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Des Moines Daily News (Newspaper) - September 4, 1901, Des Moines, Iowa Only ONE MONTHS wo THREE MONTHS BOo ONE MONTH DES MOINES DAILY YESTER DAYS ISSUE TWENTIETH YEAR NO 252 DES MOINES EVENING SEPTEMBER 4 1901 LAST EDITION ONE CENT Colombian Government Seriously the MRS LEGGETT IN LONDONS SMARTEST IN THREE MONTHS BUFFALO Sept Francis H Leggett the Amer ican woman who in the short space of three months has attained an eminent position in Londons most exclusive social circles is now in this country on a visit She will return to the English capital this fall and will be a recognized leader of British swell dom FELL INTO A GORGE IS UNINJURED NEW YOKK Sept a fall of eighty feet into the gorge of the falls in the Catskill mountains yesterday Miss Caroline Sehroeder of Brooklyn was found to be unhurt save for a few bruises to a special to the World water plunges over a precipice 280 feet in height on one side of the gorge is a shelf rock jutting out 80 feet below the summit Kiss too near the edge lost her balance and fell The people saw her body whirl downward They saw it rest for a moment in the balsam boughs and then disappear in the midst of the dense foliage below Throe men descended on ropes and found the young woman unconscious Physicians in attendance how ever said that while severely bruised she would suffer no serious results NEW YORK Sept brief cable mention of the recent sinking of the Col gunboat La Popa has been supple by further particulars regarding the accident by mail says the Tribune Gen Joaquin Velez governor ol Bolivar charges that La Popa was sunk by rebels and has caused the imprisonment of the four survivors charging them with com in the plot The government has used every endeavor to suppress the de tails of the wreck La Popa was carrying troops from Cartagena to and none ol them was saved The warr fillip which went clown about 60 trom the port of also carried a cargo of a half million cartridges and 1000 rifles the loss of which will be seriously felt by the government The sinking of Ln Popa also cripple the naval fighting force as Colombia recently sold the Cor dova which was her largest ship and is now left with only one gun boat of account This is the General Pinzon formerly the American sle n Namouna One hundred thousand dollars has been sent to Gen Velez from with which to purchase another vessel STEEL TRUST PRESIDENT LIS TENS 70 PROPOSALS II is my belief that the Colombian gunboat will never come back over the bar at It is very easy to go in but so difficult to go out that steamboat of the river has been practically prohibited Gen Albano committed a grave mistake when he carried her Col Revolutionary Agent I BY MITCHELL AND GOMPERS TWO LA BOB LEADERS VISIT NEW OFFICES SILK RIBBONS WORSTED BRAID GO WELL TOGETHER AS ON ONE SUIT police Judge Called on to Decide Ownership of a Wo man Wouldnt Try it On II is simply think Unit any street n willi Kill n tlin slock u nil tilt ill t saythe fact Hint In Taylor pill dress mi anil its Hies to court refused In Hint mil to Miss thti his morning in tin In u of I of for v Mr ownership of i Mm lias rips anil learn also tell al 1 like if Mint III iors were real until lie tint his tinkers III smcs is In comt lio lorn tills anil place tits in tin of this skirt and all as In ownership for how a nail skirt wu of Sut Hial one was tu Itf turn In pieces said Hive It to her I nee my put tu Hero lines mil fear to put It on tills Simply sin It clues not lit her Attorney for lln Hint Mrs Tny lor In Into possession of Miss dress ot her hull ni Initial in llm tiF u lyt of teaspoons anil n sugar On the other Hie ii Hie lalite hail lieen worked In the eloth went out n Hie of nut This n shun at tlie fij lln who of till four the iler REV Sioux City Minister Announces Ho Will Take oC AntiSaloon SIOUX H C of iHn mi Ills ni MiC ency pf llin Iowa Stuto Mint lie It ID IOWA BY GARMENT WORKER IS ALONG Prof Jenks of the Industrial Com mission Also Lends His Assist ance at the Conference at of in Ilio great live Is in ss ill tile of tin Stales Steel Tile In the Chas M Steel of the call of of the Mine as tlie Secretary It M Knaley of anil Willie seire nf Hie workers Hie eon ferenee ivas this inul was for liy Suel anil lolin nlin are to be in lichnlf of 1 the this and wen hy Messrs silil rile town at 1 loek and at tlie of the males Steel ioriioi lion Thoy were liy Mr mil some ofthe of the 1111 anil the Xine or the in Insien I BACE TRACK GAMBLERS PAY NO ATTENTION TO ORDER Injunction Issued Tuesday was Not Obeyed and tlie Court Wants to Know Why ST LOlIS Sept of the circuit court issued an this after the al Halt lo In at oclock Saturday thiy should not he uf in failin by him anil ilay Tim iiiiiii resell Arado Her Kyle and a cause punished for lo the on Ilium ii Sippy lln o the tin iiy and who to DES AMES from this City are At tending the Iowa State tural College This Year lies Melar is well ieproselileil this year in the liiva Slate College of il Aits n Anies finite at from Hila are IV M Doll alii ll Slouner K W V II 1 Hun W 1 Mott V A T livine Ill 1 A L U Kelsey A Ij Cook Conk 11 I1 II Mil ler n 11 tto Kl ilon I ll I L A I II i1 K II I Johnson t Van W P Miller A I1 1 X 1 A iler A