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   Dubuque Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - September 19, 1901, Dubuque, Iowa                               VOL. LVil. DUBUQUE, IOWA THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 19, 1901 No IS HEARI Crvo Soon to Close Ovor tho Form of tha Nation's Honored Dond, OF SORROW T in Blnck nnd Ua in Mourning JOB T.HEIK MaiGHBOR'S DEATH 'M.i 1'u- tt.O Komi lic.iiiTlioy f.ovccl.nna rril-i .An; Ol-iiji- scenes nl tin- Court t-.con tiiilny. f. ,-i li.-inii i'V Ihv iw-iit.v I'mir hours ,1 v.-iil Kivi' !.....n around ii, I.'.sii.r of tl.i' lat'' pri'.-l- _.. I Ii.I- 'I Mait'i. .11 in-, .I Ihi- I'at- ;-.n.i. Ill'1 W Illliuii. liu-l today thl-; i' ti.c i. and v.-i.i> hiid known i. yc.-ti'i'day rei-clviM im.iy into Jlii-lr arms. tin.1 illuxtrlous ea- fr.'.r'i'f In the of fi-.-st frSi'tid. who had J.TOWU with tin- passim; of tin- He i.ad them two weeks tin' full till- tinilihi'od, and lui'l U'lHU-lit him back dead. The irtir.- oC the little city, and fri'ln all ovi-r Uh'.o. the full v( tin- National Guard of the roxttm'uts. tUrvi- batteries ot Hrtllli-ry. i-ii i- "f I'liU'lnt'iTS iii..-n !a all: the jrovrrnor. llfu- iwvt'riior and a juitli'i- of the i-wi'Vt. the three bi iiKl.'1-" of the state .viT'.' at station to receive the re- Nu Crr.l'w oil tlin .WcKtaloy Tin1 -.iiivn was iu deep black, c-ily In all tbi, sorrow- at It may seem, n i'f tu'jurtiliiv: drapery. McKinley home .Vi.i-Uj Mui'i.'.'t strct't, Xi whleh no nii'li In the t'OUH- in the days tint There WIH nut even a I-IAV of upon the dour when the v.-iilijv.' was ciirrled by AbniT and Klxoy It f'.ty tin1 'ItirkiMii'd linine from which tii- her. had llown forever. tli.- lilu-hlni; pi.nt at the curb In fr, i c' had been in Murk by tlie in or- that It. conform to th" Ken- c{ iiuMiniiiu" decoration ii.ul adnpted. ThnC Htrpinnpit 1 (is ihi.' procession whli.'h I-.T..' tli" body t" th" I'oiirt house. wliiT'j i: l.iy in Ktiitf yvsl'-rtlay aflcr- It could nut i-iimpiire with the sinhivi-i uf tin- iinulilii line of pi'iipli- who streamed the iliinly-Hahted cor- ri'l-.i>   tin- eoilin, and to lay Ids tiny llag on glass ffront. Then he turned Intel: with the crowd, hug- ging the now ling tightly be- neath his coat. At one time a group of school girls approached the casket. There were six of them, and they came three r.breast. one In '.he forward row leaned for a look and giAitly ills- i ngngcd from the bosom of her dress a lii-arlet geranium and laid it gently on the top of the wreaths that were rest- ed The others followed her ex- ampii'. and although the sentries bad onli.Ts to permit nobody to place any- thing upon tin? c'ollln or to touch the I'.oi'iil ufi'crliiKs that were already (hero, the little tributes of the glrla were al- lowed to remain. About people ai.iw the remains during the afternoon. At oYluck the doors were closed to the public and preparations mado for removing the body to the McKln- ley residence on North Market strcor. seven squares from the court house. Vanton i.'ommanilery of the A. Ii. acted as soli; oscort. Arrived nt the house the csi.'ort formed Iu lino In tho street. piVMontlt'.'.: nrms while the eoilin boriio into the house. It was placed In th'.' front parlor, where it will remain until It Is removed to the church this aftcruoou. Guards were posted around the house. Ittlt.'j. M'KINLKY'S CQNDIHOX a shor; service at the re- v.-.VIIIK vault. ccmeti-ry, con- prayi-r. and a K't-ipturul read- 'iv J'" and ot' MliiiH-apolls. A si'- iroin uouiuiuiiilery 1. Kulsht Tviuplai-ij. AT THE cotiuxiioL'SK. Ilrotislit to Look on the of thuDoml I'railtlrnt. I'unoral "'KU'liiK tin.- remains of the- lute .'to-.uii-at rvaclud liere yesterday nt iimi u mlnuto.s I on Its way to tin- court tbrouKli a multitude of of :l tov-'u of 'hose who followed the y'-''x' Admiral V- Miles, Nanh i .niiniriHU of other distinguished ii. or, iin-ival tin- court hou.su ''''IH'sited In tho plaei tor it. distinguished peo fc- to the hoiiie.