The Daily Express. (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 42, No. 304, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 31, 1907 Page: 1 of 14
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VOLUME XLII.--NO. 304.
SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 31, 1907.—FOURTEEN PAGES.
E. F. QADDIS, President.
A. 6. GAGF, Vies Pres.
J. MUIR JR., B. L. NAYLOR, Vice Pres.
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DEAD BODY NEAR RAILROAD.
Corpse of Man Found By the Sunset
Tracks in Guadalupe County,
Special Telegram to Th£ Express.
LULING, Tex.. Oct. SO.—A dead man
was found on the north side of the
Sunset railroad track about 600 yards
west of the San Marcos River bridge
Persons wfvo saw the man say he was
about 60 years old, light gray hair and
mustache, and wed I dressed. He wore a
white hat, gray shirt and new shoes.
, One leg was broken and the body and
V head bruised. The body was stiff, Indi-
cating that the man had been dead a
number of hour*.
The man waa a stranger in that neigh-
borhood. The Guadalupe County author-
ities were notified.
NEW MANNER OF THEFT.
Two Men Charged With Plucking
Plumes From Living Ostriches.
Special Telegram to The Express.
DALLAS, Tex., Oct. »).—One of the
most peculiar burglary cases that Dallas
police have had anything to do with
In some time was brought to light early
this morning, when a patrolman arrested
two white men and lodged them In jail
on a charge of burglary.
The charges against these two per
sons grew out of the fact that they en-
tered the ostrich tent at the fair grounds
and pulled about fifty feather* out of six
of the twelve ostriches which are on
exhibition at this place. The men Were
arrested after a long chase,
The plumes were valued at $100.
Crew Seizes Russian Torpedo Boat
Destroyer Skory and Opeis
Fire on Vladivostok.
ALMOST SUNK IN
Mutineers Overwhelmed by Three Other
Boats and Fort Ashore Bat Not Be-
fore They Had Done Great Damage.
Excited to Outbreak by Agitators.
VLADIVOSTOK, Oct. 30.—An oxritlnn
little navjil battle took place in this
harbor toda^' between the mutinous crcw
of a Rushlan torpedo-boat destroyer and
their loyal comrades. The mutineers were
finally subdued, but not before a number
of men had been killed or wounded.
The mutinous boat is the Skory, and
she gave fight to the jjunboat Mandsehur,
the destroyers GarsWvox, Smely and Ser-
ditz, and tins garrison of one of the
harbor torts, manned by the Twelfth
Regiment of Artillery. The Skory soon
was overwhelmed and she had to be
beached to save her from sinking. This
was not accomplished, however, before
her guns had done considerable damage,
and several officers and men- of the o^her
ships had been killed or wounded.
The crew of the Skory were Incited by
agitators, including some Jews, who had
managed to get on board, and took charge
of the destroyers. She steamed out into
the harbor with the red flag flying, and
at once ooened fire on the town.
Among the killed are Captain Kuvatoh,
commander of the torpedo-bout Ravy, and
Lieutenant Stoer, commander of the
Skory. Lieutenant Vassilief. command-
ing the Serditz, was wounded. Several
people in Vladivostok were killed by shells
from the Skory.
The town has been declared in a stat *
Latter Party Will Be in the Majority
ST. PETERSBURG, Oct. 30.—'The first
set of the final elections of members of
the third Russian Parliament from St.
Petersburg has been completed by the
choice of more Octoberists from Tambov.
The 330 members chosen are divided as
follows: Conservatives, 159; Octoberists
and Moderates, 101; Constitutional Demo-
crats, 41, and Radicals ?9.
The election in St. Petersburg:, Moscow
and other big cities will take place tn-
uay; in Poland they will occur Oct. 31,
and in other Provinces on Nov. 1.
The electoral campaign practically wiil
be finished at the end of the week. The
results of the later elections are con-
ceded to be much more favorable to the
Constitutional Democrats and other op-
position parties, but not enough to alter
fundamentally the conservative nature of
the third Parliament.
THEFT REVEALIED IN DREAM.
