The Corpus Christi Daily Herald (Corpus Christi, Tex.), Vol. 3, No. 31, Ed. 1, Thursday, April 14, 1910 Page: 1 of 12
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CORPl'S CHKIST1. TEXAS TUT
A Mi THE .NWS
HMlAY MUKiMMi Al'Hll. II.
HAVING WARM T
anaers Claims Disnoo is Mismanaging
i Prm Report.
- i I IS. ApHI 13 In rauatlc
ar jiT mctit Ui the methods of
Pr. .1. I ' t'ort'lnudt Field Blellop
n f A. i Club ef America. Al-
it t Lambert nreaidaut uf the
r ( i. ..i ?m uiiii declared to-1
!gh 'Kir tii. arrangements for
hb.ciig the elation meeting in
IN THE SADDLE.
! !) Kfiiiiif
-ii;to April l.i Y?;or-
k mi the Republican prln-
i.iKh pro.-. Hon anil a coti-
r. I 1 1.. i. i.f tho I'.-.t in . A lilrl. h lur-
:i Hirniift i f iiki nt the prtu-
I ! Thnrnii- it IT. rnoii and a .
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. ri-' """ ii "iii ni'ii im ifriu- j
i tui ien .t tin- i omlii f n-j
i t ..I i lei'ttuiiM. marked a ban-
4 ' . t
; .tin in honiir of the annl-
i rir:'N Ipffepmm Other;
ln tuiiiii'ietx were helfi!
rk unit Itrdanapolls. '
Hi- I'iuiIiicimI a S(iintttin.
--- t in il I'rewa Heport
v siiim;TO April lit Tubii
'&.. . . I . . it '.... r 1ik.-Ilr..ul.
t ! ti. ket. Injerted llitn
i Ui.v Im tii net a Heimii
tioi' ' ' ink-In lie rffred t the
I i -i i . i I'HKii' .mil Hn nrxanlzer ;
William Uandolpb Henrat. If tho
pariv would r okiiItc the Protest-
an i rltKlplen m th- I.enKtie.
Aso idled Preas Itport.
NEW HAVBN. Conn.. April IS.
ai..cd by metal door and barret!
windows six tlroinen (-might by it
back draft woru humeri to death to-
dav during the purtlnl tleetriiotlon
of the New Haven County jail. .Throo
othor firemen woro snvotl througn
the hcrolKtn oT their comrades. The
total loss to the Jn'l and chair fac-
tory In which the prisoners workod.
Is 17". ''
Associated Proas Itoport
NEW OllI-KANS. April 13
turos opened steady today at a dej
cllne of 1 to 3 points on lower ca.
....i v.-. uiuuii
IjJiU'S than expocmu. oumkuomv."
!-as displayed In Hie early trading. ;
marked hy a slight advance- but
there was a ronotlon caused hy dry '
weather reports prices dropping 8 .
nolnts under yesterday's oloe. Now j
cron selling wns checked by predict-
. ' ... . Trnu Tho1
od utiBeineu wciimoi "i .
traders belloved this .mennt rain.'
which is not wanted now in Texas j
r the soli is wet enough for plnnt-i
i. Dullness prevailed during tno
!der of the session the close
i'steady at a net decline of 1 to
r ...!.. 4.f4
lilts. Spots were uiiiih dicuu?
tied Press Ileport.
JSAS CITY. April 13. Cattle
rsteady to 5 cents higher today
fee steers I7.r.0ffr JS.'J6: cows
!' 3 T 7T. Hogs were 10 to 15
tUowor Heavies v.o'iu-
j?Bleep were stoady a 15 cents
America uf blu too groMi)' mis-
handled. ad tilted flatly that i
Louis dots not want the event unlets
better terms ore odered. Tbitt Blah-
op. by bit agreement with lite
Wright Brothers bit practically
barred foreign aviators from torn-
petlng Is the eteat. Is charged by
Ml'lttllilt AND SUICIIHt.
AcKoclatet! Preae Report .
MIAMI. Aril . April U
The dead body of Mm. Kdnn
Allen with her kull ruahod.
wan found today nt In r honn
here The woman hunbnti.t
'.'emitted Niirf wh n the
hndy was found Moth
MR. YOAKUM WILL COME'
Wire Senvf'iy Millar of tlti fom-
inmtlni flub Ttmt lit KvpitrlN to
Visit Cnv fhtisti WMIo In Tills
.((rotary Miller yeat-rday wlrwo
'-It I'. V Ydftkiin. wt( I traveling
l'h a pariv of railroad ortl.'lal tn
'In- Itmw i.xvlllc foitntr invltlnK
Im. lo iMit IIiIm iM f tloti liefore 4
"Tha'ik yoi ror your t el en rain 1
mom to lnlt forpiia Itefore leaving
! tint con not any definitely whee.
f "B. P. YOAKl'll."
l An In nilltc generally known the
Ut of Mr. Yoakum and the party
r railroad ouloiala to Huh couutry
hi the preeent mouient le In ooniine-
timi. aiaong othor thlttga. vitli the
oponlng or trnlUe oror the intunm-
flonnl bridge aj Browuvvtlle Aa
the trnUlc innuaRer or the frhtco
Syatotn Btatetl tfuine time prortoualy
travel over thla route will bo com-
tveiirud nhout the first of July.
