Amarillo Daily News (Amarillo, Tex.), Vol. 3, No. 52, Ed. 1 Wednesday, January 3, 1912 Page: 1 of 8
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LO BAHLY NEWS
ol III. NO. ft.
AMIRILLO. TEXAS. V EI1NI SIM Y. J l M ARY :t. 1012.
price hif ct
Secretary of Commerce and
Labor Upholds Sher-
TALKS' TRUST GOHTROL
SAYS XEXT STI 1' IX HANDLING
RIG COMI'.IXATIOXS WILL ItK
n W'W-m'rd Prr.
Washington. D. C. Jan. :-"The
mere breaking up of large combina-
tion! Into a number of separate parta
by no means meets the whol Trust
question" says Secretary Nagel of
the Department of Commerce and La-
bor In his annual report transmitted
today to President Taft.
Secretary Nagel declares that the
Sherman law has been proved to be
an effective statute beyond all doubt
and that a degree of combination of
capital Is quite necessary but he
adds that the Supreme Court deci-
sion In the Standard Oil and Tobacco
cauh hnve demonstrated that the
next 9tep in the control of great In-
dustrial corporations will be the
rreutlon of a permanent federal
How much control shall bo ever-
clued whether by commission fed-
eral Interpolation or ether means
which have been advocated recently
by Judge Klliert H Gary George W.
Perkins and other financiers before
the Senate committee which ha? been
conducting hearings to determine
whnt i nance would be desirable in
the anti-trust laws. Secretary NaRel
does not definitely say. He favors
h wever a development of the pow-
ers and si ope of the llureau of Cor-
porat'on?. "A certain degree of combination
of (npttal Is admittedly etsontlal to
the earning on of our great business
enterprlsoF" says Secretary Nagel.
"To control properly such necessary
combinations we must have some ad-
nilnlvt rathe federal office or com
munion which shall make thin work
lt! b islaoss
"We must have a permanent au-
thority which shall by steadv and
continuous supervision and publicity
safeguard the pcbllc Interests and at
the same time allow full sro.c for
necessary and proper bislness effi-
ciency and development.
"The decisions of the Supreme
Court In the Standard Oil and Ameri-
can Tobacco Company cases have
brought forcibly to the fubWc atten-
tion a fact repcatedlv presented l.i
the reports or this department thJ
Imperative need for the positive ad-
ministrative regulation of grout In
dust rial corporations.
"The recent decisions and roorgar.-
l7atlons which followed have made li
clear that another Imperative step
remains to be taken and that this U
th ehtabllshment by appropriate leg-
islation of a broad svstem of super-
vision and publicity for all those in-
dustrial and cctrmtVvinl ontanUa-
tlons erra'ted In Interstate and Inter-
"Whether this hall be done by
means of federal Incorporation or by
a leder.il office or commlsslo:. exer-
cising powers of rest latlon and su-
pervision mnv be a secondary ques-
tion. The first consideration npnonrs
to be the establishment of perma-
nent administrative publicity repu-
tation and supervision. Public opln.
lot. and the views of manv rorpore
tlon managers are as one."
Secreiary Nauel recommends that
the Hureae of Corporations be de-
veloped to t-ike up the form of su-
pervision he suggests. It would be
but a loclca' expansion of the bu-
reau's operations and policy which
ho sas. have relied solely oa pub-
licity for the last eight years and
have demonstrated beyond question
what a svstem of permanent super-
vision can do.
Mr. Xagel's report In full deals
with the year's work In the many
bureaus and divisions over wnlch he
In connection with the Immigration
service the secretary recommends
that anv amendments to the Immigra-
tion laws tend to relieve Immirranti
of undue hardship without letting
down the bars against undesirables.
Larger dicsretlon should be lodjred
with officials he thinks to ndni'.t
unforMrate members of incoming
families where It Is shown that so-
ciety would be protected against
burden and danger. He recommends
also thnt examinations of Immigrants
be made bofore they embark for thD
(Continued on rags S)
lK. SKN TO HOLD
By Aworiatnl !.
Nankins. Jan. I. Presi-
dent Sun YM Sen will bold
hit official reception tomor-
row. Il will receive the peo-
ple oL Nankin without lls-
crlmtnatlon. He desires that
the convention to decide the
form of government meet at
Tveitmos and Johan risen
Appear in Los An-
Ojf AocitH Prfi.
