The Corpus Christi Daily Herald (Corpus Christi, Tex.), Vol. 3, No. 39, Ed. 1, Tuesday, April 12, 1910 Page: 1 of 8
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CORPUS CHUISTl. TEXAS TUJIAY MOHN'ING AHW.L 1010.
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UP IN JiREAT SHAPE.
And Showed the Buffaloes Something
They Were Not Looking For. j
Special to The Herald j
VICTORIA. Texas. April 11. i
For eight Innings the Rosebud and
the Hronchos battled today without
a r n being made on either sldo. In
the ulnih with two men out the
TJronoiioy got ono mno ;oroe the
prate In tho following maimer:
YmiU reached first on a single; Gil-
bee drew a bn4 on balls udVnnelng
'n'. to second and Sluvlit hit for
tw basts. hritiKtnt? Ynnu homo.
Ho'h it-am pla.'fd u fast and error
THE RAILROAD BILL
IS NOW UP IN SENATE.
Senator Heyburn's Amendment Cheating
Court of Consideration WaLost
'Associated Prea lleoort.
WAS I H NQTON April 11 Senat-
or Elklna moved to take up tho Ad-
niluUtratlon railroad bill In the Sen-
ato today and tho motion prevailed.
P4hlH measure will be kept before
.the Senate constantly until disposed
Tof. It will b read section by aec-
iHt MACK ME'
Auaoclated Prew Roport.
LOUISVILLE Ky.. April 11..
Norman Mack chairman of the
Swmocratlc National Committee
ift Louisville this afternoon for
Burtalo via Cincinnati. Mack had
a conference during the day with
Henry Watterson editor of tho
Courier-Journal at which tho Bener-
al pollUoal situation was discussed.
Hith gentlemen declined to make
afly dellnlto statement for publlca-
s tlon but ware optimistic over the
irospects for Democracy.
He Often Ovo-pluy H.
Dr. Hankln'a "neutral posi-
tion" Is anythliiB to beat Col-
quitt. Corpus Chrlstl Herald.
Dr. Rankin Is In a fafr position
lo overplay his hand if ho Is not
careful. Denleon Herald.
soclated Press Report
i'EW ORLEANS April 11.- Spot
ton was steady and unchanged
4ay: middling 14 o-s. Futures
ened Bteady and unchanged to IB
lnts down. Reports of rains In
ie northern central and wostern
salens of the cotton belt brought
ut selling orders In volume and
rices fell 6 to 11 points. At noon
lie market was dull but steady and
ps -were down 1 5 to 17 points.
f.tne positions of new crops
jjao 13 points d(vn. The af-
ras roatureiess mo urnrKni
ady at a net decline of Q
i Pre Report.
CITY April 11 Cattle
to 16 cents lower today.
lc i4r $7.50 9 $8.60; louth-
cows $3 00 C 15.50. Hogs were
tfl l-f '.Bents lower. Heavies $10.
tJf. 'Sheep were 10 cents
less unnjtf. tl- feature boln tho
pitching by A Men who nllwod only
throe uttorod hits ono being
two-brBl?r by Dnrlio. Vletprln 1
(our pitchers Adama. Sellultin Mort-
nhnn and Lohuian the combined
hits numbering six. Sohan caught i
f. i lit llron.-ho and Adnta for the
It H U
Rosebuds :t 0
lrr.-ha- 1 t o
tlon and wiiwf th do'bajo lulls pend-
ing amendri'tat;i.ech section will
he voted on iJTJw. prst .vote was tak-
en on Sonatorfleyburn'H amend-
ment creating 5 court for the con-
sideration of question srowlns out
of tl'e disposal of public lands. Tho
provisions were voted down by a
vote of 27 to 34.
A CLOSUI) SKl'HKT.
Associated' Press "Report.
POUT MAURIC.O Italy
April' 1 l.--Olfford Vlnchot for-
nier chief foroster of tho Unit-
od States was closeted with
Col. Roosovolt today. The con-
ferenco remains a closed se-
cret. They will hold a second
HI LIB SELF.
Associated ' Press Report.
PITTSRURO. Pa. April 11. -Dr.
Mark W. Blackburn a member of a
prominent and wealthy family'' Is
dying and Mrs. Violet Oetty who
spurned his alleged advances Is se-
verely wounded from the shots fired
by Hlcckburn In a rooming house
FOR MURDER OF ?
COL. W. F-SWOPE.
Assoolated Press Report. j
KANSAS CITY Mo April 11.
The trial of Dr. n. C. Hyde on. the
charge of murdering Col. Thomas
H. Swope' begau In the criminal
court today. Thirteen out of -47
temporary Jurors out of which tho
final 12 will be selected were se-
Was Heleiuted On knd.
