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Dubuque Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - October 15, 1901, Dubuque, Iowa they get it For ana vicinity cooler YOU LVII IOWA TUESDAY OCTOBER 15 1901 No 97 WAS RIGHT IN THE SWIM Captain Cook Who tho Brooklyn She Was Flagship RETELLS WHAT ITE SAW AND DID pertinent by the Court mid In Schley of tlie of for the government tlie of Admiral win Introduced Captain cu A who Admiral Ui during tbe and why of of stall orders were Riven uy Com- to the fleet by or otherwise during the battle of July a number of taade but 1 only n few of Tho the formulated signal to close lu After- ward signals made The of nor them to up with some of thill order It was order of while on How were tho vessels of the off ihc port of while on by day and secondly by was closer nnd closer ill thu The I should say that It was between live and six olf and Beven miles ott at liny steamed In n live to six from and from futir to each bide so as to tin POINTS IS RADICAL ON DIVORCE Episcopal House of Deputies De- clines to Permit Remarriage of Any One IS ONE PARTY TO A DIVORCE 1 mi th Wt part Hie day Ifo In cr ri M or I wan senior im tii iix tii war anil former who at un on e Harvard trnnaliitiid the cipher vs Commodore department curried by lie explained the Inul noted hi v is IHM of would reserve the ot the Cause Except That Before tho Took Place San Oct 15 The house of of the Episcopal ill ii i t r u occasion should so hud no timn tho called In- pilot n Muy -in Spanish ill at w with tii V on Muy and with battle otf July S of He ai It had boon ly Sampson and was hi the at und that no to thy had been to until of it May that WAI Commodore to In tho to coal eunuch for swh lie tin trail and loop In with a of the of 3 Asked for MII opinion art to us a I always as un A QUESTION i July Am In flic tn tilt Ilio were took a with a of aimed lit ILi the and nothing but us It Here arc the of What WIT issued by Commodore the of I recall that there written MI- I thin it of course 1 tin the Loop o Off the Captain Cook told why was and that ho thought of the possibility of n collision with tin although saw hoc In- put off at u distance of I In- 10 ill said ho himself for the loop for order Cook snid i I they were and seemed to for tho Interval nud the Finally when we fairly close suy biv to yards it seemed tu clour that they to puss between tin Texas and the Brooklyn The was well on our starboard and phc was headed to the ward aud westward The Spanish was for this In- terval 1 stopped out of the tower on the port side to a good at this Hwt to just what they to do as to our relative positions aud t saw evidently put hard nnd wore turning to the ward well around on and clio ordered holm put hard had been put half way to port at tho of this sent the lyn very rapidly until she was parallel with Cool loM stnry of tlie materially from others who have told it One thins he made nnd that was that whoever snid Damn the Texas It was not nor did he hoar tlie words nc also snid he never In fear of rammed Tho Idea of a collision with thr er entered his Hi said this in a that he had no faith In tho story that a collision was even nt that time COAt Cook Know About Signal to the question and had and talked over the case looking for a tit for lie said they had hit upon and had decided to lay n course for that point that wo should proceed In the direction of Santiago and If wu found the soft such that we could coal we would Immediately thu blockade but if not practicable to do thut we would proceed to Connives bUy and coal a tlie whole adopted the proposed canon the remarriage of divorced for causes not arising previous to their former marriage adopted it came from iho house of The stood loS The amendment of 01 New York making m exception iti the case of tin front to a divorce granted on the was rejected by vote or to n result of Phe witness detailed the movement of tho squadron Kev beginning May M said information that such movement wart to bo undertaken j when he received orders to move lu command of hit iu hud hi Commodore on the of the that In- thought the sua had become calm In a way to coal and had found that any by llud aiso reached the same thu to a to con- prior to Ult blockade Cap- I of that timt Commodore 1 know of was that the Old any conversation should bo kept well supplied with coal and kept moving his theory was the Spanish fleet would out of the harbor vole In the whole was reported o the of which will voto on the matter MHV lie The result however may not ho tht same for in the house ly is IN a tho divided delegations illy the nays time was spr for a until voto by tlu house but it will presumably lie takon today to this action in com of the whole tho house of ties adopted the resolutions by Dr McKIni of for