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   Waterloo Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - June 17, 1905, Waterloo, Iowa                              DAILY REPORTER 4 :00 O'CLOCK EDITION, TENTH WATERLOO, IOWA. SATUEBAY, JUKE 17, 1905 NUMBER 2949 WORKING FOR AN ARMISTICE NEGOTIATIONS UNDER WAY FOR SUSPENSION OF HOSTILITIES JOHN BULL AFTER BEAR GREAT BRITAIN INSISTENT OVER SINKING OF SHIPS Japanese Steadily Extending Lines of Peace Again Reopened. Headquarters of the Russian army, Godhyadani, Manchuria, June is learned from an authoritative source negotiations toward an armistice are under way- All Quiet at the Front. Gunshu Pass, June all is generally quiet at the front, and the are even retiring southwards, it is reported they are steadily ex- tending their lines eastward. There is no indication of the commencement of a general engagement. May Change Meeting Place .St. Petersburg, June ques- tion of the place of meeting of Russian and Japanese representatives has been reopened. There is a possibility The Hague instead of Washington may be selected. Exchanges to that end are now proceeding between For- eign Minister Lamsdorff, Ambassador Meyer and Washington. WORD IS REASSURING France and Germany Not Likely to Clash Over Morocco Washiagton, June and France will not come .to a clash over Morocco, if reassuring official cable- grams reaching Washington over night from the European capitals accurately represent the situation. It can be an- nounced negotiations at Paris are pro- gressing slowly, but with good will on both sides, and that things between France and Germany are moving har- moniously and it will soon be possible to straighten out existing tangles. The Washington government is fully in formed about every move and the feel- ing here in the highest official circles is not one of uneasiness. j bride's parents, and Mrs. Robert IW. Roberts, at 104 Beppler avenue.; j The ceremony was performed at o'clock by Rev. Samuel Calien, in the j i presence of oniy a few of the rela- i lives and most intimate friends of the I contracting parties. Among them from j a distance were Mr. and Mrs. A. W. i Barilett, father and mother of the; MANY IOWANS N WASHINGTON NEARLY PASSED THROUGH j of Cambridge, Iowa, Miss Jean! CENSUS WILL COUNT ABOUT Council Bluffs was selected as the j J. A. Lapham, Osage; second vice pres- j idem, N. G. Muca, CharHoc; recording j secretary, W. B. Clemmer, Council j Bluffs; general secretary. B. F. Mitch-i Des Moises; statistical 'Mrs. B. F. Miicheli, Des Moines; treas-: ..._..__ __ jurer, J. F. Hardin, Bldora; field secre- FATriER OF CONDEMNED MAN LISTS AID OF SUPREME JUDGE TO SAVE HIS SON. tary, Prof. Elias Handy, Mount Pieas- ant. nr. MacKellar, cousin of the bride, and WATERLOG BEFORE 2 O'CLOCK. Mrs j M of _ i law of the groom. The bride is a known school HOLD.NG FEDERAL JOBS. for holding the convention next j year. Banner counties awarded gavels were Cerro Gordo, Crawford, Hardia, j Jefferson, Linn, Monona and Wright. Last Day of War Game. Fort Jlonroe, Va., June last day of the war game opened with an attack on Fort Monroe at dawn by de- stroyers and munition boats. Admiral Dickins' fleet of boats crept close to the walls of the fort before they were discovered. The fusilade was brief but lively. IT FILLS 500 WENT FROM WATERLOO sure her many graces will meet every requirement in her new school of one scholar which she has chosen for life, i CREDIT GIVEN TO COUNTIES! AN ILL-FATED FAMILY. MOTION FOR NEW TRIAL Mother Killed in Runaway and Two Will Be Made at Once to Lower Court MANY MORE TRAINS WILL PASS Until about two years ago the family j WILL BE APPORTIONED AS THEY; Children Drowned. THROUGH HERE TONIGHT. More Passengers West Than the Rail- resided in Washburn, where Miss Rob- I erts was born and raised. She taught in the country schools in the county for several terms. Later she taught in j CLAIM RESIDENCE. roads Can Passen- ger Coaches Available. I Albia, June 17. Don and Leigh Holl- ingsworth, aged 10 and io years, the j sons of Superintendent Hollingsworth j of this city, were drowned at Ottumwa i Effort Before Execution Wiil Bt Carried Out. the public schools in Cambridge, and Dubuque Carpenter Attempts Suicide From the while htere she met the young man of j her choice. For the past