Amarillo Daily News (Amarillo, Tex.), Vol. 3, No. 30, Ed. 1 Friday, December 8, 1911 Page: 1 of 8
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IMlKIi.LO TCXAg H;vV. MOM I. HI h. 191!.
I'UH'K VIW. CKXTJ
It OF 1HIL
B BURNS II
McLaren Tells How He Fol-
lowed McNamara and
SAYS BOAST WAS MADE
SFXTIMFXT STF.OXtil.v KAVOIH
.KTTli McMAXHJAI 1 RFF
ox .vvorxT ok hFi:.
K'K TO KTATK.
B .x .tl !'' . . ....
l.on Angeles. Cot.. Dec. I ve
got Jino.oiMt ttr.d the American Fed-J
eratlon back of me. It took only
JlO.ono to clear Vlment Altman of
Chicago and If they muld not con-
vlcthlti. they ran t convict me"
This Is the boast attributed today
by Octet tive McLaren to James 1J.
Mi'Namarn na he wna belm taken on
the train from Detroit to Chicago on
the nlcht of April 12. wlhlch caused
Ortlc McManigal. then under arrest
to become uncered with McNamara
and was the first clrctimatan.e that
canned him to break with the latter
and event'inlly confess his connection
with various dynamiting expedltlona
throughout the country.
McMaulKiil's jreal cnnfi-ssien had
been saved for the trial of the Mc
Samaras now under life sentence and
fifteen ye.ira In the penitentiary for
murder and dynamiting but this
with all of the othet evidence col-
lected by the atate. was turned over
to the federal grand Jury The
grand Jury todar listened to the story
of McManigal. and more of it will
be heard tomorrow laying the foun-
dation for the probe that la to. be In-
itiated Into the alleged dynamiting
conspiracies that ars Md to extend
horn coast to coast In the United
SUtra coverlus period of three
The McNamaraa were not brought:
Vfore the federal grand jury and U I
may be that McManlgal'a atorv will
be deemed aufflrtent. and the farmer
rnir.ved to the penitentiary without
further Interrogation ot their..
Details of what McManigal knew
were given to the grand Jury today
ills story Implicates others connected
with tbe international Association of
Hrldge and Structural Iron workers.
Me itat that John J. McNamara has
paid him for twenty Jobs of dynamit-
ing since HOT. McManieal's Hory
It la Relieved will be of treat value
to the government and It mat ald
tonight on good a ithority that Dis-
trict Attorney Fredericks recom-
Biended that McManleal be dlsrharp-
I'd became of services rendered
McMnnleal. It la said never In-
jured any one. taking cate never to
endanger life according to the state-
raenlt of Assistant DIMrlct Attorney
Ford tonight. Malcolm McLaren
one of the detective or nnected with
the Burns agemy told how he shad-
owed McManigal and the VcNamaras.
.md how MrManlgal decided to tell
all that he knew.
MtUren told how he picked Mc-
Manlijal up ft hla home In Chlcaso.
He had J'ist arrived at homi from
SprlngfleM. Masia hijsetts where he
ind Just done a Joh of dvn.mltlng.
M?I.sren took the train for Toledo
the same time that McManigal did
and at the Toledo depot J H. Mc-
Namara mt Mc.Mrnlcal He witch-
ed them co over the mape toetfier.
and heard thorn talk plans to dyna-
mite McLaren then fnlU-weu thee
on the train to iH-trolt where th
arrests were made at the Oxford ho-
"James II McNamara off -red us
130000 if we would let him ?n be-
fore ve reached Chicago." sn:! Mc-
Liren. that nUht after rem hint
Chicago. McManlgfl sent for Herns
and In the presence of his secretary
rive the chief detective a story con-
;inuins urtll o'clock In the morn-
ing This is how the confession w.u
made and the course of the real rte-
tills have never been made public
Wi had planned to hae blni till It
on the stand In the trial if the Me.
