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   Des Moines Daily News (Newspaper) - September 4, 1901, Des Moines, Iowa                             Only ONE YEAftl MONTHS wo THREE MONTHS BOo ONE MONTH 25o DES MOINES DAILY YESTER DAYS ISSUE TWENTIETH YEAR NO 252 DES MOINES IOWAWEDNESDAY EVENING SEPTEMBER 4 1901 LAST EDITION ONE CENT Colombian Government Seriously CriDpM the MRS LEGGETT IN LONDONS SMARTEST IN THREE MONTHS BUFFALO Sept 4Mrs Francis H Leggett the cleyev Amer ican woman who in the short space of three months has attained an eminent position in Londons most exclusive social circles is now in this country on a visit She will return to the English capital this fall and will be a recognized leader of British swell dom FELL INTO A GORGE IS UNINJURED NEW YOKK Sept a fall of eighty feet into the gorge of the Kaaterskill falls in the Catskill mountains yesterday Miss Caroline Sehroeder of Brooklyn was found to be unhurt save for a few bruises according1 to a special to the World Ihe water plunges over a precipice 280 feet in height and1 on one side of the gorge is a shelf rock jutting out 80 feet below the summit Kiss Schroederventured too near the edge lost her balance and fell The people saw her body whirl downward They saw it rest for a moment in the balsam boughs and then disappear in the midst of the dense foliage below Throe men descended on ropes and found the young woman unconscious Physicians in attendance how ever said that while severely bruised she would suffer no serious results NEW YORK Sept 4The brief cable mention of the recent sinking of the Col ombian gunboat La Popa has been supple mented by further particulars regarding the accident by mail says the Tribune Gen Joaquin Velez governor ol Bolivar charges that La Popa was sunk by rebels and has caused the imprisonment of the four survivors charging them with com plicity in the plot The government has used every endeavor to suppress the de tails of the wreck La Popa was carrying troops from Cartagena to Barranifuilla and none ol them was saved The warr fillip which went clown about 60 milfls trom the port of Savnnilla also carried a cargo of a half million cartridges and 1000 rifles the loss of which will be seriously felt by the government The sinking of Ln Popa also cripple the naval fighting force as Colombia recently sold the Cor dova which was her largest ship and is now left with only one gun boat of account This is the General Pinzon formerly the American sle n yatoh Namouna One hundred thousand dollars has been sent to Gen Velez from Bocjema with which to purchase another vessel STEEL TRUST PRESIDENT LIS TENS 70 PROPOSALS HHMHH II is my belief that the Colombian gunboat Pinzou will never come back over the bar at Baranquilla It is very easy to go in but so difficult to go out that steamboat iiav igation of the river has been practically prohibited Gen Albano committed a grave mistake when he carried her Hestrepo Col ombian Revolutionary Agent I BY MITCHELL AND GOMPERS TWO LA BOB LEADERS VISIT NEW TOBK OFFICES SILK RIBBONS WORSTED BRAID GO WELL TOGETHER AS ON ONE SUIT police Judge Called on to Decide Ownership of a Wo man Wouldnt Try it On II is simply rtiliclllons think Unit any street ivciiilMg n ivnlst willi Kill Illlnm nliil n tiliirt Iriinineil ivllll worslei lirnlil Sillwonlil tlin liinsliliiK slock u nil tilt ill t saythe fact Hint In ilrlVniliilit Taylor pill lliis dress mi anil ilisplsyoil its illtiuitinal Hies to llii court llii proseetitiiif refused In piil Un1 ilnsi slmws Hint liie Riirmiiil mil Inlong to Miss tiich thti ilfclnrati ttyjui his morning in iiiiikii tin In u of I of AMurncy for v Mr Kynii riit ownership of i Tnylciv Mm lias Uaivmil rips anil learn also tell al 1 llir liiisliiinil like TliiniiiiH if iilil iloaliloil Mint Iliii wcmniN III InSav iors slili were real until lie tint his tinkers III llle smcs is illili1 In comt lio lorn tills fiinn anil place tits tinmiv in tin uciils of this skirt and tlniy ilisiiel all dullliL as In