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I -IP v TRAIN ROBBERS. Another Express Holdup Occurs Two Idles From St. Joseph, Missouri, Fire lien Were Concerned In II and Did the Work I& Approved Style* It Is Stated, as Usual, That the •mount of Money Secured Was Small. ST. JOSXPH, MO., Jan. 10.—This eity tee been the scene of another train rob bery. Five masked men held np the train on the Kansas City, St. Joseph and Council Bluffs road, at an early hour. Che entire contents of the safe in the ex press car was secured by the robbers. 3fo one was injured. The robbers could not all be described, -but are supposed to be the same gang feat held up and robbed the Chicago last train, the Eli, on the Hannibal, just week ago. Two of the men answer the description given of two of the Eli robbers. The scene of the robbery was what Is known ss Boy's branch, two miles north of this city, and is the sanie place where the attempt was made to hold np at train on Sept. 25 last, when the two men were killed and for which crime another was sent to the penitentiary. The train left the Francis street depot at lt:80 o'clock in charge of Conductor Haywood and Engineer Ed Davis. When the train reached Roy's branch, a torpedo exploded under the wheels of the engine and a red lantern was swung across the track. The engineer put on the air brakes and the train slowed up, coming to a standstill at almost exactly the same spot on which the dummy train stood on the night of Sept. 25. The train ran past the place where the robbers intended it should stop, and the men were left behind the engine. •Shortly after the stop had been made, however, a man came running out of the brash alongside the track and covering the engineer and fireman wtib r*v*4 rer, skouted: "Xfeaaw mt» vo** hands." Henriettas, Silk Warp in colors, Bedford Cord, Sebastapool, Storm Serges, Ladies' cloth in colors Camel's Hair in stripes, plaid and checks, Cashmeres, white Goods, 4, large line of Imported Dress Goods, Ginghams, Calicos, JL :IEII u-i urat-r^i Engineer Davis and Fiiuiiiwit li.xtei to step down from the cab. tnd, aa taey WcTd covered with a revo.vtu: in eacu hand of the masked men, thvy readily complied. While thin was ocourring four other men came running up from the rear of the tr.ua toward the engine, all the time tiring their revolvers in the air and shouting at the top of their voices to the pas sengers, telling them to keep their heads inside the cars or they would be hurt. The five men then inarched the engir*. eer and fireman back to the express cars, and one of the robbers pounded on the door of tike express car and told the messenger to open it. This was done. As soon as the messenger showed bis head he was covered with revolvers and told to stand back away from the door. Than three of the robbers forced the engineer and fireman in ahead of them and entered the car. The contents of the safe were dropped into a bag which one of the robbers car ried. The trainmen were then marched back along the side of the train and with the usual warning the robbers baoked into the darkness of the gorge and dis appeared. No estimate of t' e amonnt secured by the robbers can be obtained yet.' Ex press Messenger Baxter said that he thought the amount waa small. "The robbers did not get enough to pay their livery bill this trip, I think," said Baggageman Skinner. "I do not know the amount of money and valua bles in the safe, but the amonnt was •mall." Slight DtflmaM of Opinion. The superintendent of Adams Express company said that the amount secured by the outlaws would not exceed $500. An official of the railroad said the amount was nearer $50,000, as the train robbed always left here with a full Ejftfe. Chicago Maa laMdtd. PORT HURON, Mich., Jan. 19.—H. B. F. Odell, a real estate dealer of Chicago, committed suicide at the Huron House by taking chloroform and prusaic acid some time between midnight and 7 a. m. No cause is known. He left a tele gram addressed to W. H. Thomas, Oshawa, Ont., reading: "Mr. Odsll died here suddenly last night. Come at onoe. Answer." Ba-Ooagreesuaa Moth well .1ylpi Mo&ERLY, Mo., Jan. 19.