EL PASO HEUALD
Tuesday, April 30, 1912
POLICEMEN FIRE ON
BAND OF STRIKERS
Baltimore Peace Officers
Are Forced to Defend
Themselves "with Arms.
Baltimore, Md . April 30. Defendlng
themselves when about 10S0 striking;
stevedores, irany of whom were armed
lth sticks and stones, swooped dow
n them, a squad of policemen guard
ing pier No. "6 at Canton today drew
i heir revolvers and fired many sfcots.
Several men were shot, but not seri
ously, and a number of heads were
tracked in the general melee. The
DEATHS AND BURIALS
Fred Marsh, an engineer on the El
Taso-Lordsburg division of the South
ern Pacific railway, died early Tuesday
morning In San Kranciseo. .He went
'here for his health five weeks ago.
The body will be brought here for In
terment. Mr Marsh Is survived by his
father, who lives in Tucson, .Ariz.
NEGRO CONVENTION AGAINST
SOUTHERN "GRANDFATHER" LAWS
Chicago. Ill- April 30. "Grandfather
law ' of southern states, which are de
clared to disfranchise thousands of ne
groes -were condemned by the delegates
to the fourth annual, conference of the
National Association for the Advance
ment of Colored People today.
A resolution suggesting that the laws
be suppressed was submitted today.
JULES VEDRINES, AVIATOR,
HAS HOPE OF RECOVERY
Pans. France. April SO. Jules Ve
4nnes. who veeterday met with a seri
ous accident "while flying over his blrth
t,1oo cuint Denis. . suburb of Paris.
is still in a ertieal condition, but the
surgeons in attendance express the opin
ion that there is some hope of his re
covery. RAIN CAUSES POSTPONEMENT
OF TWO BIG LEAGUE GAMES
Two big league games were postponed
today because of rain. In the National
league the New York Boston game at
New York was called off, and in the
American league the New ork-Wash-ington
game at Washington was post
jxmed AVIVTOR MAKXXG SI MILKS Mwrt
PER HOIK IX rOMMBRT COSiTBST
Bordeaux, France, April JO. Aviator
1 -del arrived here from Villa Coublay
T'da near Pari', after making inter
t ledlate stops at Tours and Angouleme.
His average rate of speed for the Jour
.ev was nearly 81 miles an boor.
Bedel intends to continue his "g"4
to Madrid. He is competing like ve--ines
for the Pommery cup.
Oxt out cs&erties nd cute&Iitcs. They rfcnaal
taita gBBccgaafy A IT sm
FVdr Tortile. AlS
saaBT oo tbe hrrt.
Sick H.ft. wl IiiiTiiiilinil, u ssSob bav.
Small Pill, Small Dose, Small Price
Genuine mntbei Signature
Day April 30th
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your complexion, they will
make you beautifnL
MEN" eat raisins, they are good
for vour LIVER and INDIGES
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Standard Grocery Co, Jackson
Grocery Co, Lion Grocery Co,
Levy Grocery Co, Eyster Gro
PURITY BAKING CO. and
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Why not visit Fayweed Hot
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Lslge Modern HoteL Perfeet OI
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Republican Platform Also
Against the Initiative
Concord, X. H., April SO. The plat
form as adopted by the Republicans to
day included these planks:
"We repudiate any aspersion of the
j government administered under the Be
1 publican party as catering to any spe
cial or privileged classes. At the same
time we denounce those doctrines of an
archy and socialism.
"We protest against associating the
i lofty sentiments of Lincoln with any
such perilous and subversive dogmas
as the initiative, general referendum and
the recall of judges, or their decisions,
by popular1 votes in the heat of partisan
The instructions were voted, according
to the platform, "In view of the em
phatic and unequivocal expressions of
the Republican voters of New Hamp
shire at the recent primaries."
BOOTH ROOSEVBLT AXD TAPT MEN"
Harrisburg, Pa, April 30 The Roose
velt leaders assert that tomorrow's Re
gublicaa convention will be dominated
y the Roosevelt delegates. This claim
is not denied at the regular Republican
organization headquarters, where sen
ator Penrose is in command.
