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Des Moines Daily News (Newspaper) - September 21, 1901, Des Moines, Iowa i J Only ONE MONTH DES MOINES DAILY NE YESTER DAYS ISSUE TWENTIETH YEAR NO 267 DES IOWA SATURDAY EVENING SEPTEMBER 21 1901 LAST EDITION ONE CENT CRITICISES OlD SEA DOS TALKS SHARPLY RAYNER SHOOK HIS FINGER HARPER TOOK TO THE MENACING ACT MEMORY Reference to Higgin 600 Had Said Had No Effect the Witness WASHINGTON Sept tho fore noon the of today witnesses were on tho stand Captain Harbor and the major lime was de voted to Uis by Air Itay He mineral tu Ills made yesterday concerning coaling at ob when Mr to refresh bis by quoting of the Massachusetts Admiral was recalled and modified his statement of yes concerning the distance the stood out to sea Me said that during tbo first portion of the was out about live miles during the anil miles at The witness maintained it hih recollection as stated yesterday that tin fleet was further out at than iu Hit day time When his attention was called to a contrary statement by Admiral the witness it was not material to him what Way other men hail helini estimate anu MEDICAL INSPECTOR RIXEY PICKS UP DEAD WHEELSMAN All Doubt About the Fate of the Hudson Dispelled bytte lind of a Vessel SAUIT STB Sept l fate of the In sn was HIO iteam ship C today with the of C Brooke cue tile Tile body picked lip train lie is to Sept j Inspector IP who was to attendance upon dent Buffalo and who splendid reputa tion while Mrs was ill on the coast some months ago will assume the duties of I surgeon general of the army upon the retirement of Dr Van appointment having been made just before Eresi dent Boosevelt departed from Canton for Washington wos not concerned the statements o others Then yon object to having your memory refreshed said Mr I said replied th witness am give my and I object to being spoken to In the you speak to me He also objected to Mr shaki his at liliu saying ho construed as n menace Admiral who yoi on the stand said that the Admiral Schley nearer at night dny Now do yon mill ti tain tunt you did not nearer a than the Certainly I gave you estimate I just to refresh memory It does not refresh at all EXPLOSION WRECKS A BOAT A Ferry Com Destroyed and Many Passengers In j ured G Vn 21A ft ferry boat running between BUKU fti pn little KH mi river blew n explosion oc currod was wit s from the it Pal Thn from that nobody were and injured Tli boat WAS C and was pro polled by fin noil Ig lift The boa Was completely l Layman of tho County Central Commit tee Rolling Urn county central morning formally a October 7 tu opening county At that time tile will be opened arrangements made holding a bis rally A caucus ban been ailed hi IIf si of the rani for the purpose of to succeed Iaik goes tu ark CLUNG OFF Captain W D of the Lost Schooner Jupiter Was Not Res cued on Lake Huron Sept Journal nrn Port W I of tho lost was not a mft on Litki Huron by tug IN hist night Additional Information from im Hint the inft upside down IT lien ltv ml tin occupants off BOERS KILL OFF ENGLISH BY THE SCORE PROCLAMATION IS TRAMPLED UNDER FOOT LIKE OPENING OF THE WAR SAY RAILROAD IS A GRAFT Bast Des Moines Citizens Prepare Remonstrance the Iowa Falls will be with the city council passage o Hie asked Ois tats and ruh il wlH be signed ny some of tin owners n Mast Des tieni are Co W D Ii Perkins Geo U John Hume Sir and others were circulated today tlie not to grant such Mr McDonald said There will be a strong in n t one that th council wont dare turn TYc want a railroad the not through Union Park and again will lilck against tracks bein laid Kaat Third street as planned In fuet us the whole thing i n to get some that wants into the eits and run through the coal aud brick industries to the and sell it for a big price FRIENDS SEE THE PRESIDENT Scores of People in Life Visit the Executive at the White House WASHINGTON i today from tin resUleuce law of the navy ar nj shortly Secretary Long Secretary and Secretary came almost upon hip the dent for a few room The doors of the white house closed tfi the bur of course was accorded to those who desired to see the president nil hou score of men in life had called to pay their respects aud to their yood wishes for ri WILL SELL PEANUT