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   Dubuque Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - October 15, 1901, Dubuque, Iowa                               they get it For tubuaiu ana vicinity to-nltfht; cooler YOU LVII. 'DUBUQ.TJE, IOWA TUESDAY -EVENING, OCTOBER 15, 1901 No 97. WAS RIGHT IN THE SWIM Captain Cook, Who Commaridod tho Brooklyn She Was 9chloy's Flagship. RETELLS WHAT ITE SAW AND DID pertinent I'nt by the Court Ttji' mid ,ttiu .I'epuvt- lucnc UusU. Ot'f- Vcstcriluy In Schley fuuvt of Uiiiulry t'oi-ale l.'-mly roncludeil tlie of testliuony for the government. tlie of Admiral Schl-.-y'a wit- nossos win Introduced. Captain Fran- cu A. i.'ook. who comiuaudud Admiral (tli-.-u (.VniiiK'dorci Schley'u llayshlp. Ui" during tbe S-antlaxo cam- and why acti-O. tliongh unolll- vapai.-lty of olilt-f of stall' orders were Riven 'uy Com- luotlore to the fleet, by or otherwise, during the battle of July a number of slgimlu -.verc taade, but 1 only rocollcct n few of till-in. Tho ;lrst .slKiial w.is the formulated signal to close lu, After- ward thorc won- signals made. "The xpoken of vhe or- nor them to lieep utoam up fftr tnovlnu with some of Uu  couuijandor-lu-c'hlet while lylnt' on "How :'nr were tho vessels of the I'.viiij; off ilu> Witt-inn.-? ihc port of Santlaco while; on liloi.-Uadc. by day, and secondly, by uliihiv" "'.L'lii' blockado was closer nnd closer (ill thu The Ih-it nl-ht I should say that It was between live and six mll'jd olf, and about: Beven miles ott at liny. Thvy steamed In n circ-lc troui live to six nilk-ij from tin.- entntiicu and from futir to Uv..- mllus each bide so as to tin.' eiitrjuice." POINTS ir  so. Hi- hud no timn tho Slrst Sv-ldry wa  tn tilt Ilio tii'.1 were wil'a tb'.- i-oiirt took a whai-k a: ti'ui with a of rupld-tiro iiuw- CIOL9 whl'.'li wi-rc aimed lit ILi; filol.-i. the who''.- and nothing but tin- us It Here arc the uio.it of thrm: "What u'.-tir.-nl orilms WIT" issued by Commodore Sehlt-y n-jtuvdltiir the blwkaili; of "I recall that there v.a.v uuy written MI- iltr. I thin I: it V.MS (of course 1 tin the Loop (o Ilonil Off the Kearnil CnllUlnii, Captain Cook told why tin- was I'xceuled, and nald that ho novel- thought of the possibility of n collision with tin; TO.XUH. although la? saw hoc In- put IIHI- off at u distance of ynrds .-it I In- li'ii-it. :ind 10 Jt'iod ill jud'.'liiK 'INlMiu-es. said ho himself aavi- llio ordor for the "loop." Tin- ri-.-iKon for iln> order, Cook .snid. i "Whi'ii I tln> IInet they were hwullm: soutliwi-i-.t. and seemed to comlni: for tho Interval beiwet'U thi- 'I'l-Mi-j nud the KrooUIyit. Finally, when we jrettlnir fairly close, suy biv tweon to I'.tiOo yards, it seemed tu iui> clour that they wnnti'il to puss between tin; Texas and the Brooklyn. The 'IV.viiii was well on our starboard hnnd and phc was headed to the north- ward aud westward. The Spanish fli-ot was i.'OtiiiiiK rttralxht for this In- terval. 1 stopped out of the tower on the port side to X'-t a good at this Hwt. to just what they wi-re solng to do as to our relative positions, aud t saw lin.-y evidently put In-lmn hard njKTt nnd wore turning to the west- ward." thiin well around on h-.-r and clio enptiiln ordered tlii- holm put hard had been put half way to port, at tho of tin1 this sent the Brook- lyn iirunud very rapidly until she was parallel with ihc- Cool; ilii'ii loM tiio stnry of tlie   any oXm-c cjado by twatn.of llud aiso. reached the same thu smndron to tltnl a lanUluj; lu-ph-lnn to iiuesllou.