Substitutes for Relics Placed in the
ST. PETERSBURG, Oct. 30,-Thn re-
markable substitution of certain historic
relics of considerable intrinsic value to
the Hermitage Museum in this city has
been revealed, according to a current
story, by means of u dream, and the ma'-
ter lias attracted much attention from
the superstltltious lower classes of the
capital. A subscriber to the Russkoe
Zcnamya wrote a letter to the paper
saying that for three niphts In succession
he was visited by a "phantom" ol' the
early custodian of the treasures, who
complained of the disappearance of some
oi the relics. The treasures consist of a
collection of gold medals struck off by
the various Emperors of Russia in mem-
ory of meal historical cvent3, as well as
a number of antique golden coins found
during excavation work in Southern Rus-
The "phantom" complained that these
had been replac ed by copper replicas and
it declared further, according to the
writer in the Russkoe Zenamya, that a
number of the diamonds belonging to the
crown regalia stored in the Hermitage
Museum and valued at Jlfl.000,000 had been
replaced l)y glass Imitations
The publication of this dream was fol-
lowed it once bv semi-official denials,
but it was admitted that the medaU. and
coins had been substituted because of the
danger of their being can-ied awav dur-
ing some extreme revolutionary disor-
ders. The originals, it is Jeclareri, are
stored in safety.
MISSING GIRL RETURNS.
Barabara Laponkhin Comes Back as
Mysteriously as She Disappeared.
LONDON, Oct. 30.—Barbara Laponkhin,
daughter of ex-Governor Laponkhin of
Reval, Russia, who mysteriously disap-
peared after leaving the Aldwych Theater
hero Oct. 24, returned today to her
friends voluntarily and as mysteriously
a* she disappeared.
Her father, who reached London this
morning from St. Petersburg, went at
once to the house where his daughter had
been staying and the whole family im-
mediately went away, without leaving
FOOTBALL, PmZE FIGHTING.
So Declares Illinois Attorney and He
Asks an Injunction.
KANKAKEE, III., Oct. 30. -Charging
that football is prizefighting. Attorney
S. R. Moore today filed a bill in the
Circuit Court Cor au Injunction restrain-
ing high school students from playing the
The CRM will probably be heard neat
BI HIGH WIND
Early Morning Storm Causes One
Deatb, Several Injuries and Prop-
erty Damage of $159,900,
SEA WALL KEEPS GW,F
AWAY FROM THE CITY
Disturbance, Cyclonic in Nature, Reaches
Velocity of Seventy-two Miles an
flour, DemolishingJChief ly, Houses
in Coarse of Elevation.
Special Telegram to The Express.
(lAI.VMI'tlS, 'lex., Oct. an—ualvestnn
was visited by a severe rain and elec-
trical storm this morning at 1«':30 o'clock
and damage to the extent ot about
One woman, -V.rs, Elisabeth Naudasher,
was killed. A score or more of people
were injured, but none fatally and few
seriously. That thern were no more
casualties seemed a miracle, lor thirty
or forty houses were almost totally
The disturbance was cyclonic. In Its
nature, blowing first from the lOut.l,
then trom the west and then from tho
r.ortn1. A maximum velocity ot me wind
of 73 miles mi hour was attained for
aoout three minutes. This was trom tho
While the storm was the same in na-
ture as the >-,rdina»-y Texas • yclone, It
v.'ould nave caused more apprehension,
no doubt, ex ■ "> 'or "in seawall, which
served to keep the -water trom the gult
away trom tuc ci**.
The ettect of tile wind was felt par-
ticularly In the area in wtilcli the
houses have oeen taised lor tho tilling
that is being pumped upon the city, in
the residential areas, where the filling
has already been placed, tnere was prac-
tically no damage. The houses that ha/J
been raised from tour to fifteen feet
from the tormer level and stood inse-
curely upon tneir foundations awaiting
tn© tilling were easily blown over, and
these constituted uie principal loss.
The storm was accompanied, by 4.1S
inches or ralntatl.
The Galveston people will provide for
those made destitute by tho storm and
Mayor 1 glides renounces that outside
assistance win not be accepted.
Some Effects of Storm.
Two hundred feet of the Mallory shed
was blown off and taken to the "Strand.
Probably many thousands of dollars
damage was done to freight by water.
There was no gulf uor bay water on the
The Cottages on Twenty-ninth Street
were destroyed, the loss being $2000.