The Roosevelt claim Includes between
27S and 300 of the 373 delegates, the
nomination of candidates for state
treasurer, auditor, 12 delegates at large
instructed for Col. RooseTelt and the
re-organization and control of the Re
publican state committee. Senator Pen
rose has not admitted defeat or even
indicated an intention to relinquish his
leadership of the Republican state or
ganization. THE MASSACHL SETTS VOTE
CLOSE OXB AT S OCLOCIC
Boston. Mass.. April 30. (6 p. m.)
Ten of the 1080 election precincts. In
cluding parts of 10 towns out of 153
cities and towns, give I ftollette. 1:
Roosevelt. 347, Tait. 382; Clark, K;
Dover. Del., April 30. The Demo
cratic state convention today named
six delegates to the national conven
tion at Baltimore, two from each coun
ty of the state. The Newcastle and
Sussex county selections are advocates
of CoL Woodrow "Wilson.
EDITOR IX JAIL OX
A CHARGE OF 3IURDBR.
Nowata. Ok la.. April 30. No efforts
were made today to obtain ball by
habeas corpus proceedings in behalf
of H. O. Jeffries, the editor who was
held here yesterday on the charge of
murder. Jeffries is charged with
killing Mrs. Irene Goheen, who was 4
newspaper solicitor in his employ
ment. . ABSBXT FOR CAUSE.
The following letter was written in
English, just aa It stands, by a Japan
ese student In a missionary training
school, to account for his absence from
"Honored Sir Having been ampu
tated from my family for several
months, and as I have complaints of
the abdomen, coupled with great con
flagrations of the internals, with en
tire prostration from all desire to
work. I beg to be excused from orderly
work for en or nine more days, and in
duty bound I will always pray for the
salubrity of your temper and the en
largement of your family." Exchange.
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A QUARTER CENTURY
Before the Public Ofer five million samples
given away each year. The constant and in
creasing sales from samples, proves the gen
nine merit of Allen's Foot-Ease, the anti
septic powder to be shaken into the shoes
for Corns, Bunions, Achmtr, Swollen, Moist,
Tenderfeet. Sold evervwhrre,-J5 . Sumj.le
! TO BUILD RESERVOIR
Bill Introduced to Turn on
Water Under the Eec
Washington, D. C, April 30. Bepre
sentative Furgusson introduced a bill in
the house tb appropriate $15,000 for
the construction of a reservoir in San
doval county, Xew Mexico.
Senator Ashurst of Arizona introduced
' bill in the senate today to authorize
the government to contract for the im
pounding storage and tbe carriage of
I water, and to cooperate in the construc
tion ana use 01 reservoirs ana canais
under reclamation projects. j
House Aids Good Roads.
The house today aided the national
good roads movement by passing a pro-
vision in the postoffiee appropriation
bill which would grant a subsidy to all '
highways used in the rural free delivery I
mail service. The roads would be di
vided in three classes with subsidaries j
of $25. $20 and $15 a mile. It is esti
mated tbe cost of the first year would
be $16,000,000 to $18,000,000.
Bnrnhart BUI Amended.
The Barnhart bill, to compel, all j
newspapers, magazines anc periocicals !
to print the names of their managing ;
editors, owners and all stockholders.
was attached to the postoffice appro
priation bill in the house today.
It was amended to make this obliga
tory on newspapers one day of each
week. The amendment was agreed to
by a vote of 72 to 32.
"Would Give President Six Years.
Representative Clayton, of Alabama,
chairman of the Judiciary 'committee.
Introduced a house joint resolution to
day to provide as amendment to the
constitution fixing the term of office
of the president of the United States
at six years and making him ineligible
for a second term.
Would Imprison Christ.
Senator Works, of California, said in
the senate that if Jesus Christ were
practicing his healing In New York to
day as he did in Judea 1900 years ago
he would be subject to fine and im
prisonment under the laws of that
Senator Works, a Christian Scientist,
was speaking in opposition to the
Owen bill to establish a government
cepartment of public health.
He charged that the bill was part
of a concerted scheme of the American
Medical association to 6b tain legisla
tion to perpetuate tbe power of the
regular school of medicine, and said it
was a mercenary attempt of doctors to
establish a medical bureau independent
and free from control by any depart
ment of government with a regular
physician at its head.
