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Cedar Rapids Republican, The (Newspaper) - May 7, 1903, Cedar Rapids, Iowa THE CEDAR REPUBLICAN VOL 38 RAPIDS IOWA MAy 7 PAGES NO 67 HATE HOT MAY FLOW TO URGER OFFICES OF MARCUM O BETWEEN THE tMM KENTUCKY FEUD OUT AGAIN AT CITY Col Wro G CM WillUm A tin wll Ite hew t ie HI MX by the La prepare for a c o la Mil winter MEN KNOW MURDERER OF ATTORNEY MARCUM BUT THEIR ARE SEALED tni Ar Fi City by Sini of tt Grand tha frem aUe ride te made a brief to he people and presented diplomas to of the Flagstaff ra kU the bravery of the members of his rough and of tht 1 d by congrecs At 6 o'clock left for California The first etop be at to morrow morning PRAISE DR LORENZ i May newspaper arrived from Jackson r the there u only to compared to a man on a power haver of sparks n the will rome one he Bald but I believe It At least three know wW James Marcum are client It is believer their down fe sealed Such means death There are also others left who Jim They SCANDAL PROBED TO THE BOTTOM COVERS OFFICES WITH RECEIPTS OF METHOD IN OPERATION FOURTEEN YEARS Th of by Mr Now a DISSENSION AMONG MODERN WOODMEN Of THE UNION TO ELECT PEOPLE OF ROME CHEER WILLIAM THE EMPEROR LEAVES MID MAN OF GOOD WILL TO THE HMD MEETING AT NEXT MONTH WHICH MAY POINT IN OF ORDER Plui HI of ROMANS ATTRACTED BY PERSON OF EMPEROR STREETS LINED WITH CROWDS AT HIS DEPARTURE Hearty and Cordiality Shown Him l net be overlooked Tt remain there of a rigid Investigation by the ttw I they will be pat oat of tie way at an early date Several are follow the ex ample of aver during fix months fled the ty TJW male numbers will leave Im- and when they have found a Borne the women and children will follow May Call For Ky May not In- In contemplate tng on Beckham to bring ta t county It Physician Two Oan New May a thronged of the National Medical men Dr performed upon two children with particularly ises of foot The demonstrations a repression upon who witnessed them A revolution was adopted ft President to name a rej Ie medical man on the canal t L proposition to admit reputable harms fists to membership was ed Tonight tne association listened oration OTI medicine by Br J M of Philadelphia titled which includes th family ot Hurst are view of faction with a ire acquainted with at i thla afternoon on re L at tha Jwise tt county eVered V UN reward for the o fa the MADE FIGHT FOR LIFE Father TriM to Meet HT Sen Comai Virago III May T Toohey Australian died here A year ago he wen abroad to consult for treatment for tion Receiving no he decided to return to Australia to ten before dying Tie hTs noon to meet him In Sam Both started for the meeting place The father reached Chicago Saturday In a that the physicians ouM him to proceed Early Toohey and a few later cane a from the his arrival at San Francisco Tonight the body was ped to D C May lia been decided that the Ration shall cover all class post half a million dollars The post said that the administration methods of postal service In ion fourteen years ago then he of the department haa He said it might be that some of he methods were faulty and the irregular and tnat the be made la the hope of new and better methods an well as correcting abuses The master general has now received rom General Smith Comptroller ot the Treasury Tracewell Postmaster Merrill of this city and irth fitow regarding the charges made by Tulloch of the The abstraction of the papers from the safe of the office of attorney general of the di Mrs N ii now regarded as practically a closet Chicago ni Hay Modern Today f In state of the union to delegates to the head camp meeting at Indianapolis next month and witch is expected to the turning point of The Is a I In Iowa n IS 85 and which Ike score of yean t has existed Its fons throughout the country until s otal membership Like ether orders of kind the has re- cent readjustment ol financial plan In der that mWt When the order and the ments in the way death ALL THE NATIONS MEET AT Revi H H York Pa t Biding HUNG HIMSELF TO GAS PIPE Suk Jail Cleveland 0 May L lazyk on trial for murder In the Jali this hanging himself with a sheet lo He killed his landlady Anna Heffner and wounded her husband in a Quarrel over money ORGANIZE TRUST May people of Rome gave the German emperor a touching farewell They seemed The streets fron were GOVERNOR DENIES TROOPS h Ing to D lifers C May The twentieth annual readjustment of thi salaries ot the presidential postmasters throughout United is now In outlay and leave a good balance on hand But bers are twins ty death at a more rate las become sary torn should be done to make the with the the attain William A of haa head consul Insist thai how lions of friendship which have had the effect of making him extremely popular to the with thousands of cheering waving and Lone live The emperor bade farewell to Queen Helena at the palace expressing hU thanks for the kind reception given him At elation he found the and to them he ex- pressed cordially hk appreciation ol the efforts they had made In his be- To Prince Col on n a he was the city enjoyed that It was the place more than any other that appealed to his heart and mind After a cordial grip of the prince's hand and several unmistakably affectionate em- brace between King Victor Emanuel and the emperor the latter sprang on the car and the train away amid i of applause while the band