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   Brownsville Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 11, 1910, Brownsville, Texas                                VOL XVIII NC 280 STILL sued by the employment agencies attacked lie police with stones When the oflicers attempted to dis perse them many persons were wounded but the number of casual ties is not known BROWNSVILLE BROWNSVILtE TEXAS TUESDAY OCTOBER 111910 SI LOUIS HIS HUD STRIKE FIRES HUE U i V I W SINGLE COPIES 5 CENTS PRAXCISCO FfHXISHHS CLlK HOUIKS KOVND IN STAKKVIIXf MINI Oftlccrs or the Preiiilio Tell of Dy namite Stolon Prom There Al though Valualilo Instruments Wore Left Thoir Condition That They Died of the Hful is Xol Iikcly To He found Soon Associated Press San Francisco Calif Oct Army officers at the Presidio gave a now turr to the hunt for ilie Los Angeles dynamiters yesterday when they laid before the civil their findings in the Inveslisutlon of Associated Press Starkville Colo Oct four hours aftr the explo sion vhicii in Ihe Sturk vile mine belonging to the Colora nel and Iron Company entomb inorn than fifty men the first I5HACHKS I ox NTS TO en XORTHKIiX KAILKOAI AUK ClilPlI SCHKD CONTINUES HIS Cnlertiiinod r rtreukfast anil lun clicijii inn Mnkos Tlnfc Addresses riitli in LiiIciSIOGilll Deep Waterway Associated Press St Touis Mo Oct completion of the entire Lnkesto tult deep waterway project was prophesied by Theodore Roosevelt in tiou of ciiiantltles of dynamite days before the Times building was destroyed Twenty sticks of dynamite fifty feet of fuse and half it box of per cussion caps were stolon from the Presidio quarry With the explos ives wore several expensive instru ments but none of them were dis turbed It is the belief of the otlic ials that civilians are responsible for the theft and that the dyna nvite which was stolen from Uie work box was carried off insult cases by probably three men and convey ed to one of the north shore wharves where it could easily have been smuggle aboard a searchers I wo men were located at irti oclock tliis morning 12HD feet from the mouth of the mine and at fau oclock eight more were found The condition of the bodies cates that the men were kild Stantly Several were badly but none were identification the company si Trains liiinning Only to Calais iincl ot itary in Clnugi of is About Associated Press Paris Oct Northern ralhoiul is seriously affected this1 morning by a srilOof employees at several points The strike threat ens to become general Miny men who censed work are holding union HKotings and it is said that those still employed await word to go out VISIT A XOTIIK I TCHVX IJlliXIOI disfigured in burnid beyond believe found vessel any more bodies would be very soon for he reason that the rest of the imprisoned men were scattered throughout the various workings of the mine engaged in re pair work Pilling of Qihiiut Ollices Is the 1m1 liortiint lose ItcvHS1 Will Irohiilily Ic Minisj ter i STATUS CIOSKi TO Dtlegnlcs to Iti Congress Sny ping Tromirs PallAuHriciin Due t Sliip Huitcis Associated Press Lisbon Oct porvisiomii government is proceeding steadily with the development of its ollicial family Some changes in the cabinet sary the portfolio of linance and the du ties of this post have been uiulir taktn temporiuily by lAmign Min ister Miichado Eventually Kt vas will probably ue 10 this office I Associated Perss i New York Oct At a lunch eon which was tendered them today upon their return from LSuenos Ay as at first announced will be necesj os ihe ileKgitcs from Bravillo Teller has decline j states to the reent Amcriciin conference decisive that Ihe advancement of American ship j ping is ha tniled flutes into closer nilh tin LathiAnKruai POIIIHI rrd uniformity in consular service will j probiildy IM inning ih biiiiiis ginu ing oil of the The dele IhLbreakfast given by Ihe Uusiness Mens League of St Louis Colonel Roosevelt said thill his grandfathers brother built the lirst steamboat to down the Mississippi river and on its lirst trip it encountered an There are people in my own city especially tnose who reside in the shadow of Wall Street who feel that there is a certainappropriateness in having an earthquake when a jioose eitv goes anywhere especially wcsr of the Alleghenies he continued The Colonel said he felt absolutely certain that the Lakestothe Gnlf deep waterway project would be completed in time although it is necessary for it to go slowly Colonel ItoosHet reached St Louis from Hot Springs early today He was met by Governor 1ladloy and a reception committee from the Bus iness Mens League Me is expected to stay here until tomorrow morning Aster breakfast he was taken for an auto ride through Forest Parii and then was the guest of honor all a luncheon given by the Trallic Club This afternoon he visited the avia tion field spoke at Clayton St Louis county