year she has been engaged m the city schools in Waterloo, on the west side, and was j elected for next year. Mr. Bartlett is _. .i cashier of a bank at Colo, and is high- The Waterloo railway, grounds re- ly spokeil of by those who know him sembled very much the city terminals of He is a brother of F. A. Bartlett, the While Temporarily Insane From News, Des Moines, June census statistics will be increased by about v j last appearing in tha in regard to us _ _ _____ __ j Their father" was" for fourteen "years Edgar murder case, h appears superintendent of the Albia city lhe father condemned man is schools. The oldest: boy was drowned doias everything in his power to have while trying to save the younger. NEW HAMPTON MEETING ENDS. BREAK AWAY FROM SHEA. Leaders of Drivers Are Sore on the President. Chicago, June demand for settlement of the teamsters strike is expected to be made before night. Several leaders of the drivers are said to have broken away from President 8hea, and arranged a caucus at which they plan to canvass the situation and secure pledges enough for calling off the strike. GERMANY STILL INSISTENT. Presses France Diplomatically for Con- -ference-on Berlin, June foreign office telegraphed to Prince Votradolin, Ger- man ambassador at Paris, during the last day or two in a sense that will be reassuring to French apprehensions, if such ware felt in the French cabinet. Germany still presses France diplomat- ically fof her acceptance of a proposal to hold a conference of powers on the subject of Morocco. HUNDREDS OUT ALL NIGHT. Excursion Steamer Grounded With t 100 on Board. Detroit, June Eleven hundred people were forced to spend the night on the excursion steamer Columbia, grounded on Peohe island. The excursionists were transferred to the steamer Promise, and arrived this morning. here Steamer Fire Causes Panic. DR. HEARST HAD AN EXPERIENCE IN HIS HOME WITH MID- NIGHT MARAUDER. PURSUED BY BULLETS Several Shots Fired After Fleeing Bur- Thief Gave An Alarm. Cedar Falls, June residence of Dr. Hearst on Ninth and Main streets was entered by a burglar last night, who was discovered by the doctor before anything had been taken. The doctor chased him for some dist- ance down the street and fired three shots -with a revolver, but was not able to capture him. About this morning while Dr. Hearst was only partly asleep he heard a slight noise in the living room adjoining. He noticed a shadow, and thought it was from the window cur- tain, but noticed there was not a cur- tain drawn on the window which would east a shadow in that place. He stepped quietly living room and met the burglar face to face near the center of- room. "The doc-tor stepped back quickly into tie bedroom for a revolver and when he returned the party had gotten into the yard, and was running toward the street. Dr. Hearst gave chase and fired three shots, all in the ground for the purpose of frightening him. He was unable to overtake his man and did not recog- nize him. The police have no clue as to bis identity. During the night the house of John Waltman was also entered. The party entering in some way dislodged a por- tion of a shelf which fell to the floor, arousing the occupants of the house. He was scared away by this alarm and none of the members of the family had an opportunity to see him plainly. OLD SETTLERS' PICNIC. a great railroad system today, be-: reaj estate man in this city. i lowans who are now residents or j Races Have Been Successful and At ise of the excursions'' that passed! Aftei. uje cereniony the young cou- j Washington, holding federal positions i tendance Large tnrougn here en route to Chicago. Be- _ tween and people have al- ready gone to the eastern metropolis, and thousands of others have not yet arrived in Waterloo. Many special trains will pass through tonight The Illinois Central has carried the j largest number of passengers thus far because of the large territory pen- etrated west of here. The Rock Island and Great Western are also making y.jjere their home. the death sentence changed. July 13 j has been named as the r.ime of the execution, and immediately on receiv- I ing a telegram telling him 01 the ac- tion of the supreme court of Missouri in refusing to reverse use decision or the lower court, J. M. Bailey, whose home is in Lapovte. left