Amarillo Daily News (Amarillo, Tex.), Vol. 4, No. 59, Ed. 1 Saturday, January 10, 1914

AMAMLLO DAILY NEWS
VOL IV. NO. 59.
AMARILLO TEXAS SATURDW JANUARY 10 1914.
PRICE nVE CENTS
SUB TRUST H
I
REFUSE II YIELD
nfgoti hions thi:i:ati:n to
( UH To Altltl IT I'.NH
WITHIN SlIolST TIMK
1 ;til MM-lll (Hfll'lllls Hccline to IHh
III ( iioc Anil Point Of IMf-fi-micc
Have Not Keen
Made Public
lly As's-intol I'rcM.
WASHINGTON I. C. Jan.
Negotiations between the American
Sugar Ueiinlng Company and tin- de-
partment ot Justice will come l an
abrupt halt unless the so-culled trust
ngrc-s ti ni'ct thu demands tor re
nt 'iinliit ion The landing hint In
dissolve It under tliu Sherman .nit I
trust art will be pressed with vigor
bv Attorney General Mrlteynolds
' r.ir Hi. lust i'ik officials have
hern honcful that the remit confer
ences between M clteynoltls ami
Sunn dfii Mar.-hall the lulled State
liuirtri Attorney at New York would
remit In a pi-Href ill welt lenient of tin
kiiII which wax fll'-il mure than thret
years iuo. Thin hope w shattered
lodav wlon word mine front New
Vnr kthiit negotiation had ben ah-
ntidoncd.
Department offlrlals tonight di
('lined to discuss" the rase and tin- ix-
iict points whlrh failed of adjust
inent were not made public r
L'l
i;i ri:i. nir .
un. wjj jvM i
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II v A-fHUliil f'rcsf. Ar-
15KI.BAST. Irelantfi.-n. !'. It
was atiiioiilK-ed aT Tiieellii(! ol
l tiinnii.iKflif.re toda Hint a tlind of
five million d dlars had In eryyaisiil
to Indemnify .elalivcs of th" kliKjW ;
IKMI
Radium Fortune
To Cure Cancer
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REBELS ADVICE
TOWARD OJB
0.1
i km i:i.s in i.im:i to hi:-
I.IFtFD ATTACK Hil l. NOT
iti: mik at onci;.
Water Color of l'ancho Villa
The Ctuninp; Man of Mexico
BUSY TIIS EDS H REUSED -CONGRESS
AHEAD WITH C0H0IT1QT1S
HUERTA'S POWER TESTED
Will Ii m-ihI I poti WTicllier
.Makiiiu Siiite Hunk Note
K.i Teuilee Will He
iH-tnl.
Ilif-rei1
l.e-
I .(!.. lift tho
...... t.t i.n fii irmar yh()L'.-7V
Ji.ni'ir in i" -fV 'V"" j V
!" 4.. i I TXff n
tliein pi
reiiilt from Tier.ie rli
i-ni..nijla !i rlnre . thefrT olaa i
complete m uit homtj rui wiin
HTAYH IX T1HK IJI.K ZONK
Itepri'c-.-ntailve Uohert (iunn
llri inner of New .l-i-". . n !! isli-r
of the Daily Id ral i at l'a.-au-. In
that slate is In a private lio.-pital
In I'.altlinoie sh'iwini; li'ipniMiiunt
after IIimi.iiimi worth i f raillnni a
pliired in his hhniilder to i ure the
raiK-t-r from v lh h he h.is h' en ml-
ferine for four -ars.
A The ladi-im w- i cnlailii'd In el-
Veil '."a ii'.rhes and tilM- t hircl
of an Inch In iliaiad' r T he eihl
of the metal was lp nii Kim and
inn inllligrunm and K prohahly llo-
nioHt expensive iia. Uty ever iim 'I
m Kinttle operatioV The tiiheit
t fltafre planted In eU h im iioi.n lu
tlii; cancer and alUed to remain
twelve hours. dnriU'i which the ra-
li.jv I've nroi-eTt'e-f of " radium
ll) A.- i L.lril l'irn.
(i.ll ti. .Ian ! - Iti poriH which
were iiroiiK'it to I'ed-'tiil army load
(iiiarters to Ta wen- that (ienera
Villa's rebel forces. nillliherllHl
i l'iiii men were drawlnc nearer
Imt the nndiiihle time of the attack
.. . i..ii...i
on iljinaua was 1101 ni.nr.ut i.
