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   Des Moines Daily News (Newspaper) - December 13, 1901, Des Moines, Iowa                             V11 Mill Only ONE Tie THREE MONTHS Wo ONE MONTH 250 DES YESTERvy DAYS ISSUE 1v TWENTYFIRST YEAR DES MOINES IOWA FRIDAY EVENING DECEMBER 13 1901 LAST EDITION SIXTEEN PAGESiPRJCE of BILL MEANS A SMALLER ARMY OVER THERE REPUBLICANS EXPLAIN PHIL IPPINE TABIEE MEASURE MONEY FOR SCHOOL SUPPORT REVENUES BADLY NEEDED AND MUST NOT BE CURTAILED FUNDS TO THE PHILIPPINES Are to Be Paid to the Insular Treasury for Support of r WASHINGTON Dee 13Chalrman Payne of tlia committee on ways and means today presented the majority report on the Iallippliie tariff bill Jt says This hill Is designed to raise revenue for the government und beneiit of the rhnip Dluo archipelago Jtis to restore the HtatuB which existed prior to the Uuc dotIslon of the supreme court TI llic Ulinnond ItinRS Case Prior to tlnitdecision the government hud noeu coi Iccttui duties ou good3 coming luto the States from tlie IMillIppine archl pilago at the rates ns those provided in our larlff laws for lilie articles imported from Foreign countries TUe court holds that the Philippine archipelago is not a toi LIgu country and therefore the general tariff law docs not apply This bill extends the rate now existing up on irnpovts lioui foreign cpuntrieK to ar ticles brought In from tho Plillliailue s lands I the Plilllpiilne firm pel HBO the Unltid1 States Philippine comjnission pro a tariff act after much care and uluiiv Their object lias been and is to raise sufficient revenue to support a govern ment la the Philippines to provide amlj t men a e p lor the education of the people to oycu couuuetce Doth foreign mestic and to provide ample police force for the preservation of order lliese tlic nnd do lorce for tlic prcserviuiou in ULUII JUIDI iHrterent forms of tariffin force there hnyo produced n surplus of revenue after paying tlie pxiionses of thn government Uhls WU In tlic llrst Hoetiou to male tills Philippine tnrlir 11 part of tlio statutesof United Ample Hevenue Imperative The necessity for a continuance of rcv omie which sliall ue Doth ainplc oinlcnrLijin is Imperative If we continue tlie ponce smtl sysUiu wlucU has been null which is doing so much lj cestoid uud conserve order in theislands it will call for a Inrgo iucreuso In appro We have enrolled 130000 school children in the public schools Of this number more thnn onehalf art without any school house flccoiniuodiiton It Is necessary that we build suitable houses at once len thousand adults were at last accounts en rolled for night schools nnii we were old that this mimlKTlnis since IncrutiRiMl proli iblv to at least 83000 Those people unx lous to learn our languaffe andto better their mental condition mustbe amply provided for Four thousnnd teachers have Weil employer nenrlv nil of them recent lv ami their salaries itnist be Tliis Hiout work of education must not be criji jilpd even for a short tiuje for lack of funds Our government bus gone to work sys tematically through 15ic commission tor Uie Improvement of Im finrbiir at Manila hnvi bt the eonlract iifter n tfuli Hc advertisement imd competitive bids to ilie lowest bidder JLMiM contract callsfor three millions ofdollars In the nearfuture Roads are belnff con ttructedtnml llie Iriiildlhif ot Ironds In tbIs 1 roploiil countrv is Thcsn lire 1ml a fewof the miitov items of espemll lure whlcb are Imperntlvo All thcsftex penditures are preparing tlie wajrfor a of the army nnd In the end will prove dt direct benefit lo the taxpayers of Ihe United States Other Vessels May Trade Id IPKI ports nqt withstanding our navlgaHon laws until tlie tlrst Iiy nf ijinunry 1WK when It Is believed these islands may safelycome under tlie CiMViitiou of our present slfitnlea nnd ves wls only of Uw United Stntys be ftitiploycil In onk commcifc with them Ar present our own people who ship goods to llimc Isliinds are IniiKlIrappcd by tlic Ui tertiiil revenue tax jiml duties paid ujion foivign goods Imported iicro and used In the inaiiiifnilnri of iirrlclca sent to the