for Kansas DIED OF WHOOPING COUGH make at the national capital. It is expected I that two or three hundred of these i June last; Darhe'io a-in-al of former lowans will credit their resi-i splendid condition and an audience of i1S in the following item from. the Kansas City Journal of Thrusday dence to Des Moines, which will in- ____ crease the population of this city cor- Warren Brooks, Son of W. W. BrooksJ and mav !jto The census cards of Iowa of Child Dead. j residents at Washiagton will be appor- Warren Russell Brooks, little son of' Uoned to thtar respective counLvs. cago from all points where their lines touch the points along the Illinois Cen- tral. The ?5 rate on the Central is good between the Missouri and Mis- sissippi rivers, which means from Council Bluffs and Sioux City as far east as Dubuque. The rate on the Great Western does not extend farther south than Waterloo, but many people from other points paid local fare to Waterloo and purchased excursion, tickets from here. The Rapid Transit brought in large delegations from Ce- dar Falls, Denver and other points who joined the excursion here. Great Western Crowds. Because the rate on the Great West- ern commenced at Waterloo their trains carried few excursionists be- sides those who boarded the train here. Up till noon they had sold a few more j than one hundred tickets to Waterloo people. This number was divided among trains No. 2 that left at this morning, No. 6 at a. m., and No. 4 at today, noon- 'Their W. W. and Edna. E. Brooks living in j The state executive council recently. i their home of whooping cough and i "Washington w be filled out by former about present. The Hugh Wayne, or. g.( F. D. Sockwell) ..............1 2 i Robert G., b. g. (W. Jack- i son) ________________? 1-1 "John Bailey, of Laporte, Iowa, who came here last Friday tearfully and i Dewar dipfl witm-flpv Aomino- at 1.500 census population carJs to i ,_, T, a rate of ?5 for the round trip to Chi- i .'.__ d WaRh1llinm Tn ho S- (Cfe KenyonjS of whooping Death occurred at 11! Iesldeals of complications. o'clock yesterday morning. The tie fellow was born February 3, He leaves father and mother and tw.o sisters and two brotheri Funeral will be Sunday morning at o'clock at Mt. Zion church in East Waterloo township, and burial will be made in the cemetery there.- A short prayer state, who still claim lit_ i a residence here. Major Fleming, who wa Best time, The pace nor Shaw, has written back to Secre- tary Davidson of the executive council Kldd' b' m' (R'L" Pa stating that he had already distributed 1 s' (K t all of the census cards and needs i M'STS ierrace> b- m-   aowever, if even the! 3 Danhaml i evangelist to ask what done. -ir. WashiTlPTnTi nrill IjHUC L.-6W1S, S. g. I.U Uannamj ____ ____ ____ 10 o'clock. Little Sias Child. The little child" born to Mr. and Mrs. Carleton Sias on Wednesday of this week died last night at the family home, at 820 West Fourth street. This was the only child, and its death is greatly mourned by the young couple is well as by their many friends in Waterloo. A short prayer service was held at the home- this morning at 10 o'clock, conducted by Rev. Chas. Sec- combe of the Congregational church, and burial was made, in Elmwood cemetery- Washington colony of lowans will save the state census from showing a de- Pf crease. The count of Adams county was completed Friday morning and it joins in the column of counties with a decrease in population from the fed- eral census figures of 1900. __ The evangelist knew gome county secondY g7 (W. Car-1 office Holders, republicans as well as special train -will leave Waterloo at o'clock this evening and ar-l 'TVIAWCGER' 'MEEK'-'-PtlEASES- WAS AFFECTED BY HEAT. Michael Zwack Temporarily Insane and Cuts His Throat. Dubuque, June Zwack, a carpenter residing, at 90 Quaifman penter) third. Time, BIG DRAINAGE DITCH ORDERED. About Acres of Land Will Be Drained at a Cost of Council Bluffs, June an unan- democrats, and he told of the coming of the father. evangelist said he had resided in Springfield, and that he knew for- mer Supreme Judge Sherwood, who re- sides there. He added that if ha could get the ear of Mr. Sherwood he believed the jurist would take the case imous vote, the supervisors of Potta- and try to have it re-opened. A pol- wattamie