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   Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - September 19, 1900, Hutchinson, Kansas                                XV WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 265 RESTORING ORDER Ten Thousand Men are at Work Clearing This Army is Accomplishing Much Toward Restor ing the CLARA BARTON STRICKEN While Administering io the Suf ferers of the RAIN LAST NIGHT With a Heavy Wind Slorm In Some Parti of the From reports received bore today the rain of last night was accompanied by a heavy wind in some parts of Bono At Nlckerson tho wind was strong and thesmokestack at the Parker creamery station was blown There was in heavy wind in the vicinity Langdou which done some and among other things there the Cront of Millers store was badly BUSINESS RESUMED AT Oae Elevator Commenced Running and Olh ers Are Being first sign of the resumption of commerce camo Elevator A began running ami this after noon the steamer Telsfora goes under the spouts for The wheat elevator will run night and duy from now Other elevators cannot be repaired for some Over a Car Load of Disinfectants Were Distributed Over the City ICE TRUST TO ANSWER Mayor Van Wyck Given More Time by Attorney MINES ARE SHUT DOWN FieUp in the Lackawanna Val ley is AN IMPERIAL EDICT Commands Chinese Generals to Avoid All Hasty Why New York Democrats Failed to Demand That the Ice Trust Be WAS A DEMOCRATIC TRUST And the Leaders of That Party Profited by r Democratic Convention was Op posed to Any Offensive Allusions to I Strike Has Also Caused the Lay ing Off of Every Coal Train ERIE ROAD AT ASTANDSTILL SUMMER RESORT Three Eleven Cottages and Several Stores New a summer resort near Seagirt was destroyed bp Ire Among the buildings burned were three of the larg est hotels in the eleven line cot tages and several Total loss is estimated at Are you insured against lire If better see John PENNANT TO CHICAGO White Stockings Win the Amer ican League president of the Reit Cross who unuio here to distribute supplies has been stricken down at her work while minis tering to tho victims of the Galveston She will leave for Washington at The work of clearing streets of is progressing rapidly under the peifcnt organization instituted by military rule under Adjutant More than men are engaged on the Ninetyeight bodies are reported as having been found in the wreckage and making a total of victims so far re This list is far short of the accurate number of dead because no ofHeial rooords are Bodies found are bnrieti or and a systematic record has been Tho storm wrecked almost every vault in tho six and many of the dead were washed to sea in metal So far only one casket been It had been carried throe miles from tho vault The extension of the electric lighting system By tomorrow the distance from Twentieth to Twentysev enth streets and from tho bay to Broad way will bo equipped with electric More 200 skilled mechanics were brought hero today from Texas The total number of dead is still esti mated from to The news paper list IE over The names of many Italians and other foreigners can never be The under the direction of tho Jiealth was pushed with vigor Disinfectants are distribut ed over the and large quantities are Over a carload of disinfect ants was taken from tho wharves today and sent to the health department sup ply and almost as much was taken from that place and distributed over the As fast as it can be done the oily is being placed on a thoroughly sanitary Much was done today in the way of removing debris anddisposing of animal The sick and wounded are best of treatment and the facilities are such that anyone medical attention oan have it by apply Besides the other hospital and medical relies there already in operation the Marine hospital hospital and camp was and will acoomo Unto a large numbtr of Per sons unable to travel have been taken from the hospitals uud sent on cutters and by other means of trans portation to Houston and othor relief stations on the The outlook from a health standpoint is very Three pile drivers are at work closing up the broach of the Gal vostou Bay bridge made by the steamship The building of the bridge is progressing and it is expected trains will be able to cross Ordershave been issued to allow freight to proceed to Tho one bridge bo hoavily taxed to accommodate all the The tracks on Galvestou isl and will be completed to tho bridge to morrow Engines uro again run ning into the union station add switoh iugin the wharf yards and are bringing freight to the ships in The water works system is rostoroe and tho mains now supplying the various BOXERS MUST BE CAPTUEED Allies to Insist Upon the Return of the Emporor to His Boorsen Zoi tung today prints a special despatch from Shanghai dated September saying an Imperial edict dated September oom mauks all Chinese generals under pain of to avoid hostile acts and orders all to return to Peking and assist in restor ing order and and orders the sup pression of boxers whose leaders must be The second ediot orders a comprehen sive reform in the entire administration of the The allies at it is aba declared in a must insist upon tho em porofs return and tho punishment of Kang Yi and all the boxer GERMANY FOR BLOOD Demands Punishment of Chinese Who Slew This Must Be Done Before Ger many will Take Any Steps Towards Operators Refuse to Yield to United Mine Many of Them are Taking Their Mules Out and Preparing for a Long BLUES WON CLOSING GAME MAY BE INTERNATIONAL WAR Mannings Youngsters Must Be Content With Fifth Place This MCORMICK QUITS Refuses