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Waterloo Daily Courier (Newspaper) - October 27, 1905, Waterloo, Iowa Circulation Books open to all V i i Chicago T tonight and cooler night i v T FIFTEENTH IOWA 27 1005 WO 4643 PRESIDENT IS rs I V RETURNING li Homeward Bound on lite West -t v A Remarkable in His -Os Honor at New Orleans Associated Orleans Oct lighthouse tender Magnolia with ident Roosevelt on board was in with the 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 Jured The Ivy the president and Kis parly Magnolia and conveyed them to the battleship West V v Roosevelt aboard the West Virginia at 9.40 cruiser got way a few after- Now Orleans La Oct welcome from the people ot New came climax to the aeries of which be- at Raleigh N C none of sou thorn cities however the president with a dous outburst of popular enthusiasm as in New Probably for the first time his public the president was com- 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 at the city hall but the point was so 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 the platform The crowd jammed St Charles street from property property way to street and it over square almost St Charles to Camp h r i Probably people around the which the president was to have delivered the address president de- i to abandon his efforts he ed to the throng to go home and be citizens and then disappeared the mayor's parlors well nigh ex- hausted CHEERED EMBARRASSMENT president's reception at the at the St Charles tel Hie made i his principal dress was so enthusiastic as at- most tho chief he uttered was the signal for an extraordinary of and as his speech dealt almost entirely with local sub- and had special reference to the fight against yellow fever the banquet developed into succession of cheers An packed Gravier and St the dinner ended and the appearance of the ident on his way to the river provoked thunderous applause cheers ed all the way the hotel to the i iver front As the Magnolia left its landing a presidential salute was fired and the Indescribable din of thei whistles of the factories river LEAGUERS AT GRACE CHURCH Opening lifting of State Convention i it Largely Attended REV E G OF GRACE J CHURCH WATERLOO the Magnolia sent by to have the point where the accident occurred and the transfer of the presidential party to it at 3 o'clock this ing No one was injured in the dent It is Magnolia can make necessary repairs and return to New Orleans ST PETERSBURG IN PANIC f i Wildest Rumors Spread About and City Is In Panic Students Threaten Demonstrations De spite Presence of Troops Conflagration Moscow and Strike Spreading Everywhere Czar Is Thoroughly Alarmed and Ready for Instant Flight craft mingled with Histy M Witte Proposing a Constitution as an Extreme Measure Associated St Petersburg Oct tlic afternoon wildest minors about and tho ing of acres of people who had on the Wharf s- ON A MIGHTY WARSHIP Oct 27 The cruiser West which carries President Roosevelt form New to Hampton Roads on his return from the south i is flagship qf the ar- mored cruiser division of the North Atlantic fleet of the Colorado v Pennsylvania and Maryland in addition to the West Virginia Thesei are practically every way and aie the largest warships ot the American navy now in They present the highest type and all that is modern is naval archi- i This formidable division will take itsi place Cor the first time in the North Atlantic fleet in time to participate in the reception to the British squadron commanded by Prince Louis of berg about to visit United waters F M t i j The West Virginia is built on ful lines and cuts the water with the Students of In tlie district having an- that intended to hold their v of held university tho military and to hold a ing tonight to which all Workmen ot all groups General dispatched to surround building and trouble Is strikers lune in stopping tho of tlie electric light plant the s plunged into grace an ocean greyhound speed of twenty-two knots an at a hour Her machinery is capable of ing horsepower to drive her twin t The West Virginia has a normal dis- placement of tons whither full load displacement is tons is 502 feet long and has an extreme breadth feet 6 her draf t being 24 feet The largest in commission can feet with a normal displacement of tons The armored cruised In the United States navy when the war with Spain was fought is but tons while the largest battleship in the In: 1898 had a displacement of hut f r comparative figures give some idea of the size of the and her class Within the com- Inj year two battleships of tons displacement will be placed in com- mission ljut even these will not have the extreme length of the West ginia The collision between frutt Magnolia curred through a confusion ot signals The sustained two or Holes In hull below the water line and was beached high and dry After a careful examination of the vessel and it was disclosed there no danger AT i Oct message Worn today Unit tlie incendiary flro started there last not been extinguished and one ol tlic is in MORE STRIKES AT LODZ Poland Oct of all street car lines and suburban railroads have struck PEOPLE WARNED St Petersburg to the that in case of disorder diers will are posted on every today The city isr cairner on the the measures adopted COMMUNICATION SEVERED Warsaw Oct com- between Warsaw St Petersburg Moscow were severed today in consequence of a fire in