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El Paso, Texas,
Tuesday Evening, August 23, 1910--- 10 Pages i El Po Fair lOctober 29th To 1 Nov. 6th, 1910 A Former Bisbee Minister j Starves Himself in Los Angeles Quit His Church j a-p &-RTPT1 rmTBCH S TH W raNETS j k . TT" -, Rev John I Bisbee. Ariz.. Aug. 23. Rev. John Irvine O'Neal, who died last Saturday In , . i T-rtTTi ctnrvarion. jauie JiUa AUb"'"' Butler. Mrs. Nellie Boyle and Alice Frif fon, aged 16. who were found wicn O'Neal dving from hunger, are all fOT- s.i r.r thic oJtv. O'Neal was . formerly pastor or the First Baptist church !-- Butter was a miner au Mrs Boyle was O'Neal's wife. The girl was their adopted daughter. "'hev were found last Friday in tne Arroyo Seco. just outside the city limits of Los Angeles. They had fasted five vv eeks. Mrs. Boyle, the girl and Butler are reported to be in a serious condi tion, but their recovery is expected. O'Neal left this city about two years ago'folSowing a split in the Baptist church here. TYeek by week his ideas became more definite from those of the , i, -.r, i climax came when church and tne ciim. - --- O'Neal announced one uaj .uo.- " "- i --!"""& "- become possessed of what he called the -ater company to the land to be ac "gift of tongues." a conglomeration of the cUy hen tne proPerty rSSSnirfofrriLSlof that company is to be taken over cf th? congregation left the church and by the city. joined him. O'Neal then founded the . present the city council is said "Full Gospel" with headquarters m tne tQ bg making. n0 plans for improvement Hughes block. . c J of the water system, or as to methods Among the duties he planned he was . management or appointment of of to perform was to bring about the de- ficers This will n0t be done, the city strnrUon of Bisbee. It was a common officjals.state, until the deal is consum- rr,nia in spr O'Neal. Mrs. Boyie, x.?v, ,-,-n i - -mntrer of several tbe girl and Butler mount one of ";TOeeks as the bonds must first be J mountains surrounding the town and , -uted and duly transferred. j t rav for several nours uwi vju . - lie town out of existence wiun orim- uone and fire. Prior to his departure to California, O'Neal announced that he had had a -vision in which he was told to go to California and there convert the people to tlie "Gift of Tongues." He went. O'Neal and the Boyle woman were Igaily man and wife, but the minister said tbev were not scripturally married pud so they lived apart after going to California. Mrs. Boyle's marriage to O'Neal was her second matrimonial venture. She secured a divorce from her ured a divorce from her After O'Neal's decision "scripturally married." J tned her first husband's f r;t husband. "3f he was not t'c woman assumed name, Boyle. ts Rev Mr. O'Neal was a. native of New York state, having been born in the Ad irondack region. Prior to being or dained as a minister he was an occulist m New York city. His office was lo-.-j ,i v. -tv-onrf-Astoria hotel ' that city. While living in New Tork, j O'Neal became Interested in ihe minis- ttv After being ordained he accepted i -meu ui-pt"- ... " , v -t- li- call to Dallas, Texas. Bsbee from Dallas. O'Neal was known as speaker. Tift came to 7 a forceful EL PASOANS WILL ATTEND CONGRESS Go to Las Cruccs to Arrange For Train to Pueblo, Colorado. A dleeation from El Paso, rom ! C I DOi.d of J. A. Happer, chairman of the transportation committee u L" I chamber of commerce; secretary C. A. j t- 7?to-,i T- Bur-es W. R-i don which will be run from the two valleys and El Paso, totte Pueblo v a i irrigation congress in septemuer. .- rangemerts are oemg umu iu iiic a. 0m3i ti-a?n nuiDoed with dining and imfFt -trvice. to carry the Rio Grande VtZtsittrl ionSss from gTupptr 'alley. . -. 