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Cedar Rapids Republican, The (Newspaper) - August 13, 1907, Cedar Rapids, Iowa REPUBLICAN; 37. CEDAR RAPIDS IOWA, TUESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 1907.-10 PAGES. FRICE rrm cam. NO. 183. KIT ON CORRESPONDENTS JLOE IN HOT WEATH- DROLLERy. -Lj__ IT NOW 6PQNKNT tf .NITELY WHAT HE HE6. SOLE AMBITION Scrita Unkindly Fir- ftqraur BcurM'. Activity Will Put RooKVdt In Robe. di s ol when lUtre else from -which to ma Washington corps ot w bas lakes u? the natter reildcnfE ttituie, with a view rln j him of anilely as to what do alter Jlarcb 4, 1J05. time there lack IOWA EDUCATOR TIRES OF "ANGEL FACED CHILD." OUSTED FROM IOWA Ft ELLSWORTH CALL'S RECORD AT DEXTER 18 MARRIAGE ON TRIAL In Cue Hti Files a Hot to Hii Petition jy ofer the peace country at e, a sort of steady Job Si for the worlii. There was an jjrrent of sentiment in to or of 'R him to shako up the dry if United States senate. It dnnol out" that as tho sena- ot Thomas Collier Tlatt tlw same itay as> Jl-1 5lr. It's presidential term, it rhfi no trojble at all to chuck 'stttntout ol tfce White Hoasrt e senate chamber Mt-a, appeals.] powerfully ta the _toa In their they saw a Fort ol cem- clrrjs with Roosevelt as a aud ihey fairly howled with -the Idea, of b2 Ihiogs he woul 1 "some of ti-c coiP'" ebbed hut PH! traditfcns of the eeoatr AH Settled. only romalce il therefore, lo Jtoosevelt BLoutd The matter was finally a lew days ago Trhen the of Nc1 paper sent journal resident RccseTcIt hns VjL ona "in for bis own fill-are. H. CQ U a senator of the Ur.llei il from tbe state "f New York he has finished his term as presl- -and he Jceaii'l want anything e aulfcortlj on which this state JB maiic is tbo highest passible, Ident Rcosrvelt 1s net i-t-rsoaally around telling .iftti, h'lt there It no room what-1 for'do'iiil lhat personal ilc Js lo Blep from I ho hctisf 'the senate chamber, and, na ihc of Thomas Plait, ba present first roll call ot the'txtra set- list hli prfV.deMlal tuccossor call, an.l ublcb will ccme to or- et-on March 5, I9W. .V No More -White ol Jlils tiilk about tae possl- fllty of Presfdini R-xiJevc-Jt succee-i- himself has boon ihc vcrlosi rcoon- so lar as tho president Hmself there ..e number of citizens that wo'ili to have Mr. Roosevelt In ilia ho'JEC lor (our >eara after hU n( tern; expires, and k is equally lhat Vashlnntor (he t'rtsHcnt ltd for OjHcr Hay I at the Houfc evcrj t pact i from politics, 1he last tlrre be crossed sworts Kith Capt. Hull, is reported lo nodlfwj his Tlevs coacemlag the uiies of private life, and IB ready to icake another fight for lae concessional nonitnatiofl la this dis- trict. It is reported furthermore, If Doirel is in the net Prouly a certalnlr will be. Worries .'All of which is to enrrTjairas5lrs to the state adminis Uoa rcachlr.e.' Congressman Hull Joiocd hands with GoTernor Cummins In Uil cam- paign for p-irposes .oJfisJre'aad feaiUe.-Hall says le carried oat !_._ part of (he compact lait fear and be experts tte Cuir.mlns people will staai by tJrelr part nest DowcII has been a hewer ot wood and n drawer of water for the "progreslre" forces for seTeral years and his irle are readr to servo on the pec on state fco-ise bin tlat tber will scbstsntfal for tie Dowell canriiCacrwhen the proper time cones. The state- macais them, htit nnder tho r.ew ruling tiey must charge .r up with as little M I cent if there ia any error in tho bill, musl rcfur.d Iho of tha trror IT II was In fivor of tbe rafl- roart company. This lyltng coTera all whether the error resuHIng Irom nlllp'.lcatlon or addition. The conmfMrn has m'cd tliil -henever a railroad a to lpptr. and that kiwrr tKan f us- rat rate of tho railroad, the lpper is compelled to pay tor eight at regular rate, ro K hov much higher lhat may bo than rate was quoted by the ntl- lonp r can Moit politicians her tuns story, nhetbcr ther of Mr, Cortelyo'i> OTTUMWA SCENE OF MANY TRAGEDIES OLDEST SOLDIER IS ACTIVE AT Sit REMARKABLE SERIES OF TRACE- DIES AND ACCIDENTS IN TWO BRIEF DAYS. 5. FL CHASE OF COUNTY CELEBRATED BIRTHDAY. SHOOTIN7G THROUGH TWO. WAKS SOCIETY WOMAN FINDS HUS- BAND AND MILLIONAIRE FATHER DEAD IN HOME. Olt.