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Marble Rock Journal (Newspaper) - April 28, 1904, Marble Rock, IowaCrossing Siver in Over crowded boats hundreds drowned. Fort Arthur again reported to be effectually asks to be relieved of his High summary of work done in berate and House by the lawmakers at tie fifty eighth. Session. Washington. April Bill was introduced in the Senate saturday pro Viding for the appointment by the presi Dent of a commission to revise the pen Sion Laws and report to the next pension of Congress. In the House an amendment to the general deficiency Bill providing ?10.000 for the proper disposition of the j remains of victims of the explosion on the battleship Missouri was adopted. Famous mormon Leader has two of them were United to him at one wedding. Two women and four Chil Dren lose their lives in an awful manner. Rumor current that the fire grew Washington april feature of thursdays hearing in the Smoot Case before the Senate committee on privileges and elections was the Testi Mony of Angus m. Cannon for 25 years president of the largest mormon stake in the world. The testimony was of a personal character dealing with the out of troubles connected with a j convict Iii of the witness on charges of strike of italians j polygamous cohabitation and was i yesterday Bills passed included Meas London april correspondent of res ratifying agreements with the indians of the Devil s Lake. Rosebud and the times cabling from be Schwang s that a messenger has arrived there from the Yalu River with the information Flathead reservations located respectively in North Dakota South Dakota that the russians Are fleeing North i and Montana. The House passed the across the River in overcrowded boats general deficiency Bill. Leaders in j both branches of Congress Are in har Mony on the question of adjournment i next week with thursday the 2sth, Ami Are losing hundreds by drowning. Japs Force being United. London. April l As Tho Date most favored. Washington d. A april of the Standard at tientsin s that Jap anese troops Are now embarking from Korea and possibly Are being reinforced by the forces on the Yalu River. From v Inch the russians have practically of the Day Sosner ser pa., april out break More disastrous than the riot at in last january has born hourly expected at the town of Garrett the scene of the mining operations of the Garrett Coal company the Somerset Coal company and other lesser operations. Trouble has been brewing there Ever since the inauguration of the miners strike five months he be protected from any peril or liability to prosecution for what he revealed. When assured that his plural marriages under the statute of limitations could not be used As evidence against him he answered most of the questions asked. The same frankness was not apparent however when the witness was pressed to reveal the nature of the oath he had taken in the endowment House. Like other wit Nesses he declared that the sacredness milled swept away by flies conflagration rages in the Canadian City of Toronto for Many hours. More than 120 buildings Are burned is estimated at 250 firms put out of business. The news in Brief i the House passed the slate Advance ordered. That slate Paris. April St. Petersburg j shall be created of the territories correspondent of the Patti parisian says i of and new Mexico and okla Tiv. 111. Question of additional a commode the sinkers have been parading j tha oath rom tons in the Way of office and commit-1 streets openly armed and they Laiming k to the Cannon Tes p rooms occupied the attention of the i Nave prevented the moving of the died Thal he had Euall living household goods of incoming miners i his frs Ven lord on the matrimonial lie has Learned that Gen. Kuropat Lun has ordered the Advance of the russian forces which Are massed in Northeast Ern Korea and that a brigade of in Horna and Indian territory. The vote was 147 to 114. Washington. April 21 Senate wednesday listened to a set speech of Fautroy. of cossacks is within j almost two hours duration on the trusts by senator Dolliver. And Ai in cards com a Hundred ersts of the Banks of the to Nien River. Port Arthur doomed. London april Tokio correspondent of the daily Telegraph says that port Arthur undoubtedly is effectually blocked and that events arc culminating around the doomed for Tress. Russia s War expenses. Paris april dispatch to the Temps from St. Petersburg says the Cost of the War up to