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   Daily Iowa Capital (Newspaper) - September 12, 1899, Des Moines, Iowa                                5 OCLOCK EDITION J VOL XVI MO221 DES MOINES TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 12 1899 of the West Shore railroad director of the West Shoic Ontario Terminal company director of the Totedo Can ada Detroit Railway com pany director of the New York Cen tral Hudson River and a dozen other affiliated railroads VANOERBILT PASSES AWAY CORNELIUS DIES AFTER A BRIEF ILLNESS Hia Wife Daughter and Son Were With Him When He DiedHc Leaves Large Thorough Railroad Man New York Sept Van oeibilt died at this morning m li s unaccustomed to restraint and the se home at Fiftyseventh street Fifh discipline imposed by their col avenue In this city There were who had been in the regular serv TROUBLES OF A REGIMENT Souie of the Facts Pertaining to the South Dakota San Francisco Calt Sept prime causes are back of all the diffi culty in the First South Dakota regi and a revival after the active campaign of the old feeling among the men that Colonel Frost while a brave officer and a good leader is very ambitious and of a tyrannical disposition The volunteers had been ice for yecitj grew almost Mr Vanderbilt at the of his death his wife his daughter Qtadys and Keg to some There were inald his youngest son discontent and an occa He returned from Newport with his home concerning wife last evening apparently in excel prior to the regiments departure for lent health ard spirits and ret red the firing line In the field little was eaily About midnight he was sez d thought of save pushing the enemy OCLOCK EDITION PRICE TWO CENTS SENATOR GEAR OrTRUSTS WILL ADDRESS THE CON VENTION IN CHICAGO Large Attendance Will Be Populists ami Agitators Will Steer Clear of the Bfeetine Tomorrow Chicago Sept Gear Iowa will talk upon Trusts before the convention which convenes in this city equal opportunity for young men The young man out of college has no rule He cannot begin business on his own account against organized capital He must join the procession He must content himself with being a mere clerk and the chances are that he will never get any further because there are so many in his class This makes his po sition a poor man I am sorry for the young man of today r have studied the situation and I am sure of what I am saying present Industrial tendency amounts to almost a craze for trusts Thereis hardly anything in the indus trial line that has not been tackled by the promoters of the trusts Just at present times are good and everything Is floating along nicely When the collapse eomee as come it must It will sweep those trusts to fi nancial ruin steel rails for instance er the worldinvading Great Britain will talk although several of the othei delegatps from that state have an a serious attack the household j and upholding the good reputation of i to address the convention was aroused and several physicians the troops When the regiment was Truts and combinations will be on summoned Everything possible was i encamped at San Fernando and other done but he grew rapidly worse and J points and was suffering greatly from died at a quarter past five Mrs Van its exertions and exposure incident to derbilt and her daughter Gladys are the campaign the fecllng against the prostrated by the shock and physicians j colonel revived in quarters that had g H1 I been prejudiced against The death of Vanderbilt caused a him This was intensified by the gen raid on the stocks at the opening and j era understanding that he had bitter Fome declines were caused temporarily opposed relief for the regiment from Jl in and other shares but the firing line and that he had held strong support appeared and the losses i large numbers of the men to active du were recovered with something moreties who wore alleged to be fit only for the hospital Out of these disagree ments have arisen about all the trouble 13 lllmense blocks the Brooklyn Rapid Transit wore ULKJUL LUC LiUUUit thrown on the market causing a sharp j The volunteers were in constant corre break in those securities and carrying spondence with relatives and friends down the rest of thelist below the and the arrests made at the instance of previous low point Colonel Frost were the consequence of left five children Cornelthe charges and statements made con lus Gertrude Alfred Reginald and cerning his conduct Gladys Cornelius Tvas married to the When the regiment reached Naga daughter of R T Wilson a banker sakl on its return by the Sheridan it two years ago Gercrufle became the I received a vast accumulation of mail ire of Harry PayneWhitney son of j forwarded from San Francisco There