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   Des Moines Daily News (Newspaper) - September 3, 1901, Des Moines, Iowa                             Price ByMill 0Hly YEAR six MONTHS rse THREE MONTHS 50o ONE MONTH 26o DES DAILY NEWS EL 31 TWENTIETHYEAR NO 251 DES MOINES IOWA TUESDAY EVENING SEPTEMBER 3 1901 LAST EDITION ONE CENT PICKETS ARE IDLE WHILE IMPORTED MEN GO MARCHING TO WORK P1TTSBURG Sept men said to be skilled workmen were taken into the Star Tin Plate Plant today from Philadelphia The coming of the number was a completdsurprise to the strikers and pickets and when they saw a small army of workers accompanied by another army ofpolicemen mak ihg for the main entrance of the plant so great was their surprise that not a single picket made an effort to intercept them They simply stood by and watched the largest body of imported men since the strike march into the plant to take their places The management was in rare good humor and announced it is expected to have seven of the eight mills in the plant in operation before the close of the day When the whistle blew at the Continental Tube works inthis city this morning seventyfive machinists and pipe cutters entered the plant and simul taneously fifty others returned to work at the Pennsylvania Tube works adjoin ing No troubleresulted and the vicinity of the mills was serene and peaceful it is stated at McKeesport that the Demmler Tiriplate works will be started within fortyeight hours and with its old employes Three mills are tobe put in opera tion the strikers it is said having pledged themselves to return PRINCE CHUN WILL NOT 00 CHINESE ENVOY BRINGS THE KAISER TO TERMS APOLOGY NOW ONLY A FARCE EMPEROR IS WILLING TO DIS PENSE WITH KOWTOWING CHUN WILL BE LEFT ALONE Lodge at the Palace Will be Accord ed Him for Quarters But Other wise He Will Ignored KABUL Switzerland Sept Chun after having kcyt lImpcror In a Hdsol for several ihiys lias al last yielded tthe hievilahlo and at11 nVIoik last iilRhi si n rt Id fur Berlin to make Hie apology for thu of Bamn Von Ketttiler Thft wily fhlnrxo diplomat lias succeeded in having tho rcfjnlrRineiits nf lilfl intaiilon mineoil to an almost fareitit formality HP will not to dV ami HuraphiK and will IK reooived in slate nlinoKt an honored pwnl ihun hns Muffed iiito soften ing all harfOt terms laid down for hlni Hilf and finmembers of his suite POTKUA3 Sept Clnm ar rived Uclp toility It Issaid tlint blmperof Wllliiiiii ill ru ceive hhn In tht PrlneeChiin will IJmperor Wil Ilitms giiisl for two Inyi at the iraniery of the at Jotsamn It In expected limpeior William will pay no further at tention to Irinru Chun after his majesly has nvclvid him in iimlknrc UASKli Hipi jPrince Lhnns first iu vitntlnn lo visit foreign governments was front the United Stulwfuilovcii by hi vitutidiis fidin Italy Bflglnni UroiiL Brlt iiin and Jajian Jliey linvc all lieen nc cpljlnl is expected that Prince Chun will stny a in Hevlln Uwn return to Italy whonrc In1 will procctil to Belgium ami Kujjlnnd jjoiff home by way nf tm UnitPil Slates inn Viivm HKHIIN correspondent tinAHSocIttted Pitss learns that von Ulchttiufeii foietyii secretary will assist Kmpcror William nl lie nicepilon of Prince Lliun the Clifnrsi envoy omit von Rueluw will not present Kfen Clianjj tlie new Chinese minister here will act asi inttupretcr No othtrr Chliuunen will lie presrnt Tlti1 emperor will not receive the nlher members nf tin TAFFY GIVEN TO MACVICAR STEEL CORPORATION MAKES GAINS WITHOUT APPARENT EFFORT Gibson Says the Ex9teyov is not Responsible for Municipal League Boom Alderman ilbson in council today on Iwhiiir of himself ami City Kagiueer King thanked tlie council for the oiiporhiHiiy hi nttrnd ihn National Municipal Tonjue ion volition In New York He said much information was gained especially as to code revision ami ronerefe steel bridge md ion Gibson said Ties Molnes