The Kedi-tahi are inelnicl tc l.e-
live the rt 'h-Ih wen not In a posi-
tion to lupin an attack for several
ilavs. nevcrthelcsK tin- const nut Ion
of defenses proceeded actively III
pri aratinn for it possible mm-Ii i
rchcl aihance.
W
ly ..iinlil t'T.
lltH f.llTtiN' Mich.. .Inn. ! -The
dei Miration In Charles . Mover that
he Itinnds to remain In the copper
strike di-trit hi Ion: as he pleases.
Intimations Irom iininti sources liiat
I he pi and jurv proceedlliKs ate In he
attacked on 'e-al grounds and the
departure of i.owrnor Kerris with-
out makine any illreet eiforls to set-
tle the tronlil--. marked tlx- procress
of tin- p ial Muluslrlal war today.
TMiiti i: i.un i i:i i:
i i:oi in omi: tax
WASHINGTON. I. C. Jail. li lt
was announced today that no lim-
ber land would lie subject to the in-
come tax until the timber Is cut and
marketed Then i.nly tlie profit al-
ter all expenses inchldlliK the pro-
tection of prov iliK timber ha been
leiil' t- d. V ill he subject to as-P-
llielil
Mil I MilA II W II I.
I.MIIItl I AT ( itl'.N SHOW
IfAI.I.AS. Texas. .Itn. !' f I'
Itiili. niatii-'ef of the National Corn
Kxpts tinii. v.l.lih will li. coiidiicled
lure iii Kebrnarv has !i'nrd from a
number of T'exa- coun'ies annoiinc-
IliC their illtclitlons of xcndiliK ex
hlbit- to thl Miow The la-l to be
hea:d from as the Vounx Men's
llii-in-" I.-Hune of llillslioro and it
aiired Mr. Hall of a R"od strong
i-xhibl- fr"i.i their county.
Illierlii's Siicir Tel
VSIIINtlTtlN. It C.. Ian. !.
Tin- promulKiitioii of tin- revoluiion
in Mexico Is I.elUed by officials here
to depend largely Upon the measure
ol success attained by lluerta lu the
exeriillon of the enforced circulation
(;f stale hank notes.
They think this will be the real
(si of popular support of I lie lluer-
ta government.
No Important developnu-iits reach-
ed the ilcpni'l mints today In regard
to the situation
Hebels Siee thient
WICHITA Kan . .Ian !i. A report
to the receivers (if the Kansas City
Mexico and Orient railroad enytt the
const It lit intiu tint 4 have seid three
hundred piles of tin rif.nl and lire
operating It. Some employes: have
been forced In work for the relmhi
running trains. p
- ii i -w-- -Tx.:. ''.n.-
x
grow .-. .
After carefully ob-ervliii; the re-
suit of the lit .1 ilip'b Iitlnli tir
liowiinl K-i;.. who pcrmnneii
the operation is of th" opiiiioti that
the operation "ill 1"' siici i-stul. If
cure or t-M-n ii.i.ioeniei.t r'-sult.
l-iiolbi-r step 'nr.'.ird will hae b.-eii
taken Hi lln Iml.t on the di-a-asc.
Although ab'Hii do' li cures of
cnr s ot r il Ii radium have
bull repoit'd i ph-iclaiis and sur-
geons iii the la-l -ix years mediial
ni"ti still t. i t .1 t" siibsi rilie v. it li-
mit ronrn in tic iiMinlve proper-
t ! s of 1 1. pi ioii metal
THOlltlJ.
TIIIIKATI AH IN .'
'4t inu'l;
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TWO IKM MS Will. .i:t lOWN
IO WOICK ON Hi:-Asi..
it I in ;.monhm.
MFQHTAHT ITEMS
On Semite iilciiilar .loint llesolil'
lion I'l'iipnsiuu an io inbiieiit
tor Wiiinnn siiOniite
Near Top.
m mm
t ! i -k . Z: .... -'? -.vl f.x
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WASHINGTON. l
With the end r the
res hut two das
C . Jin
Chri-tinas re-
awitv senators
I lT.IMil: i.l-l'IMIHTIC rr.f-
.i ( ..MMII I IK I KOM MIS-
l t I i" MMTAL '
leeisuti::!
