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Cedar Rapids Republican, The (Newspaper) - December 17, 1907, Cedar Rapids, Iowa RAPIDS IOWA io FLEET UNDER WAY AFTER REMARKABLE NAVAL PAGEANT 1 chandler tad to MK I as is tne aoJ UJ sala his FLEET WELL ON WAV TA TO PACIFIC GRAND RE- OFFICERS AND THEN REVIEWS THE FLEET exclaimed those him you our enlisted men They are perfectly 1 anil are up to everything cE Is a great a great day Reception to Erana ot the departing fleet van tbe first of flag officers to be over the tide ol the Mayflower He hurried to whs re tbe v steel nas and his baad to salute paid bis formal and gate his MARVEL EXPERTS Elate supreme court lo enjoin the railroad trots ty of for its interstate set AS a carrier in unlawful auJ rates aad torn ing Nebraska discharging lawful Tbe lair It tbe statute ty the ot Nebraska rate of two cents a ot reducing freight rales to the of 15 per teat ol the old rale In FOR KINO OSCAR Royal Family Preterit at Royal Stockholm royal Of was presort at the in the yanKe chapel thia ts memory of tbe Ute Oscar A choir ot the Requiem and the aad the lor Imp An forty fee covered iritis bearta lht of Kins Oscar anJ bu mounted by a star has k assurance Ibal Hie ships In bis command were ready for tbe trip to the other side of President Roosevelt tile with lifted hat and MAGNITUDE OF UNDERTAKING IS IMPRESSED ANEW ON NAVAL AUTHORITIES THOUSANDS THERE and Lined With Multi- todes of Bidding Farewell to Loved OIKS on Board tne wo rdi of as erected on the bridge leading to HI cburch THREE NEW CARDINALS the Stalled Navy Yard Norfolk Va Dec ibe Associated fleet that at the fleet olf HaUeras southwest of uond shoals cruising at 10 knots la loar columns abreast sea was S C Uec wireless at tbt nivy yard ett up the The said thp was then at 8 o'clock forty miles north east ct Cape Haueras tenth by ai a ot leu knoti and abreast The to juss this port they were te Era oa band and sire of shakes The wo together for a moment or two arriving flag and leers Bet lato full Kraos was about 10 take his leave and Ibe mder way Ite f resident 6 la to gangway and called hla aside for nearly five minutes of tamest The spobe with his usual emphasis and the ed constant affirmative nods of bU in parting with Che ot the fleet the president waa in and to a cordial kud CREATED BY THE AT A CRET CONSISTORY HELD IN ROME clasp a g p of uniformed oine Dec Three new were created toy at a cret In They are tary of the of arj of Rheims 1 T ot fier and Oye old fellow and good luck A Riot of Co for The fleet prepared to tbe and rhea the while hull of the Mayflower a lie oat ID tte final pre Point Com fort Va Sixteen irah ly or of Ibc of foreign Md it the west coast ol United on the W vessels during the of the voyage From In Hampton to the of bay hts tbc new home at tlie whea the je ei of tie were the wide capts of be turned aside tad lo trie passing were rusieS a will Tbe last wf watch bad not lines a ter varicolored signal flags were to the trucks the Gay appeared as If by oh fieet aad the nad taken Us plat head of ths Uac and then catue to f and ibe bad the of Spectators aad the parti of were lined thousands of people the fleet lined anchor anit eel call Other aboard ot ail descriptions The pier far at Point A ot In tbe crowd Kennedy he American collese was cr titular bishop polls a which never before bee conferred upon a hieni day's Some lime aso It was thought tha Ireland would be made cardinal at this consistory but Catholics QIC The in sacred collese are voi of American be In bis behalf however is to be only a matter ot year or two before the American prelate will he the tat Il is that pope that Ireland deserving of the honor bti he cm choose whomever h without any tbe on tne pre- lates depend or taye depended are always coa HUMMELL DYING A BIRD IN THE HAND IS IN THE BUSH NO 241 REPRESENTATIVE SMITH DUCES CREATING NATIONAL BOAY TILLMAN ON A TEAK BEN TAKES A SLAM AT ABOUT IN SIGHT ADJOURN SATURDAY Both Wli Take a HalWay cation from Next Saturday til Vatican today blite of Hie sky the or sei the ot leu hulls tlw carl at foam crested beV tte of afloat tai tha of Auld La Syne across the I or of Ami foe of rituals cannon the the to toe ives sweethearts ot the INDUSTRIAL PEACE THEME tf NEWARK rtn Is litre a meeting ot iho Civic log of bis the ot the Alon his hail been chosen Tbe lie said Tor tae DAVENPORT HAS NEW EXPERIENCE New York Lawyer