3 r lo ii AMERICANS BUY AFRICAN LANDS "Reported to Have Bought np Big Section or tne Country. Tangier, Morocco, Aug. 23. The re port that the greater part of the so- called Anghera country in the extreme rorthwestern rart of Africa, occupied by the Anghera tribesmen, has been Tirrhased bv American interests, has a-oused great excitment in diplomatic circles here. Tv. r-rr-inr-v nnr nnlv has a vast in- le territory nut u;n ncs a. . sic value for exploitation purposes, uniiMraliv ani stratecrically is im- orv t) trinsic value for exploitation purposes, but sely important. iiirusci.v iiiJiJViw.in. c-v .iTnin TTA.S A JIIG "WAREHOUSE BLAZE San Antonio, Tex., Aug. 23. Fire originating in hay stored In a ware house of R. A. Grant, jr., in the extreme western portion of San Antonio, ces- troyed a block and a half of ware- j houses today. The loss is estimated at $100,000. j Mrs. J. L.. Overall, of Houston, pub 'Iher of the Texas Realtj' Journal, is SsSlMM- of 612 North Campbell street. Jackson, Ivy., Aug. 23-Jolm Abr.er, a noted feudist who took the part of the Harsis, Calahan, Deaton and Smith in the factional quarrels, wa shot and killed by unknown persons near the river bridge in Jackson la,t niKht. . Abner ivas shot jcvcrnl times. . Abncr bad be?n accused of being one of the men employed W JudRe Jnmea Hargis and other, to asxas-Hiuate Dr.B. D. Cox, James Cockrcllnnd James B. Marcum during the reign f the fend murders eight years ago, but on each trial the jurj disagreed, and the charges were never prc&sed. Mayor Kelly Declines Flatly to Permit Them to Be Shown in El Paso. TAKING OVER THE CITY WATEE PLANT Mayor Kelly will not allov pictures Johnson-Jeffries contest to be of the nj. & communication received Tuesday morn ing. In which the New York owners ., v. i, umi asked whether or - " . i oi Liie xi&". -" . .; I tiol tliei huuiu " .. -- . not they -would be allowed to &iiu m. , ; pictures here, the mayor nf aJ"" i ;.. niorir tn write them that El Paso city cleric to write gj j would not permit the exnioition ux the pictures in mis ciy. NO APPOINTMENTS .- . tn-n-nTTrn-nTrc : FQ.K WATJSJtwujw No Manager Selected and No Arrangements Made for Extensions. Citv attorney "W. M. Coldwell is busy - hstraets of title of the MAG OFFIN WILL BE j COUNTY TREASURER! County Commissioners Fail to Meet Tuesday to Ap point New Treasurer. It is all fixed for Jim Magoffin to be county treasurer in place of Henry beg pardon mayor C E.- Kelly, wno re- sied to assume the robes and role of i . M f e3cecutiVc All that re- ! "be doneffor the county com- j nvissioners to have a- specia-1 meeting, propose thename of- Magoffin .and have j ii-a i U ratified bv a vote. Tne ouier cuui- : ial tetS office have dropped out of the race, and the going is now good for the son of the former El Paso mayor. Adiriaji Pool says it is too hot to run a race fQr such an off jce as that of county treasurert especialy when judge Harper .g tQ be tue next candidate for mayor. maybe, and the district judgeship win be but it's not placing fair to betray political secrets when Adrian told it in confidence. No meeting of the county commis sioners was held Tuesday, as planned. sioners was jibiu iumuu.j, . i i i. iTTinnccihiiiK- nf eettine: a I minrnm It is nrobable that no meeting will be held until the second Monday in September. Which means that the ap pointment of a county treasurer, to succeed C. E. Kelly, will not be made until then. LABOR DAY PROCLAMATION r5 TSSTTRT) BY THE MAYOR Monday evening filed a rf , , proclamation with city cierK i-asseii, declaring September 5, Dabor day. as a holiday, and relieving all municipal the city's example. . COUXCIIj - Q IXSPECTIOX TOTJR ilayor out 4-rtnr look over the oil tanks of f&'g M" t FORT AVOnTJl TO HAVE ADlT OF CITY OFFICERS -rtt.,.