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Delphos Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 16, 1902, Delphos, Ohio THE DELPHOS DAILY The Weather cooler in northern IX THURSDAY OCTOBER PRICE THREE PICKEDJTHE MEN To Adjust the Miners and Op erators PRESIDENT ENDS THE STRIKE Board of Arbitration Satisfactory to Each Party to the WORK WILL BE RESUMED AT Agreement Reached at the White House at an Earlj Morning and the Great Anthracite Dispute Soon Will Be a Thing of the Miners Executive Boards In Con ference at Wllkesbarre Personnel of the Board of great an iracite coal strike is settled at commission of six with a Carroll as re will adjust differences be reen operators and Presi 3nt Mitchell of the miners union will Ike the necessary measures to call ke strike President Roosevelt urge the immediate resumption of Tne nnai outcome followed a series of beginning wit two during the day with Mitchel and two during the night with Messrs Bacon and Events moved quickly at the the presiden being determined on a speedy settle The commission will assembl in a few days and choose a chairman probably General It men wil arrange for sessions and The president will urge the imme diate resumption of and oper ations are expected to begin next Paris to Frisco by Phelan of San who arrived in Lon don from the said that M with whom Phe Ian dined at is about to make an offer to travel from Paris to San Francisco by SantosDu said asks that a prizes of be put This will only be paid over in case the trip is The aeronaut undertakes to pay all his own and he is already at work building a new airship for this He seems entirely confident of achieving his He pooh poohs the difficulties of such a lengthy trip and not only believes he has got a chance of completing this trans oceanic and transcontinental air jour but there will be found a suffi cient number of contributors to make up the purse that he asks as a re Strike Called Chairman Olsen of the striking firemen on the TexasMexican and National roads called off the strike on those roads and requested the railroad officials to reinstate those who had not been act ive in the The officials have not indicated what action they will and Operations are expected jjegin next flie following official statement was ped at the White House ter the conference with Mitchell some further conference with the rep latatlves of the coal the pres lias appointed thu following mem of the commission to Inquire and pass upon all questions at between the operators and miners In anthracite fields llgadler General John Jed States retired late chief of United States Wushing as nn oilieer of the engineer Is of military and naval service of the led Jn expert mining Tiir ehlef statistician of the coal dlvls i of the United general land py and editor of The Engineering and ng Journal of Now George as a of the United States Cedar grand of the Order of Hallway the president assuming Ifor the purpose of such a commission sociologist means a man who has pt and studied deeply on social ques and has practically applied his Thomas as In practically acquainted with the Ig and selling of liop John Spahllng of president has added Bishop I to the Carroll Wright has been Id recorder t fll Maneuvers maneuvers of the American Asiatic fleet which were planned to take place in Subig have been post poned until and will then probably occurin Manilla This change is made because of the shal lowness of the water in parts Su big ap Bag Wat York admis sion as a caller to the apartments of Amy a man who gave his name as Henry Dawson handed her a statement which began with these words Make no I have a bag of dynamite which I will drop if you dont give me your dia Watkins did make an outcry and Dawson rushed from the taking his bag and drawing a revolver as he He was met at the door by a who ar rested him and found that the bag was Dawson was held for Passenger Trains The fast westbound passenger on on the Vandalia and the Terre Haute and Indianapolis ac commodation collided at Reels eight miles west of killing two men and seriously injuring sev eral The dead James Herm mail Greencastle who was riding on the steps of the mail OPPOSED BY CUBANS Is the Proposed American Nava Station at EVEN PALMA DECLARES AGAINST IT Island Governments Explanation o the Holding Up of the Coinmorcla No Intention of Grant Ing FavoredNation Treatment to Any European official of the Cuban government is authority for the statement that as yet the Cuban cabi net has had no opportunity seriously to consider the outline of the trealy with the United States formally sented by Minister Squiers He said there had been only two cabinet meetings since that date and that they had both been taken up with con sideration of the which must be approved before anything else was It is generally under stood that President Palma is being strongly urged to resist the establish ment of an American naval station at President Palma has repeatedly ex pressed himself as opposed to this It is probable that the United States will be offered