and Harrison counties estab- i itician passed the hat and raised lished the union drainage ditch system i enough money to pay for a copy for the relief of the Missouri river low- j the supreme court's decision affirming lands. The improvement will the verdict of capital punishment avenue, is in a serious condition as sSooooo or more_ ft fe- -desiglied to j awarded by the trial court, and also the result of wounds in the throat self- inflicted while temporarily insane as j benefit acres of "land, .and'the 1 the price of'two round-trip tickets "to. rive in Chicago at tomorrow morning. The only other train on which tickets will bevsold is No. 2 at midnight tonight. The final re- turn limit will be June 26. Oelwsin is the central point through the- result ot being over-heated Mr. tQtal tie Local Association Congratulating j ville and decided ro .return nolne on j Thursday. He secured a ride as far as Durango and walked all the way from Duraago to his home, a distance Themselves. The Waterloo Baseball .association is very well with the work of channel; Springfield, and something extra for ,_ t.will'be traveling expenses. meet in joint session on June 27] '-On Saturday night the two old men, to hear damage claimsL Appraisers j both past 70 years, went to Springfield., have recommended the allowance of and yesterday they returned to say for land taken to furnish a "j that the former supreme judge haot right of way. The Northwestern has j agreed to take the case. Accordingly 12 coaches and all have Illinois Central. The Illinois Central carried the larg- Annual Event Will Be Held Monday in est number of excursionists through which the excursion trains from 4 i west will run over the Great Western. Operator Brown received a message today noon stating that seven trains loaded to full capacity had passed I through Oelwein from until noon, and that the officials would run 21 trains from the west if a sufficient number, of cars could be obtained. Each of their trains is composed of f flip congratulate themselves on securing the.services of Manager Meek to han- i die the team. .-The disturbers have i all been -weeded out and perfect '-har- j mony the team and there is little doubt but that .they will finish j is a large he the j claims of for bridges will .be compelled io build. to it; i either first or second in the race, for long walk. He drank a quantity of ice cold lem- j shortly afterward began; running up and down stairs and around i i the house like a wild man. He pos- j the team is well balanced and playing gessed rf a bulciier'knife and j from 8 to been filled. good ball. Newmeyer Released. The release of Harry Newmeyer, the big left-handed pitcher, will not weak- en the team in the for his arm not been at any time j slashed himself about tae throat. His I wife called a physician who dressed the wounds and Mr, Zwack was remov- ed to Mercy hospital. During the night Mr. Zwack partly recovered from the effects of the sunstroke and unless OFFICERS FOR BEN HUR Melchoir Court, No. 8, Held Election Friday Night. Melchoir Court. No. S, Tribe of Ben Denver Grove. Denver, June an- nual meeting of the pioneer settlers zs i gone and many more are expected dur- i ing the night. to win his share of the games, j j While the management regrets to let i The first train to arrive was a i a man go who has the ability that New- New York, June which county will be held here special from the west in charge of En- j meyer has, they felt they had carried _c.i T. j-__ .i._ -r, ___ _. him long enough for him to recover, but his chances are said to about even. started in the hold of the steamer Kan- sas City of the Savanah line off Sandy' Hook early today caused a panic among her 600 passengers, and which Monday in the Prestine grove. The gineer Alderman and Conductor Geo. Denver brass band will furnish music i Myers, and a number of other attractions will' be on the grounds. The event is held was believed to have been extinguish-1 annually. The electric railway will ed, broke out anew after she had reached dock. It is. feared the flames may reach a quantity of rosin and tur- pentine in the hold and cause a seri- ous explosion. Chicago, June morning .game: Boston 2, Detroit 7. MARTIN'S gThe original p. and genuine BIG HEAD 5c CIGAR Keeps growing in popularity, because