El Paso Daily Herald. (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 20TH YEAR, No. 217, Ed. 1 Saturday, November 10, 1900 Page: 1 of 10
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EL PASO TEXAS SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 10. 1900.
20th YEAR NO. 217
jKirt 5 CEN TV.
General MacArthur Deals
With the Question in His
GRIT AND PATIENCE
Are Absolutely Necessary to
Brinf Ultimate Peace 10
the People of the
WASHINGTON. Nov. to uenerai
UacArtbnr annual report written
!epiemier i. wa mui- i.iin.
Kvery question in the Philippines
was treated and the inference 'I'"
by many of those at headquarters is
ik.t it .'no I'nltixl StafM is to ronauer
..1. . . k- w v.
lh Ph I nninw it must be bv Sheer
While according to the reH. t.Ag.ii -
nr.ldo and his band vote! to dico -
tinue war. November 12. 1S. as a
matter of fact it continued. By their
al.Mity to rtolT the habilaments of war
and assume the garb of peace the mi-:
pinos have kept the new. but al a ire-
The fiftv-iiiree stations occupied by
the Americans Novemlier 1. 1S01. had
on Septemlr I. lll. expanded to 41.1.
While Americans had lo. U-7tt in
killed wounded and capt
iirel. the Kil- I
ipinos had lost 6705.
i ne report says: inn riupinos are
not a warlike or ferocious people. Ieft !
to themselves a large numlter would
gladly accept the American supremacy.
which they are gradually coming to
understand means individual liberty
and absolute security in their lives and
property: however they have lipen mis-
led until they believe that in all doubt-
ful matters of politics or war. men arc
never nearer right than when going
with their own kin.
"Most of the towns in the archipel
ago have organized municipal govern-
ments. for which the people have nlany MU. interested in this coun- i J '"c aparance of three water-
evinced such intelligent capacity as to trv nn1 Hi..t. it n . the ma.;PpouH ln Narransanwtt bay near
eu.ourage expectations of rapid pro-
gress in the art of self government." ;
t.eneiai Jiai-Aimur says mat tne so-
hit Ion of the question depends on
-amiability patience and an adequate
force." To education MacArthur con-
etjey great possibilities lie says the
Filipinos are eager for learning and
the rsuHs so far are astonishing.
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c n.iinwi iittiiii kuiiii vn a
Denver Paper I
LINCOLN. Neb.. Nov. 10 Bryan to-
day decHne.1 the offer of the Denevr '
Post of an editorial position at ten
thousand per year saying: I
" " " w - f- " vm II till. W
"Thanks for your offer but I cannot least the mmittee reels sure or get-
accept. tlng all the money needetl before and
"I shall remain in Nebraska and in contracting ror every feature that will
the future as in the past defend with add to the interest of the big show.
my tongue and pen the principles : .
which I believe to be right and the; rrtlMTCCT I IVl nuin
politics which I believe to be wise.
"W J lln-jn " f
Sweeps the Harb rof Hong
an Damagos Shippln'
HON; KONG. Nov. 10. A typhoon
swept the harlor here yesterday cans-
ing great damage to shipping.
The British gunboat sandpicr
dredger were sunk.
One of the sandpiper's crew
Will Land At Marsa ill's Next
It AS JEBI'TIL. Nov. 10 The Dutch
cruiser Gelderland sailed yesterday for
Port Said. j
President Kruger will land at .Mar-
sailles probably arriving there about
the L'uth instant.
Standard o I Stock Jumped Away
Oil stock advanced 25 points on the
curb market this morning.
Stock sold up to 680 as the highest
At noon the price of the stock had
advanced to $7.00. about 75 shares
COMING IN RAPIDLY
Sub Committees Start Out Monday
To Make a Thorough Canvass of
the Town and they are Con! dent
that All Necessary Money Mill
Since quietude reigns in political
circles and the minds of the public :
have again settled back into business j
channels the Midwinter Carnival has n U fJCVV YflRI
taken a fresh hold on the people and.ULU I M 11 C IT I vlTIY
interest akin to excitement now pre-
Subscriptions in response to the re- Ci. A UArA J
eu sent out by the executive com- Many Schooners Ashore and
inittee are coming in rapidly and the
amount already received exceeds the
I most sanguine expectations.
