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Marble Rock Journal (Newspaper) - September 15, 1904, Marble Rock, IowaOem. expo jets that his whole ably has reached Kuben. Closely pressed by japs and an other Battie is Lull in hostilities for the present however. Knights Templar March. Ten. Thousand participate in at Neit conclave. Looping the Loop in Manchuria. St. Petersburg sept. Gen. Kuro v Itkin s official report seut trom Muk Den during the evening wednesday announcing Oliai the whole of his army had arrived at Mukden and was up positions around the City and add ing that the army had not lost a gun during the Retreat relieved the Public anxiety and put an end to the Many alarmist reports which. Had been cur rent Here. From the general s report it seems evident that Kuropatkin is tentatively preparing to meet the Jap anese again should Field marshal Oyama continue to press northward. Noth ing More important than rear guard actions marked the March to Mukden. The Region South of that City is now Clear of russians. It is evident How Ever that Kuropatkin is taking pre cautions to prevent the japanese from creeping around his flanks As he re ports that the japanese cavalry is actively scouting wide on his flanks. The japanese Are reported to be ing up about 30 Miles on either Side of the Railroad with the View to sur round Rig Mukden but whether Kuro Patkin will accept an engagement or continue northward will probably de Pend upon the temper and condition of Iua lion Jas Vjio doubtless Nave Yeeu much shaken by the Long fight and the hardships attendant upon the Retreat. Lull in hostilities. Mukden sept. The fighting has ceased and the russian transport and army Are moving without interruption. There is much uncertainty concerning the movements and purposes of the japanese. It is impossible to say definitely yet whether there will be an other Battle Here or further North. Gen. Kuropatkin evidently is not seek ing to renew the Battle but if challenged he will not decline an engage ment. Losses at Liao Yang. St. Petersburg sept. The Best in formation of War office indicates that Gen. Kuropatkin lost about men during the ten Days Battle at Lia Yang. A fearsome sight. Shanghai Kwan sept. 7, via tientsin sept witnesses of the Battle of Liao Yang declare the struggle was a stupendous and fearsome sight fully 600 guns were engaged in the artillery Duel and shells to the number of 60 a minute were fired unceasingly for 12 hours. Thousands of men fell in the struggle Ana numberless instances of individual and collective heroism Are declared to have occurred on the veritable inferno. Stekelberg s close Call. St. Petersburg sept. Gen. Stakel Berg s first siberian army corps which was reported saturday by Gen. Kuro Patkin As Baving been Cut off to the Westward of Liao Yang has been safely extricated. Gen. Kuropatkin telegraphed at seven o clock saturday evening that the greater portion of his army including Stekelberg s Force was then South of Yentai about ten Miles Northeast of Liao Yang and that the other portion of it was crossing the Zaitse River and talking up a position on the right Bank. The surrounding of the first siberian corps it seems was due to a Blunder of Gen. Stekelberg who. In the words of Gen. Kuropatkin insisted on placing his own interpretation on orders instead of fulfilling them. Gen. Stekelberg erred in failing to Cross the Zaitse River when Gen. Kuropatkin desired that the whole army should Retreat to its Northern Bank. Japs take Liao Yang. Tokio sept Field marshal Oyama telegraphing at nine o clock sunday morning says me fighting of last night and this morning Liao Yang fell into our hands. Our casualties Are believed to be very heavy no report has been received concerning conditions on the right Bank of the Zaitse fighting at port Arthur. Che Foo sept firing was heard Here indistinctly wednesday evening. A copy of the port Arthur Novi Krai dated August 31, published detached incidents of the fighting of August 29 and 30 on the East on evening of the 29th the Japa Nese opened heavy fire from fort no. 3 and other directing their larger guns chiefly at the russian positions on a Hill Callet the Small Eagle s nest at shush Iyer the japanese removed the roofs from a number of chinese houses. Strongly constructed of mud and Stone and converted them into excellent re doubts. At nine o clock on the evening the 29th a russian regiment made a of Slavett on the japanese trenches and at the Point of the Bayonet the japanese were forced to the redoubt no. I the russians were unable to proceed further than this redoubt be cause tit fierce fire poured in upon by the japanese. According to comment made by the Novi Krai this re doubt had evidently been greatly strengthened during As previous night. On the East flank the remainder of the night of the Sawh was quiet. Nothing occurred of the West flank during the night of tin shh. On the morning of August 30 Sutlian artillery dispersed it japanese cavalry. San Francisco sept. Twenty ninth triennial conclave of the order of knights Templar was inaugurated tuesday with a grand Parade