the former secretary of the navy AViU was an abundance of South Dakota pa uam C Whitney pers containing soldier letters ad drerred to Senator Pettigrew and oth Cornelms was B6 years rf er citizens The Warne letter was in age havingbeen born on the 27th of No vember 1S13 He was the oldest son of William H Vanderbilt the oldest son of Commodore Vanderbilt who laid the foundation for the Vanderbilt fortune The deceased was a man of unexam pled virtue a strict disciplinarian in family matters and withal very phil anthropic He was president of the New York Central and the Luke Shore and bs this collection and the surgeons ar rest followed without delay After leaving Yokohama the arrest of Quar termaster Sergeant William Wiehe of the Spearfish company and Sergeant McCoshen of the Watertown company was ordered Private Jones orderly to Colonel Frost felt sorry for the pre dicament of Sergeant Wiehe and told going through j get Qff Yhfe ci had written a letter which he stated it the same as ons of the workmen He was thofoughly acquainted with every detail of the in dustry and while president put in as irany hours of solid work for the com pany as any man it He was stricken with paralysis years ago and has from that two to Pettigrew in was understood seemed to be on the decline so far asactof Frost was to be made a brigadier gen eral Major Howard of Aberdeen colonel of the regiment HcCoshen timo distinguished himself by a spseat Lillli t early in the campaign his health concerned His eldest had wnttfin home some especially se Cornelius marrltd sometime cgoivere strJctures on the conduct of the ft lliss which was ins commanding officer which found their fathers wishes Shortly previous to vay Jnto the Watertown Sioux Falls the marriage the father was stricken ss stated and it is said that the b etinacy son had Eomethingto do with bringing on the attack Cornelius Vancerbilt wa bora on Staten Island William HVanderbill his father was at that time a farmer ard Cornelius ai the ape of 16 school and secured a place as gar in the Shoe and Leather bank His grandfather the commodore learning of this sent for him arid asked why he bad not applied to him for a place Because I didnot want to ask you for the reply Thip pleased the commodore and it is said that he marte a conicil to hi xvill a few days later hi grandson leaving to Coraeiius left the Shoe and Leather bankto go into the employ of Kissam Brns bankers but later his grand father askfki him to enter the railroad service The young man was making 60 a month and declined to leave his place unless he got more money He given S6S and accepted it He was then about 21 yearsold The first place he was given was that of as sistant treasurer of the Xew York and Harlem railroad His vise wag rapid and he succeeded father as heart of the Vanderbilt system Mr Vander bilts active career was closed when he suffered stroke in 1S05 practically a paralytic Despite his enormous business inter ests he found time to devote to church and Sundayschool work which he be gan early in life He gave freely to railroad branch of the Y M C A anrl the work of the St Bartholomews Episcopal church in thie city Mr Vinderbilts great business cares made his life necessarily methodic and he was noted for his punctuality Mr Vanderbilt tvent tor Europe last spring and came home on Jun 21 ac companied by Mrs Vanderbilt ard his daughter Gladys They wen to New port the same day and Mr Varner bilt improved txmstantly in his health On August 5 he gave a house party at his home The Breakers the social af fair in The Breaker were upon tic departure of Alfred Vandaroilt for a roundtheworld trip The effects of Vanderbilts death on the stocks is at the bottom however and the snorts began to cover and felight recoveries followed At noon the market was hesitating and unsettled Coroner Called Coroner Hart was summoned to the Vanderbilt house because of the fact that a doctor was in attend ance at ih death intsead of the reg ular physician The disposition of the Vanderbilt es tate i3 a matter of doubt Cornelius Jr was alienated from the family by his marriage to Grace Wilson who is eight or ten years his senior and other state paper Both sergeants wrote that Frost cared nothing for the welfare of the rank and file and that he was ready to sacrifice them in any way to further his own ambitions Ma jor Howard was called an arrant cow ard and Lieutenant Coionel Stover was named as the man who ought to com mand the regiment Stovers arrest is Said to have fol lowed a confession imputed to Wiehe that he Wiehe was inspired to write the letter by Stover Lieutenant Bates is also charged with having written a letter reflecting on the colonel when be was second