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EI Paso, Texas,
December 6, 1910 -12 Pages
EI Paso's Rapid Grovth
Official TTnitea States Census.
Population 1910 39,273
Population 1900 15.906
Population 1890 10,333
Dead Insurrecios About To
nnifin . In
J f B l W
l IV 1Nl1
Mexican Troops and Insur
rectos Expected to Fight
Near San Andres at Once.
OF THE BEG-ULABS
C. D. Hagcrty. Associated Press
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Chihuahua, Mexico, Dec. 6. Congress j
met Mondav' and elected Alberto Ter-
razas acting governor of this state, sue-
1 t, i,
ceeding Jose Maria Sancnes. The elec-
tion is really an appointment which. Four ocean liners which crept into
serves to consolidate authority, as Gen. j port this morning were forced to an
Luis Terrazas, father of the new gov- chor in the lower bay because of the
ernor, owns a third of the land in the , blinding snow,
state and has always been the power Shipping in general is-tied up.
behind the throne. ! This is New York's first real snow-
Thp jiew jrovernor is the brother of i storm. There was a blinding fall yes-
Mrs. Enrique Creel, wife of the Mexican
secretary of foreign afairs and former
governor of Chihuahua, and Gen. Ter
razas, his father, held the position of
governor before .Mr. Creel was elected
to toe office.
Gen. Juan A. Hernandez has assumed
control of this military zone, succeed
ing Gen. Manuel M. Plata. Hernandez
is known as an inexorable fighter who
has no sympathy with the common
troops which left here
Saturday, camped at Santa Isabel Mon
day. Six hundred of the enemy were
reported 15 miles away at -San Andres
and the government troops split into
two detachments to recounoiter in
TROORS MARCHIXG TO
CHIHUAHUA FROM SOXORA
Douglas, Ariz,, Dec. 6. According to
reports .received here, troops which,
passed south of Douglas several das
ago have succeeded in making tneir
way through the mountains and to Chi
huahua. Other troops, which passed
through Batopilas, are due at Chihua
The towns of San Andres and Santa
Isabel are at present without local
authorities but conditions ,in both are
reported tranquiL The revolutionists
are reported to 'nave retreated from
those towns and workmen 2iaye been
permitted to repair- the telephone and
telegraph lines in this section.
NO FURTHER WORK FOR
TROOPS OX TEXAS SIDE
Del Rio, Texas, Dec. 6. Capt. Thayer, j
commanding troop K, Third cavalry,
sent here from Fort Sam. Houston to
patrol the border and prevent any overt
acts in connection with the trouble in
Mexico, has received orders which will
transfer the troop to Fort Clark on
December 10. The troop stationed at
Eagle -Pass will also move to Fort
Aside from the mere formality of pa
troling the border, there tnas been no
work for the soldiers since they were
brought here. Absolutely nothing has
transpired to give credence to any ac
tivity along the river in this section.
Americans cross and recross the river
and go into the interior the same as
formerly and feel perfectly secure.
A local hunting party speut several
weeks in the mountains southwest of
her during the entire trouble in Coa
huila and they were not only unmo
lested but 'hardly knew that any trouble
was in the air.
BRIXG REPORT OF TROUBLE
IX AXD AROUXD ZACATECAS
Something did occur In Zacatecas, in
pite of contradictions, according ,to
travelers from that city who have ar
rived in El Paso. While the affair of
two weeks ago was not a great not, as
reported, yet there was something do-
Tn Americans and five Mexi
can" all employed in the nearby mines,
were' arrested. An American mining
ah -rtaiieii-u. iu.u.u&
man escaped from the police anu wa.a
caught by pedestrians in the street,
while a Mexican miner required five po
licemen to drag him to jail. The Amer
icans were released without fine on the
morning following the riot. It is de
clared that anti-American sentiment
ran very high at that time.
NEW C03IM VXDER FOR THE
TROOPS IX CHIHUAHUA STATE
Gen Manuel M. Plata, in charge of
the second military zone, with head
quarters in the city of Chihuahua, has
been removed from that position, it is
i,rrt Failure Ot nis comma.uu w ..
cope witin the condition in the west is j,
unquestionamy me cau -moval.
