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EL PASO HERAL
Tuesday, September 13, 1910
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ber of Saloons Allowed in
Based on the scholastic census of the
oiu, El Paso's census is 42,G36, and the
population in the county 62,712, accord
ing to the report of county judge A. S.
J. Eiar at th meeting o"f the count'
conmissioners Monday afternoon. This
will allow El Paso county 125 saloons,
85 of which may be located in the city.
A petition, u Inch was presented ait
the meeting asking for a change in the
boundary lines of the 24th election dis
trict, was referred to commissioner Love.
I he proposition of resurfacing the
county road through East El Paso from
the intersection of Mftgofnn avenue to
Evergreen cemetery was discussed and a
message -was sent to mayor C. E. Kellv
and alderman Y. S. Clayton, of the
street and grades committee, asking for
County physician H. S. White -was or
dered not to buy any more drugs for
federal prisoners held in the county jail,
the commissioners stating that sheriff
Hall was paid for the care of the men.
A motion that the county macadamize
the CHnt-San Elimrio road carried.
Judge Eyiar was authorized to enter
into a contract -with the El Paso Valley
Water Users' association to water the
trees on the county road for a period of
Commissioner Love -was allowed $350
for improving the old Van Horn-Carlsbad
A communicatoin was read from the
Berino Farmers' association asking that
El Paso county build a double width
road through Anthony. As the Teater
part of Anthony lies in New Mexico, it
was voted to build the road as soon as
a road is built from Las Cruces to con
nect with the road from El Paso to An
thony. The afternoon meeting was attended
by all the commissioners, with county
judge Eylar presiding.
CATTLE IN TEXAS
Crossed With the Ordinary
Texas Cattle ,They Are
DrT. A. Bray, head of the local, Clarifv as many ideas as we can, that
brancn of tfle bureau of animal industry, we may thus arouse in our soul more
B?3C1Ved riWft irom -.H- Pearce, j and more that now are obscure. The
of Pearce, Texas, for on official to be , ciear ideas may at times seem to gov
sent there to mspec a shipment of the ern our external life, but the others
porfxi Zebu caotle winch are to be sent I perforce must march on at the head of
to Mexico. An inspector will be sent as our intimate life, and the life that we
soon as one is available. , see Invariably ends by obeying the in-
I he Braman or Zefcu cattle, which axe ! visible life
held sacred in certain portions of India, j 0"n the 'quality, number and power
were imported several -ref rs ago at great of Gur clear ideas do the quality, num
expense by A. H. Pearce for experimental ! ber and power depend of those that
purposes, fhere were about 100 in the are vague: and bidder, away in the
original shipment, but several oi them , midst of these vagues ones, patiently
c uiucicu uwvvea u tne leaerai biding their hour, there may well lurk
government because they were found to . most of tne definite tr-r.Hs that we
be lniected with certain diseases. The ; seek with sllch ardor. Let us not keep
remaining ca.t!e were crossed with na- j them waitmg too long; and Indeed, a
trve stock and the resultmgbreed is said beautiful crystal idea we awaken with
to be very satarfactory. The chief ad- in us shaii not fall, in its turn, to
stiiuij; oi me nyina is saaa to oe tuat
it is immune from the fatal fever tick.
The hump on the shoulders of the
Zebu cattle disappears in the hyibrid.
TWO COMPLAINTS ABE
PILED IN COUNTY COURT
Railroad Man Is Charged With Carrying
a Pistol and Mexican with
An information was filed in county
court Tuesday morning by county attor
ney Bridgers charging JdL T. Foster with
carrying a revolver. Foster, who was
arrested hj the police Monday night fol
2owing the -aHesed diswlav of a mm in
he Club Bouse cafe on El Paso street, j
was arraagnecL in poiace court Tuesday !
juiuiiixui;. ij tstio. ce was a jyiexican
raflroad contractor and remembered but
liutile of the preceding nighf s occur
renoes. When arrested, he had. $206 in
Mexican money, 30 cents American
money, and a gold watch.
