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Albert Lea The Evening Tribune Farm Tab (Newspaper) - September 22, 1913, Albert Lea, Minnesota Spasmodic advertising will help you the evening Tribune cosh it Awertts-116 brin6s results a a a i tack a h vol. Xvi. A Albert Lea Minnesota monday september 22, 1913. No. 243 general Miles. Former army commander candidate for Congress. Wilson facing trying ordeal will urge Senate to act soon currency Bill. President will not yield Miles to run for Congress former commander United states army seeks office. Fitchburg mass., sept. 22.�?announcement was made in behalf major general Nelson a. Miles u. S. A., retired his candidacy for the Republican nomination for Congress in the third congressional District. The seat was made vacant by the death representative William Henry Wilder. The announcement was Given out by a close personal Friend general Miles who said that the general had asked him to make Public his candidacy. Some doubt As to the announcement arose among friends general Miles Here As the general was once a candidate for the democratic nomination for president. Thousands attend statue unveiling chief executive is determined to use All honorable Means to secure currency legislation within the next few weeks and give the country a new banking system and revised form paper Money before december. Washington sept. 22.�?the strongest test president Wilson a control Over party policies and Over the legislative performances Congress is about to occur. V within the last week to has seen the Triumph in Tho House his currency Reform demands and the practical completion the Tariff revision Bill so far As the democratic administration is connected with it. The question now Paramount in congressional circles bears directly upon the presidents potential control the currency Reform situation in Tho Senate. Except for those immediately connected wit the handling the currency Bills the general query is a will the president be Able to induce the Senate to act the Glass Owen Bill without delay and without material alteration its provisions a no doubt remains the determined purpose the president to urge Congress to Complete the currency legislation within the next few weeks and to give the country a new banking system and a revised form paper currency before december. A growing demand in the House for a months recess culminated a few Days ago when representative a. Mitchell Palmer one the democratic House leaders after a talk with president Wilson announced that the House would not recess for More than three Days at a time but would remain close at hand where its influence could be exerted the Senate if desirable to Speed up that body a work the currency Bill. Minnesotans pay tribute to late governor Johnson. St. Peter minn., sept. 22.�?john a Johnson a Home town and county paid tribute to his memory. People came from St. Paul Minneapolis and a the surrounding country for the occasion but their part chiefly was to applaud St. Peters act homage to the first native minnesotan elected governor the state. The Day marked the formal unveiling the Bronze memorial statue a replica the one at the approach to the state Capitol in St. Paul Tho Man the whole state arum country loved. For More than two and one half hours from three thousand to four thousand persons shivered in the cold a real autumn Dav while speakers eulogized the late illustrious executive. The entire Yard the Nicollet county courthouse the Lawn which the statue has been erected was crowded. When the second regiment band new Ulm signalled the opening the ceremonies there was not standing room within a half a Block the courthouse. Rev d. Moran St. Peter spoke a Brief invocation. A moment later the two Small nieces the late governor miss Viola Adelaide Johnson St. Peter and miss Helen Dionise Johnson new Ulm a loosened the cords that draped a huge american Flag about the statue. Flats were lifted amid silence As the Flag fluttered Down. Senator h. N. Benson formally presented the memorial to Nicollet Colin to and it was received behalf the county and City St. Peter by c. A. Swanson chairman the Board cd county commissioners. Governor Eberhart. F. B. Lynch senator j. A. Coiler and a. Of Brien also spoke. Tragedy follows quarrel former employee shoots to death North Dakota Farmer. Lakota n. D., sept. 22.