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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 18, 1902, Mason City, Iowa                                16 PAGES THE CORRECT 16 PAGES AUL fBUB TEEJSCrfcAPHTO AMD LOCAL NEWS OFFICIAL PAPER MASON CITY IOWA SEPTEMBER NO 34 9 9 New The RpscntKal Bankrupt Stock postively to be closed out in Building leased to M E Smith Son after Oct 15th Now is the time to buy your FALL AND WINTER GOODS Heretofore we have been selling summer goods but now having opened up all the fall and winter goods the entire stock will be closed out regardless of prices until it is all sold Nothing will be reserved Everybody Come to this Great Money Saving Sale i This will be the biggest money saving sale that you ever This closing out sale commences Friday Sept 19th Remember the place THE MEW YORK STORE North Main Street Mason City Next Door to the TimesHerald TAKEN HIS STAND And Will Not Reconsider His Posi tion Is the Last Word from Henderson PRESIDENT PLEADS BUT IN VAIU Contribution to the Controversy by Governor Cummins Massachusetts Democrats Name Gas ton to Lead on His Own Plat form New Hampshire and Connecticut Republicans Dubuque Sept follow ing is a telegram received by Speaker Henderson from the president It is dated Oyster Bay Sept 17 Most earnestly ask that you reconsider your determination oiot to Signed THEODORE Representative Babcoek chairman of Republican national committee sent the following dated New Sept 1C Am in receipt of telegram signed by you saying that you have this day declined nomination for con gress We can not believe the tele gram te genuine Hepburn and Hull are here and all enter our earliest protest against action of this kind by you The Republican party that you have served so long and faithfully can not part with your services How the Speaker Views It The text of the replies to the two fonegoing telegrams have not been out at this writing here but the following is what Henderson sent by telegraph In reply to a similar telegram from L Young and S W Rathburn of Dee Molnes Your joint telegram sincerely appreciated but cannot reconsider for after an age spent in fighting for my country state and district I cannot acquiesce in ad ministering free trade poison to cure the trust evil which I abhor D B In his reply to the telegrams from Roosevelt and Babcock Henderson ftlrther explained hK adhering to MS He gave positive as surance that there was no danger to the Third district said that Governor Boies is a very wenk that the Republican candidate will be elected and that he the speaker will do what he can to insurehis election After these assurances the speaker said he must decline to reconsider his withdrawal What Gov CummihR Has to Say Des Moines Sept Hgan leaders here have scarcely recov ered from the shock they received at the news of Speaker Hendersons ac tion To saythat Speaker Hendersons withdrawal astounded the Republicans here but expresses the case mildly Governor CumIns now In the city said have been in almost constant communication with him since the convention and in his let ters he has emphasized what he de dared in the late conference of Re Is that he was in full sympathy with the state platform and that the fight should be made square ly upon NEW HAMPSHIRE AND CONNECTICUT Republicans of Both Statee Indorse Roose velt for 1904 Concord N Sept the action of the party In Vermont the Republicans of New Hampshire In state convention yesterday warmly debated the question of making changes In the prohibitory law Those In favor of a eliange earned tbe day The contest for governor was WOD by Nahum J Batchelder of Andover who prominently identied with the Pa trons of Husbandry No other candi dates are nominated by cpnven oa In New Hampshire The plat form the administrate on all points and favors the renomlna UOB of President Rpoeevclt Illegal nabiBCti are conddxnaAd Hartford Sept Aibwwn CtuunSarlaln 01 Marldec taejUWMOUt state comptroller was yesterday ncm inatod by the Connecticut Republic an convention as a candidate for gov ernor to succeed Governor George P McLean account of ill health declined to be a candidate tor another term Resolutions Indorsing he administration of President Roose velt and favoring hlS nomination for he presidency in 1904 weare adopted MASSACAPSETTS DEMOCRACY Nominated for Governor bo m Platform He Dictated Boston Sept was not wanting for a time In the Democratic onventloij n Tremont Teinple yester day end was re stored and the state ticket was enthu siastically greeted The ticket follows Governor William A Gaston of Bos ton lieutenant governor John C Cros by of Pittstield secretary of state Willmore B Stone of Springfield treasurer Thomas C Thacher of Yar mouth auditor J L Ghalifoux of Lowell attorney general John J Fla herty It mignt be said that in naming Colonel Gaston to head tbe tieketpre eedent was shattered inasmuch as he was nominated and then given a plat form of his own dictation Not unlike the famous conventions of 1896 and 1900 the fight was over the national issues on the platform The test of strength was between Colonel Gaston on the one band and George Fred Wil liams once tlie stalwart leader of the silver Democrats on the other In this battle Williams was utterly routed The platform adopted is a repudiation of the Kansas City platform for Gas ton refused to be tbe nominee if in any way the declaration of principles could be construed to indorse those things most prominently advocated by tbe party in the last two national cam paigns Williams was chairman of the com mittee on resolutions and at first pro posed the indorsement of the Kansas City platformWhen this was de fected he presented a minority report In which the national questions of trusts monopolies and corporations were dealt wth in strong language This was not satisfactory to the ma jority of the committee which adopt ed a platfortfi written by Joseph Qulncy acceptable to Gaaton The platform reaffirms allegiance to the fundamental principles of De mocracy opposes illegal trusts the state to control all corporations fa vors revision of the tariff demanding eon Iron ore wool and by name favors reciprocity especially wjth Canada and Cuba opposes gov ernment subsidies of all kinds j