El Paso Herald (El Paso, Tex.), Ed. 1, Saturday, January 17, 1914 Page: 1 of 38
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The Herald Prints a Full Page Illustrated Every Week About the Movies
Unsettled tonight and Sunday.
EL PASO TEXAS
January 17 1914 38 Pa es
urns sBcrioa's today
ORDERS MRS. MAJOR TAKEN
FROM HER HOME; DOCTOR
SAYS LIFE WAS IN DANGER
LAMOGORDO N. M Jan. 17.
f That the embalming fluid used
1h tfce hfdy of Miss Kudera
Major might havfe contained arsealeal
properties was the declaration of W. K.
Warren aa Alamogordo drugglat today.
He -was oa the stand for the BreeH-
tlon la the ease aitalast H. H. Major
c-harged with caaslMK the death of Miss
ndora 3laJr. his daoghter.
Warrea testified that he pat ap the
embalming fluid used by undertaker A.
J. Buck la preserving the body bat that
he did not pat any arsenic In it. He ad-
mitted that some of the flalds might
hae contained arsealeal properties
1. K. Staleap aa lasarance man of
llnmoKordo testified that a pOUer fot
92000 was carried on the life of Mrs.
hristlae Major whose death preceded
that of the daughter and that the com-
pany pal Major 91846.
Indertaker Back was also OB the
stand daring the morning.
Dr C II Waldschmidt an Alamo-
eordo phsician who was a witness
Fridaj night testified that he had
treated Mrs Isabel Major and had re-
quired that she be removed from the
house "to save her life from her hue-
band." Against the contention of the de-
fence the court permitted the testi-
mony relative to the illness of the sec-
ond wif to be given before the jury.
Th defence contends that each case
is a separate case but the prosecution
asserts that it should be permitted to
present all the facts relative to the
illness of defendant's son and second
wife as well as the death of his first
wife to enable It to prove what it has
iset out to do that Major systematical-
ly planned the destruction of his en-
tire family in order to collect life in-
surance Dr E D MeKinley a physician of
tins citj was placed on the stand by
the state and qualified as an expert
his testimony was relative to the
late illness of Mrs. Isabel Major In-
sultatlon He testified it was his I
opinion that she was suffering from
Poisoning from some form of opium.
A J. Buck an undertaker of Alamo-
gordo. who was placed on the stand
by the state testified that the body of
Kudora Maior was taken to undertak-
ing rooms on the same day she died.
"She was dead when I went to the
house. I embalmed the body but could
not give the exact ingredients I use a
formula which I have in a book at my
office." he said "Mr Warren has a
formula Mr Warren is a druggist on
the corner of 10th street and New York
a-vannik The formula could be changed
a little and I would not recognise it--4
The bodv vas buried three or lour aay
-ift-r drath.'" . - -et H
Embalmed Mrs Major's Bote.
Continuing tfc -witness . said: "J
knew Mrs Christine Major I bvrwa
lier and embalmed the bodv I used
tIt arre formula filled bv W B. War-
ren I receded the bodv of Mrs. Chris-
iuh Major about two hours after death
and took the bodv from the house to
'he undertaking rooms and returned
The bod to the house In about two
ria-i s I was present at the time ths
lirdv ws exhumed and recognised the
boriv I as present at the time the
body of Eudora Major was exhumed
and recognized the body. A
sample of the embalming fluid
used in embalming Eudora Major
was placed In the vr.ult of the State
hank and I think it was delivered to
Prof Hare and Dr. Rogers.
Mr Warren furnished the embalm-
irg fluid used on the body of Mrs.
Christine Major from a formula
given bv him. said the witness. Mr.
Warren he said put up the fluid
ued on the body of Eudora Major;
the formula was not changed.
Buried in Sealed Caskets.
Cross examined the witness testi-
fied that the bodv was taken from
the southeast bedroom upstairs and
v hen returned was placed in the sit-
ting room down stairs. He thought
the casket was left open The body
was buriea one or two aavs alter oe-
ing taken back to the liouse. The
. mbalmlng fluid was prepared five
sra lions at a time The formula was
f d as required Eudora Major was
interred in an armor plate steel cas-
ket supposed to be double coated
it ad. In an iron shipping box her-
Body Hermetically Sealed.
