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Cedar Rapids Republican, The (Newspaper) - September 10, 1907, Cedar Rapids, Iowa CEDAR MORNING 10 LATEST REPORTS FROM THE CANAL ZONE ARE MUCH MORE ENCOURAGED YEARS WORKING OF THE r RCE WILL fHE TIME WASTE is CUT OUT Is Absent from the Canil aad the try Is Getting Worth of Results thousands of rails beapa of railway tools and steel all eJ aud buried in din ami rust which hid cost the Hoe of he or a distance of about forty en steam pumps reservoirs hatl cost not were lying in a heap just is they bad jumped from the cars the crat as bad not even bwn removed white at a near miles rom Panama there vas a of rust ita which had never used could not baro bough under Rust I eg sheds were A bundled and English French Belgian and at the canal's month a dozen large were rotten aad useless on a Decaying spur at the con- struction a few milts west of cut were a delphia aad train of teM cars Just where the eu- shut off the steam when the bubble burst aad he and the crew left their work soil was soft and and the weight of the aod cars had borne heavily on track and train bad sunk a OCI En the and ground about the harbor al were toss upon tons of costly which had been dumped the scat without erai been taken from the cases En called Or Armbruster's the organ It 13 Known as union paralysis It In a shortening of the tendons of resulting la a gradual of tie and hi sotte a complete of the hied The causa Is to extreme on the made through the use ot modem tools and Industry The spread of tte i has rapH enough to the o start an gatton la tte Interest of Its President Join ol organ was one of the tat to be at tte trouble Is an employed la the hall but fw reirs be tas been stained to lools used In cutting steam PEACE WITH HONOR LABOR LEADER WILL OFFER TELEGRAPHERS A WAY OUT OF THE TROUBLE thre with Imported NEIL GOKS ALSO have noticed duria past lew month's tha improved tope from the Panama nil that soon would to is f Is now Bured fad and the time becomes a in about eleven from Belgium at enormous expense were disposed of In way An outer waH lo break the dash of the wares was made of gigantic Worts of con ail numbered and shaped for the wall which was ti project tbe the suoMen of were made In France aod taken across the Atlantic only to dropped Into ILe ocean Untied Goes for to Oyster Bay and Will Confer With Union Leaders At tie work will FORMER EDITOR DEAD erf the American of Labor left today for Votk t center with Small of Th union a ro strike Officials the telegraphers union here toda eat President Small a In tkh they Bald ago Mangan of tbe fingers oa his righThand were contracting radnally paralysis seized upon the and until It became practically ess Dr ohn B Murphy The In- ed him disease was an In arable ile explained that the In the forearm had contracted In order to allow tbe to natural It be necessary to sever ten doss woald result bowerer la i absolute loss of the sand Presided Mangan started in tie union and more thaa a down suffering from Dr disease or as tt was more familiarly members Union paralysis said Is a new menace to the hare not completed our yean But It is that each shall see politician of lows John of Away In Sept merly editor ol the County Democrat a former in the rate aow af Tha progress can b2 to an that will eee of me great tssk within years of life years but the engineers work do not told oat that hcW One remarkable this canal en a j io the people other at his bume tn there eight years ie commercial aad Iiw printing s and nude a success f ic The rert burial that for d e out hnt Is fur is no longer needless or eiei between the in the United Stales aboat ins are to cose here for NEWTON HAN FATALLY HURT Farmer Ic Thrown from in Runaway Newton Sept Forum wealthy resident of the city was pe baps fatally Injured this morning In His was fra i from the nose to tte hair line he was on the back and old world At task of a the connects South America was first estimated Its cost at francs i at d besan the ith tbe lightest