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   Evening Tribune, The (Newspaper) - June 3, 1902, Estherville, Iowa                                if V jfi v i j i JUNE PRICE FIVE BRITONS CO WILD M WlIiSOR Iowa n A Deans drtur dar hours 9 to 18 and J to 8 tt Phyiiplan and groover Firrt National Residence lOUth ofPlwt Baptltt Office 2to4 411 ealU promptly t t t t ATTORNEYS Allen Alexander ATTORNEYS AT by In of Title a IOWA SAVINGS CAPITAL STOCK v Interest Paid on Time Banking BaatnesA Transacted Eglin Plows OS1 PEACE IN flOVTH AFftlCA IS CELE MOB LONDON STREETS SERIOUS IWDHRCURREXT OF DIS IS IN BVI PEACE TERMS ARE GIVEN OUT BNGLAUD GIVES THE BOERS WITH WHICH TO RE STOCK New engine and modern Come before the Thf First National CAPITAL 8UBPLUS WEBB General Banking Business Wheelock UpToDate POOL and BILLIARD June announcement of peace In South Africa was celebrated in London last night with a wild repeti tion of the Mafeking Hundreds of thousands of people surged through the streets of London from Whitechapet to Buckingham but never at any time did the crowds equal those which created the verb To Last night there a tremendous noise In the a pandemonium of horns and cheers and the coarse jests of but the abandon which marked the announce ment of the reliefs of Mafeklng and Ladysmith was many of them carrying drunken loafers and glad of any excuse to defy the liaw and were the principal elements the ragged pro cessions passing and repasslng through the principal A very serious undercurrent of discontent probably is responsible for the fact that London has nojf shown the same evidences of rejoicing as were to be seen on Mafe klng In some quarters the Com ment On this peace with honor end ing of the war was that Great Britain has the peace and the Boers have the Have The members of the house of commons declared freely that peace in South Africa might have been secured a year and on better had the British government notfcbeen so ob The decorations and illumina tions of London took on a more organ ized form as the peace news grew older The American and Irish flags largely among the the new ensign of the Australian fed eration made Its first appearance national The Save the King were very generally inscribed aorogs the Union Jacks This as a sort of unconscious tribute ot the na tional belief that peace in South Africa was due moreto King Edwards per sonal influence than to any other cause All the cities and town of the United Kingdom are givingvent to their Joy by bonfires and il considering the remarkably few accidents have been Tfhte Pence The demand for accommodations in the house of commons yesterday after noon to hear the statement of the am lord of the treasury and government was unprecedent Balfour arose at and announced the terms of peace in Soutn tended a trade revival and the return to normal Popes June Edward has received a message from the pope which conveys the pontiffs sincere congrat ulations on the reestablishment of peace In South Roberts RrllMate to June Marshal Earl speaking at a military lunch eon at Althorp paid grace ful tribute to Lord Earl Roberts aaW The country ought to be grateful to Lord Kitchener And to the army tor whttt they have When LordKitchener com mand things were in a critical state and he has accomplished what other man could have STAGGERING Hovr KxPresldent Kroners predic tion Has Been June The total British losses in South Africa up to the feign ing of peace are reported as of ficers and Nearly two thirds of the total died from Boer war began Peace signed May two years and 232 Sent home invalided Boer losses of all kinds in losses reported In Probable actual number of Boers en Highest number of British engaged In Boers In the field reduced at end of war to Prisoners at Bermuda and Cape Cost In money to Great Britain esti Territory gained by Great square an area equivalent to all the New England New York and Population before the war RIOTS IN CHICAGO BLOODSHED GROWS OUT OF THE STRIKE OF THE TEAM MANY CONfLICTS WITH POLICE MADDENED OFFICERS CHARGE MOB WITH REVOLVERS AND STREETS BLOCKED FOR HOURS PACKING CONCERNS IMPORT NE GROES AND MORE TROUBLE IS With the crowd phouting and threat patrol wagon driven to the police station without stop and the six men locked in It is said that the packing companies have brought Into Chicago several car loads of men and that the men will be placid at work If this fo done it is that there may be an outbreak In the stock yards and the police are preparing to handle any trouble that may During the fighting thirtyeight pris oners were taken by the police and locked OBEY THE MAJORITY OF FIRBI MEN AND PUMPMEN JOIN THB PLEAD South Africa as follows The burgher forces lajrdown their Superb