Nimnrns. hut now the fedetst' gov
ernni-i t ran us It "
I n V. .ir. r-r
Salt Lake City I'lah. 1mm 7. The
long arm of the federal ko eminent
rea'hed here today In what may
prove oral and documentary evidence
for the grand Jury at los ni:ers
calletl to Investigate the so-callel
industrial dynnmltlns. when deputy
I'nlted States marshal thl after
noon took posnesslon of the looks of
the Iron Workers local union and
summons to appear before the gnu- l
mrv ai crwi upoi; .1 V. Mini.'
the buslnee agent of the vn:o-i
hfyfs i mk.mco
MIT ItY FOI.I.OWFRS
Washington l. C. Doe 7.
According to Information
received hero tonight (leneral
Reyes has crossed the Rio
Grande into Mextos where
he win received liy In ml
of Mm loyal followers Tin
.report Kaid nothing about
Organization Mot Responj
sible for Acts of Indi-
Wash'nrton D C. Poe. 7--Or-gantred
labor In America has no de-
fire to condone the crimes ot the
McNauiaras. according to the state-
ments authorized ttnhi by the Am-
erican Federation of libor. follow-
ing a three hoi'ra' Mecllii'-; behind
closed doora The statement de-
nounces the VcNnma.rus. and con-
1 1 'i tied:
"It is cruel and unjust to hold the
ir.en ii d the labor movement either
locally or mo-nllv rvKponaibli for ths
crimes of in lix Ideal member. We
welcome any Invent nation which the
fedeul or Mate authorities may un-
dertake. The Amem an lalior .note-
ment and lta friends are loyal Amer-
icans and fio-k to obtain thu aboli-
tion of wrong) and the nttalnmcnta
of their rights within the pro. Wont
f the lount'v's laws."
Ask" PAIUKIX a itku
.V! YFAHS IX PRISON
Hartford Conn.. LMt 7. unpuK
the fairly six convict at tTt 't.-t.i
prison at JYrifcersfleld. whos- appU
cations for parole or pardon wll! be
considered by the State Hojrd of
Pardons when that body meets here
next Tuesday Is John Warreu th
oldest inmate of tbe prison. l o has
spent flttj-two years or lla lire In
that penal Institution. In tlw f.ill
Oi 185? John Warren was convicted
ot the murder of hts o an sen-
fenced to orison for life tie entered
spent flit) -two years of hit life In
tenced to prison for life. He ontered
the State prison at Wethersfleld No-
vember H. IsFiS. and h rcmaiued
isolated from the outside world ever
since. Several times he appealed to'
tbe Hoard of Pardons for hla release
b't In exerv eae his application w s
denied. This year he has aMln po
tilioncd tor n pardon and his friendi
confidently expect that this tln.e th
linard of P.irdnns will be lo ob-
durate. The history of Warren's cilme U
rather unusual In the eirly Finn-
rner ol 1 s f.S John P. Warren then
only twenty-one years old and hi
I S-) eir-old wfle lived on a small
farm in Willincion a little tin in
Tollind county In the northeastern
part of Connecticut. On a warm
morning In July of that year Warren
:)! Ms wif- took a walk In th
woods. It was hot and when they
came to .1 hrook not fur from their
farm. Warren ptopo'A.'d that I in-
take off their shoes and stocking
and ha'be their feet In the cool water
of the brook. His wife consented
ind. having taken off her shoes and
s'oefrlnFs waded Into the brook.
Warren "rrang at her. thrjw her
diMvn and held her head ui de- water
eetil his wife was dead. J11M what
f r or passion animated Warrei
and tirompii il hln to comm't the
eold-Mnod-i! and apparently unpro-
voked crime has never lieer as :cr-
tntned. Wnrren hlim-elf I'thoich
hi "onftsso.l the rriuie. has never
given niv exilanntion of his action
or the nmtlvi of Ihe deed lie he-
creted the todv "f bis wife in tho
woods where It was soon found.
Warren "' arres'ed and put throuch
toe third 1-Pf"" He confessed l.
e'loii- hut ref.'sert lo make i.v -i-n-itorv
fter it jre!i!ii!n:n v he.iriiu. War-
reu s 1 ne x rs n'l for the September
Iitiii ol tne loll.-Mit riniilv eip.-rinr
llllir () . of XVedredat.
vcn! f lM V(:ir tti ..
