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Cedar Rapids Republican, The (Newspaper) - June 13, 1907, Cedar Rapids, Iowa THE CEDAR RAPIDS REPUBLICAN VOI 37 IOWA JUNK 13 PAGES XO I Ui WASHINGTON HAN IS CHOSEN DE COMMANDER AT COMING HERE NEXT STATE ENCAMPMENT WILL C TO CEDAR RAPIDS ONC COL CLARK SPEAKS le Instance there been to arose what J am convinced waa an from Hie or oir order A with a Urge U Ep attempted at a meeting to appropriate artf of ol Its funds As it is unler tbo of the liwi tlie funds ol post can only bo thus appropriated at a regular upon hating called to the matter by i anj officers rf post I 1> annulled this as authorized liv our refutations decisions Blue Book 1904 Page and red thc matter back to the post for Us action by t maturity vote at a ular meeting The attention of this encampment Is respectfully directed to the mallue lie that our regu is requiring such or stated post meeting rrajr f- observed Annual of to Veterans of the Grind Army TO OPPOSE CONQUESTS JAPANESE MOVE TO PERMIT CON- OF TERRITORY BOUND TO FALL June attempt OB the part of tb Japanese delegates The Hagiw to secure con El for the proposition to aa a tenet of the right of a lo retain sion permanently of territory of ib which occupied at the tine of making peace is to failure in the opinion of here Jt is out there is in proposition in fact it has be- come rather antiquated unfitted for latter p lice is fur the to care as much the enemy as ran the usual result of peace a the t re QIC views Dubuque Juno election of Colonel DaMd J of to tt department com- and tta election of Ms as the anU of meeting were the principal events ol the day at state encampment of fie Army nf thc to succeed Clark of anl L ol was nee The was hold late his afternoon The In- of fai the was ly received nnd tie A ft and M C Other officers Junior Vice A DJer A L Dea Medical N Clark YORK The Woman's Relief Corps elected j Jirs Hopper of Falls TLo Ladies of thc C A K elected of ARMY OF AND NEWSPAPER MEN GATHERING TO OPEN INTERNATIONAL PEACE ENCE WILL BEGIN WORK THIS WEEK AMERICA TO LEAD from Art Expected to Take Leading Part in Bringing About The Hague Juno ft various to the ence which will he formally Juno 15 by a host of at- taches together with a small anny 01 arc by train Horace former to and 01.0 of the American Foster BIG DAMAGES FOR DEATH OF HUSBAND P United arrived U tKat COSTLY RAILWAYS TO VERDICT OF FIXES AWARD THIRD CASE RESULTING FROM ACCIDENT Near York June of largest verdicts for damages en in the of this judicial district was awarded tiy tho at lu o'clock In the ud ol iih a men t in fn the members uf the annual of of tho Since iho first rif this than i cration as lliu c wrs f 101.759 tor of Els hard jur j her iras killed by a Nqw Central train three years ago of a of 11.112 In Read who a paper bag on sill Of was in an automobile there wia a by with George Sirs Noakes and December 11 son atd daughter The of Of a more than 3 was struck by a train con or In view killed Miss and thc TRC oT chauffeur each lost a tes The eha onr thf rojr anil M a In membership of 057 n nEn of 725 n net m i 381 during the It Is lo be regretted thai this net lass has from for non ot Hut for there there a gain of In our EMp There a gain hy In dunns the year of 207 of 617 the less duo to It will be seer al a thit the of by is greater than t-y to no or cf duet In our r Thc co m 9 ho aie to pay their should not for fell their and sever and tics which for hanlly an- bell ai was of order WILL OBSERVE FLAG DAY Patriotic Exercises Planned at Iowa Fills Falls June day he appropriately observed by Iho public of this Frl.Iay with the Spangled Dancer Slory of a president of thc Blue Y G Hariri Origin nf H the Has n to V dues promptly aiH remitted by their I that the ana for tho of all he tn the of frora this source where thp exceed to Recruit the past 3 oar special have to The pala to December 11 135 hy muster In by re n total ot from this luring hat half year have JIT months fnr I The honir to act as jour cor and I hope that a will be- for that Its efforts I am in Ifi re wJ In this comrades are rut to wear tV If So rmy forward yea which miln any Mij s vo for this h to of nil 1 hart froal In of reunions In soxe ot hp 1 and to Mr Ta only a I M 10 POSED AS PIOUS BUT THE KAISER THINKS PRINCE FREDERICK WAS IMMORAL BOXES HIS EARS AND TEARS OFF HIS DECORATIONS Already the Ceding among diplo United States is destined to a rolo in coming conference her auspices the countries o nnd Central wiU bf to on n ol of equality rope in delegates entertain nc that all ol Kill present a front at this Mill be an factor conventions sir Kises aro from the side ot the Atlantic late Instructions rom the but thc of the States may up The on crory involving afl of disputes the subject coas up in the furni of proposal for of at ot thc f rg of of Tho Hague or thc Drago doctrine Speculation to