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   Evening Tribune, The (Newspaper) - May 31, 1902, Estherville, Iowa                                voicing i m PHYSICIANS MAY UN MEMORY GREEN Offlws Uy or n drug Cmllu a f Calif 18 and 3 to 8 Baftlett i OOMULTATIOW BACHkf PnynloUin and OffioeoverVlrit National Residence of First Baptltt Office Bonn 2to4 ill oalU promptly t t Allen Alexander in of Title a IOWA SAVINGS CAPITAL STOCK Interest Paid on Time Banking Bttaioew Transacted Eglin fiE Plows New engine and modern before the The First National CAPITAIi SURPLUS f WBBB General Banking Business Vheelock UpToDate FOOL and BILLIARD Superb Bawling 116 Lincoln For Choice Meats i Go to the Corner Mar Oehrlein Bank s Of Estherville on NATION PAV8 FITTING HONOA8 TO SLEEPIlf O DECORATION DAY EXERCISES INCREASED INTEREST IS MANI FESTED THE CEREMONIES OP THE t ROOSEVELT TAKES A PART PRESIDENT DELIVERS AN ORA TION AT ARLINGTON May Bleeping heroes of the Civil ana Spanish wars were given reverent homage at the na tional The officers of the army and the or ganizations of veterans and the public by with flowers iand made a pilgrimage of the cemeteries At where soldiers are the principal exercises were There the president and his CommanderlnChief of the Grand Army Torrance and many dis tinguished personages of official and private life were Department Commander Bingham called the audi ence to and the choir rendered a cantata with deep Assistant Chase read the orders and Edwin Hay delivered Lincolns Get tysburg The Prculdent At the conclusion of more music the president arose and delivered his ora tlpn to a hushed After a pre liminary statement the said army was just carrying to completion a small but peculiarly trying He deplored the cruelties committed by and said that every effort was being made to reduce them to the minimum and punish the The fact that the misdeeds conimitted under great provoca tion was no Lynchings of in finitely greater cruelty than any act of an American soldier were committed occasionally and the men who fail to condemn these lynch Ings and yet clamor about what has been done in the Philippines are giillty of neglecting the beam in their own J Flghtlngr to EwtnMliih He referred to the charges of rapine outrages of women and law less cruelty made against the Lincoln hirelings by the Confederate and said the men who thus foully slandered you have their heirs in those who traduce our armies The Americans in the Philippines were fighting to establish liberty and as soon as the FilipinosShowed their capacity for freedom by their power of selfgovernment it would be possible to decide whether they are to exist inde pendantly of us or to be knit to us by ties of friendship and common When that day will come it is not in human wisdom to At the conclusion Torrance de livered an followed by the sing ing of America and the benediction Monument New May unveiling of the soldiers and sailors monument in Riverside a shaft that cost a quarter of a was the principal feature of the observance of Memorial An impressive parade of Grand Army national guard bluejackets and marines from the navy yard was reviewed by Miles and Admiral Generals Howard and Brooke and Mayor Costly Bunt May day fhere was characterized by the unveil ing of the bronae bust and pedestal erected to the memory of the late Presi dent McKinley by the Philadelphia let ter The principal oration was deliveredi by Former Postmaster Gen eral Weather May observed Memorial day under the fairest weath er Great crowdfc Witnessed the parade iOf Civil and Spanish war which was composed of seven Mac Mayor Black and others reviewed the proces At the cemeteries the usual deco ration of graves was accomplished in the Uanal Ceremonies nt Lincolns May The cere monies at Lincolns tomb were of the usual The sarcophagus in which the body formerly buefore be ing put in the base of the monument was covered with The Memor ial day prasvam was carried out at the monument in the preceded by a Thf May Memorial day observed here by Almost gen eral euspenalon of The pa rade was composed of eight The graves of soldiers aft cemeteries were strewn tylth flowers appro priate services lieUU J1 Ot Vstwapal Mtty itself up to the observance of Memorial A few of the stores in wap generally organleatlons hew Paul cenieterlea In asalBtod by school the graves pf the Spanlih war few nftP in tlv Veterans fttthe ond have ex UORiBH Two Are Loouted ana Two Matt May Officers Of Minor county hove bepn here for two oayg unearthing ft nest of horse thieves who have been operating in that and adjoining counties east Stephen and By who have been living with the letters mother on a farm five miles south of this have been ar rested and taken to Howard for a Which will take place next A team stolen from the barn of three miles north of How last was found In possession of Parks and