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   Burlington Hawk-Eye (Newspaper) - April 30, 1903, Burlington, Iowa                                THE Waathers NS CHIEF IflXPflSITlOH April Bowe I KvUnllt to aeucatlr I K wu generally i train Onion uta put to avoid Just such ss siransamenU were train at Forsyte three mUes from the center of Ai JTowtoe jttnctlon he was escorted to the roads mronoa iffliKen of the national commission a reception conj eo Satea President a crowd ot were pres ia welofline tte president Into l For an hoar before the atrlvod troops ot tnllltla and of police were stationed poinf ft jtoembarktttloa to freilttat Francis seized the hand of t Roosevelt and gave him on wcloomt to Mayor others 08 the committee the tsVlhls brief and Informal recep escorted to his yor Senator Carter end Bec rjrttary accompanied the president a tie jwas at once Uia followed by People oon il along the streets wildly cbear and as they passed he continually oVlds hat Jn Xta tajl was packed when the preel ijit trrlced to address the good roads He spoke strongly in fa declaring that the the greatness ot a e the most powerful ot olden her Impreas and sneech she changed ot but plainer remind us ire ttfa Roman I to the benefits to the coun f1 illstrlcts of the tele uid rural free and Vjtli tho assertion that good toils prove the greatest benefit From the convention the president driven to Ixrals university and few minutes later with other guests to the home of President for President Cleveland arrived Meantime the dlplo corpij arrived and were escorted quarters assigned to Cleveland was greeted by President Junels and thereception committee taiA escorted through aisles formed by the crowd to his carriage and driven to the residence ot President MerePresident Roosevelt is also a Praises Work of The president spoko briefly to Car clergymen and pralsine the work they bad performed Bifl the effects which he had es pecially among the He ex jessed admiration for the grand thiUi was nearing the end as the pres This considered L me of the most arduous ordeals known i In the world of mental was per ormed by Joachim It consisted of refuting Tilth clean logic the attacks made by pro gtraiors of from the highest scmlnailes of the The i at 10 oclock this morn Ealoij of Frani The president attended the meeting I milslc nal under the auspices of jae Monument asaocia Addresstag the three thousand Wople he praised the valor of l he set a standard to we must rise in these times of At the conclusion ot the speech sir Itlte onsted In the national col on the stage bcarmg a ban Mr Wh the fought We stand by Rouse Prom hall the droie to the residence of Piesu Mhere tho president the night Tlie ceremonies ot the dedication of I begln nith the at wts and conclude C the Cordl WU1 the tbe aeOicatlou an orauonMd oc April ot St the manigers ot the worlds were given their first thit lns the remainder ot tralrs br the Unit and und gov f throuen gates a neverendinsr re no gold lace and rush Those of the multitude Jlrtio iadmade no previous arrange ment tor rooms were compelled to took for OB the hotels crowded and late arrivals had to take to the boarding Bureaus ot In provided quarters as fast as possible for all who Cnmznlm Wlth Eauil to Governor Sant of Governor Cummins of Iowa and ernor Mickey of Nebraska arrived early in the and Governor Cum mins was attended by a stafflarge enough to make up a cav Cardinal whots to deliver the invocation at the dedication cere monies arrived late last night and was driven to the residence of Archbishop whose guest be be for the remainder of the Governor Odell of York arrived this attended by Ills Following his closely special trains bearing a a provisional division of the naval mil itia and a provisional regiment of in all from New In addition to the troops from New York the following troops arrived dur ing the day One provisional regiment and officers and from Ohio four Missouri officers and men one regiment and band from SCO officers and men one regiment and band from officers and men one battalion and band from 200 officers and men one battalion and band from 200 officers and Grave of lodUn Ctalef at April president left at 10 oclock this morning over the enroute to 7Qulncy and At the station In this city Governor of bid iim and Governor Dockery of Missouri welcomed him to the state ot The party arrived at over the Rock Island road from At the station the reception consisting of city officials and prominent met theparty and escorted themto carriages In the carriage with the president was Mayor Diramond and exgovernor ofArizona and United States minister to Portugal under Mc Escorted by the old fiftieth band and six companies of the Iowa national guard the procession moved up the steep hill to Main The thor which was decorated with flags and was thronged with fully At Twelfth street tha carriages went to Band where the standing In the pit of a natural made a tenminute which was heart ily The grave of the Indian from whom this city gets Its is located here andthe carriages were baited for a fewmo ments beside his She party was then to the train and departed southward at 10 The president Awhile here given a miniature facsimile of the first American flag made by Betsy This banner Wajs oj the staja iwan iSlfiirRachael who is the 1yearold granddaughter ot Betsy on Cnrrencr at April Roosevelt stopped