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EI Paso, Texas, ,
July 9, 1910 - - - 26 Pages
AH tke News
eraMPrkts It First
While It's Fresh.
Likes American Girls
Count Bresky von Birkenfels, -of Bo
hemia, the $50,000,000 magnate of Bud
weiser, who is in this country on a
business and pleasure trip, but declares
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mP S3 Be
n jinn ntifiTiiuiiflyminii' i I U llillli
State Republican Chairman
Term "If Urged. "
SENDS OUT LETTERS
TO THE FAITHFUL
Houston, Tex., July S. Col. Cecil Ly
or favors the nomination by the Re
publicans of J. O. Terrell for governor
cf "Texas. Col. Lyon will accept reelec
tion as state chairman. se
Theee two things are indicated by a
circular letter beino- mailed out to Re- '
publicans- by Col. Lyonv in -which he re
quests the members of the party to sup
ji rt his judgment as to the governor- I
The circular letter states that Col.
Lon does not with to be placed in an
attitude of being a candidate for re
elction xo the state chairmanship, bnt,
f his friends -nlsh it. he is willing to
a ept the place again.
E"a "Wheeler WHcox is on The Herald j
staff Read her first article today.
SOLDIERS TO LEAVE
TTill Hide in Train to Del Rio
and March Thence to
A portion of the 23rd infantry will
leave El Paso on the morning of the
13th on a special crain for Del Rio,
where they will detrain and march over
land to Leon Springs, where the Texas
state troops wall go into camp. The
state troops will be instructed by tne
regulars. The train will consist of 17
tars-, sex en of them being Pullmans and
tourist cars and 10 freight cars, car
rying the camp equipment.
MURDER AS RESULT
OF AX OLD FEUD.
i Chicago. 111.. Jul' 9. A trag-
edy explainable -only on the the-
oo of an om Sicilian feud, was
f enacted here today.
f Leonardo Balachia was slain
f m rhe heart of the north side
f Italian district by a man who
f udaeuly approached while
f Balachia was talking to a third
person in front of the Balachia
r The murderer fired -five shots
4 into the victim's neck, and, al-
? though pursued, be escaped.
UXDER A BRIDGE.
New York, July 9. Dynamite
bombs placed under a new tres
tle being built by the Lehitrh
Valley railroad along the bav
shore of Jersey City exploded
early today and badly damaged
the steel structure, also smash
ing windows for half a mile
The company which construct
ed the trestle has recently de
clared for an open shop.
TEXAS HOTEL BURXS:
CLOSE CALL OF GUESTS
Brady, Texas. July 9. A rooming
house operated by Benham Kreig was
tHrroyed by fire here late last night,
causing a loss of $3000. A number of
persons were occupying apartments in
the house at the time, but none were
TEXAS CENSUS FIGURES. -
"Washington, D. C, July 9.
. Census returns, Texas counties:
Bowie, 34.S27: Knox, 9G25; No-
. Ian, 11,999; Uvalde, 11,233.
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TO SPEAK IN TEXAS
Dalla, Tex July I). Theodore Roos.ex'elt. TormT prexiden, mid Gifford
Pinchof. former forester, will speak from same platform hero August JO before
CoHnlry Life Commission meeting, which takes place at that time.
Roorrvelt Trill speak on the subject of "The Country Life Movement,"
snd Plnchot'i subject vrlll be "Conservation."
Houston, Tex., July 9. Fire believed to have started from an explosion of
jcCKoline canieil damage here tu! morning estimated at between 15,000 anuT
Tbe flame broke out In the second floor of the building- at Trais and
Tbe saloon and pool room owned by Ed Weil is a total loss with a heavy
stock. Al Sterllncr'K harness shop, the Dorsey Printing company, ani the Mis-.
trot-Munn Dry Goods company losers by fire :nd water.
SHOOTS FA THERINLA W
ON DAY OF WEDDING
Vernon, Tex., July 9 "Will Bishop, who married : daughter of Fred
Schuctt, this mornlnar, shot Schuett In the Kmal! of the back and through one
finder as a result of" family troubles.
