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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 falh- er'e niutder no one knows, but least- wlee Horji took a pot ehot at the lad, sending a bullel Into the back of hi: head and killing him instantly. Th.fi placing a rock under his victim's head, a sign agreed upon to show Ihiil the deed was Horn's, the murderer rode on (o kill [he father, but failed to find Iblm. Four months later Horn was arrest- ed and made a full confession, to JJep- ity U, S. MjCrshal lafois, ..a noted rontler, 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 t'was to convince loafers that an expert In the kll line In order to gel a recommendation 'rom the officer, whom he supposed was H kllk-r 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 dt-alh 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 o.uar- j rcled ivith the lieutenant In Ihe Mexican nrmy over Uic affections of a beautiful MICHEL ANGELO FIL1PISSE Mexican KirL Next A MEMBER OF THE MAFIA, m.iined on the border and In ho came to Wyoming at the head of a NOTEDrtRD ARWFEDOUT PETER MORTENSEN OF SALT LAKE CITY, IS SHOT. FIVE BUL- LETS IN MURDERER'S HEART. (TOM HORN, 8COUT, DETECTIVE AND MURDERER, HANGED. CONVICTED OF MANY CRIMES; SPRINGS HIS DEATH TRAP. at home when engaged In bis work fir UCDil QCYCQ fruit vendor. UtHtllAL (lU CO That he was Killed.at the Inatlga-; -M lion of tha JIafla eoeleiy Is the opinion' ield by many, even amonar Italians.. He came from Termini, 8Icily, and this, [s known as a hotted of the Mana.l If any of Ills friends knew that he be- longed io tn-3 orsaiilultoii. however, _ they refuse to admit It, and when ON HKiWAY TO Ul' shoulders, as much'as to say, "It 19 better-for me (o say nolhlrf about It-" One thing that indicate that Ualtalla was murdered at-the. Instiga- tion, of some society, is the facf lhat when lie left the home of Augustinej StS Western avenue, where] made his home, he said that he was goinp'to a 'rneetliiff the society IS UNITED STATES MUST WITHDRAW OR FIGHT, SAYS CANDIDLY THAT IT WILL BE A SECOND EOER WAR. they deem prlew GENERAL DRAKE producte at any thins less Uiai prices ire 3tl11 EOod, the receipts for the belnfi 5 1-2 per crepJl in the sross rst half of Novembe While the favorable developments of ihe v.eek. ite fact roust not be overlooked that labor troubles, LHfi gloomy oiillook for build-. EX-GOVERNOR OF IOWA PASSES AWAY MISS LlVERMORE IS A And She Has Gone Over to Paris t9 Purchase a Count, New York, Nov. !6 eac- erly awaiting an authorized announce- ment ot the seine nt of Con- stance J.lvermore, daughter of the Baroness Hellllere, to Count Odorn de r.ubersae, of Paris, which Is expected to be forthcoming tt feiv the closing down Of the Iron snd TROUBLE WITH Mvermore. besides possurjInK mllls blast furnaces and leather, ClABETtS, ANO TROUBLE WITH Urea" fortune. Is a. decide! Iwauty anil j tanneries, and Ihe lonlEnued hesitancy j OLD WpUND CONQUERED. particularly'fond of outdoor sports. Eho. I itl lhc buying of prsdlcalSy all eom- noled tor her riding arc factors thai-mar the In- 'T as a ivhlp, few of the youngeri rtuttrlal as well aa commercial fabric.] TVhwI. Including flour, exports for, TUESDAY HE WAS ON STREETS he were bushels against OF CENTEHVILLE. bushels Ihls week last year.) Far the twenty weelts of the cerealj bushel 3 iifia Lf-st 10u, Thirty-seventh avenue. This was with- in four blocks of where he was mur- dered. Whether his friends were mls- CLA1MS.HE CAN CALL OUT MEN iN A FORTNIGHT. vent to the bridge leelEnfc of the socl- MAKES THE PLEA THEY. WERE TALKS FREELY OF AROUSED FEELING.OF .COLOMBIANS. ffook Nicholas Tomasso the Latter Refund tc 1 Oboy the Organisation. ____ hand of 50 desperate ered In Texas and along the