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   Cedar Rapids Republican, The (Newspaper) - August 3, 1907, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                THE CEDAR RAPIDS 37. CEDAR RAPIDS IOWA, SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 3, 1907.-8 PAGES. met NO. orts to loipeet fooi take jmples and Jeftror a decided te report laat a ooosnl bid said Araerl- LD meat packers Informed bis XOY- thai they coatent to Dipectloa of toy Eeat, provided the hou'4 be returned to the packers, u H could be Mid ID United Klot- iom. speaker he dM not see why the United Kingdom sbottM tike wbM other .Europeans would not NO UMFMt, NO AKS1TRAT1ON. PITCHED BATTLE IB FOUGHT tY MCUIERS OF, RIVAL tO- CIETiES. MUCH BLOOD FLOWS THREE CHINAMEN ARE KILLED AND OTHERS WOUNOEO IN THE AFFRAY. USE GUNB FREELY Attack! Chaw From Strtets and Them In Shtfter cf Nearby xnd TuoMtert Fall Otrt After AorMlnf U Ar6ftratc. ChlcmtA. HI-, wttboot an umpire prorei a failure lie MM of the packing bovce team- sters thdr Negoti- were broken off today after the arbitrators for tfce tine failed o ta A strike wai averted Mveraj weeks axo by na firwuent to arbitrate. The strike ote itUl ana the business agent for Iba BUT a strike at tnjr time. COURT TAKES YOUNG CONVERT FROM FREAK RELIGIOUS SECT. SENT TO PARENTS SECURE HALSCY Four an ftwtni Trial of Grafttr. au Prajttisce, Anc. Fvar of U try Tbsotors T. Haatey, of the Pacific SUtes TeJepaow Company, for. bribery, were Judge Adjournment, until vu taken. CITY PEOPLB TAKE LEGAL MEANS TO REGAIN CUSTODY OF -WILL OF THE LORD1 'KHy Jumpers" SUM RMal Power Over GW Who O To Taken Back to Wi'LLIAMS WINS OVER VARDAMAN MISSISSIPPI PRIMARY CONTEST FOR SENATOR SHOWS HOT FIGHT. MARGIN IS CLOSE VARDAMAN MEN CONCEDE DE FEAT AFTER LEADING IN EARLY RETURNS. Boston, Aag. with baJ red for their rtrala. On Leung Tons, band of New York Chinamea, uld to be members of the notorious He? fiinj Tons, entered a oarrow alley is China town toalghi. Drawing revolvers, the opened are upon half a hundred Chii mea, killing Ihree aad Injuring Bftvea The Hep SEng Ting men chased Tietims Into doorways and shot them.] down as they rushed upstairs. 'Then casting away ihelr guns, ttol strange ran front the Chinese) quartere, most of them escaping. One' Hep Slcs Tons man. captured by a po'icen-an. puc the carae of SEcg. Later another oQcer arrested Hons of New York, whose hands were powder stained Uolh were charged with manslaughter. The trouble had-been anticipated for orer a week. About ten days ago near- ly a Chinamen came to Bostoa and rented rooms nejr Chinatown. The were coiifleC by the Boston Ckinese. who fcare. Special po- Vcf were put on In tbe Chinese quarter and the stratsers disappeared. "The trouble Is attributed by some- to the Ehootin-'la Phlladdphia. recent-) GOT. James K. was lead for Bpsion Chlaamtn were; lag Williams br fully Totes whea rtttrns from the first twenty Bli of'Mississippi's. counties Wllllajm i 5.MW. ThAt claim Is 'prob-rilr correct is afljoii by the Yirdaman forces, who, howerer, etfmated the pIuraEiy at under oatdiuaces ctlll arc In the race for the fiiAeraalorial nomination, EL R. Charle ScolL and Earl Brewer. Silly-four counties glte Vaxdjman a Jackson, Miss., Aug. by the narrowest ol marglai