-JTnwa, Aug. cltr In tao past two Cays has the sreae of an number of shociitnR deaths or otner accidents. The nrnst terions hare been the Gortrsoy. S3 years, meets deith at hands of sor.-lnlaw. Frank ll'insaa. who ooroaUli suicide dvTtely afterward. Corone-r's j'lry re- ?tra. 3Iary Anno BnxVs dfes sudder- Iy nf dropsy. Sarah Crowe pissfs away un- from heart failure Frank Fuilwood of Ttut- >dp> shoofcr "CrafiwMck" .Tones: In bar'K with both of rtoubl? barreled Run as tesult of old fec-t. Jnnes will recorer. ifrs. Sfdry RhTr.ehArt flf for takes large fine recover. iXsvtmna flrc dwiroys barn? aaiJ content-; of Otlumwrt Salw on sontb aide. Ixiss, K.OOO. Fire oarcs on West Secxjaft Theoiorf' R-.imler, cne hone Si'Xl. Murd-r And Suicide. horcp fro-n TI chopplr.R (rip fl.i.1 hpr ajre.I fvfcir 'rfnK proae on the Hror, drad fmm a bnllct Us stmrvjrh, ard he.- murderer, n sikHo la his room, of Wi untTn. promlflf-nt wowan r tiiv rltr. Her rather. fTcorpe Ood- frcr. a hfr forever fifty rfjpy r of Mtvt after frrorH of Ot ratptl a aa'I for was out nf the ic irrn ol tfcts plscr. llrr tl.nci rr.avrtr of thn dt> nf OS- ra. on the tickr: for i n.m-Nr ol w35 proving1 In thf liff nf chit f.tr. Thr- crtnr- aNvr S Opmtert on Private Wfres PreM tmjrvdk and hfjny Have Al- up Mjy Compjete Today. MEMBER OF IOWA'S MOU5 'GREY-BEARD REGIMENT. the olttest E ie, IL Chase, fcls e r la tXe- stale ot Iowa, il. and tl tte PtwM- r oral n ate I for a I term" SInco Ibe Pretlilfftt Iffl for Oyster [cl-ib was a n.a to r. Ro'irre Iron the nlpht T> In Park. M-1 morrow Iro nil will bo lo VInojarJ it. plice has Ixes rflniluctlng iJKaxea. anil on the IrJUrra KRdlnt a ion rolnra to Xcwport ion City In lh Throes of Death. rify. Hide Oaurhlcr of 1' city rtranX a rr.3j Ala. rnltel ChrlMlan tc-h hail a f.fl 1 for several r.veni T rfnrealion rf his parly H will hHd Miy 1, r.ost. Hixk lilind. r.l. IVn Vcn Ahronrrcj thai tdo patty's c.ia i all! be run a platdirm Klnp anniversary today. Great preparations mifio the affair, and while oV.ly relatives and friend! were I: several hnadred paniclpated I the celAtatleni. The celehratloa tooli at oW homestrafl near llos row. Iowa, where Mr. Ciiift spent greater part his life and x number of Jils were born and reared. Veteran of Two Wan. Mr. Chase Is coccedrf to be ose ot Ihe Oldest solJIers !n Acierlcx Dur- fng tho Afexlcan war be acted as ft (olrxiod. ami tfl his troops Inlo lha City of Mexico after tie battle ot YW.i, and of officers, ts the only eurvlvor. Dnrlnj the civil war ho Joined tho famoita Grey Bftaril rejlrr.eat and ed as a prbale d'ltlnj the entlrft four oC Iho coafllct. He was a n ber of Companr B, TMrtr sef' Itrra Infantry, ar.ii jervrrf In that i paay for two aad or.e-talf -Lived Hire Many Mr. Chase Is also one of Iho New JtrrTt, 12.