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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - December 18, 1902, Mason City, Iowa                                WEEKLY eOlTION MASON CITY GLOBE THE CORRECT MARKETS BY WIRE OFFICIAL PAPER ALL THE TEJLEGRAPtf JSjfiWS VOL X MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY DECEMBER 18 1902 NO 48 ASSUME OFFICE That Trouble in Venezuela Probably See Its Pretty Soon OASTEO CONCLUDES TO SUBMIT Being So Advised by the Principal Business Men of Caracas Matter Is to Go to Arbitration Vene zuela Halving Put Her Case into the Hands of Minister Bowen New York Dec following is dated Dec 17 It has been decided that the Vene zuelan difficulty shall be and the4 discussion of terms of settle ment is now going on United States Minister Bowen undoubtedly will be one of the arbitrators The govern ment fears that coercive measures wili follow the establishmentOf the block ade iCaraeas here are that Venezuelan the demands of the allies The leading citizens of Caracas have addressed a joint note to President Castro ask ing him to give full powers to tmited iStates Minister Foweri to effect a ter mination of the present difficulty This note was transmitted to tro at 1 p m is signed by all the leading merchants bankers of It re fleets truly the concensus of current opinion in the business clement of this city Going 60 Discuss TTays and Means The men who signed the note will meet again to discuss waysraiid means of obtaining money withwhich Vene zuela can meet her obligations nswell as the guarantees which it Trill be pos to her creditors The note is as dated Caracas Dec 17 19Q2r and addressed to the of the XFnited Venezuela Castro Asked for Uio Advice undersigned having met with the purpose of bfferrog1 their aid to the Venezuela in the present conflicting situation which has been created by the aggressive atti tude of Germany and Grent Britain and upon your request to give our opin ions in writing we address you in the following terms Time to Yield Has Arrived In view of the acts of violence ill ready committed and of the absolute impotenop of Venezuela to meet force with force in response to the allied action of Germany and Great Britain in view of 1he fact that Venezuela has exhausted all the means required by civilization and diplomacy to put an end to the present situation and the government and the people of Venezue la having romplied honorably and worthily to the demands of national honor we consider with all due re spect that the moment to yield to J6ree has arrived Bowen Given Carte Blanche We therefore respectfully recom mend that fnl powers be given to the minister of the United States of North America authorizing him to carry out proper measures to terminate the pres ent conflict in the manner least pve to the interests of Venezue SET THE WHISTLE GOING Which Brought Help to a ManWho in Danger of Death from jLoss of Blood City Dec Eea coii engineer at the City waterworks while alone at the plant was making repairs on the flywheel He was us ing a crowbar to dislodge a heavy piece of steel The crowbar slipped and Beacon fell between the flywheel and engine In falling Beacons arm was caught on large setscrew and was badly torn The injury was a painful one and the wound bled profusely As he was growing faint from loss of blood Beacon staggered to the tele phone and called his wife Then he opened the valye of the big steam whistle and sounded an alarm that was heard over town People who live hear the waterworks rushed to the place to learn the cause of the alarm found Beacon In a pool of blood The injured man was taken to the office of Dr Conley and thirtyeight stitches were required to close the gap in his arm It Is said that Beacon would have bled to death if he had not blown the whistle for help JDecUloa Patent CMC 1 New York decision has beenhahded uownbjpttieUnited States court of appeals hi the case of tbe JVestinghbuse Airbrake company against the New reversing the Tower rendered decision In favor the plaintiffs and granted it Injunction Hgnlust tlif defendants The question involves whut is known us the engineers valve of the brake i Be Recorder of an Iowa County Having Run for Office and Dec the astofnext month Miss Jennie G Keith of GoHlfleld assume the duties of the county r recorder of Wright county having been elected at the recent general election by a major ity of Votes over her Democratic opponent Miss Keith is an advocate of the industrial rights of women on a basis of merit eliminating the question of sei She is a newspaper woman by pro fession haying been engaged in that