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EI Paso, Texas,
All the Xews
eraWPrints ft first
March 32, 1910-42 Pages
While It's Freah.
.Vaudeville Begins Monday
and Herald Readers Can
Save Money and See It.
CUT THE COUPONS
FROM THE HERALD
Malcommis, novelty juggling act.
XaMont Bros., comedy singing- and
Haughton and company, trick bicycle
act, by three persons.
Grace Huntington and company (three
people) In a comedy sketch "Why He
This Is the bill -with -which the Craw
ford theater will inaugurate lta vaude
ville season- To Herald readers this
bill will be offered for ten cents (to
any seat in the house) if tickets are
purchased at The Herald office and the
purchaser holdsi coupons clipped from
the paper today or Monday. To every
body else It will be 10, 20 and 30 cents.
The first coupon is printed today.
Cut it out. It is worth. 20 cents to you
if you wish to see the opening of the
vaudeville season at the Crawford.
Tickets must be bought at The Herald
office if the coupon's are to be used.
They are not good at the Crawford bos
office. To oblige members of "The
Herald family" who may wish to attend
the first performance Monday, The
Herald office will ,be open until 9
oclock Monday evening, so that patrons
can bring in their coupons and get
Xickets tip to the Time of the second
performance that evening.
-xwo penormances wiu be given
nightly 7:45 and 3:15 and The Herald
tickets, will be .good for either of these
performances on either Monday, Tues
day or "Wednesday evening or at the
It ia going to be the policy at the
Crawford to keep open house and pat
rons are welcome to "come when they
wlsh and stay till they are ready to I
go, as long as the show lasts.
The opening bill looks like it was
going to be a splendid one. Cut out
;rQr Herald coupons and save money )
when you see It- It nays to belong: to t
"Th "HrsL?ri -fflTr-.u-i-
'Tht HeraJd family.'
TIMBER. CRUISERS 2VOW
AT TVORK IN FLORIDA
Feres Service Men, Xow Malting Sur
veys, Are Headed by AlbHaerque
"Washington, D. a, March 12. Florida
Is abset to get Its first practical ex.--3ertBnce
of the results of National f or-
. amintetration. A, reconnaissance i
fWTT w -"-- - ,- i ii r i i 1 1 1
Which was put under control of the de
partment of agriculture In November.
1868, by presidential proclamation, IsJ
now being" made by a force of forest
This survey -will furnish Information
In the light of Tvhlch use of the forests
can be promotes through properly reg
ulated timber cutting, through turpen-,
fining under the cup-and-gutter or the
?m.BTiilnrAw -n-i1 nv4 4-Vkwt.. cl C -
grazing. Yritbout harm to the nerma-
nent value of the forests. Florida ivas I
the first state -west of the Mississippi
to have a. national forest.
The party of eight forest service
cruisers, headed by A. B. Recknagel.
assistant chief of Silviculture at Albu
querque, New Mexico, have already
commenced operations near the head
of X.ittle AJequa. The crew will pro
ceed "westward to the "western border
on Bast Bay river. An accurate survey
of all the government land -will be
teken, the stumpage estimated, and a
report made of the number of turpen
tine cups -that, in accordance "with the
latest federal regulations, may properly
be placed on the forest.
WOMAN KILLED IN A UTO
A CCIDENTA TNARA VISA
DIhartf Tex March 12. A message to the Dalfaart Evening News from
Nora-visa states that an automobile accident there last night resulted in the
death of Xriu G. H. Keckley and the injury of several others. I
Mrs. Keckley and her daughter, Melina, had just taken Mr. Keckley to the
depot so that he could leave for Chicago, and were returning to their ranch
with Rev. O. A. Smith, his wife and little daughter.
Miss Mellua Keckley was driving the car when it overturned.
Mrs. Keckley was killed, Rev. Mr. Smith sustained a broken arm and
the remalader of the parry vtere badly Jrulsed.
It is believed the child Is hnrt internally.
