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   Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - February 3, 1904, Hutchinson, Kansas                                l v x i THE HUTCHINSON FEBRUARY i CURTIS BAS ADVANTAGE Secretaryof State Burrow Ac cepls Hit Certificate j nlted Statei Doesnt Want Disputed Territory Near bremor of British North who hasarrived saya General while recently aat San capital of North in ormed htm that the question of the jwnershlp of the Inlands off the coast f Borneo which a United States war hoisted would be amicably an no strong rtoBlte partof the Americans to Iteep Of Nomination Piled Last Night After the Holton Con vention AND TURNS ANTHONY When He Offers His Certificate for Filing Anthony Then Files Objection to Democrats May Name ENGLAND GETS THE IS WORKED UP Annoyed at Russian Delay in Making icre shows that General Wood was ully authorized to make the state ment attributed to him relative to an mlcable settlement of theowner ship of the Islands off the coast of Tlie Issue as to ownership of these Islands was made by the dis patch to those waters by Admiral of the gunboat Quit which jolstodi the United States Bag on some of They are said to be ractcally fearing that Jie sultan of Jplo might undertake to bestow them to some other the question was placed In hands ot Gcneral with the single under standing that tile Islands arc to be declared part ot either the British or the AmoHcan It Is presumed that General Wood will re port to Washington In accordance with his statement to the governor of North and tliata the tlon of title will be finally settled by a treaty or protqcol between the Unitou States and Great Indications at Tokio are That the Lung Tension Has Reached a EMPEROR And a Council of Statesmen and High Officials is Stale Burrow tndny refused to acccu the certificate tt nomination tonderec by Anthony As the Repiibllcar nominee of the Hirst congressional dls Managers Curtis had filed their last night hurrying to Topcka fmnuxllatelyaftor he bad bosn Anthony then tiled an ob jection to the certificate filed by alleging that the latter had not been nominated by the tegular con PRESIDENT SEES BAT Walt While Roosevelt Dls cuuet Old Ring Russia Concentrates Her Fleets at Port Arthur Japan Siezes the Korean HUSBAND FOR Inmate of Pborhouie Seeks Asslitance from Rich Lop have been taken by deserted wives in the superior court of this but suit filed on Saturday Henry Elliott his first suit of the kind record In the local court where his wife for support the comforts of home In his complaint stales they were married In Eng In for the past years have been living in this He adds that he is 72 years old and anT as he is help he has for the past three years been an Inmate of the county the old man aays he never deserted him bilt that she deserted while he owns no property his wife owns an eightyacre farm In Colorado which brings her In a rental of a real estate In this city and a wellstocked that she con ducts a real estate and has considerable bank but that she not contributed anything tow and hia Blllotti asks the court to make an order for attorneys tfes and the costs of the and that H grant an order requiring her to contribute a reasonable sum for his OPERATION ENDS LIFE f ExSecratary of the Passed Away While on the Ope rating Table for the Sec ond APPENDICITIS THE CAUSE today Indi cate that the prolonged tension bas reached a presi dent the was sum CURTIS AND Will Be Opposing Candidates For Con grets in the the boll tf the Curtis men in the congressional Kocsevclfs sporting blood continues the country during the Bat appeared at the White HJouso several and representatives were In the Secretary took BatK card to the and the latter promptly said Let Bat right i am anx ious to sec The grueling between tho president and Bat was free from all core It was President z z After a senlencca i him and a and convention hero and the i the conversation turned on great ring lommtion of two separate conven as In the dispatcher two Republicans were nom inate for Congress in the First dls cnntesU wlilch havetaken place dur Ing the fifteen One of the first questions Bat by the president was How did Denver elder states Tlie of ficials make no of conceal ment ot their exasperation at the tnullness ot the Russian An unofficial dispatch yesterday suld LUe Russian decision means Port naval and military movements have been effected The Russian squadron heretofore In tlie inside har consisting