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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 8, 1907, Mason City, Iowa                                TW10EAWEEK WEEKLY ALL THE NEWS ALL THE TIME THE BEST NEWJS FIRST THATS ALL VOL XIX MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY JANUARY 8 1907 NO 59 IN TRAVEL V He I WILL SUE A KUTG May Be Roasted Alive in a Flying and Blazing Pullman Sleeper i jught Sufficient to Pay i Z the Life of a Peasant in gj Saxony r tien Saxony Jan 7 It is tm dei od that a widow named Stark JJ in the village of Pernersdoff has de Drained to sue the king of Saxony foi le support of herself and sis min ITJTFOCATIOH KILLS ONE MAN because the king while out riding in an automobile so badly frightened her eldest sous horses teat son was and trampled to death The facts in the case appear to be that a few flays ago King Frederick was moteving along the high road near Pprnersdoff when be met Frau Starts eldest son who jumped out of Eis wagon to hold bis plunginghorses The i kings chauffeur put oil extra speed and passed the wagon at the moment Stark was under the hoofs of his Pead horses and did ont stop until he Teach Out of Reach of Courts for He Dies by His Own Dia bolism HEPLY TO HE DEMANDSA LOASf OF of the president There is not the slight NEGRO TSOOF3 BANISHED All Now Enrolled Under the Stars and Stripes to Go to the Philippines j Washington Jan All negro troops in the United States army are to be Peace Men Object to the War sent to the Philippines for service Or Features of the Jamestown j ders to this affect have been issued by Secretary Taft with the full approval Exposition Jeoona ratal Mishap on ThatKoadin TW ve Days Whole Family of Six the Victims of the Wily and Deadly Natmial Hotel Blaze est doubt that the order is the result TOO MITCH JOF ASMY AND NAVY of the feeling which has developed Failing to Get It Explodes a Bomb against the negro soldiers with Deadly Effect Council Bluffs Jan 7 Louis de Lario Washington clerk of ed Zehista castle belonging to Count the house committee la Riex where he obtained assistance and jizred O H Johnson Salt Lake City went haek iu tne automobile to the in flight burns onneck and head Henry jured wago flrirer Ca brow Salt Lake City right cut by glass Mrs Carbon Bank Regarding the action taken Secretary Tafe has issued a statement in which he present assignment of Cashier Is Killed and regiments to tlie Quarters Wrecked Half a Other Persons Badly Wounded Philadelphia Jan 7 Two mea dead a score of others injured two of Whom may die and the beautiful in terior of building laid in ruins I pines is merely for an equal distribu liou of foreignservice They have noi been there for four years be j comes fallto them and to the other I regiments that they be assigned to the Philippines indue It is added I that the idea that the negroes are be ing sent because feeling against them in this couutry is utterly Exposition OlHcial in Reply Culls At teutioii to the Fraternal and Church Features of the Fair MEXICAN REBELS GO KREE is the result of a bomb being dropped I in the Fourth Street National bank there by a man who had demandeda loan of for which he could show no collateral The perpetrator of the outrage was blown to pieces his flale suffered from exposure One Diaz Cannot Hare Them Indicted passenger dead and three injured are Says United States Commis tli results of the second fatal accident sibner Neill to hefali Los Angeles limited train No j San Antonio Jan of death Nothing was left 8within a week when a Pullman that the defense had proved that the i to tel1 who he wa but of Sleeper caught fire while the train was outbreak at Jiminez Mexico was part ftngrfent cUrthtas belonging to the bomb thrower A plate JAIL DELIVERY BAFFLED Prisoner Caught Just as He Vftw Crawling Through an Opening in the Wall Jan iA daring tempt at a wholesale liberation of all Norfolk Jan protest by of the advisory board exposition against the diversion of the exposition to the service of militarism as issued from Boston has been replied to on behalf of the exposition company by Barton Myers governor of ways and means of the exposition company The protest calls attention to the erploitation in tho advertisements of the exposition of the military and naval features of the show which are quite prominent espe cially the naval and objects to them as calculated to teach mili PSKKTN3 SAYS NOT WSTLTT Had Nothing to Do with the Making of the Entries Alleged ToBo False New York Jan am not guilty of the offense cuarged against me by tue Indictments I did not make fhe entries in the books of the New York Insurance company specified in thein dictments or any of them nor was I in any way concerned in