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Albert Evening Tribune (Newspaper) - February 18, 1906, Albert Lea, Minnesota Phe evening Tribune Albert Lea. Minn. Monday. February 19. 1906 no. 71 vol. In a a i four her West a 1 _ _ y t y f y y y y y y y a y y y y y y y y y y y a a y y y y y y y y y y y a y y y y y dry goods co Union miners charged with complicity in murder of Steunenberg. Newest designs made very full with full embroidered fronts at 50c to $3.00. Highest Market Price paid for eggs. y y y y y y i Idaho officials reticent claim however that they expect to convict the men in custody. Mis is Chi Ina and glassware. Everything in tin Granite wooden Wai everything in package groceries. Tor Trade checks with each Pachase redeemable in our basement. 100-piece White China dinner sets. $5.29 0nlv�?T Larj a pictured Ven away with 5c paper of carpet tacks use fair blend Coffee Only z jul pm pm und yours for business Lembke dry goods company. Denver. Feb. 19-�?Charles it. Moyer and William d. Haywood president mid Secretary respectively of the Western federation of miners and c. A. Pettibone a former member of the executive Board of that Organ cation who were arrested in this City on warrants charging them with com pitchy in the nodder of former governor Steunenberg of Idaho were taken from their cells in the county jail Early in the morning by an armed guard of twelve Deputy sheriffs and escorted to the Union station to it Ore All boarded a special train for Liaise Ida. The three men were arrested after extradition papers had been signed by governor Mcdonald. The papers were delivered to the governor thursday but no hint of this fact was allowed to a scape. Governor Mcdonald signed the papers saturday afternoon Ami shortly afterwards left for Colorado Springs. Three deputies were detailed from the office of sheriff Nesbitt of Denver to make the arrests. The officers were instructed to preserve the greatest secrecy As to their Mission the labor leaders were apprehended in different parts of the City and were placed in separate Cutis in the jail none of the Trio a fico that the others had been arrested until they were led from their cells in the morning. 1 Skinner Chamberlain amp co. Something new in ladies belts a suede leather in several shades including Gray Brown Green and Black at 25 and 50 cents. Gilt bits at 25c, 50c and 75 cents big assortment of ladies neckwear. In new styles of stocks and turnovers at 10c, 15c, 25c, 35c and 50 cents. Something entirely new is a stamped Corset cover. We have them at 35 cents. An immense assortment of from 7 to to cents. Gingham ranging Are Busy unpacking a Large shipment of ladies jackets and suits of which we will give a More detailed description in a later Issue of this paper. Or ii violent deaths. Ii crimes and accidents numerous new York City. York feb. 19. Nine violent deaths with a Long chapter of Minoi accidents and shooting affray some of which May result fatally constitute cd tile unusual report submitted to it Headquarters for one Day by the police of new York and Brooklyn. A Street murder in the italian Quarter head the list. There were three cases of suicide All la Manhattan one Man was ground to death beneath the wheels of an express train in the sub Way a woman was burned to death in her Greenwich Street Home another i woman was accidentally killed by in Haling illuminating Gas Iii a wet Street hotel and the Man who had accompanied her to the place was found Iii a critical condition a Man wa&1 killed by escaping Gas in Brooklyn and Tho body of a Young Man a found in a canal in South Brooklyn tin be a women overt Ime by Gas. In a tenement in West forty third Street were taken to a Hospital. They win recover. Two artillerymen one a ser Grant and the other a Corporal from fort Totten were overcome in a Sec end t i nut hotel where they spent the night my Are in a critical Ondr lion at a Hospital. Brooklyn added two More cases of Gas poisoning neither of which How Ever is expected to result fatally. The murdered Man was Michael Chiai Etho who was attacked with a stiletto the police declare by Vincenzo Viu Tiglio who had Long been Bis Friend. The assailant escaped. The men had been drinking and quarrels the Man killed in the subway was Antonio Rossi Twenty four years old a track Walker. He was not mimed until night when a search for him was initiated. Then parts of his body were found along the express train traces killed evidently by the first train which struck him Rossi s body Lim. Been dismembered by a score or More of heavy expresses which had pass it along the track. When men carrying parts of the body arrived at the fourteenth Street station there was some thing of a panic on the crowded plat form. Several women fainted. Want an eight hour Day. Import ing in show coming West miners consider it the most ant question. New York feb. 19.