of five battleships and two has joined the outside Simultaneously tiie brigade of Siberian litles and two batteries ot artillery fcr ah unannounced It a conteat to sec I E31 Smith manage to knock out Joe who will gel on the official ballot as the Republican with the favoring whose frleiuU compose the state canvassing Ooddard at New Orleans In 92 Bat explained that Smith In The Seoul Fusan railroad has been occupied by Japanese troops and the Japanese ECHO OF GRAIN Missouri Pacific Defendant Tn Damage Suit r and the srala buslMss at un der the firm name of Telchgraeber through attorneys Shev man of Kansas liavefiled a suit in the district court agariitlt the Missouri company amounting In thc aggregate to The first charge IB that on August the plaintiffs delivered to the of wheat for shipment to Kansas only 400 bushels ofwhich its destina Inthis case the plnnUffs loss Is fixed On tid same day 690 bushels more were ot which only 400 bushels were deliver loss On August theie was a wnjjlgnmentv 666 bushels of which only 400 bushels were again onthe same date bushels were given to the company for shipment and but800 bushelswere the TAFT better condition than and when he delivered the final blew htj Protection of their nli havo taken to Sooul for the The Curtis followers met In tne j hod on more steam than Goddard had Ring cowpunching In the Went kindred topics were discuss ed for about ten and in the nioanUnu iflsftlngiilsibed statesmen ore impatientlywaiting In the ad Alaccabces hall and nominated Charles Curtisfor congress elected of and Flem of as delegates to the Chicago and instructed them for Roosevelt for arid Mulvano for national com ml t toemon nominated of for presidential elector and Hoch for governor and for railroad Tho antiCurtis delegates mot iin the Tabernacle nominated Dan Anlhoni of for Congress elected of and of as delegate to the Chicago convention andin structed them for Roosevelt nomi nated of for presidential and Indorsed Governor Baileys Donlphan and Nemaha counties did not participate in the Curtis conven Brown and Jefferson counties did not participate In the other The Curtis conven tion lasted one hour andtwenty min Tho other convention lasted an hour and a LIFE SENTENCES overnor Yaten Three Men for on he recommenUatlon of the state board if Governor Yates today de lied a number of applications for exe utlve clemency and1 granted commu atlons and sentence to three men ervlng life sentences for George sentenced for life rom Adams county In had his sentence commuted so as to expire at WAGGENER FOR Run Democrats May Name Him to Against Charles to John chairman ofthe Democratic committee of the First who says the call for the congressional will be Issued next a great many Democrats favor P Waggoner for It Is urged lie by Waggener advocates that he would doubtless receive many antl Curtis Republican Penitentiary tor Embezzling Cathler George A coihler of the Produce Exchange today was sentenced to ten years In the He confessed to embezzling nearly olnlng wondering oldlng the who was The life sentences given Sentenced from Clalr and atilel sent rom were commuted o expire February Pardons were denied in tho follow ng cases John Nick Asso ciated Press is samloIBcially assured that the Russian response will not be sent before February 5 at the earli The tension unquestionably Is in creasing and the bourse shows an ad verse Goes TROUBLE OVER Kanus i Mercantile Company Into Park Mercantile Company to day filed suit in the district court here to enjoin the sheriff from selling part the goods carried in its branch store here tei pay The com pany objects to paying taxes Lyon county on the ground that it pays taxM on thssame goods In Shawnee This Is the method It em ploys with all Its branch but Lycn county thinks that since tho guoilB are kept here the Uixea should be paid Believes Are Eve of Era of Development i president today the Senate the annual creport of the Philippines including reportof thecivil gov ernor of ithe The report of the commission con tains a detailed statement of expendi tures under the appropriation of for the relief of distress In ihe Philippine Governor Taft the year was one among the people on ac count cl a but that the worst is past He believes we are beginning an era in the history of the FIGHT FOR Jeorge John Srioch John Thomas William jeorge Michael Charles John Louis Rallied After the First Operation and Seemed ExPresident in Cabinet He Pays Him New Collins former