The Corpus Christi Daily Herald (Corpus Christi, Tex.), Vol. 3, No. 39, Ed. 1, Saturday, April 23, 1910 Page: 1 of 8
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CORPUS CIIRIST1 TEXAS. SATURDAY MORNING APRIL 23 1010.
A Iil Till JtfKWft
VOL 3 NO. 30.
CORPUS CHRISTI IS
Bermudas Rout Orange Growers While
Rice Eaters Defeat
ilrownsvllle Gj Corpus 8.
Knroito 9; Iloovlllu 3.
Victoria 2 s Ray City 1.
How Thoy Stand.
Played Won host
Where Thoy Piny Today.
Corpus at Brownsville.
Ueevllle at Larodo.
-Ray City at Vlrtorln.
S: '"1 to The Hero'rl .
UROWN8VILLE. Texas April 22.
- BrowuJvllle defeated Corpus for
the socond time today In n loosely
played game. Murphy went In the
( hox for thi Pelicans nnd wan UTX-
freely. Wntormnn who pttchod for
tho locals wuh nlsn bntlod ltbornlly.
hut ho mnnngod to hoep tho hits
Mattered. Aftor the dofont of tho
I'ollosnB by tho Tlrownlofl yoatordny
It was oxpuotod that some horolc of-
fortH would bo mado by Mnitngor
Mrph to rotrlovc the game for his
alde. but the result of the gamo went
it gainst him. Tho Pelicans outplay-
ed and outhlt tho Urownlos. but Uio
luck nomohow was on the other side.
r-u'n naln made most of the errora
rn. rnPi.n. ii ti.u umo makine uli
'i . ..!..... ii...
Zr y ofVh: n heaoU or one moments ICnaupp ot vie-
blcsu e the umpire called a l.slK torla did th. feature work of tho
hat scoril Dunn but returned and game by getting a home run and a
flnl hod the game Shannon adtwo-bg hit.
Far'n wore trnnK with the stick.
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Hrownevlllo 002001111 0 7 0
c -nus nonointtil 3 10 3
Nntt rlea- VniiTinsn snd Holl-
mim: Murphy and Mohh
ON THE CHARGE
Associated 1'rons Iteport
MOHILK. Ala.. April 22. Chnrg-
od with ootiHplracy to iietraim me
Government Jesse U and Danlol I'
Shrovo of San Antonio with live
olhor Shrovos and three other al
logod con3plrntors. were arrestod lo
day. It Is alleged that the men
withhold trom the Federal rereree
In bankruptcy ot tbu district the
iiBsots ot tho City Jowelry Company
of Montgomery. Tor purpose or
fraud. It Ib ullogotl that the mon4
under nrrest purchased a large quan-
tity of Jowolry. shipping a dummy 1
packnge valued at $20000 to Daniel
Hrevn R aton at Groenvllle. Tho
night nftor the package was receiv-
ed a flro destroyed the toro. the
bankruptcy proceedings following i
It is clnlmod that nomo of tho sup-
posedly destroyed goods wore lator
found nt Andalusia Ala.
WILL.GO TO THE
Asxrclated Press ltoport.
NEW YOKK. April 22. Albert
Woltcr was found guilty tonight :f
muroor ln tho firs dncvv tnr the
killing of Ruth "Wheeler a young
stenographer whom ho lured to his
Tho killing of the girl was
ie of tho moBt sensatloual crimes
t the hlBlory of tho city. The girl
wK stranuled and then burned to
lnrcthi Wins Again.
SneHnl to Tito Hurnld .
LAREDO T0JtH8. April 32. IJ-
foro n good slxod crowd of eat bust-
nitir (im thin afiornoon Laredo
took her seeind straight gnmo -from
Ooprlite. Aftor Hie orenvhelmlnic
dofont of the Orange Growers by tho
Uonnodns roatordny. local Iritoroat
r ; Z ..T Z . "
tho fan. did not nnko as mush noise
M yesterday. Tho gftmo wits 1.
l$gg9d n trtilo. nnd as a eonsoquonoe
nuU was-uiimrltl by brilliant play
Ing on ottltor altl. As uual the
Dorinudns Undod houvlly swotting
tho horgolildo sphjfff onelly in any
i dlrort Ion. McDonald for the Or-
Riigo nrovrers trlwl time snd ngnlu
to brsre up and turn the tide of the
contest. but to no sthII Tu Ilrr-
mudan simply oulclnsseNt the oppos-
It U K
Iimlo 10 I
llvlUe S T !
