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   Cedar Rapids Republican, The (Newspaper) - July 20, 1907, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                CEDAR RAPIDS REPUBLICANS VOL. 37. CEDAR RAPIDS IOWA, SATURDAY MORNING, JULY '20, 1907.-8 PAGES. PRICE r.rs com. XO. 113. ra BY i WE STRIKING AT SAN FRANCISCO WILL RETURN TO THEIR ate contest between tUa live stock men and packers the post aorlem r.inaUcML A resolution vac adopt-" ttUcIi pialsej administra- tion, The coLueiitEoa. win be' heW In ha noil year. C. W Raker of was elected secretary and F, 3. Graves of Indianapolis treasurer. SAME OLD BASIS OKRATORS WILL BE RECEIVED AT PREVIOUS PAY ON INDI- VIDUAL APPLICATION. MACCAKES CONSIDER MEROER. Supreme Tent Fivers Union With Modern Detroit, July reacWns flail thf-. Maccabees' eu preme trat took up the question o! atmlgaourfkm vKh the Modern Macca- bees. It ira amalgair.itlc'i is providing ft could be bro aloat wItUo.il affecting the of the1 S'iprerac lent of Knights Maccabees of Ibe World, FROM BURNS jTiiHTER OF L. G. HALL OF 5? COGGON BURNED BY GAS TO AEBITBATE LA1W WiU Be Taken Up With the After Men Are but no in Pay Are promised. Cowon. Hall, IS fifteen yean, the youngest o Lv G. Hall, the druKslst. died Thurs- day aftetcoofi. Ihe result of being bun ed fa a gasoline explosion. Mr Hall Ms a ess plaat la his store 'urnlsied light far number of store? and also for bis ThursAiy morales-he woat into the cellar of his store found ibn the ATTORNEY FOR PROSECUTION IN HAY WOOD TRIAL OPENS THE ARGUMENT. SCOPE IS LIMITED JUDGE RULES OUT ARGUMENT ON ALLEGED CONSPIRACY AGAINST FEDERATION. ORATOR Objecttens of Kaywoocfs Merely Spur HawUy to In Hit Pica for Purv tsbmtnt of Accuwtf Man. to KC frola id. July 19.-At a meeting V Knioa "ted lAeiernaorset by vac< Unkm and Postal companies. Accord-LOIin Muriel, to the {Q off ,he She f ja match En the ccHarwsr and there was :errlSc severe that uilnj board was thrown up eeiHne and tte Iron tarown will return lo work and', both telegraph companies will re-j! celve a cotETnrUee of -arbitration to jrt ACCUSE and teule readers atfectlns ir clear 1 WMI Arbitrate New York. July 19. -Col. HoberE. G. Clowery, president anJ. general mana- ger of the Western Union ihU aller- issued 4b "Tie dirftreaus between !hs ut of bouse. BolEC, Idaho, July field f{ amnum for the prosecutEoa U defense of bas by Judge Wood, who. In his decision ftanded down today. rernoTeri from tl cons Went Ion of the jurj all evidesi bearfr-s on the conspiracy b the mine owners and others ajain tbs Western Feieralloa of Mlnera. Judge Wood decided defense Ha; wood had made no legal th- flames, but nat until her sister fiiri lo shoir ltie char' been fatallj barned The flesh was trn Union and its forr.ier eniplojei at San Francisco and OaUanJ have btea June 21. a portion o[ the West burnt11 to a crisp In many Medi rn Union ooemtors at Oakland quit work an 'Khoat notice. Aboat one-third ot the force tm dnt} and uf, those who quit work were re Incited on their indlrid- Mil application at former compen- Additions were promptly made "to the forco frum. other offices eept for a short period the traffic of v the company "has been foovcd prompt- The company J 'liable 'efficient operators oa, their Individual thV sniarici paid thej quit work C. C. Adams, a r'tv presiderf of the "Edward J. NalSy. vice preheat and ftnera! o[ the- Festal received word frcr- Ij, W. Stor- o'clock