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   Evening Tribune, The (Newspaper) - May 28, 1902, Estherville, Iowa                                v E TRIBUNE i vi L MAY PRICE FIVE M vs Phytloian and to I Iowa Phoolan A Offloe over driiff CMU day or nntwered day or hotiri 9 to 12 and 2 to S Telephone Uartlott OONfiULTATIOM rtp Physician And OfHceover First National Reaidence Of First Baptist Office Hours 2 to 4 Ml calls promptly HOUSE PASSES IT IMMIGRATION IS CARRIED AFTER A LIVELY NO MORE BOOZE AT CAPITOL AMENDMENT PASSED PROHIBITING OP INTOXICATING SENATE GOES INTO SPASMS EFFORT MADE TO FIX TIME TO VOTE ON VARIOUS ATTORNEYS Allen Alexander ATTORNEYS by In AbitracU of Tititt a Etthervllle I IOWA SAVINGS CAPITAL STOCK interest Paid on Time fd General Banking Business Transacted IPSflows New engine and modern Come before the The First National CAPITAL WBBB General Banking Business 1 Wheelock UpToDate POOL and BILLIARD Superb Bowling 118 Lincoln For Go to the Corner Mar Oefarlein May house ytsterday passed the Shattuck immi gration The feature of the day was a lively debate on the question of prohibiting the sale of intoxicating liquors at immigrant It was precipitated by an amendment offered by Bowersock of Kansas to pro hibit such which was to Landis of Indiana followed this victory an amendment to prohibit the sale of intoxicanta In the capltol and It prevailed by a still larger to The bill brings to gether Into one act all the scattered legislation heretofore enacted In re gard to immigration of aliens Into the United arranges it in etcv what has become obso lete by reason of subsequent legisla amends some of the administra tive and also adds some pro visions to the general laws and others made necessary by the extension of the territorial limits of the United Among 1he more Important changes are those increasing the head Tax on coming Into the United States by land transportation from to adding to the excluded classes per sons who have been insane within five or persons who ad vocate the overthrow of government by prostitutes and procurers whose importation ia now a but whose entry is not broadening the word contract in the contract labor law to include solicitation or promise providing for fine of steamship companlos which receive at the port of departure aliens afflicted with loathsome or contagious disease Instead for theVr heifer extending the time within which an alien who becomes a public charge may be deported from one to two and providing that immigrants over fifteen years old should be able to read In Just before session closed d special rule was pre sented to make the bill for subsidiary silver a continuing order until disposed A vote will be taken on the rule In the A fruitiers effort was mode just be fore the adjdurnment of the senate yes terday to secure an agreement on a for a vote on the Philippine The discussion Indicated that some day next week eventually would be agreed but no time was During the discussion a proposition was made that a time be fixed on alternate beginning next lor a vote on the Philippine the Nic aragua canal bill and the Cuban proclty and that a final adjourn ment be agreed on for the fourth Tuesday but it was too startling take although spme senators regarded It For several hours yesterday Pat ierson of Colorado discussed the Phil ippine concluding the speech which he began After review Ing and commenting on the general Philippine question he attacked the pending particularly Its provis ions regarding the holding of HANNA 18 Center of Interest at the Ohio Re i publican May feature of tho state convention here yesterday was tho unanimity of sentiment In favor of Senator Ho has been the center of since his arrival from Washington last Sun The conference of leaders with him continued but when it came to the meeting of the delegates ut 2 by congressional districts the sentiment for him was demon ftrated In an unprecedented His friends had claimed eighteen out of thi twentyone and more than realized tholr In terest centered In the selection of state committeemon as the new state cen tralcommittee will have control next year when members of the legislature are elected who will choose the suc cessor to Hanna In the It Is claimed that there wan only one antl Ilanna man selected on the new state and that he has been The drift of sentiment in all the preliminary meetings was most enthusiastic for the and In tho convention the delegates would not rest until he got up and showed him although he insisted that he would not discuss the Issues advance of the keynote opeech of who is to be the permanent presiding officer The ticket will be se lected TAKE f AM DROP TWO HUNDRED PERSONS PRECIPI TATED BY BREAKING OF A ONE HUNDRED INJURED ACCIDENT OCrrits DURING PARADE IN HOnOH OF THE FOREIGNERS WARMLY Wl I COM ID CHEKHS AND ACCLAMATIONS GREET THEM ALONG LINK OP DONT WANT DIRECT Hondo Resolution Docs Not Flnrt Senatorial May chairman of the senate committee on privileges