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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 8, 1902, Mason City, Iowa                                16 PAGES MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE 16 PAGES THE CORRECT MARKETS BY WIRE DAILY OFFICIAL PAPER ALL THE TELEGRAPH10 AND LOCALNEWS VOL IX MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY MAY 8 1902 NO i6 South Carolinians the Feature ate Days Work TUErTS HIMSELF LOOSE ONCE MOKE TJtali and Kansas Have a Close Shave 1or the Direct Over Phil ippine Aflairs Washington May of the Philippine bill in the senate took a sensational turn again yesterday McComas of Maryland referring to the alleged cruelties of United States soldiers in the which he deeply of some of the cruelties which had occur red on both sides during the civil war Neither side he held was to be held responsible for those regretable occurrences as neither side approved of them In this connection he sug gested that the senators from South Carolina and Mississippi where there is less popular liberty thaii hi any were shouting loudest for con stitutional liberty in the Philippines These remarks drew a sensational re ply from Tillnaan who declared that it was no longer possible to sneer away the responsibility for the infamies committed by the Americans in the Philippines Instead of Appainattox What He discussed the situation in the south and declared that it had been knownprior to the conclusion of the war that in the south the reins of government were to be turned over to the negroes that would have been inaugurated a guerilla warfare in the swainps of the south that would have kept up indefinitely In his own state there were more negroes than whites and in Mississippi more colored than white people In order to maintain their self respect the whites he declared were obliged to take the reins of government in the sonth by whatever means they could the shotgun as one of the means Kefers to the Sand Referring to the reinauguratiou of white supremacy in South Carolina he that the whites had secured a majority of It might just as easily have been he said of They simply got such a ma jority as was necessary He referred to the outrages in the Philippines and then said lie had heard only of the application of the sand cure in the south He thought the sand as described was mild he declared we get ready to put a niggers face in the sand we put his body there The south would not submit to negro domina tion SAYS HElUJSLICAXS ARE Kansas and Utah Have a Close Call for Trouble He insisted that the Republican contention was that the negroes of the south were fitted to govern this country but that the Filipinos were not litted to govern themselves in the Philippines In the United States he maintained a serious nroblcm con fronted the negro might I letter try to solve thai than to huut for trouble in the the said lie there is i horror hauying over every household for this awful f rapine And yet you turn yiur had upon it and march to the hast ivhcre you murder and Imfclur and the poor Filipi nos iid yoi are doing all this in Uiu name of Chiisnanitv ami humanity i can sie tlie hypocrisy out oi you ail iii urged thai discussion ol the race question should cease Vii arc sain lie anuul our treatment ot uiu oi the south hoping il the sail time thai we not interfere wilii your gaiiiu of ioiiliry in the Philippines Wo will help us of tlu1 south to jict rid of the threat of nejm domina tion ivhieh hangs over us like tlie sword of Damocles Lyncliiiiys will continue us long as those lioiids rape our wives ami UurUm of Kansas declared that he never had heard a speech like that of It is he said that a senator in one breath should make an appeal for unsullied govern ment in the Philippines and in the next breath boast of crimes almost unparalleled in It was he said the evident purpose of Tillulau in his speech to give color to the state ments made heretofore that a Repub lican administration had inaugurated a policy of brutality unparalleled in history The senator has got my point ex interrupted Tillmaij The in famy rests upon the senators who helped to ratify the treaty of to which Clapp of Minnesota retorted that the statement was n reflection on William J Bryan Burton declared there was no au thenticated instance of the intentional killing of women or children by our troops in the Philippines and then reading extracts from speeches of Kawlins declared that they were false Rawlins challenged Burton to point out a false statement he had made Paraphrasing the remarks of Raw lins Burfou inquired When the sen ator asserts that we arc pursuing in the Philippines a barbarous a policy that is blacker than that Of Philip 1 of Spain the blackest in fuel in till IK tory and when he says that Talt and ChafltH and Whcaton ir and liuuston ato car Tying f his Volley of barbarity into cr fect what language does he expect me to use in characterizing the state After Burton had read the words of Rawlins from the record the Utah senator remarked The senator now has quoted me correctly And for statements I stand respon And for my comments upon replied Burton speaking slowly and emphatically I stand Ah exclaimed Carmack continued Bur ton the comment in the corner from the senator from lie