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   Cedar Rapids Republican, The (Newspaper) - June 13, 1907, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                THE CEDAR RAPIDS REPUBLICAN. VOI.. 37. CEOAK RAl'IDS IOWA, THURSDAY'MOKX1XG. JUNK 13, 1907.-10 PAGES. PIIICB rivi: CI-.STS. XO. 6! I Ui WASHINGTON HAN IS CHOSEN DE PARTMENT COMMANDER AT OUBUaUE. COMING HERE .NEXT STATE ENCAMPMENT WILL C TO CEDAR RAPIDS ONC' COL. CLARK SPEAKS ;le Instance there been callejl to m> ttltention an> ycd tfut arose frotu what J am convinced waa an unintcu- lEonal from Hie restililtfirrs or oir order. A with a Urge toeiuhers U Ep attempted at a meeting to appropriate artf dls- of J500 ol Its funds. "As. it is ver> clc.ir unler tbo iegu- laEio-is of the otJer liwi tlie funds ol ihe post can only bo thus appropriated at a regular upon hating m> attrntlo.i called to the matter by coin- i anj officers rf post, I prompt- 1> annulled this acibi, as authorized liv our refutations nr.d decisions, Blue Book. 1904, Page and refer- red thc matter back to the post for Us action by .t maturity vote at a reg- ular meeting. "The attention of this encampment Is respectfully directed to the mallue 'lie that our irholesoiiie regu .is requiring such approiirjationE .jFCKular or stated post meeting rrajr f-. carefnlly observed" Annual of pariment 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 coafereccfl to secure con El deration for the proposition to rccos- olze aa a tenet of iaternitlona] the right of a bcligercat lo retain posses- sion permanently of territory of ib oppoafcut which occupied at the tine of making peace is forrdonir.ed to failure, in the opinion of odciats here. Jt is LWloted out there is nothing-new in thfa proposition; in fact, it has be- come rather antiquated ant! unfitted for rr.odern iiiaso.Tte latter tfa> p lice is fur the cor.queting natJou to se- care as much o[ the Euccessful enemy as ran the usual result of peace kfcias a tonirironifce betnecn the ev- t re QIC views. Dubuque, Juno election of Colonel DaMd J. of AVashlngion to tt department com- manOer and tta election of Ccdjr Rap- Ms as the anU srface of meeting were the principal events ol the day at state encampment of fie (Jrand Army nf thc RcinMfe hcie Palraer (Aiilj to succeed Colons] Clark of Ccrtar Rayld- .anl Capiair L ol D.ihurj'-i? was rl-rseu rcnior nee cerf.m'ar.d'-r. The was hold late (his afternoon The In- of Ceda.- Ruptds fai the upti sutc cncarannwnt was entiiusiastlcal ly received nnd tie A ft. and M C. tviil rhc-f J-. Other officers olccte'I were: Junior Vice A. DJer, M.ison-Cilj. A. L. Krlsbfe. Dea .Medical N. Clark, Me- Sb'a. YORK CROSS.NC The Woman's Relief Corps elected j Jirs. Kiielle Hopper of Falls TLo Ladies of thc C, A. K. elected Jlary Kdjar of jirtil- ARMY OF AND NEWSPAPER MEN GATHERING. TO OPEN SATUKDAY INTERNATIONAL PEACE ENCE WILL BEGIN WORK THIS WEEK. AMERICA TO LEAD Delesatec from Art Expected to Take Leading Part in Bringing About Rcsatts. The Hague, Juno Dclesatw ft various Miintries to the ence which will he formally Juno 15, accomnajiied by a host of at- taches together with a small anny 01 neisp.iper arc arrir- f-erft by train. Cetera! Horace I'ftrfcr. former anibassaJor to and 01.0 of the American plcnl Foster BIG DAMAGES FOR DEATH OF HUSBAND P United arrived U rrcralcit tKat CIDENTS COSTLY RAILWAYS. TO VERDICT OF. JURV FIXES AWARD [N THIRD CASE RESULTING FROM ACCIDENT. Near York, June of largest verdicts for damages CTPT en in the supretre of this judicial district was awarded tiy tho luorrjSr.T at lu o'clock t'lej eraV i-rKernblcd In the. ;ud foloncl Claii. ol I'tlur iih aonual a; men t. (oiunijnder, Coir.KEiKJCr Clarli in part: "fn the oJScen. ar.d members uf the fiErty-lljiiQ annual t-nirajUpnicat, lartn.t'j; of lour.