which brought into contrast the thirteenth and twentieth centuries and recalled the age of chivalry when Richard Coeur de Leon Saladin battled for pos session of the holy City. With fluttering Gonfalon with richly Capri soned horses prancing in Gay accoutrements men who have passed through the Vigil of the Squire and have symbolically received the Golden spurs of Knighthood marched with nod Ding White and Black plumes with White Malf so or with swords flashing and with the Banner of the Cross Flung to the Breeze Over seven Miles of the City s gayly decorated and thronged streets. San Francisco sept. Competition Drill Between four Well drilled teams of knights Templar was wednes Day s feature of the triennial conclave. Louisville commander no. 1. Won the first prize St. Bernard Chicago was second Ivanhoe. Milwaukee third y., fourth. Fully people witnessed the marching and counter marching of the competing teams. San Francisco sept. Follow ing officers were elected by the knights Templar Here thursday grand Mas Ter George m. Llo Ulton of Illinois of Deputy Gianis Hemy rugs of Rhode Island grand Generalissimo William b. Hush of Ohio grand Cap Tain general Frank h. Thomas of Washington grand senior Warden a thur Mcarthur of new York grand Junior Warden a. Frank Pierce of California grand recorder John a Ger of of Michigan grand treasurer h. Wales lines of Connecticut Springs n. Y., was chosen As the meeting place of the next conclave in july. 1907 strike declared off. Escape cot off and 1ahy Flances a Kex Oxtot do Tokiko the Wight in a new Yolk House. Fourteen persons of whom All but one Are women and children lose their others Are injured. Cass Ost Wabash Road pm tenge Down a embankment Teab Pek Detotto. Unions give up their fight against Cost of strike result is a warning. Chicago. Sept. Executive Board of the Union Butcher workmen thurs Day evening abandoned Terito against the meat packing plants and ordered the members Back to work. The terms under which the men re turn to work Are the same As offered by thirteen Are killed and fifty or More j. Ogden Armour last saturday and strikes trolley car i which the men rejected by referendum in St. Dead number i vote they Are in substance that the old judge Parker declares election in Vermont is a danger signal address to editors. Esopus n. Y., sept. Parker on thursday received pledges of Loyal support from editors of More than 200 democratic newspapers representing chiefly the Middle West and South. He addressed them from the veranda at Rosemount. He compared the record of the democratic administrations of president Cleveland with the Republican administrations which had preceded and followed him. The republicans he said had been guilty of reckless extravagance. Judge Parker closed with an allusion to the ver Mont returns which he admitted were a warning that unless the democrats ceased quarrelling among themselves they could not Hope to win the re sult in Vermont on he said admonished us and there can be no harm in giving voice to the admonition that harmonious cooperation of All and the elimination of Semmal Fin i Nuitai Usu unimportant differences Are essential to seven. Mobery mo., sept. 7.--the South bound Wabash. Passenger vain Waich left ass Moines for St. Louis at a. M. Was wrecked tuesday near Pendle ton Jio. Lulling 13 passengers and employees shall be reinstated As fast As possible being Given preference when vacancies occur that the wages skilled Butcher workmen will remain j the same As before the strike and that there will be no discrimination against and Man because of his connection with injuring More than 50 others. The a labor organization train which composed of an in begun july 12, the struggle continued Gine baggage and smoking cars Day for eight weeks and three Days. A week coach dinner an Pullman Sleeper was the strike first plague of most Witos. Two infants reported dead and Wom an driven insane by the pests in Mexico. Well filled it being estimated by Yva Bash officials that there were about 500 persons on Board. The train was run Ning at its scheduled Speed when the Accident occurred. The Day coach left the track and breaking Loose from the baggage and smoking cars plunged Down an embankment dragging the diner with it. The Pullman did not leave the track. The heavy dining car crashed on top of the coach and the majority of those killed and injured were passengers in the latter. Seven die in a wreck. St. Louis sept. H a Chan to escape seven persons nere killed Ancl 19 injured Mie fatally and nine in. A. Meck Urie Aai urday in which a suburban trolley car was struck by a world s fair Wabash passenger Traia at the Sarah Street they made peace with their employers under a favourable contract which gave them practically All they had demanded. The second walkout occurred the morning work was to be resumed under that con tract. It was charged by the packers that the Union broke the agreement by this act and since then the organizations steadily lost ground. In Chicago a few members deserted and in other packing centers thousands abandoned the fight. Desperate Means were re sorted to to Stem the tide but the pack ers continued to operate their plants with better and better Success. At the last the Only thing left for the Union was Complete surrender. 