niiffhl to lie well represented at Grand Uapids next year lie said he found thai lies Molncs through the work of Mac Vicar secretary of he was around which ihe organ Izntloii revolve WINS HEARTS BY WHOLESALE Eugene Biggins Hns Glorious Time on Coast of France RT IYanci Sept Illfj whose btfc vachl tio Viirnnn Is moored here Is said to have simply rolled d feminine henrts liy the bushel all nlonjf ihe coast from Paraim and St Servant to LHiiiird which last named place he has just if ft greatly to the regret oC the fashionable joeieiy there He also booatiU a great favorite among the ollitors of the hussars jiid dragoons gur Tixemfld ut IJluan diuO he gAthovcd twelve f thorn nnd as ninny pretty American girls tvith French chaperons and tool them all lhoard Ihe Varuna to Uifl Isle of ivhere sifter a lawn luncheon he yaehc took Hie merry parly back before midnight The tea being culm nnd there being splendid moonlight they had dancing on the way back CLARK MILLS NEED NO MORE FORMER EMPLOYES REFUSED WORK BY THE TRUST Three Mills Put on Itflght Turn and the Management Claims They Will be Run Eveiy Night PITTSLJUIKj Sept Three ndlls were put on night Iiirn at the Clark plant last night Tlie niiMiasoiiient claims they arc fully manned mid will run tonight and here after The oilier six mills are operating in lull in dny time It in also claimed by the iimuaxeiiicMit that they have many applica tions from former employes for work but that they hud refused them all as the plant is now fully equipped President Shaffer was hue In reaching his oflkc this iiiorninK and WIIK a very 11 red uvin after tin plvntle imd speech muklri of yesterday It was t oYiocK this morning he said when ho retired bavin liocn kept up iHmlhiB to his mail Referring to the truth of the statement attributed to T IK IHckev of Milwaukee that Mr Morgan hfiii offered hi rjiisldenituin of acceptance of tile terms proposed Tor fills yenr tlnit in two IK all fhe mills would be iiiehitled in the ivitfic agreement Mr Shaffer said When Mr Hit key wns here ho told me of several supposed Ktntements that he was credited nlth and wild they were iiulnie att no tloiihl illis OUR Is If he made thi Ktntli hnnpvpr il referred lo the esccntivo Imiinl and not in me alone That is nil T in say coiiceniliitf it Mr Shaffer said further that he had heard nothins from iho West and that there tiiiued lo he sntififiictory Lo lhem MILLIONAIRE IN ODD PLIGHT Charles Vaughan a Youngroesus Forgets His Wame and Address PAU1S Sept Uhiirlcs a mll llonalro years old way noticed wandei in McnliiK dresK in the roughest qiuir tcr Of riirls omisionally setiMng liinisnU on tin odie of the pavement and holding his head In hnth hands evidently strnysling hard fo kill his thoughts Some policemen observing his queer movements questioned him and found that In had eompleiely for gotten his ijitiut1 address whether he was wealthy or poor married or single VMghl months ngo Ytuiglifln muvrlud Ja nice Merivalo a Xow York girl who is now visiting relatives hi Washington MARY HANDLEY IS SORRY NOW Girl Who Assumed False Name to Marry Against Parents Wishes Sues for Annulment Alary JJandlcy who tindfir lie assumed name of Mary Uedrieks procured a mar riage liccnsn to wed W T Toll clerk In Duwsoiis hardware store and then ran a way from home to have the ceremony per formed has concluded that she does not de sire to remain married to Toll andthis aft ernoon commenced action in the district court vo have the ceremony annulled She alleges vndcr and the fact that she signed an assumed nninc In the mnrrhige license as tho grounds for action SETTLED WITH DR SCHILTZ Council Pays Him ia Full All Smallpox Dr Smith Ir Scltiltz city physician today wns Kivon hi full of all claims against the city for care of small pox cases The council also approved a ikmlnict with M Smith Iu care for til easeH for per month and funilrfh medicines