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Cedar Rapids Republican, The (Newspaper) - November 21, 1903, Cedar Rapids, Iowa THE CEDAR RAPIDS REPUBLICAN VOL 88 CEDAR RAPIDS IOWA NO 125 I that he might be a witness lo his no one knows but wlee took a pot at the lad sending a bullel Into the back of head and killing him instantly placing a rock under his victim's head a sign agreed upon to show the deed was Horn's the murderer rode on o kill father but failed to find Four months later Horn was ed and made a full confession to ity U S a noted scout and hunter Horn at he tune was arranging to go to Mt ana where he had been engaged rustlers out of the way and to convince loafers that an expert In the kll line In order to gel a recommendation rom the officer whom he supposed was H of hfB own stripe that he made the confess I oji In statement he detailed every murder dial he hail com- mitted from Ilia first killing lo the putting to of tlie NickelL boy According to his story his first vie tim was a lieutenant In the Mexico army During his residence on the Mexican border Horn made frequent trips into Mexico with Uncle Sam's troops On one of these visits he j the lieutenant In Mexican over Uic affections of a beautiful MICHEL ANGELO Mexican KirL Next A MEMBER OF THE MAFIA on the border and In ho came to Wyoming at the head of a PETER MORTENSEN OF SALT LAKE CITY IS SHOT FIVE LETS IN HEART TOM HORN DETECTIVE AND MURDERER HANGED CONVICTED OF MANY CRIMES SPRINGS HIS DEATH TRAP at home when engaged In bis work fir fruit vendor lU CO That he was the lion of tha Is the opinion ield by many even Italians He came from Termini and this known as a hotted of the If any of Ills friends knew that he be- longed io however they refuse to admit It and when ON TO Ul shoulders as to say It 19 me o say about It- One thing that indicate that was murdered tion of some society is the lhat when lie left the home of StS Western avenue made his home he said that he was a the society IS UNITED STATES MUST WITHDRAW OR FIGHT SAYS CANDIDLY THAT IT WILL BE A SECOND WAR they deem GENERAL DRAKE at any thins less prices ire EOod the receipts for the 5 per in the sross rst half of Novembe While the favorable developments of ite fact roust not be overlooked that labor troubles gloomy for EX-GOVERNOR OF IOWA PASSES AWAY MISS IS A And She Has Gone Over to Paris Purchase a Count New York Nov erly awaiting an authorized ment ot the seine nt of Con- stance daughter of the Baroness to Count de of Paris which Is expected to be forthcoming tt the closing down Of the Iron snd TROUBLE WITH besides blast furnaces and leather ANO TROUBLE WITH Urea fortune Is a anil j tanneries and hesitancy j OLD CONQUERED of outdoor sports Eho I itl lhc buying of all tor her riding arc factors the In- T as a few of the as well aa commercial Including flour exports for TUESDAY HE WAS ON STREETS he were bushels against OF bushels Ihls week last year Far the twenty of the bushel 3 Thirty-seventh avenue This was in four blocks of where he was dered Whether his friends were CAN CALL OUT MEN iN A FORTNIGHT vent to the bridge of the MAKES THE PLEA THEY WERE TALKS FREELY OF AROUSED COLOMBIANS Nicholas Tomasso the Latter Refund tc 1 the Organisation hand of 50 desperate ered In Texas and along the Mexican border to participate in what is known jas the Johnson county ment of the cattle to drive out the Powder ri Nate Champion and Ed Hay to attend a secret a etr Is not known When the of the murder was SETTING BAD PRECEDENT broken Battalia a BAU of the murdered man by CInit and a Journal reporter he was ed for a moment He to put some bravado and I care a later when the awful import of the In- formation dawned upon him bo broke down and wupt like a killa niy he sobbed Sho them to me What aid they hi O my poor brother he visited the county reorg anil claimed the remains will be over to him us toon as the cor- jury can fee E Bait Utah I alleged were killed Declares It Have the Effect Colonies members of the set excel her She awarded the ribbon or being the best dancer at ino nt last Count de who la liven ur years oW and n French army ot- cer spent the summer at Newport sailing for France In to be the of lore's mother at her port Villa N Y O IS TO BE SOLO Speculation Tn Circles As Buyer Nov is rable speculation tn ra aa to who will come Into of York and Ottawa Is to he at public auction at Kt He pis Falls Although tha Ottawa anJ Sew division operated out the ordeal He there strapped a chair facing a most conclusive evidence that hind rifle men thc but no one dared to Before the order to fire him he made a declaring his Between ISOt and the Three bullets pierced waa variously employed Death was instantaneous as n stock detective Ills The execution of Mortensen was In duly being to Ett rid of rustic hands of sheriff Emery of Salt