Thursday aboat flta hours after tbe the jrirl died. Mrs. Hall and her son were risit- tng In Dakota, they were at once wot r and arrived late tills DEATH OF JOHN A HIGBEE. Secomf Son of the Banker and matter at Burlington. BorHigMtt, July !1 A. Hlgbee, seeped son of Coloae! Ceo milHonatrn banker and Iron ap ;cr here. IMa monno; cf diabetes. PEDLAR PALMER SENTENCED. Former Champion Bantam Mutt Do Fife Years In the 1 Jufe gcncrai at former bantam .weight striking-todnv was ecaccncod -to fira years for cperalors voieO. 1-15 to J, practically mansh-isrhter His ficlini was i tn worV. They Jinrt bi.'cn uo'iBc) of the upon they rcturnc'l wiulil ho that (bey make Indiudua] anpllra- ilon. for rccmployrr-enl" and ail ivhcv were net oMocUon.iV'i lo local man apex en'. ivouM be rc-er.ipJoycd. with Ihe disiinft Ihe exiMln; prior to walk-out tfxwUd their aaeat. and uyon their promise in clvc jr-O'l anfi fnlth and Interference with the com- pany's bnslr.crj stoker Ctcnu- GIRL WITNESS BEATEN GERMANS ATTACK GIRL ACCUSED OF AIDING PROFESSOR HAU IN MURDER. No Advance Premised, San Kranclsro Jalj Stnrei c( lUe Poa'al Telegrapli cor-pacj and Manager O'lfricn of (he >Yei.tcrri L'nion, 4eclaced today tbeir' companies bad modi? po agrecnii.at with operaiori [a cuscd her of regard'to an Inccx-aso In vras't men will be taken on precisely Ibe terms that applied when the strike was caltal. White the lelesr.ipa comjaniH the union anil Kit upon wifh their own cm the fact tfiat cf the com panics signed -tbc agreement with I'rjsirttiH Kmnll is repanJcil by the as ot their S.naLi raid tonlctit: "We -.vero nnt for the ij fct of a urdni All we of our rhnis to ,f omnlio and pr] riles-? o[ a J Jus; ins comir.itlees of f ptojees -we hue rectired. CarHralie. Germany. July Molltor, daughlor of Frau MolUcr. for si murilcr Carl Han Is botag iricd was attackccf by a hen she was tearing court tn-Jiy finally escaped after her clo aejrly (om off, and her face pcrutcheil aad The mob ac- the manlercr o her mother. The nollrt were fnrred I to drive ttic crowd A cerlain class Is bitter n galas: her. GOLF FINALS TODAY AT ROCK ISLAND TRANS-MISSISSIPPI TITLE BETWEEN SPRAGUB AND LEGC. f Small ts Sitisfierf, Jylj- rccthirf here ItnlsMfroni Small, to Secre- tary Unwell of (he Commercial Tele- grapl.cn' union: .fle TWe to accepl wns (o All ftfrlkcr.3 arc to IK> re-employM and the fvesiion of Increase la In to ho u? rwyniptlon of work. Al! future prieiances will bo Adrise sll ihjt the seltlemrr.t ts satMictoiy (o i personally and 1 lalfe he stopped. "As soon as 1 ean return cast I will feme a etiieaiont to the rrcmtxrs shonld it tho fact are In o forrc adjuitment nf and nrvl to forgot oar duly to esipVijera and (he the tro-iMe h satisfactorily' set- iEt Haywood and hts co-dctenilan the o-itcnnr.e of conspiracy lo the fcdcraiioa. r followla? the anno-anc writ of this arprrn amtoced. JwiKc Hawley. lead! ir.aeE for state. fipoVue for t ours and fifleea minutes. His aj ss. ifier the opening E1 a tern en a. plain analysis of tbc cast. 1 racterized lie case as the naportant ever given to a jury in t niled and urged the Jury consideration ot the Hlty placed upoa tbets, tils deouEtca-' FUJI fill OREAN CITIZENS RISE AND DC- VENGEANCE FROM THE JAPANESE. 