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   Des Moines Daily News (Newspaper) - August 26, 1901, Des Moines, Iowa                             Price By Mall Only ONE SIX MONTHS 76o THREE MONTHS 50o ONE MONTH 25c DES MOINES DAILY NEWS SATUR DRVS ISSUE TWENTIETH YEAR NO 244 DES MOINES IOWA MONDAY EVENING AUGUST 26 1901 LAST EDITION ONE CENT MURDERER HIDES FROMWILD MOB COBBECTIONVILLE HAS EIOT AT A UWD WJJST SHOW Circus Employe Shot by 3 H Showmen Nearly Kill Another Thinking It Cave SIOUX Cm Aug visit uf Pawiieft Dills wild slww to Correct I on ii He resulted In it riot in wblcH Joe ftulllvun un employe of the show wns shot nnd instantly Killed by J Harley Clivt it ymmg ttf tlie tvwn who wtifi with ditlieijlty rescuedby officers from the Infuriated mplj of hundreds of show inon determined upon wrenldiip vcugemuc fnr the it snitl Ctvvc sliov iu selfdefeiise The rioters beselsod tujj Potty hotel In which Cnve hiitl taken refuge hreukhig win dcuvs and doors tind tlucalciiijig lo IMIVU the house After CJaves escape from the town in charge of officers who brought him to eious City for snfcly the mol caught n member of the Illinois Central bridge gimp whose name was not learned hiiu tn be Cnve and nntll after he had been sHiggod iu tlie Uwul wltUTY slint and cut lit the bad with n knife was lie rescued mid he was not the uinii wlio dhot their iumpnniuii NOTED QUITS Manager John McCtiaw of the Balti more American League Through With the Diamond My John WcGvftw of tlio liaitimuru AlntrKau team announces ihtit In pluynl his lust Camo of base bull lie will retain his In terest in he Rnltiiuuro tcnm and it from tie bench At McGnuv is in bed with Ills broken knye In a plasier cast Winterset Claims Champioaship A basebjilt toiirniimciit was lnld at A ft on August I and tu tin Bputliwctteni Iowa championship AYInler get wou ftoiii Ksscs liy tt SCMVC of T t tind from Union county also by a tjcoru of 0 tu 4 Best Golfer in the West Phillips Uoyt of tlie Jlenview ihilj difeatod nrucc 0 fimltu of Owinlsia club Siuiirdity at the contcid for the amateur nli fhiuupioiixiili al Mldlnthlaii by a score of j up to 5 tu ylny Iloyts total was Do while Smitfrs wna 7 Chnsc Won the Second The second preliminary imitrst for the loving cup was played tin tin nf tlie Golf and Cfinntcy club Saturday and was won by II SClmsc with ttu low rtet tcorn Of 71 Mrs W 0 Kiniibiue Wiis second with 11 net score of SO proUlbltloiUets MV Evaua stays Us doea not titirrtiuler on niitloual iu but will trie void wntoi party tu defent A It Cutunilny this fall THE LECTURE OFFRSTVALESH Noted Orator Ploasad Good Sized Au dionce Baturdny of J3JS Strike Jfrs Kva McDoimh Valeuli spoke tn lihoui persons at HIQ V M C A Snt nrday night Those who heard her clHrcd tht addrpsa one of the best on labor and societyever fflven In Ijeu Molnes remarks about the grent steel strifee wore llsttned to Intently She believes horlnc men will wlu Mrs Valesh iyciil to Cedar Rapids vefiterdiiy find will do liver the chief Labor pay address at Du liith PLANS TO SET MILLS GOING OTTUMWAS OIL MAGNATES File Articles of Incorporation Today Develop Oil Land Near Lawton Articles of jnwrfumttion were today tiled by HIP Southern Oil nnd Development Co Inivlng their headquarters ut Ottiimwa h They hiivo a capital stmk of 10000 nnd are organised for the purpose of conducting and developing oil and mining interests In Lawfoii the newly settled country Am Ihe stockholders arc mentionedC M M Chas Hull R D Chenille W IT 0 JaquiS and A C Light on of Wapello ty the 1OO In n iiiut Inning of liasoliallptiiycU nt Strtitfonl Snlurdny witlv Stiinliope fur n purse of the lumic toam won by q score of 13 to 12 Pcoplo of DPR Muihes hnve been anxious y awaiting tlie return of Congressman Hull from ihe Philippines to learn his vovsioii of the story of his bail temper niul worse ninnnerg referred to officially bythe war department as the Fourthof Jnly episode JJIs friends are confident bo will explain nwny tlie charges