Dr. Gllberto A. do la Fue&te the
Frenchman who was arrested oh a
charge of practicing medicine with-
out a license wilt have to await tho
next term of county court before be-
ing brought up for trial. The chavge
against Dr. Fueate were preferred
by parties living In Alice where the
Doctor had operated previous to
cotoU? to th'ls city It is said that
he did a thriving practice la Alle.
LOVE ) I
AU THEiE HK
MiiN (!' Tin: iiocit.
The Humid will print a erloB or
cartoons of local mon who huvo
been potential factors In gaining for
CorpviW Christ! Itu present prestlRo
us a (lulf motropolls. As president
of tho Corpus Chrtstl Commercial
Club It seems apropos to nominate
W. 0.. better known as Ullly"
Hlake for appearance. Mr. Make
Is proud of Corpus Chrlstl; hut to
oven thing Corpus Chrlstl Is proud
of "Hilly." and would like very
tjjuah to clalirt all his enerKy- How-
ever there Is'no -way 'of refutlliK tho
i SODN l BEGIN fORKi
An Army of 70000 Will Soon Be Among
the People Getting Information For
the Next U. S Census
WASHINGTON "April 1 1 .With
the break of day on next Friday the
ISth Instant a hot of 70000 In-
terrogators men and women white
and colored will be turned loose
in pursuit of the people of tho
United Slates On that day Uncle
Sam will begin the n'umboring or his
children In preparation lor the 13th
census. He estimates that ho has
n family Of about 90000000 men.
women and chlldron mid he already
has employed nnd will then put to
work a body of enumerators cnosld-
erably greater than the standing
Tho law provides that the enum-
eration shall begin on the IHth but
It Is not so peremptory about the
commencing time as about tho clos-
ing tlmo and already Intimations
have been rocelved that In some In
stances the work may be postponed
until Saturday. This Is due to the
fact that tho ISth falls on Friday
and among the 7000'0 name takers
there aro sonio who aro HUpol.J-
tlous oi? to this day of the yeek .
The enumeration wlll cover lhor
the forty-rtve Btattjfe jgd two Terri-
tories of the Unlo'inHper and also
Hawaii and Portoi'qllQ. Alaska
the Philippine IsIajtB and Guam
will pot be Included aircspeclal ar
rangements are made for numhrrj
lug the oeoplu of those dauAiBNi'
Uuder the statutes governing the
work the itlre enumeration must
be completed within a month and
in cities the work Is limited to fif-
teen days. It Is ex'petted that somo
of the returns from the cities will
be received as early as the first
week in June but the exact popu-
lation of the entire oountry will not
be determined before sometime In
September. Thif wasus officials
will however know wltfaJn a few
thousand of the nusalwr loof before
tntruvii i tin leihit. that he la out
of thartr "rtus-leiidors" and ho Is
IntiiroiSed In their building a new
Hlks home. Than loo Mr. lHnke
Is obliged lo tender rotuu of his tal-
ents tit the Interest of the Sldbury
Lumber Company of which he Is
preshli'tfl. and In the Interest of the
Corpus Chrlstl loo and Klectrlc Com-
pany of which he Is vice-president.
When tho deep water note Is
louche "Hilly" Is on the Job until
tho fliish. Tho more men of Mr.
Make's jcallber that Ckjks Cbrlatl
cMiiJuAfcreMt the sner it will bo-
como a great city.
1 ' vv
tho oloso of tho summer months.
They will be ablo to reach a sub-
stantially accurate conclusion by
their pay rolls but this will be
more or loss speculative and tho
figures will not be given out.
Director R. Dana Durand Is
counting upon a roll of not fowor
than 90000000 names. This es-
tlmatu Is based upon culculatloni
of his exports nnd makes allowance
or nn increase according to tho ten
dimcU'H shown in tho last three pre-
vious censuses. Between 1870 and
1SS0 thvMofTeasB l tho popula-
tion wasO. per cent.; between 1880
and ISaV 2G per cent.; between
liVCUitiif.VlOOO. 21 per cent. If
thoHpHso should continue at tho
there would be a falling
of the rate of gain to
t The Immigration tig-
tho past deeado have been
much greater Kowevor than for
any of tho previous ten-year per-
iods. Making allowance for this
augmentation from outside It Is cal-
culated that tho increase for tho
nnst ten years will be about 18 per
cent. and as In round numbers tho
flguro for 1900 was 70000000 It
U now calculated that there proves
to haYffbeon an addition of about
Much Interest Is felt as to tho
showing regarding tho purely na-
tive Increase The enumerations
between 1870 and 1900 show a
startling tendency flowards "race
'suicide." and It is Mr. Durand's
fond' hojHi that tlie reports of his
70.00(1 siiWrilinates may be able to
check thjs apparent decline Man
of figures that he is he das not
however permit his optlmJiB to
shade his facts and unUI the actual
returns show fcomethlng Wetter h
will hold to his ninety-million es-
timate (Continue! ea vf lf).
