Brownsville Herald, October 11, 1910

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October 11, 1910

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Brownsville Herald (Newspaper) - October 11, 1910, Brownsville, Texas ITHE*i* A AJSL^ . VOL. XVIII. NC 280BROWNSVILLE. TEXAS. TUESDAY. OCTOBER ll. 1910 SINGLE COPIES 5 CENT S STILL PURSUING THE DYNAMITERS suo«l by the employment aK«*Bei<as affa* ki t) he |m*1 it*** with stones VV ti * Mi tin* officers attempt***! to disperse Ihem. many p<*rmin« were wounded, but th** iiuint***r of casualties is not kiltie ii. ST. LOUIS HAS HER TURN NOW TIES UP PARIS FIRES ARE NOT CHECKED AS YET HW I IIW< IN< <I Ft i:\lslll s in inni m.»■: ('u k. 11 \ IMIHII.n HH Mi i\ ntxiikxili.f mink. < tiff* et». of I Im* Presidio THI of lh* na iii ii e HI «den I M»in There, VI* t Im Mi^ Ii \ t*arliv \ aluatili1 XX «*re I WI. lid11<iii**iif' OH. ll sidio a av «* a for Hu* I .os Associated I'rt ss. San Francis* o. (’alif Army officers ai iii** Br new turn to tin* bunt Angeles dvnantiters yesterday. when they laid before the * ivil authoriti* * their find iii KS in the investigation I the disappearance from tile reserva lion of quantities «»f dynamite, four days before tin* Times building was dest roved. Twenty stick* of dynamite, tilt' feet of fuse anti half a box til percussion caps uere stolen from til** Presidio quarry. With the explosives were severs! expensive instruments but none of then* were dis-ttubed It is the belief of lie* officials that civilians are r«*spt»nsible for the theft and that tin* dynamite which was *t*ileii As rom iii** uork Imik uas carried off insult cases by probably three men and conveyed to one of til** nor!ti shore wharves u bere it could easily have been muuy.Kie aboard a vessel. Associated Pi** St ark viii**. < four hours ston whict* o do., aft' Oct. ll r th** ■ I bu tic point <.i i Ni. <.o\ i i:\miat €«IC VIM \ LIV OKO IMZING I filing of < 'n bim*! otlins l-> Iii** I ••• - I»<>I (Mill VV OI k Now .lo****    I!*** H«* VV ill I *i’< d i;i Ii I \ IU* I inuit* e XlinK-ler. I N I I I Ii n| \ I |;s (I«in| K To I. V UN- I VII Jilt V \N, If'TegMit s im lo * . hi Pan- linen* ail Ctiii\{itNs Sa) Ii 1*> 11 in* lo Mopping lr* aln*. VV itll I omit fie**. Associated Press. Lisbon, Get ll The p*»rv binna! government is proceeding steadilv u it It the develop!)!* tit of lls officii* family. Some changes iii the cabinet us at first annotine***!, will be nec**> gary. Bra/ill** Telle.' has decline*! the |M>tifolio of finance ami iii** tin ties of this post ll ate Ie ell ll It .I* taken temporarily by Foreign Min it ter Machado Eventually .hts,* It** las will probably Ie* appointed to tins otic e. At V* Ste lated Pe TSS. New York. Oct. ll ,?j isiii which was tendered them today upon their return from Buenos Ay res. Xrg- ut Ina, ;he ti the Tinted States to the re en* \ ti t olifer eluent tic** din I tim KOI (.ll (.I KM W MINI ICN All ok Pollee With n|. ms in Hem* «»ii*«t rat it OI. Associated I’rt;.? Ketiisi’held. I'ms* ia. Od ll lilt* mun is w btl made a demonstration today against the new blo kil t i •man the advau long tr* a* States into eloper n-l: tie* Fat in-A nmriea I * uniformity in cotisuki. probably I»* im mg Ile* bt* ing out of tie* congroid, gate* w bo .«*t ‘tided tie wet** Henry 'Anil**, form • ador I** Franc *. I *****f .h Moore, <Tdumbta I utv I*.iv i«J Iv iii ley. * niveis tv aud Lamar (panlo *»f N* vv ('ii Se»t*ral other mentis*! * of tie* gat urn will r.*' M r I home later. I rem Pi n- tliat I 'lilted Tilt Im bn Las.