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   Marion Register (Newspaper) - November 25, 1901, Marion, Iowa                                VOLUME LINN NOVEMBER PUBLISHED TRIWEEKLY Expose of a Scheme to Capture Dawsbrii Eight Men Trapped While Investi gating a Recent Filipino Insurgent Contemplating an Attack on WOULD SEIZE ALL ARE GIVEN UP AS j Order of the Midnight Sun Numbered Several Hundred1 When Conspiracy J Discovered by Hccrot j Canadian Government Working on oat Men AH High In Mining Circles In west Party Driven Buck by Deadly At tuck Nov Times prints the following from There was an organized conspir acy secure the bar racks of toe Northwest mounted po lice with their arms and loot thebanks and pillage of the rich norttera gold facts are James formerly of this Is now head of lije secret service of the Northwest mounted He Is in this city and says that not only was there a conspiracy to loot but the schemehatched by the conspirators was a very Had Its ex istence not been by the se cret service of the Yukon and nipped In thebud he declares the conspir ators could have accomplished their and after tailing Dawson could have held that place and the Yukon for sixweeks or two The conspiracy was born Dawson and had abranch at no existence in any other place to south of although efforts to the assistance of proBoer sjmpathizers In Seattle and other points In the United It was at Dawson that the plot was made last Several American had drifted to gpt together auJ formed an organiza tion which was called the Order of the Midnight A number of oth ers were gathered in and the order grew until there were several hundred adherents in when the members of the secret service in the Yukon became aware oi its has transpired that the mounted police have been tracing up an alleged con spiracy to seize the Yukon The last dispatch which the mounted police Department has received on the subject was dated November It was trom Superintendent of Bawspn and reads he discovered whereaboutsinSkag way of papers relating to the conspir acy to seize United States refuses to release unless Snyder makes affidavit as to of he cannot Am satisfied such conspiracy Snyder is one of the It is said that tlie papers have been re moved from At any they were not all high In mining and including the state are be lieved to have perished In the South west Virginia Improvement Com panys where they went to investigate the recent fatal explosion arid flre in the Baby The men entered the sbatt at 11 and at a late hour none had A rescue party attempted to reach but was driven back by black Assistant Superintendent who led this was overcome and is In a critical Efforts to Recover the A consultation Is now being held in the companys offices at Pocahontas of the different mining experts from the Flat Top these experts hav ing been rushed to Pocahontas by spe cial train late in the All efforts are being used to recover the bodies of the inspecting but no hopes are entertained that any of them will be found It was sup posed that the Baby mine proper had been cut off from the west mine for the purpose of operating the other The large fan In the west mine had been started at an early hour in the and at 11 oclock It was thought that all gases ing from the recent flre had been forced from the main portion and it was considered safe to List of the Those who are believed to have met death are Superintendent Walter OMalley of the Pocahontas Collieries State Mine Inspector Wil liam chief coal in spector for the Gurran Bullit company of Philadelphia Rob ert chief coal inspector Mor ris Clair and William sub stitute coal Inspectors Fraizer mining and manager of the Shamokin Coal and Coke company of All are TTo roluon In ments in Hoboken lightened the clouds have been hovering around Elizabeth Dale since her five year old died with all the symptoms of strychnia assisted by two eminent spec ialists performed an antopsy upon the childs remains anc If is said that no found in the The examination by the specialists seems to bear out Kudlichs reiterated declaration that Emellne Dale was not murdered by her Armour Plant mour packing located on the front in the part of the was The firemen abandoned the building and endeav ored tb save the large freighthbuse Ohio Armours packing house and office were twenty pr jnore box ioaded with were badly Ohio freighthouse was saved with some to Imprisoned by via Haytlan be lieving that a conspiracy to overr throw hlni causefl the arrest at Ramon tho minister The president also brought about the arrest at Cara cas of a number of partlsansaf Ramon among them being who claims to be a French The arrest have caused a great Joachim Garldo succeeds Ramou Guer ra as minister of Stricken During Lecture professor of chemistry atthe Michigan Agricultural College since and formerly president of the American Health was stricken with paralysis while ing a afthe Hit entire right Is involved and ho U At noon Professor Kod who Is 78 years of had Im proved and the physi cians attending him believe ttvat he will Rough Rider for one of men who served with the Roosevelt rough riders in Cuba and one of the leading officers of that famous is fo be ap pointed governor of Arizona if Presi dent jappsevelt carries out his present He will succeed Nathan the present It Is the President believes has lost caste with tie Republicans of the Plot to Defltroy 1 at tempt was made to blow up and burn the British steamship of which is here loading a cargo of cotton for The plan was frustrated by a workman discovering strewn in the lower hold of the vessel a large quantity of heads of This led to an and some twenty cannon twelve Inches in were found jammed tightly between the bales of In each Instance matches had been placed in the heads of the crackers with the heads and In such a man ner that the least friction would strike the matches and ignite the ex tleraone prompts n Mor ris of the British bark Blrnan Wood committed suicide as his vessel was entering in a flt of