Des Moines Daily News, July 24, 1901

Des Moines Daily News

July 24, 1901

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Des Moines Daily News (Newspaper) - July 24, 1901, Des Moines, Iowa PriM By Only ONE YRAS1100 SIX MONTHS70o Times ONE MONTH 2M DBS MOINESmiLS YESTER DAKS ISSUlE ONE CENT TWENTIETH YBARjrO21tf DEHjMOiNES IOWA WEDNESDAY EVENING JULY LAST EDITION RearlMlral W S ScMeultrites a ScorcMn Letter to Secretary of the Navu Long f M Admiral SchleysLetter to Secretary bong Great Neck tphg Island N Y July 221901 Sir Within the past few days a series of press comments have been sen to me from various parts of the country of a book entitled The History of the Navy written by one Edgar Stanton Maoiay From these reviews it appears that this edition is a third volume of the said history extended to in clude tho late war with Spain which the first two volumes did not contain and were inuse as text bookfe at the Naval Acrfdemy From excerptsquotedin some reviews in which the page and paragraph are giventhere is such perversion of facts misconstruction of intention such intemperate abuse and defamation d myself which subjects Mr Maclay to action in civil law Whllo ladmit the right of lair criticism ofevery public officer I must protest against the low flings and abusive language of this violent partisan6jiponent who has infused into the pages of his book so mUpnof the malice of unfairness as to make it unworthy the name of history or of use in any reputable Institution of the I have refrained heretofore frjpm all comrmmt upon the innuendoes of enemies muttpred opmurmured in secret and with safety to themseJives Itrjink the time has now to take such actionashiaytiiHig this entire matter un der discussion under the clearer and calmer review of my brothers in arms and to this ehd such action at the hands of the department as It nay best to accomplish this ipurpose 0 Put I would express tho pequest in this connection that whatever the action my be pceur in Washington where most of my papers and data aje stored Very respectfully W SSGHLEirRear Admiral U S N To lrje Secretary of theNavy Washington D C Secretary Longs Reply to Admiral Schley Navy Department Washington July 241901 Sir I am in receipt of yours ol the 522nd instant with ref erence to the criticisms upon you in connection with the SpanishAmerican war and heartily approve of your action under the circumstances in asking at the hands o this de partment such action as may bring this entire matter under discussion under the clearer and calmer review of my broth ers in arms Then the Navy Department will at once proceed in accord ance with your request Very respectfully JOHN D LONG To Rear Admiral W S Schley U SN M f FOSBURGS PISTOL IS MK JOYNEB MAKES A START LING STATEMENT WARNED BY POLICE CHIEF OFFICES FRIGHTENED THE EL DER FOSBTJUG MADE A PURCHASE OF A GUN Foeburg Sr Carried Money to the iji a Car and Had Bought a Revolver a MUSK July doors Of the court Uonsoiii which the Fosbwrg manslaughter trial is proceeding were be sieged fully an hour before tlio opening of todays session by crowds of spectators and owing to the crush hundreds had to be denied admittance BO great wns tho in terest in the address of Sir Jbyiior the attorney for the defense Mr Joyncrnt the hour of adjournmentyesterday hud iost described lUc scene on tlio morning of the tragedy when he said RobertL tfos liUrg who hadboon beaten by burglars had recovered consciousness and rushed to a windowand screamed ilnrdcr He resuuiod tlio day by tellliife buvgs kept firearms in the bouse Mr Joyncr said Wo Iniow nnd the government docs not know timt It was tho defendants whichshot his sister He continued The firm of II L Koamirg Co hftd many men In Us employ the payroll amounting to some weekly The men wore nonKngllshspeakhig and tvcrQ paid in money atthe ollice of the company Mv froshuvg Srwould take money frgm the bunk to the oUltc in HU electric car Tho men know this nnd be cnusa of tlie risk emcr of police had DUCK remnrkod that If any men needed a pistol they the Pnabiirgs did For this reason the dctettdnut got one Mr Fosburgi the defendant and his wife occupied the kitchen bed room hut they discovered a dlsngrtjahle wlor In the Sink and moved to another room leaving sonic wearing apparel and a pistol lu the Robbery and have been motives of the ImrglmV Mr Toynur do ctored tliuy were young active slight