-* **itv, Pro of Utile* ii St. Clair Ideal Wood Stoves Unexcelled in Qual ity and f inish Sizes und Prices lo Meet all Demands Fire Rinks (marmired la Hears Hicks Hardware Company I Results at Mission Five hundred acres of cotton ju^t picked averaged one bale per cere. Five hundred acres are now being planted to Dry Beans, which will be harvested in Line to plant winter truck crops. < (H.dNI I. I LOONEYKFT KF Af IIIN THI ILL ON IIIN Id! IL. Their € «I ii a* .ta Indicate* 1*1 in I 11**) Hied ln*»tanlly«— ltc«d of lh** ll* ti* i«*«» Vol l.ikclv To ll** I nun*I n«:mii. Fifty * yp! » * St.uk-(Vdora- v ill** min**, belonging to tit*' ii*. Fuel and Iron Company, entombing mure than fifty men, til** first bodies tit viniurn wet** found by tin* sear* liers. Two men were It .ca ted at S.fin o’clock tills morning. 12**** feet from tin* intuit It of I ti** mine anti ut Ti.SO o’clock, eight more were found. The condition of the bod I es indicates that the men were killed distantly. Several were badiv burn.**l but nolle were disfigured beyond identification. President Welbern of the company stated that lit* did not believe any more (todies would bt* fount] very k kid Lor Ii** reason that the rest of the imprisoned men were ocattered throughout th** various workings of (lit* mine, engaged in impair vv bl k. \KUS FI \n11J s. Associated Presa.    1 Halbur. Texas. Ort ll. \f!er a' two days* session, th** Association of National Past*uger Agents adj turned with Jacksonville. Florida, as tit** (Missaid** meet tug plate of th** next <*oiivent iou. Til** officers elected were:    President.    L. VV. Humphrey, St Paul: Secretary Treasurer. Gordon Noble. Thiladeiphta ; X’ice-Pres! -dent Arthur Hall, Hulias The nre.s-id* ct will apptont the new executive ct * in nit I****. Washington, IL (let. Ii. — A conspiracy tm the part of iii** railroads to deprive western grain *diio-lh is of th** advantage of cheap water traitq*ortation anti t«i *!riv«* Ti,* grain Irauspoi tat iou business rrom tl»«* great lakes iv charged in a petition filed today w itii tin* Interstate Commerce C 'nimision by the (’bungo Hoard of Trade. TI \< IMM. I IIL M MI. M W St bool for I ((st cill I ion al Piss! a I Convention. Kau bud# Four <1 Press. i City, Od. ll if instruction were opened today iii connect iou with the convention of tilt* Poll th West Portal Asso-iatlon in session li«*re. Th** scil *ols are lor tile inst ru* Hon of lost master*, railway post il clerk*, city csir-ries and rttral delivery ca Triers. A dis* fission of the civil service was one of the Important feat ti re* of th** convention today. IL \ILK<» I .< in I Oklahoma lload** 'lu-t IJcpitl Physical Valuation. Ai mm latetl Pr« ss. Guthrie. Okla., Oct. ll.—The State Supreme Court today dismissed the appeal of the Oklahoma rail- NOKTHLItN BAKKO \H si III H-I I.I n HIK CHIPP!,Kl*. XNOTIILIL TOWN W \n IU UNI B X FSTF.KHAV. CONTINUES HIS TRIUMPHS I Tileciainctl al llt«*i*kfa*.( am] Lim-«li«*t»n. and Make* Tin**'** tilt Ii* *<•»•****» — II.i*» I ailli iii “Likts-ltMiiiir’ I bap Waterway. Trains IL tinning Only t«» Calais and ( o|«»gn<-—At (^ «»I \ eden* «*——ti ti-italy in ( barge *»f Bond—Trouble i*. A lieut Wage**. Ars*** int* ti Press. St. louis, Mo., OH. ll. The compt**!itili of the entire “Lakes-to-tJulf” tl**ep waterway project was prophesied by Theodore lt«M*seveIt in the speech whit ii lit* iiiatl** today at tile breakfast given by the Business Men's League of st Louis. Colonel Roooevelt said that Ids grandfather’s brother built th** tits! steamboat t«» go down tile Mississippi river and on its first trip it encountered an earthquake. “There are people in my own city especially tuose who reside iii tile shadow of Wall Street w ho feel that there is a certain appropriateness in having an earthquake when a unose-Htv goes anywhere, esp«*Hally west • if th*- Alleghenies.' he (Hint inned. Til** Colonel sail! he felt absolutely certain tiiat the “Lukes-to-Hie-Gulf” deep waterway project would bo * o to pl* * t cd in I line. all bough it is nee* ssary for it to go slowly. Colon**! It«ms**vet