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EL PASO DAILY HERALD, WDNESDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1900
Link and Pin. A BEAUTIFUL SOUVENIR. The Texas & Pacific has issued a handsome complimentary calendar for the new year a Watteau scene set in a deep violet background. The 1901 cal endar leaves are in one of the lower corners, the T. P's. well known lo zenge in the other, while violets em bellish the whole. EXTRA TRAINS NOT HINDERED. Orders cam eto the division fore man's office at Las Vegas Sunday af ternoon to lay off all men except those necessary to handle the passenger and regular trains. The order was counter manded, however, before night, when it was found that the running of extra trains was not interiered with by the strike. DIDN'T KNOW HE WAS SHOT. Matthew Hanselman. an engineer on the Louisville. Evansviile & St. Louis road, ran his engine more than a hun dred miles with a bullet in his lungs, which he did not know was there. He irot on his engine at St. Louis all right and the first he knew of any- home this morning. thing being wrong was at Grentry-1 Workmen are putting in the gates ille. Ind.. where he remarked to hislat Oregon and Stanton streets and firomnn that he felt a sham Tiain in I Mpsq avenue cm the Southern Pacific his side and he believed he was taking I as ordered by the council several J cold. Occasionally he would remark to months ago. ' his fireman that he felt that pain w s Ru6t the T & p hostier who again. More than two hours after he has been off the past few dayg on ieu me nrsi pain ne uuueu mui r.u- count of being sick has returned. He Title, and there he collapsed. Mam- i was very for awhile and an opera ination snowed mat ne naa peen bhui tion was necessary to relieve him in tne lert siae. tne Dunet grazing me Worth & Denver and has cast his lot with either the Rock Island or the Choctaw. It is further stated that ne has been working on a scheme to buy the Sierra Madre and extend it under the directions of some other road to the coast. Mr. Jones is an expert railroad build er and not an operator and has been watching Mexico for many years. "Jones is up to some scheme," said a local railroader this morning, "and you can depend on it that he is not going to Mexico for pleasure. He nev er had a day's pleasure and never look ed for it. He is a business man and everything he does is along some bus iness scheme. SPARKS FROM THE ENGINE. Switchman Ives, of the G. H., went to work this morning after a three-day lay-oif. . Eighteen people boarded the east bound Sunset Limited this morning at this place. John and Will Jackson. G. H. fire men, wno nave been spending a wees with relatives at Alpine, returned the acknowledged King of Bottled ' Beers, possesses every element that makes a perfect and delicious brew. Nearly three quarters of a billion bottles of this famous brand have been consumeda world's record. The product of AnheuserBusch Brewing Ass'n St. Louis, U. S. A. sff Af Famous the world over for its tonic qualities, MjjrJ''jJttlM10' recommended by physicians everywhere, is "L-' 9 tvssM' prepared by this association. A CLEVER CAPTURE By Deputies Of a Man Want ed In Midland LIVELY PO.ICE NEWS heart and lodging In the lungs. Physi cians say it is a fatal wound. Who fired the shot and where and why is not known. It is believed that he re ceived the bullet at Gentryville, as that -was where he first felt the pain. For more than two hours he ran the en- W. B. Gillman, a G. H. switchman, left this morning for Benson. Arizona, to look over the field with a view to accepting a position as yardmaster for the S. P. at that place. Dick Turner, a well known railroad man formerly of El Paso, is in the gine at a rate of fifty miles an hour city from Mexico where he is a con perfectly ignorant of his nearness to I tractor on the Mexican Central. Dick death from a bullet wound and the I is now building a dam for the Central physicians say that bis heart might I at Lermo. 1 - 1 I Ttin,.o I uw. au, u-c On account of the rush of freight no telling what would have bf" bnslnegs over the T, & two result to the train and passengers bad crews have been put on and another . . . n n in.no utthkx )rui uiywcu """ will be put on soon. Two extra brakemen, John Marquis and Ed Hawes were added today. traveling so swiftly. CAPTAIN KENT IS DEAD. The baggageman of the G. H. re ported to have died suddenly in San Antonio Monday was, as expected by friends in EI Paso, Captain Thomas J. Kent. His death was the result of a peculiar circumstance. He was drowned in a bath tub. At 1 o'clock Sam Carter, passenger engineer of the G. H.. returned this morning from Houston where he has been attending to business pertaining to his position i as chairman of the grievance commit tee of the B. of L. E. of this city. C. Wright, a brakeman on the Monday afternoon Captain Kent called I Santa Fe running out of Raton. N. M., at a bath house and asked for a bath, died of typhoid fever in the railroau A room was assigned him and he went hospital at Las Vegas Sunday night, in