april 5, in All branches of the service is officially estimated at the Cost by june will reach if the War lasts is months it is estimated that the total Cost will be asks to be believed. St. Petersburg april Alexieff has applied by Telegraph to the emperor to be relieved of his position of Viceroy in the far East. It is expected that the request will be immediately granted. It is not expected that a successor to Viceroy Alexieff will be appointed As the importance of the Post of Viceroy has disappeared from the Rai Road station to the new company houses. Sis burned to death. A horror that May or May not be sea was his marriage or two Sisters named Mousey in is a one ceremony Only being employed to tipi a them. Connected with the strike situation at new York democrats. Garrett. Was the burning to death of two women and four children in their state convention at Albany instructs Home at that place Between the hour National delegates for Paiker of two and three o clock tuesday morn for president. Ing. The victims were mrs. J a and her two Dai e enters. La pc y am a of the sundry civil appropriation Bill. The House after an Cinda and Annie aged co and eight erotic state con Ennon for the election extended debate sent the approx years respectively and her son Rich i of delegates to the National convention privation Bill Back to conference. A Bill providing for the allotment of the lands of the new York indians was passed. Washington april pension appropriation Bill carrying an appropriation of Over and emergency. River and Harbor appropriation Bill which carried were passed thursday by the Senate. The House passed a Large number of Bills among them being one to provide a temporary government for the Panama canal zone. Owing to the result of the War. Skry Lofe his enemy. The immediate cause of the Viceroy s application is reported to be the appointment of vice Admiral Scrydloff one of Admiral Alexieff s strongest ene Mies and sharpest critics As successor to the late vice Admiral Makaroff in far East. The cause of the enmity Between Alexieff and Scrydloff it is impossible to learn. It is bellied. To be deeper than a Mere difference of opinion As to the policy to be pursued in the far East. Scrydloff has not hesitated in talking 10 his friends to charge Alex-1 Jeff with responsibility for the disasters to the Pacific Squadron by Liis of the Fleet which serrated four armoured cruisers at Vladivostok and stationed the Varia and Koriel at chem Leo. When Alexieff severs his connection with the far Eastern question none of the men responsible for the policy Pur sued before the War will be in Power m. Besobrazoff having already lost the Confidence of his majesty and Tho advisory committee s duties at present being purely perfunctory. By his withdrawal from the far East Alexieff will not Only lose the dignified position of direct representative of the emperor but the salary of and an allow Ance of s25.0uo per annul. Scrydloff Given full Powers. Paris april correspondent of the Echo a Paris at St. Petersburg says that in the course of the audience be tween the emperor and vice Admiral Scrydloff his majesty conferred upon the Admiral full Powers to act at port Arthur in accordance with the necessities of the moment. Will wait for More troops. Paris. April St. Petersburg correspondent of the journal says a Friend of Gen. Kuropatkin has received a letter from him in which the general says he intends to await the arrival of tie with the japanese. Makaroff s body identified. Paris april to the St. Petersburg correspondent of the Petit Parisien a dispatch received from port Arthur says that Many mutilated corpses have teen cast ashore and it is affirmed that fragments of uniform enabled the authorities to identify one of the bodies As that of vice Admiral Makaroff. Must vote for Olney. Massachusetts delegates to demo cratic National convention Are instructed. Boston april an overwhelm ing vote the Massachusetts democratic convention at Tremont Temple on thursday instructed four delegates at Large and 20 delegates from the various congressional districts of the state to support Richard Olney of this City for the presidential nomination at the democratic convention at St. Louis next july. Four delegates at Large pledged to the support of Olney were elected and the supporters of. William r. Hearst of new York As the presidential nominee of c it a Volu us Tuu Ulutu cd 200. The following were elected Dele sates at Lars