Allen on the place south of and also a team supposed to belong to nman at Pipe The men arrested have been since January and have been trad Ing in PANIC RIVER Diamond Jo Steamer CranheM Into IlrldiKo Protection at tn May heavily loaded passenger packet Dubuque of the Diamond Jo line pulled away from the levee at this city yesterday and was caught in the swift current and before her powerful engines could be put in motion crashed against the iron Wedgeshaped protection of the bridge Her side was badly Immediately after the accident women onthe boat became and it took the cothblned efforts of the offi cers and crew to prevent serloUa several running to the sides of the boat in an effort to jump overboard Order was restored without serious in The boat was repaired and pro ceeded down STRANGERS HAVE UPPER Sherwood of Dalatlt With Money May a pioneer resident of Is dead at Santa Southern He had in the bank there and parties that are unknown to the relatives here have an order for it which the bank hesitates to The relatives here have Instructed the bank to not pay until there is investiga It is now believed In Duluth that who has mysteriously disap hasgone to Indiato perfect hime self In the study of It is said that he announced long time ago that he expected a summons from there and when it came he could not disregard It is that Story and the mysterious Watson are the CHOLERA CUTS OFF In the May second Ameri can officer to die of cholera in the Phil ippines was Olaf Harald of the United States marine formerly an officer of the Ifteenth Min nesota and for several years a news paper man in the Twin whose death took plaoe Thursday at near The fact was reported in a cable message received yesterday at Washington by Secretary Moody of the navy The message added that Rask was burled the Same JAILBREAKER GIVES One of Five In Sooth Dakota Re May one of the five Meade county jailbrealc has given himself Two went south into the one north and two A reward of for each man has been offered by Sheriff Blood hounds failed after ten miles of Scofleld and chargedi with horse know the country A dozen parties are now The men cannot get out of the PURDY Dl Clilelf EnRlneer of BnrllnKton vlnlon Victim of La May chief engineer of the northern division of thei had both legs cut ott of the official inspection partys train at Alma died at the La Crosse hospital this morningat 9 He had no hope of recovery from the time of the accident arid his legs were not Bank at Spring Spring May On the application of Everett Julius Cum mings and Obe Clouse the controller of the under date of May has authorizes the organization of the Spring Valley National Bank of Spring Other prominenti capitalists and farmers wjll be A mod ern fire proof will be ereqted in the near Jatnen Dor Stole May son of a saloonkeeper who a team stolen last Wednesday wan arrested here last night with the team in his The night the team was stolen a store at James waa broken into and a consider able amount of jewelry It is ithe boy guilty of both crimes Collector Murphy May evidence of the ritate Jn the cage against Mark Murphy if completed and Murphy is the his own Murphy was deputy Collector of customs at portal fs charged with having failed to account fot all the money taken f Condnetor La ext August Uctor on fhed be ot run fLOOD THE MINES READING COMPANYS TltmTY SIX COLLIERIES WILL BE LOWED TO OlOOMY OUTLOOK Of THE STRIKE OTHER MINES WILL BE SAVED FROM FLOODING AT ALL SPECIAL OFFICERS SWORN IN BITUMINOUS MINERS SAID TO BE OPPOSED TO GOING ON May Unlesa the Reading Coal and Iron company changes its present plans thirtysix col employing men and boys in the ninth will be allowed to flood next Three of the best collieries of the com pany in SchuylklU county will be saved from flooding by the company at all A force of 250 coal and iron policemen are ready to guard nonunion engineers and who will take the present incumbents places in case they quit District President Nichols made a statement here to the effect that the matter of proceeding against what he terms the coal trust through the state authorities is being considered and de clares such action may be Nichols says that the engineers will strike on and that the demand for an eighthour day made on behalf of the engineers and pump runners will not be withdrawn under any Violence at An agent for a West Virginia coal who has been in Wilkesbarre the past week hiring men to go was assaulted by striking miners and their sympathizers a Slavish settle ment in the northern part of that The party making the assault said the agent was endeavoring to get the an thracite mlners to go to West Virginia to take the places of strikers The representative of the coal company tried to by jumping on an elecr trie car as it was but he waa pUlled from the car and severely AH the coal companies are commis sioning special officers