7-v, ,-ui.ui us Iii Iii the in wages to Butcher workmen is and to Allied tradesmen. S800.000 More Esti mated loss to packers. To new York sept. Per sons were killed and nearly a score injured in a fire in a five Story double tenement in attorney Street at an Early hour sunday morning. The dead include four women one Man and nine children ranging in age from three months to 12 years Many of the injured were taken to hospitals and it is thought that several of these will die. Among the injured were five fire men who were on a fourth floor bal Cony when it fell with them. The Small number of men among the killed and injured was due to the fact that most of the men who lived in the building following the attorney Street custom in hot weather were asleep on the roof while but few the women and children were there. Those on the roof were unable to escape by descending through the Burn ing building and made their Way to safety Over neighbouring roofs. Mean while the members of their families who had remained in their rooms found escape Cut off and panic reigned throughout the Structure. Jumped from windows. The fire occurred at three a. M. When the Rulp some of the tenants were jumping from the windows and from the ends of fire escapes that reached Only to the Sec Ond floor. Others were crouching in the smoke in the Small rooms and Nar Row Halls. A number of daring res cues were made by firemen and police and the conditions under which they worked were unusual and difficult. The less of life was due chiefly to the fact that alterations were being made in the tenement building. The base ment and the first floor the latter about six feet above the sidewalk level had both been Cut through the front and rear Walls having been re moved and the upper floors being sup ported by steel beams. The exit from the upper floors was by Way of a Small step ladder. The Ere is sup posed to have been caused by the explosion of a lamp that had been left to Light the Hall on the second floor and the sleeping tenants were not aroused until the hallway was ablaze and escape through the building Cue off. The Vermont election. Republican plurality is about hew legislature. White River Junction it sept. Crossing. The train East bound run j stockmen railroads etc., total Ning at 20 Miles an hour struck the estimated loss trolley southbound squarely in the san Antonio tex., sept. Spe Cial to the express from Mazatlan. Mexico a plague of mosquitoes j is reported from the town of eld Trado this state. The insects Are said to be of extraordinary size and appear in _ swarms at night. One woman it is j reported has been driven insane by the j attacks of mosquitoes and two infants j have died from the poisonous effects j of their bites. The people of the town i have appealed to the state authorises for Aid and the authorities have asked i for experts from the City of Mexico. The plague seems to be confined to the town and Vicinity the insects originating in nearby swamps. I Luule. For reasons which have not been explained the car stopped on tha crossing sparsely across the track on which the train was approaching. The Crews of both the Wabash train and of the suburban car were arrested. The list of dead follows m. B Bris Tol 60 Yoars old Webster Grove. To. Harry b. Culp 60 years old St. Louis George w. Majors aged 60, St Louis sad Fate of aged Sisters. Galien mich., sept George j w. Chase aged 64, and mrs. Henry i Smith aged 70, Sisters Kii Iea by a Michigan Central passenger train Here sunday. One of them was Cross ing a cattle guard when her shoe caught in the guard. The other ran to her assistance and both were struck by the engine and the bodies hurled 30 feet into the air. Big petition piled. Springfield. 111., sept. Petition of the referendum league of Illinois for the submission of of direct primaries a people s vote arid Homie Rule in taxation was filed in the office of Secretary of state Rose late thursday afternoon. The petition bears 130.852 signatures and was presented to the Secretary in eight Large packages. Picked three candidates. Saginaw. Mich., sept. Republican judicial convention nominated the Fuho sing three candidates for justices of the supreme court judge a. V. Mcalroy of manii Tec r. Ostrander. Of Laos Iii and attorney general Charles a. Blair of Jackson. County Mickinley. 