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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 30, 1902, Mason City, Iowa                                PART ONE CITY GLOBEGAZETTE PAGES I to 8 s THE COB f 2 iARKETB Bit WIRE DAILY X o OFFICIAL PAPER AUL THE TREEGBAPHC AKO LOOA1 NKW8 VOL IX MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY OCTOBER 30 1902 NO 40 Estimate of the Rebel Loss in the BattlePreceding Uribe Uribes Surrender ALL LEFT ON THE FIELD TO EOT Way They Have of Doing Down There of the Venezuelan Situation Colon Colombia Oct news has reached here of the engage ment Oct 24 at Bio Frio near La Cienaga which resulted In the sur render of the revolutionary generals UribeUrlbe and Castillo together with ten cannon rifles and considera ble ammunition The government gen eral Marjarres reached Elo Frio with reinforcements of men These troops were destined for the isthmus their arrival at Rio Frio was un expected The government forces al Teady before the rebel positions In witlj thernen of Marjarres command managed to surround the enemy completely and after a well contested engagement forced them to surrender Four hundred revolution ists are reported to have been killed The dead were left unburied Accord ing to the terms of capitulation Gen eral UribeUribe undertakes to bring the surrender of all revolution ary bands now in the departments of Magdalena and Bolivar He goes to Bogota to confer with tue Colombian government to this end the Other tittle Wnr Willemstiul Island of Curacoa Oct position of President Castro Of Venezuela is the same as it was after the recent indecisive battle be tween his forces and those of the revo lutionists He still occupies La Vic toria with men ami the revolu tionists have returned to the vicinity of La Victoria in large numbers and have occupied positions near San Ma teo Villa ds Cura Cagna and Maracay They say they are awaiting the arrival of all their forces to attack Castro Sunday last Castro twice tried to dislodge the revolutionists without re The inaction of the leaders of the revolution hajs allowed Castro to reopen traffic on the German railroad communicate daily with Caracas and receive foojl supplies The situation of the president is still critical It is said on good authority however that discord exists in the revolutionary party An attack on the rebels bj Castro is momentarily expected Keport of a Castro Victory News has been received here that the town of Carupano state of Her mtidez Venezuela was attacked bj revolutionary forces Sunday and Mon day of this week After a hard fight with the government soldiers in which the rebels lost one cannon acd had a number of men killed and wounded they retreated The government ac cuses the revolutionists of having burned fortythree houses in Carupano These charges are deoied by the revo lutionists who say that the houses in question were burned as a result of the fighting Reinforcements for the Maracaibo Venezuela Oct government gunboat Zamora left here yesterday morning with soldiers on board bound for LaGuayra Thest troops are President Gas tro who is still inactive at La Victoria THAT SAMOA DECISION Made by King Oscar Explained to the Sat isfaction of Officials at Wash ington Washington officials Tiere find an ample explanation of the adrerse decision of King Oscar in the matter of the Samoan claims in the statement that comes from Stockholm to the eect that the kings decision to the effect that the kings decision was influenced by three jurists one of whom was M Cederkranz one time justice of Samoa It Is stated that while filling that important post Cederkranz came into frequent collision with Judge Cham bers the United States land commis sioner who afterward succeeded Cedei kram as chief justice and itis be lieved that the personal ill feeling that followed undoubtedly influenced the character of the advice given to King Oscar Condition of the State Banks Springfield Oct state ment Issued by the auditor covering condition of all state banks in Illinois outside of Chicago on Oct 13 1902 is compared with a statement on the con dition of July 24 1902 The total lia bilities and resources on Oct 13 were while the total liabilities and resources on July 24 were 10 Witconnin Game Wardeni Milwaukee Oct attorney representing the Chicago and Nortli western road baa secured a temporary injunction preventing Game Warden Tray from opening and tramming the baggage of travelers in March at game tailed In violation of the game Uw WILL TAKE SUMMARY ACTION Chicago Firm Gives the State Equaliza tion Board CauBe for Job on Hand Springfield Oct action is contemplated by the capital stock committee of the state board of equalization in dealing with A Booth the Chicago fish jobbers Un less this concern reports promptly to the committee submitting aschedule of Its