Antl-Iajunctlon Bill Favored.
A broad anti-injunction bill was re
ported favorably to the house ester
day by chairman Clayton of the ju
diciary committee onlv after th tin.
fendants have had opportunity to make i
answer to tne complaint against them.
PROSECUTION PREPARING FOR
TRIAL OF CLARENCE DARROW
Los Angeles, V&ilf-, April 30. In prep
aration for the trial of Clarence S. Dar
row, former chief counsel for the Mc
Namara brothers, and himself indicted
on charges of jury bribing. Arthur
Keech. deputy district attorney, has
gone to Chicago to participate in an ex
amination of the character or witnesses
the defendant will eall to his aid.
LOUISIANA CELEBRATING TIIE
CENTENNIAL OF ITS ADMISSION.
New Orleans. La.. April 30. With
scores of distinguished guests In at- i
tendance, Louisiana today celebrated i
the centennial of its admission into ;
tbe United States. Secretary of state ,
Knox was the guest of honor.
STAKE US TO THE J a, Ml KHONOGRAPH "rVrJ '"JYt;s I
SCENE OF THE j-' fl AND A HUNDRED lu HAVE PREFERRED V
LcftME'.- J? DOERS' WORTH $$n S?1 non . SEI3
If I & (ROBBED?) fo Q0 T
WAS THE IT f NO, WE AUWfS ) jjjjjljj VJE-'RE ON
Door, looked. J "-e it open jBgplIpV yt& t&ml
terfM JkSH CahTfoot-prints iW
I tATjjOMEjy iJoJfe? VftCRQSS THE LAWN r
I tZX ' HE CLIMBED THE FENCE J (THERE STAN! ( 0M RtCHT iN.Ctws'
-JLrl dill A PHONOGRAPH IN THE mTJTL MU&iCAlE.- Bt mt
Attractive 16 button Nu Buck
and Canvas Boots and Colonials,
Pump and Oxfords arc here at
They come wkh hand turned or
welted soles, high arch, high
Cuban heels and a variety of
toes and styles.
Priced $2.00 to $5.00.
Children's White Canvas Boots.
Sizes 8 to 12 $1.45
Sizes 12 to 2 $1.75
Sizes 2 1-2 to 6 $2.00
El Paso Shoe Co.
208 TEXAS ST.
GIRL FOUND BRUISED
GAGGED ON CAMPUS
Savs She Was Seized by
Men and carried Away
in an Automobile.
Chicago, 111.. April 50. Authorities of
the university of Chicago and the Chi
cago police were puzzled today ever the
circumstances surrounding a supposed
attack on a young woman student at
tbe university high school, who was
found bruised, bound and gagged on
the college campus, and who has not yet
given a lticid explanation.
The girl is Marion Dorecki, daughter
of Stephen Dorecki, and has attended
the high school since last fall.
Much secrecy surrounds the incident,
and it was not reported to the police
The first report was that the young
woman was the daughter of countess
To the physician who finaUr brought
her to consciousness the girl told a story
of having been seized by two men and
carried away in an automobile.
Several rings and trinkets the girl
was accustomed to wear were not found
when she was picked up on tbe campus.
SIX THOUSAND SHIP BUII.DI.VG
EMPLOYES GO O.V STRIKE.
Hamburg. Germany, April 30. Six
thousand workmen employed in the
branch establishment here of the Stee
tra Vulcan! ship building -"yard, went
on strike today
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BY HIS OWN CHOICE
Salt Lake City, Utah. April 30 By
his own choice J. J. Morris, exconvict
and convicted murderer, met death on
the gallows at the state prison early
today. There was not a quaver in his
voice as he urged the officers to be
quick about their work. He was dead
his neck broken, nine minutes after the
Morris shot and killed Walter Aitell
in a desperate attempt to escape after
he had held up and n
eld up and robbed a pawn-
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HERE FROM CUBA
El Paso Shriners to Leave
For California on Fri
First of the shrine pilgrims to Los
Angeles, John F. Early, arrived in FJ
Paso Tuesday and left in the afternoon
for the meeca of all wearers of the red
fez. His home is in La GRoria, Cuba,
which is quite a distance from Los An
geles, so he. started early and will reach
Los Angeles Wednesday. Shriner Early
is a member of the Denver temple, 76
years old, has never been sick a day in
his life and has been teaching the doc
trine of annexation in Cuba since he
went tnere, xz years aeo- e Has a
home in Tropico, CaL, where his family
lives and where be will remain during
A special train delegation of New Or
leans shriners is expected through El
Paso Wednesday morning and wul be
entertained by the TA Paso shrine and
by the business men.