-tn ifi?r-. Oriiers t.rnnd jury to Probe Chnrcrcs of OraZt in me Water Department. Fort Worth, Texas. Aug. 23. At a w0;,ir- f th citv commission today. ? T. J. Powell, commissfoner of the waicr works department, made a ..ormai oc mand for a thorough aurii of everv .i,.-..-,t, rf Hin overnment. oweu j--! !. n-nntc hi5 own and every .i... i:c-:t ciOi-torted to mOSt search- ;- ;priitinv. in order to disclose any ! irrpsrularkies. Tudcre B. BT Buck, of the 4Sth district court. this morning, charged the special I -- nnT-tmi t.riav. to nrobe 1 .T-antj -nry convenco umti.t, w h" j e charges of graft In the conduct of .,. ff .,top works deDartment. The tj charges of graft in the conduct of j charge warns the grand jury not to per- I ,4. ;4--rnr&-na. with itc ilutv and J Toit anv interference with i. '. ..a.,.oii,1c it tn cro to the i bottom of j everv allegation. A fdrmer foreman of one "of the city's water plants has been arrested on charges of theft by bailee, and embezzlement. BIG LOSS IN TEXAS F1UE. Terrell. Tex., Aug. 23. The resl- - in is- of .i . nf .inhn larnrouirii. at imiu. xu 1 I till; '. ing county, burned last night, cau a loss of 52700. The residence Dr T, ML Stroud burned here this KILLED No Break Between Them Over the Hew York Occur rence Taft Regrets It. ROOSEVELT MAY BE CHAIRMAN New York. N. Y., Aug. 23. I am very much pleased with Mr. Taft's state ment. It makes the situation perfectly j clear. If Nassau ( county wishes me to j i T nVin1l Wrt I go to the state convention, j. ao.i & I regard the issue as clear cut. As far i i -.nl 1a o Hjn as I am concernea meie " mtelv no compromise." - . i . This declaration whs mauc w.j Thort "Roosevelt, a few minutes oeiu he departed on his western speaking I . ,-ninrr eVinrt- conference with ll'iir, luuunuib -"-- o,.t.v nhnirman Llovd C. uriscom. Thic ri.Haration is taken to mean. By titiciaas. -hax the former niininq thai the former president proposed to go to the state convention to make a fight against the "Old Guard for a platform, and the candidates he thinks desirable. Roosevelt's Western Trip. ilr. Roosevelt arrived from New York to make his start on his big speaking tour of the countrj-. From today until September 11, Col. Roosevelt will be kept constantly on the move, making speeches, attending re ceptions and dinners, reviewing parades and traveling. Each day from the start to the finish has been mapped out almost to the min ute and the colonel will bave few of his waking hours to himself. Although he has made it clear thai he Is not going west to talk partisan politics, his trip is regarded of political significance. . He is to make 14 speeches, most of which will deal with public questions which figure in the party platforms, and he will declare his belief in regard to them. On the trip he will hold many con ferences with political leaders in the TCPSt. Klaboratft nreDarations are being made everywhere to receive Roosevelt. After his speech today at Summit Park, near Utica, to the farmers at a picnic, Roosevelt will spend the night at the countrj' home of his brotherin latr. rourlas Robinson: then he will proceed with no stops of lengtn, to Cheyenne, Wyo., where he is to make nis second speech to the cowboys on "Frontier day." . . I proceed with no stops of length, to Thirtv-five newsnaner men will ac- ---- -., ... company 'the co lonehon M P - - . .-.....