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Cedar Rapids Republican, The (Newspaper) - September 10, 1907, Cedar Rapids, Iowa CEDAR MORNING, SEPTEMBEIt 10. LATEST REPORTS FROM THE CANAL ZONE ARE MUCH MORE ENCOURAGED. fGUESS-1' YEARS WORKING OF THE r ,RCE WILL fHE TIME. WASTE; is CUT OUT Extravigucf Is Absent from the "Canil 2one aad the Coun- try Is Getting Worth of Results. thousands of eteel rails, beapa of railway tools and steel all eJ aud buried in din ami rust. lacblaery which. hid cost pSjWO.OOO ilrewn aioag the Hoe of (he cana.1 or a distance of about forty 'en steam pumps reservoirs, tlcii hatl cost not tbaii JM.OOO were lying in a. heap just is they bad jumped from the cars, the crat as bad not even bwn removed, white at a near AlnuttLIlt, miles rom Panama, there vas a pllo of rust ita, which had never. used whkh could not baro been- bough under. Rust I eg [a sheds were A bundled and twoc-ty locomoUYea- English, French, Belgian and -American; at the canal's month a dozen large tog-boats were lr- 1ns rotten aad useless; n-bilo on a trass-grown, Decaying spur at the con- struction' ralrroad a few milts eouch- west of Cutebra cut, were 'a Phila- delphia toootnoUre aad train of sereo- teM cars studtaf Just where the eu- pntcr 'shut off the steam when the flu- bubble" burst aad he and the crew left 'their, work. TLve soil was' soft and epongr and the weight of the lo- coatotlve aod cars had borne heavily on track and thft train bad sunk a >arf OCI En the An4 and ouula ground about the harbor al tjokrn were toss upon tons of costly nacbioery which had been dumped trrfo the scat without erai been taken from the cases. En called "Or. Armbruster's dSxasc." but! arr.6u? the UVjr" organ Izatloaa It 13 Known as "union paralysis." It In a shortening of the tendons of tt'e resulting la a gradual coatrac- tloa of tie fiosera, and, hi sotte a "complete clcslag of. the hied. The, causa Is to aa: extreme s-.rala on the musc'.ei made necesiarjr through the use" ot modem tools and sienis'cf Industry. The spread of tte i has rapH enough to ca'ise the Steamntters' Lialon (o start an gatton la tte Interest of Its President Join ol Ihe organ iiailon was one of the tat to be at flictediwltb tte trouble. Uaagaa Is an employed la the cllj hall but fw reirs be tas been ac- stained to heaxjr lools used In cutting steam PEACE WITH HONOR" LABOR LEADER WILL OFFER TELEGRAPHERS A WAY OUT OF THE TROUBLE. thre with wronj Imported NEIL GOKS ALSO pwbifeljr have noticed duria; past lew "month's tha improved tope from the Panama ca- "nil. that soon would fcesln 'to is arluaMy f tampletion Is now Bured fad, and the time retiuirod.for becomes a mUcr'ot in about eleven from Belgium, at .enormous expense were disposed of In way. An outer waH lo break the dash of the wares was made of gigantic Worts of con' erele ail numbered and. shaped for thtir places-In the wall which was ti project tbe caual froai the suoMen. rise- of tfce Chasrej -'riTer. Jhcse btoclcs were made In France aod taken across the Atlantic, only to dropped Into ILe ocean. Untied -SUtet Labor- ComifflMion Goes for Vttit to Oyster. Bay and Will Confer With Union Leaders. At tie work .will be.fiooa FORMER EDITOR DEAD. Wasfcinfiton, SopL Gomptrs erf the American Federatlo' of Labor left today for N'rw Votk t center with Presidoul Small of Th legraphcrs union concerciDy a LKOI itlon ro jcttte'lhe strike. Officials the telegraphers' union here toda eat President Small a In tkh they Bald. p-ceVs ago Mangan of tbe fingers oa his righThand were" contracting, radnally paralysis seized upon the and until It became practically ess Alarcced, ilanfwn coasulted Dr. ohn B. Murphy. The Gufgeon In- ,ed him tbaube disease was an In arable ile explained that the ecdota In the forearm had contracted In order, to allow tbe to eatnue their- natural pcoitEoas, It be" necessary to sever ten doss wbfch woald result, bowerer, la i absolute loss of'control of the sand Presided Mangan started I: quiries in tie union and dtefoverc more thaa a down steanfiltera who! suffering from "Dr. Armbrcs'.er'B disease." or, as tt was more familiarly known'among.tbe members, "ualcra "Union paralysis." said Maogan yes- terday, "Is a new menace to the work- hare not. completed our yean. But It .is that each. year.'each moath iu'iact. shall see' promlnenT