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Marble Rock Journal (Newspaper) - August 18, 1904, Marble Rock, IowaIt of my fast taut pm tinges through a Bedge Over swollen cd Kkt. In Colorado. Rioters spill meat. Driver set upon by a crowd at Chi Cago and Load is scattered about Street. To free cars engulfed in the j Hundred lives Are j far serenity nine bodies have j been Becore red. The world s fair flyer on the Denver Rio Grande Railroad near Eden pc even Chicago aug. Connected with efforts of Stock Block deliveries from cold storage Ware houses took place wednesday. There was rioting near the warehouse of a. Booth co. 152 Kinzie Street shortly before noon. One Driver was set upon by a crowd and slightly injured. The con tents of his Wagon was scattered about the Street and the meat wa5 seized by hoodlums who ran in different directions carrying sections of bet res with new York aug. The ultimatum Given the packers by the amal map of the theater of War locations of troops of contest. Axis. Fieger cars and a baggage ear were engulfed in the torrent that Tore Oik a trestle spanning Steeles hollow otherwise known As dry and so Jar As known Only three of the parts of these cars escaped death. Fortunately two sleeping cars and a diner completing the train remained on the track at the Edge of Tho abyss and none of their occupants killed or injured. Seventy sine tidier Keco Vei "1. Careful revision of the lists of Dea-1 bad missing confirms the estimate that not less than 100 lives were lost m the wreck. Seventy nine bodies have been recovered 19 passengers on the arc those affiliated with the so called beef new York aug. Advisory Board of the amalgamated meat Cut ters and Butcher workers Union of North America at a meeting monday night decided to order a strike in new York and Vicinity. Between and men will be called out. Slaughtering stopped at eight o clock this morning Aid will lie in cleaning up so As to Siciu e the Abba Tours in Good condition. Chicago aug. An army of More than 300 pickets the ice Wagon Drivers and helpers Union tuesday i Besan a blockade of the retail Market of a wild career after shooting Deputy Sher Iff Gravelle escapes Frok jail in Honiara. Closely pursued he seeks Refuge in basement of residence of nov. O Toole where he himself. The news in Brief. For the week ending aug. 12. Gen. Rafael Reyes has assumed of fice As president of Colombia succeed ing Senor Marroquin. Democrats and populists of the fourth Nebraska District fused and nominated Charles Gilbert York the Steamer Sierra which sailed from Sydney n. 8. W., August 8th for san Francisco has of Board a Gold. A woman was burned to death and three persons were injured in a fire in Chicago which caused a loss of Kun Kaki r Foffi Strain Are missing and ten other per a business of cd bobs Are reported missing who ate not including big i non n Frt to a a Hartl fit i lift i downtown meat stores and before the cold storage warehouses one picket or More was assigned to duty to prevent delivery from the Stock Yards or else where. The Union s determination to i extend the strike to the Coll storage positively known to have been on the in Tifilo thir Lio bodies of the missing victims have sucked into the Quicksand and will never be recovered. Bodies shipped Avray. French statesman Dies. T 4 1.1 Fri Mandan n. D., by cutting her Throat Veston Pondt with a knife. Asher is thought to have House near Helena last september of been insane. The democratic convention of tha giant powder which was used a wreck ing Northern Pacific trains escaped seventh Kansas District nominated m. From the Lewis and Clark county Jiu j s Belisle. Of lamed for Congress by thursday afternoon after probably a i acclamation. Tally shooting Tony Korizek a Deputy sheriff. The escape took place at two o clock James h. Montgomery a. Ii. Pm. D., vice College and a scientist of National reputation died As Gravelie was about to be led from j at Meadville a. The jail to the court room in the county the International building across the Street Deputy sheriff Korizek and jailor Jones were shipment of bodies to Points outside this state have been made As follows George a. Beck to Princeton ind. Opt. Frank Bodenan to Florence miss Carrie 0. Bishop to Hart Ford Conn. Alfred e. Hoes to Clin ton 111. Robert w. O Bannon to la Trout. To. Elsie Roland to Linds Borg Kan. Mrs. L. A. Stevens to Northampton mass. Miss Lottie Shoup to fort Wayne ind. Mrs. Mary Welch to Chicago and mrs. A. Yea Gla to Lima 111. Recovering the bodies. Five Hundred men scanned every Inch of the River and its surroundings a few hours after Daylight they waded in the Stream and carried out mud beg rimmed bodies which were at widely separated Points some of them Miles from the scene of the Accident. A second party farther Down tie River found several persons entangled id a mass of debris thought to have been part the1 baggage car Whlon was