- -- President .Taft and epreident Roosevelt are again fellow workers in the same political field. The threat that they might pull apart Vi! hfPTi fnrpfended bv a full explana- I tion on one side and an unreserved ac ceptance on the other. The president made it plain in a let ter given out here by Lloyd C. Griscom, president, of the New York county com mittee, how the misunderstanding arose. ! tto &vTiininpfi that he never tooK any part in a committee cabal to defeat Col. Lo defeat Col. . , t Roosevelt for temporary chairman or, the coming Republican state convention. , On the contrary, he explicitly deplores , which Is prepariug a report for sub the result of the committee meeting j mlsslon to the next legislature was which chose vice president Sherman; he 1 ovided with a committee room for its rebukes the party leaders who have i TiPrmitted it to so abroad uncontradicted 1 at: ,. . T ,i 1 that the president of the United States "I. &- "-IT teethe preference: he Insists that at every opportunity ue - -- - - -adsed the fuWest conference with Col. , committee number two. so as to 'secure Tnnvelt 'a quorum for consiacration of tne bui j.oojeii. . x. i .,.,, i miirnnri claims. The mem- r ur li'a fd'i u v-ui. a.vv .. w.-j- .- read president Taffs letter as com municated to him at uyster .way, sam "T am verv crlad to see president Taft's letter and am pleased with it." Taft's Statement. "Mr. Taft savs in Dart: "The suggestion that have ever ex gestion that have ever ex- i wish to defeat Mr. Roosevelt i.;.n,,ci,in nf tiic nressea . .i rrrt.o-rT- ntnirmnn nf the LU U1. fc!. 1. -J v. wo t state convention until I saw in the 1 j newspapers of August 16 that he had I been selected at the meeting 01 tne committee. When you called at any nouse Saturday evening, August 13, you 1 told me tnat Mr. Roosevelt intended to en to the convention as a delegate and j you .suggested incidentally his being made temporary cnairman u. sugow tion in which I" ecqulesced. "It did not occur to me that anyone would oppose it. This was the first time the subject of the temporary chairmanship was mentioned to me by 1 anvone. You did not asK me 10 ui.u ou uiu nut iv '" -" ""' whatever with respect to it- discussion of the New York Jon, I drafted in your pres- , nr- notion i Aftpr n full state situatio : ence the followin telegram and sent it to M.r. Shermans ; piease say to Ward and TV oodruii H,!it t luivp hnii a lontr conference v.ith j tnat x na-vt; uuu si ""& vu...v..v . Griscom. He confirms my judgment al- , rPi,fiv expressed to you that the whole j Griscom. He confirms my judgn situation in New York may be settled , ... r, -Tiill pmiff-ronpfi T'itll Mr. Roosevelt and reasonable concessions with refer- ence to platform and candidates to platform and candidates. j The thing of alii others that ought to be avoided is a controversy in the con- ' vention.' ,,,,., . . j "On the afternoon of Monday. August 15, Mr. Sherman telephoned me f rom New York and for the first time ap- i .cw jluiiv dim i." -"- i.-i. -t- j prised me of the fact that there was a proposal to oppose Mr. Roosevelt for the temporary chairmanship and that with Mr. Root's name. nrfPnt advise that there be prompt and full personal conference with Mr. Roosevelt before the committee meeting with a view to securing harmony and victory for the party. "I am "very sorrv indeed to observe .ninmn: nf unfounded assertions in the newspapers concerning my attitude In I respect to the New York situation, iou know, however, as well as other New York leaders, that whenever my advice or assistance in reaching a satisfactory adjustment of the difficulties arising have been sought. I have urged the ne cessity for the fullest conference with (Continued on Page Two.'' .- n -rTvrp.s ni !.wh a matter, positively 1 , lt. a o,i fma. ' tiame under . declined to be drawn into a fight against j J" nc"e committee "will be appointed. ! Troy, he reports, I .c l,l!iiin arrnin mnprpd mv lumfciuat. . ,.,, ,., t Viirinn.! fires 1 i r iiinni: t cil c.