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THE NORFOLK FRIDAY , OCTOBER 17 , 1002.
Operators' Proposition Not Sat isfactory to the Men. MITCHELL MAINTAINS SILENCE. Will Confer With Lieutenants Today I and May Submit Counter Proposl- | tlon for Strike Settlement to Prcol- j dent Roosevelt. Wllkesbarro , Pa , Oct. 1G. From a thorough canvass of the situation as It exists today , thcro Is every Indlcat- tlon that the new arbitration plan pro posed by the presidents of the coal companies for ending the miners' strike will not bo accepted In Its pres ent form. There IB a division of opin ion among the strikers , but there lane no doubt that a majority feel that the offer to have the president of the Unit ed States select an arbitration com mission along the lines suggested by the operators Is not fair and that It unduly limits the president In making up the board. The minors , It Is safe to eay , will abide the advlco of their na tional president , In whoso Judgment they have the utmost confidence. President Mitchell declines to say how he personally looks upon the proposition , but ho gave to the press the following statement : Mltchell'o Statement. "I fully appreciate with what anx iety the people of our country are waiting the end of the coal strike. The coal operators have not addressed the miners' union or its officers in making their public statement. It Is therefore impossible for me to state the attitude of the miners at this time. I am now , as I have always been , deep ly solicitous of the Interests of the public and the welfare of the mine workers who have been on strike for the past five months. A formal state ment defining our position and inten tions will be issued Just as soon as we are in possession of the full mean ing of the proposition of the oper ators. " This statement was mode by him after the correspondents , representing newspapers all over the country , called on him in a body and Informed him that the general public desired to have an answer to the proposition of the operators. After giving it ho was asked many questions regarding the attitude of the men and the probabil ity of the acceptance or rejection oi the new offer , but he had no reply to make to any of these questions. His attention was called to the fact that most of the Information from Wash ington indicated that the proposition would bo accepted and that the strike was near an end , but he stoutly main talncd that neither his officers nor rank and file of the men had done any thing to cause such an impression to go out. out.Not Not Dealing In Gold Bricks. \ The district presidents also main tain silence as to their personal opln 4 ion on the proposition , excepting Pres 4V ident Fahey , who gave an inkling as to how he viewed the new turn of af fairs. In reply to a query , he said : "The strike cannot bo settled with out the consent of the men. We are not dealing In gold bricks of any kind ; and you can make any deduction from "hi this that you want. " There will bo a conference today between Mr. Mitchell , the throe dis trict presidents and Secretary-Treas urer Wilson. It Is fully expected tha' ' the sentiment of all the strikers wil bo known today and that action wil be taken accordingly. There is talk of a convention being called , but there is nothing definite on which to base thin talk. When Mr. Mitchell was asked if ho and the district officers had power to end tae strike , he sale that it is a rule of the organization that no settlement can be made by the officers of the union without the con sent of a dclogato convention. It is practically certain that Mr. Mitchell's advice will be followed in the confer ence. While ho has not said a word as to what ho will do , It is freely pre dicted by these who understand the situation that ho will advise a refusal of the proposition. The rank and file of the miners view the new proposal in different lights. Those who are opposed to ac ceptlng the new offer , look upon the operators' latest move as a counter proposition to Mr. Mitchell's offer to arbitrate , made in the temporary white house at Washington. They compare the two offers and pick out what they allege to be many flaws Their greatest objection to It is that the operators dictate to the preslden as to from what class of men ho shal select the arbitrators , and they charge the operators with lack of faith In the president when they do not give him a free hand to pick the men ho wants The arbitration talk has acted as a check upon the movement of men returning turning to work. The prospect for a coal supply to meet the rapidly approaching preaching cold weather is by no means bright If the minors should accept the arbitration plan of tha operators it would take at least two weeks be- fora the details of sending them back could bo worked out As the outlook for arbitration Is rather dark , it can safely be said that thorn will bo little more coal on the market for some time to come than there Is at present