telegraph office The strike is in full swing at the factories here PERHAPS A CONSTITUTION Oct dispatch to a from Sfc Petersburg says two of Cossacks at- tacked workmen who were meeting at works a hundred it is re- ported were wounded and seven sacks were injured by stones A dis- patch to the Exchange Telegraph com- from St Petersburg says that Nicholas has decided to grant similar of many he spirit shops During he day pharmacists formally The becoming ned many of them offering their resignations t Reports from the say that hei troops are moving a tew trams but with much difficulty The aie tearing up the tracks in places On the bourse weie very imperial to 88 General believes the strike will exhaust itself 6t the end of the week as the workmen aie without money t WITTE St Oct details have been by The Press Count Witte's interview with Nicholas last week at which it was agreed that the nine tad come to limit the power and give the people a real share in government of the empire The emperor asked County to speak and atter listening to thp statesman's of situation he appeared utterly unnerved by the state affairs and cried out was weary of the struggle and leaving all and Darmstadt hence probably the that the em- was Count told the em- even a could mow save Russia from anarchy It was the emperor's duty to the people and the country to iace tne situation the glasses to abrogate the autocratic power and grant ing a ministry responsible alike to the crown and the representatives of the nation The emperor finally accepted requesting to draft a which form he proved last Sunday count agreed to premiership on condition he name the and report to his majesty only himself as the head of the cabinet HELD Up St Oct plans for loan of have not been completed owing to the refusal the minister of finance to agree to the French terms The have not broken oft but Inasmuch as they have not been or hour may bring events Causing a heavy fall In Russian dealing a most serious blow to The international bankers who here do not seem greatly disturbed by the although they are constantly in of threatening letters from the revolutionists ing them that if they contract a loan Dr Pickard's Lecture the Feature of This Evening's Meeting The opening session of the sixteenth convention ot League of Iowa at Giace M IS church last evening was attended by fully seven out of town besides a of local 1 convention is one ot Uie ever held and u is estimated Mmt meeting bo In Hie city i The meeting Uist evening opened With a hour's son's Jesse of Canada whose singing of sadred songs has U the American The was enjoyed the audience arid delegates the singing of the Canadian serving as n splendid inspiration for the ahead of the convention City then welcomed the delegates In a speech on behalf of the city Hev J T spoke warm of welcome if oC the Waterloo leagues little Mifes Julian welcoming the junior s The feature of the evening was the on by JUDGE POWERS F L QFi FIRST M E WATERLOO Organization Mrs H T R of Sioux City Di Chipperfield is a fluent and speaker and address was listened to with rapt attention An reception was then s In Fiaher The ing the Church ot the Future Mrs T McKlm i A Talk to the Miss Robinson STABBING the visitors bv the local In the oC the chuich very delightful social hour was The meetings today ai e held at the Flist M E chuich An service was conducted from eight to nine o'clock by the famous Monkman which was lowed by an Bible study methods pai ih by L K ot Atlantic C N Pace Lone Tree A C Mt and a closing address by Jesse Monkman Fiom ten a m tbe department conference be- ing conducted by H Kennedy of Miss Cook of Dubuque spoke on Systematic Rev St Clair of Des Monies on Hev G C Port Foit Dodgfe ou Temperance and Prof Berta of Mt Venum 011 Christian Citizenship Di E T of delivered a1 o'clock to Make the Sunday ing Service an Evangelistic The hour ment was to ness which the convention ad- At the gates fiom the foui of the state met and their 011 for the election which will be held at eleven o'clock day The committee will make its report on nominations it this time The two to three this afternoon to a symposium of the and leaders The Rev R T pet field Sioux City Practical Uses of O C King Fred C Ainley Des Moines Rev C D Hoyce oC con- ducted a meeting on Young People and Missions at 3 o'clock and at Junior League Question AT CHURCH m Song inan Canadian p in Rev H N Ten IK SUNDAY 0 n m Love 10 a in in the In the dally papers 12 Sunday 3 p m League rally church t Practical conducted bv Miss Emma Robinson assisted by Mi s IT Fisher 3 p m Men's meeting Two Standards of Life Rev Ellas at Y M C A m Mothers meeting Mrs S T at First church AT GRACE CHURCH p m A model woith League Ruv Dean C Button p in Opening al 7 30 p m Address The of the Young People by Dr J Goucher of p m Closing moments Installation of AFFRAY John Howard Severly Injures Cook Thursday Night Joh J J f- f J f t 5 Iowa Jurist Expires at Dubuque After Long Illness T I I I ormerly Lived at Cedar ami Waterloo Several Years t Sixteen Stitches Were Necessary to Close the Wounds Nashua Iowa Out 27 Special stabbing took place 011 Main last two young men oJ city which seriously lor one ot the John Howard John Cook both bo s eighteen 01 twenty years age KOt Into an catkin over some trouble ot two or three weeks ing and Cook five times twice ou the right arm twice Judge Joseph B Powers father oft Mrs C W