San Antonio Express. (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 47, No. 357, Ed. 1 Sunday, December 22, 1912 Page: 1 of 71
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SIMPLEX and DUPLEX
iTTTl G E S T 0 C K
S A N A NTONIO iftBSSVCO.
ror.n blast, hailuoad. searchlight.
DASHBOAUD AMI MILL I.AMI'S IN STOCK.
F. W HEITMANN CO.
VOLUME XLVI1— NO. 357.
SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, SUNDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 22, 1912.—SEVENTY-TWO PAGES.
NEWS ANNOUNCED LAST NIGHT
HY PRESIDENT GRAEBNER AND
CHAIRMAN A. H. HALFF.
COMPLIMENTS FOR IFF
TODAY'S EXPRESS: 72 PAGES.
News Section: 48 pages.
Real Estate and Classified Sec-
tion: 12 pages.
Sport and Auto Section: 4 pages.
Woman's Section: 4 pages.
Comic Section: 4 pages.
LATEST PORTRAIT MRS. WOODROW WILSON,
HONOR GUEST AT "VICTORY" BREAKFAST
INDEX OF THE NEWS
San Antonio and vicinity: ^ttiin and
colder todiiyt Monday, fair.
Delay in Closing Deal Will Not Affect
Agreement on Part ot San Anto-
nians—Construction Work on
the Road Will Begin
With the close of yesterday came the
gratifying announcement from Charles
(;i'uel>ner, president of the Chamber of
Commerce, and A. h. Halff, chairman ot
the special committee having the propo
sition in charge, of the final completion
of the $50,000 bonus necessary to secure
the building n*f a line of railroad con-
necting San Antonio with Fredericksburg
The announcement came after a lone,
hard pull made at what is regarded as
the most inopportune season of the year
for the successful carrying out. of sue n
... undertaking. AH who last night were
apprised of the completion of the worlc
expressed heartv gratification and heaped
much praise on those Instrumental in
making it possible.
\ 11. l lain', the determined chairman
,r the special committee, was particularly
felicitous in expressing his satisfaction.
"Vc.m-ld, , it a remarkable showing m
view of the fact that we had so short a
tim„ in v.l.ich to do the work, but there
never was a question in our minds other
than that the bonus would t>e raised, t
lfi£lbUWw«^ so close to the holidays that
piftpio it* A piuhi*
The San Autonlo Express is the only
paper In Southwest Texas carrying the
full day and night wire service of the
Associated Press, everywhere recog-
nized us the greatest uew»-gatbering
organization in the world.
so often for
radc and again tlu-y had been called on
contributions that some of
them fell as though they could give no
nore Those are only instances of what
we had to deal with.
time FOH K1U01CING.
■1 am heartily glad that the bonus is
all ui> and I wain it heralded far and
near that the p-opl.- of this city have
made good their v vd to their business
friends al Fredericksburg. I believe it a
time foi congraiIllations and rejoicing.
"J understand then, will be no delay in
beginninp the actual construction of ttie
road that will connect us with a rich anil
fallow trade territory. The surveyors, 1
viol ice, are already at work- 1 also under-
stand there is no objection on the part
of the promoter and contractor because
of the time it took to complote the bonus.
The great bulk of it was up in less than
ten days after we began work. We are
more iban glad to make the announce-
ment that means so much to us as well
as to our relghbors, and 1 nm sure they
will join with us ifl expressing their
appreciation of the work we have douc."
In expressing himself over the outcome
of the undertaking to give Han Antonio
another rail connection, President Graeb-
"We arc all of us In a congratulatory
mood tonight, for we have consummated
a proposition that will ultimately mean
much to our tra.de relations In the shape
of new business. .The $50,(100 bonus was
completed this evening and we want
Fredericksburg and the rest of the State
to know it through the columns of Tho
Express. The work extended beyond the
time limit, It is true, but what remained
to be raised of Ihe bonus whs guaranteed
the night before the expiration of the
ten duys given us in which to do tho
work. This put us In the clear and pre-
vented the raising of any question as to
our compliance with our agreement. 1
am .sure everybody connected with tho
proposition will be satisfied and that
work on the now railroad will be prose-
cuted without a delay of a single day. it
1* well understood that surveys are now
under way and forces organized and
ready to begin the work of construction
Just as soon as the surveyors render
their report on the big hill.'