Philip pines The sixth cliiusf of the proposed bill Is ilcsiRiinliid to TcniRtly this Thp fimrlh spiitlon nrovltlrs nil ilw duties nnd inxw collected under the act slinll tint le covered into the general fund of Hie trensnry of the United States but paid iulo Ou treasury of ilio IMillippine islands In used and expended for the use and lienofit of these iHlinids The objectof lie bill to meet n press Inir enicrgoilcy prjictlenlly and einclently tnvlff of tincouiuilspltni s Mir bist that cnn devised in the limited lime toft for us to act ANGRY Queenabury Lost Heavily in Stock Speculations of Australian and Canadian lines LONDON Dec MnrQulff of Qnocuslrary is in Rvcat fluiinclivl BlvftUs and may be ndjndtroil ti bankrupt llclntt sued by Ills stoclc brokersand examined in Hie bankruptcycourt Qucensbury testl lied llmt lie Inst lienvllv in slock spec ulations Caimdliin mines Nolwitlistaiulias all this he SK sill In ev idenee In the jjny Ilfo of London it ml Is not apparently bnvd up so far as pocket iiMitiey Is cmicpvncd Sir Robert Peel another dlsUusuished bankrupt is a prominent figure nightly lit Hie American liar nf tlie Hotel Cecil lie succeeds In nrtfullv dodging the Hoi imvay Btreet jail where bis augry cretl iiorswould like to land him COLLIDES WITH MANY SHEEP Wyoming1 Train the Dispatch Al leges Kill 500 Animals Shel tered From the Blizzard CniOYKXNE Wyo Dec The liila staid IJiKliift thVonshout southern Wyoming Is tiirrliio Kverythlng is delayed from throe iti tlvc liouvs nnd u UlocUado la ImuiiuuuU CJieat distress ia repovtud by aheepmen of he red iloscrtsection amlsbiitlicni lllnta enmity On the dcacrt the losses will Jie la rgu tialofls a break oceiira within n few iiniirs At Sweetwator county a piiKscngcr tritl n ploughed through a bunch or slicop hnddlnd In n eat tq ccp out of 11m wind and over fitW of ho nnlmalsnre vtiHOvtciVlo hnvo licftn tilled Thojf wore htirled In even directionnnd hurled out ot sight hi drifts Mrs I S Wlnslowof Highland Park Beturns From Ft Enlighten Other Mothers Shnnhl any woman wlio 1ms n Hon Inis band OP brother In llie penUiMillary at Fort Mnillson imvon desire to loarn aonielhMig ahonl thpivi Mrn I H Whislow of High html Iark lanblOto wllllnff to give them Mrs whiwlow hiifl a win In tho peniten tiary niul iliirlngthe litter part of lust nnil Monday week visit luff him nt Kort Jladlsnn Hlie every nai Ihvrr Rooms to lie kliHlly treated and just as much Isdone ns Is iiostlblc to ob llvluto the Idea of close conflueiuciit anfl immlul servitude On tjuiiday she visited the prlKon biunlny uhnol tUe report of wnieli shown a very I illgo attendance on the iart of the nrls 0 JUKIS Kollovtfng Is the Tcjiort Ofllceta present tcacheiH present 8 visitor mCKent 8 uplift present 212 total 230 total prcccd Sunday 200 Mrs Wlnslow oxtendw a hearty Invlfa to any who wlshto learn ot some of null own family t lie reto r liome one block cifst college l on livr at t of lllgulnnd 1iirk LABOR LEADEftDURANCE Santiago Iglesias andSeven Com panions Sentenced ior aConspir acy SAN JUAN P K JJec ItjlesUis iireslUettt oC tho 1caeratloa of Worbmen of Porto Rico together with nine companions wastried lu the district court ofBanJuaii of conspU acy lulcslas Kas been Bcuteaccd to three years rourmonths and eisht days1 luipris oiuueiit Seven of Itls companions were sentenced o four Imprisonment while two were acquitted ot thu charee ot being founders of an illegalasKoeiatloa aiid coii splraey IB August 3000to raise the price of labor Iu Porto IHqo The local federa tion of the workmen ofPorto Klco which isnow a part of the American federation of Labor under the presidency of Samuel Gomners has been ordered dissolved fls It aiis been adjudged lllvgot because of this consylruey LYING WITH AMALGAMATED Bio Tinto Company Has Taken All the Steps it Proposes to Take in the Copper Settlement LOXDON Dec directors of the io Tin to company been meeting dally though quite Informally since tbc copper crisis became acute A representa tive of the Associated Press was ofllclally Informed after todays meeting that what ever settlement may be arrived al now lies entirely with