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Racine Daily Journal (Newspaper) - August 19, 1907, Racine, Wisconsin Racine daily journal Lii no of i Vav monday August 19 1907 Kice there readers As peace body Soin pers Mitchell and Keefe so entrusted by United labor in Teleg Raphers strike brokerage men quit six of the largest firms had refused to sign the Scaler president Small wants to strike fund in conducting strikes Washington aug president Samuel Gompers of the american federation of labor today reported to the executive Council of the federation that he Mitchell of Indianapolis and Daniel j Keefe of Detroit had been entrusted by United labor with an attempt to bring about Arf honorable adjustment of the Teleg Raphers strike at an opportune time or Gompers was asked when he thought that time would and re plied that he could not say it might be in an hour a week or a month or per imps not at All brokerage men strike Chicago aug a committee of striking Teleg Raphers today visited the brokerage firms which have not yet signed the scale demanded by the Union j and gave them until one Oclock today to accede to the Union demands or have a strike six of the largest brokerage houses in the City have not yet signed the scale and they declare that they will of sign late in the Day the men were j called out Many of the messenger boys of both the Western Union and the postal com j panics returned to work today the boys struck on the Day following the of the operators there were no material developments in the general strike situation both sides report the conditions As satisfactory to them no Progress is being made in the direction of peace wants fund i president Sylvester j Small of the International commercial Teleg Raphers Union made his Public Appeal yesterday for funds to carry on the fight against the Telegraph corporations he went much further he favored the Msj Sincof an immense fund of from oof Jolo to to be used by the United labor forces of the country in conducting any just strike this last proposition probably will be taken up by the Board of directors of the american i federation of labor meeting today in Washington the Day was devoid of action in the strike president Small said he was pre paring for a struggle that might last a Jety Days the newly raised moral Issue is to in pushed unless the female contingent of the strikers organization changes its plans committee of two or More Young women operators probably will carry to Gould personally the Evi Jadence say they have against of the company president Small expects to raise 000000 to conduct the strike within the next sixty Days and business men will i also be asked to contribute in the fight against the Western Union and postal companies gives out Roseate statement new York n y aug finally vice president and general Man Ager of the postal Telegraph Cable com Spany today gave out the following noon reports from All Points East West North arid South indicate that we a Start this morning under almost Normal conditions with improved traffic and in creased forces not a single place in the coi Ripans system this morning where we Are not giving Good service and where we j Are not prepared to give prompt handling to any business the Public May file with us so far As the postal Tele graph Cable company is concerned the strike is Over mister causes two deaths woman Falls into water companion go ing i 1 Vancouver Wash aug Iellen Waite and Joseph Sullivan both prominent Young people of this place were drowned Columbia River Here 3ate last night the Young people were returning from a launching trip and had landed on a Barge alongside the Dock in the darkness miss failed to see that there was apace of two feet be tween the Barge a cd the Dock and step Ped into the opening Sullivan heard cry fell and went to her assistance sullivans body has been re covered t associated press dispatches the daily journal is the Only paper Between Milwaukee and Chi Cago receiving associated press dispatches the journal receives Over leased wire running direct into its own office Index of Days happenings Chicago 111 aug Wisconsin cooler tonight with fair in the West and showers in East portion tuesday fair with cooler in East por Tion maximum temperature in Racine sat urday 88 minimum 64 maximum Sun Day 74 minimum 61 Page labor leaders As peace body met death in Kenosha a c Tilten is missing Prince from Sweden Here Page Are against trip North Page three sporting Page editorial press comments Page City happenings social and personal Page six half a rogue Page seven blow of pick makes trouble markets and want column Page print paper on warship Auto Accident kills four machine was racing with patently tried to Cross tracks and was struck Pittsfield mass aug Mary Root the most seriously injured of the two survivors of the automobile Accident at great Barrington yesterday in which other three members of Fin automobile party were instantly killed was reported to be in a dying condition atthe Pitts Neld Hospital today she has not recovered consciousness the automobile collided with an express train according to the Engineer of the express or Root was at the wheel of the automobile he had been racing with the train apparently the tracks running Al most parallel with the Highway for