r«*n« lied St. Loiii-* from H*it Springs early today. Ho was met by Governor Hadley ami a reception committee from iii** Business Men’s League. Ile is expected to stay here until tomorrow morning. After breakfast he was taken for an auto ride through Forest Pars aud then was the guest of bon n ai a luncheon given by (lie Traffic Club. This afternoon lie Visited the aviation field. spoke at Clayton. St Louis county, and addressed til** school • hildr* ti at the Fair Grounds park. Governor Hadley will give a private dinner to Mr. Itoowcvelt tonight. His principal address will be* given at th** Coliseum tonight, (ti: leaving St. Louis tomorrow inornin** Roosevelt w ill go to Peoria, Illinois. • l*» Im* tile guest of til** Knights of (*olu minis Associated Press. Pans, (let. ll Til** Northern I sipped is seriously aff****!***! th if morning by a -brike of employees ai several points. The strike threatens to lie* nine general. Many men who cease*! work are holding union meetings ami ii is said that those still employed await word to go out. when the complete av (tem will Im* tied up. By ll o'clock this morning the tieup of Hi** system was practically .oun’etc. At that hour old yti.t* trains for Calais and of log no wert* moving1. Military engineers 'have been called iii to replace the strfk-* rv. but tIi** number is inadequate l«» restore the running schedules. Several acts of violence occurred before daybreak. At St. Quentin the tracks were torn up I .oco iii ti yes cal I cled ai Terefriner an I ob**! meted the ii . in track Military J irres he.* taken |Misses(ioti of several stations ami have been pod***! along th** road to protect railroad property. The strike dev eloped over night ami took th** company aud th** public ny surprise. There lins I teen iii feeling on th** part of th** eiiiidoyees for some time. owing to th** refusal of the railroad to increase tile wages of the men. It was learned that at St. I ten is, ;»:.(» engineers out, of a total of ti no refused to man their engines. At tut Chappelle, ffu per cert of th** men struck. At gome depot .**•» |»er cep! of the employees failed to report tor duty. Inquiries of lints iffier than tit** Northern, both -tat** ami private, developed th** existence of a decided strike sentiment. I ire Hangers Hat** Local* ti I;pi Bollies. Ile* overed IMI hiiiI Identified (ill. ILes*'ii«> Work NI«»pp**i| Temporarily. Waiting for ILeiii- foM-cuieill**. Xssociatod Presa. Brainerd. Minn. Huson, a small sn * *»»*? of Beaufet Ie VISIT San Benito (Vt. IL- Clem feint rd ten ,<i Irs and »n Hie rail road, hurtled yesterday. Tho fire is working east along both sides of Itainy Liver Iowans International Falls. ► ILuiny Liver, tnt It Vt various points in Iii** fore (I fires’ scene, between VYitrroad. Minn, ami Lain* Liver, reports to the fire rangers ie (ficaI** that HSP Ii albs have bee:    lo cated (ll these HO have bomi re itV ere hut only (IO identified. While th** tires can lie seen ii way I * the cast ami southeast, their progr *ss i.» not dungeons to human life. T il** fir** rangers here complained of tile heat of til** surf it** and th* gases arising therefrom proceeding far into th** mantes of charre*! tree limbs and burned underbrush. Hu-air in tit** devastated district is still smoky, no further attempt will Ie mad** to locate the hod** » until further re itiforcemeuts aul relict’ are secured . NIHILL FA TUT < \ IL. nix i car (IPI K**> Injured. Nei iou**!?. No! t I Ani n III I ll IIN. Nill CV C|M#ft nImiws .i gain coni. | **“|* The I per Associated Press. Washing!on, ll. tv. OH. II. **<*iitits upturns give I.oiiisvilie ii'js, ait im reuse «*f IP,IPT *»r P. cent over 2»M,73l In I Poe. Shreveport. Ll., has 23,ole, an i ii -crease of I2,0(*2 or *.» per <***-ii I over I <1,(113 iii I Pod. t'liarlotte, N (’., has 34,«*ll ami Lexington. Kv., 2.