'ROOFS IN MUTINY HOIS OF CITIZENS AND RCi BELLIOUS' SOLDIERS AT- TACK FOREIGNERS. ;MPBROR STEPS OUT Abdication Cirtrnoay It tUnd Now tKe ProblejH i ua Find Satitfactnry Occtx pant for the OtTT OF THE FRYING PAN INTO THE FIRE. CHOUTE SCORES on of defeodaTit ami fcfa co-con- ts tbe "worst band at crlia- rals that eTer-infesUd aay scrtloa' of its on miry." was forceful and his of ci-Govoraor olo- uent In the eitrome. Hawte> Orrtard's story as ru'.Mul not only because of [he man- In Vh1rh it was to'd. Sot t fcad bcea corro'joraled ia Ita- dotaH, Then, when he fonndl for the 'confession la the con- [encc of the criminal stirred by ruem- of a r-.appy bojbood 1n a Tirtuo-ja ti.ere was a wave of emotion li he pleader's voice aad ramt tha.n a of lesrs among his for repeatedly In- errnptcd TIawlcv wltli protests aad ob- txiknis, but theso to In to greater effort. Once or t.o nrnrd to Clareafe Darrow anil a nar of anger, and at nn- AT THE HAGUE AMERICAN MAKES ANOTHER MET WITH SPEECH REGARDING NEUTRAL VESSELS. EXCESSIVE FARES BRING BIG FINE SOUTHERN RAILWAY IS HEAVILY FINED FOR VIOLATING NEW RATE LAW. LOOK TO KOREA DELEGATES SATISFIED THAT NEW REGIME WILL MEAN MUCH FOR ADVANCE. The Hague, July abdication of 4ho emperor of ICcrea- was Ibo sen eral topic of conversailoa arson; tfc PENALTY IS RAILWAY PAYS SEVERE PEN ALTY AND AGENT GETS OFF WITH NOMINAL FINE. other fte siid ffofs not We to the peace conference ti he inoiith of counsel lo ficd eicaw for daj_ A larllncnl Ao 11 e broncd i: should- be considered an in lispcr.sable rr.eas'ireio tho J froo hanJ !a a mcdeta system for the reso-ircra o Korea, Yi San Hwl f Korra. wto is hero with the Korean dt-lcgalioa, "It fs another Japanese infamy which Koreans scon MORE EDDY OBJECTIONS, Continue to Complicate Ffght Against Examination. Conrot'l. X. If. July 19. r ar.d Holts, altorneys for ITrs. Xar Baker ftleil with the clerlt of j .ho supe'rlor court today a prayer for; speedy action In the matter of tho ig- before objecltoni ns sr.itcd to Ihe maslerj and to terms of their commission, as-1 n mottoa that tho nns'-ers co-isldcr In- stead of qcesltons KtaleJ by tbc court, the of the validity cf th? ist exciilerl by Mrs. Miry kor EttJy on March C ThM objrc- tkvns aro In ad-'.ltlon i oo'hers -lonsly died by thu tarae counsel. They nay the conrt hnfl poarr tn orrler tsqnlry Into Mrs. EiMy's "tor 5iich before March 1 as m.iy seem reasonab'e lo inquire." ELKS WILL PROBE "NATURE FAURS" Ilalclfh. July The Southern Rail ccmplni was loday fincsl JjO. COMMITEE WILL INVESTIGATE QUESTION OF SLAUGHTER OF ELK FOR TEETH. LAY ASIDE EMBLEM ELK TEETH WILL NOT BE USED UNTIL COMMITTEE MAKES ITS REPORT. ,1. Greer.e, Tt a rate ii tbe recent of 3 1-4 cents a in d llaa. The court requlrril col to sell at ilie? adelpiia, July 19 gran' lodfio of Eiks Its busjaess ECS- forlsions to-lay. A feature o( tbe pro- Seoul. July Mobs fllM rwts itl] day. One at Kormns beaten tuck fnm 'QU palace [hiring Ae widJeAqt ttia ca'itH iast night when ttra emperor atquisecd to the itraaa-l tor abdlratioi. number of stadenls u- ted present a peiliion to ror, but the yrertntrt' Origins tLem Iwcit. tast ol tba palace, tncy ill BlgM At Chirf of Poiira the palace r.nt coDlSri'jed to iucreisc bit milaed ordi-rly. Tt.a elaborate eert-moay of transfer. ring   icatioa of A revolt. Korea a offl- cial sizelte now drculatlos on treel the first otficia! anncmrccnieat if the abdication whkh -mas signed by izperor nilntiters. (n farpr of, the crown prlitpft. -At the reslOeocy, Marquta to and VlEUuit-HayMfcfdMif BtatesiRit concerning tb of the acUoo. Ito. no, id to ice Associated Press that desired it To be