A complaint charging burglary3' was
also filed in county court Tuesday
morning, Koqua Silva being named de
fendant. Silva was arrested Sunday
night and charged by the police with en
tering the house of Jose Gomez, a
Pcampo alley and Eighth street, and se-
guitar. A charge of theft under $50 was
registered against shim at the police sta
tion, before the transfer of the case to
Valentine, Tex Sept. 13. Dr. and Mrs.
George B. Graves are In Marfa. They
made the trip overland 'in their new
Mr. and Mrs. Lester S. Smith in com- !
pany with Grant Robinson of St. Paul,
Minn., are in "Ft. Davis on business.
Rev. Milligan of Tan Horn, conducted
the rnorning sen-ices held in the Union
church Sunday. In the evening Rev.
- lji ms was in cnargc. j
uj iu.oure ox iana, is visiting j
r J? wt oore- -OI znis Place.
1 Brlte of Marfa, delivered sev- J
eral cars of cattle -to Mr. Anthony, j
These will be shipped to Los Angeles, l
.m-tj,. 1 v. smyaer and children have
gone to Dallas for an extended visit
L. W. Snyder and W. W. Tellons are
in Van Horn on business.
25 PERCENT OFF. HIXSON'S.
See Swanson, The Tailor, now.
25 PERCENT OFF. HEXSONS.
Lanier of the Cavalry
A "New Herald Story
ty Gen. Chas.
romance of army life in the Indian country in indian fighting days..
Lanier, the self sacrificing hero who typifies Uncle Sam's military offi
eer; Miriam, tie sweet girl whose love he wins; Dora, the capricious lit
tle beauty who sets a whole military encampment in a turmoil,, Itawdon,
ynung, misjudged, but honest, who was the 'rival of the evil officer Eaf
ferty. a soldier of whom the service was well rid thes are only -,ome of
the characters that Gen. King has drawn in he thrilling settings in the
far west of bvgone days when the Apaches and the Sioux waged war on
the "pale faces"' in their last stand to save their hunting grounds. In
this realistic narrative the humor compels laughter, the romance cl-arms
and the intrigue and tragedy thrill and grip 'he realr.
This thriller will be printed in The TleraLl n soon a? th? present se
rial, "The Silver Horde," is concluded.
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self defeated by his old time opponent.
Samuel TV. Gould, Democrat.
The victory of Daniel J. McGillieuddy,
in the second district, was not so sur
prising as John S. Swasey narrowly
missed defeat in his section two years
ago. This is the late Nelson Dingleys
Old Timer Has, Close Call.
In the first district Asher C. Hinds,
whose talents as a parliamentarian were
discovered years ago by Thomas B
Reed, and who has sat -oehiud half a
dozen speakers, including Jos. G. Can
non, was given a hard fight by former
sheriff Wmi. M. Penned, Democrat. This
was ex-speaker Thomas B. Reed's ola
In the fourth, the late Chas. A. Bou
telle was long the boss.
The election was the quietest in years.
The vote was about an average one for
an off year and the total will run to
about 140,000. Governor Fernald said:
"I have no doubt from the returns at
hand that Mr. Plaisted has been elected.
I don't understand why the vote should
take such a sudden change in all parts
of the state."
THE BIRTH OF TRUTH.
By Maurice Maeterlinck.
"Our reason," said Fenelon, "is de
rived from the clearness of our ideas."
"But were we to allow our clear
ideas only to govern our life, we
should quickly become undeserving of
either much love or esteem. For, truly,
what could be less clear than the rea
sons that bid us be generous, upright
and just; that teach us to cherish in
all things the noblest of feelings and
thoughts? But it happily so comes to
pass that the more clear ideas we
possess, the more do we learn to re
spect those that as yet are still vague.
j arouse a beautiful vague Idea; which
j last, growingr old, and having- itself
become clear (for is not perfect clear-
ness most often the sign of decrepi
j tude in the idea?) shall also go forth
t ana aisturD irom its siumDer anotner
obscure idea, but loftier, lovelier far
than it had been itself in its sleep; and
thus, it may be, treading gently, one
after the other, and never disheartened,
in the midst of those silent ranks
some day, by mere chance, a small
hand, scarcely visible yet, shall touch
a great truth.