�?John Mitchell and his associates on the Anthracite miners sub committee have finished their work of preparing proposals and will probably meet with the Coal operators subcommittee tuesday or wednesday., it was stated that no formal document will be submitted but that the miners will state in Senoia it hippodrome Success opens Iii Chica fell. 24 for engagement of five weeks. Go yours to serve the great new York hippodrome Success a a a Yankee circus on Mars Quot will open at the Chicago auditorium saturday night feb. 24, for a five weeks engagement which will in-terms1 elude two daily performances. Lite what they expect the operators to 1.production comes straight from its Grant Iii the new agreement. It is pre triumphant run of 400 performances filleted that several meetings Wilt take jew York and Twenty four cars place before a final agreement of is required to transport its of it a the Lei Quot Ltd a a a a Quot a Quot it a 450 wlm a a Quot her it will make a to demand tor the pried its stage Folk eight hour Day for All men employed i a Yankee circus on Mars is a about the mines. Combination of spectacle circus pan one of the miners representatives it mime it Virama musical comedy and said the eight hour question is More specially performances. It is important to the men arge that in Only one other american a r ratified by the Tri District convention ers of the colossal production find give out no information. Idaho officials reticent in regard to evidence against miners. J Boise Ida., feb. 19-the authorities Here refuse to go nut a particle of inform Fnu respecting the evidence against Mour Heywood and Petti Bone. Theta Are Only two men Here who know the facts the governor and j. H. Hawley chief counsel for the prosecution. Both refuse to discuss a report that Harry Orchard the Man in custody for the murder of former governor Steunenberg has made a confession. Or. Hawley however states positively that they have evidence sufficient to convict All three men. Vincent St. John president of the Burke miners Union was arrested at Burke Ida., during the Day. The arrest is said to be in connection with the murder of sex governor Steunenberg. Property loss is heavy. Skinner Chamberlain amp company Post Thi dynasty agitation in China is now directed against Imperial government. At head of the nations the b Ere tar of Himi Quot Arn a piety of the methodist Dpi Quot pal Church sent cablegram of inquiry a a Bishop Rushford at Shanghai and also to representatives of s. Vend i an of that Chat of h in nearly All parts of China. The reply Mea Ages All a port everything quiet in China and say that no danger is apparent. Army appropriation Dill. Mass of the people believe China is capable of assuming her place. Of miners in Pennsylvania new president of theatre big enough to accommodate it and that was in Boston. There Are France. A i eople n the spectacle. With the a succeeds performance proper comes an Assem Clement Armand faille succeed i one. Claire Heliot brings twelve Paris foil 19�?clement Arm. Her exhibit is said to be or a Lideh Nudo without parallel in the annals of former i solent Loubet passed into woman a courage. Marceline the private Lite. Tin ceremony of the Tjce. The transmission of office took place in the of Mous English Clown who has con Elysee Palace at i of clock p. Not while pulse j Tjie hippodrome audiences the crowds were massed in urn but. Antics the Cottrell powells Roundup greets the their equestrian displays miss the pres hut. _.�?��, her troupe of ponies heres a and the Cannon of every Mill tary Garrison in France was thundering a Salute of Twenty one guns. President Loubet surrounded by the members of hib Cabinet the presidents of the Senate and chamber of deputies and the members of Bis military House hold welcomed la. Fall efm and in a few appropriate words commuted the executive functions to the n w president. The reply of m. Fallieres was formality. It was a Timph acceptance or tile new sensibilities and an Assurance of using his Best forts in carrying them out. Complies with the pure food Laws of every state Calumet baking powder mended by Leadin physician and cd we a a assured eco Omi p a Al Lull it a 80 carefully and Ster Calumet the ingredients is therefore. Folt Chelle salts. Marquis with her troupe of ponies the Sisters of Meers daring tight wire artists and a Host of others also will we Selepe siuts in new Aud original performances will be members of the Chicago company and the country has been ransacked for company of a a leapers a in single and double somersaults Over elephant horses and camels whose records in i Heights and distance have never i been surpassed. 