Mrs Christine Major was buried In
a casket hermetically sealed put in
a wooden box He said he saw both
1 odies when exhumed The face of
Kudora Major was covered with mold
si'd some was on her clothing. Mrs.
Malor's bodv was about the same.
On redirect examination it was
brought out that the same kind of
casket was wanted for Eudora Major
1 Continued on page 3 cable news sec)
COURT MAR1IAL IS
"THE EVACUATOR" IS TITLE GIVEN HIM BY OFFICIALS
A WAITING MERCADO
MEXICO CITY Mex Jan. 17. The federal war office today declared that if
Gen. Salvager Mercado lately commander of the federal troops at Ojinaea
returns to Mexico he will be court martialed by the first federal force he'
Government officials have nicknamed Gen. Mercado "The Evacaator" They
express dissatisfaction with the manner in which he abandoned the towns of
Farral Chihuahua and Ojinaga
EL RIO Tex Jan. 17. Antonio
Rojas who once opened a bank
in Juarez by the crowbar rnutt
is in jail here He was arrested in
Del Rio yesterdav afternoon-as he left
the train from which Gen. Ynez Salazar
is taken at Sanderson yesterday
morning Kojas was aboard the train
w ith Salazar but was not recognized at
Sanderson However he was watched
rntil he arrived here where he was
identified It was at first believed that
be was Pascual Orozco.
Kojas declines to state the where-
U nut-s of Orozco or Marcelo Caraveo
hi other two federal generals missing
f'om OJinaga and opinion is divided
as to whether they are still in Mexico
or on the Texas side It is believed they
arc et in Mexico.
r.ojas is another of the former rebel
p nerals against Madero who embraced
rhi Huerta cause when Madero was
1 n. a Rojas was one of the com-
zud'iders who took Juarez just prior to
Loss of German Steamer Acilia Is Now Considered Cer-
tain; Boats Containing Bodies of Second Mate an
Two Seamen Are Found Besides the Re-
mains of Two Officers
AMBURG Germany Jan. 17. No
doubt remains that the German
steamer Acilia Is lost with. Its
crew of 48 and its 50 passengers. A
telegram from Punta Arenas Chile re-.
ceived here today says that the bodies
of two of her officers were picked up
today among a mass of wreckage north
of Picton island. Tierra del Fuego.
Indians in the vicinity declare that
big steamer 'sank near there some time
The Acilia was a vessel of 8600 tons
net built in 1900 and chartered by the
Kosmog line. She left Corral Chile
on Oct. 27 for Hamburg.
A telegram from Valparaiso on Wed-
nesday last reported the finding of two
of the Acilia's boats in Aguirre bay
Buildings Topple When Fresh Earthquakes and Erup-
tions of Vsteaao Occur; Sun lake .BailLolBiostf;
j0m iiignt; lp$er in
KAOOSHIMA Japan 7aplSMtoo
further violent erOntteW the I
ai ti TLw . I
voleano Sasrura-JItna. accompa
nied by a severe earthquake occurred.
late last night causing the collapse
of many more buildings. Numbers of
the inhabitants of Kagoshima who had
returned fled again in terror from
the city. Ashes are falling thickly to-
day. The sun looked like a ball of blood
over Kagoshima today but it gave no
light and the darkness was such that
night signals had to be employed on t
the railroads. The flying dust was so !
thick that the few pedestrians on the
streets making their way to the out-
skirts of the city had to cover their
mouths and noses 'with towels or hand-
kerchiefs to prevent suffocation.
The sea in the gulf of Kagoshima
seemed to be boiling and the quantity
of floating pumice stone was so great
that it prevented navigation.
Less of Life Tremendous.
An indication that the loss of life
on the island of Sakura. which was
devastated by the eruption of the
volcano Sakura-Jima may be much
larger than had been supposed is giv- !
en In a report to the interior depart-
ment from Kagoshima. Nine thousand !
out of Sakura's estimated population
of 19000 had been accounted for up
to the evening of January 16
utner refugees it is expected will be
of life evidently was extrenfely heavy
aiarving iieiHgccn lccscaeu.
