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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 23, 1902, Mason City, Iowa                                1 THE CORRECT MAKIiJa 16 PAGES WUIS DAILY OFFICIAL AEJL VOL ix MASON CITY IOWA THURSD4Y JANUARY 23 1902 NO 4 GOY CUMM1SS IIIAUGUSATEB Sive TlKmspiiel citizens Witness the New GovunxtiV imiixtiiin Dos Moiiies tan m of Governor A B Cum mins took ar p m yester day with imposing ceremonies it Auditorium and in the presence of people parade which place from the state house through the Stleots ho city md jo the Auditorium was escorted by five com panies of the stare iiiiiirii and con sisted of the full of the legislature ito olikiaiB exgovernors United Dolliver ju carriages At die the exercises were by lieutenant Governor Mihitna iJerristm of the Episcopal chureh delivered the invoca tion and Vviis immediately followed by the administering of the oath of cilia to Govoruor Cummins y Chief no tice Scott M Ladd The governor delivered his address At the tlo governor was es corted by the members or the legisla ture in carriages to the slats house ho took charge of the oiliec evening Governor and Mrs Cummins held a reception at the state house Bes iloiiies Tnn Pemr eravs of the general in ienit caucus Wednesday aftvvnoon atod JudgeK H Thaycr of Clinton and exlteprefemative John J Secrley of Burlington as eamlldatcs for Unit ed States senators agfiinst Allison ami Dollivor Senator Thomas Lambert of ixihtilii presided Ail reference to the silver or gold sentiments of the candidates was oiuiued in the caucus The silver men were in tin minority and realized that any attempt they might make to Jiomiuato a radical sil ver man would be detento Judge Thaycr is recognized as a sound money Democrat aud Ur Roor ley is not a to 1 supporter T llrilnps of Ottuinwa recently a Dem ocratic caiulklalc for governor re ceived but throe votes for the nomina tion The also selected a trus tee for tin State Xormul school at Falls to succeed George II ilullia of Washington Exsenator W A Melntyrc of Otiumwa was chosen by a vote of 22 to 0 LOCOMOTIVE BOILER EXPLODES Wrecks a 1ast Train mill Kills Two ILtn lluit Victor Jan Denvei limited on the IJook island read was at this place early by the explosion of the locomotive er as the train was rnnniijg throng town at a good rate of speed The en gine Avas demolished and every coacl was thrown from the Iraik Init strangely enough none of the passen gers was hurt JOngiiieor of Brooklyn and ilnmnn iioar of Valley wore killed and two porters ami a brake man were slightly injured The accident occurred withii feet of the station and the noise ol the explosion aroused every person in the iieees of the wrecked enj Kine were strewn around for a of feet aud tho bollewas fonnri I 150 f0t away from the scene nf the accident Tlie cause of the explosion will never known to the death of the engineer and lirenian in a Letter Declares for Reciprocity with tho Cuban People HEEE3 A MOSAL QUESTION the tiie Mattri1 pea to C Stand Chicaso Ap IOWA S3SATOS3 EL Allison and ISoliiv1 Des Jfoics I yesterday both i i i 2 p m j legislating voted separately upon the selection of twe members for the rnit nes or i cu States senate ihis is the second time in the histury of jown that aleg islature has r States j senators The vote was a strict pariT vote In the senate William Alii son and Jonathan received thirtysix votes and E II Thayer of Clinton and John J ieoriey of Brr j lington Democrats got tenvotes tlie house Allison and hail eightytwo votes and Thayer and Sver i ley fourteen votes i Lieutenant Governor Herriott ere nted something of a surprise in the I legislatureyesterday when he an nounced tiie committees for the sen ate in staling to tiie senate in a speech that the membership of the committee cf ways and means and judiciary committee had been selected by him i The obligations arising from these with a view of reforming the present I considerations cannot be better railroad legislation in the matter of j more defined than was dons by IT Jan B Fiivvihar the head of the works and prominent in affairs has re ceived the follnwing letter from cx 1residejit in reply to one sent him by relative to the relations of tiie United States with Cuba The ietter is dated Westland Princeton N Jan 21 iarquhar I only