to Be Populist Candi date for State FUSION WAS TOO MUCH Of a Mixed Quantity Him to Meet Its De for Mo the Populist nominee for state senator in this today signed and forwarded papers withdrawing from the My said Mo is caused by the demands of tho various factions in the Populist and Democratic parties growing out of the fight between Tully Scott and John Dykes in the congressional I had hoped the trouble between the two men would be but us there is no pros pect of an agreement shall lloCormick was elected to Con gress from the Sixth district in but was defeated by tho Republican caudi in This year there is triangular fight between Reed Dykes and PROHIBITION President Returns to president accompanied by liis private secretary ar rived here early this WHEN YOU VISIT HUTCHINSON STOP AT THE MIDLAND HOTEL The Only FirstClasa House In The Bit Airy Street Can tie VMM all Train Carrying the Prohibition Candidates Starts Upon Its Trip Across Prohibition rearplatform campaign began this morn ing when a special traiu of a baggage cur and two Pullmans pulled out of tho Union depot over the Burlington Among those aboard wero John candidate for president Henry candidate for vice president Voluey Cushiug of and Oliver Stewart of chairman of the national executive com The train K ill run through Illi Wisconsin and other central and western IBThe extension of time granted to Mayor Wyokof New York in which to answer the charge of holding stock in tho ice expired at noon No answer was filed by the Al though Governor Hoosevelt has not granted him a further extension of ic is uu derstood that Attorney General Davis has done giving him until September 29 to Hie The attorneygeneral day Mayor Van Wyoks answer should have been a long letter to Duncan Campbell of Cornell The professor introduced a in the Democratic state con vention denouncing the Ice Trust and de manding that the Republican attorney general proceed with diligence for the legal destruction of said The demand on the attorneygeneral was omitted from tup platform as Davies based his letter to Professor Loe on The every rightminded citizen will regret the omissiou of Lees dec laration that the Ice Trust particularly oppresses tho poov and arbitrarily raises the price of one of tho necessities of This going into particulars concerning the etteat the Ice Trusts operations would have been of great value to those who are endeavoring with every means in their power to destroy that odious It was hardly to be I that Augustus Van Wyok and John stockholders in the Ice had charge of the writing of the would permit of the in troduction into it of a statement which would bring to the mind the tenement house population of the city of New York and thoir sufferings the past summer in consequence of the savage greed of the Ice Davies then assails Richard Cro Judge Van Wyok and Corporation Counsel Whalen as who had profited by the ice and John Carroll and Randolph Cluggeniieimoras delegates to or representatives of Robert Van Wyok and all heavy stock holders in the saying it could hardly bo expected that they would mit of any offensive allusions to the ice trust or any utterance which would pos sibly tend to break down that trust and take away all hope of present and future The attorney general gives in detail the record of tho bringing of tho action aud of tho stays and says Tho above record discloses that the ice combine has refused to meet the pro ceeding upon its but on the con trary bus hampered this department at every step with writs of stays aud and in every legal technicality has been invoked on the part of tho combination that tho in genuity of the counsel for tho defeueo could DEMOCRAT PAPER President Mitchell of the United Mine after getting partial reports at Hazelton from his lieutenants this morning made tho unofficial statement that about 000 out of mine workers in the anthracite Holds wero idle All of the strike leaders say they confident every mine will be tied up betoro tho end of the week und tho production of coal will bo at a strike of the authracito eoftl miners entered upon the third day with everything shut down in the First headquarters this morning receiving word that the Mo canaqua braker iu the far western end of tho region had been closed through the efforts of District President who organized nearly every workman there last This makes the tieup tho Laokawauna aud Wyoming valleys thor Not a single wnshery was doing business The situation is made more complicated by this for within a few days must come the stoppage of street railway tho shutting down largely of the electric light aeivico and closing of tho schools because of lack of The tieup of the mines has caused the laying oil of every coal train crow in this region and whatever coal is being moved is going out in freight Tho Erie railroad is almost at a stand No coal win taken over tho llones dale brunch and today the switching crew at that point was laid The Erie Wyoming Delaware Ontario and Lackawauna sys tem are not moving a single coal train to day in any the strike being wholly responsible for this ranks of the strikers at the Haileton district were considerably increased today by re cruits from nearly every colliery in1 the region that worked yesterday and Morea colliery is still shut up as tight a Other collieries iu tho Mahony district arc at work despite tho reports last night that some of them might bo tied up Sept thousand employes at five colleries owned by the Philadelphia and Beading Coal aud Iron Companion and individual persons ceased work today in the vicinity of and compelled the stop