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Lowell Sun (Newspaper) - March 26, 1903, Lowell, Massachusetts The Lowell Sun thursday March 26 1903 tra 5 of clock Rush for land strike Lynn labor trouble May be settled by arbitration by also coated press to the Sun Lynn mass., March 26. A a determined Effort is being made to end the Lynn shoe strike of the knights of labor cutters and stitchers against the Boot amp shoe workers Union in ten stamp factories that has been on since january 16. A proposition for arbitration was made by two of the manufacturers As the result of the manufacturers conference in Boston last saturday and John w. Berry judge of the Lynn police court was asked this week to conduct negotiations for the manufacturers. Judge Berry has been in communication with master Workman Armstrong and As a result an arbitration proposition has been formulated. This provides that each Side shall name two representatives and that the fifth on this commission shall be judge Reed of Brockton of the state Board of arbitration and that this special commission shall consider the Points at Issue Jfhn pass on the question of whether the Boot amp shoe work Erst Union or the knights of labor is in the right and that the decision made by this Board shall be binding. So far both sides Are agreed. The knights of labor desire that pending a settlement the old employees shall be reinstated in the factories. The manufacturers desire to have them remain As they Are at present until settlement. On this Point negotiations Are now in Progress with very fair prospects of arriving at an understanding within Short time. As a matter of fact the stitchers now out on strike would be reinstated immediately for the manufacturers have been so handicapped that they need them to do any business. This Effort to end the trouble coming from the manufacturers in the face of president Tobinus declaration that the strike is Over has caused a sensation in Lynn. This evening the manufacturers who have not the Union stamp Are to meet to form a Lynn manufacturers association. Will be the greatest Ever known. By associated press to the Sun los Angeles March 26�?if present indications hold True one of the greatest land rushes of modern Date in the West will storm the United states land office Here in june when the million acres of land recently restored by the government to Public Domain reaching from Mojave to the Colorado River is thrown open to entry. The local land office is receiving nearly 200 letters a Day coming from every state in the Union. One of the letters from new York requests fullest details stating that the writer is planning to Settle a Colony of to too ranchers on the desert if he can locate a on the ground floor of the agricultural sections along the River. The pilgrimage to the Rich sections along the Colorado River to be included in the operations now in Progress under the provisions of the National irrigation Bill has set in. Get Esert land however comprises the vast majority of the acres to be opened to settlement and it has very Little value until water is turned upon it. Men barred wanted to see girls play Basket Ball. By associated press to the Sun Spring Lake. A. March 26.-Heavlly veiled and Garmen Ted in fashionable women s attire two prominent Young men of this place gained Entrance to a Hall where two girls Busket Ball teams representing Manasquan and Spring Lake w Ere billed to play. Their presence became known to the management and it was announced that the game would not he started until they left the Hall. The veils worn by the Young men led to their detection. When they reached the sidewalk they were surrounded by the crowd outside and to avoid having their dresses torn off sought safety in flight. Other Young men bought augers and bored holes through the sides of the rooms when the game was in Progress. The women appealed to the Borough officials who then gave them the required Protection. The game resulted in Victory for the Spring Lake girls by the score of 8 to 4. Jury disagreed seven jurors mrs. Voted to Manson acquit by associated pre to the Sun Putnam con. March 26.�?the jury in the trial of mrs. Mary Lillian Manson on the charge of causing the death of mrs. Julia a. Wilson of Ashford by administering Poison reported a disagreement this morning after an All night session. The jury stood seven for acquittal and ave for conviction of murder in the second degree. Mrs. Manson was taken Back to jail and according to the state attorney will probably be tried again later. When the Foreman reported fhe jury s inability to reach an agreement judge Shumway read a decision of the supreme court to the effect that if a majority of the jurors were for con the Maine Central to a depth of eight Victon those for acquittal should in j feet and for sixty five feet in Deavor to accommodate their reasoning length. The trains 44 and 64 wee. To the opinion of the majority. Judge bound Are still Here and train no. I have tuberculosis one fourth of the prisoners afflicted. By associated Presa to the Bun Albany n. Y., March 26.