In the place of Gen. Plata,
comes Gen. Juan A. Hernandez, of
Co., T.nis Potosi. while the Chihuahua
1 ;., -n-m ptfihanffe with the
new appointee. The exchange of loca
tions will occur today, it is said.
EXPLODIXG EXGIXE THROWS
MAX'S BODY 100 YARDS.
Odessa, Texas, Dec 6. Engine
324 on the T. & P. blew up four
miles- east of Odessa at 10 a. m.
today, killing engineer Oliver
and his fireman, and badly in
juring one brakeman.
The engineer's body was found
100 yards -from the track. '
Comiaends Herald's Mexican News
Del Rio, Texas, Dec. 1.
Editor El Paso Herald:
You have certainly handled the Mexican socalled revolution fine,
jsving news while it was news without resorting to a lot of Tionsense
The people of Del Itio are greatly pleased with the matter that was
sent out .from here to The Herald. cspi-cUlly in view of the fact that this
town has received quite a bit of undesirable .notoriety from the fact that
it was formerly a rendezvous for revolutionists.
I put this in the past tense because, thanks to Don Manuel Cuesta,
Mexican consul. tlii- class has deemed it wise-to seek pastures new.
Since coming to Del. Rio he has wrought great changes by bringing
the Americans and the better class of Mexicans into a more thorough
understanding. Youis trulv. . fc
j D. Gushing. Pres. City Drug Co.
Business Is Forced to Sus
pend and Ocean Traffic Is
Tied Up in the East.
NEW YOBS HAS
w York, X. Y., Dec. C A blizzard ,
swept along the Atlantic seaboard and .
, over the lower lake region todaj. It,
wab 12 below at Canton, X. Y, which j
was the lowest temperature recorded. j
Rin- "- r sleet fell over the en- j
tire country from lrginia northeast
- throah the Xew Englanl states.
tefdav.afternoon and more than 20 per
sons were taken to hospitals after falls
Lexington, Ky., Dec. 6. One of the
heaviest snows in many years fell in
this section of Kentucky last night
and early today. The fall in the moun
tains was two feet, while it was 10
inches in the lowlands. Business in
the mountains is entirely suspended.
Ten Years' Record Broken.
. Qaliopolis, Ohio. Dec. 6. Twelve
inches of snow fell in this section last
night, the heaviest in 10 years.
Colli In Texas.
Fort Worth, Texas, Dec. C. The cold
est weather of the winter is prevailing
throughout north Texas, and ice is re
ported in many sections half an inch j
30 degrees here over night. A slight
snowfall is reported 'from upper pan
, 'CITY HALL AFIBE
Fort Worth, Texas, Dec. 6. An effort
to bum down Che city hall and p61ice
station wa foiled by the police early
this morning, when they discovered a
cell in which James Smith was con
fined was aflame and part of the ceil
ing was burned.
The cell is directly under the city
Discovering the flames, five police
men on duty hurriedly hurdled the 20
nrisoners into the chief's office' and A
fougJit the fire.
Smith, who started the blase, e;
capedr imt the others remained.
TWO BOYS SKINNED
AT JITABEZ FIESTA
Two American youths, visitors in El 1
Paso, lost $120, which they say con
stituted their total cash, at the games
In Juarez. They were "looking on"
Tuesday morning, they explain, when
a strange friend offered to stake them
to a "double up" variety of almost sure
thing game. They lost all within a few
There was a panic Monday night in
the gambling pavilion. Some say that j
OU111GWWU. vwvu, . - , ,
police declare that it only was caused I
by a policeman trying to arrest a j
drunken woman. Anyway, many ran i
out of the bis shed, all'was excitement
for a time, and a number had their j
toes trampled on.
TODD TO WATEB CO.;
NUNN SUCCEEDS HIM
Capt. Herbert Xunn, formerly county
C. E. Kelly to take charge of all I
departments of the city engineer's of-j
fice. succeeding F. H. Todd, who be- ;
' : i, ,Qr. niot onrt
comes eiiBiueci " -- - -"- j
i ;,r, or.rri-noa.r- frtr- tli oifv A r. I
Nunnvis now assisting m superintend-
ing the instalation of the sewage rais
ing pump at the mouth of the alley
on the north side of San Antonio street,
between El Paso and Oregon streets.