the AmiilsamatPd Copper company The Kio Tin to company bus made all prcparaUono which It Intends to make but so far has received no Indica tion of tlie step tho Amalgamated proposes to tatc Afeeling prevails thatthe condi tions will riot bealtered at present SONINLAW ACTED QUICKLY PatherinLaw Went After kirn With a Shotgun But He Grabbed a Revolver and Shot Him DECATITH 111 Dec lilSolm PlUhV HO yearsof age wasMdllod by Willis Hay Ids tonlnlaw last nljjhtin a dispute over business riiatters trapcdy occurred at PlUkys Home nine miles from here Illlky got u Khfitgun and started to kill Kay hut tho latter was tow quick for him Sot a revolver andkilled Ill Iky The coronersjury today returned a ver dict of juaitliable homicide There were BO arrests SUEING TO RECOVER LABELS teamsters Bring iTest Case to Be TriedBeforeJustice Tiis on the 18th Tlics Tenni Drivers Iiiternationiil TJuIoo oC America local union No 00 ha begun a testsuit In Justice Ills court ajntnst Frank iownsend to recover possession of JEANNETTE ALLEN GOMES BACK RICH FORMER NOTORIOUS CHARAC TER RETURNS TO SETTLE PAYS MANY DEBTS ALREADY SHE FLASHES CERTIFICATE FOB IN THE MINT GATHERED IT IN KLONDIKE Her Husband Beturns s Review of Adventurous WaB in tlie Fen Four years ago Jeanetle Alieji a famous Whiteehapel character shook the dust of DCS Molncs from her feet and headed for lie Klondike She had shortly before com pleted a torm hi tho peRiteiilutry At a day lianeiiiet prior to her departure she made the statement that she agnin visited DCS Molnes It would with a lull of gold the register of the Jdrkwood hote this morning thelo apftenretl the name and address KJ H Ashbind Dawson City Klondike Iiiqulry at the hotel1 developed theInformation that Mrs Ashlanfl Is no other than our own Jeariette Further Inrjulrr also revealed the fact thut she has nuidi good her promise of four yean airo and IK now In clean Klondike gold There is little question hut what her story Is true and she is the actual possessor of fabulous wealth To substantiate her Ashland ex hibited a large nunihcr otsolid gold nug gets which PUK presented to many of her oldtiiue friends and companions during the palmy days of Whltecbauel When Jeanette Allen left this city ghe wtis debt Merchants and busl nosti men hnd Inmlicli confidence In her iproinise to pay and when she said I will return every dollar they knew she meant what she said and thut in time every Cenny would be forthcoming This ijf she atarted out to fultlll thistlroralse and by 8 oclockevery pledge made iore her denirUirefoi1 the Klondike hud been redeemed 1 She Wrote From Klondike For some time after Jeauette left the city but a tew Intimate friends knew of her About three years ago a let ter ivas received addressed to vthe editor of the Dally Iowa Capital written from Dnwson City In which she againdeclared Intention of fulfilling promises made here Slie also gave a full account of her experience after leaving Dos Molnes Before her final departure to Klondike she said she enjsngetl with a vaudeville1 company nt Portland On H hure where sin married ABhlrtiid a fdriiier hackinau of tliis Ashland was then nj the suloou busi ness at Portland and tinletter stated that he was about to lunve for Dawson City where he intended to invest in mining properties A later letter to another friend located Sirs Ashland in the gold regions with her husband Nothing wos hoard from her from that time until bor name appeared on u hotel ruglstor last night Popular With the Legislators Mrs Ashland Is a familiar cunracler not In DC Molues Imt throughouL tliti ttate of Iowa leirs igo ue i nepj a resort at Fourth and Elm streets which is suld to GAESAR SIMARJHE FRENCH CHAMPION COULD NOT RIDE r NEWYOBKj Deo Simarthe French cycle rider whowas chosento represent that country at thegreat sixday race now going on was unavoidably delayed and on that 4 accounthas not appeared inthe contest two big brass union labels Issneil to Town send when he was a member on the grcc ment that when lie ceased to be a mcber lie would return them Having keen UroweU from Uic for non payment of dues the union sues to recover