remorse over the killing of a When the boat anchored at Mobile quarantine station Mate In reported that on 18 Captain Morris killed the The body was burled at The captain remained in his cabin pacing up and When informed that Sand Island light was sighted at 4 he gave the mate cqurgei then picked qp a sea Jumped pverboard and was BonlneH most dra matic scene marked the trial of Ida uBonine when the revolver that killed Ayres was exhibited and identi fied by a witness who further described at length the room of the Kenmore Hotel he had found it after the Through all this painfql pr Bqniue main tained absolute self Great Gus strike In foot gas well came in on tins Honbs four miles south of this Gas was struck at 4 the tools were thrown and the drillers had to run for their The well is equal if not than the Wal lace struck near seven years Futiilly Hurt by Tang ney proprietor of the Topelta Avenge Hotel in this struck on j head about oclock by a heavy jiammer In the Itniuia of a whom lie surpilicd In tlie act of rob I bing the hotel Tanguey Is not expected to Th burglar Veteran IB An tolne Neustadt of 78 years one attorneys in southern mul for years law partner of HaiJIey was run pown and t i t y killed by an electric par at Tax on i New According to general Irs ot Cornelius Vanderbilt Into the coffers of AN OFFICER IS Wholesale Surrenders an the Island of Captured Filipinos Show Evidences of Suffering nud Hunger Patrolled by It has been offi cially reported to General Chaffee that the insurgent leader Caballos has fully armed including a number of American under his com mand in Laguna An insurgent officer has just been cap carrying papers dated Laguna and signed by The prisoner admits that Caballos has men with him and contemplated attacking This probably accounts for the fact that yesterday the telegraph lines were cut near Mauban and in several places the supporting poles were found to have been News received here trom the Island of Sainar is encourag although up to the present time there have been no wholesale surren ders of The Filipinos captured there by our troops show evidences of suffering and The coasts of the islands are closely patrolled by gunboats and the use of the search light makes it almost impossible for the natives to land food on the island for the The patrolling gunboats have captured over in and worth of hemp upon which a tax had been paid to the insurgents has been The system of taxation and the col lection of taxes maintained by the in surgent leader Lubkan were perfect and exhaustive in every particular and produced revenue from mar cock and from the fish ponds of Hemp was the most important feature of com Two per cent of its price was given to the local who collected the majority of the islands from those natives who had sworn allegiance to the United and turned it over the rebel au Smallpox is raging in the southern islands of the The United States Philippine eommis slon is preparing an act to compel ev erybody to be DAILY MARKET Who May Corn May Oats May Pork May Lard May Chicago Hoard of at Murdered for Bis Noto and Tocco employed by the Chicago Alton railroad at Sher have been missing for several The body of Noto has been found In an abandoned well that His throat had been Bloodstains and evidences of a search for booty in the house occupied by Noto and Flllipo led to an investiga which disclosed the Strapped around the ankles of the dead man was It is supposed the mur derer knew Noto had the but threw the body Into the well without examining believing the cash was secreted in the No trace of Fil Upo has been Will Not Speak for the of Wartrace has re signed the honor of being member of the Princeton debating team which is to meet Yale December 6 to argue whether the enfranchisement of the negro has been Princeton has the affirmative ot the and being Imbued with the Southern could not conscientiously ad vocate tho and so withdrew from the He is one of the best de baters in the and his absence will have a weakening Influence on the Boat Under Water Two New Daron naval attache at and Lieutenant Herbert of tho bureau of stcum en gineering at inspected the submarine boat Fulton of the Holland company at Oue ot the tests was a submarine run of two at the end of which a torpedo was fired at a striking within three feet of the Captain Fer uen and Lieutenant Herbert wore mi IOSD fq was discovered in the warehouse of Rather and in a few minutes the entire Depot Hill district was In As a result of tho flre about worth of property is in Rather lost Earttonan Reed Par iy Tompkins ofld Crow l iicf or Tho has made tho following ap William chief of rani of brigadier general James colcue of Francis lieutenant colonel of In antry James major of Second lieutenants of in George Edwin Franklin John Leonard Leonard Thomas Moor Eli Hughes colonel of cav alry Earl lieutenant of cavalry Charles Maigne and Frank second lieutenants of cavalry Beecher with rank of major Herbert Thomas Marshall and Wil liam Le assistant surgeons of rank of captain James second lieutenant artillery corps Thomas pro visionally first lieutenant Philippine William B Missis consul at Jamaica Charles of Co consul at San Juan del Herdllska was recent ly appointed to the Kingston consul but arranged a fcansfer to the con sulate at San Juan del MOVEMENTS OF Lorenzo and Men Advancing from Pcnonomo to New The Heralds Colon Colombia correspondent cables the following concerning military movements in that vicinity It Is an nounced by the insurgents that one ot their Victoriano with is advancing toward Chorrera from which about twentyfive miles from the for mer a liberal reports that there is another force of about 600 near and news of an attack ia expected UrlbeUribe will arrive in Colon on it ia The arrival of who has been with the insurgents at is expected at Colon The navy department has received the fol lowing cablegram from commanding the battloehip Iowa Pa Secretary Washington Situation quiet and sat isfactory to All trains Would Bar Father