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PRICE 5 CENTS. : EL PASO. TEXAS. M0N0Y. DECEMBER 1900. 20th YEAR. NO. 298
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WANTED TO
SHOT HIS.
BIG DEAL PENDING OUR TRADE
PREACHER
AS EDITOR
CHANGED HER MIND
LYNCH JESSIE
DAUGHTER
WITH JAPAN
A YOUNG GIRL WITH
THE TWO FOUNDRIES AND
BEWITCHING CHARMS
THE SUPPLY HOUSE
Another Reverend Individual
Tries the Pencil
and Shears.
HE WILL IMPROVE
On Sheldon's Absurd Pro
duction, and Fndvor To
Make More of a
Newspaper.
LONDON, Dec 17 Dr. Joseph Park
er, pastor of toe City Temple, today
began his experiment of editing the
Evening Sun for a week.
The scheme was suggested by Dr.
Sneldon's editing of the Topeka. (Kan
sas) Capital, but Dr. Parker has stated
that he will make his paper more of
a newspaper than was the Capital
The first number of Dr. Parker's pa
per today contains a column of reli
gious notes, three columns on the Boer
war. and a column of crimes, chiefly
murders. There is no sporting news
The paper advocates buying Denver
mining shares. Under the heading
"Betting and gambling forecasts." the
doctor prints a prayer that gambling
may perish, and says: "If my paper
cannot, during six experimental days
live without pandering to the gambler,
the drunkard, and the sensualist, then
let it wither away."
- The Editor expresses his conviction
that London ought to publish a dis
tinctively religious daily paper, but
fears that such would'not be sustained
even by the religious people themselves
Jle attacks sectarianism and urges flog'
ging as a deterrent to crime.
CHINA EXPRESSES GRATITUDE TO
RUSSIA FOR BEING ALLOWED
TO xCULE.
Held Two Men Bound, and While They
Were Entangled in Her Net She
Played With Them, Finally Let
ting Fate Decide Between Them
LONDON, Dec. 17 The Pekin cor
respondent of the Times says that Li
Hung Chang at the instance of Prince
Ukhtomsky. of Russia, who is now in
Pekin, has telegraphed to the czar, ex
pressing China's gratitude to Russia
for being allowed to resume the civil
government of Manchuria.
Like the previous message to Emper
or William, this one to the czar pur
ports to be from Emperor Kwang Su,
who is ignorant of both messages.
The correspondent repeats his charg
es of Russian duplicity, declaring that
Manchuria will henceforth virtually be
a Russian protectorate.
OVER TWO HUNDRED LIVES LOST
IN WRECK OF A GERMAN
SCHOOL SHIP.
BERLIN. Dec. 17 The loss of the
German school ship Gneisanau off Ma
laga, Spain, is confirmed by a telegram
received by the minister of marine.
The dispatch says forty were drowned.
The press dispatches place the number
i drowned at about one hundred.
MALAGA, Spain, Dec. 17 It is fear
ed the loss of life in the wreck of the
German school ship Gneisanau yester
day will prove much greater than at
first reported. One hundred and nine
ty survivors are being cared for here.
The ship's complement was 461, which
gives 271 men missing. Some of these
may have reached the shore in boats or
on wreckage.
A THOUSAND MEN THROWN OUT
OF" EMPLOYMENT BY A
FIRE.
Another pretty little romance was
enacted In El Paso Friday night and
calls for congratulations on one hand
and sympathy on the other.
It was another one of those affairs
where young ladies nave too many
sweethearts and really do not know
which one they love most and finally
decide "first come first serve."
While at school in an eastern city
several years ago a young lady from
a southern city whose name must be
withheld, was given much attention
at the hands of two young men from
neighboring cities. She was pretty
and the two young men were wealthy
and handsome. One lived in Washing
ton and the other in a city near there.