- The strike of he tetegrapli operators which has nf- many elites the ry, to York when teen employed by holh the Western Union and Postal companEej quit work. Tno Postal strikers saU tat per cent of tSielr men out. Tho Uaioa officials de- clared tbat 50 per cent of ti.e day left the Extra police wtro called oul to- preserve nnler In the vl- clnlly of the telegraph bnlMlncs, bat :hore wis llltle or co for their services. Ttc erowda vere or- tly. Secrttary-Treas-irer of the local unton said that the local mea ha.l valkcd out ullbo-it any order from (fce colon offlceni and that they look the matter tn their hands by goisB o-Jt Ho said the offl- cers of the ynioa, HHHiph. wouW stand by the strikers la ttelr action, Took Matters in Own Hands. Mclnerny uIO lhat he realized lhat the lecllog of the den was siren? agalast tfee company, bat tLe locil oKcers haJ doi.c all they could. to prerent the ir.en going oat. 1U Uld: 'The officers regret the ncUoa ot men in golag out at this Lime. Via filo. all we coy] 3 to restrain Item, but they were 'simply goaded tnio gulus 'The lafit brofce. th.2 camel's back can.e (ooaj- when three men, hul bec-n discharged lait k for to wrork on strike Breakers were went to the main ol the Union to set llwlr tltr.e. They were by one of iho operators to get out of the office, and tbe man ac- companied the eJetUncnt wlih Tte fault Is Ihe cctn- pany, for dvne nil we could to wTenl this uoulle. Tie local stand by he men." Arbitration Falls Through. Chicago. Aug. Arbitration ot the telegraphers' la au attecipt to arrange which aatfe ttcelvod a quieliis boih froai ir-t-n acd from tic Western IJnlcia Telegraph company. Ttt- Chtrago operators In no uncertain Icrnu rtp-ii- Lateil the peace neasures ivhich were a sort of symposium affair contributed by llalph M. Eatley. chalrnnn ot (hi- executive committee of the CUic Federation, UuHert Suscs of l-fcarles P. C. r.cr.eral Prejl-ienl S. J. Small of the Commercial Telesraphers' L'r.lon of e coucty. hrr6 ITOTO than ftfty yea? DurlnK that tln-e he hns always taktn 'ri an active par! In politics, and hp 1B" TOtM for Rnoaereli In tf hli nlnetwnlh prosldcntUJ ballol. Iff u all of vfclrh hi nirroil lhat antl wis rrf n nun hj srn in (he illalr.p r nad takes prnl In eurrent and loral He rreJH jhort to his li> ttc fO-iniy Totor nr.A W, B its now out nn hill and If-plr r.ve eiptclM to rvirsi1 up at tho Si-rtfmNr tein; ff wirt. Korner Oo'isiy naUs wll) biro lo pay Kirk she cf Atnerin aad Pre.'lilcRt s of Ite Fnloratlon of General Superintendent T. 1'. CooX of the Western Union Telegraph ir.y Issur.r a Elatctcent fn which ha iW flatly that itere wouM bo co tratloo. Calls Fight Nearly Won. General Secretary Wesley of ,e ualon a b'llictln lo flrtklat; locals In he told them to Jtsr.d and describe their fiEhi In remtfe of ths day Irasefi- working for the brok- ers, packers and pirps fleinar.is for bipaer w.ijfj, in- Pndontlr nr.A rriiately, on Ihrlr (IrnTs. follonini; a voto lafcea by ibem yc'terd.iy. It was said scrral broken; slgrtii up. Out by.TVjmcrrow. PrcsMcnt Ahwrn. in lo a puestion as ti> nhc-lfcer the strike would atfcct orcratora oa leased "It ts Hkolr thai all tate.i out before Operators at ami O-aira, ho so far Eluck lo their rock iMay. to wires wllh Hrlkc breakers at tix- nttcr end. AMES LOSES CONVENTION. BURNED Council B'uTTi Wcn-an Recdvti h ly Fatal Nttorr.ry hut Inn OccMM tesio' Co-incll AUR hat! no ir. rHaln It itts wVca la lb( ml. living At Ift7 Rlrn Mrftt. oRej' hfM State Highway Cemm'mon Will Ca la Couicil Anr arr.nsl of tho Anil Unjjs ccnvrr.ti, will not N1 hdrt hf-o joir a< hw esporlCil. on acrour.i nT the eeTmoTT; h.-r.' hivinc boon In ty AM n-tiM in nircilnc hivlr.c Caiir- I'ftiinty nl'l wit.1! the fif tho n in 1 Ihoi of tho.'r sfn'i't ftrnlr.il nxi-U V.I I rerlouily ami pciljps fatally I at noon today. I ftft'Tmen'i lie. Jaud rocktlcJ tfe n-.onef. Th- i.toitrr h" fln-t M c-oj: fn ,vo: Crtunrll Rl'iff" lr.--'i-l Of ll t in ALEC it at
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