J- HERE AND XO"VV. 4.
5 (By Ella Wheeler "Wilcox.) 4-
Copyright, 1910. by the New York
Evening Journal Publishing Co.
Here, in the heart of the world.
Here, in the noise and the din.
Here, where our spirits were hurled
To battle with sorrow and sin,
This is the place and the spot
For knowledge of infinite things;
This is the kilngdom where Thought
Can conquer the prowess of kings.
Wait for no heavenly life,
Seek for no temple alone;
Here, in the midst of the strife.
Know what the sages have known.
See what the Perfect Ones saw
God 'in the depth of each soul,
God as the light and the law,
God as beginning and goal.
Earth is one chamber of Heaven,
Death is no grander than birth,
Joy in the life that was given,
Strive for perfection on earth.
Here, in the turmoil and roar.
Show what it is to be calm;
Show how the spirit can soar
And bring back Its healing and balm.
Stand not aloof nor apart,
Plunge in the thick of the fight
There in the street and the mart,
There is the place to do right.
Not in some cloister or cave,
Not in some kingdom above.
Here, on this side of the crave.
Here, should we labor and love.
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Miss Minnie Stark, of the Oalisher
company, has returned from her ranch
near Camp, X. M. Miss Stark reports
tltat rather than afoatimr, the oil interest
is increasing. Miss Stark has an interest
in a ranch of 2000 acres and confidentl'
expects that valuable oil fields will be
developed on the property.
Kin??., U. S. A.)
MAY YOHE IS A
New York, Sept. 13. May Xohe, the
singer and actress, after a checkered
career extending over several years,
has been stricken with paralysis and
thus deprived of making that living
she could on the stage, after her many
escapades audi misfortunes. In the
middle of a song recently, her mouth
suddenly twitched, her vo ce gave out,
and she sank to tne s-tagc, a wreck of
her former self.
At one time she was the wife of
lord Hope and possessed the celebrated
Hope diamonds. Divorced, she later
met Capt. Putnam Bradlee Strong, son
of mayor Strong, of New York, and
went all oer the world with him in
an effort to live down the scandal oc
casioned' by their connection.
There were stories that she and
Strong were married and other stories
denying it. Of late years she has been
compelled to eke out a comparatively
poor existence, singing in second class
GOVERNOR MILLS MAKES
Santa Fe, N. M., Sept. 13. Governor
Mills has appointed Dr. W. E. Garrison
delegate to. the irrigation congress
at Pueblo, Colo, and the following as
delegates to the Asociaticn of Military
surgeons of the United States at Rich-
mond, Va., on November 1: Colonel
KODert bmart, Albuquerque; major S. A.
Milliken of Silver City; major J. F.
Pearce, Albuquerque: captain J. A. Has
sle, Santa Fe; captain H. M. Smith, Las
Vegas, and captain C. F. Beason of
Roswell, all of the New Mexico Nation
Territorial secretary Nathan Jaffa
has appointed Eugene Lujan of Clayton,
but recently of Trinidad and Denver!
Colo., stenographer for the session of
the constitutional convention.
CAMPBELL MAY APPOINT
THE PENITENTIARY BOARD.
Austin, Tex., Sept. 13. Attorney gen
eral Jewel P. Lightfoot is looking up
'authorities on the question raised as to
whether the penitentiary bill will be
come effective under the constitution
the 10th of December or the 20th of
January as provided in the bill passed
by the legislature.
It is stated that if it is found that
the constitution gives the governor the
right to appoint members of the peni
tentiary board because the measure be
comes effective b'efore the new ad
ministration takes the reins of govern
ment, .Campbell will lose time in mak
ing appointments. The opinion is ex
pected this week.