sniiiciontly recovered from my ill to be about a iiiiie and ride out limited way Toraorrow 1 hope uJ a trip to the in the ration that my health will be reinstated by the outing ived your letter yesterday as much impressed by the ninn i which yet discuss our The arguments io the tariff based upon our matori i are fallacious ns snuree the ageiiciLii of their propa and spieal cannot fail to be ivctignixed by every holiest patriotic cilixon with shame and It rae liowever that this sub ject involves of moral ity and eciiseieuce higher and more day by day the interest grows and the crowds are more enthusiastic To the careful housewife the GREAT JANUARY DISCOUNT SALE offer wonderful price op i i taxation MOTEEE SSFEMS EEB BABS iruto Kor atl Shts liiin a Jan Anna lingelage was beaten almost to deatli at her homo at AAilderman Station near here Sunday by Henry The man tried to force attention on her She repeiled him This en raged him and he picked up a poker aud started toward her baby which was sleeping in its crib saying be would kill it Mrs Engehige rushed between him and her child and he struck her in tlie face She fell beside the stove under which a hatchet was lying She seized this and regaining her feet struck White in the head with it knocking him down he could rise she snatched her baby from its crib and ran from the house with her clothes torn to tatters aud covered with blood from head to foot Shi ran a mile along the country read to the house of neighbor Physicians think she cannot rivover White barricaded j himself in fie IIMISC but was drttgged I out and up j LIlfCOLN I IVill SiUt in i Finish Sioux City Jan 1 lieall who was expelled from the Western Base a Mil League at Kansas City for unloading the Minneapolis franchise declares since his return home that ho will Ssrht the Western League to a fin ish to Kirj HcXinley Day DCS Moines Jan Onmmins ismod a proclamation day urging ill people to make fan a day of special contributions to the JIcKiuley memorial fund lie suggests also licit dale IIH aside for pa triotic exercises In every school house to be the occasion of gifts from teach ers and pupils Tor the monument CSOKBSS AJHEU TO POLITICS Given i u Silver Siivice ty liis IVoiv Vrlc New York fan Crokeiwas given a and a silver seivlce TiUsday night by the honorary stsilf of ihe lirst battery New York National In reply to the speech of Andrew Freedman iu presenting the service Cnvker said in part I want to say tliat 1 have retired from politics for good and all time to come I heen at the head of our organisation willi your assistance for seventeen yesirs exactly Ihis nionth feel now that it is my duty as Mr Kelly felt seventeen years ago to lay down the bibor ot the leadership I to do the work for ovoi teen years and liae now put it en the shoulders of a younger and mori progressivse nvau I have no doubt our will say There is a string tied to this Croicer doesnt tj get i Dy iiisident Ileescvelt in his mage jt iir better eniphnsixed has heen dene by Seirerary loot and yet waits Yvhile vre o cnslonally hear of concessions which rich sugar interests might approve iu behalf if trembling Cuba 1 do not be lieve that nations any more than indi viduals can safely violate the rules ol honesty and fair dealing there is no escape thereToue I will not lieve that with1 all our line words aud loftprofessions our embrace of Cuba means the contagioii of deadly dis An Aipel from Clilengr Chicago bin a meeting of tho Illinois manufacturers association yesterday wenadopted en treating he president and the congress to creat such reciprocal trade rela tions with Cuba as will enable it to maintain and continue the good gov ernment given it and the United Suites to keep iis high character among the nations TSE KAftKETS tlraja and Jroilnca Chicago Jan 22 the quotations on the One Half orice All All All AH AH A1S Big Big All All ladies coats onehalf price misses and chiidrens coats at one half price tailormade suits onehalf price fine wool bed blankets over in value one half price millinery onehalf price sample dolis onehalf price lot of toys at onehalf price lot of fur collarettes scarfs muffs at one hall price capes onehalf price silk waists over in value one half price OneFourth Off blegant collarettes muffs onefourth off Big lot of choice dress and street skirts onefourth