-.. Clrraa Arrai of tho Republic: Ccmradcs: "Since iho first. ;innna! encarupmeat rif this ti-rre than ;i seu- cration as lliu i.orbl EJGOJ c'. D-ath. wrs f 101.759 tor ihe of Els hard uimn jur nerr. j her hiistianrl ftho iras killed by a Nqw bcrshlp :h( >car.l CoVk Central train three years ago. Oul of a of 11.112 In Read, who a paper bag manutac- on sill Of was in an automobile 1W5. there wia a by ieath with George NonVes, Sirs Noakes and cr.ilinu December .11. 193E XoiVes' son atd daughter. The atilo- of 35S. Of V.it a irifie more than 3 jn-r, tnobll3 was struck by a train con; or c-'ir ir.emuorshlp In view killed anfl Miss and thc Ihe TRC ?o4 Incrojshs Inflrmlllea oT, chauffeur each lost a tes The eha onr ranmdrs thf affliction] rojr Kcovered JifrOfr) anil M a loi.il In membership of 057. n nEn of 725 n net m i onfj 381 during the >ear. It Is pro- foundly lo be regretted thai this net lass has from I2o for non ot rtues. Hut for there there wrtnld lec.T a gain of In our EMp. There   reTn Btatp'nenti of 21-1: to'al 617. ihe- p.iin b> tranrfcr thju fjJset the less duo to ihut Hctr.. "It will be seer, al a gbcco thit the of by suFpenslcns is liily-acvea greater than thnt caasert t-y deaib Thoie to no sus- ncnsfonj (or cf duet In our onk r. Thc co m rule? 9 ho aie ab3c to pay their should not for fell their u'snil-erjiiSni and sever asscclatlcns and tics which blml tOBCtSflr for hanlly apprecliMo an-' bell ai ihe crosslns was of order. WILL OBSERVE FLAG DAY. Patriotic Exercises Planned at Iowa Fills. ToAra Falls. June day he appropriately observed by Iho public Wirary of this Frl.Iay, with the Spangled Dancer. Slory of a president of thc llojviry Blue. Y. G, Hariri. Origin nf ihe H Uour.d the Has. n to V ini'foritir.e nlll Ibe.r dues promptly aiH checrtully remitted by their rcfiiceiUei-oatf. ar.d I supsrst that oiirinc the comTnc ?car ana for ttio [ulutc. tho utrtrost ttie tifficors of all posls 1n thts ricpartrr.eTit he tn the prcvontlo-T of o[ mcaibcrshlp frora this source where thp ktf'M exceed hj- ERcrt to Recruit the past 3 oar special have bc-cn nui'e to The pala tfom J'int> 3i) to December .11. I3C'C. 135 hy muster In. 13ft by re iLBjatcment; n total ot from this Fonrcc- 'luring (hat half year. rffins have hocfi condniierf dur- Ir: JIT months fnr I The honir to act as jour cor and I hope that a FatlJifactorv fhowinp will be- iri.nJe for that Tirrlol Its rrtnms art1 CrtDipiTfri TJkn efforts wtil. I am sure1 rontinuc in Ifi" re wJ Icnjc rrmain In this Ocpsrimcnt wofthj- comrades are rut rstlKcd to wear tV b'i'tftn "If So rmy r-till icxiV forward fpvcral yea dnriric which o-ir miln wiihoit any dlmlr.ntit Mij rn-nmrlf s vo for this coraxcn purro h to hrMrtc of nil. TrurirK yc-.ir 1 h.ivf hart Ihe froal !1 pirliclpalfnt; In txvHrtrraMf1 nnmlc-r of reunions rnfl In vUllin-r soxe ot 'hp 1 Juvc lurmony