line of work for the past five years three of which were spent in Wright county She wias born iii western Illfc nois in 1872 and is Of Scottish parent age She received the Republican nom ination on May ofthis year amL made a good campaign for the office she will assume on Jan 1 MAN ISLOCATED He Disappeared ThirtyEight Years Ago When It Cost Millions to Build a Court House Carlinville Dec hascome to light in Carlinville that George Solliday county clerk of who disappeared was expended in building a court house has been located in a town in Kansas The board of supervisors is dismissing the question of attempting to bring Holliclay back to Carlinville Holliday has never been heard of un til now since he leftthirtyeight years ago His wife has mourned him as dead At one time Holliday was thought to have been located and sev eraithousfind dollars were appropriated to bring him back to Carlinville but supposed Holliday was re turned it was discovered the man Imd Iweu taken FOUGHT WITH A BUCK Get an Anthracite Company Into a Hole Befbrfe the Cray Commission HAS BESTED ITS CASE Coal Operators Open Thelrp with Two Statements Both Opposing Scranton Dec cite coal operators opened their side ef the controversy with mine workers yesterday before the strike commission and the attorneys who are on record before the commission as representing the sonunion men who have been admitted to the arbitration scheme began calling witnesses The sessions Were probably the liveliest yet held by the At the morn ing session ihe miners lawyers chal lenged the fairness of certain wage statementSE handed fo the commission by the Pennsylvania Coal company and in the afternoon Lawyer Dairow had a spiriteddiscussioh with Chairman Gray as or not the niiners had a right to know who is payiiig the lawyers representing the nonunion men before the Darrow asserted that they were employed by the coal Figures That Made to lac alleged unfairness of the wage statements came to the notice of the commission ns a result of its inquiry into the child labor questionin this Several little testified on Monday tUat they worked all night in a silk mill in order to help their fathers along who were employed in the mines and received poor pay Later Everett Warren who represents the Erie which controls the Pennsylvania Cord company in whose Hunter Attacked and Has to Kill tiio An1 mines some of these fathers worked iinal with His Was Narrow Grand Rapids Dec handed to the memoran dum that one father last year received aboiit for himself aud head and antlers of a monster buck is and that the other father re the trophy that Myron Osgood has to ceived for llimself laborer remind him of a terrific fight with the animal iii the heart of the goocl had wounded the buck and find ingVthe trail of blood overtook him A few shots seem to finish the deer which fell to the ground Osgood rushed forward to cut the animals throat but just as he grasped the antlers his supposed prize suddenly sprang np and attacked him with ant lers and hoofs Osgoods strength was noaily exhausted when hu suceed buclvs throat on Indiana Homicide Covingtou Dec Colum bus telcgisim says Frank Bcat ty arrested days ago for drunk enness has coiifesscd to the police that lie is a fugitive from justice having es capcd from jail atCoviugton while under indictment for murder twentyeight years Bentty says a iSiari named Jacob Galvin was shot and killed and Hint he was accused for the crime H says however that the shooting was Among Six At the opening of the day the iuiners placed the two par aits on the stand and they swore earnings mentioned was divided among from four to six men This testimony surprised the commissioners and Judge Gray asked ill the figureson the me morandum were taken from the wage statement already filed by the com pany with the commission and War ren replied in the affirmative Chair man Gray then requested counsel for the company to indicate in its state ment handed up whether the figures given are for one two or more men We dont say it shakes our faith in the lie continued Tin less you can show however that there are none of these cases such as are suggested by this testimony it will verv materially shake our faith in TWO KINDS OF BREASTS One Requires Four 3ien to Run the Other Only Two The company through its general manager W A May was permitted to make a statement He said The Pennsylvania Coal company has two systems where four men work in a place and known as a fourhand iets a Verdict of Not Proven Washington Dec IS In the case of B F a store keeper and tlu office of the collector of internal revenue at Terre