some distance it is believed that or Root hoped to Cross ahead of the train but miscalculated the Speed of the express and his machine hit the tender of the locomotive and was wrecked Issue new form of ticket Coupon system in use Between Kenosha and Chicago the two cent rate Bill having gone into effect in Wisconsin the Chicago and Northwestern railway company has is sued a new form of commutation ticket for use Between Kenosha and Chicago and also other places which is a Radical departure from the old punch ticket which has been in use for Many years the new ticket is in the shape of a Coupon ticket and it contains Twentyfive co Potis Good for a ride Between Chicago and Kenosha the coupons Are printed so As to show whether the trip was to or from Kenosha and the conductor is forced to hand in these coupons at the close of each Days business the new ticket is said to have been adopted in order that the company May keep better Tab on the amount of Busi Ness done each Day dropped boy from window brakeman kept him prisoner until the train had started the pranks of the brakeman on the St Paul stub train Between this City and Corliss will get him into serious trouble if he does not Stop and he will be forced to look for another situation a few Days ago a Small boy went into the train while it was stopping at the main Sta Tion Here to sell his papers the Brake Man held him in the smoker until the train pulled out of the station and was going at a fair rate of Speed he then took the boy up and hoisted him out of one of the windows letting him drop to the ground luckily the Little fellow landed so that he was not thrown under the train several of the passengers called him Down for his trick but he did not seem to pay the least attention to then he will be reported to the office of the company Ocean liner arrivals new York n y aug Steamer United states from Copenhagen four of every six men in this country smoke says a statistician met death in Kenosha Steve Makowski while Riding on car lost balance trying to recover his hat Skull fractured by the fall originally a resident of Kenosha he secured employment in Racine at Lake sober industrious friends mourn his loss deeply Steve Makowski 24 years old who has been employed in this City As Molder for a Short time met with a fatal Acci Dent on saturday evening at Kenosha by falling off the platform of a Street car while grabbing for a cheap Straw hat which the wind blew from his head Zakowski originally was a resident of Kenosha on saturday evening he took the 9 Oclock interurban car from Lakeside and wont to Kenosha when he boarded a local car for the purpose of going to the West Side of the City to visit his sister intending to spend Sun Day with her the car was crowded and he stood on the front platform after the car started and was going at a rapid Speed the Straw hat which Makowsky wore blew from his head he made a grab for it lost his balance and was thrown with great Force to the pavement the car was stopped and the unfortunate Man was found to be unconscious fractured his Skull the ambulance was called and he wag taken to the Hospital where he regained consciousness for a Brief period but again became unconscious and died Early sunday morning the fall had fractured his Skull badly Makowsky lived at Kenosha for Sev eral years was prominent in polish Cir cles and member of the polish society of that City he recently came to Cine and secured employment at one of the make site foundries going to Kenosha every saturday evening he single Man sober and industrious never imbibing in liquor among his countrymen he was popular and his untimely death caused sorrow among the poles his funeral will take Pace on tuesday next and will be from the polish Church under the direction of the Kenosha polish society or Stoffel in Accident Rig containing self and family run in to by vehicle occupied by three boys from Ives Jacob Stoffel the school commissioner reported to the police last night that he had been run into by another buggy on the rapids Road earlier in the even ing the school commissioner had rented a Surrey from or Dowse and was taking his family out for a ride the Rig which collided with them came up from the rear at a rapid Pace and ran directly into them partially wrecking one of the rear wheels of the Dowse Carriage the horse attached to the Rig which caused the trouble was driven by three boys who when they saw what they had done jumped out of their vehicle and decamped through the Fields or Stoffel loaded some of the family into the abandoned Rig and both of them were driven to the Dowse barn where they were left then he reported the matter to the officers who made an investigation and ascertained that the boys resided at Ives and that their Rig belonged there they Are Fred Monte Nero and Vincent and Peter Konta it is expected Nat the owner of the Rig will come in and get the vehicle and pay the damage to the Carriage occupied by or Stoffel and his family too Good to be True Price of gasoline lowered despite big Fine on Standard when the Standard Oil co was fined by a Chicago judge a few Days ago it was stated that the Price of Oil and gasoline would go up and that the Fine would be made Good today dealers in gasoline and automobile riders were astonished when they