the making of such tries nor did I aid and abet the making of such entries nor did I directly or indirectly counsel com mand induce or procure any other person to make such George W Perkins exvice president of the New York Life Insurance com pany has made this sworn reply to tha tries to be made in the companys books to conceal the real nature of some Of the stock transactions These charges form the basis of the six in dictments for forgery in the thrid de gree handed down against Perkins and Charles S Fairchild a week ago Fri day GOES MILES TO WED the prisoners in the county jail taryism andgive the impression that frnsbated by Sheriff Hines when he the United States is for war rather I i r i TT L r nt S IUL C J illU VjllULUiU Uilt UL U1O Valley en routeto meat United States Commissioner Neill name of steeiej qarner Toe j prisoners who is held for murder just Wednesday evening No 8 and No 2 has refused to issue a warrant of ex other man killed by the explosion was j as he was crawling through an open overland limited came together at tradition for Jose Arrelondo and his W E McLonr the cashier of the bank ing which had boeu made in the jail with fatalresults five Mexican companions the defend who had been talking to the stranger j wall Two other men also charged ants in the extradition proceedings in and had refused his request with murder and men Others Who Were Badly Hurt Among the most seriously injured De iario Disfigured by Fire The Northwestern train had gat with stitnted by the Mexican government in a mile of Loveland near Missouri wbich have been in progress Uor fhe Valley whoa passengers in Pullman Past several weeks and the defendants Reflnelcl were aroused by smoke were discharged from custody the fire could not be de Arredondo was immediately rear iorniined but it had been undoubtedly rested tbe immigration authorities smoulering tor some rime before being to be teied on a charge of entering the discovered as the car was filled with United States in violation of the im dense smoke which suffocated tho migration laws The other five men passengers Louis de Lario aged 22 are entirely free and cannot be re whose home1 was at Laramie tried on tne charges preferred against fcut who had for some time held the position of clerk of the house commit tee on irrigation was1 dead whenl found The fire had or near Iiis berth and the flames had reached Iiis almost denuding it an caus ing some disfiguration Caused by a Bottle Baby passengers from the burned car practteally all the personal effects Mexican government HE EOSSED A BSOTHEK Thief Wears the Same Fraternal Or der pin as the Man He Despoiled Indianapolis Jan hate to do A said iljei a hardware merchant aa f L ha they bad with most ofthem es nifffat the revolver caping in their sleeping clotlies The uhile a confederate went through the fire said bythe conductor and pas maupy drawer of his store Miller was eengers to have originated insidethe in hls store wnen two men en ear and apparently in one of the tered ancl asked to be soown some borths One theory is that it started pocket knives to a berth occupied by a woman with As tbe merchant drew his hand out were in the plot to break jail The prisoners had dug their way Will Be a Peace Congress Mayers has issueda statement in which he soys We value the opin ion of members of the advisory board of which Cleveland is chair man and the exposition management Kalamazoo Girl Will Jbnrney to don G B to B eone a mechanical Engineers Wile Kalamazoo Jan 7 Mlia Katherine McDonald accompanied by several Kalamazoo friends will leave In two weeks to go to London where Miss McDonald will wed James Frank Sickman a mechanical engineer now located in London but whose home is in ITolyoke Mass Miss McDonalds friends are accompanying her to be are William Crump through a heavy stone and brick wall There are 100 members of that board into the attic andwere prepared with j Eleven appear to have signed the pro test against militaryism at the expo sition So far from this exposition be ing R warlike inspiration it will be the greatest peace congress that has messenger president of the banlc badly mangled and may die Wil liam bank may die Thomas B Rutter Lansdale frac a rope made of bedclothes by means of which they intended to lower tberu Twentyone pris selves to the ground oners were in Lid on For the tured skull iank Lnbold A F Po minici and C K Horton clerks Miss Tulia Brady stenograhpfer Sized Up as Eceentric Steele called upon Richard ton president Of tho bank who pipsident of the Philadelphia IJousa association and loan of Thepresident quickly always enjoyed a wideopen policy oftheir resources and industrial prod sized him up as eccentric and turned Mayor John