Amarillo Daily News (Amarillo, Tex.), Vol. 2, No. 305, Ed. 1 Wednesday, October 25, 1911 Page: 1 of 8
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AMARILLO DAILY HEWS
vol ii no. ;to.v
AMAUIl.LO. TKXAS WFONFSl'AV HT. 23. I8.
WICK FIVE CKVT8.
At Del Rio Next
Million Mark in
Votes for State County
Congressional and Sen-
BALLOTING WAS SLOW
nwiMJ to wiiii. K.xrwsr co.
FKF.O KF.Sli.TS MAY NOT
III: KNOWN I XTII.
Phoenix. Arlt. Oct. CI MtTTuho
have lived from vcuth to old iige In
rhona. some of thorn hnvlntt resid-
ed r the Territory for nearly half it
century went to the polls today and
for the first time In their lives ex-
pressed by ballot their choice for
governor and other executive. Judi-
cial and leclslatlve offMals. The
occasion wan the general primaries
for the nomination of candidates to
lie voted for nt the first State election
In Arizona which la to he held in
December. New Mexico which was
admitted to Statehood at the name
time a ArWona held to the conven-
tion plan or nnmiratlons. hut rlo-
nn adopted the direct prlmnry sys-
tern aid put It Into operation for tne
first time today. Owine to tin- laran
oxpant-e of territory covered by the
new State nnd the remote locations
if marv of ttie rum in unit lea the re-
sults nt the primary ele lions may
not he definite) known until tomor-
A heavv vote reported In Phoenix
and In other of the chief cities give
evidence of the Keen Interest the peo-
ple of the new State are taking In
inCr first effort at self-government
The ilticna of Arliona have ilwaya
ejected their own country officers
ard their legislators but the Pres'-
dent has named the governor and tha
other executive offlclali Including
the Judiciary and Con ere ha al-
wara had veto power over tho terri-
torial I 'slntlve enactments
...r the first ime ther are
a exercise the power of all other
severelen States and on Decemher
15 next will choose nil their own of-
ficial from governor to constable
and Including representatives In Con-
gress and n lotrishtere tha will
choose two I'nitcd Stales senators.
Heretofore Arlxona hns been allowed
one .'dolccntc" In the ho"sc of rep-
resentatives bet Ibis dclerati has
no vote lie occupied n sett ard wan
permitted to make speeches aid servo
on ronntlttot s bet had no voice In
legislative matters so far n voting
was concerned. So the new State Is
to send i fell fled'.'cd leentN r of
the house and two members to the
In todav's primaries nomination
were made fur coventor secretary
of slate auditor treasurer rtferncy-
general. Hcporirtondont of pelille in-
struction corporation commissioner.
I'iMed Stati a senator and represen-
tative and three tudees of the Stat
.iiprnn court. The ballots rtmtaln-
ei! recplete tbkcts ro rosentlre the
Iteivhl'onn. Democratic nnd Socialise
The llepublii an candidates to th
nomination fi r coventor were K. XV
XVls of I'ri'Si-ott and Oeorrc V.
Voi'iis of Phoenix. Three IVntocrntfl
nsplrc to the covornonhlp Thev
were pr II A Heche of Phoenix.
Oeorro V I H int of Globe ami T. P
V.'eedPi of Florence. P W. Oalou-
tine of (ilobe had been nnanlroouslv
Indorsed ny the Soiallt party for
Ft ill FAKMINl! AT Ml PCFPKS.
Mercedes Tex. Oct. II. bout
1st x thousand acres of land so tth of
here will lie open for cnltiv ition
sliortlv ni'r.i.'dine to sl.itemcMls of
Mg landowners of this S' t'on Pre-'
lnratlons are belnt; mad' to open
roads and h. lld brldg'M wherever
nteesstry Threi' h.nd res have been
eonstriicted In lh last few vi-eks.
