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Oshkosh Daily Northwestern (Newspaper) - October 29, 1903, Oshkosh, Wisconsin The Daily SECOND THURSDAY OCTOBER 29, PRICE TWO BOOTH mm IS KILLED IN FOLK CAMS OX A FK THAIS AT AMU ONLY ONE HAS DIED THUS The Won the of the the With Her Ileen at the llend of the In Her Frum to of the in tin count of Kansas Oct. ma Booth consul in America of the Salvation wife Of Com- mander Booth Tucker and second daughter of founder of the was killed m the of the east bound train No 2 near Dean eighty-five miles east of Kansas at 10 o'clock last Col. Thomas C. in charge ef the Salvation Army at was fatally but up to 3 30 this morning reported still Fifteen others were more or less hurt The dead and injured taken to Fort Mrs. Tucker was rendered scious and died half an hour after being Her skull was fractured and she was Injured inter- She was on her way from a visit to the colony at to Chicago she was to have met her I toand TRAVELS Although the wreck occurred at 9 30 fast night it was not known until after CZAR WRITES The am Ar- Inn Associated Oct. The Russian Count ff. and M. the minister for fans of together to sailles this ana spent most of the day theie in conference They turned heie late in the afternoon and attended the dinner at the given honor of the Although the eial continues that Count to in the and far the Associated Press has reason to know that the letter of the czar which Count to President bet specifically that one of the chief causes of the visit is the purpose to the of the czar at the recent couise of France in ex- TO the cause of international MRS. DELEGATES MEET AT CHICAGO FOR OF CREATING The Conference Will at the Knd of Period Will Strike nt Associated Press 111., Oct executive board of the packing council and the Amalgamated Meat Cutters and Workmen of America held a conference today and It IB said that a recommendation for a general strike in all packing centers of the country was decided result of today's meeting will be submitted to the special meeting which was scheduled for Saturday but which is now said may be held row TIIK ARK SAID TO UK IX AT OK Cream City nl to vf the nnd the Led In f Special to The Oct. 29 nal today Whatever of politics in opposition to Governor La Follette Is to be decided on by Wisconsin warts may be decided on After today the leaders are not likely to again meet together in thH state until special and of the POSTER STARTS Hit it- that Mrs Tucker was among The details of the were obtained this morning by the Associated Press over the long dis- tance telephone from Marceline through Dr. D. B. who had been at the The wrecked left Kansas City last evening It ran into an open BW itch just outside of Dean the three last two Pullmans and a were The Pullmans were completely demolished while the diner was badly damaged In the forward Mrs Booth Tucker and Colonel who were the sole occupants of that had just gone to the forward end for a Two of the Pullmans struck a water tank with such force as to move it feet from its foundation when the train crew reached the both Mrs Tucker and Colonel Holland They with the other injured ter much taken to the depot w here thing possible was done for Neither regained consciousness and within half an hour the noted vation Army leader succumbed to her FOR For a lime it was that the unconscious man at her side was Com- mander Booth Tucker and in the con- fusion this report was Ing trains were sent from Marceline and other points and the dead and in- jured started for Fort la The train broke down after going a short distance and the next not reached until 2 o'clock in the Physicians were taken on at Marceline and the train ed Mrs. Tucker left Kansas City last evening and was to meet Commander Booth her at The first news that the noted army worker had been hurt was received in this city at o'clock when It was Mated had been fatally Injured and had died at JO o'clock last This of tier proved premature it later developed that she did not to her injuries until this Just ns the train bringing the to reached that The wrecked train irns east California 2. which left tas City evening at o'clock for It ran Into an striking the steel water tank ami all express and day Mrs. Booth ami Mr. Holland were In one of the 111, Oct. conference for the purpose of forming a national federation of employers to cope among other things with labor problems be- gan at hall Delegates representing rational trade tions of the country were present at the opening session The conference will last two by which time it is expected a constitution and bylaws will be work of scheme of revenue decided one and permanent officers SOME Among those already here are D. M. of president of the National Manufacturers' J. W. Van John Kirby dent of the E F. De of the National Metal Marshal New secretary of the National Manufacturers' E O Hornbrooke of the Kansas City J. C. Craig of the Alliance of J. W. Hodges representing Detroit and C. X and James T. representing the employers of New F. secretary of the Chicago Emploi association called the ing to order and John Van Cleve of St was elected temporary C. of was named as temporary Mr Cleve In stating the purpose of the gathering said he hoped means would be devised to bring to a successful Issue which he were injuring the cause of The