Amarillo Daily News (Amarillo, Tex.), Vol. 2, No. 306, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 26, 1911 Page: 1 of 8
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LO JDAILY NEWS
VOL. IU XO. .10.
PP.ICE FtVF CFTS
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Last of Hundred and Twenty-five
UUST SUMMON MORE
CIIIFK CAVSK OF KXCVMNxi VKX-
lit KM FN IS OIUF.ITION TO
XVICT OS C1IMTMSTAV
n AxiiMt rrr
Lot Angele Cal.. Oct. S.V The
last of the one hundred and twenty-
five talesmen summoned In the case
ot the State of California versus
.lamog . McNamara. in which the
defendant ttanda charged by Indict-
ment with murder Inconnectlon with
the winking of the Ios Angeles
Times building. October 1. 1910 wan
...j.r examination today when the
iourned. and the next I in
mediate step will Ik? the summoning
ot more veniremen.
While the defense declined to atate
li. nosttlon. It I declared that ot
wtmn may be made to taking ven
irnifn from other branches of the
...n..rt..r rourt. The allfniatlve
oeniR to be the summoning of a new
hiih will probably take
The chief cause of excusing ven
Iremcn so far tg the objection upon
the nart of the talesmen to convict
on circumstantial evidence. The rec
ord of today la a follow:
P J. Mullen real estate dealer.
excused because the court doubted 1 1
ability to Rive an Impartial trial.
A. C. Winter contractor. dialling
ed because he stated that he had a
fixed opinion aa to the sullt or 'n
noceuce of the accuaed.
A. H. Dunlap. funner. wa excused
when he stated that h believed Ilia
cleft miuiu I ;ullt.T
F. J. Foley retired real estate
dealer waa excused by agreement
because of III health.
v Coward truckfarmcr waa
challenged by the 8tte ncn ne f'
clnred that he had a fixed opinion
that McNamara la not guilty.
John I. Caldwell a carshop fore
man. waa excused for non-belief In
the Imposition of the denth penalty
Wallace Orcgg real estate dealer
was challenged when he declared
that he believed McNamara guilty of
the murder of A. C. Harvey rider
managing editor of the Times who
was killed In the explosion and who
was a friend of Gregg's.
RKtrVT ItlTxi.TY HF.AI.S
AT HFIIKFOKH HFAVY
Hereford. Tex . O.I. 2 .V-Ileal es
tnto ti the value of IsU.OOO h tM
chanted bandu here In the past few
J. II. Mowers exchanged a fine
farm In llutler county. Mo .to (5. H
Hscke for sn Improved section U
rillea northwest of Hereford and s
neetlon of land nesr Stratford. Sher-
rtun county Texas.
Judue C. C. Wlthcrspoon exch.ntg-
ed Ms beautiful home here about
Stfl.pon bank tock In two banks In
Hereford and some land near here
to Thomas Cook for a four-story
brbk business blck In Knld. Oklu.
Oil OFFIUTOltS ARK
IU SY AT sMK(H K
Shamrock. Tex. (Hi. j;. The H-
torla Pr uritics Co. have Juti recelv.
cm! n car load of heavy timbers f'i.-
the oil wll and work Is being push-
r! with pM possible haste. The well
ls i-eporie.; down In the I00O f-ot
and now but no great amount ot
dI1 Is expected until the tsno foot
annd Is reached. Other companies
are nrrnslng to begin operations for
oil In this locality and business Is
retting active In the development
T KF. FAIR FIRST lRI.l
'(Hi. 2T. Floyd
emipfv's eueiatlons were realized
when the Flovdada IndiiKtrial letgue
ws infrm d that on apples alone
elcht ftft prlre were captured at
tt-e t)al'i State Fair out of the ex-
hibit sent by tbe Lcncue lnludln
the first prl'e for the le-:t Individ-
ual exhibit of any vnrletv and tbr'e
flt for best of stlni'bited varieties.
The apple exhibit mentioned also np-
t"P' l f'vir rond prl r. I.. II l.nw-
Is was the winner of the chief prlrc
ravins an extensive or hird of n'-
pies an average of which nine nr-
r.inced In a row and touching meis-
ere a yard
at Spofford By
tpi-rxl to Dailr N.
