The Corpus Christi Daily Herald (Corpus Christi, Tex.), Vol. 3, No. 41, Ed. 1, Tuesday, April 26, 1910 Page: 1 of 8
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CORPUS CHRIST!. TEXAS. TITHSDAY MOliNlNG APK1T 20 a010."
THE BERMUDAS ARE
t I'D rnDnifo rumen 4 irncTinir innvr-m tl
ii THEIR OWN
t id uunrua unman a tluliidll fnAKfltl (
on From Pelicans Brownies Lost to Rice
Eaters Rosebuds Victorious.
la a wry fair exhibition ot base-
ball at the Hall Park Inst nftornoon
Corpus lost to Laredo by a Bcoro of
to 1 The gumo was devoid of
feature. Not oneo during tho game
was n piny of exceptional ability
ninde The game was lost by Cor-
pus largely on noeount of poor play-
ing In rtkillty the score Hbonld
hnv.. teen 1 to 0 In favor of Laredo.
.. i irorn 00 the purt of the Poll-
ians Ut In tho four others.
Murphy pitched. Hvtdently ho
Murphy's Huum to bu tho Inability
throw tho ball ovor tho plate.
o ichb man n man uidk muir kudu
yesterday on account or .Murpnj-B
inability to tlirow strikes.
After takliiK one out of four In
HronHllle uud tho Lurodo nggro-
Katiou coming up with -a brilliant
nvord from tholr previous sanies
witli Reevlllu the contest yesterday
was awaited with considerably la-
tin hi by tho CorijuH fans. Nobody
exported CorpiiM to hnvo a walkover
In thv game yoBtordny but the Pell-
cnt.s put up a very' creditable light
Those who have had oxporlunco
in thing baHeball look for p differ-
ent result today with McDowell or
Trigg ip the box. Lnredo never did
i n I'ftfP i.rnfit lrtiitl fin frill Pull.
IU11 III 1111' ftllllll.' UAVUI'l 1 UUil W1V
InBt I'ellcuu was out. .that they did
nud gqt killed in tho attempt; Pu-
jndnti hit a high fly to loft whlcli
Shannon failed to annox; Ramos
Corpus Kagln struok out; Bill-
....a nuA 1... A 4
vh Ktii 1111 iirsi uj- uir ursi onscmnn
happening to hnvo his foot off tho
base at the critical moment; Shan-
non struck out: Addlngton got a
beautiful hit to the loft dump; Bur-
ton hit to third who retired Ellison
nt thnt suok.
I.nrodo Walkor How out to con-
tor; Hernandez hit to third nnd got
thrown out at the Initial sack; Shef-
field hit an easy ono to second who
easily threw htm out.
Corpus Mooro hit to seoond who
mimted tho ball; Mot dropped a lit-
tle one In front of tho catcher who
throw hlnj out nt nrst; Murphy flow
out to second: Moss got up nnd
lneod' out a two-snok hit which
brought Moore In; Pngln hit to third
uuu w'ns thrown out.
Laredo Campo put up n foul
which the catcher gathered In; Oon-
zaloa took ono on balls; Fallimcni
drew ono on four; Thomns got hit
nnd took ono; Pujada hit to third
who brew to home gutting Gonzales
out; Fallaucn camo In on this play:
I'ujadns played off Kccond too fnr
and Was thrown out on n quick play
fnim catcher to pitcher to second.
Corpus Ellison Hew out to sec-
ond; Shannon dribbled to third
and was thrown out; Addlngton hit
not have n good Hhow to win.
All In all. apart from certain ob-i to short who slammed him out1.
Joetlonnble foaturiw of tho gnmo III .Seven) li.
s afgood contest nnd thoso who Lnudo Ramos took ono on
ended wero duly npproolntlvo. anils; walker got on Mint by a rollor
'ho gntne by Innings. ( to second which was fumbled: ller-
I'lr.Ht. I nnndoz llow out to third nnd tho
larr'! Thomas cntno to the bat Milrd baseman touched Hnmoi nut;
iw..iir idly m throe of Murphy's Shedlold took ono on ballB; Onmpo
In a lengthy communication dat-
! od April 21. lDio. and which np-
1 poared In The Ilornld of tho follow-
1 lng mornlng. Mr. C. 13. Colomnn.
