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New York World (Newspaper) - October 13, 1898, New York, New York Weather Forecast Fair Stationary Its House and Home House and Home To Lets printed in The World last IT COSTS BUT 30 CENTS TO PEOPLE Weather Forecast Fair stationary Circulation Books Open to Circulation Books Open to Paid Help Wanted print ed in yesterdays But 427 paid Help Wants printed in the 13 other papers f Tiy the Pregd PabllahO I ing Xcw York f NEW OCTOBER Xia In Greater New YorU nnfl TWO CEIVTS outside of Greater New YorU anil Jersey City and on IILES Jttot Invited to the Presidents Luncheon and Given a Back Seat at the MKINLEY ON WARS HAD We He Declares in His Shirk Our International There Must Be No Undue Special to popular every outside appear ance of mairkod today the participation of President McKinley and Other high officials of the Government in the TransMississippi Peace But underneath the semWance of unity Iwere continued the petty jealousies and ffnore serious animosities which have In Washington during and elnce war with Through negligence or studied intent Nelson Miles was given a back Pie was afforded no opportunity to receive the appreciation which the larg est multitude ever assembled in the West was anxious to accord He TWas quiotly but effectively Visitors but were Miles was not Invited to attend tha luncheon given the President last Eight at the Omaha Those seek dng excuses assert that he did not arrive until a late But the luncheon was not spread until aflter 11 and the General had then for some time been at ihls only a few squares the club It hod been generally supposed tlhat Miles would be given apartments mear the President In the building of the Omaha It is said the local committee had determined upon such an but received an intima mation that it wouild not be Miles was taken to the Millard Seventyfive thousand patriotic people who faced the stand at the exposition groundsIroni which ProiUent ley delivered his address today ex pected to see Miles occupying a conspicuous place on the but Instead he sat In a row of seats one removed the extreme He took no part jn the formal cere but at their in re sponse to calls the came to the front and made a perfunctory At the luncheon served later Miles was seated at the Prertflents but not near When called to the front of the re ceiving Miles tor the first time since his arrival hero greeted the The Presidents address was delivered to an audience of more peo Other thousands could mt gain ac cess to the space fronting the The President read his address from PrcHliIent McKlnleys After congratulating the people of the transMississippi secltion upon tire suc cess of their great exposition at lie said in peace and in with eddltions to our territory and slight changes in our we have steadily enforced the spirit of the Constitution secured to us by the noble selfsacrince and farseeing sagudlty of our ances We have avoided the temptations of conquest in the spirit of With on increasing love for our Institutions and an abiding faith in their iwe have made tihe triumphs oif our sys tem of government In the progress and prosperity of our people an inspiration to the whole human Confronted at this moment by new and grave wo must recognize their solution will not affect cur alone but others of the family ot In tills ngre of frequent luter toltanve and mutual dependency cannot ulilrlc our International rc it TVC would they jnUNt be met with courage and wlN and we must follow duty jevcn if desire No deliberation cult be loo mn ttvre or too countant in Xhift aoleinn lionr of our iWc mnitt avoid the temptation of Undue to He cure only such renulU UN will pro pnote our own anil Hie general It has been said by some one that the normal condition of nations is That not true of the United We neVer enter upon war until every effort for peace without it has been ex On April for the first time for more than the United States sounded the call to The banners of war were unfurled the best bravest from every section re a mighty army was enrolled the North sjirt the South vied with each other in patriotic devotion science invoked to furnish its most ef fective weapons factories were rushed supply the youth the veteran Joined in freely offering their services to the count volun teers regulars and all tho people to the support of tho Republic no break the no the fcp fear inthe fighting In distant waters or on a for eign What a wonderful experience it has been from the standpoint of patriotism and achievement Tho storm broke so suddenly that it was here almost before we realized Our navy was too Chough forceful with its modern equipment and most fortunate in its trained officers Our army had years ago re duced to a peace We had only available troops when the war was but the account which officers and men goive of on the battlefields has never been sur manhood was there amd American was and its rasources were The courageous and invincible spirit of the people provetl and those who a little than a tMrd of a century aigo were divided and at war with each other were united un der the holy standard at banished party feeling flf ty millions of