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THX5 AH&TTS, THUBSOAY; ITEERTJAITSr 14. 1901.
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COLD DAY AT CHICAGO
So Far as City Officials Are Con
cerned for the Sunflower
BHE CALLS AT THE MA YOB'S OITICE
To Tell Him of Ilia Sins and Finds Him
Absent Same as to Po
. lice . Chief. . '
Chicago, Feb. 14. Mrs. Nation's pro
gramme here yesterday was to include
a lecture and reception at Willard hall,
a call on Mayor Harrison and Chief
Kipley and an address to saloonkeep
ers, that programme beginning at 12
noon and ending at 10 p. m., after her
lecture to saloonkeepers the feature of
the Willard hall meeting was the
crash wheil she left, which nearly car
ried her off her feet. During her ad
dress in the hall she bitterly upbraided
the C. T. U. and church members
in. general for their neglect of the peo
ple of the slums. ;They are the peo
ple I blame for their condition. They
love to talk, but it is not in their hearts
to work to work in the slums.
Advl.es the Cm or " Rocks."
"I could open the jail doors, I could
t-niash every saloon in town i I had
you," said he, extending her arms to
ward t,lie audience. "We could clean
this town, and instead of sorrows and
tears, drunkenness, the wails of home
less children, we would have joy and
gladness and happy homes. I want
every boy and girl here to get your
rocks on hand." continued Mrs. Nation.
Mingled applause and cries of "no,"
"no, came from the crowd, "les I
do," she shouted. "If your fathers
and mothers won't protect you, won't
protect the little children, get rocks
mid throw them, and break windows
and smash, smash, smash."
Mayor Exprea.es Hla Sentiments.
Leaving Willard hall there were no
policemen ttf keep back the crowds,
and Mrs. Nation, escorted by Mrs. M.
lu. Carse, of the W. C. T. IT., and sur
rounded by a cheering, shouting, strug
gling mob of men and boys, was prac
tically shoved down La Salle street for
over a block, where a cab was se
cured. When informed of Mrs. Na
tion's intention of visiting him Mayor
Harrison said: "I will not see Mrs.
Nation. 1 do not understand that the
Kansas Joint-smasher has anything of
interest to the city of Chicago to im
part, and inasmuch as 1 am a very
busy man I don't see my way clear to
listen to her. Chicago had a taste of
anarchy in the llayraarket square
some years ago, and I believe the city
cares for no more of it in the shape of
Carrie Nation and her hatchet.
The best thing Mrs. Nation can do is
to hurry back to Kansas."
COES TO CALL ON THP MAYOR,
But Naturally Find. Ill in Out, So She
Makes a Speech.
Whether Mrs. Nation kuew this or
not is not known to the writer. Bui
it made no difference if she did. As
soon as she reached the cab she said:
"Drive to Mayor Harrison's office,"
and the cab. followed by a crowd of
several hundred, drove to the city hall.
The corridors of the building, were
jammed with men. and Mrs. Nation
literally had to nght her way to Mayor
Harrison's office only to meet with dis
appointment. The mayor was a t lunch.
according to Secretary I.ahiff. ana
would not be In his office again during
the day. "I'm sorry, I wanted to open
his eyes to the evil around him, said
"Did you bring your hatchet to Chi
cago?" inquired some one.
"No. sir, snapped Mrs. nation, 'be
cause I promised not to do any smash
ing here. Hut I have promised to
come back, and If you men don't stand
by us, then look out. Don't force us
out to defend ourselves."
The mayor's waiting room by this
time was packed with loungers, poli
ticians and city hall clerks, and rrie
of "Speech," and "Talk to us, Carrie,"
went up from the crowd.
"All right. I'll talk to you men,"
cried Mrs. Nation. "Boost me up on
this counter." and Mrs. Nation was
boosted upon the counter. "Why are
you so glad to see me?" said she, smil
ing at the struggling crowd.
"Because you're a good fellow, Car-
Tie," came back.
After talking for two or three min
utes Mrs. Nation was assisted down
and started for Chief Kipley's office.
"(Jo through this way," said some one,
pointing to the corridor leading to the
county building. Mrs. Nation started
to do so, but the big iron gates were
slammed In her face 'by some uni
formed attendants, and followed by an
immense crowd she- walked down
stairs to Chief Kipley's office. Hero
she met with another disappointment.