I.os Angeles Cal. Jan. 2. Olaf A.
Tveitmos and Antone Johannsen of i
San Francisco and J. E. Munney of ence to LaFollette.
Salt Lake were arraigned In Fed-1 Governor 0sborn declared that
eral court today on charges of being ! both Taft and jFoUette should
parties to the nation-wide dynaralt- j wltn(lrtw froin the race for the pres-
Ing conspiracy. jdentlal nomination and Join In nom-
Tveltmos and Johannsen left t- jna.lns former Senator Ueverlde of
day for their home. Munsvy wiil j Indlan:i or Theodore Roosevelt
remain here until the date on which When Osborn said that LaFollette
pleas will be enteredJanuary 12. jlopke(. out for himself primarily
MOTOR CR HITS AI'TO 'some one In the audience yelled that
COLON IM) MAX KILLER 'Osorn na(1 no rl?nt to nak ucl1
' ! remarks In a hall rented by LaFol-
p AK-iir.l pici. ctte supporters whereupon Governor
Louisville. Col.. Jan. 2 Dr. V. P. osborn declared:
Whiting of LafavHte Colorado was
ns.an ly kill. d. and his nephew Al- askrd o Je? Vou
frd J. ort-r of Colorado Springs. nore han glld
was sligltly Injured today when an;
auto going nt Muh speed was run
down by a Denver Icterurban motor
cur. rear this place.
The auto was a Christmas gift
fom Judge Whiting of rhllauelphlu.
h nnvali nn'a fnHior. 1
Hl (iHTKK OF SCOTT
III UIVU.SI Willi'
Sit to Diitjr Nc. 1
Fort Worth. Tex.. Jan. 2. Mrs. '
Georgia Sentt Tow nsend. dausnter of i dand Rap'ds-Mich. .'en.
the late Winfield aa.tt. niultintlllon-1 ator LaFollette tonight refused to
aire oil mill operator rattle king and discuss the remarks made b? Gov-
cnpltallst. will engn?e In a lepul bat- amor Osbor nat Lansing today
tie with her rtepniothr Mrs. tllza-l "1 discuss issues not men." he r-
beth Sott and A H. Robertson ex-'plied. "I have no comment to make."
ecntor of the will for ll.&Ou.nou j will you pardon me if I as'.t
which ahe claims Is her portion of I what you have to say to Governo.'
the estate In lieu of the Income of josborn's proposal that you and Taf.
about $150 a month which she Is 'withdraw from the race?" the Sena-
given by the terniB of the will. tor was asked.
Attorneys for Mr. Townseiid an-
nounced yesterday that the st:it will
be filed within the next ten days.
JONES MEAD OF
President and Other Officers
Elected for Next
At the semi-annual moctin? of the
Young Men's Civic League of Ama-
rlllo last night the following officers
were elected for the ensuing year:
President J. Marvin Jones.
Vice President J X. Heasley.
Secretary-treasurer A. K. Sims.
Fxectitlvo Committee D. C Prld-
dy. M. R. Worsham A. E. Meyer. J.
It. Trolllnrcr. It. C. Johnson. J. W.
Collins nnd A. It. Paker.
Polllax Publicity Committee A
K. Meyer R. K. I'nderwood and J. L.
Anundmctit Committee II. R.
Greer. A. It. Maker and J. M. .'ones.
All-Panhandle Fair Conference
Commute M. R. Worsham T. F.
Turner. Frank M. Onr. H. R. Greer
and J. M. Jones.
Membership Committee D. C.
Prl.ldy. J. W. Collins. A. K. Meyer.
A. R Paker and L. G. Runlon.
Amendments to the constitution
and by-laws were adopted containing
among other chances provisions for
a semi-monthly meeting on the sec
ond and fourth Tresdavs.
1 ... 1 m nrrsn -..! tnr IhA
' .... 1 i inr 1
conference lonunltiee and the board
of directors of the Chamber of Com
merce In which the lattr v til be
asked to take charge of the rossbm
made tp for delegates Invited here
Tuesday afternoon January P for
consideration of wnys at.d means for
the establishment of an all-Panhandle
There was a general discussion of
matters for the good of the org.anl-
ration and the advancement of the
Interests of Amarlllo.