secretary of tthe died a few minutes after 4 oclock yesterday afternoon at his 871 Fifth He while under the influence ot administered preparatory to a second operation for By his bedside were his Harry Payne and his Dorothy as well as William the chief sur geon in Ho wois In his sixtyfourth Whitney was taken ill Friday at theperformance of Rigolet to at the Metropolitan Opera and had to before the operaend Drv the Whitney family was summoned and found the condition patient was such after an opera tion was decided and was per formed by The patient rallied so tyas fully believed he would Whitneys condition very pri Sunday and Mon day cbnisultation held yester dayafternoon the conclusion was reached that tiru only hope for rthe tient lay In a second A bulletin Issued In the morning stated that there had been a slight improvement In the patients but before 3 oclock alarming symptoms were noted and hurried preparations were made for a second Whitney was placed under the influence of but wheth er the operation was proceeding or not is the physicians per ceived the patient was In danger Harry Payne Whitney and Miss the Lester of hia college It was through her Senator that Whitney be6ame identified with the business enterprises which made his i He came to the In the movement against Boss and in 1871 was Interested In the for mation of the New York YoungMens Democratic Reform Tllden put much confidence In htm and support ed him in his candidacy for the dis trict attorneyfetolp In but In that campaign Whitney met his first and only for the never allowed his name to be put In nomination In the same year he wag made an inspector of the schools of New and in 1876 was appointed cor poration counsel for New York and re tained the position for seven In 1885 he accepted the portfolio of the navy In Clevelands and In this portion made a name for him self and started the movement to build the big modern battleships and cruis In 1888 Whitney was given the degree of by His wife died soon after he entered the and in 1896 he married Arthur Ran dolph In Bar She was seri ously hurt In a hunting accident In South Carolina in 1898 and died the next Whitney was well known In sporting especially on the the Whitney colors have often led big1 fields under the wire in the chief In this country and He was a generous disposed to pick out bright young men and give them a start in His hos pitable undertakings were on a large THE BOODLE STORY TOLD Butler Paid to Qet ing Bill Two Who Got Each Tell of Receipt and THE OFFER WAS VOLUNTARY When Delegates Asked They Were Turned Down And Told All They Could Have Was at a with the assistance of proper tariff reduction United States and proper navigation laws for the will be one of decided rftaiterlal Governor Toft political condi tions on the islands make the time ripe for a period great HAT SAVES AWOMANS His Attorneys Lining Every Effort to Clear Him at trial of and his two cow continued here The room was The Hrst preliminary skirmish come when Attorney Hotcli klss asked permission to add four names to those already Indorsed on Pletro Senator Cor Stephen SUPPLIES FOR THREE Steamer Sail for Japan With Strange ly Mixed San Pacific Mail Company Korea sailed tor the Orient today with over tons of Including tons of flour for Chinese and Japanese and 700 pounds of mess beef for the Russian army at She also carried 100 tons of tor the United Stataos troops at Manila and feet of lumber tor the same A war risk of V4 Per cent was quoted on the On the vessel nearly 209 includ ing a numiiov of Japanese army of who have been recalled from foreign former president of the Union Pacific accompanied by his sailed on the Korea for a tour cf the the objected and forty eight hours in which to make inquiry as to the qualifications of the four new Tils was Judge Hamiltonthen challenged the entire jury drawn from the jury box The challenge was over ruled and adjourned1 till after BABES AID FATHER IN Purchme Poison at His Direction and Play ai He does it hurt the rats wherc they take strjch nlne It makes them me some more Catrylns ona conversation wlih his foui Welsh tofay committed suicide by taking strych nine Lillian hi7 year old daughtei had purchased the polscn from a drui with B cenja her father had given here and five pennies she had taken from her bank Following IUH fathers the child mixed the poison her father drank it while hli children played about htm Late Style Millinery Creation Prevents of new style hat saved the