Amarillo Daily News (Amarillo, Tex.), Vol. 4, No. 5, Ed. 1 Friday, November 8, 1912 Page: 1 of 8
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AMARILLO DAILY NEWS
VOL. IV. NO. 5.
AMARILLO TEXAS FRIDAY NOVEMBER 8 1912.
PRICE FIVE CENTS.
AMARILLO DAILY NEWS FRIDAY NOVEMBER 8 1912.
STATES SWING TO
After Appearing to Be for Roosevelt
for Forty Hours Illinois Throws
Her Votes to Wilson
WILL SING TE DEUM
IN ST. SOFIA SUNDAY
Believe Turkish Forls Are Incapable
of Sustaining Defense Against
IE OF SENATE
fiOT VET SELECTED
CONCEDING ALL DOUBTFUL PRESIDENT-ELECT SAYS HE
STATES TO REPUBLICANS
RESULT IS SURE.
HAS NOT MADE UP
IS u m ffill Of PBPUHB HUE
B Awoclatrd PraM.
Washington P. C Nov. 7. Con
trol of I he 1' nltcd States seuate is
practically assured to the democrats
conceding to I Ik- republicans the leg
islatures of nil statea still In the
doubtful t'olutnn tho democrat will
have a vote of IS or half the mem-
ber nil I p of the senate with a demo
cratic vice president In chair to cast
the deciding vote In ratio of a tie.
Six states are yet to be heard
' i from. A senator from one of these
..... . i
inrtav nltkniioh rnuntine of ballot in several doubtlul states was will the ilie d"iiiorrain u elear ma
still under way.
STATES WHICH HAD BEEN CONCEDED TO BULL MOOSE
PARTY SHOW UP DEMOCRATICE WHEN
COMPLETE RETURNS ARE KNOWN
By Associated Prtit
New York Nov. 7. Uncertainty as to the electoral choice in
California and Illinois was the chief point of interest in election re
pi;o;ri:ssivi:s also FXPi:ni;i will taki: acation ihrini;
to co-oitratf. with rkmo.
4 'hath os a li- tariff
nii.xt two uf.kkh hit in:.
Ft MX TO TF.I.I. WIIFRF.
iif. is t;oix;
1'rlnreton. N. J.. Nov. 7. -Pr. sl-
i dent-elect WHhoii has not decided
upon the personnel of his future cab-
inet and intends to keep his miud
open on the subject a lone time
and lo end gossip ha Issued a
statement an lux that no announce-
ment will have the least authority
utiles made over bin own slgnatur
lie nays he has Hot discussed the cab-
inet Kith anybody.
That Illinois is safely in the Wilson column was indicated early
tonight. Wilson's plurality in California decreased during the day.
but gained tonight and his lead seemed safe.
After apparently holding Illinois for forty hours. Roosevelt lost
its twenty-nine electoral votes by the state overcoming his lead in
On the strength of incomplete returns of the popular vote for
Wilson Roosevelt and Taft. the estimate is made that Wilson will
not have a majority of all the votes cast.
Probably the combined vote of Taft and Roosevelt will be a
million more than that of Wilson.
The preliminary count of the popular vote gives Wilson 46 perj
cent Roosevelt 29 per cent and Taft 25 per cent.
The returns from Minnesota confirm the claim of Roosevelt
to its twelve electoral votes.
Nearly complete returns indicate that Wilson will win Iowa by
twenty thousand votes.
The victory of Wilson in New Hampshire did not carry with
it the control of the legislature which will elect a Republican United
Wilson has a safe lead in Oregon and Lane the Democrat ap-
pears to be elected United States Senator.
In Wyoming 310 precinct out of 472 give Wilson 10591.
Taft 10.528 and Roosevelt 4.624 The senatorial situation i in
doubt with the counties to hear from favoring the Democrats.
Roosevelt is holding his lead in South Dakota. The contest
for Governor is neck and neck but a Republican legislature appears
to have been elected.
Wilson will take a vacation within
jorlty and It Is possible their strength' nii!ght. but refuses to nay where
will be Increased. j ROing. He had a busy time
The doubtful Mates are Illinois (( correspondence today and
'Michigan. New Hampshire Oregon j r t.jW. stre.im of callers despite
Tennessee and Wyoming. ithe njt
i With the progressives holding the .
. t .1 111!.. . I 1 .. .. '
Mil. HI' e ol power in me Illinois ie
islamic it Ik probable that republl
cans and democrat will reach an
agreement and "iih elect one setia-
tor. lu addition to the aid of tho vice
president in nn emergency the demo-
crats will find willing co-operation
from the progressives.