Chief Kipley was not in his office.
That being the case she made her war
back to her cab and then drove to her
hotel, where she rested awhile.
DEPARTURE 1BOSI THE BIO TOWN.
She Promises to Go Back and Ratae Cain
if It I. Neceaaary.
Airs. Nation left Chicago for Topeka
last night. She Is under bonds to ap
pear in the Kansas capital today for
trial in connection with her operations
in that city. Before leaving Chicago
she announced that as soon as she had
"cleaned up things" at home she would
come back here, and if things were not
pioperly taken care of "by the authori
ties, she and her friends would take
matters into their own hands, and to
use her own expressions, "We will
Her meeting with the saloonkeepers.
which the announced that she -would
carry out, did not materialize, and in
default of having tbem for an audience
she went once more to the saloon. 2WJ
State street, which she visited Tues
day night, and in which her grandson
is manager, and delivered a talk to the
people she found there. Her meeting
nt Willard hall at night, which pre
ceded her visits to the saloons, was
attended by about 300 people, nearly
ail of them temperance people, who
applauded everything that she said.
During the afternoon she toos a
Tfrvkish bath -ber first one and was"
deiighted with it- She then- departed
for a-hair Uresterls on State street to
have her hair "done up." she select
ed an institution on the second floor.
with wiudows fronting on the street.
and went through the "doing Tip"
"process in full sight of hundreds of
people who blockaded the sidewalks to
get a gllmp4 of the Kansas woman
Leaving the hair dresser's, still at
tended by a crowd numbering fully
1.000 people, she started for the hotel
Before going there, however, she made
a plunge into the saloon of Harry Mi
Call, opposite the Windsor hotel, to
see how he had respected her orders
regarding the draping of a pratlally
nude rigure which stands in the win
dow. Earlier n the day she had sent
word to McCall that she wanted the
licure proierly clothed.
McCall wound a lot of pink netting
around it and hung round the neck a
card bearing the inscription: "Draped
by request of Mrs. Carrie Nation, of
Kansas." Mrs. Nation glared at the
pink-swaddled figure, gave nn indig
nant ejaculation, ami then burst into
the saloon: "Where's the man I told
about fixing up that Image?" she de
nianded. "Here 1 am," said McCall,
coming forward. '
"Well, that pink stuff won't do." de
dared Mrs. Nation vigorously. "Any
body can see right through it. "How
do you want It dressed?'' asked Mc
"I want it dressed the way -you
would have your sister dressed," was
the reply. "I'll put a Mother Hubbard
and a sun bonnet on it, said the sa
loonkeeper. "Will that do?"
"Well. I guess so," said Mrs. Nation
In dubious tones. "Yes, that II do, but
put 'em on quick." "I will," said Mc
Call. and he did.
After issuing her orders to McCall,
Mrs. Nation went. back to her hotel to
rest until the time for her evening
lecture at Willard hall.
SUSPECTS ARE BOUND OVER
Evidence Against the Men Arre.ted for the
Lata Kxpreu Kobberj,
Sioux City, la., Feb. 14. Jackson
and Stovall, charged with the United
States Express company robbery at
Manilla, la., have been bound over to
the grand jury under $5,000 bonds.
The sledge hammer and irou bar
uted by the robbers to open the safe
were positively identified by two of the
witnesses for the state as being the
property of Jackson. The testimony of
the witnesses for the state was-of a
very conclusive nature, and a chain of
circumstantial evidence has been close
ly drawn about the accused.
The state only introduced enough
evidence to wttrrant the men being
bound over, but it is said that the de
tectives who have been working upon
the case have more evidence which will
positively fasten the crime upon them.
The prisoners have been taken to Den
ison. School Principal Deatt of Smallpox.
Dodgeville; Wis., Feb. 14. W. E.
Tiffuey, principal, of the Itidgeway
schools, died Tuesday of smallpox.
Tills city still keeps a strict quaran
tine against that village, t
Kan. a. Carnation to Be an Editor.
reorla. Ills.. Feb. 14. Mrs. Carrie
Nation, the Kansas "joint" smasher,
has consented to take eharce and edit
the Peoria Journal for one dav, on
Chicago Grain and Produce.