ownership for InliIls how a nail inntliii skirt wu Inill of Sut lliiniiitlnr fcarinjr Hial one was tu Itf turn In pieces said Hive It to her I eauiuit nee my liilil put tu tlcath Hero lines mil fear to put It on liifnri tills ciniil Simply liccaiiS sin klmes It clues not lit her Attorney MiHenry for lln prnfteiailioi tlinony Klunvnl conolnslvcly Hint Mrs Tny lor In snniii iniiiini1 cnme Into possession of Miss dress ot her talilo elolh svliMi hull ni Initial in llm cunicv tiF u lyt of teaspoons anil n ehliui sugar lloul On the other hiilul ilefonwo sniil Hie Inltlnl ii Hie lalite etolll hail lieen worked In the eloth went out n Hie Iinllils of ilefenit nut This n shun at tlie fij lln llepnrtinent who llit iliai1 of till four cxlilliils Juilce Sllvnia the iler nihlsiinenL REV Sioux City Minister Announces Ho Will Take Suporintendency oC AntiSaloon Lenguc SIOUX Sopl H C Miirihull of tlllH clly iHn iiflimnnii mi lluiDHtd Ills ni MiC KiilXillitciil ency pf llin Iowa Stuto AiitlSitloon IOHKIIC tnul Mint lie wnnlil llutllgililUti It vlgoi otitt cninpnlp ID IOWA ilUos BY GARMENT WORKER IS ALONG Prof Jenks of the Industrial Com mission Also Lends His Assist ance at the Conference VUltK eoufereilce at lonilitions of liiMee in Ilio great stvlke live hcInK tUsiusscit Is in ss ill tile ettiee of tin Unitcil Stales Steel eiirporaiion Tile initieipanls In the Olbcnsion Inelllile Iresiilout Chas M Sihtvnli Uniteil Slnlra Steel coiliolation Saniiii1 iireslileiil of the AiilCTi call Fuileratlcm of Mlteliell tncsiiteiil of the Unlleil Mine Workers1 as Hmlntlitn 1vnf UUks tlie Uuluatrial einiiniisslcn Secretary It M Knaley of Ihe ilvle fialinitliin anil Jlarrv Willie seire taiv nf Hie Jaiiiiciil workers Hie eon ferenee ivas arranseil this inul was askeil for liy Suel anil lolin MlUliell nlin are Inlievetl to be in lichnlf of 1resiilent Themlore 1 Slinffer the Ainaltjaniatiiil nsPoeiation rtioy this and wen inlneil hy Messrs Irnks ICasley silil rile eutiie liarty eaino ilovn town at 1 loek and at oelork elilelecl tlie ollives of the lnlteil males Steel ioriioi lion Thoy were reeeiieil liy Mr Hehwali Shorlly aftei1 tlieir inrival Viiyl lipsfon mil some ofthe otlletals of the snlistiliary enteical 1111 Helnvahs Illiee anil jnlneil the eonferees Xine or the imrtkl paats in tin1 eiiarereiiee eonlil Insien I BACE TRACK GAMBLERS PAY NO ATTENTION TO ORDER Injunction Issued Tuesday was Not Obeyed and tlie Court Wants to Know Why ST LOlIS Sept lJinlBi Xaehritx of the circuit court issued an oriler this after miiaiiillni the liookinakers al llcl iiinr Halt lo In eonrt at oclock Saturday thiy should not he uf ionrl in failin by him anil ilay Tim pcllllcn iiiiiii resell Arado Her Kyle and Ijmiin a sliiW cause wllv punished for oonlcinpl lo olicy the liijniicllon seneil on Ilium yustor ii Fljnn Sippy lln o SiephiMi the liookniaters iili tin liijinivllim seneil iiy SlierilV nickinaii and who ciinlinneii to operaie anirruanl DES AMES Tliivtyfive from this City are At tending the Iowa State Agricul tural College This Year lies Melar is well ieproselileil this year in the liiva Slate College of Agiliiiltnrc il Meelianie Aits n Anies finite at tumllng Iliieiilleci from Hila iItv are ccirsi IV llcistel lllns M MeVall Doll alii ll Slouner K W V illitis Aitliiii II Wyniaii 1 Mclnlii Hun W MiCnnl Illlcy 1 Snlllviln Mott V A T livine Ill Vaulelt 1 A Kownl L U Kelsey A Ij Cook larenee Conk 11 I1 Wimilwiml II Mil ler n 11 tto Starzinpel1 Kl ilon I tsry llolicrl ll Kellli llnclinil I Jlcilcr Itolwrl L JlcKliinciji A I llollls II i1 Mejilnney K II Mollllt Artlnlr I Johnson ThlKli t Van 1VII W P Miller A I1 Halilwln 1 X Ilurrows 1 A llol iler Daltiin A liclil clhas li Wllliiuns Mary Uotmns RICH THORSEMAN of the nrirenee in aillonnn net In was still In session at to nhieh lime lllere haii neni for Iniieh Tnllv SWI Iiill17 YraraKii 4MMf 4 DR RESTREPO CONVEYS START LING INTELLIGENCE ARMY OF 20000 SOLDIERS WELL ARMED AND EQUIPPED FOBOE IS READY LINES OFVALENCIA OPPOSE Riochacha Will be