Suggests That Taft and La-
Follette Retire From
! GOVERNOR OF MICHIGAN' C Al'SKS
' POLITICAL ElKORERY IX-
FRIENDLY REFERENCE TO
; fly . nciitc5 .Piei. j
I Lansing. .Ml-h. Jar.. 2. Governor
Oshorn today assumed charge of th!arv evidence that the price of niear
meeting of progressive Republican
who gathered to hear Senator LaFol-
lette who failed to appear. Gov-
ernor Osborn delivered the address
which had been prepared to intro-
duce LaFollette causing an outburst
of complaint from the audience who
to uncomplimentary re-
marks of the governor with refer
to pay for the hall. If that makes auv
difference with you.'
! When he learned that LaFollette
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w ;tg I1UI l'li:ilips. wni'Ulll i oi fT7i fcv
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B AMooiitft Ivm
LaFollette answered merely:
DAKOTA ritOGIIKSMl F.S
TO llOI.I MSSML'F.TING:alcd the greatest stir that has occur
Itv Anritrt PrfM
Watertown. S. D. Jan. 2
meeting of the progressive Republl -
cans of South Dakota will be held
Sioux Falls on January 11 to 0r2.au
Ize more fully iJiFollotte's csmpaiKu
in this state.
StGIXAW CHIIIK IS
RLAMED FOR NKI-AV
Ily Ao-itrn pri. defendant with the n'otber. He de-
Detroit. Mich. Jan. 2. A Snlna I nld the paternity of the Infant
(alible is blamed for the Inability of. Subsequently the wife began oun-
Senator LaFollette to maintain his ! ter suit for divorce on the amc gen-
announced program of speaking at eral grounds. She also nl'rges e-
I.nnslng and Owosso. The driver treme rrueltv The city of Vcnlch
took lFolette to the wrong depot j figures In the action for th" reason
causing him to miss his train. j that the couple lived abroad for three
LaFollette was forced to ko to ! years folio ing their elopement from
Grand Rapids tonight ns scheduled. I Wilmington In 1!'"?. They were mar-
ard will rlose his Michigan tour at tied at Washinrton. D. C. the brlde-
Succumbs to Attack of Acute
Indigestion in New
llv Vocitr. Vint.
N w York Jan. 2. Alfred T-nnj
son Dli kens the oldest surviving koi
of Charles Dickens the Kiulixh iio
1 f'ist. died sud'lcnlv of acute lii.llises
Hon at the Hotel Astor late today.
Dickens vas in the I'nlted Stat-
on a le tnre tour.
LIVED THIRTY IIOI RS
WITH NECK HKOKEN
tlv V4-.arl pir
Denver Col.. Jan. 2. .1. li. Ran.'
a ranchman of Pierce ("olora !o at
ter living for thirty hours with hh
neck broken In two places dl-d hrf
I today. Hp foil from a scaYfold yes
SOU OF S
SI S PACKERS
Government Presents Doc-
umentary Evidence in
All LETTERS PRODUCEQ
AITF.MIT TO SHOW AMIS
WERE SIT AM) PlSlNEsS
APPORTIONED OX XON-
Sprcl! to I:t Stmt.
Chlcaso. 111. Ian. 2. Doument-
as fixed and business apportioned
on a non-competitive basis by pack-
ers at their weekly meetings was In
troduced by the government today it
the trial of the Chicago packers be-
fore I nlted States District Judge
Letters received b ttie manager
of the Armour Tacking company at
Kansas City during June. !M7 In
which accounts of beef to be shipped
to certain Eastern markets and thu
price to be charged were produced
by the government. The prices were
based on a margin of fifty cents on
the uniform test cost estimate used
by the paikers
SXF.AHS III HHlTF.lt
TO IIF. KFl XITHl
!!! In ity Ncw
Fort Worth. Tex.. Jan. 2. Mrs.
Lena Snead who It is alleged eloped
from Fort Worth with Albeit G.
Povcn lr.. was released to her hus-
band. .1. V.. Snead capitalist and
bank'T. according to tin Associated
I Pn.sa A ''mm f-K fr.n W'lnntimii Int..
1 1' " " " ...
" eccin. una wiui nim if ii n;r .vim
i n-aiiMis. accompanied by private
I he dispatch savs that Hoyeo will
j I" deportt-d later. It Is supposed
fna-i reienien irom nor
l S' lllwl. Mnlv m-fcnr. In n In
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tmiew with her husband Phe d-
chred that she would remain with
To Try Sensational Divorce Still.