-J con- prior to the- ur- Ult. blockade of-S-antinuo Cap- I of Miu-btehuitdt that ji'lu ,-tKjk timt Commodore 1 know of." Sch'.ev'P oonstant kk-a was that the ves- "Old any conversation tnko pw-'O should bo kept well supplied with coal "and kept moving cons'.iiutly, u-J his theory was tli.it the Spanish fleet would fo'mo out of the harbor. vole In ihf I'oinniH'.ei1 01: the whole was reported (o the lionuo of dopuiii-s which will voto on the matter. OeoUlou .MHV lie livreried. The result, however, may not ho tht same, for in the house I'm- ly deloKiiVhms is reiiuiii-i! IN oarry a meiisurc, tho divided delegations vli-Ui .illy ('ountlnii; the nays. Ni- time was spr for a until voto by tlu house, but it will presumably lie takon today. I'revloiiK to this action in com mlttee of the whole tho house of depu- ties adopted the resolutions presentei! by Dr. McKIni, of provid Intf for a staudlrij: jolut of both liouses to consider tho'relatl of labor add cnpltal. It Is to consist of three throe presbyters and tht-po laymen, and shall report its pro- ceedings to oatrh general convention. DnputliM Vote tin ISlnliopa. The afternoon sosdloii of the housi of deputies held behind clo.-jcc1 doors, and was' devoted entirely to a consideration and voting on the Uvi nominations for missionary bUhop.- iianded down from tlie house of bish ofis. The olcc-llon resulted in the obolco of the Kov.' ,7arne Addlson Injrle. district of Hanktiw Rev. Charles H. Hrent. district of tlu Philippines': Kov. l-'redork-k Will Kcator, dlslrlct of Olynuil.-i: Uov. Will lam Cnhell Hi-own, district of PorU Hlco. Tht1 only nominiuUtn was that of Kov. Charles CamplSel Pierce, to be missionary bishop o North Dakota. Tho housi! of bishops created tin missionary district of Honolulu, to taki cfttii'.t April i. 1902. Consont was fjiv on, the house of deputies concurring for the .election of a missionary lilaho1 for this district durlupr the, iutervnl Ije-. tweeu i aesslou a the. next. Ken- t-nil. A letter was sent to the synod .-of Mexico stafinii tlio Mr.ms width wiMi before'bishops for tliut couriii-y can be appointed. __ OTIIEll IS- COUNCIL I.iithvran. Denies ttn KpincopiiL Statement CnnurftRCitionnl Lima. O., Oct. -biennial ses- sion of the Evangelical Lutheran church of North America, wns honored yesterday by a visit from Klshop Van -Schcele. special emissary from the Lu- theran church of Sweden, ami repre- sentative from King Oscar II. The statement Hint. UOO.OOO Scandinavians In the northwest are look.ni: toward thp Protestant Episcopal fo.lowshlp, incdi1 recently In San Francisco, was em- phatically deniod by Kov. Dr. Panseen. the president of the council. Portland. Me.. Oct. Congre- gational council yesterday sent two let- ters. One was to Mrs. McKlnley and the other to Theodore Koosevelt. That to Mrs. McKlnloy was a eulogy.of tho hose On i'ui.- eul'Irei. cut off. TLife loss to the .hotel small. ____ THIRTEEN MINERS BURNED May Thu .1.5. By arj li'.iue' 'hei'e. yesterday thirteen wove burned, live >robably Jlavally: 'The accident was caused iy a miner lon'dlng a hole with too much powder, .TiUigUig the dust Irom the electric machlnea to. Ignlf'e ind explode. following tire probably fa-tally Inn-nod: Wllll.'in'i H.-' Ht'.noy, I'eter SplUpv. Chester Gross ind Frank :had tho Ucsh turned to thiir. -it was hanging In shreds from rheir faces nud bauds aud exposed parts of tho body. ANOTHER LETTEH GOULDFIND That Anybody Down at Tampa, Fla., Has Been Violating Uncle Sam's Laws. GOVESMENT OPPIOIAL INQUIEE3 But Discovers Nobody Has Been KUlimplriR-Anybody or Doing AH. Woman Hid Away and Will be Held or-KlUed Unless Runtom Is Paid. Sofia, Oct. purerxtM of Mu- dnvne TsllUa, tlie BulKarl'an teuohor M'ho was cuptured 'brigands with Miss Stonu-, i-dCt-lve'd another lector from tho bun Jits-urging'.thu slop al- ivady lu.kon, namely, stopping tho military pursuit, 'because' the brlg- unils threaten the prisoners with im- mediate death in ihe event; of any danger to .Thu. writer she and'Misa Stone-.nre. hidden in subterranean retreat .and are treat- ed courteously. She says the only mtans to secure tholr release 'is to pay the ransom demanded. A BIG POTATO DEAL State Board of Coiitvol Ptiroltaacs Bushels of tho Staple for State Institutions. Des