-a r . -w- - .. -- - a i-i-vw -i-irnT-TcwT tinrii in Young Woman Lying On the Bed Has Hairpins On Her Head Twisted and Bent, Bulls Uninjured. Hole Is Bored Completely Through the Bed Four Inches From Her Body and the Bed Clothing Is Set On Fire By the Lightning Stroke. Cloudcroft, - M An. 23Durin n severe electric storm Monday night lightning struck the top of . big: .pruce Z !Te Cbarics Stevens's cottn.e and, part of the electric charRe deflecting went down the stove pipe iuto the room of Miss Clara Wiegant and straight through the bed on which she was sleeping. ioL the sxe of a pencil were bored through the blanket and heavy mattress and comforts on top of the bed, and XZZ-n in the girl's room and ran In and extinguished the huruins :bed clothes with nor bare hands but was uninjured. When she first saw the bed it seemed to be covered wlth n thin sheet of blue f,amered:lPgeUr;ns done to the house and nobody wa, hurt, but the shock was felt by all in the surrounding houses and a shower of chips, twigs and pine cones fell on the roofs. ,, f two metal A remarkable detail of the young woman's terrifying experience was th e bending and twisting of two metal hair pins in her hair as the bolt went through. She was l,lng not four InchesUrom the place where the clean hole was bored through the bed. . The crash sounded like a bursting bomb. uEIiilw Uii uii I Legislature Wants to Know. Special Sessions Are De pleting the Treasury. Tgy BILLS AiMD - m A T t,- rnAT"??- mATTT TALK TA.LK, TALK Austin, Tex., Aug. 23. When the house met this morning 94 were pres ent. Munson introduced a bill provid ing for the payment of taxes -on state farms in counties where located, and Johnson, a new spider bill. Fitzhugh's resolution asking the con troller and treasurer to submit as early j as possible a statement of the deficit of the treasury likely Dy tne itsl uj. j" o,-,- -,,- ndnnted. The deficit is said ' ,. ,,. ,. tv,.. two summer LO ue pen ui "s "w -"7 . , .- l mu .n.. iov and rtminasrp board. j n.etB(1 that ,Robertsou of Tra l.3 - - hnrs nore added. It was agreed that the senate nd house committees would have a joint session on this measure at 3 tnis aftei-noon. A large number of railroad attorneys will be present to areue against its adoption. On suspension 01 mejuieo - ""- passed the rer diem and contingent ...r.co annronriation bills. . .ff .1 ..tA(. tha VimiRA passed rules rais- ?- tvc nnnrnnrlatlon to dlO.UUU. LlllO v md " a McKinney introduced a bill provid ing a clerk for the pension commission. Ti Insurance Measure, The senate bill repealing tht present fire insurance law was referred, and the car shed hill was adopted. This bill passed under suspension of the rules. The Spider bill then came up, Johnson arguing for his measure. John son's bill provides for inspection at Galveston. Kennedy introduced a reso lution to amend the house rules to pre vent moving a previous question until npi, cirfo ha? been heard. The resolu ' tinn was reterreu 10 mc iuie- -"""" u.e Tne house recessed until two oclock , tlis af ternoon. In the senate. tion was referred to the rules commit rm.. nnmtnotinn nf T5. W. Baker, ot i Penola, was confirmed by the senate this morning- t When the senate met, zu minute frp raken ud in reading and granting ecusps for absence last Saturday. ' ge.eral petitions were read aslcinj 1 . thn ciilr!T- hill On 1 as from chlckasha, Okla., to Terrell , - -nria Cofer "introduced a bill of lading bill : ilar to the one he proposed at the third called session. fc 1 Appropriation Bill. j Thj senate received frpm the house I 1em an. contingent expense . tbe r d,em and contingent expense ( ropriati0n bills, which passed there j dav Both have already passed the I honse The house amended the contingent expense bill, raising the ap G-AYHOB SEEMS OUT OF DANGER New York. N. Y.. Aug. 23. For the first time since he was shot by James J. Gallagher nearly two weeks ago the night watch upon mayor Gaynor was abandoned by his physicians last night. The bulletins had previously been given up and the full measure of the mayor's recovery was indicated by the doctor'. statement that they would retire from the case in a few dav ,i,finTi frnm S10.000 to S15.000. On ,. .j, tt 1-.0. conofo .inxUnori t. 1 aDPears morion il nuuic, - ..v. v... ....... - . . - i ne senaif tnc .iuJUu.u,u v.w.. , oclock tomorrow mumm. j . 