and cnlhM'lasto 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 .irrtvJns diplo United States is destined to j-lay a rolo in ihe coming conference her auspices the countries o Sn.rlh nnd Central Amcncs wiU bf btroduccil to on n footiig ol foofirg of equality. rope in delegates entertain nc jjbt that all ol Iracrfra Kill present prnctic.illy a front at this conferet.ee lencoforth Mill be an immcnfc factor conventions. Sorr.c sir Kises aro espKCted from the side ot the Atlantic. late Instructions 'rom Washinstnn the !erc, but thc poiltton of the nked States may simrced up M! llows: The mostj ndvanced iwuiiion on crory involving jie.icefjl afl. Jusfr.icnt of disputes, hsttier the subject coas up in the. furni of a_ proposal for Elmir.ition inmwTiitj' of crtr at se.i, extcnawn ot thc prirciplo )f nrMlration, pemiantBt rg of tht- (xirsonnet of Tho Hague trib-joal. or thc Drago doctrine Speculation prelimlr.arj- to formal opening about two q-jeations: Which power, if any, alii present tho coacrclc proposition thc iiniliatjon of .irniarncnts, and th llcity of tf-c According to intormatliwi Great Britain tow desires America to tato the Initiative in (he matter of limitation. In thc matter of of plenary ltlrgs It is Icair.ed Ccnnany has do- lo ii-jbllcity, fcarin? her rr.ichl be raisreprcscntcrf icfore tho worlrt scrverf. This ch.i is regarded as settling; tho t In the affirraailve. as America openly advocates publicity anil ulth Ccrnvnr rable- no fhaixcr ts likely in ?tsume 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 fh.tli.ies Plain Dulkt Islands Before Govern- Ment Should Be Considered, TAFT DINES WITH NEW CRIMES OF IOWA YALE MEN ACCBPTSNOMINATION if secrecy were oV I.e.- position KILLED BY TRAIN Him from G-frnany an rcj'.enk to Put Him In PrHon if He Oarci tg Return. itcriln, Jace VnTsrr hoied the cars of Prince Frederick Hcrry of Pniwfa, Ms ro-jsln. personally tore froni hint his or4crs and ar.d tcM him to and sever to rftwm nr.der p-rsaliy of hclnp ImpriFQncd. TT.c acr.incd oi Ulag Immoral EnbrrltH from father. >le is on his way to Fopt- as plo-is. AGED TRAER LADY STRUCK BY PASSENGER TRAIN AT CROSSING. Traer. Jnnc the rallnMjr tracks about fi mill's of thfa rlice afternoon STrF. Ann Cron was MnirV lij [he RocV Islam! passenger train and died soon afterward. Sits. Croa was about >earg of 350 ami sun- poiCill> did not hear the apprnarhlr-g irala. The bwqgy h which rldlcg was acd horse Mrs. Croa was not Insist..., killed but death relieved her suffer- ings before the train reached Hy? where Ehc was laken bj the- tialnrctn after being up at the crossing. WOULOBE ASSASSINS SENTENCED Sfjjnlarrfi lo Prison for Attempt nn Royil Jnne court tfNlay handtil ilown its judgment In the-case Scnor Ferrer, dlrcctoi1  Ihlj rr.crr.lrg They nil! til OctoVr. Guard. Ohio. Jtsnp la. try fire morning .lesuojcd clEh STOLYPIN IN POWER AGAIN. uuiin Prerr.ier Upoer Hand En St .li.r.o Is 1 the in ;he cabinet I A i.ire incniT.I the po-ltlo-i of p'.n now iht fullisi ronfl Uciiv the ar.d rc-naln his into :o and riis ciiiucs Uicrt1. tacluil kHnn> nnd hoW for i sotn the chililrrn. The Jiowcd Tho witness in i of a of Crimea .ir.J rtd-iccd to poverty. In which he to report to a ins aTl theft to To- a erlo-l ho were In Hihn tm a niUsini of der for Moycr ac-l Poll] with from Ir> the-n Mr