Moines, Oct. board of control yesterday awardeu u uontraut I'oi stipplj'inK 17.500 bushels oC pota- totts to the state institutions to TJ. Starks, of Chicago, a commission mer- chant ni that The prices paid raiiKe Trom BS to 70 cents per the variance depending on freights. Tampa, Fin., Oct. States Uistrict Attorney .1. N. Stripling, ivho has been here several days investigat- ing the labor troubles, especially the re- cent deportation of Resistoncla strike leaders, with a view to adjusting the differences, made Ills report to the at- torney general at Washington yester- day. He describes lu detail the trou- ble between the striking cigaruiakers aud the manufacturers, and declares "the gravity of the situation can scarcely be overestimated." The re- port roiuls: my arrival at Tampa. I mot a committee and request- ed their co-oporation in ferreting out jiuy violations of the laws of. the TIni.t- States. It was generally admitted that a number of the most prominent agitators of the strike had been com- pelled to leave Tampa. v Could Not Obtain Any Kvlittnce. "It was also represented to me that strikers had compelled a number of their meonbcrs to leave on account of the Influence they were wielding In of the cessation of the strike; but 1 was unable to obtain any evi- dence to Identify the Individuals -who committed These acts of lawlessness. I conferred freely with members of the board of trade, with representative citizens, nnd -with the executive com mUtee of the Reslstencla union, -which Is conducting tho strike, Imt was uii- able 'to obtan evidence of violation of the laws of the United States." Crlticlun for tlio Strlko Leaden. The district attorney then deals with the differents between the employers tlii-bw a punt'n'i 'of i.ve'VTater 'on Triestz, 4 years old, 1193 Claremoin: avenue. The water struck the child full In tho face, knocliinp Ler to tht; ground and so severely burning her that may lose the siffht of one eye. Wom.il Should In Pottsvllle. Pn., Oct. board of health of Pottsvllle has ordered all womeu to woar short .dresses. This ac- tion Is -based on the {round that tho long dresses which sweep pave- ment gather up all the disease germs In the street and are thus carried Into the homes of tho wouren.___ In Ireland. London. Oct. O'Dounell (Nationalist) attempted to address his constituents yesterday at Kllmalue. county of Mayo, the scene of evictions. He was dragged olH tho platform live times by the police, am: Jinally. after u tierce stmggle, was taken to the CHILD LABOR LAW State Labor Commissioner L earns of the Great Need of Sucli a Law in Iowa. Des Molnes. Oct. State Labor Commisionei- Wennersirom Is in receipt of u letter from a ot! Musuatine whose name he withholds who com- plains bitterly of the failure oC Iowa to have a child labor law upon her statute books. This citizen says that ho lindu through reports which teachers have made to him that there are many cil- rlren in Muscatlne from S to 12 yoars of age %vho are employed in the o" that' city. .Ho considers this a de plorable condition und states that intends to make an effort to .secur child labor legislation through the sen- SHOT.-INTO THE DEED OF A BKTITE COMES WEAK ENDING THE 1IFE OF. A PASSENGER. WANT INCREASED TRAIN SERVICf" A Bead Man Is Identified at terloo Otter Condensed lotra- Sniokinp; Pipe Caused Deatli'. 3 Kutiiven. Oct. J. C. Mueller 'waC. burned to doatli on the road this city and Ai-yslilre. Ho wujs smote-, ing- a. iJipe and suddenly bet-urne .stcfcj and sat down beside the roaJ. A sparky from the pipe iRnlted his clothing1 he was so badly burned 'that he a few hours actor he was! found bjn pussc-r.sljy. Tie was 53 years ot" age well known In Palo AKo county. Blood PoisoniiiK Hudson. Oct. 15. An epidemic blood poisoning; seems to be prcvallUnei. In this vicinity. The physicians can-? not iicooinu for the oxistinir conditiona-i Those :nv from bloody poisuninK :il ;ire AV. J. Smithy George Popp. Xalo Casslclay and GoorffO Mnataln. t-iiot; into Coacli. Iowa, Oct. !3. A shot wo4 fi'.xd a Nortluvivsierti pasaen-V coach aUaciie'l to the soullilwjund train on the Kayle Grove .division.. Tlu- was this from the- north when ulioc Ilrc-d. The bullet passed through onoi, tlu; coach windows, jusc missing a lady passi-nw. It shuttered the" ntor which will represont that district' tlK. fi-sKtu.