work of the convention was when a delegate objected to any action being taken until all the delegate were persons ob- to the employers having found present A credential com- was then CANKERS 111 Oct house canners walked out today joining the striking sausage makers and increasing the number of idle men at the yards to 2 400 There are sixteen other branches of organized labor In the packing houses yet to make and more than 32 000 employes are said to stand ready to support the HUNDREDS LAID OFF 111., Oct. dred have been laid off in Cook county and when their pay were told that there could be no more work until late next Four dred will be In December and the industry In this district will be closed The prevalence of and the In- creased cost of building in Chicago has practically stopped ail construction ended Babcock Milwaukee for West Ba- and will go from there to ington as soon as he Is He lias been ill for a week and has been under treatment by a Senator Spooner wag In Milwaukee Wednesday night and left at H a. m Thursday for He wag at house over night and had a conference with Senator Quarles and Congressman cock Farr and others were also Mr Spooner it wag had gone to Chicago to eee the railway people to their Interests In the and in Senator Quarles THE appeared at the Hotel shortly before ten o'clock today and ter greeting Congressman State Senator A L M. C. Ring and Emanuel he w ent In- to earnest conference with Van 13mnt, It IB understood that before any of these men he had had a. conference with Charles F Mr. Spooner WOK not in best of humor and Congressman Babcock would have been less genial if he had not felt so 111. He was too weak to be ill-natured Congressman Babcock thinks that Stalwarts are not making speed enough and Senator Spooner is not pleased be- cause he has been urged to take such steps as will accelerate the forward It Is constantly upon the rumor that Governor La Follette is warping his ship nearer and nearer to a safe mooring and is his while the Stalwart craft is and idleness Is de- the An effort to do it Is said is the leason of the political in Milwaukee Leadership must be established before the winter in and the loose ends must be picked up during the long nights to come Senator It is is not anxious as some people to have tor Spooner speak That the Stalw arts ae much as lie does the Half Breeds and sees small hopes with Senator Quarles had a. talk with Congressman Babcock at the Hotel Wednesday followed by a ond at his office later in the Congressman Cooper of who has been expected in Milwaukee for R. has failed to Senator of Green Bay was one of the Milwaukee political group Wednesday Wis Oct 28 special to The Journal from Madison son Stalwarts say that the statement by the administration that this is the firet year in the state's that a. tax has not been levied for government expenses and for institutions Is A political trick of Governor La They claim that there was no tax in the four years or Governor Rusk and in the two years of Governor and also m one jear of Governor ad- JONES WILL NOT Get have a run on the principal banking because of which prominently about town Tho Mild something about the foreigners no but riedly withdrew their it with coal operators it back to the bank In their so that the run caused no PEACH AT St. Oct round of the trunt company office alter leu the hour of that matters had their Plucks that by to IH out today had a de- only UMJ number of dally customers putting in an appearance for the transaction i ness Here and could be seen a depositor tlie deposit he withdrew the Officials of the different the most confidence that the ot the past two daya Is a of that mil not BOOH be repeated n Indian In fBy i Oct. Daily News today says that Indian W. A. Jones will not be a for before the can convention next The News gives as authority for this ment Senator Spooner who has Just re- turned from IE Mr. Spooner met Mr. Jones and it Is the subject of the gubernatorial candidacy was talked over between these two gentlemen and a final decision by Mr. Jones not to be a candidate was the THREE FOR FRUUD WASHINGTON OF DEVELOPMENT IN THE LIC The nnd Stone Act Una Been the Mont of omen Have 3-Official. Con- D. Secretary Hitchcock today a telegram from the In- of three morp in con- with the land frauds in that The telegram gave thf names of as L. Guy Huff and The woman is charged -n ith cy in connection with the proceedings against Miss of the United States district court for who already is under indictment Williams is charged forgery m connection with the case Tho proceeding against Huff is for but his is an independent case FLAGRANT CASES So most of the prosecutions have been directed against those In fraudulent under the ber and stone act and it now appears that many very flagrant irregularities have been discovered in that Innumerable Instances of the in- vasion of public land regions by ple in large companies have been re- ported the from day to day for the past year more In many people have gone to the coant states from the farther east to enter lands under the timber and stone law The arrival of carloads at a time haTe been ed and many of the of these parties were In or two cases during the vacation period last entire of female school from the middle w estern made tours to the coast and 3.11 entered In other