%,opp. Associated Lr* ss. Salem, Mass., (Kl. II - Mrs. Taft was un anxious visitor to tie* Salem Ii spital today, where Wilton! Frow ell. six years • * I<I ,the son «»t XVIIIiaie Crowell of this city, lies suffering from bruise* aud cuts received yesterday when struck by one of the White House automobiles. Th** authorities assured Mrs Taft that iii** Ihi) is in no danger. The a* laden! occurred vv hen Mrs. Taft was returning from Boston, According to Hi** chauffeur, lavtig, th** car t tinning at in (derate speed, vv Ii* it the boy suddenly dashed from th** el** trie car track directly in front of th** machine. I t in X NKI LUS I I I.I.FIL Slvll’N W ll ll I I Min. THE LARGEST NEW TOWN - in the Lower Kb Grande Valley Ten Thousand Acres of Growing Crops to show you. Thousands of acres now cleared aud made ready tor winter crops. being Largest irrigation Canal iii the State NEW RAILROAD I he San Benito aud Rio (Grande Valley Railroad is now in course of construction over the Sau-Benito tract. It will leave no farm on the entire tract more than a mile aud a half from transportation. When completed the farmer will he able to ship the products of his farm direct from the field to northern market. POINT ISABEL ROAD (intkl Auto Road to the Bull 'I his has just liven completed. Follows a liijjli line straight to the (*ulf. An hour’s trip by auto from San Benito to Point Isabel. Most convenient way to the sea shore for all the up-valley country. Many improvements niade^iu town. Two modern brick school buddings one to cost $17,500 now building. Electric lights, city water, cement sidewalks, three churches, good stores. Farm Land and City Property on Reasonable Terms San Benito Land & Water r AI BN HEYWOOD, President Brownsville'Office:    1.V12    1-2    Elizabe! (•HHH ii n Flit* ;ieo, (»f ll What is suit! to lit* a r**c«»r*l for th** trial of a criminal c.iw* iii t’hica.io < ice tiros! in Ji«ii*- Iv av: i.aiN I- > foeti y*-t«*r day. Forty minutes after Sylvester Sadow ski's < as** was tailed th** defendant was oil his vv ay to JoilH It* serve a tw«*iity-v«*ar s«*nt**u*«*, .1 jury having Im-«ii picked, th** testimony and cross-examination co n bided, arguments made ami a verdi**! returned in that tim**. Sh Ado w ski was charged with attacking two girls. Wilson Kiiiiis, Itlilefe 'la ii, \ ppr«>pi'in!«*» Hank’s Money. ami No; i« i> X.Ml.IMMI «,| Waynesburg. 1***1111.. Oct. ll. James Montgomery i( found of corn on th** ear. and running short of adjective* to describe his fond ness, said Ii** could eat hts leu itll in til** succulent ears. His friend* made him prove it, ami last night he disposed of t birteen ears, w hich were nee* s-sary to make up Ills six feet thr«*<* indies in height. Associated Press. I•**s Angeles, Calif., 0**1. I I Wilton Fvany, retching teller for the Farmers ami Merchants National Bauk tailed t > report for duty at th** cml of a two weeks* vacation ami a preliminary invest Ration of his honk* revealed irregularities which according to (’ashier Sevier. amount to several thousand dollars. The irregularities cover a period * * f several months ami if is estimated that tin* total sum is aoproximntc-ly # ••*.Olin. Th** mis aug man was well known in athletic ami circle*. the council DISTRICTS CREATED 111 * tit M IL. IN* l l HI TW IAI y < TTI BLOCKS. ILL WINS IO BE ELMEN l.cv'V. \\ - Ii i jig 11 ii, Lf ii rd ami Tiiir-tcelilli Sire* Is, I Im* IldiilMliiiies *»t I lie 'Ivv** His||*i<‘ts. ( ily \tloilM*> <.!»