of their superior quality and -work- manship. Our sales have nearly doubled on them this year over last. run trains here from all directions and have made a rate of one fare for the The train arrived at o'clock and was composed of nine heavily loaded passenger coaches, j he could do and decided to release him The train proceeded east under Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hein and little i baby, former residents of Waterloo, DRUGGISTS HARD HIT. Malt Tonic Decision Far Reaching in Its Effect. Des Moines, June 17. Des Moines Hur, held election of officers at the meeting last night. The following were elected: Braiam. H. E.. Kennison. L. V. Utter. F. Reed. K of E. Curtiss. Harper. Kahler. K. of I. W. Record. K. of O. W. Dinzy. a motion is to be made for a new trial and perhaps, after all, -'my boy Ed- as the helpless and almost hope- less .old father calls the condemned man, may save his life." ANNOUNCEMENTS. iuc uuuer druggists have beell informetl by tion of Engineer Stearns and Conduc-1 arrived m the city this morning from -hn, fh round trip from Waverry, Sumner, Tri- -Der of Waterloo people, poli, Glasgow aad Waterloo. The cheap rate will draw an immense crowd if the weather is fine, as many former Denver residents are residing in Wat- erloo and vicinity. tor Ward, with an addition of a num-! their home in Superior, Wis., to visit for several .weeks among friends. Mr. attorneys that the decision cf the su- yreme court rendered in the case from TWO SHERIFF'S SALES TODAY City and Farm Property Sold Execution. Sheriff Caldwell held SITE FOR ELKS HALL H. W, Grout Purchaser of Business Property in West Waterloo. A deed was filed at noon convey- j ing lot 3 and 13 feet of lot. 2. in block Ten minutes later regular passenger i Hein was for years engaged in the -I. i S8leS-" No. 404 arrived from Albert Lea In j C. car shops in this-city. He is mtenaed to prevenl the i 'n the matter OI Geo- vs- tor Searles and Brakenien Puterbaugh. It carried seven coach loads of excursionists from the north and five additional coaches were added here. The train departed in charge of Engineer Marsh and Conductor DeGon. Northern in Superior. j cent., and which "fras based oh sales of sold to Geo. Kistner for The seniors of Our academy gave- a of Victorv to! tne Rads juniors last evening at the residence of J. F. Mulkern, 302 Iowa street. Passenger train No. "4 that arrived Thirty guests were present. Games, j from the west at o'clock this af- 1 dancing, instrumental and vocal music tj teraoon carried an immense number served to make the occasion a delight- 1 uon amons of excursionists and a train immediate- j ful one. Refreshments were serve.l. i 8, original plat of Waterloo, from I behind running as second No. 4 had Mayflower, a tonic made at a Cedar amount of debt against the property to al! was SS.024. malt ionics or beverages as well as Another sale was made in the case to patent medicines containing large Of Harvey Rockwood vs. H. M. Reed et al. This property consists of' the house and lot across the street from the Catholic church in East Waterloo. It was bid in by Mr. Rockwood for a consideration of S2.S3S.64. Although! H. M. Reeti appears as a defendant in Odd members and their, friends are invited to the an- nual memorial services to be held in the I. O. O'. F. temple Sunday June ISth at p. m. The hold a picnic at Denver Tuesday, June 20th. Take the car. Bring well filled baskets. A candidate for 2d degree- G. I. A. to B. of L. who desire to attend a meeting of L. j S. Coffin division, No. 16S, of Fore Dodge, on Friday, June 23d. will notify j the president or secretary not later I than Monday, June 19. Cedar Hive, No. 37. L. O. T. Under j Will meet in regular review Tuesday afternoon instead of Monday ntgat. i All members are requested to two sheriff's ent as TJH be only one meeting a month during the warm weather. The Ladies of the Presbjierian serve their rose "break- fast in the church basement Tiiesday morning, June 20th beginning fat o'clock. Breakfast 25 cents. lias created a sensa- McKay, of the Savery pharmacy, said: "I am advised Uiat I will violate the law if I sell without complying with I11ICK: i jfcsv ii i sen lui ti. -U. jieeti iippeiiib 
                            

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