William a. Gaston. Of i Boston Patrick a. Collins of Boston William l. Douglas of Brockton and John r. Thayer. Of Worrester. The platform adopted consisted of a single endorsement of or. Piney s candidacy and instructions of the Dele Gates to Vole As a unit for him. Ard. Aged five years. The two other victims were Young children of Lucinda. The House was a one and one Ward Murphy or of Troy George selected the following de Legates at Large David b. Hill of Albany de called. Four years sentence. I must not wed. St. Louis mo., april after a heated discussion it was decided by Khe St. Louis association of con Vega Minista is and churches that Charles e. Castaic a divinity slide it. Should be allowed to preach in Las Sappington Church provided that he remains unmarried. Thomas f. Mcgarry prominent Mich Igan attorney to be punished for water Deal fraud. Allegan Mich., april f. Mcgarry a prominent attorney to was convicted former City attorney Lant k. Sais Biry and turning Over to him the Boodle fund in the Lake Michigan water Deal was saturday sentenced to four years in the state Reform Atory at Ionia. Mcgarry s conviction was recently affirmed by the state supreme court. He is the first of the men arrested As a result of the water Deal to receive a prison sentence. Burglars use dynamite. Blow open Bank Safe in Clay City. Ind and escape with Clay City. Ind., april farm Toronto ont., april total loss by the Are which destroyed the whole Sale District of Toronto tuesday night i will according to the most conservative estimates reach the total insurance is the area swept i by the fire embraces 14 j persons Are thrown out of employment. The principal warehouses of the City were reduced to ashes and nearly 250 firms were put out of business. The area covered by the fire is three blocks in length and varies from half a. Block to two blocks in Width. Every building on Bay Street from Melinca Street South Ward to us Esplanade at the River front was wiped out and the fire spread on Wellington and front streets and the Esplanade along the water front from their intersection Bay Street for distances of a few Hundred feet to a whole Block. The total number of buildings destroyed were Street East Side. 20 Sido so Wellington Street Porth Side. 12 South Side 7 front Street North 22 South. 27 Esplanade. 4 Piper Street 1. The fire started in a factory in Wellington Street about nine o clock tues Day inight. In less than an hour the fire hid spread on both sides of the Street until the whole Block was a mass of flames and the fire was beyond the control of the local department. It was believed at 11 o clock that the fire was under control but a sudden shift in the wind again fanned the flames into a Roar and Clouds of Sparks and burning brands were carried Down Side streets until three entire blocks were doomed. The firemen were Mak ing a Gallant fight amid the falling buildings and a mass of tangled wires but their efforts at Midnight were fruit less. Russia would like to s be what China is holding. Half Story log building and the women and children were sleeping in the up Ehret of new York City and James w. Ridgeway. Of Brooklyn. As alternates per Story. Or. It Ojers and Jonas it selected c Bulger of Oswego Sullivan a Boarder were asleep on Caryl Ely of Buffalo c. H. Ackerman. The first floor. They were awakened of Brooklyn and Francis Burton har by the smoke and the noise made by Rison. Of new Yorr. Among the District the fire and had barely time to save i presidential electors Are i Sailor their Hes by Rushing from the by id j Straus Robert b. Roosevelt Hugh j. Ing. The Sci Imus in the upper Story perished without help and their Bod ies were ail reduced to ashes. An to ugly Sunior. The origin of the fire is unknown. Grant. Herman Ridder and John d. Crimmins. The delegates were instructed by a vote of 301 to 149 for Alton b Parker As the state s candidate for president. The platform adopted is vote As a unit. It May never be known but Rumor j Brief and in addition to instructing the foreigners could have for such a crime has not been developed. Two j connects me out of the miners strike. The strikers Lay the origin of the fire to a number i of italians who Are working for the i Bank punished. Garrett Coal company but what motive sentence is passed on three prominent Long prison Terras. Cars and merchants Bank was entered italians have been arrested charged by burglars wednesday night who j with setting fire to the