-i of tholr to me iiu- tlv f Readily forward to line At "'it-1 mo- Wi h .iui bullt "lul withered, or McKlnley, Wlnrii n tO Ho followed by a man Wii M. KlMl-v t0 wiu? of personal rolatlonsi i .'IV1" thcre co111 il-pn up thulr chll them over tho i tun iwkcx.1 cWJ- Nut Atteiul tliu I'uniirrtl, but lUnia Uulnlly nt lluinu. President Uoosi-velt and his naval aide. Captain l.'owlfs; Secretary Hoot and Assistant Secretary Hill, arc a.t tlio spacious ri'sldonee of Mrs. Oeorgo D. on Market stroot. A com- pany of the Ohtcj.jnlUtla, xunrils.tli honse. During the afternoon tin- prr-s- Ident over to the McKinley residence to luiiuire after Mrs. Me Kitili.'.v. He was Informed that she hud stood the trip from Washington bravely, but In of the phy- sician It would not be advisable for her to attempt to attend tlio services at tin- church today. She will, there fore, rorr.aln quietly at her home with Illxi-y. Tin- othi't1 cnbliu'l otliccru nnd the and admirals composing Ihe of honor arc all at prlvati- deuces. I'rt'slilent Koosovelt and tho olllclal party will .start on tin? re- turn Journey Washington at 7 p. m. today. Si-crctfiry i.'ortel.vou will re turn to Washington with the- president to jcathi.'i1 up tho lati- prnsltloiit'ti per iiotial cffcfts, and will later return to '.'an ton to n ill Mr.-1. McKlnley to straighten out his private ntl'alrs. 1're.sldent Kooscvclt roiuiilueil cjulctly at tli.- Hnrti-r last I'veiilng. Chloaco Soi-vlcon. ChlctiKo. Sept. mcmoria services ar ('liloaxo In honor of the late I'rculdent McKlnley beiiaii at n. ru toduy. when Nurvleos were hold In al tlio vhurchus and al McVk-lcors' atw. The city Is dnipi.'d with mourn- IIIK mid au the luHlni'S lilK emblems, and on thr; buslnes: Htvtt'W tin- drapery Is profuse. DROWN IN NORTH SEA British Torpedo Boat nnd Nearly Whole Crew Big Boor Victory. Thornton Sept. torpedo boat the C'obru I'oundi.'rcd Ii the North Sea to-day as the result of tin explosion, Shu carried a crew ot llfty-slx and all are reported lost ox- cept ubout a donon. London Sept. Boers captureil two hundred' IJrltluh troops and thret Sims ut Schoopers Is'elc. BLACKUU'itfl _MOT TO MABEY Siiyn Ho Would He Huppy it the Story LexliiRton. Ky.. Sept. Stales Senator J. C. S. Blackburn hat, praetlcally denied bin reported en gjiKemeiit to Mrs. Mary E. the widow of. his kinsman, Judge H It. Blackburn. He handled tho dell subject in u diplomatic maauer OLNEY GETS ANGRY Because He Refuses to Appear at the Demand of Citizens. "The newspapers know much uior  marriage In the Immediate future, am It seems to mejhat I ought to kuovr.' IlltnoU Itullway FlnBnociI. Cleveland. O., Sept. Klgln Aurora and -Southcm Traction com ixiny. which emliraces the Elgin City Ciii'iienu-rsvlltis and Aurora road, thr Aurora and Geneva tho Aurora Yorkvllle and Morris.tillroad. all, o tho city lines Iu Elgin, Ilia., the light Ing plant In Elgin and the city Jim'? lighting plants In Aurora bus beet nitnnced Iu tlil8_cl_ty._______ Km) of an Acolilcnt. Ttlchuioml, 'Sept. "0 old, an employe of tin depot transfer otliue of the Adams Ks press company, dlocl TuesOay a iv suit of a lu'ftvy box falllnif chest Norfolk, Va., Sept. terrillc nurtbvtuter, the forrrimner.of the KI> gulf prerallt thu Carolint ONE OF HIS EMPLOYES' OFPENDS Justice fixes man's Bull JVC Showing the Temper ol'tbo People. Falmouth, Mass., Sept. K to an allUiuvit of a of this >nchaol Conway, a coachman or Hon. Richard Olney, former sei-re- iiry of slntc. In coounentlnic on the hootlni; of President McKlniey, aald: "It Is a good President Mc- was shotrhe should have been llicit lonjj aso." The atlldavlt was made by George (.Jodfri-y In conuectlon with In- lignatiou movpincnt of the clt.Ucens. tarted Immodiatcly after the reuiarU >ecame Unown. Olncv was advised I'iver are -reported to have L-allsfnctioii at 1'rosidcut McKinley's A party has been formed to visit thorn. fur'dov. "N. Kept, (jovernor Vow-heps yr recflvfd a card, pout it. IJiilioken, X. J., which read as fo.llovvK: "You want to keep and keep your dotoctives away from here or you will get what McKinley We arc looking for your kind." The card bore no signa- ture. _i_-._ _ '_ _ After a 'Squlre'i Onlcial Itciul. iHlllirle, O. T.. Sept. o' S'orimin, O. T., are demanding the res- ignation Pollen Judge A. Uver.strcet because lie Is reported to have said rhat ii v.'as a shame, to 'arrest 'Eiiunm (.''iildn-.