wnung ror tno folomnu Produce
Company after quoting tho various
prices ho paid for produce conclud-
ed his letter as follows:
"Tho writer of your nrticlo
is undoubtedly a good newspa-
per man. nnd If he will leavo
hlH desk Tor n fow days nnd go
into the business of trimming
llco-ontcm cabbage I think hu
will come to tho conclusion
that the farmers are getting ev-
ery cent coming to thorn on
Mr. Colemnu's communication
wns lu reply to nn nrtlole which np-
penred lu The Herald on April 21
lu which it wns shown thnt tho
truok formers In tho Corpus Chrlstl
Country received no adiMiuato re-
turns for tholr produce. The Hor-
ald'B article also ndvlsed tho farm-
ers to got togothor nnd demand n
fair roturn for their vegetables or
else (inlt truck altogether nnd plant
thulr laud lu cotton. Whether or
not "tho fnrmoro nro getting every
cent coming to them" ns Mr. Cole-
man claims we will give Mr. Cole-
man's own figures nnd somo other
figures ns well obtained from tho
Lower ltlo Ornndo Vnlloy nnd lot
tho f armors Judge for themselves:
Corpus Chrlstl April 18 '10.
Mr. A. W. Heed. Hox 47 Itouto
No. 1 City
ttcnr Sir: Hoferrlng to your
favor of April JClh: Wo nro
not handling nnd Hat green
henna now. Wo lire offering 90
cents per hundred pounds for
Arst-clnss gruon onbbngo nnd n
less figure If the stock Is not
up to grndo. We nro nlsn pny-
Ing a eonls per pound for cu-
cumbers nnd will jlo h6 nil tho
. coining week. WoSTcould hnndla
tho round groen and wax bonus
nt about 2 cunts per pound
horn. Yours truly
C. H. CO LK. MAN IMtODUCB
per C. 18 Columnn Prop.
P. S. We nr not purchas-
ing onions this wuok. C. 13. C.
Last Saturday Mr. S. A. Storey a
fartnor of tho Sunshine neighbor-
hood camo to Tho Herald office to
axpreMs his appreciation of the fight
Tho llorald is making in behalf of
the farmers or the Corpus Chrlstl
Country. Mr. Storey stied that ho
went to Mr. Coleman Saturdny mor-
ning and that all Mr. Coleman would
offer htm for Hrst-olass cucumbers
wns 1 12 cents per pound although
the week Mr. Coleman said he would
pay .1 cunts per pound according to
tils letter to Mr. Hoed did not end
until Saturday night.
"Whun Mr. Coleman offered mo
1-2 cents per pound for my cu-
cumbers." continued Mr. Storey
"lie nuked inu If I had a wagoulnad.
I told htm 'no; thnt I did not pro-
Poho to be caught lu town ngatn
wlTli a Ioai) of vegetables unless I
knew beforehand what they would
bring. 4intt that uiy cucumbers were
stjll In the patch.' I have boon
cMight a few times by bringing veg-
etables hore only to find there wns
uo market nnd it I have to give
them away after ! got hero in order
to get rid of thorn it Is cheaper for
mo to lot them remain lu tho field."
mnu u; i nmiirrrnii
Lodge's Courtesy to Percy DolKver and
Root In Debate Other News Notes.
Associated Proas lleport.
WASHINGTON. April 26. Sena-
tor Lodgo gave notice In tho Sonnlo
today thnt ho would not furthor
press tho resolution appropriating
ICfi.fOO for the extension ot tho
Senate's Iniiulrj Into tho high co.n
of living. Hu gavo as n roason for
this tho opposition of Uiv Dcmo
crntlc Senators. As n mnttor r.r
courtesy to Senator Percy of Missis-
sippi who wished to speak he asked
to have tho resolution taken up.
Dolllver and limit Debate.
Associated Pross Report.
WASHINGTON April 2B.A do-
bnlo between Senator Dolllvor in op-
position to and Senator limit In
Mr. Storey Is n practical farmer support or. the traffic ngreomont in
who enmo hero from Dallas County. ' the railroad bill occupied tho nt-
brlnglng with him splendid letters tentlnn of the Senato today. Sun-
of recommondntlon from bankers ntor Klklns made nn effort to so-
nud other hiiBlnuss men of Dallas. core nn agreement for n dual voto
Ho bought Home laud and rented ! on the bill 10 days hence but failed
moro nnd while he hns a very flno
orop of vegetables so ho claims yet
ho sees rio way that they will net
him anything hi tho Corpus .Christ!
market and ho feels too weak (V
tacklo the "combiuo" by shipping
as nn ludlvldunl. In fnct ho Duds
hlmsulf up against a hard p'roponl-
Hon and ho Fays tho only way
truck farming in the Corpus Christ!