The shooting occurred near the home of both men, which ig about 12
miles h'onthvrest cf Vernon. Schuett's wounds are not considered fatal.
Bishop was arresled.
'triftmi f Bk KlBBEHS& '! "into wBtflK'M I
win ii iil.x V'AV-vr."in t
U -a.a V
I that he is not looking for an American
bride. The count is a widower. ie
declares that no women in the world
thnt iio lias spfm. dress so well as the
! Americans. "Their taste and styles are
superb." he says.
OIL FIELD IS
NOW AT SHAMROCK
Dog Canyon and Camp City
First; Now the Dish
Name Is Used
In the beginning it was just plain
Dog Canyon. D-o-g C-a-n-y-o-n
That -was when it was but a wide place
iu the road. Then, after awhile Camp
City was the handle they gave it and
the postoffice department called it
Camp without the city part.. It sound
ed great but was a bit disappointing
when a glimpse" was obtained of the
place which was neither a camp nor a
Now it is Shamrock. Just why no
one has yet been able to fully explain.
Hut Shamrock it is according to the U.
S. postoffice department, and Shamrock
it will stay unless It is changed. The
new name of the little town promises
to deprive El Paso of a number of Its
future citizens. No man of Irish blood
will ever be able to get past a to-wn
wjth that name even if he is on his
way to El Paso.
Dog Canyon, alias Camp City, alias
Shamrock, is located 76 and two-tenths
miles east of El Paso In the almost sov
ereign state of New Mexico.
Meet me in The Herald CJold Feeto,
TRAVELING .MEN'S ACCI
DENT SOCIETY PROGRESSES
Dallas, Texas, Jul' 9. The board of
directors of the International Travelers'
association, ithe Texas Traveling Men's
Mutual Accident association, was held
in their offices here tody.
The semi-annual report showed an in
crease in business over any previous
semi-annual period in all departments,
some of the figures being as follows:
?eneflts paid, 58S31.74; cash on hand
uly 1, 1910. "19772i'; new members ad
mitted, 432; delinquents reinstate,
237; membership in good standing July
L 1910, 2833.
SCHOONER ASHORE; WILL
RE A COMPLETE LOSS.
San Francisco, Cat., July 9. The four
masted schooner Annie E. Smale, coal
laden, from Ifew Castle, Australia, went
ashore at Point Reyes, thirty miles
north of this harbor today, during a
The crew was picked up by the steam
er M. F. Plant.,
The. schooner and cargo will be a to
Attempt to Be Made
rest Him for Alio
Lynching Friday N:
GOV. HARMON TO
Columbus, O., July 9. The
ment is made here today bj
who headed the detective f
Anti-Saloon league yesterda
ark in raiding the "soft dri
there, that he is gatherin
force of 50 detectives here a
cured warrants which he
serve on mayor Atherton
Linke, of Newark, this aft
not upholding the laws, and
the lynchers of Carl Ethei
night, and also on several
of "Speak Easies" for vi
local option law.
Hale says his men -will g
mounted and serve the warr
I have to shoot.
Governor Harmon wired
I ing that he will leave for C
! once to take charge of t
Like Dorothy Blx? "Well, s
to wiite for you in The Her
SOME SALOONS MAY
HAVE TO CLOS
Austin, Texas, July 9. The
controller today announced that
all liquor dealers not having se-
J cured licenses 10 days prior to
July 12 will be compelled to
5 close for 10 days until renewals
are given. It Ls believed many
applications have not been
RAIN IN IOWA.
Des Moines, Iowa, July 9. -Rain,whlch
is characterized by
Dr. Chappell, of the Iowa drop
bureau"",' as "million dollar rain,"
is falling today in northern and
TEXAS CENTRAL MAY'
3IAKE AN EXTENSION
Waco, Tex., July 9. At the meeting
of directors of the Texas Central rail
road here yesterday, a meeting of stock
holders was called for the next week
to execute a mortgage for $20,000,000,
the money to be used in extending and
improving the road.