�?incensed, he says at abuse heaped his wife. John Davis aged thirty six shot and instantly killed Tony Pullman aged forty one the shooting occurring in tile front Yard the Davis Home in this City after a Brief quarrel Between the men. Davis remained within his Home until marshal Ballett arrived and he was taken to devils Lake jail by sheriff smart to avoid the possibility mob violence Here much feeling being aroused Over the murder. Last Spring Davis and Bis wife were employed the Pullman farm and trouble resulted at that time. The double was renewed within the last week ten Days when Davis and Pullman were effecting a settlement and it came to a head when pull a t called at the Davis residence. Results the Dia Vonc american association. Toledo 6, 4 St. Paul 3, 0. Columbus 4, i Milwaukee a j Indianapolis 4, 3 Minneapolis 3, 0. Louisville 3, 9 Kansas City 0, 3. Standing the club a Milwaukee .590 Minneapolis .59 Louisville .561 Columbus >61 by. Paul .4 1 Toledo .424 Kansas City .411 Indianapolis .408. National league. Chicago 8, i Philadelphia 7, 2. New York 7, 0 Cincinnati 5, 2. Boston 8, 2 St. Louis i 0. Standing the clubs new Vor .664 Philadelphia pcs Chicago .573 Pittsburg. .532 Boston. .442 Brook ill .435 Cincinnati .426 by. Louis 340. Characteristic picture governor William Sulzer taken the eve his impeachment trial. Coloured Man shoots three begins firing after being ejected from Street car. Detroit mich., sept. 22�?angered because i was ejected from a Street car almost in the Center the City George Davis a negro whipped out a revolver and began firing. Three men were shot and one them May die. Davis dashed away pursued by two policemen and after several idiots were exchanged the fugitive was captured. A Bullet broke his left Arm. Several people cried a Lynch the Pollee succeeded in getting their prisoner to a station but not until the latter had been severely battered by stones and fists. Will support no candidate president Huerta to be Neutral mexican Campaign. Mexico City sept. 22.�?�?onot Only would it be an anomaly that the government should have a candidate but it can be further said that the government has no predilection for nor will it Aid any candidate in these words provisional president Huerta replied to the question As to whether he favored any candidate in the coming presidential elec Lions. President Huerta received the newspaper men at Popoola a suburb where he is erecting a residence and where for the most part he resides. He explained the attitude which the administration will maintain especially in the present circumstances i As a one absolute and j added that it would not Only Uke i precautions to prevent any disturb i Ance Public peace Aud order bul would suppress any Effort in that direction. Photo copyright. 1913, by american pleas association. Governor William Sulzer new York was the eighth governor Tho United states to to placed trial for impeachment. The Case aroused wide interest because Tho personal fight which had been waged Between Halter and diaries f. Murphy Leader tammany Hall. The charges against tin governor dealt principally with his alleged misuse Campaign funds. It was charged dint he was heavily in debts Hen lie was elected and that he used thousands dollars Campaign funds to recuperate his fortunes in Wall Street. The governor entered a general denial and was prepared to Light for his political life. This very Good likeness the impeached executive was taken the eve his trial. Slayer to die in a chair Harry Rasico to be first in Indiana to die by electrocution. Terre haute iud., sept. 22.�?Harry Rasico who sept. 13 shot and killed his wife and two year old son. Was sentenced to die in tin electric chair at the state prison in Michigan City Jan. 16, 1914. He is the first person to be sentenced to electrocution in Indiana the Law substituting electrocution for hanging was passed by the last legislature. Guard is convict victim new Jersey Deputy shot and killed by negro prisoner. Trenton n. J., kept. 22.�?in a desperate encounter with a negro convict who was trying to escape eur b. But Are a Deputy keeper at the new j soy state prison was shot and kill i by Tho prisoner. The convict William Diamond was shot twice in the Arm by Stetser Aud is in the prison Hospital. He will be charged with murder. 4 a 4 4 Glasgow mont., sept. 22. 4 approximately 38,000 persons i registered at Glasgow great i Falls Havre and Miles City for a land Tho fort Feck Indian i reservation. After the draw 4 ing the numbers which h v. Ill 4-4 he held at Glasgow and which 4 4 opens tuesday sept. 23, the 4 4 last great land lottery con v ducted by the United states 4 will have passed into history. 4 thousands pay final tribute double line people views body mayor Gaynor. Rain fails to Stem tide 4 4 4 4 4 4 1 4 4 4 4 38,000 Register. 