Oflinr innKnni U'ltli .chtxli Ilia
raIlromlrs coacofn.B Ul01I1.
telvo are tlio dovelopntont of tlio
farmltig country the condition of
crops and the proapecta for hualnaae
during the ensuing year all of which
are potont factors In dotormlnlns
whether or not thoy will be justified
in spending more monoy In improve-
ments or extensions.
It Is probnblu Hint If .Mr. Ybnkttin
and IiIh party visit this city at all it
will be in tho next throe or four
days. It is hopod that thoy will ho
able to remain long enough to make
the trip nvur to tho Pass and look
at the Jetty work.
As was announced some time pre-
vlously tho tralllc manager or tho
Frlsao System of which Mr. Yoakjun
Is the rotil bond nnnnunnrul thnt tr
'" ! wore to put up tlrst class
"ci nccoiumoiiaiions no
would then be able to put Corpus
Chrlstl on tho list of tourist raort8(
touchwl hv the Frisco Unos. and to
ottm to the public tourist tickets to
" l ot generally known but I
Corpus Chrlstl Is the only summer
nu winter tourist resori-nt present
"" " nun
"cl "" " oeai 01 encourage-
mont to tno promotion or tno nig
tourist hotel project.
The opening of the International
bridge at Brownsville Is going to
have an important hearing upon
Corpus Chrlstl's position ns a tour-
1st resort. With the opening of tho
bridge a large portion of the great
volume of tourist travel going on
between the United States and Mex-
1 Ifo thnt now goes through Laredo
will be diverted over the Hrowiifc-
Ille Road as this route offers by
COL COOPBTC CASE.
Governor Patterson Immediately Issued
Pardon and His Action Has Created
Very Intense Feeling Throughout
Tennessee Case of Robin
Associated Proa Koport
N'ASUVILLR. Tean.. April 13
Tit Stale bupreme Court today al-
Nrmed the caae or Col Duncan B.
Cooper. convicted or murdering
I'Blted Utatw rtonator IS V ear-
mark on the street bore In Nmein-
ber I '.his und Mi-nton. od in yearn
In the p nlt titlMr While t'hlef
Justin- Heard wan reading lUv opln
I t . I it ei inn M l I'ltliiiriii! iHdiKil
:i f ill piinl. i ir i '.'I '"in. n i I
Prospects Too Bright to Be. Jeopardized
Jawing With the Nebrnakan
A tn ted rree Keport
A!lllt;TtN April I .! Prom-
inent Deiiiocriii lr (ienatorit ere loatn
to conum nt on the let it r of W I
Hryau read at the .lelf raoti baiitiuet
In New. York f Ity toulgbt and which ;
wan made publli mdny A number
of Democrat aald they did not agroo
with Mt Mryan on the money ijnee-
finu and that tliey thought thu
clmnnea or Democrney wore too i
At the fryMnl Ton'yMi.
lohneou and Ketchel nt the Ctye-
tnl tonight Twelve round of the
tuoal LhrlUlug prlao fight ever wlt-
neaeNl ahowtng Johnson's knockout
blow. Thla Id nn oxtrn at traction
eosltllg $200 for exclusive rights to
produce It hore Hut that's not nit.
tho rugulnr program will ho addod.
Strickon llllnri." "Khwupod Krom
Andarsonvlllo." "Conatruetlon or
Itnlloons." "Kroah Kill" ami "Oh'
What a Hoard." Illustrated song.
"Kalnbow." Owing to the extra at.
traction for tonight and tomorrow
the admission will he tn and 20
routs. Heglnnlng Monday. April is.
the Crystal will Introduce Us tlrst
high oJnss vaudeville novelty.
The Missionary fnhin
A called meeting of the Woman's
Wome Mtsslonary Society of the
Preebyterlan church wan held re-
cently nt thT church for the .purpose
of IiiHtruttrng the delegates lo Hie
Missionary Colon In regard to their
duties. The Missionary Union Is n
union or all tho Prushyterlan
churches in Southwest Texas and It
will be held at Heevllle from tho
Hi Hi to irisl. Inclusive or this
month. Mrs. W. H. Orlflln is presi-
dent of the losnl society and Mrs.