MR. HALFF ON JOB.
"Chairman llalff certainly remained
right on the job. He gave more time to
the raising of the bonus than he did to
his own business, and that, too, at a
time when everybody was exceptionally
busy. The excellent work he and his co-
workers did is more to be appreciated on
"The tlma wis a poor one for under-
taking such a work, as it was difficult!
tor business men to get away from their
establishments very long at a time. Thev
d d nobly under the circumstances and
all those who Joined with us are deserv-
ing or ih* thanks and gratitude of the
entire city, i want to tell you that I am
mighty pioud of my chairman for the
manner in which he carried the bonus
work to a successful conclusion "
*®''k,,of raising the J39.000 bonus
mas btygun December 2 and the time limit
nfihVPd,1th "ectmber 12, hut on the
night of December 11 at a meeting heM
V. ''onimesce, which was
attended by a large delegation from Fred-
Icksburg, it was guaranteed that the
amount would be raised. At that time
Th°Uth„%"<ofrfh,alKP" ,0 h" subscribed.
Th* bulk of the bonus was raised the
first five days Chairman Halff , commit-
tees worked. 1
1,100,000 EGGS DAY'S RECORD
Chicago Women Claim Victor) in Cru-
sade for Lower Prices.
CHU'AtiO, lie,-, ill—one million
l'OE 1—San Antonio makes good its pledge
of $.yi,000 for Fredericksburg railroad.
Battleships galule as Taft starts for
Bryan's "pull'' with Wilson remains
Federal attorney for Han Antonio dis-
trict quits service.
PAGE 2—Mexican government is not an-
noyed by note from President Taft.
PAGE 4—Wire company will put 1.(100,000
pounds of copper conductors in Texas.
PAGE 7—News of Austin.
Texas Textbook Board contracts for
books valued at $12,000,000.
PAGE 8—Texas cadets given commissions.
PAGE 9—Texas colony going to Washing-
Doings in San Antonio club circles.
PAGE 11—Former Mexican rebel asso-
ciated with Ornzco released on bond.
Knights of Columbus to give minstrel
PAGE 13—Weather and crop conditions in
PAGE 17—Charges against former Police
Captain Stevens will be heard Monday.
PAGE 28—President Allen of Texas
League picks umpires for 1913.
Record of leading golfers.
PAGE 26—San Antonio wholesale and live
PAGE 27—Stocks, bonds, cotton and grain,
SPORT AM) At TO SECTION—Bronchos
rosier In good shape for 11113.
Motorist tours here from Lake region.
Permanent organization of Sunday
School League proposed.
Luther McCarthy has had varied
eggs were sold today
under Ibe auspices of the Chicago (.'lean
Food League, Id Ihe campaign to break
the egg market. This If 400,000 more than
were sold yesterday. and concludes the
selling of eggs In the present campaign
to bring the price down. The managers
ef the sale claim victory and point to
Ihe fact that dealers throughout the city
have offered for sale guaranteed eggs at
Ihe league's price of 21 cents a dozen or
A f<w egg-selling stations will be
maintained permanently ill different parts
cf th" < ltj. || vaa announced tonight, as
monitors" to see Ibat the price of eggs |.
I «pt ifnwn. These, however, will net no
en Ink" lu Mippl.i eggs io as great uuuuti
Ml u ll Urn last twu day*.
F1 WEATHER PROMISED
Frost la Also a Probability Today.
Inclement Conditions Do Not
Deter Army of Shoppers.
Fair weather for today, and the. prob-
ability of frost, Is the forecast issued
from 'the local station of the United
Stales Weather Bureau yesterday. There
is also the probability that the tempera-
ture will rise today. Whether or not
this will be followed by rain, none of
the folk at the bureau were brave enough
Clear weather prevailed over a large
section of the country yesterday. The
elements were their worst in the North-
west, whore the mercury got down almost
to the zero mark, and snow helped to
make the conditions more disagreeable.
In the Atlantic States cloudy weather
San Antonio did not have the right sort
of weather yesterday for holiday shop-
ping The sun failed to break through
any rifts of a gray sky, and nasty little
showers fell now and then to add discom-
fort. However, the elements could not
discourage the army of shoppers who
were willing to brave almost any sort of
weather to make their purchasers.