4-4 a a a a a a a a a y . Three Navy tars drown one Seaman rescued when tug collides with Cutter. Bridgeport. Conn., sept. 22. Three the Crew tie United state torpedo destroyer Mccall a it re drowned a in the Harbor when the tug Seaboard j collided v. Lib the destroyer Power i Cutter in which four Sailor who had i been Shore leave were returning to i the Mccall. A Seaman Thompson was saved by the i dig s boats. He said the names his companions who were drowned were Sheenan Russeli and orate continuous Stream new yorkers extending for half a mile files slowly p28t casket lying in state in the Flower filled Rotunda the City Hall. New York sept. 22.�?in a double line that never seemed to decrease in length thou. Mud persons filed through the Flower filled Rotunda the City Hall and past the body William j. Gaynor lying in state. Unmindful if a heavy downpour rain the people came in a continuous Stream to find places in the Long slow moving procession that ext Enek a for half a Mil along lower Broadway and through City Hall Park to the City Hall it was new Yorkus r Jion Tanous tribute to its Cicada mayor. About a fifth the crowd were women and children and Many the Latte r carried v Rea tui bouquets Flowers which they placed near the coffin. Fully too too persons it to believed vie wed the body before the doors were dosed. I fatal fire at St. Paul one Man Dies injuries and loss is $310,000. By. Paul sept. 22. James Connell a janitor died his injuries several othe r persons were seriously Hurt and 1250 men and women had narrow escapes from death in a fire which destroyed the printing House Louis f. Dow amp co. Two adjoining buildings were drainage a. The fir spread either Side to the buildings occupied by Tho Burley to tired co., wholesale crockery and to that do Coster to Clark furniture. The loss was Only partial in these structures however. The total loss is estimated at $310,000. Forty girls employed in the Dow building were penned in by the flames and made their Way to safety Over roofs adjoining buildings and Down fire is it a acts if heroism the part men employees were numerous. Finish Tariff Promise some amazing facts governor Sulzer and wife will testify at trial. Ignores advice friends this week report new York executive intimates he will Lay Bare the whole Story the alleged conspiracy against him which will involve Many widely known democratic politicians. Albany n. V. Sept 22. Nothing Short death can pre vent governor Sulzer and his wife from testifying in his impeachment trial if the constitutional objections Bis attorneys to the proceedings Are overruled. This statement came from an absolutely unquestionable source. It followed weeks speculation us to whether either them would testify. Friends the governor Piave advised him this Point. Many have insisted that he ignore the lire feedings entirely in to far As being present himself was concerned. Others hav insisted that oven it the governor decided to testify he should not permit mrs. Sulzer to Tell her Story. But the governor has maintained from the Start that to will Tell Tho Story the alleged c conspiracy which h he insists brought about his impeachment. Mrs. Sulzer a testimony has Boon considered too vital to Tho Cane Tho defense to permit her to remain silent. Amazing revelations which will involve a scorn More widely known democratic politicians the City new York and upstate a predicted. Governor Suiter broke his Long silence which he has maintained Ainee his impeachment trial began and declared to bed no intention resigning and would fight Tho Battle to the end. A resign a lie ejaculated. Quot i have no Moro idea doing that than i have committing and the n the governor thumped his interviewer the Chest and gave Ether evidences Tho fact that his in a fighting mood. Mrs. Brokaw gets divorce granted $15,000 annual Alimony from Mineola millionaire. New York sept. 22. An interlocutory decree divorce was granted by the supremo court in favor Mary Blair Brokaw Uncle against w. Gould Brokaw the Mineola millionaire. Mrs. A it is a remarks Kline said As he a rent crowd. A one tribute paid to him pouring citizen from the hearts j the police heist j City Hall Par an i keeping the it Rowel. Lie tribute a mayor viewed the great i King Ever had a like this great out i. It is a tribute the guard around the i a a had difficulty in moving. Conferees expect to make thursday Friday. Washington sept 22.-the House and Senate conferees at work adjusting difference in the Tariff Bill resumed work in the Hope that the completed conference report . Be brought Back to both houses by thursday Friday. It is anticipated a fight will is made in Eye ii Branc h Congress Over the acceptance the report but Little delay is expected. It is believed tin Tariff Bill will to completed and placed before president Wilson for his signature by the end this week. Mrs. W. G. Brokaw. Brokaw will be t 41 a too a year Alimony. The i Oka we were separated years ago. A previous attempt to obtain a divorce failed. Sisters go to hate in ram. Wooster o., sept. 22.