Dattprlos Uerimudfx snd Junr-
pi; McDonald Hiid SIstion.
Kite Hot its Defented llosohuil!.
Special to Tho Herald.
VICTORIA Texas. April 21. Tho
soeoml gamo of tho oponliiu serloa
was lost today by
Victoria to Uoy
City by a score of S to 1. Tho Itoso-
bds ontplal nnd oothlt tho lt.ee
Balers but whon tlio tlnnl summing
up came. It was found that tne ma-
lorltr of runs was on the opposlntt
The game was fast from start
to Hnlah and the nice ISntera. whtlo
m hinoitf ihiHan vrv nmclt.
nBM h.h ).r h.t. at an-
ii if in
Bay City tooojoooo & 8
Victoria 000101000 S a
Pttorloe llnhbe and Sweet. Dal-
le) ; Lohmnn and Adams Knnupp.
THE SENATE WAS
AHHorlatod Press ltoport.
WASHINGTON April 22. Ue-
ginning Its hcskIoii at 11 o'clock this
inorntllKi ln nn ontouBlemont ovor
jte question of a quorum tho San-
' nte adjourned Into this afternoon.
unable to muster suUlclsnt members
to continue business. The dtBCUB-
eion of the railroad bill's tmlllc
agreement provlslona wna contlnu-
BUT FEW BODIES
Akro'-IumhI Proas Kpnrt
UIHM1NGHAM. Ala. April 22.--
Slow progress was made today In
tho rocovory of the bodies from tho
Mulga mine owing to tho serlouB
oiwo-liiK wliloh wore encountered by
tho rescuers. The bodlos or 18
whltos and 15 nogroes have been
brought to tho surraco. In tho mlno
at -tho time or tho explosion thoro
were -13 mon.
Will Voto On Dill Tiicsilay.
Associated Press ltoport
r a otrf STflTHS:. Atiril 22. Aftor
donating on tho railroad bill all day
the Hou;s dellnltely declUod to take
tho final vote on tho bill next Tues
Itcgln Long Sentences.
Atwoclated Press Report
RICHMOND. Ya. April 22.- Ed-
j die Day and little Dick HarriB loft
horo today to begin 10 year terms
In the Atlanta prison for robbing
tho locsl postofflco of ISD.OOO.
THE BUSINESS MEN
OF DALLAS VISIT US.
They Came More Than a Hundred Strong
Met and Mingled Witb'the Business
Men of Corpus Christi and Went
Away Pleased With' Visit
THIS DAlilriS UOOSTHHJ5.
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1MB bGtltuil deop ehostod.
dr uyed ami strong ropro-
wor with us for n fow short
hours snd now tlioy hnvo roiio. I
Corpus Chrlstl wna refmshod )
by their prassuca. and tbu
town toeinsd InsplrtMl by con- !
f trast whsn thoy had dvpsrted. o'rn. niyiwlth ndroltiiiwn rollovvd
Many llins In past years !
Corpiis Chrlstl liss bom vltil 4
by dslsKMtloiiR roprosoutlug ouu
O part of tb land or snot her.
but It Is safe to say thnt none
ever made a more wholesome
ImproMlon upon tho pooplo of
this city than tlioso onorgotlr
i clean tlinbod exemplars of th o
spirit of tho N'ew Texas for
that Is what they virtually
The Incarnation of' the new
progressive spirit of the future
Tovaa. they aro tho plonoers.