C. F. H. von ltluohor Is first vice-
president. Mrs. Henry Hedmond Is
far tho coolest and most agreeable
Many of the tourists who tako
this route will stop at this city for
a rot on tho long trip provided they
can secure accommodations such as
they desire. It Is the Intention or
the promoters of thu hotel projocw
to start construction on the hotel.
Just as poon after the opening ofthtt'
ItrliltdA tin ttnutaltiln
Ul I C? V" I'WOBMMV.
4 It Is not Improbable that Mr. You-
kum may be Interested In tho dovel- San Uonlto Is one or the largest ir
opment or the port facilities of this not tho largest shipper on the entire
lty In which case Corpus would f St. Louis Brownsville & Mexico Sys-
have a powerful ally to ite cause. i tern.
ca r ale eon IUtbia Copr con-
victed of tUe anmv ofTiue. wa
voreed nad a ntv trlul gmntod htm.
Oovernor HtUarMtt. la liU inmlon.
BtHte tlmi be (Idm not bolluvo ultlior
or i he iiefontlante guilty; itmt ttioy
did not bnre n fnlr ami Itnimrllnl j
trial und Uat lln-r wir' not oonvtri-
il under tbf law and tvldnco Tbc
u. tlmi of tb (ioM-rnor Itna rroated
ii.ieiiK. polltlial (Hellnti throtiKbout
brlaht to ho jeopardlxd now by tnlc-
Injt laaue with the thret- tttuea aland-
iin! Iiearei ir I n inoi rary. Meantor
M.hIc) nl IV x.i h umt Meualor Hlin-
iiii'iid of Noitli Cntollua declined to
talk on even band tbe Democrat
appear to le optltiiiatlc of aurceae tn
the comlnv f nnvreaalounl cum-
palnnd "What we wnnl now" mild
one Democratic Senator "la to
unit" the two farUuha of our party
to meet tho divlddtl enemy."
j I Mai h of Tims ('iirlleiil.
Aaaoclatod Pnws Itoport.
' OIIANM) ItAPIDS Mleb.. AprJI lit.
i Thomna Clarllnlil hrotliur of tlio
tnnrtyrod Prasitlont diod yosturdtty
i nt JniiiHHtown. Mlrh.. nt tlio ago of
OR yours. Ho wits u rusldunt or
SAN BENITO'S PROGRESS.
.Making n Itecoiil Ah ii Vegetable
Shipping Point- Heavy I'ri'lglil
ItecelptH Hurlng .Maichr.urge
Acreage In Cultivation. "" "
t Special to The Herald .
SAN IIHNITO Texas. April U.
8nn Honlto Is doing nn enormous
freight business. Freight receipts
at this station for tho month or
March were 112500. establishing u
now record ror this point. March
receipts were about fl00 more
limn those of February. A great
deal more truck In being shipped
this month than last and Indications
are that April business will be con-
siderably in excess of March. Cab-1
bage Is moving this week at tho rnto
of from two to seven cars dally. The
heaviest onion shipments will start
During Hie coming summer and
fall the orop from 5000 ncroa of cot-
ton and 1000 acres or broomcriru.
In addition to the 10:17.51! ncres or
truck now In and Hint which will
be plnntcd in the Hummer will bo
shipped. Also a larce part or tho
material ror J 150000 worth of
building to he done in the city or
'Ban Rcnlto machinery ftippllt-s and
material for the San Renlto Inter-
urban Railroad will be handled.
HARRY L. WILSON
IS SEEING THINGS.
Declares There Is A Plot In Mexico City
to Embarrass and Injure Him.
&wrtate4l I read llejwrt
Wj&iVO CITY. April 13 Harry
UiWirWtlgoB. the Artontt Atnltn-
atlor here. bPllerw that n uIoiThm
yet imloinltf bat to rtovolop In
time tn beramo knftwn nnrt ombiir-
rass lilw In tlio dtwlitirRo uf tlio dtt-
tlej of his oilJco. oxIbu in thin clly.
A l)AhlMS MiMumit. e
AftHoelBloil Prof Itoport.
