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Cedar Rapids Republican, The (Newspaper) - May 7, 1903, Cedar Rapids, Iowa THE CEDAR REPUBLICAN, VOL. 38. CEDAB RAPIDS, IOWA, THUESIUV piOKNlNG, MAy 7. 1903-8 PAGES. NO. 67 HATE HOT, MAY FLOW TO IHDESII6WE URGER OFFICES PMMT OHOWWQ OF MARCUM EHIXnV O BETWEEN THE FAU.10N6. tMM KENTUCKY FEUD OUT AGAIN AT CITY Col. Wro. G. CM. WillUm A IMHIIH tin .iecoUvicomniltfM wll Ite hew mtbm t ie HI" tctlon MX reMlutloni by the an4 La prepare for a c pslun o( htlllatlo la WartHntfoa Mil winter. ITHMI MEN KNOW MURDERER OF ATTORNEY MARCUM BUT THEIR ARE SEALED. HMC'Wimni tni CMIilnn Ar. Fi Fiwt City. Utiiwrvxl by Sini of tt TfMfMTf. Grand tha preaMent wturntd frem twelvi aUe ride, te made a brief to he people and presented diplomas to cradtiatea of the Flagstaff EChool ra kU the bravery of the Arizona! members of his rough and, of tht 1 d by congrecs. At 6 o'clock left for California. The first etop TviU be Barvtov at to morrow morning. PRAISE DR. LORENZ i Jfr-. May newspaper s'wtto arrived from Jackson tonlffh r the ftteatlon there u only to compared to a man Bltttnr on a bar- power In-ft (haver, of sparks, n the exrriodon will rome tx> one he Bald, "but I believe It At least three know 'wW James Marcum, tftourh thev are client It is believer tfcjVt their down fe sealed. Such knowr- :in Brnthttt-county means death There are also others left wtn> who Jim CocX- .They POBTOFFICE SCANDAL PROBED TO THE BOTTOM. PROBINO COVERS OFFICES WITH RECEIPTS OF PKEIENT METHOD IN OPERATION FOURTEEN YEARS. Th. of by Mr. Typwr Now a IncM.rrt. DISSENSION AMONG MODERN WOODMEN THIRTY-UK Of THE UNION TO ELECT bELIGATES. PEOPLE OF ROME CHEER WILLIAM THE EMPEROR LEAVES MID MAN IFE6TATIONS OF GOOD WILL.' TO THE HMD CAKP MEETING AT INDJANAWI.il NEXT MONTH. WHICH MAY >E TUflNIHtt POINT IN HKTORV OF ORDER, Plui HI PouibilHy of ROMANS ATTRACTED BY PERSON ALITY OF EMPEROR. STREETS LINED WITH CROWDS AT HIS DEPARTURE. Emptror Hearty Kindnna and Cordiality Shown Him. l net be overlooked. Tt -people remain there la-A pos- trbmty of a rigid Investigation by the ttw, I they will be pat oat of tie way at an early date. Several fam- are preparing.lo follow the ex. ample of aver nixty people.who during Uat fix months fled the coun- ty. TJW male numbers will leave Im- and when they have found a. Borne, 'the women, and children will follow May Call For Jacfcson, Ky., 'May not In- volved In the-feud contemplate tng on Gw'ifrhbr Beckham to bring ta Breatb.lt t 'county. It ei- Physician Two Oan gtrauc New I-a-, May a thronged, ampltheatre of the National Medical men, Dr. Ixwreru rocceMfully performed operalkms upon two children ffllctea with particularly wgravated ises of cluh foot. The demonstrations a Ktrong (repression upon who witnessed them. A revolution was adopted ft) President Roowerelt to name a rej Ie medical man on the canal comrnls- t. L proposition to admit 'reputable harms fists to membership was adopt- ed. Tonight tne association listened t> oration OTI medicine by Br. J. M, 3ers of Philadelphia. -wai titled which includes th InflwntTal family ot Postmaater Hurst Martum's father-In.law. are unEtltu; Coekrell view of preclpitaticr faction with a ire acquainted with at i thla afternoon on re L at tha Jwise tt BcefttmfU county eVered V UN reward for the tbe-aaaaceln o ".Thta fa the hujrbMt rt- MADE FIGHT FOR LIFE. A-Jttr.liin Father TriM to Meet HT. Sen Bvt'DMth Comai Virago. III.. May T. Toohey Australian Timrer, died here A year ago he wen abroad to consult ipeclaJlEis for treatment for