Throughout the afternoon and last even-
ing ihe streets were alive with hu-
WELCOME AS TAR
ARKANSAS, BEARING PRESIDENT,
AND DELAWARE, AS CONVOY,
STEAM FROM KEY WEST.
1* 1 Til IK 1 SEC
NEBRASKAN'S VISIT WITH GOV- |
ERNOR PRODUCTIVE ONLY
Executive Expects to Establish Civil
Government in Bin Ditch Zone
Immediately if Conditions Will
Permit —Wants Goethals
as First Governor.
President-elect Makes It Plain That
Those Who Apply for Offices Will
Re l^ast Likely to Get Them.
for the Cabinet.
KEY WEST, Fla., Dee. 21—Wlth thej P1UNCETON, X. J.. Dec. 21-After a
guns of me United States battleship. ! day of lengthy conferences in Trenton,
Delaware and Arkansas roaring a wel-! «f wh'ch was with
come, President Taft and his party late ™",J' Kryan' President-elect Wood-
this afternoon boarded the latter vessel £7/, )^YnTrM,? t0(hl,! home
«b«1 set out for the Panama Canal Zone. her*' tlred *nd » "St.
It was shortly after 4 o'clock when the! So far as shedding light on the gossip
President, after making a short speech | as t0 Mr. Bryan's future relations with
here, boarded one of the launches of thei t1"1 Administration, the conference be-
Arkansns, together with Mrs. Taft and the) Uvep,> «"« two men today was productive
remainder of the presidential party, and; of noth.ng more than speculation. Mr.
was taken to Ihe naval fighter. A few j Wilson said very frankly that while he
minutes later both the Arkansas, with the la!l tall(ed about men for his Cabinet
presidential flag flying from a fighting
top, aud the Delaware, which will act as
Mrs. Woodrow Wilson and her daughters were the guests at a "victory" breakfast and reception at the Waldorf-Astoria,
Now York City,' yesterday.
Pilot of One Aeroplane Is Fatally In-
jured in a Crash at Villa Coub-
lay. Near Paris.
PAltlS, Dec. 21.—An aeroplane colli-
sion in midair today Imperiled the life
of the son of Theophlle del Casse, French
Mlnlst»r of Marine, and two aviators at
Young Del Passe was making a flight
as A passenger in an aeroplane piloted
by Georges Oollardeau, when another
machine aseendrd and the two aeroplanes
started maneuvering around the aero-
dome. The false movement of a lover
caused them to come violently Into col-
lision and the two wrecked machines
interlocked and crnshed to earth.
One of young Del Caste's legs was frac-
tured and Collardcau was bruised, while
Ihe pilot of the oilier aeroplane was in-
jured, probably fatally.
The collision occurred at u low alii
l nite<l States District Attorney Will
Quit Office Decem-
Specltl Telegram to The Express.
WACO, Tex., Dec. 21. — United Stales
District Attorney Charles A. Boynton of
of the Western District of Texas wired
ids resignation to Attorney General
He resigns because ot business matters
arising in connection with the law firm
of which, he is a member. His resigna-
tion will take effect with the close of
business December 31. Mr. Uoynton says
that C. C. Cresson, assistant at San An-
tonio, with the aid of Assistant tioen of
El Paso and his clerk, Roberts, will bo
aide to handle Ihe term of court con-
vening at San Antonio December 30.
Mr. Boynton received a reply tonight
from Attorney .'General Wickersharn re-
gretting the severance of his connection
with the Department of Justice, and that
lie had hoped he would serve out Ills
From a reliable source, it is ascertain-
ed that representations have been madu
to the department in Washington to the
effect 11.at Ml', iloylito'n will leave the
office of District Attorney in such shape
.it not to require ti e appointment ot a
successor before the inauguration . ol
President-elect Wilson, and mat the va-
cancy will be left tor Air, Wilsoh lu fill.
RESIGNATION IS A SURPRISE
Mr. Boynton Was in San Antonio Re-1
cently, But Said Nothing.