and reported that the majority of the committee was op posed to the house resolution providing tor the election of senators by the peo ple that a majority of the committee was in favor of the Depew amendment providing the election of senators in all states shall be and con gress shaM have power to Enforce the and the majority of the committee was opposed to the as In to Inquiries Burrows said that the by majority had re fused to report the resolution as either favorably or adverse He said the committee did not di rect him to report the resolution to tho eenate either favorably or TO FIND EDGE OP toiitil Dllkotn and Nebranltn Dlnpute Locality of Sioux May con troversy which la In progress between the authorities of Dakota arid Union will probably necessitate a survey being marie to determine the exact boundary line be tsvoen the States of Nebraska and South nequlnitlons have been made on the governors of both states for tho surrender of persons charged with Sheriff Lewison of 1nlon county and three of his doputlM are wanted In Nebraska for shootingthre of the Turgeon brothers while at tempting toarrept them and the Tur geon H sworn out warrants claiming the shooting wna done uut of the officers Sherif Lewison demands the Turgeons for prosecution Irr South Thd hearing on one applieation will be held in Sioux Falls June and on the oth er application at Lincoln June EXPEDITE MATTERS Joint Resolutions In the School LandH May resolu tions were presented in the two houses yesterday by Senator Clapp and Rep resentative Eddy empowering the State Minnesota to file selections for in demnity school lands upon public lands in the state undisposed of in townships immediately upon the survey and prior to the approval and filing of the plats and Ths purpose of the res olution is to expedite the selection of the state made In lieu of lands of which thestale is deprived as a result of tho recent decision of the supreme court in the Red Lake school land Bank 01 Estherville Real y PeJd on Time Rates Per PALMAS PrcMluent of tbe New Republic Ex far Unnelusli American May Palma3 message be delivered tQ the Cu ban senate The message opens by giving ihankB to the Almighty and asks divine aid in the establishment of a firm and stable Never did a people ftght with more the and sacrifice more tor liberty than have the Together with our own heroism Is the attitude of the great people who Impelledby their own love of lib ejrty to put themaelyes on oyr BW0 In our tenacious flght tor the independence of the Their motive was one of generous pure and ested In Impelled by this the power ful republic of the North through its illuBtrlous the re public of The promise formally made has been carried Thd executive will at once devote his efforts and will negotiate a treaty in or der to obtain benefits for the Cubftn sugar WORK OP State Amendment to River and Harbor BUI Not May The confer of the two houses of congress on the river and harbor bill yesterday re ported a final agreement that The exact figures showing the aggre gate result of their work have not been but it can be stated that out of appropriated and added by the only about was the provisions calling for the remaining being disa greed to by the house As the bill will be reported it makes a total of about in direct ap propriations and for work New May a parade last evening of militia and American and French sailors In honor of the French Rochambeau circulation manager of the New York was almost In stantly killed and about 100 others were softie of them perhaps by the breaking down of a temporary sidewalk at Fifth avenue and Eighteenth Two hundred persons were on the sidewalk when it gave They were precipitated twenty feet into an excavation for a new building and fell onto piles of building The accident oc curred lust as the head of the parade had passed the The French visitors had gone past and knew noth ing of the accident until The au thorities are busy endeavoring to dis cover who was to blame for the acci Coroner Scholer says the side walk had not been built of material strong enough to stand such a great weight as burdened it last Frenchmen Warmly Count de Rochambeau and the oth ers of the party of French after passing most of the day in jour neying to West Point and reviewing the cadats arrived in this city shortly before 4 oclock In the after Th3y came down the Hudson on the United States dispatch boat Mayor Liows with Greer of Roes and chairman of the alder manic recepttpn were wait ing at the barge Lined up on the dock were a hundred bluejackets from the Gaulola with their band and atout double that number of United Elates sailors from the Kearsarge and carried rifles and bayo A large crowd stood In pouring and witnessed the ChecrlnK the as they proceeded to carriages escorted by the military and a platoon ol mounfri were drlved to the cty From the sidewalks en broadway the party was welcomed with the cheers and acclamations of while the big buildings which line the