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   Marion Register (Newspaper) - November 13, 1901, Marion, Iowa                                VOLUME LINN NOVEMBER PUBLISHED TRIWEEKLY An Army Man Confesses to In Kidnaped Missionary Gears Thomas Part of Doweys surance Hardships with Scheme of HE A SHE WRITES Believed WasProcured by KllhaB a r Is Arrested In After Ravine Boenllstod Under an ARsvmeif i Rathbun of company TWentysov enth tJnlted States In Louisville charged with be rig a fugi tive from He is held uijdsf1 the belief that he will be sent to In diana on a charge of murder bun confesses that he was In a con spiracy to defraud the Metropolitan and implicates an alleged Corjoial J31anchard of New York It was planned to place a ca daver in the Falls City Hotel in Jpf and then burn the The dead body of a man with laudanum In his stomach was found in the Tiotel and Rathbun was the last person seen with the man Last Wednesday two men reglsteied at the Falls City Hotel asftewell Rathb Little and William L Ten N The one who registered as Rathbun was poorly while the other wore good They were assigned to Brooms and before supper the man who had legistered as Rathbun came down dressed In a new Ten Eykosoori and said ho friend were going to LouJsvllL He was told that he could get Into any time he The next morning Ten EykevWas the only one to come ddwn to said his friend had been drunk the night befoie and asked the proprietor not to awaken Corpse In At proprietor of the hotel went to the room and found that the alleged Rathbun was Letters were found in his pocketpur porting to have been written by Mrs Sue 1204 High Little charging her de A also lounfl which read My name is Newell In case of or dtiath wire Mrs Sue High Little i Deputy Coroner Coots examined the body and found enough laudanurii in the stomach to kill several He brought in a verdict of death by laud anum Thebody was sent to little the expenses beins guaranteed by the Citizens National and a search was made for Ten On Saturday a letter was re ceived from Louisville and signed Ten the writer said he met RathbuniinLittle Rock about a year The was then in a Rathbun had be friended The writer said he had not met Rathbun again until they came together In The con ditions be friended The write did not say jn Louis About the same timethe letter was received a telegram came from Little Rock saying life corpse was not that One woman In Lit tle RoclpMlssJciorinne Wolf that had made a prbpcfeltfon to marry ISep list was to a surance and they were to VVA be she was to Identify the She Cojifflsses police started a search for Ten information given by Sergeant Skinner of the cruiting station a recruit who gavJFhls name as Lon was ar rested He was subjected to the sweating process and he anld was United States recruiting officer at Lit tle andwas ordered to Plattsburg New a month on similar There I met a Corporal and we fixed beat the Metro in which I hold on my minister ISIanco Eduardo Venezuelan minister of foreign has resigned his He will be succeeded by The causeof the resignation was a dlsa Breemept regarding the Colombian particularly the answer of President Castro to the PanAmerican congresS In the City of which was sent without Blancos knowl Bchley Wants to Admiral Schley has replied to the invitation of the commercial bodies to visit Indian saying that It will be impossi ble for to The Admiral oxpresseg Regret ftt his liability to ac tut Jje that fatigue incident to the COUTl of inquiry has necessary for him to take a long and Loses Supples of pjetawiis glVertrthedecision over ISftitiefore the intflrnatjonal Athletic Club at Fort OouMlnff Champion Is 8ah Free Hie great coursing with a is Tho dog waa valued at mmit Continues to Im peife ilui of The United Stales Govornmnut Will Hold Hulgarla to another letter has Leon from Miss Ellen the American mis it appears that she is endur ing tha her experience with forgetting herself 1n anxiety for her Miss Stone does not dare to complain of the treatment to which confinement irlfeomo and the weather extremely The tone of the lat est from her is Tho by dating letters at places In Macedonia and delaying their seek to create the annearanco of being far The Bulgarian government continues to Interfere in the negotiations with the object of forcing a transference of them across the IJulfirurla IJreidlnff the United Stainsis determined to hold Bulgaria to strict account fothe part she has plaved in the abduction of Miss Ellen President and Secretary Hay are not prepared to in itiate action contemplating reparation until Miss Stone shall have obtained her Consequently the repre sentation made by Consul General Dickinson to the Bulgarian govern ment that it will be held while expresses accurately the view of this It Is reiterated with positlveness that Sec retary is bending all his efforts to secure the liberation of Miss Stone and when accomplished