( oii.niillee ll.ii lirafl i rrpurru .
Sill inissli.n in I'renlilent IU"for
They 're 'iitnxluwNl In
t'oiiifren
9. Prl-
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EIFE PRESERVER
FDR AER9HS
in ( i: ri i:i n II I li gi i nn
II i mv in hi sU i: l H i.-
IM. A lllolls.
l.nriiivntil h iim'i of I'mml.
I.ol ISVII.I.i:. Kv . Jan. ! -'Ti.ifi-sor"
George LeMtirr. who I-
aiiei I tn e a member 'if the hand
of elaii voxant- that has tarried on
ext.n-ixe n Iiidllnu operations in
itM. .f the iii 1 1 1 ' ! ) wi-t was r-
raigtied In court here today or trial
in m Itidic' me'it charel'.g him
with obtaining money utidtr fale
pretence through the sale of worth-
less mining slock.
Mr. Hitd le. Snn- in liiri
I'AUIS. Jan. - Mr and Mr-
Train I-- Hows Sare arrlted here
this afternoon from liiidoti They
will be the pue-ts of A nitias .ador slid
Mr. Mvron T. Ilernck. It und-r
stood thev will remain in I'arls until
Jannarv ji).
WOMAN TEACHER KILLED
NeplirM of I t.rtiier Seniilor Kill-
Woman Tlten sulclile No
Hra-w.n Known
MVIHSOS. Wis. Jan. John
Spooner. a nephew of r'ormer I n-
Iteif S'a'en Set tor John Siwmner.
lato this afttrnoon shot and Killed
M' Kmily MrConnetl d
school teachor In Madls'm for II
yean and then turned the --m on
Ii rr - I r. infH ttn "bat i l-'o-xej
to l- a fat:.! w'.unj In the t.nl
Sx one.- i. marrti I at.d li two
children lie went to the si hool
houe. ralleil the eHrher out and
iihn.it a word began firing at her
0 fi "'E Vr tUC d'.t'i la iiMn.
p. .
I.I I-
I. 1 lM.
II '. I V
stepped
v
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lb M
the
pi. . r
he
I Si o!
(HI lilH
ami siie
ground
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... fei I iii :i ir.
. t. ai hi '! I he Jl
us; rai- d I.. M il
piai ti al.iiH ' '
t . --r
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Jan. :'.
t - i r r '
tile a
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II II
atelv
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r l.i !
I tell e
d t!.eti
fly Attoriatvd fnm.
rAPKTOWN South Africa. Jan. 9.
Ptirghers ol the OniMKe Free state
hiue been enili-d to arms. Serious
d -orders are threat- tied.
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Will
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l oi: ciiii i .11 sn: :?
NKW HAVKX. ' on I.u !i. It
was stalt d here tonight by u man
who ha- just returned ruin Pass
Christian where President Wilson
reit the holidavs that the picsl-
di nl has made the r mark that lie
is unlng to appoint Prof William II.
T'att. one time pli-dd' lit. In be Chief
justice of the I lilted Slates Sll-
pirme Court.
Prof. Tat' when n-koil If be IihiI
:ii informal ion regaidii-g President
Wilson's reported plan lo make him
Chic! Ju-tlre said In- did not care
lo l.e Interviewed on It nl this Mine
lie was asked II h- would accept the
position if it wi re lender-1 him
mid In- ag.iii: il' - lri I lo In- oai u .i d
f r im d i si ii isint; I be sub jei t .
Chief JiiHiiie Kdward h. Whin- is
'o retire s.moi on an mint of lb.- a:e
limit
. .
(i. in. a N w Vork in' ha 1
iii derl.ik. ti t" ti.ilt I'aiicl .. !a r
water color.- a mI .ic( 1 a a
retinil kable r. mil aee to pi o'
grapli i of I In iirn balii
control nl ( i oil S i p- t
sons w I. ha . - VIP i '
SI. HU Of I hetll ' he .' I re ' IV
durltiK I U .. ii' ..n if - .'i 1 "
ol .1 nare. si in' ' lie ; 1 ' i ' r 1
11 belter pi I ' " hilh . -. I '
of the pirn lei' i;-1
It f how - be i
coiimdi f.i h. I .. ii '
Mrctifcth .! i : r. !! 1
and representatives who wetit holm
f..r Ho. bolldavK are jirrl iiig In
Wii'tiluglnn today by almost every
trai'i
When the two houses r--is-em-
1. 1.. VI. .1 lav lllev will get down to
btisM esH Ininn-diiilely or in.in Im
portatit matters etc to he ii.ti ider
ed a.id ai teil upon by the la w link
-is in the colnparat ivelv brief pe
nod remaining ln'toi c i onsi it uilnii
s ltmlt.itl.il brings the congression-
al ses-loii to an Hid.