The New Alleys Were Opened first real light on the matter is furnished The iiuw howling alleys on Mulberry by ihn Army ant Xavy Journal AeVoruV Blroct wero ftirninlly opened Saturday flight o It the substance of the story la thflt by six clubs or the cUy league In contest Mr Unit took nffenKC Illcause his family at the same Himm the six nllpys Kadi wcie not ituludcd In nn Invitation he re tlnb played three games Hie llrst round reeulvod to take n phiee on theomclnl section Bulling In Grants Icfisiitlug Jlawlteyes I of the grand xtuml during tho Inaugural Turners winning from IH3 Monies ami t certmonlps of July 4 though no lailtOK nol IlopkinsSeiirs from Mnseots The second j even lie governors wife were admitted round resulted In Turners winning from to this flection because nf tlio limited HopkinsSears Grants from Mnticofs Des I spiiee Mr Jin IB iipmrod ns saying ou Mohics from llnwkpvfs Tbirrt round i this occasion loud rnonjrh for all to bpnr Grants defeated Jks MolnrK Turners won 1 have made of ofllcers nud can un THE PLAYHOUSE CAUGHT FIRE TJio Department Made a Run to Ex tinguish the Blaze But Child ren Beat Them Out Tlie fhc department was culled to Kour ccnlh street and AVoodlnnd avenue at 0 clock last evcnliigby n flreiln a playhouse used ly children In tunt vicinityTho children orgmiaed themselves Into a Ju venile departincut when they saw the bkizGiind with u garden hose extinguitihed thu Usunea PUTS MP HULL IN BAD LIGHT AHMY AND NAVY JO TONAL VEESION OP THE EPISODE Congressman Reported to Have Said I Jffftde Officers and Can tJnmake Them floili Mascots TORE HIS SHIRT FROM BACK Three Men Said to Have Made tin provoked Assault on Person of Chailes Longmyer Lnngmyers wns making an effort to suli Informations against two men Harrison mid Sullivan charging Hieni will asstinlt nud battery a lineman in the employ of tim DCS Moiuos Street Ilailway company Ho says the men pitched onto him on n fair ground car nt the corner of Fourth and AValuut streets tearing his shirt from his back and slightly Injuring him The men were intnxicatnd and creat ing a disturbance on tlio street ear and Ijnnymyers wns making nn effort to sub due them when the trouble occurred EDITOR TO BECOME LECTURER Henry Loomis Uelson formerly of Har J Weekly Decides to Go on the Platform CHICAGO Aiifc rooiiih Nol Bun foriHfidy fflltor nf Ilanmrs Weekly will cotiibine Iccturliiff with his literary wor dliving the coming winter Mr Nelson Is n gmduutc Williams sind in iccently IcUvaied a lacLure there on Tlie Idealist ir the StatoX A vncntion visit to France yielded him soiuo Impressions and conclusions tbmit Women In Frnnce MRS JONES WAS EAGER TO DIE TEH GRAINS E LAST JJTGHT OF Hor Parting Words to Little Sou Tics tilted in SavingHer Life She Quarreled Mrs Frank Jones wife of n foruierde teoUve iittemptcd Huleldc last evening at by ten Drains oC morphine Slie was ills cove red tj ttio net and through the prompt nrrlvfll of a pliyslclnn was saved Accordingto the version of her drintflitcr Ilzxle TonfiM became des lioudeuL overthe tucHnatlon of her liushnnfl to Indulge In anil the attempt upfrn licr life Tillowcd n inar vrl botiveen them Ilnd Mrs loiirB not taken lUi affeetlnuate louve of her won KvercU mted 7 before swnllowliiK tho Oiiitt It is doubtful If would have been reached In time to iemtor iisslslnnce Jones uas inliiiii In custiily by an odloer after ft desperate liandlolnmd enconntor Golf Tournament Progress Tlic inwutH ftn Ihfi ilvflt lowft Rolf lonrniiiDejii lias been Isstied Tne dnlcs HIT 12 nnd 11 on the tit thd olf and Country club will Seiileiuliev 10 sUenld sent to ilpfirgi I illliurt Vmitifturnmn block will be biHTuU lurlny lliu onr u in cut make them I find the army very diflYvent hero to what I thonirht it wan This is only In lino with the wuy Vve lippn tront cd over since I cimn lo the rhlllpplnos Sir Hull hns reruived every rewyultion that coy Id have hren slvin him nliliungU Un ciimo to the Philliiptiua for private win to Ionic