Vllmlngton Del. Jan. 2 Th-;
milt of John Rancroft. II. son of
John Hancrott wealthy secretary of
the Joseph Tancroft tnd Sons Com-
pany textile manufacturers of Wil-
mington for a divorce from his wife
Madeline du Pont Rancroft. and the
counter suit of th? wife for divorce
win come up for trial In the superior
court here this month.
When the young husband fi!c-d suit
against his wife last sunnier It rre-
red In Delaware In years. Mrs. Ran-
croft. who is only twenty-three years
; ' '" -
In!'"' l"v '"""'""-
i In his suit the husband named Max
jlleiMer of Munich a frlen.l f the
'ccuple as co-rcsiondcnt. He called
the Infant son of his wife born last
I Al.rll Mnv It.'lt W lr lie a Inn ".im1i
I vvhlrh ; orn nor a ro.
gioo'ii not heme -itilte of a?e.
Placed in Santiago Prison
Where His Father Is
IU 'M 'tr. I'
Mevico ("itv Ian. 2.- ( harrel
w.th Implication In tl.e Ki'.uh revo
lutionary plan. Roi'olfn son of tlen-
eral llernardo Rcvcs was amatol
tills afternoon and pla cd in the San-
tiago military prison where his fatti-
er Is contlned Rodolf.v denies llN
guilt. The father is III today an I
unless he Improves will b rem vo !
to tho hospital tomorrow.
Twenty-two llelow nt Ij Sbelle.
Ry AH-air ?if
Gjeeley Col.. Jan. 2 - It was
tw-cntv-two bi'l ycro toilav at '.a
Shelle. Weld conntv tt'o record old
h re this winter.
IM.I t KY FLIGHT
I'jr Ak iinl Pic.
New Orleans La. Jan. I.
Robert G. Fowler's transcon-
tinental flight from Los An-
geles to New York was aban-
doned today according to an-
nouncement by Fowler's man-
aer. Fowler will make ex-
hibition flights on the crast.
Cheer Name of Bryan and
Declare Him Best
Ujr Aocitl Prcn.
Cclumbus O. Jan. 2. The Prog
ressive Democratic League of Ohio
was organized here today in a con
ference of Democrats with nearly all
counties of the state represented and
wttn the eloctlon or J. J. Lents for-
mer congressman as president.
Many conferees had Intended de
claring against presidential candidate
Governor Harmon and his name was
Resolutions were adopted to send
none but tried and true democrats to
he national convention.
The name of Rryan heralded as ih.
ablest to represent the prtigtesslvd
Ideals In the party was received with
applause. Mryan was named as tho
Democratic candidate most likely of
XF D. TOWX WANTS
P. Atiociktril Prrw.
Salt Lake City. I'tah. Jan 2
Metropolis. Nevada near this dry and
the Nevada-t'tah line was the first
city to bid for the proposed battle of
Jim Flynn and Jack Johnson for the
heavy weight championship
. CJMzrn of VetronHU jsjrr Ptn.
inorer Juck Curlev tonlunt. -sklnn
I that the bout be staeed there and
that Curley meet their representa-
tlves in Chicago.
hnrlet II. Ily.lo to the Dai.
New York. Jan. 2. The case of
Charles II. Hyde the former city
chamberlain who is charged with ac-
cepting a bribe to deposit city money
in the Carnegie Trust cotuparv. wa
called In the supreme court today
Loss of Half Million at Mid-
night and Still
Chicago. 111. Jan 2. hire start-
ing tonight in the packing bouses of
Swift & Company in the heart of
the Prion Stock Yards mar the
scene of the disastrous fire of a 'ear
huo at midnlvht is sH'1 burning. Tlu
loss Is nearly live hundred thousand.
Near the scene of to;.lght's lire Chief
I'oran and twenty-four fiteniM. lost
tlieli lives a vear aso.
IHM sE CHANGES II Mk
Sprnal to l.W Nmv
Plainview-. Tev. Jan. 2 Th"
Schick. Plainv lew's nri.uiiii reinforc-
ed concrete opera house liatujnl
bands this week. Dr. itallard of !l-
lelte exi hanged S sections of land
near Fort Stockton f.ir the property
vith Levi Sihltk the former owner.