Attacked by Land and by Sea and Is Expected to Pall Easily MOW Y01MC Kiiil of lifi movtiiHMifs of Ilic ivvolutlniilstrf in Onloiu liii litivc liiPii iviflvcrl liy Uiuir lun mitt if nil lutd SMIIU well IIIMVS of a start HUE nnimv in soon to iMl Tin Kfil I Hint Klfiiiuiililp Ilillmlil Iililll Iirounlit ti Itutfc uiiill Tor Dr Ucs InHBMit of himiiliitloimry liar fv In this diy hiiiiviowid lie sniil in rolmiililu we Imvc now an army of nmnItuin men well annoil anil Ktiicnil Mti lui JIMXMJ ihilltd ruuiis iinilcililin tinil to unr ndvicrs tva to sdiit on his of Inviititoii nf Colniiibla i iiilnL I i Cllslulull on with s is Cicii mi hi JniXilcs Vnl Al Itiucltiirlia which is the NiMtlnni IJirt nf flic dcnmfniiiit uf ivilli i pouubilloil Of IDIMHf we linvi IWd inninil with n force of PLUCKY TRAISOIAN WENT FLY LKTCj AFTEK BOBBERS BOOTY ON HIS LOCOMOTIVE COTTON BELT THIEVES RAN OFF WITH THE ENGINE SIX MEN IN A BOLD HOLDUP Express Car Blown With Dynamite and the Valuables Carried Off in Two Sacks KAXPAS IMTV Kepi 1A special to iiiStar from IVxurHiiim Ark The wliu liclil up tin Vllcn Roll Imln it Hyhni lasl iiisht iiiv lo tn the Sulphur river oUoui inov iiiK lownnl the line II iin iiuitii iiistiiiued frtuii the rnilroad liow miiLh iiniiiLv they from hn ex press cur Insl II IkMlmnsIit io into i lie liuumtnds r0 UI H f ion in this tdlta Vlcu ricsidenl and Cencnil Miinitgcr ion of In St loniu Houlliwcsterii rosul Citlon Ikltt six instead of live men liolil tip the train last night Kylaii Ktation Tex Aftnr blowing un the safi in the ini dynamite rohbers seennd wo of loot This hey trtmsfeiTed to Hie tvhidi luul been diMiirheil ffoin the oilier csirti ICnirlnecillciidcixin innipclUft lo pnl nut tin hfiulllKhl bv Ihe robbers nil Him off and loui chaise of Ihn online Hiiyiiij twti ni tluIr niituliyv knew ut alxml Ilinning as he did The en 1Ine wriM rionlti in full sliced followed In HnLineelIlenilersoii on i liiuil eaf whieli lie Inui seeiiritl from a neirfiy switch lionse liily lhis morning lie came with is dcserfcri sibnu four milct from the scene of he robhuy The kept it the penlteiilinrv it Itnsk Texas for trucking escaped con victs art1 hurrlcil tti scene of tin robbery un a special train icn Supi Fuller of the PiiolnV lOxjiress sife M ttuCottdii Hell lvnin blown up and robbed lie ud rereivd no pnrtUiilsrs of the lioldnjK All he knew hixilil was Unit hnil nrred did mL belicuthe loss heavy for he Hiiiii very intich nnmey SARAH BERNHARDTDISAPPOINTS DAINTY MAUD ADAMS H M M f 4 4 4 ffHHth NEW YOBK Sept Maud Adams the famous Ameri can actress is greatly disappointed at the intelligence that Mme Sarah Berrihardt has given up the idea of taking the part of Romeo to Miss Admnas Juliet ns previously arranged Miss Adams is now preparing to take the part of Rosalind in Shake speares As You Like It CHUN READS A YELLOW LETTER TOTHE EMPEROR mitimiiil i HI sis BATTLESHIP IOWA SEAT OF STRIFE The Killing Is Said by Witnesses to Have Been Done in Self Defense lOYltlOMKKY Hcpl tln n Ituiiw on Kirrci Cluirhs MrtHln wni shot ami kllliil hy X HHI Jr Two lomls of lintkHluiL took iffecL In Mnrllns linul iit wns hislimtitiKotiK IcisoiiH In IHIIISCsay Iluil Miiillti Inn tlirciitciiftl to kill Itcll on inul wlih n liislol in Ills Inind wait III I lie uel of fordtifj Ills Miiv Into n room otciiplLd by II wiion lie killed N 1 Hell Jr Itt n sm of oni lln mni In MoiitRoinory Mnilln ii driver of und piiclilK IKITMOS ttiui anno to lulu dtf trom Mobile Al SAN FKANCISCO Sept steamed at full speed over 3374 miles of wator tho Ifnltecl j States battleship lovm is now ncarintj the Isthmus of Panama whore she will plescrve order in tho ensuing trouble between Venezuela and Colombia The United States gunboat Machias Is at tho same time in the waters of Colon The policy of this government is well defined in a note of Secretary I Hay made public in substance late yesterday afternoon Wo shall not interfere in tho internal trou bio of tho South American republics but our warships will protect American