tilelabels Major Maclcnzlci Is prosccntlnf tho ease which is set for trial on tho18th GATES WINS ON WHEAT DEAL The Steel Magnate Clears Nearly One Million Dollars in the Be cent Flurry NEW YOKE Dee W Gates Is reported to liavc mmle auotUftt btgfortune In wheat Ho Is sakl to Imve chared tip nearly 1000000 Jn tlie recent flurry when wheat wastlntolng townrd the dollar mark and to linvo sold out licfore the docltno Gains and the Aloore wero the hcnvleat oporntora and InstlantOM of the bull movehicnl Gates It is wlfl rcnllMrt Vn his homings sooneithan Moore ttrotjwra and was out oftho market with pioilt before they had besnn lo rcaliste T6 ABREST ALL COASTERS Mayor Hartcnbowor has Riven thopo licemen Instructions to arrest persons down the hills in the city whore travel Is heavy This order will lioen forced aa regards acntli nirocr tauter Nineteenth Hfivcntocinth VFtot Grand Third KMt Court nvonno andAVoIntitnnd flccvnrnl otlior impoTlnTit fitretlfl in the fliiliurlHiii Hoclions whore trafficIs llRlit may bo IndnlgM In unless nioro coitiplttintsiiro mnilc Hie mnyoi1 have been n favorite vcsovtfor nuimbrvs of the legislature during the session of ilie senornl assembly It was jit this place re ferred to In Editor Balvcls syndicate letter In which he connected the nameof Senator Finn of HidCoid Finnafterward refuted tliu allugiitlonnmt knocked nelvcl down on tlie floor of the senate during a ilstlcen countor Jeanette afterwards removed to Pelton nvenne where she rcmnuietl the city administration spurred on by the DCS Molncs Ministerial asHoalutlon wiped the notorious district off the face of the map years after tho FlhnHclvcl epi sode the house on Fourth street was raid ed nnd a number of legislators placed un der arrest Tcftnotte was indicted on a charge of kerning a rtlsorrtevly house nnil ilnally sentenced to serve a term of four years iii the penitent In rv nt mimosa Her ttmc was shortened irownvur by good be havior and she returned o Ihlfl citv whore she resided until the Klondike Immigration Known as an Honest Woman Contrary to women of this character Jcnncltc Allen was widely known as one who wan scrupulously honest No merchant In Dea Molnos who knew her feared to or declined to 1 rust her with snnw of money or goods ranging In n mounts from to Her wiird WIIM eniitmlurfiii as Rood AS pold anywhere nnd during her long resi dence In CH Molncs It can bn Irnthfnlly snld that iTcancUc Allen never defrauded anyone for a eltiflc1 was aa generaita ns slic was honfstnm cltnrlfy nl ways received a hearty response Swell Banquet a Disappointment Thanksgiving Is snld to have been on event Unit simply bcttRnrcd all Mvory delicacy thnt money conld pnrchnsowasset before her Clients itrirt those whoworn ttiorc unrcnd must Imvn rcprescalcd a cost of not less thnn fill lilRli piicril wlncH Dial could be ob tained bnuquet ibeKun at 11 oclock In the evening and lasted until 4 thenext morning One of the UlfetpiKiltftlin features of tliiii ooeaslon und one which JeiuieUe greatly lameiitK to this city Is tinfiictthat out of 150 swill sudcly men vrvrc in of IioquiMitlnis Iior pluco huj four ofthat number id ot their iihiwucG was offered and tiiy nosteaa only iievoniits foe tluir Londucl froln the fact as sue aftei wiiidfi fiilU hat iuey might liaveIiecn tie tllucd at home with thcti wives Coutluuoa on page MR New Secretary of the Iowa Agricul tural Society Served Meeting A meeting of the directors of the stuto fair was held this morning for thepurpose of revising the nrfmluin list ror next year Thenew secretary John Simpson performed the UutifiH of bis oflke for the ilrat time The rules of entries were approved with souiu necessary changes but the list was not completed The boaril adjourned and the listwill again receive attention at the January meeting of the hoard The directors of tbd Borttcultural board hold a brier session for the imrrioseoC al lowtug u few bills against the society The inombLTB of the board pronounce the an niiaj convention Just the most profitable ever hem A cheek was received the governors office Uilsmorning fdrflye Qolhirf u sub scrlntion from H H of