a of both to consider of labor add It Is to consist of three throe presbyters and laymen and shall report its to general convention Vote tin The afternoon of the housi of deputies held behind doors and was devoted entirely to a consideration and voting on the nominations for missionary down from tlie house of bish ofis The resulted in the of the Kov district of Rev Charles H Hrent district of tlu Kov Will of Uov Will lam district of PorU only was that of Kov Charles Pierce to be missionary bishop o North Dakota Tho of bishops created tin missionary district of Honolulu to taki April i 1902 was on the house of deputies concurring for the election of a missionary for this district the i a the next A letter was sent to the synod Mexico width wiMi for can be appointed COUNCIL Denies ttn Statement Lima O Oct sion of the Evangelical Lutheran church of North America honored yesterday by a visit from Van special emissary from the theran church of Sweden ami from King Oscar II The statement Hint Scandinavians In the northwest are toward thp Protestant Episcopal recently In San Francisco was em- by Kov Dr the president of the council Portland Me Oct council yesterday sent two ters One was to Mrs and the other to Theodore That to Mrs was a tho hose On cut off loss to the hotel small THIRTEEN MINERS BURNED May Thu 1.5 By arj yesterday thirteen wove burned live The accident was caused iy a miner a hole with too much powder the dust Irom the electric to ind explode following tire probably Chester Gross ind Frank tho turned to was hanging In shreds from rheir faces nud bauds aud exposed parts of tho body ANOTHER That Anybody Down at Tampa Fla Has Been Violating Uncle Sam's Laws But Discovers Nobody Has Been or Doing AH Woman Hid Away and Will be Held Unless Is Paid Sofia Oct of tlie was brigands with Miss another lector from tho bun slop ivady namely stopping tho military pursuit because the threaten the prisoners with im- mediate death in event of any danger to Thu writer she hidden in subterranean retreat and are ed courteously She says the only to secure release is to pay the ransom demanded A BIG POTATO DEAL State Board of Bushels of tho Staple for State Institutions Des Moines Oct board of control yesterday u 17.500 bushels oC totts to the state institutions to TJ Starks of Chicago a commission chant ni that The prices paid Trom BS to 70 cents per the variance depending on freights Tampa Fin Oct States Attorney 1 N Stripling has been here several days ing the labor troubles especially the re- cent deportation of strike leaders with a view to adjusting the differences made Ills report to the at- torney general at Washington day He describes lu detail the ble between the striking aud the manufacturers and declares the gravity of the situation can scarcely be overestimated The re- port my arrival at Tampa I mot a committee and ed their in ferreting out violations of the laws of the States It was generally admitted that a number of the most prominent agitators of the strike had been com- to leave Tampa v Could Not Obtain Any It was also represented to me that strikers had compelled a number of their to leave on account of the Influence they were wielding In of the cessation of the strike but 1 was unable to obtain any dence to Identify the Individuals committed These acts of lawlessness I conferred freely with members of the board of trade with representative citizens nnd the executive com mUtee of the union Is conducting tho strike Imt was able to evidence of violation of the laws of the United States for Leaden The district attorney then deals with the differents between the employers a of on 4 years old 1193 avenue The water struck the child full In tho face Ler to tht ground and so severely burning her that may lose the of one eye Should In Pn Oct board of health of has ordered all to woar short dresses This tion Is -based on the that tho long dresses which sweep ment gather up all the disease germs In the street and are thus carried Into the homes of tho In Ireland London Oct Nationalist attempted to address his constituents yesterday at county of Mayo the scene of evictions He was dragged olH tho platform live times by the police after u tierce was taken to the CHILD LABOR LAW State Labor Commissioner L earns of the Great Need of a Law in Iowa Des Oct State Labor Is in receipt of u letter from a whose name he withholds who com- plains bitterly of the failure oC Iowa to have a child labor law upon her statute books This citizen says that ho lindu through reports which teachers have made to him that there are many in from S to 12 yoars of age are employed in the o that city Ho considers this a de condition und states that intends to make an effort to secur child labor legislation through the THE DEED OF A COMES WEAK ENDING