then proceeded to a reply to Carmacks at tack 011 General Funston Slllliary liuiltUjig at Omalin Washington May S The bill es tablishing an army quartermasters building at Omaha to cost 000 has been agreed to by the house committee on military affairs TERRIFIC WIMP AND KAIN Docs a tot of Damage to Property In the South of Michigan Detroit May S A terrific wind accompanied by lightning and heavy rain passed over southern Michigan doing considerable damage At Pel ray where the Solvay Process com panys works are located the wind blew down two large traveling cranes operated at the Solvay works The damage is estimated at from to In Clinton county the storm did about worth of damage blowing down five buildings in Maple Rapids three of which weere res dences Charles Barnhart and his son were in a barn when it collapsed and they were buried in the ruins The elder man is thought to be fatally in jured At Owosso in Shiawasse county several peersons were struck by lightning Mrs Charles Wilkinson residing in Corunna was struck by lightning and it is thought she will die HERMANNS WIFE ARRIVES Bid Not Know of His Death Cntil She Kcachccl Lincoln Lincoln May S Mrs Euge nia Hermann wife of Bruno Her mann the young Austrian editor who died suddenly a week ago from the effects of an Overdose of sulphonal has arrived in Lincoln direct from Chicago She was 011 her way to Den ver and was not aware of her hus bands death until she reached here She did not intend to stop but had sent a telegram to have her husband meet her at the train Hermann was burieel yesterday She said she had been visiting with a relative at Chicago A gentleman a cousin was accompanying her to Denver Sirs Hermann was ques tioned concerning her marriage last March Shu insisted that she and Her mann were married by a court of jus Jce in New York city It develops that Hermann had his life insured for payable to his estate SAYS HE WAS ILEP UPON French Lecturer Rap nil fates Scncationul Statements Accredited to Him Chicago May S On April 29 a re port of a lecture delivered here In Hugues LeUoux was published and widely commented upon The lecturer was quoted ns saying that Captain Dreyfus hadconfessed to him his trea son to the French government as charged by the French war office At New York the French lecturer heard of this story and to the Asso ciated Press he denied that he stated that CaptainDreyfusliad confessed his guilt Leltoux says that he did not make any reference to Dreyfus in the lecture referred to and that the story widely published throughout the coun try was a pure invention Ticket of the Club Women Los Angeles May The nominating committee of the National Federation of Womens Clubs has completed he list of officers to be voted on today as follows President Sirs T S Denison New York first vice president Mrs Robert J Bur dottc California second vice presi dent Mrs Emma Fox Michigan re cording secretary Mrs William P Goad South Dakota corresponding secretary Miss Louise Pappenheim South Carolina treasurer Mrs Emma Van Vechten Town and auditor Mrs Noyes Wisconsin Cannot Collect the Subscriptions Lansing May Judge Wiest has granted a preliminary in junction restraining the Lansing St Johns and St Louis Railway com pany from beginning suits to collect subscriptions to stock made by the citizens along the line to encourage the road This was petitioned for by the trustees ol the subscribers who contend that the company has not yet fulfilled the conditions entitling it to the subscriptions but the whole ques tion was not passed upon Supposed Dead Soldier Ilulnrns Evansville May Al Hum mel who two years ago was reported killed in a battle in the Philippines has returned home The report caused his aged mother to go insane Since her boys return she is gradually re covering her mental strength and phy sicians say she will recover in a few Young Hummel enlisted with the One Hundred and Fiftyninth In diana regiment and was later trans ferred to service in the Philippines Conductor Killed In a Wreck DCS Moines May The break ing down of a tank car filled with oil caused a costly wreck on the Chicago Great Western at Talmago fifty miles south of here last night Conductor George Miller of St Joseph was killed The tank car fell from the bridge over the Grand river drug King with it three care including the caboose and the cars and bridge were burned Harvest of Death Now includes Rear Admiral Sampson and Bret Harte BOTH MBT AEE SUDDENLY CALLED Both Are Victims of Remarkable Coincidents iu Representatives1 Deaths Washington May Admiral William T Sampson retired died at his home in this city at 5 p ffl yes terday The immediate cattse of his death was a severe cerebral hemor rhage He had been in a semicon scious state for several days and yes terday noon suffered a severe cerebral hemorrhage At the bedside when the REAR ADMIRAL SAMPSON admiral breathed his last were Mrs Sampson Mrs Lieutenant Cluvcrius the admirals married daughter Ad miral Sampsons two young sons Ralph and Harold Dr Dixon the at tending physician and nurses and at tendants Arrangements for tlie Funeral The arrangements for the funeral of Admiral Sampson will be completed today It has been suggested to Mrs Sampson that the naval cemetery ac Annapolis would be a proper place for the