or auvanco tjiMinl. or the gront
1 Z0Z o
wraat from Penney I vanla Its
len hold title of Hio Koyttono
corpus uiinsu win wiru-
ed in nioro ways uinn one uy
O the brlof slay wlthlu It bound
t men who hnv0 vh
.mportnn parts In making
Texas the gtate It now Is. Asso-
elation with them was as la-
vlgoratlng a. the hrontU o a
unrLniirii uair. iuiimis uiiiibii t-
would profit well by following Twos. n. Love former Btnt In-
t the lend of the North Toxns surance Coiniulaalouer told of how
At 3:30 o'clock yostorday nflor-
noon. tho splendid spoelal train or
nine Pullman uoitchoM. hotel and
buffet enrs llylug long atroftmorB
hearing tho wording: . "Dallas
rhnmber of Odnunarco." nrrlvotl in
C-rpus Chrlstl ovor tho Tox.Mex
f dm Laredo carrying lp Dallas
j tt probability a bettor omilp
m lrn WI1H ver utlld far n
niirpoao. and tho aggregating
)t transporlH can't bo beat. Grinfl
s Maxwell mannger of tho freight
u:raa dapartimmt of the DaU.aH
chamber or Cojiimerc". Is In olint$j4.tg woi.rfiij aocompllshmonts form
the train. Wm. Dohorty trainc. v'0ima 0f u0 ahools. Those
mfliuiKor; nnil Jphn Piirnognn. bu
peiintondoitt of tho St h. D. & A
the train when It wn turned ovy?
lo th railroad to oont'i ei the o'r
ney tlown through tho Lower IUa
Grande vBn-v. at r.:m n'elnck
length to itinerary of tho' Dslins
boosters Is US l tnlloa
. J. 1 Dab-
rock. aoeruUiry of th
Commerce is in chnrgo of the busl
: noes affnlra appertaining to the trip.
nolk's 10-ploco band ot Dullas
which nccompanlos tho "Booster
Spoelal." bold thp procession from
tho Union station to tho Corpus
Chrlstl Commercial Club where a
number or Corpus Christ! boostora
j did nn excollont turn In thovay A
welcoming tne live wires roinii
North. ' 4
President Ijlake oponed
i miHnn fnrmnlitliift with a fthorl.UUk
1 - - " - 'ju j
j nnd called upon K. 51. Caldwslrfor
tho oiniclal olwjino speech. vlr
Cald well's remarks wore to "Hi
nntnt nnd liroilL'hl forth at)tllft!lM
hut he let the Dallas men know tk?1
CorpuB Chrlstlnns were lor CnH
ChrlKtl Prat last and all the tlsV
In part ho said: "Wo know tist
ou men of Dallas have bullt?j
roat city. And wo should omulaw
our work to fill th (Jet-
4 pus Chrlstl Country with onterprif
J log citizens. In order to accomplish
what In' noeowmry." In conclusion
Mr. Ciildwull lntod thnt cotton wbh
tho product upon which this vtotittty
(lopondiuL "and told of Corpus Ghristl
"F J" . .. A 1 . . - .
M n deep iflitor port lie presented
J bo of
lpr lf onlmuroo lnfomtUlo re
gardlnir 'tho great opportunity otfor
d to IrtvoitorH In tho tourist hotel
wbloli lal tu bo built hero.
1.. Q Danials. proHtilont ot tho
vlsltlnR. Organisation was enllsd up
htmsolftlQ' hltrodnrlng (Ion M M.
Craiif . formor Attnmy nonfral of
r Orus told ihost present that
Dsllan ytooplo would not bo ho naif
th ni to coino to a seaport to loolt
for huslnosa and that Dallas roal-
the fuut thnt Corona Chrlwtt Is
a rmpldly developing oompmltor. Ho
plso ( tod that ho hail cvnsurod
now porsons for leaving Dallas hut
could hnnljy euudoinn thnt portion
which oniao tu Corpus Chriritl.