NOTED SWINDLER DIES.
San Francisco. Cal., July 9. Russell
D. Herrlman, reputed leader of the
Maybray gang of race and prize fight
swindlers, died last night at the Oak
land hospital, where he was operated
on several weeks ago for cancer of the
.$. BENJAMIN RIDS FAREWELL. 4.
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Like Dorothy Dix? "Well, she Is going
j to write for you in The Herald.
Mutt and Jeff are with us; fir-st ap
pearance today on sport page. Every
day in The Herald hereafter.
Ella "Wheeler Wilcox is on The Herald
staff. Read her first article today.
A daily short story every day in The
Herald; also the serial.
As a farewell I would advise jrou to
watch The Herald for all of the big
My Dorothy Dix
Copyright, 1910, by
USK rc-as settling down over the
Settlement House on the hroer
East" Side, and Miss Van Arn
dropped into a lon chair with a sigh
of relief. She was utterJy spent in
mind and body. All day long she had
preached the gospel of personal cleau
liues to unkempt women with shawls
over their heads, and had tried to ex
plain the germ theory to housewhes
who smiled at the foolish notion that
there was any conection between a
dirty milk bottle and a baby's death.
All day at .intervals, she had held up
the example ofj3eorge "Washington and
other inspiring ideals before round
eyed little Polacks and Slavs, who went
away with a confused idea that if you
had a cherry tree, or -split rails, you
would eventually be the Father of Your
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Elephant Butte dam may be "made
In El Paso."
F. Y. Jewett, chief nlspector of the
reclamation service, arrived in the city
Saturday from Denver and during the
day went to the plant of the Southwest
ern Portland Cement company for the
purpose of making an inspection of the
product of the plant and its capacity. The
cement that will go into the big irriga
tion project will be purchased by bid,
and If the quality of the product of rhe
El Paso plant comes up to specifica
tions and the price is adjudged rea
sonable. El ' Paso can say with truth
that the big dam was 'made in El
"Will El Paso cement be used in
constructing the Elephant Butte dam?"
W. M. Reed, district engineer, was ask
ed upon his return from the camp of
the dam site Saturday morning.
"I will tell you what I have told the
cement people," said Mr. Reed. "If the
PRETTY TORREON GIRL
IS SHOT AND KILLED
Torreon, Mex., July D. News has just been brought to this city from the
Ioimi of Nazns, about 40 miles west of here, that scnorita Catallna Moreno,
dausrhtcr of Sr. Luis Moreuo, was cowardly assassinated.
The young; woman was returning- to the house about S o'clock In the even
ing from a stroll In the plaza nearby, when, as she reached the corner of her
home, two shots attracted the attention of the neighbors, who found the body
of the i?irl Ijlng in a pool of blood. .
Ons ball had penetrated the breast aad the other the neck of the unfortu
nate girl. Medical aid was summoned, but she died three hours after the
Felipe Morales wan taken prisoner. It Is thought that he was Insanely at
tached to the girl, who probably rejected his attentions.
Texarkana Tex., July 9. Mrs. Lafayette Deleoney has been indicted on a
charge of killing her husband, who was assassinated at his home at Ashdown,
Ark., June 13, according to news received here this morning.
The Killing of Deleoney was legarded as mysterious.. A man confessed,
implicating the widow, according" to a statement of the authorities of Ashdown.
"Waco, Tex., Jul? J) Sandbagged and robbed of $130 iu currency and inlun-
ble jewelrj, G. E. Schneider, an official of a brevtlu;? concern now preparing
to erect a plant here, vias dragged by thugs, who)nrc believed to hae been
two negroes, fifty feet trough an alley and left unconscious early this morn
ing. Schneider vas unconscious for an hour. Although badly bruised, the
man's Injuries are not regarded as serious.