consump- tion. Receiving; no encounigement he decided to return to Australia, to hfn ten before dying. Tie cahled hTs noon to meet him In Sam FranclKo. Both started for the meeting place, The father reached Chicago Saturday In a. condJtlon that the physicians ouM allom- him' to proceed. Early Toohey and a few ilnutn later cane a from the ftnneundnir his arrival at San Francisco. Tonight the body was ship- ped to Waihingtan. D. .C., May lia been decided that the postofflce Inreeti Ration shall cover all class post :lpts AggreKa half a million dollars. The. post master.jceneral said tod: that the administration methods of postal service were_put In opera- ion fourteen years ago a'nd ilnce then he bualnefis of the department haa He said it might be that some of (he methods 'were faulty and the >ractlces irregular and tnat the .would1 be made la the hope of nltlatlng new and better methods an well as correcting abuses. The poet- master general has now received repll 'rom ex-Postmaster 'General Smith, Comptroller ot the Treasury Tracewell Postmaster Merrill of this city and irth Avslstant Pontmaatci fitow, regarding the charges made by ex-Cashier Tulloch of the pstoBce. The abstraction of the papers from the safe of the office of the.assistar attorney general, of the rostoRlee di partment..by Mrs, Jamew N. Tjrner. ii now regarded as practically a closet Inciilent. Fo: Chicago, ni; Hay Modern Today 'f Ameriea- niee.1 In state convtntlnjrutti of the union to delegates to the head camp meeting at Indianapolis next month, and witch is expected to the turning .point of --order. The Is a. fraUrnaV irganizatlon, ftrrt I In Iowa n IS 85, and which Ike score of yean t has existed bu.cpremd Its runirlca- fons throughout the country until "s otal membership qjm- Like nu'merouB ether orders of kind the WoodinM has foiind'In re- cent aoipc readjustment ol financial plan In or- der that 'mWt. When the order wss'younc and the disburse- ments in the way death; hfneflta ALL THE NATIONS MEET AT GENEVA1 Revi H. H. York. Pa., t Biding. HUNG HIMSELF TO GAS PIPE Murdi.tr Suk Clivtland Jail. Cleveland, 0., May L Bed- lazyk on trial for murder luEcided In the Jali this morninir, hanging himself with a sheet lo gaepipe. He killed his landlady, Anna. Heffner, and wounded her husband in, a Quarrel over money. FARMERS1 ORGANIZE TRUST. May people of Rome gave the German emperor a touching farewell. They seemed The streets fron Btallon were linei GOVERNOR DENIES TROOPS. h Ing to D. Poatm lifers. C., May The twentieth annual readjustment of thi salaries ot the presidential postmasters throughout Ihe United is now In outlay and leave a good balance on hand. But riow'tMt mem- bers are twins 'ty death at a more rate las become sary iVat torn s< should be done to make the Vpcounts1lttl3Q.ee. Jn? trusled with the management-of the or- attain, William A. Xorlhtott, of Illlruw, who- haa bee'n head consul formtpy Insist thai ;how Latiifesta-1 lions of friendship, which have had the effect of making him extremely popular Ihe.qulrlnal to the with thousands of cheering. waving handlcsr- chiefB and ehouting "Lone live Wil- 'The emperor bade farewell to Queen Helena at the palace, expressing hU thanks for the kind reception given him. At Ihe elation he found the au- thorities ajwernbled 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 moved1 away amid i of applause while the band played the German hymru AgrteuKuriftfl Emulate Example tf In- duitriaj New York, May combination ao perfected that and so 1m- eapUal of recently dls- ,asl an The readjusment