Mexican border, to participate in what is known jas the Johnson county move- ment of the cattle bnrons to drive out the Powder ri :6unlry. Nate' Champion and Ed Hay, to attend, a. secret a etr Is not known. When the -news of the murder was SETTING BAD PRECEDENT broken Battalia, a brother! BAU HKtCEDENT. of the murdered man, by CInit and a. Journal reporter, he was stagger-! ed for a moment. He Iried to put on] some bravado and said: "I doo'l care a but'a llltle 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 kllla hi for? O, my poor brother." he visited the county reorg' anil claimed the remains, -which will be over to him us toon as the cor- oner's jury can fee E Bait XAke, .Utah, I alleged were killed. Declares It Have the Effect Encouraging-Other Colonies members of the sinaii set excel her, She wns awarded the '_'D'ue ribbon" or being the best dancer at Ihe Ca-i ;ino dancf-a nt Ncwjwrt last eununer. Count de who la liven ty- ur years oW and n French army ot- cer, spent the summer at Newport sailing for France In to be the sues! of Liver- lore's mother at Tnchlquh, her New- port Villa. N. Y. O. IS TO BE SOLO Speculation Tn Ritlrcid Circles As Buyer. Xevv Nov. is consid- rable speculation tn ra..... aa to who will come Into posicssion of York and Ottawa Yhich Is to he at public auction' ortay at Kt He pis Falls. Although tha Ottawa anJ Sew division :.s operated Follow- out the ordeal tnda> He there strapped 1n a chair facing a be-1 most conclusive evidence that K  were the flrst to enter the yard this the leadinK men" of "Wyoming, Col. momlrig and did not leave until nnd Nevadi ensen'a body "had been removed'and I The tirial of Horn cost one the gu-irSs had depart- county. HO.OOO.and it 1s estimated tli men were furnished _ rifles a-larger aum from the garrison amary. -Of the six I him. rifles five were'loaded with ball and appeal to thc sun: with a Wahic-cartridge. Thc men troke jail after a which as spent to cler the narrow.plenJIns ma loi Is inclined to independence. wlth fiharjt Many oM 'Rej-es said lie aistired Admiral C vere enough lo have that Colombia'; would not allempt alone. Their number ami lo- to land troops' on-the Isthmus until he lhat the assassin did reached Washington, with almost Incredible leroclly "r also totrt Admiral Coghlan." said ,nd quicVne; The- flrst receipt tor. S uels of 3133 Irving avenue. the dead man's rpcket. to Identification was signed by F. J. Sam- S, fo loiter und in1 It wns ilins the result of a iook the weapons 'from a rock, none nn under sheriff, but know Ins :TrMch was the harmless I Hevcml plots to After' Mortensen WJB turned over covered anil f the aljerlrt the condemned man terrific battle with .....d that Battall: 'aceable nmn-of In the pockets was found JS5 in cash, which showed that rob- jerywas-not the motive vrhlle leaded revolver in one pocket showed that he had -been stricken and had no chance lo defend himself. The lonely spot where Hie murder was committed and the- unlikelihood .tori of white paper with .a black bull1 In the center over the- man's- hearL HP then stepped back nnd the next In Btant Emery Ihe signal an4 elx reports out Five bullets took effect and Mortensen toppled over dead Shortl> aftem-ardfi thc boiy was to 'tha prison 'charel In attendance held an autops> The crime for ivhlch the penalty waa the murder of James If Ha> on Ihe night of Dec- 16. 