Baltimore, Md., March 12. Am amicable settlement, last night of the con
troversy herrreeH the conductors and trainmen of tho Baltimore and Ohio rail
road &Bd the officials of that system relative to wages and service conditions Is
understood to be of far reaching importance.
It has bees tacitly understood that whatever was done by the Baltimore
HBd Ohio wenld be taken as a basis of settlement by all other roads interested,
which laclades practically every railroad east of the Mississippi.
The terms of settlement are not given oat bet It is understood that both
sides made material concessions.
Dall&jt, Tex., March 12. Charles. Robert?, alifs "Erownio," received a Hfe
entcHCe in the criminal district court this morning on conviction on a
chKrge of wardering Nathan Board hero March SO of last year.
Beard vras a saloon man and wan killed at Oak Cliff near his home at night.
Robert aad Eel Collins vrere charged with killing him and the latter re
xaaiBK te be tried. - -
Hebbery was supposedly thcmotive. ' afr '
Four Men, Wrecked in Icy
Seas, Battle for Weeks
With Gale in Small Boat.
AT SEWARD, ALASKA.
Seattle, Wash., March 12. A special
to the Post Intelligencer from Seward,
"Worn and exhausted by almost in
credible hardships and bearing marks
iof weeks of battling with icy gales,
four of the dauntless crew of sir men,
who, on January 7, left the wreck of
the steamer Farallon in Cook inlet in a
small rowboat and made a desperate
effort to procure relief for their com
panions, were brought Into Seward
last night on the revenue cutter Ta
homa, which, for almost three weeks,
had been searching for them.
"The two remaining members are also
"The men were picked up 'at Afognak,
which place they had reached In a small
boat -they had dug out of the snow on
the-' beach. -
"One man was suffering from snow
blindness, and all were terribly frost
ARIZONA PIE IS
READY TO SLICE
Chairman Smith and Dele
gate Cameron Consult.
Washington, DC., March 12.-To3ay
n-jic rJvYWwi m -fche senate to speeches
of reception to the Calhoun statue and
flip chairman of the senate committee I
nn tprntnnpfi can c&T, no nc&ron on tne i
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statehood bill before Monday.
Delegate Cameron recommends the ap
jpoinixment as postmaster at Octave, Ya
vaipai county, of .a.. C. Yripoyen.
Delete Cameron and territorial
chairman Hoval Smith had an important
consultation with the postmaster jren-
eral today. Hoval Smith goes home j
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Mark fcmitn nas gone zo rwz opnngs
& Olli AT 700 PEET
4$ IN WEI.L NEAR. "WACO.
$ 'Waco. Texas, farch' 12.
, While, slhldns a jwiilatjbvi,.
&- ten miles south of herand at
jaeptho? 70(Keet; J :M- UanK-
. farmer, struck a fine
grade of oil and ten "barrels
wre taken out. The citizens
there ar, excited over the dis
ENDS OWN LIFE
Pittsburg, Pa., March 12. The
coroner's report today gave the
cause of death of Thomas K.
Laughlin, a brotherinlaw of the
Taft's, yesterday as "suicide by
KADLROAD OPEX AFTER
THREE WEEKS' BLOCKADE
Seattle, "Wash., March 12. The Great
Northern Overland train started east
over "Its own tracks this morning, engi
neers having cleared all the obstruc
tions at Wellington.
The main line has been blocked for
more than three -weeks.
City Wants a Man for Every
Block in the City to Help
. 0-et the Figures.
WILL CHECK THE '
Have you volunteered?
If not, why
To - hat? To the "count us all" cam
paign, of course. Acting mayor Robin
son will appoint the volunteer enumer
ators for each of the districts, the cham
ber of commerce will provide them wftfiT
the necessary blanks, while the city
engineer's office will supply charts
showing the different blocks in the city.
All that will be necessary for the vol
unteer in the cause of greater El Paso
to do will be to get the name of each
resident man, woman and child In the
block In which the volunteer resides
and to turn It Into the volunteer super
visors. This was decided at a meeting of the
census committee and the council Fri
day afternoon In the mayor's office.
Representatives of the various civic
bodies attended the meeting for the dis
cussion of the problem of getting an ac
curate and complete census of El Paso.