BRIDE OF 15 DIES .'
DAYS AFTER WEDDIXG.
Vaughn, X. M., Dec 6. Lucia
Ruibal, aged 15, who Avas mar
ried by Rev. father Halterman
to Ticente Gallegos, died five
days later. She was ill with tj'
phoid fever when she was mar
ried, but would not postpone the
wedding, and the excitement and
the dance that night helped to
cause her death. She was much
beloved by the entire commun
ity. BOY HROWXS IX i'AT
$ OF DEADLY POISOX"
; i fc New York, X. ., Dec. 5.
j $ .While he was frolicking with
V j - some other boys who worked
" I $ with him in a factory, Louis
' & Scheerer fell into a vat filled
( . -vrith a solution of cyanide of
I potassium. He opened his
'? iilouth to sci'eam, swallowed
some oi me suiuuuu anu uicu
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Body of American Killed in
Mexican Trouble Dese-
crated at the Grave. '
Americans abroad never received a
greater shock than, those of the Ameri
can colony at PatTaL as result of the
death of Edward Lawton, of Detroit,
who was accidentafiy killed in the bat-
tie of November 21. Xot only was the
American rwoncombattant killed out
rignt, but his body was taken" from its
coffin at the cemetery and photo
graphed with the bodies of Mexican in
surrecto5:. Whether it was buried in a
coffin or without, friends do not know.
While talking witha friend in the
patio of Hotel Central the mining man
was struck down by a bullet, said to
h richocheted from the sidewalk and
But Americans declare, they do not
see hov. .fc wag possible for suc-n a thin&
,, nTll1 thev believe he was de-
,L" " " bTsomebodv ,n top if
gj 1 bullshit
him on the chin, cut his throat and
ranged downward through his body,
coming out of his back almost as far
down, as his nips. They do not see how
glancing bullet would have taken
j such a downward course as nothing
have caused it to nchochet ex-
cept the cement sidewalk and this,
naturally, would have thrown the ball
But. recraruiess ol uie uia-inici ut mo
- !nliiff.nf it tho
ceam, Aineuvaiio .ic i".& - .... .
manner of his bur al
fllS UUUt W 1 iliixv.11 " .v.. -
the hotel by friends after the official
surgeon nad performed an autopsy, re- , Qf promi-nence ,n various
quired by the ohicials. This occurred I walfes Qf life re&ardingr juuicial appoint
Tuesday afternoon. . ment; Whlch the president expects to
Friends of La-ton. who had lived . 3Cnatt next week.
many years in the republic, supposed anrk Glre, cannon Apples.
that the body had been immediatelj -p ' ntative Chamn Clark, nros-
j buried in its coff'n. But a photograpn j
a copy oi wuiv.ii -h;- ' ',' S'tan
tnat it was u'. j-'jv; xcv. v..- ---
is shown in a line of dead bodies pho
tographed by the official photograpner.
The grav head of the American may be
seen the second at the right if the row.
Why his bodv was removed from the
coffin at the cemetery and why It was
laid out with the bodies of the insur
rectos and photographed, tne Ameri-
nm,nt understand. Those who
hae returned here declare they are not
certain where or how ne as uww
... .i. -... ii wns thrown into a
trench with 'the inurrectos or buried in
his coffin. The very iac iua "1B """1
was removed from the coffin at the
cemetery leads them to be suspicious
of what might have happened later.
The Americans held a meeting in
Parral last week to protest at the re
moval of the body from the coffin and
also expressed a desire to Know VihJ
their consul had not demanded an ex
Lawton was a Blue Lodge Mmoi.
The Mexican government has ordered
the above picture suppres sed and has
instructed the photographer homd
he grewsomo print not to make ai.j
more of the pictures. This Is done. It is
thought, to prevent the pictures reach
ing the American newspapers and cre
ating a sentiment adverse to the gov
FREXCII MASOXS DROP
XTSAftE OF THE BIBLE.
Waco, Teas, Dec. 6. In his
annua?, address to the 75th an
nual session, of the Texas grand
lode striking reference was
made bv grand master T. C.