UNCLE JOE 1
OUT WARM PACKAGE.
Told Insurgents Tljcy Lacked Nerve to
Join Minority and Unseat Himf
Associated Proas Report.
WASHINGTON. April ll.-Spoak-or
Cannon's suggestion today thai
thn insurgents of the llouso lacked
aultlclent courage to join with thn
solid minority In oloctluj? his suc-
cessor and his prediction that tho
Uepubllennn would carry tho next
Congressional election were tho
vtrlklni; features of tho Homo ses-
sion today Those sltitemonla liy
HARRY THAW WAS
Never Authorized Lawyer to Spend Mon 1
cy On Women to Silence Them
Assoclatod Press Report.
NKW YORK. April 11 Harry K
.Thaw looking pale arid nerybus
took the witness stand today in tho
rial . nf .thil'uiiO lirntivlil liv Pllfflirit
luiactVliOtit Hgajhst Mm. Mary Thaw
ftor $l!t;o"w) for legal orvlce Thaw
Icnyv teAtlnionyln an Indistinct and
lllticonnT'Ct'ed tnanner Ho said that
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Associated Press Report.
HONHA.NJ Texs April 11
Air. J. K. Taylor was acci
dentally shot and killed by her
husband larly this morning.
Tho husband heard a noise In
the yard and kettlnn his
Springfield rlrte It was aeel-
.luninlW illHchuretMi by him.
the contents strlklnghis wffo
and causing Instant death.
Associated Press RUpor).
CHERRY III'. April 11. "All
hUvo 2 p. m Novn)her 14" Is the
Intent mesiagu brou'glit up from the
fatal St. Paul nrlnjModay with the
recovery of 31 Blare bodies which
have been entombed since November
13. The bodies were taken from
I the locker level 300 feet below the
f ground '
THE TRif MEN
MAY YET STRIKE.
Associated Press Repdrt.
NEW YORK April 1 L At a con-
ference today between the New York
Central Railroad ofHclals and the
trainmen and caductra the ofH-
clals were teld'tha 97 Pret of
tho men had ?eti tor a strike un
less coiwwioiis wjiriTmade. The
company antiac4tkat It jjafaulK
mltted a pnVpowil !.. ort l?
avoid tJte strike.- j
Brother Rankin p-mtiitu U
uhout "Om wUh .tB.ba.itrSrBW
Brother 'RoW U . hlBUM4fi (th
topiKt nil 0f ik tittw.-'-Hi'f m
Ttu-HwM. -" P n
th' Speaker were called forth lt
connection with hi comment oh tk'e
noor over mo acuoh or tuo ew-.
crate HHd lHnurxet In
back to roMferoMce the itrt allw-
tntt $sr0i) for the Spwtker'g auteio
together with allowanco fr tta
VIoe-l'reBldent'B autoinohlle. Speak-
er Cannon declared that the Jewish
tlon orlKlHnted In tho Sonato wllh-
out liU mijKetlon or approval
he had never authorized Hartrldgo
to-spend money ii waiwm In an f-
rort to sllenctthnntf' Up to DccWi-
her 1906 Thaw salil to had' paid .'
fr.7000 to Hartrldge-. "In October
MM)." said Thaw "I heard that
Hartrldge was gamblltiK with my
mmiuv unit that ho had tost $11000
at rouiHue.j .y
SHEEP MEN MAY 1
Associated Press Keport. '
GRAND JUNCTION Colo.. April
11 Threats of bloodshed If the
sheepmen of Utah attempt to cross
Into Colorado Vrtire made today at
a meeting of 700 cattlemen and
homesteaders of Park County north
of 'hVe..f The sheepmen have built
a stedl bridge aorww'the Rio (Jrsnde
and are nreparlng to drive their
8hep. Into the forbidden territory".
Associated Press Report.
NICHOLSON. Okla. April 11.
L. Campbell the postmaster here
'surrendered to the polite today hi a
result of tht killing of 6. 'c!!Ilead
last nlkht. Hiwsd Was slot at Camp-
bell's home daring a fight over
Campheirs refusl to let him aw
Mrs. Campbell who 'la Head's step-
PlTTaBURQ Pa. Aurll-Vl; f
u.u luinliAra wrii Atmlisi bf the ''''
arasJ ry today In lh. tratt' 'w f
bnt n ware ln4ittoitt vx?
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