1301- llay was the.treasurer of the Pacific Tumher Companj with which firm Mortensen In Ihe capacity ot u-.bulld- 'tig contractor, bustness. Both belonged to the same Mormon Sunday school, Mortensen belni n teacher In the iheologlfal class. Prior murder Mortenien told Hay call 'at-his. house and he would ta tip note for J3.SOO, held .iKatnst.hlin V company. The day Mtut- exhibited the note, but Hay was mlastnj. Thc theory that Hay had absconilefl wllh the '.money was cx- pIoxteA two days later when his bwly was found butted In a pasture adj.icent MortenMn residence. The man made the discovery went to tensen anil secured his assistance In exhuming the bo3y of murdered caihlpr- Hay had been ahot from be- hind." The trial lhat followed thc nr- riit. was one of the most .sensatloi OF BLOODY DEED "lhat IT my efforts at Washing- nt .concerning sliiiAtlon thp isihmus sntLsfactorj- to Colom- United Etates would fight the entire Colombian peopI-2 and may a plart confertliilatlng the mce of Panaraijlnto ths Colombian the rnovfne.ot the Colombian pita! to Panama city. I am sure t: is-Idea will receive the support all J 't rto not lust lino w what my con action TV ill''be, but I am soing to freight rales 15 per cent, became op- erative today. Tlie implication of the Iroada to raise their rales IS it was granted by the sovenn of the high price of exchange which greatly depreciated the ear'ni if loads. It was'understood 1 vhen exchange fell below 2.20 the pec cent, increftie of rates would go "ffect. The increase of rates wen Into effect Sept. I, and since that tlmi there has been a slentij- fall In change. The government believes it wll] continue for some tim to "-come, and there vIs, therefore, n longer need'Of relief for the railroads BIBLE READING PROHIBITED. Nebraska Svrpremo oCurt Judfle De- cides Against School Lincoln, Xeb., Xov. The supreme court of Xfibraska today Issued a wr! amus ngaliiEt the teacher school No. 21 In Gaga counl> r not to read the .Bibi  tile men ta men off Ihe Nli-kcl.1 refuaed to be driven ncrOTxlinK In thi evidence arWuced At Morn's ttlal, tl WBS decided to put he couU ro longer oppose the forcihla ea- eroachmenls nt J tatikmtn. To Tom Horn tasx. Jto TTtnt forth bravely thhongh were Eoinp to ft wedding or a ranch dance. Thc Ms but on the way he inel Nkkrtl herdlrs father's Impelleti, U KM a fear innt-ipolls, N'ov. N.Antonio Ccsto, on Italian who keeps a shoe- inker shop'.'ts heU at police headquar era under suspicion that he can otnethlng of the of Salvator Jiho lifelesa loily was fuuntl on tbc Knmklln ave- nue bridge ut Jl o'clock list night Ccsto was found by Detective llolln and Hansen.'ivho followed n trail of blood from Ihe sUfi of the dead body U his door and fouiul Moo.) arrwarfd ovci the knob. He- dlscUSmcJ all ktiowl- from that" order was the clue lo his Identity. He has it brothfr. Phlllppl Tlittalla. livlne at IW3 avenue, and ar 11-yfar-oH brother, ivlth whom he liv- ed at SIS Western avenue. DIETRICH SURRENDERS. SURPRISED TO LEARN Of ACTION OF UNITED STATES. edge the crime and willingly nc- the ofllcCTS In tracing Ihet mediate hearing-. Hood from Ihe shop on lowiiril St.' r.-wl until It was lost at Dale street inJ University avenue-, where It ap- pears I hal the munlorer's wounds had tipped bleciJins.' The police do not thltih lhat Cesio ihc munter ns he has at- established AH nllbl, bul as he Is reticent In roKanl lo the matter trail of directly It c the otlicers ihlnk that he tell a prcat deal L-oncernlrg Ihe nrtalr If he only cared 10 do w.Wheih- r ha will formally placed under ar- MSI chatted wllh tompllclly in lh. affair or will upoi the way he atvawcra the questions o chfbr of cotaoy, The trill of blood which led from the was pliln and showed, Ihe murderer hail receive dcej> He bled freely and fc a stapscrO'l from or.c eU of ihe to the other as though h from exhaustion of hlood. How he received ciin only be, conjectured, dent that Iho dciid nwii dl nol hav-e a knlfo. for the Inside of hot' One llnKCr ne.irly severed from Ihe hand. U Is Vnown thsl lUttAlla and h' it IM ul f rier.d s were on tnt lm.11 ctms anrt only Sunday cvenln ,ho murdcroJ mnn went (o St. and RtlcnJcd it R-ilherlny of h countrymen on the Wwt bide, ilc wa ilfo ftlcnrtly Anlonlfl th upon whose doorknob nas ftne.ircd. Tho rclatlPffs dnJ ItxlJnMitc frieni af the reurdere.1 man thai thc know tf no of Salvatore. an th.il he WHS not irtlied In any lo affair which might furnish a moll for the kllltnK by a jealous Ihc other hand. siy thnt IUU liked and he- tl fellow, r.ol given to and llfihllns bul rather Inclined to Starlt thi, Morning for Omaha Glva Himself Up. D. C.. Nov. lor Dietrich will start for Oninha, 10 morrow morning to surrender to th aiithorltics In that city, because of hi Indictment on a chargo of consplra< In connection with the postoRlce ron.-XRC. Dietrich rtileratiHl lonlsht hi assertion that he would demand an Im .OF FORMER, OF TRUE WRECK WAS EXAGGERATED. Peoiia. Nov. 20.- The casualties in the Bfg Four wreck, near Menerl ivera Sixteen' bodies were i [rom the debris anfl of the en dlsd, mahins ihe plal known deaths eigbtpen. It la not -ellevei] thai any more bodies will hi o'und in the far, as l can ba learned he fault lies with the crew he freight who had orders to [heel the work train. Whether the con- WANT CUBAN BILL REFERRED TO COMMITTEE ON .FINANCS. Luctor. thi ens'n understood the Grder MEETING OF THE REPRESENTA TIV.ES ENTIRELY FRIENDLY. At Concluiion of the Conference They WalVed'Arm [n Arm Ba- Linet of Panama Soldiers. man forgot them :on't be brought Out until the offlcta nveatlgation Is made. The Is sli lockaded. SENATE DIVISION BILL IS FINALLY SENT .-.TO FOR EIGN RELATIONS TELLER ANNOUNCES HE DOESfJ" EXPECT TO DEFEAT tlonal slfi of S25.QOO lo Drafce Ity. lie'was suffering greatly, but iron will persisted In to life (Sovcinor Dnke'c connection, with Drake unlversliy was due to the In- fluence of "Chancellor George G. Car penter, the first head of the institution, and whof-2 Governor sister. Chancellor Carpenter appealed to genera! at a time when Drake was in sore nerf of Junds. and gift theni .bestowed was but ihe bc-glniilnB of sior.es. which ilyure up Into slx- fisure column. It la estimated that h" pproximately the In lu.llon. first save and added r endowment. then r current exp-snws. gave SM.OOO r the new auditorium and J15.000 for ie'music building, JS.WO'for the med- al buHdinsr. anil has recently pre- nted for the bible and s. Others sift5 llie bovc'JKO.OM. Gov. DraV.e 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 maiie the race' for a 5 ilnatlon. The last few of "term In office vir t S ..jlid and'roent much-of lila eating at EiceUIor SprinjB. Mo. on er the care of his physician, Dr J tU s. of Ccntervllle, who maae ovcrnor walch hls ion His diabetic trouble at time vas nnd-ln connexion with c auRered ttom an old. army wounti the srrlnff he. lived a plain He was oj family as: wen as and 1m proved so much ooon Gov t "h'w wis Inaugurated is Sis MohiM he Mtotcel to iSS and remained ,url II the tolrt 2X.governor at the i- lire. 2 cold niorninj. One or ot m9 V, Mm Bj. TRIKE THE END TRONG LIKUHOOD OF ARBITRA- TION OF TROUBLE. oth Parties io the Controversy Mi Miking Every Effort Bring About a of In Ha-J- gf Dirrow and Blisi. Panama, Nor. conference ol the Colombian and Panama, represent J- was opened todny and thc whole matter of the declaration of independ- ence gore over. The Colombians nppcarL-il Ignorant of 10 true stale of affAira on the Islhinus, arltcuUrly of Ihe rapfrttiy of ;nlR and the ftfeiwttinpjs of lha Jnllert Stales. They were of h? signing of the cf'ial treatj-, an.I Ms rr-ornlng- Governor com- nunlcatcJ to them a he hail from the Jnr.tix. to th ubllc of Panama, Thes-> facts opened he Colombians' to the ttutls an.1 their attitude towards the FIGHTING AT SAN DOMINGO. .Vaahlnston. D. C.. Nov. Th state