The land that i.t t b onoue.l for
development Is CS feVlle IIS any in
tills set (ton and is adapted lo Ihe
oitlvation of .ill cri't.i I'lwing in
this it.iilttv. I
Plans will he c int .n!ev I by the
("ii.imber of Com for tic loiis-j
lion of a cm.T'i li -it' . de'tioio Ira-
tlti farm In tlf area that v ill be
Oitecii of Spain Is 'J I.
Madrid Oil. ?l. Ml Snnt.i Kept
a hnMdny todav In celebration of th
birthdy nnnhersarv of (luceti vr-
torla Kucenle. Per Povnl llicbness
was Imrn O'T J I. WT. the only
dauchter of Princess llenry of Hat-
lenherg and rranddnerhter ol the
late Q' eeji Victoria of Kngland.
Sper'll to Pl'l Nr
San Antonio. Tex.. Oct. 2.--After
a two days' stop here C. P. Rodger
the roast-to-coast aviator has res
aumed Ms flight at Harlnndale a re-
sort several miles south of the city.
The flight westward I being made
over the Southern Pacific tracks an I
the special train bearing the aviator's
wife was standlnc at the Southern
Paflfir tiding nearby r.nd rtnrted
with the biplane.
Itodont experts to make h) Klo
his next stop. He landed fifteen
miles from tero havlne been force!
to stop to fix his encine but later
ascended and continued the Journey.
Supreme Court Hep ins Con-
sideration of Munday-
Washington. H. ('.. Oct. ;t. The
Federal supreme court today began
Ihe consideration of the famous
Abakan coal land ase In which
Charles F. Mendav and Archie V.
Shields wen Indicted upon a charge
of conspiring to defraud the gov-
ernment out of tho Alaska coal lands
worth according to the estimate ten
millions of dollars.
The point to be decided In wheth-
er the I'rtied State circuit court of
Western Washington was correct In
dismissing the Indictments against
Munday and Shields.
SPI't m. KXI'FKT Will.
STl'KY PKl'AN INhl KTUV
fnero. Tex. Oct. 51. The recnt
visit or M. M. High of the l'nttvj
Statog driirtment of agriculture to
this city das resulted In the reiont-
nirnded appolntnent of a special
man for stnc'v of the pecan Industry
In this vlelnlt). Mr. Hith waa here
last week inxestkatiliit the p'an
i rop. This was his set end ihtt for
that purpose his first being last sum-
mer when he was In the Htv a hort
lime tn behalf of the agricultural de-
A resume of ti e work done by It
Investigators will he shown In a spec-
i;i bulletin that Is to be Issued In a
few months hv the national govern-
ment. leVltt (ountv is especially
adaMeit to the culihati(n of the pe
tan nnd tl detiarimental work will
he of nituh benefit to grower
Wife f Paralytic Screams
for Joy After Land
P .KHtr l I
i!rei:ry S Oct. IM woman
landed first prie In todav'n drawing
fi.r lloeebud and PiiteriiUe laud. Mrs.
Mary .1. Kendall of Rapid City. S. IV
being the lucky one. Her husband
Is a paralytic and for six years site
suported herself and family at day
labor weaving tarpets.
The news reached her nt Rapid
City. With a telegram In her hand
she rushed to her husband. f"ll on
her knres beside the husband s In-
valid chair and screamed for Joy.
"There Mary I told you Cod
wool. J remember us some time anil
In has" said the Invalid husband
stroking his wlfe'p head while tears
rolled down his cheeks.
Prank H Hovles of Oretorj drew
number two. Pmhs Is a son of the
re.nn who had a rood number nt the
drawing at Oregon- five yearn '"
nnd filed In the adiclnliu- town of
(irecorv. Number three ws I'.rawn
hv William Rothineler ol Mt'i.i.
TWO Moltr TOWNS Tkr
HY CHINFvl III HI I.H
. r I ....
Itkltitt tilt 21. Two more 1m-
t'orl -nt towns hate fail ti into t .
httn's rf Ihe reMi"ttotists Km
Kl t"tr and S'an the iunt"l of Shens
provlucn thereby materially extend-
ing Ihe area of the uprising and slv-
Ini! confidence to re-.ol 'ttlonary lead-
ers '.-!;.-.- nr desert in Chinese
gunboat am) Joining the rebels.