-ntK all overt in the cornlnu losislature. In wnich the lady wiw -----O- tinjT. Two Des Moinps boys wai-a, sitting in the next seat and had nar- row escapes. Tho train was stopped 1 and half ;xn hour spent In search otj thu miscreants who it red t'ao shot, no trace of him could be found. It' Is not known whether the shot was (Ired at tho train purposely whether some hunter phot wUhoucV the iioitr approach of theri iraln. The company will the matter further. Waist increased Train Sei-yicc. Molnes, Iowa, Oct. The eoinmission will sot u. date The potatoes will be Wisconsin stock. ana'the men. declarinc; that strikes Jxidirc Klnne ixn'O. John Cownlee of the board of con'trol, Stn_te Ai-ohltoct Llebbe Dr. Jt. N. 'Volilens have aont.- to Cherokee, where they will meet Judgif Robinson, who has been in City for a days. Voldcng Is the now superintendent of the Cherokee hospital. The board will Iccutv stables and other out buildings to be erected and .will inspect the work that has been done thus I'ar. SAYHEWASSfMOCENT you mid Commodore to obtniiiiut: Information from j Cvmmnndcr when the Miir- I'leliviiil tho Brooklyn while the VCSHO! wan rolllu tu "Nolle that I can re- call "What n.MSon did Conimodoro .Scliloy Klv.' ymi fur ln'llt-1' thai Cervura's kitii.ulri.il In "Uotll mi'' (.''iiiMiiiindvi'-tn-i'licf Win till' >jliit. On Sntiirdny nljclil he ijr to v.-li.-.t s1 the 1 ii'-vor luivi; tlmt V.T.S. Certainly Honiet'ilni: of tho oirourrotl. and lu.- s-nl'l It n-i if thi'-r wore havliv.: .tome I'.lnd of jnbllrp. Wliou we nrrlvert tit CI-.'.-iftH'sos tlicro v.'i'ro tilt- oltrnnl tiiat us nil, HP thoutclit th-y to do with tht; Spanish comiiiK or belnx there. ssain, tiie nrrlrnl of Un.- hor stranirp action. I nt time thoy tliort'. nnd I tliomrlic tills wns a ruse to some to them, That Is all I oRii'i.T.i had roport- I '.Ire u sulme "What ovdi-rH were Klven by Com- to the of tho fly- to'-' for thulr guidance In rln I'vriit of Coi-vera'9 squadron ari'lvlns fao harbor Of ClenAiestOK. In the of Cervera'n being siihfd n r MIMI. nnd In tho nvent of its out of tlie harbor of HnntlnxoV" 'I knoiv of no wrltton order that tho case. but.In consultation tho commanding ofllcertf It wns r.uOijrRtood that ut nliflit AvouUl bo In colunrn nnd ready. At t'lo day tltno wo had our post That Ue Hhotild attack wher- )io found them, and 1 prMUUiv be S'--'-'i-rricd by clronrastiincea." what dloumcp f rotn tho entrance '.lid tho Hhlps.llc ttotli by day.und by Ji'shtr1 "From four to lulli'C. I jmliro. Closer nt nlftht." "l''o .roii luiov.- why tho far a point twenty or ir.lh'H fvon'i the entrance to of pr.ir the "Be- n.-) 1 understood at tho time, il weather conditions were such that could not coal ott .Santlnso t.ii'jM continue to Oonftlvw bay, but nrrlvnl off Santiago if the con- go that we cwld tho colllor wouW go con On th- Hubjret of tin' signal llpnts Captain Cook wild that nt In the cllsciissliiu that took place ou thf in which 1 think the comiuo- iloiv took part, was pretty clear evi- dence that It was a .slgnul of some kind l.o a.-sist that fthi: Spanish! fleet. isnd that time he In certainly hnd them I know IK; felt doubly sure at ...no that he had thsui there.' Vlually itoOalhi came nlouK. tell- what the .