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Waterloo Daily Courier (Newspaper) - August 18, 1906, Waterloo, Iowa WATERLOO SANTIAGO Earthquake Worse Than First Reported from Valparaiso Discloses Terrible Loses Historical Sketch of the Stricken Metropolis By Associated Press Santiago Aug oil in fearful quake has visited this city Awful consternation prevails here Further Lima Peru kug quake shocks occurred at Thursday night a buildings Troops shot all lagers Many persons by falling walls The survivors are camped on the hills Y.iena del Marta three miles from with a population of twelve thousand population four thousand and population four thousand are reported in Came Thursday Evening Lima Peru was a at Valparaiso Chile at S o'clock Thursday evening As at San the shock was followed by the outbreaking of many fires The flames extending from the Plaza Orden towards the north have not extinguished Many houses have been destroyed and nearly all of them are more or less damaged either by the earthquake of the fire Business is at a complete still are closed The gas supply is unavailable ami lighting system is com- knocked but Consequently at night is in darkness The greatest panic prevails among the inhabitants Many families are from the city i The weather is fair and the sea is calm with Santiago de Chile is interrupted and it is sible to learn what has occurred there Many persons and in- habitants to the sword and carried others away him into an eu life piracy the vicissitudes th clung to Valparaiso In 1730 ai destroyed the town bit from its Valparaiso remained a city for 2 years from the day o its founding until when the is the Spaniards o Chile their in dependence from Spain after ar eight years war and established the Chilean republic Santiago made the but Valparaiso re mained the chief city under the re public In the city for the ond time was practically destroyed earthquake and badly ed again in In Valparaiso was the of the first revolution jn the republic of Chile Pedro Gall o raised the flag of revolt seized the forts Valparaiso and prepared to march or the capital troops ever soon quenched his ambition Tn Valparaiso was laid in time by the guns of a fleet Spain had accused Chile of giving Peru in the war with Spain Admiral in ruins jured in Valparaiso The shocks continue but milder Tho in the port was not injured The which suffered most were Calles Blanco Condell and Esmeralda and those in the district i The disaster came at S p m out the least warning The whole district of granite and gneiss formation was shaken by a most violent The first blow was almost ly followed by of really dreadful violence and at whole rows of houses collapsed berless unhappy victims attempting to Within fifteen minutes a grout number of fires in parts of the later it was that the whole of the ta portion was doomed to destruction No news has boon received from the capital telegraph tions being entirely cutoff but it is feared the disaster there is even greater than at Valparaiso No trains can run owing to in ami there have been numerous landslides OF VALPARAISO has Vicissitudes of Fortune Pareja appeared before Valparaiso on Sept 17 blocKaded if until March 31 and then opened on the town with all the guns of the fleet When he had laid it he sailed away In 1891 Valparaiso again became a revolutionary For a long time congress had been at war with President Congress deposed Balmaceda The army went to Balmaceda and the navy declared for congress ceda seized Valparaiso and the fleet immediately blockaded the city April 28 1891 a naval battle place in the harbor The was grossed rapidly and finally on 28 the captured paraiso after a battle in which army lost in kille and prisoners civil ended soon afterwards with coda's suicide Nature never designed the hill which skirt Valparaiso us th site for a city and yet the Spaniard years ago built one there Cor rea sons best known to themselves Th name of the city means Vale o but the place sadly belie its name An almost mountain feet higl forms a crescent around the bay to ward the shores of which steep rocky escarpments Here an there water courses have cut ravine through the hills Along a strip of sand lying between the se and the cliffs the city is built sf retch On took p ro- Au g Va Ba WEATHER INDICATIONS Chicago III Aug tonight and Sunday V SITUATION Government Will Punish Terrorists With All Severity Many Will be Exiled to Wilds of Siberia 14 Pages Her boe has divorce ami custody of l olu daughter Halph Loo who ii j her iit tho the and The City Valparaiso has been practically de- stroyed by four times was founded by in 1730 and Again in and in the city was badly damaged by quakes history in fact like that of Sail Francisco has been marked frequent earth shocks Even a portion of its foreshore was raised from the sea by a violent con- of nature Valparaiso is one of the oldest towns on the American continent by a Spanish of- ficer 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 the world long Raleigh attempted to found nln colony at almost a tury Jamestown was founded or before the Puritans landed on Plymouth rock The