Ex-Governor Drake's Condition Serious Centervllle , la * Oct. IB. Genera Drakes condition continues to grovr worse. Pleurisy troubles htm and he Is threatened with pneumonia. He baa ono rib broken and another torn loose Ho is also suffering from his old fall Conditions are no\r regarded as > alarming. US2 DYNAMITE AY C ' RATOQA. Strike Situation Is Critical Median * Icsvllle Fears Riot. Saratoga , N. Y. , Oct. IB. The mo- tormtm's strike on the Hudson Valley railroad Is assuming a more threaten ing form. Dynnmlto was used In Sara toga Springs last night nnd n riot is feared at Mochanlcsvlllo. A trolley car passing near the trolley station of South Broadway was partly wrecked by dynamlto that had boon placed on the track. The car windows wore broken , the track torn up and ho windows of a nearby saloon shat tered , but no ono was Injured. Major Andrews of the Sooond regi ment , on strike duty at Mechanics- vlllo , was officially notified by Village President Plnnegan of Mechanlcsvlllo that ho had sworn In a largo force of deputies and proponed to arrest and lock up every National Guardsman doing patrol duty In Mechanlcsvlllo. As the Second regiment Is doing strike duty by orders from Governor Odell , any attempt on the part of Mr. Flnnogan to carry out his threat may load to serious consequences. OPERATORS HOLD A MEETING. Maunfacturers Submit a Plan to Settle the Coal Strike. Now York , Oct. 15. The regular weekly meeting of the coal operators yesterday was preceded by a confer ence with a committee of the National Association of Manufacturers , nnd at the conference the sallunt points of a plan to settle the anthracite coal strike were submitted by the manufacturers. The operators will consider the plan while the mlno workers are reaching a conclusion In regard to the pro posal of arbitration submitted to President Roosevelt , at Washington , Monday. A member of the manufact urers said that he know the associa tion's plan would bo acceptable to Mr. Mitchell. The same member of the committee said that the manufact urers' plan would be considered by the operators if the mlno workers re ject the plan submitted to the presi dent Monday. Row 'Over Colonist Rates , Chicago , Oct. 15. The substltuta proposition for low one-way colonist rates has been voted down by ern Passenger association roads. The Santa Fe and Rock Island , however , gave notice at once of their intention to take Independent action In putting the rates Into effect to points in thg southwest. Considerable surprise and disappointment has been caused to competitors of the Chicago and Northwestern by that line giving sim ilar notice that it would put the rates Into effect to points in South Dakota and Nebraska. Small Riot at Scranton. Scranton , Oct. 15. Only ono call was made on the soldiers in these parts yesterday. A crowd of boys playing football near the Diamond col llery gave up their sport for the more fashionable pastime of stoning a non unionist. Deputies came to the scene and fired shots from Winchesters , but the boys and hundreds of others who had como upon the scene gave battle with stones. A detachment of the Twelfth regiment soon appeared ant. the crowd dispersed. Pressmen's Strike Is Settled. New York , Oct. 15. A settlement was reached of the- strike of union pressmen and press feeders employee in the big job printing houses in this city. It Is understood the demands of the strikers , who numbered nearly 2,000 , were granted in regard to an Increase of wages , but that nonunion mon now at work will be retained and given an opportunity to join the union Find Dead Body on Railroad. Geneva , Neb. , Oct. 15. The dead body of Andy Svoc was found on tha railroad near Mllllgan yesterday. SPARKS FROM THE WIRES. The Vermont legislature Tuesday re-elected W. P. Dillingham senator. A discovery of gold was made while excavating for the federal building at Butte , Mont. The collapse of the roof of a mine at Lobo , Spain , has resulted in the death of seven persons. Dr. Francis L. Patton was formally elected president of the Princeton Theological seminary Tuesday. Speaker Henderson , accompanied by his wlfo and daughter , arrived in Washington Tuesday night from At lantlo City. The twonty-flrst meeting of the Episcopal church congress of the United States began at Albany Tues day with about 200 delegates in at tendance. Ex-Socrotary of the Treasury Fair child was knocked down by a trolley car Tuesday as ho was on his way to his offlco In Now York. His Injuries are severe but not serious. The body of Captain John Ford , late keeper of the Bar Point ( Mich. ) light ship , was found floating in tha Datrol river. He disappeared from a smal sail boat Tuesday whllo his companion was sleeping. A man who answers perfectly the description of Otto Matthcs , wanted at Staunton , 111. , on a charge of kill ing N. W. Wall on Aug. 16 , 1890 , is under arrest at Ash Fork , A. T. There /is a reward of $2,000 for Matthes. Orders have boon Issued by tha