and locked the door. That was the Deceased's father, an engineer from last seen of him alive. "Watertour. N. Y.. was with him when About 2 o'clock some one remarked he died and took the body home with that Captain Kent was staying in the I him. batn a long time. Repeated knocks on Charles B. Sloat, general passenger agent of the Chicago. Rock Island Texas railroad, came in from Fort Worth last night and left for Los An geles this morning. ..Ir. Sloat's family are spending the winter in Los An geles for the benefit of Mrs. Sloat's the door receiving no response, a man climbed up and looiced over the parti tion. He saw that Captain Kent's bead was under the water and he climbed in and unlocked the door. The coroner was called and it was decld- r l7, Z ' .innoi health and he was on his way to pay being a man of low stature he slipped t. , lf. lown in the tub until he wa3 sub merged. I F. B. Houghton of the Santa Fe and Ccptain wer.t had .been baggage traveling agent Brown of the same agent for the G. H. & S. a. railroad at company, returned last night from a San Antonio for sixteen years. Pre- week's trip to Guaymas and Hermo- vious to tnat he was general baggage sillo, Sonora. Mr. Houghton says busl- agent of the Texas & New Orleans road ness Is very good in that section and but when the Southern Pacific absorb- I new mines and other enterprises are ed that road he went to San Antonio. Before his connection with the T. & N. O., he had been agent for the Mor gan steamship line at Galveston. Captain Kent was sixty-one years old, an ex-confederate soldier and bad many friends in all walks of life. In his clothing when he died were $168 in money, a.flne watch and a valuable headers to null the long train of cars oiamonu iu. ma uuuj wa ouiyycu i ioaaea witn. oranges, net ween 7 a. yesterday to New Orleans where re- m and 6 p. m.. yesterday 110 cars of sides a nephew of the deceased, the I oranges went east over the T. & P.. .only known relative of Captain Kent, land the shipments between this morn ing and tomorrow morning will being opened up every week. He pre dicts a great future for that section and says Guaymas will some day be an Important harbor. The orange shipments over the S. P. to this place and over the T. & P., east ward are still on the increase. The T. & P., is now putting on double MORGAN JONES BACK. AGAIN. Morgan Jones, general manager of the Fort Worth and Denver railroad, and D. A. Chappepll, president of the Victor Coal and Coke company of Den ver, nrrived in El Paso in Mr. Jones's private car Texas last night accom panied by their families, and left over the Mexican Central for Mexico this morning amount to 135 cars. CARNIVAL QUEEN Contest 6ettlng Pretty Lively. The committee in charge of the Carnival queen contest desires the Herald to announce that there are no restrictions nlaceri nnnn the contest Mr. Jones said ne was not loosing I The contest is onen to the whole eltv. for coal mines this trip but was Justand is not limited to married or un- going down to "the city on a pleasure married ladies, voung or old. pretty or trip. He might look for coal in Mexico Ugiy, big or little, blonde or brunette, uity, out tnat was not tne ouject oi i grave o rgay. his trip. While Mr. Jones .disclaims The person receiving the highest any connection with prospecting this I number of votes will be crowned with time it is claimed by some who have had a tip that he is going on business connected with a railroad and coal scheme. Last winter Mr. Jones spent several wfi in the Sierra Madre country, ostensibly looking for coal, but it was known at the time that he was pros pecting for a new line of railroad. He has been with the i-t. Worth and Den ver and could not give his attentions to the new enterprise and nothing has been said of it for many months. It is now reported, however, that he has resigned his position with the Fort' elaborate ceremonies. The voting for the candidates still continues. The result oi the count up to date is as follows: Miss Trumbull 395 Miss Claire Kelly 347 Miss Irma Schutz 86 Miss James 27 Miss Gertrude Catlin 12 Miss Ainsa 11 Miss Beall 7 Miss Brady 7 Misses Lyons. Allen. Haggart, Green. Ethel Catlin. Falvey, and Campbell, five votes each. ::::..::::'. "" o.o.:: 8 YOUR BOY! o o m m Buy Him a Kodak. It will 5 Keep Him Off the Street. BUSHONG & FELDMAN, Photographic Supplies. jm 8 X0 :::: :::::::::::::.:: A Harden-d Vag ant Who Is SatN Med IVi'ti Living In Jail A 6un Toter From Bisbee. A 6un May Frustrated. Minor Items. Deputy Sheriffs Bryant and Lyons mv.de one of the cleverest captures on record last night. With only the bar est possible description he identified and arrested Ed Rogers an alleged forger, wanted by the sheriff at Mid land, Texas. Monday night the sheriff's office in this city received a telegram from Sambrano's pawn shop. The young man was so drunk that he could not walk and a wagon was called and he was taken to the station. He was searched by Jailor BlacKer and Officer Harold but nothing' was found. It was noticed however that he had sev eral