sheepmen To his deadly aim are nt county time he the deaths of Lad been inundated with applications Powell sheepmen In Colon Nov had an afternoon General Rercs the distinguished Co i came to the 1st THE MURDER DISCOVERED H body was found 11 last night on on a bridge by J D Donahue of hli avenue H to for the The corpse was already stiff and inn his utmost to amicably ild and thc bridge where U fairs He sa Ift Colombia despera bushels In ARRANGING FOR ANOTHER GIFT Corn TO DRAKE UNIVERSITY bushels a year ago for lUe weeks of toe 000 bushels in j FOR HIS WILL HAD B G Dun's Weekly Review of Trade will eay Lator organizations are reductions 111 waffs controversy which has renewed ind in several oi nro more but In the there Is little ol literal buying until i work Is The weather still checks FOUGHT BACK DEATH Msn Who Gava of Pubic have fell lhan as a separate corporation Mr act that owns thA reaction lock and bonds of bolh lines material and other IT- i that the purchaser of X V O while new ship building 111 taka over both The Delaware and Hudson Is believed to have nn eye on the ty for by the construction of a con- line of fifty-five miles tt the moM direct line from New York to the Adirondacks ana Canada he Panama canal are en- good t MEXICAN FREIGHT RATE CUT lay looted veritable shambles sness of a tin If i men i o granted to net as later Kiward Campbell was he If thi the blood I government realized the serial At the death was found to establishing li have resulted from twenty-one stabs and Panama He H would wounds scattered over the cheat the ambition of the German neck and face The wounds showed Grande Do Sul Brazil ot No Longer Need of tKe Fifteen per Cent Relief for Roadt City ot Nov of tlie Government revoking fnt order the railroads lo advance In 1500 Out of a large number he and Horn was the Elected six pood shots These men Hash and Ishim Dart ranchmen for duty last night Their m Colo were murdered was kept secret and thc anil waa 011 thc ground He ad- est precautions were taken In this there it since Tha selected for the rome known that wealthy north end of hired to put the men out of the was erected At the time of the Horn tent furnished with cup Inside the who slock long linen dusters and macks They included In their membership were the to enter the yard this the men of Wyoming Col and did not leave until nnd Nevadi body had been I The of Horn cost one the had county it 1s estimated tli men were furnished rifles aum from the garrison amary the six I him rifles five with ball and appeal to thc with a Thc men troke jail after a which as spent to cler the ma loi Is inclined to independence Many oM said lie Admiral C vere enough lo have that Colombia would not alone Their number ami to land troops Isthmus until he lhat the assassin did reached Washington with almost Incredible r also Admiral Coghlan said nd receipt tor S uels of 3133 Irving avenue the dead man's to Identification was signed by F J S fo loiter und It the result of a the weapons from a rock none nn under sheriff but know Ins was the harmless I plots to After Mortensen WJB turned over covered anil f the the condemned man terrific battle with d that In the pockets was found in cash which showed that the motive leaded revolver in one pocket showed that he had stricken and had no chance lo defend himself The lonely spot where Hie murder was committed and unlikelihood tori of white paper with a black In the center over hearL HP then stepped back nnd the next In Emery signal elx reports out Five bullets took effect and Mortensen toppled over dead thc boiy was to tha prison charel In attendance held an The crime for the penalty waa the murder of James If on night of Dec- 16 llay was of the Pacific with which firm Mortensen In capacity ot tig contractor bustness Both belonged to the same Mormon Sunday school Mortensen n teacher In the class Prior murder told Hay call house and he would ta tip note for held V company The day exhibited the note but Hay was Thc theory that Hay had the money was cx- pIoxteA two days later when his was found butted In a pasture residence The man made the discovery went to tensen anil secured his assistance In exhuming the of murdered Hay had been from be- hind The trial lhat followed thc was one of the most OF BLOODY DEED lhat IT my efforts at nt concerning thp to United Etates would fight the entire Colombian and may a the mce of ths Colombian the the Colombian to Panama city I am sure will receive the support all J t rto not lust lino w what my con action TV but I am soing to freight rales 15 per cent became op- today Tlie implication of the to raise their rales IS it was granted by the of the high price of exchange which greatly depreciated the if loads It 1 exchange fell below 2.20 the pec cent of rates would go The increase of rates wen Into effect Sept I and