politician of 'lows, John Hornntteln of Away In ChteafiQ. Boanc, Sept. Hornsteln, merly editor ol the Bopne County Democrat, an3 a former posloiaster hicxase in the rate aow !s af Tha progress can b2 itcrease-d to an fcxleat that will eee coaipletjca' of me great tssk within peven years. Suuiu of th? mor2 optim- istic'-tay life years, but the engineers who'are'doUn'-tae-" work do not told oat that hcW; One aEtbe remarkable lulDjs this canal aadertalrinz. en a; j io the people other cat! imiay at his" bume tn Cbicaso. there eight, years enterc of Hard in Which' the I on Htt Decided- ly Better "of'It- San FVahcisco, Sept. 9. A left wiug to' the body, cleverly blocked by Gans, cost "Jimmy- Brill any chance ho might have ta.l.to win tho lightweight cfcampIoBship qf world today "and brought to a five rounds of fast witnessed ttoi 6t which, together with s'ow p sea from the Mr and It to t be JIu or the fourlh rouad. IL plant without impoverlshina Wflst arfj rtoKgh wenL ou fire arms to anyone, until time BOY KILLED BY CARS. PASTOR GOES TO ILLINOIS. Well Known Man Will Take Bloomlrtgten Church. Sept. Jay for elsht years ttie pastor Was Trying to Jump on Freight Train at Mystic, Sept. tho of Mr. and -lire. John Twiner of thus place Instantly kill- ed aftornooa white alteajpt- to board a movies train In the ;ee yards. ,lte lad> micsed his' s poasibliUy of further outbreaks lad passed. Before tte order was Is- _ucd several hundred anJ Jj.- atese cad armed Get Together. .AH Chinese and Japanese domestic servants, of whom hundreds are em- ployed la" Vancouver, have stopped work and fiate been forced by threats of Ihcir countrymen Co act part, OL the defeaslvo -guard.. Orientals em- ployed In the milts also slopped worlc and hare taken refuge in tha quarter occupied by countrrnwn, -whei they are preparing to in lag any further attacks "that nay I of "the Cealra] lletbodlst Episcopal Ifoortng wHle onto a freight made. Two 'ttiodred ;xA bitipp church of this city, "and one of the [far and most prpmlcent clergymen ot the tas been released -by tae Iowa, once to Meibodlst Episcopal 9hurch. at Ill- A was TV d froin Ilurilnjrton announcing the Or.e IIK winter he ex- s ground to death BALLOON EXft DITIOH IS AGAIN DELAYED V-Y UNFAVOR- ABLE WEATHER. WILL 'RETURN HOME gineer "unlit i TicnLa'ad siw tor myself, what eHravsifliicc then was" the Uian-.us froni liSsl to Th-i of ?2C3.pW.CtO was spent ir buTdiag fourth ot the canal taeiDcera tay that the same work, baning the accidenia fron tae'Cb'agres river, could be dor.e for JK.v-O.OCj. To he 'exact, the De coiapiay pulpits with Rev.' Mensdea of the Methcdist Episcopal church, and he madu such a favorablo they "started at once to cure'hiia for their pastor. In complr- las wiih the request of tae toa ch'irch, the Iowa has removed him against the will of the clal beard of 1ho local church. ALL-IS STRAIGHT cofnln State Fair Are Atl Like kee SfpL s At the date Kv-, jvi'i- special -'policemen .BRINGS NEWS ftiJAr WELLMAN SOON. N'onrav. Sept. 9.- -Accord WRECK VICTIM heats.' pace. 1-2. .fere-sworn in today and there Is.fc of-calling "oot the-mlllUa.' There t little donbt will Jooe la-case the rloHrg" Is renewed.' Keeling, air orer the, city THUS blgb, and attack is llkeiy to'occur at any time- So far there have.been no fatalities, although several of those Injured in Saturday list's arc [n serious condition. Twenty-rix rioters' wew OHM ,00. GETS AWAY WITH TRUNK. Fuef Makes Baggage Look Like Easy Mark. Eoone. Sept. lobher worked a nooih game terc yesterday. He weni no -the Xoiih-ses'.ein bnggage rooni, ook a check from a aad slipped t. He seoa anrt told the has- gageman that he had a trunk. Jtistde a chcik. The man was the trunk aad took-it to It ayta aad stole a q.