Three or four prngreslsves ore al-
most as liberal in their tariff views
Hid other unesi ioiih an the democrats
:i:rni.i(; iiInii.im: tank
mi. i s tmri.i: nov
Detioit. Mich. Nov. 7.-- Three
boys were instantly killed and anoth-
er fatally injured and at least two
other seriously hurt when a large
gasoline tank on which they were
It in said fumes irom the tank
were Ignited from cigarette.
POWERS PHEPAHE TP PROTECT THE POPULATION
MAKE NO MOVE TOWARD MEDIATION ALL BONG ANX-
IOUS TO AVOID LEAST APPEARANCE OF
BREACH OF NEUTRALITY.
" l.rnex'tat llefruU l...ugvvo tli
MAY MM MINK Hi; 'l B AssorLwd Vr..
PRMSIItF.M'IAL t'.tIHIi I II Cincinnati o.. Nov. 7. An nnof-
- fidal count shows that Nicholas
V-mnwl l'tr I. on worth was defeated for re-eler-
lion to congress by a democratic with
2 vol en majority.
WILSON HAS RIGHT TO SE-
LECT MEMBERS FROM
ANY MINORITY PARTY
Bm '-'-J Pi
Washington. V. c Nov.
Sutements of Progressives that they
eipert representation on noa-partl-aan
government boards and commis-
sions has led to an examination of
laws. According to the general rule
Wilson will be legally free to
nelect members from any minority
FOR FRANK M'CIK
McKlnney. Texas. Nov. ".The fa
mous Frank McCue case came to a
clone Tuesday afternoon at 4 o'clock
and the Jury retired to deliberate at
When court convened Wednesday
morning at 9 o'clock the Jury an-
nounced ready to report and return-
ed a verdict of guilty as charged and
asseesed the punishment of the de-
fendant at a life term In the peni-
tentiary. Defense attorneys filed a
motion for a new trial.
FEDERAL GRAND JURY IN-
DICTS NEGRO ON FOUR
Chicago. III.. Nov. ". Jack John
son the pugilist was inaioieu toaay
by the Federal grand Jury charged
with violation of the Mann act
against transporation of women from
one state to another for immoral
Johnson wan indicted on four
counts and his ball was fixed at 130
The sped fie case against Johnson
In in connection with his alleged re-
lations with Hell Slprelber a Pitts-
burg white girl.
Lticile Cameron with whose ab-
duction Johnson is charged is held
as a witness In I1T..000 bonds.
Federal officers could not find the)
negro to arrest him tonight
New York Nov. 7. Comment on
the selection of a Republican vice
presidential nominee to receive the
twelve electoral votea of Idaho Ver-
mont and I'tali. hag brought out the
fa' t that several members of the Re-
publican national rnmmlttce favor
uoiulueu from one of those slates.
l.o F.RNMF.NT STII.I.
mitohi ci; i:ihf.nci:
London Eng. Nov. 7. Heavy firing all along the line of th-
Tchatalja forts is in progress and it is believed the Bulgarians haw
begun their main attack to break through the last lines of the Turk
and invade Constantinople a few miles away.
"We will sing The Deum of Thanksgiving in the Mosque of St.
Sophia next Sunday" boasted the Bulgarians.
It is believed that Tchatalja is incapable of maintaining a de-
fense against a vigorous assault.
Turkish forU of Scutari and Adrianople are making a stubborn
The report of the fall of the Turkish town of Alessio and the
port of Sangiovanni Di Medu.i on the Adriatic Sea has been con-
firmed. Preparations are continuing for the protection of the menace 1
population of Constantinople should the Turkish soldiers be drive t
The Powers have made no further move toward mediation all
seeming anxious to avoid anything having the appearance of a breach
The Balkan Allies insist on Turkey dealing direct with them.
The Servian Premier says the Allies will ask for the partition of
European Turkey leaving the fate of Constantinople to the decision
of the Powers.
II .k'i.'nl 1'irm
Indianapolis InJ.. Nov. 7- Four
Results of the election make tfcHinontha of activity on the part of la-
iVr leaders on the Tactile Coast pre-
way- W left! to the eWitrt - H'VuvW.'-i!'fl1 ' l of the lo.4 An
their votes for whom they want. Time actordlrc to infer and
i Vermis Introifuced today by thoi
Fori Worth. Tex. Nov 7. "H
Tuesday's election sounded the dfath
kri'dl of the fl. O. P. us many claim
the old line republicans the oues
who stood by Taft lo the finish will
vote a liemoeratic ticket. The I'ro-cri-Bslves
were the cautw of the Re-
publican downfall and will not re-
ceive recruits in the future from the
rank of the old liners "
This was the statement given out
yesterday 'by L. M. Parkley Fort
Worth's postmaster and one of the
warmest Taft Republicans in the
"I am Inclined to bcllew that the
i. (. P. will survive and regain iUi
lost prestige." the postmaster said
lint If it dies that statement goes
I have talked wltb number of
regular Republ'eans and they aer'-
with me n the matter.