THE OF A PASSENGER WANT INCREASED TRAIN A Bead Man Is Identified at Otter Condensed Pipe Caused 3 Oct J C Mueller waC burned to on the road this city and Ho wujs ing- a and suddenly and sat down beside the A sparky from the pipe his he was so badly burned that he a few hours actor he found bjn Tie was 53 years ot age well known In Palo AKo county Blood Hudson Oct 15 An epidemic blood poisoning seems to be In this vicinity The physicians not for the Those from bloody ire AV J Smithy George Popp and into Iowa Oct A shot a coach to the train on the Kayle Grove division was this from north when The bullet passed through tlu coach windows jusc missing a lady It shuttered the which will that district tlK all overt in the In wnich the lady Two Des boys sitting in the next seat and had row escapes Tho train was stopped 1 and half xn hour spent In search thu miscreants who it red shot no trace of him could be found It Is not known whether the shot was Ired at tho train purposely whether some hunter phot the approach of theri iraln The company will the matter further Waist increased Train Iowa Oct The will sot u date The potatoes will be Wisconsin stock men that strikes John of the board of Dr Jt N have to Cherokee where they will meet Robinson who has been in City for a days Is the now superintendent of the Cherokee hospital The board will stables and other out buildings to be erected and will inspect the work that has been done thus you mid Commodore to Information from j when the tho Brooklyn while the wan tu Nolle that I can re- call What did Klv ymi fur thai In mi Win till On he to s1 the 1 Certainly of tho and It if wore tome of we tit us nil HP to do with tht Spanish or there tiie of hor action I nt time thoy nnd I tills a ruse to some to them That Is all I had I Ire u sulme What were by Com- to the of tho for thulr guidance In rln of squadron fao harbor Of In the of being n r MIMI nnd In tho of its out of tlie harbor of I of no order that tho case consultation tho commanding It that ut bo In nnd ready At day wo had our post That Ue attack io found them and 1 be by what f rotn tho entrance lid tho by by From four to I Closer nt roii why tho far a point twenty or the entrance to of the Be- 1 understood at tho time il weather conditions were such that could not coal ott continue to bay but off Santiago if the con- go that we tho wouW go con On of tin signal Captain Cook wild that nt In the that took place ou thf in which 1 think the took part was pretty clear dence that It was a of some kind that fleet that time he In certainly hnd them I know IK felt doubly sure at no that he had there came what the won for went and all tho doubt its to whether was in No effort had bwn made to And n Inr near while was there As to tho distance the lay off he said It was or Lieutenant Commander Fulham tined to the bombardment of thu lon and added nothing that to what had before been testified He of the that needed for any beyond to Ihc the be- the cipher ond their originals A certain could not bo found In the code book iu which CMC in cipher lato president and u feeling of sympathy with his that to President assured him of our in iho tasks you have to perform aud of our In the of your purpose Iu tho loftiness Hints und in your ability un- der tho of God to moot tlie high demands of your groat AW Invoke God's cst upon you and we promise to do our to hold up your hands St Louis Mo Oct The second congress of the of the States convened lust night it St Francis church with tin of 00 Including live bishops The similar meaning as he could Instance bad weather for etc Schley's ncd that He did not wna at even HB Into as 20 Schley hnd sent him with o totter leader He did not sec Garcia but gave the Colonel other loader who of at Santiago pr cave the names of the to the r TWO SHOT lu nml Oilier lu tht of the Vu Oct 15 The tery the Instant killing of Superintendent John T O'Brien at the Locomotive works day morning became day when it developed that hardly a minute before ho through the Manny Parker one of his who was standing about teen feet behind him was shot In the back of tho head at his home It seems i miracle won were not Instead of only one Parker cannot imagine how it was done or by whom The inquest over the was held yesterday morning resulting In a verdict that the de- ceased met from bullet wound indicted toy party or un known St Louis Oct The thirteenth convention of the Order ot w Ty at 11 m with M M n chair Over 100 annual sesHion ot ind the annual of NARROW ESCAPE FIBB Man HU Oct man lost Wli three persons and or more guests of the Garden City man rescued from by In a hotel last man is LevI Whitman a resident In body found fire been court ti the rear of the building Whitman leaped a In au effort to escape The filled with of had for The