W Boehne a Democrat of ppace with Listbrical doeu to take place at the end of the mile journey is the culmination of a pretty Sickmau as a young engineer rame to Kalamazoo in 1901 to superintend the construction of a big paper mill assembled Representatives of all the and whilehere met Miss McDonald nations are expected here tounit In he was called to supeimten d the celebrating the birth of this nation the of a wall paper mill on the Thames Miss McDonald a small infant who had been using an alcohol lamp to heat milk for the baby WHOLE FAMILY ASPHYXIATED of tbe show case be looked into the muzzle of a revolver The man with the pistol noticed a lodge pin on the lapel of Miners coat and turning over the lapel of his own showed Miller a i similar pin and apologized for the Father Mother and Pour robberv Deadly Natural Gas Burlington At Jan 7 Through some unknown manner but probably by way of a sewer pipe illuminating entered the house of George H Devino a grocery clerk at Winooski some time during the night and asphyxia tod the entire family of six rersons consisting of the father moth er and four cJiiidren All were dead whenPeviiios brother broke into the house but it is thought that the father had been roused and was attempting to make his escape when he was over come his body being found on the floor besicle i he bed with the monthstuffed with cotton batting The children were Isabell 5 years Madeline 3 years Verne and Cecilia 5 months TThe Deyiuo house is not connected the sas main but as the orior was very noticeable about the closets and sink drains it was believed that the gas came from a break in the main and entered the house through the sew er connection Crop Damage Is Enormous Evansville Jan Ohio river is thirtynine feet today and still rising The crest of the flood with a probable depth here Of fortyone feet is expected Monday The crop damage is estimated at in couthem Indiana At Petersburg and Otner points along the White Patoka and Wabash rivers the damage reported is great with the waters still rising but there has been no loss of life him over to the cashier with the idea that the latter would have him taken from the building Before leaving Hush ton the man showed him a picture of si woman and a child with the inark Aint they all right Crnmp an Instant Too Late A fewnnvTients later there was a ter rifie explosion which shook the big building and completely wrecked tbe Interior of the bank Cashier MeLenr in his office when the man threw the bomb and was instantly killed With the exception of his right arm and shoulder he was not mangled Wil liam Cramp the colored messenger made a heroic attempt to seize the ob ject which Jie man was about to drop from his raised hand but he was an in stant too lato who was elected on a reform platform says that for tho three years he yet to servsthe Sunday closing law will be strictly enforced Some of Ihe sistingupon Sunday theaters and stopping the sale of Sodu water and cigars on Stin day meuts and relics Prominent Peace Features ProtehFy the most prominent feat expositkhvwUlbe the of Humane Riot Rifles Madrid Jan has been decided by the government to provide the civil guards with a humane riot rifle for use in quelling disorders The weapon wil only kill at short range and is expected to lessen the chances of In jury to other than rioters The trouble caused by the raising of octroi dues which caused an advance in food values continues at several points Will Open Department ICalaciaifco Jan Three Die in a Fire j editor of the Kalama Pelhi N Jan 7 Three lives I Gazette announces that the news DEAD MAN FULLY IDENTIFIED Went East from Chicago and Had Libert at Garner la With the finding later of the person al effects of the man who threw the bomb it was established that he was Roio Steple once of Garner la The bombthrovcr was found to have slept Friday night at the Grant House a hostprly on the outskirts of the Tender loin frequented mostly by respeetable working people The man registered as J R Steele of New York He car ried a grip which he refused to allow the colored porter to carry to the room When Detectives searched the room they found several yards of slow fuse a number of detonating caps a re volver and a box of cartridges A man answering the description of tbe bombthrower earlier in the day visitocl the TOquitable Trust company on street and demanded a loan of on securities he declared to be Deatii for Eight Men Kenosha Jan 7 As the result of an explosion in one of the buildings of the Laflin Rand Powder company at Pleasant Prairie five men are dead and three others dying In Kenoshn hospitals Three of the dead were liurued nearly past identifi cation The ctead are Ralph Alderson superintendent