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Waterloo Daily Courier (Newspaper) - October 27, 1905, Waterloo, Iowa Circulation Books open to all V i ?t i oetHliMHii Chicago, -----------c T tonight and cooler night. '-f i. v T) FIFTEENTH WATEBLdO, IOWA. FBIlXArY 27, 1005. WO.' 4643 PRESIDENT IS rs I V RETURNING li Homeward Bound on lite West Virflima. .-t .v A Remarkable Oemmtraticn in His -Os Honor at. New Orleans. [By Associated Press.] Orleans, La.J, Oct., lighthouse tender Magnolia with. Pres- ident Roosevelt on board was (in gol-[ hsion with the Irnit steanjer Esparla shortly after midnight, about 'sixty' miles river. Both vessels are aground on the river bank'. No one seriously hurt. The president and all the members of his jpavty Jured. The 3ighthouse_tender Ivy took! the president and Kis parly Magnolia' and conveyed them to the battleship West V v ,Pi-esident Roosevelt -went aboard the West Virginia at 9.40 cruiser got way a few after- wards'.-.. OIIBBRBD'CONTINUOUSLY.-' ..Now Orleans, La., Oct. pres- ident's welcome 'from the people ot New -Orleans 'came ass-the climax to, the aeries of demonstratio'ns which, be-' ?an at Raleigh, N. C. none of th'e, sou thorn cities, however, the president receiyed with sUct a tremen- dous outburst of popular enthusiasm as in New' Probably for the first time _in, his public oaieer the president was com- pelle'd to abandon a public address be- lore goj' well started on it. It was contemplated that the military" and civic parade should pass in review before the president1 at the city hall, but the gathered-at-this point was so tremncJous that neither the police nor thet troops were able to move and" the president, foreseeing a possible catastrophe in the event ot a panic, finally gave, up the attempt to speak and'Jeft the platform The crowd jammed St. Charles street from property line'to property way from'Poydras to street, and it spread1 over LaFayetle' square almost fioin St. Charles to Camp street.-" h r i Probably people around the stand.Jrom which 'the president was to have delivered the address. president de- cided i to abandon his efforts he shout- ed to the throng to go home and be good_ citizens, and 'then disappeared 'the mayor's parlors, well nigh ex- hausted; CHEERED
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