-in, and tlnH It woulil have beeii bettrr for the poor people if-.McKlnley had bi'i'ii kjllcil long ago. I'urucd to Humbly Stansberry. Mo.. Sept. '19. A mob captured Perry Marsh; who had said that be President McKinley would die. and 'talcing him to the city purl; threatened to lynch, him. admitted. .that .he had liiaiie the re- mark. but apologized humbly. 1UCHA.UI.) OIA'KY. oC the matter, and it was reported that :he mini had 'been discharged. Not being able to verify a report of such action, 100 citizens, reprpsiHitlug about one-third of tho voting population of this village. to give Con- wuy u coat of tar and feathers Tues- day night. No: Conway, tlie men marched to Olney's house to liiul out whether tho coachnuni was still there. Olnoy to Appear. The. former -secretary of state re- fused to appear at their demand. The crowd tiling "Xenver My God to Thee" and and made repeated but fruitless attempts to brliitf a re- sponse-from Olney. length the cit- izens started for the town hall, when they by.electlnn Andrew "SV. an.1 Selcctnia'u Ed- win S. Lawrence, secretary. A resolu- tion was -unanimously adopted s-iiylnjj that "the course .pursued by Hon. Klehiird Olney. at a time na- tion Is in is an insult to American citizenship." After the meotiiij; the citizens prepared an ef- figy of Conway, which they hung on a telegraph pole. Crtrs nt Oniiton.. Onnton, O.. Sept. excitement was caused in tin; public square yesterday while the people were assembed there to view the re- mains. Some one accused an Italian, who afterward .cave his name as Cnr- mlne Devlatro, of saying he would kill President Roosevelt. Tho man. who could hardly spenk n word of ISnstllsli, became frightened and an- pwercd yos and no at random to tho iiuo.st.ions wi-ro volleyed at him. Invariably giving the wrong answer, nnd In. a moment a crowd had Burroundod him and the cry of "lynch him" wuii raised. .Major ManjulH. with a eompauy of Ohio militia. Conned a hollow square and rescued the man, who was tfiken to tho police Jieadcjuarter.s for his own protection. The police ilo'riot Ix-lleve the man eon- templnted harm. I'Wl-'.NTY THOUSAND DOT.I.AUS BA1I. pMiuiiiideil CliInnKo for'thu Liberation ofKmmu Qolilmmi. Chicago, Sept. Prln- ilivllle yostordny decided to allow Kmnui Ctoldman, the nnarehlut. her freedom until thft erase comes up for hearing, tinder-bonds of faO.OOO. Her attorneys said they secured 000, and Immediately left the court room to seclc the additional money necessary. Meanwhile Miss Goldman was lull back to the woman's annex nt the .Harrison street station.' She was visibly disappointed.at the amount of the bond required. "I guess they thought they would make the-.bond so 1 couldn't furnish she said, I have friends the police kuow nothing about." When told that hall had'been allowed Miss Goldman Chief of Police O'Neill said: "I'm sorry to hear It. We -will need all our tomorrow to guard the line of-mnreli of tho parade, and wow I suppose we'll have to spare enough men to SOH tha crowd doesn't get excited and try to reek vengeauee on her." Goldman declared that she iioped, on the contrary, to get out, if for no other reason tluiii to xhow the police that she did not need, or care I'or, tholr protection. "I am tired of this talk of protecting she said. "I -want .to walk on Ihe streets nnd show "them that I don't need