nir Story of the of an cent Blooming ton 111 Revived The belief so generally years ago that atrick for murder of varon Goodfellow Innocent has eon strengthened by the statement of homas Donahue Just arrested hero or burglary and larceny The ner says he was In company 10 entire night when the crime was ana that was not lie one who shot the fatal shot with tho confession of a man Harry Williams a pal of De- died in the prison at Fort Iowa several years ago that e vas the person killed story is considerable Donahue dwarf is believed o have had a as a nal His description be sent to the departments of Chicago and St nml an effort made to his On the strength of tho lon of Williams the relatives of filed n suit itato of askine in tho sum of but the t was fpund of tins could collected Donahue's story has revived the Ip concerning the case The murder was one of the most tragedies of central Illinois owing to prominence and vealth of the victim was near his home by An Immense reward ered for the arrest of Ills murderer ind after months of search Dovine was aund hidden in the He was brought back and although the evidence was circumstantial was con- and hanged He denied guilt and the last word he uttered Innocent n Buffalo N run on tho Trust a state yesterday paying were Installed and windows wore open until -1 p m Prominent business men say that the junior which caused the run Is The other ire standing by to help several arge deposits were- made while the run was proceeding Win K Rapids IJS lain K former president of the First of Mich which was wrecked by tho embezzle mont of Cashier Johnson was In dieted by the federal grand Jury las week'for-violation of the banking law yesterday released under biui BIU O W Fritz auditor county ha placed on the S Kerr and M tors of the estate of the jite John of hack The amount to cover bonds on of an Oct Clora continuously I UK retail In this for the last fifty night home 902 East street this St 2 clove L Conant wh near this city was burned by ai enemy of that Conan found of Stog or IV ave been frequently ordered from frivolous and charging that he purpose of union seemed to be not only to control manufacturing circles in Tampa but to line of business Tho of the union was so oppressive nd had uono to such an until nally when the strike was declared appears that almost every man not with tho union rose up de- that tho work of the la had already gone too far Still There Any Proof The district attorney concessions could be made either side which In my opinion A DEATH SENTENCE Who Ordered Over One Hundred Spanish Soldiers Killed JMe Manila Oct the rebel officer ordered ish prisoners of war executed and sonally looked after tho execution oC his dastardly order has boen sentenced j wook for the the gallows j made by a number of citizens General Miguel Malvar I for a better train service on tha successor litis gone to the province of i main lino from Marlon where he expects to con- Council Bluffs A of men of O X if II Smith and YV F in the for a service An local in both Marion and Escapes Nurses Fort Dodce Iowa Oct Baker a typhoid patient at the city his guerilla tactics RATHER nii Testing Big Battleship Alabama Results iu Disabling a Thirteen Inch Gun Oct Severe tests hospital a of terror by assaulting nurses the combined ot New York given to the new first-class battleship the Alabama which returned to the I costume and was navy yard from her summer cruise re- j a mile ii half out of result lii no disadvantage that suited in the practical disabling of one city Tho fear e or fear that it would be regarded as vn evidence of weakness I however In suggesting a plan which net with tho approval of a number of citizens who promise to ake the matter up NO PAT CEOWE Ho for Capture Omaha Oct A has withdrawn his offer of re- aggregating for the cap- ure and conviction ot the who stole his son last December The text ii the nonce of withdrawal Is as To the Public and Whom It May 1 A do withdraw my offer of a re- ward of f the first arrest and conviction of one of the for the and conviction of any two of the kidnapers and 00 for arrest and conviction of hree of the kidnapers implicated in the kidnaping of A Jr on or about IS 1800 hereby und recalling my said offer of heretofore made by me in any way whatsoever WITH A WILL Would Marry Hint Sho and no Itan Oct consent of Francis Joseph having been obtained announcement is made of the betrothal of Archduchess Elizabeth daughter of the late Crwn Prince doli to Prince Otto His majesty's was cured after much persuasion Prince Otto is a nontenant of uhlans He belongs to au but poor family and while the marriage will not be regarded as morganatic the archduchess will her Their acquaintance was nt a court ago It is a lovo match The who has refused to marry but the man of