to guard their The committee representing many of the engineers of the Lackawanna and Wyoming valleys were at President Mitchells headquarters in Wilkesbarre The committee says the men they represent are opposed to go Ing out on Are New May reports that have been inclrculatlon for the past day or two that the strike of the anthracite will be settled through the in fluence of outside parties early next week were positively denied on behalf of the Bltuminona Men Oppose May can be stated positively now that President John Mitchell of the United or ganization left here Thursday night in great perplexity over the situation in the bituminous fields and seriously questioning the advisability of calling o convention to consider a general The sentiment is almost unani mous against STRIKE WILL GO Packing Refuse to Grant DemuudH of Striking May four big pack ing of the stock yards at con ferences held yesterday with the union labor representatives representing the striking teamsters refused absolutely to grant the concessions asked for or any part of and went on record befog unalterably opposed to the recognition of union labor in the Thousands of persons had their usual supply of meat cut off yesterday aud many others who were able to buy a little meat here and there paid fancy prices for All throughout the city butchers closed down and many of them will not open again until the strike has been HORSES KILL A Fury From India tn Fight on May two yearold Indian killed in a with horses on a circus train en route from Gosheu to Pough keepsle early The which had recently been es caped from its wagon denn while the train was in It crowled over the tops of four wagons and entered a car thirty A fierce battle the panicstricken horses plunging and kicking at the savage in When the train reached here the tiger was dead under the hoof a of the Six of the horses were badly and KEANE STORY No for the Report That Pope Will May statement pub lished by the Daily Mail of ikmdon that at the consistory to be held June 9 pope will nominate Archbishop Keanfe of to succeed the late Archbishop Corrlgan of New IB without foundationIt now to extremely Improbable pope will depart from his practise ojt appointing an archbti e clen PRICE FIVE THOUGHTFUL DEED OF American Battleship Dec prated In Honor of the May the people of Havana awoke yesterday morning they flaw on the wreck of the Maine the evidence Of the thoughtfulness and ap preciation on the part of President who had ordered that the wreck which stands as a monument for more than 200 brave Americans be appropri ately decorated to Commemorate the American and Cuban gar lands of and wreaths constituted the and memorial services were held in several of the American GRAVES IN Thero Are Only a bnt They Are Appropriately May military forces Observed Decoration day as a There were Impressive services at the American though the bodies of only a few soldiers are now The American club decorated the graves of the It was thought inadvisable to declare day a public TO MAKE PEACE It Is Planned That Boer In Europe Shall Checkmate Irre May is said that the Boer delegates In Europe now admit that peace In South Africa has been se and that the settlement between the Boers and Great Britain will be signed in the names of the former citi zens of the two South African republics who are now In Including thus preventing the Irreconcil able from continuing a guerrilla warfare on the pretext that they are obeying or ders of the Boer delegates In COMPLETE Nominee for COHKICMA Soffera From Mental nitdJPhynlral Mays recently nominated by the Re publicans of the Eleventh district for con delivered the Memorial oration at Jonesboro this Owing to the severe strain of the last ten days and the mental and physical effbrt of today he completely collapsed after finishing his address this Attending phy sicians say complete quiet for several days is all that willsave his HICKSBEACH TO Persistent Rumor RegrardliiK Chan cellor of May It is persistently rumored that Sir Michael the chancellor of the will re sign after the coronation owing to Col onial Secretary Chamberlains insis tence on the retention of the corn tax as a preliminary to his Zollvereln Inquiry as to Greek May The French and Russian military attaches here have taken the step of asking the Greek gov ernment to furnish lists of the Greek military forces on war and peace foot and also for particulars of the available war the number of reserve officers and the mobilization Furniture Grand May a meeting of the Grand Rapids Furniture Manu facturers association last evening the matter of entering the proposed furni ture pool and it was practically decided not to join This will be a severe bjow to the combine and may prevent its materializing this Boxers Are May Shanghai cor respondent of the Daily Mail cables that the boxers are active in the prov