into some Investments and not tipon any oilicial WILL MAKE TWO SURVEYS To Beconcile Differences Paris and Greenwich Observa tories COMBINE WILL JWAKE AN EABN EST EFFORT THIS WEEK Two Jlore Plants Put in Operation This Morning and More Men Taken at the Old Mills Aug steel 01 It Ip Inteucis to ninke iiggresslvc attempts to start more plants this week They were successful Inputting tivo more mills In operation at Palnteis this nulrn intf nnd now have four mills with a force of 400 inen at ivorfe More meu were tiik cn into tlie Slur Plant of thn American Tiiiplate uoninanyl and fthe 1lndstiy aiid McCutchoon works of the Steel Hoop company These mills tue combine ofii cjala SHV they expect to have In full oper utlon before Saturday The strike managers assert that the re sumption of tlitise plants in full will be an Impossibility and siiy the claims of the steel puople are nyt nounout by Tlicy eay that the tiitmition at all points Is Icportcd quiet and no trouble is cx peeted CORN PIT FOLLOWED WHEAT Oats Has a Light Trade and Provis ions Were Firm on Higher Prices for Hogs CHICAGO Aug Oyit Sept GOVi Oct 70 JJce Muy Dec Aloy Sent aA Oct ttcc U7 Sept Oct Sept Nov SOTi Dec 883 Jan 8SO S42Vj Sept Oct Todays 188 corn 34y oats 3J7 Estimates tomorrowWheat 223 corn 4UO oats hogs StyiOO Lire IUOOO strong to sjiade jtiglier mixed to Jowur receipts 24000 Strong receipts 20000 recehitsMinneapolis to day t24 a yenr ago Diilutu today 10K a year ago 77 1 SI4S Cash northwest 5101 Chicago Grain CHICAGO Aug 52 Oct iV Oct ii27 Cliicago Flax ChjCAGO Aim north west 5131 do Hept Liverpool Grain LIVEltPOOL Aug So 2 red western winter dull fis U ifcd No 1 noVthern spring quietOs 3d Ao 1 Calif quiet Futures dull September 5s 7d December Os 8 Corn quiet Amu mixed new 4s 50 9id do old no stocks FulureB dull Septtmber 4s 8 d October 4s No vember 34s 0 fid Chicago Cash Prices 2 rpd No 3 1od CS OU No 2 hard No 3 hard 68MZ72 No 3 spring No 1 northern 716i78 2 3 No y Ho 3 yellow No white owsiff Onta No J No 3 335i No 2 while No 3 white No 4 Butter Uggs and Poultry POLICE RECORDS BROKEN Jail Ovarcrowded Characters in Toils Again All former recordB iverc broken lii police 00411 Hiis woniiuff Jtieit were BO many eases of vuiiuucy siifipleicim characters in toxfctitioii of various mages disturbing the pfeaee other crimes of a minor chnr aeUithat one qould easily Imagine that llimlsou street station had been moved from Chicago for a state fair exhibit At the last cpvpat taken imforo the officers lost track of flic bunch there were forty three cases The city jell was overcrowd ed all day Sunday and last nijht toe offi cers were obliged to release some prison ers on scaly borida simply because stor age capacity had ieea exhausted Perhaps the moat notable WHS the arrest of May Couch at her disorderly house in South Fourth street whltechnpel The et raided the plttce at mitiiilght Satur day beint attracted the sounds of music and revelry proceeding from the place JLlie rules by the police department for the regulation ofbousca of the char acter keptby he Couch woman prohibit ed music PrauU Trainer ivflsarrested on a charge of uttering a forged instrument The charge is thai lie due bill for nine days wiigW niiTountJng to pur porting to have been given him for wages due Mr Wlit t la from the Chamberlain Medicine companyThe information IH filed Lowell Clmiubeilnln to wlumi the due ill was Tnilitcr pleaded not guilty and case was sot for September i and tho defendants bond it SiOO This is tbe second time Trainor has been arrested for alleged forgery the former e belnff the making or an ordiir on J K McGorrfslc for WbltiiigB wages NEWTOV Aug Iocevy tvasrobbed SmuvUiiy nlsit by a smooth burglar who eoncealcd liiiu self Iu tbe baekrbora of the store and re miiined hidden until after tlie store was ockcrt up through u IrrtiisoHi nt the rear The robbery was dotrcted by tlio night watch a few minutes later but there IK no1 clije THESTATE KOHA W PAGES THEFIRSTHEAT IN PAST