Iblee llllM.rllllil llenio.
Three Importiint items ot unfin-
ished buslines weri hit on the
House lal-'iidar when that bod. ad
(mimed lor U"- Chri-tmas liolulav-
They are llie Maska i.iilra. bill
a joint resolution providing for the
ppolnliii"i:l ol a commitier to in
vestigate and report a plan for na-
tional aid to vocational duration
ntid tin- Hlst'l't of Coluiiil.i.i appro-
priation hili.
Oil the Seij.ile lab-ndar the point
resolution it('xj'o-ltig an ameinlincnt
lo th
rlk.h.1
near the top lollowing clo-cM t.v
llio Owen hill for I be f-l.iblisl lit
of U legislative r (erence bureau of
the Library of ( otigress whnh I
lulendeil lo give Criigress al llrt
baud exuert aiiVHe oil It-ilhUtne
matters particularly In the draft
Inr of legislation. Stituld this mess
..re . t It would n .tvhle f'incress
villi a nnraii K.ni.lu. . . . .
fill hureaii which lit" assists the
legislature of Wisconsin In it leg
l-ii'ilve work
Public Health s.n i-c.
I HI the House ( ale. a'.ar lo le
ilfe"f by le I''iliiU'o o'
w hide House otl t II. Slat. . '
!'i. In led iimong tlie.u tin
a' a -..II hill to eri'.il. a p il l ' I
en b e w it h broad r pow ' -
'lv IlihiiIkI l'n"
Gl LKItiltT. Miss.. Jan.
dent Wilson today expressed bU fft-
If M ai Ion that huslnesa IntereaU ot
the country are adjusting tbemaeWe"
to the changes brought about by r
cent Ic.-Klnt'on and to tho "Plrlt of
the times generally.
Iii an Informal spwh to a com-
mitue ft otn the Misalnslppl lcf?lal-
tute. ti e president said thla phase or
public atfalra wai uppermost In bl
mind II- advert-d to the tariff nd
cnrreii. v reforms as having been
n.i.impli-lied hy conf?res aimpiy
sawing wood." and Itolnx ahaed
with the outlined program.
T h. thin thi t pleaded him most.
In wei.t he said wus the way busl-
IHSS interests O! IUO RIIII'U
to he aitlllg
The president Mid he Intended to
read hi- aiitl-truit message aoon a
mble niter his return to Waahlng-
and planned o confer with dem-
erratic leaders ai soon ai he arrived
it the it J.it a I .
i im w .ii - ... .. .i'i i "
lit ion iiti'ij'o-ltig an amendment
he Const ii i' ion extending Ho-
of suffrl;:-' to women stands
. . .. .. x ...it... i i...a . i..
ui i rs-
- I I.I
l.e
hav -
p.i-.ll Ion
the ea-luri'i-s
it ai-ch' -
;nv he Will
I. in ot tin
1'iierta. In-
a Since 'l'la is
man to let loalty
r re t ' ' i h is a lulu
it is ( on id' r.-d b
i it h Mi mi an i on-
n I (ai ra ti 1. 1 and es-
pow.r.
i .a i kable -.
! th" in im'
rival Carra!
..i. lit I t loll
1 1 it ' il
i' v . a- h
. He
P-.-ide.l
. t .'
I "Il
11.
those IIOW elljoveil
v i. i ; t hi Clapp bill.
1 si riling of i amp ii.-
I f rum one Stale lo iu
liott hill to regul.r.
I ' Ion t nl'i'tis i nl i i i.
I ail th.. lloohcr hi'' i
si ale com iiici'ei- i 'i
itoods
In addltictt to ' ;
pli-ep-i of h'glslll' l"'
' i .' re ( "ontres '
vet reai heal I i ....
hmlse ( Ine ui th-.
t 1
not
1 1 1
BANKERS C SGUSS
"I
Ml COLLEGES
Ulllllll Prize fill' I acinel's .