Yantis.of Brownwood, to the at
titude of the Masons on the
Bible. He said while in Europe
recently he could not meet with
the Masonic lodges of Paris, as
they had removed the Bible from
the altar and substituted the
1 1 :
constitution of France.
Aext to last man on riprht i.s body of Ktlviard Lavtun, American, who.s? body was taken from coffin by Mexi
can officials and photographed vith dead insuTCctos a ccmctcrj, after American friends Iiad .sealed the body in a
casket for buried. Lawton'.s hend is d'reetl? at the feet of the fifth rixrale fiom the risht.
But Will-Beuable tq, Gaiy
Uut Many ot its j
Wanmgton, D. C., Dec. 6. Congress
gave respectful attention to president
Taft's message todav but there were,
comparatively few members who were
willing to. concede the probability of fa
vorable action at the present session on ;
many of the reco-nmendations, this in
view of the fact that the session will
close March 4. -". ""
Xevr Senators Snorn In. - "
In the senate today the oath -of "of
fice was administered to Claude A.
Swanson. successor to John W. "Daniel
as senator from Virginia; Joseph M.
Terre1.' s,ucressr ' senatx?r CI5
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l cessor to senator Dolliver of Iowa.
Cnleb Powers Sees Taft.
One of "the most Interesting caflers
on the president today was representative-elect
Caleb Powers, of Kentucky,
who wa convicted three times of- com
plicity in the Gocbel murder ense. Mr.
Powers was introduced by- -senator
Bradley, who declared that the n- con
gressman had been vindicated ny tho
heaviest vote ever given a corgressman-
! in ris district
PrKttleut- Holds Conferences
j 7The president will devote the most of J
1 the remainder -of this week to on-
! fAtanroc. -rrttli spnstnrs. rfnrKrnMrivM
lve speaker of the house, A'ho nre-
sented president Taft with two ls.ci
mis red aDDles a few days ago. and
then asked for the appointment of a
Missourian as associate justice jf the
supreme court of the United dta.es, to
day gave two apples of the same kind
to speaker Cannon. He said he had
no favqrs to ask of the'presejat speaker,
but merely desired to introduce the
fruit of Pike county, Missouri.
KCTO TO MAKE
Here is a new Christmas pud
ding from the rec.pe of M. Au
guste Escoffier, the kimr of
chefs. who has just arrived in
New York. Ho calls it "Christ
mas pudding de Rols Mages,'
and says that in serving cham
pagne or rum, whichever the
diners prefer, should be poured
over it and lighted while it is
being brought to the table.
If lb. of best white suet, fine
ly minced; 1 lb. of crumbled
bread; 1-2 lb. of flour: 1-2 lb. of
apples, peeled and sliced; 1-2 lb.
of sultanas; 2 oz. of crystallzed
orange peel and 2 oz. of citron
peel, cut in small cubes; 2 oz.
of ginger, 4 qz. of split almonds
and 1-2 lb. of Demerara sugar;
the juice Trom half an orange
and half a lemon, 1-2 oz. of
mixed spices, 3 eggs, 1-4 pint of
rum or brandy, 1-3 pint of stout.
Mix ail of these ingredients in
the usual way, pour the prepar
ation Into white earthenware
pudding basins, with projecting
rims which should be in the
shape of a log of wood; press'
it into them, and then wrap
them in a buttered an 1 flour
dusted muslin cloth, which tie
into a knot on top.
Cook in boiling water or in
steam for four hours.
L ?: J J
Work at the Dam Is Erp
gressing Well, .Says Engi
WILL CONTINUE TO
NEED THE BBIDGES
"Work is progressing splendidly at
the Elephant Butte dam: the roof was
placed pu the first house there Mon
day," says engineer Reed. ( ,
"There is some lumber on the ground
for other houses, but most of it is that
to be use.d last and conse
quently construction of other resi
dences must of necessity be retarded" to
! ?nm& AVtnnf
The government s now working
about SO men and 13 are employed by
tre brilge contractor while the grading
contractors have 210 men and 2.1 teams
at work. Grading is finished except ic
three cuts in Ash canyon.