entire families of four or e persons each have come in from outside and BATTLE IN PARIS IS OF the Municipal Of- of the Are by fBy Oct 29 riot occurred In front of tho Bourse do Travail In the B in policemen nnd a weio mounded and weru Numerous arrests were The trouble followed a of 6 WO persons who protected against the of municipal The In anticipation of had occupied the place de la and the nearby with a Strong force of military and In the Bourse de were the of the and employes of and The urged the crowd to await the of the parliamentary inquiry it waa would reach a measure for of the municipal bureaus Other speakera who followed made with the employment offices THE crowd thereupon rushed from the and about swept Into the rue du Chateau De able barrier of police had drawn The remainder crowded to the place de and the Ringing revolutionary longa A lieutenant of police and six men ad- for the purpose of the who and were by the A free tight but the rioters gave way before a charge of the The then entered cafes and tables and and renewed the Another section of the rioters also at- tacked the While the fighting In members of the Bourse de at windows of that building ing the As a. result of the fighting between the police and men eeven of them and a number of rioters were ed. arrests were Seeks to Establish have made of Bo far as is known no of fraud has been discovered In these but the officials of the de- contend that in of the fact that oxer MOO is to com- plete the acquisition o' title under the timber arid etone law some of these entries are at least In other been made in the names of fictitious The of officials is necessary in this acter and this line of lend selves most easily to and It aleo that the frauds extend the coast slates into a PRIEST IS PROTECTS HIS OMRO MAN TAKES A F. J. M. to The Cean the the an place and there delay In care of the for had finally it anj them started the train by the a truck and not reach until nearly Hve the M rn her way from visit to colony oT the Anny nt had In nty a few to Infract Ihe a In which slue and a of which Is to be In city by the Mrs. Tucker In- in the and rtt her Wednesday at Winneconne occurred the marriage of Mr. F. J. Mahar of and Miss Mayme M. Burke of The bride has been for several years a in this county and well and favorably Mr. Mahar of the City meat market here and Is a popular business Mr. and Mahar will be at home In Omro after ember IS. The funeral of TIce was Mnn Into Tell Old He Prominent With St. of the building in the heart of the and who has ranked among the and of large r. as arrested TWO SCORE ARE Off COAST OF JAP AY ASD OF THE SELS WITH Oct. collision curred in a fog today off between the Kussian Tushen sha company's Progress and Tokai The latter Of the 100 passengers and crew on board the Tokal only fifty-six were Bigamy is the charge that Dorothy known as the now against the silk importer of New was suing him for accrued which Mr. Mason would not Now she claims that his second marriage was illegal because her Oklahoma vorce did not hold good In DOESN'T The Eminence In HU CMC Nearly All OF It Today nt tne Cltr ot on Account at 9trlkem. Associated Ort 150.000 in other industries here have joined the glass workers on Oct. strikers are threatening to attack the dynamite A large force has been sent to protect the Oct. garrison of Bilbao hog been the troops difficulty with the rioting who constantly erect new barricades ns the old once are torn down bv the The city presents a sorry owing to the widespread wrought by the The rioters in several instances to How In he doors of the Jesuit houses and to de- Now Oct. 19 tne trial Sam the walking delegate who In accused of was resumed toda It was learned that the ball bond o for partne In the labor union who Is Jointly with had been forfeited J. nephew of of Police liam 3. is the At th request of Assistant District Rand the forfeiture of the bond will no be entered till According to Mr. Mr. McCarthy la expected to appear within the next bat whether he will be produced by bondsmen or apprehended by th police the official not Parks not looking well when h entered court today and In response to Mr greeting he said that he had not slept Rand sale that the prosecution would rest today and the general impression Is that the case will go to the Jury not later than row and possibly Louis It le gave Parks 1500 last the act which forms the basis of the charge against the was called to Uie stand Ant Mr. Osborne resumed his Mr. Osborne produced some papers and the If they were cor- to which Mr. replied In the One of them a receipt givn by to the cashier of the Tiffany studio for on January last and showed that was paid to Parks by for rendered at her home the services In charge of Rev. G. F. oT Merrill began an eight term at Mr. Merrill receives ISO per for the are to appreciate the fact that are worthy of thai It filled by two fit the the with Jhc She for afterward home Aery Tucker and only At the by an 3 her In their The common schools of are a great stride forward are to nay gowl for com- ton will the standard and common will Omro clab met with KIJa leader the High Associated Xew Oct. The examination of Thomas said to be king of who Is charged with Edward also known Jack In the cafe of the tel early and of Thomas Cleary of ion at the time of the who