dollars for tihe national defense was appropriated without de bate or as a mutter of and as only a mere Indication of our mlshty reserve But If IB true ot the beginning of the what shall we say of It with suspended and peace near at as we fervently hope In its un equalled In its completeness and the quick succession with which victory followed attained earlier than W was believed to be possible so com prehensive in Its sweep that every thoughtful roan feels the weight of re sponsibility iwhich toas been so suddenly thrust upon New names stand out on the honor roll of the nations great and with stand tihe heroes of the trenches and the invincl blo in battle and uncomplaining In Tho indomitable soldier and sailor and regular and are entitled to equal praise as Having done their whole whether at home or under the baptism of foreign Who will dim the splendor of their achievements Who will withhold from Bhem their wellearned distinction Who will detraction at this time to belittle the manly spirit of the youth and impair usefulness of the American Navy Who will embarrass the Government by sowing seeds of dissatisfaction amonj the brave men who stand ready to sorve and die if be for their country Who will darken the counsels of tho Republic in this requiring the united wisdom of all Shall we deny to what tho of the world so freely and so Justly accords to us The men who endured in the short but decisive struggle its its whether in the field or oa ship or In the and planned and achieved Its will never tol erate either direct or in of those who won a peace whose great gain to civilization Is yet un known and The Btund of The faith of a Christian nation rec onlzes the hand of Almighty God in the ordeal through which we have Divine favor seemed manifest every In fighting for humanitys sake we have been signally We did not seek To avoid if this could be done In justice and honor to the rights of our neighbors and our was our constant The war was no more invited by us than were the questions which are laid at our door by Its as we will do our The problems will not be solved in a Patience will be patience combined with sincerity of purpose and unshaken resolution to do seeking only the highest good of the and recognizing no other pursuing no other path but that of Right action follows right We may not at all times be able to divine the the way may not always seem but if our alms are high and somehow1 and in some way the right end will be The genius of the nation Its Its its Its Us favored by Divine will make it equal to every task and the masler of every PostmasterGeneral Emory Smith fol lowed the President with a brief ad At tho Exposition also were Secretaries Bliss and members of the diplomatic corps and secretaries of le gation Tho President will leave here at 9 80 tomorrow for Linotype tM pr f Hit Her with Rolling Pin When She Came Home from Vetter Had Learned at the Club How to Treat Recal citrant HAD THE BEST OF THE Now Vetter Mlnilx the Bnlilen nnd Irons Her While She Goo Ont on When Mary Vetter returned home from the lodge at an early hour yes terday morning her John Vet was waiting for He was hid ing Ibehlnd the door of their in the rear of 538 Bast Eleventh and he was armed with a Im tired a tlhig new woman busi he Here shes gone to her lodge meeting and left me to spank and wash the children nnd put them to Those women at the lodge slmiply sit around and roaat their hus and when Marys been to one of the meetings shes unbearable for a couple of John Vetter is the Janitor of the flat An exacutlve of his It is always Is a fiery potentate whom none dares to call to Vetter had him tamed all but this night he determined to There was the click of the latchkey in the tho door and In strode Vetter was half sorry hed be gun the But there was no way to He had the rollingpin In his and it could not be ex plained So with a trembling war whoop sprang upon his better half and began to belabor In the mixup the new woman was scratched and but not nearly so much aa was Crusader tihe rollingpin taken from had to have recourse to I learned what to do to husbands at the she had a lec ture on Womans and she had him arrested and taken to Jeffer son Market Polico Court Janitor Vetter told his troubles to Magistrate He said he was an Ideal but his wife insisted on belonging to clubs and One of the Ottendorter threw her into contact with advanced women who scoffed at the Idea that husbands amounted to She snaps her fingers at me when she comes ho said Magistrate Simma fined him 55 for as which he WOien a World man the Vetter home last evening Vetter was Iron Ing out what looked like a pair of while ihis surrounded by admiring sat and gave an ac count of ihls weak attempt at emancipa tion and Its Have you anything to Vet ter he was Ho has Bald his and she was thoroughly It is true I belong to a few she but Im a good wife when Im Vetter grew nervous be cause I was not In the house by mid night and he undertook to get But It Is all We are once more recon Ho has agreed not to object to my going to and he will mhxl tho children while Im The Vetters are middleaged Sho is determined and He is somewhat mild of manner and