HEARST AGENT WINS HIS
FIGHT WITH GOV. HASKELL.
Guthrie, Okla,, Sept. 13. The last
chapter in the Haskell-Hearst litigation
was finished here today' when the su
preme court for lack of prosecution,
dismissed the appeal of Scott MacRe
nolds, agent for TV. R. Hearst, who was
charged with conspiracy while here
securing evidence for use in defense
in the suit of Haskell against Hearst
for libel in conectiort with the publi
cation of certain items in newspapers
regarding Haskell while the Oklahoma
governor was treasurer of the national
Democratic, committee during the last
HOPE IRRIGATION COMPANY
INCORPORATES AT SANTA FE.
Santa Fe, N. M.. Sept. 13. The May
Ditch Irrigation company has today
-filed incorporation papers, the capital
being 12,000 and the headquarters
Hope, Eddy county. The company will
take a five mile canal out of the Pen
asco carrying 13 cubic feet per second.
The incorporators and directors are
C. G. Park, Ethel S. Parfy George Mel
ton, J. A. Santo, J. G. Ault, all of Hope.
ARE MEETING AT "WACO.
"Waco, Texas, Sept. 13. (The Nursery
mon's association, of which J. R. May
hew of "Waxahachie is president, Is
assembling here today for a two days'
session. A number of prominent nur
serymen of the state are expected to
be in attendance.
Calisher's Head Milliner Arrives.
Miss Ij. Fash, One of the Foremost Mil
liners of New York, Arrived
The rapid remodeling that is going
on at the Calisher temporary store, 107
111 N. Stanton, indicates the early re
sumption of the regular Calisher busi
ness. The arrival yesterday of Miss D.
Fash, of New York, further emphasizes
this fact. It is the plan of the company
at present to open the millinery and
ready to wear departments previous to
the other sections. Securing"Miss Fash
to take charge of the millinery depart
ment is particularly fortunate. She "nas
an enviable reputation in the east, ami
n Paso women should look forward to
the opening of the Calisher millinery
department under her charge.
VISIT JIIXJSON'S DISCOUNT SAIE.V
When the digestion is all right, the
action of the bowels regular, there Is a
natural craving and relish for foodd.
"When this is lacking you may know
that you need a dose of Chamberlain's
Stomach and Liver Tablets. They
strengthen the digestive organs, im
prove the appetite and regulate the
bowels. Sold by all druggists.
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Brevities I iirnrnHTiinnnnsv WJmJUJI mfaUmdm
Xew Milk Depot
The Texas Aairy .will .open its new
milk depot at 307 N. Stanton Tuesday,
September 13. Phones: Bell 1145; Auto
Dr. Cameron reliable dentistry, reason
able price. Over Guarantee shoe store.
C. L.. Billlnprton, 709 Magoffin. Tel.
1489, painting, paper hanging, decorating
Our Dill Iickleh.
Are just as nice and fresh now as in
December. It's the way we keep them.
Jackson's Sanitary Grocery.
Killed Shooting: Craps.
St. Louis, Mo., Sept. 13. In a dice
game dispute over 1 cent Frank Mont-
koowski's life was taken by Stanislaus
"Wisneski. Montkoowski, who was 18
years old, was hit on the head with a
stone weighing 10 pounds. TVisneski
Open an' up town milk depot at 307
N. Stanton for tne convenience of its
customers. - Phones: Bell, 1145; Auto,
r Tobasco Slirinjj.
If you want something that will just
fit your appetite try some Tobasco
Jackson's Sanitnry Grocery.
Dr. Anna licum, lady ptiysician, resi
dence S12 Magoffin. Both phones.
Dr. J. A." Hedrick, surge6n and gyne
cologist. Room 4, Coles Building.
Many Murders and Suicides.
Philadelphia, Pa., Sept. 13. -Another
mruder and suicide, the fifth in this
city during the last 30 days, .was
brought to light when the bodies of
Harry Schlenz, 45 years old. and his
wife Martha, aged 42 years, were
found in their home with revolver
wounds in their heads. It is believed
by the police that the man shot his
wife and killed himsqlf.