Bluejackets from the Japanese fleet
today discovered a native eraft con-
taining 16 refugees from Sakura who
were in a starving condition. They
reported that owing to the floating
mass of pumice stone and the high
AT DEL RIO
Orozco's defection from Wadere in Chi-
huahua city two years ago. After the
occupany of Juarez. Rojas set a guard
over the Banco National in Juarez pre-
sumably to protect it but when the
guard withdrew it was found that the
vault had been broken open and robbed
of all its contents.
After going to Chihuahua where
Salazar and other generals preceded
him from Juarer to amalgamate with
Orozco when he decided to quit Madero
to become chief of the new revolution
Rojas was Jailed by Orozco for insub-
ordination and was kept in the state
penitentiary for a long time finally be-
A bit later Rojas in command of a
band of rebels burned and wrecked
the Mormon colony of Diaz in north-
Prior to the revolution Rojas had a
reputation something less than that of
Villa as a freebooter his operations
being confined nrincionllv i n
lores mining district
Tierra del Fuego containing the oodles
of her second mate and two seamen.
WO ONE ISF0UND
ON WRECKED SHIP
less messages from the United States
tug Iroquois which accompanied life
saving views w me xescue ol steam
schooner Polaris which went ashore
just outside the Golden Gate last night
reported that no sign of life had been
found aboard the wrecked vessel. Capt
Reynolds of the revenue cutter ser-
vice who is familiar with the coast
in that vicinity expressed belief how-
ever that the crew of 15 men had suc-
ceeded in reaching sfaDre.
The Polaris was washed oft Dox-
berry reef early today and later
crashed onto Boiicas point.
seatr they had aca -unaalo to steer'
their boat and spent three days adrift
at the mercy of tho lement and wlth-
oat a morsel of food. The bluejackets
were able to reach them only by us-
ing -a wedge shaped raft with which
they pierced a field of pumice stone
reseqibling ice floes.
Lava today was floating steadily
down the sides of the volcano to the
sea increasing' the area of the island
as the substance solidified on reach-
ing the water.
7 a tj a-vt TTrA'KTTC! TTi
JiiilX VV .fiiJl J. Q J.V
BEAR OWN BURDEN
Government Thanks Americans For
Proffered Aid but Sayn the Red
Cross In Handling Problem.
Washington D. C Jan. 17. Japan is
undertaking to relieve the sufferers
from earthquake and' volcanic erup-
tions through its own agencies before
looking for external aid. In answer to
an offer from the American Red Cross
the Japanese government through
American ambassador Guthrie cabled
the following received here today:
"The Japanese Red Cross through
president viscount Hanodusa expresses
its sincere appreciation of the kind
sympathy and generous offer of the
American Red Cross but as relief work
at Kyushiu is in the bands Cf a com-
f" "?' .PL"&3TZ
eminent it does not feel justified in
It Is understood here that this
declination relates solely to the admin-
istrative measures necessary to succor
the unfortunate victims of the earth-
quake and eruption. The American
Red Cross will continue collection of
funds In this country which will be
forwarded through ambassador Guthrie
to Japan and turned over to the gov-
ernmental relief commission.
FAINT IN SCHOOLS
Chopped Straw und Rotten Potatoes
Form Pnrt of Diet of Japanese
In Famine District.
Tokip Japan Jan. 17. Bishop Walter
Andrews of the English church in
Hok-Kaido the famine stricken district
writes that -the suffering everywhere
is Intense. Children are fainting in
schools from lack of food. The farm-
ers he says are hit hardest and their
families are eating soups made of
chopped straw leaves and rotten po-
tatoes and meat taken from cats and
dogs and fish. The. more fortunate
have a thin gruel made of rice or
The net results he writes are manv
deaths from cold and starvation and
an increase of crime and beggars. Many
girls he declares have been sold into
MAN IS ACQUITTED
Trinidad. Colo. Jan. 17 Charlie
Obley a private of company P 2d regi-
ment Colorado national guard has
been exonerated of all blame for the
killing of John German a miner at
Cameron in Huerfano founts by a
courtmartial which completed an in-
vestigation of thi case Obley was
tried on charges of murder manslaugh-
ter assault to kill and assault with a
He entered a plea of not guilty on
every charge Gen Chase made the
announcement of the court's findings
after he had reviewed all of the tes-
timony. iNo civil action in the matter
Charles Easton a private of company
L 2d regiment stationed at Aguilar
W!a8v.PJbaly faa"y wounded last
night by the accidental discharge of
5 """"l'- m.ui n tne hands of
1 same company.
rfici v-iii loiiduauiu a.