body will proceed to assess the big corporation accord Ing to the best Information to be ob tained Chairman Barnes was angry when he received by mail the form that had been forwarded to Booth Co with the request that a report upon the business of the corporation be submitted The form was as blank as when it left the committees hands except for a bold sentence written across the face of the sheet We are manu facturers and are exempt under the Tip to this time Cook coun ty corporations have been passed up on by the capital stock committee This is only twofifths of the total num ber of concerns to pass under the scrutiny of the body WAR W Dozen Men Tet To Be Arrested for Their in Grave Yarda at Indianapolis Indianapolis Oct are be ing made to gather in before the week has ended all the negroes implicated by Rufus Cantrell the leader and the other members of the gang of ghouls already under arrest The detective department has a list oftwelve names of men who accompanied Cantrell on several midnight excursions but they have hud difficulty thus far in locating them Tuesday afternoon Walter Williams also known John Morgan and Wal ter Harin was arrested and charged with stealing the body of William Pedigo from a cemetery near Bridge port last January At first he stoutly denied his connection with the ghouls but finally confessed He is also charged with lifting a body from its grave in Round Hill cemetery several months ago Williams corroborates the story Rntus Cantrell told regard ing the sale of Pedigos body ON A MISSION ABY TOUS The Doukliobors Have Invaded Torkton B to ilie Number of About Sixteen Hundred Winnipeg Oct the odd Doukhobors in Yorkton no disturbance of any kind is report ed It has developed beyond question that their immediate errand is peace ful being the conversion of Yorkton to their vegetarian and humanitarian Craze The condition of the poor fa natics generally is very bad and upon investigation by the authorities itturrus out that the majority is scantily clad and not a few are barefooted The hardships suffered on the march were fearful More than half of the entire band is composed of women and children Several babes were born and the exposure was especially try ing ou them Yorkton apears to have been the objective point of the march and the people are hopeful that the movement will subside Fnueral of airs Stanton New York Oct funeral of Elizabeth Cady Stauton was held yes terday in this city Besides the family there were present only a few close friends including Susan B Anthony the lifelong friend and coworker of Mrs Stanton Lilian Devereaux Blake and Mrs Wilbur who represented So rosis Addresses were made by Rev Martin Coreroy of South Place chapel London and AITS Antoinette Brown Blackwell of Elizabeth N J Indications of Foul Flay South Bend Oct Watkins who married Margaret Big bee Oct 12 disappeared five days la ter and has not been heard from since He started to his farm to get a load of furniture and as he carried consid erable money with him at the time it is feared that he has met with foul play Two Killed by a Train Veedcrsburg Oct returning home from a political meet ing County Commissioner Daniel B Hutts and Allen Smith two promi nent farmers were run down and in stantly killed by a Clover Leaf freight train at Silverwood Gllberg Has Good Luck Elgin Oct twenty yearsof work at the Elgin watch fac tory Mrs Anna Gilberg finds himself heir to left by her father who died recently at Skara Zestagoland Sweden Mayor Kept Word Ottumwa Oct id a promise that if Ottumwa won In Iowa court its fight for the right to construct Mayor Huston Of Cedar Rapids Tuesday in vited every Otturawa city officer to a banquet at the former place The suit decided a pareMel case for Cedar Rap They Take a Day Off to Celebrate Two Victories Over the Coal Barons MITCHELL THE HEBOOFTHE HOTJE Strike Commission Gathers at Scran ton and Starts to Loading Up with Facts Wilkesbarve Oct Day was celebrated in all tKe prin cipal towns of the anthracite coal re gion and in order that all the mine workers might have an op portunity to participate in the exer cises the mines were closed down Tht principal demonstration was held in this city and President Mitchell took part There was snow and sunjhine during the clay but the cbanjjfeible weather did not keep an army of strangers out of town Everybody wore a John Mitchell badge The sion started shortly before was nearly one hour in passing a given point It is estimated that therewere men In line Mitchell Given an Ovation President Mitchell was given an ova tion all alongthe line of march and whenever his carriage stopped the crowd from the sidewalk pressed around and insisted on shaking his hand A United States flag was carried at the head cf every local and brass bands by the score furnished music The banners carried