MATHER TALKS OK CORPORATIONS Iowa City. Juno Special: down, thc tariff furs ]c-t tae FilE- pinos iheir -nsair ami tobacco into America, just as Pot-so Rico the risht to our American market." This was one or the ot Seccciar> Tail's public in Iowa. City ibis af.iorr.oon. The euir.tzi aas heard by reopla on the university caroms tl.e greatCEI throng asjOtiibku thereon iti its history. Secretary Tak declared that 1'r.Heil Stares has one square left" to the Philippines Ihe cr.lithcsis'rf (be only unfair thing cowntrj has iloue to the people cf Islands. That Is "rn the .nicriraa markeistothe Philippines, a; ,e orKLed ihvrA to thc Porto Illrans The speaker cited mar.j fi-nrc-s to Ibjt ihr nanufaciurefi ami pro- ot susar and tobicco En Ameri- ca, wbo are fishtin? ihai ct ;he tariff, in supposed self-interest, ara really mistaken. "Take down the tariff bais." he will be j.ist and helpful ta Ihe Fillplao, and canr.ol possibly in- Jure, to An'fncai." _, Tiifc i Another kejnctc to the secretary1! arldrcss was tbat Oiirf- Sutw miLst cliug ia ihfe iilsndi. even as ttt man -Ajth the "tiiraoM cf the bpar" 'TioFdion. PRESIDENT OF THE ROCK ISLAND release his c can s RAFLROAD SPEAKS KNOX COLLEGE. MOST MJEN HONEST CONTROL OF CORPORA- TIONS WITH REGARD FOR RIGHTS OF ALL, GaJCi-burc. Irr, June 1.' co'- cee Vmiiht colcSnHe-1 the seventieth nnivprsnry of Its fn uUh 1'res Hotter L Mail.er of the Rock Is- tary, is doing ,il] ihat EL can to meet its rfeponsibjlltles. to rJo it 5 duty an altraL-tic ro tatry, in ths education nt S.GO-D.C'OO per cent ct waoai arc benlshtcd School, good Eorernmcnt. partly a.iJoaomlcal. Euwpra and other rrciera bcnfits arc belnj introduced ns fail as acti the United Slatca ullS eon'Ir.ue to do full duty to its ward', until they are for scll- hut the iheorVs ar.ri prin- ciple of barUarianijm. an.l of must never he aiJopied. Tho secretary averred (ha: In cry for inrceiHaro be heanl often In the future1, from pointful out iho aijv? nlace3 cf ion? ID (hen the ii.e'.h- (hi of tcvniti croai of corpor- 5 EO t icittMl people of the is- If err, meal. isncetr.ent Address. id. he which sJiwkcri Stll] F-P b.ir) in Ms ami tl.o ilisclornre. only iho Tea- an 1 ihst thi> of the ifcc jvjn'-ik' ri.eE5e crowd "rr-an! ia-. liis aid Hit sane Cemm AI tto university armory ibis i____ 15 Secretary Tjfi the grad- lonra: nhich packcil the build' was ia part as fol- In Secn-iary Tad (o-jctcd thc b-iilntiS itcatlun onca tl I the KroTib In trade [retail of Ltir sltiascao-[ rar.ic-. ihu thai has twa nude Is real aad suUtaatlal. There ntnirs. IK- a halt; there be a peal --------------------------------i ot values, b-jt naj GROTEFEND TO LEAVENWORTH., fc" inriO'c lo Iliic, h> 3 rc- which only a cinmen- Hij Five- tary btealinp Mover RiV afro nrchnr.i P  n Ibo f.-il BALDWIN DIES IN JAIL. FIEND FOR A FATHER. 1 Accused of AlJau'tina j Gir] jnd i Fcjr .r.iliKi-! <-f iV i-urirr: fft rt.'.HP. Icr.t MTor: ir. r.-imli, r of J, c., col Pcuri Carbolfc Acid Davsn Thrrit; cf HIS Little DaugHtr. Joltj.accrt Ihh rrcrninc hisj T. hv flfil -town r.i-r throii A t-O'-v til r-ir-Ml. I a RECALLS FEDERAL CASH. Secretary cf Trfaiurv Will Soon Ni S30 COO 000 Ji ;r -Tto of (h.i UfjS.irt !ias i rjU [POPE SAID TO HAVE PROMISED'" I THAT OR WILL BE NAMED IN SEPTEMBER.   

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