County Officials Want to
Bring Him Back For Trial
HIM IF POSSIBLE
OUGHTON Mich Jan. 17. An
effort may be made by Hough-
ton county officials to bring
back Chas. H. Mover president of
the Western Federation of Miners
and other indicted union leaders who
are beyond the jurisdiction of the
court to stand trial for conspiracy.
Special prosecutor Nichols declared
today that he was deliberating the
point as to whether conspiracy is an
extraditable offense. Under the laws
of Michigan conspiracy is a misde-
meanor punishable by a sentence- in
the county jail. The maximum sen-
tence is two years.
Twenty-nine of the 38 men indicted
by the special grand jury of the
charge of conspiracy to interfere
with non union mine employee hate
been arrested. Those on whom war-
rants have not been served because
i MoyV vice president Mahoney. of
the western ireaerauon J. .LrfjwHey
Yanko Terzich and Guy Miller mem-
bers of the executive council and
Ben Goggia and Jacob Olivia organ-
izers. Those arrested had been re-
leased on bail and they were re-
quired to appear by judge O'Brien
bound them over to the next term of
court which begins on January 26.
Little Loomis Girl
Disappears From Her
Home 915 Mdgofiin
Holding tight to her doll. EllSabeth
Loomis aged 2 years the brown
haired and rosy cheeked daughter of
Mrs. Ralph Loomis living at' 915
Magoffin avenue walked out ufr-Jier
home at 10 oclock Saturday maraine
and up to 1 oclock Saturday ttaraoon
had not been found. .
It is believed that the Httle sW fol-
lowed the family automobile ouxiKthe
yard. The chauffeur says that as did
not see her when he got ifcur Ujg oar
and arove away. JSUsasetK way
lag a blue checked apfos- .
Brbps a Lighted" Cjtiife
Baby Sums To Death
-Amarlllo. Tens. Jan. rlT DrOD-
ving a United candle into a-ipiyi of
.gasoline Tan the six year oW sen
of O. K. Gilvin. of this city was
burned to death today in the explo-
sion that followed. l
The chill was plavng with the can-
dle and. thinking the gasoline was
water put the candle into It to ex-
tinguish it. An explosion followed
and the little one was fearfully
burned over the body and about the
He lived for some hours in great
pain before death came as a relief.
KEDZIE HAD TOO
MANY MAIL L0CZS
Department Ankx for tordslinrg Man's
Resignation for That Reason;
llnrdin to Get the. Job.
IiOrdsburg- N. M. Jan. 17. The
secret Is out Don H. Kedzie loses
his job as postmaster because he had
more locks than mall bags in his of-
fice. This is the fault found by the
inspector and reported to Washington
and Is the charge on which the post-
master will be aUrwed to give up his
Job to a Democrat
His term would not have expired
for over a year but the Democrats
grew restless and the inspector came
down and found more locks than mail-
bags in the office. He did not Inti-
mate that the Don meant to convert
"ny of the Tale's to his personal ac-
count but iust reported their pres
ence as a violation of the postal reg-
ulations and a letter came back in
-he next mall from Washington in-
forming the Don that he could re-
sign -or be fired.
M. Q. Hardin of San Simon Ari-
zona has been endorsed by the Dem-
ocratic county central coipmittee for
the job He Is a cousin of the late
John Wesley Hardin of El Paso and
has not been living here long enough
since provhng up on a homestead in
Arizona to be a voter in New Mexico
Washington D. C Jan. 17. Col.
William C. Gorgas was today nomi-
nated by president Wilson for surgeon
general of the army with the rank of
James B. Holohan was nominated
for United States marshal for the
northern district of California and
Frank H. Gould for surveyor general
BAftN IS BURNED
Sierra Blanca Tex Jan. 17. The
barn of Miss Lyda Martin near the
Klondike building at this place was
burned last night together with her
buggy and harness. By the work of
the railroad force and citizens the
Klondike building was saved. The
cause of the fire is unknown.
SAYS -TXRRA7.AS CATTLE
TIKLD REBELS BIG TAX
Santa Fe N. M. Jan. 17. Hugh H.