a naval station at Bahia on the norm coast of Pinar Del Rio province and about 50 miles from where there is an excellent With regard to the commercial treaty the official in question said it was natural for Cuba to try to obtain the best possible arrangements with he United and that she would in all for more than was offered He said Cuba had no intention of granting favored nation treatment to any European the United States being the 3nly country with which reciprocity could be In pite of these the diplo matic representatives here of Euro pean countries take keen interest in he proposed commercial treaty with tie United not so much with tie themselves making reci arrangements with but the view of protecting any ben from a commercial they at present wlt EX Of the Ar Con Wilkesbal ecutive boi Workers oi Joint meetini osition for President Mil BOARDS fctjite Region Meet to ex IJfjtiembers of the three of United Mine tinerlca are holding z ilere to consider a prop ling the strike which chelj laid before them with a view calling a delegate con vention of mine workers to pass The call was sent out as a Mitchells con ference witllp President Roosevelt at arrived here from road station Th ence that th read to him by a small He was ini and in reply Your congra held until we sentatives on understood tife that there wci that he would whole matter the joint meel tive boards oil rl ie was met at the rail y National Secretary bulletins of the confer trike was settled were lie he was surrounded newspaper jdlately astatement he said ations should be with what the repre e commission I e f left Washington a sixth and The ill be placed before of the three execu e anthracite le the positive state ment that a dellgate convention must first of calling pm the calling of iits adjournment is Jthree or four y doubt 1hat a con fl by any agreement President off the strike the conyentit only a matter There is vention will he has madewf HIS President Castro Fighting Des perately In ANOTHER CHANCE BATTLE HAS RAGED SINCE on German Oct mittee of the sociations American strii has issued djrfl of the assoeiatte time with thjec supply of As our miners h five igantic our rs Send The central com 11 coal miners as to the coal miners and to the members not to work extra of increasing the adding the American engaged for Sfghty struggle with and last week also REDUCED MINIMUM Will struck by a Pru dence wife of James Lew Be the Regular by Orde of the War wi be issued by the war department to day ordering that the regular arm be reduced to the minimum size au thorized by With th practical cessation of outbreaks in th Philippines it is believed that this can be done The present size o the army is about Th cavalry and artillery regiments wil be reduced to the minimum basis ex cnt around Fort where the commands will be kept ftril siz for educational Christians Demand repor has been received here from the fron tier that in the vicinity of Dubnitza 600 women and children have fled into Bulgaria to escape Turkish troops They report the destruction of the Christian villages of Drenovo Serbinovo and and that the mat the great strike was made by Secretary Root exuberant good humor at the House shortly after 1 lized labor has a representative commission in the person of grand chief of the Order named as a The president added Spalding of Illinois to the list is of was struck by a streetcar and 29 East Seventh this has been burnec This received injuries from which she died an hour later at a The Lewis family formerly lived in Mor gan JOHN for Oluiinmui of members suggested by tne As the commission My satisfactory to both min Assent of the given through President and commis f and of the through Robert Ba fcom Charged With Ham the wealthy shoe manufactur is detained at central police sta tion in this city on a charge of made at Ham burger denies the saying there is surely some Missing Mans Body body of Walden was drawn from the Mus kingum who is a com mission has been missing for a He was 32 years old and leaves a wife and three Naval first an nual report of Surgeon General Rixey shows that the health of the navy and marine corps was good throughout the past fiscal the percentage of sick and the death rate being lower than for several most im portant recommendation of the is that congress provide for the establishment of a womans nurse corps for the to consist of one superintendent eight head 16 first class and 24 second class these numbers to be in creased at the discretion of the sec village of Oranovo and its inhabitants Information has led to an agreement between the two Macedonian commit tees and Zontcheffs committee They jointly to call a mass meeting for 19 of representatives of the provincial Macedonian socie ties and to send telegrams to the cap itals of Europe praying European statesmen to protect the Christians of Macedonia against Turkish Discussed Education lord mayor of Sir Joseph gave a banquet in honor of Premier Bal to which the members of the cabinet and practically all the Union ist members of the house