The young lady graduated and return
ed home last year and since then both
of the young men have corresponded
with her regularly and both have
sought her hand in marriage. Each
was encouraged and each thought he
had won. The man from New York
visited the young lady at her home
about a month ago and it is said gain
ed a promise to wed him. The young
lady, however, asked for a vacation be
fore the consummation of the wedding
and came to El Paso to visit an old
school mate.
Her admirer from Washington knew
nothing of her visit here but knew she
had a friend here who was very dear
to her. Thinking it might not be a
bad" idea to enlist the El Paso young
lady in his behalf he came on here last
Wednesday and to his surprise he
found the girl he loved here with her
friend. He renewed his suit persis
tently, and won. Fearing trouble
from delay he requested that the wed- j
ding be early and in El Paso. The?
Twety Women Held a Meet
ing and Violence Was
Proposed.
A TOWN IN ANGER
Over the Famous Case Of the
Murder Of A Woman
Because U f
J alousy. j
ELDORADO, Kansas, Dec. 17 Twen
ty women held an indignation meeting
at Eldorado yesterday and proposed to
lynch Jessie Morrison, the slayer of
Mrs. Olin Castle.
Conspicuous among tnose present
was the dead woman s motner. Airs.
Roland Wiley.
Soon after the meeting was called to
order, someone in the crowd proposed
that those present, go after Miss Mor
rison, take her out to the nearest tree.
and string her up. The lack of anyone
who had suuicient courage to take the
lead in the matter was the only reason
that proposition was not attempted.
When told of the proposition of the
women Jessie Morrison said:
' ii is all a bluff on the part of some
of my enemies, and I have no fear of
any violence. I will not leave this
town until I get ready."
Some of the women boldly stated
that if Jessie Morrison was turned
loose upon the streets they would leave
for fear of their lives.
Already two tactions have sprun
up in Eldorado among the women, and
parted company
While She Attired
Clothes, Stole
Gold Dust.
in Boy's
His
THE GIRL'S REASON
For Stealing the Gold Was
, 'hat She Wanted to tlopa
With A Poor toung
Miner
BOISE. Idaho, Dec. 17 James Shee-
han shot and probably fatally wounded
his young daughter on his mining
claim in' the Porcupine district.
The girl, who was in male attire.
was stealing ner latner s gold dust
when he shot her.
Trade With the Orient,
and Machinery Will
Go NrXt.
the dust because she wanted to elope
with a young miner of the neighborhood.
A
MOVEMENT IS STARTED FOR
A NATIONAL BOARD OF
ARBITRATION.
CHICAGO. Dec. 17 The industrial
arbitration conference which has
brought together many of the most
Will Probably Consolidate, and a Great
Plant Will Be the Result That Will I he Subject Of the MtSSiOn Ol
Employ a Thousand or More Men.- fl j J,, jUCated
w .w WU L VlXl , I
Oriental.
The El Paso Mine and Smelter Sup
ply House, the El Paso foundry, and
til A Pflfift CAtv Fnnnrfrv nnil in a
company are on a deal which, if it is I JJ COTTON GOODS
consummaiea, win oe oi great import
ance to El Paso.
The plan, as The Herald learns it.
is to consolidate aii the institutions We Are Working Up a Large
mentionea in a manner and iorm one
strong company to handle heavy ma
chinery, engines and boilers in the
southwest and Mexico. It is also un
derstood that the company- will put in
a large manufacturing plant here to
make all kinds of boilers and engines
and employ an immense force.
Wh.ie nossiblv nothing hs hn Mr- K- Hiyama, a representative of
done it is safe to say that the com-1 tne Japanese government, is in E3
pany will be formed and .the plant put! Paso, beginning a tour of the United
up. There is little doubt of the sue- States and Mexico.