TIME Covers Milein 34 Close to Rec ord on Tils Half Mile Track Big Crowds STAT13 FAIIi GUOUXDS Tue indlfiilioiifj are that the at cndance record for all Mondays in the ilstory of the fair association huve boun rolen The Is estimated at between JfiOOOnntl 20000 There WHS result Kona Won Heat in opn VVontJlst in n Dell S kcofid Dr Pcltlit tlilriV ROYAL RELICS DISCOVERED QUEEN ANNE PLATE FOUND IN A CABBIAGE Magnificent Portrait of Queen Caro line Discovered in a Garret ttt Windsor Palace LONDON Aug The overhauling to whlcli the various roynl palaces are being subjected by order of Kins ward Is Gar leading to extraordinary and collars closed over ft uc are beiiiff cleartd nncl thrown open He cent ly a mtignitlceiit pdnraltn of Queen Carolhu1 by Lawrence was found alonpt with some otliei pdlntings tn a garret at Windsor Castle and now an old Fowgon or velvet lined van of sreat aize filled with splendid silver and silver ulit nlitc has boon found In a stable at St Jumes palace which has not been lined for ISO yours The silver In Question belonged to Quicn Anne nmi was used hi Jier when giving grand dinner parties nt Kew Iltimptn court and other suMirbim palaces to which the van was dispatched from 9t James The silver was black and undoubtedly had remained in tlie van slnre the tiimuot tin1 death of Queen Anne FOUR MEN FELL 247 FEET Miners in the Ohenoa Colliery at Bloomingtou 111 Instantly Killed at Hoon ST LOUIS Any A spciial to the PostDIsspntdi froin 111 saya Kour minors lost their livesin an acci dent nt the Cbonoa coal minoat noon to day tho cable holding the cor broke upUatiug them to the bottom of the aluift feet below LUKBANS FAMILY IS TAKEN Capt Jackson Failed toQet the Gen eral But His Household Was Captured Aujr Harold L Jaelison the First lulnulry rcppntly rnr prised jcnernl LuUbnn at Pambuknu in the mountaiiiB of Island of Samnr Tlireti of thtt generals guard wore tilled tind wounded bnf fKUHpeil Ilia family was captured ROGERS TAX IS New York Tax Collectors Are Watch ing the Estate of the Lute Millionaire YOKK 2GTns collectors for tbo city nnd state oJ New York an I the CHICAGO crcaiuerics KgssStcaiiy IS Iced St Weak dairies ll dy turkeys chickens including springs NRWTOWK Aup P553 packages steadv state dairy crermery June packed factory 14 TUeflpts lroO etfite and renna ISfiJO packages fin trn candlcil HERLIN Aug order to reconcile iliii dlfCoriMnios bilwoen tho Greenwich and tbe Paris observatories tlie Rdyal Geograph inatltute of Ktuttfiftit nimomiccs tlint arrangements bnve heon completed for an tlrely new survey of the Knropenn con tinent Although tlie diversity between T3nglisli M5 and Frciicb calrulatlons Is only the maf ter of n few seconds In many respects fbe Icngl tudc Qiioatlon la of the utmost I in uneuimgefl LITE STOCK BY TELEGRAPH iiporta from Chicago Kansas City St Louis and South Omuha ST LOTUS A up IPReceipts 3 000 IncludiiiK Tevaus niarlct stendy o iasicr tiiitlve steers sloitkrnj ml feeders cows and tWifl Texas and Jndhiu steers 175 cows and heifers SOOO MiuUpt strons to jf hlgticr pigs and liybls riSSfJfGUOt pack ers uWXiiO03 butcheiK ilOfaUiO lnoO MnrUpt slondv native sheep lambs KANSAS CITV Aug ceipts 10000 including 4000 Texans intir cl ffcnernlly sioady Xntfve beef steers Texis and Indian steers 400 Texas cows JiiOftciTO nallve cows anil heifers i10ffir05 stocliers nnd mills calves Receipts IMMI niaiJifit hijrlier fKNOCK ON WIGGLE DANCE Chief Mathiss Attention Called to Alleged HootcheeCootchee on Fourth Street The fiftonlion of Chief of rolire Maliifs lias been called to 1 wifrglo dnnce which Is run i I us iu in Moore hnildllifi nn strret Some whohave witnessed Jhe iierformnnce clrtlm tlint It Is one the dirtiest shows of the Itind ever seen In DCS Molncs Chief Jfnthis says lie will Inspect the show and if it is too raw he will place II under the ban The show looli out n license to run Q minstrel performance POLICEMAN BECKER WEDS Veteran Patrolman Age 57 Years Secures license to Mnrry