Mr. Hoyulou was In Sau Antonio sev
eral days ago in connection with mutters
ot Ihe district. He Hid not at that time
give any Intimation or his resignation ut
so early a day.
lie did say, however, that he hoped
shortly to again take up his private prac-
tice. Among the cases to eouie up 111 the
criminal calendar of the San Antonio Icrui
are I Io- "wireless" eases which have id-en!
previously continued, and several actloln
in connection with alleged violations i>.
Men of Atlantic Fleet Plan Present for
Helen Gould in Recognition of
Her Work for Service.
NEW YORK, Dec. 21. A unique wed-
diug gift for Miss Helen Gould, whose
engagement to Sinley J. Shepntd, re-
cently was announced, will come from
the more than 20.0(H) men of the war-
ships of the Atlantic fleet. It became
known today that Hear Admiral Oster-
liuus, in a letter which he wrote at the
request "f a number of chief petty of-
ficers and signed simply with his name
and not with his rank as a naval of-
ficer suggested lo Ihe men of the fleet
that they unite in a subscription for
the p11• -1-ii;ise of a gift which would con-
vey "their appreciation of what Miss
Gould ha- done fur the service." Tho
Hi,,!- 11r mi individual subscription_ was
placed at -•
cents. The officers of the
fleet are Io have an opportunity to Join
in a gift i., Miss Gould through tho tak-
ing of a separate subscription. No de-
cision as to the nature of the gift has
;l u t la-en reached, It is understood.
Ml w Gould has long been Interested in
the welfare of the enlisted men of the
n;nv. The fine clubhouse which stands
reai-'ilic Brooklyn navy yard entrance is
I, K;|, (•> them Mkewiso. she was one
III' i hose who made , possible similar
Htruotiiivs in Norfolk, Philadelphia, Man-
| iu and oilier pons.
Pleads Guilty by Mail,
Pays Fine Same Way;
Autoist "Gets" Judye
Her Property in Snain to Furnish Ihe
Funds to Reimburse State for
(ieneral's $28,000 Shortage.
a convoy, bad weighed anchor aud were
steaming slowly out of the harbor to the
waters of the Atlantic.
CHRISTMAS AT THE CANAL.
The presidential party will spend t.hree
days in the canal region. Including Christ-
mas. President Tuft plans to get. back
to Key West on December 29 aud two
days later to be in Washington. •
Investigations of conditions iu the canal
zone in order to determine whether the
time Is now opportune for the establish-
ment . of civil government there, • is the
announced purpose of the President's visit.
Mr. Taft announced that he expects to
issue the order establishing civil gov-
ernment immediately if he finds condi-
Col. George W. Goethals, builder of thtl
canal, Is considered to be the likely ap-
pointee as Governor of the canal region
if he will accept tho place. President
Taft, it is expected, will consult with him
on the present trip regarding the naming
of subordinate officers.
THROUGH THE EVERGLADES.
The President traveled for six hours
through ths fruit-bearing country of Flor-
ida, and part of the everglades. His train
then passed out over the open sea on the
oversea extension of the Florida East
Coast Railway. A special observation ear
liuil been atlached to the train at Miami
aud the President spent much time In it
watching the waters of the Atlantic ap-
parently slip back from under the wheels
of Ihe train.
A short lalk was made by President
Taft at Miami today, in addition to the
one here. In both addresses he asserted
that he thought' It Incumbent upon liiin
to establish civil government iu the Pan-
ama Canal region and not leave the task
lo President-elect Wilson, when the lat-
ter assumes office.
President Taft's cold, which troubled
him when ho left Washington, has dis-
Al.HANV, N. Y., Dec. 21.-Stanton
Sickles, son of Gen. Daniel E. Sickles of
New York, today promised to see that j ai)|,pared almost entirely, and the Taft
smile was much iu evidence.
tho State is relmbursetT for all fluids
unaccounted for by his father as chair-
man of Ihe New York Slate Monuments
Commission, totaling about $2S,000.
At the conclusion of a half-hour's con-
ference between Deputy Attorney Gen-
eral Kellogg and young Mr. Sickles. It
was announced that an agreement had
been reached for the postponement of
legal nrocoedinga on the part of the State
for I lie recovery of the money. Mr.