enipiatlcaJly ctate4' but both before and durinf ihe ence yesterday -wtiMi the aitj. wtighicis tbe question abdicaiioii be refused jay partkipa. kin. emperor repeated hfa toa (hat was rol Tt-spoaFtbJe for ifce Korean to Tte Ito's of the represenUUon legardinj Ito replied the natier wholly coacemnd emperor of rot htrartf as 4tc-i (Jrccne pild tfco sinjnj IA comir.ireo was appointed to t and a resolution callmc upon of the o-der to crase wrai Mini; KlL's teeth as emblen-5 until th- TOURISTS AT WAR passed. nd.'ourntni; tho lodge A J. Jolly of X J.. tn fill the racancy caused b; !hc   co-jRc of adlcn waa k on Its owa initiatUe. eA jj City Under Martfal Law. Seuul. July i The eltr at Elghtfail aaj is co patrol. A heavy rain ir.s of today was l JRStruiceDtal in tho c All traffic been stopped ess riiona aro guardH. The lAto [Aclgtt th Winners of the lirft pnrra are: wrM) arFnuance H X1. Tippoanr.t: tn nii35t ualquo nni- o. El allraciive known- THe official o-1 Ja day's aitoas   Ab- and 'to boTL of U G. l-egs ot Mln- thal will contest la it" finils tomorrow. This afteinrxin bott deteatr.1 V. K TallKil of Hutch- i. Kan, J an an.l 1 to pbj. while .Iclcatr-d Percy 11 IK' cman oT Col- up 1 lo play. The Irfst of the ww plar 1 la tho ronsohtkm by Anlo itcboll of KoeV Ulan! dcfen R W. Ilodcc-i of Kansas City. :hlch1swlth1a HEADS LIVE STOCK EXCHANGE. f T. B. McPhcrtsn of Omaha Elected Head ef NJlicnal Aisoclatlon. CHjr. -Inly 19- rrotcjtinc MI own c'ettlon and Itg tTK5 rc ol J Switt rvf Kxntaa Cliy. Thomas n McPhcrson of was eloclcd o[ yalJonal Nrc stocV nehaTiffe lo  reiVi ir. X-i l-j.ir.M In- itu) b -IMs rf Ur u-l-.-TM i-j t! o t- BOOST FOR CARROLL FLARE BACK" FATAL FORAKER ASKS -WHYT' WEATHER FOR IOWA July 19, Tariff Are Calkd Upon fffr E'll of lr.rlnnall. July an nri'1 XHaml Valley MJir.iliHurp. Ohio, tcvlay. Fenator t'orafecr callej on tarlS [or a "hill of parilcnUrs" nn.l espi-iin- o-l points In the rcccr.t l''p- IslaUon ahlcb. did roi jcrm lo Llm clearly by ASTELft OX BOARD GEORGIA I A5C1IEED TO TOO HUR. RIED LOADINQ BLUEBERRY CROP IS GOOD. From NortKecti Michigan Are En enraging. -lroSr M1rTi. July noil he tn Male tMl (h" fftip all bo i ch by il wraiTiPr. will fcr In rs. rrrrcratJfttis arc belnjf (or sblpincnti [v> eastern markets. 1? IrVrran Tt (hi; aft PUT FORWARD FOR IOWA'S GOVERNOR. o.l th-i -l a lll HI form Xoik-e of (he firins ar.d news lra tad greatly peror tonight to Mirft TCOltoi. He relied upon 7to M- funher tro-ible, Ito calleil upon TKa- ml Ila-spawa to taVP mlRtary ot tho eitv. Tnxxv; iiare offorM for tie ts In Seoul. A company of Korean troojs f4. from tho barracks without tlipir orarcrs ond aUacie.1 on on the main Mrett. firing sovoral ToJVcvs they FmtterH Ui? firing ar.t Is- wero- joined by the populace nttii Mosei Ten wnnTuJfil !he hospital la liarLcr whfw J v are fl-xVIa; (of A ot the wl-iV m (re r.oted revta an i four iM-l. ar, J nr.-l Koreans Harcawa. i'staling to rcfnforre (ha frr lifl tr.MiDy. iriMUry his beca ordered WILD MAN IS CAUGHT. ccnun Siltkrs Terroriitd ty Rover. a Ilchl the nubile ot the i wind blowing latuN ttrrorlicd I ortooJ [or 0( tail STEVENS GETS NEW JOB. Former Canal Chief Xrnr York. Jnl> acnonn- fil to.1av by I'rrs'dcnt Mc-llcn frf iha ;nt York. New and allrftj.l thai Jc-V.n F. forme; :p1r.err r[ ihe Pansma canal, had (he ro-id, til metiers pextlnlni; to ac4 will report to tho trill nave charge   

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