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FULTOH 111 A FURY.
Continued from Fifth Page.
10 o'clock, where it wai served on
William Jackson, assistant counsel
of the order, in the street ia front of
the Illinois college.
In the meantime Head Attorney
Johneon had been arrested on a war
rant charging him with inciting
riot. The authorities had also
placed Engineer Mitchell and Fire
man Basmnssen ender . arrest. No
warrants were serTed on the latter
two. and they were compelled to coma
to the Tillage hall, where Aid. W. C.
Mancker was also ia charge of an
officer, he being charged with carry
ing concealed weapons. James La
mont and William Boland met a like
fate, being hustled to the callabooee
by the barley deputies at the point
of a gun and thrown in. They
were simply told that they were
rlotres. . There was also a warrant
out for A. F. Barber, conductor of
the train, it ia said, but he evaded
At the town hall Engineer Mitchell
asked that some one be appointed to
take care of the engine. Oh, ruu
your engine np here," replied Fred
K. Bastian, who was running around
all night with two pistols. A couple
of deputies had started for Morrison
with Attoanej Johnson, and Engineer
Mitchell and Fireman Basmnssen to
put them in the county jail peading
a trial, when they changed their
minds and came back. A hearing
was given thtm bofore Justice J act
ion. Mr. Jehnson was released on
bail and the engineer and fireman
were let go on their own recogniz
ance. After the injunction Lad been
served the Fulton band turned out
and they had a parade. But tho mob
kept guard of the train, which was
backed down to the street near the
Woodmen office at midnight, and the
bonks all removed by men with
hot guns and pistols. The Bock
Island people offered no resistance
when they learned that an injunc
tion had been issued. After the
books had been removed the Bock
Island people were marched from the
cars and searched and lined up along
the track until all had their clothes
ransacked. Then they were ordered
back into the cars, and made to close
every window and door, not a man
being allowed to leave. The Bock
Inlanders submitted to the greatest
of humiliation and abuse at the
hands of the Fultonites, after it was
supposed the trouble was over, and
when the train pulled out for Bock
Island at 1:45 a. m. rocks were
thrown at the train, a number of
windows being broken. Shots were
also fired. The Fulton gang hooted
and yelled until the train was out of
sight. The Bock Islanders reached
home at 4 a. m.
One man who attempted to go
across to Clinton with tho Woodmen
seal, which he carried in a satchel,
was nabbed by Chief of Police Burke,
of Clinton, and taken back to Fulton,
and relieved the seal.
It Is said that the Fultonites would
have used dynamite if an attempt
would have been made to move the
train containing the records, while
they had several tons of rock on the
Clinton bridge to damp on a boat
should a river trip down be at
Muring the beat of the excitement
one Fulton citizen rose in tne crowd
and nppealed to. the passions of those
comporing the mob. He was willing
to derend witb bis lire's blood, he
said, his hearth and home, and all
that was dear to him, and to resist
the intrusion of all outsiders on the
the sacred soil of the place. Tho
-pcech had the desired effect in firing
the mob. A Kock Islander replied that
all were Illinois citizens, and
they all had rights anywhere
on Illinois soil as long as
they were molesting no one.
William Jackson spoke counseling
order and urging the citizens of Bock
Island to make no show of violence,
no matter what the attitude of any
one elsf. The Bock Islanders,
proved self-possessed and de
spite the trying circumstances
in which they were placed
they only showed fight when driv
en to it. They defended them
selves and had succeeded in routing
the rioters every time they rushed
upon them and in clearing the street
and making way to the building and
in getting the property which be
long here out. In fact the Bock Isl
anders were masters of the situation
up to the time the arms were re
ceived from the Iowa side of the
Wtrs Oa to It.
A secret session of Fulton's inner
combination of men who have banded
themselves together to role or ruin
the order of the Modern Woodmen
of America was held yesterday after
noon in the law efflce of C. C. Mc
Mahon there. The began to assem
ble about 2 o'clock, and remained in
session fully two hours. The names
of those present were: Lawyers An
drews and McMabon, Mayor gchwab.
City Marshal Bennett. George B.
Bobinson. A. D Mitchell, John Pow.
ells, peorge S. Sardam. L. G. Blaine,
Peter Uaisen, Harry Noble, Frank
N. Dana. T. A. Hardin. F. K. Bs
tisn and Anthony W. Bastian. The
fact that this meeting was held.
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gaining the information as to the
starting the train, and that the
meeting determined upon the course
of action to be pursued.