Country can bo :iado a success Is
ror the runners to baud themselves
togothor and DKMANI) that tb
which thoy nro untitled. Ho thinks
Mr. IIuocVb idea of n market plage
In Corpus Christ I will bo a big stop
lu the right direction but ho says
unless something Is dou. that truck
farming hi tho Corpus Chrlstl Coun-
try will hHve to ho abandoned for
owing to the objection of Senntor
Ln Follctto claiming that tho Senate
had hardly had tltno lu consider
half of tho measure.
I'or Walsh' PhmIoii.
Associated Press Itcport.
Washington. April 25. nroro
acting on tho pardon petition the
nopnrlinent of Justice will Inquire
of John ll. Wnlah now serving a
term in tho LesUn worth- peultontl-
ary If the petition correctly repre
scnts his wishes. Oter 1 200 bIkiih-
turos nro nttnehod to the potltloM
which wns presented to i'rcsldeMt
Mai-elilnjc On llluellelj.
Assoelatoil Vimn Ueport.
WASHINGTON April 25. An ar-
my of 2000 men undor ono of Presi-
dent MadrU's best gonolnls Is ad-
vancing lu two columns on tho city
of niuefleldH Nlcnragua which Is
now In the hands or tho InsurgontH
according to reports received by tho
Stuto Department today.
tk.vas li:aui: j.mi:h.
At Hoiist'ou :
Houston -uVDiillns 2.
Waco 4; Tort Worth 11.
Galveston 0: Shrevetiort 'J
Tho market quotations from tho the furmorH now hnvo no say-so lu
Lower ltlo Grande Vnlloy nro con-'the mnttor nnd will starve to death
tslnod in the following' tok'Urnms ! raising truck under the prosont con-
um nnd iripieii tno stick in sirucK oul
li '';uhi : l'uJs.iiiH did likewise; Ha- Corpus LI niton hit to tho pitch- H of which wore uddruHSod to Tho dltinns.
m s Mime m and drove out a hit er and was thrown out; Mooro llow
out to renter: Mota reached nrai on
missed third strike; Murphy hit
ill z Hd likewise. Sheffield knocked an easy one to the pttohor uud was
a litfcii fly-to l.-ft field wh.eh Pound- 'hrown out.
..1. . r
stretched to two sacks;
dri i. ... balls: Hornau-
Oonanlee gm h htt and foaobod
' -. i of '.tio hnnda Hhidoh
and Walker sron-d in the mlxup:
Ci nipo drovi- nn easy mw to third
arl in-wr reached the Initial sack.
Corpus - Moss enmo up and was throw to short gottlng Kuilnncn out
Btnii k n:i; Pui;in drove an easy ono and short throw tho ball ovor llrst.
to the third antti and novor reachod
prot Klllott knockod n drihlot to
th !ici:iT nnd novor nw llrai.
Herald: j On April R "new cablmBO" In tho
San llonlto. Texas Apr. 10 1910.' Deuvnr market were ijiiotoil at M.00
aUbnge $S5 .00 a ton; boniiB ! pr too Ilia by tho Colorado-Texas
$3.00 a bushel: potato o $1.2R a Commlealon Company of thnt city
bushel. H. V. WATTS. J As fir back a February nocordlng
lrllwnslll.. TKa. April IS to Air. Colemnu's letter In The Her-
l10. -pibt.age quoted at J8.00 a i alii or April ho paid $27.00 per
At San Antonio:
San Antonio 13;
4- City 10.
How They .Stand.
Ban Antonio r00
Olcliihoma City ioo
fort Worth 400
the Aral sack; PWIanca dM like-; hundred potatoes at fl.50. onions I ton for cnbbago while on April IS
according to his lettor to Mr. flood
be wns paying 00 cents per 100 lbs.
for first clnss grcon cabbngu. That
at $1.00 uo beans hero.