off Choice black and colored silk waists j under value onefourth off I Choice of fine silk petticoats at one fourth off Big lot of womens fine underwear one fourth off Cashmere hose for children at onefourth off AH the dress goods in the house at one fourth off Januiir Mav July iarh iEH tevi oi ot ii Session an will j be a of animal meetings of or agricultural societies if No in lUginning Jionday evening with the session ol agiicnii tural the University of Ne braska and iontinniiig until Friday there be meetings uf the state board of agriinluire Xcluaska Dairy mens association wiiic Breeders and Fine 8tock reederx jissociaiions Vet tTimiry liedical assticialion Unroc letsiy Hrerders association Stale Farmers Institute 1oultry associa tion and Irrigation tion os f dilTerent in terests arc present from every part of the and from South DaKoa Illinois Missouri and Kansas in with the meet ings are ponh ry and dairy prodtict ex hibiis MUSCULAR BOWIE CERISTIAJIS nn Wl out ail BSYAS but they are entirely mis TlHy U ariciKi Kenosha Ian 11 AY 1ellcy nf ibis ciiy went to sfltlenieiii on Hie iianks of Lake Micliigan on Friday afternoon to visit a sick friend and on her pres ence being discovered she was forc ibly ejecled from the house in which her cousin lay receiving bruises for which she will ask damages Mrs was formerly a member of the Christian Catholic but left be cause she did mil agree with the ten ets of the sect after invesligalion into the life of the cuiiiiiitiiiily Her cousin Harry Unby was in jured in a railroad accident and taken to for treatment Mrs Policy stales that she advised him to have a surgeon called ami iliis was what raised lie ho of the of their aiua initer at the Uni cjnb and 1isLeiUd to of Wiliiam 1 iud Oovenioi1 Yates Ior i he continuance of the life of the iiislitiition Roth the governor of Illinois arid the former candidate for jiresident exiiresiuxl their loyalty to the college Colonel lryan also took occasion to include in his plea all of the smaller colleegs of the country lie decried the practice of million aires who gave large to great miiiversilies and ex tell ed Dr D K Pearsons for his aotiviity in behalf of the smaller schools Tho Xebraskan declared that he was not certain that the building up of the large universi ties did not have a bad effect upon tho country Oiitlircak IaCrosse Ian is feared there will be an Indian outbreak in this vicinity should the government or der compelling Indians to abolish old long liaJr blankets painted enforced Chief White Eagle of the Winnebago camp opposite tliis city declares these are sacred privileges and should the order bfenforced they will protect the cus toms by shedding their blood Thomas Not iuilty olMuriler DCS Mninos Ian Thomas was discharged by Justice Duncan Tuesday and the charge of murdering Mabel Seholield against him was dismissed Tho magislrate held that the stale did iot even establish fact that murder had been done much connect Thomas with tlw crime Phi dismissal occurred after the stiite rested MR WILLSONS EGG No 1 green Hides No 2 green Wool medium AH Teams Look Alike to John coarse unwashed and C N Dake Has a Hunt to Tallow Sheep pelt Recover fiis Fine Hen Fruit Tom Sheperd was in the city yester K M THE OAILYMARKETS Mason City Jan 23 BUTTER AND EGGS Eggs packers day aud when he untied his team at j Eggs grocers pay GlobeGazette office and prepared to I Butter packers return home he was greatly surprised j Butter grocers pay to find a box of especially fresh look ing and robust eggs in his buggy Wheat His first thought was that some j Corn fancier had given him a surprise but Oats his second thought was a good one Bye GRAIN for he decided some one had put the Flax egss in his vehicle by mistake aud wild that the proper thing would be to Hay tame turn them over to the journal of j civiliaxtioii aud they would find their j way to tlie proper channels Tlie j very factthat it was proposed to adj vertise them brought good results i Obituary Simon Lawrence G N Dake hnd arrived from Buiell jTr jjrs iunaland brought With him a box j u of this March d 1ST HEAT May HEAT 711 CORN MMV Cattle open 10 cents lower Sheep open steady close steady Mixed f 75 tf6KOGo Heavy f 10 tofi KouTli 5 to OOo Lirht 5 rr to i 10 Bulk 6 00 i ao Hogs left over Estimate for Fri containing several