Sadie Pallas Age 35 License WAS todny given to A 0 Becker 13A8 Fonttecmh Rivcet mid Smile Iallns of School street to bo joined in holy wedlock Mr Becker wlio la wltli children aiid is flftysevcu yenra of well know In thn pity linv filled n position on tlie polion fbrec In West lifts Molncs for some time He 13 now n patrolman In University Place Thfs nge SnCIc 1nHna IH given ns HORSES KICK BREAKS LEG The city amliiilnnoft this morning wad culled to the fair grounds to convoy David iinnlic a Crocker hornomau to Jforey Kanche hnd loft IPR broken the ankle by bolug klrlied by n horso QBOCEBS CLOSE WEDNESDAY TUe ItctiiH Gvocei lly him decided to iiioon In onlor tn plve crifloycs an poiLuiHiy to attotid tlio iiswioInllon of hid Wcdnesdtiy aft sunde ipTltecolntK market easy to lower Multons light 4fH gjsufu raiific wethers uwos A fiO A up Sifnttlfi roceipls 24 000 Including tXK TMHIIS 4lirK Motton Jood In itlinice sttiuly to strong rtiior slow hutchmH sttmltssteady to strong Texiins steaity westerns weal Good tc prime slfiers medlnni lrit Ci520 stocliors anl feeilers cows anil heifers wiiinprs hulls calves Tcxne steers jtntf4i0 UOKS rncclpts today 82000 tomorrow 22 left over JDriO Active tu 10e liitrh iLi mixed ind butolipis pood lo rthoice heavy rougti heavy light D7ufriU20 hulk of sales Slieep llecelptR 20000 steady to lOi Iiiyli er lambs IDfalHc higher Gootl to clmice fair to choice mixed western siieep year ling iiiitlvibimbs wPKtorn larabs JijtCniwlQ Offiflfil receipts ami shlpmcnis Saturdav 570 hoys sheep CM hogs slioep New York Money NB1V YOltK Aiijr on ctiil firm at B per emit IMmt nnoTaiUile ii per Sterling rxibungo fairly steady with aetnal hiislnuss In liniikfis Iiiiifi at for demand and for stirty days Posliil rates mut 4X8 Coin moiolnl him Silver ecitlftcatos Ml Bnr silver Moiicnn dol loventnietit bonds strong rof nnd cnnpon In reg and coiiiion new In reg ami eonttou lf7V old 4s rep ami coniion J1S 5s Tg and eonnoit SUES THE EDISON TOK William Hoppn of this city has brought suit agalnnl the Des Mnlnca KfllHon Klec tric Light company et nl damagps to the ninount of Jor InJurloH BIIS tnlncd Koveniher IWXJ Ity falling info nn on Id o have lrtion inndn the employes of Hie on flmid rtvenun noiir Sixth street lie alleges Hint J W Cainpliell HIP yinrty who dug the tronchra nt hat time for the nurpoiic of for the company WILL NOT ACT UNTIL SEPT 34 Slock liohleiH of flic Homo SiivhitfH nnd Trim I o will hold an ndjonrncd meednj Krpt n dcchlc wIiOlhtT or not ilio roni It In sluitl go Into volunlavy tlnil soirm oC tin Mnnt a Irusleo appolnled to wind the of the state of New Jersey are closely crush nt tlie roce track ut 2 oclock lllt worh of valuiue the estateof theInto Jacob S Ttogers wlio left Ihu greater part of his lire or six millions lo the Metro politan Museum of Art Jt Is cstlinntci ltmttbp will amount io f Uob Bower fourth Modryonc fifth Renver sixth Dr IVttltt find the pole Two horses trolled for a stake special In 2 first Miss Ilacid sec TRYING TO CLEAR JOHNSON Taking Testimony Belimind Closed in Doubt Behind closed rtuors ami with n policeman on guard against a prying public Aldermen Dorr Hull and n rare ton coinnicnceil in in vestigation of the case against George Johnson the saloon keeper at Seventh mid Mulberry street charged with yelling llnuor Sunday Tbe police ivlm made tbe ar rests of Uarl under McDonnell and Hi ha were used as witnesses nnd told of tlic evldnnec nghinst tbe saloon men It ii oveil that there will be an effort ii clear Johnson so that tbe resolution passed by tho city council revoking the license of Johnson will become inoperative INSECTS CAPTURE BIG HOUSE Caterpillars Take Possession of a Seven Story Apartiiient Building NKW YOKK Aug 26navliiff taken pos session of the pnrkflj defying all the offorrs of cjirotnkcrs to keep them out caterpil lars now aspire to greater tilings ami nn army of Ihuui has attacked the sevenstory Mount Morris apartment house near the Mount Morris park Kour