thoroughfare furnished a share of the applause from hundreds statlone1 at the Countess de Rochambeau absented herself from the Arriving at the city hall the Frenchmen were formally wel comed to the city by Mayor Low and President Fornes of the board of al Besides the Frenchmen there were the presidential Commander Raymond Rogers and their Among those Irt the mayors room were Ambassador Former Secretary of the In terior Cornelius N Former May or Robert Van Philip Rhine Commissioners Controller Grout and a number of other city WIDOWED BRIDE Smdilon Death of a Tonne HtiMbaiid KrtiiKo on May by tho sudden death of her husband two weeks after uer Nora Tlust of near was committed to the hospital for tho insane at James town yesterday by Judge Her Thomas JCdward came from Crawford intending to return with his but ere the honeymopn was over the bride had be come a wi PIVE BREAK Some StarglH Banttle Unwilling May Scho field and Leroy charged with horse stealing David charged with carrying concealed weapons William with assault with a dangerous weapon Frfd with Iroke out of Mead county jail about 8 oclock last A posse Is after DROWNS WHILE New Richmond Man Losea Life at Apple River New May gust an electrician In the em ploy of the Crolx Power was drowned while fishing at Apple river The body was not recovered for some but was finally He was forty years married and leaves a Switch for Railway May will no longer be any danger of accident in Deadwood by reason of runaway cars on the The company has installed a safety switch at a mile and a half above and runaways will be thrown off the main line on a There have been two runaways of the cars getting away at Pluma and coming1 down through Deadwood at a frightful rate of ilAUPT Hiit Nomination an District Attorney In Sent to the May President Roosevelt has sent to the senate the name of Charles Haupt to be Unitid States district attorney for The nomination will be promptly con There was never the least shadow of a doubt as to Haupta ap pointment after Senators Nelson and Clapp had agreed on Purdy was simply retained until some pending matters had been disposed SlffiM Two Iffty cabinet spent much time yesterday In discuss ing two important In dian appropriation v and the omnibus claims Both were found to con tain objectionable af ter full were decided to be of trivial Importance compared with the other of the Both measures were signed by the American 3 Boy to May Gra aged a school con fessed to the police last night that he was responsible for the death of Rob ert aged who was found dead at his The boys quarreled E rd Graham says he was as saulted by In retaliating he struck Hunter with his the blow taking effect on the Hunter but arose and went where he dledt from concussion of the Shirtwaist Ann May Adams and Lom vbard have set their official feet down upon gentlemens shirt waists unless hidden by In the law Professors Knowlton and Lane have given It out that their men can go as iruch liberty as the and the laws taking advantage of the STRIKERS SEE THE Explain the Situation and Give As That There WUI Be No May situation In the anthraclto coal region was dis cussed at a conference between Attorney General Elkln and Thomas Nichols and John district presidents of the Unit ed yesterday In the gov ernors private office at the executive The mineworkers came here by invitation of the governor to explain the exact situation In the rtrlke region and as to what prospects there were of an early adjustment of the trouble between the coal operators and the striking President Fahey said the strikers were obeying the law and that he did not apprehend ary yloUnce which would Justify the operators to call on the state authori ties for the Will Pnlnt the May formerly rector of Marks church writes that his Is now In where he Is fast winning A miniature of Queen Alexandra so pleased the king that he has ordered the artist to paint a miniature of presumably In Ms coro latlon This Is a high recognition and will place the young artist In the foremost He Foritot His May About the worst case of forgetfulness known here is charged to a young farmer of this He went to town and drove home without his Not finding her at home it dawned upon him that he had forgotten He tel ephoned to but she told him to sober up and come in the next fAMINE IS fEARCD SITUATION IK CHICAGO GROWS MORE ALARMING EACH PASS ISO TEAMSTERS STRIKE THE CAUSE IIEEF SUPPLY FROM THE YARDS ALMOST ENTIRELY CUT ICE AND COAL MEN MAY JOIN DIG PACKERS OBSTINATELY RE FUSE TO ACCEDE TO DEMANDS OF May Chicagos be6f from the stock yards besti almost fntirely cut ttxe concessions striking teamstwrs are the next day or two the crCy will be face to with a The situation is grow ing more alarming with the passing of each Not only have the big packers failed In every attempt to smuggle meat out of the tut the wholesale and re tail butchers who usually drive their own Into the yards and take cut Ipads of provisions have been for bidden to do