li Mary RICH of the in net In was still In session at to lime haii neni for SWI 4 DR RESTREPO CONVEYS START LING INTELLIGENCE ARMY OF 20000 SOLDIERS WELL ARMED AND EQUIPPED FOBOE IS READY LINES OPPOSE Will be Attacked by Land and by Sea and Is Expected to Pall Easily MOW of of Ilic in liii liy lun mitt if nil well of a start HUE in soon to iMl Tin I Hint ti Tor Dr Ucs of liar fv In this diy lie in we now an army of men well anil Mti lui tinil to unr tva to on his of nf i I i on with s is mi hi Vnl Al which is the nf flic uf ivilli i Of we with n force of PLUCKY WENT FLY BOBBERS BOOTY ON HIS LOCOMOTIVE COTTON BELT THIEVES RAN OFF WITH THE ENGINE SIX MEN IN A BOLD HOLDUP Express Car Blown With Dynamite and the Valuables Carried Off in Two Sacks Kepi 1A special to from Ark The up tin Roll it lasl lo tn the Sulphur river inov the line II iin the liow they from hn ex press cur Insl II io into i lie UI H f ion in this and ion of In St loniu rosul six instead of live men tip the train last night Tex blowing un the safi in the ini dynamite wo of loot This hey to Hie been the oilier lo pnl nut tin bv robbers nil Him off and loui chaise of Ihn online twti ni knew ut as he did The en wriM in full sliced followed In on i eaf lie Inui from a switch lionse morning lie came with is four from the scene of he The kept it the it Texas for trucking escaped con victs tti scene of tin robbery un a special train icn Supi Fuller of the sife M Hell blown up and robbed lie ud no of the All he knew was Unit did mL loss heavy for he very SARAH DAINTY MAUD ADAMS H M M f 4 4 4 NEW Sept Maud Adams the famous Ameri can actress is greatly disappointed at the intelligence that Mme Sarah has given up the idea of taking the part of Romeo to Miss Juliet ns previously arranged Miss Adams is now preparing to take the part of Rosalind in Shake speares As You Like It CHUN READS A YELLOW LETTER TOTHE EMPEROR i HI sis BATTLESHIP IOWA SEAT OF STRIFE The Killing Is Said by Witnesses to Have Been Done in Self Defense Hcpl tln n on wni shot ami hy X Jr Two of took In iit In Inn to kill on inul n in Ills wait III I lie uel of Ills Into n room by II lie killed N 1 Hell Jr Itt n sm of oni lln mni In ii driver of und anno to lulu dtf trom Mobile Al SAN Sept steamed at full speed over 3374 miles of wator tho j States battleship is now the Isthmus of Panama whore she will order in tho ensuing trouble between Venezuela and Colombia The United States gunboat Machias Is at tho same time in the waters of Colon The policy of this government is well defined in a note of Secretary I Hay made public in substance late yesterday afternoon Wo shall not interfere in tho internal trou bio of tho South American republics but our warships will protect American citizens POTSDAM Sept Chun visited the Mausoleum at today and placed wreaths on the tombs of the Em and Empress Frederick Emperor William received Prince Chun at noon in the presence f of royal princes Baron von Richthofen the foreign secretary the J principal and generals and the court dignitaries The i read n letter written in yellow ink to the emperor i on going to the audience passed through the Jasper f gallery between lines of guards A of Honor had been drawn up outside the palace and r presented arms with the band Prince Chun emerged r The envoy had passed down the lines of troops saluting in Chinese fashion with folded hands SWIFT WATER CAUGHT WILLIAM 0 GATES HIS WIFE Girl Was But 14 Years Old and Swift Water Already Had One Wife Living SAN I in Hly II SIHI liv t Ti n III illr lily II Is Sivin Will r IIIII I in lii of lln In l PUSH CARTS UNDER THE BAN City Ordinance Passed Yesterday Knocking Out this Method oC Getting Trade ean lie in tin town for Mile f any oilier lins nn It anil eon Him were earls In wf anil only piy sill ll real for the anil It an as have to pay rents for store rooms Tho Hie movement I knock mil Hie push THEY Russian Insurance Companies Will Wot Insure Struc tures linn vlll ifusi In In nl Insurance ne houses nil ae r losses tiy lasl summer They also thai af li will tie all increase ill lov Ip Ml Hie lleell nil Ihls year I CHARGED SELLING OLEO Dairy Commissioner Norton Causes Arrest at Clinton for Selling Oleomargarine of Hairy Vollon Henry luie inoin Inn with selling COLORED BISHOP MADE THEM MAD CITY ECUMENICAL COUNCIL Former Mayor of Sheffield in His Welcome Declared That Hell is Let Loose in Africa nt d il Kpl lIlie it was in l the t scy Cny lie deelared Hiere un foof on the if in the pinion which ihn Me recapitulat inures nf fhe year declared ninety negroes Ivnrhcd ijl only eleven Uad on while s loud dicers HIP Knir went while did Us with Die toin of Sir Charles Skel i f ilie Americans crit in Smith Africa n Snulli to ft ninke DESPONDENT AT 24 YEARS E L Thomas on the Northwestern Committed Suicide by Shooting at Clinton Sepl 1 10 L Thomas employed liy us last hy himself In Hie Thomas was old ind JEWELS STOLEN Bobbery of McMullen Hotel at That Place Is Reported to the Des Police 1 irW of Is reported lust n tile lintel nt WrlKlu ill Him of lie Forecast for cloudy with probably showers Thursday and in western portion tonight southerly winds Des and cloudy tonight probably Thursday stationary
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