ANARCHISTS EYEING CZAR Two Suspects Taken Into Custody at More at Copen hagen PA HIS Kepi belluved to be anarchists watching the wen taken into cuslody here todav COITONTIAUUX Sent after the czars arrival liic Itnsslan police arrotilud two Ktispecls who arc believed to belong to a Berlin group of anarchists HEIR TO A FORTUNE BECOMES A SUICIDE LA CBOSSE Wis Sept Brorison n youngNorwe gian who was the heir to a fortune of killed himself neftv Portland Orcgotij ohovtly before news of tho bequest arrived Attorney O Bi Skfmr of this city has just returned from Oregon where he went notify Bronson that ho had fallen heir to tho fortune through the death of rich relativfis in Norway When Skanr reached the place ho learned that Bronson hfu committed suicido only a few days before in destitute circum stances AMALGAMATED ADVISORY BOARD WEARIES OF THE STRUGGLE WITH THE GREAT TRUST Mttf M I t M M t 1 Mfff4HfHf PITTSBUEG Sept failure of the effort to bringout the men at Duquesne on Labor Day has in a measure disheartened the leaders of the Amagamated association The sessions of the ad visory board are characterized by a disposition to welcome some move toward early settlement of the strike although there is no inclination to voluntarily give up the struggle for recognition of the as sociation by the steel trust at its mills It is possible that defections from the associations ranks will continue at many of the mills but even this policy is considered much better than to acknowledge tf defeat and seal thcfateof the association at the hands of for all time LOST HIS HEART IN LIONS CAGE STATE FAIR CULMINATION OF INTERESTING ROMANCE Colorado Capitalist Will Wed Lion Tamer Who Capitulated to Him at the State Fair The culmination of an interesting ro inunce occiimd In Des Mninos during state fair weekIlic magnetic tamer of lions In one of the shows at the state fair canilul fttfng to the love entreaties of a rich Col orado capitalist lie had followed lier about from city to city to press his suit linf she wouldnt join in he pressing until she reached DCS Molncs and at tho state fniv last week amidst the din of n score of spielers and the dust of Houtens pmk the falv Jiuliuc dc uutv uot be her real greed to become tlie wife of Howard Rlomngieen Colorado capitalist nnd minor As the story goes Blooingrcens hcait was first touched at Colorado Springs where raulinc was cneaged in giving her exhibition lie was a spectator and saw Pauline struck by a hlmv the lion Hiilljiiii in anger AVItii remarkable pres ence of mind she recovered from the blow and beat the lions into submission con tinuing tho iiorformitncc although Bounded and in constant danger The veiniirkiilile nerve exhibited eaplt vated Mic ricli miner and he souciit this iicfjiitiinlance of the licrtOnc Ho iinnii diately proposed marriage but slic said she ivai wedded to lier piofesslon or words to thai effect Me loUfnviil her to a lid iiround tlie circle and landed in PCS Moincs last week Such devotion moved the hcnvt of tlie UonlwiHVlwl wmiuii oC thu cage and she gave Vij They arc to be married IL was jin Oinahii man Superintendent Getx of flie Omaha slrcet fair who lirsf got into tin sccrel and fie immediately offered indncenicjits to Rlocmgrccn and Pauline do Vcre to have the marriage cere mony performed in Omaha at Hie utrcet fair and in nnlillc iols here lust weil and closed hit dcril Then Mrs1 Hldom green will retire from life Iila Lowe wants a divorce She sayp sin lias lieen cruelly and inhumanly treated liy her Charles LOTC wlio has at dif ferent times beaten lier with Ills lists At mo time according to tij petition filed this lit hhi iinflcr the bed nnd when slie inlo tin house darted out upon her hitting her with his fists and knocking tu iluHorn Silly wnuts tympyviuj permanent alimony MAY ERECT A FIRE STATION Three Propositions Are Now Befoie the Council for a New Business Section