department lonlsht received ecram dated Xovember IS. froai MlnlBter Powell at San Domingo City. jjying there was fighting there and a French war had landed marines to protect the fore I gr.tra. Paris Nov. bal- loon O-I'M Lehaudy was destroyed this mornlns by colliding with a f arcon.iut was uninjured. Alliion Otntas that Any Pu pose of Revi ing Tarff by Rcc! proc ty Treatili The Chicago, III., Nov. iwo points revenled a rcaceable adjustment o' street railway nlrlke todny am Indication'' tonlBhl arc that thff baUcles will b-j Hnalty overoomc an> hal n seulemenl will IMC> MW, A virtual o has declared by bolh side chile present peace negotiation TO In rrogiw. and us nil Enle csted to making e cry edort to bring Mntpgle lo a end, there a Itktllhood that fttcrencca will modified to such thai arbitration will follow. cotonci K. n. sacral counwl for thc company. Clarence Dar- courjcl for Ihe strikers, vert; given aulhority by e.wh ride to acl for tha ta controversy. HELPING TRADE held Its I- ession today, be concluding at va.i row t to th! trips has mad his homa here In The C.. T mjjwt skiing of ;inn1ng at r.oon and i p.-m." The entire id In debating a rno- fcr Cut-afi fcill nmlU f o-i foreign relations. rply drawn. Ms In- s h with his d.uiRMcr, Henry and her family. (fie of t linlt visaed. It couH 4B'n that Gov. Drake slowly g ond becoming more fmll But alrrost him in his ortcc tn the in the inrrlr.K. If he was in tha cllx nol kopi at home bj tn lement wenlh-r or luniratr autumn or winter. [periTilttc-l. hi roulil.bffl from his RETAIL TRADE AND JOBBING GREATLY QUICKENED. RAILWAY EARNINGS STILL SHOW A GOOD INCREASE. the republican: enee and the doi cent; Ihit the m ensure shouM go'.to th-i com- ee fluance. TLie moUon prevail ed without dh on The Oebate to trjng out conijas ;ip Incidental rererti-ea to the tie Its ot ln forenoon, ihe bill. Toller Ion to cor- irj hearllr reel WM he has' ,th a finilnw of a n hPjNe of d'fo.ilEr.t: Ihe till or thai power which. rcfu'M to jlvll intends unduly to obstruct H? of ace. once lrPMnAe.1 body. s'M In and Aldrlv-h t-i-t lets firm and rr.oiv stooped To Ihe bin go to ihe tlatMe than la his "Ign tctations committee, but they are mntMA Ms united in the of nn opinion Wr, A silver? Rny. 3 went ashort anil a alked to thc end ot the flo SOMEWHAT GLOOMY OUTUOOK FOR BUILDING. here a hundred republic formert1 In seiitetl arms. As the r.i ers _ bcJilen .iirf the The party afterward In Thc Tully this ,va.i drawn up" and WUtilC of th 1lr.es and nij Canal Have Been Aid to Ine Shipbuilders and Machinery Wanufaclurti, of hi.- hat juch referencs should fovm i I for of PIT his eyra hid lost n-ine of.tholr 'they with fire that In the Allifoa >l that Iherc was any of re- Is-nS the lariff by Irea- MORGAN ON CANA'- COMMITTEE. p. C., Xov. W. The HH eeds or.ty or rf priri v.-oc 1C him b? Wwlleil In B polftleal JeKile In itefer.sc of any plas of tn'-lh or juftl i- ho dated laVe 1'sue BLEW HIS HEAD OFF. Lumbermift Mrrl( Death Exp'oilon. nte. Wis., N'ov. oxploilon ot a btssl In the loatl of J. camp mnn fcimevl Johnson, lalally anil rtljshllr hurt twa more Jchnroa'a nead off. other tnierysls ot ite not broacheJ. WEATHER FOR IOWA. WaihiiiBtont D. C, Nov. 20- Saturday. v-'armsr thc sxrkuHnral nr  Infercr.ca Menna ti> te evl ed by the fxct IMI they io i ttelr ftir- What Cav. Drake liaj Given O: his pRllanlhropIeT. CIov. Urak" lhat" r 11 "n Ihn ir.olesty. Of his for- th r-Ji whAt tlpM a Literal, hut r.ever <-T n t :r.ke or- moanl Hr. Publc Ijiuttn. No .i v. Mord "Sol- In tht Ull yard er, an-1 yet' aleA at NEW BASEBALL u'ojrn. N, V.. Xov. It. wcrelATj- of ratio of ihe Natiotial rt Profes- :ullBr minor the from minor I -lr.i: with ihe lall   

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