lieutenant in Company I Lieutenant Colonel Stover it is said ha made the following statement Colonel Frost i3 a good commanding officer and a man against whose rec ord nothing can be said But he is an egotist and consumed with ambition He was first lieutenant in the Twenty Second regiment anrl as such was at tached to the agricultural college at Brookings S D He lost that position and I fought hard for his restoration He sent pitiful letters to me to help him and I did Then when it came to the colonel of the regiment I worked with Governor Sheldon and made him sign his commission The governor opposed it almost tearing the paper with his pen when he signed the commission Youll be isorry for this some day he said and he seemed to be gifted with prophecy When Governor Leewas nominated by the populists Colonel Frost sent him a telegram of congratulation asking Stover to sign it After the lieutenant colonel had done so it is claimed that the commanding officer added We hope you will win Lieutenant Colonel Stover hearing this scratched his name from the telegram Congressman Gamble is endeavoring to adjust the difficulty but has met with small encouragement The case will undoubtedly be laid before General Shafter and should he order a court martial the South Dakotans may not be mustered out for months Use the celebrated Keystone Coal Ninth and Locust and 24thst DISOAVXS THE PLAY Chester Fcrnald Says The Ghetto ns Performed Is a Libel London Sept Bailey Fer until next Saturday evening in Central Mueic hall It is expected that more than 200 po litical economists statesmen labor leaders lawyers and successful bus iness men will conduct the Suit Pa pers covering both sides and all feat ures of the great question will be read discussed and commented upon There has been a contiguous stream of arrivals today from all parfe of the county Delegations from Texas Miss issippi and Tennessee were among the arrivals during today Victor Rose water of Omaha exGovernor Crounse of Colorado Secreary and Treasurer of the Knights of Labor John Hayes has also arrived Col W Bryan is expected Thursday It now admitted by politicians throughout the country that the trupt problem faces both parties and a political istjue for the campaign of 1900 FOUR KILLED ON ROCK ISLAND HEAD END COLLISION OC CURS AT MIDNIGHT Took Place Near OxfordThe Cause of the Accident Is as Yet Un Quinu Is Among the Dead Special to the Capital r Iowa City Sept extra freight trams on the Chicago Roc Island and Pacific railway crashed to gether In a head end collision 23 miles west of Iowa City near South Amana Japan and other midnieht Pour men were killed enormous deposits of high grade ore were injured none of the in Minnesota and Wisconsin there is latter seriously The killed Webb Smith Jr of Iowa City Charles Brown colored of Iowa City Engineer Tom Quinn of Rock Island Fireman A H of Rock Island The cause of the wreck is as yet un known ability secured a more general recog nition Severat months ago Mr Blanchard was seized with what resembled paral Siis of the brain He suffered consid erably and not possessing a vigorous constitution faded away into the other world His loss to the editorial fra ternity in this city is sincerely regret ted He had formed during his six years residence some very close ties and all feel that his death is anlrra parable one in the special field occupied by him His brother Ben lives in Dee lUolnes no reaon why we should not be able to produce rails and other steel prod ucts cheaper than any other nation Ae a iesult of trust manipulation steel nails now sell at 30 a ton or there abouts It is an outrage onthe con sumer and it is shortsighted on the part oC the manufacturer There Is one thing thatgreatly dis turbs me The republican party whether juetly or unjustly is associat ed with trusts in the minds of the Another Account Special to the Capital masses As a party we have reached a I Marengo Iowa Sept uau crisis where we Have got to call a j occurred on the Rock island at bad halt The republican party has got to disconnect itself from trusts It has got to do somethingmore than adopt an early hour this morning at South Amana in which two trainmen and two tramps were killed The wreck But the promoters of this conference tow of sentiment in the western repub which has boeu conceived and planned Hcan states agrainsttiuyts isnot un platform planks agairettrusts It has was caused bv the collision of two got to put forth its fullstrength and freight trains on a curve a mile and legislate against them The feeling a east of South Amana The cause against the trust idea is intense in tle wreck is as yet uns west It is so intense in the republican party that the party break ranks unless