boremany curi ous inscriptions Some of them read as follows By Arbitration WeHopl to Gain Our Just Demands Unity and Friendship MakePeace God Bless Our Country Union We Honor and RespectOur Presidents Roosevelt a nd Advice Given to Miners After the parade a mass meeting was held at Y M C A park The first speaker was Rev J P Powers of Spring Valley Ills He said he had known John Mitchell since boyhood and he always found him noble and upright He was delighted he said to see the great tribute paid him by the hardcoal miners President Mitchell was thiVlast speaker He thanked hearers for their reception to him and said iu part The operators are not going to pay the bill of the strike They will make the workers pay It if they can but if not they will make the public pay it It behooves the mine workers therefore to see to it that they are not made the victims and I hope you will be true to your selves and to one another and see to It that the cost of this greatest laboi struggle that has ever occurred is not placed on your backs Stick by yout union and the union will stick by STRIKE COMMISSION AT WOBK Goes Down in a Coal Mine and Takes Notes Generally Scranton Oct anthra cite coal strike commissioners who will make an inspection of the mines and the homes of the mine workers ar rived here last night Commissioner T H Watkins whose home is in this city came here early in the day and arranged some of the details for the lirst days tour of the region The commission headquarters are at the Hotel Jeniiyn where the party occu pies fourteen rooms Today is being spent in the region north of this city At a m the party left for For est City This mining town is in Susquehanna county and is the tipper edge of the hard coal fields twenty two miles from here The operators are represented by General Manager Bryden of the New York Ontario and Western company Superintendent Rose of the Delaware and Hudson General Manager Thome of the Temple Iron company and Gen eral Manager May of the Erie com pany District President T D Nicholls of the U M is the principal rep resentative of the miners President Mitchell will not come to this city un less sent for The train travelsslow ly so that the commissioners can get a good idea of the country At For est City the party Avas lowered into one of the Erie companys mines and spent the entire morning underground A coal breaker will be visited at Car bondale and then the return journey to Scrantou will be made over the Ontario and Western railroad The commissioners will stop at Olyphant six miles north of Scranton for the purpose of visiting other collieries and to look at vhe homes and surround ings of the mine workers Scranton will be reached at about 0 p m The purpose of the commission just at Watkins said is to gei a general view of the physical condi tions of anthracite mining with the idea of giving the members of the commission unacquainted with coal mining an opportunity of seeing what a mine is like how the miners work and live and how the product is han Twentyfive expert accountants were Brought here yesterday from NewY JAPS BUILD US SHIPS first One of Five Has Ween Launched Miss Evans Acting as God mother San Francisco Oct Japan Gazette of Oct 16 gives an extended account of the launching of the Rom blon the first United States gunboat ever built in Japan The launching was in connection with the official opening of the works of the Uraga and Ishikama Dock companies The gunboat Is one of five ordered for serv ice in the Philippine islands It was christened Miss Evans daughter of Admiral Evans The ceremony was attended by 250 invited guests including United States Minister Buck the German minister Baron Komura minister for foreign affairs Admiral Viscount Ito Admiral Inouye Vice Admiral Viscount Eno moto Admiral Viscount Arima Ad miral Rogers United States navy Captain Mackenzie of the New York Admiral Evans General Chafflee the German Belgian and Swiss consuls general and many others CAUGHT IN A GAS EXPLOSION leaves His Fleuli on Every Bound of a Ladder as He Climbs Out of a Manhole Lansing Oct burned flesh on every round of the lad der Roy Simons chief engineer for the Lansing Sugar company climbed from the aqueduct through which wat er is supplied the factory from the river He had descended into the man hole with a lamp and aii explosion of sewer gas or fire damp occurred in stantly burning Simons frightfully Mucli of the flesh was gone from both arms as far as the elbow His hair and moustache were burned off and his eyes closed by the burns His legs the tops of his shoes and knees were almost a crisp Despite his serious condition there is said to be a chance of his recovery The force of the explosion in the man hole was such as to knock down two menwho were waiting for him at the top Simons pluckily climbed out him self He was about 