�?one-fourth of the population of the Clinton state prison at Dannemora Are afflicted with tuberculosis according to or j. B. Ransom a physician at the institution in an argument submitted to the ways and Means committee of the Assembly in favor of the Bill making an appropriation for the construction of a building at the prison for the care of prisoners thus afflicted. There Are 200 tubercular inmates of the institution of whom 185 were transferred from other institutions. Democrat named Warren for civil service commission by associated Tross to the Sun Boston mar. 26.�?at the meeting of the executive Council yesterday gov. Bates nominated Bentley Wirt Warren for the position of civil service commissioner. Or. Warren was born in Brighton. April 20, 1864. He was educated in the Public schools of Boston and was graduated from Williams College la 1ss5. While in College he was a member of the Alpha Delta Phi and editor of the Argo ii College paper. His father who died in 1880, was prominent As an attorney anti represented Massa Susetts in the National House. He held other offices of Public Trust including that of collector of internal Revenue. Bentley w. Warren studied Law in the Boston University school of Law and in the office of Hon Thomas p. Proctor anti was admitted to practice in 1888. He was a member of the legislature in 1891-2. In 1894 he was a candidate for Congress in Tho Lith District and was Defeated by general Draper. Or. Warren is a resident of Boston and a member of the Union University Puritan and other social clubs of the Young menus democratic club and of Bethesda Lodge. F. And a m. On june 6. 1894, or. Warren married Ellen Hatch daughter of William Windom of Minnesota Secretary of the Treasury in president Harrison a Cabinet. Two children have been born to them. Ellen Windom Warren and Bentley Wirt Warrenjr. A new merger railway buried big landslide from Blue Clay Bank. By associated press to the sub Winslow me., March 26�?a landslide from the Blue Clay Hank at the Cut near Leonle Bridge at 5 of clock this morning buried the main line of Shumway inquired whether in the opinion of the Foreman further deliberation in the Light of the decision he had read would enable the jury to arrive at a verdict. The Foreman replied in the negative and judge Shumway thereupon discharged the jury. After scorchers speeding autos in Marshfield will be stopped. By associated press to the Sun Marshfield mar. 26�?a plan has been adopted for waging War on automobile its disregarding Laws regulating Speed on the highways of the town during the coming season. Special officers Are to be appointed in half a dozen sections of the town each to have a Telephone at his command. When a scorching chauffeur is seen that he cannot capture he will Telephone to the next officer to time the machine and hold it up of it la exceeding the Legal rate of Speed or has violated signals to Stop. The highways of Marshfield will be posted with warning signs. It was proposed that the special officers should Debar big noisy machines altogether from the town roads As a nuisance but this course was not adopted. A vast continent East bound is on the South Side of the slide. A Large Crew of shoveler la at work and it is now expected that an opening will be made by noon. Woman appointed As to succeed Julian Ralph press representative. By associated press to the Sun new York March 26�?miss Elsie Reasoner has been appointed Eastern press representative of the St. Louis exposition in place of the late Julian is greater part of Antarctic Region. By associated press to the Sun London mar. 26.�?president Mark Ham of the Royal geographical society commenting on the achievements of the British Antarctic ship discovery says it has been proved conclusively that the greater part of the Antarctic Region is a vast continent. Captain Scott r. N., the commander of the discovery penetrated too Miles further South than any previous explorer and discovered an extensive mountainous Region. Hitherto absolutely unknown extending to 63.2 South. He thinks this indicates that the land stretches to the pole in a series of very lofty mountains which is considered to be far the most important geographical result Ever achieved in an tartly exploration. The discovery wintered 400 Miles further South than any other vessel had previously wintered. Injunction issued directed at the strikers in Tacoma. By associated Tress to the Sun Seattle March 26�?on application of the Tacoma Light a Power company judge Hanford of the United states circuit court last night issued a restraining order directed to the Tacoma a a . _ ,.oa. Strikers and persons from Seattle Alleg Ralph. Originally miss Reasone de to he aiding them against any inter Ralph a assistant. She is a native of Ference with the operation of the Corn , Kus. Her father is a re Panyk scars or with any person in the _ employ of the company. Tired newspaper