-�?two wic owe d Sisters mrs. Linn a Zebner. Lift years old. And mrs. L. E. Benjamin forty five years old walked together in front a Baltimore and Ohio train at Gres ton and arc killed. Their bodies were found still Arni in Arm will not marry explorer rear Admiral Peary issues denial daughters engagement. Portland me., sept. 22. From Bis summer residence Fugle Island rear Admiral Robert e. Peary issued a denial the reported engagement his daughter miss Marie Peary to Dor Cid Macmillan the Arctic explorer who in now his Way to the far North. A Telegram to Admiral Peary in reply to messages inquiry regarding the matter says. A eth a it port that my daughter Marie is engaged to Macmillan is entirely . And mrs. Sulzer. Wife will be important witness for the defense. it a v. L a. V m v / a a a i @ 1013, by american Prea it association during the impeachment hearing William Sulker Ida wife will ice one the principal witnesses for the defense. These Are the most recent photographs . And mrs Sulzer. Having been taken the a the trial. Eleven lawyers for thaw attorneys say there is perfect agreement their Case. Concord n. Ii., sept. 22.�?eleven lawyers from four states and the Dominion a Amnia Are in Concord and More Are supposed to be the Way hero to help Harry k. Thaw resist the efforts the state now York to obtain his return to the mat to it Tywan Asylum. Without a voice these attorneys declined that there was perfect agreement among them As to the presentation their Case tuesday. When William t. Jerome new York will appear before governor Feller in behalf tile petition for extradition. Company denies liability exists Wisconsin asks forfeiture Northern Pacific charter. New York Rcpt. 22. W. P. Clough c chairman the Northern Pacific railway s executive committee issued the following statement in part in respect to a suit the attorney general Wisconsin Lias instituted against the Road for a forfeiture its charter. A the Only question in this Case is whether the company shall shall not have to pay recording fees for something which its charter does not require to be recorded. Quot the amount tax claimed for increase capitalisation is about $248,-ooh. The company has Given careful and mature consideration to the question and in connection therewith has cons tilt cd counsel the highest standing familiar with Tho Laws Wisconsin with the result being advised that no such 11 Abl try tots drown in rain barrel two Little girls meet death during absence Mother. Marina rib n. D., kept. 22.�?return lug to tic House after a few moments absence ill the Garden whore she Bac been digging potatoes for supper mrs. Herman Ostrander who hum twelve Miles South this place found Side by Side in the rain die lifeless forms Lier Little Augh tors. The children two Anc r in years old bad dragged a hand sled to till wide Hie barrel and placed a Box it and apparently had been looking into the water when they lost their balance. Suicides follow scandal seven fourteen prominent germans take their lives. Breslau Germany kept. 22.�?seven fourteen prominent men arrested and accused improper relations with Young girls have committed suicide among them one officer arid one for Mer polic e official. The police Are in Possession the names nearly a Hundred girls who i a a i tut cwt us Wra in loaded clears up brutal crime Man arrested in Philadelphia admits Rochester murder. Philadelphia kept., 22. The identity the perpetrator the brutal murder Anna Catharine Schumacher in holy be pub Are cemetery in Roches ter n. Y., aug. 7, 1909, was established Here it is believed when according to Captain Cameron Tho Philadelphia detective Bureau Jacob Wolf Boba a a ted for larceny confessed to to vim committed the deed. A he murder was a sensational one ii Nii no c Ine was Ever found to Tho in Ritty the murderer. Conductor shot by tramp Rock Island train official la killed after hold up. Limon. Colo., kept. 22.rsainuel e. Marts Limon a Chicago Rock Inland and by ilk Railroad freight conductor was shot and killed by an unknown tramp who previously had held up and robbed brakeman Reed Marta train and who now is a fugitive before posses Deputy sheriffs. Veteran two wars Dies. Minneapolis sept. 22.�?cap-Tain William Gleason hero the mexican and civil wars died at the Home his son Thomas Gleason theater inspector the police department. He was eighty three years old Ami had been ill with pneumonia. Captain g anon served with the twentieth Iii Gan volunteers in the i War Rig tug from the ranks to a c Uptake y

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