Location Three propositions have been made for evectiou of n downtown thC station tolrn Lewis will erect a station at UiKlith and Plum street and rent for a year nnd K M Unhbell will liuild at Heventh nnd or on rium east of Seventh and 1i00 a year rcHpectlvely build intr lo be snmc an the new stiidon In Green wood Park The tiro comniftloa of the council f InvKOM olhor bids which may bo sent lo Alderman Win Hull Action On offers will be taken lliii fall an there great need of Ji Million ST Judge ZachHtis Issues a Temporary Injunction Shutting Off Pools at Del mar Race Track ST XOUIS 1ln Uic elrcu1t court today hultta a tetuuorao injiimtloit rcfUrninlng bookmakers nt Del imitnire I DieIt frtmi niierathiK further willi ont n liocDHc LILA CLAIMS SHE WAS AMBUSHED SAYS HUSBAND HID UNDEBBED AND SPBANG UPON HEE That He then Proceeded to Bent Her and Resort to Othel1 Mistreat Divorce t L HUNG CHANGS DAYS NUMBERED f PSKIN Sept Hung Chang is becomingmore nml more feeble and it is apparent to all his visitors that it is not probable that he will ever be able to act ns chairman of the council of stute CHANGES liTnER MAINSAIL No Race Between the Columbia and Constitution Today Because of the Latters Repairs NKWIMHIT It L Kept will be no race today for NIC Columbia nnd Con stitution as the latter It to change her mainsail The challenge eommilfce hold il brief merlins today and decided to have Ihe yichls race every day hereafter until Hal urdny or until U Is determined which is tinInlUr bunt STOLEN BILLS CIRCULATED KO1LT IVx Sept Itt Texns are in receipt of a communication from the treasury department notifying them tliul bills wo Montana ImnUs to lie amornt fo arc In elrcnlallnn lurking thi KiwmitiirfK of presldenls and eaxhleri The bills were slolm the re cent train robbery on the Jrciil Norlhern railway while In transit from Washington to the banks The bills nrc In deiiomlna lions of tens and twenties liOO000 of the former und of the Inttcr THREE GENERATIONS MOURN CITV Sopl countyH oldest neitlcr John Verlui of Solon wns burled loday He wns nearly 04 years of afro and came lo Mils counly from Holicinlii forlynluc yenrs He is survived by 10 children rli KHM llehlldreii and II grail grandchildren He fell anleep like u child old Inking 1dm He hud never known a Illnesrt THE WEATHER Forecast for tonight and Wednesday slight changes in temporiturc north to test winds DCS Moinos and to night and Wednesday slight changes in tempoiaturo SEWED ON INVESTIGATORS CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSIONEX CEEDED ITS POWERS Judge Hanecy Turns Out the Glim t in the Detective Scandal Exam inations in Chicago CUICACO Sept Ifnnecv tem porarily put a stop lo fiiitlicr action of the civil service commission in IIIJJT tin city dclcdlvc fmrean sciindais hen todiiy by Issuing n writ of certiimtri In lie ease nf Lieutenant loyce Tne wilt nr dcis he records of the commission brmiirlit Into conil and that disist frwn finUni The stfs nn Inil tinoinmisslon has exceeded il liy law tn ordcrlug llu1 discfuupc nf IUtilonunt oyce MUCH MONEY WAS PAID OUT Bills Allowed by the City Council This Morning for Payrolls am Other Expenses OilicfiM pay rills of dly lire department board of public works police jiiul cenie cry were allowed by the cmincil Mils moin insKxlrn police fifair wcrk cost Tin dly citKiiuMrs deimrlnieia for receivcd The pay roll was for The bath house pay mil was for work done nn the new fire alarm system the Hum of S7D1U was paid o IM Al Oltricn K Ihilll anil John Mest The city for road work SfliST iu Hit first distrlcl ind I1I1 In the Slxlh CONDEMN MORE PARK LANDS Sheriffs Jury Looking1 Over Some Properties Adjoining the Union Park Tract A slicrilTri jury wen lo a point norlh and IJulmi purl Ihls morning for lift of winic Imids he to A SnlltilHiir and ulhers LIBEKALS INVADE A TOWN COLON Any lline duys hy the del Trim Ill mile t Colon