"The railroad company has rails laid
for the y and siding, while rails for
the balance of construction areon the
AVIII Always Xeetl Bridges.
"El Paso will always need bridges
over the Rio Grande, for that sttim
will never go dry. Many have thought j
that after the construction of the Ele
phant Butte dam, all water would flow
down through the community ditches
on either side of the river, being di
verted by the dam at Selden. However,
this is not the fact. The largest flood
that ever came over the Selden dam
save one, had .iti origin below the Ele
phant Butte dam, the waters flowing
In from the many canyons on either
side above the Selden dam between
i that diverting point and the Elephant
j Butte project.
"The watchman at the Selden dam
was much surprised that he had not
been advised from Elephant Butte ot
the flow of water which came down
but the engineers at Elephant Butte
knew nothing of it. This flood lasted
half an hour.
"There will continue to be seasons of
the year when the Rio Grande at El
Paso will be as dry as a bone, but
there will never be safefy in discon
tinuing the bridges, for water will al
ways come in below the Elephant Butte
dam and flow into the bed of the Rio
OKLVHOMA BAXIv IS
DYX IM1TEI): XOT ROBBED.
Chickasha, Okla., Dec. C. Rob
bers early this morning at Ce
ment, south of here, dynamited
the safeof the Oklahoma State
bank, but were frightened off
before they obtained anything.
The office fixtures were dam
aged and the windows broken.
There were several thousand
dollars in the bank. Officers are
hunting the cracksmen.
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Crepe on Door of Her
Boston, Mass.. Dec 6. The body of
Mrs. Mary Baker G. Eddyt late head
of the Christian Science church, will
be buried in Mount Auburn cemetery,
at Cambridge. This was decided today.
Meantime the directors of the church,
Archibald McLellan, Stephen' A. Chase,
Allen Stewart, John V. Ditmooreand
Adam M. Dickey, have taken full posed to press it for further cousidera-.
charge of the church management, and tion. It was intended to permit-rafl-the
scope of their powers includes the j road companies to avoid useless rate
matter of organization, finance and dis-j cutting by a mere temporary asquio 5
cipline. , j cence in the same rates for the same
At the mansion .on Chestnut hill, ' service over competing railroads, with,
where the body lies in the upper cham- j no obligation whatever to maintain,
her. there are no outward signs of j those rates for any time. In order to
grief no crepe on the door and the j permit a correct understanding of the
window shades are" up, and the house- j facts, it would be wise to malce a rea
hold comes an dy goes as usual. i sonable appropriation to, enable the in-
1 j terstate commerce commission fs p-o-
FORGOT TO ENUMERATE THE - ceed with due dispaen i " 'a- valuation,
SHERIFF XD THE PRISOXERS.
Carelessness of Enumerators of Census
Makes Glendie, Mont., and Her
3407 SonLs Very Angry.
Glendive, Mont., Dec 6.' Glendive has
a crievance against the census bureau;
The Commercial club will appeal for a
recount of the population of Glendive.
346 being considered too low. The
census agents, it is claimed, overlooked,
among otriers, the sheriff and all pris
oners in the county jail.
EARNEST WORKERS OF
RED CROSS IX SESSIOX".
Washington, D. C , Dec 6. An unpre
cedented attendance of delegates is ex
pected at the sixth annual meeting of
the American Red Cross in Continental
Memorial hall here today.
President Tafr. who is head of the
organization, will preside at the after
noon session, when reno--fs of the war
relief, national relief and international
relief boards will be received.
Announcement of the completion by
'New York of its $500,000 subscription
for the 42.000,0fi0 endowment fund was
HEAVY DAMAGES FROM
BIG FIRE IX IXDIAXA.
Evansville. Ind.. Dec. 6. Fire here
today caused damages of ?750,G?0, prin
cipally to the plant of the Fendriclf
Tobacco company. A tobacco ware
house and several other buildings were
WOMAN OFFERS RING
GIVES DIAMOND FOR BULGIN'S WORK
FOR LORD'S SERVICE
Evangelist Bulgin i getting the peo
ple interested in real earnest in his
work. Here is one of the letters he
i praise tae .Lord tnat such a
has come to El Paso. 1 heard your
.. j .sermon the night you said you had
., j sold your diamond rinr to help re
. j vival meetings. I have a diamond ring.