was to be barded and captured by Sir Francis Drake arid liis English sailors after -i began Dec 5 Again in 1590 the town was taken nicked and by Hawkins In the Dutch corsair Van 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 for only i single narrow street a others for three or four but ar short On the south side of the bay ar the spacious suburbs of Nuevo con and Gran Avenida from pass out one of the finest of the thor of Valparaiso the Aveni da do 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 A private cablegram this afternoon from Val paraiso says the lire continues ir the business quarters but is and that business is ed Associated New York Aug Duval Co which does a largo iness in South America has just re- tho following From The town is nearly later when the shakes cease The dispatch was timed a but it Is not known whether it filed yesterday morning or this ing n The case against George man set for trial before Justice rey this afternoon not been heard and it that a con- will be arranged until Aug While Assistant City R B- Slippy was eating watermelon last night he dislocated one side of his jaw The service of a 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 Thomas 1C Watson of Georgia and New York has it red of Uio of the and BOOK back in the democratic fold in time to gel on Bryan barnl on is to lie his portion of calf will not miss burgoo and the This 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 to an advertiser leeking to reach the Waterloo public because of CHARACTER QUALITY and CIRCULATION were have than they up to The Terror SI has been received of another tween Cossacks and peasantry in of Penza In 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 Cossacks had dispatched from the town of 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 he Cossacks whips and sabers the charged and forced the 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 beings In their fury a priest who was assist the wounded and beat him 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 hands in the direction of repression The prevalence of ian strikes and disorders has impelled Premier Stolypin to send another cular to the provincial authorities di- them to spare no efforts to press them and prevent their tion Ho recommends especially the adoption of measures to ascertain the identity of the trouble makers who arc to be arrested and dealt with The members of the social party's armed legion in St Petersburg and Moscow will be banished to remote parts of 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- 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 Baron von the district chief They fired at carriage and wounded the baron's and a soldier who them but Von was lot touched The Attempt on the life was due to his German and activity in suppressing the revolutionary disorders nt Warsaw Aug is now Known hat forty-three persons were killed lore Aug 15 of whom eight were and that eighteen policemen about 100 citizens were wounded aro now 10 not in notice by The plaintiff who a ler R P speer aid trout d in and public that Mr man who tlie rourl for an orilor lo visit his hat his bail left him mut eono home of hor re to jillow Mm f Tho court privilege hour each month In he sh Tiffs in Waterloo The and her t Waterloo JIci pioneer of the county in tho early He Is on aKr jocls ROOT'S TRAIN j Argentina Strikers Injure Several of Secretary's Party h that MVO js her in PROPOSE S B Howard and J F Lacock Visit Jubilee Yesterday Hope to Build Line to by Winter H promoter of the Chicago n Aug Howard and 1 P ami chief engineer Anamosa Northern railway arrived here yesterday afternoon at i o'clock from Waterloo in an automobile called upon Postmaster 13 M who has boon active in inducing an electric lino or other o be built through here They dial they had been at Waterloo and that they wore satisfied that arrangements had now been made whereby the sary money for the of way lands and could bo nil nod Mr that ho was ful of putting a large gang of men in tho railroad ward from Waterloo and chat by ter the track might be laid to the where a bridge be The country hero IK and will require little grading Howard expresses himself as pleased with the character of the try over which they passed and wilh the proffer of support given them by Mr and others in this ily The left about o'clock from the east They will visit various points he route of thu now road Regular Weekly Resolution Begins in Santo Domingo By Associated Press Buenos Aug from Thursday train breaking the In ear and slightly injured several of the Another devolution Capo Aug Santo Domingo advices received here by courier today state lint bands undor command of oral Navarro have landed near Riviere and attacked and captured which was pillaged and abandoned alter twenty persons had boon killed Revolutionists are now to he marching on Monte Christ i that Roosevelt's Rio Do Aug The American on the to report m favor of a liou that individual governments in the conference consider the advisability of present ing the trine to The Hague for not only r collection of of all pecuniary was