their HE- slst.iuco." Actad With Promptneu. York, Magistrate Coraell was leaving tlje-Essex Market police court yesterday he was accosted by 'n- man spolco sucerlngly of n mourning band which the nuiglptrate wore on his left sleeve in memory of President Mcrtlfdey. The magistrate nt once arrested the mau and took him back, to the court, where lie was William -Da-vla, u shoemaker, of Troy, N. Y, Magistrate Cornell sen fenced him to BlackweU'a Inland for two "mouths. ________ Two Marlctd for Marshfleld, Ore., Sept. Peterson, n foreigner who lie Is n Norwegian, was run out of Marsh- rteld yesterday on Account of uttcr- BDCCB derogatory to the late President McKlnley, Two men living on COOP MEN fiNGRY OHOANIZED T.ABOR TAILS IN THE STEEL STRIKE JUST ENDED. IT MEANS A LOSS IN WAGES A Division Among: Members oE Union null Other Troubles Will Follow. Sept. The American Tin Plate Workers will contlaue the steel strike, which President Shaffer last Saturday ajjreetl.to call off. Over KUi) strikers in the Star. Monongahela. Demmler and Newcastle tin mills met In KauffakVs Hall, Carson street, to- day to hoar the report of the com- mittee appointed yesterday to confer with District Manager J. R. Phillips of the American Tin Plate Company terms under which they vere supposed to go' to .work. The committee caused' consternation by reporting that Manager Phillips said the strikers could only come back by signing contracts with tlie com- pany, in which' they agree to work inder what is know'if as the Monessen system. The machinery In the Mones- jen plant Is more modern than in others. It does .away with consider- tble labor, and IflO men can do ;U5 nuch work us. ICO men in other mills. To introduce the' system in the Star, Newcastle and Demmler it is means that the lien there will "have" to, .do 00 per ceni. nore work .than formerly, but. will' not any more money. Some 'of the strikers said the adop- tion of the, system 'in the other mills s equivalent to a reduction of from 30 to CO per cent, in wages. After the jommlttee had explained Its report tho strikers voted to continue on strike. Another meeting -will be held.tomor- to formally secede from the. Amal- gamated Association.-, The. striker.- are making all kinds of threats against President Shaffer and the old oiliccrf the union are calling off the strike They say the ending- of the strike was not a settlement, biit a complete surrender to the trust. Over additional men. went to work to-day Some of the McKeesport strikers, are still holding out. The steel works, owned the National Tube company, stance in full. The employes of. that mil wore members of ShaJIcr lodge of the Amalgamated Association. They loix the charter rfom the wall In theii meeting hall and .sent It to President Shaffer with a facetious letter to kecj it as souvenir. Police still patrol the .vicinity of Painter's hoop mills. John Shufter ot Sharon was arrested there for tlrint, a revolver at some workers. Th Journal, out to-day heads Its leading editorial about tin settlement, "A Sore Disappointment.' ft does not give the terms of settle- ment. Duke- George and Duchess May Start for a Trip to the Pacific. WAEMLY WELCOMED AT MONTREAL TRUST IN ENGLAND V Consolidated. -Tobacco Trust Pro- poiei to Enter Europe for Trade, Liverpool, directors o OgilenH, limited, manufacturers of to bacco and cigarettes, have. decided ti sell their concern to the 'American To bacco Company. The capital of Og- dens, limited, Is New York, Sept. that th Consolidated Tobacco Company, whicl recently acquired the common stock o the American arid Continental Tobacc companies, had invaded Great Britain reached Wall street. Cable dispatche from Liverpool reported a deal in pro gress for the purchase by the Consoli dated of the Ogdens Cigarette Com pany, which has a afl 1-4'premiXim on the market prlc of the preference' and 2 the or dlnary stock. Third, Vice President