EXOITEMEST I If BOCK ISLAND.
A Taoasandl Paopia Ear s So e the
When the news began to come in
from Fulton, excitement in Bock Isl
and was at fever beat. The street
in front of The Argus office where
reports were beiug received from the
seat of war was jammed with people
in a short time, and by 8 o'clock ful
ly a thonsand had assembled eager
and anxious to go to the assistance of
their , fellow citizens at Fulton.
Mayor Med 111 was in charge of the
situation and was in earnest consul
tation with other representative citi
zens devising any possible means
that m'ght be provided for extend
ing to those who were fighting the
battle at Fulton the relief that was
necessary. The mayor put himself
in communication with tbeC, B. &
Q. road, and was soon given the as
surance of another special if desired.
Cheers went np from a thonsand
throats in the street upon the an
nouncement of the possibility
of a relief expedition, but
while awaiting advices from
Fulton and Clinton came a
dispatch to Msj C. W. Hawes from
Morrison announcing the granting of
another injunction. With this
knowledge it was readily determined
that a second special would be use
less if in defiance of law. . The Bock
Island people had gone to Fulton
without unlawful purpose, in the
furtherance of an aim to bring to
this city the property that right
fully belongs here. They went
after they were satisfied that
every means of law that had
stood out against - them had
been removed. There was even
no disposition to steal a march or to
resort to cr rely upon strategy, and
many plans of such a nature which
had been considered were abandoned
during the day. those in charge of the
plans and expedition aftor receiving
the news of Judge Gest's dissolution
of the injunction coupled with the
assurance that the Whiteside mas
ter had denied another injunction,
feeling that there was no
reason to believe that there
could be any obstacle thrown
in the way of the removal. The
Bock Islanders conseqnently were
not in any wny prepared for trouble,
and at Fulton they defended their
rights. They did this, however,
courageousiy " and manfully. They
could not cope with hoodlums and
when mischief and destruction broke
loose, when tracks were torn up and
riot became rampant the people from
Bock Island were overcome, not so
much by numbers as the spirit of
lawlessness led by the Whiteside
supposed officers of the law.
The Departcrd of the Hpeclal.
The special was 15 minutes late in
getting out of Bock Island, and
much complaint was occasioned at
the outset by the fact that the Burl
ington road had provided insufficient
accommodations for all who desired
to go, and notwithstanding that
many whose enthusiasm and patriot
ism was unaimmed by the unfavora
ble prospects for a comfortable ride,
jutnpi-d into the box cars and were
willing to undergo amy hardship in
order to get to Fulton, there were
at least one hundred more men who
would have gone had there been a
means of conveying them. Before
the departure of the train, Mai
V es, head clerk of the order, drew
ne excursionists about him and cau
tioned them to refrain from all man
ner of violence, and to make their
sole object the bringing of the rec
ords to Kock wand, and to do so
with as little disturbance sb possi
ble. The men cheered the major's
remarks, me train was overloaded,
and the criticism that this occa
sioned of tbe road was intensified
at Fulton when the Burlington com
pany was condemned for not prompt
ly moving alter tne Bock Islanders
had the cars loaded. But Agent
Young says it was an absolute im-
possiblity to start the tram at any
time after it stopped, as apart from
the removal of the track, a section of
which was replaced to admit of the
passage of the mail and express
train, switches were turned as fast
as the passenger passed through and
an engine was brought out and
ditched on the track. The train was
effectually penned in, Mr. Young
says, irom tne outset, rne Burling'
ton road can best vindicate its post
tion by suing the lawless element up
there for damsges, and making a
few changes in its attaches in the
town of r niton. It should he sail to
Mr. Young's individual credit that
no man worked harder, not only to
overcome everv obstacle, but to in
ure success of the entire nndertak.
log, than he did
The statu r s ThlrJ Irjaacslos.
There can be no question but that
the third master in chancery injunc
tion graniea in tne neat 01 tbe ex
citement last night is illegal. The
fact that Master in Chancery James
McPherran steadfastly declined to is
sue it during the day, was evidence
of his recogniton of the responsibil
ity that such an ac; would involve to
him. Yet he finally yielded to popu
lar clamor and gave to the rioters at
Fnlton that semblance of law which
they possessed not in the early part of
tneir attack upon mose wno went to
bring the cfSce ' here, and without
wbicn they never coal a bave re
covered the Woodmen property,
The position taken by the master is
now even bolder and more audaeions
than that heretofore assumed by him
in attempting to anticipate and over
ride the ruling of the oonrt to which
as im Das at supjraioatiB, m uus ia
carried out ia' tbe purpose to show
that the Woodmen order has act held
a legal election since 1890. and that
consequently J. C. Root, A. W. Bas
tian and C W. Clendenin et al are
still the authorised executive and
administrative council of the order,
and these it will be sought to restore
Head Clerk Hawes last nio-ht an m.
moned by wire the entire executive
board of the order to mart in Rsue-
Island at once, and most of the mem
bers. Including all the directors, will
be here by tonight, it is thought.