Bowling 118 Lincoln Street For v do to the Corner Mar Qebrleio tf Bank HTOB teal and hand over all their guns munitions of war in their posses or under their All prisoners are to be Bought back aaSoon as possible to South Without loss of liberty or No action to be taken against pris except where they are guilty of breaches ot the rules of Dutch is to be taught In the if desired by the and used in the courts if Rifles are allowed for Military occupation Is to be with drawn as soon as possible and selfgov eminent There fe to no tax on the Trans vaal to pay the cost of the Thfe sum of three millions sterling la to be provided for restocking the Boer Rebels are liable to trial according to the law of the colony to which they The rank and file will be dis franchised for The death penalty wifl not be Terms Are Judging frowT the opinions thus far given out 1y public men and from the editorials in the London the tferms of peace appear to meet with approval f rottf but the extrem ists of both thejlreo and the proBoer parties And something to caytt The Chronlcte In Its jMttBof this rottrnlng The ojojw of the has us aU to tfroBoer EnglaW a jfcftf Renolation ThanlclnK liny for June house yes terday by a vote of 219 to 46 suspended the rules and adopted the joint resolu tion extending the thanks of congress to Secretary of State John Hay for his address on the occasion of the McKln ley memorial exercises last Unanimous consent forthe considera tion of this resolution was objected to by De Armond of Missouri time ago and yesterday Clark of Missouri made a twentyminute speech in opposition to its adoption on the ground that Hay had abused the occasion by injecting a Republican stump speech Into the Hooker of a onearmed Confederate delivered an elo quent defense of Hays denying that it contained anything that was objectionable from a political Grosvenor of who was In charge of the argued that Hay in eulogizing the martyred president could not divorce the man from his achievements and his record as a manly Only 46 Democrats voted with Clark against the In the Little either on the floor or In the galleries was manifested in the senate debate on the Philippine govern ment bill yesterday under the fivemin ute At two or three stages it al most died of Mason of Illinois in a vigorous speech differed from the majority In the treatment pro posed for the He urged that no reason existed for according to them a treatment different from that accond ed to the Cubans and strongly advised that they be afforded right to gov ern triumph ghe took with eobrjety andi 4lBpretion which shpuM hejp qur over thej remaining rough jilapes to lasting Whole In While London went temjjwarUy mad from SouthT empire throbbed tnalca Jin the Australia to of Melbourne each tte was THE Latest Quotations From Grain and Stock June Wheat I 2 3 3 l2c June 1 76B8c 1 74 58c 2 7Z June 1 7fll8c 1 7318C 71 l8c 3 69 58c 72 58c 4878c June Wheat 1 2 76c 2 62 June Wheat 2 3 2 hard 74 34c 8 hard 1 7434c 2 Northern 3 Corn l4c 6012360 39039 l2c June stockers and yearlings and June Cattle Good to prime poor to medi stockers and J2 and goed to choice rough to choice fair to choice South St June jCattle Choice butcher Choice cows and gbxd to choice veaUL good to choice feeding range 9 Fancy 6 good to choice fat good to choice yearling June and bloodshed marked the progress of the teamsters strike There were numerous fights between the police and the strik ers and their Street car traffic was stopped while the fighting went The police and employes of the packing companies were and at one place when surrounded by a dense crowd of men and the fifty under command of maddened by the numer ous stones with which they had been drew their revolvers and charged full into the which Showed no disposition to stones and clubs were brought into requisition by the strikers and the po lice used their batons and the butt end of revolvers When this fight was 6ver there were a number of strlk frs needing surgical None were dangerously Injured as far as and the wounded strikers were carried off by their The fighting began on the West side shortly after and in different parts of the city continued practically all of the Worat Fight of the The most serious trouble of the day occurred In Crosby street In the district which is known in police circles as Little A small detachment of policemen under the command of Collins was escorting a number of wag ons loaded with meat to the distributing stations down A large crowd followed the shouting and Jeer and now and then sending a stone over the heads of the officers in the direction of the men on the meat wag The line of wagons escorted by the police was frequently stopped by other teamstarSWho manage to pull