Arclier to the MeKIriley meraorliy WANTEDA ICFPLANT There Is a Fortune Awaiting the First Wan Wna Invents OrieS OPcriodically the question is asked why there Is nothiiiie iutbe shape of a small ice or refrigerating machine for domestic use That sucli a machine Is in wide de mand nnd with aTeady sale Is generally admittedso thatto riiauy seemed all the inorc uurlous no doubt comraerclnU cutcrprlse did not long ago undertaketo sovethe problemr The whole hoivever nnswerefl by that1 no better method of refrliferntJiiffhas yet been found thau the use of ammomJii or a similar sys tem which Involves the use of certain pressures and a t certtiin nunlber of ele mentsla the cyclevsuch itscbmpresgion expansion and condeiiauUau Yognrdlcss of whether the turn out n frnetloit ofa1 ton or ahundredtone The liuutlllui of the rcfrigeratinffcycle and the safi mantpulatlou ofi pressure fCQuires fact a skill somewhat above and which cannotbe expeetea from ordi nary domestics It therefore seems that the facts as thcystand cludo the of domestic ice or refrigeratrnff plants so con tinue until someBystem may lie devised differing irom those now iuuseCassieis HE TRIED MORAL SUASION How ItWorkedin the Case of Two Disobedient Small Boys in the School HE QUARANTINES HIMSELF FOR FUN WATEBLOO MAW POTS UP SMALL POX CAKD TO BEAT DEBT WhenConstable Came to Attach Goods the Card Blocked Laughs in HisSleeve WATEBLOO Dec is wt often1 thnt a man will put hirnse uc luerately for smallpox One casehowever lias just teen lirotujuc to light in West Waterloo where n man went andsecured a sign nil tack ed It oil Bis own lionic In doing th s hevliad nn us to grlml ana nc romil It A iironiliiont retail Urn sold the man re lerred to a larse quantity of goods I in firm Bniilly lived ot endeavoring to collect Lhe money The attorney went before a West Sido Justice of tho peace and secured a writ of replevin nnd sent the constable and two aids lifter tho goods Behold then imazcmentwhen they ieaclici tlio nmise to Jlnd u smallpox sign upon the doorAc cording to the quarantine law they were mrralfrom enterluif the honso He removed lire Biviiilliioitfsh1 as soon as the pincers sot nut of sight and Is still hiuftiil 1C up lis sleeve to think how he tooled ilium A you Miful supervising principal who does not believe in corporal punishment but in moral suasion wiis summoned the otber atterhooa to the qJaaaroom of one of Iiis leacucrfi Jolimo mid Tommy the teacher complained hud poiiplls nt oue another lirtil been ujiublc to make tbemstop Theu I will try a little moral suasion ou the supervising principal said will take them iiito lay office sit them down before tneand from nowtill IM keepthem ihrowlns pencils at each other I will also make themwrite the word iHiuuMtiOO times Uiem hand mp In aHOOWflrdTompositton on pencH throwluKVj The teacher Approved wiUi rt respectful smile of tills ingeiiiotis inmlsluiiciit It was then2 oclock and nt slie made ready to go Home Her way led Her prlncl palsofflce and she lookediii Hesat rcad desk and Johnny and Tommy thetwo boysstoofl about seven feet apuvt throwing pencils ut one anotficr wftii a weary borert Jlecord FAliL SHAFT FATAL Joseph C Boot Loses Fourteen Thou sand Dollars in an Omaha Suit for Libel C T Cloudaa Connected With the Swift Packing Company at St Joseph Dead ST JOSEPH Mo Dec C T Cloildas a kuown manabout town and identified with the Swift racking companydieil last night Irom Injuries sus lilined iiy fitllinir an elevator shaft ill tho Sivirt pfiint iu tills clly two duys flgo LAS1 NIGHT TUe Snnnyslilcs nail Colinubias or the Capital City Buttliny league played three Kiinies on ScelmrsiT iillcys last evening as follows SUXUYXIOES 1sl 2d Total AT Klimmilis li1 358 MO 171 5T Joynes 171 147 fi7 478 IStl iiansou iZ 117 I7S VM Scrubv lltl Til fil 12S US Conmee H M Totals Evans SitnrglH Lorenye Holland French 7SO OS2 703 2170 COlUMBIAS 1111 110 lul WO 118 1S2 llt 47S WS 145 US7 7211 21ia Ml BOYAL ARCANUM OFFICERS IowaCouncil 1107 Itoyal Arcarnim held Its amuiul cleellou oCotllcera for HKI2 last evening Officers elected as follows Hcgent II C Ileydlnjisfeldcr vice re