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R B Xf EI Paso Fair Saturday g October 29th To yemsg, Nov. 6th, 1910 pern m U s 3m i j vhMP wjppKc Finisnes First in Interna - tional Aviation Cont'est at Belmont Park. LE BLANC ORACHES IN TELEPHONE POLE Belmont Park, N. T., Oct. 29. Gra ham "White "who was the first starter for the Gorden Bennett international cup in a 50-horse power Bleriot, finish- ed the course of 20 laps. 62.1 miles iu 61 minutes, 1.4 seconds Smashes Telephone Pole The race was marred by two acci- dents in the early stages, Leolanc in .i 100-horse power Bleriot was making iu tl !, f th. t ThoT, 1 e ran into a telephone pole on the 19th Ian. and cut the pole in two. He was Lilt .a-iLCOI. .!- .. ....v. -- i Injured, but not seriously and the ma chine was wrecked. Ogilvie, of the England team, in s "Wright, was out of the race early, de scending after a few laps. Brookins's Machine Wrecked Brookins, American in a "Wrighl racer, had hardly flown a thousand feet wnen he lost control and the ma chine was completely wrecked. Brook ins was not seriously injured. "Will Probablx. Hold Trophy. Unless Hamilton or Drexel can beat 60 miles an hour, the James Gordon Bennett cup will prcbably go with Graham-"White t England LeBlanc and id Brookins. "White's most dangerous riv vafiare in the hospital. and Latham of the French team quit the course after covering 10 laps Latham Unas' Wild. As Latham in the Antoinette was rounding the turn on the 16th lap the wind blew him straight for the crowd. As the big machine headed for them, the people ran -wildly or dropped to the ground, cowering behind automobiles. Latham, by gTeat effort; managed to miss the crowd, but was evidently shaken and returned to the hangers. Finished Slew. Ogilvie, (Brtlsh) covered the full course, but took two hours and sis minutes. Brookins's machine turned complete ly over in front of the grandstand, lighting on its nose and turning over on its back. It was at first feared he was pinned under the engine, but he crawled out of the wreckage and stag gered a few paces before he fell un conscious. Drexel, who drives a oO" horse power Bleriot, will start early this afternoon. Hamilton drives a 110 horse, power Haxniltonian. REBUTTAL IN A MURDER TRIAL Waco, Texas, Oct. 29. The state be gan the introduction of rebuttal testi mony this morning at "the trial of Mrs. Minnie Streight, charged with killing her husband. M. E. Sewell, a McGregor under . taker, said he saw a revolver on the lowing the shooting, and he saw no signs of a struggle that the room was in perfect order. He said he knew Btreight for many years as a law abid ing citizen and had never heard him curse his family. Justice of the peace- Mc Williams testified that he -was in the room following the killing and noticed that the bed was smooth,, snowing no signs Of a struggle. McWilliams also said Mrs. Raborn and Miss Maybelle Xeff. from whom he secured statements, said nothing then about Streight abus ing his family. .7. P. Cunningham said he had never heard Streight curse his family. EXPRESS STRIKERS DEMAND OPEN SHOP Xew York, X. Y., act. 29. An un paralleled feature of the express strike which has tied up thousands of dollars worth of perishable freight is that the strikers are fhrhtip for an "open shop." The primary de?-nd was a wape in crease and Sor helpers, but afterwards "the demand was made that there be no discrimination against non-union men. The first express wagons were moved in Jersey City todav wifah detectives armed with rifles beside the drivers. PASSEXGEIIS Or WRECKED VESSEL REACH HAVAXA. New Orleans, La., Oct. 29. The steamer Crown Prince was wrecked off Cuba October 16 and the crew and passengers -were rescued and taken to Havana, where they arrived todaj'. The ship and cargo, value4 at 51,000,000, are a total loss. BIG FIRE IX TOPEIvA. B E R V Toneka TCans. Ooti 59. Virf in thA Santa Fe storage yards today destroy er? 900 freight cars and the loss is $0 000. The big- shops of the company adjoining the yard were savfd Jy employes. CENSUS GIVES JUAREZ POPULATION OF 16,575 Census taking in the district of Bravos, which includes Ciudad Juarez, fended Friday, ant tire complete count t"he city of Juarez and four small villous irf the district, a total of lGfsr;, o separate count of the city proper i announced. "St The results are of especial