1 FOREST FIRES ARE SPREADING; LOSS GROWS EACH HOUR Wardner. Idaho, Aug. 23 Four fires are raging within a mile and a half I of Wardner and the town is In grave danger. Six hundred men from the Federal, Caledonia and Bunker Hill mines have been sent out to start a backfire. i x AVomen and children are prepared to Ieaie, the route to safety being still open. ' Washington D. C, Aug. 23 Foresl - i !ooj n stntftment to- ! SCr 1LC Ulliuaia """-" 1 day summing up the reports from) agents in the field concerning the fire situa tion. Thirty-three fire fighters are known to be dead in the Lolo and Couer D'Alene regions and two more men are reported fatally hurt. These, J fie-ure? cover onlv tne lives oi m c i fighe-s and no attemnt Is made to esti- mate the total loss of life. ' Great Many Dead. The following message was received from associated district forester Silcox . at Missoula: I "Known dead fire fighters in 1-.010 . and Couer D'Alene region number 3:., I with two more perhaps fatally hurt. Several larce crews are yet unheard from and are in danger. All of the towns of St. Regis and Saltez are burned. The wind is less violent today nnrf xvp hone to s:et rescue and fire fighting parties started tomorrow. The fighting parties started tomorrow ne town or Troy is now in "- "J pared for burial at the junction of Pine "The entrtFlf eL nf fhterf were f and BI creeks, south of Wardner, ae on fire and hundreds of fighters ere cordi reaching here, forced to abandon their tools and sup I Gorernment ?upervisor igIe says plies and flee. ( these are t h, d it j TSSSSbSaSl rone P- .he,- are Idaho rangers. Fires on the Colvllle tnaian reserve tion in Oregon are growing worse and cannot be extinguished without the aid of rain, according to a telegram from Fires on the Colvllle Indian reserva- 1 . tne supenmenaem. Fires in - A call for troops to fight fires hich have broken out in Tahoe national for- j est jn California has been received, This is the first information of serious . ., f .Li. Tiftnttt' i.ire& m tio.i va- , The expense of the J!faL.depa en I in" rendering aid in fighting tires is in ri'iiucjuife am .o.-.c foQting up into the thousands. It is -u..l .Vn nnnirracc TVlll he asked nrnhMe thnt r-nnirrpss will be asked for a deficiency appropriation to cover the expense incurred. Butte Sriioke Clouded. Butte. Mont.. Aug. 23. Although no forest fire of consequence rages within 100 miles of Butte, smoke hung heaviij over this city last night Conditions in central Montana are little improved. The entire state, prairie and forest is like tinder, and no one can tell where fires will break next. Coiitrolinir the Fires. Missoula, Mont., Aug. 23. The forest j firr.c which mired alonff the Couer j D'Alene branch line of the Northern Pacific in the last few days are sraau- ally being subdued, according to reports Pacific in the last few days are gradu ally b bejn day i, received by railroad oniciai lu Tiici, winflc which nrevailed yestei - J.J..J3.. .. . - i,, day. died own last night and n neacly ?