navy department directing Command er W. E. Sewell to proceed to Guam and assume the duties of commandan of the naval station at that place , ro liovlng Commander Beaten Schroeder Mrs. Ella Rlley and her son-in-law Walter W. Cowgor , charged with th ( murder of Mrs. Rlley's husband a CarbondaJo , III. , were released on bai Tuesday , having duposltod $10,000 in a bank and the bond was furnished by the bank offlcora. Storm on the Lake Proves Dis astrous to Shipping ; . WOODEN STEAMER GOES DOWN. Portion of Crew Is Adrift on Lake Erie In Open Doat Whaleback Barge Bunk In Collision With Steamer on Lake Superior Crew IB Rescued. Ashtahula , O. , Oct. 15. The wooden steamer C. H. lx > chwood foundered In a Rtorm about fifteen mlloa off this ? ort last night. The captain and crow list before the stenmurvout down , succeded In launching two boats Ono of the boats , containing the cap tain , Wtt' picked up near the harbor. The other boat has not yet boon hoard from. Tugs and llfo eavors nro searching for the missing boat , which contiilnoil ten members of the crow. The Lockwood , after holng storm- tossed throughout the day , sprang a louk and began to settle shortly before dark last night. Nineteen pornona wcro on board. A yal l boat and n life boat worts successfully launched. Cap tain C. Snph and his wlfo , a woman passenger and six members of the crow were In the yawl bout , whllo the llfo boat carried First Mate John Fritz and nine of the crow. The steamer went down soon after the small boats were launched. A tor- riflc sen wan rolling and It was necessary sary to ball water from the yawl bout constantly to keep afloat. To add to the misfortunes of thono In the cap tain's yawl , ono of the two oars In the boats was lost soon after It was launched. A seaman was thrown over board by the violence of the storm , but was later rescued. Finally a shawl was Improvised as a sail and the llttlo craft slowly headed toward this port. Sault Sto. Marie , Mich. , Oct. IB. Whaleback barge 129 , owned by the Unltod States Stool corporation , was sunk by collision with the steamer Maunola , in the gale on L.ako Superior yesterday. The crow was nil rescued by the steamer Ando. The whalebach went down In deep water and Is a to tal loss. The lost barge was valued at $ (50,000. ( It had on board some 2,300 tons of ore , worth $10,000. AGED MEN ROUT ROBBERS. Three Brothers KIM Burglars and Save Their Cash. Cleveland , Oct. IB. In a farm houst two miles from the village of Roches ter , In Loraln county , a torrlblo battle was fought last night between threa aged men named Mench and six dcs perato robbers. As the result of the battle , two robbers wore shot to death , ono probably fatally wounded and two of the Meach boys were badly beaten There are three of the Meach boys , Loren , nearly eighty years ; John , about seventy , and Jarvls , aged sixty flvo. The old men are said to bo rich While John was In the barn , ho waa surrounded by three robbers and bound. Going to the house , they knocked Jarvls Meach Into Insensibil ity. John Meach worked himself loose from his bonds , however , and , secur Ing a shotgun , cautiously stole upon the three burglars who wore working on the safo. He shot two of them to death and fatally wonndod the third man. The three companions of tha men , who were watching the house , realizing their danger , Immediately got away. Ground to Death In Flywheel. Indianapolis , Oct. 15. Edward C Morlatt , a machinist at the Atkins saw works , while repairing a belt In the engine room of the plant yesterday afternoon , was caught In the belting , drawn over the large pulley wheel and thrown Into the rapidly revolving fly wheel on the mammoth engine be neath and ground to death. A brother and fellow workman , Robert Morlatt , In an attempt to save him from what he know was instant death , clutched him as ho fell and was also drawn down into the engine. He was terri bly mangled , both arms being broken in several places and his right foot literally jerked off. He will dlo. Dying Engineer Sticks to Post. Sioux Falls , S. D. , Oct 15. After be ing stricken with apoplexy Engineer Chauncey J. Fox of the Rock Island ran a passenger train from a point a mile out safely to Sioux Falls dapot bafore ho collapsed. After being stricken ho was dazed and could scarcely retain his seat In the cab , but stuck to his post with heroic devo tlon until his destination was reached and the train was safo. Fox died In the city hospital last night. The fam ily lives at Ksthervllle , la. Campers Murdered at De Goto. Do Soto , Mo. , Oct 15. An unldcntl fled man , ono of four men who have been camping near this city , waa killed yesterday and two of his com panions have been arrested on suspic ion. The fourth man escaped. Threa shots had been fired into the man's head , apparently at close range. Th dead man was known as "Dutchlo.1 The prisoners refuse to talk. Falls to Death In Elevator Shaft. St. Louis , Oct. 16. John L. Young a local