so In the A num ber of them were yesterday allowed to carry away stuff that they had bought of the but they were warned not to return for any more until the trouble was As a result there Is a movement on foot among the or more butchers of Chicago to Clone Tbelr Shops for a week or or as long as may be to defeat the packers In their fight against the Moat of them ieclare that they are In sym pathy with the strikers and feel that stopping the sale of beef would be the most effective way to help the team No unions have yet declared a sym pathetic but many individual members have been doing in their power to aid the and if the present situation continues longer It is asserted In union circles that other such as the ice and coal may join the Six of the smaller firms yesterday net the demands of the strikers ani signed the new but the bigr con cerns are still FATAY RAILROAD Engineer Horribly and Fireman Burned to May oJ the worst wrecks In the history of the West Penn railroad occurred at a point called Porters curve last The killed are James and who was scalded to Grant was badly in jured about the The engine was wiecked and four freight loaded with valuable freight together with a cabin were a total The track was torn up for a distance of several hundred Engineer James Couch was pinned underneath the wreckage and his body horribly Fireman James was thrown In such a position that he was forced to inhale the scalding steam which was escaping from a number of steamplpes in the cab of the His shrieks and cries for help were and he finally begged some of the men to put him out of his The wreck was caused by the engine1 being derailed on the curve by a flange on one of the wheels M Waterloo Presbyteryv May Waterloo presbytery is n session at Ackley this Hugh McAnich of Ackley is moderator of the assembly and much Important business will be A large number of yound men who are about to enter the ministry will be given an opportunity to preach their first sermon and be Cropa Are Snow to the depth of nearly an Inch ell yes terday at Terra Berlin other points In the Garden truck and othercrops were damaged to a conBlderfble r f A heavy hail storro caused much to crops at and about Oral The 4owh PIWPINOS JOINING Unmistakable of Becom ing May Senores Isabelo and De Los the heads of the Filipino workingmena are lead Ing an agitation for an Increase In the wages of tobacco workers and Several officers nave teen elected from among the employes of English The union has pe titioned Acting Wright to taln the provisions of the Chinese ex clusion to modify the quarantine and to abolish the recently introduced because they are liable tq employ and degradh the Warden MoCluneliry May Mc warden of the state prison at last night tendered his res ignation to the state board of control end it was unanimously The prison was temporarily placed In charge of Nelson of member of the Church Hit by May a severe storm lightning struck tho Norwegian Lutheran six south of this destroying th3 steeple a greater portion of the The same bolt also killed a very valuable horse belonging to Will Cole of this Storui Damuiie May North western voad has removed the last vestige of the damage done by the storms of last The big locomo tive that ditched opposite opposite this city has been taken to Baraboo to be W111TEMAN Former Member of Intare New May Wbite former member of the Minnesota discharged from Jail by Judge Whituman has been In criminal proceedings a number of times before in various In he was arrested for laying down an alleged bad check for He was sentenced to two years and six but The higher court held there was not sufficient evi dence to As the district at torney could no find new evidence state moved his CRUEtTV AT Are Made Agutuat of an Army San Mav States Commissioner Heacock has issued war rants for the arrest of Martins and First Officer Hara of army transport charges of cruelty to a sailor on the high The charges are made by third cook of the trans who claims to have been triced Up for an hour and a Martina asserts that this punishment was only continued for fifteen Other charges were that the vessels where the men was overcrowded and In an unsanitary The delegate of the linlon making an active canvass of the town among thi Filipinos and la numerous laborers and mechanics the The recent big the Unitel States are described inously and are having great Illilgi ence on the credulous workingilftfiilllii Muttoson Ten May Herbert the defaulting cashier of the First National Bank of Great who pleaded guilty has beon sentenced to ten years In the peniten His The may become aerl to Picnic The third Annual picnic of be held Is jed about soo ot IS American Mlniitlr to May LSHerbert first minister of the United States to who arrived here was formally received by the Cuban goverhnwnt yesterday ThA which was held at pal partook of all the official red tape that the republic Bqulm teUhe   

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