1 miss Beale Meco,-111 be he it a a a a Olno Sini Quot of a a Yankee onus on Mara a in it he Vart of ,�4a la a River she bounded into to rant Anouk favor in mix 1�?zs, of Miron has been exec rally for Tho Chicago Eaga Kement fhe Ole of Sipior Tannd Eralso. I Kine and John Sparks a Quot Tosa Mars. Succeeds to t i principals will otherwise the cast w f be almost identical with that in fire at Rutland vt., destroys business houses. Rutland. Vt., feb. 19.�?six Brick structures in the Ita Alness Section of the City occupied by nearly a score of firms and Many smaller tenants were destroyed by fire during the Day the loss is estimated at $750,0<k. The flames went beyond the control of the local fire department and help was summoned from Whitehall n. Y., and other places. The Whitehall company reached the City in time to be of great assistance. The fire broke out Early in the morning in the Ripley Block on merchant Row. And Siam extended to he Meade Block directly South and then to the Baker Block on the Corner of Center Street. Then swinging around the Corner. It took in the Baker and tut tie blocks on Center Street the latter six Story Brick building having on the farther Side a heavy party Wall which stopped further Progress in that direction. North of the Ripley Block the flames destroyed the Cranston Block and in the rear a Block on wll Low Street. The party Wall on the farther Side of the Cranston Block stopped the ire a Progress North. John b. Stetson dead. Ork of the. A a. A a he dance the Ballet me we Long a Hundred and forty she hours do Tori Rasi elven for any substance in Jurious to health found in Calumet Peci airy for that purpose. The up to Date s they to ois a it a \ w mob Boom Tea w Hile Holusha i Heau Alful. 5 cats Gist. Millionaire hat manufacturer Dies of apoplexy. Deland fla., feb. 19.�?John b. Stetson the millionaire hat manufacturer of Philadelphia and founder of the University bearing bus name died at his Winter Home at Gillen near Deland. At i of clock p. In. Or Stetson was stricken with apoplexy in the morning and notwithstanding the Best medical attention he died without regaining consciousness. His wife was the Only member of his immediate family present. Or. Stet i son had been feeling quite Well. He i attended the University trustees meet lug i Hurlda and the presentation Day exercises at the auditorium Friday the family and friends have left for Philadelphia with the body. The entire town of Deland is in mom plug. Severe earthquake Shock. Kingstown St. Vincent. B. W i feb. 19.�?the most severe and pro traded Shock of earthquake that has been experienced in this Island since 1902 was Felt at i 4o o clock p. In buildings of every description were cocked violently. London. Feb. 19. The Tribune a peking correspondent in a dispatch Lih cussing the a growth of the am ii can Boycott into an ant 1-Dynast in and anti foreign agitation on the discovery that the Boycott United All parties and Ali factions into a common purpose says a was time has advanced control has passed completely from the hands of honest merchants to the revolution Arles until now it has become a great weapon to overthrow the Manchu dynasty. Meanwhile the government energized by Japan s Success awoke to China s position in the scale of nations Aud instituted wide reaching re forms. Today the dowager Empress is under Yuan Shi Kai s advice til Foremost reformer of the Empire 11&Quot mass of people believe China is Ca Able of assuming her place e at the head of nations Aud blame the government a for being pro foreign and obstructive a Yuan Shi Kal possess an equipped and disciplined army lint he has been unable to control its political opinions. A the situation now is that if an a rising occurs the court will take Refuge in the foreign legation. Yuan Shi Kal is responsible for the safety of the Imperial persons and dreading Dis it Section among the troops and fearing the proximity of the artillery he a. Dispatched a Force of disaffected it by nose with Twenty four guns against the bandits and guerrillas a service in which it will be absolutely ineffective a the ice will break up soon and of it is impossible to transport guns across the mud Flats after the thaw the presumption is t. At Yuan so k o has removed the danger where