A. G. Trost, John Ponsford and Win
chester Cooley have been added to the
shrine delegation which win leave here
fnday lor Los ABgelee.
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DEMVER "KIDS' JUDGE" TO
SPEAK TO EL PASOAWS
Judge Ben Lindsey. the "kids' judge"
of Denver, arrived Tuesday afternoon
tb deliver an address at the El Paso
theater under the auspices of the Wo
man's Hub. The judge was the guest
of Mr. and Mrs. George C. Wimberiy.
who are friends of the famous Denver
judge. In the afternoon he was taken
for an auto ride over the city by judge
A. S. J. Eylar. the El Paso juvenile
court judge, and was entertained at the
Wimberiy home in the evening at dinne--
At the El Paso theater tonight the
El Paso county and city officials v ill
occupy seats on the stage and judge
Eylar will introduce the speaker.
LOSES SILVER WATCH; GETS
IT BACK IK GOLD CASE
Lose a watch in Tucson with a silver
case and have it recovered in FJ Paso
with a gold case. That is I. R. High
tower's system for beating the system.
HightoweV is a passenger brakeman on
the Southern Pacific and runs between
Tucson and Kl Paso. Seven months ago
his atch was stolen from his room in
Tucson. Three davs ai?o it was reeov-
i ered bv the local "detective department
from a pawnshop. It w - identified by
Till CK HKCI.AHED IX
SMOX CITY RIOT TROIBU
f hicaaro. Ill Anrll 30. Truce was
i today declared in the Zion City tobacco
I war after a recurrence of the rioting
.f fsterd;iv n he n the ai'.hrents of
WilDur Gt i , olia, overseer of Zlon,
w r ! i t!:e tohcco using em-
j I ii- if i . la'iuiav uirint? concern, af
) ter rpanv h, ( had beei. brukrn
, Voliva declared there would be no
more militant i.iarching against the
employes of -he fictorr. am! maor
t Mil'er wl iim 1 n.titv !iue hn ! i hu
line ouietn ., h- v. arrlni; . e i
i ! w - .' -'ie ' to lea i iu
lot th l irts to settle.
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We can sell 5 east front lots H
on a corner on North Oregon H
St. for H
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WHOLE PARISH UNDER
WATER IK LOUISIANA
Telegraph Operator Stays
by Desk Until Water"
Tome, Ls April 30. Jforratives of
destitution and distress reached Terras
tc lay from the flooded eoentry to 'the
north. Hundreds of famines are home
less, as every farm and plantation in
the upper Torras district is under water.
Conditions in Catahoula parish were
reported desperate. Only about 10 per
cent of the total area of the parish is
above water. Thirty families are re
ported marooned and destitute 30 miles
below Melville. An attempt will be
made to get supplies to them todav.
Telegraph offices at Morville, Jeffries,
Fish Pond and Black Hawk, on the
Texas & Pacific railroad, have gone out
of commission. Before leaving the oper
ator at Morville reported:
"Water up to my insfaumsfta; have
to quit. Off to the hOfc."
Danger Mark Passed at St. Levis.
St. Louis, Mo-, April Sft. The Missis
sippi river passed the danger mark here
this morning, the gage registering 30J
feet, a rise of efettt-teatas of foot
since last night, and 2.2 feet in 24 haurs.
The rise was earned by heavy rains
Hermann, Mo reported the Missouri
stationary after a rise of three feet in
Arlie Gardner, political leader in Co
chice county. Arik, was here Tuesday
afternoon with Mrs. Gardner en route to
their home in Tombstone, which is in
1 Arizona. They have been east for the
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