something te done The under but out by the Civic Federation of Chicago say they have been careful to eliminate nil semblance of political scheme in It They declare that the leaders of thought who have been invited to participate will strip the trust problem of every thing sentimental and theoretical and will consider it purely as an econom ical question The silver apostle and candidate for president W J Bryan is coming and will hold the center of the stage long enough to present what arguments he may have ajrainst conditions that have made it possible for trusts to be formed and lived The Civic Federation prom ises that every variety of opinion shall be heard every interest represented When the arguments are all in and the is summed up then the gen eral public is to judge of the result Whether the conference will reach that point where it may take a stand and pronounce on the results ofand rem edies for trusts is at present uncertain The federation officer Jo not even un dertake topredict They say that a committee on resolutions to report port of expression undoubtedly will be appointed At 10 oclock tomorrow morning the conference will be called to order in Central Music hall by Franklin H Head president of the Civic federation Mr Head has prepared an address set ting forth the objects held in mind by that organization in conducting the movement for holding such a confer ence In the event he is not prevented by Illness from coming Governor Tanner will welcome the on behalf of Illinois In the absence of Mayor Har rison who is not expected home until TJiursday Acting Mayor Charles H Walker will welcomethe delegates on behalf of the people of Chicago Foiowing these ceremonies Profes sor J W Jenks of the National Indus trial commission and Professor H C Adarra statistician for the Interstate commerce commission will explain the problems to be considered The forming of a temporary organi zation and the appointment of com mittees f n order of business credentials j SLULCa elgi derstood in the and proaram c1 session conclude the open It IF proposed that so far as possible the visiting1 governors shall be called upoi to preside Each session will elect its rown chairman Governor Poynter telegraphed to Secretary Easley that he cculd not be Here until Saturday and it was said he would probably occupy th chilr at the morning seesion that lav The govemors who have promised to be present are W E Kansas H S Ptngree Miohignn W J Nebraska fj M SMw Iowa George W West Virginia Edward Wisconsin John R Illinois Governor K V Stevens of Missouri and Governor A E Lee of South Da kota are also expected to be here Secterity east The revolt may strike us early as nest year It teems to me sifter giving the subject a great thought that the republicans in congress will have to examine the subject thoroughly and whenever they find for its exorbitant profits largely onpro tective duties it the duty of re publican congressmen and senators to remove the duties att once We cannot Stop short of AH Sorts on Hand New York Sept ExUnited States Senator Henry W Blair of Vir ginia who is on his iray toChicago to attend the trust conference last night All sorts and conditions of theorists bs there The Spellbinder wh thinks the trusts arc driving this country to the bowwows and the cor porationist who can see no harm in them be there to airvtheir views I have the only a shore are 547 trusts up to date with a eight billions Two billions eight Just about represent the bonds The other six billions are water Much tf an mvestigation will be made in a few TROOPS RUSHING TOJHE FRONT ENGLAND KEEPS ON WITH ITS DETERMINATION first Transport to Sail From Ibia on September 10 Knjjland4 Ans wer Now iu the Hands of the Bute Cabinet Express Ho London Sept 12It is still uncertain The press of Iowa learn with sincere I regret of the death of John Elaodiad j decided upon or when nomi except the Indian contin nationi were to be mads Inan early gent and four other regiments ane each he aided materially in getting the from Aldershoi Egypt Malta and 01 Iowa a distinguished stand n Crete making the additional force for chard BIan Slulh Africa 10000 men which will cnaro dies a victim of overwork He bring the garrison of Natal up to 15 Penalty that has many arothsrEd A conservative estimate puts the at As yet no British volunteers have been accepted for cape service and thereare many efforts being made to EPLure warning for at least one bat talion Col SirHowardVincent has affered to enroll a battalion 1000 strong at his own expense Such a regiment of picked to hf marksmen would beextremely useful f ITI Boer fighting rtnd its Actiou of a Prominet Ohio Democrat On Exnunieoii Finlay O Sept E T Dunn of this