Chapman of this city nd at his home at late Wednesday night after a year's illness and attorneys were better known the state thah Judge Powers lie came to Palls In and in Waterloo The Dubuque Telegraph of this morning gives the following of tho life of Judge Judge Joseph B Powers one of ths best known citizens of and a member of the local Bar association passed away on day o'clock at the ily residence 1499 Bluff street Judge Powers had been ill for than a year before death two voais ago he suffered an attack of grip which left him in a weak con- dition He recovered sufficiently to sumo his work and had been on tho up to within a few On Monday however he had an and went to bed again to remain until His death Mr Powers was born in Worcester Oswego counay Now York educated in the east and was admitted to tho bar In New York In 1860 came west locating at Cedar Later he Avent to Waterloo where he lived eight years For the past ty he had made his home No lawyer in the state known As a member of the ture fiom Black Hawk county arid later district attorney his ler- gal reputation throughout At the expiration of bis term of he to Dubuque as a member of the firm of Powers inson since then Powers Lacy Brown lie from this firm eral ago j Judge Powers active in REJECTED BY OSCAR on tho left n m In the Cor Cook the cut oil the was not or It might have proved fatal The cuts oil in ms Meie e and sixteen by the wore to close the wounds was quite weak from loss blood but It Is not No Bernadotte May Sit on Norway's Throne section met O M fortl secretary for the Sunday school under the leadership ada The remainder of Hie afternoon without the consent of the notional sembly it will be repudiated NICHOLAS TO PLEE St Petersburg Oct 27 czar is thoroughly alarmed for his own safety Although his palace at is rounded bv soldiers is practically a prisoner in his own home the food he brought to him from wai ships anchored in the bay With cannot com- pel the railway employes to run a train Petersburg teen miles There are rumors that the czar is contemplating flight It is that the yacht Polar Star is lying off Cronstadt constantly under steam and that the smaller yacht Strella is held in waiting at the wharf emergency use Wore Honors to Togo General For- eign News the wounds are dangerous happened as the boys In company with a number other young men were going home from the entertainment given by Cook and Howard In the argument Cook put his hand ou der and it waa then that Howard slabbed him him five times pocket knife Young Is a son of E H of the hardware firm of hon Howard and Cook son oC Ham Cook who is hi the employ oC Is a member the high school and neither one has a bad reputation Cook is employed In Kitchen Harker Pent ley's store No have vet been made There was a trail of blood for two civic in Dubuque up to his very death In 1893 he was one of the of the citizens party ana was elected to the city council He was a member of the Citizens Reform club a member of the Dubuque Bar association and a trustee of the company lie Is survived by MB wife and three daughters Charles Chapman of Waterloo Mrs Harry Orrick ana of this y The arrangements have not as yet been completed Services will be in Dubuque and burial will take place at Cedar Falls on Saturday afternoon ti A Victor Sins Senator Must SESSION RESUMED The Rival Commerce Conventions at Work Again Today Oct rival inter- ALARM INCREASES St Oct the afternoon yesterday the alarm in St Petersburg increased The meat kets were raided by anxious and all the oil and candles were sold out The people feared would be plunged into darkness General Trepoff acted energetically The troops took possession of the wa- ter wab and electric light works and a strong guard was placed around Ihc treasury Jewelers hurriedly sent their stocks to places of safe keeping and the keepers continued the work of ing up their windows until night The began ing Into the outlying districts and In- their comrades to join them state commerce law their session convention rer today without any indication of a tory spirit The so called Antis re- cessed soon after convening the lutions commission not being ready to report At the Regular convention committee's resolutions supporting supervision of rales was adopted given to visiting the exhibits and to various table meetings WARD PICKARD NIGHT One of the principal features of the convention will be the lecture given at Grace M JS evening by Dr Ward pastor of Cleveland Ohio on The that Jack Built Dr is one of the greatest the country and The House That Jack Built ha's proven one oi the most popular lectures of The league in seeming Dr and the that the ture this evening will draw a house An admission fee Ol five cents will be charged is program for this and Sunday service at Grace m The House That Jack Built Hev Ward Pickard pastor of Epworth rial church Cleveland Ohio AT CHURCH 6 a fashioned presided over by B ford Fonda service led by brothers a con- ference by Professor Ellas Problems needs a on cial purity Young Women and Social Mrs S R Ferris W A Cedar a end oE the league Making Things by state Address by state treasurer IT p song vice p church p of her sinking police and troops did not Inter- went to Major but by General 1 P Clark Appointed Cedar la pet Charles A of this city been appointed judge advocate eral of the G A R Cleveland for New York N Former has ten a George U Clellan in mayor