MACHINE Attorney Dunshee ClinTon Musgrave and Other Des Moines Men Make Slot Device Articles or for flic Mao will Oo filed county next week company which will foe nt West Second street wilt iu the facture of the mil bine found in the various The is R C is F S Pini viet E C tary a ml EXAMINERS Amendment is Filed to the Electrical Inspector Ordinance Before the Council Throe expert electricians will constitute the examining board to n city y inspector if thn 0 the ix were talked of sit tirst but now the incus ine wills for cue selected by the tbe Insurance companies antl tlie Commercial of will receive day for service will uji PLANT AGAIN American Sheet Steel Company Ban a Big Bluff on the Employes at Pa COLUMBUS Sent 21A to tho from Vn snys The Sheet Steel when it ordered tjie depart mont of the Aetna plant ai to The IK now returned und or ders liccn Riven duplication of It it onco in addition to other of tin which are to lie made POACHER SHOOTS ARCHDUKE Cousin of the Emperor Francis Jo seph Injured nt His County Seat in Hungary LONDON Sept lilA here today from Vfeiinn tin Archduke Frederick n cousin of Joseph nt hyn nt Ills country sent In Hungary Tlie bullet tlm of the duke did not injure Ieler Mils wUh Intent ti murder InKt night fur nud entering a If railroad cur SUCCESSES IN SAME AS ONCE BEFORE YoKK Sent IM Uriu slate factory 0710 stale and 20 western western Uyy LIVE STOCK BY TELEGRAPH Reports from Chicago Kansas City St Louis and South Omaha ST LOUIS Sent 00 Market and and bolters Texas and In llau steers cows and hellers 2000 Market ind Ditchers na ive lambs KANSAS cm sopt 00 market native beel teers and steers 7003 cows native and heifers and bulls calves ANGRY AT THE GOVERNMENT 4000 market r high cr bulk of John Bulls Subjects Frothing at the Mouth Conduct of South African Hostilities LONDON Sept While Mr lid Dr drafting up to President and the czar them ro intervene the lighting ai ling n South Africa by cele tlie of the period in which Loid Kitchener proclaimed they must render by four notable successes OS and men and cap taring live guns and 300 men The situa tion is singularly like tlie opening of the war two years ago the of tin gallie places lu the dispatches Maiou was ivus the scene ot a similar eighteen months back Acton the yesterday reappeared IS eighteen es of the curly hostilities and the national are mustering for the ot tbo Tugela as when General Joubert in Natal in In Cape Colony is again on south of iu territory trav by raiders pursuers ft governments publication of these re verses causes an outburst of exasperation against the conduct of tile war not i Africa but by the ministry The nt ministerial journals license the gov ot Frying to run this war on the cheap by not Lord with resources TRADE IN THE PITS WAS DULL AND FEATURELESS September 21 Month 1 Open I High j tow Wheit I T I Oct itay Low Ciml Ort Pec Dec May I Sept 1487 Oct 1400 May 1055 Spt Get 1025 Dec I 001 I 063 Jan 972 1025 10 Bb Jan May 000 8117 010 857 m JOOT 11002 002 052 885 Estimates 110 corn oats 134 boss 32000 Chicago Cash Prices 2 ml Xo X red Xo 2 bard No S 896 41 Ko 2 northern No 3 spring 07 1 northern sprint 2 US No 3 low No S yellow No 2 yel Li No white 7 Xo WA No bite No 3 No 4 white Todays corn 147000 oats 107000 St Louis Grain ST Sept Lower No 2 reil cash elevator track Sent Dec May No 2 bard No 2 SSfc track i Sept Dec Xo 2 cash 88 truck Sept Dec SSM May 40 Xo 2 5S Kansas City Grain Dee May a mixed No 2 wl 2 timothy choice prairie Liverpool Grain LIVERPOOL Sept No 2 red western winter steady 5s 1 nor spring quiet Sd No California TJS lid Futures steady Dec its Sd March firm American mixed new 5s Id futures inactive Oct 5s Vd Nov Hs Vd Dee us W Duluth Grain Sept No 1 hard No 2 IOP No 1 ior Hept Oct Dec May Chicago Grain CHICAGO Sept Dee Oct Minneapolis Wheat MINNEAPOLIS Sept Dec May 1 hard northern No 2 Peoria Grain Sept No B No 2 while St Louis Provisions ST LOUIS Sept job Chicago Flax Kept No 1 JIS No 1 S W Oct Corn and Wheat Region Bulletin 1 DliS Sept temperature Is the western and slightly lowoi in tho eastern portion of the corn am wheat occurred In ilie Columbus Louisville nnd iiart of Butter Eggs and Poultry CHICAGO Sent firm cream loss off eases Id Teed turkeys Kept chickens 7 7 4 