involves Jhl ent Is ''the only edy. plan fathered ;.hy Hi. ad wiiich, they h postmasfera. Most of the (rylns to educate the arc increases. The appropriation for numbers is what known as the step salaries for'ncxt-year was :Th? of this There will probably be eEtrhty or ninety fourth class r.ist office ad-j vanced to grade July: I and the inaicaUorw a class "postofflces l ralaed the rumi. or tha sajnes or I tlorney who the ceurt'liouBe'door Memlay Will Not Militia to Omaha. Omaha, May hare made to the ROT- for In KuppertlBX the tobbr. int; bat the execu- tive- any nrtlLtta. to the acene i today am the -lime for a brealt in the vtrtke and the refusal of the governor tn-cend troops; it i earftd will irlve union tearr aters courage'to repeat their acts ot I'and ten or fifteen seconfl class postoffices will rateed ta the first grade, HELLERS DENY STORY. Report That Thay is that it provides that for erer'j addltlanat a portanl that It Illustrates the posed tendency on the part of .rmers !o imitate the example eel ie promoters of Industrial combina- tions. Thlfi combination will be cjllo qulally called "-the milk Is not be1 a trust In the strict mean Ing of that term. It has tht charactei of a but !t puijxises t< make Otis market for Ihe output of th< dairy farms York state nd .fu thermore .to buy both H of th York .C If y.' Tt i the Is .'to bi'lficrTasM. The plan was proposed at the. bjennial conven tlon of the-hMd at St. Paul two' years ago 'and'wH wfwred .for action to the various .lojcal. and state At the "the jitate; Vamps to- day dfleratetj. win be BOOKBINDERS STRIKE. Tha Employes of Four Chicii Firms Walk Out. Chicago, III., May four mora bookbinding firms. ha Joined the strike, making- the total number of firms afflicted eight. In March last the bookbinders asked an milk dealer a, combination. It seek.1? to me opoly. 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 ftSsra'i laws icr win any Judge of the United Stato ou rt take juriadicilon in be made of hint.; For it Is t exclusively a.Ntw- York slate bi icis. Its tield "Is to be. in New Yor mly. and throughout the state It Is i nvEte the co-operation of dalr 'armers. Douhtliss this greatpr ctm.blnatEc is undertaken In view of the succe: of (he lesser aa-called" milk (rut I established In the valley ot the Ha r- j. how to" .vole proposition when up for" coaslderatlorr and ac- camp conven- tion at Tndianapolte. From reports 10- CARLETON'S PROXY .INSTALLED. Too Interior of Breathlt c, ____ Monday to bear aw Attofr.er Marcum that a plot to kin hAd 'been formed'the'night before, j Jacluon a few mlnuates attei .'death: Surtda.y night, EdWard k friend of Marcuin'a .waj jn- coTMpiracy had ttrrf iriio at a meeting of des- perale rnen at a. blind tfger three rVom. Jacluon. to a Hnnflnate Sfarcum XoJidmy. At daylight hs a rnea- to warn Marcum, MURDER.HAY NEVER OUT. lion of R.v. Wilti.m H. Inau- ot H. Sallmon. ormerly pastor of the South Congre- gational church at. Bridgeport, Conn, as president of was a great day for the [nilltullon. Jnter- marked the event and many alumtil -from -various mt Mtreum EfnKtuiTly Jackson, Xy., May mtinlerer Bf Jamei B..Marcura will oe known. 'Wtth the .exception tt a. brief nwde about five mln after the there has effort to discover Sheriff Ewen, who was nand Mare am, aald this Afternoon thn person ivho fire< eSot. Another wouM Ttpl permit the of .his name that Even told him Tie OT.W th fMii. am! knew who It was hat cnul hta life wnuVl pay here deny the Chicago that they are
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