«•> ( Ipilli**!) * 111 N.iI*hi|| (litchi ion. NI I |\(. WnIIIM.IOV lliiniaii* (’«* ii I*** • **:i*«* 11«* J* *g;*t* *s \\ oi k l*»r a Lid*-. Quit At til** regular meet lug last night tile city coun* ii followed up the si«b‘ walk ordinance recently adopted by t Pit! burg. Ort. IL- The -spirit of tin* uplift in lins city is now directed toward th** women and ilieir housekeeping abilities. Th** action of the domestic science committee of til** schools in MoK«*esp rt last night. iii establishing classes iii cooking V asocial od Presa. Washington, ll. t\, Oct. II. The delegates to flu* International Humane Conference abandon***! work this morning to indulge in sightseeing, and a caravan of aiitouodiil**s took them t > point* of interest around til** national capital. The lait! for proK|M*etive brides. |s expected I *» second day’s session convened this in id result in an Increase In matrimonial ventures in that eity. Th** committee ut ton application of a number of mothers with eligible daughters announces that the r oking department of the schools will he thrown open for night classes for youn; women who will pay the nominal sum of 2.“» cents for ten lessons. Almost simultaneously and but a few miles away, in this city, a number of women organized *1 House- afternoon, over which J. A. Bluffer, former president of the Louisiana Society for th** Prevention of (’rm*l-ty to Children presided. The principal work today was th** eonsidera- walk? lion of various methods used for Ltyve< protecting children in foreign coun tries. >, ac-ih tell .♦•vee st reds. Ii* lots rn. 7 2. th** Tenth. loB\< < <1 ANH oil, < \nLn PONT PON ll). This plan of crop diversification enables the farmers to make potation commission requiring re .    .    .    .    i i    mitts    <    *    ti    th**    phy*    cal    valuation    *»t three crops in twelve months on the same laud. r«»atL from the ord< rot th** Kl** cor- , ,„.r , Flub. to carry «»ut a plan to supreme Knit! Put* Them Off Within thirty days our entire irrigation system will Ik* complete and two more pumping plants will l>c in operation which insures ail abundance of water for irrigation. on railroads. Th** court held til** order bual and binding and the state constitution allows 11*1 appeal on orders of that kind As the matter now standr. the railroads must make re-l>orts. While in the Valley do no! fail to visit the livest town with the best surrounding farm development XI I I IL XI x M I I. solve the servant girl question. A committee was appointed to devise ways and means to get good servant girls and keep them after they were * aptured. Dunkirk. N Y , Ort. ll. When the «ii gilt int of a Lake Shore passenger train alighted from hi* engine here last night he found a dead man Hitting on the pit *t. From palters found <tn the body* it is believed to Xii***- ti*** < liri«.tmu*. Bec** eminent IU*i|toiled it. I mil («**\ - Associated Presa. Washington, 1>    <’..    Oct.    ti. XX'lien Supreme court of the Fluted States tn**t today, the Tobacco Trust case under the Sherman anti-trust act was re-assigned for argument n Januarv 3. This was done at the re ly passing another establishing sidewalk districts am; specifying kin*] of walks aud « ti rigs to be in ca* ii. District No. On*', includes ;ilt in Mocks .*.7, . 1 x. ILL, (II, cording to tile Lyon’s map, v* arc the -dx blo**I s bounded by I 13th, Washington aud Du ti District No. Tun hiclmlis m mocks ll .7** :»I. r*2, ♦it;, <*7, i»s, tiff, 7»>. 71 and I 4 blo* ks bounded by Lev*-* Washington aud Third >tr**ets. Ti»** ordinance prescribes that all in both dial refs, frontng on Elizabeth and WasUitygton st!*♦*«*<s sitiil liav* of ten f»*et from to the outer edge of the curb, while those *>11 the numbered streets must have a uniform width of (i\ feet. In district Number One. however all walks shall have a solid cement sul fa* «* from the outer edge *»f iii*-curb to til** property lim*, while, in the second district. a1! walks fronting on Levee, Washington ami Hliza- preselit to meeting. Kew.iiski, Nido nj fro, More XI* Gary, Fain and feting City Attorwy t’*»ie iug < ’I• i k K. Kowalski were last night, -■ I ie ap;*! OV ,1 I of ti tie* prev'iouflrh !