citizens POTSDAM Sept Chun visited the Mausoleum at Friedenskirche today and placed wreaths on the tombs of the Em peror and Empress Frederick Emperor William received Prince Chun at noon in the presence f of royal princes Baron von Richthofen the foreign secretary the J principal iniiiistera and generals and the court dignitaries The i piiiito read n letter written in yellow ink to the emperor i Theprince on going to the audience passed through the Jasper f gallery between lines of guards A GuaiA of Honor had been drawn up outside the palace and r presented arms with the band playingas Prince Chun emerged r The envoy had passed down the lines of troops saluting in Chinese fashion with folded hands SWIFT WATER BILL CAUGHT WILLIAM 0 GATES MADECHILD HIS WIFE Girl Was But 14 Years Old and Swift Water Bill Already Had One Wife Living SAN lIIANlIKCd Hnil I othcrivHi kniivvuilM Wnlir Illl irrliil in Hly II inlMiiuillHl SIHI liv iiittlliirlllii t Ti liiiiBliiB lilni n iljri IlHruilpl rivrii III illr iiliilll lily niil illMuviriil inilll yisli II Is iilliPii Sivin Will r IIIII I in lii of lln fiiil liil In liail l ivlfa PUSH CARTS UNDER THE BAN City Ordinance Passed Yesterday Knocking Out this Method oC Getting Trade piihli enils ean lie ascil in tin ilcnvii town illstilel for Mile f any oilier nooIs Tilleonnell lins Iiassecl nn ol1 cllnniiii liruilMillliiK It clroeers anil eon leelloniTS rointililineil Him 5vnuslilit liiei1 clianls were wlieilliiK earls In fiont wf tliDlr slnres anil only piy ilil sill ll real for the anil lliiy ileeineil It an iiiltiaye as Ihey have to pay liij rents for store rooms Tho Itelail Iliu ceni1 nssoelalioli lieailnl Hie movement I knock mil Hie push enrts THEY Russian Insurance Companies Will Wot Insure ilnme Struc tures MOSlOW oiiiiBinls linn vlll ifusi In In iiinil nl llnliin Insurance ne tluil henceforih Iliey InSHie wooilen houses nil ae r losses tiy llliihlllliK lasl summer They also nnnonnee thai af leiSejileniliei li lllere will tie all increase ill iweiiiliitns lov liKiiifiinie Ip Ml Hie pirselll tlUIIthere Inivil lleell nil IIIIWCH Ihls year iinicicllillliK I I7ci0liwu nililes CHARGED WlfrT SELLING OLEO Dairy Commissioner Norton Causes Arrest at Clinton for Selling Oleomargarine OUVIIIN MIIII oilin of Slnte Hairy Conllnissloner Vollon Henry IttnlKcr wns airesliil luie Itils inoin Inn elninteil with selling COLORED BISHOP MADE THEM MAD JEBSEY CITY NBGSO STIKBED ECUMENICAL COUNCIL Former Mayor of Sheffield in His Welcome Declared That Hell is Let Loose in Africa nt dlst d Ihe il Kpl lIlie it iiliiil Mellmdlst confcr ipiind lotlay was in l the t olnred Hslioji Wnltnrs scy Cny lie deelared illiif Hiere syslcinalie etVnrl un foof on the if wlihv in dstuoy the pinion which ihn KiiKllsli pMiile Anurleaii Me recapitulat lynclilni inures nf fhe year 1KK declared thnl ihoiih ninety negroes Ivnrhcd ijl only eleven Uad il3 on while wmniii bciii s iMiiied loud dicers Ooin HIP Knir iiiut MMnil soiitliern deleciiles went while itlteis did iiDimminl Ibolr Us ineiU with Die sjnalier Aiiolher inddiiil ivliiih atlrailed toin niit deihnation of Sir Charles Skel i fivrtiHvly f SlietlUtd eleiiinitit ilie Americans crit ixcd tinwar in Smith Africa n Snulli Afrira to ft linelr ninke rfinh DESPONDENT AT 24 YEARS E L Thomas Brnkeman on the Northwestern Committed Suicide by Shooting at Clinton lVIOX Sepl 1 10 L Thomas employed liy tinNorlliwesteni us eoniniiljfd siileidi last nijrht hy itLiiinc himself In Hie Illmi Thomas was ytiivs old ind ilespiiideill JEWELS STOLEN Bobbery of McMullen Hotel at That Place Is Reported to the Des Moincs Police 1 Aliout irW worlli of Jewolrv Is reported lust n tile MiMnlleti lintel nt loIfnJl WrlKlu iiiiiisluil ill Him iilnw lleil Illlef Mallils of lie lareeny loilny THEWEATHER Forecast for cloudy with probably showers Thursday and in western portion tonight southerly winds Des Motnoa and cloudy tonight probably Thursday stationary tompovatUM   

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