t ot hearts Less thaa eight years later com- pany bankrupt with of debts aad only -a t quarter ot the work WAS completed Probably never wis a greater Dasco abaci tiy snch reckless tad no wrote aa bo sited a lev company's POUR POPULATION ARE ARMED AND AWAITING FRESH ATTACKS CITY IN TURMOIL SATURDAY NIGHTS RIOTS STIR RED THE CITY TO INTENSE FEELING CALL ON JOHN BULL Officials will Demand I and Let Britain Worry About a War With Japan for Aw Compers will have a i ake to you anw we lo glv I most serious consideration an f possible bring the to i Tbe nature of the proposition to make Is not known T P Nell of will leave for New York He 3 to so to on sone business with President velt the nature of which is pot dis- Josed that it has nothing io do with the telegraphers t Is on his return to New from may hare a conference with officials of the tele- tut as far as we hare gone It appears the dis- ease Is caused hy the tree of modern tools Most of strong grip and directly affect the hands I we have argument against tbb vse of labor It is saEd the disease has made is ti plumbers iron car Edward of of tabor he had heird of the new hut that bis by the central labor bodr to ascertain the best way Sa apprehension of further all worn ng Japanese and crowded cal to buy firearms and am munition They declare they will end their and In he oriental quarter Is t Is feared there will be bloodshed or the and are thoroughly and arc convinced police are powerless to protect them Shortly Before noon the police fied the gun stores o cease sellms er uji vines with Logins tu anil In hayloft o be fed to ite t time it by EO a field TOT hi n and no one of Jt as a w of revealed s value aa a means of Ibe II caice its as an edible tho popularity of peanut in he led to Us cultivation Virginia and the Now It ts the nut or and Is grown In every state and California Oklahoma ad in several northern id states The laUio Q the peanut crop la the United I pounds an early half a are en Joyed In iti cres oC land arc to EU caltur or markel Said a fh will grow on soil used else if crly ill yield JIM to the afre Tb weeds must be nept out sad a Ea needed to off an that Is all the it cal for The scientists of the i Agriculture at hive coo peanut ar wholesome food for man and beast 1 the former It supplies protein and as and to the of tl farm it is valuable com and other carbo is feeds As an Improver of the soil tt IB to a ay crop lea chief T luo Is It does consume the soil rapid PUGILIST SHOWS THAT HE OUTCLASSES BRITT ARM BROKEN WRIST CAUSES THB FIGHT TO BE STOPPED WITH BRITT HELPLESS HAVE EEST Four Rounds of Actual of Hard in Which the I on Htt ly Better San Sept 9 A left to the body cleverly blocked by Gans cost Brill any chance ho might have win tho lightweight qf world today and brought to a five rounds of fast witnessed 6t which together with p sea from the Mr and It to t be JIu or the rouad IL plant without ou fire arms to anyone until time BOY KILLED BY CARS PASTOR GOES TO ILLINOIS Well Known Man Will Take Church Sept Jay for years pastor Was Trying to Jump on Freight Train at Mystic Sept tho of Mr and John Twiner of thus place Instantly ed white to board a movies train In the ee yards lte his s of further outbreaks lad passed Before tte order was several hundred anJ cad armed Get Together AH Chinese and Japanese domestic servants of whom hundreds are em- ployed la Vancouver have stopped work and fiate been forced by threats of countrymen Co act part OL the Orientals em- ployed In the milts also slopped and hare taken refuge in tha quarter occupied by they are preparing to in lag any further attacks that nay I of the Episcopal wHle onto a freight made Two xA church of this city and one of the and most clergymen ot the tas been released tae Iowa once to Episcopal at A was TV d froin announcing the IIK winter he ex- s ground to death BALLOON IS AGAIN DELAYED ABLE WEATHER WILL RETURN HOME gineer unlit i siw tor myself what then was the froni to of was spent ir fourth ot the canal tay that the same work