Anions those who have responded
liberally are the following: Krakauer.
Zork & Moye; J. S. Dodge. Sorrenson
Sr Morgan. B. F Hammett. Turney &
! Unrges. Dr. J. S. llorsley. Dr. R. M.
shllstw . Shelton-Payne Arms company
' HoKm Candy company. Dr. Willer
Townson. IJr. r . w . uanaguer. si..
('oun hesne. El Paso lie and Refrig-!
! orator company. -Ino. Kinnegan & Co..
( J)r j fj Austin. E. M. Bray. Rogers
. - t :mi.iv ! W Mm. I
it.-r.. xv. . . -
. 1 1 I I A -iminlci.n
' J In th- ity chimneys sigr.s and plate j
M. S. Mclean. J. P. Deiter. and id I
!pvan : '8S windows suffered and craft in j
j "rhp 8U)8.ptions in every case were ' r'"'r "ed about while!
amoIut akt. bv the omniit- i the ll.k and along the .lerse
; ; (Ws quests wereu" -n"r lhl n! wnt" man-v snoo-
'.made to call on the parties again.
. . OT1 artlet aeai.
Vot n)v aro the people of El Paso
workinK for ti14 carnival but the out :
.. Hnle are discussing it with
much interest. The newspapers in
Texas. New Mexico and Arizona men-
iojllfj it frequent Iv and the fact that !
.. w Kie le bf.8l .ntrrtaiu-!
ment in the way of a carnival ever
'seen in this country is tieing heralded
of the White Oaks :
who has been in eastern Tex-
. i .
several weeks returneil last
iiight ami reports that the carnival is
...'. . u
ail the talk in mat country. He says
ne wag afikw manv questi011a at Ial-
laa. BI1(I Antonio fair8 anl at I
OIIHton an Galveston about it ami
antu.nafes the lareest crowd ever see.
in this city. I
.. . . .
i Mr. Alexander says that it was ac-
tually a siinirise to him to find so
...... . tthi..i. n p
teachers at the convention here last
ne He that (.onvention was
worth an incalculable amount to El i
PaBO all( t win Im tne raUHe of many
people coming here this winter. He
was at the state fair at Dallas from
the ojx-iiing to the closing and re-
mained at San Antonio until the close
of the exmiitlon there and says that
El Paso is the most w
.idely known anil
cussed point at
most extensively disc
teaKt n tne Pntire 8tatP.
Unndav moraine the miliwnmmlituu!
0f the carnival association will begin
canvassing the town and it is hoped
that sufficient money will be raised to '
m-t nil r .tD .!"
j vvn i koi in uillu
Lentz Alleges that Tomklns Spent
Too Much Money
COLI'MIU S. Ohio. Nov. lo lntz
will attempt to unseat Tompkins for
the alleged violation of the law and
corrupt practices on election dav. al-
leging that more money
than was wrmitted by law to Iw spent
during the campaign.
MRS PINKHAtVS SON
Proprietor Of the Medicine Com
psny Is Drad
LYNN. .Mass.. Nov. 10 Chas. H
Piiikham. proprietor of the Lyndia E.
Pinkham medicine company died this '
morning aged :M. He was a veteran '
Men Enlisted For Pbillpine Service
Disappear d. j1
COLI MBL'S. Ohio. Nov. 10 Of six
hundred and tirty men recruited for . I
the Philippines and who were to have j
started for San Francisco over 500 de- j
serted last night and cannot lie found i
Much Dam3ge to Shipping
Along the Atlantic
Several Swil owed up by
the Waves Waterspouts
In Narragansett Bay
NEW VOHK. Nov. 10 Winter's first
' js whJ.h w.rRl
yfr.Uy. did a lo
sded on the country
lot of harm.