-" ?"r"inf."St: " 2L 'S St ,1 Z able to make progress against iu flames. Gould, Mont., 17 miles from Helena, is entirely surrounded by forest fires that are hourly Increasing in Intensity. Willburne, ust over the mountain f.m nl.l le nlcn thrfn tftTlfifl and the inhabitants are leaving the place. J he timber around Lincoln is burning j rapidly. J Fircx Still Rage. j Forest supervisor Fenn today report- J eo to the local forestry bureau from TTAoskia. Idaho. giving a distressing picture of conditions In that district. The fires have now covered an area moro than 50,000 miles square. High winds are prevailing today, and there little chance 01 oniiKms m control. The town ot is threatened, are coming over from Idaho at the head of Rock creek. Reports are heard today that incendi aries attempted to spread new fires at St. Regis last night. Many Men M Inning. Spokane. Wash.. Aug. 23. Three hun dred fire fighters of a total force of 600 men battling with the flames in the burning white pine forests of north ern Idaho, are unaccounted for. today. Government forest supervisor W. R. Welgle in an interview at Wallace to day declared his belief that nearly half had perished. The missing men have been working where the fires are fiercest along the headwaters of the Couer D'Alene and St. Joe rivers. At least five are dead near Newport, Wash., as a result of the forest fires. Several persons have become insane from fear. Mrs. Ernest Reinhardt broke away from her rescuers after they had borne her from her burning home and rushed back into the flames, and is among the utw. The fire is siill threatening the town ot Newport. Beer is being used at Wallace, Idaho, for drinking purposes in place of water. The water supply ran short Saturday, when fire attacked the town. -v special irom wauace says tne sot A special from nallace says the sol- v. o-.i. 1 .- i. diers of the 2oth intantry. negroes, who diers of the 2oth infantry, negroes, who j are patrolling Wallace under the direc- fion of m3.vnr T-Tnnsfn hnv htpn Hi-en orders to shoot vandals, whose depreda tions have already become serious. Thirteen More Dead. Wallar Triahn A 11c -2 Th 'hnriiM f Qf dead are beln e .-i-t a -i- itt -rr n PR06-RAM FOR THE . . vv iIiib.fiJ?X iUJNU2j.K, The regular Tuesday -evening band t f Cleveland - .-, J square this evening commencing at :). j This is the first band concert for two ;veeks as tne concert last week was postponed because of the death of tne mayor. The program follows: , . - .- - jiarch "The Trumpeters' . I r ,--, ,-,a "TKn nainr;fnl . Bloom . Suppe Overtuj: The Beautiful thea" Waltzes "Jolly Fellows" Vollstedt I (Repeated by request.) Grand Fantasia "Lucia di Lam- mermoor" .... ... . . Donizetti Mazurka "Woman's Love" Strauss Overture on songs by Franz Schubert. Grand selection trom the opera. "Ballo in Maschera" Verdi "Star Spangled Banner." j AGED MAN GROUND Ttj JJ:.VI'if U?UZili. A UAli. San Antonio, Tex., Aug. 23. In a col lision -with a street car. Otto Sehurman. ; lwrlQd from a buggy and th und a and hi bod llt , j eraUy ground to a pu,p here Mrly to. I ii. .... ,,.. . A, . ,,., ,, I uneim v pour, in me vemuie imu Schrman , ,he .,. w . - - , injured. - KILLER ALLOWED BOND BY SAN ANTONIO TUDGE San Antonio, Tex., Aug. 23. D. B. j Chapin. the millionaire land owner, who shot and killed Oscar J. Rountrce in Dan Breen's saloon here Thursday night, was today allowed bond .of jSla. 000. John Closner, sheriff, of Hidalgo county, and W. W. Jones, of Beeville, are his sureties. in REPUBLICAN CANDIDA TE OUT $4 FOR EACH VOTE Franklin, Pa., Aug. 23. Jos. C. Sibley, -who withdrew as candidate for congress on the Republican ticket In the 2Sth Pennsylvania district, was ar retted late last night on a warrant charging -conspiracy to debauch -voters. He was released on his own recocmizance to appear for a hcarinsr Aucr. iS. His arrest came a few hours after Sibley announced his withdrawal from the concessional race. According to his own figures, fi'ed in obedience to a legislative act re quiring a public statement by candidates