across the street Just In the proper place to prevent the meat wagons from making any The police would crder the men away and in a few min the performance would be repeat much to the delight of the immense crowd that was following Finally one teamster refused to pull his team put of the way of the meat and the police placed him under Then the fight In an in stant a shower of Mad and fell around and upon the bruis ing some of them Collins ordered the march of the meat wagons to be and at once charged the One officer was knocked down vlth a brick and his companions then drew their clubs and made war such energy that In a few minutes the crowd was flight and the street was filled with men with bleeding Forming his men around the wagons once Collins started on his By the time the barns were readied the anger of the crowd had grown to fever An attempt was made to cross Halstead but in less than a minute a blockade had been formed which it took two hours to re The police attempted a show of force only to arouse the crowd Stones were thrown at the police and the rioters were clubbed and dragged into patrol Finally after pushing and fighting for a long time the police managed to get the wagons to the barns and the doors were Last night another serious fight took place at Twelfth and State Meat was being removed from the packing house plants by two retail Shortly after 6 oclock in the evening the wagons Policemen McCarthy and OConnor were detailed to follow the men and prevent GrotvB to The men held open vio lence until the wagons reached the Twelfis street The crowd had rapidly From a few hun dred It had grown into the and the wagons could not be driven through the dense The three policemen and eight aided by the owners of the fought the they were being rapidly over Meantime Officer Weber had forced his way to a patrol box and eent In a ttot Five patrol wagpns re The policemen surrounded the wagons and fought back the Clubs were used and revolvers were drawn to intimidate the the attaeking party gave way in the scrimmage the police arrested six v Give a Hard The six prisoners were placed in a patrol wagon and started for the Har rison street A crowd followed the wagon and threatened the policsei At Taylor Street the wagon The horses could not be4riven through the As the wagon slopped and the policemen ordered back the crowd another flght horses were taken from the 3 wagon and the six prisoners a Mme The ofllcera hard the crowd forceAv Dnkotann Thcs5 the June Davis of Lake county received notice yester day morning not to appear at the pre liminary hearing of parks and al leged horse They have decided to plead guilty and have asked Judge Smith to hold a special session of court at Howard to pass Evidence unearthed here connected Parks and Allen with stealing three horses at Montrose five weeks two horses at Canova three weeks two horses at PIpestone two weeks ago and one team in Miner county one week All were stolen on successive Sunday Miner county orffices ask that they also be Indicted In Lake county for making this the headquarters of their nefarious REAL FIGHT HAS JUST OPENED NEITHER SIDE CAN CLAIM A TORY AT THIS POINT IN V ESTIMATES ARE FAR APART COMPANIES SUCCEED IN KEEPING THEIR PUMPS IN OPERA HIS SKULL Bundle of Iron Bolts Thrown From Train Kills John June John Fitz an unmarried man about thirty five years was killed He was employed by the Bascon Construction company doing some work close to the tracks about a mile north of the Some bolts had been ordered sent up on the afternoon passenger The baggageman of the passenger train threw them off as not knowing any one was close to the The bundle of bolts struck Fitzgerald in the cracking his He was re moved to the Pattison but died shortly giving no clue as to relatives other than that Chicago was his COOK Charges Against President of Nor mal School Fall Jtine Fay ette president of the state nor mal school at has been ex onerated by the state regents of edu cation on the charge of conduct unbe coming an official of his The charges were Hied with the board sev eral weeks the complainants be ing Hiram Frank Bryant and They alleged in sub stance that Cook was unneces sarily harsh in his administration of the affairs of his and that he used offensive language in addressing and reprimanding SEVEN HOUSES of Wiped To gether With June busi ness houses were destroyed by fire here Friday entailing a loss of several thousand Fire started in the Commercial hotel about There was a strong wind blowing from the and when the hotel was beyond control that practically doomed the whole A bucket brigade was the only means of fighting the Hartley and Sanborn were called on for chemical but neither town had an SUSPICIOUS of Murder