1 f-M'i! in Iti- Tll:nl roiintv tail War-
.- ....- . j
a lie but! tor kntfe wiih which hi
Mtuked xlilloi Crie s V irreni
manaeed to escape but wan auglit
shorth- afterward in Kast'or'. near
........I ... .. . i a .. ff
The trl.il of Warren was rhoi
The piisoiet plea led r.itlt v aiid hU
attomev confined himself io
Ftri'm1 appeal for the life of Ills el!
eot 'I'lie rv'pcal 'vii-' si ciess' ! and
i M'M fir t
Relieved to Be Purpose i
Slow Advance of Trocps
10 SI PERSIA III
simri.it ikm .vxi) for snrsitf
KKsitiXATiox hk coxcki Kl
CZAR MY WAIVK CLAIM
TO IXDF.MXITV. '
I omlon I mm-. 7. It Is IntliauKTl
offlclnl circle" here that the itlovne
of the Riisshin advane on Telu-ra
1'ernia. is Intentlonnl.
Russia warts to plve IVrts'.a tin.
It la believed
Should the Ruthin demand
onced d. espe-ially that for (hit di
luisnal of W. Morgan Shuster tl
Anuriinn. it Ik tinder"tod the Uu
sinn novernmeiit would watv rln.!?
Tt) UN VI F
P. v.h-.-- VrrZ
.Hlom. Tex . Dec. ..-All
Iher efforts to locte Ceneral frn-
srdo Utves m thl cltv havt beei.
ubnndoned. It Is believed that h
mis cross..!! tne. jiexicnn oorier. 0"
Is on his way to that repuMlt. The
strictest silence as to hla whereabout t
Is maintainor1 hv his frlenrta in this
Col. p. A. Cbnpa. a prominent
dnn'clst of this city and a member
of (Jovernor Colquitt's itaff who t
a close frlnnd of Genoral Reyes tT
lh.it he does no'i know anrthtns of
the latter' movement. Vanhal!
Hicks of the law firm enjagsd to'
represent Oenerr JiUye In the.rvfs
now p'tndtnx t "8'st him ay !
not kept adl-1 to Ute OenWs
ci.akk wm ni(i;irr .
. HTVKE FfK PKMOCItACT
Washington. D. C Dee 7. $pa..
or Clark is very hopeful of tre nroe-
pects of the Democratic party. Ho
cr nothing but pood omens a. the
sees nothing hut pood omens sa.the
horoa-vne For the Republican the
rsare of the House see. naught but
tr .Mion J.rhap. Mr. ClaT'.t.H
too oDtimiatk.' hut the ProcreM.ves
too optimistic' hut the ProsreM.ve
nre certainly making things "horn
and Senator Jonathan Roiirne leen
I 'stilled tn wearing a broad tmlle.
Who will steer the destinies of the
Repeblican party in the eoralnc cam-
paign It aeeni" to be an opea ques-
tion as et. The President's ecre-
tary. Mr. Illes in considered 'avail-
ahle." resides Ullles. William Iteh
.lr is one of the moet discuss 1 men
for the place hut a treat many per
sos believe that the active ChV ajtoaa
( Secretary ot the Interior Fls'ier a
Progressive and yet a oort supporter
of the President would be ar Ideal
man for the place There la presv
Ing need for a man to dire t the
campaign. Will be it be Flsrei ?
Crop 4.1 Percent Better
Than Year Ago o Dee-S
ember First i
a- Kit et
Washington. D. C lMs 7 More
winter wheat sown on mr toro-
aqe In the I'nlted tSatea this fall thaa
last according to the Departiest of
Agriculture' report ''omition ' of
the crop on IV ember I was 4.1 per
cent better than a year apo ' j.3 letst
th.Ti the ten-year average on thaj
date. A total of S2.2IS ono acres !
Planted this year.
I Rico acreage ia nin-tentli of one
I per cent greater than hist var. wiih1
I the tondltion sllfhtly Uttei fhrin fori
the same d.l'e a Vear nco. i I
The acreage sow n in Texa-tthls fall !