here forabout forty five minutes Ihls A large crowd was on hand to greet him and amid cheers he was driven to Court House where he delivered a snvi L He discussed the question of currency and said Our currency laws have been re cently Improved by speclflc declarations intended to secure permanency of val But this does not Imply that these laws may not be still further improved and It is wellnigh uni versally admitted that bur currency system is wanting i the volume does not respond to the varying needs of tha country as a nor to the varying needs of different Our people scarcely need to be reminded that grainviumuij communities require a larger volume of currency at harvest time than dur ing the summer same principle applies to every industry to every Our currency laws need such modifications as will insure the parity or every dol lar coined or Issued by the and such expansion and contraction of our currency as will promptly nnd au tomatically respond to the varying de mands cf Permanent in creases wouil be nent contraction but the ed elasticity must be brought about br provisions which both contraction and expansion us tiie vary MOUNTAIN TOP FALLS ON CITY Over One Hundred Inhabitants Crushed by Tons of FLOOD MAY COMPLETE Town of Sonthwntera Albertot byTxUoano or cne ot Entombed Allnen April Over whelmed by tons of rock this and with probably 112 its Inhabi tants the town of south western is tonight threatened with complete destruction by The Old Mans which Bows through the center of the is dammed with fallen rocks to the height of nearly 100 The of tho river are this evening dammed up for and the entire valley is A big body of vater is pressing upon the dam the only protection the town and unless the river finds another or should the dam the entire village will be swept Explosion Town to Fatt Additional details of the disaster say that the explosion occurred just as the morning light was and those awakened by the saw hurled from the top of Turtle mountain millions of tons of Immediately a rescue party started to relief of the but were unable to get into the They got near enough to de termine that not a man escaped Many were employed above ground were killed instantly while others in the workings may be alive it they have Many dwellings In the town were demolished the falling Some of the occupants escaped death but many others were It is impossible to arrive at an ao curate estimate ot the number but the latest estimate is The earth opened for threequarters of a mile and feet in width and the whole face of Turtle mountain slipped from ol Rack Still The resulting shock while demolijh ing comparatively few so shook the foundations of a majority ot dwell ings that they are unsafe to live in and hundreds of people are The railroad track for two miles more covered with ten lo forty 1 thfinbiintaln and IsJmposslble within a half mile of the mine All hope for the men In the Is It Is generally thought here the dis ruption of Turtle mountain was about by ah al though there are people who declare it was a There Is no explanation of the con tinued upheaval of Eruptive In fluences seem to center right at the crown of the The following conservative estimate of the loss of life is made wo men and children killed as they 82 miners outside 12 impris oned In Mnt Nicf Wumrn anl April A special to the Times from Vancouver says By an unexpected and unprecedented dis the town of has been plunged into There are at least 140 and further de tails may Increase the The majority of dead are women and chil At 4 oclock this after the night shift was preparing to come from either an earthquake or volcanic eruption occurred on the top of Turtle which overlooks a tremendous which awoke all the who be lieved the end of the world had The entire side of the mountain was removed by the ind mil lions of tons of rock were scattered like chaff over the Mlno buildings and entrances were buried under the pilo of debris There wus mo volcaclovE agricultural the Babcocko night at a Wisconsin years scientific world In brief It fessor weigbt of A 1 tional to practically theory of matter idea that tical rfent TMa itfg ttV pldv fctomwr ar primarily Wen Jn of ttfe elements Is to the differencewrSaelr foprofesswr ot grktltnUoC This po nation 6f thq Professor Ci Washburn pi sor BabcockV notable cohtrioul last fifty STUW l Comedlaa New the heart and on thejsta Robson was but towns In the He again Was brought to STdied was 61 years In ici playing In of the to stop and was Xniqrnauit will be at AuUbmt 3tpal General Knox Rcy of TenfijsSBe assistant attor ney general or Statel Itq succeed aIfUJbvljle 42 formerly1 Uvctt in Waahlngtqn secretary to Senator Jacli lust Ice ot the Bup JPI of of Tfalrtt Art ing heelF nf Iac several communitiejij hundreds of feet Nine houses In nnd business interests may BOARD OF TRADE to Stop Coutlituoui UofTiIo Jntl o Iu O April ot th United States district court today handed his decision In the euit brought by the of trado of Chi cago against the Consolidated Stock Exchange or Buffalo and Tho decision Is In favor of the and a motion for a temporary Injunc tion Is The plaintiff had asked for a tempo rary injunction 10 restrain tha defend ants from using continuous market quotations In this city as published on tho exchange floor in The basis of the the was a contract between the complainant and several telegraph companies and