elevator hoys ant kept busy swooping the caterpillars out of the halls and from the stoop BLACKS SKIP COLORED PEOPLE AT SAPTTLPA HEED WABNINGS United States District Attorney Wires that He Will Prosecute the Offending Whites KANSAS CITY Aug ppociil to the Stnr from Snpiilpn I T snys Aildl i iotui 1 not Ires wji ruing I ho negroes of Knpulpjt to leiive town this iiflcmomj wen1 posied lust night ind tuibiy ucaily sill blacks not emplmnd or owning property jitiKsiiif Vnitid Stiitis nintriet Attor ney litis wiritl tlint ho will proKiculft hn offendlnfi wliltca hi wns ire tnltiiiK up tlio thn ne nnd it is siiid tlint oowhnyM and lorKPinen will help drive lluin out of Sjip ulpa WILL WED A FRENCH COUNT The Daughter of levi P Morton Is Betrothed to Boson de Perlgord RWrORT If f Ang artTlio rumor Ich Iijis ivntlnd lo Hie effect tint Miss Helen Morion tm third dnuglitur of iI P Morton is engaged lo Itosnn eouiiL le PerlLord younger son of tlio due de Tal pyrniirt of Paris bus startled society Miss Helen la the beautiful of nil the onner vice presidents danglitrin GIRL CLIMBS TALL STEEPLE Miss Jessie Footo of Ashland Mas sachusetts Performs a Peril OUH Feat ASHLAND Mniw Aiitf LUMlKH Ipfiitn of mis ciiy tlio MicpV ilio nlliodlst rIitinIi a tllstimrinf lii fcl ud sifli ciiluily vIoivliiK lirr fiiinoiiiidliifs IcsiTinlcd to llio tfnunu h rccclvt roiifrnlnliiUonn nf n few wU ipHsid Ihc Iciu Slio lined inpal lit lud lors whloli wore si ill fiutlcncrt ID tlio A II Ifuwloy of Nfiv Yoik clinliii heRiiitul cxccnMvc htmrd of th f In 1hc flly Hiiiittny inil Hl boxu ut tticli1 mcotlug It tf to tliu GOVERWOB PAROLES PEETZ George Peetz of Linn county wlio was recently convicted of manslaughter sent to tho penitentiary at Aimmosu STRICKEN WITH SMALLPOX A Priest While Helping tlie Sick Falls a Victim to the Dread Disease NICW YORK Autf mtityr to Ma fearlessness iu seeking out sufferers among the poor of Harrison and Kast Xewuik X J rather Henry Coyne of Harrison has been stricheu ff the disease INHERITS The Widow of Sam Strong Colorado Mine Owner Gets Millions CRIPPLE CKBKK Col Aug 2fl Tleginn Neville Strong thn wlil of Sam Strontr the weal thy mine ow killed recently will Inherit hln millions Mrs Strong was the belle of Altwnr prior to her martlngi two ypnrs ao and is a leader In society circles of Colorado FORTUNTKEEPSHEIUIUMBLE Miss Mattie Seal Winner in the Lfmd Lottery Returns to Her AVork WICHITA Kan Aug Mntlle Ikat ttio wimieiof tluliu No 2 In th Inwton hind district hns returned to WicliiUi and lias resumed her old position as opemtor iu the telephone ofllce 3 Bcul work the office uutil February 1 whon she must move to her eialiu nnd remain on it for eight months CAPTURE American Leader of Filipino Troops Taken ia Charge by Lieut Haa Men MAXILA Aug first dis patch from Mimloro says that Hentcnnut of tlie Third coiniunnillnj a troop of Macabcbe pcoiita captured tlie American deserter Howinl who as a lend er of theFilipinos hart hcen auuoyliiff tlie Americans fur many months GUESTS MULCTED GOVERNOR OP PANAMA BLBD THOSE HE HAD INVITED Door Guarded niid Money forced in Support of the Government Be fore They Could Go rOLOX Aug Al nii governor ofrauiium who was nicetit ly granted extniordliiiiry civil sind military powers on Iiuth widna la the Isthmus Is uoiv absent at Kiivunlllii He Is supposed to bo bringing Iruiips for the protection of tue Isthmus lately Invited n number of frltrnls at rnniimuto hla honne put n jjfuftrd lit the door nnd foiwil his gnoats to uontilbutc Hberiilly to thn government ue foro releasing ihoin THE GOVERNMENffOTRYHIM A Kansas Mail Who Attempted the Cudfthy Gnme Misused the Mails COTTONWOOD FALLS Kan Aug C M Unas who juTcsled frirtuv for alteuuUed nnon Mis Jennli Abers nnstmlKtress at Klnulale nnrl whose bail was fixed at SliiDO for his appearance before tin of ponce was tnton fore Dennis Sladden of this district at RmpoiIa on a writ of habeas corpus to mvc liond reduced Tlie Judti refused to tlie liontl and