Local Supervisors Xained.
Upon recommendation of the chamber
of commerce and a number of promi
nent business men, the name of John B.
Kilpatrick will be presented to the
census department at Washington
through judge John -B. Xiittler as the
volunteer census supervisor for El
Paso. Mr. Kllpatnlck will have per
sonal charge of the volunteer census
dicing and will
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work without remuner-
check is being prepared. Supervise
durlng the month the census
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city will also be appointed to look after
j the work of the volunteers, to see that
each block in the corporate limits is
covered and that each person residing j
in the city Is counted.
Supervisor May Come Here.
It may be possible for judge Littler,
.. rr-oT.r.rnonr curuirTrTcni- fnr .fha in
pas0 district, to be present In El Paso
during the official census taking to
personally supervise the work of the
,.-.. -i ., i.r t i.i . f
been received by secretary KInne from
-1 judge Littler In -which he asks for the i
T" cooperation of the chamber of com
j merce and of the census committee' in,
j having a correct census of El Paso p'rd-J
; pared. Regarding the taking of the
X i Mexican districts, judge Littler offered
a solution of the difficulty by offering
to appoint a sufficient number of Span
ish speaking enumerators to be named
by the census committee to take tha
census In these districts.
Dalian 3Ian Offers Aid.
A letter has also been received from
J. P. Worley, who is the supervisor of
census at Dallas, offering valuable ad
vice to the local committee. One sug
gestion was that the congregations of
the Mexican churches be told of the
purposes of the census through their
pastors. Dr. J. A. Samaniego, who Is a
member of the committee, offered to do
this work in addition to taking the
matter up with the Mexican lodges and
To Miss Nobody.
Blanks are also to be printed and
left with the proprietors of all rooming
houses and at residences where roomers
are staying, with the request that the
names of all persons liv-ing in each
house be placed on the blank for the
use of the government enumerators
when they call to take the count of th'c
house. The committee will also have
accountants who will work at night and
assist in checking the work of the
volunteer enumerators with those 'of
the government enumerators. Dave Sul
livan and. J. W. Leighton were suggest
ed as two experts who could be se
cured for this work.
Tho newspapers were officially re
quested to call for volunteers in each
j block of the' city to take the enumer-
I ation in the block -In which they live,
ine names of the volunteers are to bo i
sent to mayor Robinson and ho will ap- !
point a man in each block to take the
count in that block. The name and f
the number of the residence in' which
tho volunteer lives Is all that is neces
sary to become one of the volunteers,
the city engineer's department having
arrangrd to map off the city Into blocks
and notify the volunteer which block ha
is to cover and the boundary of the
To Take the Censns.
j As soon as a complete list of enumer-
ators is secured which will be sufficient
to cover the entire city, sunervlsnrs
for each district will be appointed who
win report to general supervisor Kil
patrlck and the work of taking the vol
unteer census will begin. The plan
caught on front the first and each of the
men who attended the meeting Friday
afternoon volunteered to take the cen
sus in his own block. This plan has
been found successful in other cities
and Itfls expected to be a complete suc
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MAYOR IN WASHINGTON
ON CHAMIZAL MATTER
Washington, D. C, March 12.
Mayor J. U. Sweeney arrived
here today from El Paso accom
panied by J. A. Happer, former
secretary of the International
(water) boundary commission,
to appear before the state de
partment in an effort to have
the Chamizal claims In El Paso
settled as soon as possible.
TEXAS FIGHTInG FOR
, CHEAPER RAIL RATES
WasWnjrton. D. C-MarA 12. Con
cluding anrirments as- being made be
fore the interstate commerce commis
sion today, in iwhich Texas is trving 0
obtain Jower freijjiht rates from the rail
roads. S. H. Oowan of Fort Worth and
chairman ZMayfield of the Texas railroad
oommision have finished their ad
dresses and judge Terrv of Galveston is
closing for he railroadB. 2fo decision
will be announced for two weeks.
Finds No Sympathy in the
British, for a Man Who
Corners Bread Market.