12 years old St. Louis mrs. John Merkley. Trenton ont mrs Sophia p. Aldrich Indian. Apolis Tshon w. Wilson Kirkwood 70 years old. Awful disaster. Princeton 111., sept. Kansas City fast passenger train on the Chicago. Rock Island Pacific Railroad was wrecked one half mile cast of Tiskilwa wednesday night and More than so per sons were injured three of whom have since died. They Are As yet unidentified. The passenger train collided a Vii the rear end of a freight train that had broken in two. The Engineer escaped injury and the fireman was seriously Hurt. Half a dozen passenger cars were wrecked and the passengers thrown in every direction eight Landing in a Cornfield at one Side of the track. Declines nomination. Washington sept. H. Shibley of this City who was nominated by the Continental party at Chi Cago As candidate for vice president has sent a letter to the notification com Mittee of the party declining the Hod nation. Blow at trading1 Stamps. Detroit mich., sept. Common Council by a vote of 21 to 4 adopted an ordinance prohibiting the try Dick Busineau in this City. Congress of geographers. Washington sept. In the pres ence of distinguished geographers of this and foreign countries the first session of the eighth International Oon Giess has called to order at ten o clock thursday morning in the auditorium of the George Washington University by commander r. E. Peary. United states Navy president of the Congress. Commander Peary presented or. Charles d. Wolcott director of the geological Survey who welcomed the Congress to America on behalf of the president of the United states and announced president Roosevelt s acceptance of Tho Honor Ary of the ban behind ticket. Little Rock ark., sept. Re turns from the state election monday show that while the unopposed demo cratic nominees for state officers received 85 per cent or the total vote the plurality for gov. Davis dem will tie less than and May drop to the next legislature will stand sen ate democrats. 34 republicans 1. House democrats 95 republicans 5. Denominated. Honolulu sept. Republican convention renominated Jonah k. Kaj la Azote for to Congress. Aged actress Dies. Mrs. Sara Stevens passes away in St Paul was widow of John c. Heenan. St. Paul minn., sept. Sara Stevens a member of the Way Down East company playing at a local the Ater Here died suddenly at the City Hospital thursday of uraemic. Mrs. Stevens was about 70 years of age and her stage career which was a notable one dated from october 27, 1856. She was a member of the Laura Keene company that presented our Ameri can the comedy Lincoln was witnessing when assassinated at Ford s theater in Washington. Besides miss Keene the cast included Joseph Jeffer son and the elder Sothern. Mrs. Stev ens was the widow of John c. Heenan the noted English pugilist. After her marriage she retired for 14 years. On the death of her husband she returned to the american stage. Safe robbed. Burglars loot Worth Carolina county treasurer s office of Between and f Charlotte. N. C., sept. Burglars blew open the Safe of county treasurer j a. Logan at county. N. C., and secured Between and the Safe in the Post office was also blown open. Postmaster Mackie reports that Over 1410 was stolen. Burglars secured tool from a Black Smith shop in the town. County treasurer Logan offers a Reward of for the capture of the burglars and Money. Bank president indicted. Des Moines. La., sept Day Dun Ning president of the defunct citizens Bank at Blount Ayr. La., was indicted wednesday for fraudulent banking on five different counts. The failure of his Bank last Spring was sensational involved about loss and seriously crippled mount Ayr business interests. The Republican plurality of in wednesday s election is believed to be within a few votes the Correct Fig ures. Four years ago it was the total vote for governor without the two towns is Bell Porter Republican plurality of 31.449. The missing towns Hau a re publican plurality last year of 68. A Tabu lation of the returns compared with those of 1990 show that the republicans gained in eight counties an aggregate of 998 votes. The loss in six counties shows an aggregate of making a net re publican loss of 444. On the other hand the democrats gained in three counties an aggregate of 212 votes losing in the other 11 an aggregate of Mak ing a net democratic loss of the next legislature will be More completely controlled by the republicans than for Many years. The returns from 221 towns scow that the Senate will be sold ii Republican where last year there were five democrats. Returns for the House show 186 republicans 30 democrats 3 independents and 2 citizens members. Last year the democrats had 50 members in the House. A feature of the incoming legislature is the Large number of prominent men. Many of whom have filled More prominent state offices and who apparently desire to re turn to Public life. There were four tickets in. The Field democratic prohibitionist and socialist. The congressional elections also were held tues Day All parties having candidates but both present Republican members of the House Kittredge Brattleboro and David j. Poster of Burlington have majorities. The legislature elected tuesday will return Redfield Proctor to the United states Senate. The hews in Brief for the week ending sept. 9. J. Samuel Mccue mayor of Charlottesville va., has been arrested for Tea a egg murder of Bis wife. The Catholic Cathedral of the Epi Phany was dedicated at Sioux City la., with imposing ceremonies. Connecticut democrats nominated a. State ticket headed by a. Heaton Robertson of new Haven for governor. Calvin s. Stewart of Kenosha was nominated for Congress by the democrats of the first Wisconsin District. The