and addressed the school children at the Fair Grounds pnrk Governor llaciiey will give aj private dinner to Mr lloosevell loj night His principal address will he i given at the Coliseum tonight On i leaving St Louis tomorrow mornin i i ioosevet will go to 1coria Illinois I to be the guest of the Knights of when the complete system will be tied up liy 11 oclock this morning the ticup of the system was practically uivipiee At that hoiror trains for and oClogro were moving jMijrtary engineers have been called in to replacethe strik ers but the number is inadequate to restore the running schedules Several acts of violence occurred be fore daybreak At St Qnentin the tracks were lorn up Loeomtives collided at Terefriner an i obstructed tins track Military lnrces taken possession of several staiions and have been posted along the road to protect railroad property The strike developed over night and took the company aul the public liy sur prise There has been ill feeling on the part of the employees for some rime owing to the refusal of the railroad to increase the wages of the men H was learned thai at St Denis engineers oui of a total of CDO refused to man their engines Ar La ChippciKe SO per cent of the men struck At some depot per cent of the employees fulled to report for duty Inquiries of lines other the Northern both slate and private developed the existence o a decided strike sentiment Lire KaiigOrs Have liocalrd IJf Hollies Recovered ninl Idenli lieil BO liescue Slopiied Temporarily Wiiitinm Im1 licin rorcemeiils Associated Press 1 Hrainerd Mjnn Get li Cem mson a small soiJemert ten jnllcs oiirt if Ijevretto nnd the rail j road burned yeslcnlay The lire is working eisl along hnlh Kidos of Rainy Uiver lowirs luiernalioniil Falls nito THE LARGEST NEW TOWN in the Lower Rio Grande Valley Ten Thousand Acres of Growing Crops Rainy River Oct various points in the forest lires scene be tween Wairoad Minn md Rainy River reports to the lire in dicate that bodies have be lo cated Of these flO have Lett recov ere but only JO identified While tins fires can be seen away ij the citst and soulbeajt their progress is not dangerous to human life The fire rangers here complained of the heat of the surface and gases arising therefrom proceeding far into the masses of charred tree limbs and burned underlinis The ailin the devastated district is si ill smoky no further attempt will be made to locate the boilhs until fur ther reinforconiunts and reliuf are secured to show you Thousands of acres now cleared and made ready for winter crops being CKXSlS IU1 MIX KItS itofir jiiiwi Attack Iolirc With Stones Assoclatinl Press Kemscheld Prussia Oct miners who made a demonstration today against the new blacklist is XKVS I Associated Press and Limar Several other gallon will i mjmlii of ihe v iruri linini later St Clair Ideal Wood Stoves Unexcelled in Qual ity and Finish Sizes and Prices o Meet all Demands giii5 who it iidid HI Ii werj Henry formerly io Kraiic luhn Diillnc Texas Oct a Ciilmuliii tiiuv slU Prof two days session the Association of Kiiilev t niveisily of 1 IlinoS National Piisenger Agents iidjjitrnei of Niw Crlins i with hicksouville Florida is the possible meeting place of Uici next convention The ollicers elected j were Iresident L W Humphrey St Paul Secret iiryTreasurer Gor don Xublu Philadelphia Vieelrcsi dent Arlllur Iliill Dalliis The ures ident vlll appoint lhe new executive i ere remittee Washington D C Ocl conspiracy on the part of the rail roads to deprive western grain ship pers of the ailVMiitages of chenp wat er IrinsportaliiMi and to drive the grain i riinsportalion business from the great laUns is charged ir a peti tion filocl today with Ihe Interstate Commerce Commision hy the Chica go Hoard of Trade Slircveporl Associated Press Washington C Oct 1 census returns Louisville 2S an increase f 1HM7 or hl cent over 1 in MOn Shroveporf IKIS an in crease of or per eeul over I iiil I in I iiiiij Charlotte X C has lilll IIH Lexington Ky Associated Press Salem Mass Oct Taft wis HP anxious visitor to the Salem Hospital today where Willord Crow ellsix years ohl the son of Williar Crowell of his cily lies sullering from bruises and cuis received yes terday when struck by one of the White House iiiiioinobiks The authorities assured Mrs Taft that Ihe hoy is in no danger The acci dent occurred when Mrs Taft was returning from Huston According 10 the iliiinffitir Long the in r running at inoilernle speed when the boy suddenly dished from the elociric car track directly in front of the machine Largest Irrigation Canal in the State NEW RAILROAD The Sau Benito and Rio Grande Valley Railroad is now in course of construction over the San Beaito tract It will leave no farm on the entire tract more than a mile and a half from transporta tion When completed the farmer will be able to ship the products of his farm direct