Slekii-; left with Mr. Kellogg a certified
draft as pari payment of tho money and
has promised to supply tle> balance as
toon as it can be sent here from Spain,
where it is said Mrs. Sickles holds con-
siderable property. .
Mr Sickles refused to discuss his visit I
hue tind Mr Keiloeg declined to say i
how much money bad been paid on the ;
-Mr Sickles told pie," said Mr. Kel- i
logs, "that his father had lost the money !
in'Wall :-livet. If '.he igieement entered j
into i fulfilled. It will bo unnecessiry \
for the Slate lo look (o any ot' the other j
nu mbers of the monuments commission
[,„■ .,i,y pa-1 of lie- money unaccounted I
for lij General Sickles."
Forges Check on a Dare,
Woman Is Sentenced
to 5 Years in Prison
EX-GOVERNORS TO FETE TAFT
Panama Government Names Commit-
tee to Attend President.
PANAMA. Dec. 21. The Panama gov-
ernment lias appointed three ex-presidents
of the republic, Frederico Boyd, Rodolfo
Clilui'l mid Carlos Mendosa, lis a com-
mittee to lake charge of tho eutertaiii-
meiit of President. Taft during his visit
The Istli id In n Tan.il Commission has in-
sued an order forbidding the photo-
graphing of Ihe fortification works. Non-,
residents «111 not he nilowed in the
vicinity of the fortifications
with Mr. Bryan, the name of the Ne»
brashan was not mentioned. As to iu-
ture conferences with Mr. Bryan, none
was arranged or talked'V, Mr. Wilson
said. While discussing tonight the sub-
ject of patronage, the President-elect
made it evident that those who expect to
get political appointments from him had
better not try to manifest their amo-
tion in person or apply directly to him
in any way.
"I have a sort of general principle,"
•lie said, "that those who apply for offices
will be the least likely to get them."
"Then a great number have been dis-
qualified already," he was asked. '
".Yes," was the smiling reply.
OFFICE SEEKER'S LETTER.
The question reminded the President-
. elect of a letter he had received from an
"One man -wrote me," related Mr. Wil-
son, "saying he was thinking of applvlng
and would like to know from me per-
sonally what was the best wa, to go
about it." v.-. \
"There was no reply," ho said, lit
added that lie, of course, expected to
take advice about patronage and woulu
be guided in a great many appointment*
by the recommendations ot members of
The summoning of Mr. Bryan to dis-
cuss active politics and the personnel ot
the Cabinet was, the President-elect In-
dicated, one of a series of steps which
he Is Liking to determine upon the fit-
ness of individuals for the Cabinet.
Ill view of Mr. Bryan's connection with
the drafting of the Democratic platform,
the conference concerned largely plana
for carrying out platform pledges.
The Governor was tasked If Mr. Bryan
teemed to he In favor of any precedent
In the order of legislation.
DISCUSSED THE PLATFORM.
"We went over the platform in a gen-
eral way," replied the Governor, "with
no special emphasis oil one plvnk more
Mr. Wilson was told tonight that. Mr.
Bryan had said just before his departurt
that lie planned to attend the inaugura-
tion: "If the weather ts fine."
"I hope he'll attend the Inauguration,
and I hope the weather will be fine,
too,' said Mr. Wilson approvingly.
Judge Robert S. Hudspeth. National
committeeman from New Jersey, an#
Edward E. Grosseup, Democratic State
chairman, conferred with tin Governor
about State business in the afternoon.
The long day of conferences ended a
week of the hardest work Mr. vviKin
had done since the campaign ended.
When he reached home ho showed a lit-
tle fatigue and looked forward t» resting
EUSTIS INAUGURAL CHAIRMAN
McCombs Selects a Manager of Cere-
monies of March 4 Next.
\^;\V YORK. Dec. 21.—William Corcoran
Eutds of Washington was today selected
chalrnsn of the inaugural commlttce
which will !mve charge of Woodrow Wil-
son's Inauguration, lie Is n brother of
ihe h.l" Senator Eustls of Louisiana. Hit
(election wn« iHinounetd by William F.