for Joha Sharp Wflfaxes was tbe outlook late to day whea official returai began plhne up twentr-fouc ho-ars 1 ilter the polls closed la the-United States senatorial ft 1> thought Chinamen who did tae shooting frcini New York -to" the Oa! Toiji Pallid dp Via, M'Atte Secretary of Get! Great Welcome at Salt Lake. Sail Lake Ckr: Ulab, Aus. rrJu? bi iQTalld wife In bl arcs. >vn- lead orcr WIUIam5 ol D. HaVwond, secretary ol the Weslera Federation ot Miners, Ret urna to I be Commercial-Appeal frora slitj-four onuntln lo Mlnlislppl Vardaman .....................62.510 HUGE CANAL TUNNEL. Oregon lice trsli the foNowlaE rote la b.te cena- lull CTlnlnf tua wbl-h; tprial cosiest: alinusi ibe Mrs CsrruiberE, mother, was aarav (rool I he waiting carriage. and rrscuei by her stalwart on. The litter, after sbakins a fevT hundred hanis. tr-.enhcd omlxxly. and Tun'ltl ln World to Be Part of Big Frfnch Project. Paris, Aug. minister of puo- llc works the ;irojec: of the dcparticcat of bridges and roads for a canal lo rccrjcct the valley ot Ire Rhanc uith Mirsc-lllM. As the between arc too high for :ocVi, tbo project Involrcs a tunnel seven Kllomelera ID leopth at a cost ot ____ifSaa. Wto, Ai aged' 17, of Sac Iowa, Ui girl who las been a member of th "Holy sect at the Foumtai house here savers! this erea lag on the order of Court Commlsato Hemlock, was given Into the f. tody of the sherlK, who was entered to take the girl home This, despite ta fact that testified she desired remain with the tbat beta; "the Lord's wish." The court room wa crowded to suffocation, asd the ord ol the court was received with siou of approval. The Jumpers" content tha glil i wilh them of her own accord Tbe toraey for the "Jumpers'" stated b clients claimed no custody of the gl other than her own wishes aad th contained In letters from her pareal OJga-Luadel appeared In conpan with Mr. and Mre, L. Harrey, and oth members of the sect. her mol er saw her [be broke Into tears. Miss Kdlth Lundell. lister, told the court ot the arrival of tht.1 "Holy Jumpers" FAC aad their apparent influence orer jrjrl. When Olga disappeared they Bospetted ske spirittd away by the "J-nkperB." ixit they dented It unUI WBQoaed befora the mayor "of tbat dty, when tier, a4nlited Olga. was wnt.lo V.'jBkMhm. v. Miss also toM of her trip Sere la IS'oTember. She called at Foua- tatu home, where knowledge of the jfrl's irbereabCDts was rfeated. She also ;oM of herTtsit tt> Foynlaln hous-e wlia her mother Monday, ilotla her mothei and Olga wept, ihe Mrs. heM molher white Olsa rushed ojt of the room. The mother's hezltn was raiaed, said, Olga'a dlwopear- NEW rANOtEO TRUST IUJTINQ MMT II FILED IN NtW JUIEY. ACCOUNTING ASKED MCE1VEK FOR DIHANM ACCOUNTINe OP THt lUtlNEM. ABSORBED COMPANY AJMrimi Uriblin It Nviwd TnMM For Irallw Tnctoo, tan Soctr tomjany, ot bBtlncac for pMt tvu Tctn, VH DON'T FORGET ANYTHING. M'6111 AND BRIDE DES MOINES RIVER for the hone of bts slater, Mrs. Jamw Kilkn. 1 SWITCHMEN WILL STRIKE. Efforts to Arbitrate Denver Trouble Dcau-d. ADJT.