It paralysed telegraphic communica-
on. wrecked a number of ships and
caused coi.siderabl damage ashore.
i In th:s vicinity a cold wave swept
seventy-two mile hurricane
r " " """"" or "rVP
Th" si-!oo:i-r tl rover Cleveland went
:i i:c :r S:indy Honk and a sloop.
witii wMrJi other cri'.ft was scurrying
for shelter was carried ashore there. I
nua"' f H h. h
Near Atlantic City a big schooner.
is unknown is I
i ashore. Her position is perilous. Sloop
Viciorine is ashore
Cove and the American liner St. Paul.
jw":ii!e on her way up East river to the
" narrowly es-
pmiiiil I'lnLriimr int.. n 1 ...... ...
eei. i ne gaie carneii tne greni IMilK
u -I'W" saved the ship Horn in-
ml.er of wre Ks are reported
" h" N"W nK:'d Cor-
"e.'"S X n''- 8 T0-fKjter
"alnbow is ashore at Bristol. U. I.: the
sloop yawl Adele is also ashore there.
-n impressive icaiure or the storm
1 rovileni- They rushed up the bay
with a tremendous speed. The largest
Hicoi.iing to eye witnesses was
least ::oi feet high.
Steel Plate Manufacturers Advance
NEW YOKK. Nov. 10 Announce-
""'n ls m:"ie l"'ay of the formation of
a "tM 1 panl 'nHlrtlnB of all the
iinncipai steel and iron plate manu-
factures or the country fourteen in
The combine at once advanced the
!'rine of la''s from $l 'z: Xo f
GAOE TO RETIRE
i Charles A
Pawes Will B
HIs f uc
NEW YORK. Nov. 10. It is reliably
reported that Uage will retire from the
cabinet in January and that Charles
A. Dawes the present comptroller uf
the currency would succeed him.
j Bryan Polled Nearly Thirty Thous
DENVER. COLO.. Nov. lo The lat-
est state returns give Bryan u net plu-
rality of 2!.3r: Orman. for governor
Herald job iie. PLone Hi 2 rings.
I The Population of El Paso-
The enumeration of the city just i.iilcted bv the home directory
& company disclose the fact that all estimates of the population or El
Paso hitherto maintained are entirely ..... ...r.
f In the new directory there will be close to 10.000 names the. exact
llKiire- cannot lie given until the compilation is completed. On the ba-
sis of lO.fMIO names and allowing a multiple of 3. the population of' the
city would In; 30.000.
A multiple of 3 is lower than is used anywhere in the I'nited States
The multiple of 4U twins generally accepted but the lower figure is
adopted here on account of the large proportion of males. The multi-
ple of 3 is. however if anything tc low. since it allows but two women
or children for each male.
This enumeration is the most careful and painstaking ever made
the splendid (showing of the populataon that will be made in the direc-
tory of the local company being ample evidence of the fact.
tngland Welcomes the Com-
mander Home From South
Assembled .at South Hamp-
ton to G'eet Him and
Witness th-? Army
SOUTHAMPTON. ENC... Nov. 10.
General Sir Red vers Buller. who ar-
rived here from South Africa last night
was today escorted by the mayor and
corHration to Herley institute where
the freedom of the city was conferred
An enormous crowd gathered about
the institute and cheered Buller en
Alter the ceremony the general took
the train for Aldershot. wher he will
review the field maneouvers this af-
ternoon. All railroads are running special
trains from Loudon and other points
carrying over 50.000 people to the ma
Kravry Of the Poers Excites Adml
ration Of Lord Uobrts
LONDON. Nov. 10. Lfrd Roberts re-
Mrts another fierce engagement with
Boors: this time east of Pretoria on
the Delagoa railroad. The reort is as
Dorrion had a long and severe ac-
tion for two ilays with the Boers near
Belfast. The Canadian dragoons gal-
loped two miles tnd seized an essen-
tial position just in the nick of time.