gent t II Itiest orator TJ IJ Sherman secretary L Uohiiison collector W A hawreiison reasarcr Walter Irlshj chap lain C Cnonirr guide II W rcgKett jviirdon VlcfoiGray sentry R I f noway MADE SICK BY TUBKEY GRAVY SIOUX CITV Dec a turkey dinner given for tho Womens and Knbies Homo Saumlay nearly X hundred persons were taken sick Investigation showed It to have come fromtnrlieygravy which had hoen allowed to stand metal dish Physicians were summoned imme diately and none of the cases resulted ser iously TRAMPLED TO DEATH BY COW WEST SID Dec Mocslelt was instantly killed at Ieter Martens place four mllos southwest of town wlillo attondlnc n Iivihlie sale He was knocked down nnfl Innnpleil toilnttli Iiy a rfelit encil cow wiilch ho hadpurchased ami which was IryliiB oseapo from him Mr Moeslcit was a single man residing eight miles southwest of West Side FLOATCHHOTJGHTHE BAYOTI Dr 0 B Iaiil and J R Paul of the Yeoman will leave afterthu for a mondiH throiiKh Tesns at least the coast section They have bought n launch which Ihev will set afloat nt 1ort Arthur nnd expect to use It iotraverse the bayous and rlvera mi a linnllng trip ENCAMPMENT AT WASHINGTON CHICAGO lee of the ex ecutive ronnnUtiC of the national council of the Grain Army of the Kepubllu have decided to hold Ihe next annual encamp ment of tho orcnitaloif JVmhIiiKtoii C It has been decided tantlao eu campment will be held In the fall QLEE CLUB WElIi RECEIVED Tire Drake University Glee cluli recelvcil mucll onnlniisc nt the concert given iiiKht Tliey will Klvo iin entertainment lonlsht In Perry Iowa They lof for that place this noon MAXIMA IC to Jcn Smith hnvlliB nlTalrs wellIn Imml In tho JHlaiiil of icvle commiinlcatlon with tfic Islnml of Snmar Is nearly Imbonllile Trade re Klrldlcns linve been taken off the weft Itonls iradlntttlipro are not reijnlred lo show BIG CAPITALISTS ARE BACKING FLYING MACHINE BBIDBEPOBT ConnDec Whitehead the Bridgeport Connecticutflying machine in ventor claims that within a year people will fce buying airships at the same rate as they are now buy taff automobiles Big capitalists whose names are kept mysteriously secret are backing Whitehead andthe inventor claims to have at last perfected his device and solved thejnoblem of aerial navigation Whitehead hasalready traveled through the air for more than a mile and this atau earlier stage ot his invention tcrlty is doekctea tor today before A Churcli ot tUe dlstvlct eourt Imt it is wolwble tlutt Governor Slmwri anpHcu tlou for tt cciniinuanc lit grautea Itvau of is hero to de fend McGregor SELLS THE DISMAL SWAMP QUioan Keoeives 57500 for 10000 Acres of Virginia Marsh Xiand NORFOLK Vn Dec 13Jor 5T5lKl Joseph Silp of Chilllcotlic sold to the Virginia Lnud and Lumber company WUQO acres of the DismalSwamp It Is statefltUat the company will Immediately undertake tlie ilralnlni of tlie swamp ile nndlns the wooded fastness of timber and onculug the fertile anil up to cultivation ELEClpSFEVEB AT CEDAR RAPIDS mid others for u jiublicittioniu tlie Tlilinjjs wlilcli Hhc allegetl libdloua It nroso thiougli ti coriirovmsyover tho mncmc 01 toihliKtoac Ut I5ttn avlctimof nn TArKiinsfisT f TJflin agcs in he KIIIU of wereawarded GAS TO BE MUCH CHEAIpFt IAN 1 1115 PBB BATE WILL DROP TO THOUSAND FEET Woman Asks Mayor to Treveat Pres ent Charge When Not Paid by the ISth After January 1 the Capital City las Iilaht Co Js under the city ordinances to furnish gas nflm per thousand llrt tlat The rate this year has Kat fnr the next llaee years tlie ordinance sec tloa 12S8 speciiiesii nickel reduction Ill 1UOS tin rate ijl10 and the years lIKKi to 1010 Inclusive will see a Hat l nlTIiese points were oiit at Mayor llartcnbowers oflicl today woiiiiiii called to protest apnlnst liaylng ilie ordinance says Unit tlie wiinSiiiiy can add JO cents pcrtliiiiisnml to tliat amount bat sliall be ranulruil to dlbcounr that sum for iiaymcnt ly urlrefore the tiftecuthday of tiic month following the day in which the gas was consumed PENNY UNSOLVED STBANGEV ioiSAPPEABANCE OB COINS AT WATEULOO Twenty Thousand More Are Ordered to Supply the Drop Out of Sight WATERLOO