Patterson o the American. Tobacco 'Company prac tlcally confirmed the report' that ne EOtlations were on for-the .purchase o the Oldens company. Two ofllcers o the Consolldixted -who .have bee abroad for some time have been man aging the negotiations, which are tin derstood to be-only a step in an en deavor to secure control of tho.tobacc business in Great Britain. The Con solldated company has-.also acquire larpe tobacco interests In Australia, large plant in Belfast..Ireland and val liable property in India. It is thought proti'ablo that tho com pany will issue bonds for. the scour! ties of all companies which it may ab sorb. In -the 'tobacco trade It is sal that the Consolidated Tobacco' Interest could not get a.'monopoly on the con tinent of Europe for the reason that i several countries; Aus trla and toVi''. govern ment tobacco monopoly. GOES WEST Vhero Kurthcr Distribution of War Medals 'JCukes Celebration. football and last y.our was captain ot the "Humboldt 'Tills-year'he joined the Xoi-thwcsterns and the team met the Social Vans for a same Sun- day. While running with the' ball in the second half younsr Bueckniixn was tackled a'iid thrown and a number of heavy players plkM'on. When the heap was untangled Rueukman lay at the bottom unable to i move, 'and upon investigation It was found Uiat he wus He was removed to thu hospital, but had lost consciousness before arriving there. Further examination'showed that his spiuo was seriously Injured, and the attendant iihyslelans save the opinion tb.'U his death was only a question of a liourM. ll was the first accident that the boy j had sustained on the gridiron. VIRGINIAS MOVE Sept Duke and )uchess of Cornwall and York jour- n-yed from Queboc to'Montreal yes- erdny aud were greeted with another t'fectionatc dcmoustrallon from llu> eople of Canada. Tney rom Queboc at a. m., and the last ound that fell upon-their ears was a -heer from the people banked around he 'Canadian I'aclUi; railwa-y station. Miey liad spent tlie night aboard tlio oval yacht Ophir and came ashore iliortly after a..in.. Tlie sumptuous ipcclal train provided especially for iielr Ions journey to the Pacllir coast vas in and as soon as thc-y vere aboard it went' speeding down lie north shore of St. in the road to Montreal. The royal special was preceded by half an'hour >y another special train whleh carried ,ord Mlnto. governor general: 'Sir L'rid premier, and members of the Dominion cabinet. No XClld to llio. "Wnlconle. Tlie people came for miles to Rive a ;heer or wave a llaj: at the tleoting rain. The welcome at Montreal, which was reached at a p. m.. was an ivation. Thousands of visitors had crowded Into the city to reinforce the e.vidents. and they all seemed to.be missed In the neighborhood of Place Vigor station, and the streets desig- nated for the course ol! the royal cou- ple to the house of Strathcona. which, had been placed at their dis- posal. The party proceeded tirst to a .K-autlfully decorated stand In front of the depot, where, under a banner Inscribed "God Prosper Our United Mayor Prefontalue read an address of welcome. Mora Meclnli for Military Heroni. The duke iu reply referred to his own two previous visits to tho city and that-of his father. King Kdward. In 1SOO, and expressed his thanks for the kindly reception given him. At the conclusion of tho address 140 veterans of this South African war were called into the stand and presented with ser- vice medals. As the duke handed each man his medal he briefly him for his patriotism and valor. The crowds behind the long lines of troops cheered wildly-as the rewarded soldiers tiled from the stand. Some Keitlvltloi Abandoned. At the conclusion ot tlie ceremony at the depot the royal party were es- corted to their carriages and under guard of a strong military detachment were driven to the home of Lord Strathconn. Tlie progress cl the royal pair through tlie thronged