' TRIP CUT SHORT
London, England, March 12. James A.
Patten, the Chicago speculator, who yes
terday was thrown out of theManches
ter exchan&e and almost mobbed, sailed
from Liverpool today for New Tork.
The English press, generally strong
for law and order, extends no sympathy
for Mr. Patten in his Manchester experi
ence. The Westminster Gazette expresses as
tonishment that Patten had the "impu
dence" considering the Injury his opera
tions had done the Lancashire cotton
Industries, to presume on the courtesy
generally accorded visitors from across
Three Candidates for Places
Arrive With IsTew
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J HarbTick is here. ji arrived overthex
j Texas & Pacific this morning from
' Shrpvenort. With him are three oandi-
! dates tor positions on the El Pastf team.
inev are tiow.ira .nemtc, a catcher
from the Shreeport club; W B. Jack
erwri f Tifc?iircr wVm t1ot.-i1 iiiit'li I
Portsmouth. O., of the Ohio State league
last ear, and G. R. 3IcCart a third !
baseman "wao was witii , ueatimont oi
the Texas-league lastsnason.
Other men are to Teport next wek.
Manager of the El Pno Baseball Clnb.
Gallorvvay, Gra'liam and Gowan have been
working cut every day lor the past
month and are in condition to play ball,
Manager Harbuck has not announced
the plaj'crs who would report here for
preliminary practice next week, but will
have the lineup ready as soon as he can
TRAIN SERVICE IS
Passenger traffic at the union station
this afternoon will be anything but
quiet, a number of the trains due early
this morning, at noon and this after
roon being from 30 minutes to almost
15 hours late.
, No. 37 of the Rook Island, due to
arrive over thfe Southwestern track"? at
6:05 this morning, is reported to arrive
at 4-45. The train was received late from
the Rock Island read, according to the
statemet of Southwestern officials.
No. 4, the easftbound Golden 'State lim
ited, due at 12:40 p. m., is reported to
arrive at 5:25. A freight car wreck near
Lordsburg is stated by G. H. officials to
De the cause.
No. 3, the westbound Golden State lim
ited, due at 3:50 p. m., is reported 30
No. 2, theeastbound Callfornian. due
at 6:10 p. m.-, is reported 25 -minutes
No. 10. the eastbound Sunset limited Is
also reported 25 minutes late.
The southbound Santa Fe passenger,
due to arrive at 9:40 this morning, was
reported three hours and five miuutes
The train on the National railways of
, Mexico, due to arrive from the south at
7:25 this morning, pulled into the union
station at 3 0:25. r
BIG OIL 1VELL
IN CADDO FIELD
Shreveport, La , March 12.
A gusher which produces 5000
barrels daily was brought in to
day by the Benedum Trees com
pany on the Stile tract in the
Caddo field. Experts consider
this the largest well In the en
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Los Angeles, Cal., March 12. Paiengers arriving here today from Yuma,
Arizona, on the Southern Pacific train, are minus Yatehe and other valuables
-which are believed to be at the bottom of the Saltoa Sea, together .with the
body of a robber, who drowned himself rather than submit to arrest.
William Derrickson, a mining man of Arizona, who surprised the robber
while he was rifling: the clothing of sleeping passengers, told the story.
The man was subdued, but while the train was passing over Salton
trestle, the prisoner smashed a window and leaped Into the water. The train
was backed to the spot, but no trace of the man was found.
Governor Will Fight Col
quitt Has His Eyes To
WANTS SUPPORT OF
Austin, Tex., March
ernor Campbell takes the stump In the
gubernatorial campaign it is expected
. j. , a. i rL T- ri
ault hut wild urcrs thp election of R.
V. Davidson, a rival candidate.
The governor was asked directlv to-
dav whether he would talk in favor of
Davidson but would only say he would
defend the administration and policies.
v.hich is taken to lneaii that he will-aid
Iavidson indirectly an-way.