-signals won; for. went mlioro and undod .all tho doubt its to whether Con-era was in ClenftiegoH. No effort had bwn made to And n land- Inr Dln'-o near OlcnfiiejsoB while bch.ey was there. As to tho distance the lay off Hhore theru he said It was or fiovon u'.lles. Lieutenant Commander Fulham tes- tined to the bombardment of thu Co- lon, and added nothing that ucjv to what had before been testified. He of the stadlinetcr that -It needed vi-i-uyliiK for any dlslaiicc beyond vnrds. Bcale testinod to Ihc '.'iiuse'of the vorbnl dlscrepnuclos 'be-' t'wcen the trnnalnted cipher inessnpes ond their originals. A certain w-orJ could not bo found In the code book, iu which CMC in ti-flnrtaOnK cipher lato president and u feeling of sympathy with his widow: that to .President assured him of "our hc-arty in iho dliferont tasks you have to perform, aud of our conlldonco In the Inte.c- rlcy of your purpose, Iu tho loftiness of'your Hints und in your ability, un- der tho Kuldiiuco of God. to 'moot suc- cessfully tlie high demands of your groat otllce. AW Invoke God's i-holc cst blesslnKS upon you. and we promise to do our bfi.st to hold up your hands." St. Louis, Mo.. Oct. 1ft. The second congress of the 1'rlesits' Kucharistlc LKii.crue of the J'nlfiHl States convened lust" night (it St. Francis' Xavicr's church.' with tin utti-ndnnce of "00 dolojintes. Including live bishops. The Kouuvn_ Cathollo. similar meaning as he could Instance "bad weather" for "bolster- cvis wnther." etc. Vunex Schley's nrst -iTltness, testl- ncd that He did .not bdlOTe Cwrern. wna at 'Snntlnxo even HB Into as. 20 Schley hnd.. sent him nsliofo with o totter Oarclt, the'Outan leader. He 'did not 'sec Garcia, but gave the lotter.to Colonel Ccbereco, other Cubnn loader, who conflmfld of Ccn-ora at Santiago pr cave the names of the to the r. orbor. TWO MiSTERIpUSLY SHOT lu IlearC nml tliu Oilier lu tht iiaok of the Klchmond, Vu., Oct. 15. The mys- tery inrround'ins the Instant killing of Superintendent John T. O'Brien at the Illohmoud Locomotive works o'n Satur- day morning 'became lutenslUed yostei1' day when it developed that hardly a minute before ho wns slicrt through the "Manny" Parker, one of his ma- chinists, who was standing about fif- teen feet behind him, was shot In the back of tho head. at his home. It seems ;i miracle tnivt won were not Instead of only one. Parker cannot imagine how it was done or by whom The inquest over O'Brlim. the tcndent, was held yesterday morning resulting In "a verdict that the de- ceased met de'alli from bullet wound indicted toy party or pnrltcs. un known. St Louis, Oct. The thirteenth convention of the Order ot B.ll- w Ty Tblesraphewmet at 11 m. vixtordnv with 1're.sldent M. M. ptiln "n chair. Over 100 delegate- ,___; _ _ tblr- annual sesHion lodire ot ind the annual of NARROW ESCAPE FBOM FIBB Man HU by.Jnn.plne. Olilongo, Oct. man lost Wli ..three persons and a'score or more guests, of the Garden City Shi-r man rescued from uppei flbort" by flronten In a treachirom hotel last man is LevI Whitman, a resident In dlauo, whoae 'body WIHI found after-tlw fire lia'd been court ti the rear of the building. Whitman leaped a third-jtorj In au effort to escape. The -wan filled with of had -retired for nlflit The nir Story of the HauRine of an Inno- cent Mau.ut Blooming ton. 111., Revived. The belief so generally helil.twcitty years ago that atrick Uevlne huiiff for -the murder of varon Goodfellow, -was Innocent has eon strengthened by the statement of homas Donahue, Just arrested hero or burglary and larceny. The pris- ner says he was In company 10 entire night when the crime was otnmlttud. ana that Devlne was not lie one who shot 'the fatal shot. 'ouploit with tho confession of a man unied Harry Williams, a pal of De- Inc's'who died in the prison at Fort ladlson. Iowa, several years ago, that e '.vas the person v.