the blowing up of a single Bridge by the Cut off peking a the crisis is anti dynastic and Only incidentally will probably be disposed of by Tho House this week. 19. Without doubt the House of Impre Enta Tives will Dis pose of one of the re Ului Supply measures the army appropriation bib. This week. The first a suspension Day of the session was the opening Day of the week. Under a suspension Day procedure a in Cobei May if lie has made arrangements will ii. Speaker in Advance he recognized and enter a motion to suspend the nil and pass a Bill of objection is cals i a two thirds vote will obviate tin objection and pass the i ill after a ii1 Bate of forty minutes which b automatically ordered by the objection i adet this order any Bill on the Calendar is Olgi Bleur consideration. A Hail Man Hull of the military affairs committee Ltd to Call up t1 army appropriation Bill Early in the week. He estimates that it will be thursday or even Friday Heinie tie measure is finally despond of n Quot provision of the. Bill abolishing the Grade of lieutenant general of to Quot Arni will be the text of a Gambet Quot i speeches the provision i m w i. I Slat Ion and consequently subject to it a Point of order the making of a Point of order f within the province of any in in. And the provision May go oui of the Bill in this manner. To encourage marksmanship in a army ii Quot commission by in d provision ill the Lull creating hire grades of a a experts and providing Tot increased pay for each 11 of Trot n Ade Carr is w till i my i 1m of $1 a month. The s it mid Trail and the third $3 it is a thai the aggregate it a in it up a Quot under this provision will amount a 7�, iou a year a provision for joint Ai my and in a Maneu vers is another Topi i a tic of discussion tiler an negate of Imo too caned ill the measure for t his purpose. 4.tt l�?oh"h4ll"h"l to i people a wants a. A. A. 4-s-4 4 4 44 Fob it i a i a store building on Broadway. C. W. Ranson. Sat. 70 of. Fok Sale Call at Tribune office for big bundle of old papers for 5 cents. Wanted at a lice folding Catalon june office. Three girls for s. Apply tries of. Fok Bales Fine Al Robin House on West William Street two residence Street. In a. Paine. 229 of. Wanted a Mon students for the music department of Albert Lea College. Apply to Charles b. Augur president or miss Lottie Ellie son superintendent. £>8 of. Kill Ltd impose oks a six Hhd per week r.4 hours. Linotype operators Ile. Perm agencies guaranteed competent men. Harrison amp Smith printers Minneapolis. G8 it. I it eds a few Good non Union moulders and die makers. Will pay Good wages Ami give steady employ ment. Address Minneapolis steel a machinery co., Minneapolis Ming. 71-8t. Have you executive ability r men Wall tin Cap it of Ryttin a Oil with tin. Carom suit Capa by or iwo i Rry a it a a a out Sik Art wart. I vol 41ity write am Day alarm comma Denim and we will Tell you of Ernyl Yara who nerd ayah it Shie Adver Timi. Tratch and general Maria j in fun v a h it of ish r i f if la a i a. Veiler a a is ffl�tssn5r�?~ 4 Fiam Money to Lave. Hap oods a Nevi brain broker. Jul Nicollet ave. a lushly of Gold and castles and Tow Many men give to build Bridge i is of old if you want everlasting Fame a Bene Factor be / give i poor and needy Ligocky Mountain Tea. L. A. Lianes druggist. All is quiet in China. Missionaries report that no danger is apparent. New York feb. 19.�?in View of the Many disturbing reports concerning the conditions in China and the Possi vilify of further outbreaks such As those at Lien How and Shanghai and the consequent anxiety of relatives and friends of missionaries in China. Charges against Mitchell. Dolan of Pittsburg scores president of miners Union. Pittsburg Fel. 19 in a statement Fie made Public at night Presuhn do urn of the local District United min workers of America cores the met ii ofis of John Mitchell National Prest Dent of the mine workers fid charge him with trying to shirk the response vilify for the position la which the mine workers Art at present. Dolan also accuses Mitchell of Quot playing to the galleries Quot by threatening the operators with a net Iona strike but that the operators a called tin Bluff it is further charged that Mitchell sent organizers into the local Field to Quot defeat Dolan and that Money belong ing to the organisation was used by these men. Sorensen the Coal Man handles the Best Scranton hard Coal he also the Best stove Wood on the . I prices arc the lowest and he gives prompt delivery. No a p. Sorensen 408 s South Broadway phone 38
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