Spofford Tex. Oct. !5. The bi-
plane ot Aviator C. P. Rodger the
coast-te-coast flyer was wrecked
l near here at 6:35 o'clock thla morn
ing as the blrdman attempted to
take the air. It will require fully
three days to repair the break. For
over an hour this morning members
of the camp were encased In rutting
down brush and digging away obsta-
cles from the road beside the Sunset
tracks so thst th aviator could hive
a clear take-off. Rodgwra had him-
self carefully Inspected the ground.
and climbing Into hla seat B the
signal to let go. The biplane sped
over the ground at the rate of ten
mlle( per hour and Just as the camp
members expected to see the bird-
man lift the machine the right pro-
peller struck a mound of earth the
plane swerved and there was a cr ia
and both propeller were In splinters.
After the wrecking of hit machine
dodgers said: "I am going to the
const unle( lam disabled or worse
coast unlet. I am disabled or worae.
I waht to he In los Angeles In time
for the rendezvous of the Paiflc
fleet 1 hope to be In shape to re
sume my flight S.mday."
Machine Being Sacccssfu'Iy
Operated in Fields Near
Spf to THilf Mtw
I'ost CltT Tex.. Oct. SH. Keenest
jntri t flairet hi. nd 1$
surrounding localities In the opera-
tions of the "cotton picker' that is
being demonstrated on the 5.000 acre
farm of C. Tost ten miles weal of
thla point. Numbers of parties have
gone out to the farm and witnessed
the demonstration under the direc-
tion of Mr. Fairbanks.
It i rlsimed that the machine Is
demonstrating under the most murk-
ed difficulties but to good effect.
Thlt is true for the reason that ho
construction wa planned for cotton
that Is taller with fruitaite hlbor
from the ground. In this portion Of
the country the formation of boll I
near the ground so that little addi-
tional Improvised appliances had to
In Its present shape the nmihine
sill gather sll cotton except Hint
shtch has fallen freni the grou id.
covering alut elcbt a res per i.iy.
regardless of the amount of the yield.
acreage and not tonnage determining
the capnilty of the machine. C. W.
I'ost Is present on the ground watch-
ing and assisting with the experi-
ment In untlieiiiig the fleecy Bliiple.
The actual gathering of the staple Is laboring to beautify his home lie
accomplished bv attracting the a-1 was a progressive cltlen. a ginid lui.4-
Pie to rapl.llv "whirling spindle or "" '" '""'' ! I RroaMy
'needles ' n they are called. These . hiIsmso! here.
are n quarter of an Inch In diameter ;son"w Wis KATY
and. while having high velocity nj fo i:i:MoF. "I'MiFslltAltl.! s"
the avis they are pushed Into the m
imsh or stalk of cotton so easily Hint "iw.i m k u n
not even the tenderesl growth Is In-' It-nlson. Tex.. (Vt. 25 -At a niase
Jerd The motion forward of the '"ting In this rltv last night. reo-
ni. .r..t...He.l ma. hlnerv Is some- I"11"" ore adopted pledging protec
w hat slower than a horse w ould walk.
One row of cotton Is gathered at a
lime the contrivance 'straddling"
the stalks being gathered.
This maihlne many part of
wnlch are now made by hand Is con.
structcd at a total ot over all of
approximately $".000. K en the dem-
onstrator admits that there are a
number of minor changes that wllli
be nee?s:ry to make it readily adapt-
able lo the neodn of the varying
height of cotton but these difficul-
ties If Indeed they may be so called
it-llt I a nn.l ftiinmierpd bofnre the
coming of another wnson. It Is nlno
expected that In the meantime the(
parts now made by hand will he
made miichinerx. thus cutting
down the cost uf ti e pb ker. and
placing It mure nearly within the
reach of the maotit of f;irmr.
If Is contemplated that with llis'nf tt-e deal between l ulled m res
machine Ihc crops of the medlu.n-j s-nrtor lrlmer and Illinois d nio-
sled farm may be g.ithcred much m rats whereby l.ninicr n.-ppei ie.
after h fashion of the reaping i Adlal Stevenson for governor ngs list
ind binding of the ptvi."nt day. oi.e ; ChirlcH S. Ivneen. In I !"'. w.n a
'can own! it: r iicM-u ry with which j feature of the Uirlmer Inxcstl !'n ion
he may gather the crop of his neigh -
hor ntnl patrons In a goodlv propor-
tioned ares of tl e country lor a
small consideration per acre.
The cotton dupiped n. It Is in
retilner attached to a mat bine I
ready for transportation to the tin
without anv period of seasoning or
other expensive change.