literally torn to pieces. In a Short time a Large number of bodies were dug out of the Sand Here. On3 woman was completely buried save oae foot which stuck above flip Ler. Borne bodies were found lodges in the shrubbery along the Banks others in the wreckage in mid-strean1 Many half buried Iveth Only an Arm or a bit of clothing to reveal their whereabouts. Warehouses came As a Surprise to the packers. It Means according o Union officials that truck teamsters Are now involved As they haul meat from the cold storage plants. St. Joseph mo., aug. Packer estimates that Over a Quarter of a million dollars has been lost to wage earners Here since the strike was inaugurated a month ago. But the employees of the packing houses have not been Ibe Only losers. The railroads the Street railway company and Stock growers have suffered heavily. If losses to All lines were computed the estimate would run beyond of the men who struck about two thirds have returned to work. Battleships a crts Siebs escape from auth Vas. Japanese Fleet said to have taken place but result is of the War. Parkler is notified. He accepts and says if elected he will not be candidate for a second term. Esopus n. Y., aug. Alton b. Parker on wednesday received formal notification of is nomination for the presidency of the United states As the Che Foo aug. Destructive blow at the russian Fleet is believed to have been struck by Admiral Togo off port Arthur. In a desperate Battle which raged ail Day the Jap anese Admiral Ivas at least partially foiled the attempt of he port Arthur Fleet to escape. The full results of the Battle Are unknown. Driven desperate by the terrific fire from the japanese land batteries around port Arthur c a russian Fleet consisting of Tea Large warships emerged from the Arbor Early in the morning and made a. Wild dash for the open sea. Admiral Togo immediately gave Chase and the Battle ensued. Accepting gave Public expression for the Che Foo. Aug. To chs following an operation former pre Mier m. Waldeck Rousseau passes away. Paris aug. Premier Wal deck Rousseau died wednesday after noon As the result of an operation. Pierre Marie Erneste Waldeck Rous seau born at Nantes France de Cember 2, 1s4g, and was a son of Rene at that time a prominent member of the Assembly. Waldeck Rousseau studied Law at Saint Lazare where he practice for some time be fore settling at Rennes. There he made i his first Entrance into politics being elected Deputy in 1879. He then became i prominent in the ranks of the Republican Union which was very conspicuous in opening the Way for innovation and the present republicanism and was consid ered one of the most prominent orators of the Assembly. His Best work was for the Reform of the judiciary. He was re elected on August 21, 1881, and on no vember 14 of the same year although Only 35 years old was admitted into Gambera s Cabinet As minister of the Interior. In 1886 he was elected senator although he was not present at the elec Tion. In 1ss9 Waldeck Rousseau was entered at the bar of Paris and since then pleaded some of the most important cases of the time. He also favored a re , us uie Case. On june 22. 1s99, Waldeck Rosseau was called upon typographical Union convention at is. Louis selected Toronto Canada As the place in which in the office when the former led Gra to hold its next annual convention. Velle out of the cell room. Suddenly j Paul f. Knefel former banker Gravelle pulled a revolver and fired nearly 50 years a respected and wealthy twice at the Deputy his bullets taking citizen of Chicago sentenced to effect in Korizek s breast a few inches Joliet prison for passing from his heart. Jones was not armed j checks. And threw up his hands. Gravelle or Eugene n. T a former Cap dered the Jailer to open the door of i Tain of the opted states army com the jail which he did. Gravelle ran i fitted suicide in his room in the grand one Block eastward where he tried to j hotel san Francisco by inhaling ilium mount a horse. He was too hotly j Inai ing Gas. Pressed however and continued his j the United Button crop any a Dela Sriro it Atli to i a moment later Graville took Refuge was declared an involuntary in the Alley beside gov. O Toole s House j bankrupt in the United states court at from which he emptied his revolver at j Wilmington. His pursuers. There Gravelle wounded ran into the basement of the gov Tho Barringer Gold located near Gold , n. C., Rowan county error s House where he blew out his was suddenly flooded with water Caus brains. Ing the ins ant death of eight men pm Gravelle was convicted fire months played in. The mine ago of sending threatening letters to j the repair shops of the american officials of the Northern Pacific of refrigerating transit company include Ishom he demanded it was j ing 65 refrigerator cars were totally first Tim of his views on the issues of the latest information obtainable the to form his own ministry