also opposes colonial imperialism and de mands independence for the Philip pines at the earliest posslblo date with a United States prcttectoiatA tells Mitchell He Will Call fo Troops If There Is Any More Turbulence ATTACK 01 A PEEVISION TEAD Engineer Bailies the Assailants Granite Cutters Strike a Government Job Wieirenflnd Vnfathomed Pierre Sept search for stayer of his divorced wife and her without success Ho has beea traced to tbe hilly country east of Suuton but has not been seen since Saturday Three rewords amounting In all to have been offered for bis ar rest Scranton Sept Schadt yesterday admitted that lie had sent a communication to Presides Mitchell informing him that if then is a repetition of lawlessness whict occurred in so many parts of the eoun ty last Monday he will make requisi tion for troops The Paueoast col liery at Throop an Ontario and West ern working resumed operations yes terday The Ontario and Western no whave live collieries and three washeries in operation Pottsville Sept mob of several hundred persons intercepted a supply train which was being run ovei the Philadelphia and Reading railroad into the North Mahauoy colliery yes terday When the engineer saw the crowd he put o nstearn and van the train through regardless ot obstacles All nonunion men on their way to work turned back and forty men em ployed by the City Water company were also intercepted Prenitlout MltaltoU Stttiula Pat Wilkesbarre Pa Sept ity at ProHiiimit MitcheUs headquar and apparent activity in coal op erators circles is tbe situation in this section of the strike rogion President Mitthell still insists that lie followers are remaining firm and thnt there will be no break in the nudes of min ers He discredits all reports nbout increase in output of coal at mines and washerios claiming Mint tliere will Coal mined and start to mar any account untiltbe strike is ended Company Men Have Other Views At theoffices of the local cool com panies on the other hand it is said that they are adding to their working force every day and that the output of coal Is gradually increasing but no figures are furnlshed The Exeterjulne TTTrsy Corff company was opened yesterday Preparations it is snid will at once be made for mining conl on a large scale When in full operation the mine employs COO men Has Called in the Troops Charleston W Sept ernor White has determined to call in the troops still on duty in the New River coal field and they will leave for their homes today Everything was quiet yesterday and many new men went into the mines to work Most of them however were men who bail been imported from elsewhere GRANITE CUTTEKS OUDEKED OUT Because the Stone Is Quarried by Non Union Notes granite cutters employed inthe erection of a new building at the League Island navy yard were yesterday ordered on strike It is claimed by theunion that the stoue used iu the building comes from quarries in North Caro lina which have been placed on the unfair list of the Granite Cutters National association There has been much delay 011 this structure because of the stone being used Complaint was first made to the government en gineer iu charge that the stoue was not up to the sample submitted Wheii the contract was awarded Work was stopped and the question referred to authorities at Washington who approved the stone Saratoga N Sept strike of employes of the Hudson Valley Electric railway has in progress for some time and the system IIHS jeeu completely tied up Recently at xjrnpts laave been made to resume service but with slight success Yes1 the sheriff ot Warren county called out a cogapany of tie state J uilitia at Crlaus Falls to protect tbe wer house of the railway company situated between Glens Falls and San dy Hill Several encounters strikers and nuUtinmon and deputies occurred ilwttmkoe iSept Journal says Milwaukee packing house em iloyes are in receipt af information that ki Chicago agreement was reached a few days ago under rtiich one branch of tbo trade said to e the sausage makers was given an idvanco erf 20 per cent in wages hrougliout the country Tills agree ment no announcement ofwhich has et been made public was made be weeu committees representing the em ployes and a superintendent of the not only to jlrmbur plant but to the other packing plants of Chicago Armour Packing company It applied This The Journal thinks confirms the packing trust report Woman Shot for a Partridge Rockford Sept Mrs Julia K Barnes author of The Annals of a Country and prominent in club worb In the state was accident ally shot near Manitowish Wis Dur ing a walk through the woods she sat down to rest on a log in a clump of bushes A hunter approaching saw her hat and thinking it a partridge discharged both barrels of his shotgun The shot took effect in her face She was taken to a Chicago hospital and It is feared may lose the sight of one eye I He Bis Pretty Wife Milwaukee Sept 38 Clara Betz noted as an artists model and stage beauty has been granted a divorce by Judge W D Tarrant from Robert O Betz whom she was married to here seven years ago The allega tion was nonsupport nnd no response was made the whereabouts of the hus band being unknown Jadge Dnrund Cakes a Drive Flint Sept Judge Du rand Democratic candidate for govern or was ont Tuesday for the first time since stricken weeks ago and was Eivcn a drive of an hour about the city as a Crook Indianapolis Sept 18 Frank Ford who was arrested after a struggle sev Oral days ago has been identified by Captain Gerber as William Dockory alias James Thompson a notorious pickpocket of St Paul who on Ang 4 with nine other prison ers escaped at Nashville by blowing a hole in the penitentiary wall with dynamite Average Wageslof Women Lansing Sept 18 4hie report of Mrs Ella Whippie factory inspector for Jackson shows tbat the average of received by women there is 91 cents a day which generally goes to support more than one Of the 715 who work 268 reported that they were able to aomething out of their pay StUmte Sapt At the beef trait Inaoirjr yesterday Joseph Stein kemp In answer to a question put by Attorney Alexander New representing the declared tbat he was com pelled to bad meat while working for   

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