4Ta Joe 1 Ili-seli belongs tho medal
fo welding the bnud of goml fellow-
ship hslwoen the Chamber tff Com-
merce and tho local orgnulxMlou of
a like diameter. Mr. Illrsoh'a do-
)rtjufv from XttnunlltT. nnd opuntng
j his Uttlo talk with n goon not pun j
ord cntltiiilng the trend through-
mn Ui 'hi
m'icn ana repwiieu aiuuii;c
lllrsch told the Visitors Hint It would
eellem Idea for
takes In Con. C r.s.i I ay
and get rid of their co Hoc ln of U-
rod. dirt and abou 1 f o he
..arors later aoceptiHl the Invitn-
ileltgltlfnlly ho wns surprised nl tho
appearance ot this part ot Toxas. Ho
said that during IiIn term ln tho
Stale legislature many of his
friends from the lower const coun-
try bad told him groat things of
their part or tlio Stni. but thnt ho
had come to roallxe that he had
novor hoard a hair lie was appris-
ed or thp fnot only aftor soolng ibo
As fonturos of Iho oxpudlUon
there aro two nowHpnpora printed
on and circulated trom ho tniln.
Tho morning issue Is known as the
Dallns News Junior and the ovonlng
Issuo Is the Dallas TlmoH-Herald
Junior. A resume of each town vls-
Ited Is glvon and a goodly portion
nf information ronnrdliiK Dallas and
.unior publloatloiiM are multlgrnph-
od and nppoac In alzo. 8 1-2x12
InchoH four pages.
Tho personnel of tho Dalian boost-
ers Is composed of ropresoutntlvo
.Uuslnuas men of that city. Tho ond
In. vlow toy tholr offorta Is the rorm-
Irfg ora oldsur roluuanshlp between
Uuf' jwfrlOHS tnniiuraoturlng nnd
V? .t-. ............. f tn V'.irltl
- -p0XuM . metropolis nnd
throughout tho territory in
' All pf the visitors were proviso tu
thfilr?Pxpres8lons of pralso" for Cor-
pus Chrlstl and tho surrounding
cotnilrj. SiVji terms ns: 'I like
this own bettor ovory tlmo 1 see It;"
"thltf place is a hummer;" "I tell
j'oiiihis town Is a corner;" "those
peoplo havo got a great proposition
with that deop water;" "thtt cer-
tainly -will he a great place whon th
surrounding country Is settled and
"I HkjP'lho looks of all that's hero"
give h Idea 'of how thoy appreciate
Corpus ChrlBti'B prospects.
Welcomed At Kiugttvlllc.
SpoclM to The Horald.
KINGSVILLE Texas April 22.
'DallaH business pien 11 5 strong ar-
rived In Klngavlllo tonight at 7:30
BILLS OE LADING
Big Cotton Swindles
.liMoclatcd I'roRH llcport.
LIVKIU'OOU April US. Tho dis-
covery ot forced bills of lading ot
cotton purporting to bo shipped
from the United States. Involving
probably SO local llrnu lit tho cotton
market and In addition several con-
tinental bonne were affected many
of them having paid on alleged tnlso
hills of lading ot cotton worth (2.
fiOO.000 said to bo Involved In at
loged fraudulent deals. Tho affair
arfentod the nintkel only slightly
and no local failures nre anticipat-
ed. Tho linns Involved are arrang
ing to take joint notion and It Is uu
derstood that their representatives
are going to Alabama to Investigate
the susponelon of the cotton firm of
Knight. Yancoy & Company of De
Associated Pron ltoporl .
WASHINGTON April 22.
Tho following fovosnHt was is-
sued tonight by the United
Slates Weather llureau:
hkist and Wol Toxas. OI(ln
bnmn and Now Mexico I'alr
and wurmor Saturday and
Forucnst for CorpiiH Chrlsll
and vicinity. Snlurdny. April
U: Gonornlly fair; slightly i
r colder tonlghl; light lo moder-
ate northerly winds.
To in posture wind nnd pro- '
clpltatloo rcrordii for the I won-
ty-fonr hours eiidlnu 7 p. m .
Temporaturo minimum 7;
maximum. 77. Wind velocity n
7 p. in. 7 miles per hour from
tho north. Hlato of weather. !
cloudy. Itolatlvo humidity. 'Mi
per coiit. Proclidtatlon. .00.
llaromctrlcal reading at 7 p. j
in. roduijud to sea levol and
corroded for temperature
:to . 04 .
OF MARK TWAIN.