since that there has been a fall In change The government believes it continue for some tim to and there vIs therefore n longer relief for the railroads BIBLE READING PROHIBITED Nebraska De- Against School Lincoln The supreme court of today Issued a amus the teacher school No 21 In Gaga r not to read the Orders t gradually for hip and Woolen goods II B of a lower temperature Me e tne tone Is not finu Failures this week 13 n the United States at Killed cf MaRa Geneva III Nov i illegal Angela by his o n on one men who of Police of dur the troubles southern several years o iv h need here today for the at as he had disobeyed the orders In Honn Ci Tomasso to es con was to m killing of i tiu lo i he rt t ie last moment nd t after ut to a go hi to hunt dosyn Toina 50 IB found it Aurora fter a ons search and work as hand foreman ot the ganff One is found in a head been crushed with was and af tor his confes of Nov 31 after Miners of diabetes lor lime lias dangerously III at hSs home ul b end a return of the trouble Kith army wound complicated a cold years old his recovery had been considered very doubtful daughter Mrs J Sawyers were called home from New KIs son Frank and daughter Mrs T A have already arrived from His daughters Mrs and Mrs George at hla bedside General Drake up town Tuesday s for MI ANTONIO CESTO ARRESTED AT MINNEAPOLIS FOR MURDER POLICE NONPLUSSED BY LOWING A TRAIL OF BLOOD persi THE MARKS SUDDENLY LOST AT STREET INTERSECTION In One of the features the testimony John Sharp father-in-law of Hay thai he knew t because It Ltd froth the of a Dead Blood on Door to ot a sworn road ago The to begin work on a well i upon subject that had bei done as the nature of the knife wounds show that they 1 been by a blade of peculiar lon and after the style of those ably used by Mafia In carrying om heir sentences of Battalia hart been a resident of the Ity for four years and n the fruit business kee on the street all times He was well known among the Italians becoming popular in Italian circles Recently he made application to Join lodge and i receipt A get ar 1 if it ocre not for the Amar could ths in a 1 would rather for honor rid In of the nil than hands folded her lose the COLOMBIA AND the Mafia is who arc of on that The case was tried court deciding slept and in th to murder th ago the hat imparted in the public school teacher continued to read the Bi Freeman lor a writ of n ols ible anJ CONFER I the revealed it to him In a vision Throughout tte purely The Traa appealed to the The execution was hc ninth 1 In history of Utah the third pince of this number tight were lo shot to he hanged Tom Death SOT Horn celebrated scoul and In- dian trailer the man who States io Ibe of the Apache of In thc Porto mean campaign one lime friend of and Col W F ex- and slock detective of unequalled ability hired o of the tattle barons the west era plains bb man on the The crime for which he was sent I tha the murder of a the of a of iTut stamped Horn AS a veritable fiend devoid of any foi The murder lite In 1101 father hnd hidl a with Their in clashed mATu For sheepmen and tile men ta men off to be driven In thi evidence At tl WBS decided to put he ro longer oppose the nt J To Tom Horn forth bravely were to ft wedding or a ranch dance Thc Ms but on the way he inel father's U KM a fear on Italian who keeps a inker heU at police era under suspicion that he can of the of Salvator Jiho loily was on tbc nue bridge ut Jl o'clock list night was found by Detective and followed n trail of blood from sUfi of the dead body U his door and Moo ovci the knob all from that order was the clue lo his Identity He has it at avenue and ar brother whom he ed at SIS Western avenue DIETRICH SURRENDERS SURPRISED TO LEARN Of ACTION OF UNITED STATES edge the crime and willingly the In tracing mediate Hood from shop on St until It was lost at Dale street inJ University where It pears I hal the wounds had tipped The police do not lhat Cesio ihc munter ns he has at- established AH bul as he Is reticent In lo the matter trail of directly It c the that he tell a deal If he only cared 10 do r ha will formally placed under ar- MSI chatted in lh affair or will the way he the questions o of The trill of blood which led from the was and showed murderer hail receive He bled freely and fc a from eU of to the other as though h from exhaustion of How he received ciin only be conjectured dent that Iho dl nol a for the Inside of hot One severed from hand U Is and h it IM ul f s were on tnt ctms only Sunday ho mnn went o St and it of h countrymen on the bide ilc wa th upon whose doorknob nas Tho af the man thai thc know tf no of Salvatore an he WHS not In any lo affair which might furnish a moll for the by a jealous Ihc other hand siy liked and tl fellow given to and bul rather Inclined to thi Morning for Omaha Glva