Chicago. Feb. 13.
Following: were the quotations on the
Board of Trade todav:
Wheat Open. Hifth. Low. Close.
February ....$ .',3 $ .73 $ .T3V4 -73T8
March 73 .74 .73 .74
May 75 .76 .75 .75
February ..... ..... ..... , 3S
March 38 Vs
May 39 .39?s i .39 .39
February " 24
May 25 .25. ; .234 -2a
Pork ' f
May 14.10 14.1? 14.05 14.12Va
Lard . , .
May 7.5-Vi 7,55 7.50 7.55
May 7.07Vi 7.10 7.07 7.10'
September .. 7.17 7.20 7.17 7.20
Produce: Butter Extra creamery,
21c per lb; extra dairy. ISc: packing:
stock. llllc. Errs Fresh stock. 18c
per doz. Dressed Poultry Choice tur
keys, 9ft9VjC per lb: chickens, 88Vfcc;
ducks, 1010c: geese, 88iic. Potatoes
Fair to choice. 4042c per bushel. Ap
plesCommon to choice, $1.50(&4.GO per
brl. Cranberries Cape Cod. $7.008.00
per brl; bell and bugle. $8'.50.
Chicago Live stock.
Hogs Estimated receipts for the day.
49,000: sales ranged at J4 80fg5.2O for
pigs. $5.205.37 for light, $5.155.25 for
rough .packing. $5.205.40 for mixed,
and $5.30:5.40 for heavy packing and
shipping- lots, with the bulk of the sales
Cattle Estimated receipts for the
day, 21,000: quotatoins ranged at J5.70
6.00 for choice to extra steers, 15.20
5.60 for good to choice do., J4.605.10
fari to good do., $4.2004.65 common to
medium do.. $3.604.10 butchers' steers.
$4.405.60 fed western steers. $2.70
4.50 stockers and feeders. $1.754.40
cows, $2.75(g'4.50 heifers. $2.504.25 bulls
and oxen. $3.754.50 stags. $3.604.65
Texas steer?, and $4.5006.00 veal calves.
Sheep and Lambs Estimated receipts
for the day. 17.000; quotations ranged at
$3.25(4.50 westerns, $2.754.50 natives,
Milwaukee, Feb. 13.
Wheat Quiet: No. 1 northern. 7a
76c; No. 2 northern, 71jr74c. Rye
Higher; No. 1. &ZoZic. Barley
Steady: No. 2. 59e0c", sample. 4556VjC.
Oats Steady; No. 2 whti, 2Sc.
Hay Timothy, I10fll; prairie, !atl0.
Coal $3 per to a.
Uutter Choice to fair. 18o: fresh creamery.
Hens-ftc per pound. -Spring
Chickens 6V4C per pound. ,
4c(5c: cows and heifers, 3l4c(g&4o; calves,
For lafanti and Children.
tin Kind Yea Hare Always Bought
. - - -Bears
MORE MOB LAW IN KANSAS
Saloon Totally Deinollalied by a Blob of
Men and Women.
.Wiufield, Kan., Feb. 14. A mob of
200 men and women, armed with axes,
revolvers and shotguns, totally demol
ished Schmidt's saloon, the linest in
tiii city, at an early hour yesterday
Some one lired a half dozen shots with
a shotgun .through the front door, aud
that started a general onslaught with
stones and guns on the windows and
doors. Emma lenny received a pistol
ball in her face and was slightly hurt.
Although this was an accident it
served to enrage the mob and the cru
saders swarmed into t he saloon. There
they found Charles and Henry Schmidt.
After driving them from the building
through therear door the mob created
havoc right and left.
The Schmidts ran to the front door
and attempted to defend their prop
erty. Kev. Charles I.owther prevent
ed Charles P'-h'indt from entering the
place by striking him with an ax. The
blow was a glancing one and made
only a scalp wound. As he fell to the
ground neury Schmidt made a gun
pky in defense of his brother that
nearly cost him his life. One of the
crusaders, following up the preachers
attack, had raised an ax to strike
Henry - Schmidt, when a companion
wrestled the weapon from his hands.