then a demand for indemnity will be submitted and Dickinson Causes Dickinsons conduct of the nego tiations with the Bulgarian govern ment has caused the State Department considerable In his efforts to prevent the Sofla authorities from dispatching troops In pursuit of the brigands he has been heartily sup ported by the Dick inson has protested against tile publi cation of facts in relation with nego which he says are cabled to but it is pointed out that he himself has authorized statements even more embarrassing than those to which he tary of legation at on the other displayed consider able diplomatic ability in with this delicate and the authori ties are sratiflrtl at the course he has BIG Loss Tliera Amounts to ton ami Hcllevlllo plrfnt of the Logan Milling Company and the First Presbyterian Church entirely destroyed by The milling companys loss is with Insurance of The church loss Is with insurance of The publishing house of Wilson Humphreys and the Epis copal Church were slightly Tho wind was blowing a hurricane and a water breaking threatened de struction to the entire which was averted by a heavy downpour of in a group of buildings at the corner of Broad and Franklin streets in wholesale dis trict lld fully to one chiefly occupied by the Mur phy Varnish Numerous mer cantile firms In adjoining buildings have IOSSQS but the extent will not be known for some Busch Opera House at Belleville Cause witli Insurance of May May May Pork May Lard iarl ot 11 P THE DANISH WEST INDIES Are for Hate to tlie United tection of Atlantic Seaboard Involved In Proposed Harbor la Needed us n Long has written a letter to the Gen eral Naval of Admiral Dewey is asking for a report on the Danish AVest which are now in negotiation for sale to the United The request of the secretary ia on account of the terms of sale as pro posed by The terms given are those of the new Danish Denmark Is also anxious the Inhabitants of the isl ands become citizens and shall have the beat possible relations with tho United and incidentally Den mark would like to have special trade privileges with the United j These negotiations may cause a little I but there is to bej lieve that the treaty for the sale will I be sent to Congress at the coming ses1 The fact that the secretary of the navy has askedfor a special report on the islands that it is Intended to send to the foreign rela1 tions committee of the senate at the earliest possible day the opinion of so eminent authority as Admiral Dewey on the Secretary Long Is un doubtedly acting under advisement from the White where the terms of Denmark have been conveyed by Secretary It Is not generally known that the board of which ral Dewey is president has formulated i a scheme for tho the Atlan1 tic seaboard from Maine to the equa This was done in order to tain how far the navy of the United I States could operate successfully in j the Monroe doctrine if the i administration had to flglit to maintain The harbor of Thqmas in the Danish West Indies was included the great scheme of defense Ad miral Deweymapped The con clusions of the board were that the harbor of Thomas was essential to the handling and mobilizing of a great American fleet in an These facts show that there is every prob ability that Admiral Dewey will again make a strong report In favor of the purchase of the Progressing In tho advices received by the steamer Vic toria state that the Japanese aaval de partment is preparing to establish n steelplate factory at Kure at a cost of The plant will be in working order in three Baron Masahide of Tokyo has obtained from Director Sheng of the Chinese railway a concession for the erection of impor tant telephone which nect the largest cities throughout Chii The preliminary arrangements I now made contemplate that China Shall furnish the funds and the Japanese the experts and j Missing Tug Mystic drift ing helplessly for two days on Lake Superior in storms which driven much larger vessels to the tug Mystic ot Duluth was picked up and towed to this The Mystic was engaged in towing a raft of logs to Houghton when her machinery broke leaving the boat without motive Her long absence without be ing reported at any point gave rise to fears for her and she had been given up for lost with her entire Beyond the effects of the exposure to which were the crew are all Worlds Walking oclock Cavunaugh broke the twentyfourhour worlds covering 120 miles and eight laps in twentythree hours and five The best previous rec made by George Carlwriglit on a Eeventeenlap was 120 miles and seven PERIL FROM FOREST Flnmei Within Hulf Mile of Town auf Swfopiiiff to dispatches received here forest fires are raging In Uie vicinity of Red Bud and Alto Popular and North of the first named the woods along the Black creek and Richland creek bot toms are on and the farmers are fighting hard to save their Farm property in the vicinity of Al to is In great danger from