I""or Pure II ilk and Cream
Call Texas Dairy, phones, Bell, dairy,"
1144 and office 1145; Auto, 1144. Mifk
depot 307 X. Stanton.
Dr. PrentlHs, practice limited to dis
eases of stomach, intestines and liver.
Rio Grande Bank building.
Keep in Mind
Those large queen olives, we have
bulk, always fresh.
Jackson's Sanitary Grocery
Xnsel "May Be a Judge.
Washington, p. C, Sept. 13. tThe
nn-mA nf Pharli5i Xarel. spprfttarv nf
mmorce and labor, has renlaced that
Df the late solicitor general Bowers In
the cossId of "Washington regarding-
j the expected apolntments to the pres-
j ent and prospective vacancies in the
supreme court. Secretary Nagel was
born in Texas in 1S49. but has lived
In Missouri nearly all his life.
Ready for competition- for quality of
j milk and cream and for quick delivery-
j C. W. Ardoin, proprietor., . ,
Burnham & Marrills' flaked codfish
Teady to serve.
Jackson's Sanitary Grocery.
Taft May Not Visit Canal.
Beverly, Mass., Sept. 13. The trip
to Panama which president Taft had
planned to take in November to In
spect the work that has been done on
the isthmian canal, may be given up.
It is understood that several Republi
can leaders have endeavored to con
vince the president that the political
situation requires his presence In this
Let us suggest a dainty frozen desert.
Phone the Elite any time.
Concha Spanish restaurant,
ican dishes. 217 Sonora St.
Tlie Fraternal Brotherhood.
Beginning September 14 the Frater
nal Brotherhood will give regular "Wed
nesday evening social dances In their
hall, corner of Oregon and Overland Sts.
Good music. Gentlemen 50c; ladles free.
Two Aviation Records Set.
Boston, Mass., Sept. 13. One world's
record and two American records
were broken by the flyers at the Harvard-Boston
aero meet yesterday.
Ralph Johnstone, In a "Wright biplane,
made new marks in accuracy, duration
and distance events. An achievement
no less marvelous was a flight of
Claude Grahame White, of England, in
which he went twice to Boston light
and return from the field, a distance
of 33 miles. In 34 minutes, 1 1-5 sec
onds, or almost a mile a minute for the
Clams and Clam .Tnice.
Down east Doxsee? little neck clams,
minced clams and clam juice are real
delicacies, that's why we have added
them to our stock.
Jackson's Sanitary Grocery.
Dr. W. R. Weeks, chronic diseases.
Peach Ice cream delivered after sup
per. Phone the Elite.
New York, Sept. 13 A man believed
to be John Kekas, the Greek leper, of
Salt Lake Citv, who broke quaran
tine there, evaded interception in Chi
cago and escaped eastward, was ar
rested hore as he was about to buy
a ticket for Greece. The man's ap
pearance was hideous and in a prelimi
nary examination at the hospital au
thorities said they believed he was a
EelK in Jelly.
A delicacy that is much sought for
Jnckson'y Snnltnrv Grocery,
This is to notify the public that the
estate of J. E. Naglfej-, or Mrs. .T. L
Nagley Is no longer connected with the
undertaking business known as Nagley
Mrs. J. E. Nnprley.
August 31, 1910.
Tonight the Bijou will show an ex
cellent Edison film, taken from the
works of Emile Zola, this picture Is
called "The attack on the Mill," and de
picts an incident of the Franci-Prus-sian
war. The staging, costuming and
acting Is verv realistic, and the pic
ture is one of the best the Edison com
pany has produced.
Many Churches in West
Texas "Will Be Repre
sented in El Paso.
Big preparations are being made for
the Baptist district association, which
convenes here Thursday afternoon at
The memhers of the various Baptist
churches of vhc cit3 will entertain the
delegates during the sessions of the
association. There are 24 churches in the
association and each church is entitled to
from three to five delegates, making
about 100 delegates in all.