was arrested with was postponed today until tomorrow pending the re- of who was in the bream and may not A mined effort was made by the police to get Carpenter to Identify an the man who had Lenahan and Cleary were taken before the In- and arraigned in court today on troy the railroad tracks with the object complaint of Rev. Father Metzler I ot presenting traine from entering jured In the Xe When Carpenter York If han had him he was bul what to the of murdering and then fell back on the bed In a he said to the were WW perrons In the cafe the time of the ft they to fy for me. why all If they won't lei the man mho dW the ing go the diocese of Roman who that Ernst embezzled funds entrusted to his Complaints were that Ernst collected on a certain owned by the who Emst em- the money by appb ing it to his own by paying the the interest In order thai he know of the all-sea fraudulent He le charged having falsely taken .in ment on power of attorney by which Father MeUter made Mueller his attorney In r tlis foreclosure of a certain mortgage BATTLE ON BLIND BADGER AID IS COOK VERDICT said to Oct. i The from Wwu Holland were Haslings rendered a flie verdict of tHe jury in 1he of the railway The Oct With a view of paining support of Wisconsin in for to the Interstate committees of the chamber of com- the merchants association and wll meet with and and Stafford the Motel into after- noon at Oct. A tle wan fought late on the blind end of m baggage to a bound Lake train between Cleveland and 3n which seven men The were beating their j an The threw off a menage ai n station Ing the police of Co be on hand when train Two of Itie whSle five taken Into ot the in Famine prices are bel for bread Is so scarce that are four IS a Six persons were killed and a hundred Injured during dreds people have Sled from The railway now threaten to join the Acting undT orders from Madrid the of Bilbao hss summoned the mine owners to a PLANS Dowle Given Sot Ice of Project nt the Service Held Associated Press New Oct. At the early morning service Alexander Dowie announced to his followers an- other Me told his host to re- turn to Zion City and save their money the of another MAY INSPECT tm Thrown the The work of JTJ the 5n the new of company on Alcoran She new Uc to which with 11 a outlay of system be on all the will about 1. at Jn for new An old not Tom of wire and will the the arm while the others were all badly cut and IN POLICE CURRENCY FOR THE Xew Oct. heavy of and points Cp to transfer to to w at Mrs. OF i cedar yard by and llw i ihe 3w" riM tlw to the com with MM with DM On wi hto nten to ivin mnt WM to leunt are the nr can imt that PiM curt WHf f it an and ii in of ol ft j of the Js Jn are or a very The rooms nine la not the In Use The floor are the the tor room and romn A t of the the second floor are city board rest room and loll toll which for long and the city board both a on and are The toll board will Both and tlM TM net be The elty M a board and With tnAt i Ilie sade because the work of the restoration message was going to be carried far and James In charge of the transportation that the departure be made early next week ingr to the the special trains BY THE TROOPS OF THE CZAR Otf THAT the tm the the 1m Associated T St. Oct. dispatch from A detachment of Russian entered the town yesterday and tile guard This action was In consequence of the displayed by the Chinese who do not fulfill their promises anil owing to general ferment prevailing RUMORS The rumors emanating from sources relative to the erection of sian on the Yalu declared to the It to ex- that only a rampart has beea built for the protection of the Russian The reports of the entry of Japanese troops into Corea are also unconfirmed and the anti-Russian demonstrations IB Japan are now stated to be less WAS ITINERANT as they May fn Inr to be held In hall on August body was recently found on the railroad between Milwaukee and so mangled as to almost was a temporary resident of He was an itinerant tailor and as employed for a few days by T. C. While here tie was rested by Officer H. white In runken condition on Main This on August 22. While confined n the lockup he caused the police to a special watch upon him by threatening to hang Re is and Dowie bv the to have very rabid j anarchistic For his of- fense against the city ordinance INSURRECTION IS talm In D. Oct- The state received the from United States Minister Powell dated San the governor ol Puerto Has pronounced of San Both vessels 5reen troops Jt imported that Mocha H In Insurrection the a The is Jn favor of DEATH OF CHILD J. 9. John Jr. Ihe two months oM son ot Mr. and John S. of The boy only The will be taken to Baraboo tomorrow for in- Km. Kremer died at her an served eight days ia the county work Mr. and Mrs. Phil Sawyer are In attending the home Mrs. Paul P. de Kops of Tork is visiting relatives in Mr. and cousin Wheeler have gone to Ind. P. Sawyer from here he bits cattle ranch Mass Fannie ot street operated upon St. hospital for She recovering and Jt expected that she win soon tm a We to return to her The annual bazaar by the of St. Evangelical at the Sons of Hermann hall te large Last a program was Beside taking were C. Prof. R. ft. Harry Horn and tended with years of She a two The at from on Nw j 1
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