forest which raging in the timber west and south of Dense smoke envelopes the The townspeople turned out last night In response to the country peoples call for md are strenuously fight ing the encroaching The fire is within half a mile of town and coming before Much fencing and several young fruit orchards have already been Forest fires have broken out south of Poplar The sky is cov ered with dense of smoke and great damage to property is Hunters who been driven in on account of the Intense heat and smoke report wolves and other game fleeing north to escape the A telegram from stated that plant ot the Culver Lumber and Manufacturing Company was with several thousand feet of Former Himlcor Is the office of president of a bank to a cell in the Central station on a charge of ab sconding with la the fate of John former president of the Stoughton National bank of Dane For over two years Joyce has been police of the principal cities of the At times so hofrwns the pursuit that he was forced to visit foreign soil in the hope of escaping one Telentlesa pur suer who has followed him since May who at one time was thought to be worth over is accused by the residents of Stoughton with receiving money when he knew his bank to be Killed by Mountain San En Lower comes the news that two hunters the moun tains east of Santa Catarina landing came upon the corpse of a white partly eaten by Borne wild Near by was a This the hunters watched and were rewardedbyseeing a mountain lion emerge from They killed the Tho body has been identified as that of Frank a Nonvesan Siiitenco for j accused of murdering the j KiOkow couple and burning their liomo and life sentence in the stsii prison at The prisoner broke down and the women spectators became hysterical when the sentence was Klglit Knllorn May Bo old schooner with night men on is drifting about in Lake Huron at tha mercy of a terrific west if she has not already plunged to the Another Mutineer Council the leader the Port Leavenworth prison was re captured near Council Grove after a battle with One coifvict waa fatally Gnrdner IVlns a Fast ten rounds of fast fighting Eddie Gardner of was awarded the decision over Jesse Shipp of New Teloffruphlu Major McBrlde of the Transvaal Irish brigade presented with a sword In Purls by committee of In his speech he declared the time ripe for Ireland to fight Governor Beckham of Kentucky re plied to Governor Durbin and scored him for refusing to honor requisition for Bull killed a farmer at and afterwards attacked a loco Delegation of Chicago business men called upon President Roosevelt and urged legislation to establish new de partment of industry and Report on Rosin pre liminary report on the turpentine and rosin industry of the United States has been issued by the census showing the extent of the Industry in the census year of as compared with According to this state ment the total value of these two prod ucts for 1900 was against for 1S90 the number of es against 670 the capital against the average number of against the total wnges against and the cost of materials against Columbia Met la IVu New Is said on trustworthy authority that Wn Ting Chinese minister to the United Siaics nml eminent is a has been to fii the chair of Chi nese literature founded last July at Columbia The regular monthly meeting the trustees was held last and it is known that the subject was discussed here but not made Minim OH Council trial of the DeyleIiurnn raining in volving title to mining property in Colorado worth has been be gun asain bDtcie Judge Macey in the District UnitSd States Senator leading counsel for Burns Scott Ashton and ex with several other Col orado attorneys and fifty ar rived early in the Mutrlnmiihil Kansas Miller and alias Grace alias Grace for merly of and San whu wcro convicted of us ing the mails to defraud in conducting a matrimonial were today sen tenced to a yenr and day in FnllH to Now Richard who filled the chair of political economy in Columbia univer killed last night by falling o the pavement from a fourthstory window of his home in West 27th After an investigation by the police it is believed his death was ac Sugar Ten Points New Brothers and Son have reduced all grades of refined sugar ten Fugitive Nejrro fs Des po lice arrested a colored man who they believe is Bsssie the negro wanted at The po lice seem to be confident that they have the right He fits tlie de Mity Not lie is a doubt among Montana sheriffs as to the identity of the man under arrest in Louis charged with the robbery of the Great Northern express near Wagner last New Constitution turns from the election on the ratifi cation of I he new constitution indicate Its adoption as Dies In the New Crane of committed suicide at tlie Gilsey house by taking carbolic GALE ON BRITISH Many Vessels Wrecked and ITtnvy Loss of May rain and are reported from all the coasts of the United King A fierce gale is blowing