last resting place of the remains while other friends have represented to her that he should be buried in Arlington cemetery near this city Admiral Sampson resided at Annapolis eight years during four years of which he was superintendent of the academy there Mrs Sampson prefers Annapolis but the matter will be defi nitely decided today The pallbearers have not yet been selected but they will include among thorn some of the captains of he ships of the licet which engaged in iie Santiago campaign Widow Be at the Funeral Mrs Sar suffered a slight ac cident fouidays ago while attending to the wants of the admiral and had been in bed since but got up when she heard of her husbands danger She probably will not be able to at tend the funeral senices A number of telegrams and messages of condo lence already have been received at the house among them one from Secre tary Moody The death of Admiral Sampson occurring late in the day there was no opportunity for any ac tion by the navy department for par ticipation in the funeral services Suit able representation however will be made including a detachment of blue jackets and marines DEATH OK IVKET HARTE Author of The of Koariiip Camp Goes from Hahor to Kest London May news of the death of Bret Harte the author whose birthplace was in the United States while his homo had for many years HAUTE been in England Avi send a thrill of regret through these islands and through all of North ada as well as United States For wherever the English language is spoken there llarte has admir ers and friends Death came to him Monday night at the Red House Camberloy noar Aldorshot and came suddenly being caused by a hemor rhage of he throat resulting from an affection of tlie tonsils Ilarto had been suffering from swelled lonsils since December last but he did not consider the attack to bo serious A week ago he went to visit friends at Camberley and was present at lunch as usual Monday Ho suddenly became ill in the after noon wont to bed and died in a few hours His end was peaceful ITarte bad in foryears JTos his limo in the country and when in London he was almost equally secluded hav ing few visitors to his rooms at Lan caster Gati and only going to the hull1 s of a limited number of very inli mte friends ancis llret llarte as he was is a ligurc that will stand in literature as long as books are primed His unique and powerful clearer today than it did forty years ago lie was born at AiUmy on Aug 11 bo wa California school OT and editor in i e n came a he was ap pointed secretary of lie States at San Francisco 1 Hiring those years he contributed many and poems to periodicals and showed the budding spak of his wonderful literary powers In 1SJS he became the editor of the OvirlamVMontlily when H was found ed Several his notable tales ap peared soon afterward In his poem Plain Words from Truthful popularly known as The Heathen made him a minis In 1871 r tl full tide of his he went e lived first Now York w iii in Boston He was appointed Ijllted States con sul at Crelicid in ard afterward transferred to Gasgow In July 1SS5 he went to London to live Three Consecutive Deaths of Representa tives ill the National House Washington May 7 Hardly had congress recovered from its surprise at the death of two members of the house in two consecutive days before it was apprised of a third A dispatch from Morristown N received here yesterday said Representative J S Salmon of the Fourth district of New Jersey died suddenly today at his home in Boonton Apoplexy was the cause of death He was 5G years old and was serving his second term in congress as a Democrat A widow two sous and a daughter survive When the house assembled yes terday there were three desks draped Never before had this happened at the same time And there was another stranger co incidence in these three deaths and one that may make a shiver run through the next batch of members appointed to take part in any obse quies and that is that Amos J Curu niiugs had been appointed on the com mittee to attend the Rosecrans obse quies at Arlington that Otey was on the committee to attend the funeral of Cummings and that Salmon was des ignated to attend the funeral of Otey SWINDLED BY A PEN COMPANY Which TooH in the Cash and Then Sup plied no Pens Owosso May dozen Owosso teachers have been taken in by a Now York fountain pen com panys swindle One of their number unconsciously acted as bait She paid for a pen and was to make ten copies of their chain letter each day to her friends and acquaintances for which she was to receive per week Everything went well for two weeks She got her pay She then told the scheme to a teacher friends They all sent in their each and at once began writing the letters to have a stock on hand ready for business The scheme has been shown up by the postolfice de partment as a fraud The teachers have no pen to show for their money arid nothing for their work except practical penmanship The first teach er has two weeks pay still coming QtJEBN WILHELffllNA WOESE Report That Her Condition Is Again Kx citiug1 Orave Anxiety The Hague May re ceived here from Castle Loo dated 1 oclock this morning declare that Queen Wilhehninas condition again excites irrave anxiety Another con sultation of he qucons doctors was held at 11 