li vlilwilly lnslcycd by the or fnsurxcnls They nninher at Irrast XI and as nlrendy cabled ouinpy ivlKUiu Inland whUu oiniuslte the lown ind cointniindf entraintt to Ihe liar hot They are fairly well armed iossesylng two modern eniinon as welt us plenty of ammunition and are commanded by a CHAIN WORKS DISMANTLED IJTTSBUKl ISept fosvr if nice WIIH put to wori today dlitiianllliiK Ihe jiliinl the MrKny Company chain Works Tho coinpiuiy IMIH ctvclid a nnirli larger tdanl nt McKecs ana will iimmhm UKLawreticcvllic plant Strikers were iiutltlcd luday Unit the plani woittil open lit HilTi1 iveckn iiml wh Uiinlrd tu 1elurn nl In old watiH cotihl NEW IIAMTCEU THROW KECORD YOHK Hcpt hliiiiiifini Iho Iiponnd linninicf 171 feet 0 IncheH at the Irish Athletic association Kiniiert at dtlc Piirl yesterday Thin U u injW worldH STRIKERS ABE DISCOURAGED TRUST REAPS ADVANTAGES AL MOST EVERYWHERE Thirtytwo New Workmen Entered the Star Tin Plate Works and Other Reports Are Similar IJTTSBUKG Sept IJil was lieltCTCd thai ywtonlayK ereditaltle Inner dcmouBtra llon would Klvc humlus to tin sled strik ers cansp unil strctiKthPii thrin in their great tight hut I lie developments u the Ue situation all fuvoralile to the imtHlers Kiom nearly every point In Ihis district the ropoulK wove of u iliHfoiiwigliij itiilnre to tlie stiikers Tlilrtvnvo workmen ail said to 1m skilled Pilfered the Star Thi plity works without molestation 125 ma nislK retnrned to work tho Pennsyl vania mid Continental Tuue plants and twelve Imported men went to work at Hie steel IIOOH mill in Monossitii At 10 further ertortfi werr made to git the men out and Hie workM were In full opera tion InlnliTK nml Lindsay in id MeCnlch s mills wen again rnnnhm with In iiKed forces while tho conditions nt Me Kcespovt were without mnterlal clinnse BEER CASE IS BEFORE JURY S Neuderman Demands Trial to Peers Before Justice Duncan This Afternoon A jury oC six lias heen deiniinded by S Xnidenunu for trltil of Ills wise licforc Uuucim ut 1 p HU today lie Is chargod with nelllhg ItcM oh Sunday Aug a I a saloon Kitst Jlrst and Vocitst streels 0fflcor HukclstitK caught n man currying licer fnun this saloon to ii wagon and though cvldenciscunied complete tin silicon laepcr mniniKuil get post Iioiieiiuuils and the jury trial looked up on IIH almost sure to rustilLJn acqiilttnl us did Hie JtilniHon case Ijuforc luHtice Ayles worth lust week SEPTEMBER COURT IS HEAVY Friday Is the Last Day of Service and Saturday the Last Day of Filing Kridjty is the last rtuy for the sorvlcfi of original notices and fjnturdny ends tnj piriod for Jlllng in cases to be tried dnrliiK tl Supttsinlici Icnn of tin dlHlriel onrl The shVrlff has KIMVIM an umismiDy large nnnihcr of original and tlie Scpttinluri term of court promises to tic much larger limn nKiml 1lie IujKr has brought aillon Ihe Iowa Posting Service to onforee the collection of a prom issory iioUi MRSWEITZ MADE SECRETARY of Mrs Cooke from Of flce in Iowa Federation of Wo mens Clubs Is Filled Mrs Nellic Cool of AiRoim has re signed tlio seeretaryylilp of ih Iowa enitlon of Womens dubs because of an early removal to California The committee has tilled Ihevacancy by ap pointing Mrs Alice Wilson Weltx of IXS MnIncK H was deemed advisable to have the secretary in tho same place as the president WANTED A PASS TO IRELAND DIVIDENDS PAID OUT OF THE CAPITAL STOCK LOSER OF FIVE MILLIONS Necessary to Borrow a Million and a Half to Carry on the Business of the Company THEXTON X J Sept JJvSnil lias been immenced in ine court of ohanciny by Kichard yiegnian ajrainst L Rim1 H Piiy Thos 1 Dsinlcl Shea Martin Mnlnnpy lolni liicoh Astwv diroetors of tlie ekclric vohidc compauy have declared illegal tlie payment of e iltvidcmlsi the stock of Hie company and to havethe directors of the company held responsible for this uiiouut ami directed to repay Ihe name Into Hie treiisiiry of