of the corning factory Carl Andraiovitch Tony Brobolsky and Nioolwitz Rolohowitz laborers un identified Russia MAYOR IffCLEIIAN TO FIGHT City of Panama AH Right City of Mexico Jan dispatch to the Associated Tress from Mazat liin from United States Consul Louis Kaiser says City of Panama sight incentive to war ed will land in one hour Appears all The City of Panama was reported in the press of the ready been engaged Amongst are a Inrjrcnumber of religiousOrgan isations ami rliuiilies some of tio largest in Uie United The lias liuen oiTfieil by ihuux to on affordtecu for and religiois work during the cxhlbi liosi but continuing it Thinks Tlium One or of protestors have Ioon iclontinod with to univurstil poate tlis annanu of tiie iisitions ptc are so deojily enilnioil tho ImportiKice of tho movement to which they have consecrated their ef forts that fhev are oversensitive There is nothing like so inuth or display of tlie pageantry of war in such an assem blage as is anticipated here ns in the He Is Fighting the Proposed Rehear ing of the Hearst Application for Quo Warainto Albany N Jan Cfocvt rustic1 sel representing KTcCIellon New York city isued an order forbid ding Attorney General Jackson to hear the reargunient on William Randolph Hearsts application for leave to begin quo warrantb proceedings against Mayor pending a hearing before Justice Fitts on Tan 12 This will prevent the argument be fore the attorney general which had been set for today The writ was asked for on the ground that a similar appli cation for leave to test Mayor Me Clellans titleto the office of mayor of New York had been acted upon by ex Attorney Genera Mayer and that the present attorney genera had no right to open the proceedings States asprobably lost with 112 souls on board Strike Is Settled Jan agree ment has been reached aiid papers signed for the settlement of the South ern Pacific Firemens strike First Jo Use Niagara Power Angeles Jan years sham confllftswhich are held frequent ly like that at Mananas about two years FLOWER HELL WITHOUT BAH Noted Swindler Who Has Just Been Arrested at Hunted for Philadelphia Jan R C Flower who is also known under sev eral aliases been hunted for and who was arrested in this Eij Sidewhceler TjaTmetoedv Detroit Jan 7 The largest side wheel steamer in the world built for the Detroit and Cleveland Navigation company was launched at tbe Wyan dotte yard of the Detroit Shipbuilding company and christened the City of Cleveland by Mjrs A A Schantz of this city The City of Cleveland is 444 feet long OR feet t indies over the guards in breadth and 22 feet deep She will have a capacity of something over day passengers and sleeping accommodations for in addition to tlie crew of persons Mchashan a wealthy retired manu facturer wlio was the first man to use city Friday on a warrant from New York charging him with swindling in pnwer from Niagara Falls for mani vestors by selling them ibogns gold lost in a fire that destroyed the American hotel here The dead are William Winter druggistMrs Anna Winter his wife John OConnor tail or All were suffocated They were permanent guests at the hotel department of The Gazette would be in his possession Receiving Teller Me opened every day in tlie future with Says He Saw a Shadow TCewanep Jan An derson husband of a Cambridge wo nnm who was murdered while sleep Ing at his side was to testify be fore a coroners jury for the first prayer by himself or ministers of city The announcement created con siderable surprise as Ross until re cently expressed but little religious sentiment Death of an EvIowa Man Los Angeles 7 Henry Clny Sifrlcr formerly a prominent merchant hanker railroad builder and chinch worker in Iowa is dead at his home time since the mysterious shooting He here At one time he owned several has been crazed since his wifes death banks in the vicinity of Osceola His story revealed that there was ft uil in railroad work had much to do lighted lamp in the room and that he with the upbuilding of many towns In saw a shadow disappearing through that region the door as lie was awakened by the shnt HP followed but did not inves Devitt whom he approached ordered the strangeaway Thp man fumbled Jn his pockets but finally withdrew He stopped at the doorway and again fumbled in his pockets The watch man following instructions of the tell er ordered him ont and he reluctantlj left th building A rruin umvasv rirau Steeles widow lives at 1770 North Ash land avenue that city His widow has received a telegram from some 1111 uffieturing purposes is dead of typhoid fever in the California hospital Three I Base Ball League Rloominptnn Tan mining stock was given a hearing be fore a magistrate and held without bail