editor. J a Western Central labor Union during the Spanish american of Seattle and its officers Are made miss. Reasoner wrote special articles parties to the restraint for the Chicago papers particularly regarding the work of the red Cross society. She was also for two years the Paris correspondent of the London Globe. She attended the Coronation of Queen Wilhelmina As a correspondent. She was press representative at the trans Mississippi exposition at Omaha in 1898 and also visited the Paris fair As press correspondent of the american committee. Sale realized 15,809. By associated press to the Sun new York March 26 the Sale of Staffordshire plates of the Burritt collection at the american arts galleries attracted buyers from May cities. Prices ranged from about $40 to $470, and the total realized was $6809. Three big steel companies get together. Trenton n. J., mar. 26 a articles of merger were flied in the office of Secretary of state today merging the american steel switch company. National steel company and the Carnegie company. The merger corporation is to be known As the National steel company with a capital of $63,000,000. The combined capital of the old companies amounted to $252,000,000. By this merger the new corporation will save Over $7000 each year in fees paid to the state of new Jersey. The directors of the new corporation Are w. E. Corey c. M. Schwab e. H. Gary w. W. Blackburn and Thomas Murray. The officers of the company Are w. E. Corey president w. W. Blackburn Secretary and treasurer w. C. Mccausland assistant treasurer j. Campbell assistant Secretary and editor. All of the officers Are from Pittsburg. Stouch switch we. Connerty injured in Railroad Yard William Connerty residing at 98 Middlesex Street and employed by the Boston a Maine Railroad had a narrow escape from being killed in the Yards this morning. He jumped on a moving freight to ride Down the Yard and while holding on to one of Tho handles his hat blew off. In an attempt to Rescue his hat he leaned out and struck a switch but not with enough Force to throw him from the car. As soon As the freight stopped he managed to get off the ear and was taken to the emergency Hospital where it was found that to had two lacerations one on his right hip and another on the right ankle. It took seven stitches to close the wounds. That Norka flavor there was never anything like it. It s so delicious that House t wives Are using Norka in making desserts As Well As for a breakfast food. Patterson scored new finance minister. By associated press to the Sun Madrid. Mar. 26.�?senor Rodriques san Pedro a conservative and a lawyer has been appointed to succeed finance minister Villaverde whose resignation yesterday was due to the demands of the War Marine and other ministers for increased expenditures. Senator arrayed against senator in court. By associated press to the Hun Colorado Springs. Col., March 26�?former senator Wolcott introduced a sensational feature in the w. 8. Stratton will Rase when he attacked senator t. M. Pat Tor non engaged As counsel for the Stratton estate. He served notice on senator Patterson that political partisanship from his aide should not be dragged into the Case and directed mainly against him during the entire part of his argument scoring him for the personalities introduced in the affidavits of the Ohtake arid the alleged trickery used in the employment of la. G. Berry As a spy. Berry was called a perjured. Senator Patterson argued that Hie motion to discharge the present panel of jurors was out of the Ordinary in that it was Nota regular Challenge to the inherent Power of the court and required that it should take action As a matter of Protection to re own integrity and dignity. He argued that tile affidavits showed tampering with the jury. The cooked Oats ready to serve Norka is packed while hot in a sealed airtight package which keeps in All of the Origi Inal flavor of the Oats and keeps out dust and insects. The Only Cereal thus protected. The Norka food co., ltd., Battle Creek. Midi. Richer them the amp to better them meet Platt for Low the Boss favors Anither fusion movement. By associated press Toth Sun new York. March 28�?senator Thomas c. Platt at a conference of Republican leaders held in his room in the fifth Avenue hotel last night declared for the re nomination of Seth Low for mayor and announced that he would do everything in his Power to cause his election. Senator Platt believes the mayors administration has demonstrated the Success of the fusion movement and he advocates a similar movement this year. Died suddenly health insurance we have a health policy will interest you. Provides indemnity in Case of illness and keeps the family Bills paid. In this season when sickness is so prevalent there is no better investment than this policy. Drop us a postal and we shall be glad to show you the policy. John a. Donovan Donovan building general insurance. Lowell. Mass. $100 a plate have j of Catarrh taint a Here a Strong evidence of the