of New 7 indorses the for re-election p Address by President J W lin of U I U Fayette Iowa p department conference The New and Us Work Rev Troy Iowa The Monthly Missionary Meeting Its Purpose C H Seward born for the meeting Miss Gay CHaritOn Iowa Practical session p CBy Associated Stockholm OU Oscar definitely declined an offer of the throne to a prince of the house of Bernadotte and in a loiter to thp president of the Storthing finally severs his connection with Norway MORE HONORS FOR TOGO Toklo Oct men's association has given a grand tion to Admiral Togo The people of Toklo continue feting the officers and men of Vice Admiral squadron has sailed for CHARLES IN PROSPECT Paris Oct has reached the highest quarters hero definite ments have been made whereby Prince will accept the throne of Norway following a cite Nov 12 CRISIS IN SPAIN Madrid Oct ministerial crisis has become keener because ister of Marine Villanueva ob- to President Loubet bestowing the grand cross of the Order of the gion of Honor on him after he has con- ferred the grand collar a higher dec- on the minister of war Gen The action of Villanueva ated a serious incident and is ening a disruption of the cabinet The marine minister has written to Pre- mier Montero Rios refusing the red insignia and maintains that as head of the navy he should not receive a lower decoration than the heads of The official nation is that Gen Weyler received the collar because he previously had re- grand officer President visit to Madrid was concluded last He was accompanied to the station by King Alfonso and left for Lisbon at o'clock He will reach the Portuguese frontier early tomorrow morning blocks where the light Cook was taken Dropped Towa Oct J W Near of Madrid dropped dead last night while sitting In his to his wife He was a prominent attorney ns OF of Expires at Noon Iowa Oct Hersh twenty-six years old died at the home of his ter Airs Jacob Freed northeast ot town He Imrl been sick several weeks with disease His parents who live at Polo III at his side at the time oC had been operating his father's near ton He was a nephew N B of Barclay township and a cousin of Charles Hersh an I and engineer at Waterloo Short services will be held at the Freed home at 10 o'clock Sunday and remains will he taken to Littleton for burial Foit Dodge Iowa October Victor B Dolliver got hot under collar when he discovered that a large bag of tine chestnuts which had warded to him at Fort JDodge froni one of his ft lends had fallen Into the hands at his brother Senator T P had earned the friendship of a number of Fort Podge people by them away The ex- pressman who delivered the chestnuts supposed that they were the common of the two brothers Victor announces that Senator Dolliver must the chestnuts as soon as an 01 dei can be filled troni ithe south GOING Taft Leaves Washington lot night Tor Isthmus f Washington D C Oct of War Tatt will leave ton tonight for Hampton Roads and from there will sail f He will make a personal investigation of conditions fit Panama Dentil Parkersburg Iowa Oct Geb Arns died here very suddenly this morning of heart trouble She had not been sick and her death was unexpected An adopted son working for the Waterloo Hardware company was summoned home on count of the death Big Cabbage Yield Iowa Oct a representative of a Kansas City commission firm was here the fore part oE the week and contracted for a dozen car loads of cabbage It Is that the farmers liere haye raised enough of this vegetable to mit of the shipment of about twenty car loads The top price is a ton With ground will yield from to seven tons an acre PATRICK LOSKS Suit Truer Town Oct 27 An Interesting and Important damage case has just been tried at Toledo It- is Interesting because a man named Atkinson sued the city Tor a fall on a smooth-surfaced cement walk asking for Jury cd The case will he pealed to the high court It Is a novel cause for as the fall wan made Ice and snow that aie ual concomitants to such The trial lasted five days and fifty witnesses wore examined Ills Appeal by tlic Court Associated Albany N Y Oct Tlie court of appeals denied a motion for oi the appeal of Albert T from sentence of death for the killing of the aged millionaire Vendetta at the opera house tow night 20 and 30 cents Have You Idle DEPOSIT It With Tho Waterloo Sayings Bank -1 O T FREE The Christian Science organization have opened a reading room in room 520 Lafayette block The of the ave open 16 all followers oE the science i With N Dougherty He Ls Discharged by III Oct inons In the county court yesterday sustained to the O J man of the finance committee of the for of- fice In permitting N to carry on his alleged defalcations un- disturbed The court held the ment did not specifically set forth the duties which the defendant failed to perform TIME Skinny says a good time afc do newsies picnic ho win all do money shootin Leader MANY Practical and prudent men know the truth of the old adage The Best UK but when it comes to fire some of them weakly to the tion to drive a sharp and go in for cheap insurance They do not to invite or to boy trouble but fire A in to that a man who HAS HAD A FIRR win not listen to any proportion wants the He U to pay tbe price He it to IMM a company back of him Take my advice now insurAnce with the Old The of write the I for the 1 1 N SY 1 1 i M t J i
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