retiring In his All Iho would say Put more politics In your paper al Dont put me In it You irnnt to vote yearT Then Tho enrlicr tho Tomorrow you will hnve your flrat The from 7 until 1O DIVORCE A BAR TO ProtcHtant Eiilncoiml Convention Likely to a Cauoii to That to The House of Bishops at the General Convention of the Protestant Church here today discussed the canon of marriage and divorce behind closed doors for many a vote long after the usual hour of but not a final The result of the vote was not made but it was announced that It had been very In Dhat another vote would have to be taken on the perhaps to It seems probable now that the canon will be adopted In such a manner as to forbid tho marriage of either party to a divorce during the lifetime ot the other The House of Bishops voted to hold the convention of at San Fran In the Deputies an effort wns made to in this but on objection to immediate consideration the resolution of the Bishops went to the To vote you mint Von unn da thin tomorrow m well an oil Any lute I ENROLL FOR PARTY PRIMARIES WHEN YOU REGISTER ON VOTING t o JP Voters Should remember tfliat tibJs year for the first time they can enroll on the voting lists for primary elections on the regular days of registration for the State The new primary law so Probably comparatively few voters know the provisions of this and many who go to register will hesitate to declare their party allegiance unless they know that the enrolment will be kept secret until after election according to the new prluhary any Inspector of elec tion who discloses to any one tlhe party declaration of any voter who enrolls on one of the days of registration is guilty of a mis Dissatisfied Employees of Electric Company Attack New ONE MAN IS BADLY After Getting Possession of the Plant the Fires Are WHOLE ISLAND IS IN The Police Drive OB the Angry anil Stand Guard All Through the The striking employees of the New York and Staten Island Electric Com pany at who have succeeded in keeping the whole Island In darkness since and have made tho running of trolley cars a very uncertain did not content themselves with passive opposition A crowd of strikers visited Port Richmond power plant aJbout last night and stormed tihe There had been threatening demonstrations eartler in the but the police were alble to keep Tlie strikers and their sympathizers drew off and the polico believed that all danger of vlolenfco was passed for tihe The strikers presently returned In and burst In the big doors Which guard the dynamos which furnish tihe currants for both the elec tric lights and the trolley Two men were at work in the They are Thomas an and John These men had been trying to get up steam enough to run at least a part of the big electric and they were at work about the boilers when the mob rushed The strikers and their friends were armed with Iron bars and They demanded that the men should leave their work and shut down tho Both the men and mteiaged to send word to the police that they were In danger and that the com panys property had been The mob learned of fearing an Immediatio descent by the de cided upon quick They eet upon the two Thomp son tried to defend but was overpowered by numbers and was beaten Into OBrien kept hia as sailants at bay long enougih to make his The mob then drew all fires from allowed the steam to escape and Staten Island was once more In complete Trolleys stopped all over the and tho shut down was except for the power supplied iby the Midland The alarm was given that the police were coming In and the members of mob hurriedly threw down their weapons and The police found Just re turrning to consciousness In the spot whore ho had fallen ajid summoned a doctor to attend His injuries were not A force of men was soon put at work repairing damages as far as and steam was got up under enough boilers to operate a part ol the A heavy guard of police was stationed about the plant and remained there throughout the No arrests were and the police say that they have been unable to learn the names of the A renewal of trouble is ex pected as soon as the strikers rejraln MAKE DEWEY AM resolu tion was introduced in tho Senate to day memorializing Congress to restore the rank of Admiral and confer that title upon RearAdmiral as a token of appreciation of his noted achievement at The resolution passed the House unan The Olid for Meii8 fill Are you ready to buy u new suit of clothes the great of fer a chance today worthy of your at Mens fine imported worsted at value Mens fashionable globe uasstmere In live equal to suits turned out fashionable tailors at Mens silk mlxeu heavy serge suits narrow wale all you have to pay Is Pick ona out to day also mens light covert box over tan and Bilk at Todw the wetl Looking in Her Saw Her Bold THEN MISSED HER Acquaintance Degnn at Wnlilorf Antorin to Charnren of of Young George Cahm found himself In an extremely llsaffrecahlo position yes a very charming accused him of steal ing from her two diamond bracelets worth Cahlll was formerly a manufixcturcr of dreas sMelds and Is tho son of George a wealthy whiskey broker of Medley appeared in Ulie Jefferson Market Polico Court wear Ing a