the alleged unlawful USQ by the of the quoted market The relations established by the con the decision restrict the publication by the telegraph of continuous quotations to compa nies and individuals are their pa trons and subject to certain stipulated Inflammatory RhnamntiRia William a brafceman of was confined to his bed lor several weeks with Inflammatory I used many he Finally I senttoHcCaws drug store for a bottle of Chamber lains Pain at which time I was unable to use hand or and In one weeks time was able to go to work as happy as If troubled with give Pain Balm a One relieves the For Mto bjr the villoee ucrc burit3 under the Roofs crushed in like ess aiid cveiyone lnsiic jftittntlv I H All the men at tho mine on outside jobs were instantly It is 120 men were thus al though the number is not The rctords of ofiifb and pay roll arc buried under tin immense pile of j biokon Tile twcmyclRht or thirty who worked in the shaCt are im prisoned hy the debris and arc un doubtedly It will take days to dls through the pile of and H will be Impossible to rescue It is not likely even their dead bodiej will be recovered for two or thivo No attempt to compile the list of dead has been The people of the town are panic as the mountain Is still scat tering and no one knows how coon the Disaster mhy be The uninjured inhabitants are divided between the desire to sLiy and bury the and the impulse to seek a place of safety before they are over whelmed by greater Ditncernf April la test reixirt from Prank is the threat ened flood now seems less Also that most of tiie men imprisoned in the mine got out alive by cutting their way through thirty feet of de Two died of One of the Imprisoned men oh reaching home his house destroyed and wife and six children number of dead is now placed at It is now believed the disaster was the result ofa rock slide car ried the top of the mountain into the village April identified with the IJlle collieries at wlio is la received a Imperial April human skeletons have just been found on the east side of the Salmon making eighteen fouivi to date in that part of the which Is brought under It is presumed that these persofis perishea from Many of the skeletons appear to have lain in for Fort April Labor ers grading in the vicinity of the hew sheds haveunearthed niore than a dozen presumably those of nnd flint hatchets and oddshaped pieces of tery and peculiarly shaped stones that probably were used for grinding The bones of the skeletons are larger than those of the averagesized relics are thought to be at least 200 years It is believed that the spot was once a burying DRUNKEN QUARREL WIFE Everett of Trrlnc to Act as North April Ada Cronkhlte the of Everett Morrison farmer living near Old was shot and Instantly killed last night about The fatal wound wnH Inflicted by a shot gun inthe hands ot her husband and the charge took effect just below the The tragedy was the result of i quarrel iti which the wife and her brother were was ttuid the deud woman was trying to act UH a Too much liquor seems to have been the cause of the quarrel and the husbands testimony at the coroners inquest this morning was that the shooting was PY A SECTION Kritj HHctilt In WrpcliUeiicner AftH special train on the Erie railroad containing ofllcials of the road on a tour of in spection narrowly escaped being wrecked on u curve at the Elmwood avenue crossing In the The engine vras derailed ind the occupants of the train roughly That the entire train wasnot ditched was uuo totho action of John a sec tion On a hand car manned by a was the mile posts along the road wereseveral tubs The men had an chored the car and were at worK with their whitewash brushes when the special rounded the curve and bore down on the They immediately took to the woods to escape thecolli At this juncture Long came up the and at the risk of his life ran to the hand car and tried to re move it from the He has suc ceeded in getting one truck off when the special struck Lons was thrown Into the air and landed in a tub of Uncle Reubens They may what thty but me Ive takeu all kindsof purgatives and cathartics but when it comes to one that Is easy and pleasant io mild and gentle In that makes one want an extra slice of bacon for just give me Chamberlains Stomach and Liver and you may have nil the laxative dyspepsia medi cines nnd pllla little or that Is In the Them Tablets surely do make you feel JorfuU For sale by all TO BE INSULTED Counsels Before Interstate ES ANY GOAL Intention to Frlce 10 ConU Karl mud Work Cp to Beam Control April Baei before the Interstate corn commission Investi8atinff the cool rate Be told of the pur chase of the Temple Iron upon Btaiysuggested by During t lieexamination Baer said the Idea of the sales agent was not to maintain the price at tide but to get of 10 cents per ton you nave not succeeded In re auolny the price of coal to said the replied because you and your friends have succeeded in raising wages and getting up the cost of ne cessities so that the profits are Baer said he could produce contracts between the Temple Iron company and but on the objection of coun sel toe the be declined to pro duce Is there anything In these con Shearn that would de grade and incriminate you Dvre NotlnRolt Illm In I decline to answer the be cause It is Insolent There is nothing In any contract I have ever made that makes me the criminal your