B. W. Clark Dismissed After
Challenge by McNama-
mOTOJMES MAN ANSWER SflRgUMENTS
I'FUNITII VSTUrOTPXTmiiM1'" I-IKFS llTI; .WS AKK
T F.F.N Mi:.N Wll.l. IIF
( IIOSKN TO SFKU:
is JI KOKS.
Pv vx-itnl t'rrs
l.os Angeles. Tal.. (Vt. 21.- n. V.
rinik. a venireman In the XlcNamara
case was dismissed this afternoon
from further participation in te
trial after heln;: challenged by tne
defense at Judo Ititniw ell's ai gg'-e-tlon.
Itecauxi he tnlkc I rn tre slioct
about the rase with Harry Chundltr
the latter lwlng president and pnn
rnl manager of the Times-Mirror
companv and son-in-law of fleneral
Otis the publisher of the Time.
Clark was severely eensared hy the
According to the statements of
Clark. Chandler had stated that he
honed the former would qualify as
j'irrr. Chandler Is held as In bo
wise rcsnopaihle for the corversi-
tion. which was stated by Clark. .
In Ms cross examination Clufk
j-'ave a new clew leadinr to a nwr
witness his son. nnd the defence
states thnt the hoy will h sul
poenpeil. ClarH M that hi son
had told him that the explosion was
unquestionably one of cas lit cause
Hat when on the nlcht of the ex.
plosion he rame home he him el led
cas. This strengthened Talestaan
Clark's opinion that the explosion
was caesed by Ras.
It was definitely stated today that
fourteen men will hear the case as
Jurors which Is possible under t
California law provldlnr two mor
tx a resular Juror In the case of sick-
ness of one of the orbinal twrv-.
None of the fovrteen seep'ed to he
In sir! t tonlvht. The six Jurors tern-
pcrarilv accepted by the defendant
an.l the rt:tn r"ivaln In the l ox. hut
n'! are likely to he peremptorily
i ha llepcd.
All: riM.KIM I o n;
ai:kii:s at trcc
'1 V. P.p.t
Men a. Cal . Or! 21 - Aviator
!ttlcrt C. Fowler landed here at
noon tedav. f!vnn slxtv-otte miles nf
his ir"it. ontinental trio eastward In
s'.xt v-oiL'ht mlntttts when a defe(.
the engine forced a landlnc After
repairs. Powler will start in the
iitornltii; for Yuma. Arizona a dl-
tame of one hundred miles
IV V It. of Mi-snori.
St Koels Mo.. Oct. 21 .- The an-
nual tonfcrcti'e of the Missouri dl-
t I.jIoi of the Ham I ters of the Aniert
can Pevolntlon met in St. I.ouU 10-
dav as the ceest cf the rive heal
chapters ef the orc.iiil?atlor. The
conference will last three davs
Huck Yarbrouirh Takes Cir
cus Money Amid Loud
Storm of Cheers
At the afternoon performance of
Mo "liil Ranch." not a little inter
est rtterhed to the unsmreful at
teru'it of p"i K Yarbrotu-h to ride i
h' ffalo The rl.b'r was thrown f
w is rl'iimed hv his friends on ac
count of not getting fullv seated In
the saddle. Announcement w re-
made hv the nianneement that a
nretrl'im of f would be river. Yar-
hroif.h if he ro-le the bffno nt Ihe
nl-ht perfnrmnnce. Yathroucl was
Cltnie. nd he ) tnr
the offer nrd staled that h" would
eifke the ntctvt He xxnt f5to
nr.-nr. a-altt bt nlcht snereedml in
rl.tin'r I-p h'iffalo and re eived tlv
When the Atvnriltn bov w;m sect
lo I . "iTvfii n mltrhtv shout weir
' ti and he received nil almost err
t ot alien rrrm thn n-n.l... ..t
t" -how nil of then reallrltif the1
difficulty of tho fent performed lv
the daring rider.