ince of Thqy have warned the officials of Yang Hsien of their In tention to exterminate the and they have destroyed the Catholic and Protestant killed and robbed people and are enrolling mem bers in every Troops have been dispatched to suppress the Peiinoyer May Peij governor of Oregon from 1886 to died suddenly yesterday afternoon at his home in this city fvom heart He had been In poor health for the past though he was able to be on the and spent a great part of his time on his farm a few miles from this Jockey May the wellknown steeplechase was killed yesterday at the He was riding in the steeple and while taking the Jump op posite the grandstand his mount Meagher being underneath The horse rolled over Meaghers back was by the May triangular boat race between the julor crews of Pennsylvania and which was rowed on the SchuylklU river late yesterday was won by Pennsylvania Columbia The dls tance was one and a half straight Drowned by Mar 311 Thomas a welltodo citizen this county was drownedVtji the Kansas river He on a bridge watching the rising when the was caught byjSthe high water in the river and was flWJPt away before he could y Two the Delaware to Burlington north of young were crossing twenty miles ami another of Tar capsizing at m ii DEATH IN A Four Men Instantly Killed and Six Fatally San May Fottr men have been killed instantly and six fatally injured by a gas explosion in shaft 5 of the Hondo mines on the Mexican International sev entyfive miles from Eagle The mine is the property of the Mexican In ternational Railway and thft shaft in which the explosion occurred is the same in which an explosion oc curred last killing 106 men and injuring almost as many The names of the dead and injured in this secon disaster are not but they were all At the time the ex plosion occurred there were but few men at work in shaft fifty men having been laid off the day CORONATION Great Demand at the Em bassy for Special May strong detach ment of American photographers has arrived here for the work of the coro The embassy is besieged With applicants for special privileges apart from the police passes and tickets for the press provided by the adr mlralty for the naval They are not likely to obtain To the embassies have been pYomlsed a limited number of seats at Westmin ster Abbey at the time of the corona tion for the use of foreign correspond but these have not yet been Is sued to WILL EXTEND TKE Chicago Teamatem Threaten to Make the Movement May Every packings house the West belonging to the Big1 Six is to be attacked by the teamsters union Monday if the local companies do not recede from their position and sign the The tie up in which is declared to be is tO be carried to Kansas Joseph and and the team whose headquarters are Chi have received assurances from their locals in those cities that the order will be obeyed arid the men go out and the movement made HANGING WITH A White Murderer In MlattlMlpnt a Racial New May The Missis sippi supreme court has decided that Will Mathls and Orlandus the shall be hanged at Ox ford on June Leser is a who was Mathls They killed two enue Mathls protested violent ly against being hanged side by side with a He thought it a reflec tion on the race of The supreme court failed to sympathize with this plea and the two men will be hanged iUtwy for May Cornell easily the triangular eight oared boat race on Lake Cayusu owe finished over t the eight SWEPT BY FLOODS PORTIONS OF OKLAHOMA AND DIAN TERRITORY UNDER RUMORS OP HEAVY LOSS OF lift MAIN STREET OF 10 RAGING TORRENT FEET GREAT DAMAGE TO PROPERTY PROSPECTORS SHACKS SWEPT AWAY AND OCCUPANTS POSSI BLY Oklahoma May floods in Western Oklahoma and north ern portion of Indian Territory continue with the North South Washita and other streams still At a town of in the Chlckasaw Na half of the residence portion under from four to five feet of water from the overflow of Push Creek and water to the depth of two feet la run ning through the main is no sign of the flood Bualneaa at a May is four feet of water in the townsite of Wallers and the transaction of business is im Every stream in Comancne county is a raging torrent and further lossof life is An unknown trav eling man was caught in Cache creek and he and his team and buggy were swept He was undoubtedly The Woods Lawton is covered by water and a current 200 feet wide is running through loss of property is indicated by Cache creek being blockaded In places by dead farm implements and house hold IIOSM of Life Is May oC water rolling off the Wichita mountains have swept away many shacks and it is believed that some of their occupants The river la sp high that it cannot take the water of the swollen streams and hence they are overpowering the country anil doing much damage to property and M n I tf 1 vaS VM fato WJf ri1   

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