Haute charged with making collefttions for political purposes the solicitor of the cd and another In wluch tiiele are only two men and known as a twohanded place Thore may be places where there are four men working but that fact is not known to the com pany itself The company does not keep a record of the individuals in a contract orihe number It only keeps treasury finds that the evidence is too conflicting to warrant dismissal aud he will be allowed to continue in his pres ent employment ChiW Kills Its Infant Sister Dec Tribble aged son of Mr and Mrs John Tribble residing sixteen miles south of here shot and instant ly killed his 1yearold sister while she was lying in her mothers lap The boy was a revolver when lie suddenly pointedit at the baby saying Look out and pulled the trigger Can Get Jioltclicaring Springfield Dec the su preme court a petition for a rehearing in the cases of the Chicagostreet rail way companies against the city of Chi cago was denied This ends the liti gation regarding tlie transfer cases so far as Illinois are but the cases it is said will be taken to the United States supreme court Pretty Suspicious Inimnitj Waukesha Dec George Bowers the convicted murderer of his ather became insane in the court corn when a life sentence The united efforts of fouridepy aty sheriffs were requiredJ tei get of tne Oppoiltlun to Reciprocity ashlngtoiii Rec 18 senate cpinmlttceion relations yester y devoted an hour and a linjf tp hoti ring f rpni 1 herMa Iiieji hd s were requiredJ tei get hi court Jrdonw lun to Reciprocity TfrtX the United States and Ncw f nd Tho 5 iopixisltiqn is radical and and treaty a all In favor of Newfoundland the name of in whose tho plnce is run It can be possible that there are more men in a place than the company has any cognizance of but that is entirely outside its prov The company he said does not pay the laborer it only pays the man in whose name the place ap pears Dnrrow crossexamined the latter said he did not know Whether two four or six men worked to earn the money indicated on the memoran dum handed to the commission add ing that he got the figures from the auditor of the company You saw these figures handed to me to the newspapers and to the commission and you did notstate to many men shared in the money any one that you die not know how earned said Darrow I did not say anything about it either one way or the replied In a further discussion Darrow directly challenged the good faith of May and after a few more witnesses had been heard tlie miners rested their COMPANIES SIDE 18 PRESENTED Inilrtcncc on the Point That RenofnIUon of the Union Not IHOC Cbuiisel Wplvertonthen opened the case for the operators by reading a statement one important feature of which was the insistence of the terms if the appliwition for the appointment of the commission which distinctly stipulated tuat the iSsues werebetween the men of each mine and their em ployerriiot United Mine VVorkersand the employers When Wolverton hadconcluded Dar row called attention to the assertion that recognition of the union is not an issue before the commission and said that if the commission should sustain that claim then the operators should have no right to present witnesses to show that the violence dur ing the strike was the union jarnes Torrey of the Delaware and Hudson made the point that the miiiejs occupied most of the time try ing that the unionwas not responsible for it and that it would be unfair for the commission to deny the right of the operators to combat that testimony Ira H Burns one of for the independent operators then presented the opening statement of the individual companies makesa dead set against consid eration of recognition of the union and pleads the letter requesting the of the commission The statement assorts this proposition very vigorously it gays the commission if it increases thecost of production of coal should remember where the in crease the consumer The statement says As we understand it one of the chief duties of the commission in this case is to ascertain the valueof la bor in about the mines It is pure ly a businessproposition It is the the labor and not the neces sities ofthe laborer that we are fry ing to ascertain The laborer is worthy ofhis hire but the hire is fixed ac cording to what he does and not by what he ueeds The wanton persectition of nonun ion men who only ask to be allowed tp earn their daily bread in peace is a shame to those who commit or al low such and a blot on tho administration of justice in the state of Pennsylvania Without the assistance of mob violence and terror ixation