In NATIONAL CIVIC FEDERATION I DISCUSSES PUBLIC ILLS New York Dec OF THE DAV hoice physician ot hospital oa Island tonight oat a the off Abraham the New and lae ruea all York lawyer who is the S foe rne unfolded before them the bean if Ions wilh i Girt Behind Me It was peculiarly taat when Lbe by the pier ibe band tied on tne quarter should play with t ho Girt I Beaina and then more plaintively the c Auld in tura by the DAnner U was pretty tbat the of call of duty was last he one to be Will Started There was tot n bitch En uy of who watched a details ot wilf never forpet aad to the the of tne the reality of the fleet in single most steaming at a speed mobile j ien according to art aad of down itP the class ever In one: waters of I first lap their Journey case Hummel been to a all dar ard that he would probably the night CHARGES BOILED DOWN Governor A Against Chantlind Des Utt from the Major Chant land all except that relating to of after the or der the election baJ The lias not ex tbe Par kcr and they cot before TH LEADER OF MINE WORKE CREDITED WITH BEING LEADER FOR PEACE There was not a old to have or the ot All tbr of thoi -e navy which tbe t be FO tbe peace Admire Display ot acd ana freely Tho to en eve Ibere aniM the erf tie tropics celebrations will be bye ships by left the OQ they had ever which the ve the mannr In which they tlw perfect tbe tarn SENATORS FROM OKLAHOMA Gets Long Term and ihi Two Year Term j swora in un- der drawings by geti the long and Oore the two-year term Uo out by a oa quarter the Mayflower which shortly this stemmed of were lo th The the review lo the Mayflower anchor for the trip up thei after twon The Heel got under way jail after Ien this and then and n tbe most notable nival Europe Skeptical London lion Ii oa the Siatu war fleet ir ihp Is undertaken ho a bint for Japan THE BOSTON TEA PARTY Anniversary Celebrated at Bean Town Dec anni ot the tea party celebrated by the historical societies of Kostos and event the looVi 16 1773 tory of i 60 MAY BE BURIED in Alabama Dec ire reported buried In aa to iay in the coal mine Co Xew York Dec labor and capital VAS the theme tonight at tbe annual of tlie Civic Er ccn ence hers to and Tor filiations hoiy The session of the given over to of the question Andrew Horace aart Meyer heir fie declared relief come an trade Mils federation without to any plans or n resolution j which thai congress aKer careful con alteration pass speedily as safely rs will Impart to our rency system 50 At tbe tonight Frederick Gnat of tho canteen thai be a abstainer he the canteen 35 the of two evils tud that until the ciril the resorts near tie he bj an of the In the SUPREME COURT DECISIONS Important Awards Handed Down by Highest Tribunal DCS were down today by Iowa's Stale of Iowa Brew appel lant against Morris luwa iral from lowi Ice Polk county affirmed Stark Co iron Monroe counts SUNDAY WAS THE THIRSTIEST DAY IN HISTORY OF THAT TOWN Dec ot a to consist of seren of the anny and nary acd the bureau of public end marine arid four experts to by the president ot lUe States civilian Is foe in a introduced today by Smith of ol Ohio a surrey for a canal to tic of ami via the Hale of the caucus oa coin be In a day tisn The their Poster is to have thti cancy on tbe interstate committee tiro oa ibe w the will Clark sas of NOT th Carolina fiil of Clark will aha a ment on the oa on in of Foster KB ror ca military affairs CLOSE ALL SALOONS Great LIQUOR DEALERS AGREE TO OB- SERVE LAW RATHER THAN BE PROSECUTED lid I the Philippines Jobuson hat ITS on tho affairs rules Committee aVer the of aE of ot of of i cf ln For firs lime in ih prn railway county agAinst from county Doylo against from Carroll Lon a sain it Davis roni affirmed Frill Chicago vator Co Iron county of ili were ilay j Tlie oas freemen an pra tn of of York an nils G il o SpHs by Tillman i by the c oa Austin Western To appellant Township ot Weaver fi Tae v saloon a of 01 eral held at v MS The Of senate ite tba heon on to bjar since the local iho U j or tf wwa tlic ir in this i ibe city bail aal of The In of ibi i tao fact I to superior court of c Clay county 1 I WatTe I of o'clock it It was A cf bills al 1S n BYERS all nude no T0 COURT Mitchell to Railway Co nt haj thp returns Iti List MINNESOTA ATTORNEY GENERAL O tho work ot t Ir- MRS hp was ice I In ii n f president mine Is over a
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