democrats of the seventh Michi Gan District nominated Charles Well Man of port Huron for congressman. Roy l. Morse of fond do Lac has been nominated Lor Congress by the sixth Wisconsin Ronnhi icon Tion. For a second time the democrats of new Hampshire nominated Henry is of Concord to be their candidate for i governor. I the republicans of the second be i Braska congressional District Nomi i rated Joha l. Kennedy of Omaha for Congress. James h. Movie of. Salt Lake was nominated for governor on the first ballot by the Utah democratic state convention. The comptroller of the currency has issued a Call for the condition of National Banks at the close of business september 6. Railway mail clerks representing ail parts of the United states opened their Twenty ninth annual convention in Faneuil Hall Boston. Ills. Rebecca Ruter Springer widow of the late congressman William i. Springer died at Oaklawn sanitarium near Jacksonville 111. The census of India for 1901, just com a. Lulu Pupuis Awuou of the census takers were hampered by several Odd tribes. Two thousand men were killed and wounded in a Battle lasting urea Days Between the uruguayan govern ment forces and the revolutionists. A Wheeling Lake Erie freight train struck loaded Hay Wagon near Chagrin. 0. Conductor Gregory of Canton and Henry poner a Fanner were killed. Acting Secretary Oliver of the War department has issued a circular of warning against political assessments and partisan activity of office holders. Capt. Viren commander of the rus Sian Cruiser Bayan will replace rear Admiral Prince Oukhtomsky As com Mander of the port Arthur Squadron. Joseph Woodberry Hole in the Day son of the distinguished Chippewa chief Tain hols in the Day of the Chippewa nation of Minnesota is dead aged 45 years. J. D. Underwood general manager of the Rogers wheel company dropped dead at Lebanon by. Or. Underwood who was 55 years old was apparently in Good health. Maj. Henry Seton of new York a vet eran of the United states army in tha civil and Spanish american wars a noted Indian fighter with Gen. Crook. Is dead at Baltimore my. John h. Diggle and Miasma who our Oil of Zugai i. And mrs. Leta Vasgen of Mullen. Idaho were drowned in White River near Clarense. Ark., while boat ing in a gasoline Laii co. The Republic Iron steel company s East Chicago lad Plant closed indefinitely without warning throwing j men out of employment and completing the shut Down in the Calumet Region. Fire at the Griffin lumber company s Yards at Sandy Hill. N. Y., destroyed fee t of seasoned lumber tons of Coal and several of the company s Sheds. The loss will exceed congressman j. Fred c. Talbot of Baltimore county was renominated for Congress by the democrats of the Sec Ond Maryland District Talbot was decided upon on the two Hundredth and twentieth ballot. Henry Toler was burned to death at Anoka neb., while trying trying to res Cue his wife from flames which enveloped her As the result of a kerosene explosion tuesday. The woman was also fatally burned. Got. Dockery of Missouri has directed the sheriff and prosecuting authority of St Louis county to Stop which according to the management s announcement Are to beheld daily Lere after unto the close of the world s fair. The markets. _ new Tork. Sept 9. Live Stock steers 5u 5 to prime state 610 6 25 sheep 250 4 of flour Minnesota. Patents 5 90 6 35 to december 1 i 11% May 1 1 december 57% cheese nominated for Congress Sheboygan Avis. Sept. L. Morss. Of fond do Lac. Has been nominated for Congress by the sixth District Republican convention. I mayor charged with murder. Charlottesville va., sept mayor j. Samuel Mccue was arrested wednesday afternoon on the charge of murdering his wife on the night of Sun Day. September 4. The arrest was made while citizens were attending a Public session of the Coroner s jury which had returned no verdict up to Midnight the warrant waa sworn out Fly special police Justice a. D. And served by two policemen of the City. Or. Mccue made no resistance and is now in the City jail. Seduced Price for children. St. Louis sept. Was decided wednesday that until the close of the world s fair school children will be admitted for ten cents each. Had to opposition. Rock Springs wyo., sept gov. John e. Osborne. Of raw is was nominated for governor by acclamation in the democratic state Conven Tion. Nominated for governor. Dover del., sept. S. Penne of Dover was nominated by the Demon Kun for governor on the fifth bal lot. Chicago. Beeves to so fed Texas steers. 300 medium beef steers. 385 Good to Choice steers. 540 calves. 2 75 Light a 65 heavy packing. 475 heavy mixed. 525 sheep. 320 butter Creamery Dairy. How potatoes per by 45 f mess .12 60 i 7 17v- september. 1 Corn september. , september 31% Barley. Fair to Sood. A i Eye september Milwaukee. No. Com. December. 52 i Oats Standard 32 Rye no. 1. Kansas City. September. 96y december 97 4 Corn Oats no. 2 White. 3s St. Louis. Cattle beef steers 10 Texas steers 225 545 butchers. Best heavy. 560 300 Omaha. Steers 14 stoc cers and feeders t x cows and heifers

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