played the German Emulate Example tf In- New York May combination ao perfected that and so of recently asl an The involves ent Is the only edy plan fathered hy Hi ad they h Most of the to educate the arc increases The appropriation for numbers is what known as the step salaries was of this There will probably be or ninety fourth class office to grade I and the a class l the rumi or tha or I who the Will Not Militia to Omaha Omaha May hare made to the for In the int bat the any to the acene i today am the for a brealt in the and the refusal of the governor troops it i will union tearr aters repeat their acts ot ten or fifteen class postoffices will ta the first grade HELLERS DENY STORY Report That Thay is that it provides that for a that It Illustrates the posed tendency on the part of imitate the example eel ie promoters of Industrial tions combination will be called milk Is not a trust In the strict mean Ing of that term It has tht of a but make Otis market for output of dairy farms York state nd fu thermore to buy both H of th York C If y Tt i the Is to The plan was proposed at the conven tlon of at St Paul two years ago for action to the various and state At the the jitate Vamps day win be BOOKBINDERS STRIKE Tha Employes of Four Firms Walk Out Chicago III May four mora bookbinding firms ha Joined the strike the total number of firms afflicted eight In March last the bookbinders asked an milk dealer a combination It to me In one It is clearly In re striction of trade for one of li Is to put ait end to competition but I cannot be reached by the laws icr win any Judge of the United Stato ou rt take in be made of hint For it Is t exclusively York slate bi Its tield Is to be in New Yor mly and throughout the state It Is i the co-operation of dalr armers this is undertaken In view of the of he lesser milk rut I established In the valley ot the Ha j how to vole proposition when up for and camp tion at From reports CARLETON'S PROXY INSTALLED Too Interior of c Monday to bear aw Marcum that a plot to kin hAd been before j a few night EdWard k friend of waj had at a meeting of at a blind three to a At daylight hs a to warn Marcum NEVER OUT lion of H ot H Sallmon pastor of the South church at Bridgeport Conn as president of was a great day for the marked the event and many mt Jackson Xy May Bf will oe known the exception tt a brief about five mln after the there has effort to discover Sheriff Ewen who was nand Mare am this Afternoon thn person eSot Another permit the of his name that Even told him Tie th knew who It was hat hta life pay here deny the Chicago that they are with the 2 Indiana other where Is It inert in wages the local union and the em- an advance of 20 o take effect Hay 1 Today asked further ad t the binder and AS it was not the ot fonr walked out The employers made contract with their men and insist that it Bhall be RUMOR BEEN ASSASSINATED Man Who Sultan of rocco Killed Madrid May Melilla Morocco dispatch says that It Is pretender of the Moroccan throne was assassinated tn camp at that fc raon order there Li a prospect for at the coming apolis president b by birth 36 years ot aje and a graduate of In class of For many years has been deeply interested In evangelical and Y M r A work and iias a national reputation a WOMAN TELLS iSTORY OF MURDER 1 La Win rn Wisconsin today a tha ep ana set on to a of the rates WIFE OF CONVICTED MAN SAYS SHE IS RESPONSIBLE HELD WEAPON WITH WHICH HEUL WAS KILLED FIRE DESTROYS DR AT BLOOMFIELD in Roof Rapidly to f May BUT HIS WIFE'S HAND ALLY DISCHARGED IT early morning the roof of the occupied by Dr J J Selmin the dence entailing a loss at the vered by Insur responded to the only In bringing he under control after It had the story of the dwelling and left inly the outer walls standing Killing An En i to COMMITTEE OF NATIONAL GUARDSMEN Dick WHO Ohio May of the In- the us an ex K Brit ton N Oen A- ten Tho Chise fien R Smith WEATHER STATIONS MERGED Washington D f has the lon for the consolidation of r at and Ing arieh with the Grand Rapids under the charge of r Lansing r who has been observer a WEATHER FOR IOWA end Friday fair and in Milwaukee Wfs May A now that I of died by he on the night ot Nov 35 I a letter to her husband's 3 Ech Issle r her version of the sb oot Ing nf htr escort the revolve was held In her hand It was her hand the weapon ac and convicted nf murder In lerond decree on April 3 a ila of pending a nt for a new trial DR BRYAN TO THE MOTHERS WILL NEVER BE KNOWN Steamship Ik Va May o lives loet In o HEfft REPRESENTATIVES TO RED CROSS ILU SEEK TO PREVENT THE BURIAL OF SOLDIERS ED NOT DEAD VERY SOLDIER TO BEAR MARK OF IDENTIFICATION ON OWN PERSON President Names the From Thil Country to the national Conference -t c lepres ton D C May Unite States ate the nt -j next September far the revising and ex lending lf noa treaty of under which were- ed have been by the They are Francis B Loom of sUte Gon George Judge of the and Commander Nathan Sargent United States The f look to the of tha ings of war All principal will lake part in conference to provide a careful lion of of the so as lo prevent the consigning of men to the 1 provide that each shall War his person to I Illy A be made that I field hospitals and ry or that sort troops on the Held of battle to recede nd wounded shall be In the grazing districts of New York some sigo Tlie of the farmers with that combination