Himself Up D C Nov lor Dietrich will start for 10 morrow morning to surrender to th In that city because of hi Indictment on a chargo of In connection with the Dietrich hi assertion that he would demand an Im OF FORMER OF TRUE WRECK WAS EXAGGERATED Nov The casualties in the Bfg Four wreck near ivera Sixteen bodies were i the debris of the en known deaths It la not thai any more bodies will hi in the far as l can ba learned he fault lies with the crew he freight who had orders to the work train Whether the con- WANT CUBAN REFERRED TO COMMITTEE ON Luctor thi understood the Grder MEETING OF THE REPRESENTA ENTIRELY FRIENDLY At of the Conference They Arm Ba- Linet of Panama Soldiers man forgot them be brought Out until the Is made The Is sli SENATE DIVISION IS FINALLY SENT FOR EIGN RELATIONS TELLER ANNOUNCES HE EXPECT TO DEFEAT slfi of lo Ity suffering greatly but iron will persisted In to life connection with Drake was due to the In- fluence of Chancellor George G Car penter the first head of the institution and Governor sister Chancellor Carpenter appealed to at a time when Drake was in sore nerf of and gift bestowed was but of which up Into column It la estimated that h the In first save and added r endowment then r current gave r the new auditorium and for building the al anil has recently pre- for the bible and s Others Gov was In wor health he closed his term HE Iowa and It ivas the condition or Is health alone that caused him to use to the race for a 5 The last few of term In office vir t S lila eating at Mo on er the care of his physician Dr J tU s of who maae walch hls ion His diabetic trouble at time vas connexion with c an old army the he lived a plain He was oj family wen as and proved so much Gov t wis Inaugurated is Sis he to iSS and remained url II the at the i- lire 2 cold One or ot V Mm Bj TRIKE THE END TRONG OF TION OF TROUBLE Parties io the Controversy Mi Miking Every Effort Bring About a of In gf and Blisi Panama Nor conference ol the Colombian and Panama represent was opened and thc whole matter of the declaration of ence gore over The Colombians Ignorant of 10 true stale of affAira on the of of nlR and the of Stales They were of signing of the Ms Governor com- to them a he hail from the to hat the United Stales ami Independence the re- of Panama facts opened he Colombians to the their attitude towards the FIGHTING AT SAN DOMINGO D C Nov Th state department received dated IS Powell at San Domingo City there was fighting there and a French war had landed marines to protect the fore I Paris Nov loon was destroyed this by colliding with a f was uninjured that Any Pu pose of Revi ing Tarff by proc ty The Chicago III Nov iwo points a adjustment o street railway am Indication arc that thff will hal n will MW A virtual o has declared by bolh side chile present peace negotiation TO In and us nil Enle to making e cry to bring lo a end there a that will modified to such thai arbitration will follow K n sacral for thc company Clarence for strikers vert given by ride to acl for tha ta controversy HELPING TRADE held Its I- today be concluding at row t to trips has mad his homa here In The C T skiing of at and i The entire id In debating a fcr f foreign relations drawn Ms In- s h with his Henry and her family fie of t visaed It couH that Gov Drake slowly g ond becoming more But him in his tn the in the If he was in tha nol kopi at home bj tn lement or autumn or winter hi from his RETAIL TRADE AND JOBBING GREATLY QUICKENED RAILWAY EARNINGS STILL SHOW A GOOD INCREASE the enee and the doi cent the m ensure shouM com- ee TLie prevail ed without dh on The to out ip Incidental to the tie Its ot ln forenoon Toller Ion to cor- reel WM he has th a of a n of till or thai power which to intends unduly to obstruct of ace once body In and lets firm and stooped To bin go to than la his Ign committee but they are Ms united in the of nn opinion Wr A Rny 3 went ashort anil a alked to thc end ot the flo SOMEWHAT GLOOMY FOR BUILDING here a hundred republic In arms As the ers the The party afterward In Thc Tully this drawn up and of th and nij Canal Have Been Aid to Ine Shipbuilders and Machinery of hat juch should i I for of PIT his eyra hid lost they with fire that In the that was any of re- the lariff by MORGAN ON COMMITTEE p C W The HH eeds or rf 1C him In B In of any plas of or i- ho dated laVe BLEW HIS HEAD OFF Death nte Wis ot a In the of J camp mnn Johnson anil hurt twa more nead off other ot ite not WEATHER FOR IOWA D C Nov Saturday thc as metting more Ttw are In Ion and Menna te evl ed by the IMI they io i What Cav Drake liaj Given his Urak lhat r 11 n Ihn Of his for- th whAt a Literal hut n t Hr Publc No i v Mord In tht Ull yard er yet aleA at NEW BASEBALL N V It of ratio of rt minor the from minor I with lall
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