American-Journal-Examiner. Great Britain
Country, and a great man like the cop
on the corner.
tAnd now the long day, so full of
work and so barren of results -was at
an end. and Miss Van Arn had an hour
or two to herself in which she could
rest and think. Think? She shuddered
away from the idea as from a pain too
cruel to be borne. She did not want
to think to remember. That was pre
cisely why she had come to the Settle
ment House and a;ked her old friend,
Miss Morgan, nho was at its head, to
give her work, something to do that
-nould keep her from thinking.
Well, she had had the work, but it
had not kept her from remembering,
and her mind was going over and over
again, ceaselessly, as it had eve-
siuce they parted, the details of her
mmmmmmmm?- ni ci,,i nvrrzzmmim-
quality is right and the price is right,
Regarding the work at the site of the
dam, Mr. Reed said that it is so far con
fined to reconstructing the camp, which
, an idleness of over IS months has left
m a somewhat dilapidated condition.
Some work is being done excavating
rock that has pieviously been loosened.
By next week the real -reork will begin.
Bids tof the roadbed work for the
railroad to be run from the Santa Fe
main line to the dam site will be open
ed on August 8 The contract consists of
three schedules, the earthwork, th
j removal of 45,000 yard- of rock and
j the construction of bridges, tne gov-
eminent furnishing the material. Bid
I ders may bid on any one of the sched-
Iules or all of them. The Santa Fe road
will lay the rails.
The road to the camp -will be 1.04
j miles in length and will branch off
I from the' Santa Fe about mid-distance
I between Cutter and Engle, Tunning
south of the butte to the camp.
Story With a Moral
For Both Sexes
quarrel with Tom Wetherbee that
had led to breaking off their engage
ment, and her own sudden interest in
"I did right." she baid fiercely to
herself. "If he preferred th.at com
mon little dancer in a vaudeville show
to me, let him go to her. I am -well
rid of him."
Thus her pride spoke, but her heart
cried out that it was not true, that
Tom loved her, and her alone, aad in
her soul she knew that he had acted
the man's part in refusing, ever for her
;ake, to be disloyal to the old tie, and
that she would have despised him had
he yielded to .her. '
It had all been very simple. Tom
(Continued on Page Thirteen).
Private car No. lo, of the Mexican
National railways, arrived in the ity
en train No. 2 from the west Friday
afternoon carrying the family ot ice
president Ramon Corral of Mexico. The
train arrived at 6:10 and the car was
immediately transferred to the south
bound train of the Mexican National
railways, carrying the vice president's
family to Mexico City. Returning home
on fTie car were the children of the
vice president, who have been in school
at San Jose, Cal.
30RE WORLD'S FLYING
RECORDS ARE MADE.
Bethany Plains. Rheims,
France, July 9. Mamet estab-
lished. a world's record for car-
rying two passengers at the
aviation meet today. He flew
57 6-10 miles at an altitude of
50 meters (164 feet).
Aupbrun made a new distance
record with a single passenger
85 kilometers (52.78 miles) m
1:27:33. Both used Bleroit ma-
M. De La Bouchere, (the French
aviator, broke the world's record
for distance at the aviation meet
today. He flew 340 kilometers
(211.14) mile?, in a single flight
In four hours d.PhASdt. zz temfw
Ella "Whef Ier "Wilcox is on The Herald
staff. Read her first article today.
Oh Look Who's
Matt and Jeff for the Herald Family
The greatest cartoon service of the age the Mutt nnd Jeff sport
pictures will appear in Tlte El Paso Herald beginning today. Don't miss
the first one, and then keep looking; for them every day. "Whether yam
are joenjr, or old, joa will lau-h. Mutt and Jeff are for all the people
all the time men. women and children. They will be c daily featnre of
The Herald's sport page. The first one appears today.