m strike could exist for any oi ARE MISSISG Two Vessels Fail to Make Port and Were Cut in GreatXaUo Tomjiest Cleveland Dec steamer S 1C Mart iii1 a lumber carrier wifii tlii schooner Charles Spademan in are missing the Mar tin having a crow of twelve or four teen aboard of IHT and the Spademan a crew of ten twelve The two boats cleared from here on Dec T2 for Port Huron with and left port two clays later Since that time they have not been heard of That is the night of the tcr riiic storm on Lake Erie when must of the boats shelter behind Marblohoad Imler the circumstances grave fears are expressed for their safety The two boats are owned by M Sicken of Marine City Detroit Dec steamer S K Martin and her tow the schooner Charles Spademan are in the ice in Lake Brie about eight or ten miles be low the mouth of the river They are not believed to be in any immediate danger The tug Home Rule is with them Interstate Commerce Commis sion Says the Tendency Is Significant Alore Railway Legislation Criminal Clauses road Injunctions Washington Dec tendency tocombine continues the most signifi cant feature of railway development according to the annual report of the interstate commerce commission The report sajrs is not opeja to ques tion that the competition between road carriers which formerly prevailed has been largely or at least brought to the condition of ef fective restraint The progress of con solidation iii one forin or another will fit no distant day confine this com petition withinnarrow and unimpor tant limits because the control of most properties will be merged in a few common in terests impel act in concert iveuStyle of Kiagulatiun VFanted While this will insure as probably nothing else can in equal degree the observance of and so measurably remove some of the evils which the act was designed to prevent the resulting situation in volves consequences to the public which claim the most serious atten tion A law which might have an swered the aurpose when competilion was relied upon to secure reasonable rates is demonstrably inadequate when that competition is displaced bj1 the most farreaching and powerful com o great a change in con Sitions culls for corresponding change in the regulating Provisions IJead Letter Tho ojuiuissioii rcaUivms its rcc for amcinliiig the inter state commerce anil urges the giave neeesoity legislation and says that the fact no convictions yet been obtained nor indictments found in the cases of the roads which were shown by an investigation last winter to bo giving secret to Igrsin shippers thnt the criminal provisions of the present interstate law are practically a dead letter The Horse Shoe Grocery The place to buy your Christmas Books To close out worth of books at 40c on the dollar EFM5CX OF ISSUING INJUNCTIONS Japanese iUtdget New York Dec 18 General Pea who for a number of years was ono of the best known midgets and clowns connected with Barnuras and Forepaugh Sells circuses was found dead in bed yesterday The midget was a Japanese 38 years old and 2 feet 1 inch high Moluuvkite Is All Gone Houghton Dec The ship ment of the Hohawk mine has ceased the vein having pinched out Of late it has been very irregular varying from three feet to one inch iu thickness Boston Metl Buy at Joliet Dec Franklin Steel company of Boston has pur chased the plant of the Joliet Wire company and will move its Boston fac tory here HEWS FACTS IS OUTLINE The strike at Marseilles France is at an end The sailors have voted to resume work A shipment of gold bullion worth has just been made by the United States assay office in Dead wood S to the mint in Philadel phia Tlie Ann Arbor Railroad company has announced a general advance of from 5 to 7 per cent in the wages of all employes of Poisoned candy toMiss Matilda Baker at and after eating it she wagtaken via lently sick but not Cotenei Victor Backus of Indinu says tiiat Ctttfk is insttnW cowardly weak erraticand dlslion est The United State inlnJister W Corea has paymferit 000 due to the builders of the electric railroad j Acprding tp dispatches from Hun gary sixtythree persons werejfrozen to deatU thete in the tost three days May Ko to Cost the Farmer More for the Carriage of His Grain The commission says that the effect of issuing injunctions to compel roads to observe published tariffs has been to materially advance on commodities the rate actually received by the car rier and actually paid by the shipper and that their operation as applied to the present condition of railroad own ership enables advances in rates which might not otherwise be made and main tained While the producer