The district extends as lar as bander-
son on the Southern Pacific, and Mid-
land on the T. & P., and includes several
counties in !New Mevico.
The officers in the association are:
Rev. J. C. Burkett, of Midland, moder
ator: Bev. J. B. Cole, of Pecos, corre
sponding secretary; Rev. E. B. Atwood,
of Alpine, clerk; Wood' Johnson, ( of
The association employs a number of
missionaries as preacaers to the churches
in the district and Rev. W. L. Head, who
has been conducting a tent meetin"- in El
Paso, is the associated evangelist.
The pulpits of the seven Baptist
churches will be supplied Sunday bj' the
ministers attending this conference.
There are five white Baptist churches
in the citv, one Mexican and one negro
church. Some notable men in the de
nomination are expected to attend,
among whom are Dr. J. B. Gambrell, of
Dallas, representing the Baptist Stand-
McConnell. superintendent of state mis
sions, is also expected.
The Women's Auxiliary of -the Asso
ciation wall conyene Friday afternoonat
the Houston Square Baptist church o
transact business. The officers of hfs
society are: President, Mrs. Woody
Johnson, of Pecos; secretary and treas
urer, CMrs. Bettv White, of Pecos.
The meeting of the association will I
JTJAEEZ A RIOT OF
Decorations in Place and the
City Heady for Independ
Finishing touches on the decoration of
Ciudad Juarez are being applied, ani
Wednesday 'begins the centenarv cele
bration in El Paso's sister citv and. all
Mexico. The Mexican border city is in
a riot of color bunting and flags every-
rr'liflrA fVn5fnf.ilt,Trvn nlno i: Tvpnrr Tinner
irtfn -o m n niol -v !-w.rH4' w Iawt.ijI li-ror
t-iiu v utj iiau ill uuiib vuiumi uupui-
At sunrise a salut-e of cannon and
I ringing of bells will proclaim the hoist
! ing of the national colors over the city,
At noon another salute will be made,
and Desnnmnir at 4 oclocK. a urogram
will be given in the plaza. Rafael Ra-
meriz and Domitoli Roberto will make
addresses. A band serenade will benn in
the plaza at 9 oclock and continue until
Bv order of mav- Portilio ah saloons
J n close at noon Wednesday, and will
remain closed until Saturdav night. The
fiesta will continue through Sunday, the
18th. when governor Sanchez will visit
the border city, unveil the -Juarez statue,
and be entertained at a banquet by the
& J? il iaJjij X OilUl
Was Shot Three Times Po
lice Hold Former Em
ployer, an Italian,
Torreon, Mex., Sept. 18. "While Mi
guel Arce, proprietor of La Marina sa
loon, was sitting in his place of busi
ness on Juarez avenue, an Italian en
tered the saloon and pulling a gun
fired at Arce five times, three shots
taking effect arid killing him almost
instantly. The bartender,, Miguel Gon
zalez, instantly grabbed the assailant
and held him until the police arrived
and carried him off to jail where he is
It seems that Arce was un to a short
time ago employed in the Italian's sa-
loon. El Oongreso, near the depot, and
he quit a few days ago to open a sa
loon of his own. Inasmuch as he had j assault of unusual brutality, is evident j tne Columbia uanK and Trust cotn
always appeared to be a very poor man, by a careful examination of his body. . pany failed at Oklahoma City, vth,
his former employer became suspicious ! Ilea ever, marks of mutilation onlv con- ! $3,000,000 liabilities last year. The
of him and decided that he must, have i
been stealing from him before he left
to be able to go into busines for him- j
self and for .this the Italian proceeded
to get vengance. j
ABISOISFA CAE LINE
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MAY EE. EXTENDED j
Council Hears Arguments in
Favor of Residenst.