Doc do nil thn poiinlMand plnai ito Is u si III iinnnsncred amatlon Tlic Comiiicrcliil onlil bank or tills city iHmniiil on tho treiisury Iciuirtmunt woitli of tliu slilnlns new impjicra Drills will inonn tliat 20000 iictinUs will nc put ii to circulation In Waterloo within u VCMV short Tlio limlhs of the dty are con stamly alilpnlng pennies thia way ioin llie irensnry nnd It Is amystery to them what lioVonira of thorn There has not Iwrn11 shiBlu shlinnent couper coins out of Vn iiloo In tlic memory of Ilio lmiilcra nnil yit the lianlis do not liavo n snlllfifiil num frar of pennies to 111 lln ilemnnd HIGlfKITES TO ASSIST MARCONI WILLIAM A EDDY SUBMITS BADENPOWELLS SYSTEM With the Increase in Height to 3000 Feet Messages MayrBe Sent 1000 Miles He Thinks TOUR lice A EiMy who Ima Just arrived lu Hnvoiino N i fioin NoauK Conn lina vfrluwi lo Mr Mnrconl InclMlnK UlaffraiiM of nil liiiiiioviiil taiidein Itlto syatoni for rciiiilntf 11 neutiu ot 1KX fecit wltli XJInjor lliulf ii1owoll Siitem of Ullea Ihls will enalilo Mnrconl 10 semi niMsntes at leant 3000 inllcn because every Increase In holpjit ar cnoimoiisly liieroasiil tho ninio of tdUtfiniiui Hhontil tlic reeelvlnH TOSSD inllfs out nt Ken send up n Wire lly inflniiH of a Itlte to n helalit of 11000 font llr Kilily thinks tlie JOUO nillilimit will lift nioiO than doubled DKNISON riine of JoTtpnor M Sliaw ngnliwt lolin McOrfRor In chief maffli trato in Inlitnctloit to nKiraln Me Iroyor from innlihiir mlnlti flifllomiiilH w ilralntf on itio lu THEY SEEM TO HAVE IT THERE WOBSE THAW DES MOINES Interurban Lines From Iowa City Davenport and Northeast Will All Center in That City CEDAIl KAPJUS WLL is being fireely preiHuloO Ihnt Ceilnr Hairttls will lyltliiu the next live years become tuts great center ofllio most iiuporitint urbaii systtin In lowtt Tlio conHtruction of tlje Ceiliu Iliiplds lowit City und or DowsSmitli electric liny will bu eommeuccd us early iu the spring as the conditions of the wciitu oiwlir Tlie articlesof oC the eora pabj liulicahi Ibtit it IK intention o bullet Iowa Citybutso fur no surveys luivc1 Iowa City hat beaai iu Hopesthat tlic riroiidsed line fiom DiiVenport to wunlil le via thnt city but the Pressof ycatcpduyKlvcd the followliiff Ju tonnallon For tlic present at we projiose tn runotirliiui to Tip ton and from there lu CetlniUapkls aswo feel Llmt will lulu us through abetter countrywith more towns thiiii if we went toCedar ltapila by the way of Jown CilT Another local company is tiKiivhig on rlcitiic mad to Out liortlimsteni part of tlieitinutv via Reverpurlr iiud Marlou REFORM GIRLS TO PLAYiAT FAIR THE NAME APBlilEDTO THEM IB HOWEVEB Hon John Cownie Secures an En gagement for Mitchellville Or chestra Next Year Jolui Cownlcof tlic stnteboard of con trol Ms socured tin for tho orchestra of the in dustrUil scuoM at1 iutfihcllville for tlic statefall1 next year Tlie orchestra will furnish music throughout tliu wfiok at tlie fair U receives onlythe expenses iiicuircd but gives the1 raemljerd an outlug Tlie 3oiuig Indies are practlciuff two or tinno Ionrs every diiy iiiultiuakliit frcnt progress Tliev play classical music in the most part JIM ivlll lie ivmOinbeml by tlielr eitgnse men t at HieMidland ClifHitminna AHSCIII glrlc are often referred toas Re form school Rirls but this Is a nilsnomer and the authorities desire that the public kurn tn cull the Institution by its correct uiimi Industrial School for Girls ASKS CONGRESS TO GET TAYLOR ROBINSON OF INDIANA INTRO DUCED ExGovernor of Kentucky Sojourning in His Stnte nnd He Is Anxious to Have Him Sent Back WASHINGTON Dcf Itoblnsoii Iniij two mras nriis tosetlini tho cxtrnillllon of iuylor of Keiitncly from Iiullann wlifro he Is said to IKsojoniiihic to Ken tucky whereho la wnnteil In connoclloi with the Jocliel triiilv One of tlie meas ures is for an InvesllKiilidn wluther tho oveinor of iiny suite Is Justified hi refus lo iocininlye extiailllliniriiiliers from Illy ijoviinor of Inolhiisliltf Jlie other niiiis nre provides that In ruse a Kovernoinfiisbs to recognize oxtindllion papers they may lie executed by a Unlleil Slides niarsliiil