city a leading lawyer and prom inent democratic politician of NotV weatern Ohio in a letter to the Kan coctc county democratic1 cntril com mittee as a democratic senatorial this district The Son for ML Dnn move is fully expiated his letter H 6 a impetus the He said that until last evening he J volunteer enthusiasm tccled to gulp down the v platform could not indorse its w ui senriment but becausce of somea od S02 O Quinn and ngines 807 and S07 were Conductor j tions of Mi Fireman Poison Bot IJoers iet Ammunition Lourenzo Marquez Dslagoa Bay m the remainder he thought his silencSePt consignment of ammuni aunng the campaign mght be excsed tlon presumably for the Transvaal has but since rending the speech of Co arrived here gressman Lentz at New York COM d n no longer endure it He quotes por Diaiiltch Received at Pretoria ns of Mr speech and adds Pretoria British cab am not in accord with these views i net Dispatch of Friday has just been two tramps who were stealing a ride wefct The car in which they were con cealed was completely telescoped and they were killed Death must havu been instantaneous as their mangled bodies gave evidence when discovered in the wreck They have not been identified Engineer Thomas Dunn of No SO1 was a3o hurt though not seriously The tram had just pulled around the curve out of South Amana and was going at an easy rate of speed Both Dunn and the fireman jumped and es caped without serious injuries The scene at the wreck was a bad one as over a dozen cars were smash ed up and piled about the track The engines were practically destroyed It impossible todiscover what was the cause of the wreck said to have had or the i 4JUU vi He capitalization of thought they had orders for the right of this of way and that the track was cleared It r Eaia that an will be made in a few days The dispatch of of the latter is held by people who will fice at Des the lose on it one of these days I read U1 exSenator Washburns interview with a good deal of interest There is a good deal of sound sense in what he says But I take exception to his state ment that the republican party is al lied with trusts to greater extent than our opponentsIf the democrats can denounce trusts to any greater ex tent than can the republicans then it is because they are more conversant with the dictionary The republicans wilt make the issue next fall They will not allow Mr Bryan to make it I have been figurinyxyn the cost of the war in the Philippines One month of idleness by the oC the United States with the consequent lose of wages to the employes would amount to more than the entire cost of suppressing the rebels in the Philip TTHAT SHAW DO He Proposes to levotc Moat of His Time to Pension Legislation Kew York Sept Albert D Shaw the new commanderinchief of the Grand Army of the Republic eaid last night A great deal of my attention will oe given to pension legislation The oid soldiers are entitled to lasting consider of trains on the division South Amana is six miles from 3Ja rengo and something like 30 miles from Iowa City It is located in Iowa coun ty A call at the Rock Island general office in this city developed the fact that no information was being given out with regard to the cause which led up to the accident pending the investiga tion which will be held soon It is gen erally understood that the investigation will lead to a thorough examination of the orders issued out of the train patchers office The chieftrain dis patcher is Lieutenant Fred Jones a very careful and painstaking officer COUCHES in great variety EHiott Andersoh Co 424426 East Locust BANTAM FIGHT Indications arc That It Will Come off This Afternoon New York a bright sunshine and a cool fresh breeze at 10 oclock this morning there was a good prospect that the contest between Ped lar Palmer and Terry McGovern at the Westchester Athletic club ring in Tuck ahoe would take place this afternoon The prize is the bantam weight cham ckadel of American liberty but s strengthening its bulwarks We ar 5 not attempting to crush dawning r publicanism in the orient Asruirta do and his rebellious hosts are our ee mies The Philippine islands are n w a part of our country by conquest bv solemn treaty ratified by Spain and our congress and by purchase for a pr ce paid The Filipinos are Their government is a must be worked out by embarked by September GOU OKEJSEPAKATOB Southwestern Mines the Inventor jays May DC Worked Without Water New York Sept A Edi and I are trie patentee of the HE IT Duke of Orleans Position in Dreyfus Case Causes a P tmnthtiftviu L iJitiejjiee QT me process ratify in the FAILED TO IDENTIFY Sherman Kirkhart Did not Recog nize Colored Men Arrested Sherman Kirkhart and a brotherin law