iRiiiiimleil him buck 1 i to jail after which the ease was dismissed j He was arrpstcd under a federal charge bccn paroled the parole inking eficct August fiLortc JnelisoD Jr of Jones county lina Itpen granted a suspension of sentence to tiiko effect August liO PAROLE FOR A LIFE CONVICT Permitted to Leave the Indiana Pen itentiary to See His Dying Father MTCIIIOAX CITY Tud All UGOov Durlihi linn paroled Jnliu Fleming a cnn vlrt in Shidolcrs for tori ilars Flomina Is under sintenoc oC life nud lias served tliiricon years Ho WHS pn rohil that he niay his father who Is lying at At the oxnlrflllon oC his parole he Is ex pected to return to prison and the officials have full confidence tlint lie will This Is d to bo the first case on record where ti life convict btS been permitted to louvo lie prison WILLIAM J BRYAN MAY MOVE Rumor that the Nebrnskan Tnkc the Cosninoner to Chicago Will CHICAGO AHK Tmiliign Ilrynn rtinior siiys will prolmMy IIKIVI liln lie Coin moii i11 lo and nialto iiis city lionii Vftuvls linve Iwou without success to tiiivO tlio rumor lo Us source lint sonic of the loading democrats in niiciiffo Itnvc of it for some Ihno prisl nud mv vcudy 1n sanction the project tuul UUl he onniionor godsiuvd WHITHER STATUE PLANNED Amesbury Mass Committee Asks Contributions from All Friends of Poet Over tlie World AilBSIltIlV Muss Ang 20Tlifi com mittee Iu cliaigo of the Iininosid niPinorlnl the poet WIilHlnr lian ilcrhloil In fnvor 1 a statue II IMS issued an uppeal lo I lie fileml4 of he poel Hie world llng Hmt the fllntne will becreeled Iu ieihiuy Wliltllvr9 home for over liny irrt Hi wlilch Hie KivndP inrt of work WHX iliitio 11 IH planned to ih thin hr voUuituiv ciiuivlltilthntf Thd nictnorliil will iuht no tlmn sinuon MIH K A Tiipintm nnd ilaiiRhter Aniui loll Siitiirdny for Slnnhopc la Hiev will tHiond few days visllhiK rrttMulH and ielntivci nfteiwhich ihey will hnvifor iiiHK1 wjnre Inpnnm been appolnlid a tciiclici In tliu Jviuitnuu friudtilently uslng the mails was tn Wichita to have Ills bcnvin ANOTHER BIG INCREASE Tlie week eliding August 25th shows another large increase and lead for in the num ber of Want Adsf printed by the four Des Jffoines as shown by the folowing state ment THE NEWS1502 LEADER 830 REGISTER 617 You will get results if yoin1 ad appears in the NEWS want1 col limns Try them MET HIS DEATH AT TOE STAKE TENNESSEE KEGEO BCRNED BY LYNGHEKS Six Thousand People Witnessed Expiation of ra ilsHviult and Ki der of a Partner5 vYiie WINCHESTER Tenu Aug 2G Nobles the negro who crlmlnaly assaulted and shot to death Mrg Charles WHlIiuns wife of a promtneqt farnitr near liecu Friday bucaed at the Ktako Sunday near the scene of tttft crime Sis thousands persons witnessed tlie horrible fate of the negro HAS A REMARKABLE CHARTER The International Power Company Gets a Liberal Grant in Connecticut UR1DGEPOKT Conn Auff SGTne In ternational Power company 1ms beim grant ed by the general assisuibly a churter to do practically any tiling in any part of tho world Tue charter is tim moat remarkable ouo for bremlrh intl liberality of any granted in this state The resolu tion Incorporating tue company was care fully engineered thnHigU the committees and was passed by both branches of the legislature with scarcely any comment The company is capitalized it and srtveu authority by the finnift charter to in crease the to The lire to be loentpdin this city Tlie Incornorators an Jj F Harding R S Jlastorson C B Wilson D B nil W S Downs There is reason to be tieve that the srcat ElklnsAVhltney syn itii Is the real power behind the throne of the international Power company ap this syndicate is heavily interested in the Connecticut Jlailway ami lighting com pany and the United Gas and ImpirovpiBciit company LEARNS OF HIDDEN WEALTH El Paso JexnSj Excited Over the Find of an Ancient Spanish Mine L TARO Texns Aug excitement prevails hen over the discovery of nu abauilonedshnft of an an lent ish mint a few miles from this elty in Hie