in the channel and mountainous aeas are run No less than half a dozen small vessels within sight of Dover are flying signals of and the lifeboats are vainly trying to reach A rocket apparatus has beensent to the South where an admiral ty vessel Is on the with the crew clinging to the Several vessels have been dismasted and tugs are rescuing craft which were driving At other channel ports there were similar exciting every are running for The steamer Cato collided with the British ship Loch which left Melbourne 16 for at the mouth of the The latter but the crew were Wild weather prevails over the lake The first snow is falling on the Westmoreland A number of coast towns suf fered damage to their sea walls and houses and several rivers have broken their banks and seriously damaged tlie low parts of inland Traffic in some of the streets of Blackburn has been There are several feet of water In many of the low Belfast Is flooded and elsewhere mills and schools are closed on account of the The seas are so high off the Tyne that shipping movements have been Even river traffic is partially Hundreds of shipyard men are idle on account of the abnormal There have been a number of wrecks on the Sunderland EDITORSG0TO Chicago Newspaper Alen Incarcerated for Contempt In Gas Trust Hanecy rendered judgment in the contempt of court case involving persons connected with Hearsts Chicago American and ordered Andrew manag ing and a re committed to the county jail for terms of forty and thirty the financial manager of the Hearst publi cations in New San Francisco and and John assistant city editor of the Chicago were discharged on their plea that they were not responsible for the publication of the articles and cartoons holding up the court to con tempt for its decision in the quo war ranto proceedings brought against the Peoples Gas Light and Coke company by States Attorney Owing to the fact that William chief stockholder in the cor poration known as Hearsts Chicago and Cartoonist Homer Dav enport and Glare Briggs were not found by the the case against them remains before the court until such time as thpy are brought within its jurisdiction by attachment or vol untarily present themselves for sen tence or discharge as the court may The case against Hearsts Chi cago o was taken under Dollar AVorth als from the interior of Colombia bring the news that the exchange of paper money has advanced to the highest point yet A United States dollar is actually worth in national currency in Bo gota and in department Merchants of Barranquilla believe that the value of the paper money will de preciate further and are holding as lit tle as They are converting all the paper money they get into cof fee and other Declines Financial New finan cial assistance was Indirectly offered to General Molineux for the con duct of the second trial of his Ro land at a meeting of his comrades in the Veteran Association of the One Hundred and Fiftyninth New York Volunteers last night in the Brooklyn Borough he responded that he appreciated the kindly feel ings of hia comrades but could not ac cept their material Will lie at Oyster Now is an nounced at Oyster that President Roosevelt and family will occupy their country villa on Saga more Hill ot Oyster Bay next The house is being renovated ami im and President while on his flying trip to Oyster Bay to inspected the To some of his former friends Presi dent said they would see more of him next Irish Ground for a meeting of the committee of the Ballymote County Sllgo brunch of the United Irish League letters of apology from persons who had been seen speaking to a car driver who drove Ire the po lice and worked for unpopular persons were Two other persons apolo gized vorbiilly for similar To Dulryiueu In an nual convention of the Iowa State Dairymens Association opened with about 100 delegates in On Wednesday and Thursday there will bo fully twice that This meet ing the place of the national con anil in vlow of that fact there urt proniliKnt men hero from the eutlre MBER Our line of FELT SHOES Is more complete than ever As we can give jou the best for the least ts BUYS our Opi all Felt Easy Buys our Kid Felt Top An good thing at the Bays a nice Dongola Kid Lined throughout arid In eftLL HLL WHITE dSHUMACK CASH DRY GOODS SHOE HOUSE SUCCESSORS TO Davis Lumber Company and all kinds of Building Material and Coal Quality the Quan tity pracitcally 36en OR A PERFECT FIT AM GCOD CO TCJH ill WFpny THF i 1 SATISFACTION IF YOU WANT A NICE FRESH oast or QO TO PARK MEAT Ban ft IOWA ORGANIZED CA ITAL SURPLUS ALEXANDER D A Jackso Eovnan Transacts jfoeral Irp I rtfftitiur rc Iht ft f Pi i L m mm R Ownthe i Books in Linn the system follrwen t e preparation of its work can b done promptly ana absolute Investigation courttd and patronage nerH Nitary wvk given special attention S Presi den Vice Secretary and I   

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