-jintlty of woman'i clothlag. Tb trunk, briocgeii lo a, Booao school teacher. Tbe maa then sold the Kaae Tip have no cluc-.'The OWEC Suaberg, a Jsnk dealer, for ?2- K [eft trunk la tae hotel and skipped, of the trunk was a slranger .coming to fn.the citv actools. WRE6K VICTIMS ALL IDENTIFIED .uaumyu. (air all cveatc itat tn strife" vtrftt HazeU Grattau" woo. 1-4. trot. Uneedo 1-4. Gutelon won. about PW.WO.OOO excavated leas than "O.WO.WQ o feaitb. "TCie talk abont lha palmy d3js when was the 'rule in Ssn Franclscn and at Virginia there were not. coaip With iho of 5 SSI ISS3, men midc' franca profit a iKobth at ad Colon. I wet one ir-an wto sold and doakcys .to lha Panama Canal company In 1S62, and mislo f.QO.CCO. clear Jane and September from an InvejteJ of He lcl'1 me Q[ a inpn "from Orleans broagM (own the siftck of rubber boots (neces- wy IB la lac streims) worth about and who the. whole. lot to a contractor. To Its canal company for rasb ing-to Captain Isachem, commander of the XorTcign Artie .eip; T-hlch arrired hero today from the Tiortb. Walter anil party of the Chicago Kecord-IIcrald expedlt: "nrohably will return here at the end f the present month, abandoning their to attempt to reach ihe pole iti an airship for Ihe present year. No start had attcrr.pted up (o Aug- ust 20lh" ani the weather ..j that date precluded an ascent of iho airship, northerly winds, fog and iow prevailing. DEAN GREGORY HONORED, Is Karfe Member of General Coun- cil of Bar Attoclallon. l Sep'.. John N. Wation Ic Buried at Iowa City. Towa City. Sept. N. Watson, oae ot victims of the Norris SJdins wreclr, ivas burled here thEs afternoon from the hoae of hla pircnia, Mr. and- Ms. John S. Watson, of Iowa City. Th? Iowa. City lodge of of which it. wai a re- comls'-adiJcd member, attendeil la Lody. TWO BIG LINERS IN SPIRITED RAGE LUCANIA AND.LUC1ANIA HIT THE ATLANTIC TOGETHER. STOLE MONEY FROM SHOW. Xol teity of Iowa Colhso of I-aw has bcea onoreJ ty tho American Bar on. him a of the tcsenil only ia Iowa and one of tee rer? lalej art> lolrl. (co. of tho who grand dinner? at which chiiapasr.e was ilrar.V: ly ihe d aatl women amuso-l i l LUCANIA LEFT LIVERP001. AHEAD OF HER RIVAL. NEWSPAPER ACCOUNTS LEAD TO IDENTIFICATION OF TWO YOUNG MEN. effect-of the riots of Saturday night. Xol a window In the fitly or more stores and other places of busl- Less conducted hy Japanese and CM- iese remains and costly Etocki of goods arc badly damaifed. It Is jalil nrranBCffients are fccins made to demand heavy- indemnities 'Torathecltrhut It is repoited Mayor erwnni PIN LED TO Uethuhane has said not one ceai of HIGH SCHOOL PIN LED Hy will be raid. The matter wlH finally be to the dominion FROM HAMILTON, ILL. COVERY OF BODIES BY .THEIR FAMILIES. The Up tt> John Bull. Japanese consul tero Gft Away With frcm Theatrical People. Iowa City, Sept. rsown rcbieri onlere-I the tent of tbe faring tte nisht aad stole fl55. Tho was con- cealed in the shoo trns'of thouiaoils of Invritois In Anil equally rcmarVab> Ii 4ho dfscrlptlon of the slitc of la! her WOTX ha.1 fcasc.l. Maehlany appit.Uns that V cost MHllnaa of rtjllarp wore tell rot te swamp and (oreiL-. Thfrt of from Franco ind PclgUim at a cos t of. 5. ttt eioiraoai ttcanx cranot paper, which the Boston Herald com- mented upon editorially; fathered and secured the of resolntfcci, maVlng K-rAasaador 'honr'i- ary [an nnpreoJtntcJ konor for a con-America an-1 InlroJuced tte host of Honorary Presi- dent PbHUmore durlnj; two days. WOMAN WAS A MISER. tore of Cold Rings and Money Found Tn Iowa City Baicment. wi City. SfpL to the aura of IIJCO an.! thirty-sir s were cih'ia'cd in the cellar o Cbarles Gebfcardt today. Airs, fic t iariR? tae winter then her has been M ditclin RI search for valuables 5h? ha tn ihe Cflfar, his quest fnilifuL The dca'l wflnoan hart a mania for pold 'his acco-intr for (be "Jewelry f'.ore" cnortlicd. i.in 'UNION PARALYSIS" NEW PERIL AN ODD DISEASE THREATENS TO CRIPPLE THOUSANDS OF WORKINGMEN. ARM CRIPPLED EXAMINATION SHOWS USE 0 SMALL TOOLS CRAMPS THE HANDS PERMANENTLY. WEATHER FOR IOWA aihlngtcn, Sept. Partl ftdiy. ponlbty rain In thi Wed idiy Uir and warmer. On Hoard the Lusitanla, Sept. 9, rertakcn and oil the Bkenies morfllcs. -he eachod Quccnstoma at 9rK thEs ntom- ,nd tba Lucaala ira mlnulei later. ships ran Into a fog onuslns the Raren Ishll, director of commerce an.i. trade of. the Japanese foreign oftces who in the city, hare coTnrannl- ___A ibe facts to the Japanese COT- cmmcnt En IshSi also Is re- ported 10 bave caSJed .1 report of the rim to Ambassndnr Kace'xo In thi request th.it he tike the mat- ter tip with the British Eovernment. Telegrams also have teen sent Jar-a- new Cnasul Ocnernl Xosse at wto wlH lay Ihe matter before Four attacks we re nn'> upon the ori- ental flvarlers Saturlaj much damapo was done, Tfce Chi- fle-l Japnnesc oppc Sort.
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