additional Jvrors may be ntmllfled In . . . .. . 1 " " ' ! srapli Tel. phono company through
cases In which the trial Is likelv 18 'rV""t- K- h- &
U- of great VhU an.' Iniwrt. nc" 7f " Tk I ! i.oa.s' S'Moi. Tn.V rjenr -irtnc
The extra . w ill he kept w ith 0 T' ' 7 7 " "'"u . trustee '
other twelve n.d hear evidence and!" dnopT8 1 on 1 V' tn I -
ore of then will he drawn to serve 1 lnV .n'' 'j'" " monh ! wnA n FK IVsPFCTolt.
fill 0 MAN
R DES BUFFALO
Pays Her Rpectsand Urn-1
o it r . A .
o r . .
s ouuraIMB lOaianQ l
I N il ST TO WOMIA AMI
ONU l ltWt lllsi: Wll.l.
t HWt.F TIIFM.
Louisville K Oct. 24. -Man
rd his political wavs were weighej
ard found wantire thla afternoon by
JJrs. T. I. O'Connor wife of the
lriuh leader who ?d1ressed the Na-
tional Wrman Suffrace Convention
en the text "Let Our Watrhvord be
I'ttl'y." Mrs O'Connor replied to
what she termed the "oi l threadbare
arguments" atralnst woman auffrare. I
i " s . M tiivit v i-i call 1
urcil her sIsterH to "stand shoulder
to uliottlder and march forward to-
tMber." "If the majority of men could be
omlnced that It would be to their
peronal advantage and to the advan-
tage of the Str.te to at cede the vote .
to women our fk'rt wo.tld he at an
f rid." she tlebred "When you usk '
tem whv we don't vote they ad-
vtace old tlireadhare argumetM.s tho
flrt being thnt all women would
ntt nreordliii: to the politics of their
husbands If this he true wh-i
VI'O' Idn't a man want two votes In-'
sfad of one Another itrKuue'itt Is
O'nt If women had vote men would
no loner pick up their har.dkei-1
chit-fa. I have lived In England :
twenty-six years vtrd during that!
time I have always picked up my
own handkerchief and not had the
.-tUantace of a vote either.
"A man left alone In Baltimore
Look a here.' ret irtet' Maria 'don't
von t ilk that wax to rie. yoit Just
'mepiber who 1 Is: I den t It V your
tone of voice .and I uln't ro trash
for t to holler at von mustn't
lake tee for vo' wife '
" V "ii finnllv the rival and over-
whelming argument Is tint to utve
women votes would destroy Man's
home It doesn't matter about wom-
en's Man's hone Is the thing to he
cpnsl.h red. Thn there l the lat
weak-kneed nrciunent the r fuve o'
ihe pessimist tha' alrindv tl-- .i'ii-
i hlse is too larce and i n n'
'Inilli litis fir a t te the nv.U le-iie-dv
Is to ttk it aw-t frov .i crt.iili
ll'Mnl'ei of leen wlio have not tniu-
throm-h a ( olleiate . o irse and . at-
not nam! well in a -.pc'lm:- cmpeti
VI . .... . I. p vie.! 't
'till'Miied power Hi I the cp fm il-
lation ot the rel.it urns of nice a'el
women are whtllv wton.: Th" (I eorv
is tl at liu'i toward wo-.tett at .. .-''.
noble L-eneroiis i Mva'rivis and jn-t.
that we tan tnut them to f :iK law
t I'otit inucd on I'a-e I i
1 Destroyers of Milpa Alto
Meet Crushing Defeat
by Federals Later
Kr v.i.. .tr ' t'.
Mexico Cltv Mcx . Oct : " ' 'h.
lown of Milpa Alto three aiiles (Mn
the rapltal. was destrcv.-i l.is1 ni"' '
hv fire ami dvna"tlte of the
tlsln. Who Were d- fe.iled 'c l.. h.
th. fei'eral troops In a h-it'l. lis:
Ing nearly five hours at t'c oet-
skirts of the ruined town
I ncal I'ori'c.tst.
Pair and cooler . .Ine-..' m
'csterd iv's Ti'tiipcraivre
it i n in . : At ; p i.