interest to El Paso, because the borde taicxIcaH community is considered a direct commercial asset to this city. Former Forester Declares He Believes His Views Are Those of the People. SPEAKS TO THE DETEOIT PEOPLE Detroit, Mich., Oct. 2S. "Since early in June I have been traveling aimost continuously, and have had a fair j chance to come in contact with and estimate public sentiment in all the great divisions of our country," said Gifford Pinchot in an address here yes- terday Der0Te the chamber -of com- ! merce. "Using the information thus secured from contact with men of many occupations and varieties of po litical belief in many localities, I have tried to write down an estimate of the J , u ii cauiuLc ui cue it wnrhJ TO deep sea tea po, . . J j T&t erful indignation over the inequality of C. , r ,, .1 x. t boring for oil. opportunity everywhere known to ex- j Aroher comDany. known as the 1st, and the firm determination to put , Pedragon spr,ngs outfit has prepared an end to it somehow, and that soon. tQ operate g0uth -of the Texas com- "If we could hear the voice of all i pany.s present field of operations while the people upon some current issues, j the Qraham people are to locate soutn ic would, I think, declare itself in, sub- ' west of theTexas properties and will stance as follows j carry on big operations. "I believe the people should directly I will Be Fully Dc eloped. nominate, elect, control, and recall j sMftcfials re'vOli- tie ground, others their own legislative representatives. are being rushed to "the field and the "I believe in publicity of campaign j Toyah field is to be developed to the contributions and expenses both before t fullest extent. The Graham company and after election, and in strictly lim- j Intends to sink three wells, the amount Iting by law the amount that may be I of work tobe done by the Pedragon spent and the manner of spending it. j Springs outfit has not been definitely "I believe that it should be unlaw- decided as yet but it is declared that it f ul for any lawmaker or other public j will go at least as deep as the Texas servant to he employed by or to receive j company in one well. compensation from any Interstate or j -Tct public service corporation, or for any "ROOSEVELT WINDS puDiic servant appointed anu noi : elected to office to be an officer in any political party or,org"anlzation, or to attend any political convention. "I believe it should be unlawful fot any lobbyist or other representative of any Interest to advocate or oppose any measure to any legislator or legislative nTMtvif f -vrTtT Ait fit?4- TtVlinlT rl 1 ftering his name, the nature of nil I z: .ny.nnnc.4ln. .,.. V. nn-mn 4 -V.tr. n I ployer. y "I believe that the most pressing pa triotic dutj' of today is to revive popu lar government by driving the special interests out of politics, and that com plete publiciity of all the affairs of every interstate and public service cor poration Is necessary to that end. "I believe that corporations have cer tain rights that should be respected, but they have no political right-: po-v-ers, or duties, and they should have no representatives in congress, in the cab inet, or on the bench. "I believe that tlie specia. iterets. ; through their cjitrol of pulses and , .i business, and principally by means of j in& uneier orders. The trial will con the tariff, are mainly responsible for j tiRUe for several more daj-s. the exorbitant cost of living. j . "I believe that tne Pavn-A'.lncli STARTS FIRE "WITH OIL ta.riff was made by the servants of j AND IS FATAIiLY BURVED special privilege fo.- 'he benefit and j D"enver, Colo., OcL 29. Mrs. Esther according to the orders of their mat- j jamsey was fatally burned this raorn-lers- iug when she tried to start a fire with "I believe that the old Darty ties :ie kerosene. She was alone and when slipping off; that' the progressives in neighbors, attracted by her screams, J cth parties are the true rfinre.sent.