Iwi' ! ' ..urn Condition on Decem-
i o.-r I 1 per lent The t-n vear
a e-r.i?e Is !tt per cent
More Tmiible for Slnmlinl i
Plndliv. O. fec 7. X tl( n mm
damage suit bronchi hv At-iruev-
l.enernl rhelps of the Stall of Ohio
:allf t!e Stntdard Oil k'nimmnv
was called for trial In th-i comuio
ah'e.is mnrt hen- today Inclos al-
I b".e t ' i-1 tv Ciinlpulitl.
h nt o
f i ii i
i price of oil then sn In lot
' a ii f i ; oiled o
lo- i r. HM
B R OWN WIIS III
Uroificial Kelurns Indicate
His Election By Hea-
i H.ii n-i mi k (-(trxriKs uvf
HIM .' oiT OF Tiff A I Hi
C. vs.Ki4trO PrtM
Allana. 'Ja. IW. ". 1'inilfuiul
returns on all of the UO counties of
the state show former (;oenur J. M i
rlrown swept (iwrgla In the kmIkt-;
natorlal primary today. Kightv-four
of the counties gave him t- hun-
dred of the three hundred and hlt:-
elght ele toral voles.
Suffuse llaliy s(l- in hir.in".
Chlc-ico 111.. Dec. 7. The lllin-
ois L.mal Vuffraue Assoeletli.n on. n-1
ed a three (lavs' Mr at the llo(.- .
ialle lodi'V Jut lo r-'fule the time-!
i:imred :iMTtion thai the womtiii '
"Mffr;.:Nt dees not make a :eo.l wife
IU-'"" '" io innr ine cm
r'- clilldren there Ik u large gal-
I" v ' photocraphs nhnwin suf-
faults with larce families ind i
. " ( ir .iu-i
wv !. im vuniaiis risui iu u.e oai-
lot m; be seen roastlri:' turkev.
mlxinc salaN and baKlii; pie and
eaks. As a result of man s curio-
slty to . the sights ol the f.iir the
association expect to rdlse l.'-V'-O'i j
to aid th suffrare cause.
Sl tiAK I.KIT (iliOWFRh
DF.XDl XCK HKFINKHIFS
c 4-m..;mi f-r"
NasAlnrton D. C Im-c. 7 In -
veallgation of the surar trust by the
bwuko invmigstlGR committee today
wf Ued lno a ar Heteon the sugar
beet growen of fonn-aot- A ih
Croat Western nar 'company.
Jamit HodkiBB Meade of Colorado
i itterly rienouned the aigav refln -
ones and their methods and refused
lo retra t statements previous!.: made
11.. ft.. .. IrlnJ of I.)....
' "r Utt .ifar- r m- I
transported from the "lum of th- ' " nL 7 . !
f' " mX rnMnc to the
oj Jort 7;;: pre
U tarff nl" ' tu"n ' . . "... . . - . . .
th? intoiestv and 1 will double the
n imbcr of sugar r. fineries in Colo -
r.vlo ii three vers. We ca--. raise
euouRh su:ar to a'lpply the country.
What we need Is assurance that the
ur Interests wP not be permitted
IO rpteefe us out "
. . .
Dxl ToX VD Vol XtJFU
ox ll'CTI l:F. ri.TFof:M
-t r -al 1" 1 1 t kAs
Tulsa. Okl.v Dec
Dillon ex-conv!ct and ole 'irivo
of the -Hon 'amo ' Jj
Yountcr of Tilt. rephew of Cole
Yonnscr. of Vorthfleld. Vinn.. bank
robberv fan-.e st.irti 1 on a 'eitoro
tv r of the .o"i 't tl'lt v f i'Ii
Gary of Steel Trust" Says
j Government Must Pro
I tert People
1 1. rt-.i.tri r-t-
WHsl.il.-tli!l III!"' I t.ltlct
H C.T i hi. I eeill'Vt of the I nit -ed
States Ste.-1 ( 'orisT.-t ion 'tateil
KhI.iv before the s.-na'e . omctntee -.