from the field to northern market PONT ISABEL ROAD Good Auto Road io the Gulf This lias jnst been completed Follows a high line straight to the Gulf An hours trip by auto from Sau Beuito to Point Isabel Most convenient to the sea shore for all the tipvalley country way Maiiy improvements madcHu town Two modern brick school buildings one to cost now build ing Electric lights city water cement sidewalks three churches good stores Farm Land and City Property on Reasonable Terms lOS A OlinlTIKS Chicago is said to lie u record for the trial of a criminal case in Chicaw occurred in Indue KavaiuiuKhs oin yester day Korly minutes after Sylvester Sadowskis case was called the de fendant wi5 on his way lo Joilet to serve a sentence a jury having been picked Hie testimony mid crossexamination concluded arguments made and it verdict re vS TttLLKK suns llviuis Allileltr Mnn Appcopriaics Hinks Momy nnd SocictV MM ol San Benito Land Water ALBA HEVWOOD President Browns villeOffice 1312 12 Elizabefl Associated Iiuss Los Calif Oct 1 Wil son Ivanf receiving teller for hf and Merchiuis National bank failed tj roiiori for duty at the end of a two weeks vacation iind ii prelim ini ry of his books revealed which t Fire Backs Quarunleed 15 Years Hicks Hardware Company turned i charged that thro wasi amount to several Results at Mission Five hundred acres of coUon just picked averaged one bale per acre Five hundred acres are now being planted to Dry Beans which will be harvested in time to plant winter truck crops This plan of crop diversification enables the farmers lo make three crops in twelve mouths on the same laud Within thirty days our entire irrigation system will be com and two more pumping plants will be in operation which insures an abundance of water for irrigation While in the Valley do not fail to visit the livest town with the best surrounding farm development TIM MAIL MAX School for Vriirlioii t Con vention AspcuinUcl Press Kansas Cily Oct 1 insinntiiin were today in connection with the convrn iionnf the South west Postal Asso iiUioii in session here The schools are for the insfruciion of postmas terp railwny postal clerks cily car riesiind rural delivery carriers A discussion of the civil service was one of the important features of the convention today Waynesburg Pmi Oct James Montgomery is found of corn on the ear and running short of ul iectivcs to describe his fondness said ho could eat his lenth in the suc culent ears His friends made him prove it and last night lie disposed of thirteen eirs which were neces sary to make up his six feet three inches in height Oklahoma Koiids Physical DS I OS I Must Ki Oct spirit of the uplift in this city is now direc ted toward the women and hoir housekeeping abilities The action of the domestic science committee ol the schools in McKecspDrt lasi night in establishing classes in cooking for prospective brides is expected to result in an increase in matrimonial ventures in that city The commit ee upon application of a number of mothers with eligible daughters an Cashier Seyler III I thousand dollars HLL period The cover several months and it is estimated thill the total sum is approximate ly SfiOUOH The missing man well known in athletic and social circles WSMIXCTOV IllIconics Onil Associated Press Washington H C Ocl delegalos to luleiTatiouil Hu mane Conlereme abandoned work this morning to indulge in siginsee iug and a caravan of nuiomobiles took them ti point j of interest around the national capital The second days session convened this afternoon over which 1 A Blaffcr former president the Louisiana Society for the Prevention of Cruel ty to Children presided The prin Ushiliglon Tliinl am Tliir eiiilb SlrciMs in1 lloiiiiililries of tlie Two Districts City Attorney Ogiiiiiiin on Saloon Qinsi iiii i Combo A A Brown Q Bounces that the cooking department j Work today was the considera Assoiiiiited Press Guthrie Okla Oct The State Supreme Court today dismissed the appeal of the Oklahoma rail roads from the order of the state cor poration commission requiring re ports on the physical valuation of railroads The court held ttie order tinal and binding and the state con stitution allows no appeal on orders of stand ports that kind As the matter now the railroads must make re of the schools will be thrown open for night classes for yonns women who will pay the nominal sumof 2 cents for ten lessons Almost simultaneously and but a few miles away in this city a num ber of women organized a House keepers Club to carry out a plan to solve the servant girl question committee was appointed to devise ways and means to get good servant piris and keep them after they were tion of various methods used for protectiirg children in foreign coun tries TOI5AOCO AND Olb CASKS At the regular meeting last the city council followed up the sid ordinance recently adopiid by passing smother