Met'oitihs, chairman or the Democratic
Chaii man Mi-Combs Him afternoon
Ti eel vert n lelejrnm from -Mr. Lilslis no
CHICAGO. Det. il Pleading guilty by
innil and paying Ihe fine for tho of-
fense by the same method, was an In-
novation which surprised Judge Hopkins
today when he opened his mall. This
note was among tho letters:
•Your Honor I plead guilty (o the
absence of tail light, owing to the fact
Hint connecting wires were loose without
my knowledge. I enclose specified | cfclWn,u.
amount, of fine. Most cordially, L. O. '
"Mr. Rowe's method Is unique in uiy ex-
perience," commented the judge, before
whom there were docketed 183 eases in-
volving violations of the vehicle ordinance
and for which the usual fine Is t2.
Senator Overman Under Knife.
WASHINGTON, D. C., Dee. 21. Lee S.
Overman, Junior Pniled Stales Senator
firm N' rlh Carolina, was operated upon
KANSAS CITY, Dec. 21.- Mrs. Mabel
Benson of Whitewater, Kan., was Hon-
tenced to five years in the penitentiary to-
day because she forged a ,<4."i check on
a dare offered by her slsler-ln-liiw.
•'I never refused to take a dare." she
told Ibe Judge.
"I dare you to serve five years in Ihe
penitentiary," snid the court. "I'm diving
you the limit." . ,
Mr- Benson's hnsband, Joseph, Is a
civil engineer. Sho has two small
tiih afternoon for appendicitis. -|'ho op
oration war entirely sueeessfnl. and his
phvsleian. Dr. William 'Tine Borden, to-
night said condition* wore entirely favor*-
cpipg the t-lMiruMUMlii* of tli« inaugural He. The Senator Mood the operation vtry
well, aud m renting easy tonight.
TOGA GOSSIP REACHES' BURGESS
San Antonian'g Friends Would Have
Him Oppose Culberson in 1916.
Staff Special I" The Kj|ire>«.
WASHINGTON, l>. ('.. I'ec. 21 Friends
of Rcpreaenlutive George I-'. Burgess have
brought him forward as a possible can-
didate for the I'nlted States Senate
against Seuator Culberson In 1918. The
mention In Texas papers of Governor Col-
quilt in connection with the seiiulorshlp
precipitated some gossip behind Ihe
Mi-nes here Senator Culberson has noth-
ing to say about this early talk. His
third term wlgch he Ii uow filling, will
expire March J, 11)17.
"A Savior Is Born." morning service; "Peace Come to Harth," even-
ing service. Travis Park Methodist Episcopal Church, Travis and Na-
varro Streets, Rev. D. Emory Hawk, pastor.
"A Christmas Sermon," morning service; "The Shepherd of the
Hills," evening service. Madison Square Presbyterian Church, Lexing-
ton Avenue and Camden Street, Rev. Frederick Bowen, pastor.
"The Message of Christmas," morning service; "The First Christmas
Anthem," evening service. Laurel Heights Methodist Church, Rev. Cul-
lom H. Booth, pastor.
"Glory of God," morning service; "Which Way?" evening service.
Central Christian Church, Main and San Pedro Avenues. The Rev. Mr.
Minges will have charge of the sermons. Rev. Hugh McLellan, pastor.
"No Room for Jesus," morning sen-ice; "Jesus the Savior," evening
service. Pegues Memorial Church, Victoria and South Hackberry Streets,
Rev. Judd B. Holt, pastor.
"The Supreme Motive in the Life of Jesus." morning service; "The
Fullness of Time,"-evening service. First Evangelical Church, Burnet and
Chestnut Streets, Rev. E. Garfield Johnson, pastor.
"The Incarnation," morning service; "A Royal Christmas Gift.'
morning servicc, Christmas morning. Church of the Nazarcnc, 923 Ave-
nue D, Rev. William E. Fisher, pastor.
"Proper Preparations for the Christmas Festival,' morning service;
"The Humiliation and Exaltation of Christ" evening service. Grace Eng-
lish Evangelical Lutheran Church, Avenue E. three blocks from the post-
office, Rev. J. C Felger, pastor.
"The Religion of Jesus," morning service. Unitarian Church. Odd
Fellows* Hall, Crockett Hotel building, Rev. George H. Badger, pa- -or.
"Christ and Personality," morning service. First Baptist C rch,
Fourth and Taylor Streets, Rev. S.J. Porter, pastor.
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