and after hav 1 proved that he had dynamited North Ern Pacific trains and property in an. Effort to blackmail the company. He was captured after a Long Campaign that Cost the Northern paci8c he was sentenced to ten years in the Penitentiary. Gravelle had been in the Penitentiary twice before. He was a Range rider and cattle rustler and was regarded As a dangerous and desperate Man. Destroy villages. Turks and kurd Butchar armenians insurgents take bloody revenge. London aug. The Tabriz. Per Sia correspondent of the daily news in a dispatch dated August a says july 13 a band of armenian revolutionists appeared near Outch Milissa. Turkish Arm j excuse attacked and destroyed the vol i Lages of Outch Milissa burned at St. Louis entailing a losses timoted at Sangford Wolf a Farmer living near Moweaqua 111., was arrested at his Home charged with the murder of Thomas Stringer. The men had been enemies for some the. After a shut Down of two weeks the China Pembroke Webster Cotton Mills at Suncook n. H., opened in part the operatives returning under a reduction of 12% per cent a wages. After a session lasting All night at Lincoln the democrats and populists of Nebraska completed their state ticket. The division of offices gives the popu lists the governor and four others and the democrats three. Fire in the Grain elevator of the sheets Bros company in the Southern portion of Cleveland 0., caused damage to the extent from s75.000 to Usu. Due elevator contained almost bushels of Grain. Campaign. The notification was brought Sian Squadron has not returned to port1 to him by representative Champ Clark of Missouri As chairman of a committee Arthur. On the morning of August 10 ing been successfully in office for Over three years he resigned in june 1902, the Squadron put of whore heavy his ministry havin thelor Gest duration without doubt the great major ill j in the Union. Or. Clark in a Brief Speed were drowned like rats in a trap when the cars were plunged without a moment s warning into the whirling water 35 feet deep 100 feet wide and Cabinet under the Republican regime. Representing every state and territory Cann Nading was heard for several hours. The result of Battle is not known and nothing definite has been Learned regarding either Squadron. It death of George c. Vest. Is reported that the japanese protected i informed the candidate of his Nomina Tion and presented to him a formal communication signed by the committee. Standing Bare headed during a Brief with a current Strong enough to carry j Luu in the which had lasted thousands of pounds of weight nearly mile before subsiding. Trains collide disaster at crossing in Sother and three children Are killed. Chicago aug. Persons were killed and 12 Hurt in the wreck of a Baltimore Ohio local passenger train tuesday afternoon at five o clock when string of heavily loaded freight cars on the Alton tracks crashed into it at the crossing at Archer and Western avenues. A Mother and her three sons make up the list of dead. The father was taker. To the mercy Hospital with both legs broken. The Accident is said to have been due to carelessness on the part of j the crossing tender and the members of the Crew of the freight train which though on the Alton tracks belonged to the Erie Railroad. Matthew the tender. since soon after Daylight judge Parker accepted the nomination and set Forth his views in a speech that evoked fre quent and Hearty applause. He spoke for a Little More than half an hour. His pledge not to accept a second term if he was elected aroused instant interest which increased to marked enthusiasm when the speaker went on to explain position. The ceremony was held on the Lawn at Rosemont under the Trees at the North of the House and was attended by upward of Coo people whom came from new York City with the notification committee on the Steamer Saga Forest Eire in Wyoming. Lander wyo., aug. Forest fire is raging in Trie wind River mountains Between this place and and already is reported to destroyed a Large area of Timber. The fire is w--1 ing East Cruiser Kasai was Aff round is land in the recent engagement. The russian ships before leaving port a thur took of Bird heavy stores machinery and material for ship repair ing. Slash tev of japanese. St. Petersburg. Aug. Telegram from Che Foo cited August 7 says tha according to chinese information a fierce Battle was fought on the land Side of port Arthur. The japanese Are reported to have been repulsed with great loss the killed a one being estimated at 000, while the russians lost about the Telegram says that Lieut. Gen. Stoessel was personally a command and that the conduct of tee russian troops was spi Elcid. St. Petersburg. Aug. Gen. Stoessel. Commanding the russian Mili tary forces at port Arthur in an undated dispatch to the emperor i am Happy to report that the troops pulsed All the japanese attacks of july 27 and with enormous losses the