Two section of iron railing about 300
leet long on the seawall were knocked
down, but the riveting ill the seawall re-
Several houses were blown off their
The old Bryan Hardware Company
was destroyed; $3800 damage.
Electric and Schutes Park were badly
damages. The west end of the figure
eight and Hale's tourist car were blown
across the seawall in front of the Break-
ers batli house; damage many thou-
Some object was blown against an Iron
awning at Twenty-third and Strand. The
awning was broken and one end driven
fast into a two-iuoh plank sidewalk.
The electric cars could not run until 11
o'clock; damage not estimated.
Strand street, between Twenty-third
and Twenty-fourlh, Is roped off. as much
debris accumulated and considerable
damage was done In that neighborhood.
This Is where the Galveston Dry Qoods
Company is located; damage not esti-
The I'abst Building was damaged to tho
extent of $300.
The tug C. H. Moore, belonging to the
Galveston Towing Company was in the
grade raising canal at Twenty-second
Street. Her nose was blown up on dry
land and she was pulled off today by the
The telephone system Is practically out
of business with no outside wires at all
and much damage is reported. Probably
1500 or more telephones are in capaci-
Scores of loaded box cars were blown
off the tracks, tearing up the right of
way badly. In one instance a south
track Is curved so it. touches the north
Injuries to a Family.
But few reports have come In from
clown the Island. A merry-go-round at
Twenty-fifth and (J was closed up like
an umbrella. ^
The damage is said to be considerable
along ihe docks but it is hard to get
Kny Turner, wife and children, a girl
aged IS and a little boy, living five miles
down the island, were badly hurt by the
house falling on them. Turner's ht*d
is bruised and he says he Is Injured in-
ternally. Mrs. Turner has both legs
and arms hurt, possibly broken, and suf-
fered internal injuries. The girl's left
leg is broken near the groin, the boy
suflered Internal Injuries. The house
a total wreck.
At the weather bureau It Is stated that
the highest wind was about 12:30 o'clock
thin morning. for two and a half
minutes the velocity was 72 miles an
hour and for five minutes It was 60
miles. For four or five hours the wind
blew an or i.t miles «n hour. The dis-
turbance was purely local, the low
berometer yesterday being over North
Texas. It was what the weather office
calls a whirlwind and waa practically a
SUMMARY OF THE NEWS.
WASHINGTON, Oct. 30.—Weather
West Texas: Fair Thursday and
East Texas: Fair Thursday and
Friday; fresh east, shifting to south,
Local Weather Forecast.
For San Antonio and vicinity: Prob-
Postal receipts (how a o''eat Increase of
business in San Antonio.
C. W. McNeil is appointed Assistant
Senator Charle, A. Culberson visitor In
County finances are In splendid condi-
Willie Benson case was given to Jury
State Health Officer Brumby to address
meeting of doctors here.
Restaurant men form protective asso-
Conference of Methodist Episcopal
Church, South, convene* at Yoakum.
Proceedings are had in the several
higher State courts.
Commissioner Colquitt prepares order
directing Southern Kansas Hallway of
Texas to provide adequate equipment.
Antl-Prohibitionist* launch organization
at Dallas to combat activity of local op-
.Severe storm visit* Galveston, causing
one death, general injuries and much
damage to property.
Postmaster at El Paso will make com-
plaint against Sunset's running out stub
train without mall ear when Southern
Pacific I* late.
Main ca»e of Waters-Pierce Oil Com-
pany Is submitted In Appellate Court at
Bailey investigation report is received
from the printer.
Financial situation I* again nearly not-
Illinois attorney declares football Is
prlxe-flghtlng and asks an Injunction
Four men killed by premature explosion
of dynamite at Venice, Pa.
Workman In Monterey steel plant Is
crushed to death under tons of steel.
Secretary Taft Instructed to cut short
visit to Manila and hasten to Berlin. No
reason given for new arrangement.
Town of Karategln, Russian Turkestan,
destroyed by a landslide following an
earthquake and many persons are killed.
Crew of Russian torpedo-boat In Vladi-
vostok harbor mutinies, but le subdued.
Barbara Laponklln, the Russian girt
who disappeared In London, returns as
mysteriously as she dropped out of sight.