40 years old and has a family Unnatural Elephant Mother Baraboo Oct the iiuge elephant gave birth to a baby at 4he circus winter quar liere The animal tried to crush out the life of her offspring and it was removed to an adjoining room but hearing the cries of the baby the mother dashed through the fourinch door breaking it to splinters reached the little animal and pounded the life out of it with head and feet Would Not Promise Not to Boycott Sligo Ireland Oct sen tence of two months imprisonment with bard labor imposed Oct 1C on McHugh member of parliament edi tor of the Sligo Champion after his conviction on the charge of conspiracy and intimidation has been affirmed on appeal with the exception of the hard labor feature McHugh refused to give an undertaking not to publish boycott matter in his paper Pavey Goes Acquit Salem Oct Pavey who has been on trial nearly a week for the murder of John Davis has been acquitted of the charge Pavey shot ad killed Davies because Davies was found m Paveys home early in the morning Pavey asserts that Da vies alienated the affections of Mrs Pavey and broke up Paveys home That Sink Hole Is Plugged Howell Oct eink hole on the Ann Arbor railroad be tween Hamburg and Lakeland has at last been tilled There were in all four sink holes within a short distance of each other and it required nearly car loads of gravel to make the ground solid enough to hold up trains Snow Falls in New York New York Oct fell yes terday throughout western and north ern New York At most places it melt ed rapidly NEWS FACTS IN OUTLINE The crown prince of Siarn lias left New York for Boston The president will hold the first meeting of the cabinet in the new ex ecutive office tomorrow The first snow of the season fell at Hagersttiwn yesterday It is announced that the budget for the city of New York for 1003 will be Secretary Itoot has left Washngton for Xcw York to make a speech About ship yard joiners in Eng land have struck work as a protest against a 5 per cent reduction in their wages Charles K Knapps private bank at Sodns N was robbed of by burglars The president has issued a proclama tion setting apart Nov 27 as the na tional Thanksgivingflay William J Bryan has completed his Colorado trip on which he has deliv ered more than twenty speeches Musicians of Paris theaters have gone on a strike for better wages State Department Ignores the Colombian Minister in De sire to Get News OOHOHA EEOEIVES A STATE PAPEE Which He Holds Back Owing to Our Proceedings on the Isthmus Washington Oct status of the Colombian canal negotiations is that both sides here are awaiting a decision of the Colombian government as to whether Minister Concha shall proceed under his original instruc tions to present to the state depart ment the Colombian response to the departments proposal for a treaty When the response arrived in Wash MIN1STER CONCHA ington two days ago the minister promptly notified the state department of Ibe fact but be added to his notice the statement that in view of recent developments meaningevents that had happened on the isthmus since the note started from Bogota Sept 10 be had regarded it as his duty to withhold it until he heard further from bis gov ernment Goes Over Conchas Head As the state department had in some way come to know that the Colom bian response would if submitted go sVugires of government in jtlii matter of ii treaty this delay was very annoying But as the minister had bis own no tion of duty in the matter it was de cided that an appeal should be taken over his head to the authorities at Bo gota Accordingly a cablegram was sent to United States Minister Hart at the Colombian capital notifying him of the action of the Colombian min ister here No specific complaint was made but it was desired to make sure that the Colombian government knew that the note had been held back What We Are Objecting To The matter of objection by our owl officials is the attempt to link the nego tiations for a canal treaty with tlij discussion of the questions of the cor rectness of the attitude of our officers on the isthmus MAY HAVE TO PllOCEED Possibility That We Will Go to Work Be garillcss of Colombia It is expected that the delay will not be long for even if the Colombian an swer is not satisfactory the United States government will still be bound by the terms of the Spoouer act to pro ceed towards the construction of an isthmian canal and the onjy question to be decided is as to the method There are two ways open even in case of an adverse attitude on the part of Colombia namely either the United States government to proceed without delay to complete the treaties with Nicaragua and Costa Uica necessary for the construction of a canal in those countries this latter course would be adopted with govern ment might purchase outright the franchise of