baning the fron river could be for To he exact the De pulpits with Rev of the Episcopal church and he madu such a they started at once to for their pastor In las the request of tae toa the Iowa has removed him against the will of the clal beard of local church STRAIGHT State Fair Are Atl Like kee s At the date special BRINGS NEWS WELLMAN SOON Sept WRECK VICTIM heats pace in today and there oot There t little will the Is renewed Keeling air the city THUS blgb and attack is at any So far there no fatalities although several of those Injured in Saturday list's arc serious condition rioters wew OHM 00 GETS AWAY WITH TRUNK Makes Baggage Look Like Easy Mark Sept worked a game terc yesterday He weni no rooni ook a check from a aad slipped t He seoa told the that he had a trunk a The man was the trunk aad to It ayta aad stole a of Tb trunk lo a school teacher Tbe maa then sold the Kaae Tip have no a dealer for K trunk la tae hotel and skipped of the trunk was a coming to VICTIMS ALL IDENTIFIED air all itat tn strife HazeU woo trot won about excavated leas than o TCie talk abont palmy when was the rule in Ssn and at Virginia there were not With iho of 5 SSI men midc franca profit a at ad Colon I wet one wto sold and to Panama Canal company In and clear Jane and September from an of He me a from Orleans own the of rubber boots wy IB la lac worth about and who the whole lot to a contractor To Its canal company for rasb Captain commander of the Artie eip hero today from the Walter anil party of the Chicago will return here at the end f the present month abandoning their to attempt to reach pole iti an airship for present year No start had up o ust ani the weather j that date precluded an ascent of iho airship northerly winds fog and iow prevailing DEAN GREGORY HONORED Is Karfe Member of General cil of Bar l Sep John N Wation Ic Buried at Iowa City Towa City Sept N Watson ot victims of the Norris ivas burled here thEs afternoon from the hoae of hla Mr Ms John S Watson of Iowa City Iowa City lodge of of which it wai a re- member la Lody TWO BIG LINERS IN SPIRITED RAGE LUCANIA HIT THE ATLANTIC TOGETHER STOLE MONEY FROM SHOW teity of Iowa of has ty tho American Bar on him a of the only ia Iowa and one of tee co of tho who grand at which was ly d women i l LUCANIA LEFT AHEAD OF HER RIVAL NEWSPAPER ACCOUNTS LEAD TO IDENTIFICATION OF TWO YOUNG MEN the riots of Saturday night a window In the fitly or more stores and other places of Less conducted hy Japanese and iese remains and costly of goods arc badly It Is jalil are made to demand indemnities It is Mayor PIN LED TO has said not one of HIGH SCHOOL PIN LED Hy will be raid The matter wlH finally be to the dominion FROM HAMILTON ILL COVERY OF BODIES BY THEIR FAMILIES The Up John Bull Japanese consul tero Gft Away With Theatrical People Iowa City Sept the tent of tbe faring tte aad stole Tho was con- in the shoo the man o the force who had failed to tae rash But the Turbine Driven Beat Her Sitter Ship Into town Harbor IN A BURNING MINE t ite county to tbu At convention closed In cast Doan la i to Reach the Two Men In Las San Antonio is no ord today of Ibo two n mine Mexico cut T by aa explosion e am working limes by throwing and by the o the to see the and for tt IV They of the ot ilin was at Colon three at a to furnish nr the canal their In the evening They tell too of the cantl company at Colon ia those ot the and men who eJ after al with one hand roulette with the were hut of the pal oT hy company which to the can I and whose failure rult of In Anil equally Ii of the of her that V cost of wore tell rot te swamp and of from Franco ind at a cos t of 5 ttt paper which the Boston Herald com- upon editorially fathered and secured the of ary konor for a tte host of Honorary dent two days WOMAN WAS A MISER tore of Cold Rings and Money Found Tn Iowa City wi City to the aura of s were in the cellar o today Airs fic t tae winter then her has been M RI search for valuables ha tn his quest The hart a mania for pold his for be Jewelry UNION