DALIES. TftXfis. April U
Tbo iletut hndy of Mrs. Jtilin
Hull. M year old. va fottad
in an attaiuloned tlatern here
toitay Rhe Imtl lieeu nilaalag
lnre Trtday Then- hii a
1ee. gnmh In the back or lior
head. Indlratln (hat ahf hint e
bffti murdered Tlie tolte
are tnyntlflrd e
AMOctntcd Preiiti Keiiort
I.AWTON. ttkla. AHI I :i Tbe
I ml let mem waalnat Carroll t)alt.
fie Ue Aneli mtlllouali'e on a
charite of lonaplrncy to ilnfraud Hie j
(ioiernmi in out o i:i xhmIuii of
hind In NorttiMent Oklahoma were
dlmnlMed bore tndit) by AMUtaut
Cnlted MtHti-a Attorney S'.lmuiermau
HiiniUir action ha been taken In re-
gard to tin eh ll unite to recover the
SPENT NO MONEY.
Associated Press Ileport.
WASHINGTON April lit. John
A. Ponton secretary of the Mer-
chant Marine League of thu United
States was the chief witness at the
iilp subsidy Investigation today. He
declared the League had uovnr
j.vtit a cent on anyone In Washing-
ton fdr any purpose and character-
ized the grand Jury presentment
against him for libel as a comic op-
era Indictment. The remark was
withdrawn when Ponton was called
to account by Representative Stelor-
son. Ponton told thu House com-
mittee of a galaxy of public men
Including President Tnft who have
made speeches In behalf of tho
CLUH .MI5.MIHtHIHP (HlOWjLVO.
AHHlHtant Kerietftry Coo KiuTensful
In .Soliciting New .Members.
Under the direction of Secrctnry
Roy Miller. Mr. Webster T. Coe his
assistant has been on tho Job of sr I
Writing new members for tho Club-
and has been meeting with marked
success. The people of Corpus
Ch.lstl are becoming more und more
cognizant of the fact that the Com
merclal Club Is the one co-operative
factor In the upbuilding of Corpus
Chrlstl and are showing their ap-
preciation hy lending It their sup-
port. Following Is tho list of members
added within the last few days: W.
I). Telle W. Patrick F. O. Headley
H. Shoemaker L. Katz ChftB. E.
Maycox M. F. Kaplan Hoyce Ran-
kin O. S. V. Ro?.8. H. Wiesenthal
H M. Holden H. W. Randall W J.
Wellaud S. B. Ragsdale Robt. W.
Stayton. E. B. Kdtson R. C Phan-
steel and 0. J. Tscbledel.
Tlio ttfteutery of tko plot prow out
of n apuolnl ihcoIvimI hy HI Intjttirclnl
datoil Khw York roeoutiUtiK tlio puh-
llenUoti In tltnt city of a xoiipnttoiinl
story utiilor u Moxlon Clly tlntc of nn
ofrno which tlm AmltnuHndor Ih nl-
1'B'1 to linvo Kivt'ti the Mux I can poo-
pit In it apporh nt n reciu Imnijiiflt
In his linuor
Assorlated l'riwi ttojiort
VA!UNtrt'ON. April 13 Tlio
eunferonoe ai the Whtto IIoiiho to-
day devoloped to tlio ovlilont trnllit-
rartlon of Proaltlont Tall Hint 8itt
dei.Uy rapid heatlwHy In tlio proao
nitlonn Huatiiat tlu nllucud "Stipir
Truef for rustonni IrntKlB. Hint
there In little llltellhoud of COttgreft-
Aaaorlitted Tread Report
NICW" ORLISANS. April' t
lioi btater. N. Y.. waa MiBalod us tha
next place of mooting by Hie Shrill-
em They will hold a Nnttnnnl ron-
rlave there on laly 12 lull. Froo
laud Kendrlck. potentate or the Lu-
lu Temple or Philadelphia. WrtH
elected Imperial Outer (iuard. the
only eloctlre olllce in the order.
Associated Press Report-
SGirANTO.V Pa. April HI. The
Delaware Liiokawaua & Western
Railroad Company today announced
a li per cent Increase In tho wnges
of ail the umployeua In the transpor-
tation department numbering 0500
Fifteen hundred switchmen woro
given un Increase or three cents an
hour. Trainmen conductors engin-
eers and llremen nre not Included
aa thoy have proHented wnge de-
mands that are now under advise-
ment. WHATHKK FOHKOAKT.
Arroclated Presg Report.
WASHINGTON April 13.
Thu following forecast was Is-
Mticd tonight by the United
States Weather Bureau:
Knst Texas and Oklahoma
Showers Thursday and coolor;
West Toxas Fair in tho
west showers and cooler In tho
north and east Thursday; Fri-
New Mexico Fair Thursday
Ktreccr .Scliediilo AHected.
Owing to a break down at tbe
power house last night the atreet
cars did not run up to the schedule
limit of 1 1 o'clock It has heon tha
Intention of Manager Headley of the
street raflwuy to run the cars early
enough for people to catch the early
morning trains hut on account. ofrj
lark of power he Is unable1 te do
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