Later an unprecedented event in
this war occurred: Two hundred
mounted Boers charged the Canadians'
rear guard and captured eighteen of
the Canadians who were compelled to
He on their faces while the Boers re-
moved their dead so that they would
not see the amount of the Boers' loss-
es. The prisoners r kindly treated and
wire later released.
Our losses were S killed ami 32 woun-
ded. A0NIT0R ARKANSAS
Launched anc ann Christened This
NORFOLK. Nov. 10 The monitor
Arkansas was launched at the Newport
News ship yards at high water this
She was christened by Miss Bobbie
Newton Jones daughter of Governor
Dan. Jones of Arkansas who with his
family and staff and other Arkansas
state officials witnessed the launching
Governor Taylor of Virginia was
unable to attend.
A luncheon to the Arkansas guests
at the Warwick hotel followed the
DUN IS DEAD
Head Of the Great Commercial
Agency Is No More.
NEW ORK. Nov. 10 R. G. Dun.
head !' Dun's mercantile agency died
at 1 oc lock this morning in his old
home h ie of cirrhosis of the liver and
of heart failure.
Uriels printed just
right at The
The I lei alii leads the wav.
WOODS OF PRAISE
EL PSO FIRE DEPARTMENT COM-
PLIMENTED IN HIGH TERMS.
Captain Smith the Wnl Known In-
surance Adjuster Says It Is the
Most fclflcl n In Texas
Captain Sam O. Smith fire in-
surance adjuster for Trezevant and
Cochran of Dallas is in the city and
stated to the Herald this morning as
"In all my exeperience in Texas and
other states I have never yet seen so
little property destroyed by fire as in '
"This is du entirely to the efficiency
of your fire department. Your depart-
ment has done t-ome work here that is
not appreciated by the public in gen-
eral but which bears commendation.
Take for instance that fire in the rear
of Nagley and Lyons undertaking es-
tablishment on the evening of the 24th
of October. Ther were two bales of ex-
celsior in that room besides any
amount of light stuff that would burn
very easily and it was a myracle that
the room where the fire started was
saved Still it was done and the El
Paso fire department is continually do-
ing such work.
"It shows that the men are under the
direction of a chief who knows his
business anil that the men are willing
and hard workers. It also shows that.
the department is well equipped.
"You can't praise the EI Paso fire
department too high in my opinion
for thv certainly deserve every thing
nice that can be said about them."
"When it is taken into consideration
who the gentleman quoted above is. it
may be seen that he is responsible for
every word he says. Captain Smith is
an old insurance adjuster and travels
all over this state and often into other
stat-s a.ul knows what he ia talking
In the last three years El Paso has
not been visited by a fire that has done
over JV00O damage and still there have
been any amount of blazes that had it
not been for the great work of the de-
pearmcnt. would have caused a loss of
several times that amount.
Went For Mc 1nl-y By Eiabt Thou-
sand OMAHA. Nov. 10. Reports at 1
o'clock indicate that McKinley carried
the state by eight thousand majority;
the candidate for governor by five
thousand and that the republicans
have a majority of ten on the joint bal-
lot in the legislature.
No Evidence That the Wife's Affec-
tions Were Alsenated
Special 11siati'h '
SANTA KB. N. M.. Nov. 10 Judge
K. W. Parker today for want of evi-
dence. dismissed the suit against R. C.
C.ortner and T. E. Curtin for $20000
each damages for alienating the af -
factions of the wife of Patrick laough- j
A SPEEDY TRIAL
SUPT. rMRTJWN SAYS THAT
WHAT LEWIS WILL 6ET.
It Is the 6en:ral Opliljn tiat Mex
ico Cannot Afford to lonore the
Demands of the State Depart
ment at Washincton
Superintendent Hartnian ot tne jipx-
ican Central returned to Chihuahua
this morning after a visit to his wife
at the Orndorff. Mr. Hartman says he
. . . : .
hopes to see rcngineer Lewis wno is
in jail in Juarez have a speedy trial
ind expects to see him released when
the facts are put before the court.