fawncolored while dia monds sparkled at her neck and on her She tola Magistrate Smms that her a wealthy died in five years leaving her a great deal of The widow said she was Introduced to at the WaldorfAstoria In With her permission he called on and at his second May asked her to dlno with She was In her boudoir putting on her when In the mirror she saw Cahlll tip toe Into the room and She thought him very said noth In her Medley were two bracelets in a wrtlb one omeraild and two dlamonds worth the other wlth two diamonds worth The case was closed and sine locked it in her wardrobe she went to dinner with who impressed her as being very nervous that Two days later she wished to put the bracelets In a safedeposit Hor rors The case was Medley went on to say she con sulted a who sent her to a pri vate detective named Ho told her not to let Cahlll know she suspected Time Whllo she was at West Cahlll wrote ho was com ing to visit She bidding him to meet her In Thcrc she taxed him with stealing tho brace lets and slio said he confessed and add ed he had pawned one for and the other for Culhlll absolutely denied yesterday In court having stolen tho diamonds or having confessed that he Ho was so ungallant as to say that no intro duction to the handsome widow was needed that he flirted with her at the WaldorfAstoria and called on Medley Indignantly con tradicted On his first she the ardent young man tried to take her hand In but she haught ily repulsed There was testimony to good character and but he was held In which was Those In court understood Medley to say she lives at 23 West Fiftieth This was denied there last Tomorrow fvill bo the flrnt day ot If yon want to vote In tile comintr retfiMter T until 10 RODE THEIR ISTO Kline and of the StiiKiferil Hnrtuiau and Drinking Several seated at were drinking beer in Max Hartnrans saloon Hie other when a horse poked his head through the swinging Get cried a bibulous dye take this for a stableV Tho horse On his back was a man In a yellow canvas Perhaps Its said a beer The swinging doors opened again and in roda another man In Recovering from his Hart man recognized tho men on The first was the second both of the Four teenth Klines horse walked into a private room open ing into the saloon and went through a scries of The other horse and his rider remained In the Soon the Colonel rodo owt Into the barroom whore he and the captain refreshed said Col waving his Good said as he watched Kline and Garcia ride The Colonel and the Captain had rid den to Coney Island and some sand got la their thats Hartmans their way at Ninth LOCATION OF THE LABOR RIOT IN TANNER IS He Says in a Signed Statement that the Virden Mine Officials Are Responsible for the Riot and Tnnnor this evening gave out the following signed statement regarding tho Vlrden riot and of the Virden Coiil at today miule good their threats to land a train load of Im ported laborers from the and attempted to put them to work In their mines at the point of the bayonet and the muzzle of the such laborers being drawn If not from the criminal exconvicts who learned their trade while doing terms In the penitentiary of after having been fully advised and having full knowledge that the landing of such imported labor ers would preclpitaSs a I had wired them that 1C they brought these Imported laborers they did so at their own nnd under the circumstances would be morally responsible and criminally liable for anything that might As to what happened after the stopping ot bho train In front of the coal my is based on telegraphic and telephone communications and from those coming from the scene of the Prom tho 1 can gather at this the very minute the train stepped in front of the coal where the doors of the stockade were thrown open for the Imported laborers to the firing As to who fired the first I am at this time unable to but all reports agree that a general was imeclpltatcd within a few moments and the firing became general from the guards on the called deputies esti mated fifty and was responded to by the idle miners lying back onthe other side of tho Tho battle lasted several after which timo the train pulled The reports vary as to tho number of killed and Tho Sheriff telegraphed that ono hundred were killed and the was still from consevatlvo and from all the Information I can I would estimate the num ber of killed somewhere from nine to and possibly quite as many wounded The killed and wounded are largely kilo miners who were on tho The were the hired guards who were brought along by the coal Most 1C not all of them were nonresidents of There is no means of their names or for the reason that they declined to give them knowing prelwipa that they are criminally liable for 03 they had no from any officer in Illinois authorizing or deputizing them to act us deputy marshals or deputy sheriffs on learning of the I directed AdjutantGeneral Reece to order of the Galesburg and one company of the Sons ot Veterans now stationed at to proceed at once by tho quickest route to the scene of the I learned later that Craig met with serious difficulties In securing a train with coaohes to bring his and I directed the AdjutantGeneral