of their expense account, he spent ?32,000, which, according to population, averaged $4 a vote. In the warrant nnder which SiMey was arrested, three other prominent citizens are nl.ro charged with conspiracy to debauch voters. They are Chas. GrnndalL D. M. Howard and Geo. M. Dnwi. Estrada Takes Charge and Wire3 United States of His Respect and Regard. RIOTING- VERY SOON CHECKED BY TROOPS Transfer of Capital to Con trol of the Revolutionists is Quite Peaceful. Managua, NIc, Aug. 23. T&e down fall of the Nicaragua government aft er defeats to the regular army by the j Insurgent force of Gen. Estrada, last week, was marked by no scenes of dis order in the capital. President Madrijj left the city Sanday night, his plans being kept a secret, aboard a government gunboat and later took a train for Corlnto. A number of leaders fled with 3Iadriai, mostly all former sHpporters of Zelaya, who could expect no mercy from the new administration. 31adrlz Flees. President Madriz left the capital Sun day night for Corinto accompanied by his chief advisers. William Pittman. the Boston engineer, accused of laying mines, is free at the American consulate. All the prisoners in the penitentiary have made their escape. There was rioting Sunday night, but it was quickly quelled. The situation is critical. Before departing for Corinto with Gen. Toledo, Vasquez, Ortiz and Monte negro, and Dr. Julian Irias, the presi dency was turned over by Madriz to Jose Dolores Estrada, a brother of general Juan Estrada, the leader of the revolution. Immediately afterward, Jose Estrada issued a proclamation saying that he would give the office to his brother. and started a peace commission. com- : , . . -,......,,.. . nosed of foreign consuls, for Granada poeu ui tUiC'&" - to inform Gen. Estrada of his inten- tion. j The commission was compelled to re turn to Managua, however, as the rail road tracks had been torn up. Estrada Cables Knox. f Bluefields, Nicaragua, Aug. 23. Gen. Estrada has cabled secretary Knox at TT,-oe'HiT.i-trr 5in assurance to the Amer- lean people of his warm regard and has offered to maKe amenas lor ms execution of the Americans. Cannon and Groce and other unfriendly acts towards rhe United States by president Zelaya and Madriz. Wire From Estrada. Washnigton, D. C. Aug- 23. The first rHont! fnnfirmation of the success of i Gen. Juan Estrada to the presidency of Nicaragua came to the state department todav in the form of a cablegram from, Sr. Estrada himself. Estrada said the first official act of the new president was to assure the American people of the regard for them by the victorious partv and Its eagerness, if necessary, to make restitution for the killing of Cannon and Groce, ihe two Americans executed under Zelaya's rule. ASSAULT CHARGES ARE NUMEROUS Chas. Moore is under arrest charged with theft under $50. The police have recovered a pistol alleged to have been taken by him. Parfllo Teller and Rafael Fox are docketed in the police court, charged with assaulting a woman. Offic"-s charge that each of them beat his wife. Ennis Ervin and M. E. Wash will be tried in police court Tuesday afternoon on charges of assault. PRESIDENT OF CEMENT PLANT RETURNS FROM LOS ANGELES. Carl Leonardt. president of tha Southwestern Portland Cement com ,. -,T-t.ti-ol TuorJav on the Goldi panj. arrive Tuesday on the WW pany, arrived Tuesday on the Golden SSl" ?. ?-& U tie Uz .OS" tVnceles. Mr. Leonardt Is the tat rer of young Carl Leonardt. who was killed in an automobile accident near I Los Angelas recently. NEGRO IS FINED. P. W. McLun, the negro arrested on a charge of criminal assault, on com plaint of the mother of a small negro girl, was today fined $21 on an assault charge, but the charge of criminal as sault was not dismissed.