Campbell said he has received a large
number of 'invitations from over the
stattr to sneak on 5iiate Issues. .If gov-
eruor Campbell engage? In the croupnln
actively, he will anakc a noted departure
from his previous, polici of. raking lit-
tie or no sides In' factional flght"
It is reported that Campbell Is anvious
for David-on's election to wir his sup- '
nnrt in vs e ( Parnnhfill'i sKnuTfl irvr
for the senatorship.
Colauitt' Fricnas Active.
Terrell. Tex.. March 12. Friends of
O. B. Colquitt are arranging to run
a special tran from here to Wichita
Falls March 17. when Colquitt will for
mally open his campaign for governor
there. Terrell is CelquStt's, home town,
where he tlll retains his voting privi
lege. HOW FAKE SPORTS
Bis: Purses Garnered in om
Wrestling Bouts, Eaces
and .Fights. .
Council Bluffs. la., March 12. James
Tiernay. a metal merchant of Streator.
Jll., told how he lost $10,000 on a fake
wrestling neatch today In the trial of
Maybi-ay and others charged with the
Illegal use of tho malls.
Tiernay detailed the
book in which $100,000
in bets was
Ho enid ho was induced to put up
his $10,000 to help make up the purse.
As usual one of the wrestlt-rs pre
tended to be badly hurt and all hur
ried from New Orleans, where tho
bout was held, to escape arrest.
Henry Stogsdill, of Cabool. Mo., told
how he contri&uted ?3000 to a fake
horse race at Denver.
TO RAILWAY MEASURE
House Inserts Provision for
Consolidation of Differ-
Washington, D. C, March 12. A rad
ical amendment to the administration
railroad bill, providing for the valua
tion of railroad properties by the inter
state commerco commission, as a condi
tion precedent to merging, consolida
tion, or reorganization of carriers, sub
ject to the law, was adopted by the
house committee on inter-state com
ELECTION BILL IS
Washington, D. C. March 12.
The McCall bill providing for
the publication of campaign con
tributions was reported favorably
today bs- the house committee
on election of president -and vice
president and representatives to
The Democrats voted solidly
for the bill while the Republi
cans were divided.
STABBED IN QUARREL
OVER HAND OF GIRL
Tulsa. Okla., March 12.
Jack Beeman was fatally
stabbed last night during a
quarrel with George Harrison,
ten miles south of the city.
The men had been rivals for
the hand of the same girl and
Beeman was to have married
her next wleek. Harrison was
arrested ai?-d claims self de
Philadelphia Believes Some
of, Sympathetic Strikers
Will Eesume Work.
TEST TO COME
Philadelphia, Pa, March 12. It is the
22nd day of the street car strike and the
t eighth of the general symparnethr walk- I
i nut ?Tiy nftL'hor cTilft rf ho rrvT?'t"flT'OT.cTr
1 shows any signs of yielding:
I Employers hope that Mcnday will see
! tn breaking up of the sympathetic
1 rtrike. Hosierj- manufacturers who shut
j down this -week .will reopen Monday
nornig. and they expect a majority of
theIr 25,0Q0 eajployes to return.
The strike leaders,-say, they -look for
j no break, and ifcat if the street car
. strike is not enried within 4& hours, a
! sencral movement will be. started among
the men who oheyed tkte general str'ke ,
! ordr t, demand hptter conditions in t
their varifug- occupations.
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COTTOITPICKIXTG MAX '
STOP STATE. MAJfEUVERS
" " "
j Volunteer Gnard Has no Time to Take i
; Military Instruction When the '
Regulars t-et Their's. -
' Al Tvvv. "TVty& If ",ha -rr-nf rSa
partroent refusal to change the encamp-
ment of regular troops at Leon Burin
from Au-ust to July will probablv re-
suit in the Texas -National Guard hold-'
. in a separate encampment.
Arnnr ! . oM iM.
f their work in August because of the cot-,
ton picking season.
DALLAS, MAX EXDS
OWN LIFE; WAS SICK
Dallas, Tex.. March 12. "W. C.
Coleman, aged 20, killed himself
at noon today at the St. James
hotel by fhricg a bullet Into his
brain. He left-a note to his sis
tei, Mrs. A. F. Danion, of this
city, saying that falling health
caused him to end his life.