Meyers House. Blew open the Safe and escaped with the Only evidence thus far against the j Indianapolis ind., april the front of the building two italians was a statement made by Broderick. President and a. L. Col blown across the Street. Loss covered by insurance. Renominated. Grand rapids Mich., april Gressman William Alden Smith was unanimously renominated thursday afternoon by the Republican convention of the fifth congressional District. Delegates to the National convention were elected As follows William Juci son of grand rapids and Herman f. Grand Haven. The Dele Gates were instructed for president Roosevelt. Senator Fairbanks of in Diana was endorsed for vice president. Acquitted. Grand , Mich. April senator David e. Burns a n. Meyers in which he alleges that they ins cashier of the Indiana National i Llpyd a Bouef up viral slavs Aco Bank at Elkhart. Were sentenced to buy some butter and that when told thursday by judge Anderson of the that Meyers would not sell butter to United states District court on their scabs they left swearing vengeance pleas of guilty to violations of the the idea that the italians committed banking Laws which resulted in the this crime has taken hold of the people failure of the Bank for Brod of Garrett pretty generally and the Erick was sentenced to the penitent feeling against them is running High. Diary for ten years and Collins for six years. Walter Brown director of the makes ascent of mount Etna. Bank member of the Republican state Catania. Sicily. April committee from the tenth District and Ayi Iliam on wednesday made the ascent member of the staff of gov. Durbin of mount Etna. When the emperor and was sentenced to eight years in the his party arrived at Monte Rosa where Leavenworth Penitentiary for Partick the Road ends they found 13 mules pation in the wrecking of the Bank. Awaiting them on which it was expected they would continue the ascent but the j emperor declined the use of the , i saying that the ah1 invited for a Gridley Monument. Washington april Bates a introduced a Bill wan the Lake Michigan water scan uhf j a the charge of bribery against senator i Burns related to a Bill the emperor the s15 000 for the Crecion of r Foint Monument at Eric. I. To the memory of crop conditions. Active preparations for Corn Plant ing being needed in the South. Washington april weather Bureau s weekly summary of crop condition is As follows in nearly All districts East of the Rocky mountains the week ending april is was unseasonably cold and Eil a Uusi Dot Lor germination and growth. Preparations for planting torn have been Active under favourable conditions in the Missouri Valley and mid dle Atlantic states b it this work has made slow Progress in the Ohio Val Ley. In Missouri and Over the greater por Tion of Kansas and Nebraska Winter wheat has made Good growth but needs warmer weather. Reports from the Ohio Valley respecting this crop continue very unfavourable although a slight improvement in Southern in Diana is indicated. In Illinois wheat has made Little growth and its Condi Tion is less promising than ten Days ago. In Ohio and in Central and North Ern Indiana a Large acreage will to slowed up for Oiher crops. Winter wheat has Rale splendid growth on the Pacific coast especially in Washington and Oregon. Over the Southern portion of the Spring wheat Region the seeding on Spring wheat has been actively carried on. And is nearly finished in Iowa Nebraska and Southeastern South Dakota but in North Dakota and Minn in the upper Ohio Valley very slow Progress with seeding has been made on account of wet soil. In the South Ern states the crop As a whole is do ing Well but is in need of rain in the Carolinas Western Texas and okla homa. For the week ending april 22. Lake navigation will open at least a month later than usual. The american baseball association opened its season on wednesday. Vice Admiral Makaroff s widow has been granted an annual pension of ?10. 