REVOLT SPREADS 1U5 MO
llfl PROVIfJGES Hi SCORED
Defection of Nan Chan and
1UIUI1M If ISSMU
HF.MAMW niSM.SSAI. OF Ml Ms-
TKi: SIIKMi KF.aitlFI A-"
STUOXKKNT MF.MUF.lt OF
I'll I FN F CAF.IXDT.
V wird PrrM
Peking CM. 2T. Further dofec-
tlonR Including Nan Chang the cap-
ital of Klang Si province and Kwel
Kin the capital of Kwang SI prov-
ince Increased the seriousness of the
wsr situation today.
To ad1 to the government's trou-
bles the National Assembly today
delivered an ultimatum demanding
the dismissal ot Sheng Hluan Ifual
the present Minister ot PosU .and
Communication who la regarded by
foreigners as the strongest man In
the cabinet. Failing this the As-
sembly will he dissolved tomorrow
and the members will return to tjiolr
Minuter Sheng negotiated Hans
for the nationalisation of the fall
ways and Is the lending advocate of
the a.it'-provlnclul policy which Is
retarded as being largely responsible
(or the revolution.
F.eltcls Capture ('best.
V.V VtfeHMuHit P'P
London. (Hi. 25. Special lls-
patches from Peking declsre that
the revolutionaries have outflanked
the Imperialists at a point IKO miles
north of Hankow capturing a nionny
chest containing over ll.00n.ono.
ed and Three Injured
in Sand Pit
Hereford. Tex. (Vt. 2.V--W. II
Knysor was Instantly killed an I W.
I.. Sain (leo. Rayor and Chancy
lice were Injured In n cave-In of the
sand pit Just east of town at I I 30
Kayor ban been In the reul estate
business here lor seernl years and
was n heavy property holder.
In lOO.'i a Mr Hlggs was killed In
this same sand pit and at almost the
Identical spot where Mr. Kayor was
Mr. Rayor waR the father of a
large family and lost hi life while
. . i i. . .. ...... . . . - 1
iumi iu me inieiiv in ine isuiy ran
road and demanding that "undesli.i-
ble persons" employed by the com-
pany In Its shopti lie removed beyond
the city limits.
Story of Old Political Denl
Dared by Witness Be
; todav. State RepreseniutMe Tbe"ias
llppett who told the story sai l ibat
be received his p'formi! ion (nun
.i.eorac . rrennan political lie en
ajnui of Rm-cr P. Sullivan. Iien-oc ttir
"boss" of llllno'K TIpplM. however
did not sny the Fnlted tSite sena-
torship was the prb e offereit l.on ner
for his aid.
llisi efe) m (x v 1 - f j Tn .iiminr
HtKthUKU Mmr llfr IK IIIW
CAVE-1H VICTIM HOME OF EIEMVI
0 m LINED
Chamber of Deputies De-
man J Reason for Recent
FlllSt 111! Ilfltt
KACITF.H .sl'FFdlFS IN WIIIOI
HMIlsTRAriO IS AsSAlU
Kt I (H ll V AI'IM.Al OF.lt
n A Xfulrd l'rt
Mexico Cltv Oct. 25. Astoutulud
by the nets that Zapatista entered
the federal district sacked a town
and killed and wounded over naif
the government troops tmt against
thnn the Chamber of lHpiities to-
dar demanded that the acting Mln-
isjj.r of War appear before It and aub-
n.lt full reports regarding the insur
rection nd the measures taken for
Excited denunciation of the gov
erament in which President Mad-iro
wag int-lmlid whs a feature of the
heated speeches which the galleries
Complimentary references to the
011 PUu covernmcnt met with shout
of approval from the galleries.
Tie battle occurred at Mllpa AIU
yehierday Today another encoun-
ter was reported near XodilmUco
hut it was declared not serious.
Federal troops todav reoccupled
Zftputhtas are said to be divided
into small bands through the sur-
Reports of Intended advance on
Mexico (ity caused great excitement
but It U not given general credit.