creamery dairy cr 710 packers 0 ight ackers t hone Quotations im muttons stockers 21 Call 500 300 Texans steady good to MARTHA Nearly Fifty Thousand in Be quests to Relatives and Institutions Home for the Aged of Which Mrs Callanan Was a Trustee Re Ten Thousand Dollars for Its Endowment Fund Booker Washingtons Tuskegee Industrial Institute Gomes in for Twenty Thousand Dollars wv uu fed steers 3006150 western steers over n to 10 cents higher Mixed and butchers good to choice heavy light bulk of sales 1000 steady good to fair o choice western sheep lambs western yesterday cattle boss sheep 18437 1125 hogs 01111 Market native eef steers steers steers and and feeders 2 calves MI br1 s stags etc Market plap bu of sales or STOCK How the Securities Ruled On Change at the Close New ViTl market furnished Martin i Slack Weare Commission Co 202 arid 203 Iowa Loan Trust Hones 20 Sugar 134 li S Steel 44 j Atchison preferred common Jj Brooklyn SOhio 40 Great Western 24 U S Steel preferred OJj Manhattan Missouri 104 108 Rock Southern Railway jS St Riul Tennessee Coal and H Union preferred New York Money NEW Sept Money o call prime mercantile paper oM per cent nominal J actual business la bankers bills at 4 85 for demand and nt for sisty davs posted rates and folli bar silver Suite honds inactive bonds ir government steady lief reg coupon 100 reg life coupon reg 130 old reg 112 do coupon 113 New York Bank Statement YORK Sept hank state lent for five Reserve increased loans dp i legals decreased de posits decreased 1071100 circulation in creased ABBOTT Each Horse Won One Heat in the Great Eace Taking Place at Mass An interesting document made public today is the last will and ament of the late Mrs Martha C Callanan The will was found withr t in a few days after Mrs death Mr Callanan being fully t froin the first that there was such a document It has been Mrs Callanan has willed away more than onefourth of t her estate which the law forbids a husband or remains I This fact will cut clown some of the laiger bequests The will was dated February 12 1900 and was witnessed by L B Abdill and H Jesse Miller The executors of the will arc Mr James hus t band ofthe deceased and Judge C P Holmes of the district bench i t Bequests are made under thirteen heads as follows i Mass Sept rou heat race with the Ab bott The Abbott won the second beat by half a length Time 3234 Nearly 20000 people saw the race The entire fate receipts will be given to West End nursery through the generosity of Lawson who gave the purse Jor the match won third beat the Abbot ai losl distanced Time 32 WARNING ON BOER APPEAL Van Leyden Announces That tlie Plan for Arbitration Will be Soon THK Sept Van Lyn Jen tlie of foreign lias forwarded to the legations and members of tho council of the court of arbitration a copy if the Boer appeal for arbitration with a that lie intends ip the appeal for at Ilic tirst of the council The date of tile meeting Is not iUcd QUAKER Twelve Millions Capital Stock for the Company Formed to Deal in Cereals N J Sept Quaker Oats company capital stock di vided Into 58000000 paying 0 per cent cumulative dividends and 4000000 com mon was incorporated bore today The company is to deal In and cereal products of all kinds ODD FELLOWS WILL The Des to the Odd national convention at Indianapolis vlll arrive home tomorrow morning lu of their excellent work In the next national convention It Is antic ated a big delegation wril be at depot them a deserved In the announcement of subjects of tho instant there was a mistake in the date The headline should havo read Rather Visit that for outside of Des the Kewn Juniors Hold a Conven tion To my husband James Callanan I give and bequeath all my wardrobe household goods beds and To Martha C Coonley of Delmar N Y I give and bequeath five S thousand dol lars when she is twentyone years of age g To Delia Hicks Ryan of Kane Pa T give and bequeath five S thousand dollars 4 To my cousin Saulsbury living on 1 and bu one 1 thousand dollars To Alice Holmes wife of C P Holmes r g i ve und bequeath one 1 thousand dollars 0 To Kva Welch I give and bequeath onu I thousand dollars 7 To Mary Jane Aldrich of Springfield Mo 1 and bequeath five 8 hun dred dollars To Sophia Jones wife of Samuel Jones I and bequeath