p in yesterday The re sult of this consultation is not known Extreme secrecy is as to the contents of the telegrams dis patched from Loo palace This aiui other measures are believed to indi cate that the condition of tier majesty is much graver Ilian appears from the official bulletins j is said is so weak that she has bei n unable to take iuy wmvishment since last Saturdav Reoonls of the lal Chicago May aro the scores recorded yesterday by he bast ball clubs League At Cincinnati American At I Boston r at ton 0 Philadelphia ii nt Baltimore oston iat Chicago i Cleveland 3 Association At neapolis Indianapolis 7 at Colum Columbus 5 at To Western At St 2 St Joseph 5 al Kansas rado Springs ft Kansas City at Now Hank In Illinois May final per mit has been issued by the state au ditor of public accounts to the Fulton bank of Gully of the British Commons Sustained by Both Vote and Voice IRISH MOTION IS SHOWED UNDEK AVliy ilotijllon WHS Dry Smuluy Moughton May he lirst time in over ten years Sunday was a generally dry Sunday in Hough ton Every saloon was closed both front and reaiv with all screen re moved and the empty barrooms in plain sight ludgo Sireeter lined forty five saloonkeepers Saturday for viola tion of the nw Conservativos and Ijiberals Uniting in Sustaining His touvy on the Peace Talk JEFF DAVIS London May Nationalist members of the house of commons un successfully attempted last night to force a vote of censure on the speaker of the house William Court Gully in connection with the suspension from the house week of Tolin Dillon the Nationalist who on March 20 ad dressed his words to Joseph Chamber lain the colonial secretary T J Moo uey Nationalist had previously given notice that he would move to censure the speaker and when Gully took the Chair the Conservative and Liberal members rose and greeted him with cheers The occupants of the Irish benches remained seated Mooney in moving his resolution declared that Dillons language upon the occasion in question had been parliamentary until he had been provoked by the grossly offensive and unparliamentary taunt from Chamberlain Rednioud Assumes Responsibility John Redmond in seconding the motion said he formally accepted re sponsibility for it and the fact that the member who had been insulted belonged to the minority while the offender was a prominent member of the government aggravated the case Redmond said he hoped the rules en forced against the Irish members would also be used to protect them in tihs foreign parliament Balfour the government leader declared Mooneys resolution a grave abuse of privilege intended to bring the authority of the chair into disrepute CampbellBan uerman also sustained the speaker and Mooneys motion was defeated by a vote of S3 to iiJS Speaker Given an Ovation This attempt to force a vote of cen sure was made the occasion of a re markable demonstration of sympathy for and confidence in the speaker After the division the whole house with the exception of the Irish mem bers again arose and with heads un covered cheered Gully lustily In the lobbies and galleries which wire un usually crowded especially with aris tocratic ladies the speaker was the recipient of numerous congratulations NO CONCKSSIOXT TO J5O13KS Salisbury Declares Jut One Kind of Peace Is Wanted London May a speech to the Primrose league yesterday Lord Salis bury said the government had not re ceived an iota from its previous peace terms with the Boers He congratu lated the league on the staunch sup port given to one result of which was that Great Britain now supreme in Egypt while with regard to Ireland the country need no longer fear the in sane suicidal projects of imperial dis ruption supported by many of the op position At the same time he said the coun try must not expect tlu ashees of past conflicts to be extinguished im mediately The other day Morley had asked if there was a member of the cabinet of 3SJ who if he could have forseen the results of the policy on which it was launching the country would not have checked the diplomacy Heading to such deplorable As a mem ber of that cabinet he Lord Salisbury wished to meet his statement with the most indignant denial Thewar had been used by some politicians for the squalid purpose of injuring their op ponents When a neighboring power or tribe invaded his mujoestys do minions and made an attack which was a great and llagrant it could be met only by lighting in their own country those who had despiced the rights and sovereignty of our The premier repudiated the asser tion that Great Britain was weaken ing on tile subject of peace terms lie declared the country could not af ford to submit to the suggestion that affairs should bo allowed to slide back into a position winre it would be in the power of vhienemy when the oppoittmily suited him to renew the issues for the country had fought liirinjr Hie iasi three years It nuut be ihoriKijihly understood that the whole government of the country was to be of such a character that it would inimpossible hat the struggle could be renewed It was important that this should be niadi clear for some people thought the empire might become tired lie did not wish u convoy the idea that there was any feeling of bitterness toward the Boers for there was noth ing the