whose name could not be ascer tained appeared in police court this morning to identify three colored men Harry Welton Horace Hose and Walter Taylor who were arrested by0fficer Lewis last night upon Picion that theywere the who ted assaulted Kirkhar and brotherinlaw down on the Q depot earlier in the evening The latter wer however unable to identify the PIaimed that believed they had cnanged their clothing and otherwise altered their appearance so as to prevent recognition The prison ers were accordingly again committed to jail to await further identification It was expected that Officer would be able to clear the mveiery upon his arrival today The complain ing witnesses are badly bruised up and have some severe gashes about their faces and hands The details of the tight were not made known at the morning session of police court non which is to work the gold out of tne sand which is called the Castro company is my employment as PX pert I expect io go toNew Mexico with the machinery and ta superintend construction of the plant We1 shall be gin work almost at once At the start we shall produce OOU worth of gold every day 800 million dollars worth of it there Tha eeotrirmaehinerv will take it directly from the sandThere will oe no trans portation of the ore We shall handle it all OTI the spot and merelv the pure gold My process has solved the problem oi gold mining without water It has beentested and found to fulfill all re quirements The gold ore in some places is not more than three feet below the surface and it extends downward in Mr has done little for two years besides perfecting his gold ex SJEtem of SOW extraction b electricity 15 eoreewhat similar to that which he uses at Edison K J getting iron from river by I AHO LJltUJL large ore crushers are required There are tnree sets of twelveinch eightinch and fourinchan the ation what if the pension roll is large The union soldiers saved this nation the Their reward should be commensurate T f with their services If the burden should prove too heavy I am in favor of a patriot pension bond issued to that only the interest would have to be met from year to year Let posterity meet the bonds when they mature Why The countrywas saved to pos strong of Texas saying they would at tend the entire conference The Texas delegation headed by At torney Smith left Austin in the morn nald asks to have it particularly un it ie only proper that a part on posterity w utfij rotary Easley received letters yesterday of tile burden should fall from Congressman J P Dolliver of Iowa attd C S of Tennessee exCongressman L F Livingston of fortunate coincidence proved anunde ht the all kt served libel on the Jewish character J a tus MITCHELIVTL3LE AFFAIRS Picnic to Be Held byv the Modern Woodmen orAm erica Special to the Capital Mitchellvillev Sept are being made for the grand Wood men picnic to be held n the park at this place on Thursday September 14 Del egations from Bondurairt Altoona and PraSrie City will be in at tendance Music will be furnished by u M w toil UHdl LCI T j The adaptation of the play was orig1 l tne Garment Makers inally made from Heyermans Jewish i at the audi drama by air Fernald but in the annex A later train brought I course of rehearsal the management at j Dl Chamberlain of Denver the Comedy theater cut the play to pieces in order to give all the best lines Washbnrn on Trusts Some of the Offices He Held At the time of his death Mr Van the production derbilt as president ofthe Canada The result proved his wisdom for the Southern railway vicepresident and j play is a dismal failure in spite of he director of the Rrach Creek railroad president of Detroit Bay City railroad director of the Cleveland Cin cinnati Chicago St Louis railroad director of the Detroit Chicago rail to Mrs Brown Potter so that Ferrald York SepL Tribune reluctantly withdrew his name from published today the following i the Drorluction road director of the Dunkirk Allegheny Valley Pktsburg railroad director CC the Hudson River Bridge company president of the Goliet Northern In diana railroad president of the Lem injtori CTair railroad president the New fork Hareni railroad pres J4eat the Niagara RiverBridge com pany president of the Spuyten Duyvil 4k Port Morris railroad director of the Car director with exUnited States Senator Willi D Washburnof Minnesota The present situation to the sements of are on the program including ana iasc nignt at a Turkish baih housa uiat me Kirg up town where thev weighed in at P has refJueRted the Duke oclock this morning accordin to anIlot to star BeTgium a acreempne 3 tne Jungr Oi Italy has forhinr agreement Star Coal Co corner Seventh ot Jisngr of Italy has ha nepnew the Duke of Aosta whose