The city council will be asked Thurs
day morning to take definite action on
the petition of residents of Golden Hill
and Franklin Heights, who ask for
an extension of the Arizona street car
line. This was decided at a special
mepting Tuesday morning at the coun-
cil chamber, which was attended by L
mayor Kelly, aldermen Clayton, Hewitt
and McGhee, a number of the petition
ers' represented by J. U. Sweeney and
the street car company, represented
by judge Leigh Clark.
The discussion lasted two hours, con
siderable time being given to the in
troduction of legal decisions. Mr.
i Sweeney contended that the council '
had the power to order tne extension,
which Is asked to run by the Baldwin
sanatorium. Judge Clark advanced an
opposite opinion. It is jaid that about
800 residents in the Golden Hill and
Franklin Heights additions would
benefit as a result of tho extension of j
ON CALIFORNIA COAST.
Salinas. Calif.. Sept. 13. Two
sharp earthquake shocks were
felt here early this morning. No
damage is reported.
DIVORCE IS GRANTED
IN DISTRICT COURT.
Steve Biava was granted a divorce
from Irene Biava by judgv A. M Wal
thall, in the 41st ditrut court Mon
day afternooon. M- P'-" a i-. a de
tractor on the Mex North Western
railroad at Chihuahua.
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capttired and is now in jail. Two of the
party are believed to have been Chinese.
The door of the house in which the Yee
J had taken refuge had been pried open
j "with a professional burglar's 'jimmy."
1 The Mexican arrested is not known.
I He declares that he went to Fonsfs
house to get some opium, and not with
intent to kill anvbodv. However, the
presence of the ee in that dwelling
throws a Harm? siisnSmon on the affair.
According to Yee Mon Lai, the murder
of Leung was the result of his refusal to
pay to the h.1 Paso highbinder society
j a necessary $25, not for his protection,
J Juarez Watching Chinamen.
and the supposed attempt on the life of
( the Juarez merchant, the Mexican police
have declared a stringent quarantine on
suspicioua Orientals. Commandant of
police Ponce de Leon says he is going
to protect everv Juarez Chinaman
aninst violence, and that everv sus
picious or armed Oriental who comes i pleaded guilty late yesterday to an
from El Paso dees so at great risk of ' attempt to wreck a train and was sen
innmediate arrest. Yee Mon Lai is being j tenced to one year In the reformatory,
carefullv guarded, since his statement r Granite section hands stopped the train
regarding the reward for his life is taken j in tlme to prevent the wreck,
quite seriously and in good faith. j ZZT Z
Dead iiodv Held.
Arrangements for the burial of Leung
Mon Don have not been .perfected, and
in the meantime Leung Bong, a close
friend of the dead man. has been ap
pointed administrator of liis estate. The
murdered Chinaman owned the Xew
England restaurant on North Stanton
street and other property, lhe restau-
' rant has not been dosed.
Most Brutal Murder,
That Leunsr Mon Don was victim of an
fuse any tleerv of sequence of event in
the killing ltsell. .
Dt.itn pruo.iiy was caused bj" a. knife
blow in the pit of the abdomen. The
gash is almost vertical, having been
made from left to right. The external
?nt. -is juur inches j lenKDiu d the
knite touched tlie backbone, so forceful
m the blow.
Aside from tlws. there is a slight
i touch of the knife on the right side
sHgbtlv lower than the fatal wound.
The bmde there did not penetrate a
ouartcr inch. Cut, and bruises on the
face denote ant&er terrible blow made by
some blunt object. The Bps are split. :
the nose gashed open and the forehead I
.bruised. This blow, if made at one time,
was delivered by an object held horizou
tall'. Nattiral curve of the face leaves
little ground for the theory that the
wounds were received bv a fall. Such a
". -V, - ..Ci V - t u .. I
flexible object as a black jack slug J
coinu. Kiu&e ime wirve wuuuus at viuyiu."
I horizontal location, with one bkw. tne
weapon so tracing the iorm of the face.