received notice that the Price of gasoline had gone Down one cent on the gallon instead of jump ing up a cent v set thousands of Bones u or Sweet deceased claimed to have officiated in 35000 cases new Haven Conn aug James Walkley Sweet one of the Well known family of natural bins setters died last night at his Home Here his Grandfather father and two uncles were Bone setters and or Sweet claimed to have set 35000 Bones during his professional career he was 54 years of age twas tenth anniversary congregation of first German Evangeli Cal Church Rev Jaeger pastor commemorate event yesterday was the tenth anniversary of the first German evangelical Luth eran Church Villa Street uninteresting event and of which Rev Conrad Jaeger is the past pm three services were held morning afternoon and evening with pastors present from abroad at each service the dec Rifice was filled prof pie per of Wauwatosa wis preached in the morning in the afternoon Rev Koch of South Milwaukee and in the evening Rev Duenger from Kenosha All were timely and instructive sermons the music by the combined choirs under the leadership of Paul Deu Nunger was unusually Well rendered there was a Good collection taken up during the past several months the Interior of the House of worship has been redecorated and improved and it is now one of the most Beautiful churches in the City since the new Church was erected ten years ago there has been a gradual growth in the membership owing to the hard and faithful work of Rev Jaeger City so declares r a Planta of tree oppo site Rev Mckillop larger in circumference r a Planta who has been in the City for several Days treating Shade Trees for different citizens states that in look ing Over the splendid Trees of which Racine is noted he observes that the Elm Tiee on ninth Street opposite the Rev Mckillop Home and the third tree from the Lake is the tallest Elm tree in Racine some of the Elm Trees around b b Northrop lot Corner of main and ninth Street and one Elm on or Lewis lot ninth and Wisconsin Are the largest in circumference but this Elm on ninth not far from the Lake towers above everything else in the City or Platta is from Oak Park and has been in the City treating Trees at tacked them and is meeting with Good Success Gem to Edward Boers will give British King valuable Diamond for his Bestowal of Constitution on Transvaal Pretoria Transvaal aug accordance with the Resolution introduced by Premier Botha the Transvaal As Sembly today by 42 to 19 votes authorized the government to Purchase the Culli Diamond the largest in the world and valued at As a present to King Edward in Token of the loyalty and appreciation of the people of the trans Vaal for the Bestowal of a Constitution on the Colony old time Hoodoo broken Dania society picnic favored with Fine Brand of weather for the first time in six years the bad weather Hoodoo which has followed the Dania society on the occasion of their annual picnic was broken yesterday the affair was held in the Beautiful Klinkert Grove and fully eight Hundred were present with their families and other relatives games of All kinds were played there was a target shooting con test tug of War and refreshments in abundance were served singing and music inspired the event in the target contest which created the greatest interest c Christiansen won the first prize making 64 out of a pos sible 75 the big tug of War was won by the islanders in charge of Captain Stenbo the opponents being the kudos captained by 0 c Krogh a of the prizes were donated by the danish bus iness men of the cite would secure pure milk Racine authorities Are asked to Coop Erstein movement authorities of Racine and Kenosha counties have received communications from or godfred Koehler chief of the pure food department of Chicago ask ing them to join with him in an Effort to secure for the Chicago Trade a Large per cent of the milk now sold in Chicago is shipped in from Racine and Kenosha counties along train of tears being ran every morning from Western towns As far along the line to Chicago hundreds upon hundreds of Gallons of milk fill the cans in chingo it is claimed that a great Deal of trouble has been found on account of contagious diseases at Points where the big in ilk sections Are located leave orders with Carroll for his no 1 Scranton Coal the Best hard Coal costs no More than any other a c Tilten Isy Issing Young Man who resided at 915 Washington Avenue not seen since August third suicide is feared by brother received an injury some years ago in Railroad Accident which seems to have affected his he jumped from Lake Steamer another mysterious disappearance has been reported to the police and the brother of the missing Youngman fears1 that something has happened to him or that he has taken his life the missing Man is a c Tilten who resided at 015 Washington Avenue for eight months the last seen of him was in the Saloon at the Corner of Washington Avenue and twelfth Street an acquaintance having seen him there a Friend was with him that evening which was saturday aug 3 he left the Young Man at the Corner of tenth Street and Washington Avenue shortly before 10 Oclock he wanted Tilten to come Home but Tilten said that he would hang around for a Little while before going to his room Points to suicide the