Now expected cooler head* will prevent
any upheaval or disintegration of the Na-
tional baseball board.
Univeralty of Texas defeats the Uni-
versity of Arkansas at football, 6 to 26.
INDICTED ON PERJURY CHAR0E
Bill Found Against Man Who Fur-
nished Texas Attorney General
ST. LOUIS, Mo., Oct. 30.-W. R. Coyne,
who sprang into prominence recently by
furnishing evidence against tho plumb-
ing trust to the Attorney General of
Texas, after Master Plumbers and Jour-
neymen Plumbers unions had opposed
Coyne, as the alleged result of Coyne's
establishing plumbing schools In Sr.
Louis, New York and Pltteburg, was in-
dicted late this afternoon by the Grand
Jury investigating the House of Dele-
gates graft cases.
Coyne gave $3(X) bond and was released.
Coyne was indicted on a perjury charge
immediately after Judge Muench sus-
tained Coyne in his refusal to answer cer-
tain direct questions propounded by the
Circuit Attorney Eager said tin
grounds on which the perjury chargo Is
based could not be revealed until the
Indictment Is returned In court which ,'s
expected In tho morning.
Coyne is said to have approached cet-
tln persons with the proposition that he
be employed to secure legislation in the
House of Delegates.
CHARGES AGENT WITH THEFT.
Passenger Has "News Butcher" Ar-
retted When Train Reaches
Karategin, Russian Turkestan, Is
Buried Under Tons of Earth
Following an Earthquake.
THOUSANDS, ARE DEAD
Special Telegram to The Express.
LAREDO. Tex., Oct. 30,-There was
some excitement at the International
depot this morning when Antonio Vlllar-
real, a passenger who arrived on thla
morning's International & Great North-
ern, caused *he arrest of the news agent
as soon as the trftln pulled into the
depot on a charge of robbery.
Pancho Trevino and the agent is now
Pancho Thevino and the agent is now
under charge of the authorities pending
an investigation of the matter.
Vlllarreal says that while ho lay asleep
early this morning the agent put his
hand Into his pocket and robbed him of
$17.50. The traveling companion of Vll-
larreal claimed he woke up and saw
the agent doing the work. The agent is
about 111 years of age. He positively de-
nies the charge made- against hint.
EXPLOSION KILLS FOUR.
Dynamite Went Off Unexpectedly.
Victims Railroad Men.
PITTSBURG, Pa., Oct. 30.-A premature
explosion of dynamite occurred this aft-
ernoon at Venice, Pu., sixteen miles from
this city on the Wabash Railroad, where
a cut is being made.
Four men were killed, and two others
were seriously Injured.
Pope to Excommunicate Critics.
ROME, Oct. SO.—Virtual excommunica-
tion of Rev. Father TyreU, the English
Jesuit, who severely criticised the Pope's
recent encyclical on modernism, will, It
Is said, probably be followed by the adop-
tion of similar measures sgslnst Ger-
man. Italian and French modernists.
St. Petersburg Says Tillage Bad Popu-
lation of Not More Than 25W While
Dispatch From Tasbkend Says
1598 Lives Were Lost.
ST. PETERSBURG, Oct. 30.—Dis-
patches received hero today state that
almost the whole town of Karategln, In
Bokhara, Russian Turkestan, has been de-
stroyed. and many hundred of the popu-
lation have been killed by a mountain
slide following a recent earthquake at
that plai-e. The Oovernor and his mother
and their sons were among those who
Karaeglu, though hardly more than 100
miles from Kamarkata and only 250 miles
from Kholand. is so isolated that news
is oer a week In coming through. In
the Russian gazeteer, Karaegin i» de-
scribed as being on the River Snrkham.
a tributary of the Atnudarya. No men-
tion Is made of Its population, which
geographies estimate at not In cxcess of
ABOUT 1500 BURIED.
Enormous Section of Mountain Thun-
dered Down on Town.
TASHKEND, Russian Turkestan, Oct.