The Two Who Told a Story of Finding a
Dag or Gold.
Iudianapolis, Feb. 14. It is thought
by the polica.Uhat the two boys under
arrest.-at Kansas City are the ones
supposed to have robbed Fred Buech
ert of nearly $1,000 a few days ago.
Of this money over $H0O was in gold.
The boys suspected of having taken
the money are named It ice and Catt,
but their ages correspond with those
of the boys . under arrest iu Kansas
. Captain Kruger, of the local iolice
department, has sent a telegram to the
Kansas City authorities requesting
that the youngsters be held until some
thing can be learned about them. The
officers here feel satisfied that the boys
have the money taken from the home
Legislation for Wisconsin.
Madison, Wis., Feb. 14. A bill im
portant to road-making interests has
been introduced iu ihe assembly.
It proioses to do away with hav
ing several road districts in each town
and provides for the appointment of
three commissioners in each town to be
apiointed ty the town board. Other
bills presented were: Itepealing the
corrupt practices act (this because it
is iu conflict with the proposed prim
ary election law); providing a maxi
mum penalty of $100. five or niuety
days iu jail, for swearing or being dis.
orderly n a street car; providing a
tine of $500 for neglect in delivering
telegraphic messages, "mental an
guish," to lie considered; permitting
counties net having normal schools to
establish county training schools for
teachers in common schools.
Two Men for Peace.
London. Feb. 14. A special dis
patch from Cape Town says A. D.
Wolmarans, Itoer delegate to the Unit
ed States and Europe, writes from
Faris, strenuously timing the Boers to
surrender. Ilet DeWet has arrived at
Cape Town and desires the Afrikander
bund to announce clearly that the in
vaders can expect no aid from the
Cape Dutch, and Then to send a depu
tation to Steyn and General DeWet to
endeavor to prevail upon them to sur
render. Porto Ilicans for Honolulu.
San Francisco. Feb. 14. There are
now twenty-eight cars loaded with
Porto Iticans on the road to this coast.
They will, however, not be brought
to this city, but will be sent to Tort
Los Angeles, where they will take a
steamer direct to Honolulu to work on
sugar plantations. -
' WI.ron.iii Modern Woodmen
Eau Claire. Wis.. Feb. 14. The state
camp of Modern Woodmen assembled
yesterday morning with much of the
business well in hand, excepting the
burning issue of the choice of a head
physician. About 300 delegates and
other members of the order have ar
rived in the city.
International Congress of Nurses.
New York, Feb. 14. There is to be
an international congress of nurses
held in Buffalo next September during
the time of th Pan-Arueriean exposi
tion, to celebrate the new century and
to cement and strengthen national and
Two Hnndred Who Are Mistaken.
Milwaukee, Wis., Feb. 14. Over 200
people in this city who supposed them
selves divorced are married. This dis
covery was made when it was found
that in over 10O cases where divorces
have leen granted they have not been
Death of a Learned Priest,
Lincoln, Ills., Feb. 14. Iev. James
Tuohy. one of the most noted and
learned priests in central Illinois and
for more than twenty-three years pas
tor of the St. Patrick church in this
city, died Tuesday of diabetes, aged
Only the Vaccinated Escaped.
Trempealeau. Wis., Feb. 14. In the
family of Charles Church only two of
the eleven members escaped the small
pox, and these were the older children,
the only ones in the family who had
Still No Result on Senator
Lincoln, Neb., Feb. 14. Nine bal
lots without result were taken at the
Republican senatorial caucus last,
night. Eight aien bolted Tuesday and
remain out, aud there were other ab
sentees. - Boutrlle To Ite a Naval Captain.
Washington. Feb. -14. The presi
dent yesterday sent to the senate the
nomination of Charles A. Boutelle. of
Maine, to-be a captain on the retired
list of the navy.
Clothing Merchants A.lgn.
Waterloo, lud., Feb. 14. J. Lowen-
stein & Co., dry goods and clothing,
have made an assignment in favor of
creditors. Jacob Kahu, of Chicago, la
the principal creditor.
Tave Littler J. Much Woras.
SpriuBfield," Ills.. Feb. 14. The con
dition of ex-Senator Littler changed
for wurse yesterday and he Is very
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