has object lesson jr them They arc able lo bring their illk Into creameries and cash r certificates that are as as nd they have been how to improve the quality ot their milk the si In a cleanly their com-B how with to cj for for and ot healthy lo cure and their the S l never be known but it has positively been ascertained that at I twenty-two Several gtrs unregistered after aa all cr the ill-fated records were lost the full May con- tst over the fAte question at today's of Modern of ID an out- ome Both a victory gc F G thi and I date of the wae en- for f Danville candidate for GLEAN SHEETS ONLY A MEMORY NOW or by elected OWA SETTLE TROOBLE LONG TIME SINCE ANYONE SAW ANY IN CHICAGO SMALL LAUNDRY OWNERS TO HELP THE UNION MEN STATE MEETING FIGHTS OVER CREDENTIALS qUESTION LARGE CO-OPERATIVE LAUNDRY TO BE ESTABLISHED and Start Some Plants on Own Account creameries They have been taught other economical as for In- stance whether cow of their herd be or noL The nation has been perfected and carried on without any Increase In the consumers but able Improvement In the quality milk and butter furnished In city The larger I nation Just hopes to greater output of New York city ami the of ihls business Is suggested by the belief of the who have organized this corporation that capital is Out of this come an object lesson or farmers Already thers are strong that crops are ning to understand that Li nn economic at the of the and mercers world maile -is well to serve if Hie United Sui any others As U was in a great ure from the of the United Slates that the the railroads Was earned on It may be cause n change of view their class of producers Hallway who speak but in con- admit the farmers of ily years ago did have abundant GOL WINS BY ELOQUENCE TOUCHING APPEAL TO GRAND ARMY MEN j ENDORSES GEN FOR TIONAL COMMANDER i Conwil Finally the Committee of Ti Den camp of ho Modern Into bad tan pie y over quest Eon of SL Governor s made of welcomi and Jerry connut delivered nn In which he ar- the national o the Woodmen C G c the national cm was allowed I STATE SPENDS BIG SUM AS UTE TO VICKSBURG DEAD n Thanking tha Fcr Tr Adopted St III Thomas G of ing he candidacy of Cm John HUck of for 1 resolution bj'.lhe of complaint gainst the the and all mer these evils are believed to be removed Chicago ni May of a break In the laundry REPORTED CASE OF GLANDERS Ti Iowa Falls Stale W L Evers of COLLEGE TO TEACH SOCIALISM on enough ery to Btart a of Thi SCHOONER AGAINST A CLIFF FIFTEEN DROWNED National Now in Senior a Detroit Mich May by was he title of a per read tonight by Dr W T president of the of he of was the third ing held by the conference Al the the feature wai Council cera being pre answer Orren the c up on the at a credential as several refused to allow a roll caQ on the be do that Atone In I his convention at 1 for dinner and hotel and restaurant keepe utter today Many clean linen getting ro nap are nothing but a Is for S- 8 An erkan Gloria na of ran ashore during a foff cliffs of Cove Ust night fifteen were Including struck the ledges i but the cliff to rUce of wive lie vessel off of the crew who were on dick half did und lowere the boats soon each hoit M water It was Into pieces The men to every means of hut were away and by over the it up on an Inner rerf The three pent a cliff of rocks and On the the the cliff they one man nil who They deck ran and the from and climbed 1291 the but WM dead of York of state covering the In the nere the ilay This afternoon Mrs U papers on of the Kindergarten on Child ani which win iy CoT New May of the Vile of [j dead M one time n 4 but to n end wife whn him he stale adopted j action on the of T til iht i i of the hall have taken act Mi J 0 t r clerk of Clear wy WEDS PROF LOEB'S ASSISTANT Gr of Chicag Chicago HI May A w in of Iti Kind in B ln ot- Kns Mnv the only Institution of Is kind In Us doors for students In The college ts to 111 lit doctrine and il literature tie country antl make Wichita principal of that of a graduate of of and Dr Marlln II Flutter of the university THW tant lo Prof at the GATHERING OF LUTHERANS l Hundred C dred lay and are for of the of the church be h during he lx days Thi th Vew to Muth and on the w ol elher from ih Th Ing point for n en th ron s heart the Will formerly college at Trenton Mo it of the K ml of Or division non- in here in favor of and the to the lo vote for In of Dead A telegram was received from field announcing that the had a the ex- of hy ths Illinois park commission to a fitting fame to of diers In tha campaign A resolution was adopted tha and the for this action The next e n t The cf Veterans c D commander A X Wai Entirely Prc D C the Russian day l an emphatic denial of EDITOR DIES AT NASHUA W J of Naihua Pott After a Short May J editor of the Weekly Test at his home in this eUy at rv an ot but four days Wallls to cf thc clr to the that he was with action of the German In of a nf lilt n member of the German Tc report that the In a with the of nor by either of them to Hay As a ot the of name on the JJT entirely proper rule his always been to matters to the dean of the tle for in of the d day he J an to Naihua from In Miy I having tt Dr B M Dewey Deceased a wife with ton lo kit the dein sanctions the ra the dl king of York rom from ST Johns via Liverpool 1J from York from Vert for Cherbourg Xew
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