life of Buhl yes terday She is the wife of Frank and former president of the Sharon Steel Buhl was along Oak land she and striking herhead on the stone The ijbrce of the blow ren dered her Physicians revived hear with much Her escape from fatal in juiry was undoubtedly due to a new hdt Underneath the back part of the hat was a heavy rollof served as a cush ion1 when herhead1 struck the pave The physicians saythat had the vel vet not beenon hat the blow would surely have caused EXPECT A Locate Man Who Burned His Sons House in Slin who is wanted for burning his sons house here In the attempt to bufn his1 tram whom he had sep has been seen heavily armed nine miles northeast In a Of fleersare the place and a battle with the enraged man is ex The neighborhood Is terror and all farmers are carrying arms Slmerly is thought to be In FUGITIVE CASHIER Fleeing Missouri Embezzler Arrested at Council Council the cashier of the bank of accused of embezzling of the banks been captured He has been sent to the Dotord haddriven from Altamoiu to where he a train for Cqimcil Denver Political Leader Arthur one of the prominent figures In Colorado v political died at a hospital toJai of bleed pels Wing He was age SEEKS PRESIDENT is Robert Aldrteh of In Cuttodyat AldTlch of and was arrestedat the White House oday when he irisiated on see ing the territorial Be explained that he bad written the a number of let but falling to receive he bad qometo Washington for made no and offered nci but police decided to hold him until Inquiry could be made to determine his salnlty and ascertain whether he Is a proper son be V JACK LONDOrf JAPAN The VVHter Was Arrested tor Photo graphing Japanese Jack tiiu beci and im prisoned chntgeil with photcgraphlns JapiuiL e fQitifWatlons oh French Hi J A tidal wrvt tip of Permarh last r I V of the crmrnunlty Is under and rniny fishing boat5 PI IA tcd of the occu Qrett damage Dorothy Whitney were Immediately no They hastened to the side of their father and In a few minutes be had breathed his Oxygen was and all the skill of the physicians and surgeons brought play to save the life of the distinguished bat to no Delay in the It was 5 oclock before the simple fact of his death was made Uater the following statement was is sued Whitney died at 4 oclock of peritonitis and blood follow ing an operation for The Interment will be at Woodlnwn at a diate to be hereafter the family plot where are the remains of Flora Payne Olive Whitney and Whitneys grand Flora Payne Whitneys Harry Payne aud Miss Dorothy were with him when he The services will be held ait Grace where Whitney was a pew The full list of pall bearers will be published Soon after tlie death visitors began to call at the Among them were Cornelius Vanderbllt and ex Secretary of War Hlihu William Collins Whitney was born in July of General James General Whitney came from an old Deerfleld family and married a Miiss of In 1838 General and Whitney moved The father waa brigadier general In the state militia when a young and Is well remembered as one ot the lead ing Democrats of Wil liam Whitney attended the village pchoola of Conway to prepare himself for the old Conway As a boy was popular with his companions always ready for and especially enjoying the rapldnre life of the au gar In the He was bright at his books and early In life showed the personal magnetism whfch has won him so many friends and A Vale In 1854 General Whitney was ap pointed civil superintendent of the armory and went there to His seven children went with During his stayIn Bos ton Wililsm entered Willlston and from there went to Yale arfii grad uated in tte clavS of fi3 In college le was popular and showed much lu tere t In college and when he graduated he class In tolsge he met O H lasne who has CLEVELAND8 William Whitney as a Cabinet Officer and Cleve land wai deeply moved when he learn ed of Whitneys To an As sociated Press reporter he Thejnews of Whitneys death has greatly shocked As I think of him my passing recent dwells upon the day of my as sociation with him in high official duty and recalls the time when 1 had the opportunity to enjoy hh unreserved Intimacy antl friendly Our relations have never but the exigencies of life have forbidden recent close Whitney had more force ful etflcieny than any man I ever In work that Interested him he actu ally seemed to court difficulties and to pleasure and In iinderfaking His conquest over ha encountered in takinEto build up our navy afforded him