the U Is cluirjzcd tlmt thr dividends were not pnld int of the eiirninpfi liut were paid on of the capital stock of thp company H lit1 harped that the compimy hns lust In thn liioiw and that laht Mril it was obllcod to borrow lriWWWO and iu nUiini BHVC a morijafre on ho properly for STAKE LOUIS Elkhart Township Irishman Makes His SemiAnnual Request of Board of Supervisors John Kmie n resident of Klkhart town ship culled it the nflicc of ln hoard uf HUpifvisoiH iind rcfjiicsfcd a MJISH fo Ire Hind Kant has iiinii llilts iiinisnal rccjnest every Klx nionlliK the nasl fmir years Of riiiirse lie uniird down Tin ihuir iiiiin Mw ilint suih ivcic heyond the jiirtadlutioii uf the hoard and none of Hie nicnilicrs felt Hkc niiikiiiK till it tH UVMI ROAD AGENT ON A WHEEL SYHXnV X S W Sept IA niiiKkrd cydlft held up the CllfffiIHleaiiln mail ceach wounded a pawsnujjer Kccured tlio malls and opnla valued at nnd escaped CROOKEDNESS JOHN JACOB ASTOE DEFEND ANT IN A LAW SUIT ELECTRIC VEHICLE MUDDLE Iour Months After Organization of Exposition Company the First Stake was Driven Today ST lUUIS Sicpl fumnumMis fiuin tin find nf of flic cx jiositioii Hid iirrft stillco of the unrldVi fair tu IIP Iiclil I tlty I lilltl lo cillirnti lOOIIi annlvcrniKJ of thr Iiittislniiii IuriliiiKi was ilrlvcn tu cliiy oil till Kihnt Iurist rirli HIGH PBICES SOB WINDOWS LONDON Hilit ImOlcklliB in lacoM tn vlciv I lii curoiintioii iiruuosjbUm St ulrtiuly tloUtiut liy their cxilcrlunco In IHsl ymnf London almpkwiicis anil prlvnti rcsUlrnlB Unve liocomn csiiorts In tlie mutter of win dow anil bliop front letlini On the luor oiiblifuips tliniuvli whlill it is Hint tlie prnecssion will wjiidowa me fctca B In Kdoil positions now null lie price will go 111 to SJJIO Owinjf to Hie scaniiiii ennsoil nt tlie Queen Vlclorla jnliilce profession In tlie poorer pnrls of rtoulli London liy the tenement IninllnriLs evletini the worlUng clnss of peo ple in order to let the nt Wish prices n IniKiic lias been formed to protect Interests of those people next your should siniilnr ntlempt lie mnde MAKES AN ODD WAGEK 1AHIS Sept tuusc whn sailed for New York todiiy nlunirJ the Mcamfililp Celtic is Count Tyskieivlcz a wealthy Pulo ll known iu cluulnnd wlio maile a sthby his attempt to throw himself from the top if the Kiflel tower on the closing day of the In lrit a new slylc of parachute li has just wagered 10001 nililcs iOWXl with the editor of the Antovelo that he will ride his camel Cleopatra from to Iarls In a fortniglit throiiyli Vienna rleii and Lyons inrliidiiig the crossinK oC the Alps AmoiiB the comlitions Is one that the counts niuicec irntst vide with Idiu ARRIVES Venezuelan Periodical Comes Out With Inspired Article in Dis cussing Rebellion CARACAS Yen Sept H via llnytlen orjinu of Hie publislieil today an in spired article ending as follows The hour for initcs lias paused and the lime for action has arrtvcil NEWS WKITEBS LOSE COLUMiis o Sept tThc Pressmst rcsnmoil piililiimimi with a fovcft entire toiliv after n suspensiloii oC ten ihiyri Tronhle ofcnrred between tlm 1111111 unil tile Xews Witters1 iiiiluu over Hie alleged repudiation of tho conlract with writers a lockout occurred and Ihe me chanical departments followed tht dis charged mm men wore liiially se cured and Ihe papiM made Its appearance jigaln loiltiy FLOW OF GAS LEADS TO DISCOVERY OF OIL Mr A Acton on whose Madison township farm ga3 was dis covered has shut off the well but whon a match is touched to it tho gas burns freely He thinks now there la oil in the vicinity also An open ditch on his place is covered with petroleum It has been noticeable for years lhat when tne water is low In the ditches that oil accumulates on tho stagnant streams In great quantities Mr Acton is inclined to strongly believe that oil In paying quantities underflows his farm   

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