quickness and sureness of that wonderful remedy or. Ageiew s catarrhal powder a for years was a victim of chronic Catarrh tried Many remedies but no cure was effected until i had procured and used or. Agnews catarrhal powder. First application gave my instant Relief and in an to my Eui Bly Short while i was absolutely cured a James Headley Dundee n. is. Sold by Ellingwood amp Ca and Falla amp Burkly mrw. Novel dinner to be Given by Chicago men. A by associated press to the Sun new York. Mar. 26�?c. K. G. Billings the cd hic ago horseman will give a novel dinner on saturday evening to 36 members of the equestrian club in Celebration of the opening of his two Hundred thousand Dollar stable. The courses will be served on horseback each guest having on his Saddle a table. Beside the horse there is to by a Walter to serve the rider and at each horse s head a Groom will stand lest a sudden Start spill rider and dinner together. It is estimated that the Cost of the dinner which will be Given in the Carriage room of the new stable will approximately be $1 0 a plate. The Washington savings institution deposits oct. Is. 1892, $49,024.10 deposits oct. Is. 1902, $1,052,000.00 a gain of Over a million dollars in to years. 265 Central Street Geo. M. Harrigan. Treat. Genuine Waltham main Surro 50c warranted two years. Watches cleaned 50c, clocks Aud jewelry Quot repaired. Watches clocks. Jewelry silverware eyeglasses spectacles at lowest prices. Cash paid for old Gold and Silver. Waltham watch repairing co 195 Middlesex St. Open evenings. Ginter grocery co. 141-143 Merrimack Street Lowell. Opposite pollards grocery prices that Appeal to the Thrifty and particular. Frei made butter three grades three prices. Each one Worth the difference. Per la. 25c, 27c, 29c fresh Laid e0gs per Doz. 7c, 22c, 25c Al makes most flour and will Cost bbl. Dur Golden re a Brand flour a read from least i Grilles just As Good $1.00 More per bbl. Per $4.55 Coffee a Golden Rost i Brand genuine 35 cent mocha land Java Coffee. 5-lb. Pkg. $1.0 per la 20c teas a Golden rom Brand finest Garden flows Formosa. Oblong English Broj Quot St or mixed teas. La 35c 3 Spe Friday fancy pres Ltd for a a saturday in in polled beef 10c per la. Fancy rolled horned reef 7o per la. Extra Large Queen olives. 40c per it. A Golden Rose Quot bread full 16 of. .30 per loaf fancy Santa a Lara prunes 5 lbs. For 19o Good a Merit at sardines 4c per can fancy smoked boaters 25c per Doz. Hon. Francis Faulkner a victim of heart failure. By associated press tothe Sun Keene n. Of. March 26.�?hon. Francis c. Faulkner a member of the i state Hoard of Railroad commissioners died suddenly at his Home Here today from heart failure super induced by an attack of the grip. Or. Faulkner was attacked by the grip while visiting in new York some time ago. And on his return Home his i physicians stated that it had left his heart in bad shape. Or. Faulkner was born Here in 1852 and was a son of Francis a. Faulkner a prominent lawyer. He was a graduate of Phillips Exeter Academy and Harvard University and was admitted to the new Hampshire bar in 1877. He was judge advocate general of the staff of gov. Bell in 1881. He was also a member of the governors Council in 1896 and a member of the new Hampshire legislature in 1899. At the time of his death he was a member of the state Railroad commission president of the Cheshire county sayings Bank of Keene and a director of the Cheshire National Bank and was intimately connected with the business interests of the town. He was a member of the Law firm of Batchelder a Faulkner. He leaves a widow two sons and daughters. Incendiary origin in Glea Sonville this morning by associated pre tothe Sun Gle Abon Dale. Mass. March 26-two firs broke out in this Village Early today at practically the sums time and from evidence at hand it is believed that. Both were set by incendiaries. Two houses were partly burned and a Burn was destroyed entailing a Losa of $5000. Tho first Blaze was in the House of Louis Allen station agent for the Boston a Maine Railroad. The Blase seemed to be confined to one end of the House and to a Gable from which Tho flames were issuing in a threatening manner. Jum when the work of extinguishing this Tir it was at its height the voluntary firemen saw flames leaping from a Large barn about Loo Yards away. In a few moments this barn enveloped in tire threatened Tho adjoining House. Leaving a few workers to attend to a he Allen House members of the voluntary department hurried to the new Are and a Telephone message was sent to Hudson two Miles away for assistance. A second bucket brigade was put into operation and a larg it Quantity of water was poured on the House although the flumes Nom tile barn scorched the faces of the men. While they were thus fighting. The apparatus from Hudson arrived and a Stream of water from a Hose soon quenched the flames. The barn was burned to the ground and the Quot roof of the House was ruined. In one of the upper rooms of the House