- Xesotlatloni look- in? to a Mtllcneat of the nf To- Jw OW The tnnuei by Ib ca] svTilchmen yardmen on the amount excavated will fce the L- railroad can-.e the worU The wldA ot the canal eni this afteraooa. towpaths wlil he C6 feei and the from each side wore rejected The helnht 42 feel. Tata Inrolres tho cx- nrothtrbood of Jlallway TrainraralovaUon of cubic meter: declare n EirLkc li aotv unavoid. MURPHY SUES THE BROADWAY. against 1.05S.OOO in the famous road tunnel at Slupicii. the canal is ...200.063. Letdcr Resents Libellous Magazine Articles. New York. 2.--Charks F. 3fur fbj leader of Tararranj Hall, (oiar of a sutl for dan- upon Tfcosm H. McKec. dent ot the nroadwar JTagiilae. The trtlc'M tnlllled, ".lojisi versus Me- wit grew. out of the puo.lratJon of Clellan" .and "The New York altj Imtrogllo A of the arti- cle Inttsutea that as Tarn rainy leader. received: contracts In! Tftnra for the sanction of public of b er art rale T O TROLLEY GAR HITS AUTO: THREE KILLED ARE BOTH INDICTED GRAHD JURY CHARGES THEM WITH MURDER OF HAQU-'S FIRST WIFE. JUDGE RULES OUT ONE COUNT OF INDICTMENT BUT THB REST STAND. WATCH "HOLY WA R.- France and Over Morocca Parts, Aur- France Keep Guard Spala ire actfr.g In to meet the situat- ion in Moracco. A warship of eaca while turae la French and one Spanish venc.i are OD the war to Morocco. France bai opOMd to Spelc ite Imraediate g of French iinri Spanlih troops it Casablanca ?r.d ia anticipation of a hrorablfl report tas prerared three transports at Toulon to convey men and 300 to Itorocro, What further riepS con tcoi plated bu not been made puhlEc. A the- sltuatioa of deUj- la canted by tta wko is at Karlabad. A despatch froai Oran, Algeria, reports the state bank of Tangier pillaged ad BrltMt cocnUr employe captur- ed between Taajier and Blksarc, Tire la co rooicDulloa to this. ONE POINT QUASHED Aug. Fre Fay Graham Magill, Cilnlon. 111., atd his indicted Ihls mornlaK by i.__ grad Jurj on six counts charging them with tha murder of MasiU's first The jury reported at ten In bill against ilagtll there arc six counts. mini storing Etrychntno. 3 Administering arsenicj 3. Smnihering 4. Suicide compact." 5. Admlnls'.erins G. Ciuslng flealh by means not known to the Jury. Excite meet prevailed in the utreeti rhen the prisoners wero takec from the hi] to (he courtboufo; they ver clpseljr Knarded: BO Imiaediatfl trial 'Hi bo grsated. THREE WOMEN MEET DEATH ,N CRASH AT JACKSON, MICHIGAN. FAMOUS LONDON PASTOR NMFvv ot Illlnol. and Formerly in Amtrica. Xats Charles A. D prstor tbe Fcopla'i Tfiaple, one of tho test ktorn Mec- iXhlrt ctprnrmea la Xew England, difd widenlr of heart disease at hli hoae here He vas born la Qulncr, jcars ago. KB COLLISION OF AUTOMOBILE WITH SUBURBAN CAR 13 THE CAUSE. In tl% native at Cdorato Sprtnen. A acd daughter, iarvlro Mrs. RAPS AMERICAN MEAT ARE INJURED Cabinet Taktt Actlin. Parir, Ang. An extraordinary raceiLcg of the cabinet ms held th'.i (.fterLOon to dUciisj the Moroccan sit -Minister of Foreign Affairs' Plehon nrgcd Immcilitt action to pua- the ninrdfrtrs cT Kuroncats at Blanca, Pichon proposed saggest- to Spain tho media lasdior of Han Long Walt Otslon. UU tkU tl Jt4co Gochran talned the rnorton to quash sixth cQurn of the lEdfdments.afslnst Mr, am] Mrs. Fred He onirmle-i the rr.olfon to qniEh tho other in.ikt- ftkd a rrKriEon lo consolidate the cases. FO the hustwnJ wife roa14 ho IriM loeether. The court took this nndcr adrlst-tnout. The defense then aslctj that te set rarly- as possible. CLAIMS FIVE VICTIMS