IHerst:lte fi.-.'l:.-t e it...' 1' Is his Ih-
lief fhiit ih. I Hit .! Si ite -err-tner.t
n.ust a--'iiiie cf tie t
Ht tl'.e s.i
;ii ' !e el.i i
r -1 - t -
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ol f ili-s
M c D I H'-I 1 :
II -s i in I I "I M:l l.
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of hi- i -1. ' -
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l'eklnc. Dec. 7 Rebels
sav freely that they Intend to
dynamite and attack Peking.
Arrests have been made but
the covernment Is practical)?
t nowerhfs on arco'int of tim-
idity of the official (lass.
Apprehension It felt for safe-
ty of foreigners in Peking.
Watson ScrantOH Goes Up
iui nocauo upuu .urns
Hv Vuvi.lc.l l-trw
Lincoln Center Kas . Dec .
Watson Scranton todav legin stv-
lii" liia venr entem-e in t.iil for his
tll ;rrlr.e-. llf VH M:irv
' pi-.rt In the
Si r.niKiti n ith K (. C':)lU ni'
.1V t-iIll.r ni..A iiv
ap ll((Iirv .. S).r.
I AnnLH W
. for voa Th(t U.(. W()
. apea fmtn e entenee r.. their
illolon .m 8rllej h.r)1 rin
the lattr jiart of the month
Scranton reinsert In loin in the
Fe of IJiir In Session.
Wasl instcn. It C. Dee. 7 - Kirs
(MWe- j je to receive a good many
h.r4 thumps from notable speakers
t heard npre aVTnK tbe next
wek or ten d.va. Preceding the hU
etmial convmtlnti of the Antl Paloon
League of America to be held In this
: eity the n intna week the superinten-
i dent and workers are now cnod
j in a series of conference in th
Metropolitan M. V.'. Churo. Th
' t-onventlnti prc-per will open next
'.luim i.r ? :';' reet.
lng lu'the Caltary Tlaptlrt rhurclt. 1 1 Mr- Fortmr A.d lhat tHe
! The essione of. the convention win many classes ad nationalirc sow
1 last four da and will be followed by to be found tn Western America
'a national conference to considei thej"The census of 1M0 of the 1? states
u.'iestion of interstate liquor traffic and territories lying west oftheMla-
' Minnesota will lellscused by the
; M-nuewot Aca.temy 01 hocu
. fences at its fltth annual m-etlng
'"c'"nlnr ai the tat. universlt u -
111 -lnn ror 101 or "
' '""ie:il. political kocHI and his-
0ria' l'ief.tio-is :.re slrted fo- cm-
sMeratlon Oecuj-ymg flrKt place or.
the list i" the niiestlon of Sfnte-w id
.industrial nod eeii.mcrcal eo-oeri-
tion Covei nor I- berhart l'relden:
lnei.t of the lihorsity of Miune -
J. v.r.t I Cnn.l ru .f
VhiIo' m. I : nember ol nroin'.neLt
brines n-e nd manufacturers
anonr the f.he.tMie.t aeaKers
Not ille Men o Attend iHnner.
ew Votk i 7 Th rlKdinn
Soietv ot New lurkniwiOo to"rilm 0'Ul r'
jPr..id..M l att as ih- Kuest of honor ! rroxlmatelv. ..n.o..o.eon. -t Vfr
lat its MM -th aonuil d-un-r ..t -VI-! " hW sm nv n":xT-
.eonico's tomorrow night. .:.nv- Mr r""r- f "mal' hn
!!n-.. the ItritCh anbussalor to the 'mp.tred with the wealth created by
t. . mother of the' th- H"r h urr ork ha
. t-tde e. ests a d will res.on l !provlrt. D on- reckons tie cost
' J i t . V. . 1 lit! . . . k. -
I the toast Ins lalesty s Uepresen-
tntives" Ko'.mi Coopei Sni'h of
Montreal ni'l re-1 tind for -'Tlie en-
Kiri- " r-tid te l;-v Dt . ''Iip'l.-s
K.eton io presiiient of the oCi 'v.
will -feak for "Canada"
Ti li.ite Ship Sul iiK. 'Isn l Irrigated and f.i"i!s estahlsh-
I Iveoln Noli.. Dec. 7 Mceh in jed and th Improvement lr i-ricition
tercet Is inf nlfe'te I In toden lr- j pract-e.
i !e in the annual dehate t thej
Central Deballn? league whi. h are I FORT WORTH I'MOX
to take pla.e tomorrow nicht Tin' FOK PRov:t I TIOX
leaT'ie ciMvprises the I niwrsitv of s' ' ' - ...