Crop Out Sionx Sioux June body of Joseph aged twentyeix of apacking house em was found lying on the ground near the Northwestern hotel by a wait His face indicated but his neck not The previous afternoon he had a fight In a but when he retired at the Northwestern hotel he was Hla hat was found on the roof of a lean to by the June order of the United Mineworkers of America callingout on strike all fire men and pumpmen employed at Col lieries where the eighthour work day with present wages was not went into effect as pre a majority of the men the Neither side can claim a at this time because the strug gle on this phase of the anthracite coal miners strike has Just was only a partial showing of strength The real test of whether Or not the mine pumps shall be manned will begin Although a ma jority of the men quit thecom generally succeeded in keeping their pumps in The operators feel that at present they have the but they are not so sanguine of the The exact number of men who quit yesterday can not be Each side Ilefaaea to Blake Public their but gave out information that roughly estimates the number of men These estimates are far National President Mitchell of the miners union gave out a statement In which he says that fully 80 per cent of the firemen and pumpmen have gone On the other a mining official of one of the largest coal companies who received accurate in formation from the entire coal made this statement President Mitchells estimate is too We have received figures all our collieries and the general super intendents of all the other coal com but they are not to be as it would not be policy to reveal Our weak spots or to betray our strong holds as far as hey relate to the col lieries I say that about 65 per cent of all hlgh Valleys who are scattered from near Ccranton down to went Notwithstanding the Biff Desertion of Hen every colliery in the entire region that made the effort was able to get up steam and maintain We are satis the with the situation as it exists at and we do not care to boast of our future ability to keep the mines from The companies have nearly all the men they want for present We look for Intimidation of our men by the but we will go right along and protect pur employes and property aS best we Considering the vast number of men who are idle the coal was very quiet throughout the Reports came In from several sections telling of but these were of a minor nature Early yesterday morning and last evening some workmen were stoned as they on their way front In 1 the mines to their The army of coal and iron policemen which is In the field are not much in evidence The companies have Instructed these men to avoid and that they must not make themselves Insane Man Huns June Patrick a former inmate of the state insane yesterday armed himself and started out to kill a num ber of persons whom he blamed for having testified against him when he was sent to the He shot Police Judge Hayes and Deputy Sheriff Jo seph and was in turn shot four times by Sheriff He died two hours Hayes and Daley will re Water Spout in June traveling man just returned from Des Moines says a waterspouc along the Burling ton track between Des Moines and Albia did thousands of dollars worth of The train stopped six times within a few miles on account of water running over the The engine fires Were put out several IiiMuranee Men Sleepy June At the annual meeting of the Stock Farmers Insurance sompciny here yesterday Peter Mertz waB elected pres John Cutting Ros beek ten Small lowar June fine barn owned by two milea northeast of burned last Secoad iVtKew ilnal branch tH 82 1 tecond trial sfifkott IB tha INVITING of Asked to Speak at the Opening the Minnesota State June Is understood that President Roosevelt will be invited to deliver an address at the Minnesota State fair the first week in An Invitation was received here from Secretary Randall of the state agricultural requesting the Minnesota del station to tender an in to the In the event that he cannot other distin guished men will be oneOf them to deliver an address on the open Ing BATTLE WITH Mexican Troops Have Fierce En gaKement With June battalion of the Mexican army commanded by head of the army in fought a desperate battle with 300 Ya qui Indians on the afternoon of May at El a small place not far from A messenger arrived at Hermosillo with meager details of the fight Forty Yaquis were killed and twice that number The Mexican army lost fifteen TWe Yaquis escaped toward the Carmatlon leaving their dead a large supply of ammunition and armf were CABLK IS Messages From Hongkong to Qa by New June The Union Telegraph company issued the following notice u TI tew   

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