of commons were Responding to a trib ute paid him by the lord the premier said he did not underrate his task with the sacrifices the narty would be required to make in the ses sion of He said that un less a method of cutting off unduly long discussions was further sacrifices of time and trouble must be The premier declared he had not the slightest that the majority of the house of com mons would be able to carry the edu cation Editor Dillon Bar journalist and leading edi torial writer on the New York Even ing died of pneumonia at Chat home of Mi China and The treaty be tween China and affecting the expansion of the Portuguese col ony of approving the completing the list of treaty accepting the tariff of 5 per cent and other has been By it Portugal has obtained a concession for a railroad from Macao to Canton and a customs station within but she has lost her claim to the pres of the continues If French brethren get their just that means Togress for The German govern men will no longer be able to say that other countries are doing less for la bor than A victory of the American miners will also be an im portant success for us and for the in ternational miners Operators In Bacon and George two of Pier pont Morgans are in the it is presumed on business con nected with the settlement of the coal They did not register at any of the and it was impossible to reach them with any inquiry as to the Hundreds Killed and Wounded Both but the Engagement So Far Has Been Without Definite Re President Reported to Have Been Island of from Vene reached here to the effect that the battle near La Victoria between forces of President number ing with 16 and the Venezuelan which be gan Monday had so far been without definite General leader of the and General Mendoza were not The only rebel generals engaged were Crespo and Antonio Fernan who had with them about representing the advance guard of the President Cas tro twice led a charge in person and showed great courage and His General who was at one time at West Point military was mortally The government forces had 247 men while the revolution ists lost 310 Among the latter was the renowned General arrival at the scene of battle at 5 oclock Monday afternoon of Vice President Gomez with 500 men and a large amount of ammunition saved the situation for the At that time the odds were greatly against President but the arrival of reinforcements improved his Monday night the revolutionists retained their Thefight started again Tuesday and at 10 oclock in the morning Castro retired to La At 1 oclock the fight ing ceased on both News of the engagement having reached Gen erals Matos and they has tened to the scene arrived at a La with rest To Be Given the Sultan of Bacolodto Accept Oct will probably fce three weeks before the exposition against the Sultan of Ba colod will leave Camp The column will not be moved until Gen eral Sumner goes to starts the work pn the north trail to Lake Lanao returns to Camp General Davis is anxious to avoid bloodshed in and has directed General Sumner to refrain from fighting until forced into actual When the expedition reaches Bacolod the sultan will be given another chance to cept General Sumner will not attack unless the Moros take the ag Lynching Narrowly Whit ney and Claude who con fessed to killing Chinn and wounding his son were spirited away from the jail by oncers placed aboard a Chesapeake and Ohio train bound for A mob spirit pervaded the city and hundreds of men and women surrounded the Two companies of military were in readiness at the Citizens of high standing were admitted to tha jail as representatives of several hun dredinen present and permitted to search the prison from top to the They reported that the men were not in the and the crowd Date of Buchanan Trial or their mission in strike situation Uptons Third New Sir Thomas Liptons third challenge for the Amer icas sent by the Royal Ulster Yacht arrived by the steamer It was delivered in the reg ular mail at the New York Yacht club and opened by Secretary George to whom it was The document was then deposited in the safe and it will be read before the members at a meeting especially consider the contents of the There is no doubt In the minds of well informed yachtsmen that the challenge is framed in such language that it will be promptly ac cepted by the and that a com mittee will be appointed at once to make all the arrangements necessary for the proper defense of the Molineux New second trial of Roland Molineux for the murder of Katherin Adams was begun in the criminal branch of the supreme court before Justice John The proceedings were marked by the unusual rapidity with which jurorsgrwere six alesmen having been accepted and sworn before the court mmediately after the prisoner had been brought into court General Moli neux entered and seated himself by he side of his The prisoner was epresented byformer Governor ormer District Attorney Bartow Weeks and George ordon nurSbers about 8000 men The rein forcements under Matos and Mendoza intend to take part