X! ixl'nii'M 7 M!nliu''ni
IMft Max . . . ; i;t0 Min
tl ..I i........ i- .
Vab!von. It c. (tt i
West Tex ts -Onernlly fair Weln.s.
dav ami Thursday.
"JMI'I'I 1 III lull urn IU rt ll:l. .
si';i to rvw V'i
'"" T . t. u.-v
:on -otton receipts since Septe
i"n lotion receipts since reptemDer
have passed the million bale mark
lodar. with the arrival of 39.9TS
bales. This makes a graad ttii.al nt i
this point during the season of 1.-
I 3 1 0 lairs It wns rn th date
one )enr aco thai the million mark
was reached the showing at thar
time belnq I.03S.14.") hales.
The fact thnt lust year's icceipt
at this time were In exrera of the
present year is explained through
the fact that prbes have been tin-
satisfattory ard the staple is not
being moved at audi an active rate.
PUCE n TIEI
Sweeps Through State in
Strenuous Day of
Pv Vr.(Matrl Pre
Minneapolis Minn. Oct
ter vlsitltic moM of the wtstcra
states dassed as "Insurccnt" Pres
blent Taft today gwetd through Min-
nesota making fifteen speeches
;;xnkliip last In the auditorium here
t I'tlrht Tomorrow he will he the
nest of St. Paul cltliens.
On Thursday the president enters
Wikcopain the hctne of Senator I
Follette who Is ret ounb.ed as his
o ponent for the Uepubllcan noml-
iiallon next year.
Mil I lo IHII.I.AK MOItTti (.K
Is IIVKtiTKh AT WACO
S'-r .it ti I S
Waco 'Ax Oct. 24-Mortuace
for H.oiunio Mas executed
nmrnlng by the Prasos Vallry Tele
CKI'sllFI) TO HI ATM
pf y iv I'; v-
Port Worth. Tex Oct IM I.. P
I ii'es uged f if t v vear nnd c.ir In-'
si cor for the Pert Worth A- lienvo.-j
Citv U.dlwiv coivpativ wna crushed)
In death beneath a box
morning at ! :i uo'cluck.
III M SOTA
fort' ti.ite n .:n was leaking an alrjone error
coupling between two rnrs In the lo-1 All ncht and dav work was ron-
c.tl a.ds hen It s hellevi d t hat ) "nued till the hour of plr.y to Ket
v i ntiie I ack-'d a 'trlim of ira ihe gr-Mind In condition and e ver
Ii I'll hencith the wheels
was lintrildv mangled
New Associate Justice for
Amarillo Court Naned
. i . N ...
I. Te . 1 1 t '.'I The jlld:eH
i calls of civil appeals have
it 'i. d their dlsoiiiillt . atlon to ;liei Serrml Inning: w ork -ller-'f".r
to sit in Kit.iin i ases and ?m lifted a f'v to Oldrlng. Fletcher
i new spet lal courts have U'cnlhtt oxer Parrv hU first hit of tho
iced j series. Mer. rK' hlah flv dropped
Tne j'nUc of the new Seventh safeW between Paker Herder and
. n at Vtur.rlllo use dl!ualiflod In ! Thouia. but Fletcher was thrown
ic I'mhani'le Telephone tonimnv ' in t nt second. Thoman to Collins.
- t iiv of A'u:rill anil the follow- it how-son o -. on rn easy rrtunder
i l- w.to seierieii a i. iianiii.
her if nt v chief Justi. c It
I' iK. r. Wheeler tonnty and K
Sow der. It'lhotk routitv s'-ci i.il
IS I lM I I.
i;lM( I II I IIiiM IHMI.
M -s . Oi t -.' I K. 'u.iM.I
f-- her crave In llviitiins
the bod of Miss Atis I. in-
11 '.r whose ib'iith b poHonin
i K: he-.. b.-inr m Id.