brother fears that the Young Man took his own life for the reason that he has acted queer at times on the even ing of his disappearance he seemed to be Blue and morose some years ago he was injured on a Railroad in the West carrying a Long scar on his head from the wound which was inflicted that injury is believed to have affected his mind to some extent he did not seem to be to Rose except when he had been drinking some on the night of his disappearance he had visited one or two saloons where he had about three glasses of Beer he had about seventy cents and a watch in his pocket and was attired in his Best clothes on account of leaving his Sal Ary und Rawn and which was due him from the Racine Gehi ent walk company the brother believes that his brother wandered away and did away with him self Martjn his hat he wore a pair of Light coloured trousers Blue Serge coat and a Light hat with a High pointed Crown and dented in on the sides this hat was purchased at one of the stores of a local clothing com Pany and will Bear the name of that company on the inside in Case that his body was recovered at any Point the authorities Here would have been notified before this his brother believes that he boarded one of the boats for Chicago and that he May have jumped into the Lake while the boat was far out from land if that was the Case the body might Rise in a few Days and then Settle to the Bot Tom again and it would not then be located three years at Madison the Young Man resided for three years at Madison and it was believed that the body found there some time ago might be his that body was found some weeks ago and before the disappearance of the Racine Man inquiries will be made of the Madison authorities and also at Mason City la where he lived for some time four Plain drunk cases Quartetti had indulged too freely in cup that cheers there were four cases in the municipal court this morning two of them being dismissed they were Plain drunk cases John Clark and Tom Donovan being the defendants Walter Findley paid a Fine of and costs for being drunk and Dis orderly and Frank Varnisky had his Case adjourned until this afternoon he is charged with creating a disturbance at his Home on North Michigan Street and entered a plea of not guilty new Bank at Bristol charter is issued for one by state com missioner Bergh Madison wis aug banking commissioner Bergh has issued a charter to the Bristol state Bank of Bristol Kenosha county a grand Floral offer special bargains in peonies in order to have an attractive display and a sup ply of Cut Flowers next Spring you should Plant them Earl this fall for fico i will deliver to any address in the City in time for planting one each of double White double Pink and Dou ble red varieties three of each color for also Many Choice varieties from 25c to each your order must be in before aug 2j a Hanson 1630 Winslow Street Tel 080x copies of session Laws general Laws with full Index passed at the last session of the legislature can be had at the journal office in supple ment form free of charge pulled weapon is struck widower and married Man have words about letters Lewis is called there was a sensational occurrence on Marquette Street a Short distance North of state Street yesterday afternoon to which the police were called but did not make an arrest it appears from the Story told by the officers that a certain married Man and a widower had trouble a few Days ago the married Man charging that the widower had been paying too muck attention to his wife it was that the affair had been settled and that no More trouble would break out but yesterdays doings were the most serious of any according to the reports the widower went to the Home of the married Man on Marquette Street and entered the Yard where the married Man was seated he asked the married Man How he was feel ing now there followed some other re Marks and then the widower pulled a knife out of his pocket the married Man thought it was time for him to get Busy also and knocked the widower Down with a Well directed blow he held him Down until officer Lewis arrived on the scene the widower was marched put of the lot but was not arrested As ried Man did not want the matter aired in the courts gives to employees m m Secor according to Promise divides amount earned Over five per cent among his men four thousand and fourteen dollars was distributed among eighty employees of the m m Secor trunk co on sat urday evening this is the amount of Money Over 5 per cent earned by the big corporation during last year several years ago or Secor notified his employees that he would give to them every cent made by his company Over 5 per cent and he has lived up to the agree ment this is i addition to the regular wages paid the conditions arc that a Man or boy must be employed one year or longer in order to share in the dividends of course a Man who has been in the employ of the company twelve years would receive More of the amount than person Only employed one or two years and this is regulated right the employees of the Secor company were highly pleased when the extra pay was handed out to them another big convention one Hundred delegates to attend North Western conference of the German baptists beginning aug 28 Racine is becoming a popular City for