*on«i t * * r Sni.ono presented !>y the I ir National Bank, which was se- I* < t* ii at the last meeting to be Hie ♦ ity depositary, was approved, as r° 1 ,flr- by Acting City Attorney (’ole and in amount by Mayor Kow-uLki, a required by law. The bond :** sign**! by S. I,. Dworman, E. I*. (’«»!!!lie, A. A. Browne, (\ p. Combe Adolfo Garza and John t I os rn* r. JiiNf why tm* city* authorities can tak.* no a* tion upon the petition presented last Monday by a nuiuln-r «*i th** business men of Elizabeth str«* t in lh** matter of the of saloons on that hhx-k, palsied !>> Xltorne** foie t«> i ii* Tease was **x-^tiom • he p* i ii i«in (tad !>eeti referred. Fit-*i< r Hi*- statute, lie said, iii any* city, town or vilalge, not under focal op-fi**n. one license may be grunted to • ♦< ll •'►tm inhabitants, the population to l»** based upon the scholastic • census multiplied by six. Iii such it ie*, towns, etc., any* person may obtain a license on his petition merely by showing good character, *v itll the restriction, that if tim block upon which it is desired to establish a saloon contains more bona fide res-a uniform width id* net s than business houses, or if th*- proper!v line a school or church is on the block 'ne application mart be aceompanieu by a petition signed by a majority *d the Imna tide householders. lf fie- buick is vvittiiii a residence distil!. a license can not be granted for a saloon within 300 feet of a school or church. Aa none of Hies* restrictions apply in tile pres- • fit ens**, Mr. < ’ole sa iii, there is no quest of the government. The Stand-X ''•I  .....  Lot    I    llg    lie-    Xii*    -t    i    ai    ,    .j    , \ Brock anj <Mjj    for ton. a former coroner, Kinncv prole on November I i* was also r**-as-ably was killed while crossing the nlgned for a bearing on January 3. tracks.    ---- beth str***ts snail have a curb six inches thick and a solid cement wa Is five feet wide, to be placid equidistant between th** curb line and the property lint* and, on th** numbered st 1 eels. a « urb *»i and a solid walk similarly placed. f the same thickness thr«*** feet wide, All walks must Gibraltar. Mission Land Improvement Company Mission, hidalgo Co., Texas «\.-so*Tate*! Br**-> London. Oct. I I A news despatch from Gibraltar saw that mis-picious appearing Portuguese who came direct from Lis lion has been arrested at Gibraltar. Since toe arrest special pecan! ion* have been taken to guard King Manuel sWII Xt«*) Nil XKI s. Nt.ili«ui*-is Meel iii Bolti»n*»re Baltimore, Md., OHL IO. Baltimore will entertain this week the annual convention of the National Association of Stat! tiers and Manufacturers.    , Santiago. Tuba Oct.’ ll.—A severe earthquake was felt here at titre** 0 * lock this morning. Great alarm was caused but no damage was done. conform with th** specifications s**t forth in the general sidewalk ordinance. Ail that is needed now to put these two ordinances intr* effect is th** passage of another making th** laying of the sidewalks in these two distrb ts obligatory and failure to comfily w it ii iii** ordinances a misdemeanor. This Attorney Cole >.aid he will way of preventing the granting of til*1 license. Regarding the petition asking permission lo establish a meat ma u w* st Brownsville, also referred to ii im tor an opinion, Mr. Cole said that sinh permission cannot he granted under the present market ordinance. Even if the ordinance u* re repealed the market farmer would have to be dealt with as he ha; a vested right in the revenues from such a source. Mayor Kowalski presented the following communication to the council: I Continued on page 6) 1 ;

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