iTtreots was a. prolonged ovation. The municipal reception which was planned for last night in honor of tho duke aud duchess was abandoned on account of the death of President McKinley. MI1.LKNNIAI. OK KING AI-FRED Begin n Celebration That Oora linck a Thoilinnd London..Sept. ceremonies proper hi connection with the celebra- tion of the 1.000th anniversary of. the death of King Alfred the (Treat began In Wlnchestiir yesterday with a lecture on the life of the kiug by Frederick Harrison and a reading from Tenny- son's "Bceket" by Sir Henry Irvlug. There was a large attendance of vis Itors from all parts of the T'nlteil Kingdom. Harrison reminded his American hearers that from1 the Dan- ish settlements whleh King Alfred per- mitted had gone the iirst Amerjean settlers. The mayor of Winchester, in the course of ail address, made a sympa- thetic reference: to the late President McKinley. The American delegates, who were prominent ligures in tin ceremonies of the day. -were Lambert Tree: Professor C. K. Bradley, of the University of California; Profexsoi Isaac. X. Dtnunou. of the T'niversity of Michigan: General Rockwell, rep- resenting Yale: Colonel Higginsou. rep- resenting ITarriml: Kdward Mead, rep resenting Boston, and Charles Francis Adams. _______' AN EDITOR IN TROUBLE Consiitlitional Convention Elimi- natcs Freedom-of Speech Cla-acc. Richmond, Va., Sept. Vir- ginia constitutional convention yester- lay decided to eliminate from the Bill of Rights of the state the words "free- dom of speech.11 This a'clion was taken a scene that was dramatic. In tho present bill of rights occur the ivords. "guarantee the liberty oi tin- f.reedom of speech." The to which the instrument and committee was referred for revision recommended tluxt the- words "freedom of-speech" jc eliminated. When, the report came up for discus- sion to-day, A. B. Braxtbn, a leading republican member, moved that words be retained in the bill. The mo- tion drew forth the most earnest op- position, led by Judge Bcrrynmn Green. "Ever since the days of King he exclaimed, "freedom of speech lias been the prerogative of the Engllsh- race, but one of the .strongest evidences of the abuse Is the noble victim now lying dead in tlie nation's capital, surrounded by weeping: lliou- Green made it clear that" lu> did not desire to muzzle any one, but Jie wished to draw the line clearly be- tween freedom and license. "No-other bill of rights embodies such, words, and in view of recent events it behooves us to be careful in what we do." he concluded u vote was taken on the motion to retain the words in the bill of rights, and they were re- jected by an overwhelming majority. TUNS-TON'S LATEST The General Lying in a Manila KeRrcts McKinlcy's Death. Manila, Sept. Funston I- iu the hospital suffering from appendi- citis. He probably will be operated upon. Aguinaldo has written to Civil Gov- ernor Tuft and Military Governos Chaffee saying that he regrets, will: the rest of the American nation, the great loss suffered by the people of ihe United States in the death of Presi- dent McKiniey. 'General, Chaft'ee will recommend that Lieutenant Hazzard, of the Third cav- alry, be awarded a. medal of honor for capturing Arthur Howard, the Ameri- can deserter, under exceedingly brave circumstances. General Hughes has expelled tho agents of Smith and Bell and Warner and Barne.s from the island of Samara, for rendering aid to the insurgents in Manila by buying hemp and other pro- ducts, knowing that tlie money was going to the insurgents. The British consul requested Gen. ChalTee to sus- pend tho order but the general refusi-d to do so, and the consul has gone to Samara for the purpose of personally investigating the matter. _. A BANK ROBBED TOTAL TAX FORSTATE INTERESTING DOCUMENT ON STATE REVENUES ABOUT _: HEADY. MISS CONGER SOON TO WED Safe Crackers Get in Their "Work iu a Small Minnesota Towu. Blooming: Prairie, Minn., Sept. The safe in the bunk' of J. C. Brain- erd Co. was blown open by robberr, last night between and in cash taken. Dynamite was used en tile safe, which was blown to pieces. Xo one can be found who saw the men and there is no clew. Otllcer.s are heie to begin pursuit and all adjoining points have been notitied. Several .small banks in this .state have been robbed recently, and it is presumed the work is done by professionals. IOWA BANK ROBBED Safe iu. Bank at Slicllsburg Blown With Dynamite anil Secured. A Havana Newspaper Man Arrest- ed for Utterances About Roosevelt. Havana, Sept. Spanish pa- pers Diario do la Marina and Union Ks panola yesterday entered a protest against Mayor Gener's decree ordering all places of amusement in Havana to close on Thursday, the day of Presi- dent funeral. The Union accused President Roose- velt of timidity in front of Santiago and sounds a note of warning to the effect that President Hooscvelt, should he adhere too closely to tlie policy of the late president, may suffer a like fate. Scnor Guanajay, the editor of Kl Alacran, has been arrested, ehat'KCd with having published, a treasonable article .against the late President Mc- Klnloy. FOOT BALL VICTIM A Young Man in Chicago Dies From Injuries in the Popular Game. Chicago, Sept. Bueck- inan, who was Injured while playing football Sunday morning at Klmball street and West North avenue, died at the Tabltha.. Norwegian hospital yes- terday. He had lived with his parents, brother and sisters at 887 North Kcdxic avenue. Bueckman, who-is thus the llrst vic- tim of football this season, was 19 years old a graduate of the-Central Park grammar school. -He had been employed in-the portrait establishment of Harvey 4 Lyles. Cedar Rapids, Sept. bank at ten miles north of here, on the B., C. K. X. road, was broken into at an early hour this and the safe was blown open with dynamite and In cash taken. The robber.-; made their-escape on a. hand car, and a posse is scouring the country lor them. --------------O-------------- SIX DIE OK THE KAII !'onr of tbo InrntlQiMl. Brockton, ilass.. Sept. switch convention In not properly set brought a passenger noon. Much express and a heavy freight train to- gether, with the reiiultant deaths of six pasHongwrs on the express train and Injuries to twenty-live others yester- day afternoon on the main line of the New York. Xew Haven aud Hartford railroad at Avon. The express left Boston at. p. m. and it was run- ning forty, miles mi hour at the time of 'the accident. Of. the six persons were, killed but four have been identified'; and these are: Everett Joyce, of Brockton: Gustavus Hay. :Tr.. lawyer, of Boston: Miss if. W. Tonkin, of. Oil City, Pa.; William J. Coughliu. Lowell, real estate dealer, of Boston. The two unidentified bodies are those ot women, one quite elderly and very Inrnre In figure. Tho other unidenti- fied victim was apparently '28. years ot age, with light evidently a Swede. The bodies were taken Immediately to a' freight house near Tjy. where they .vleweil by the mwllcal examiner. Of "the twenty-flve Injured those niost 4 seriously hurt taken, to the Brock- ton toMKJUl on a upecUI train. Scrambling for a Fostoffice at Waukoii. and Other Late News Coiideaied. Iiitereiting Statement. Des Moines, Sept. of the most ntoresting statements of the many thac :ire 10 be included in the biennial port of the state auditor is that show- us the tax collectio'ns durint; the yearj ISM and 1000, as complied from the ports of county auditors, and the audl- lors of special charter cities. The to- la; collodions for 1S39 were while the collections in 1'JOO were 7M.7S9.SU. The collections Include all corporate taxes derived from the gen- eral and special levies. A portion ol! the increase of 1900 the preceding year is due the additional levy Diie-tcnth of a. mill.for the agriculture al college. u ConKcr to ed. t Des Moines. Sept. Lauri