-ho killed Goodfel-  f Gootlfellow was one of the most ;ensatlonal tragedies of central Illinois' ilstory, owing to the- prominence and vealth of the victim.' Ooodfo'llow was near his home by two.hlgh- vnyfrfen. An Immense reward %vas oC- 'ered for the arrest of Ills murderer ind after months of search Dovine was aund hidden in the Catsklll r.Iountains He was brought back, and although the evidence was circumstantial, was con- victed and hanged. He denied guilt and the last word he uttered -wa 'Innocent." Itun n Uiill'ulo Jlninc. Buffalo. N. run on tho Vldelity Trust Goiiipauy, a' state bank- yesterday. Rx- :ra'' paying tcllors were Installed and theJr windows wore open until -1 p. m. Prominent bankei'Kand business men say that the junior' which caused the run Is groundlesis. The other baukK ire standing by to 'help.' -and several .arge deposits were- made while the run was proceeding. Win. K. l..icoy I'nilnr -firund Rapids, IJS. lain K. former president of the First National-bHuk of XiW. Mich, which was wrecked by tho embezzle mont of Cashier Johnson, .-who was In dieted by the federal grand Jury las week'for-violation' of the natioua banking law, -was yesterday released under biui. lllc BIU Slmrnian'ii Mnnsflold. O'., .Oct.'IS.r-Charlos" W Fritz, auditor ofiUlchland county, ha placed on the S. Kerr and M. -M. Parker.'.as oxecu tors of the estate of the 'jite ?enato John of hack The amount Is'said to cover' bonds on whleb -wo rrturjq---wan' laa'dei': of an OU1 ludlanftpolls. Oct. Clora 'who'bad-been alinotit 'continuously I UK; retail uroewy Imsinesis In this eltj for the last fifty .Sundn. night at.hln home. 902 East street, tftke-plnce this aftHrnodn St 2 o'clocl: IInt.1 Lnpeer. clove to'A'. L. Conant, wh livw near this city, was burned by ai enemy, of that fentlemnn, Conan found 'on-the day.a.bo of "Stog or IV ave been frequently ordered from frivolous and charging that he purpose of Roslstencia union seemed to be not only to control manufacturing circles in Tampa but to ontfol averj- line of business. Tho ollcy of the union was so oppressive, nd had uono to such an oxteut. until nally, when the strike was declared. appears that almost every man not onnected with tho union rose up, de- lartng that tho work of the Reslsten- la had already gone too far." Still There Wmirt Any Proof. The district attorney concludes: "T'n- uiportuiit concessions could be made. n- either side, which, In my opinion, A DEATH SENTENCE Braganzn, Who Ordered Over One Hundred Spanish, Soldiers Killed Mtist JMe Himaolf. Manila, Oct. Braganzu. the rebel officer wlio ordered, 10? Span- ish prisoners of war executed and per- sonally looked after tho execution oC his dastardly order, has boen sentenced j wook for hoavlnp the the gallows. j made by a number of citizens General Miguel Malvar. ARUlnaldo's I injr for a better train service on tha successor, litis gone to the province of i main lino from Marlon tcCy Bulacanu, where he expects to con- Council Bluffs. A i-onimirte-.' of ti-nv-J olinjr men, eonsistimr of O. X. if, II. Smith and YV. F. I-nngnii leauinsr in the for a service. An local tra'.i in both .-'.re.-iions 'jc-f.vociVv Marion and Counoil Po.tiout. Escapes Nurses. Fort Dodce. Iowa. Oct. Baker, a. typhoid patient at the city tlnue his guerilla tactics. RATHER EPENSIVE nii b-HletrJ a'.n Is- Testing Big Battleship Alabama Results iu Disabling a Thirteen Inch Gun. Oct. Severe tests hospital, creau-il a vc-Ujn of terror. by assaulting nurses an-1 do- foatlnp: the combined streiifflli ot foui-r New York. given to the new first-class battleship. the Alabama, which returned to the I bWvIatt-a" costume and was linolly navy yard from her summer cruise, re- j catod a mile uii-t ii. half out of result lii no disadvantage, that suited in the practical disabling of one city. Tho nhysloians fear tlirit e or fear that it would be regarded as vn evidence of weakness. I. however, uccceded In" suggesting a plan which net with tho approval of a number of nlluentlnl citizens; who promise to ake the matter up." NO PAT CEOWE idnliy Wltbilro'vvs Whnt Ho Ofl'ered for Capture. Omaha, Oct. A. 7udnhy