—Ex-Congress man Gh F. fiothweU, died at hit home In fell «ilr atl 0*4|sika. ia.ui4lahet«a E S A I S E 9 i A I S O N S O U A K A K Y A N U A Y 1 9 1 8 9 4 FITZ6ER AL9 vm iv w v%' M'v tw% 100K IT THESE GREAT BARGAINS! GIGANTIC STBIKE. Secretary McBride Says All the Coal Miners In the Country Are Likely toQoit In Order to Compel the Payment by the Operator* of Living Wages. He Says They Are Much Encouraged by the Snccess of the Big Strike In England. coal miners' strike in everv state in the Union within a few mon^ks. Mr. Mc-1 Bride said the miners were stimulated by the success of the big coal miners' strike in England recently, and at some day in the near future every miner in the United States would quit work and remain out until they were assured liv ing wages. In every mining state in the Union dissatisfaction prevails. The officers of the United Mine Workers' union have abandoned the idea of secur ing justice from the employers by fight ing in districts, and plans for a general strike which will involve 280,000 bituminous miners are now being con sidered. "Things are in such shape," said Mr. McBride, "that the miners of the whole country- must quit work and strike together. WIU M» STOP. Matlosal Dairy Union Booad to Sapyroas Counterfeits of Tkelr Proluets. CHICAGO, Jan. 19.—The dairy men who have been in session here far .three days adjourned, after having perfected the organization of the National Dairy union. In his closing address, President Horr said: "We will never stop until we have oompelled, if we cannot persuade con gress and our state legislatures o put a stop to the sale of oleomargarine and other counterfeits, made in imitation of butter." It was decided, previous to the ad journment, that the executive staff of the union attend a meeting of dairy men to be held at Cleveland next month. with a Viaw •Vvv: /./• ot mntrngivm "Will Meet all Competition More than Half Way. iods Which Flannels, Cotton Flannels, I I Carpets and Rugs, All One-Third Off. Our Dress Goods are Fine. Late Styles and Shades CLOWS FIFTY N«T$ IS T«f M.LW Do not delay, but come at once. This great DISCOUNT sale will last THREE days. CASH must accompany all orders. PITTSBURG, Jan. 19.—National Secre tary Patrick McBride of the United Mine Workers' union says he expects a principal and interest of $100,000, which ot that meeting in th? intended move ment for anti-oleomargarine legislation. resolution was adopted asking con gress to place the same license tax up on all cheese not the legitimate produot of the dairy, as upon oleo. USINI SUIT. a Vor- The Jnvy Cun* Into Coart With diet, But Woro Sent Booh. CHICAGO, Jan. 19.—In the suit of H. H. Porter against ex-Senater D. M. Sabin, in the United States court, the jury earn® into court with a verdict in faVor of Porter for $180,618. The de fendant aeked for a poll of the jury and two members said they had not agreed on the vwdict. Judge Grosseup sent them baok to deliberate further. The verdiet of $180,616 represents the Porter invested with Senator Sabin in an enterprise which failed. Porter brought suit claiming Sabin was responsible for his loss. After a lengthy deliberation the jury again appeared and announced that it waa unable to agree, and waa discharged by Judge Grosscup. CTT&OBADO SBRATB CCHBXB. Dismiss Blame All Employes and Go Without Adjourning. DKNTXK, Jan. 19.—The senate major ity in eaucus is considering the proposi tion providing for the dismissal of every officer and employe of the senate and then take an adjournment for one day. Every member is then to gp home and not return. i Should this resolution pass it will leave the governor without any official to call the senate together or arreet the members on a writ of attachment and will be the means of compelling the house to adjourn. CB1W RKSCUKD. to H»v« Boon Last AN L*ad*d ot Hall tax. GLOUCESTER, Mass., Jan. 1#.—A dis patch just recti vod here says that the crew of the schooner Maggio E. Wells, reported in a sinking condition by the steamship Amsterdam at New York, has been rescued by the schooner Mag nttliffl ^nd lauded at Halifax. v ta4|«M Murderer*. HILLRBOKO, N. D., Jan. 19.-The grand jury found four indictments against Lowe and Kelly, the Paulson mwrderers, two for murder jointly and *e aa*t «ratiM separately and two for burglary jointly 4 a r\ elvets, Silks, Ribbons, Dress Trimmings, Outings in all colors, Domestics, Notions, Buttons, ats and Caps, Gloves and Mittens, Lace Curtains, hots and Shoes, J. J. FITZGERALD. Won by Winnipeg. ST. PAUL, Jan. 10.