ELLA WHEELER WILCOX AND
DOROTHY DIX WEITE FOR THE HERALD
Among the other big features secured for The Herald are articles by
Ella Wheeler Wilcox, Dorothy Dix, Winifred Rlack, Beatrice Fairfax for
the womenfolk, and "William F. Kirk, the huxnorist, and many other writers
of international note for both sexes, and
VAN LOAN AND NTJA&HT0N ON SPORTS.,
C. E. Van T.onn and W. W. Jfaushton will he anions the sport con
tributors to The Herald in future. Others of the greatest staff of best
paid sporting writers In the world will also contribute, but these are the
stars of the American sporting press fraternity today. Naughton's re
port of the great fight at Reno was the best written on the battle and
Van Loan's descriptive stnry was a classic.
HALL ROOM BOYS, MONKEY
PICTURES AND OTHER FEATURES
The Herald's daily cartoon service on the classified pages will consist
In future of the best product of the great force of Hearst artists Tad,
Fisher, Opper. Outcault, Swinnerton and others, and will include the
Hall Room Eoyi, the famous monkey pictures, "?cer Again," ''Can You
Blame Him' and other series equally as funnj.
These and dorens of other features for The El Paso Herald have
been secured excluIv cly for this territory frtvn the International News
Service for publication imultaneously with the Hearst newspapers, and
The Herald congratulates itself that it Is able to give its readers such
a selection of first class material. The Hearst papers are known for their
features; everj artist and peclni writer Is the best In his line. The
Herald by special arranccment, hat been enabled to publish Its eholce of
the hest features of the Hearst papers the same day of their publication
b Mr. Hearst's string of papers. Nothing like it has ever been attempted
In the southwest before.
The Herald has alwajn believed in inaugurating thing; It has always
led the procession In the southwest, but In this instance it has inaugurated
the biggest and most expensive feature service In its history.. This In
cludes the Hearst comic color pasrcst n service that has been used each
week In The Herald for several 3 ears. In the past The Herald had tbe
rights to these alone for EI Paso; now It has the exclusive rights for all
the Hearst features.
Don't fail todaj to read "How Women Love," a story of deep human
interest, bj EC In Wheeler " ileox. Get Interested also In the dally short
stor, which Is another feature just added to The Herald. These stories
are by the best writers In the world.
"THE HEEALD DOES IT FIBST."
eles Dispatch Says
v Challenge John-
ears Only Kaufman.
ES HIM THE
TE RACE'S HOPE
fhnks He Can Yet
me Back" Berger Is
rking for Second Fight
go, HI., July 9. That James J.
may ask for a return match.
,ck Johnson Is a statement con-
In a Los Angeles dispatch, re-
here toaay. The information.
is said to come from a relish!
says Jeffrie3 is credited "with.
ng that he would insist on a re
tch with Johnson within six
following his return from his
trip in the mountains.
ies, it Is said, clams if he can.
the ring in as good condition
a few days before the fight
Al Kaufman is the white man's hope,
according to champion Jack Johnson.
"Al Kaufman Is the best man in the
world at 45 rounds," Johnson declared,
"and I would have to do him up In the
lrst few sessions In order to be able
to handle him myself. I have been box
ing with Kaufman for some time and
I know he's got a punch and stamina
batfk of it to give anybody a hard bat
tle. Naturally, I think I can beat him,
but I'd rather go against Jeffries any
day in the week."
Johnson Say He's Straight.
"I could have dragged down three
hundred and fifty thousand for my end
of the battle with Jeffries had I agreead.
to throw the fight, but no amount of
coin is ever going" to induce me to Vg
ure in a shady deal -so long as I am in
the ring. I Intend to retire and nobody
will ever accuse me of pulling off a
crooked deal." Jack Johnson made
this statement in a speech at a local
theater last night.
JEFFRIES "WANTS TO RETIRE.
Los Angeles, Cal., July 9. Sporting
men are skeptical regarding the report
that Jeffries might challenge Johnson
for a return match- Since his return
to Los Angeles Jeffries has said little,
except that he would retire to his al
falfa farm and shut himself in against
the world for a time. He expressed the
belief that with ithe nervous strain of
the "battle of the century" eliminated,
he would make a much better showing
in a return match, and this probably
gave rise to the report that he would
seek such a match.
In reality, Jeffries has little intention
Continued on Page Two.)