five B hundred dollars To the trustees of the thp City o Des Moines in trust 1 give and bequeath ten thousand 10000 dollars to be invested as part of and toward an endowment fund 10 To the trustees of the Tuskegee Normal and Industrial Institute Tuskegee Ala bama T giye and bequeath twenty thousand giye and bequeath 20000 dollars the same to lie used as and toward the en of institution H r aive and bequeath to Sarah W Whit 4 nev ol Waterloo Iowa in trust one 1 thousand dollars to he used at herdis cretton toward the publication and sup i of the Womans Standard 12 To the Womens Christian Tamper T ance Iowa I give and hI five hundred dollars 13 All thn my property real T and personal I bequeath to my 4 and I hereby appoint said James Callanan and Calvin P Holmes T of the City of Des Moines my executors f of this my last will and testament ever played an part In the sec ond half anil but for an unfortunate fum ble Kasl scored They had tbo ball within twenty yards of gonl llnutes ploy wnen tne fumble occurred Still captured the ball but in two only Iwo vnls kick Kant High asaln uot Uic ball but Vass forced to punt and again lost It The game ended with the ball III Kusl MUCH BY MRS CONDITION j Highs possession up College SHE ASKS TO TAKE A DRIVE PATIENT SEEMS IN EXCEPTION LY HIGH HAD A FULL NIGHTS REST Dti States That While the Danger Period is Not Passed Chances Pavor Recovery CANTON 0 Sepl McKinley was no of at bouse In North Market street to arise today She said she had enjoyed a food sleep and that she felt better than at any since tiie fate fill night iu when her was hol To Dr fine expressed a vish to take drive Mrs Is rapidly the TMs matter of driving out is a solution of the problem I think Sbe little or no medicine but exercise aud good healthy mental occupation will work a great I feel a high degree of in her ultimate nnd am almost certain that dreaded collapse will not come Mrs grief Is intense SIe is doing as well as could lie expected how ever Ton much encouragement should not lc taken at this early her STILL HIGH Superior Weight the Doctors Over came the Science of the High School Boys Weight told lu Uic foot bull came Ibis between Still college and Hast High school teams which opened the foot ball In Hcs The contest wart waged on grounds of be Des Ball la die rear nf Hie Auditorium Two S college and Illy of tlin game after The half was easily curried by Stills weight aid Hie irly piny vigor that was is tin Hue U T t Wallace II 1 Arnold fj U Clark I T Atkinson 1 E it Skinner 1 II Conner lull K li Carson Hales anil I hlif Carlson and Mc Call 1 Fifteen minute halves Hull Negro In Tried and Sentenced in Half Hour CITY ton a negro who his tor IT nnd to in suite prison loss thirty minutes tii liis tDu of a her body JCi brains out the biut of the A CHILD Mary Miller Winsome Little Scotch Girl Subject of Controversy in tlie Court The an action In tlie of old ti motherless at stake is to be in tin IoMt county court This tor the In witli cvl lo lliu tlie John of Uic Is to It Hi f Its In the upon IB mid the wood of hus ItiU oii Uic lu court the additional evl lit JOHN COMES At Musi Crawl John of tills iMy now of will to morrow TIN PLATE WISH TO CHARTERS v ILL TREATMENT IS CRIED THE for Iowa nnd warmer tonight Dos Moines and vicinity Fair ABOUT TO BE FORMED IS CHARTERS TO BE GIVEN UP Amalgamated Association WlH Be Ignored nnd a Separate Union Formed by Employes Sept striking tin plate workers who refused to abide by In New York lie ot tlie tiul flip of the of tlie arc tu tin it Amal and the of t to lie entirely of A fur this will lie held in tills city tills The tin boon ill and In strike settle nnd nt tho meeting today it Is pro posed to a resolution the men to continue tho strike nnd return the charters of the various Outside of thu tin workers nearly nil the havo to the mills or will bu hy Monday r DEPOSITORS TO GET IT ALL of tho Seventh Na Bank Wilt Result in Pay Ing Dollar for Dollar Sept for thu committee of Hunk of York hy 11 K nnd Forrest receiver of the Sov nt tho of nnd submitted to he n plan for the readjustment of Ilii of the bunk under of which the depositor of will lio In full Intercut us quickly ns In Iho of vnn bu wlilcU 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