"Lewis is no more at fault for the
accident mat occurred at Chihuahua
than you ar I." he said this morning
"and malice is at the bottom of the
whole affair. We have every evidence
that the Mexican was drunk when his
f'(Mt was cut olf and he will not be able
to throw the blame on any one."
Mr. Hartman thinks that since the
Hitter has. been brought to the at-
tention of the state department at
Wushingoii lewis will be released
without trial and that no similar cases
win ne nearu ot soon.
i "The law it not at fault." said Mr.
1 Hartman. "but individuals are at the
bottom of it. The state department
at the City of Mexico does not know
I of these cases and if it did every man
in jail in ..Mexico now would le released
on short notice. I he laws of Mexico
;are all right but some of the judges
take these things in their own hands
and nroceed without the law "
. V hile I otiviil Wenriliek ii-'.cs iinmlt..
eu a speeuy trial a week ago tor lewis
:tlie man is still in jail and no trial
has been had. The judge seems to be
' - uaa.a aAfeO I a V 10 T
dieted that when he receives notice
rrom the department at Mexico City he
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Japan's Minister Says China
Must Now Be Di-
vided. IS ONLY SOLUTION
Chinese Puzz'e. Also
Claims to Expect More
Trouble in the
LONDON. Nov. 10 The Japanese
minister in an interview today says
the powers will be compelled to dis-
member China as this is the only so-
lution to the problem.
He also says trouble is sure to break
out again as soon as winter is over.
Furniture At Republican Head-
quarters to 4a Sold.
NEW YORK. Nov. 10 Republican
headquarters are breaking up today.
All furniture is being moved to auc-
tion rooms to be sold Mondav.
Democrats ln.is the state Is Theirs
By 4000 Votes
LOtlSVILLE. Nov. 10 The truth
about the Kentucky situation is just
Democratic managers say Beckham
is elK-ted by 4000 votes and have closed
headquarters and gone home. They
say Beckham will be governor.
ilryan gets the vote of the state elec-
Blackburn takes bis seat in the sen-
ate and Kentucky c;m be counted sr.f?-
ly democratic from this time on !?.
publican managers are still active but
AT THE PLAY
ministry's Today and Ton ght and
Choice Comedy Monday At the
Negro minstrelsy has undergone a
remarkable evolution in the past few-
years. The Rierqrds and Pringles gi-
gantic minstrel aggregation that ap-
pears at the Myar opera house this af-
s lne most re
I markbe evidence of its many chang-
n? ? P6"0" lt ha
I tamed under th n-
1 nont . " ' . "" '"anage-
.ty tut-1 leu a uiainS nillPk pnor.
n . . t pkk ener-
Since the advent of this enterprising
firri in this line of entertainment a
new impetus has been given to it and
today It is one of the most ponular
I forms of amusement before the nuhlie
It cleverly caters to all tastes and ages
and carefully avoids giving offense to
It is a laughing intoxicant from start
to finish not one dull moment from the
rise to the fall of the curtain. The
acts are of a high standard and em-
j " c ""K'"B. oancing. comefly. gym-
nasts. champion evele skating aerial-
jsts. Quartettes. Th ir mn..
...... . . ... . .
enj . lne Black Watch ririli a
nl"ul)Pr f bright original end men
lurnish a feast of fun with their own
This company carries its own big or-
chestra of string instruments besides
two big brass bands.
Harry Corson Clarke the comedian.
who is to play EI Paso again appearing
who is to plav in El Paso again
I?" at the Myar opera house on Mon-
. . .
ay' NoTeral"r Uth- a believer in
Kivin" the public the worth of their
money and he has spared no expenses
this his most successful effort
!.-. ..... .
hor every ro1e ne has enBl the
niotit '"'"petent artist available while
for tn feminine characters he selected
a veritable flower-garden of beauties
The five ladies who appear in his
... . . .
MHort oulfl a " strong compet-
itols in beauty show in any land and
as tor their irowns "even s:rlnmn
..it vs.. i . .
. ... ..
A ozen orth ami ehx
duction. and are a feast for the
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