—The Dunbar rink of Winnipeg won the first game in the Northwestern Curling Association bon spiel, defeating the Nettletona by a •core of 17 to 10. Other games resulted: ®t. Paul (Scott rink) 81, Waupaca 18 Cambria 16, Milwaukee 14 Winnipeg (Kelly) 19, St. Paul (Erwin) 15 St. Paul (McCulloch) lb, Morden 10. Hum Mm Arrt*(«d. PrrT8»UBO, Jan. 19.—Detectivas Shor# and McTighe of the Pittsburg police de partment hat# left for Philadelphia to get Lew Ludlow and Joe Howell, well known bunco men. They are wanted here for bunoolng George Traoger of Greenaburg out of $3,800 last October. They are also wanted for swindling Coiden of Brooklyn oat of ft,Mi. JUMPED PBOM TBI TB1IK. Tho Moor hood Buk Bobber Trios tho G*m« aid le 8oriouljr Hart. MOKTAOSS, Minn., Jan. 19.—8. L. Copeland, the man who figured conspic uously in the bank robbery at Moor head, Minn., while on his way to Still Water under the custody of the sheriff and his deputy, jumped from a train about one-half mile west of here, break ing his collar bone and sustaining other injuries more or less severe. He arrived here shortly after the departure of the train in a pitiable state, gave himself up and engaged a livery rig to take him to Delano for surgical treatment. When About half way between Montrose and Delano he was intercepted by the sheriff And his posse, who again took posses sion of him, they having stopped off at Delano and come back in pursuit. TWUNTY YKARS KACH. Three Illinois Train Kobbors Plead Gnilty •ad Ke««l»8 teatmco. SALEM. Ills., Jan.. 19. —The three train robbers, Hardin, Jone* and O'Dwyer, who held up an Illinois Central tr»in in tins city Sept. were sentenced by Judj. Hutroughs to serve terms of U0 ye..r» each in the penitentiary at Ches ter. All three entered pleas of guilty. Will Hold o Honsplel. PqBtaue, Wis.. Jau. 19.—The Port al Curling club has completed arrange ment# to hold a bonspiel hero during the week of Feb. 6. Rinks from Minneapo lis, bt. Paul, Milwaukee and Chicago wttl to in attendance. XUegant trophies u Jkv. I E I V E E N Hosiery of all kinds, Underwear, Cheneille Curtains, •9 LATBBT MARKET PRICKS. Milwaukee Grain. Oilwaukkk. Jan. 18, lflM. WHIAT—Ntrong. No. 2 spring, «0.- No. I Nortlierb, 649%c May, ®Sc. CORN Higher. No. 4. JSfco. OATS Higher. No. 2 white, ifj M* whit*, asanas. HAKLhY— Nominal. No. *, cl^iOc. UYK-Firm. No. I. 47ffcs. S*. Pool Uniou 8took Tarte. BOUT* ST. PAUL, Jan. 1* 1834. HOGS—10c lower, but act ire: yards cleorad early to packer*. llange of prices, |5.u0cj5.l. CATiLK Quiet for la.-k of material, but good demand for fat cattle, stookers and feed ers Prime steers. 88.30^1.76: stoer*. fS 0 8.&0 prinaa owt, $2.fiOi&l.Otgood good cowa, a.60 eoiomoa to fair cowii. 1.60wfr-'.3 ii«bt reat vaivea, heavy caivf*, $3.00 »iojkar«, $ 1.50®3.*i feeders, S8JR®*.00l! balls, bUKEP Steady moderate -da »i and. Juutto&a, .HUIOe,a^.AO^.Si stook eraaaU leedera, i. iteoeiput Hog*. #7.i cattle. 75 calves, 6 MloooapolU Oraia. MitfNKAPoras. Jan. 18, law. WHEAT—January closing. M»y open lag, highest, flic. lowest. tttV4c. oloee. July opeoing, highest lowext UJc. dose On track—No. 1 hard, S-Hc No. 1 Northern. 8U94c No. Nortitero, JSC. Math Orala. DuLirra. Jaa. WHEAT -No. 1 har 1. ca.a. «1« January, 80)4c May, S4^ .luly,No. 1 Northern, cash, Jauunry, aSJ^c -ay, Jui, No. NorlUer.i, casit, 7 No. S, oSj rejected. On track. No. 1 Northern to arrw", oi^:. Cbloago Live Stock. I'HICAO i. an. 1«, 1801. ». flATTLK—Blow an-1 wea. Extra steers go 1 St i.ri.O fc*. i'» mediums, K others, $4 2 HOO -Lower. Kougii mul heavy, $4.W^3. packers au-l mixed. 5.:3$5.SO prime heavy and nutcher weights, |5.3j«»j.4a prime light. StlKiCP AND LAMBS—Top lambs, )4.50(u. 4.76 top sheep, IWeipts: Cattle, boys, 44JDU sheep, i 18.UU0. Fill sagn Oraln and Provisions. 'BICAOO, Jan. 18. im. i (XOSIKO PBICBS. ,V EAT—Steady. Cash. May «4J*o July. MHc. CORN-Stsady. Cash, 34J*c January, S4Hc May,B»H- July. H- OA11V-- ateady. Cash, Slfte January. m%c May, ^c July, POKK- tit^ady. Cash, flS.40 Janaary, May, *18 T.%. LAitD Steady. Oasb, fS.09 Jaaaarf, |T.M| May. R7U. i iUOHT May,|S.70. HI— 8«sa4r- Is—ssy. HA* 1 i VI .•1 i'. 'I V. I'jffr. i\MA'