei ousness    lu*    was    ^.-j  m r.illv salur.itfd with    bluon    ti    a«  *n:..n.v « ufs .\id« d bv a    p«»«    kel    om-  pa-8 lu* \valk« «l ten luiU's to .slu ih w .1 . found Mt.i enim alou !o 1:0,.:    .Mkatuu and war lal«i "•  rn d t ' a hot« 1.  .-^andt Vv i:    bro lflif hole :D t’ '•  .1    : t Oil a spt*i 1 a 1 1 ;ir I ho -.so.0:  pul .«tu.- I r I- bai I- ami 1 I i ts 2 q» V« lu t b“s r< «-ted lum  of Approximately Twenty Thousand in Business Section  \(i M«*n M«*«*t at 1.« «\eni\«»rili.  L>*    « :• wa rt h    . 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