her choice is beautiful and Is IS years of uge any the expense 10 the titled as those of of He an inmate c the j asylum at Independence aad was i ably insane nis demeanor Tenn Oct 15 George I save him privileges not enjoyed by thai meiu will closely approach O Memphis Moorman of rho Con- thor patients and this was the federate veterans has mailed to each he escaped camp of organization a copy oi General Gordon's order re- questing that each member give ward the Jefferson uavis monument Cape Town Oct passengers are allowed to sail from ports without military permits Four ad- squadrons colonial troops ore enlisting for active service Botha's columns have upon themselves In place of C lr VT ot nl Havana Oct fiscal to the has asked C I- Estas G Kathbone and NV Keeves tho sentenced to imprisonment for terms from twenty-four to MISS ALIVE for All Unr that can bo gained from state department officiate respecting tho case of Miss Stone the missionary who is held hy In Bulgaria Is that she is alive and that efforts are continuing for her release Constantinople Oct nor Haskell the missionaries has yet been able to get In touch with in order to arrange as to the amount of the ransom for Miss to Family Philadelphia Oct E D a of Benjamin Franklin died at her homo here Sunday aged SO years Her ther John waa tary of the treasury under President and was summarily by the refusal with his order to remove the public funds from the Bajik of the United States of a for children It prompted Mrs 1200 Chicago a Chicago Oct A Samson a well-known commission merchant at the Union yards tiled a petition n bankruptcy yesterday In which bin debts were placed at His sets amount only to Don't to Strike Paris Ocr result of die coal minors referendum ou tho tlon of a general strike is that 40.000 voted In favor of a general strike and cast their voles against it About men did not vote by Stray Richmond Va Oct O'Brien superintendent of the shop of the Richmond Locomotive works Instantly killed by a stray bullet Saturday The man who shot Is not known Fatal Trolley Accident Hamilton O Oct Southern Ohio car Jumped the track early yesterday at corner kill Ing L Guilders of Trenton aud severely injuring Conductor H Parker Sliot by Younger Brother Albert Lea Minn Oct hunting August Paulson cashier of the First National bunk accidentally shot by a younger brother The top of head was blown away Who Were Norwalk O Oct made an unsuccessful attempt to rob the National bank Saturday morning OUTLINE Jesse Burkett left fielder of the St Louis club la the leader of the al League in batting His average Sir Thomas Lipton has arrived at Chicago The committee In charge of the for of Miss Ellen Ml Stone for money yet be ing required King Leopold of Belgium has do to visit New in the future Anton a business of Is missing and friends fear he has been foully dealt with A Set to Jail Cedar Falls of Codar Falls camei icar perishing from suffocation In tho Hy jail there yesterday afternoon 3 in tho tha wo had boen for reckless in the streets of vere also be intoxicated vore locked up in the jail after S o'clock parties tho ire ft by the noticed smoke com- np from tho building The alarm In nnd to the all After much lu finding hoir way through the clouds of smoke ho succeeded in reaching the where the brothers wore rescued them It was found he men had taken matches he with nnd had set flro to The lire was without much dona beyond tho ruining of tho mattress Missionary Iowa branch of tho Woman's Missionary society of the M E church which includes tlie stages of Arkansas ind hi annual when the president of Dos address Almost throe will before close of the Wednesday tho persons will take part In tho program Prof F D China Mrs E P Frits M S Huston corresponding secretary Miss Kate K Moss Maryville Mo ot supplies Mrs Oner S Dow Garner Iowa rotary department of systematic Miss Alice Sf Evans India Miss Lydla Trimble Hok China Miss Fannie A Perkins Burma Miss Helen R Gallowoy Chung China Miss Calcutta India Miss Carrlo A Foster Burma AKnes Edmonds medical ary to West China Derenna tne Georgetown Ky Oct In the Powers case was completed fore the noon adjournment yesterday when the commonwealth asked fon time to examine the affidavit on motion of the defense challenging entire Jury on account of its bias Ths affidavit charges thai jury packed ana even the wheel arranged convict him Can't Hide for 93 Any Chicago Oct St Paul reached an agreement on business and or more who flee southward at the approach of cold which they are unable to have to pay a fare of from fit to Chicago Hitherto this done for John Got Oct com editorially the tlon of Joliann Most the anarchist i aiders that the sentence la entirely lot adequate for such A agat tU 1
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