Waterloo Daily Courier, August 18, 1906

Waterloo Daily Courier

August 18, 1906

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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- r j. her iit tho the and The City Valparaiso has been practically de- stroyed by earthquakes- four times B! ne'e''It was founded by the-Spauiarrts in irj 1730, and again'in 1S22. Again, in 1S39 and in 1S73 the city ,was badly damaged by earth- quakes. history, in fact, like that of Sail Francisco, has been marked 'by- frequent earth shocks. Even a portion of its foreshore was raised from; the sea by a violent con- vulsion of nature. Valparaiso' is one of the oldest towns on the American continent, by a Spanish of- ficer, Saaveclra, in who named it. after 'his birthplace in Spain. The Spaniards chose this si to tor their first settlement, because of Its sheltered harbor, the only V18 along the lower reach of the shore of the South Pacific. Valparaiso was known to the .mari- time adventurers ol! the world long boforq .Raleigh attempted to found nln colony at Rpanpke, almost a cen- tury berore; Jamestown was founded or before the Puritans landed on Plymouth rock. The Chilean'town was important'.enough to be bom- barded, and captured by Sir Francis Drake arid liis 'English sailors after -i began Dec. 5, 157S Again, in .1590, the town was taken, nicked, and i'liii'rned by Hawkins. In liipf) the Dutch corsair, Van Noort captured Valparaiso, sacked and burned it, and put many of its in-' mg along the coast for four miles In some places there is room eiiougl for only ;i single, narrow street, 'a others for three or four, but thev ar short. On the south side of the bay ar the spacious 'suburbs of Nuevo con and Gran Avenida, from whicl pass out one of the finest of the thor pughfares .of Valparaiso, the Aveni da do Delicias. The lower con tral section of "the city is constituted by the Almendral, having regulai and attractive streets and containing the principal business houses. London, -Aug. A private cablegram this afternoon from Val paraiso says the lire continues ir the business quarters, but is rtoclln- iug and that business is being- resum- ed. [By Associated Press.] New York, Aug. Duval Co., which does a largo bus- iness in South America, has just, re- ceived tho following From Valparaiso: "The town is nearly clostroyed. Par- ticulars later when the shakes cease The dispatch was timed a. but it Is not known whether it. filed yesterday morning or this morn- ing. n The case against George Acker- man, set for trial before Justice How- rey this afternoon, not been heard, and it. is'probable- that a con- tinuance will be arranged until Aug. While Assistant City -Engineer R. B- Slippy was eating watermelon last night he dislocated one side of his jaw boiie. The service of a physi- cian was necessary to bring it back into place. The cases against the saloons and the drug stores of the county come up for hearing at the September term the of district court. They were put over by agreement from the WAV term, are equity cases. They Mi: Watson Also. New York Tribune: Thomas 1C Watson, of Georgia and New York has it red of Uio mkldr-. of the roar! and BOOK back in the democratic fold in time to gel on llir? Bryan .barnl waij- on. It: is to lie his portion of calf. hoped'ho will not miss burgoo and the fattc-d This TTone.sl Ch-vk. "Did f do right about asked the new clerk.. "I told the truth." "You did, indeed, do re- plied the honest grocer. "Always toll the truth, no matter what It customer." u THE COURIER Old Reliable" a neces.ity to an advertiser leeking to reach the Waterloo public because of CHARACTER, STABILTY QUALITY and CIRCULATION. peas- were have than they up to The "Terror" Cintiiuics." SI. has been received of another collision'be- tween Cossacks and 'peasantry in piovince of Penza.' In this'affair mob showed such determination fury the troops wero forced to re- treat, carrying off several of their number badly wounded. Five of the peasants were killed and several score wounded A detachment ofthirty Cossacks had iieen dispatched from the' town of Fenza'to a neighboring village to ar- rest two agitators. The ''Villagers sounded the tocsin on the church bell, thereupon a crowd of" peasants armed with scythes and other rustic weapons gathered and advanced to the of the prisoners. Undaunted'by he Cossacks' whips and sabers the Jeasants charged and forced the Cos- sacks to take refuge behind a stone vail. A volley from the carbines of he Cossacks failed to check the ants, and finally the Cossacks Bilged to (lee., The peasants are reported to ought more like wild animals uiraan beings. In their fury eized a priest who was hurryin assist the. wounded and beat him al- most to death before tho wife of a sick peasant whom he had aided recognized him and intervened. The activity of the terrorists and revolutionists and lack of support of the public are steadily forcing the gov- ernment's hands in the direction of repression. The prevalence of agrar- ian strikes and disorders has impelled Premier Stolypin to send another cir- cular to the provincial authorities, di- iccting them to spare no efforts to sup- press them and prevent their repeti- tion. Ho recommends especially the adoption of measures to ascertain the identity of the trouble makers who arc to be arrested and dealt with adminis- tratively. The members of the social revolu- tionary party's armed legion arrcstod in St. Petersburg and Moscow will be banished to remote parts of Belenzoff, the leader of the band which pillaged the Credit Mutual Bank of Moscow, escaped while on nis wav to Moscow from Switzerland, whence lie had been extradited lie was on board heavily guarded, and when near Pskov dived through the glass window, gained the forest and eluded pursuit. The commission which has been ex- amining the budget with the view to securing the money needed for famine relief has succeeded in raising a fund of half of which will be taken from the army budget. The re- mainder will come from the relief fund for the this year's parliamentary credit, and from driblets taken from various' appropriations. Hurt in Ambush. Aug. am- nished Baron von Schroedcr, the as- sistant district chief. They fired at iiis carriage and wounded the baron's ;oachman and a soldier who accom- panied them, but Von Schroedcr was lot touched. The Attempt on the' >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