greater delight than the comple tion the groat result he achieved In his department of the government His judgment was clear and aston ishingly and when It was called Into action his mental poise was so complete that neither passion nor Irritation could lead It While I all this with admiration and I recall with more tender sentiment Whitneys devotion to his his extreme consideration for all he came in con tact his thoughtfulneaa for the ease and comfortableness of others and his ready Impulse to help those who needed I mourn the death of a friend of whom It can be truly said in his character were combined mental traits of a high order and loving quali ties of heart that grappled him to his friends with books of BROKER COMMITS Tires of Life When Ruined by Specula tion In Cotton New verses are to have caused Abraham 50 years a cott ton to commit suicide at his stare In Mercer street today by first drinking carbolic acid and then shoot Ing He had been In the cotton business for many years and was well known in the Of late years there have been many failures among the cloak and suit and nearly every ono of them Involved Bank iu some the trial to day of Colonel Mur formerly a member of the house of delegates of Louis and the agent of the alleged boodle was the principal Mnirrcll Is among those He went to Mexico but was induced to return and turn Murrell toldfoftlie formation of the and of the attitude of Us members toward Toe combine he decided on 000 as the price for which they would pass the lighting Subsequently he had a conversation with Butler which he summarized as follows Butler asked mo what we wanted to pass tlie I told him the boys expected he answer you fellows can have riot one cent Butler came to my office 1 did not send for Murrell told of reporting Butlers ultimatum back to the He said ho met Butler for tin second time regarding the bill November The bHI passed on the night that Butler re peated the proposition on this occa said Murrell ffoen told1 of the members ot the combine meeting at the houso of Delegate where ho said the money was Each members name was said Mur andPwe went got our pack age of How much did you get asked I got replied John another member of the corroborated much ot Mor rels naming eighteen mem bers of that body who were interested In the bribe He told of the meeting called by Delegate Gulke at the latter said that be had an offer ot to paas the lighting of which he dis given him In advance to show good The motion was made ami that Gulke be instruct ed to return the money and suy it is Hot He testified that Butler MARRIES ON HIS Prominent Boston Young Man Expires Two Hours the state mili tia and married Carolina Ida Belle a Newton on his deathbed In the city hospital He died of pneumonia two hours leaving his bride a for The couple bar beenengaged for two years and twice had settled upon the date of but each time sickness in their respective fam ilies caused a postponement The bridegrom was 26 years old and his widow also made an offer to him to pay to the Afterthe money had been it was dis Helms was paid by Charles George and Otto Shu other members of this afternoon told the same story of the bribery and they both ad mitted that they had received their share of the bribe The state then rested and at the defense filed a demurrer to all the evidence HAS A YET Old Woman ot Privation With Fortune In old woman for twenty years past resided ID a small room la this city has been found dead ot The officials who went to her room to seal up her furniture discovered In a and a further search re sulted In the finding of securities American In Town U formally postmaster genexal of the United woa married today to the daughter Alderman of valued at leaves no The woman Weather until S For Kansas Gen erally fair tonight and Thursday colder variable SEVEN DIE IN A Broken Rill CauMK Derailment of Ca nadian Pacific persons were and several were In a wreck today of the Canadian Pa cific express on the InterCokmial railroad near The accident was caused by a broken Several carswere thrown down an embmnk been so cloggy identified with his whole life On leaving Yale he en teied the Harvard law and went from thereto New York In 1866 and pawed hla bar He mar ried Miss Flora of Six htirdred and eighty consumers in Hutchinson are all witnesses on the side of the Gas No testimony offered on the other The jury unanimous on the first Light and Cos IS   

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