conventions of different kinds and also Church conferences up to the present time no less than six Large gatherings have been held now comes the announcement that the Northwestern con Ference of German baptists will beheld at the German Baptist Church Corner of Milwaukee Avenue and Hamilton Street the first session to be held on August 28 and lasting four Days on the following monday there will be an excursion to Milwaukee it is expected that one Hundred Gates will be in attendance 13 Many noted divines in the t Church delegates will be taken of and entertained by members of the local Church while in the City this conference is to be followed by the general Confer ence to be held at Buffalo new York to which or Egli and Rev Schroeder of the local congregation Are the delegates thousands enjoy Outing sunday was an Ideal Day for citizens to go in country sunday was an Ideal Day the Sun was Clear not a Cloud obscured the heavens and the atmosphere Balmy and re freshing from the City there was a regular exodus of people and it is estimated that three or four thousand enjoyed an Outing in the Woods and Groves adjacent to the City there were Many private and several society picnics at the rapids hundreds took advantage of the boats and Shady nooks along the Shore the steamers to Mil Waukee caught several Hundred fifty or More went to the Beautiful Ravinia Park near Evanston others attended the base Ball games the country roads were filled with automobiles and carriages Eagle Lake Delaya Lake Browns Lakeland others caught the us Ual crowds both the Milwaukee elec tric railway Light co and the Chi Cago Milwaukee Idle Etric company car ried hundreds to and from the City it is evidence that sunday is becoming the time for family outings and that Groves Woods in the suburbs will soon be taxed to their utmost limit Prince from Sweden Here Wilhelm on Board the Cruiser Sylgia welcomed by swedish americans at Jamestown he will be dined and 1 reception in new York state building to be followed by banquet at Virginia Champrey at army and Navy club this evening i Norfolk aug swedish Cruiser Sylgia with Prince Wilhelm aboard passed in Cape Henry from the southward at 12 Oclock today the Sylgia which was not met at the capes by any american warship proceeded Dii really to the Jamestown exposition grounds on Hampton roads j the arrival of Prince Wilhelm in Hampton Road was announced by the Exchange of International salutes be tween flip Cruiser by Login the guns at Tonroe and the vessels of rear Admiral Evans commanding the squad Rou of warships at the exposition to Welcome the swedish Royal Prince following the formal visit by the swedish authorities and rear Admiral Evans Prince Wilhelm will land at the Jamestown exposition later this after noon where he will be met by president Tucker of the exposition company Admiral Harrington u s n general Fred d Grant u s a or the igniters per Sonal representatives and under escort of a detachment from the 12th United states cavalry now in Camp at thee position will be driven Over the grounds Many fetes planned the Day which broke threatening has developed into an Ideal August Day and thousands of swedish american and others Are on the ground awaiting to give the Prince aright Royal Wel come the minute lie Steps ashore at Dis covery Landing immediately following a reception to the Prince this afternoon at the new York state building on the exposition grounds to comes to Norfolk for a bail Quet by swedish vice Consul Fer natron at the Virginia club after which to returns to the exposition for a Champ tre at the army and Navy club and a dance it the new York state build ing both in Honor of the Prince and the officers of the Sylgia obnoxious weeds thrive commissioner getting after the Delin Thistle pre Domin reported overgrown All Over the City of Racine obnoxious weeds arc growing some of the Side walks in the outskirts being almost hidden from View the new Weed com missioner is getting to work As fast As possible and believes he will Hanoi this nuisance Well in hand soon and that obnoxious weeds will be a thing of the past out in the country towns the conditions Are said to to worse than in the City weeds As High As a Man Are growing in hundreds of places the Canada Thistle predominates and a gentleman who Ohms a farm in it pleasant makes the statement that few Days ago he went out to the farm and As he approached he imagined Hes was striking a Snow storms dense were the fragments 02 Thistle blossoms Bej ing carried through the air and a rods of feet on the farm he Orde Recti the tenant on the form to Cut the weeds quickly or there would be a Law suit one of the conditions of the lease being that weeds must be Cut the same conditions prevail on other farms and unless something stringent is done the Weed nuisance will be worse than Ever a the history of the county t we offer you our genuine Scranton j Coal As the Best and cheapest in the i cite for your Winters Supply Call and see us Racine fuel co there Are various mediums of putting yourself in touch with the people and the want column is one of the Best the journals help wanted wanted positions for Sale for rent notices Etc ave placed before Twenty thousand readers every evening Nus said

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