Tie land was value dut arouin'. $!'.-
l;i.nN c an;
ROACH MEE'l's lul
I'y V h' 14I fi I l'fr.
I hoi-nix. Ariz. Jan. 2. The offi-
cial canvassing board will meet lu-o
tomorrow to canvass returns of th
first state election Tie wotk will
Ilr A'HUlr. l'icr.
Roiton. Mas.. Jan. 2.--Rev Clar-
ence V. T. Rlcheson collapsed this
afternoon when hi scounel broachisl
the snbject of his r-ent self-nut na-
tion in the prison cell The preacher
annot walk without assistance.
Seven Hundred Imperialist
Soldiers Revolt at
MFSSAGF. SKNT TO IMILWAY AC
Tllom riCS T Til X TSIX OF
IXTKXTIOX TO 1ILT
Ily V.w.Kiitfd Pirt.
Peking. Jan. 2. Seven hundred
imperialist soldiers guarding tho
Lanchau arsenal mutinied today.
Tl.ey have for some tlmo favored a
The commanding officers fled t
Kal Pin? and sent a message to ral'-
way authorities at Tien Tsln warn-
ing them that the mutineers Intended
to stop all railway traffic.
American Residents Safe.
By knociattd Prut.
Washington D. p. Jan. 2. Virtu
ally all American residents of China
were reported to the State Depart-
ment today ts safely located at treaty
FOR 1IAX YAXO FIGItTIXO
lljr Wcitni PrtM.
Washington. D .C. Jan. 2. Statu
Department advices make It appear
that revolutionists are responsible for
the renewal of hostilities at Han
Yang. It Is learned that Imperial
troops at that point were trying to
withdraw peaceably when they were
attacked by revolutionists. It Ib fear-
ed that gravest results may follow.
FtVOU ENGLISH TO
Sl ITLAXT CH1XESK
fly ocitnl Prc.
San Francisco. Cal. Jan. 2. Now
that a republican form of government
for China seems In sight leaders of
the revolutionary movement In thla
country are discussing plana for th
unification of th Chinese people.
I through the medium of a xinintn
Sentiment favors English to re
place a hundred or more dialects Into
an understandable language for the
whole Chinese people.
EAGLE LAKE CITI7.EX
COM MITTs Si KTI.K
Sprrial to Pi1y Xnrt.
Fagle Lake Tex.. Jan. 2. Kd T.
Evans manager of the Eagb- Lake
Motor Car company killed himself
last night In his room. The bullet
from a revolver struck Mm in the
right eye tearing away the front
part of the head.
Fv.ms was .'! years of nge and
came here from Now York. He left
no note. An empty envelope address-
ed to a lady at lirownwood was found
lvlng on the table near t'ue bd
lLsiry M. Flagler Is S.
New York. Jan. Herry M.
Flaaler. for many years one of tho
lontrolling factors in the Standard
Oil corporation rca bed his eighty-
second birthday anniversary today.
Mr. Flagler in naordance with the
ccstoni he has followed for many
years. Is spending the winter In the
South Later in the month he is to
be the central figure at the li- cel-
ebration In honor of the opening of
the ovirsea division of 'lie Florida
Fast Coast railway Mr. Flap'er h.
spent millions of dollars In the con-
M nut Ion of this line which will af-
fiiri direct comnuirilcatlrii lu-iweei
Kev West and the mainland.
To Elect OII10 Jamet Stnt..r.
Frankfort. Ky.. Ian 2 - The bien-
nial eslon of thi Kentucky legisla-
ture onven"d tod iv in the new cap-
itol A I nlt-d State senntr-r is to
be eleiteil to micceed Senator Thom-
as 11. Pavntor. I ut the eleetli n will
be a mere formality as tho Demo-
cratic mainrity Is bound to vote for
Congressman Ollie .lames who was
iinopnose) for the senatorship in the
Nov en her prmaries.
WE A THER
I'nsrttled weather Wednesday.
Yesterday's teni perat ure :
U 1 a. ni. ... I.' At 7 p. in. . . .
Maximum . .. 2 Minimum ...
IVM Max. ... 7 1911 Min. ..
Washington D. C. Jan. 2. Fo
West Teras: Fs.ir Wednesday and
Thursday. Not much change In temperature.
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