Mr. Hiyama is a highly educated
gentleman and speaks English, Span
ish, German and Chinese fluently. He
is the head of a new department es- -
tablished by the Japanese government
ity foundry, will probably be one of waich might be termed a commercial
the largest stockholders and look after " international trade bureau. He
the Mexican end of the business. landed at San Diego. California, sev-
Mr. Small.' of the El Paso foundry, eral aas aS and wil1 visit every part
explained this morning that at present ' tne United States and Mexico before
there was little in the story but that Ike returns to the Orient.
he hoped that there would be in the I "Japan is fast coming to the front
near future. If is company is form- witn other manufacturing countries.
ed on the plans now laid out there can sald Mr- Hiyama. "and especially in the
be little doubt of its success and of its I matter of cotton manufacturing. We
importance to El Paso. This city has are now operating 60 large cotton mills
a distributing in Japan and are supplying naarly as
cess of the scheme as almost every man
interested is in favor of the combina
tion and hopeful for the success of the
bhe explained mat sne was stealing p,ant when OQCe a Js n operation
Juan , A. Creel, owner of the, Pass
. A , .1 T7I .1
youagiaorrasHiLtunimri.msui manv friends have
they were quietly married at the resi- over tne cage
dence of her friend.
The west bound Sunset limited THE BOERS CAPTURE A LARGE
Saturday brought an anxious individ-I BODY OF BRITISH C V-
ual whose heart was leaping for joy as ! at T?v
tne man irom ew xora wnom me j LONDON. Dec. 17 A force ot Boers
young lady in question had promised recently 8urrounded a party of Bra
u wea. ne wem. 10 me one.uuu u- bants Horge the oeastrong district
lei ana immeaiaieiy sent a do iu me and compeed 120 of them tQ surren
young laay. mis leeungs ana ine ex
pression on his face when he received
der.
j ihree of the British force were kill-
ed and sixteen wounded, and 120 taken
the reply can better be imagined than
described.
He had traveled three-fourths of the
spend a few hours with the girl he Pri80ner cafured by the Boers
prisoners.
The Northumberland
fusiliers and
thought he was to wed and the shock
at Nooitgedaeht have been released
on1 tinA vnn -K ..1 T . . V. . . ,
rnmnlPtPlv unset Mm. A few newly """""'5
" F ! . .
made friends tried to console him but lLer "B"ng me coers separaiea in
f n frxt. He had seen enouerh of 1 "'"5 nu me
ri t j i, ,, other south.
Ejl L &J AllU IISISA UV.l It A
New York.
'IDAHO MINERS WILL USE THEIR
I
GERMAN SAILORS AND MARINES
WELCOMED ON RETURN
FROM CHINA.
POWER TO OPEN COEUR
D'ALENE.
BERLIN. Dec. 17 A thousand sail
ors and marines from China arrived
here from Kiel this afternoon. They
marched through the Brandenburg
gate along Unter Den Linden, headed claim
by the shot torn banners which they With this power as a club, it has been
carried in storming the Taku forts and announced that no senator will be
followed by flags and guns captured elected until martial law in the Coeur
from the Chinese. a Alene mining district has been abol
The crowds who witnessed the pa- ished.
BOISE, Idaho, Dec. 17. The West
ern Federation of Miners are giving
candidates for the United States sen
atorship somewhat of a scare. The
Federation claims to hold the balance
of power in the legislature and the
is apparently well-founded
rade were most enthusiastic.
Upon arriving at the arsenal the
sailors were .met by the emperor and
empress, and Prince Henry of Prussia,
besides other exalted personages. The
emperor inspected the men anw made
speech congratulating them
their courageous behavior.
SEVEN BODIES HAVE BEEN TA
KEN FROM THE NORMAL
SCHOOL WRECK.
DUNKIRK, N. Y.. Dec. 17 The re-
upon mains of the last of tne missing in the
Fred on la normal school fire were re
in the evening a banquet will be giv- covered this morning and identified as
en at the palace to the princess and
generals.
Emperor William when compliment
ing the troops said: "After today the
CLEVELAND, Dec. 17 The plant of nd navv one. The world
the Brown Hoisting and Conveying 8naU know that where I put my blue
Machine Co., was practically destroyed j hoys, nobody shall remove them."
by fire this morning. A thousand men I
are tnrown out or employment, ana
the property loss may reach a million
dollars.
those of G. Morris, the janitor.