ST. LOUIS A YD BROWNSVILLE
EXTENSION TO GO ON
Brownsville, Tex.. March 12. A. Tl
Perkins, manager director of the St.
Louis, Brownsville & Mexico railroad.
accompanied by other officials of the I
u.u, murous'tieu improvement vrqrx
being done here yesterday and returned
north this morning. Perkins says th?
new international bridge across the Rio
Grando will bo completed Juno 1.
TAFT BROTHERS NOT
CONNECTED BY PHONE
Xew, York. X. Y.. March 12. A dis
patch from Cincinnati gi-es an authori
tative denial to the report sent out from
Pittsburg last night that a long dis
tance telephone wire had been leased
connecting the house of Charles P.
Taft at Cincinnati and the white house
The report proves to have no foun
HOGS: FT. WORTH SI 0.50
Fort Worth, Tex., March 12. Host brought $10.50 per hundredweight here
today, being an advance of 35 cent over the prev!o, high mark.
Eleven dollar -hogs are likely to be seen at Fort Worth next week.
Hogs "brought 511.00 In Chicago today.
Two carloads of hogs sold for $10.50 In Ft. Worth today. W- H. Alfred,
of jGodley, Texas.sold a car containing 21 bo3fi, and .T. A. Child?, of Pocasett,.
Okla., sold another load of S2 hogs at the ame price. The Texas kegs aver
aged 245 pounds.
And this coupon, if exchanged afc The Herald office for
a ticket, will admit one person to the Cnuwfor,h theater
(any part of house) on Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday
night or tor Tuesday mat;nee, to witness bhe openinof
vaudeville at that theater. The caunon m.rcfc h-pv--
clianged at The IleraU office. They are not good at the Crawford'
box office. All persons buying tickets at the box office will pay 10c,
20c and 30c. With Herald tickets you get anv seat in the huse for
10 cents Two performances eachjevening 7:45 and 9:15 but "you
can go when you please and leave when you get ready." The ticket3
are good for either evening. Remember this-; -
Chief Engineer Says BaUin
ger Threatens to Demoral
ize Whole Service.
Has Been Threatened Ever
Since Secretary Went Into
Office, He Says.
Washington, D. C, March 12. Chief
engineer Arthur P. Davis,: af the recla
mation service, -was qHestleaed -farther
before the BaUiager-IiBchot commit
tee today-'ac. to intervlewis with secre
'Yestcribiy Mrl Davis made the com-
mIWw " t flatly , denyiag- the
f trtf fe SBy ? -f h sec;
' Tets?y B1Uasr ad.preiaeHt-THft and
j ff E tho ""f 1 rcc ka ee
da"f f lsInteSf "oa
Mr. BalOnger came. into, office. His
statements today were almost eqmally
Mr. Davis declared today that Mr.
Balllnger had continued constantly to
crltlcixe the reclamation service and.
that -nrlthln the last week he had teld.
tho witness he thought the salaries of
the service "were too high aad he pre
posed c new salary scale.
Attorne Pepper read a letter receat
ily addrexxed 'to the house committee en
way;, and aieans "by secretary Balllager
In !njp-ort of the thirty million dollar
bond lrae for reclamation -work. la
this letter secretary IBaUlager spoke e
the hnrdjshlpa which had resulted te
settlers oh some of the projects where
cooperation agreements -had been en
tered Into by former secretary Gar
field. Hi also claimed that inducements had,
beea held out to settlers to cerae ex
Iaad and at Toluca, Moat a sifca "beard
had beea erected. Inviting settlers te
ThiK sign Included a statement that
"settler era work, cut their payEaeatm.'
Mr. Balliager said he ordered this part
painted over. Mr. Xavis contradicted
practically every statement of the Bal
. METHODIST BISHOP 4
S Atlantic City, X. J., March 12.
! Bishop Heurj- W. Spellmeyer,
f1 of St. Louis, who was here pre-
5" siding over the annual New Jer-
sey Methodist conference, died 4
suddenly this morning of heart
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