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'aso's Rapid Growth
fecial United States Census
lation 1900 15,906
Nation 1390 10,338
Emma Eames Is To Wed Man Whose
Wife Divorced Hitn on Her Account
Dix Inaugurated Ne
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dsctos Said To Have
Repulsed at Oasas
indes by Volunteers.
. Hagerty, Asoclated Press
talma. Ilex., Jan. 2. An official
states that the town of Batopi-
itly occupied by the revolution-
Is taken hy 500 federals Sunday
n without casualities. The in-
force was small and most
Irebels, it is stated, were taken
report telegraphed a week ago
le Insurrectos as a retaliatory
recently executed 10 prisoners
firmed by Americans arriving
Iteers from Casas Grandes, it Is
y exported, have ffSa-.-
the insurgents -trirder the lead-
it a chiefvA2We'd Guerrero. This
to have been the outfit which
?d the bridges between Casas
jdition presaging anarchy is re
sisting among the insurrectos
11 known mining man who has
here from the Minaca district.
fcers express the fear that once
turrectos find themselves hard
they will kill a few Amerl-
in the hope of bringing about
Burling Tucker, a Califomlan
prominent in this country, went
rb a hair raising ordeal at Min-
ecently A squad of half drunk-
ajutionists accused him of being
Ind he was saved from being
only by the devotion of a
Ferman store keeper, named
tr umes lucser was stood
sot and as many times Junk
st vehement Protestations.
lys and finally saved his
Junk wsd? asked if he
fife IsT ?uarantee-
Tucker. "If we
lythlng that looks
le government we will
Ith him and shoot you
t-gree"' Junk was asked.
CcTTilLi with my life," renlied
lan and the shooting party
herrero two daysago the for-
iyor unaer me go vrament re
ras executed at the orders of
revolutionary mayor. The lat-
illeged to have thus satisfied an
i&ge. The man bringing the
rws adds that there are three
)f revolutionists numbering
or 250 each operating under
hcipal leaders and that there
iber of small bands owning
Intral leadership. Galloping
country in independent semi-
ilon, In fact, the three prin
ts are but loosely bound to
fht word that aative bands
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Trujillo Is Sliot to Death at
Fabens "and Bustillos Has
MAN KILLED WHILE-
OUT CUTTING- WOOD
Cipriano Trujillo, who lived near Fa
bens, is dead as the result of a Satur
day morning shooting affray, and a
man known as Bustillos and said to
live near Juarez, in Mexico, has disap
peared. News of the killing was
brought to El Paso Monday morning
by G. N. Garcia, mayor of San Eliza
rlo. Trujillo was hit in the back by
one of five bullets fired at him, it is
said. The bullet is supposed to have
penetrated the man's heart.
According to reports, the difficulty
arose over the child of Bustillos and his
divorced wife. The wife is said to
have been with Trujillo, who retained
possession of the child.
The shooting occurred in a small
patch of woods a quarter of a mile
west of Fabens, where Trujillo was
cutting wood. He had several burros
with him to carry the wood.. The only
eye witness to the shooting, it Is said,
are two small children, of the dead
man. The child over which the diffi
culty arose, Is aid to have been at
Trujillo's house at the time of the kill
ing. It is thought Bustillos escaped to
Previously Bustillos had tried to take
the child by force from his wife and
was pursued by a posse of Americans
to the Mexican border.
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Mme. Emma Eames, the famous prima donna, and Emilo de Gorge, the
operatic baritone, whom she is to marry. Mme. Eames, how in Paris, re-"
cently confirmed the report that ne is to marry the -man- with whose name
hers has been linked ever since she was granted, a divorce, from Julian Story,
in 1907. Mrs. Elsa Neuman de Gorgoza, who lives in New York still con
siders herself the legal wife of the baritone. JVthe spring of 1909 Mme. de
ted the mines and lumber ! Gorgoza sued for a limited divorce In New Tork naming Mme. Eames as
large numbers and that many! "puychic corespondent." Later the divorce nif. ninnsr with a smn.nnn aininn
bs and other foreigners noting, sit ,,ncf t1la ,,. ., .. T. , .;, t
rrtr around t.hMn --nnrl in limn.. -D-- -.v. . iw,, tta ui upiiCu. u- , iLcu, nuwoui, mat ue
f the progress being made by G)rsoza nast probably received an absolute divorce In France, wnich would
make his marriage possible.