The bodies of nve girl students were
found yesterday. Seven bodies have
been found. '
THE NOTORIOUS SELLS DIVORCE
CASE MAY END SOME TIME
THIS WEEK.
GENERAL DEWET HAS AGAIN
BROKEN THROUGH THE BRIT
ISH LINE.
MASERU, Basutoland. Dec. 17. Gen
eral Dewet and part of his force after
severe fighting broke through the
PRESIDENT KRUGER IS GOING
TO MAKE A LONG STAY
AT THE HAGUE.
THE HAGUE, Dec. 17 President
Kruger today, replying to a cable in
vitation to visit the city of Grand Rap
ids, Michigan, said that as he had made
no complete plans for the future he is
unable to accept at present.
British cordon at Thaba N'Chu. Oth- j The president has moved into a pri
er bodies of the Boers along the north vat house, evidently witn the purpose
were repulsed. ,of making a long stay here.
COLUMBUS, Ohio, Dec. 17 The
hearing of the Sells case was resumed
tms morning. This, the sixth, prom
ises to be the last week of the trial.
Mrs. Sells's attorneys said this morn
ing that they did not think she would
go on the stand before Thursday or
later.
eastern establishments.
nrominent men of the industrial world
commenced this morning in Steinway .'already become quite
hall. The delegates in general seem point for mining machinery and with much cotton goods as the country can
favorable to the puropse of the confer-' such a strong company in the local consume. We are not satisfied with
ence. although not disposed to believe ; fieid the business of this immediate that, however, and are reaching into
that any immediate results are likely secction can be handled independent of I China and other oriental countries. Un
to follow.
The principal proposition to come up
will be the organization of a national
board of arbivration. representing ihe
great industries of the country, for
the purpose of promoting agreements,
settling disputes, and procuring neces
sary legislation. '
FAMINE AND DISEASE ARE RAM
PANT IN PROVINCES OF
HUNGARY.
VIENNA. Dec. 17. The agrarian
provinces, comprising 200 square miles
around Leutschau, Hungary, are fam
ine stricken.
Disease is rampant, eight cases of
bubonic plague and thousands of cases
of typhus fever being reported.
The mortality in the district is 300
to 1.000.
TWO BANDITS SENT TO ' ' "
THEIR LAST REWARD:
til a few years ago most of the raw .
cotton used in the Japan mills came
from India but we have found the
American article cheaper and for many
things better than the Indian , and
The Prompt Attention of an American r" , "I. rV.l.r; "..IT
. i iuu, new unraus auu au-uui cepwiai-
Miner Near Parral . Prevents a Rob- ly on this one thing and thoroughly
investigate the shipping situation.
bery and Rids the Country of Two
Bad Men.
AN EXTRA SESSION WILL POSSI
BLY BE CALLED BY PRESI
DENT M'KINLEY.
WASHINGTON. D. C, Dec. 17.
President McKinley is reported to
have decided to call an extra session of
congress in March. This statement
was made today by a republican mem
ber of congress who is seldom left out
of important conferences and is
therefore usually correct in his fore
casts.
GENERAL FREIGHT AGENT
SHEPARD IS HERE.
Persons arriving here from Parral,
Mexico, yesterday, report a daring at
tempt at robbery near that place which
proved a fatal failure to the bandits.
A prominent man of Parral, whose
name could not be recalled by the pass
engers, was going out to his mine
twenty miles from Parral Thursday to
pay off his employes.
Several hold-ups had been reported
in that vicinity recently and he had
the forethought to guard against los
ing his money in that .way. He had
about three thousand dollars in Mexi
can currency which he tied firmly to
the beam of his wagon, put his pistol
under his coat sleeve, and. started out
Thursday night for the camp.
When he had gone about half way
two Mexicans suddenly halted him and
ordered him to get out of the wagon.
He obeyed of course, and the' bandits
searched his person with no effect-
Knowing he must have some money
they proceeded to search his baggage
and other effects. While they were
at this task the mining man drew his
i , viu uio mai tsifsvm una urea.