9. C. Tl
l.ariilo -Gouznlcfl walked; Fnl-
Wiii;M did the Hiinif; Thomns got hit
In Hi- Tibs and took his bnao. Pal-
lanca tried to utonl homo but there
i .1.1.... i..Ih nu 1... n. t.lllal
a.i "Miniiin lli'iiiij an lit: Ul n mat.
in th attempt nhtle GoHzalea on
the same play got thrown out be-
t .:. M'liinrt nnd third; ThomaB
grr c ut at second on tho next lilt.
l"rji.is -Shannon tried to hit
lia I iui .ixildn't seem to connoct
and got thrown out nt first: Adding-
tn .iroxe a hut one to short and
iu fr saw first; IJurton tried Uiroo
tltis to hit tho ball but novor
tocin-d It oneo.
w'se: ThoinnB hit to pucond who j
PC IC 13 It.
.Mission. Texas April 18 1910
lotting Gonzales ronoh homo; Puja- Oiibbiigc 535. oo por ton bunns $2.no I tho farmers of this section need
daa Htnuk out. crnto. potatoos $2. on rrato. j Nomulhlug for their own protection
Corpus Asho struck out; Fnglu - A. KI3NDALL. I Is solf-ovldont.
llow out to right; Ulllson hit to tho ' "
pitcher nnd wns thrown out.
Lnrado Unmos tapped up a llttlo
tty to the pitcher: Walkor drew one
on four; flernauduz hit to aeeoad
who touched Walker out; second
threw to flrat and also got Hernnn-
Corpus Shannon struck out; Ad
dlngton sot a hit). Hurton put up ai
THE INSURGENTS iTHE BULLS SHOT
IS NOT SLEEPING J COTTON SMI
lafociated Press Hopnrt .dsoc4atod Proas Report.
N18W OftLBANS. April 2. That i NKW VOltIC April 2f.. Not
foul which wuB cnught: Moore lilt ! tho Nicaragua inaurgonts now havo I January brenlc has tho eol
to tho pitcher and was thrown out. I so vera 1 Improvised gunboats and ' u'u mnrkot exporluneed so nnioli ox-
Asho rf .
c . .
Alt It H
l.iri'do Hnmos hit nn easy ono Shannon If . . .
to the pltchor who toasod tho glob-j Addlngton 3b .
ule to nrst and got him out: Walker Uurton. 2b
drew one on balls; Hernandez took Moore lb ....
no on balls putting Wnlkor on boo-! Motz rr and c
ond where he wns thrown out by Murphy p ....
the pjtfhcr; Heninndoic mnnngod to Metz replace
-Vcnch third In. tho mlxup nnd wna onth.
cnugtu by n timely throw Trom soc- iahbdO
ond to 'the catcher; Sheffield had Tiomn8 oj
walked ln tho tnoantimo. Pujadas' 3b .
Corpus Mooro knocked a roul . Uamol 88
fly which was gathered In at third; ; Walker lb
AH It 11
I Hernandez cf . C
Metz hit a deep fly to center which
was also tucked awny: Murphy took shofficld. H
ono on onus; niona nn 10 miru ana j Campo rr
-.TOWIl Ulll UL nrni.
lnredo Campo got a scratch htt
to the left field and stole second;
GonzAles hit to short and wkH;
thrown out at first; Fall mica got-
Another scratch hit which scored
Campo Thomas hit to tho right.
ilctap; Fallanca trltd to steal homo'
II PO A 13
0 0 0 0
0 3 Ss 1
0 10 0
0 0 0 2
2 5 B 0
0 3 11
0 4 0 0
0 2 1 0
0 19 0
ln tho snv-
11 PO A B
12 0 1
0 2 3 0
10 3 1
0 13 0 1
0 10 0
0 1 0 0
13 0 0
1 0 12 0
! that tho planned to either sink or
i rapture the steamer Vouus. wna In-
clloinunt ua whim tho bulls tri-
umphed today. October Is selling
nt 12.04 a fiT-poInt rise nnd Mny
Is going nt 1-1.02. It is predicted
that tho bulls will oarry tho cant
or Oonoral SuHlmnu nt the prelimi-
nary hearing given Captain Hyland
nd Julius ICnhlinnn. mnntnr nnil
agent respectively or tho steamer i 'mB" Mt0 110 0RrIy nov croP 0v
Hyland and Kohlman nro chnrged r'08 Hayncs nnd llrown af
with violating tho neutrality nets
Gonzales c' ... 4
P.illnnca p ... i
Scoro by Innings:
Laredo 200 101 0105
llllo 100 030 0200
Corpus 009 016 0001
Irt?8 .000 110 0013
(Continued ou page S.)