government at the trial of 4.1 of the
;ieusei dynamite plotters
According to the correspondence
the men on the roast were lonstantly
in touch with the president of the
Iron Worker and oilier officers at
Indi.inupolis and elsewhere Tim
aovernment contemn mat uie icuer;. )n w
prove McNaniara's mission to I.n: .Vi llein Teas. Nov 7 The see
Angeleg wan known to numerous un-(1nd dn seion of the annual meet
CONFERENCE BUSY jREBFLS TIREITEII
mum ncDfirTi piihiiiiuii
II1JIUIIU ML! Ulil
IH. IEII I
SIX THOUSAND DOLLARS GOVERNOR TRYING TO
COLLECTED FOR STAM-
FACF. It At: ol
.11 M M i:
1 Ry k;iii P i
F.I Paso. Texas Nov. 7. Tho City
'i.f ci.il.iiiiliuu ih In a critical con.-
;ini! of the Noithw.-Kt Texas I onTer- on internally H as about tl.
jen f the M. K. church was taken I rtAl .Hpitol which Is threatened s
up with report from pastor of the n I1(.vt ujj.rtve point of the reb
els. The governor is trying to pre-
vent an overthrow of the constlt i-
'ty Avucilrl ftnt.
Wytheville Va . Nov 7 -Trial o!
the last of the Allen Cant charred
with the Millsvilb- i out ilitiiis.- aiisas'
iuntion began today.
Sidna Allni and Wettley Fdwards
who were captured in Iowa. er
brought before the bar
various i hurt hea in the conference.
Ir Sexioii. the agent for the rep-
r w ntative churth of Washington
was present and preached to an ov-
erflowing crowd Ilia work was
I lie bishop took up a collection for
he Stamford College and secured
m thousand dollars cash.
' All the pastors reported excellent
tional government. The former may-
or and council have been summonel
in court charged with being In sym-
pathy with the revolution. Thre
who were arrested for I.ese Majey
were freed by a jail delivery
Conference of Fniversity HeaiU
Philadelphia Pa. Nov. 7. Near-
ly all of the foremost educational In-
stitutions of the country are repre-
rented at the annual conference of j
tSo Atanrlatlnn nf American Cniver-l
.1.1.. hlrh ...emblerf toda at the i "l'- ' Krsonal friends
rnlwralty of Pennsylvania. The
conference will continue its sessions
nntll the end of the week.
Celebrate I'rleM't Silver Jubilee
I .St. louls. Mo. Nov. 7. Rev. Jas
IT. Coffey the smressor of Anhblsh-
op Marty of Manila. P. I. in
:he pastorate of St. lo'a church In
ith's city relebrated the silver Jubi
lee of his ordination to the priest-
hood today The provram opened at
in lork this niornicn with solemn
iln.'h mass at the chunb In the pr.-s-
i nee of a large audience. The Jui
ar.an was the celebrant and was as-
op C.l.-nnon presided and Rev. Kd-
warH .1 Shea preached the Jubilee
liemorraU Vrry Odoriwlo
Denver. Colo.. Nov. 7. Nine hun-
dred and sixty-four precincts In Col-
orado give Wilson M.f'C.4; Roosevelt
r..1 6" : Taft 41.4 7.1. The governors
rare sMnds as follows- Amnions 77-
costlgan 47..".S: Parks 3t.r. '
I i.tt.c. r::' ie s'aV' 'i'V'e' is undt'OU'el
v ' !
I Rank Of f l iaU on ITInl
New Orleans La. Nov. . Tha
rasn of Adam Waaatha. Joseph A
Comlla and Kuaene F. Ituhler form-
er officials of the Teutonla Hank of
this city wero called for trial today
Th- three defendants are charged
itii r-eiving deposn after the
vrV n kr.ov n tr t'e Irsojvonf.
Irrigation at San Marco
lo !ity Nn.
San Marcos Texas Nov. 7. --Much
interest Is being manifested in Irri-
tation projects In this section Sev-
eral plant have been Installed and
many others are to be put In opera
tion In the near future. Something
like 2'""0 acres near the San Mar
river are being Irrigated at tne
i present time ana Mr. J. It. Micpneru.
'nil nager of the Light and Power Co .
of this city has -nft acres under Ir-
ritation and Is working on a largo
pl.m' in order to supply the local
market and make shipments of vege-
tables. Mr. Shepherd's plant is busy
at all seasons and he state that
some of Ins land Is renting as Jilsh
is fl'- no per acre. This is only one
of 'he towns in this section that is
beginning to realize the importance
of Irritation which is proving so
proflt.il!.' to the farmer
limn rig in Clierokr. ('.'