to advise him to load his troops on freight cars and come at once to Springfield by the command and taking tho name of individual owner and his postoffice such arm to bo held until further ordrs and to not allow Imported laborers to unload from any train within the limits of the nor to inmrch in a And I now to such and all others that this Is a thing of the past that it shall not be to In Illinois while I am These the preslden and officers of the who precipitated this riot by the bring ng in of these imported are guilty of and should be Md I bellevelbe f off Ma0tupln toiMy and tried and convicted for this heinous TANNER Governor Illlnols Sullivan Entertained Innaates of Srate Hospital for Criminal Special to Tho FISHKILL In the heieiht of his fame did John Sullivan receive a more welcome than at the Mattoawnn Slate Asylum for Criminal Insane tills after Had he appeared elsewhere it could truly be said that his audience went crazy about Jake Kllroln and their stage company were booked to show at Fish kill Tho Superintendent of the State Asylum thought a sparring bout would have a soothing effect on the homicidal maniacs In his So Sullivan was invited to give an en tertainment in the asylums At nret he but learning how anxious the Inmates were to see him he goodnaturedly When Sullivan and glcnped on the stage In ring costume the six hundred lunatics want jumped on the choirs and shouted and applauded for fully five Tho two actors recalled tho timo whew they were pugilists by gently tapping each other with tho TOiore wuro a few Knock his head John Do him Sullivan one In the solar John Beat him to Sullivan But the audience was really orderly In house when two favorites And there was not a policeman In the When Sullivan and Kllraln made their final a spectator who was acquitted of murder because he did not know what he was yelled Speech Re sponding from force of habit Sulll vnn Lndles and I thank you one and all for this kind When I meet you again I Tiope itwill be undor more favorable conditions for yourselves and yours John Sul John stood by the door and shook hands with many of tha Inmates as they passed among them Oliver Curtis the train whose bllnil eyes were and George the green goods When Lizzie the was introduced to she said with a pleasant smile Youre the last man I Oolil Mine In n Robbers Special to The kicking about some dlft at the city dump this evening Prank Burkhart un earthed a In which some very rich ore was The officers were notified and Investigation disclosed a robber cache containing fifty of gold and silver From samples as sayed it Is estimated that the Is worth at least Very BpeuUl lu Tllu FJtz Is critically Jll with dunjtue Lee and his arrived here tonlqrht from The doctors Lees Fierce Battle Between Strikers and Imported Negroes THE First Shot Fired by a Deputy and Answered by a BLACKS WERE A It Was Intended to Unload Their at Virdeni but Bullets Flew Too THEY WERE RUN TO SPRINGFIELD of Rnahed to the Sccuc oC Troojia Ordered Special to The attempt of the ChlcagoVlrden Coal Company to Southern negro labor In the Illinois coal fields caused today the death of ten men and the wounding of I of Mount of Mount of Mount of CompnjiyH of shot through the of through the V shot through shot through th v b arm and negro shot to the There arc six wounded inside stockade and thirty In different houses In Tonight the place Is Several hundred miners are gathered about the stockade north of the railway Half a dozen groups of each one of perhaps fifteen or twenty are gathered under the electric lights in the different parts of the town talking quiet ly but A few deputies with large stars con spicuous on their coat lapels walk the and there is little to indicaU further The scenes that attended the removal of the dead miners from toofield of the stockude were pathetic the ex Women on tuc As soon as tho firing had and while there was greatest danger resumption of the firing from the stock bareheaded their har flying In the ran from tho houses In the vicinity and rushed for the place where tho miners had looking for their husbands and As they ran by they shouted curses at the men in the stockade and shook de fiant fists at the grim tower from which had come the shower of The train which had Incited the riot had hardly passed out of view before the dead and wounded In the field had been surrounded by their and in a remarkably short time wagons dashed on the Tenderly the wounded miners were lifted into the big wagons and sorrowful return to the town was President of tbo Illinois Miners attempted to speak to the but was thrown from the train by tho guards and badly Miners Notified of Comluj of thu Several days ago striking miners at Mount S taunt on and received Information that the coal corporation would attempt to force Southern nesro labor dnto the Virden The strife era resolved to prevent H If Larjre delegations from towiM named assembled at Vlrden and VWiltBCi t hundred vided into twelvehour served the stookadcg the and Alton At noon limited arrived two A Ui with the Virden strikers I first section and five oars UlleA Ing an the second
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