wif ofOrleans to vwT wcvciiLn ann Chestnut Sts H G McElderry life to Orleans if he comes Many letters tpothy Drevfus brother this morning and bearing up weli The pris ah enormous num s of sympathy sinceSat to Italy A HOYAIi at Copenhagen to Witness Unveiling of Monument Copehagen monument commemorating the Schleswig wars was unveiled here today in the pres ence of King Christian the czar and czaifna the dowager empress of Rus sia the king of Greece the princess of Wales and other membere of the Dan ish royal family Great crowds of peo ple were present and there was much enthusiasm displayed A fine COUCH 700 ElliottAnder between Jasper and Polk90n Co ij24425 counties a game of base nail etc A everybody is invited it is expected that an immense crowd will be in attend ance There will also be some speeches C W Britton the republican candS date for member ot the board of sup ervisors ie meeting a cordial re ception in his canvass He Trill run even with his ticket in Beaver township Our people are not goingto do anything to j man who loves his country is really ttrol t alarming and it is more largely turn the county over to democratic con GOOD RAIX IX INDIA to the formation of what is called Two Provinces Get Rain lint Other There la no Change Simla British 1rdia Sept the trust than to any other agency Firet this trust craze has changed the whole nature of doingthings When I was a young am The s TOCURK A COLD WHILE YOTJSLKKP Take Weeks BreakUpaCold Tab fett No Cure No Pay Prtct ienees were Hke mine They entered the race without a handicap and their grit and capacity won NOTV this build mr up of put stop to fair Mad Best main springs warranted 5 years 50c Amtz Jewelry Co 526 E Locust WHAT THE WEATHER IS TO BE Pair Tonight mud Wednesday Cooler in Central Portion Toniglit For tonight and Wednesday cooler tonight Des Moines and tonieht and Wednesday in cettril BEAD Was Well Knoirn in Totvaf and Was Formerly Oil Inspector Special to the Capital Minneapolis Sept 12Tohn Blanch ard editor of the Minneapolis Times and ona of the ablest editorial writers in the country died this morning at the age of He was oil insoector for two years during the administration of Governor Boies in Iowa and had been to HONORS FOR A ITERO Capt I Mayo Dyer of Baltimore Re ceives Baltimore Md ept 12Captain I j Ministers Profoundly Mwort San Francisco Sept 12The follow ing message was sent tolMcKinley by tne Episcopal clergy of this city Being profoundly moved bv verdct in the Dreyfus we most earnestly request your excel lency to take such action toward a reversal of the sentence as possible and compatible with diplomatic relations the two nations YOUK BUTCHERS f T J Mayo Dyer one of the heroes of Ma nila and commander of the cruiser Bal timore in the battle of Manila bay was the honored guest of this city today The streets were packed with people ana the residences and business houses decorated The procession the Maryland militia two companies of regular artillery G A R and civic organizations paraded and was re viewed by Dyer Mayor Malster on naL of the city presented Dyer with a magnificent sword and Dyer subse quently held a public reception at I Ladies spring heel Shoes ereat values cut to The Hub inS made by retail butchers of this city to fight the beef trust by DKlMlTIC on J for many years MINISTER Corea of Nicaragua Presents His Credentials to MeKtnlcv Washington Sept A the new minister from Ki to the proportions in the east and plan of the beef the E that all efforts tobriiurtt east must be abortive because organ the o rj For exchanged felicitations k an a long period he resided in Dubuqueally hearty character It is and was connected with the Times Ofthat Corea has Instructions to trat me wnolwith the United States construction of a be possessed a more trenchant pen than John Blanchard Crisp incisive and to the point his editorials had an orig inality to them that caused them to be read in all parts of the country He was modest in his demeanor and owing to his constant timidity to push himself forward TPSS kept in the back ground where other men 1trould bate trtth lew Nicaragua canal movement of tl business he Big Five alone There are areas of thousands of acres or vnrintr i y nne Two cases of yellow fever are reIfing Iands In the east on whlcfr ported amongthe troops at Havana MOSKADS ANTISEPTIC LOTION For the complexion has no equal For the face nothing better for sun burn nothing like it Sold by all Price 25 cattle aw now raised soWy there is a poor market for them C a raiaed In Mr nn Mr Bannon declares are shipped to Chicago there slaughtered ard shipped charges being paid on them one is necessary two   

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