Williams chairman of the state cor-
poration comms8ien-ho has returned
from the Silver City commercial club's
annual stag banquet says he under-
stands that Gen. Luis Terrazas is
having Villa's "Constitutionalists"
drive his cattle across the boundary at
Columbus N. M- paying them one
third of the value for each animal
brought across. '
CVXKOT HAUL SUPPLIES
FREE FOR OWN CONTRACTORS
T.. . 1 t- 1" x: a -1 1
Phoenix. Ariz- Jan. 1.- Arizona 1
hallroad has a right to haul supplies
for one of its own contractors free of
charge. The corporation commission
has so decided in the matter of the
application of the Arizona Eastern com.
panv for authority to enter into an 1
inemoer or tnejagrte ment to carry supplies lor L. H.
tannine of Tucson. 1
CREW IS LOST
PLYMOUTH. England Jan. 17. The entire crew of the- Briteih torpedo boat "A-7" has been Iost.v
Sweeping operations were started at daybreak and covered a wide area in the search for the missing boat and hei
crew but no indication as to her whereabouts was found.
A destroyer "kept watch through the night over the spot where the tiny vessel was supposed to have disappeared
after her dive during the maneuvers yesterday. When the first streak of light at dawn appeared a number of destroy-
ers with weighted cables stretched between 'them steamed up and down the bay sweeping the bottom of the sea but en-
countered no obstacle.
The lifting craft Sply fitted for raising sunken submarines cannot reach the scene of the disaster before Sunday
night and the authorities say there is small chance of raising the boat before Monday evening if she k located.
Activity" of Dominion in
Seeking Americans ajs Col-
onists Is Considered.
WASHINGTON D. O Jan. 17.
Sestimony today that the Ca-
XSdian government had been
paying for the circulation o news
article te .-patented JnsMeaT -or.jiews-papariMto
induce Americans to go to
Canad; ted 'the senate WMty commit-
tee v&'ia wr lino of arrestiga-
tioa ts4a The statement jatthe ac-
:0an gonrnnraBh j
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n.m jiiMi-lmtlnst AccncT-
Senator Hoke Smith spoke today
in favor or tne ariy i
agricultural extension sail.
SeStorBorah Introduced a bill for
a new government institution to act
as a marketing agency for farm pro-
ducts. .. .
No Strike Investigation.
Democrats of the house rules com
mittee today decided aga ..
lng congrossioim' .. i .5
stolkes in the Michigan copper field
and the Colorado coal district Ke
publicans and "Progressives" tried
for a meting of the entire committee
out th Democrats majority in pri-
vate conference voted that no inves-
tigation resolution be "ported.
Flood of Letters and PeJ1"0""- -
The rules commission met unaer a
flrTolSetftlonm. letters ar telegrams
urging congressional investigation of
thl Spetitft'n from the mayor of Den-
veraSid several Democratic officehold-
Irs of that city related the history 0
SI Colorado coal strike and ra-
"We'are of the opinion that if somei'
thin is not doneP there is likely to
be much serious trouble in the near
The commission also received a tel-
eeram from John McLennan president
of the Colorado state federation of la-
bor and John R- Lawson. of the yY
Mine Workers of America charging
that peonage. Interference yith the
aaiUPcontrtcVubor and toprtwnment
Without due process of law exisieo. in
! KSort'rEm the soclaiiBt party
j Commission which invesHgatea tn
I Strike signed" by Victor Berger. J-
!5" .eSS inrt Charles Edward
ftussell was also received.
A Down Suffrage Committee.
' Democrats of the house rWes com--itM
today refused to Teport a ruie-
S "cSoaS T itaSding committee on wo-
man suffrage In the house.
After much discussion the Demo-
cratic majority concluded that the
time was nofrioe for the ereatlon of
a-separate commission on the subjec.-
Women suffragists 27n?he2f
the country appeared at recent hear-
ings and later led by 2AnnaHow-
ard Shaw visited president Wilson
ad urged him to ask congress 1 to a
message to create a suffrage commis-
sion. The president declined to do so.
saying he had no authority to repre-
sent the Democratic PrtI..1Prs1Tchhl
manner and could not W"" !
own views in a message whatever
they might be . . . .
Suffrage -leaders here were shocked
at the news of their defeat and be-
gan discussion of future plans.