marks on his person and Mr. Har old said that that man had been de scribed to him by some one. He re ported to the chief and it was found that some time ago a letter had been received asking that a lookout be made for a young man answering the description. He will be held pending investigation. . He Drew a Gun. The case of disturbing the peace against Antonio Madrid was called up in Justice Spencer's court this morn ing and Attorney McGown appeared for the 'defendant and asked for a jury. The petition was granted and the case pet for nine o'clock Friday morning. Madrid is employed by Dr. Race as cook and rooms with another Mex ican in the rear of the Race property. a marvel for brevity and incomplete ness. It said: "Arrest man on train, six feet, black Tit For Tat. Mrs. Hinkle. a Mexican woman. Is Sheriff Thomas of Midland which was i He an dhis room-mate had a little fuss while Madrid was drinking and it is alleged that Madrir drew a gun on his room-mate and would have killed him hair hpsni six wk9 hinrk hat fmm I had it not been that he was overpow- Midland." ! erei Dv friends and tiie gun taken With only this faint clue Deputies . away rrom nlm Bryant and Lyons started out to hunt for their man. They met the incom ing T. & P. train last night and stood at the depot platform as the passer- being tried before Justice Spencer this gers alighted and noticed two men j afternoon for disturbing the peace, who might possibly answer the des- Mr- Rogers claims that he went to cnption. the house where the Hinkle woman The officers stopped both and asked , was living to colect the rent for anoth- them their names. One of them after i er Mexican woman ana mat sne rerus- hMitntincr Rniri Ma name was Rnmre 1 ed to pay the rent ana cauea mm a and he was from Midland. He was told nat many bad names. He had her ho h -. ,o .i iTOTO,nti arrestee ana sne is ueing vrieu. Ho-a tn , with h Hanntiao I Mrs. Hinkle swore out a warrant for The following statistics are taken from the report' of Mr. H. S. Mont gomery, general watch inspector of Santa Fe R. R. and will doubtless b of interest to those requiring perfect timepieces. 52 per cent, or 688 watches were condemned during the year, the total in use being 1,315. The following table shows percentage which passed exam ination of some of the principal makes in use, there being 17 makes represent ed. Per Cent Passed, GRUEN PRECISION 100 Waltham 72 Howard 61 Elgin 44 Hampden 22 Illinois 17 THE GRUEN PRECISION WATCH ES stand without a rival in the world for perfect timepieces. The only make that had every single watch pass. These watches can be seen at A. W. SUSEiVS JEWEKRYnSTORE. 104 SN ANTONIO ST. Say, If You all Wani any Hardware or car tr dges, Go Over to Tanner - Pentiebaker H ar d war e Co . Thsy are the People. DAN kTEAR'S SCHEME A CLEAN, GOOD PLAY. said he left Midland in broad daylight and the sheriff knew he was going. In spite of this the officers took him to jail and locked him up. Rogers is a tall, wiry looking young fenow. When a Herald reporter call ed to see him in his cell at the county jail this morning he was stretcheu ouc in his hammock, which is swung across the cell, about three feet above the floor. "What have they got you charged with. Mr. Rogers?" asked the reporter. "All I know about it is what was said in the telegram to the sheriff." "Well, that might mean anything. What specific crime are you charged with?" "I do not know; I left Midland witn only three dollars, borrowed money, in my pocket and ic I forged any check and, made anytning oy it I do 'not know anything about it." The prisoner said ue had resided sev en years at Midland. He had been a cow puncher four years and a bar keeper three. Sheriff Thomas will arrive tonight to take charge of the prisoner. A Hardened Good-for-Nothlng. Wm. West was arrested last night by the watchman at the Santa Fe de pot and placed in Jail on a charge of vagrancy. West Is one of the toughs who hang around the Philippine sa loon and is arrested at least once a week. This morning Acting City Re corder Wallace fined him $10 and Chief Lockhart said that he would keep him locked up in a back cell and only feed him on bread and water. When placed in jail last night the jailor asked West why he had not left town, telling him that he had been or dered out several times. "El Paso easy," said West, "and you fellows mighe just as well let me alone as I am going to stay here this winter and so long as I am in jail I don't iiave to hustle for my bread." He will get sick on the board he gets at the police, station before he has served his sentence. Two other toughs were arrested last night and showed fight when Officer Christley arrested them and they were also fined $10 and the chief ordered them out of town. 'Thought He Needed a Gun. An Irishman giving his name as Mike Morison was arrested last night by Officer Denlston and placed in jail for carrying a pistol. He was brought in court this morning and the charge against him was read. 'Whas is your plea?" asked the judge. 