which was unoccupied were found bundles of Wood saturated with Oil. Other evidence of incendiary so is in the Possession of the police who Are making ail investigation. Tho property damaged by the second fire was owned by a mrs. Bates who recently purchased it from John f. Wood of Concord it was considered the finest estate in Tho town. Found a bag it Only to azores will voyage of the Squadron extend. By associated press to the gun Berlin March 26�?ambassador Tower today conveyed to foreign Secretary von Richthofen Secretary Hayes dispatch expressing president Roosevelt a appreciation of emperor Williams invitation to him to Send Tho North Atlantic Squadron to Kiel during the yachting week in june. Secretary Hay explained that the cruise was for practice purposes Only that the Squadron will not touch at any port on the Mainland of Europe and that the voyage eastward will Only be extended so far As the azores. Social and fraternal Reliance Lodge no. 2, order of the Star of Bethlehem at the regular meeting last night elected the following officers for the three months ensuing commander Melvyna s. Fraser vice commander Ariette l. Mickis i sock chaplain Elvira e. Gladwin marshal. Nellie Leary treasurer Emma j. Greenleaf accountant sir Henry c. Flanders scribe Emma Richardson inside Sentinel Roshelle c. Mclaughlin outside Sentinel sir John c. Ivers trustee Mary a. Sawtelle. Lawyer thought that held dynamite. By associated press to the Sun Boston March 26-Jnmes j. Wright a lawyer living at 24 Union Park walked softly into station 4, just before la of clock last night gingerly carrying at arms length a Small travelling bag. He was followed by a smaller Man who looked As though he was scared and who took up a position at a respectable distance when or. Wright softly set the bag Down on the desk and backed away. A i found it a declared or. Wright die Etling his talk to Lieut. Jones who was in command of the station. A what about it asked Jones picking up the bag and giving it a yank toward him. A a done to do that done to do it a almost. Shouted Wright hacking still further away from the bag. A maybe there a dynamite in it anyway i did t dare open it. I found the hag on the common just a few minutes ago and it May be charged with Dudly Eppli the lieutenant began working at the lock of the bag and the Little Man got behind the Corner of a partition. Or. Wright looked unhappy. Presently the bag flew open with a snap and disclosed that its contents consisted of an alarm clock two razors a razor strop and a coat and Vest. The lieutenant find that any of the goods were loaded. The property is hold at station 4, awaiting a claimant. Schooner stranded. By associated prep to the Sun Lewes del., March 26.�?the Schooner William h. Davidson lumber Laden Suffolk va., for new York stranded one mile South of Indian River Inlet today. The vessel is leaking badly. The american Salvage company has dispatched a tug to her assistance with prospects of floating her. Favors Asiatic labor. By associated free to the Sun los Angeles. Calif. March 26�?the i of Angeles county Council of labor has adopted resolutions endorsing the action of the state organizer in effecting the unionization of japanese and mexican labourers at Oxnard. The Council adopted a further Resolution favouring the unionization of All unskilled Asiatic and other alien labourers in los Angeles. Local Labia leaders state that this is the first time a Union labor organization has gone on record a in any Way favouring Aai Atie labor. Something doing the Harmon picture and framing outfit is the move. We done to want to take so Many framed pictures along so will sell at auction thi8 week Only Friday and saturday afternoon at 3 of clock mirrors. Paintings. Water color8, pastels and stat uary. There is Good entertainment As Well As profit to be had by attending the sales. Seats for ladies and no charge for admission. Well known Painter dead. By associated pre to the Bun Chicago March 26.�?a cablegram has been received Here from Amsterdam announcing the death of John Henry Weiste Bruch the famous Utah landscape and Marine Painter. To abolish Grain tax. By Alao stated Presa to the Sun London March 26�?according to he pall mall casette Chancellor of the exchequer Ritchie is Likely to Iho Linh the Grain tax in the forthcoming budget besides making a reduce ton of three Pence in the income tax. This belief however is hardly borne out by the chancellors recent state nent to a deputation of Grain dealers. A. Harmon picture dealer Rugg building 121 Merrimack St. 162 Market Strait Lowell Maxi. John m. Farrell auctioneer auction Sale of fancy goods and groceries at 324 Fletcher Street. Saturday afternoon at 1.30 of clock consisting of dry. Fancy goods and groceries show cases thread cases. Canned goods Ket sups spices. Soaps. Beans Etc. Also Scales paper Roll tobacco Cutter of tank new one in fact a Nice clean Stock that must be acid. Per order j. Mochrie

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