- .--t cnk t- Pos'or t i'il.bt
r of t' e c!--trlet a'tori'-v.
i'..tion of the hod will be
F ! i'. moii of the hodv will be
! i trlv to'i'orrew n'ort't'ii- I y i
I r 1 no tod i wrote hi- CUT'-
i' '.'ii" .- -V ti j that l hev i'e' y :t' -i
i r'.i a'ter hi-- trel!uinnr hcar-
1 1 ti le "i U In I tien Punk.
- I tl Ot I Post in.tst'T
ntil I'r 'i'k II Mi'' bco. k. w ho 1
I' ot this town Is expected
.. t rrow to jis.'-.t ;it the open-
ot i jostal savings bank. Tho
hack will be the firt to b- est il
Ilshrd In a third-class poatoffice.
Packmen Take Victory from
Muggey's Dunch by
Score 4 to 2
THERE IT III TIMES
CMil'TFKS MM ON TF.HKIIILK
MATTY'S FI.I SM FS AT W1M.
WilFN HITS WKItK
BENDER BATTED HARD
merlrans Xeel lo Win Only Oi
fiame to Cinch Series
IMIII.AIiFl.rillA. . .4 If 1
NFW YOJ5K 2 7 S
nntterles Philadelphia Ken.
der and Tl omas; New Yo.k
Mathewson anil M'ryem.
t Assnriktnt PtfM
Philadelphia Pa.. O.L 24. In th
ftiurth game of the world's series
whlih had been postponed five tlmee
the Athb ths this afternoon defeated
the New York Giants In a score of
4 to 2.
Philadelphia needs to win but on
more game to rapture the world'
championship while New York to
win the championship must win all
three or the remaining games.
The Americana today outplayed
their opponents st all stage of the
rame. and hit Mathewton leisurely
wlicn to make hlu meant runt. New
l.lk .Jk-oid "two U'e .?!r-t.. tttiK. :
t: t Philadelphia started scorlnj with
three doubles In the fourth Inning
wltli all hatters goring.
"Hone Hun" Pakcr got two of tb
Pender was hard hit at the open-
ing of the fame while Mathewson
struct oet three at the start.
New York secured seven hits with
Philadelphia made eleven hits with
i"ti thousand saw the Fame.
The initio by Inttliiv's.
First Inning! New York Hevore
retch d first on an Infield rlngle
'lender tlivertlrg the rourse of the
ball Just enough to make it t'o late
for llarry to handle. Ooe drovv
th. f'vst bull pitched to right
c. m. r for a t'iple. noting Ot vore.
Sec'cMss filed out to Lord but
i. le ored M' rr out. Pavlg un-P--vi
-ted Three p;ti hed balls dls'iosed
of Veikl.'. Two rrr.i two h'.a no
I'hil idclphla I ord f.-nned on
three pitihed ball- Of.rlng Mmtk
..it Mathewson threw Jnst seven
at'. in tl'vnesing of thee twt. CoN
li" sincled to center Puker fan-
o r' tis one hit no errors.
i r.etnter to i':iis. o runs. 018 hit
Philadelphia Mnrphv doubled In
to the tempnrarv bleachern In right
f'.e' I It was his first safe hit of the
series I'e went to third when Math-
ewson tn frvini to catch him off se
ord threw wild. Ptvis went out bv
;lhe Malhewson-Merkh' route. Mttr-
t hy a'tempted to teal homo on tha
I it-nm! run pl.tv with Itarrv at bnt.
b' t the latter misled a pitched t.n'l
nnd Clever touched Ihe rentier out.
H was timsh l't k for Philadelphia.
::s ti'otuent later Parry tapped m
vw one along the foul line. Math-
ew son walte I for it to roll ot'tsldo
"e diamond hi t It utaved Inside anil
' irrv wa. safe at first Thomas
ro"led O' t to 'eor.s No runs ti)
i' . one error.
l btitl Inning: Now YotU Devore
' v I e l to Oldrl-ig. Ooyle filed to
Pakcr Snodu-riss otit P.arry to Da-
I Philadelphia - Peni'er o"t Fle'eV
er to Merklc Lord slnclej to right.
1 Me was forced out. Fletcher to Doyle
en Oldrlng's grounder. Mathewson
( Continued on Tag t.)
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