'Sure now and I don t know what you mean, was the reply. Are you guilty or not guilty?" "What's that now?" "Did you have a pistol on you when you were arrested?" "Sure now and I did. He was told that it was against the law to carry a pistol and that his fine would be $25. He came here Monday from Bisbee and said that everybody carried a pistol there and he supposed that he could do the same here. He was evidently a new comer to this country. He Answers the Description. Just before court opened this morn ing at(the police station George Harold was called to South El Paso street to arrest a young man who had fallen through a large plate glass window at Mr. Rogers arrest and he will be tried as son as her case is over. Frenchy Wanted to Fight. A Frenchman was arrestid early this morning for being drunk and down. But when the prisoners were taken up to the court room for trial he was too drunk to go and ti.3 young Mexican who is assistant jailor went to place him back in his cell, when he wanted to fight. The noise was heard up stairs and Dick Blacker ran down to assist tthe Mexican. The French man was placed in his cell. Slick Touch Game. It is said that there is a gang of toughs who lie around the Santa Fe vards and as , the Mexicans come across the river they hold them up under the pretext that they are customs guards and while two of them hold the Mexican another goes through his clothes and takes every Ihing that he has that they can use. Failed to Give Bond. Cornelio Mesa, arrested for robbing another Mexican, was given a hearing yesterday evening before Justice Spencer and was Dound over in the sum of $500. Failing to produce the bond he was placed in the county jail. Damage Suit on Trial. The damage suit of Van, Belle vs the Santa Fe railway is now on trial in Judge Goggin' scourt. His Fourth Trial. John Boersch. accused of stealing a typewriter, is on trial for the fourth time in the district court. To lke This a Sporting Centrr; Presented Fy the Jossey stock Would B? a Winner. Company Last Nlzht. i n stort ovpr takes hold of The play at the opera -house last his sporting scheme in Juarez, and El. night and the manner in which it was Paso he will make this the greatest produced well deserved the good house sporting center in the United states," wax was present to witnen it said J. A. Redding of Chicago at the The play "Under Two Flags' is an Zeiger last night. "Stewart is the English drama the plot being laid shrewdest sport on this continent and in England at the race course and ex if he takes a notion to put his scheme tending into the French army in Afn through here he will make a wonder- ca. The brother of the hero goes broke ful success of it. ;on i,he ,rae? and tors th name j "El Paso has a splendid climate for an English lord. The hero is accused horse racing and with the privileges of the crime and bears the disgrace of he asks for in Juarez for bull fights, : the accusation rather than to expose prize fights and gambling, combined his brother. He exiles himself to Af- with horse races and field sports on."1-0 " "CI c "c uujec-i. ui this side the attractions will bring the jealousy and hatred of a villainous most every sport in tue United States colonel and his life is saved by "Cigar to El Paso This is an interesting city ; te, the friend of uie flag," who loses any way and Juarez is more so and all i her own to save that of the wrongly the race horse men and other sports accused, self-exiled English nobleman, in the country would be glad to spend I Each member of the cast looked well the winter here every year. ' and Played excellently the character "I was here when Fitzsimmons and ; represented. W. J. Jossey, as the hero, Maher were trying to. fight and even : who leaves a life of ease and plenty no nrmriitinns as existed then '. for his brother's sake, is, though out there were over a thousand men here of his sphere, every inch a soldier and and every on of them had plenty of i rides many miles with a spear in his money" Mr. Redding is not a prize S1le to save the day. C. F. Berger fighter but he is a lover of field sports ! makes a grand looking English lord. and thinks El Paso would make an i ""um " "ms" uppwimg ideal resort for such sports. BASE BALL AND FOOT BALL Died Marius Hansen, a Dane, died at Ho tel Dieu at 9:30 o'clock this morning of typhoid fever. Deceased had been in El Paso about five years during which time he had follower dairying and raising Jersey cattle. He came from Austin to El Paso and was known as a good honest hard working man. Funeral services will be held at the undertaking parlors of Nagley, Lyons & McBean tomorrow morning at 9:30 o'clock. Interment at Evergreen cem etery. Danish people are especially invited to attend. John G. Williams. John G. Williams, aged 36. died at Hotel Dieu this morning at 2 o'clock. Deceased was connected with the Jua rez company and was a bright and popular young man. His funeral will be conducted from the Henderson fun eral parlors tomorrow morning and the interment will be in Concordia cemetry. Gen. W. M. Graham, of the United States army, passed