30.—The little town of Karategln, in the
Hussar District of Kokhara, has been
overwhelmed and completely destroyed
by a landslide that followed the earth-
quake of October 21. According to the
latest reports of the disaster, a majority
of the tr ibltants of Karategln lost their
The flret reports of the casualties were
exaggerated, the death bet being placed
as high as 15,000. Karategln lias about
25(10 dwellers, and thero Is reason to be-
lieve that about 1500 were burled aliv<\
Among those who survived the disaster
are (he Governor of Karategln and his
Karategln is remotely situated and it
takes a full week for news to get out
from there, but according to one courier
who has come through, an enormous sec-
tion of the Karatagh Mountain, which
prai tically hung over the town, broke
loose and thundered down upon the vil-
lage, which is almost completely burled.
Efforts are being made to get Into com-
munication with the survivors and learn
the actual state of affairs to send In such
relief as may be required.
CORN SHOW FOR TERRELL.
Executive Committee Selects Place of
Special Telegram to The ExpresV
DALIjAS, Tex., Oct. 30.—Tho meeting
of the executive committee of the Texas
Corn Growers Association convened in
Dallas this morning for the purpose of
considering a place for their next corn
show. Of the seven member* of the ex-
ecutive committee six were present. Tho
meeting was presided over by T. A.
McGalliard of (rami, Denton County, and
Prof. A. M. Ferguson of Sherman acted
Owing to the Inducements offered for
the meeting and show, the committee
was forced to go Into secret session
after which they announced that Terrell
would get the corn show. It will be in
TRAIN CRASHES INTO WAGON.
Four Mexicans Are Hurt in Collision
Special Telegram to The Express.
LULING, Tex., Oct. 30.—While five
Mexicans were crossing the Aransas Pass
railroad track on the outskirts of town
In a covered wagon, the north bound pas-
senger train crashed Into the wagon.
Four of the men were hurt, two prob-
ably seriously, one received a broken
shoulder and internal Injuries.
They were picked up and brought to
The wagon was wrecked but the horses
BOY SHOWS GREAT NERVE.
Rides a Mile With Injured Foot With-
Special Telegram to The Express.
EL PASO, Tex., Oct. 30—Ridlng a horse
near Elida, N. M., to day, Ben Johnson,
a lad, 18 years of age, ran the animal into
a barb wire fence and almost severed
his foot. He rode into town a mile for
treatment and did not faint.
Secretary Instructed to Leave Phil-
ippines Nofember 2 So as
to Reach Berlin Quickly.
NO REASON FOR NEW
ORDERS ARE GIVEN
President Roosevelt Declines to Discuss
Them and Others Know Nothing—State
Department Says They May Be Bne
to Change in Kaiser's Plans,
MA Nil,A. Oct. 30,-As the result of
voluminous cable correspondence between
President Rooesvelt and Secretary Taft.
it is understood that ihe latter will leave
Manila Nov. 2 In order to reach Berlin
at the earliest possible moment, tl Is Im-
possible to communicate with the Secre-
tary at present, and the officials are
silent regarding the change in his plans.
It la understood, however, that he will
leuve here on the flagship Rainbow. Rear
Admiral Hemphill received a telegram on
Monday asking whether or not he could
make the cruiser ready to sail on Sun-
day. He responded In tiwafflrmative
and was Informed, unofficially, that a
matter of the utmost importance is pend-
ing In Germany and Secretary Taft's
presence there fs necessary immediately.
The hasty departure of Secretary Taft
will cut short his stay In tho Philippines
one week. He originally Intended to lesve
on Sunday, but recently changed his
plans so as to permit of a lon«er stay
so as to clear up Important business.
The summons he has received from Presi-
dent Roosevelt will cut short the program
made for his entertainment In Manila.
He ejid his party are due from llagtilo
tomarrow evening, when he is expected
to attend a banquet In his honor given
by the American residents of the city.
ALL IS MYSTERY.
Official Waahington Knows No Rea-
sons for New Taft Orders.
WASHINGTON. Oct. 30.—President
Roosevelt today declined to discuss the
reported change In the plan of Secretary
Taft, and )t was stated in other official
quarters that nothing was known on the
State Department officials said that
Secretary Taft's visjt at Berlin would be
purely social and that there was no un-
usual situation to cause the hastening
of his journey from the Philippines. It
is possible, it in pointed out, that the
German Emperor hos changed his plans
so as not to be In Berlin at the time
Mr. Taft originally expected to be there,
but no advices to this effect have reached
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