NOT A NEGRO.
tor the Sully boom.
closed at top prices.
Associated Press Report.
NEW ORLEANS April 25. In a
decision handod down today tho
State Supremo Court hold that a
laruo part or tho legislation In Loul-
IN RIGHT EAR.
Wlieiy Thoy Play Today. "
Shroveport al Oulveston.
Dallnii nt Hounton.
Oklnhomn City at San Antopio.
Wnoo at Tort Worth.
AMUHKJA.V Li:.(;tJH (J A MICH.
Washington 2; Now York 5.
IJoUm ; Phllndejphla 4.
Cleveland 0; Chicago 2.
At St. UnilH!
8U Louis 0; Detroit C.
Associated Press Ruport
KANSAS CITY Mo. April 25.
Sister batllcd against sister in tho
Hyde trial ael")'. Margaret Swope
beliur tho iii liJi. v-ltnoaa ror tho
prosecution whlla Mrs.
ed the nttneks or her husbni?eBV'r
torneyB ngnlnst her youthrul WmV'V
Hyde wns charged with tho poison-
ing nt Margaret Swope. Tho prin-
cipal roaturo or MarKtirefs ovldunco
wns the charge that Hyde had on-
loied her rooms while the light
wore turnod orr nnd bad given her a
hypodermic without being nskod to
tualio such a ministration nnd while
Dr. Twymnn bail chargo or Imr caso
Tho arm has since been sore The
State contended thnt tho syringe
contained "piisu Keiins" whllo Hydo
olnlnu that It contained caajphorat-
Associated Press Repot t.
NEW! YORIC April 25 Jaw. Ste-
vonion head of tho Stevenson Con-
struction Company director of the
slana dlrectod toward tho separation Corn Exchange Hank and a member
or the races does not apply to octor-
oons and quadroons Tho court
holds that whoro tho Texas law
aays merely "negroes" it cannqt bo
niwlleiL'to octoroons or other per-
OHor mixed. blood.
of several clubs and fraternal soci
eties committed sulcldo today by
shooting hlniMflf In the right ear
whllo In bed. lie was worth hair a
million dollars. What eattsed ' his
net Is unknown.
How They Ktanil.
Detroit i 750
Now York 007
Philadelphia t C25
St. Louis 000
Clovaland . 414
Where They Piny Today.
Chicago at Clovoland.
Dotrolt at St. Louis
New York at Washington.
Philadelphia at Hoston.
NATION A I LI5AOUH OAMKH.
Cincinnati 3; St. Louts 8.
Game with Pittsburg post-
ponod because or wet grounds.
At New fork;
New York 3; Brooklyn 1.
Philadelphia 5; Ronton 5
Game called at the end or the
ninth Inning on aecount or
Associated Prefls Report.
NI3W OULKAN'fl April 25. Cold
weather througheiit the cotton bolt
caused ruturcs t open at an ad-
vAiico of 34 Holats on now crow
over Saturday's olotjo this morning
nnd 11 to 20.noHHrt .on old. A rush
of over Saturday buying caused
groat exelteinun and nrMrlhpr ad-
vance old crops j(oinirt 50 prtlnta'
over Saturday. Tie wW' or 27
scalpers taking profits caused a
slight reaction. It Is roporteii thai;
Ihoro Is hnrdly a counCy in the en-
tire bolt that hns not roportod dam-
ag to tho crops A strong under-
tone prevailed throughout the af-
ternoon tho cloflo being steady with
old crops 20 to 9 points up and
new 4C to G5 points above Satur-
day's close. Spots were steady and
3-1 C higher; middling II 3-16.
Associated Press Report.
KANSAS CITY April 25. Cattle
wore steady 10 10 cent higher to-
day. Cholc export steers $7801
$7.82 1-2; oows $3.5k$71S Hoffa
were 10' cents higher. Heavi
$3..-J0HM0. Sheep were .tedy.-
Ifow They Stand.
Pliiiadelphla . 867
Chicago . . ; 7
New York .... k (25
Cincinnati . (f 429
Iloston . 2
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