THEWEATHER Tovecast for Iowa Pair Satur day preceded by light snow in east portion this afternoon nnd possibly tonight colder tonight with cold wave in east and south portions tinned cold Saturday brisk to high northwestwinds Des Molnas and vicinity Fair tonight and Saturday colder with coldwave tonight continued cold Saturday Minimum temperature tonight will be about ten degrees be low Kero MORGAN AIDS AN OLD FRIEND MILLION1 AHD A HALF DOLLARS PTJT AT HIS DISPOSAL s Not Only DidHe Prove ship But He Saved the t cial World Some Trouble XUWlOAK Dec a uum of ilirteloh iiud prompt action It took J Pier pouL Alorgmi only hours to gfit to gether of ready wish when knew it was needisd by nil old1 friendwho without It would be broughtface to face with business iuin Kot only did Mr Mor Kan proviihe was a friend indeed but his course probablysaved the financial world Trom serious This concern Is one which is largely In the pro motion of Indiistriiir enterprises and Is worldThe heniVof tho linn bus loiuj beou iiitlinate with Mr Mor gun In the moneyednter many rumors concerningthis mailwere heard on dayIt Mfls said he had riot realized oni large transaction as as he had ax pected aiul that lie been caught short of reiidy cash these rumors came an fctHnL iritliii and u fiilllilg ofC in prices x MISS 6 Daughter of the Secretary of State and Mr Whitney Will Hava 600 People Present WASHINGTON Uec marrlngti ofMiss Helen Hay dnujjhter ol the secre tary of state and Air Jayue Whitney of New York will occur Thnrsilnv February i at till Cliiuch of theCovenant In this clly Ilev Tcmils S llamlln tlie imstov of the elinreh will olllciatensslsteil by two vlslllni olcrjymeii AUuilt UOO wllt be Issued 7 MICHIGAN GHBL BECOMES BEIDE OF YOUNG CECIL Young Couple Wedfled on Canadian Soil on Account of the Senti ment the Thing SAUIT STB 3IA11IE Mich Dec M Ceell Do Lacy Mllner a cousin Sir AI frcd Mllner governor of Cape Colony South Africa and Mrs MnuM VanecmmV of tills were married InKt night ac tlin Ciinmllnn Soo by JMV Edward Clatlp The InidCKronm Is n Haleutcd youns Jngv ilKlimui of L wlio caineto America two years usoandhas ueen employed In I no1 mechanical department of tlm alo hupit rlor Water Tower company Hi Is n gmil niiic of Minton Tho mar riafit was performed on ISritish territory liSisc of sentiment Mr Mllner Is heir toan estate of SiiOOO a year In KiiBland wlilih will be his on the death of an ased rolallve He savs hudoes mil rnre pnrtlc ularly what Ills relatives UiinU of his mar rlajje lie met his wife who is a charm luff vounp lauy well educated anil accom pllshod about a year atfo FIVE YEARS FOR WOMAN ROBBER 1ATJBA BBXLION SENTENCED TQ LBAVENWOBTH PRISON Detectives Engaged ou tlio Train Hobbeiy Case Awarded Each for Tholr WorS ST LOUIS Dec Bullion tho female companion of Ben Kllpntricli tlie Monlnnu train iotiber suspect who was vcstiiiliir eonvlctvd of Having in tis pos session annul mitlonnl bunlt notes was to daysentenced by United States District IndRC Ailnms to live years luiprlsoument in the fcdenil prison at 1cavenworlbKau KltpstHck vestiiday received 1 sentence of llfleen vears imprisonment ftt Jefferson II V Rlllott ieliresentlni the Great Northern railway called nttlis Ioiir courls aniiininced llmt onethird of tlic oilVivd InIlls company would he awarded ilie six detectives who arrested Kilpatrlck one ol tlie alleged Gvent Sortliern train robbers Twenty per cent of Ihls will 20 lo the Police Uellef association This will leave a reward of for Detectives Al Culotu JohnMcCrath Jnmes Burke leorvc W 1 Brady and John Shcvlin BLANCHE LAMONT WITNESS IS DEAD ADOIPH OPPENHEIMER MYS TERIOUSIiY SHOT TODAY One 61 the Principal Accusers Dur rant Bobbed and Killed In His Shooting Gallery SAXIllAXCISCO lW I Ailolph Op ncuhglliicr wlio wan one ol Hie wltiipsses Tlieoilyvv Umiuit for tlio mitrdel of Illiffielic Uniont yns iiymcrloinly nhot nml i nil led curly tbln morning n il nhootliiK callwv Mi ph ho lulilconducloil onDnpont ilitnt lib wiu nhot fnini hohlml tlio liiillct from ot own Inivet entorlim hi small of his buck nnd 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