To bar the Jeremiah Crowley from attandins services at the Cathedral of the Holy North State and Superior because authorities of the Ro man Catholic church had issued order oxcommunication against an application for an Injunction against him was made before Judge Murray Tuley by Attorney Thomas with Attorneys Edward Feehan and Connell as associate on behalf of the pastor of the cathedral to Christian a de cision handed down by Justice Mer win onehalf the estate of Moses valued at go to the Christian The charge of manslauhgter brought against members of the church for not allowing Davis medical attention Uie judge holds is too i Henrt Failure Kills Judge Lapsley of this city died suddenly at his home of heart When ha went to bed he was in good Ha was one of Alabamas most prominent anrt able He was a close friend and former law partner of Senator Itlock luiina at At nooA fire started iu Highwarts Bhoe stora and on account of the failure of the water supply the entire block was entailing of Four buBlnees houses and four resi dences with all their contents were Indictment for Fire New Flre Commis sioner John Scannell and William Marks were indicted charged with neglect of duty and with conspiracy to defraud tho city by furnishing supplies at exorbitant Kentucky Hullu Nqv It was an nounced that Miss HIsie prominent society leader of this VUl bo married to John a wealthy young early In Da Budget for minister of introduced in the unterhause the budget for In this the revenue is estimated at crowni and the at Telegraphic selected an the place of meeting for the next teachers nation si One man fatally hurt and two glrla injured by fall of elevator in Senator Allison in outlining the work of the coming declared tariff revision a partment ot commerce anj a Nlon raguan oaiml plan Expgota reciprocity with will be ar Repeal of war taxes Heavy river and harbor bill FATAL FIGHT OVER A Jenlona Ynnth nt shouts a Rival lu thu Hines In vited Elmer Dannenbarger to accom pany him on a buggy and when they were alone shot his guest in the producing a fatal The young men wero rivals for the affec tions of the same and Dannen barger seemed to be gaining a laad in the Revival services bad been in progress at Pleasant Valley near this and Dannenbarger and the girl have been Hints drove up to the sent in a mes sage to Dannenbarger to come out and then invited him to get in the buggy and talk it After pro ceeding a quarter of a mile the shot was Dannenbarger is dying and Hines is under Biff Tax on Car ments aggregating and in volving over in 1900 taxes were made by the state board of equal ization as the fair cash value of the capital stock of the north and west side traction companies of Chicago over and above the assessments on their tangible The Chicago Union Traction the Chicago Consolidated Traction company and all the street railway corporations allied with those two big concerns are the companies The valuations were made within half on hour after Judges Grosscup and Humphrey in the United States Circuit Court dis solved the restraining order which en Joined the equalizers from imposing new assessments on the traction com panies French Colonists in Revolt situation In the French Kongo is It is reported that the natives of ffie entire colony are in revolt and that many agents of the French government have been surrounded In outlying stations and are now abandoned to their relief expeditions which were sent in some instances having been driven back or one of theprincipal towns in the is expected to fall into the hands of the natives at any According to reports received here the colonys con dition is considered Kills Ticket Scalping state law prohibiting ticket scalping has been declared unconstitutional bythe Court of The law was passed by the last legislature and In the case decided that of Clarence Flelsch a ticket broker against the sheriff of Erie was given its first test case in the In affirming the judgment of the court the Court of Appeals stands upon a decision rendered in the case of a like statute declared to be unconsti tutional two years Mnrrlod SixtyThree and Edward Bertholf celebrated their sixtythird wedding anniversary Bertholf not only holds the matri monial record of Schuyler but the political one as The number of years he has held positions in coun ty and township aggregate 115 He was school treasurer and Justice of the peace for twentyone and has been county clerk and cir cuit Clem Studcbalcer May South Studebaker has a fighting chance for his although he is still in a criti cal Daugherty gave out the following statement Studebaker has passed a good day for one who is so and he has a fighting chance for his Dining the day he haa taken nourishment and is now In a rational We recognize that he is still in great dad1 Grover Cleveland Is come from Princeton to the effect that former President Urover Cleveland Is 111 at his homo at that Cleveland recently returned from a gunning was taken ill with a chill and was threatened with pneu Inquiry at his home elicited the information that he is very much His condition is not under stood to be Iugo Uolug to New dispatch to the Herald from Colon says that Lugo Is ou his way to Colon from Chorvera to take charge of the cam Banera declares that tho insurgents can resist any attack by the government Bank President president of the Germantown National died He recently returned from whore ho had gone for the benefit o his He well known iu financial circles in the Lord En Itoute to New viceroy of crossed the frontier of says a dispatch from Ran goon to the London Times and New York He will arrive at Man dalay next New Plot lu JohnnueflbUK conspiracy has been nipped In the Twenty arrests were made at mid night Tuesday In houses in various parts of A great sensa tion Gamazo Is the former minister of io MANUFACTURERS SA TUESDAY AND Your chance to get a fine ftir gar ment from this We deliver any garment from this fine 2 DAYS ONLY 2 CASHDEY 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