of tlie finest Cerro Gordo county ben fruit raised in the little town on lowa and iu Now nexico jau receipts for he liUiOii sais pigs for rougii packing for heavy pins lots with the at Catttle mated day in 000 ranged nt 7 10 for choice to extra steers fur good to choice do for fair to good common to me dium for butchers steers foil western steers heifirs bulls and oxen stass Teas steers and veal calves Sheep and Estimated receipts for the day quotations ranged at westerns na tives western and native lambs Strjiyvd in Ifer NiiTit n Bay City Ian Tho dangliter of Alfred a farmer in Monitor township wandered away in her iriglur rebe Sunday night while demented Monday morning she was found nearly dead from exposure ly ing in a ditch two miles from home The girl is 20 years old The doctor says she is badly frozen and will prob ably die anurilpox in Indianapolis Iai health say tho smallpox situation in Indianapolis is becoming serious Tlie pest house at tlio city hospital is crowded about as many people as the citys financial condition will permit arc under ipiarantine nnd new cases develop farmer by jmture if not by avocation monhs nillo years was one of the first to see tlie riuo lie uu and 1ms been in I j display nnd immediately I pnor evn moncis j for a few dozen borrowing Che box i ol llisi he went ro IN ovtli I witb tiie baanne of the eggs to take for his iieilirh and was im1 the purchased ones home in ReturnI thinking that perhaps i ing be promised to leave the box in I fc wnllW stiu bo for him in tlio Mr Dakes buggy But be reckoned sonfch for tho wintor he decided ro go wrong and placad itinstead in tho j to TCW 3iexieo anu inasmuch bnpgy of Tom Sbepburd Eggs are j hommorliaso of tbo lungs set iu dur hovering around 25 cents a rlonen and ins tiime ot attack of pncn are therefore good property Mr j monia from bad been Dake at once began to juvestiate to j ever since and not knowing js death it is lindtbe wlserabouts of and j tlie exact upuse contents John Willson scat of all j tiuu iiemmorrhagfi tlie trouble dropped into the office to occurred which caused his sudden figure on some business and spied the was converted to Cmd and ease of gems He recognized the box a Of the United Bvan at once and luitifiedplr Dake who at soijcai Tnn onring once came aud reclaimed his property i Rev H Borobards pastorate He This in simple is tlio cale of tho sale faitliful to God and tiie loss and return of a ease of eggs j untii cailed to his eternal re through newspaper advertising warfl Ho ieaves to mourn bis de I parture a and mother four brothers and one sister one sister hav ing preceded him by a few months besides many relatives aim friends The funeral took piaee Friday at 2 p Tan 17th at the Methonist Evangelical church at Nora Springs Iowa conducted by Rev P Bolxer antl issisced by G Water man of Stilson Tho remains were interred in Nora Springs Wednesday LIVE STOCK AND 00 Hogs heavy over 225 Ibs Hogs light iindev 220 Ibs 5 00 Steers 1 Cows 55 so Shoep Spring Lambs Turkey a Geese Dunks HIDES AND WOOLS Hide No 1 cured Hidos No i cured i 00 C 00 00 4 00 50 5 00 i 13 May God in His infinite morcy com fortand console tho broken hearts with His word and spirit until they will bo reunited in henven Notice To the stockholders of the Com mercial Bank iul whom it may concern Yon are hereby noritiod that a nicer ing of the stockholders of the Com mercial Sayings Bank will be held in the directors room of said bank at Mason City Iowa 011 tho Crh day of February at 10 oclock a for the purpose of amending the articles of incorporation of said Com mercial Savings Bank inereasiing tho capital stock of said t five thousand dollar to sixty thousand dollars and for tho purpose of amending the articles of incorporation of said bank so that tlie board of directors of said bank shall consist of nine persons instead of seven persons You are eacli and all of you requested to be present and participate in the business of said meeting Witness our hands at Mason City Iowa this 21st day of January A IX JAMES E BLYTHE President GEO C WINTEK Cashier I R KIRK J W ADAMS E B HIGLEY A S Directors Rev B Bolzer received upon con fession of faith a member into church fellowship at tho Hackberry grova school houso last Sunday afternoon   

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