M A MIS' IN. W is . Ian. ! - An of
!. r of m'ire II da llimu in cash and
-pedal pri. - Im.- r.-sulted In a pn -
ord l.n 4k iti;- display ot grain and j
lor.ige plants at th" Iwtinti annual
n. ('Cling and exhibition of the Wis-
er sin A rleiiltural Fx perl meiit As-
socmii'.n which openi'il here today.
will cot t iu over to-
nrpinm dai
Lu U! IL Ult
rc
HE BACHELORS
d
;th
than
l ah I'
lv th"
1' a 'II-
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" ii ra--ta1--
t. 1
1 V
urn
I epl-latiofl Ovtlinetl
WASHINGTON. D. ('.. Jan. 9.
V general outline of the tentative
drati of anti-trust legislation prppar-
ed hv miilorlty tnemben of the house
committee on Judiciary became
i: now 11 tonight. M will be presented
for action by the full committee and
-mbicd to a conference) with Presi-
dent Wilson.
The proposed hills ao far have Bot
the administration stamp Of approv-
and Oiey HI he discuaaed r-
-i d the committee on the pieaiaa
return.
Tin IdlN were drnfted a a result
of a conference between Chslrman
'avion ntid Itepresentatlvea Carlln
:..v. ami McCov and other to cot.
11 m-.ln mi'ntt: Interlocking
ir. . t..t .-.' tr-i.lo rtltteTi end
-i.is in Mi-'ction rrnrpedln and
i .tnave -aim hv Individuals.
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mti si:
inoiKNF. IN DALIES
I a I
d th
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n 01
The ( it In-rt
Inorrow .
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I:u k -i.:-v lie to' i' 1
r.tPL'i t'lell! . for I!."'
of I i.e iii.ne.i I I'ir.i c
ier til X' W ' K I" 'he
kui o! Coti.'.i! --mil M
of Hi" league. Inai.v
(on. par led l.v
here 'torn N
1 Jan '.(.
.mpi.i". i.r
.!..' I II. Ii: I I
.11 to he held
N il local I.i a
11 Vctiihir
of thc'.l lie
1 1 1 r tan. 1 ! i-". will '
. Vork Philadelphia.
II liliU s Wl UHI I! ll
W F-l I UN I NION 11.1.
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Itosin'i. p.u'falo. II
( jnetiw.att. Kan 1
lean ;ii 1 i.ia.'.y 1
li! itl.olf Chi-
H ClU. New
h r I tt-s.
ago.
(n-
Milwauktf Aul- Show.
MM. W AI KKK. W 1- Jan
Kespedanl III Jip'iM-c !. . o-at ion -and
filied wi'ti a wonder'.: a-ort
titet.t of m.'or 'ii.s. im 'or hlti.'s.
mot on ( le and ' e-s-orns. the Au-
ditorium await- II" npii.iiig tomor-
row of the sixth annual "how of "he
Milwa'il.ei tit'imi.ltit liecbrs' .
WMlH'ion The exhibition will la-t
Ihiougii next week.
I 11 red of I a liter by ll.i.biiin
M AI.KSTFU. ok la . Ian " T h'"
I :--i:til'.-old t bi'd of U P l'r' er
ah.er of I h" F.rt Na'ioti.t! Hank of
this ! has been brought home
fto- 1 .1' l.i.s Hopkins llo-p ul In I i -li'.uor".
lo re dur'tig the lat llioi.th
It i;' d r tit two operations for (an-
reroi" t iriior on Pi fare radium be.
I'lC l.e.l TI.e .hv -li lac. iroio ll
J I"
1 ' 11 r tciiip.rai 1: re
': ir and (. ieasa.it .
1 b ar tempt rat nr.
de'ir t' nipcratiif
1 ar .'nd plea-anl .
! peH.itit ; Tj it r
1. 1 .iackionx llle
iX Naco.'doches.
Ple .-i i. 1 ar
S11I
Ath
1 bur
1 l.-ar
l"nr
tt 11
Hon"!' ti. le.tr tempera- if. o' t'
Angelo. b ar ai d d'-irli t
in
Usui. 1
111 lie I
SpriM-
Mt P'i a -ant
l.oiigvi. w 1
"I -. ileal H 1
It'll perat ur
t' thpera! ure
and pie.' in1
p. rat nr. 1 1
lure 7'.: S
.arm i;r. noo I. 1 Vnr temp) ra-
turc 1'.'.. Aa-i'in. d".ir ietnp)-rt nr--tin
Wiii 11 clear ti -t..t rature "s.