formal opening about two Which power if any alii present tho proposition thc of and th of tf-c According to Great Britain tow desires America to tato the Initiative in he matter of limitation In thc matter of of plenary It is has lo her be tho This is regarded as settling tho t In the as America openly advocates publicity anil no ts likely in the onus of objecting SECRETARY OF WAR WAKES ADDRESSES AT STATE UNIVERSITY ON THE PHILIPPINES REMOVAL OF PHILIPPINE TARIFF CLAIMED AS OUR FIRST DUTY MUST HOLD ISLANDS Plain Islands Before Ment Should Be Considered TAFT DINES WITH NEW CRIMES OF IOWA YALE MEN if secrecy were oV position KILLED BY TRAIN Him from an to Put Him In if He tg Return Jace the cars of Prince Frederick of Ms personally tore froni hint his and tcM him to and sever to of oi Ulag Immoral from father is on his way to as AGED TRAER LADY STRUCK BY PASSENGER TRAIN AT CROSSING Traer the tracks about fi mill's of rlice afternoon Ann Cron was lij passenger train and died soon afterward Sits Croa was about of 350 ami did not hear the irala The h which was acd horse Mrs Croa was not Insist killed but death relieved her ings before the train reached where Ehc was laken bj after being up at the crossing ASSASSINS SENTENCED lo Prison for Attempt nn court ilown its judgment In Ferrer the of cdf tnr of Kl liana and the tn acd Victoria on their day and nerc o cine Ferrer and the othon were EIGHT BUCKS BURNED WEATHER FOR IOWA Jun 12 Scattered and FIRE BUSINESS PORTION OF OHIO DOES 200000 DAMAGE SECRETARY SPEAKS AT QUET OF THE IOWA YALE ALUMNI TELLS HEARERS HE HOPES TO MEET THEM AT THE WHITE HOUSE ORCHARD SHOWN DEFENSE CONTINUES TO ER MISDEEDS OF BOISE WITNESS REACH CROSS-EXAMINATION CONCLUDES EVENTS JUST PRECEDING MURDER Boise June ity June 12 Taft closed a busy carried the cross examination Ly at Orchard down tn the of thc ot the as next of iho United States in smiles I accept ami hope to it tho Ho then to a on duties of anJ rnn-.mlns Tati for o tho from in In Tatt elt K nf iho Youns of DPS Molars Rev 1 O Stevenson of Wa- John S of Cedar K of Dos ard Miho and of Iho 1 iho nVi ti charged against the of and as It i thc ami ol tt was day aml counsel for dictate their efforts to io Iho earlier of Orchard with uncertainty Thc n tbe em I tho ahi rr donmont of all M kill Orchard first tracked to In iint i IOT key tn tho room which The crimo arily set rsi Ic i this oa WAR NOT YET DECLARED Regarding Are hy the Associated Press tho orl that had declared at once hat nnl war any LEAVE FOR OYSTER BAY PRESIDENT AND MRS HOOSE VELT WILL STAV THERE UNTIL OCTOBER lI ami Ml fnr They til Guard Ohio la try fire morning clEh STOLYPIN IN POWER AGAIN Hand En St Is 1 the in he cabinet I A the of now iht the his into and riis nnd hoW for i sotn the The Tho witness in i of a of Crimea to poverty In which he to report to a ins aTl theft to a ho were In Hihn tm a of der for with from Mr MATHER TALKS OK CORPORATIONS Iowa City Juno down thc tariff furs tae pinos ami tobacco into America just as Rico the to our American market This was one or the ot public in Iowa City ibis The aas heard by on the university caroms throng thereon iti its history Secretary Tak declared that Stares has one square left to the Philippines be only unfair thing has to the people cf Islands That Is rn the Philippines a e to thc Porto The speaker cited to ihr ami ot susar and En ca wbo are fishtin? ihai ct he tariff in supposed self-interest ara really mistaken Take down the tariff bais he will be and helpful ta and possibly in- Jure to i Another to the was tbat miLst ia ihfe even as ttt man the cf the PRESIDENT OF THE ROCK ISLAND release his c can s SPEAKS KNOX COLLEGE MOST HONEST CONTROL OF TIONS WITH REGARD FOR RIGHTS OF ALL Irr June 1 cee the seventieth of Its fn uUh Hotter L of the Rock tary is doing EL can to meet its to rJo it 5 duty an ro tatry in ths education nt per cent ct arc School good partly and other arc introduced ns fail as acti the United ullS to do full duty to its ward until they are for hut the ciple of of must never he Tho secretary averred ha: In cry for be often In the from pointful out iho cf ID hen the hi of of 5 EO t people of the If err meal Address id he which F-P in Ms ami only iho an 1 ihst of the crowd liis aid Hit sane Cemm AI tto university armory ibis 15 Secretary the the build was ia part as In Tad thc onca tl I the In trade of ihu thai has twa nude Is real aad There a halt there be a peal ot values naj GROTEFEND TO LEAVENWORTH fc lo 3 which only a Hij tary Mover RiV afro P< children hp hid mirth In en of and ihn that ac he X n Ibo BALDWIN DIES IN JAIL FIEND FOR A FATHER 1 Accused of j i iV fft ir r of J c col Acid cf HIS Little DaugHtr T hv A til I a RECALLS FEDERAL CASH Secretary cf Will Soon Ni COO 000 Ji r of i SAID TO HAVE PROMISED I THAT OR WILL BE NAMED IN SEPTEMBER
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