-1 a seven-eighths karat stone, which
1 to be worth 100, and which I am will
' Ing to glvo you for use in your work.
I hope that you can stay here six
weeks ami work with us. I wish you
would get a band and parade the
streets to advertise your hieetings like
'Gypsy' Smith does. I came here with
Hi- L 4 -0
LI ks J 9 1 Lsl 1
President, Taft's Second An
nual Message to Congress
and Constructive in Tone.
T-ooqiit.-v fftT.ctf.am A rltnon.t.Pfl
For Coal, Oil and G-as
. Lands and Water Power
Washington. D. C. Dec. G. Interest
in the president's iTisssae of over 10 -000
words,, reaa before both houses of;
congress at roon today, centers in hs
declarations upon the interstate com
merce law, the dntltrust law. and the
general policy of the administration.
The president suggests few charges
and his whole disposition is evidently
toward an extremely conservative pol -O.
The president says in part:
There has not been timfe to tet a
benefit and utility of the ame-uments
to the interstate commerce law corr
taired in the act approved June IS, 1910.
Tle law as enacted did not contain all
the features which I recommended. !)
It did not specifically denounce as un
lawwful the purchase by one of two
parallel and competing roads of the
J stock of the other. (2) Nor did
j it subject to the restraining in
J fluence of the Interstate com-
merce commission the power of
corporations engaged in operating in
terstate railroads t'o issue new stock
i and bonds: (3) nor did it authorize thp.
' making of temporary agreements be-
! tween railroads, limited to 30 days,
! fixing the same rates for traffic be-
j tween the same places.
I do not press the consideration of
any Qf these objects upon, congress at
i this session. The object of the first
j provision is probably generally covered
by the antitrust law. The second pro-
I 51 refered to th consider--
i tion of a commission to be annoinTe-1
the executive and to -eoort unon
the matter to congress. That commis
sion has been appointed.
The third proposal led to so much
miscdnstruction Of its object, as beinsr
that of weakening the effectiveness of
I the antitrust law, that I am not dis-
; oi an railroads. I have
no doubt that
railroad companies themselves can ana
j Will great facilitate this valuation and
make it much less CDstly in time and.
money than bus been supposed-
For the protection of our own neoplir
and the preservation of cur credit m
foreign trade, -I urge unoi rwss
V,e immed!a-e enactment of a saw un-
uer wnicn one who, m good faith, ad-
nances money or credit upon a bill cf
luumg issuea Dy a .omrenn .-arr:er
upon an interstate or fore'gn shipment
can hold the carr'or liable for the value
of the goods descrlbeJ in the bill at the
valuation specified in he bill, at lease
to the extent of the advances made in
reliance upon it.
I further recommend that a punish
ment of fine and imprisonment be im
posed upon railroad agents and ship-,
pers for fraud or misrepresentation in
connection with the issue of bills of
lading issued upon interstate and for
Amendments Can Wait.
Except as above, I do not recom
mend anf amendment to the interstate
commerce law as it stands.
I do not now recommend any amend
ment to the antitrust law.
In other words, it seems to me that
the existing legislation with .eference
to the regulation of corporations and
the restraint of their business has
reached a point where we can stop
for a while and witness the 'effect of
the vigorous execution of the laws on
(Continued on Page Seven.)
for jis and I want to help in vour
work. My ring is at your disposal for
anv purpose you wish to put it."
The announcement that he had re
; ceived such a letter was made at the
revival last evening at the same time
the evangelist put every minister in
El Pa-so to selling Heralds. He told
his audience that everybody in the
tabernacle ought to have a cop of
his expose of Christian Science, and
the ministers passed the papers out
through the audience and sold them.
The blir tabernacle was -welt fmi
( Monday night and those wh1?Bwent to
near ur. Bulgin's lecture-sermon on
"The Mountain Whites" eally had a
, .j. - ; j ,. .j, j my hubaml for his health and we are
v ; ; '? v i ; ; . . ; 1 thankful for what the Lord has done
hubaml for his health and we' are
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