VeivaxV... 'nnvr.iti f .M-n'. i t Port Woith. 1-v.. In- . ' '
ip' I nlvers'tv o! I a Fad- ul
ve:slt will 'ie represented n Ih-i-onets
hv two teams one to d
I He .-.t hoiiie and the other nhroa.'
I he ine!tot th' eir Is. ukii
Thai the Fe-loral co ernnn i-l
estahllih a polic f sliiii Mils! lies
WE A THER
I l .-ial l iWJ.t.
Uei.emllv fair Friday.
j vi 7 a n : l 7 n m
I M.IVU ..
to i t; i'ie m n
Nstlilltott l lU-II KM.
Washington. D C. Dih- T Ko
W-"t Texas-I'tu-ettled Fridav with
rain Friday nlsht and proab!y snow
In the Panhandle Satm.lM . . i . i
Chief of Irrigation Investi-
gations Speaks at Chi-
FORECAST OF FUTURE
SHOWS HOW WA1KK AC.EN'CV
HAS IIAMFVFD ;i:i( ru
TI KAI. I'l VF.I.OPMKXT IX
broader riii' bett-r st-de irratlom
liiws and more efficient admlnlatra.-
tlve RVhti-ins to stimulate the pro-
press of irrigation Samuel Fortler.
Chief of Irrigation Invcstlationa.
Office of Fxperlment Stations of the
I nlted States Department of Agricul-
ture todiy addressed the delegate
to the lrriKatlon Congress now li
session here. ' In muny statoa of
the West." he declared "progress In
irrigation is being retarded and cost-
ly Investments rendered Insecure by
the lack of protw legislation on the
pnrt of the state legislatures. Th
Western states through their re-
H'Clve leclshltures must get behind
the Irrigation bond."
The theme of Mr. Fortler h ad-
dress was "The Present Ftase of Ir-
rigation IVvtlopment and a Forecast
of the Future " He reviewed brief
ly the wonderful results that bad
been accomplished thron(: Irrigation-
how It had enhanced tbe value
of land and built up erdurlng com-
monwealths. "Irrigated arricoltui." he avert-
ed "lle at the foundation of muck
of the material prosperity of tha
west. Though the agency of watot
wisely nsed. ileK'rti are conviirted
Into productive fields anc orchards
and fWka sad herd and prorperous
rommnrrltlea take tk lse of wild
tnlmata and n vvcHUUed. rai."
ourl river." he said "showed e pop
ulation of nearly 16U million aa
increase of p'r font In ten years
a sipniflcent fact when compared
with the rate of increase thrngh-
out the remaining 1 stats. which
was only 17 per cent." However
Mr. Fortler did not attribute this re-
narlhi. ruh across the conHnat
'. to the Irriration of desert lands. He
Md tnal tn ry fnrmin(; distrlrta
of at nM ntr:icted tho.iai.id 0
Th( mo. invest-d In Irrigation
f m;l h. referred to by the
! .nwrr 'eeonlm; to the census
. fCurH for 19D- this amounted U
1 . . .
almost 'i noi iniiuuiuK
.v .. i .....i . .
re'n head dit hes and l .teral.
. rr.r):rin2 hi. land for Irrigation
' V.'th these added expenses. Mr. For-
ler declared t!ic capital investeii in
: of Irrigation works In mllliuLis be
atn.illy under Irriration as compare .1
'on the value createi bv r.ie water
which they furnish."
i Mr. Fortler spoke hrlel'l) (if the
agenclMi which have hern Instrumen-
tal in Irrigation devclopi-ml. of tbe
cUrini' th opinion in tt on rs are
iP'.('lieatei) in tin iintiis -ii -.hl'l'i
the MiNamaras have conferee. 1. the
local Carpenters noil Joiner 1'nion
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