Thia board will then dntrm!ii thai
future course, to be pursued ia de
fence oi tne order ana its interests.
That the Fnltnn nnnlawill ha fnnrrkt
to the bitter end it is hardly neces
sary to say.
Tried IM SUIessed.
This morning William McEolry
went to Fulton on behalf of Aid. W.
C. Maueker and William Boland.
who were taken before a justice of
the peace and fined 3 and costs for
misdemeanor and released. Messrs.
Maueker and Boland. accompanied
by Mr. McEniry, came to Bock Isl
and on the Milwaukee train at 11:30.
TODAY AT THE FCLTON EDO,
The Bastian 1st Gnsrf s of ska Hd
An Associated Press dispatch sent
out from Fnlton this afternoon states:
Anthony Bastian and G. W. Clen.
dennin, of Fulton, directors of the
Modem Woodmen in '90, took pos
session of Clerk Hawes' office early
this morning as directors of the or
der. 8o far no record of the decree
of Judge Gest dissolvirg the injunc
tion against the removal of the head
clerk's office has been filed at Morri
son, where the injunctions were
granted. It is claimed, therefore.
that the Injunction is still in force;
that the Fultonites were justified in
resisting the attempt of the Bock
Islanders, and that . the latter were
in contempt of court."
Now Hi r Is Wttat the Own rear 8 y s.
Springfield, Aug. 14 Gov Tan
ner received many dispatches bear
ing on the trouble at Fulton during
the night. A call for troops was
maae dv i. j. Meaui, jr., mayor of
Bock Island. The governor has
given out the following statement:
Messages led me to believe the
Bock Island people, or Woodmen,
pursued an unwise course in charter
ing the train and loading it with
Bock Island citizens and proceedicg
into Fulton with so mnch gusto and
i-how. It was calculated to create
riot. If the courts decree that the
records and books of the Modern
Woodmen belong in and shall bi re.
moved to Bock Island, the whole
power of the state is behind the
courts to enforce their deeree. But
in order to procure that power they
must prooeed in orderly, lawful and
peaceful manner. I am pleased this
morning to see that all is quiet, and
that the outcome justifies the wis
dom of my action in ref using troops "
The governor wired Mayor Medill
mis morning mat ne had instructed
the sheriff of Whiteside county to
post mm iuiiy on the situstton.
MR. BEHRENDTS IS DEAD.
Qlvea as Aatft.Mi.rara State tit to
State's Attorney Hmttr.
Frederick Behrendts, the Zama
township far mar, recently assaulted
oj x nomas uiana, oi Bapids City,
died last night.
He made an ante-mortem state
ment to State's Attorney Searle, in
which he holds Bland responsible for
his condition. Dm. nrtr snrl Rlnck
made a proposition to Behrendts
mat ne su omit to an operation; that
it was the only chance to save his
life, but he refused.
Coroner Eckhart went up today to
noia an inquest.
Bland. Dendinor hia nreli mi n a. re
hearing, is in jail in default of $5,000
Fratwrnai tribune, Notice.
At the last meeting 0f H. T.. No. 1.
the benefit certificates were ready
for delivery, but were not called for.
Since then a number have been de.
livered, but there are still a good
many awaiting delivery. We find,
after a trial, that we cannot send
them out by a clerk, as that method
is too expensive and slow. Those
who have not yet received their c r
tificates will kindly call for tbem at
the office, fourth floor of Mitchell &
Lynde building. The next meeting
of the Home Tribunal has been called
for the third Friday of August. All
are rcqaestea to De present.
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The mystery surrounding her
whereabouts for the past few
months is tnus explained by today's
Chicago Becord: - "Lottie Temple,
a young girl who came to the city
from her honue ia Bapids City. I1L,
last Janunry, was found yesterda?
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sence is thus happily cleared away
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The circumstances of her arrest and
the way she was cared for shows the
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