-i- reached her, it was 400 late to save her tives of their, parries, and of the poo- iife. Her husband, who was in jail on pie i a charge of highway rabbery, was "I believe that the people have lost i brought to her bedside and is pros confidence in congress, because :on- : trated with grief. Kress as a whole no longer represents " the people who elect it, but the special Interests who control it. "I believe that Cannon and Aldrich, and all they represent, are passing j $ rapidly away, and that a better time j JH is coming, when the people will con- rr trol. ! "I believe the people must protect j V thomselves against the special inter- i vests in state and nation alike: that T they can best protect themselves bv th le power of the nation against cbj--i' orations operating across state lines- porat and th?t the great special interests j ' , ,.,,, must not be permitted to take refu. V. CAMfxcf MIIIT.V from all control by speciously raising ,? POLITICS IN TH, MII.IT.A the issue or states rights. j Austin, Tex,. Oct. 29. Govern r "I believe that our laws and institu- Campbell today appointed Col. Leroy tions should be planned, 'mado and i Hearne, of San Antonio, brigadier gep changed solely as the necessities, ad- i eral commanding the Texas national vantages, and difficulties of the pec- guard, succeeding Gen. Thomas Scurry, pie rrnuire. and not for the benefit of "vh. has retired. th- snecial interests. Co1- Townsend and Col. Cecil Lyoa "I "believe that presidents., cabinets, l' outrank Hearne. but Lyon is a Kepub lawmakers. officials, and judges are ' licaa and Townsend is not a Campbell all servants of the people; that tiey supporter hold office for the benefit of no special , , class or political party, but solely for FARM IIAAD AREB?? F,L'T.-, the benefit of the people, and that they I LOWING EMPLOYER'S STABBING may justly be held responsible by the ! people for what they Co. 1 "I believe that our local state, an-1 ' national governments can and should dp run as honestly and euicientlv as any well bianaged private business; that they should be free from partisan political interference; and "that more should be done by the' people acting through the government for their own (Continued on Next Page.) shows S5GG men and SOI!) vrbinen In r Oil Field Not to Be Aban doned by the Texas- Oil Company. G&AKA3VI COMPANY TO SINK THREE WELLS Toyah is not to be abandoned, as an oil field. "Reports sent out that the : Texas company would abandon its oper- i atlons there have been denied and from L reliable sources comes the informa- tion that instead of taking such action the Texas company has instructed Its employes in charge of the drilling out fits now on the ground, to sink the well to a depth of of 3000 feet and com mence oth'r operations Graham Company Ready For Worki The Graham company, a Corsicana . - - - etonfl. UP NEW YORK TOUR Kingston, N. T., Oct. 59. Theodore Koosevelt made the last speech of his New York state" trip, today when l.e addressed an open air meqting here. He continued his attack on John -Dix. He will speak tonight in Mew- " before leaving for Oyster -""J DYIXG STATEMENT READ TO JURY IN 3HVNI.EY TRIATj Dallas, Tex., Oct. 29. The trial of J. D. Manley, charged with the murder of Louis Richenstein, was resumed n district judge Seay's -court toda Richenstein's dying statement was in troduced in evidence after a fight by the defense to keep it out- Richenstein said he had made no hostile motion toward Manley, and fiat the latter bayonetted him without provocation. The state rested this morning and the defence introduced N. "K Npshttt. n. member of Manlev's com ,. whft s-5fl thp soldiers were act- J4t4.4e,5'',5',5"5,,3',5' ,' S FOUR BURN TO DEATH IN A MARYLAND TOWN. La Plarta, Md., Oct. 29. Four persons lost their lives in a fire of unknown origin, which destroyed the combined store and dwelling of T. M. Carpen ter at Pisgah early today. j ". " JrI.r-$J.5, ..j;.s..f.$i4.4. Clarksville. Tex., Oct. 29. J. L. Ma- ., son, was stabbed, perhaps iatally, at a farm five miles south of here thin morning. George Harrison, who work ed for Mason, had a difficulty over ! the amount of., wages due him. He was arrested following the stabbing. ATTORNEY STOPS FIGKT ON SUNDAY LAW; LEAVES OFFICE Austin, Tex., Oct. 29. C. A. Ledi. sistant attorney general, resigne-a today and will become a member of a law firm at Greenville. His resignation came as a surprise, as he had just commenced prosecuting a large number of "Sunday clubs" over the state. FORT WORTH JUDGE FORCES DALL?AS OFFICER, TO TRIAL Fort Worth, Tex,, Oct. 29. District judge Swayne his morning overruled a motion by dofence for a continuance in the case of Will Copeland.. the for--iher Dallas policeman charged witJi 'nurderlng Roy Aden and Will Davie hej¢lj-. Copeland will plead sef I Col. Wm. Fc Cody and Herd Of :. 