government more earnestly de sired than that they should enjoy all the privileges conferred on their broth er nations by the colonial system Touching on the question of impe rial federal ion Lord Salisbury warned his hearers of the danger of haste and exhorted them in effect to go slow and let public opinion all over the empire crystallize Bends n Convict to Massachusetts nn mi Little Itock May Governor Jefferson Davis has pardoned Andrew Thompson a negro on condition that Thompson go to Massachusetts within the next thirty days with the inten tion of becoming a citizen of that state Thompson was convicted of as sault with intent to kill and sentenced to three years in the penitentiary The governor makes the following in dorsement on the application for par don Having just returned from the novth and having heard many expres sions of sympathy by the citizens of Massachusetts for what they were pleased to call the poor oppressed negro of the south and desiring that they shall have an opportunity to re form a certain portion of the negro population of our state Therefore I Tcttcrson Davis gov ernor of the state of Arkansas by Virtue of the authority vested in me uy the constitution and laws of Ar kansas do grant upon Andrew Thomp son a negro a full and free pardon on condition that he become within the next thirty days a of Mass THREATS BY WHITECAPS Bundles ot Switches found at Doors Farce of Jroseeutioli Rushville May Three Rushville citizens had a mild taste of whitecapping Tuesday when they found bundles of switches at the doors of their homes The three men are John A Titsworth Charles II Alger and James Lock all members of the Civic League committee Last Sunday afternoon the committee se cured the arrest of members of the Rushville and Marion ball clubs The action of the committee provoked strong opposition and many threats have been made Nashville May S The grand jury that has been investigating the recent whitecap cases in Brown county failed to return indictments against bands of men who were sup posed to have whipped two men with in a few miles of Nashville It was generally thought that the jury would have enough evidence to place its hands on all the men who made up the bands that whipped Finley Stretchberry and William Caldwell but now the crimes of the whitecap pers arc half forgotten and the men i who did the whipping are free 1 National Game Records i Chicago Jay S Yesterdays rec ords on base ball fields were as fol 1 lows I League At St Louis Philadelphia 1 3 St Louis 1 at Cincinnati Boston 7 Cincinnati 3 at 1ittsburg Brook lyn 3 Iittsbnrg4 at Chicago New York 0 Chicago 4 American At Philadelphia Balti more 5 Philadelphia at Ioston Washingtons Boston nil at Detroit St Louis 4 Detroit 2 at Cleveland Chicago 3 Cleveland 1 Association At Toledo Kansas City 15 Toledo 1 at Columbus Mil waukee o Columbus at Indianapo lis Minneapolis Indianapolis at Louisville St Paul H Louisville 10 socoml game St Paul i Louisville 1 Western At Milwaukee DesMoiues 1 Milwaukee 0 at Kansas City Col orado Springs 0 Kansas City ti at St Joseph Denver 3 St Joseph 2 eleven innings at Pcoria Omaha J Peoria 4 Canadian Pacilit Readies Chicago Chicago May S The great Cana dian Pacific system is said to have ac auired control of the Wisconsin Cen tral railway and will use it as an en trance into Chicago It has been the aim of the Canadian Pacific executives for years to have a Chicago terminal and the move on their part in secur ing the Wisconsin Central is called in railway a coup Hoist Ijy ing Own retard May S August Hermann a Mormon farmer drove his eldest from home ami threatened to shoot his wife His wifeattempted to snatch the uun from him ami in the scuilie he weapon was discharged killing Hermann alums instantly The coroners jury found ac cidental Golden TuMlee of the Typos Chicago May golden jubilee of the oldest labor organization In the city the Chicago Typographical union will be celebrated by a great outdoor demonstration at Thornton park Sun day June S I of tin A rch bishop j New Yiri May S The remains of Ctirrigan were taken to j the calhoilral yesterday where she sol emn of the Uuimtn Catholic church were begun The tloois were tinown to the public during the day and thousands took a last look at the face of the dead An affection ate message was from tin pope during the day No lowers will be accepted the archbishop having been an opponent of lowers at fu nerals Ao Strike Yet Scranton May S The execu tive boards of the United Mine Work ers of America for the three districts comprising the anthracite coal region met here yesterday and were in ses sion all day but gave nothing out at adojurnment for the day None of the leaders here know anything of any concessions or offers from the opera tors Millionaire Italian Dead Chicago May S Frank of Chicagos pioneer and poli ticians died at bis home here yester day from the effects of a stroke of par alysis lie came to Chicago from Italy in and amassed a fortune of over in the liquor business and veal estate investments Kxports Increase London May S The board of trade returns for the month of April show the imports to have been a decrease for the month of and the exports an in crease for the month of   

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