Bids Farewell to Minnesota
and Heads for State
l Mt-atr. Pe
St. Paul. Minn.. (Vt. :r - Presi-
dent Tuft tonight bade farewell to
Minnesota and departed for the reul
home of the enemy." Wisconsin
His spec h tcn"':ht on arbitral Ion
t -cat lea wa devoid of politic. In
addition to the speei h tonight the
President made two other important
addresses one on the Panama Canal
' efore the Youne Men's Kepublican
Club of Minneapolis and the other to
Mudcnts of tbe I'niverslty of Miune-
4ita. to whom he gave ;i lot of home-
ly advice dei taring among otlii-r
hlngs that the "young man who
-tarted life wlthoi't anv means was
:nr better eiiulpied than a rich man's
son wi'h an linome sufficient to live
MOTRIN Mil! M W MIM liP
I i;i i is d n:i:t i i n
Sri . .i ' ' ' x.i
Ijlll-I ciro Tex . Oi't Motion
for new tntl for Mr A. .1. Mencfee
cenvlihvl for the murder of Police-
man Frank Olasgw here and wn-
tenced io life Imprisonment was lv
.av overn.lt d bv Histrict .ludce C.
M. Smtthdale. Appeal will be taken
to the oi n of criminal appeals
Seetion Foreman Perhaps
Fatally Wounded by
IL re'ie i. Ti ! t Section
Foreman Cooper was shot at t I'mbar-1
gcr Just bctore limiting time this I
evening t' e b.iil. i of hi assii!.ini 1
' i io i I be lieiirt and
lodiin? i:n b-r the l ft arm.
Cooper .is Irouht hero en -he
Merrv i.'i.h t'.i evenim; t be
treated t v t' .onip'iw iirgeon here
He Is In a ritu al condition and
hopes for hi- if ov. ry a'e slight.
A Mext'.in laborer wl.om Cooper
bad disi buried i nt before the af-
fair was alt '"'ed tonight chi'tged
with the hl'iin mg and is now In Jill
al Cativen Cltv
Panther City in
A Mouse Did It
rckl to lulr Nm
Fort Worth. Tex. Oct. 25. A
mouse and a ple ol baling wire
were responsible for the putting cut
of commission of a considerable part
ot Fort Worth's lighting for a part
of two nights and s portion of the
North Side waa in darkness aa a
'onseqiieni-e cf this condition.
Investigation proved that a mouse
In running acros the back of the
switchboard at the city power plant.
made connection of the terminals.
cuustng a short circuit. This made
a flash and a roar like lightning the
snort circuit resulting In a (( volt
current thst burned the mouse to a
crisp and was sufficient to go
through the Insulated wires where
the boys had thrown a piece of lut
ing wire across the tilephono tines
and another short circuit wsB created.
( ITY OF SIIMR(H'K
STILL IX F.XISTKXCF.
S.val to ltitr Newt
Shamrock Tex.. Oct. 25. The suit
recently file d to dissolve the Incor-
poration of Shamrock resulted In a
verdlit for the city. Only fifteen
votes were cast against Incorpora-
tion when the town was Incorporated
Rules for Guidance of Am-
anita Depositors in
The following detailed stitetnent
bag been Issued by Postmaster Gen
eral Frank II. Hitchcock relative to
Wtn"ijri-- V4pVs. "jic i t Wc)i;
ill he opened 11 Amnrpto Del
t. The Postal Savings System is
established for the purpose of pro-
viding facilities for depositing tav-
Inss at Interest with the security of
the Fnlted States (iovertuncnt for ie-
I'he faith of the I'nlted States
is solemnlv pledged to the payment ' 'h seventh when Crandall who was
of deposits nuule In postal savings d-: ciit In to bat for him took the
nosltorv offices with accrued Interest nonnd. The t iming point In the
as provided ty the postal-savings act. : KHn' " '"' be reckoned from Cr.in-
Whi. May lN-HMt. d;ill s appearance In the game. The
:t. Accounts muv be opened and buoky t wirier held Philadelphia
deposits made by anv person of the scoreless l:i the eighth ninth and
a-e of Hi years or over In his or her tcnh. ft(' In the ninth came to time
own name and by a married woman j0'""' f re t with a cracking
in her own name and free from any double that jeered Hoyle with the
Interference or control by her h.!s-l'inK run.
en nd. No person can have more
than oe acctvunt at any one time.