routed on all sion gard to public debts -T points in the he but The cabinet council at discussed at length he church and state separation the insulting in the government's linn resolve to maintain the Const an tho Die with the tal thai his uro protected f do not thai the railroad lawyers will waste inie in attempting resist uncc Ins woll public An Story O Aug intercut lias been provoked here liy re- ports that at the -close of the recent regarding be of he congressional campaign t resident Roosevelt In bidding by to his predicted er Cannon would be be next dont Mr and declared it would not be so the To his din JK o replied that no necessity Would arise and that oven if him lie would not accept the nominal ion of this nig by Speaker Cannon's and are ol interest in of Speaker Cannon's warm Indorsement by tho congressional convention u Danville 111 home week Mont Inspection Washington Aug packing bouses are beginning to take Interest in tho moat Inspection law Secretary Wilson is receiving many re- quests for inspectors from small have taken concern in he now law because hey do little ness They are apparently convinced Hint only by securing government in- can hey do any business at all and arc proceeding cordingly ami clearing up Wilson is allowing them inspectors as rapidly as possible AN OLD SETTLER Levi B Worcester Was Eighty-six Years Old Resided in Black Hawk County Since 1855 of Lady's L usual i health m the after K where she has IN Un 1 Cm river is to level Mr well proposed DRANK KEROSENE Infant of Nick Saddler of Fox Twp Narrowly Escapes Death by Poison I n In ii C At Hy Press Chicago or this afternoon received a from the police authorities it Midway Ji C a man ug the description of President and ilia Chicago fugitive was under there wired a description of find isle that the be arrested IX of Accident Aug of Shady Grove iff at tho O M ay ami td the of right and in Us at joint Jlr has new outfit which he u.s a week While denning traw from one of the eml was o that amputation roved Inevitable Ho was taken Is home by Mr Mount j was hastily and 10 performed The injury a very painful one and Is still as a f accident Jubilee Aug child of Mr and Mrs Nick Saddlor came near dying a day or two ago as a result of a hall ful of kerosene some manner little toddler got hold of tho fluid and before its mother what it was doing most of the contents of had been taken into he stomach The coal oil made the liule one deathly Rick and a physician was summoned who was obliged to work over it for a long time before it could be given relief It was a very narrow death escape MAN HUNT Mr result A His AVI With City Aug Mack went to bud with a razor and lade knife early this and tacked cutting her In teen places Mrs mother In- n ml rut four limes not wife Is still alive men Sheriff's Fosse In Hamilton ty Seeking Bold Up Men f Evening Webster City Aug Thompson and a of twenty farmers are engaged in a man hunt today in Cass township Two both 4111 known have been lorro the township for i week by holding up farmers at night at the point of revolvers One who tried to cape from them was shot tbu ball missed Yesterday the posse chased ono of I lie desperadoes ten miles without gelling near enough to bring him down Today they are cornered and the woods all over the township searched by ed and determined men i Aug v Knot lias visited Kst accompanied Alcorta he cabinet ters and lie diplomatic corps secretary was at a in hlM honor liy Ani oC the Pint winch by leading UK and upward of be- ing present After an welcome on had by for development country hy of lie out that since time twenty years awo he lale Maine the of American had changed greatly a nation which linen to in lulled had ed in u shod to a creditor nation with a largo surplus and available Cnr posa.l to help oilier attain I lie same position A lina was a country ureal llon and a i I for hy whose aid il be to pay debts and Us republic I lull ed Stales develop Us and also 11 and UK Mr said lie was ui bin so well in ho Republic and he I hey embodied I lie people he I radii ions of of the A HUM vet p This Aug I I tta Summers aged US one of girls ily passed away late xm at St had been on for Slie did receive the f expected and a second operation hut it was n sufferer for live weeks re Is a story in eon Summers death that has ncl been fully verified but seems to founded on far I In of th rades of Die hig centennial week ol nf the of the of the city was lo ride will other who were to In style There were many reasons why Miss Summers should been to this position She young handsome and well liked among her companions She readily consented and assumed the roll given her In the hat she wore It for her to put on a steel re- sembling a corset evening it was that I too small and thai during the long rade the became healed and ami while tired and moving about ally A few later she was taken to St for treat menl lie fourth of July an operation for performed rallied from hi lint no resulted a few days UKO the second round necessary From not recover ami death fame ye afternoon at a to thr relieve her suffering fell last night by he d was