else they could not have gotten out of tlio house through the opening loft by the screen Done By the Family Tlie defense he sMd Intended to show that the soiled clothingpillow cases etc were thrown by tho family into the taBkct lu tlio carriage house The theory of the defense is that the crime was not the performance of skilled burglars that tlie stockings which were worn and cut were drawn over overshoes to muffle the sound of steps that the tracks seen were made by the men when they left the House and that ttlieyJntcndcd to steal anything they could lay bauds on Hen were seen down Benedict KJl nftcr the trnjierty ho said andit theory of the defense that they doubled on their trail and whon tlio posse came along joined In the pursuit thus diverting suspicion from themselves Furniture WAS Cheap Tho ftirnitijre in tiie house was cheap and easily and It wns broken ho asserted In the struggle in he back room Thor was only u narrow space be tweon the bcdnnd the bureau and tlio de fense claims that the 7urenu was twisted around during tlie fray In conclusion Jlr Joyncr said The de fense will slmw timt the familyhad doms Its utmost to bring to Justice the men who entered the house nnd tliat whatfvor may be the theory Miss Mny wns a woman without an enemy in her home nnd in her church life she won the affection of all who know lior She was tier brothers companion her mothers Idol nud to the younger members of lio family she was ever helpful There wns no ostrniiKOinont bfttwcftn any iif thefamily Sir Toyner concluded his address Jnfit be fore 10 oclock nnd the witnesses for tlio defCTififc Including neighbors inuwlipvs rif the Fosnurff family and Miss Itcrtint Shel don were swovii In n group HARDIN WANTS A REHEARING Application to Supremo Court for Re opening Police dburt Contempt House Notes In tho cflRQotHll Ilnrdln fnrrt from Iollt county contonipt of court proccedlnga the appellant ban Upd o mo tion for a rehearing on tho pioimd that luprome court did not tindcrataiid tfcc testimony or bud an imperfect abstract of the evidence Horrlvan of Iowa Citywlio bus the contract for tho sowers at Cherokee call ed on thp state board of control on bis way toCherokoe to bogln worli oii tlie Job Jiidge Klnne of the state hoard ofcon trol went to Clarinda on inspection afternoon The Sentinel Ilihnslilug ooinpnny of Shcuundoith ims filed nvtlclcs1 of incornortt tloii wiiillal president C U Marvin vice president II E Deator sec vctavyanC trensuvcr U G Uftiulgerj A WEDDING Miss Mary Murphy Unitedin MaiS riage With AkffuU atSt Ainbrose Church Lnst nt 8 oclock at St Anibrosc church was solemnized the ivcddlng of Miss Mnvy and Mr A Hull of Chloigo The bride wore a hfinclsoine gown of silk crepe trimmed with lacii and rib lions iiwl ctircicd brides roaes Tho mar riage was a quiet one followed by au elaborate supper nt the brides home on Sixth avenue The tabledecorations were pink and white roses and maiden bulr foniH Miss Murphy has hold a position with tlie Sltuoa Clothing campaur where she Is held Ju liigh favor the grooin lias a line position with a Chicago firm and the counle will go to Chicago nt ouoe to make their home IS CHARGED WITH SEDUGTIOUj Detectlve Panor Aixests Wijilam PdrttJodgVWhile at Balls Grocery Today Detective1 Panor this morning arrested William Nclaou wmitedlu Ft Podye ou a cliurgc of seduction The arrest was made on the strength of a request of Sheriff Dows of Kf Dodge who failed to furnish any Information of the alleged crime be yond the statement that tho man was working near Ft Dodge ivhen he met the girl who is now tho prosecuting witness 1auor searched nearly all night for tho mun and finally foundhim it Calls grocery store Twoutysocoud and Cottiigo Grove u veil ui1 nt about 0 oclock this Bank Will be Established at Earlham With Des Moines Say ings Banks nlterested The stoclihdlders of the Dos Molneg Savings bank are establishing a newsavt htgs hank at Karllinm which will be open ed Atigtist 1st IT E Toachont will be the president of the bnnlt and A C Millerj vlcu president II M Mhinery will bethe cashier Mr Whlnery Is lie president of the Savin leg Imiik In Wnukoe and of the Citizens balik in Diiltna Ccutcr The liiiuk is private one nnd the capital will be InomiHcd as the business requires al backing IS SUED BY MRS The Presidents Wife Seeks to Protect Her Interests in a Nevada Mine ELY Nor Suit has been begun In the United