Vote li. Foot to Three.
The commission aftnqunced Its action
soon after a delegation -from the -frets
fund for a single tax had called and
urged creation of a separate commis-
The vote of the Democratic majority
which must b submitted to the entire
commission was four to three. Chair-
man ! Henry and representatives Ppu
of North Carolina and Ff ter of Illi-
nois voted to create a suffrage com-
mission representatives- Hardwiek-
Georgia: Garrett Tennessee: Gold-
fogle. New York and Cantrill Ken-
tucky voted against It The entire
rules commission will meet Tuesday
when a proposition may" be made by
one of the suffragists ..either on the
Democratic or Republican side to re.
port the rule
Provisions of Amendment.
As proposed in representative Stan-
ley's bH: to amend it -section" four or
the Sherman act would read:
"The several circuit courts of the
United States are hereby invested with
jurisdiction to prevent and restrain
violations of into act and lt shall be
tne duty of the several district attor-
neys of the United States in their re-
spective districts to Institute proceed-
ings in equity to prevent and restrain
'Such proceedings may be by way of
petition setting forth the case and
pravl" "at such violation shall be
enionied or otherwise prohibited
When the. parties complained of shall
have been duly notified of such peti-
tion the court shall proceed as soon
s mav be o the hearing and deter
minatinn of the case and pending
s.uh petuion ind oefore the final de
cree the court mav at any time maki
cree the court may at any time make
TWO END LIVES IN
Griijl Shoots Self After. Attempting to Dissuade Uncle
From Suicide; Despondent Over Losing Money
He Then Takes "Weapon-and Ends His Life;
Friend Sees the Double Tragedy.
AN FRANCISCO Calif. Jan. 17.
As the climax to what she termed
a "ghastly joke" a woman known
as Blanche Wood 24 years old seised
a revolver and shot herself dead early
this morning at a hotel here in the
Brasence of ber uncle. A. B. Wood and
friend. Edward Roberts as Roberts
was attempting to dissuade Wood from
committing suicide. Wood then took
the weapon and killed himself.
Earlier in the evening Wood who had
made several suicidal threats had left
. MVfA tn folia ldAai in tsfhlAk afdt Iva
Toum take his life. Wood is said to
ve Men formerly a supreme: court.
Had fceen to- a nfctam -show
" JB""T"f y . . . .
1--- Mwf peravif inrvfniTjN uaaaea m
-"wwess or preaerty aean oe
tbres.tenBrith sttch sfeMwr y any
oiner person or corporation ay rtwwai
bf anything forbidden or declared to
be unlawful by this act may bring
smi in equity in y ousirici court vi
the United States in the districts in
which the defendant resides or is
found to prevent and restrain viola-
tions of this act and for other appro-
"All evidence showing or tending to
show that such restraint was partial
or that it was not undue or unreason-
able shall be admissable for determin-
ing the quantum of damages or the
character of punishment to be inflicted
and for no other."
Jurisdiction In Circuit Conrts.
The amendment also would Invest
the circuit courts of the United States
with jurisdiction to restrain and pre-
vent violations of the act irrespective
of the attorney general.
It was drawn to meet the wish or
the president expressed in his last
message to congress to reduce the de-
batable area surrounding the Sherman
The Kentucky congressman who
was chairman of the special committee
which investigated the United States
Steel corporation believes it would be
a service to the committees of con-
gress which will draft the antl trust
legislation after the president's mes-
sage is delivered next week.
The Stanley bill would amend the
second and fourth sections of the
Sherman law. In section two. into
which the supreme court injected the
"rule of reason." the words "in any
degree" are Inserted so that the sec-
tion would read.
"Kvery person who shall monopolize
or attempt to monopolize or combine
or conspire with any other person or
persons to monopolize in any degree
any part of the trade of commerce
among the several states or with for-
eign nations shall be deemed guilty
of a misdemeanor and on conviction
thereof shall be punished by fine not
exceeding $5000 or by imprisonment
not exceeding one year or by both
said punishments in the discretion pt
Discussing that portion of chief jus-
tice White's decision which relates tO
unreasonable restraint of trade rep--reseutatlve
Stanley said that he had
always regarded It as unnecessary to
the decision and therefore not the
Inaction Impossible Says Stanley.
