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Waterloo Daily Courier (Newspaper) - August 18, 1906, Waterloo, Iowa WATERLOO, SANTIAGO ALSOjHflKEN Chlleaa Earthquake Worse Than First Reported. from Valparaiso Discloses Terrible Loses. Historical Sketch of the Stricken Metropolis. (By Associated Press.) Santiago O.e Cliilp, Aug. oil in fearful earth- quake has visited this city. Awful consternation prevails here. Further Lima, Peru, 'kug. earth- quake shocks occurred at Valpariaso Thursday night a num- ber-M buildings. Troops shot all pil- lagers. Many persons wore.killed by falling 'walls. The survivors' are camped on the hills. Y.iena del Marta, three miles, from Valpariaso' with a population of "twelve thousand, Quilp-
aron's life was due to his German and activity in suppressing the revolutionary disorders. <13 Kiilctf nt Warsaw, Aug. is now Known hat forty-three persons were killed lore Aug. 15, of whom eight were po- icomen, and that eighteen policemen uul about 100 citizens were wounded. hi- aro now iinknovvn 10 sorvico' ooiiirt' not s.-cm-cd in siatn. notice .xylll tnatd- by ).icatiou. The plaintiff, who i.s a ler ol1 R. P. speer, aid trout Ihivt d pei-somil violoni-o ;inil usi-a in hoi- and pr.bfaur- InnguiiKo. Tin- public icn-iciiilHM- that Mr; T.-v w.is Uu- man who petilloiiuJ tlie 'Oisirli-t rourl for an orilor lo visit his (hat his -wife bail left him mut eono to'tho home of hor part-nl.s-, re fusoil to jillow Mm (f. Tho court Krand-d privilege seoltig Iiis daunhior :U, hour each month In (he sh, Tiffs in Waterloo. The iiliiiiulff and her t Waterloo -township. JIci pioneer of the county. in tho early (Hlios. He Is on boi-licultural rtiul aKr jocls. ROOT'S TRAIN WASJTONED j Argentina Strikers Injure Several of Secretary's Party. h that MVO js her, in .sul-.- TAKETRiP PROPOSE S. B. Howard and J. F. Lacock Visit Jubilee Yesterday. Hope to Build Line to Gilbcrtville by Winter. H. promoter of the Chicago, AllUKSTKI) AGAIX. 5ailkcr Stciislaiul n AJhUva.v, Aug. 1S.- Howard and' .1. P. ami chief engineer Anamosa Northern railway, arrived here yesterday afternoon at ;i o'clock from 'Waterloo in an automobile. Thev called upon Postmaster 13. M. lluechuld. who has 'boon" active in inducing an electric lino or other iviilwar (o be. built through here. .'They slatod dial they had been at Waterloo and that they wore satisfied that arrangements had now been made whereby the neces- sary money for the piircluiye of way lands and t.ennitiivls could bo nil nod Mr. 1-lowarrl atalcil that ho was Jiopc- ful of putting a large; gang of men in constriicting tho railroad southeast- ward from Waterloo and chat by ter the track might be laid to the near.Gilbortville, where a bridge be buijt. The country (hero IK and will require little grading. Howard expresses himself" as pleased with the character of the coun- try over which they passed and wilh the proffer of support given them by Mr. Buerhele and others in this lotiaf- ily. The gcntlcinrm left, hr-rc about
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