States court at Carson by Mrs Ida McKlnlcy and Mrs ITnry B Barber against John Stcclc William Iliiyes and otticrs to recover posscfialoii of the till Jnh mine one of the naUiitcd cltilma of tlie CantonMhiliiff compnny on which the defendants arc operating and ilso foe dumsisea for ore taken out uid shipped by the nefendsmts durlnu the per iod of their occupancy of tho mine SIGNS UP STATE CONTRACTS Executive Council Closing Up Bu ness and Passing on Minor Bills of the State The stale executive council hold a special ineetinj this morning to puss on hills and sign up the slate supplies and attend to otltcr similar rcutlnc tors The members present vjero Miirtln Menlam and GIlborlKon tho ilrfci naincd presiding in tlie abspnco of thegovernor INSTRUCTED FOiTHERRIOTT Heated Convention Held in Harrison County Wliere Cummins Strength Was Choice LOO AX July liahI non county ropiiblfcnn convention met At n m nml eleclod lr ilddliigs of Woodbine ohalrmnn nnd Arthur Llttlo of Hioux as Hdcrotiiiy A hot and Ibngtliy lifihl over wliefher llrrrlolt or CuinmtnK delcgatos should fliosen After ono and a hnlf lioiirs of making motions nnd inonts Ilerrlott dokgntos wore elcctti nflil InHlrucftd Tho Honllment wns no slronRly for ilnm that Uid insured Hint IIP will ho lit iimiiilmoiiri neconit eliolre of tic to ItlC BtlllO COHVCnUVD BUILD BIG HOTEL FOR r RJSORTERS DES MOINES CAPITALISTS RAIS ING THE MONEY sophisticated crowd 1 backed the Americans niouut aiid when he wnsbcatchilicU Indignation uiled over arid a raging molj of and females sav agely aitackeUthe jQCkey whowtiB rescued with mHitriiyJcoiitingent and a powerful ofjpolice LOCATED AT MEADS PARK ONE OF THEJ FINEST SUMMER POSTELBIEB Ilf IOWA DEAL IS PROGRESSING NICELY A 3 Is at the Head of the of 30 Acres Is Selected One of tlie most beautiful suburbs of Des Molnen is to have a summer hotel it wltt be liutlt on ti tract tibout Uilrly acres ofland near the end of flic Flint Valleyline know ns find belonging to theGerman Savings bank A S WJlcoien the well knownreal estate man is Interestlnptitihfielf iu the scheme ofraising the necessary stockand the buslr ness venture raeetfi with tlio hearty up provftl of those who have been consulted The plan is to put at first something like into the hotel buildingit so tliat it can easily enlarged tract upon which the hole Is to be erected Is one oftlie inost nightly on that part of thp river nnd hns long been R favorite resort for campers Jt is con iidenjly believedthat a hotel at this place would he well patronized leaping at bound Into popular favor RUSSIANS THRASH A JOCKEY Cask Sloan Rode a Poor Horse and Harrowly Escaped Death from a Mad Mob July Sloan the American jockej who has been riding Iu Russia hud an exciting experience at the Moscow races where lio narrowly escaped death at the founds of n furious mob Sloan had boon rlillnjj wltli such continuous suc cess that his mounts were always favorites On the occasion in question Jic rodo a horse which bud no chance ot winning TUe un ARMS special to the SiImUiir fvota Littj5Rbek Ak BayBi Os coolft the county seat bf Mississippi coun ty 1s under 011 ao eomit of Pavlp uavlug revoked the commissions of SliVrihtj Sain Bowen and Circuit Collif Dcvclaud appointed J A Lorewellana 3 respectively ns thojr l CominigslonB woreforoardca hy Attorney Coleman of Little but Bowea and Uevef took ppadeftslbii of the court house silpnorted h crowd of dotormlnrd priiicJpRHj fiphi Iiiisornj and re fuse to vUcatd court house is barri caded Practically the entire town Is un der ariue Khofles nnd1 Lovewcll have a following of prbliftbly five thousniid roon POLK CQUNp BAR MEETING Attorneys iPasB Besolutions of Bc spect on Death of JC Macy and Plan i The mot at 2 oclock afternoon In tlioooiirthonse flnrt passed reHolnttbna of respect on the dcutli of Attoiuvy C Mticy They ar ranged to ho represented nt the funeral in an appropriate1 manner FIREMENS TOURNAMENT IS ON Aniiual Affair of the Northwestern Apeqpiation Draws a Large Crowd of WKSJT July annual tournament of the North western lown Firemens began here un der the most atwpldous clrciiinatancoa A large lip attendance at the vari ous events ICE FAMINE THREATENS DESMOINES CAN HOLD OTTT POB BUT ONE MONTH AT THIS BATE HANDING OUT SMALL CHUNKS COOL WEATHEB WILL BELIEVE THE SITUATION SIGNS OFAN ICE TRUST Famine Existsin Other Mean Building More Factories Clinite Inactive