Washington. M C. Nov. . The
rlehts of Mow Cherokee Indian freed-
nien to lands valued at from $j."H.-
oof. to jr.n.non.nrin ro involved in
the ae of the Keetcewah Society
not others against the Secretary of
the Interior which came up for
hearinir today twfore the Supreme
Court of the IMstrlct of Colnmhlr
The Kcetiewah are f ull-hlooded
Cherokeea. who object to the freed-
ii n p.rti'-ipafing In th- d''rl'. -iHo i
' ' ! tribal a"S '
AOIlk UIH.INS ON
ON NIIW ol 'Iff Hot SI.
Cleburne. Texac. Nov 7 - W ork
n Jnnnqnn rouniv s new nii"i"'
has begun the f.rst shovel of
tming thrown by J H. Ilavnes
The copper tiox form the
stone of the old i out house
lss.1. which was biirn.il.
moved this nioriiiiii'. and
tnents examineil Th
ed a silver half doll.H. :
CAN H N STFAMKR
IXST OS tUXTvS
reanlts In their work during the past
t:t ssNs (ONUKMN wTw
MI TINHURS in m:Tllj QuebiH?. Nov 7. With 500 steer-
Jage passengers and the crew still on
board the Canadian Northern stean-
tut ilt in
It) 't-l lir.
Setia-Mopol. Itilbsia. Nov 7 - The
Itiihsian naval court sentenced sev-
i. ni. -.-n sniiors to death au.l lUh to
was re jiinpi iHonui. nt for eight ears for In-
1 1 COII-isMimi nm mill my ill the Rr.HSiaii fleet
box contain- '
I NNIs liisTM ivn.i:
lar. a silver dune four copper renin
a copy of 'h" Cleto 'tie ( hrotiicle. t'
liiinitier of letters .etc.. deposit
by Judge Adams the judre at
ol l.l sill. . oi I H II
er. Itoyal Gorg. tonight remalne.1
fast where she went agrouud lst
nU-hf a mile east of here on the St
Lawrence river. A heavy gale and
sea interrupted the work of tra-.s
f.-ring the passeucert.
llnius. 'Ie.i. Nov 7 Postmaster
II Culver who was an ardent bull
moose supporter posted the follow-
ItnM-bnll Sea-M.n lU-gin. April lo
New York Nov 7 The major
league baseball season f ' I W1"
begin on April 1 Seleitlon of tlii"
date was annoumeil lui- as the re
sult of an agreement between Presi
.1..- t w ..... f..t.tuii u tin uiiil.ri
-in. i... ie ii mm
th national aia-ernetit ar.- authoriz-
ed to determin ii..s st.ir'ini! p"n' f"'
thw framing of schedules
I KINNFV MAV RH I IRst
TO RKNFUT RV AM4NMMFNT
lug notice III rrolit Of tile postotlice
tiuildlng Tuesday morning. "For
s.il- one postufflce In good condi-
tion Nn Republican t I apply "
HI I litis I'WMUNT of
IN1I RFST ON sl IH MM.
At 7 a m ... 4 1 At 7 p. m.
Maximum ..7.1 Minimum
I'.Mt Max r.n 1911 Mln.
MrKlnney. Texas. Nor. 7 In tho
lection the voters gave a majority
of nearly four and a half to one
In favor of the proposed commission
form of government. th vote being
Hi for and t J c.i:t ' Commis-
sioners elected: 11. A. Flmh. m.iv
i v; l. i"t l I M .--I'
ll i I. t'
Texas. Nov 7 - News of
of Lan- ( omtnis-
i he re.ent nil. ng
ioii.t Itobison regarding the post-
ponement of forfeitures for non-pay
ment of Interest duo on school land
was gladly received In this section
Mr Robison recently made a trip
through this country and by requeat
if a number of settlers in West Texas
deferred payment from November 1.
I ' to August 1 lf11. It Is re-
ared that the Thlrty-'hTd legisla-
ture w ill consider etia. ting Wlslatio.i
p m M.is ta.V. t at I h" '!!' ;M
Washington. 1. ('.. Nov. 7. West
Texas Fair Friday and Saturday
Tex Weather YeMenlay
North --Clear and rool no r:i.
South Clear and cool no rain:
Fast Clear and roo no rain t -m-peraturo
West Clear and pleasant no r iii
Central - Clear and rool no init
te.j .ier -.-iro 70.
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Greer, Hilton R. Amarillo Daily News (Amarillo, Tex.), Vol. 4, No. 5, Ed. 1 Friday, November 8, 1912, newspaper, November 8, 1912; Amarillo, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth297894/m1/1/: accessed May 20, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; .