Asaoriiitad PrcBS Report
REDDING Conn. April 22. -Fu-'
noral services will ho held In the!
Old Urlck Church In New York CltyJ
tomoirow nftor which tho body of
tho nto Samuel 1 Clemens will ho j
ut ken lo ISlinira for luiormeiii. nun-
dreils of condolouco inessngiis wore
recolvo.1 hero today fropi al) jiarU
of tlio world and this vlllagn Ib in
deepost mourning. Mark Twain's
body wns lajd out In white llannels
tho clothes which he so loved and
wore all tho lator days of his llfo.
DINED IN PARIS.
Associated Press Report.
PARIS April 22.--Tho principal
event today In the entertainment of
Col. RoosovcU and party was the
visit to tho tomb of Napoleon whero
tho foimer President stood With
bowed head ezclirfralr.s "extraotdl-
nary" Tonight Col. and Mrs.
Hoosevolt and Kermlt were ihe
gHfctta or honor at 8 brU'lant state
dlnwor glvon by President and Mwe.
FalUere In the Itlly palace. Or
hundred nnd four covers were la)
Said to Have Been
iHVoMlK-ntlng lh AlalwtiiiH.
Ancocirttcd Pre Iteport.
UIKMINQHAM Als. April 22.-
A uutuher of legal repreMotitntlves
of KdkIIiU and Amorieii cotton
firms are ranking Investigations Into
tlio recent filing of a voluntary peti-
tion of bankruptcy by tho big cotton
firm of Knight Yancey . Company
of Decatur Ala. Among those rt-p-rcRAHtod
are Mlnoprlo. Morgan &
Company of Liverpool; Halter. Pat-
ton & Company or N'ew Orleans; tho
J. J. Williams Cotton Company of
l.lvoipool; WHHanm & Wilson of
(lalveston; Alexander Bcclon of Liv-
erpool; Pennnfathor A Compnny or
Urorpool: Worroll of Calves-
Associated Press iteport.
WASIIINIITON. April 22. While
crcim oxamlnlng Mr. Finney In tho
Dalllngct-iMnohot luvoHttgatlon to-
day. Attorney Urandels Intimated
that the Attorney Oonornl's HUinmn
ry for tho President although dated
suptutnliur 11 1000 was really writ-
j ten several mouths subHoitieut not-
j withstanding that Proaident Tnft'n
' letter of Soptombor 13 exonerating
Ualllngei'. was suppoved to be btmd
on '(. Some procrcss wns undo la
tho Inquiry today tho oommltteo uv-
idbntly desiring to rush mattors to a
conclusion. The committee will hold
a meeting tomorrow to vole on a
propiHiltlon to hold tho hearing to
;:G0V. HUGHES MAY
Asawlntod Press Report. ' 1
WASHINGTON. April 22.- In Ad-
ministration circles the heller up-
penis to be growing that Governor
Hughes or New York may yet be the
late Justice llruwor's succoasor to
tho Supremo Uonch. Roports today
aro to the effect that President Tuft
communicated verbally with Gover-
nor HughoH through Senator Root
and that a discouraging answer was
received. Governor Hughes' ap-
pointment will probably not bo
made until nftor tho elections In No-
vember. THE MARKETS.
Associated Proas Report.
NEW OKLEAN8 April 22 Fu-
tures opened quiet hut steady today
nt a not decline of 1 to 5 points on
poor cables. Prices revived on
frost reports from West Texas and
Oklahoma. Tho chief factor of the
market was the failure of an Ala-
bama spots house and uncertainty
na to where the losses would fall
Reports of dullness In LivurpWt51 vil
caused a drop or 8 lo 10 points the
market remaining ' dull during Ue
rcmalndar of the session. TJie olotf
was quiet but steady 8 to 10 pajnts
bolnw yesterday' close. Spots were
quiet and unchanged.
Associated Press Rsprt.'. ;
KANSAS CITY April 2?4 Caiue. ;J
were steady "today. Ukofcw steers" 'c.
S7S0S.3d; ee $.00 til. JR.
Hogs war tfflO fmts hiHr.
.Heavies 19.1 C'9Xfl Skf) were
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