't OIL WAR EXPECTED IN TOYAH FIELD John Grates and H. Clay Pierce Said to Have Joined in Fight. Is H. Clay Pierce to enter the Toyah field and has he "Joined hands with John TV. Gates to fight 'the Standard" Oil company in the Toyah field? Thisjsthe Tofalrowtog while in El Paso, held a conference with Toyah people. "It is known" that Pierce has long sought to fight the Standard Oil com pany, and that Gates has declared his intention' of fighting the Rockefeller company - to ja. ' finish; andj iiow come3. the news from nil men ' tJhat Tir isu -s f x- ",-'" 'k'Z?"M understood - to have"' entered Gatesfrf-jjg-j&j TpTns rrTrr:'n'' t tint-, nc- ofi 11v nf " - "Bet You a Million"- Gates'and forca the Standard company to' 'show- its hand. This seems to be further borne out J by the fact that the Texas company is reported to have applied for a char ter to operate in the oil fields of Illi nois, where the Standard has had little opposition, and a big oil war-may be i.ciecu m tne lojau, xexas, Tieiu. - i grace: elevens to meet us' big games Washington, D. C, Oct. 29. Some- of the most important football games ot the season will .be played this after noon, and the results will figure heav ily in deciding- the championship. The largest game at Marshallfield, Chicago, in 1910, will be today when Minnesota mee.ts Chicago university. Coach Stagg. of Chicago is said to have worked out a number of-new plays effective" un der the new rules. Wisconsin and Northwestern meet at Madison and the score is expected tc be clase. New York will have its only chanco to see a big college game when Prince ton and Dartmouth clash at the Polo grounds. Colorado university plays Utah at Denver, the ' School of Mines plays Colorado College at Colorado Springs, and Kansas plays Washburn at Law rence. NORTH TEXAS HAS FREESINGWEATHER Fort Worth, Tex., Oct. 29. In maty sections of the state this morning rho thermometer was below 30. It reached this figure at Fort .Worth and Waco. Dalhart, in the Panhandle, reports I the mercury at 26, Amarillo 27, and ! Childress 27. Ice formed in many localities. It is expected the temperature will take a further drop tonight. HO!ME OF A TEXAS- -WITNESS DYNA2TED Durant. Tex., Oct. 29. The home "of John Rex, near Blue, was destroyed bv an explosion of dynamite last night. The perpetrators have not yet bf-en arrested, but the authorities are fol lowing clues. Rex is an important wit ness in several criminal cases. j.-.e.". cuttugdu ms ueu 10 anotner room j last night, which act saved his life. v v v v v v v v v ; ; j JURY IIC BRIBERY CASE CASXOT REACH VERDICT. Springfield. II., Oct. 29. The jury in the Pombertcn-Clark legislative bribery case sent word to court this morningr that they were unable to agree. Judge Thompson, however, re fused to discharge them from custody. - 5- FILIPINOS BURN RANCH OF AMERICAN C1TIZE MnniiH, p. I., Oct. 19. Three hundred rebellious Mancbos tribesmen to day raided the plantation of Capt. Fmgcne Barton in the province of Agmnua, burned nil the buildings nnd killed the stoeli. Rarton tthk absent and hia Firife and child were rescued by friendly natives. Troops hav started In pur suit of the tribesmen. Feature of Opening: of El Paso Fair. Stowaway Is Discovered on Board Dirigible After It PICKPOCKETS AT AVIATION MEET New York, X. Y., Oct. 29. A German !workman named Haas has the distinc tion of being the first aerial stowaway. Impelled by a longing experience for flight, he crawled under the tarpau lin on the dirigible Parsifal VI. and rode from Berlin to Kiel. The airship captain" "dragged" him from his concealment in true nautical style in the' middle of the voyage, but was unable to make him work his pas sage, as Haas was ignorant of ah air ship sailor's duties. Pickpockets at Flights. A detail of detectives sent to Bel1 mont park- aviation meet today will not watch the aviators, but will search for handbag crooks who have been looting the fashionable crowds right and left. As the spectators turiv their eyes upward to watch the ' blrdmen, the crooks haye an easy job to take their jewelry and valuables. Mrs. George A. Huhn, wife of a banker, lost $20,000 worth of jewelry this week. Hawley to Fly by Aeroplane. ' Allan "vR. "Hawley, having won the world's- championship in ballooning, will