of grain will undoubtedly pay from now oil from 5 to 7 some instances 10 100 pounds more to trans port that grain from the field to its des tination than he had paid for some time before these injunctions took ef fect this is not to be regarded as an argument against the injunctions There ought to be some power which cannot only compel these carriers to maintain the published rate but which can compel them to publish a fair aud reasonable rate Thirtyeight formal proceedings double the number brought in the preceding year and in volving rates aud practices of 300 rail instituted during the year To promotemore general compliances with the spirit of the safety appliance law use of airbrakes the com mittee recommendsthe passage of an act forbidding the running of trains in which Icssthan onehalf of the ears are equipped with power brakes and em powering the commission to issue gen eral orders requiring the use of power brakes on more than 50 per cent of the cars in a train whenever it shall find such increased use to be prac tical Nameless Rival to Carnegie Elkhart Dec effort has been made to the city of Elkhart by an unknown donor Tho proposition is to give a sum of money not less than provided citizens will give a like amount to purchase books for the new Carnegie library The only proviso made is that the name of the donor shall forever remain a secret The offer has been accepted WORLDS UNKNOWN This Master Bonk is a relation of the exploits achievements and ex traordinary accomplishments of the greatest heroes of exploration dis covery travel and missionary effort in the savage regions of the earth who by daring dangers and hard ships have carried the lamp of civilization into darkest lands and made development possible Thus this splendid work is the world8 Cloth binding in gold and color Regular price sale pricef Half sale price Full Morroco sale price Looking Glass By Dr Talmage The book abounds with practical suggestion adapted to all classes and condition of men women and children It is a boot every family should possess and cherish for it is a treasure of rarest value and a blessing that stimulates and lustre audbeauty to lives that without its gracious in1 Science are aimless and desponoeiit Silk cloth binding regular price sale price Half Morocco gold side and back regular price sale Full Morroco handsome regular price sale Under Both Flags is a book that every trne American should be proud It is not a war book It is not a book Of blood and Insu Carnage but it is a book forthe home and fire side teaching the pure and holy and harvest principles of unselfishness patriotism and devotion to justice and love of country even to the sac rifice of life greater than surrender of principle Cloth binding regular price sale Haif Morroco regular price sain Full Morrocco regular price sale The Royal Photo Gallery The ubiquitous traveler and magic camera brush the dust from hoary antiquity aud behold there leap into photographic splendor and perfection on the walls of Royal Gallery sculptured pillar engraved sarcoph agus ruined temple polished statue Shattered aqueduct gigantic cause way monumental pyramids Regular pride sale Not a cheap book but a good book for a little money The Horseshoe Grocery 214 N Mam St Borcher Pleul Not Qnllty Columbus Dec 18 The Borcher boys accused of cremating their stepfather Gerhard Borcher were arraigned here and pleaded not case was set ror today The crime was committed on Oct 31 the boys living alone in the house for two days after the death of Borcher Thai Does your urine show sediment DoesyourbacK pain urine pale cloudy stringy urinate often especially at night MFflY burn when pasing r symptoms are often favorlte Remedy positively cures them Detroit OeU the Mmt Philadelphia Dee 18 ment was made yesterday that the ex ecutive committee of the National Mu nlclpal League has accepted the invita tion of tlie Detroit Municipal League to hold the next annual meeting in Detroit The date of the meeting has been fixed for April 22 23 and 24 THE NICKEL PLATE EOAD will afford its patrons an opportunity to take advantage of low rates for Christmas and New Year holidays by selling tickets at a fare and a third for the rouudtrip to all points on their ilne December 24 25 81 1902 and January 1 1903 Betarn limi including January 2 1903 Through service to New York City Bostoc and other eastern points Chicago pas senger station Harrison and 5th Are For further information address John Y Calahan General Agent 113 dams Chicaog GREAT STRIKE THREATENED The superlative adjectives 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