has withdrawn his offer of re- vards aggregating for the cap- ure and conviction ot the thujrs who stole his son last .December. The text ii the nonce of withdrawal Is as fol- ows: "To the Public and Whom It May Concern: 1. Kdwurd A. Cudahjv do withdraw my offer of a re- ward of .f -for the first arrest and conviction of one of the kidnapers: for the iirrest and conviction of any two of the kidnapers, and )00 for the- arrest and conviction of hree of the kidnapers implicated in the kidnaping of Ed-ward A. Cuda-hy, Jr.. on or about Dcco-niber IS, 1800, hereby uucondltloaally rovoklag und recalling my said offer of rewurd heretofore made by me in any way whatsoever." PEINCESS WITH A WILL Would Marry Hint Sho and no Itan, A'ieuna, Oct. consent of. Kmperor Francis Joseph having been obtained announcement is made of the betrothal of Archduchess Elizabeth, daughter of the. late Crwn Prince Ru- doli', to Prince Otto Wlndisen-Graetz. His majesty's pormisuiou was ouly se- cured after much persuasion. 'Prince Otto is a nontenant of uhlans. He .belongs to au juicient but poor family, and while the marriage will not be regarded as morganatic the archduchess will certainly.wed heneath her. Their acquaintance was znado nt a court -two ago. It is 'qxilte a lovo match. The tu-chudehess, who has refused to marry but the man of her choice, is beautiful and Is IS years of uge. _____ any evc-nt the expense 10 the govern- titled as those of Wlllia'ii Carter- of. AUjona. He an inmate c' the; j asylum at Independence aad was inour- i ably insane, liut nis quiot demeanor Tenn., Oct. 15. George I save him privileges not enjoyed by thai meiu will closely approach O Memphis Moorman, ad.1ut.iut i-eneral of rho Con- thor patients and this was the -reason federate veterans, has mailed to each he escaped. camp of tha-ti organization a copy oi.' General Gordon's genor.nl order re- questing that each member give to- ward the Jefferson uavis monument fund.________________ YTarXouu 1'roiu'AI'ricn. Cape Town. Oct. passengers are allowed to sail from CY.pe ports without military permits. Four ad- ditional squadrons colonial troops ore enlisting for active service. Botha's columns have -'melted" upon tiudlng themselves In a._tlght place. Cnie of C. lr. VT. Jfoely ot. nl. Havana, Oct. fiscal to the aiidlc'ncla has asked tliut C. I-'. Xeely, Estas G. Kathbone and NV. 1-1. Keeves, tho iticlicteu postotHco otficlals. sentenced to imprisonment for terms rnnglng from twenty-four to tweuty- MISS STONE_YET ALIVE Anrt KfTorti for All iJown Unr.. that can bo gained from -the state department officiate respecting tho case of Miss Stone, the missionary who is held hy Tirigands In Bulgaria. Is that she is 'alive and that efforts are continuing for her release. Constantinople. Oct. Bnlrd nor Haskell. the missionaries, has yet been able to get In touch with the-brigands in order to arrange as to the amount of the ransom for Miss Stone._______________ to .Family. Philadelphia, Oct. E. D. 'Gillesplc, a xreiit-graiiddaughter of Benjamin Franklin, died at her homo here Sunday, aged SO years. Her fa- ther, Willlntn John Duaue, waa secre- tary of the treasury under President .Taclcson, and was summarily removeO by .the, president'for refusal to'comply with his order to remove the public funds from' the Bajik of the United States.. .Detiil of a TToiuan. Chloago. for children, It charead, prompted Mrs. fiOtlCMT. 