take?up aeroplaning as soon as he has a jreSt from his recent trip. Maps of the trip of the- America II. and depositions showing the time of arrival at Chicoutimi have been for warded .to the Aero club of America. The balloon probably will not be res cued until a heavy snow allows the sledges to operate. DANGER TO THE PANAMA CANAL New Orleans, La., Oct. 29. Advices received here today from Colon .say. the Balbos and Pacific Estates com pany, of London, has just been given a franchise to build and operate a rail road from the Isthmus of Darien 10 the Panama canal. Americans here and in Panama are greatly concerned and are asking tue United States government to tr yto nullify the contract, as such a rail road would enable a foreign power tJ reach the canal works. 4"P,r 4,,i'1!' JEFE POLITICO TO ASIv JUAREZ STORES TO CLOSE. Through the efforts of Rob- ert Silberberg. jefe politico J Francisco Portillo has agreed to ? issue a proclamation requesting the merchants of Juarez to J close Friday in order that they 41 and their clerks may attend f the fair. 4- -4 Buffalos In Arena RECALL EVEN FOR ARIZONA JUDGES This Feature of 2Jew Con stitution Arouses Con siderable Opposi tion. Phoenix, Ariz., Oct. 29. After two weeks' deliberation the legislative committee this morning reported tie initiative referendum to the constitu tional convention, leaving the percent age to be decided by the convention. It differs in no material respect from the Oregon law and makes direct legisla tion, applicable to cities and. counties as welL as the state. The recall meas ure has been ordered printed. It pro vides for the recall of any officer. -There isrexpected"tb be a "bitter con test, asmany bbjeet, to' the applicatioa of the recall -to the judiciary. State FremifiitlsH. The feature of Friday's session of the constitutional convention was a public hearing before the committee on separate submission of state wide pro hibition at the election for the ratifica tion of the constitution. Although provisions were made for replies, none were made to the argu ments of the prohibitionists. It is understood that a majority of the com mittee is opposed, to separate submis sion of the question. It is expected that a minority report will be made arid " the matter fought out " on the floor of the convention next week. The suffragists were also given an opportunity to speak on separate sub mission of suffrage, but failed to avail themselves of it. - The railroad committee reported ad- versely the Cassidy anti-pass proposi tion, but will report a substitute carry- ing the main features of the measure. This will prohibit public officials from accepting railroad passes and provide a penalty for a railroad offering any. . The labor committee reported against convict labor on roaas ana Dnages. The legislative committee will re port the initiative and referendum bill tomorrow. 5'4'4"3'4 4"l' 4" 5- MISSING RANCHMAN" FOUND AT BROWNWOOD. Coleman, Tex., Oct. 29. Joe Toland, a wealthy ranchman, who mysteriously disappeared from here last Tuesday, and who was believed to have been killed, was found in the Brown wood railway station last night mentally unbalanced. He was unable to recall any event since his disappearance. He traveled afoot from Coleman to Brady, a distance of about 70 miles. He is now In the care of physicians. J. W. and W. H. Hunter, who were held in connection with the disappearance of Toland. were todaj- released from cus 5 f V tody. .4iA4.4l,,l5,544IJ WISHES POLES MOYED. Tucson, Ariz.. Oct. 29. Telephone poles on Third street proving unsight ly, the city council has requested the telephone company to erect larger poles. TO COMPLETE DAM BY FORCE ACCOUNT Secretary of the interior Richard A. Ballinger has authorized the construc tion of the Elephant Butte dam by force account, accordfng to a telegram received from supervising engineer L. , C. Hill, stationed at Pueblo, Colo., ad-J dressed to W. M. Reed, district engi neer, with headquarters in El Paso. Mr. Reed immediately telephoned to the damsite to begin getting the ma terial together in order to push the work tocompletion. Mr. Reed stated Saturday morning that he could not say how soon the project could be fin ished, remarking: "In order to say how I soon it could be finished, I would have to know how much water there is go ing to be in the Rio Grande for several