PARALYSIS NEW PERIL AN ODD DISEASE THREATENS TO CRIPPLE THOUSANDS OF WORKINGMEN ARM CRIPPLED EXAMINATION SHOWS USE 0 SMALL TOOLS CRAMPS THE HANDS PERMANENTLY WEATHER FOR IOWA Sept Partl rain In thi Wed Uir and warmer On Hoard the Sept 9 and oil the at thEs nd tba ira later ships ran Into a fog the Raren Ishll director of commerce trade of the Japanese foreign who in the city hare ibe facts to the Japanese En also Is re- ported 10 bave 1 report of the rim to In thi request he tike the ter tip with the British Telegrams also have teen sent new at wto wlH lay matter before Four attacks we re upon the ental much was done Sort of tae nock Island wreck The a sailed from Sepr labor i In aro mor tte ot a to thousands of wort and nant for turo The the hands iM by In tte medical to I and tbV sailed minutes later The big to leave Ind Atlantic En Lead hours after we lelt waa ElLU ahead At C U about fourteen o twenty ahead of us A the to slacken down ta which of during which tmr iro was aad the 3d was cat down At times tte Wg hit up ice of kadis an Th la o its in on Friday Vibration New Boat at to ITI tbe few after Ifav Ing but the of to that It they wero JIi iff In ft hold After tho pat the unill b throns vh of fire While ere Iho ol c orts naval ho ind d ibe of the gain in the fifth was ias In both and fork It was this round that Informed his seconds of the ap the use of my going on I an't fight 1 an he saia o Kreling Captain of the Ice was uotlGed at the Ide and the Referee Welsh gave the decision to Gans Three doctors after stated the Injury was a fracture and dislocation of lower end of ulna the bone ot tho wrist Whether it waa genuine fracture or not showed such lag while his wrist tbat tolled unchecked own his I was lie said could not hold Dp my left and after I broke It T no or Cans loft aad had not punch er- except witi cent with my right j Britt Had no The while it lasted was malch but it was perfectly evident to Britt had not chance to win tho gro For the first time la his was Britt's lack of coolness was responsible far the of tho fight From the first tap of the sons he appeared eager He not contest to take advice ed hSui by seconds to make Gans do tte but he rusted Ions Into close quarters That ped an inevitable the chanson bad hy far the ail Vint age In the first roand Brilt staggered Gans to the ropes with a left swing en thn neck that had lota of force la It Tn the he also left and successfully to body and face bat looV In a straight left on the ncse that him down The second de- ropes In which u the people at i nt he ropes In which aMe yesterday lo mate vicious r cf the d Gaos the lve ci tae Americans who lost their lives k the frlday Thu icen THOMAS Hamilton IH both of ago They were at Cedar by A cf the boys In the third Gats f of crowding Into a corner the had his hands ami feet busy his way out Tho round even nans drew first blood In the fourth ith t straight left that brought a stream It father of by M S atmr ihU t merchant wat tho family Three tho or M the fact that one e the rioters inj thrown o the water hut all iring disturbance a number or were seriously Injured veral white men wero CROP WORTH hO ef the a plr Inscription H II S or im- post of lo ladles ins at Mr ill of his strength lato tho left proved Thn decision of the of A HALF MILLION PERSONS EM PLOYED IN THE CULTIVATION OF THE FAMOUS GOOBER The Fight By Rounds quickly hEs left to They sparred Prill swuat ell that the sMe of lae and him belter of Mr Harridan Cans rocked and thai men with two IcfU oa for Wells Minn then shot Hs tn tho late Thrill had had the as the bell PCS aoi breads of the i that two oi and ibe even i probably Kay anl and io Jaw Pr of Iwy sad Mr 13 A COMMON PEANUTS ARE NOW GROWN IN MOST OF THE SOUTHERN AND WESTERN STATES Now perl Va Sopt civil the Virginian n tfco ht for 1 place It ho boy j n Wa away Ly tbo Tcr j ThA Uit hero lolt fl w The a UOl A has nd in 1 tbc THE SHARP i it u thro p asl lor InJ for Si rial iyii over
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