1200 Chicago rtlen a I'ctltton- Chicago, Oct. A. Samson, a well-known commission merchant at the Union Sto'ok yards, tiled a petition ,n bankruptcy yesterday In which bin debts were placed at S140.0HO. His as- sets amount only to S-renolt Mlneri Don't to Strike. Paris. Ocr. result of die coal minors' referendum ou tho iiut's- tlon of a general strike, is that 40.000 voted In favor' of a general strike and cast their voles against it. About men did not vote. Killad by r> Stray Jttilllot. Richmond. Va., Oct. O'Brien, superintendent of the orec'tln.i shop of the Richmond Locomotive works, wns Instantly killed by a stray bullet Saturday. The man who shot Is not known. Fatal Trolley Accident. Hamilton, O., Oct. Southern Ohio Interurbaii car Jumped the track early yesterday at Eugel's corner, kill Ing Motorma-u L. Guilders, of Trenton, aud severely injuring Conductor H. Parker. Sliot by Younger Brother. Albert Lea, Minn., Oct. hunting August Paulson, cashier of the First National bunk, wns accidentally shot 'by a younger brother. The top of iils head was blown away. Who Were FooUU. Norwalk, O., Oct. made an unsuccessful attempt to rob the Monroeyille National bank Saturday morning. NEWS-PACTSJN OUTLINE Jesse Burkett, left fielder of the St. Louis club, la the leader of the Nation- al League in batting. His average 1> Sir Thomas Lipton has arrived at Chicago. The committee In charge of the ftmfl for the.i-nnsojn of Miss Ellen Ml Stone again'calls for money, yet be ing required. King Leopold, of Belgium, has do cirtfld to visit New llork in the neui future. Anton Stolleiiwork, a business uiav of M-llwaukec, Is missing, and friends, fear he has been foully dealt with. A Set rSx-e to Jail. Cedar Falls. and! MeGlado of Codar Falls camei icar perishing from suffocation In tho Hy jail there yesterday afternoon.; Vbout 3 o'oloeic in tho aft-Ttioon tha wo had boen arrestod for reckless drlv- in the streets of I--.-UK Thuji vere also found.to be intoxicated an'cl vore locked up in the ciiy jail. Shortly: after S o'clock parties pusslnr; tho ire ft by the Jai! noticed smoke com- np from tho building. The alarm ui-tijd In nnd otllcers Iiastonod to the all. After much diinculty lu finding; hoir way through the clouds of smoke, ho oMlcers succeeded in reaching the where the brothers wore cpntined; rescued them. It was found thac: he men had taken t-omo' matches he ooll with tliom nnd had set flro to' l-.o The lire was extlnsulsh- without much Oumagu dona; beyond tho ruining of tho mattress. Missionary Sleetinpr. %Vatorloo. Iowa, olnos branch of tho Woman's Forolscrt Missionary society of the M. E. church. which includes tlie stages of lo.va. -I's- Arkansas .ind I.ouislnna, hi annual meetinjr Sr.turdny when the president. of Dos Moinos. dolivo-.-od tha-'. innual address. Almost throe huridrecf will reRlftrtrert before the> close of the sowlons Wednesday. tho oromlnent persons will take part In tho program are: Prof. F. D. Cnmowell, China, Mrs. E. P. Frits. Dubuquo. Mr.s. M. S. Huston. ISurlington, corresponding secretary. Miss Kate K. Moss. Maryville, Mo, agont ot supplies. Mrs. Oner S. Dow, Garner, Iowa, rotary department of systematic insr- Miss Alice Sf. Evans, India. Miss Lydla Trimble. Hok Chla.nr, China. Miss Fannie A. Perkins, Thandjiung-, Burma. Miss Helen R. Gallowoy, Chung King1. China. Miss Ntetta Henlcle. Calcutta, India Miss Carrlo A. Foster, Burma. AKnes Edmonds, medical misslonv ary to "West China. --------------O--------------. Derenna tne 1X117. Georgetown, Ky., Oct. In the Powers case was completed fore the noon adjournment yesterday when the commonwealth asked fon' time to examine the affidavit on motion of the defense challenging th< entire Jury on account of its bias. Ths affidavit charges thai tb< jury -was packed ana even the JttTJ wheel arranged -to convict him. Can't Hide for 93 Any Chicago, Oct. St. Paul liavo reached, an agreement on ,labaf business, and or more ItaUM ivorUlngmpn who flee southward nually at the approach of cold w-eatherj which they are unable to -win have to pay a fare of from fit to Chicago. Hitherto this boeu done for S3.______' John Got OfTToo L-ondon, Oct. com. nieatlajr editorially upoa the convlo tlon of Joliann Most, the anarchist, ooia i aiders that the sentence la "entirely lot adequate for such A agat t.S tU. 1   

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