establishing 1 wo sidewalk districts iml specifying I he kind of walks ami curbs 10 be laid in each Dimrici NM One includes i lots in blocks rii JiS UK il m1 cording to the Lynns imip which are the six blocks bounded by Levee and Kith streets District No Two inchrdos in lots in blocks I ill i liii JT liS ii TO 71 and 7i the i blocks bouhded byLevee Tenth Washington and Third streets The ordinance prescribes thai all walks in both distrcts frontng on captured MANU1 A Suspected Arrostkl Gibraltar 1UI1L Mission Land improvement Company Ki came i Mission Hidalgo Co Texas Associated Press London Oct news le from Gibraltar says that sns appearing Portuguese vho lircct from Lisbon has been arrested at Gibraltar Since uie ar rest special pecantion3 have been taken to guard King Manuel Dunkirk X V Oct the engineer of a Lake Shore prs spnger train alighicd fromhi engine here last night he found a dead man sitting on the pint From papers found on the body it is believed to be that of Charles Kinney of Brock ion a former coroner Kinney prob ably was killed while crossing tracks Supreme Ouiil 1iits Them Oil Im 11 After Ihf Christmas Kiciss Jov einnient liequcsHMl it Associated Press Washington O C Ocl When Supreme court of the Unjtefl States met today the Tobacco Trust case under the Sherman antitrust act was reassigned for argument on January 3 This was done at the re quest of the government The Stand ard Ooil case set for a rehearjns on November 1U was also reas tlie signed for a hearing on January present to the council a Mayor Kowalski AUern fro More McGary Cain and ing City Attorney Cole atiu1 iug Clerk JD Kowalski were pi las night FollownR theapproval minuies of the bondfor SSiono presented by First National Bank which was se al the last meeting to be Uie cily depositary was approved as to form by Acting City Attorney Cole and in amount by Mayor Kow ilski as required by law The bond is signed by S L Dworman IS P Combe Ailollo Garni and lohn ulosner lust why tuo city authorities can iliikc no action upon the petition pre j sent ml lust iMoiulay by a number j of ihe business men of Elizabeth stvel in the matter of tbe increase of saloons on that block was ex by Attorney Cole to whom the iietition had been referred CDr jiiir the statute he said in any city Mown or vilalgfj not under localop it ion license miy be granted to eurh inliabitaiils tile popula lion lo be based upon the scholastic I census multiplied by six In such cities towns etc any person may obtain u license on his petitioa j merely by showinggood character with the restriction that if the block upon which it is desired to establish a saloon contains more bona lide res idences than business houses or a school or church is on the block the application must be accompanied a petition signed by a majority of the bona fide householders If bolck is within a vesidence dis lieense can not be granted for a saloon within 300 feet of a school or church As none of Levee and Washington streets shal have a uniform width of ten feet from the property line to the oilier edge of he curb while Ihose on the numbered streets must have a uniform width of six feet In district Number One however all walks shall have a solid cement j Irict a surface from the outer edge of the curb lo the pronertv line while in the second district all walks front these restrictions apply iu the pres ing on Levee Washinrton mid iixa1lit case Mr Colesaid there is no belli streets shall have a curb six way of preventing tbe granting of Stationers Meet in IviHimOie Baltimore JId Oct more will entertain this week the an nual convention of the National As sociation of Stationers and Manu facturers SANTIAGO SHAKIOS Santiago Cuba 0 vere earthquake was se inches thick and a solid cement wain five feet wide to be placed equidis tant between the curb line and the pjOpcrty line and on the nnmberea streets a curb of the same thickness and a solid walk three feet wide similarly placed All walks must conform with the specifications set forth in the general sidewalk ordi nance Ail that is needed now to put ihese two ordinances into effect is the passage of another making the laying of the sidewalks in these three oclock this alarm was caused was done felt here at Uw0 districts obligatory and failure following mortiing Great 1 to oonuly with the ordinances a mis council but no damage I demeanor This Attorney Cole said lie will the license Regarding tbe petition asking per mission to establish a meat in west Brownsville also referred to him for an opinion Mr Cole said that such permission cannot be granted under the present market ordinance Even it the ordinance were repealed the market farmer would have to be dealt with as be has a vested right in the reveuues from such a source Mayor Kowalski presented the communicatior to the Continuedonpage 5   

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