DCS Molnes is threatened with nn Ico famine Sloui CityOmaha andst Joseph are tlivpatonrdwltu tiimlltir culumUyiiUft Dea Molnes Is notlilng If not fashlonable An Ice fnminis mentisuntold siirtcthiR to the sick nnri cndlefiR IOBS of dollars and cents deoay of pefishable prodnctB AYlth onu maimfnchirlnK irtnnt an absolute famine Isimpossible but If the worst should come to pnas the commodity would lie wUhlu reach only of tlio wealthy At each ojiicc howcvor the oouvlotldn was expressed cooler wcntlim1 must In come and timt In that nvrnt by atlntiug tlielr snles noseiions fnmhic would result They said that should the supply rim out Itwould be diflicult to ship enough In from otlierpolnta to aupply the demandolBowhere The enormous dcinantl entailed by tho recent excessive lioitt has betn wholly without parallel In the history of any of the Ice companies The condition was disclosed by the fact that ninny of the drivers of ice wiigona nre handing out ice to their regular put rons only 111 dtllcate1 little chunks In quiry of severs of the Ice companies today t H J PIERRQNT MORGAN AT HIS DESK H M M M f M M111 elicited the statement In a general wtfy that another month such as the past will totally wipe out all tho river Ic6 in the city Two proprietors took Issue ylth this statement saying they had an ample quan tity but admitted that If others ran out and they were tailed upon to supply the entire city they could not out so long The condition has served to disclose again the apparent existence of im ice trust as wagons refuse to servethe pat rons of a rival company and that no one oan discover any truce of competition no matter hovr hard he tries to quit an old Ico man and try n now one This Is In ac cordance with the disclosures thCtrial In ttie district court last winter betwceii MIse nndTcachout The talk ofA L Cllitfto buying up n number of comptinles nmt starting ft manufactory In the bargain Is not bearing rapid tf ml t So far as enn bp lonrncd he 1ms secxirefl control only of the Nfiitb SUir and is not after any othercpmpany very actively ADVEfifisTNG MAN WILL WED Joshua B Bunyan Believes Heads Are Better Than One and Will Take Life Partner ThV marriage of Miss Mary Margaret Dnnforta and Air Ionium B Ilunynu inIll lake pin CD this evening at the homo of the grooms sister Mrs W L Spalding Tliird street and Arlington nvemlo Orilr the near relatives will be privileged to witness the ceremony which will he performed ut S oclock by Her CtVf L Uiown Tito bride will wcnr n gown of white wasb ehlf luce trimmed and wlllonrry roses following congrnttilatloiiB refreshments will bo served The young people will go fjiiinrdlatoly to their noivly funilshed home lit 1240 Klfth street Tlie groom IB Man dolbnnms advertlsinR num UotH young jnople arc wot I known io a large number of friends In tlie city Miss Danfortil Is a daughter of Mr and Mrs Thomas 11 Dunforth of Koorchoro Iowa HAVE FATAL QUARREL Ydung1 Couple at Walker Have a lov ers Spat and Murder and Sui cide Are Attempted WALKER July ftim esh Is lying at Hie point of ilenth and his uwethenrt Miss Jlrna IB sfrlously wound j cd as a result of a quarrel the two engaged the shooting which followed Betieuh tired twice at his lady companion one hill lot striding her In the left breiiKt mid the other shattering the brpiint bone He then turned the revolver upon Himself the bullet passing near the heart He will probably die lint the Injured woman may recover EARTH NO LONGER A HEAVEN DEATHS ihlia of Mrftnd Mrs G II Wilson JftO Klgliteontli street Fun ornl at 5 p m this afternoon Kiel 22 months old Fun eral from tho homo of the parents 910 Shaw sfroct Knnt OPS lolnos William Kraus of Qarnavillo Takes Strychnine an Hour After His Wife Died and Joins Her July William K rails living near Oiiriuivlllo died this morning An liour Intor her lumimud overcome with grief and fnr tho time he ing thonglit have been Insane tool Htrychnlne died in tcvvlblc tigony n few minutes later There will be a double funeral NO RELIEF IS YET IN SIGHT WASHINGTON July iMOmcinlH of Hio weather tmreaii hold out no hope for Im mediate rclkf from droulh nnd InloHHO heat prcvnillng throiiKliont tiio middle Wost HOCICrOItD III July today In luilf i dozen counticti of Iho Itoclt Itlver region broaklftj ho drouth Hint has for sis weeks NKW YORK July thermome ter at the In I his city reg istered 87 doffroos nt 2 ji m ST LOIJ1K July 