1 'o pecon nifiy o)H'n a postal-
mavtngs account at any post office
who is not ii patron of that office.
r Ml accnr.nts meat be olcned
In person bv tbe depositor or bis vi-
tbcried represent. I'lve. After open-
ing -in account a depositor nnv for
ward snbs.'dtuMif deposit! to the po t 1 dall cracked out a clean double S'Or-
offi' e tiv mall. lng Fletcher and coning home hlni-
I'eposits will b aeeepted it.ty self a moment later when liovore lln-
from individuals :nn no ni'ioun vlll'ci out a hot one to center
be opened In the name of any cur- iNuio opened New York's tenth
poriition. nssoii.ition oeety firm orjWlth u ratiling double going to thli.l
partnt'rshlp or In the nanus of two on Snodgrass' bunt and Murray's fly
or more persons jolnt'v. I to Murphy scoring th winning r in
". No account will he opened In ' n moment later when Merkle lined
tho name of oi.e person In trust for 'another fly to Murphy.
or on behalf of another person or
Sen Ice I'm.
x The sen I -e of the I'oxtal So-
'ngg Svstem Is free nnd no charge
or fet is collected or required Iti
lonnectlon vith the opening of an
sceopft or the withdrawal of incney
Prix st y of Account v
!. No person connected with the
I'ost t Tf Ice liepartinent or tho pos-
tal erviif Is permitted to dlscbiM'
the name of any depositor or give
anv informal ion cnniernlng an ac-
connt except tt the depositor hiiii-
I Continued on Pare Si
I tit ill I olcciiM.
t 7 a ni ... (u At 7 p. in
Maxnu"t!i . i!s Mlnlinum
I'M" Max 1 l!Mrt Mm.
ail'inuton l'orei at.
iivbington. H. ('.. Oct. "i -For
West Texas - Fair Thursday. Colder
In the northern portion Itain at
M"bt or I'rld.iv in the western part.
Fair in ct
FOR GIANTS III
Great Batting Rally Ties
Score When Defeat
USED ME THIERS
MARQI'AKO IXISFS NKRVK AMKK
(iOFS IN AXR IS FOLLOWKR
IX TFRN iV
Winning taxes Xexv York Two Phila-
delphia Three and Today's
Game May Dedd
It II K
I'hlla. (HKI (MM) (MM) (I a 7 14
X. Y'. (MMMHMt lltti 1 1 n a
lotteries: For Philadelphia
Coombs Plank and lpp; for
4 Xew York. Mimntnl A
1 Hv Ar!atMl Prrm
I Now York. Oct. 25. rty a greai
Ibattlnn ra'.ly In the last halt of the
(ninth with two men out the New
York Clsnt scored two runs tying
the score and won by a score of 4
'to m the tenth Inning making the
world s series stand. Philadelphia 2
New York 2.
Hard clean hitting won for 'he
Giants though 1'mplre Klem of the
Nationals who was behind the plate
declared after the contest that the
tWet'e mlgks? lW-aot tha ror-
Aeil-Xfu' TTrtj.rr.AllfyT? tby aad
protcited the winning run Tjoyle nui
tom bing the plate.
Marquard and Coomb begun the
contest. In the third after Oldrina'a
home run had driven l.npp and
Cootu'is In ahead of htm. Marquard
became unsteady and In the fourth
Ames went In the box for New Yoik.
Ames pitched scorelcs ball until
Cuoiiitis held . York mrjl
until the seventh when Mcrkle wno
bail been given lit base on bull: and
bad gone to second on Maker's funi-
l b . tiking third when Fled her s In-
field hit forced Herog i.nd scored
from third on Meyer's eairlfico fly.
In the ninth with one out. Fletcher
doubled. Meyers ent out and Crim
I'br Score by Inning.
rir-t hilling: Philadelphia Do
vore made a wonderful shoestring
cati h of l.ord't short liner Oldrlng
0 it iKivie to Mcrkle. Marquard
eemed a bit nervous and Meyera
walked tip and putted him ou tho
back Snodgrass took Colttna' fly."
New York Hex ore out. Harry to
Havls. Paker took Poyle't foul.
i Snodgr.tss who was hissed In I'hlla-
.'tiphlii yesterday for spiking Paker
was cheered as be stepped to the
plate but he was out by the Uukar-
; Hav is route.
j Second Inning: Philadelphia.
1 Paker fanned Murphy singled to
'left. Oavis fanned. Murphy out
stealing Meyerg to Pojie.
New Yoik: Murray fanned. St
did Merkle llerog bunted safely.
stole second and Fletcher fauned.
Iblnl Inning: Phil ulelphla- Par-
rv on' llerog to Merkle. Lapp uln-
gli to i cuter. Coombs bit a ground-
erer to llet.'og but lHiyle In hit ea-
ci tiess to nuike a double play drop-
ped the throw. Lord sent a fly to
Hoyle. Lapp. Coombs nnd Oldrlng;
scored on Oldrlng't home run. U
was a terrific wallop Into left field
stand. Mnrnnard unsteadled by the
dWasier. walked Collins. Colling
stole second. Amot went to warm
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