I riis attack was so sudden that the
men didn't have time to act and hnth
Ana wm Meet ki raso snippers and were instantly killed. They fell from
We
have been buying most of our cotton
machinery in England heretofore but'
I tnink will buy mostly from the Uni
ted States in the future. This country
can make better and cheaper machin
ery' than England can and it will pay
Japan to buy machinery wnere she gets
the raw cotton.
Trade between the United States-
and Japan and China is rapidly in
creasing," continued Mr. Hiyama. "and
will increase' more rapiaiy in the future-
Heretofore our people knew very little
of the resources of the United States
and the trading people here knew or
cared less about us." A closer relation
has been established lately, however.
and great results to both countries will
come. It is this matter that I am in
structed to look after most. I shall en
deavor to tell the people here some
thing of our business and the field
we offer for trade and assist in build
ing up the trade between the two
countries all I can.
"The recent war in China and the
opening of the Philippines will work
wonders v for the United States, .he
trade of all the Philippines and a good
majority of China justly belongs to
this country and there is no reason
why it should not get it. .Outside of
machinery there is practically no man-
Merchants at the Chamber of Com- the wagon and their bodies crossed bv ufactured eoois used in the orient,
c : the road side. ' I "ucu tuiujiaieu wiu muw
mcru? at r uur w ciuck 1 uui&y. I
I He then proceeded on his way to the
camp where he reported the affair to
the authorities.
The story is vouched for by H. E.
Runkle. who has just come from that
A. D. Shepard, general freight agent
of the Southern Pacific, Pacific
system, is in the city from San Fran- !
i-l SCO.
Today at four o'clock there will be a
general meeting of shippers and mer
chants at the chamber of commerce, to
discuss with Mr. Shepard the various
matters in connection with freight
rates on the Southern Pacific west of
his city, that have come up since Mr. 1
Shepard's last visit.
and when the people there learn mat
they can get cotton clothing and other
necessities of life cheap enough in this
country they will begin to use a great
deal of it. Of course they must nave'-
district. He heard the name of the something for their0wn raw products
man. who was an American, but could
not recall the name today.
THE GOVERNOR OF INDIANA
FEARS THAT THE MOB WILL
RULE TONIGT.
1 1
INDIANAPOLIS,
Dec.
17 Gov.
out they can get it when the commer
cial relations of the two countries are
brought closer together.
The war in the Philippines cannot
last much longer and when it closes a
difference can be plainly seen in the
value that country is to the United
States. They have raw material that
they have no use for and need the
It will be remembered that when Mr.
ShanAril WflH tiArn hpfnrn pAt-tnfn ne
klAiint li,a 4.. i , - - , . . I
ciflc complaints of rate Inequalities " Jl""- snenn at manufactured goods of this country.
were brought to his attention, and he porl 10 swear ,n a P088 " once Japan does not expect much from the
promised to investigate them. In and Protect tQe We ot Whistling Joe Philippines but now has a good trade
S4.
THE METAL MARKET.
NEW YORK, Dec. 17. Bar
silver
Mexican money quotations in El
Paso today 49 50.
view of all the changed conditions, es
pecially the proposed building of a
competing line of railroad from here
into the west country, it may be that
Mr. Shepard will have some more
hopeful word for us than he had be
fore. All persons interested in any way in
the matter of freight rates on the
Southern Pacific are urged to attend
the meeting today.
against a mob tonight at all hazards.
QUIETLY MARRIED.
George Acres and Miss Olive Vigges
were quietly married at Las Cruces
yesterday. They will return to El Paso
in a few days to make their future
home.
Phone your advertisement tn. If It's
Short.
with China and expects to have a mucn
better business in the future.
"Our best trade with China now is
manufactured cottdn goods and that
is bound to increase. The cheapest of
labor in Japan makes it possible for
that country to lead in the production
of cotton goods and even the United
States cannot hope to compete except
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