Cloudcroft, N. M. Jan. 2. Snow to
the depth of over two feet has fallen
here. Heaiy snows '-have fallen
-1 througout all this section.-
- CdlO'in Texas'. " ' "
Ft TOdvth, Tec., an. 2. The coldest
weather.sof the winter is prevailing
throughout the entire state today, from
zero weather in the Panhandle to freez
ing in south Texas. The mer?ury fell
over night from 20 to 50 degrees over
tae state. At Ft. "Worth, the thermo
meter registered nine above zero this
morning; at San Antonio 30, a drop of
30 "degrees; at Galveston 36, at Denton
nine, at Cleburne 10, at Waco IS.
"Weather observer Lartdis forecasts a
further drop over the state touight.
Strong winds are also 'prevailing and
suffering isreportecf among the poorer
classes. She United Charities associa
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' Jokn A. Dix, Governor.
Thomas P. Convray, lilcut. GovernoH
l - ,
governor-elect Eugene Foss, made up-
lent troops, are making their
IfiTsehjflK to the Rio Grande.
ler camp owned by
le including Amerl-
lave deserted in fear
the pass as. officially reportedS.nd re
quested areDair train. This train rp-
ng 50,000 worth of paired the track,but not the telegraph'
wires throusrh-Mal Pas"o. and 'entered
of wounded wlicb: Pedernales. Hero- the wounded were
edernales Saturday placed on board. All were moved. None
o come in for three -were left in the field hospital. "
started with 41) Therehave been a number of deaths
two omcers. one agiong -them s"lnce Cerro Prie'tp and
i Pedernales fierhts.
pns these received j -.- m , ,
ago and had been -u - xrCSS lsnr.
hospital since the .Navarro is in supreme command of
n throujrh Mai Paso tne comDinea forces and js now mak-
Sangre o la libertad de un pueblo."
This in red ink on strips of yellow
is a sentiment "vvhioh hnj
of Navarro's camp 1 Ing preparations for 'Pursuing and subl fitarUed Ciudad Ju It .was-posted
10 -fT-aViiT mntmj, t dulnir the- enemv and for tnp liAttferf ..
The freshlj wounded ! dulng the-enemy and for the bett
fshing were a handful
care of the .wounded, whom he
safely remove from the Pedernales
pitai. .tiis opposition consists in a
1 semi-oramzea wav or tne ttirpi mmn
essential particular the hands before mentioned. TTo fenents
brought in ths train con-' oDnositioh In the wav of amLsmflps
Icial reports with certain ad- f onlv. The revolutionarv for'pP is in-
f Interest, but of not partlcu- j sufficient in numbers and arms to srive
rfcmce politically. The move- open battle. It Is probable that the
he reinforcements which have I small banrls observed ostfinsihlv at
junction with Navarro began 1 least are on recruiting and forae-mir
ay and was accomplished the j duty.
Tuesday. At no time did the 1 The whole revolutionarv fnmp its
sight the enemy in force. ! a forceful leader And unless somp rinri.-
lVi4- l.-..fv : I , , ... .. . . .
nuea apoieon nnas a Daton on his
knapsack and brings patriotic inspira
tion, fortitude and organization to
them, their cause is generally conceded
to be lost.
None of the ' present leaders have
developed any such genius. Despite
these facts, the task ahead of Navarro
is a difficult and hazardous one. He
must operate as- an army while the in
surrectos gallop away from him at
will, to reappear and harry him in un
expected spots in the hills and moun
.JUAREZ IS BILLED
WITH REBEL POSTER
'People Are Called Upon to
Shed Their Blood to
Free the City.
fdasr they firedat long distance
small detachment, but usually
Frfsults. On "Wednesdaj', when
Ik of clearing Mai Paso was
earnest, a small body of in
contested the way for a few
filling and wounding about 20
federals. Their own loss in
id wounded was estimated at
this, but the government es-
the insurrectos loss in killed
inded in the neighborhood of
event, general Iuque occupied
BURNED TO DEATH
le, Pa., Jan. 2. Five children of John Marksavage vcere burned
lay in a fire that destroyed their home at Minersvllle near here
Idren ranged in age from two months to eight years. The
le fire Is attribnfed to a Sew YearTs celebration by boarders In
bouse, vrbich was also destroyed, an upset lamp starting the
Xire ivas discovered, 3Iarksavns?e and his vrife ran Into the
iing1 unable to speak English, grave the" rescuers the impression
ren ivere in the house; and they made no effort to enter, the
rnshccl into the burning house and made an attempt to
Idren, but vias unsuccessful. He was seriously burned.
on scores of telephone poles and build
ings througnout the border city, but
almost before daybreak Saturday
morning police -tore down nearly every
one of the bills.