through on the Sunset Limited this morning on his return to Washington. General Graham has been connecte with the artillery branch of the U. S. army since 1S55. and served in. differ ent positions in the civil war, having been voted thanks by congress and given several brevet commissions for gallant and meritorious services in the Peninsular campaign, battle of Antie tam. battle of Gettysburg and in the field througnout the war. terior, has a heart to believe in the innocence of the hero and stand by him to the last. Justin Mi-Carthy, as Colonel Chateauroy. the villainous "Black Hawk", did not need to speak to show his disposition, it stuck out all over him. F. H. Stansfield is clearly the bright est star of the constellation. As the The Boys Active in Getting Ready for th Coming 6ames The base ball boys are completing arrangements for their trip to Mexico j irish valet of the hero last night he next weeK. i ney go uui. w p""-"" brought down the house. He is a true every evening and on next Sunday at ! son of Erin and loyai to the queen and z:M tney win piay a. game ai iu grounds. This will positively be the last game of the season in El Paso and should draw a large crowd out to see the sport. The foot ball boys will continue to practice every night and on Christmas day will line up for the first game against a foreign team. The A. and M. college team of New Mexico will be the opposing team for that day and a fierce game may be expected. The college boys know that they will have a hard propsition and for the reason had the game announced for next Sunday postponed until Christmas that they might have more practice. OFFICIALS GVTHERING (Continued from First Page.) It is said that the officials of the Clif ton road are also in New York and will meet there about the time the Rock Island. White Oaks and Bisbee road people hold their annual meet ings. V. E. Austin, who has been buy ing realestate here in ribbon strips across the city, is also in the east and it is hinted that he is interested in get ting the right of way through the city for the connecting line between the Rock Island and the western line. STRANGE STORY (Continued From First Page.) city. The police were notified and George Harold trailed the thief to Juarez and overtook him trotting along the road south of that city with the saddle on his back. The man was White o rFitzpatrick. He was arres ted and lodged in the Juarez jail. Af ter remaining in prison seven months he was finally found not guilty and re leased. I. i returned to El Paso and was arrested and prosecuted so effec tually on this side of the river that he will don a convict's garb and wear it for the next two years. Married. E. J. Hartley and Miss Bernardina Anaya were quietly married yesterday afternoon by Justice Ellis at the Wil cox boarding house. DeWitt's Little Early Risers are dainty little pills, but they never fail to cleanse the liver, remove obstruc tions and invigorate the system. Fred Schaefer, druggist. Try The Herald's Popular Wants. S. L. Hughes, manager Ballinger & Longwell's Saddlery Shop. 'Phone 1 for anything in the line of Harness, Saddles, or Carriage Trimming. Phone your advertisement in. If it's short. the hero. Lola Davis makes a beauti ful and stately Princess Corona. Ber nice Howard as Cigarette, the friend of the flag, makes a charming, viva cious Algerian brunette, who held the house in admiration when she talked or sang. Members of the cast interspersed the acts with singing of the kind that al ways receives more than one lusty en core. It is a treat to El Paso to have the oppoprtunity of witnessing the production of aclean play by a com pany of stars and the audience last night proved that El Pasoans are ap preciating the opportunity. "The Sig nal of Liberty." an American naval drama, is the bill tonight. The Jossey stock company has some of the finest scenery ever set in the Myar. Between the third and fourth acts the monotony of the usual special ties was relieved by the introduction of some fine scenes projected on the curtain by a stereoptican. Scenes from the largest cities, the most picturesque localities and the awe-inspiring navy of the United States, followed by pic tures of statesmen whose faces pro voke cheers, held the audience enrap tured for several minutes and was an innovation that was highly appreciat ed by the large audience. ATTENTION FIREMEN. Regular department meeting Wed nesday evening, Dec. 12th at 7:30. Annual election of officers. John Julian, Pres. W. T. Hixson, Secy. QUESTION ANSWERED. "Well, if he had a wife she'd have that set in a ring" or something she could wear and he couldn't even if the jeweler had to work nights in order to get it fixed." Moki Tea positively cures sick head ache, indigestion and constipation. A delightful herb drink. Removes all eruption of the skin, producing a per fect complexion or money refunded. 25 cents and 50 cents. M. A. Webb, druggist. Yes. August Flower still has the largest sale of any medicine In the civ ilized world. 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