the French Panama Ca nal company and go on resolutely with the construction of the Panama canal taking the ground that it would have a right to improve its own property without reference to any other govern ment and taking no further notice of Colombia Secretary Hay had two callers yes terday who talked about canal mat ters The first was Cromwell counsel of the Panama Canal company who wished to ascertain the needed step to be taken by the United States govern ment in view of Attorney General Knoxs opinion respecting the canal Title As this seems to depend for the mo ment on the issues of the negotiations with the Colombian government no di rect information could be furnished Woman Her Mother St Joseph Oct Jane Berryhill Thomas who conducts a boarding house at 823 South Eighth street when a child of 3 years kidnaped by She suffered untold hardships and never saw nor heard of her family until Tuesday by accident she learned that her motbei Is a resident of Brunswick Mo Sha called her up by telephone and the relationship was easily established CALIFORNIA DENOUNCED Convention of Health Officers Given State Roasting for Its Action on the Plague New Haven Oct yes terdays meeting of the convention of Health Officers of North America Pro fessor F C Robinson of Bowdoin col lege Brunswick presented to the conference a report designed to show that while the authorities of San Fran cisco were denying the existence of bubonic plague new cases were de veloping and that much was done to hamper the health officers in prevent ing the spread of the plague After listening to the report byt Pro fessor Robinson the conference passed the following That the National Con ference of State and Provincial Boards of Health of North America views with abhorrence the Irretrievable dis grace of the present state board of health of California and pronounces the plague situation in California a matter of grave national TRIUMPHANT RASCALITY Perjury Seems To Be an Rather Than a Most Infamous Crime Dnluth Oct In spectors of the government land office have discovered that many perso now holding lands are doing so perjured affidavits Immediate ste will be taken to cancel such entrie take away the property from the hoi ers and prosecute them upon a char of perjury Many persons holding lands them by the government are lawyer merchants doctors or people of imi pendent wealth Many other clais are made by agents of corporation large logging firms who are sa to give a money consideration to rm to come to the land office and ma application for certain sections Markets Strawherrlea in October Howell Oct Kici welltodo farmer living thn miles south of here has been feastli on strawberries a second crop C some time past Since Sept 26 la forty quarts of large ripe strawbt ries have been picked from this fan There is scarcely a day that sor farmer does not bring in either rii raspberries or strawberries John Bvtla Vr Crniasrs London Oct admiralty h ordered the construction of two ne cruisers which it is declared will the most powerful and probably t fastest vessels of their kind in t world Their speed is expected to o knots Starch Factory for Kockiord Rockford Oct A stare factory is to be added to the loc plant of the Glucose Sugar Refinic company the trust now operating ti local glucose works Chicago Grafu Chicago Oct 29 Following tvere the quotations on ti Btirrd Trade today Open High Low Clos December i3 73 72 72 May 75 75 74 Corn October 57 5T 55 December 50 51 50 50 May 43 42 43 A3 Outs October 31 31 29 231 December SlTi 30 30 30 32 31 May otober it 60 January May Lard October January May Short Ribs October January 30 May Chicago Uvo stock Chicago Oct 29 Estimated receipts for the dai sales ranged at fo pigs for light ft rough packing for and for heavy packing an shipping lots with the bulk of trading at Cattle Estimated receipts for tl day quotations ranged at choice to extra seers good to choice fair good for common to m dium butchers stee for fed western steers stockers and feeders oow Yieiters bu and oxen stags Texas steers grass westert and veal calves Sheep and Lambs Estimaed recelj for the day quotaions rang at western laniba natives western lambs a native lambs Kast Buffalo Uve Stock East Buffalo N Oct 29 Dunning and Stevens Live Stock Commission Merchants East Buffalo N quote as follows Receipts 7 cars hold over market very dull aAd prices unchanged Receipts 15 cars light grades strong weak pigs Yorkers heavy Sheep and 15 cars market Heady beat lambs air to good culls and common mixed sheep culla and bucks wethers and yearlings calves St tonig St Loulg Oct 2fl Weak No 2 red eleva tor track Dooembar May 73c No 2hard lower track E6c old btr May 39c Steady No t cwih track Decem ber Mttc May 29Vic asked No 1 white SOltftc RyeFirm 49c   

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