The words 'may be freely translated
into, "Blood. or the liberty of the
people," although "pueblo" may mean
"town," making it more definite 'as' to
where the bTo&d should be ,shed. Al
though only a- very few citizens saw
the signs, which were stripped off the
poles, and "Vuildings while 'the paste
cwas still wet, the active police, did not
succeed in quelling tne talk which was
reckoned, to follow the work of the
mysterious bill posters.
Alarming Reports Spread.
. It was not until Saturday-night that
the news spread over the city, so
prompt was the action of the police.
Mounted patrolmen had , dashed about
the "streets before the break of dawn,
ripping dpwn ,the red and yellow
strips of paper, and the few who" had
seen them started the talk. By night
all sorts of rumors had been circulated
as to wnat had occurred. While the
affair was distinctly melodramatic and
typically Latiu-American, the town
seemed to become especially restless
about it, -and especially close watch
was kept on the city Saturday and
Insurrectos have become especially
bold of late. A young Mexican is
known to have been accosted on the
streets last week while returning to
his home in Juarez about midnight. A
masked countryman solicited him to
enlist with the insurrectionary forces,
and the youth became so alarmed foi
fear of t- being seen with the man that
he ran away, only telling (his employer
of the experience.
Saturday night a Mexican youth
came near -causing a riot. Pausing' by
the curbing the youth mounted on the
seat of an' automobile, and began a
speech In English. He told 8 listeners
of the "wrongs -of his, country" ajftT
provisions and fuel.
Denton experienced the greatest fall
in temperature, the mercury falling
from 62 Sunday to nine this morning,
a drop of 53 degrees.
The entire western part of the coun
try is in the grip of a bWzzard. Below
zero weather is reported in Oklahoma
and other states.
Coldest of AVinter.
Sherman, Tex., -Jan. 2. Sherman ex
perienced the coldest weather of the
ajjiiic satur- f Republicans Relinquis the i 55?
- ' ? 1 -j.r w-&ru-xJbrVo-i-na I 'MSf OJiio-Assembly afeets.
a ii,ii"t' ft. 'h. ;j t hm 1 .-. i ,-v iv k f " i r - a tt-
tvXJXMyfjs- -r-7- p lum$St j-an: 2. Th TDllr-geur
After l&yPaas' cuie.
Alhnnv. N. V. .IJUMU-. rtepuuncim
eral assembly of Ohio orfened today
with the Democrats for the firsf time
in two decades ia controj of- both
branches and JucLson Harmoh. a Demo-
rule which has held in New York crat in the gubernatorial chair A sue-
state for 1-S years hpven way to a senator Dick. Republican, and unusual
reign of Democracy V ,.C. . interest attaches to the meeting: of the
Today at noon JohnA-IX-X1 ? .legislature" because of this fact and
the belief that governor Harmon is
training for the presidential nomination.
,. s ni,roii.. t nis nenip ia,.
night was publicly inaugurated.
Tuesdav erenine-merai? c tne new
legislature. Democrats nnd Republicans.
will caucus to choose tneir 1Hwej
Wednesday noon the legislature will
formally organize, listenV lo iae ms
aujuui ia .v4
a t - i ..... 1 315? HL ITDVei HUT Ll. iiJJ.1
nun nere is ousy aeaung out clothing, Z Z. " -,n W'' Zlt the leaders
f U. nCCIV Ul XV UajD IU JCiAiAlI K
winter, the temperature bein 10 above j by decisions of t
- arrron n-n im-nrr-dn t nilvillOIll. X lie
question of most important w riT'e
selection of a senator to sudceed Chaun
cey M. Depew, T-hose term expires
March 3. .
Speakership the IsjPue
Cr.lno-Jolr? Til' Tan JfcVith the
the speakership squaTi
a solution than it wa.c
election. If the Rep,
Xer 3Iieliigan Governor.