000. The Senate committee on privileges and elections has resumed hearing of the Smoot Case. The hawaiian Republican territorial convention has instructed for presi Dent Roosevelt. The Republican convention of the eleventh Missouri congressional District nominated Henry s. Caulfi Iii for con Gress. The town of Maramec located in Nee county Oklahoma was entirely destroyed by fire with a total loss of 000 no insurance. Congressman James h. Davidson of Oshkosh was renominated by the re publicans of the eighth Wisconsin congressional District. Public school teachers pa., have organized a Union which has for its purpose securing increases a salary and other benefits. Or. William r. Brooks director of Smith Observatory and professor of astronomy at Hobart College has discovered a new Comet in Hercules. Henry h. Smith former journal cleric of the House of representatives and a recognized authority on parliamentary practice died in Savannah a. Congressman Joseph w. Fordney was Renom Inamerl at Saslaw 3iir-h by acclamation by the eighth con Gressional District Republican Conven Tion. Prof. Thomas r. Victory aged 71 years Well known among educators As an advocate of phonetic spelling died at his Home in St. Louis from near disease. Albert m. Palmer the theatrical Man Ager of new York has filed a bankruptcy petition in which he gives his liabilities at and says he has no assets. The Coal operators and miners signed an agreement at Des Homes under the terms of which Iowa mines will be operated for the two years dating from april 1 last. The Ohio House passed the Senate Bill for a state Hospital for tiie treat ment of tuberculosis and it will be come a Law As soon As it is signed by the governor. The Vermont Republican state Conven Tion elected four delegates to the National convention at Chicago and instructed them to vote for the nomination of president Roosevelt. John e. Pound United states com missioner and former supreme Regent of the Royal Arcanum died at lock pert. N. Y., aged 62 years. He was stricken with apoplexy. Frank Hayes and Richard Barcoe Hondo mine at Lead. S. D., by the falling of a Cage in which they were being Low ered. The men fell Coo feet. Ralph Cole was nominated for Congress by the eighth Ohio Republican congressional convention on the six Hundred and sixth fourth ballot a. Deadlock had existed for two Days. The Baltimore conference of Thea Fri can m. E. Church adopted resolutions appealing to president Roosevelt for Aid in securing permission for an exhibit at the St. Louis exposition by tha negroes of the country. In an uninteresting general election the democrats swept the state of Louis Iana electing their tickets headed by former Justice x. C. Blanchard for governor and practically a solid representation in both houses of the legislature. Or. Ignatz Friedman a prominent of Cleveland 0., was killed As the result of a collision Between his , in which he was Riding Ami a Street car. Or. Friedman was thrown under the car wheels and his body badly crushed. The Pennsylvania democratic stats convention to instruct National delegates from Pennsylvania to vote for the nomination of judge Alton b. Parker of new York for presi Dent. The delegates full go to St. Louis to instructed. The markets Indiana Bank closed. Mccoy s private institution at kens Selaer will go into voluntary liquidation. New York april 22. Live steers s4 -0 3 w hogs state. by i 21 17 1 10 at 1 22 12 in fit 13 c s2 6 Scomer Stone Laid. Washington. April Corner intone of the memorial which the daughters of the american revolution Are to build in memory of the heroes of that Ivar was Laid tues Day afternoon Frith impressive Ceredo Penitentiary. He was guilty of i thirteen killed. I the of Otto Bauder at Ernest m. J i Steir s the night p. Avalanche from the spit7hora at two o clock tuesday morning swe Hamlet of Muehlbach. The Inha were asleep at tace time and 13 were i killed. Nomination declined. York april Robert b. _ ii Al yet who As a rept the , Agni 20.-a special by the democratic state convention at 10 uie pos intelligencer from Dawson Albany last week has declined to accept .til0 at Suca nomination because of his relation o m this season. I sep to the president. Railway casualties. Washington. April the United states curing october. November and. December last the total number of rail Road casualties aggregated 14.4s3, a de crease of 702. As compared with the pre ceding Quarter. There were Kiuei 175 passengers and 991 employees and 1.907 passengers and employees were injured. The damage by these accidents to cars and roadways amounted to a decrease of heavy heavy sheep daiy eggs i my potatoes p r in mess Vav heat May Corn Ilay. Oat. T fes Drys x in. Milwaukee. Gotta in wheat to. 1 s Ajo pc. Kansas City. A 3 wheat. Lucy. Corn. A Oats to. 2 i g St. Louis. Cattle a of St a t taxis 3 so 4 to 473 a 375 Omaha. S3 75 25 stockers ks.tds.r3. 2 so 5j1 4 5 4 4 is a 00 5 to

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