in the renewal of President Castroappears to be sur rounded by his The town El which lies back of La is occupied by the revolu Valencia is believed to be The town was attacked by General Riera on Monday and Tues The government can not receive reinforcements from as the GernEin railroad from there to Valen cia is held by the Those who were wounded in the fighting are still without medical assistance or They lie on the battlefield as they and the scene there is one of great grand jury indicted Jim the selfconfessed murderer of Duncan wife and on three Judge Davis fixed his trial for next when the negro will be brought 500 citizens of the county having guaranteed a fair trial and The consensus of is that the military or state rangers must be sent here to prevent his execution by the One of the leaders of the mob said that if the negro had been brought here Tuesday he would have been burned in the public V Colombian President Frankforter Zeitung publishes a dis patch saying that General Fernandez has captured President Marroquin of and has proclaimed himself President Marroquin pro cured the office of president of Colom bia by arbitrarily deposing former President July Marroquin was vice president of the In October of last year a conspiracy to overthrow Marroquin was The then minister of war and several prominent Conserv atives were implicated in the conspir It was also purposed to reinstate former President Sanclemente in of The plot failQd and the conspir ators were locked it was report ed from Colombia in January of this year that Marroquin had been impris oned by his but this report was denied by General Gen eral Fernandez was the Colombian minister of He was appointed to office in Guidi the Importance of his work the Philippines and the length of time it would require for its The archbishop replied that the entire church organization there must be re the clergy new dioceses bishops appointed and a synod and that his pres ence in the islands would be for not less than four or five Corrects President Roosevelt has determined to stop some of the abuses that have crept into the printed reports and docu ments of officers His plan is to eliminate many of the statistical tables and expensive as well as to minimize the number and size of government documents gen Boer Audience North German Gazette in an official note announced that the audience of the Boer gen erals with Emperor William had been No notice will be taken officially of the generals presence in Site For Chillicothe The secre tary of the treasury has selected as a site for the public building at Chilli the property at the north eas corner of Paint and Fifth consideration MUNICIPAL CODE Benefits a ewspaper published in Bogota by ertain well known members of the liberal or revolutionary said in a recent editorial article that the pro longation of the fighting on the isth mus of Panama was greatly in favor of the interests of Nicaragua in the matter of the isthmian because it prevents Colombia from approving the canal bill within a reasonable length of The paper expressed the hope political obstinacy and the heat of the field of battle would Boon to Be Reported to Work of municipal code committee has decided to elim inate the sections which repeal the present police court laws and thus to obviate the necessity for the passage of a separate police court This will leave the municipal courts of the state in their present The Democratic members of both house and senate assert that this can not be as they are not points of differ ence between the two The committee is picking up the fag ends c1 the municipal code and arranging the details of the measure soon to be reported to the two It is hoped to have the substitue bill enirely completed this It now seems probable that the houses will receive the report Monday afternoon and that printed copies of the bill will be ready for the members at the same The final vote on the measure will then be taken Tusday The feeling in the two houses to ward the new measure is not the most Crisp THIS AND Items From not blind General Herrera to the inter1 but while there is much grum ssts of the countrv bling no one doubts its final of Information Every Senator Hanna recovered from his indisposition and has resumed his campaign Butte miners union for warded over to their striking anthracite Steam barge Hattie Purdue was wrecked at during a Crew Boston syndicate has purchased the street railway and electric lighting systems of Typhoon spread disaster over the northern part of the loss of life and property being Strik of the Tennessee companys miners in Alabama has been amicably More than returned to At Frank a is under arrest charged with the murder of City Treasurer John found dead in his office in Death Follows Extraction of by the extraction of 20 teeth in 50 seconds and by the effects of an an Minnie wife of Milton a whff lives at 194 Souder died a few minutes after being removed from the operating chair at the clinic of the Ohio Medical
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