Iieli'iri.e. 1 lea r teti.perat urt .
1 i. (b ar t 11 pi rat 11 r.. Fort
Wort!: char teinpt-ral Aht-
let..'. i '. ar mid pb-.i ant ICotu.i
dear and pleasant: l.ul.i.ot'. clear
and warm. Hereford dear tempera-
ture (juinah clear and iileaa-
aM Wbhlta Fall-. tlear ttinpira-tt-re
Gaini sv lile dear and pl"a-snt
a I'
g.iMa! 1
I I' lei
HalM.Ti
The .
V l ness.
il HV M n 'i i
km: m w
llk.
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III II
Kill
v lit V
V I'll
1 1
lin-sli l. W KICKs
Cl-ol I s I I ss
ii t 1 : i 1 ion.
letlt- seami
felldv li.'IS'.e
w hh h to .11 Hi'."--!!
Id bv 1 in m
fl-i!i"rie con;..
A. .other I. tl.
lilt t-lll.ll I p. I
ne ( ' 1 1 1 i ' : 1 :
the s'l-t.- nsi.
prov 1 inii ii :
w iii. 1 r i .
V 1 -o v . -eh I
III l-l I tl-l
Mo- t in ;. : ' .1
is 1 propo ' 1
li tr .1 I
pi.iii- .11.
will v a -1 1 1 :
r a 11. h '
I. 'il
. Tex'is. Jan. 9. In ac-
wi'h Its t o'lcv for aevertl
Inl'iis V. M. C. A. will be-
iinimi ex hvglenp campaign
v under the direction ot Dr.
I TerrlH now pathologist Ot
mp'e Sanitarium and formerly
.. nied 11' f ir 'ty of the I'nlver-
of Texas.
Tcrriil win arrive in Dallas'
. lav tiiorniti? and will apeak to
.-. r hois at tne 1 . jj. f. a. at II
k At "! o.iock Saturday aft-
it he will speak to the mothers
I'.is at the r. M. c. A. on the
.t iiow to Instruct In Sex
A 1 4 o'clock Sunday aft-
he will address the regular
atier'ioon men's masa meet-
. Y M c. A. gymnasium on
'I. The Neeossilty of 8eX
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p..nv frntii nearly every county
"ci a.--f ml.!i 1 In thla city to-
1 nfer on the party's plana
: . tuture. with particularly ref-
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raiiveiy stated here that the
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President W'li-
ttust P j: 1-l.1i ii 01
I hat t he s-n t "s
Mti -tru-l vial.
ducted under I h- S1 r
President W ll-o i w.'
I'HS h't'tl hi murke.l ' ' '
bt rs of t '.iiicti''. h - ' I
I'e I t. have b-t ti
Ihe 0 pit Ion I'i. it the
U'f In lis prt-st lit ti.rtn
I'Otltprellt-llslXf enoi g
put everv t It-al 1 11:1 ui'.. 1:1 'he
count f out ol liu-ii.-ii'"! 'hat
then I-. t!irforr no r. al i.-.t - tv
'.. imtnd the law lost frieioi- of
th l-rc nidetil however are (i.r.v :''-
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to el'
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X1HX. Tex.. Jan. ar. J.
i.. w tel.-phono system U now
. ..mt toinpieted and we have onti
i t in. finest systems la Texas. ro
:."it months the Southwestern TsU
.1 Mil. and Telephone Co. has
. lark- force of men here InsUl".
He i.-w plant. All the ovB
wire have hen taken down f i
...at cables and polls add muca ii
t! ... appearance ot tho city. g
o"i..a of the company hava
1. mt-1 to the Tubb bullti'-J .l
Main street. "sj f3
Messrs. J. r. Henderson r
Mmiger for North Texr
1 li-- ker. District Commerc' i
a.-rr. of Amaiillo v. "T4 '
(Cfutlui'-d ou I'asc lot.
- I passin on tbo work thai 1-..
ontalb'1. " K-3

Greer, Hilton R. Amarillo Daily News (Amarillo, Tex.), Vol. 4, No. 59, Ed. 1 Saturday, January 10, 1914. Amarillo, Texas. The Portal to Texas History. http://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth298119/. Accessed September 21, 2014.