Concerning the question of juris-
diction in cases of violation of the
r trwt laws Mr. Stanley declared that
his amendment would make impossible
any Inaction under the act because
remedy would be open to all.
k "The provision in section four of
the present act requiring- ail actions
to be brought by the attorney general"
he said "has done more to render the
Sherman anti trust law ineffective
than any other thing. The Sherman
HUERTA 70 TALK TO
1ROOPS B Y WIRELESS
BERLIN Germany Jan. 17. A German wire)ess (etagraplL company today ob-
" tained a contract for the erection of a wireless station in Mexico City to
enable provisional president Huerta. to maintain cotntnunuation with the col-
urang of federal troops operating against the rebels in varfotu parts of the country.
Gen. Huerta finds it necessary to use wireless telegraphy aa tne ordinary telegraph
wlrsfi re frequently cut.
The new station in the federal capital is to have only half the sending range
usuaHy provided for and this is taken here as an indication that Gen. Hnerta is
prsparing for fighting in the neighborhood of-the federal capital.'
Free Tickets to El Paso Theater.
READ THE HERALD'S CLASSIFIED CQLUMNS
" Somewhere in the classified appears the name of some Herald reader
who will be given an order for two of the best seats in the El Paso Theater
for Saturday matinee Jan. 17th by The HeraH to see ''The Shepherd of the
HiDs" 'f the person mentioned will call at The Herald bus'ne9s office and
with Edward Roberts. Roberts left him
at Wood's hotel and went to bis own
home where he found Miss Wood in a
state of hjsteria. She had found the
note from her uncle saying that he had
decided to kill himself as he had lost
his money and his friends had de-
Roberts and Miss Wood hastened to
the hotel and burst in on Wood.
Roberts and Miss Wood upbraided him
for what the woman tanned a "ghastly
joke" Suddenly she took the revolver
from a bureau drawer and shot herself
through the heart
Wood leaped across his niece's body
snatched up the weapon and shot him-
self throdgh the heart Both died
within a few minutes.
becaust some" & VS2& '
I Pned to regard it with indifference
: or hostility.
"The merger of the "'irtrnirMarti fust
1 and Iron osmssBy .asft" tgfr Tfntt5
scales Steel corporation 1B my opinion
would have been impossible had It not
oeen ror ute ract that president Roose-
velt advised the attorney general aot
to take action In the matter and no
other official could."
The amendment will be taken up
by the judiciary committee when it be-
gins the work of drafting anti trust
bills after president Wilson has de-
livered his trust message.
Senator Newlands chairman of tne
committee which will have charge of
the legislation in the upper house
said that the Democratic members of
hi3 committee would meet to consider
the proposed legislation soon after the
president had delivered his message.
SILVER CITY HAS
Santa Fe N. M. Jan. 17 A mil-
lion dollar incorporation has been
authorized to do business by the
State Corporation commission which
collected 100 fee for the privilege.
The company is The Arctic Refriger-
ating company with headquarters at
195 Texas street. Silver City Grant
county and Percy Wilson is statu-
tory agent. The paid up capital is
J2.000. The incorporators and aHrec-
tcrs are: George K. Coze. 1800
shares; H. O Young jr. and F. W.
Heckman. 100 shaxea urh nil rf
1 Santa Rita Grant county.
TRAIN BANDIT IS
CAUGHT POLICE SAY
Atlanta Ga. Jan. 17. A man who is
in jail here the police believe is the
bandit who last night terrorized passen-
gers on a southbound Western and
Atlantic passenger train near here and
robbed them of several hundred dol-
lars. The prisoner who was arrested
near the scene of the holdup gave
his name as John Jones and said he
lived in Atlanta. -The police however
say he is James Nolan of Des Moines
silvkr crrr cattxb
Santa Fe. N. XL. Jta. 17. Incorpora-
tion papent have heen filed by the
Glenn Lend and CstttJe company of Sil
ver City with H. . sfcGrath as statu
3S4JM9 shares the
paid up capital
vin Glean both
;uin. Tne 10-
Mrder and Cal-
J'esree Arts. each
with 996 shares.
H. J stcuratn.
Silver City with 10 shares. These' with
A T Smith of LosJAatgls and N. E.
Hawke of Tucson. Ariz. form the directorate.
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