client published me as being and he cannot conie Into court and Insult Y6u arer no or you wouldnt In 6nlt Sbearn asked that the witness be re but the commission declined to do empbatlcaly denied there was any pool or combination f regulate the price ot coal since be became the pteaJdent of the Reading The pttce of coal was raised 50 cents a ton because of the Increased cost of pro He said Intention Is to Increase price W cents Hikup to But be s caijnof Jthat price he Efe rni jdurhed until Tiro Moro Vile April more railroads filed answers with the In terstate commerce commission today regarding complaints in the matter of rates on grain and grain The Burlington and Qulncy denies its advances were unreasonable or con trary to The Milwaukee and Paul denies It made large ad vances In It denies its slight advances in rates from Kansas City to Chicago and were un just or that kept high local April large manufacturers and held an Indignation ing tonight and passed resolutions re senting the charges contained in the governors special message on freight rates that they have a secret under standing with the railway by which they receive especially reduced Manufacturers and shippers say they will oppose the bill because it would prove detrimental to their BOODLE PROBE Sptagfield Committee Will Submit Report to Ilotuo Explain April Inves tigating committee has completed the hearing of The lost witness was Walter of sec retary of the Municipal Voters who explained the origin of the Mueller It was he the original draft of the and he explained In detail the circumstances of Its In was asked if he had received any money from the traction company in connection with the and en tered an emphatic The report of the committee prob ably will be submitted to the house tor The members declined to dis cuss the character of Its WEDDING AROUSES Sector Who Performed Vnridorbllt Cert awny Summoned by April todays ses sion of the London diocesan conference the bishop of Right Reverend Arthur read a letter from representatives of the clergy of the diocese attention to the Van derbiitRntherford wedding and re questing him io make such reference during the conference to this scan dalous arid deplorable incident as shall serve to allay to some extent the dia traee of the feel keenly this infringement of the marriage law In the and which may also lead others to realize how serious a breach church discipline Is involved in such a Fruit as Try one of these fruit cures for your particular I am sure they are much to be preferred to doc drugs Grapes ere almost as good as quinine for malarial and pineapples are a sure cure for a sore Tomatoes are perfect liver regulates contain a very small portion of oranges act oh the kid neys very Lemons are ef ficacious In curing and preventing can cerous and waterfcresses act on the lungs and are said to be a cure talnlr have marvelous tonic refresh one after great f Lettuce If taken with V will cure tbe HARPER BarUnKton Man Selected Head of ten on at e April At the lost session or the national tionat good roads ot chairman of the committee pre sented the report of the which was The resolutions declare t That the building of good roads In the United States IB now of paramount Importance to national prosperity and commercial That we recommend the harmoni ous rooperations of the state and rational governments In the furtherance of this great That the association believes that the appropriations heretofore made for the building of railroads and canals and the improvement of rivers harbors has been wise and but that an appropriation for the im provement of our highways haa be accessary to extend the blessings of to promote a high OTr der of citizenship among all classesof people and to meet the ever growing necessities of the agricultural Inter That we recommend the establish ment throughout the United of complete and perfect organizations from the nation down to the which organisations shall SOT and make a complete national associa The national good roads men elected were of presi dent secretary Charles St treasurer also vice presidents for all TYNER IN CRITICAL Hid Illness Not Llvo for Kneut April the home of General James this city there was deep gloom todayover the critical turn of his who is attending was summoned hastily this Tyner said while awaiting his arrival General Tyher is very much worse and his condition Is His re moval from office and the charges against him have been a terrible Whatever the authorities do they should doat once7as they should not keep such a sick man waiting It Is doubted here whether General Tyner will live to see the end of the legal proceedings against him and Tyner for looting a government The has fallen pit tjfe In quiry in the dead letter jsfflae have nothing new inlhe and that they were Investigated and the remedy applied two years PEERING PLANT Entire Chicago Firm April than a thou sand lumbermen and core makers joined the ranks of strikers at the Deering works of the Interna tional Harvester company this morn The entire plant shut down at noon until further Between and persons were employed at the eb ginnlng of the The tieup of the Deering works by a strike and tbe efforts to duplicate the situation at the SlcCbrmlck Is likely to shut off than half the manufacture of binding twine used in harvests In the United States and cause serious THREE KILLED IN FnMtiiEer nnd