Lansing, Mich., Jan. 2 Charles B- H
Gsborne, of Sault Ste Marie, well
known as the 'author of books of travel
and. as a public speaker, was sworn in
at Boon today as the 29th governor
of Michigan. He is the first citizen
of the upper peninsula to hold the of
fice. "Vev Governor of Wisconsin.
Madison, Wis, Jan. 2. Francis E.
McGovern, of ."Iilwaukee, was sworn
in as gov jammpt "Wisconsin at noon
Chicago, UL. 'Jan. 2. "With the tem
perature dropping at the rate of more
than two degrees an hour and the
wind approaching a gale, the first
blizzard of the new year began to
make itself felt In Chicago today.
Emergency preparations were hur
riedly adopted by the. transportation
companies and relief organizations to
meet the consequences, which are ex
pected to be severe before nighC
Cold in 51essntaln- States,
Denver, Colo., Jan. 2. Colorado and
thf mountain states in 2-pnpra' are p-r-
, 0 -
perlenoing the. coldest weather of the
winter, 'if was If below at Denver at
7 oclock this momlngv
Heavy snowfalls are reported the
last- two days from the mountain dis
tricts and railroad traffic is consider
Cattle is reported suffering on the
It was 14 below at Colorado Springs
this morning, while at Lake'Iaraine on
Pike's Peak it was 2S below at 6
Xieadville reported se,ven below,
Pueblo two abavej -and. Cfteyenne 1G
Snovr in. New Mexico.
Consideraolft deJajf fn tra'Sflfe is re-'
ponoti ny raiiroaes- irom iJtteyenne la
I Colorado traffic has not been seriously
Snow is falling in the" mountains of .
New Mexico, according t;o reports from
Albuquerque, where ihe thermometer
registered 22 above.
i Cold in Missouri.
Kansas City. Mo., Jan. 2. With the'fi
thermometer registering three, below W
anu me wma oiowmg zs mnes an nour
from the northwest, this city and vi
cinity is experiencing the severest cold
of the season.
The mercury is below zero all bver
Kansas and Missouri.
During the night, fincHdiwen
before a fierce wind.
conditions almost unbe
tnrough tLe Panli
VrTrTT o Atyio.11!
v lty of.
at i oclock this morning.
Drops GS Degrees.
Dallas, Tex., Jan. 2. The tempera
ture this morning was 12 above zero.
Yesterday at 3 p. m. the thermometer
Six Above Zero.
Stamford, Tex., Jan. 2. The thermo
meter early this morning registered
six above cero, the coldest of the win- the
ter. I tion
Iow est In Two Years.
Denison, Tex., Jan. 2. It. was only
four degrees above zero here" this morn
ing. The lowest last year was eight
Cold In Panhandle.
Amarillo, Tex., Jan. 2. The Pan
handle reports snow and high winds,
with a temperature very little above
Coldest of Wlnier.
Houston, Tex., Jan. 2. The temper
ature at 7 oclock was 37 degrees abovj
zero and at 11:30 fell to 30, the colde-
day this winter.
Very Cold for Texas.
Ft. Worth, Tex., Jan. 2. The cob
temperature so far reported in T
is at Childress where thermoma
registered two below zero this ij
iflg. This is the coldest weather,
for six years.
At Wichita Falls the tempers
five above. Livestock on the
nrairies are suffering. No sne
ported in the lowej Panhandle
The temperature fell 40 degree'
arkanaand snow fell there.
Tuesday, it vviljj
select a speaker
In order to
IOWA ORDERS CUT IN
RATES OX EXPRESS
Des Moines, Iowa, Jan. 2.
road commission today ordei
duction of 5 to 25 cents
pounds as the maximum exi
for Intrastate shioments M
The commission holds tl
press companies doing
Iowa are making Vexcessj
The new rates go. Into
MEXICAN BrRNS TO
DEATH Al Wl
Waxahachle, Tex., Jan.
adam was burned to deal
near here late last nij
house was destroyed by f 1
was found in the ruins.
(Continued on Page 'Four.)
SIX KILLED IN Al
Ashland, Ky., Jan. 2.
were killed in a wreck
Creek rallcQad near Van
miles from Paintsvllle, Kj