"Pnn-n fnr Srprri1jjHnTi
Which came first, blow or cut is
speculative for two-reasons. The slight
nrick on the abdomen denotes either a
hort-falHiv; thrust of the knife, or an
effort to tourture the -victim into de
livery of inforuxiitiion or material. Also
tftetrail of blood shows thwt the China
man waiked some distance befor9 falling, j Texas. This raise came from the com
From two sources comes indication pany without action on the part of the
that the Chinaman was murdered early men and will affect several thousand
in the night. When tound the rigor j employes, as the 'order is effective over
mortis had tiakon firm rip on the body, j the whole system.
iiizu. a iuctu . live- iuiuiii in :- ' (.riwvs. JI
w5 quite undigested. -
Leung Mon Don was killed by an
assault which in force is quite" un
oriental, and in manner markedly occi
dental. The nran or men who delivered
the blows were sureh of re;rtarkablc
physical strength, an I were positive as
to the result of thir attempt.
straigixtemm; oit v
JHM(. nnNV TAXGLE.
H. L. Roper loft toca for New York
acting for the western creditors of the
Dawson Gold Mine and Milling com
pany, to attempt to harmonize the east
ern and western interests and get op
erations resume1 at- im. wrh a iew to
painK ff tht ir-lt lrs of t r com
punj jr-1 r - !-.",! tn u. firm
j footing, f
-; j tt
a Wheat Straw V
TO ATTEND MEETING-
jXo Quorum Again of the
Ballinger Pinchot Com
Chicago. I1L, Sept. 13. The Republi
can members of the Billingex-Pinohot
Investigating committee met here to
day on the call of chairman Knute Nel
son, with the exception of senators
Flint and Root. As was expected, the
Democratic members and representa
tive Madison, insurgent Republican,
failed to attend and as a result no
quorum was present. t
However, it was reported that sena
tor Nelson had a letter from senator
Flint authorizing him to cast Mr.
Flint's vote with the majority of the
If this is done, action on the aues-
, tion as to whether the Republican find
! ines in thft cnnirnvpr!v em7T ha -rr,-
ings in the controversy shall be made
public now may be expected.
WOLLD3E OKLAHOMA HERO
SENTENCED TO REFORMATORY.
Boy Admitted That He Took Spikes
From Railroad Bridge So He
3IIffht Get Carnegie
Guthrie, Okia., Sept. 13. Ralph Gar
rison of Enid, the youth who removed
spikes from the railroad track on the
Rock Island bridge at Deer creek, in
tending to warn the first train and se
cure a Carnegie medal for heroism.
un.iiaiiu.H.v scy-uxnx x c-xJHA-AAXJiS
MUST PAY" STATE SCHOOL FUNDS;
Money W'sh Deposited In Bank YVklck
Failed at Oklahoma City and tbe
Trust Companies Are Uable.
Guthrie, Okla., Sept. 13, Three se
curity 'companies today in the supreme
court of the state were held liable for
$140,000. relieving the state bank de
posit guaranty fund of responslbility
i for school land funds Involved, when
j concerns bonded the bank to secure
the school funds on deposit. The case
went from the district court to the
See Swanson, The Tailor, now.
MAN ON TRIAL AT YERNON
PLEADS GUILTY TO ROBBERY.
"Vernon, Texas, Sept, $L3. After a
jury had been secured in the district
court here today to try Allen HInglass
on a charge of complicity in the rob-
bery of a bank at Harrold. Texas.
last spring. Hinglass entered a plea
of guilty. The jury has not yet deter-
mined -hi! punishment.
The trial of H. A. "Warner on the
same charge is in progress this after
nooon. Frank Hblloway, anotner.
against whom a similar charge is
standing- and who was released on
bond, did not appear and his bond was
forfeited. Holloway Is said to have
been shot and seriously wounded re
cently at Oklahoma City.
KATY raises salary
OF alt- its operators.
Denison, Tex.. Sept. 13. A wage in-
crease for telegraph operators amount
ing to from $7.50 to 515 monthly was
todav announced by the telegraph de
partment of the Missouri. Kansas and
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