years and what the weather conditions are to be." The fact that the work Is to be done by forco account means that the gov ernment will do the work itself, and now men, teams, concrete and other October 29,1910 --28 Pages Oldest American in El Paso, Magoffin, Presses Button Starting MacMnery. STATE OFFICIAL MAKES ADDRESS Judge Ed. R. Sone, Agricul tural Commissioner, De livers Principal Address. V V r ' OFFICIAL. FAIR PROGRAM. Sunday, Oct. 38. Opening of the second annual baseball tournament for the championship of the southwest between El Paso, Douglas and Cheyenne. First game at 1 p. m. between El Paso and Chey enne; second game at 3 p. m., El Paso vs. Douglas. Sacred massed band concert on the colonnade during the after noon and evening. All exhibits, concessions and the Overland Trail open throughout the day. 3IoBday, Oct. 31. Third annual society horse show, 7:30 p. m. Baseball tournament Chey eene vs. El Paso,. 1 p. m. Douglas vs. Cheyenne, 3 p. m. Balloon ascension from the hippodrome Infield. Slack wire performance and trick dog show in front of the grandstands. Carnival on the Overland Trail. : "We directors have done all ive can. We aa-me given you the fair. It is now El Paso's and It is ng to EI Paso to make It a success; it is net a director fair, bHt a fair for all the people of the city. The people can akow -whether they want it by attending' or staying at home. The ptople vrill nave to de cide this question. It is now np te them to make grootl." President C. X. B&ssett tans pat it up to El Pasoans today in his formal address at the fair opening:, to make the second annual exposition a suc cess. The second annual El Paso Fair and Exposition is now open. Standing in front of the big grand stands, judge Joseph Magoffin pressed the key which, started the ma chinery of the fair to whirring- exactly at noon. The bands blared, down town, the whistles shrieked and the bells clanged the announcement of the opening to the entire city. J.ne formal opening was given the .stamp of oficial approval by the pres ence or Ed. R. Kone, commissioner of agriculture for the state of Texas, who came from Austin especially to open the second annual El Paso fair as the representative of the state. Com missioner Zone delivered the opening address at the fair grounds belnjr in i troduced bv G A -uT-t?n nrBor,f troduced by G. A. Martin, president of the Texas Dry Farm congress. CoL W. P. Cody (Buffalo Bill), the most pic 'turesque frontier character in Amer ica, was present in person at the open ing, escorted by his cowboy band, and j made a shorT speech at the opening" I exercises. He was Introduced by Judg 5" J. R. Harper. C. X. Bassett, president of the Fair association, and judge "W. Bi" Brack, for the city of El Paso, also spoke as representatives of th nssnrffltinnfnnfl the citv. t The fair gates were thrown open for the first time Saturday morning: at 9:30 and a number of paid admissions entered the grounds before the I fair was formally declared opeq. 'Down town the Pass City and Fort Bliss bands gave a complimentary massed f concert in San Jacinto plaza from II , until 1? nlri-vtnry tha a ?vnol ol. no the whistles blew the announcement of the fair opening at noon. The dele gates from the various organisations which had been Invited to participate in the opening- went to the grounds at 11:30 a. m. and were met at the main entrance by Buffalo Bill mounted on his white horse and escorted by his cowboy band, frontiersmen and in dians. The parade passed down the (Continued on next page.) necessary materials will be immediate ly assembled. Delay has been caused heretofore because it had -not been definitely set tled whether -the government would do the work itself or by contract. The dam, when completed, will cost $9,000,000- and will irrigate 1S5.000 acres of land in the Mesilla and Rio Grande valleys. The dam is to be lo cated about 125 miles north of El Paso and canals will run all the way to the lower El Paso valley. Only American citizens may be em ployed on the work and the daily eight hour day wage for common laor is to be $1.50. A large force ofr men is already on the ground and there will be a rush of laborers and materials immediately, and actual building of the dam itself will commence next July. Commissaries will be conducted by the government and no saloons will b allowed in the camp.