page of This makes the tie up complete in tho Shamokin ex cepting the Locust Gap and North Frank lin coliories operated hy tho Philadelphia and Beading Coul and Iron owner of tho Lattimer and Mar wood collieries in the Hazoltou district in an interview said Under no considera tion will tho operators yield to the United Mine It will bo a fight to the and the oporntora will So far us 1 urn personally concerned I have ordered tho imilos to be taken of tho I aio AMERICAN The American league for the season of 1900 is now but a thing in its race has been run aud tho pennant has gono to the toarn that deserved Chi cago White Stockings represent an ag gregation of conscientious ball players and they have won tlio flog wholly on their Kansas City must bo content with fifth place and console her self with the fact that in every aeries in which they met tho pennant winners they havo come off Milwaukee and Indianapolis are tho teams which have pushed the local team down the In the forty games played with these two organizations the Blues havo been able to wt but AT KANSAS Kansax City and Buffalo closed the sea sou with the final result in favor of the home The base bits were about United States Must Either With draw from China Or Join Germany and England and Other Allied Powers in a Long Will Support the Republican Ticket Under the New a local weekly has changed Kerr sold out to Briuoo who will issue it iu support of the Republican equally but Kansas City got theirs at more opportune and profit ed by the horse play whloh was the prin cipal feature of the game Score R HE Kansas 0 10 4 Patten and Goudiug Foreman and AT The American League soasou ended at Milwaukee with n game between Milwau kee aud the vititors being vic torious by a score of U to Score H H E 2 fl 4 3 8 1 Rottsor and Spies Roust aud AT Tho American League soasou closed with a defeat for Score U H E 8 10 0 94 Stimmel ami Hey clou Eisher and AT Detroit took tho last two games of the season without 7 12 i U4 Cronlu aud Shaw McCanti Second Score U H E U 2 94 Casey and McAllister Hhrot and AUBK1CAM LKAOUr Milwaukee 7H fill 71 04 71 UH Kansas 0 7U 01 73 BnHttlo ill 7J 5t general impression hero is that tho Gorman note of yesterday demanding the punishment of the Chinese ofuoials responsible for tho outrages upon foreigners as a condition precedent to peace has brought the Chinese trouble to an acute crisis so fur as the United States is con This conclusion is based upon tho belief in oflloial circles that tho Chi nese government ciuiuot accept tho Ger man so that it is now for tho United States government to either with draw its forces from China or join Germany and and per haps some other of tho allied in a prolonged wo with Baron German charge called early at the state depart ment to talk with Secretary in 01 plauntion of tho points of the German Chinese had preced ed him showing visible signs of nervous ness and disquiet ovar thin last Adeo made art appointment for him with who is again acting as secretary of Then Adeo repaired to tho White HOUBO to communicate to the presi dent the unbalance of tho conversation with tho two Ho refused to discuss tho latter publicly in any BANK IS ROBBED in Cash and Notes Taken by the COVERED BY INSURANCE Burton and Ball Address a Enthusiastic Audi ence at HS fill II NATIONAL Harwood mine and put to preparing for a GOLD DEMOCRATS IN Horetofore it has been Dorno KRUOHR WILL 00 TO Dutch War Ship Has Beta Placed at Hli Dir or That Toe ment of the Netherlands hag beau notified of Krogeri acceptance of its offer to place war ahip at to convey him from IJQTVBM afarqaM to WAS AT Sound Money Men Establish Headquarters In al headquarters of the Gold Democratic party were established today in this Lait Survivor of The Charge of he Llfbt Brigade Is Upper 1 of tho BaUUlava is He has lived near here uinoe The battle was made fMnoua by Tounysons Charge Light The rooms will bo opened not later than John who has supervision of said that he is arranging with a prominent of an other city to come hero to manage the JTrenzel announced that John Irish will speak at Fort South Bend and iu Kentucky and John will speak in and and poiaibly he AT Boston won making it four Score li H E 18 0 10 I Futtingor and Sul livan and AT The game between Philadelphia aud I Cincinnati wan close to a and the victory of tho locals wan due principally to Newtons Score H II B 1U 2 0 U 1 Batteries Newton and Frazor ana Mc Furl AT Louis played Brooklyn and won iu a Booro K 11 E 0 13 Bank of Bushtou was robbed Smiday the safe completely wrecked and about All the notes which were in tho safe wore also carried The bank was fully protected by No traces of the robbers have been dis Burton aud Lieutenant Bali ad dressed a largo audience in the opera ouso in this city yesterday tho weather aud ground wero i superb condition for wheat liidi kopt a great many from the meet tho fanners being at the opera ouso was A heavy rain fell here again last WORKMAN 2 76 Yocug and Bob Kennedy Luova 78 48 70 ua nn nn 5 as 87 BO 08 he Order Will Have a Picnic and a Dig Time In Dodge 19 A grand larbuouo aud picnic of tho of u of Kansas u to be held hero October Grumt lister John Critter will bo presonl and will bo made by other good A Kood time offered to alt who Music will bo furnished by ho Dotlgo City Weather IU Forecast until 8 Thursday For Kansas Fair tonight and Thursday cooler iu east portions to night westjrly tm n bnrnlna Urn economical Be eccuomlcll and buy yotu ul The SIciuniB Goal SOOS Booth 10 Oppwite IflMMit Matte Deftt   

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