to await requisition papers from New York At the hearing Detective Sergeant Edward Holland lias issued a call for MeCnnville of New York was the only witness He testified that the prisoner wns wanted in New York where he had jumped a bail bond and requested that theprisoner be held for extradition papers Counsel for Flower tbe seventh annual nitpting of the Three I 3ase Ball League on Jan 15 at Chicago BcTcsfoirts Coming to States London Jan Charles and Marcus Hevcsford it is announced will leave for tlie United States at an earlv day to realize on the estate of One Beats Fat One Wabash Jan Keller sged 84 a pioneer of Rich Valley this county and Da vie Barnett a prominent farmer and local Dernoorit ic politician who weighs 50 pounds indulged in a foot race Keller winnina by two seconds The course was 10 yards and all the village turned out to see the race which had been w e ly discussed It was a test of years against flesh and the former won Bailey in Travis Austin Jan the special j Democratic primary eiertion held throughout Travis county tha camil protested against the prisoner being of TTnjtlv Shltes senator Bailey held without bail and requested that to sucewHl wns not imlorW nominal bail be fixed but the request Oniv a smali votp wns refused by the magistrate who wns killed in a railroad wreck In North Dakota The estate valued nt neary was left to be tlgate to see if his wife was hurt Say Strilce Is Not Broken NPW York Jan of the strike in progress against the Erie railroad by ils freight handlers in Jer sey City deny tlie contention of the company that tlie places or tho strikers have hjen filled ami strike is practically broken They declare that the Krie is badly crippled in its Jer sey City yard and that by next dny the freight handlers oniployod by nil thp lines city will hnvc joined the ISrie men Decision in an Earthquake Case San Francisco Jan 7 Juige Hosmer in the superior court ren dered a dartsion holding that under the cartlu clause contained in many insurancepolicies is to be in cluded fire damage resulting fromthe earthquake as well as damage rusult Ing solely from tlie oarihqiiaUe Mrs IjantryV FatfiertnLaw llojul London Jan Sir Henry Perceval do Katlio wlioso son Herald de Bailie Is the husbandof Llllip Langtry K dead Ho was born In 1S2S His death gives Mrs de Bathe the title of Lady de Bathe equally divided between them and the tbe llous9 nf and Sir Ernest son of fhe inte William Beresford an other brother known person saying that he lias been tiieir brother Lod Deleval Reresford j badly He went to Chicago from Oarner and worked as foreman of steel construction He Ipft Chicago a year ago to work at Washington anil since then has also worked at Lynch bitrsr Va He left there as lie in a letter informed his wife for Philadel phia His wifenever observed any signs of insanity in him nor was he so fur as she knows an anarchist or a socialist A Garner telecram says that I Steelo lived there some yours and Put on the Peace Tribunal London Jan 7 Viscount Selby William 0urt Gully exspeaker of majority against tho indorsement of Senator Bailey was not more than 100 votes Mediator 7 Governor HocU OfiiMs To Inn Hocli in writren to R II llar riniMii presMont nf thp Tnion Pacific Uaihvuy eompaiiy ami to J 1 ilana Jian irrand le RroIieiliood Satow who was British minister to Peking been appointed perma nent representatives of Great Britain nt the arbitration tribunal will not serve however during njro tlie appraolunac peafe Sleuths May Take Notice St Johns Jan 7 Sheriff Keeney of Clinton county has of fered a reward of for the appre hension of the throe men suspected of tho Fowler bank robbery two weeks Thpv were traced for twenty Htio Losrs fjiie Pass St Jan Potter pass of C was dision wns n wcltdnller he In tor opened n lfirftwn tlniunl by the Burllnpton in complia nmchinc anrl portdlnil fo lintent mcdiclnofl Tie was elerted to tno the city eoimnl of finrwr In i an mnrriod there He left tor Chiengo Nothing dispovcrod ghes any cine ns to how lie came to dynamites bank of the tne ou of 1ie syslpni to Sfttf tlie threatoned sirikc along the Southern Pacific Hues1 with tho now ihlvrstato fomniwe law ShacUlofbrd while living in Qincy in tagged a train which wasap proaching a ravine whero a slide had occurred lie saved a score or more of lives and was rewarded by a lifI oass I i four hours but since that time notilng has been hoard of them Was Ojiriful Afoul His Sniciflc KdwanlsviilP Jan T Jacob Lpirtel aircil himself care fully Iiid out his insurance papers thp door of an adjoin ing room his wife sat ind thon shnt him self through the heart He died in No reason for the act Is nown   

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