did e to was residence tile dead rd nothing ty u.s the news of her death spread the city Keen nl Ihu family evening the mother of said dial had h lie story of Her did wear one on day id parade she admitted lint she bought If was loose fitting The hail told Ilia I the girl was with a and that she said was all she knew concerning the matter WASHINGTON A Simmer Fcr Long Superior Angr K V the hi water launched is fuet long Kate Washington D C Aug am not surprised that the neys of tho railroads of the country an in consultation in order to reach a common conclusion as to the inter- of the new rate said Commerce Commissioner Clements in an interview regarding meet ing of railroad in At- City The ho had urged upon of the railroads the necessity for prompt compliance with tlin provisions of the law and to tin's end have invited them to appoint committees to confer with the com- mission with respect to the tion and publication of tariffs and keeping of account books etc Naturally when the accountants attorneys and managers come together and confer as to what will bo a compliance with new law many contrary views arise that will require advice from the legal departments of the roads It would follow in turn that in to insure uniformity Uio lawyers would want to confer Whether here bo justification for report that they conferring with a view to defeating the purposes of the law I am of course wholly un- advised 1 would not assume any such as that simply because they arc conferring which for the reasons stated would he perfectly reasonable and natural must bo apparent to those railway men who have been inclined to regard tho rail roads as private perty that the time has what do In their must bo an open so that they may have the moans A of 20 i and d bank lo dividend ol litl per rent on all other V II reive a their In response lo a tiled hi Hie by A Joseph and 1 Jolin Theodore an order lie receiver to pay Die dividend nx soon as claims ari filed found to correct Immediately a Her the it was hat tho re- will have all facilities making of oC claim ready at I ho bank In this dividend Receiver voluntarily of honoring claims not upon by court and of himself with Hie held hy tie Chicago Title and Trust company which is to he honored in the of determined by Julius F who that be of hank the declaration of a dividend Last evening at at his home two miles north of Cedar Falls curred death of Levi U otic of the oldest of the and well known as a prosperous er and n man of unusual literary ily Mr Worcester came to Black Hawk county in and since that 11 me had here Deceased was born In N V in ami was thus at the lima of his death pant eighty six years old In he was married to Mary A Irani and to this union three dren were horn Albert T Myron 3 and Louise 1 The family in and settled first in 111 where they remained for- eight months removing at Uie end of tune to Waterloo Here they lived a year and thon settled on thu inna which was at tho ime of his Mr Worcester was of the pence seven years ami held other town and has been prominently identified with the inter- ests of the county Mr Worcester's daughter Mrs David Kenley says that her father had been counting on attending the picnic which Is being held day at park since the organisation of the society Mr Woscester has taken a groat interest hi the meetings and always made it a point to He was present year and many old settlers will recall the fact sadness today AH life Mr was a great reader and wan particularly fond of poetry A f ells of tlie time when as a hoy he helped to shear sheep Mr Worcester Afler dinner while they were resting Mr Worcester would poem after poem always in the manner of one who understood and appreciated what he quoted Mr Worcester was himself thing of a poet and at the old Picnic three years ago Aug 29 He read an original poem The Making of Our Flag The funeral will bold tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock at tho house Helped Co was of tho founders of tho First Congregational church in this city Ho and J H were the leading members of tho hi this vicinity The ly wiis incorporated Inn 1 I the being besides Mosses and Leavitt A p lj C and f P The service held by the was at a school house here on Aug The wero P Hosford J P White Cynthia White cester and wife and John H Leavitt Yesterday's of on N V Today N cilic I to list liy Associated Press York ilion in market almost in furious IK nf Pacific Southern and Pennsylvania of i UK hater in lie wore scored alt thro ugh th LOSS Mill COy X 1 which followed a lorlay factory of Frederick Sons t Co ol Ui hundred and I live out among of in Clinch Mountain Tunnel the Associated Aug re- port that lifty men entombed Jn the Clinch mountain tunnel now under construction by the South and Western railroad was incorrect YACHT HACKS Stan in Aug 18 six sturted today The race was won liy Vim second the second nice Vest LARGEST HONA FIDE CIRCULATION OF ANY IN Deposit your In i Savlijgfl Waterloo Savings only Savings Bank on west aide Most beautiful Cards in the city of Post Card 3 i Albums Henderson Drag
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