2IAt p m lOfi and D fraction wus the offlcfal iword and tho tcnlppnituro wns si til rtsliig The Trnnnit coiupiiiiy lias offered lot poor 4lilldrpn under 10 years of ngc ride fron In tho parks iltirlng tlio jioriod of oxconslvo ML ItKXO O T July yood showoi foil shortly after noon todny sroiitly re tlcvtntf UK tiioiisnndfl of hoincKookors here THE WEATHER Forecast for tonight and Thursday slight changes In tempojalure Des Molnos and to night and Thursday except possibly light local thunderstorms tonight slight phangu in DEWEYISTO HEAD COURT Of IHPY SCBXEYS CASE TO BE SAKEN TO WASHINGTON STIRRED UP REVIVAI OF WAR TIME EXCITE MENi AT CAPITOL SCHLEY FAIRLY BOILS OVER Charges Filed By the Officer aixd Sec ietary Long Gives Them Iinmei diate Attention Inly Long bus received u letter from Admiral Schley asking for a court of inquiry Nothing beyond this iinmmiiceniont was mado pub lic The secretary is now In conferciHo ivlth Tndgc Advocate General Lenity Ad nilrnlCrownlnsliield and Cnptfiln Cowles ngqlsthnt chief Jlie bureau of nnviga tton presniiuibly ofiiccrnlng tlils Admiral Uewoy arrived at hie navy de partment shortly ifter oclock this morning having been summoned from his onnntry home near this city by Secretory Long The conference which wag In prog ress between the Hocretnry Adriiirnl Crowniiifililpld Captitln Cowlos and Judfto Advocate General Lenity was iinniodlately dlssulvod and Secretary Long IB nov tloscted with Admiral Dcwoy In his letter to the secretary Admiral Rchloy does not specify any of the iBins to which lie takes exceptions buj ftstis In view of tlio statements and In nuendoes nnd abusive langaiiftc containrd In ilnclays historj whicli ho siiye he does not consider worthy of use In any college iu the country tliata court of lo qnlry of the entire matter he held lie nlBii iisks that tlio court shall sit ill Wastt Ingttni Ills papers arc stored1 Sbc rotary Long bus replied to the lotter say Ing that nnilir clrenmstnnces h6 heartily nppvovKS tt Admlval Schlcya OiirsR and that tho departmont will act favorably Admiral Schteys request It is stated that Uewoy inuloulit edly will he tlie head of tlie court of in quiry The other members of the court have not yet lifon derided upon It Is not the Intention of Secretary Long to have tho court convened it once hut to wait until the weatlier becomes cooler Like the Old War Days The information tliat Admiral SchlejrB Irttor asking for a court of inquiry hnd been received by Secretary Long soon Horoiut ttironRli the navy department and not since tho recent war duvs has one tlicmc excitod such goiienil font Ion iu 1805 established tlio principle Hint no court martial could tieheld two years after the occurrence under Investi gation Tills Is known is the navtfl Stat utes of limitation and while it bars a conrtmartlal relating to tho Santiago cam It does not liar tlie court of inquiry In this cuso the court of Inquiry would hq effective only In establishing records and not be lUclhnlnnvy to a couctmat An Import tint feature In tlio ordor dlrect Infi tho court 5s that sflfvlfyittg whether It shall stale only tho facts found or shall also give a n opinion based on the facts the ordtB expressly requires tha court to give Its opinion it Is con lined to stating the facts found It is con ahUtoil quite piohnllif nmvevvr that in n of tills linportiinco tho order would direct the court to record Its opinion as wull as Us conclusion of fuels V Open or Closed Court JtVbcttior HitInvestigiiiion shall lie held in open court or not Is lUdded by the court itnilf mi loss sited tied In the con vening order This leaves It optional with tilt president or Kceivhiry Long whether the court shftll bo opon or closed But la ii8e of no Hpcclrtc direction tho court will Whim tho court reaches its decision all th papers are forwarded to the judge ad vocate general of ttio navy and tho final approval or disapproval rests with tho soc retnry of the navy or the president accord ing to which ono has ordorcil the court THREE GET VOTING PAPERS Governor Eestores to Citizenship Three Who Have Ju3t Been lensod from State Prisons tic following boon restored to KCiiKhlp by tlio goveriinr Kay IMfle Sfiilencod Xovembcr tl for tlvo and niloimed July IS Ike Mldreilfie pen tonccd KoiiUmber M to ten and rnloiirtiil Juno HO Hnrvy Klwoll ion tiMirnl Mny Hi to eiRhtoon monthi and relented July IT All have Uun tU cd by tlio ;