JYfnilillu moimtaiug At ti depth of feet tin sliatt was found to be closed by A aolld wnil of masonry It was found by J C Crlss by means of ancient charts aaJ description furnished him by an aged lu flliiu who was ouett a resident oC tbe bor der He told CrisH that lafore abandoning the mine wallimr it up the Spanish priests stored all the eoHlly gold nnd silver tillages from their cfiurclirfj A local stock omptiny wns fnrmpil to explore the shaft for the hidden wealth CHURCH DEBT PAID IN WHEAT TJie Pastor BentecUa Fieldand tho Congregation Cut tlio Grain nitRNE KJIU Evfin gellcjtl clturth nt Industry In the north part of the county lias just paid ofE its clmrch dftbt with a crop of wheat Last LUtumn the ptistor tlvc Kov Jlr Hruner with n number of the leading mem bers rented fvrty ncics of ground neir ihc church Jln wnrk f seeding and thu Reed grain were contrlbutefl At hnrveat this yetir It was found advisable to hire the ctittlns done but the threshing was ccntrllmtcd The yield bushels of lcli ouptlilrd WIIH nitltl rtmt nnd the niiiiiiilur has just been sold for enough tp pny off I he triO mmlguye on tho chnreli The coitKipgntlon Is planning to sow un ithcr field tills year to raise funds for niDrovements and iJiurch expenses CROKER MAPS OUT CAMPAIGN He Instructs Maurice B thai on New Yorks Mayoral ty Tight MOW YORK Aiipr his retreat nt WnntJigc lioglauil Richard Crokcr jogiin temporarily the dirocllou of inys prellmlnnry ciiiiipnign Former slBtnnt District Attorney Maurice 11 Bluiii inl tins nicptvoil a lottpr from the Taui Iniany chief outlining his Instructions to him as chairman of the Tammany commit tee on speakers rcjjardlns the Issues of the coming niayorftlUr fighL from the Tammany viewpoint What those Issues are Mr Blumcnthal declined to state HOLD JUDICIAL CONVENTION Judge Tedfovds Successor Being Se lected at Lead ing Candidates AUK jud icial convention to nomliniti a HDCCIHSUI ti Tedfdid Is in session hen 1ivn vlYtcvcil siml inljovinninMit trtketi 111 tifternoou Jhcre iin five cumHihitc for UK pliicif Ihc itiea bolni It 1j Parrlsli of Uou Sir Ilnrdlpf Oswila and II Utiivy MV Ayr TODAY Womans Sanitarium Company In corporates for Purchase More Ground The Womnun Siinltnrinm IlUd IkIes of Incorporation wllli the county re vilvv his afternoon Tlie capital stoelt Is which ts to IHMISPI In Ihu pur se of I lie ftinllartuni building north of Ihe fair grounds now orcuplci and oper fur wmUiulum jmtposcs jv strln nf ground lying eimt oMhc pivsont Imllilliitf acres n niea will also he purchtiucd ami added lo the properly occupied by lie compnny The Hitides provided Unit the sharelioht shall he eimiposeil of woimn Irum thu rga Hi xi Hun of thi W i1 T U THEWEATHER for cloudy with probably local showers this af ternoon or tonight in eftst portion Tuesday generally fair varinblo winds ACID GOT MIXED WITH fflS LIQUOR IBA GODFREY DBTJNK MAKES FATAL MISTAKE Bottle Carbolic Acid Breaks in Pock et Mid Part Enters Whisky Bot Dies UrsSKY Aufi Godfrey i Ilirmir about iO yiars old living a few miles mirth of bore died Inst crcuhiffns llio iTsull of drinUiiiK embollc acid whlcli lisul biioiut mixed with ills by a re niiirhiihln nicIiUiit lit was returning from town under the Iniitiencc of liquor with a bottle of rnrbolio acid and another of tii tinsftuu iwlit Tlu liottloi woio brolton ami tho wliisly bocnnie atid with the poison tiodfrey in sceldH lo lusn noun of he liquor dnnik what could be saviil ami in KI iloiiiy awiillowuil u fatal WIND TEARS UP CENTRAUA Colored Baptist Church 1iftccn TUoMSixnd Bvisliels of Peaches Ruined THATIA Ul Ann cyclonic mlttlorut and rluililhurat did llicniSiinuS of liars of dnnafie in ciitrnlla last night tioloretl Huptlst phtnvli vaa wreilcod iiili unhiivdn nud ttflvon msnml of peiidu4 iifu lyfiitf un i K roil nil near the town It Win lues K II II kailir ly local democnitli1 oivcles for several yoiira oUettiU his ticrvluu8 uu tlio stump to tilt   

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