Conger, only daughter of Edwin II. Conger, United States minister to Chi- na, will be married Friday night of lijia week to Lieutenant Fred Ii. .Bucban, of. tlie United States army. The cere-- mony will take place at 8 o'clock at the home of .1. S. McConnell, uncle oi -Miss Conjger, at -iSo'-i Lake avenue, Chi- cago. Miss 'Conger was with liar father and mother in the legation during the siege -of I'cl'in. Lieutenant liuohan was with tha _ American forces v which led in the at- i taclc on the city and was one of the lirsi soldiers to enter the ciiy. Tin; acquaintance oC the young people dates from that time. Burglars at Havclock. Havelock, Sept. poslotiice at this place was broken into Sunday, night and thu safe was drilled into, but for some reason the burglars must have been frightened uway, as they, did noi succeed iu opening the sate, and left their tools on the lloor. broke u window to get in. A Golden Auiiivcrsary. Iowa, Sept. tliu Lutheran tocicly of tl'ls ciiy celcliruted the golden an- niversary nt liev. Dr. J. D. Dlciidoer- ivr's t-nii'y inio tiie Pusioc Deindorfer, now ot was or- as minister of the" gospel in Sept. IS.11, by Pastor Moinvl in Ham- burg, Germany. He came to America soon afierward.x. Hu settled in Ciuy- 1011 county m wlicre hi; preached and he has served ills people faithfully, ever since. Public services were held in the Lutheran church here yesterday in honor Ihe' event. are thirty-live ministers here from Iowa, Oh In. Minnesota, Nebraska, Wisconsin and Illinois to lake part in and to celebrate this golden jubilee ainsi- ver.sary. Scrambling '.for tlie M'aukon, Sept. of a stir was occasioned a few days ago by the circulation of petitions asking for the appointment oC Otto Hagen postmaster of Waukon at the explra- ion of Mr. bobbins' term in January text. It then developed that there vere others. Fred Simonseti has in-'- dicated to the powers that he is a candidate and Kditor Bock of the Ke- Miblican, has been induced by friends o his application at the prop-> r lime. As aTT are Scandinavians it ooks like a divided house for Cou- ressman Haugcn to set to order. BECOMING EXPENSIVE. Des Moines, la., Sept. peopla of Iowa are paying about JSOO.OOO vear for pauper relief under the pres- et system. The ligures are alarming.. Statistics have been gathered and will be presented at the next meeting of lie superintendents of state irittitu- ion.s next Tuesday ,showing'that the cost of maintaining the the indigene icople of the stute at public expense s enormous and growing. It is prob- iblo that the state board of control., ivilt include in its report to the ature some recommendations In tard to this matter. Ccnniuc Jfactovy W'avcrly, Sept. canning tory here will close ;t week. They have canned the .cor> rom about 750 acre.'i of 'svveeijj flicy have weighed 1300 loads] about pounds farmers raised the corn, ivlujm i.-ve within a few miles factory, and their pack Is abo'lATii million cans, not finite Their contracts. They wili tmfillo _ o'-ie more car load oC cans close, Saturday. Their groat IM .ibout half full, which mean that they' have -100 tons of ensilage which is-of. very line quality, consisting of .t'lvi only: the cobs are not in U tills year. 'Ihe quality of their pack is bettor than the average. The cool ther since they commenced canning has been very favorable. Names Prohibition Ticket. Dodge, Sept. prohibi- tionists of Webster county held their Fort Dodge this after- enthusiasm was shown. This ticket was nominated: For. represimtative, F. P. Calkins ot Dodge: county treasurer. Wonders of Otho: for sheriff J. W. Jamej Mcrritt of Ca'Ionder: for superintend- ent oC schools, Susie Laughlin of Fort Dodge: for surveyor. M. E. Smith; for coroner, Dr. W. E. Alton ot Fort Dcdge. All have accepted except Mr. Smith. Resolutions were passed 
                            

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