STRIKING MINERS HELD IN CHECK LAUNCH AND ITS OCCUPANTS GO THE- 0AM AT OT- TUKWA. RIVER A DEATH TRAP LATEST TRAGEDY MAKES NINE1 DEATHS- WITHIN VERY SHORT TIME, Spanish troops at s of the massacres. Villages ars Tangier, AUK. Stats Dank has adraaced to War Minister og troops to Cai.i Hlanca. The jovem- oseat comanTidera atlli trylag to Ralsall. who continues to holil' aclraD. Tlaisuli hu b-jraed teroral LlUgcs ccmo of his followers rero killed. NEW BRITISH PURE FOOD BILL MAKES STRINGENT IMPORT RULES- Jickson. Mkh, Aug. wo- were and two persons In- JarftJ when a suburban trolley car slrurfe an aa'-oinobilo herp tonight Idow, JThe rlctims wfro all of this dty. Tbe dead: MRS. 1.EV1 PALMIER. MISS BtRXICS OUVER. MRS. The Injured: Mr. w. Mrs. OJlrer. tho unused Rolxn.l Ihe artd tho Dc- Jacirson CWcApo, the BODY IN KANSAS CITY bill Inlro- hr John president ofths toomi toTcmnient boaM. the botrd of trade lo Institute rfpul.itlons .'or 'YreTCr.tlon c( rftpp-r arlsInRfr Intportaflon, prcpsratSos. dlstrtbuilcn cf articles or fcod." ras the second rei-IIni; In 'ho of lodAy. llyms erplalnf-1 i Uo aathonlkj it ro.id where (ho currtJ. A hooio sad Irres hM tha roaching car. From fiet on ite were cot H tfi believed Oliver, who ilrtrtng, dM col   am  THER WESTERN POI.'A'S MAKE SPEECHES. hirac0- An ST. fltjr hfo this sftcrcoon for Xcbr.iskt. points, to deliver ad NotFi Denver. Officials Say H Ing of a Quarrel The Ferieritloa The traia crows era by oo ncans complete and ore docks arm [att r nucibfr of mea" because when the itrtke -v.ts In tbo first stages manr left the of tho like to reek em- pToTDKDt Dodu are tfose- lr vucbed br gmrii of tho tttel eor- poratloa, Tti'ia fir (hera are no dlxtarbaace. Gorercor JoTisioa's proclamation, me- cordtnB to adrtecs from the to.TM, tad a Thc'itrtlt- ets convinced that n the nles Uld dawn hy tio eweotlva ara llfully TJolated by them, tEn iQTcraor rill kw? word. trMM icre instanler. taw >eea raado wherrty %wo Jocml nay te snmtaonei oo ieafs SIi ot ft whistle a of the prab follow- ed or throo U ererr inilltlan-.an to hasten FavtfMr tx> Dlaband are -AUS. rioteiK w recumcd at dartweak this wtieo the Japarwo cj-ralrr at tbo IltUe west cate'of the barrack.! and demanded ttat tho Korean ileni sarrcader Oiclr Koreans wem dritca back by a. Bra Crom tower gate, ffiQi were ttfo operated br General Okasttt. TelalorceO, SECRET SERVICE MEN WATCHING THE JAPS SOME IN THIS COUNTRY ARE SUP- POSED TO BE SPIES. HOMESTEAD STEEL HILLS OUT THE JAPS. So Do the Wo'Xs and Other Dig Fattoncj En the EH l. Aching the ippc-'fj [o b? In Ihli The f.rst rxport carr.o from Tip- ton. Co'cnel oT-ler ro Japs fa i-i pkijri-.cat lit the Hotr.fi.ejil 5tr< other I rr.'.l'n tta works an. -ftherc they applied. PHOME STRIKE 13 ENDED. ten FrancftKO Rvtum to Work it ttw OH TfTRw. Ehtn PtencUco. Cal, pbxxM voo IWTO on Uif X to Turk er vmdlUoDJi preraUicig wteo cd out. Tho strike wu off  a Th" cacUii' c.1-: [.T tthb ihr lilr'c-ateatc-l tab'ts L- sn-lnalK lo Iraa-Tcr them to ihf wil.lfr farts SVIS thutn, AcMIl and (vnrortel ictlon lo itito iba: f, mJrol Koreani long iffvV-f e-t were fcli.ed jrAtorJa> .B a[ lo the Icsj ot their fessk i witli the REPORTS OF THE CLASHES KOREA CROWING MORE SERIOUS,   

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