newspaper man , was killed shortly before midnight by falllni down the elevator shaft at the Plant ers hotel. In waiting for the elevator ho accidentally pushed against th safety grating , which opened , and'he foil three stories , dying instantly. Mexico Must Pay Money. The Hague , Oct. 15. The arbltra. tlon court In the Plus fund case has condemned Moxlco to pay the United Statoa $1,820,000 In Mexican currency. cHenirr ELUDES MOO. RCSOIIB to Many I\U UB to buvo Ncnro From Lynching , Shreveport , l.a. , Oct. 15. Hhorlft J j..1. . . .ptd.i y ot A'llCin'.dodlOH count- , TOMIH , plucud In Jull hmo .liuiios llticimiuui , tuilf-cnnfuHHcd imitduiur ot thu 11 lolin family , for whom u mob of sovurul thoumuid pormms huu boon looking for two days. In order to uluilo the mob the sher iff's pOBBo wcro compollcd to resort to iininy BuUtorfuKca , and during thnlr Journey to this city two deputies com pelled n party of twunty-tlvu mon to lay down thnlr arms. Uiicluuiunvan uuptured In a Hwanip near Nncog. doohos. Mobs had Kuthorud at Tunnlia , Apploby , Nncoidochua ; ami other piaccH , ami to throw the mob at Nacocdochus off the tu'unt tha nhorlff sent the negro ahond with Deputy Matthews - thows , whllo ho hlniHulf took a train with his other companions Matthews was Instructed to watch for the train. Tha plan miscarried , however , an n mob saw Matthews and ho was compelled - polled to hid * In the woods with his prisoner. Moan w hi I o , the crowd , bo- Moving the negro to bo with Sheriff Spradloy , wus after that official. At Apploby the trains passed nnd Sprad loy and hln men got aboard the wcttt- boiiml train as a > ruse. The crowd Im mediately Rwarmnd aboard and then Spnidloy and his mon slipped on the eastbound train , and were greatly re lieved when they met Matthews and his prisoner at IxiBansport , La. The man waa brought to Shreveport In safety. All sorts of rumors are rlfo. A crowd began gathering around the parish prison In which Buchanan was hold. There was no demonstra tion , but Sheriff Spradloy spirited the negro away from the Jail and put him aboard the westbound Texas and Pa- clflc train. The negro Is now on hla way to Husk , to bo placed In the peni tentiary. VENEZUELA'S FATE IN BALANCE. Castro Is Hard Pressed and Federal Capital Is on Wheels. Wlllemstad , Oct. 15. The latest news from La Victoria , Venezuela , where an Important engagement be gan Monday between the army of Pres ident Castio and the forces command * ed by Generals Mates , Mendoza , Pore- loza and Rlora , states that President Caatro was surrounded by revolution ists and that his position was critical. The government of Venezuela , owing to the fear that the revolutionists might make a night attack on Caracas and In view ot the fact that Vice Presi dent Gomez left that city yostarday , with all troops available , 800 mon , to reinforce President Castro , has boon transferred to the "provisional capital" of Venezuela , In the Guaxpuro district , without any town or village bolnn stipulated as the headquarters of tha ministers. Consequently the seat of the gov ernment may be In a railroad oar or In some ether plnco unknown to the gen eral public. The Venezuelan govern ment was also actuated In this matter by a deslro not to reply to the ques tions of the foreign ministers , who have boon dally asking for redress as the result of Injuries Inflicted on tha persons or properties of citizens of the countries which they represent. Stock Jobbing Suit Albany , Oct. 15. Whether or not It is lawful to furnish exclusive and ad vance news on stock quotations will be passed upon by the court of ap peals. James N. Veagoy of Cincin nati appeals to secure payment of hla share of $1,000,000 from the former New York Stock exchange firm of Henry Allen & Co. Vcagey was tha Instigator of the congressional Investi gation of the whisky combine , which resulted in that corporation's dissolu tion. He alleges that ho furnished ad vance Information to Allen & Co. oi the proposed dissolution , so that the firm made a profit of $1,000,000 by sell ing the shores of the combine "short. " This profit was to bo divided and he , not having received his share ; sues to recover. The lower courts have al- recover. Women Missionaries Meet. Kansas City , Oct. 15. Delegates from every portion of the United States are here to attend the twenty- first annual sasston of the national board of managers of the Woman's Foreign Missionary society of the Methodist church , whose deliberations began today and will occupy an entire week. A notable event will bo a din ner given to Mrs. Clinton B. Flske of Now York , president of the national board , tomorrow evening , at the Flske training school , Kansas City , Kan. This school Is named for Mrs. Flsko and maintained by the board. German Gunners on Padllla. Panama. , Oct. 15. It Is reported that General Herrera has several Ger man officers on board the revolution ary gunboat Padllla acting as gunners 80 , it is pointed out here , Americans coming to Colombia with the govern * mcnt's armed steamer Bogota , which sailed from San Francisco Oct 7 , will have a chance to show their superior * ity back of the guns against their German rivals. P. D. Ludd , an Amor- lean who fought in Cuba as captain of tha Sixth company of Missouri vol unteers , joined the Colombian army yesterday. Smuggled Opium to Convicts. Lincoln , Oct. 15. Harry A. Harris , carpenter at th stateponltentlary , was arrested yesterday on a charge of smuggling opium to the prisoners. The practice has been going on for a long time. The convicts were occa sionally stupeflod and the prison offi cial * could not account for It A largo quantity of the drug was found In their possession yostarday , and after an Investigation by Governor fcuvasro. U&rrls WM placed in custody , Roosevelt Will Recommend Permanent Board. SPEAKS FOR THE PRESIDENT. Postmaster General Payne Says Com mission Would Save Time and En able Needed Revisions to Be Quick * ly Made by National Executive. Mllwiiuhcu , Oft. 15. 1'ont master Gonmal llonry U. 1'ayno , In an Inter view , mi Id that thu torllicomliiK annual IIUIUHIVCO of 1'iesldent Hoonevi'lt to uoiiKruHA would probably recommend that u permanent tat Iff cotnmlHHlon bo appointed. "Tho pnmliU-nt's vlowu In regard to the rovlrtlon of the tariff nro mibatan- Daily the Htunu as those ilv ; n by Sen utor Spoouor In Ula Hpeech hole , " mild Mr. Payno. "llu will piolmhly favor n reduction of Impost duties upon prod tU'tii which no loiiKor need pi eduction. Ho In ahio Inclined to favor the crea tion of a permanent tariff oominlH- slot ) , which can at nil times receive tostlinnny subject to nxpurt cnnuldura tlon nnd the varying IntereHtu of pie durtton and trade , mihinlttltiK Its reports ports nnd rorommemlntloiiH to con- gross. This will Inmiro the thor ough and careful compilation nf all Information accessible and will sava to congroHHloiml committee * ) a vattt amount of labor. "Slncn the adjournment of con grcnu overwhelming nuinlfcRtatlotin that the people favor reciprocity with Cuba Indicate that the opposition to that measure him faded nwny and that congress will at nn early day redeem the pludgo made by Proiildont McKInley loy for reciprocity with Cuba. " CLEVELAND GIVES VIEWS. Says Tariff Is the Great loouo Before the American People. Now York , Oct. 15. When asked for his vlows In regard to tlio outlook for nnd the duty of thu Democracy In the approaching congressional elec tions , ex-PruHldent Orovur Cluvulaud said : "It seems to mo that the Democracy cannot fall largely to Increase Its representation In the next congress ; but In order to do so , I think that thora must bo a constant and stalwart In slstonco upon the things which arc rocognlzod by all to bo true Democrat ic doctrines. Of course , by far tha most Important of thcso Is tariff re form. On this Issue I am satisfied that the Democracy Is face to faca with a great opportunity. All of the signs of the times point to a rccognl tlon , far beyond nil party lines , of the benefits which would accrue to tha people by a readjustment of the tariff and It would bo worse than folly for the party , under stress of any tompta tlon or yielding to any alluroinont , to permit this to be subordinated to oi overshadowed by any other IHBIIO. " Senator Nelson Pumps Handcar. Duluth , Oct. 15. United States Sen ator Nelson pumped a hamkur live miles yesterday afternoon In order to make connections with n tialn foi Two Harborn , where ho was- billed to npeak last night. The senator had been at Hlbblng and left thcro short ly after noon. When five miles from Wolff Junction , the train ran Into a wreck and thlncs looked dubious for keeping his engagement. Directly ho espied a handcar beyond the wrecl < and after making a dlckor for Its UHP , he jumped on and propelled himself to the junction , reaching there just In time to make connections. Uhlman Succeeds Mllllman. St. Joseph , Mo , Oct. 15. The man agement of the St. Joseph and Grand Island railway announced yesterday that F. C. Uhlman had been selected as auditor of the road , to take the place made- vacant by the resignation of H. W. Mllllman. If the road Is sold to the Union Pacific no official here la Aware of the fact from competent au thority. The annual election of di rectors and other officers will bo held next week , at which time , General Manager DuPuy said , the announce ment would be made of a change If , In fact , any change at all Is to bo made Criminals Almost Escape. Aberdeen , S. D. , Oct. 15. S vera criminals confined In the county jal made a desperate attempt to escape last night They had worked a hole through the brick walls In the corrl dor nearly largo enotjuh to craw through when discovered. An alarm given by outsiders nanrowly prevented a wholesale jail delivery. Two of tha nrlsoners are desnorato characters. Implicated In holding up and shooting a man last summer. 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