WorkTrain Collide la Tenre llnato YarasTwclvn Terre April westbound Vandalla passenger train collided witha work train in the yards here Clarence of Nicholas bagi gage and an unidentified man were Of the twelve persons in Joseph of Indianapo may April per sons were killed and several Injured in a collision between a passenger ajid work train on the Lake Brie and De troit River railway tonight DIRECT VOTE ON Wisconsin AsnemLlf KeBulattou Looking to April the as sembly today the Merton Joint reso lution for a constitutional convention to provide for election of United States senators by lirect was passed by a voteof GO to Tho bill amending the child labor act raising the age limit at which chil dren may work without permit from 14 to 16 and providing that no child shall work between 9 and 6 passed without CLEVELAND FOR UrookiTD Eacla Iomei Out for Former Chief April Brooklyn published by Clair McKel announces that it is for Cleve land for It believes the movement for him will become April re of the Jute Bishop ar rived from Quincy tonight and will lie in state in PauKa The funeral wlij take place tomorrow Interment will be In Oak Ridge where Bishop Taylors wife and childrenare Irorolnenc Ob to Froninber April one of Newarks foremost vice president of the Newark Savings bank and former own er of the electric was killed and eight others injured n a boiler ex plosion at the ScheidJer machine shops Hailed of Religious CLASP HANDS OR Holer Ificorud to PrtionoB o tvitb the 1oma or JHodlorU Dan Are April Edward vis ited Pope Leo at the Vatican this after going direct from the British em bassy In a closed accompa nied by the British military The Vatican is perhaps the cere monious court of It li un doubtedly one ot the most and the cqstumes there are of medieval As the king enteredthe of San his rnajestywas saluted a battalion of Palatine guards in uft uni The tattoo was given on drum There was no aa there are no papal When the royal party reached the grand staircase leading to tha papal King Edward was greeted 6y Marquis Monslsnor Merry Del Val and Prince Soane or At the upper landing tliere was grouped a number of other ecclesiastics who formed a magnificent Behind this attired in brilliant Knights tha Caps chamberlains In block velvet blouses with stiff whitfi ruffs and gorgeously jeweled chairs their necks giving touch of brlfilant color to the King addressed a fevr words of thanks for the The party then proceeded between ranks ot Swiss whose halberds gleamed In the sunlight that streamed through thu wide At Clementine hall the party was by the papal master ot the attended by personages of tha secret Upon arrlvlngr the private apartment ot tW noble guard the king lnlllr tary Amtti EUad F T ju Tne door otthi SfiPMif Even King Edward paused moment upon seeing the pontiff In his white The popas face was the color of Ivory but he moved with out old no apparent From his entire person there seemed to emanate sentiments of benevolence and The king and pope clasped hands and exchanged a few words in The king passed within the papal iipartr the door was closed and the pope and guest were left King Edward remained 20 when his suite was admitted and pre sented to the This seemed to please the pope At its con clusion the king took leave of the pope crossing the room at his side and soy Ing his last words at the a Solitary FrUoavr ill From the the king passed through the piazza of where he was warmly greeted in English by a number of Scotch pilgrims now in who Hurrah for the Had the king looked up that moment he would have seen a figure lii the win dow of the second story ot the H was pope Contrasted with the British sovereign who stood below in the sunlight and the center ot anima tion of the Immense the solitary white figure In the palace window seemed to further the Idea of the pope as a r Instead of returning to the British embassy the king drove direct to the Roltrloas April Edwards In terview with Pope which took place at the Vatican this will probably be considered by future writers as one of the greatest events of the politicoecclesiastical history the twentieth said a promi nent The august parties to the ceremony represent respectively temporal and spiritual empires of vast power and The king is a Protestant and rules an intensely Prot estant The pope Is the sover eign of the Catholic mighty personages come together oa the common ground of will and mutual Their exam ple will exert a powerful influence on the Imaginations and hearts of It means a blow to bigotry that may precede the proclamation of peace among religious systems and Nothing could be more Important than thisbecause much of theworld0 moral energy Is still wasted in warfare where there should bo The king and the pope practically say to Chris tians everywhere to respect each oth ers which maynot but the purposes of which are not far apart Their complned destructive power should be directed against what is hateful to Generous spirits In airlands applaud Kins Edward for having seized opportunity while engaged In a tour dedicated to poiltr cal jieace to render a religious peace as Prirtblttnt fnll TTot Vltlt April can be said with authority that the statement tnat President KoossveIt will visit France with the fleet of warships la entirely without Steeunalitp At from At from At New from noa and J   

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