prison s enthusiasm was a. The Fleet assisted in the defense bombarding the japanese flank. Our during the three jays Nas about 0 men and 40 officers killed or Woun i Aix oiling w chinese prisoners the japanese lost As Many the losses were so great that enemy has not had time to remove a dead and chinese attack London. Aug. Tientsin Cor Oon Dent of the Standard says that chinese bandits attacked the Ian Camp in the Tieh a 1. The russians were taken in and had Many killed. They also after a lingering illness venerable sex to United states senator from Missouri Jasses away. Sweet Springs mo., aug. After lingering for weeks Between life and death former senator g. G. Vest passed peacefully away tuesday morn ing. He had Baen so near death for the Pas t three Days that the end came without a struggle. He was conscious until about two o clock sunday morn ing when he Sank into a state of coma from which he never aroused. George Graham Vest was born at Frankfort ky., december 6, 1830, and Gougan Kar Bazar and Sacco Butch few miam coat we. A negro aged 22 left or org men and out raging . Two Tufe criminal a St mo., a free Man after having been tried five times for tue murder 01 his Mother two years ago. And having been sentenced to be hanged. George w. Morgan new York state Large armenian bands marching to Sas 1 Sun to help the insurgent Leader an 1 Stranak attacked tha Garrison at 1 Sou Zory and gout Hagh for revenge on july 25. At Dawa bombs were thrown into these places killing Many and severe fighting ensued. A major Ity of the soldiers were killed and the garrisons resembled graveyards. One band forced its Way through the kurd ish tribes towards a Jess. The num Ber of soldiers killed amounted to Sev eral invade sacred City. Five thoth said British troops occupy ii Hassa the capital of Tibet. London aug. Gen. Macdon Ald with British and Indian troops occupied Lhasa the capital City graduated from Center College Ken-1 of known As the sacred City at i noon last wednesday. The marching Tucky in 1s4s. He completed his Law course at the Transylvania University in 1853, and moved to Missouri the same year. He was in the Missouri Senate when the War broke out. He went with the South and became a con federate senator. He was elected to the United states Senate in 1879, and served until december 1903, when on account of failing health he retried to his daughter s Home at St. Louis. St. Louis aug. All the municipal offices were closed for two hours thurs Day and the flags on City institutions .72 at a i Niaomi during the funeral of former senator George Gra Ham Vest who died tuesday at Sweet Springs. Mo., and whose remains were Laid to rest in Bellefontaine cemetery in this City. The services which were very simple were performed by Rev. John c. Shale Ford. Of Sweet Springs at the grave. Of British soldiers into Tibet is the Cost astounding event in a thousand years Asiatic history. For years Lhasa has been the most hallowed spot in Asia. I it is the religious Metropolis of the Budd Hist world. For centuries Tibet has i been the forbidden land. Its capita pm been the world s one unsolved my Stern Lhasa. Has been seen from a distance but never before has the White unbeliever stepped foot on its sacred streets. A new counterfeit. Washington aug. Wilkie of the United states secret service has of ammunition and sup i received from Boston a new counterfeit two Dollar Siver certificate of the series of iss5, Check letter a Lyons Register Roberts treasurer of the United states it a portrait of was bins on. The note valuable lion or aug. Geogia pity at Leips a. He had travelled Exten United states. His Prin is the United states of in two Voi Ames an of the natural is states and their y 1112 Sigal contract Robert Caner. A apparently is a Zinc etching poorly printed on two sheets of paper Between which Ink lines have been made to serve the purpose of silk threads. The face of the note is heavy and blurred. Superintendent 01 elections gave out a statement in which he says it is Esti mated that have been made within the past year in the Sale of fraudulent naturalization papers. By the boiling Over of a tank of Var Nish in the varnish works of the trav ers Bailey company in Brooklyn. James travers of the firm his sister an Nie who was his bookkeeper and Wil Liam slower. The varnish maker were fatally burned. Alfred Knapp the who has been condemned to die in the elec tric chair in the Columbus 0. Penitentiary on August 19, has collapsed and cannot eat nor sleep. The prison officials fear he will have to be carried to the chair. In response to an inquiry As to tha truth of the report that the american legation a Bogota had been stoned the state department received a Cable Gram from or. Snyder the american charge at the colombian capital de daring the Story false. The markets. New York. Atif. 12. Live Stock steers 54 25

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