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   Cedar Rapids Republican, The (Newspaper) - December 17, 1907, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                RAPIDS IOWA. io PAGKS. FLEET UNDER WAY AFTER REMARKABLE NAVAL PAGEANT 1 chandler, tad frtsealtd to MK I Hooserell as is tne ptesldti VKMTINO BOB- EVAN3 aoJ UJ "sala flaarttreS 'tat? his 'FLEET WELL ON WAV TA TO PACIFIC. GRAND MISIDENT RE- CEIVES OFFICERS AND THEN REVIEWS THE FLEET. exclaimed those him; you our enlisted men ..eryJbhiff. They are perfectly '1 anil are up to everything cE Ihem. Til's Is iudeed a great a great day." Reception to Admlrmlk. ..isiiral Erana. coaimandeMa ot the departing fleet, .van tbe first of Ihe flag officers to be over the tide ol the Mayflower. He hurried to whs re tbe v steel nas -watting and, biiBffing his baad to salute, paid bis formal and gate, his per- MARVEL EXPERTS Elate supreme court "lo enjoin.. the railroad trots lalurfcg pob1le ty cbartf of for its interstate set .-Ice AS a coaanjoi! carrier in Naoraiica unlawful auJ eKtimtoaate rates aad (torn defy- ing Nebraska bflcerB discharging tbflr lawful dullei." Tbe lair InrolYed It tbe statute ea- ftcted ty the leglrtature ot Nebraska cilibUchlRC paiBenger rate of two cents a rrilp, prohibiting- tae'.ssuincs ot oaiset reducing cwtsln freight rales to the eileat of 15 per teat ol the old rale In inierstf.i.1 SEftVICaU FOR KINO OSCAR. Royal Family Preterit at Ccrtmony Royal Stockholm, royal ranllr Of was presort at the in the yanKe chapel thia ts memory of tbe Ute K.nj Oscar. A choir ot bnadreJ rolce Mr< the Requiem and the Inteje VJIM, aad Ktttx war.nl tbaaked the slgneri lor Uieir Imp An forty fee h.jh. covered iritis cloih, bearta lht mocoeram of Kins Oscar anJ bu mounted by a slrver star, has k assurance Ibal Hie ships In bis command were 'ready for tbe trip to the other, side of [he nejaiapn'ert President Roosevelt arkno-rlcdged tile with lifted hat and MAGNITUDE OF UNDERTAKING IS IMPRESSED ANEW ON NAVAL AUTHORITIES. THOUSANDS THERE SHortj and Lined With Multi- todes of -Admiring Amertcan5, Bidding Farewell to Loved OIKS on Board. tne formal1 wo rdi of greeliug as erected on the bridge leading to HI' (Jarfcola cburch. THREE NEW CARDINALS rllh the 'Corcrnmebt Stalled, Navy Yard. Norfolk. Va., Dec. ibe Associated I'ress Ihe fleet, that at loaigbt the fleet olf HaUeras, southwest." of Dla- uond. shoals, cruising at. 10 knots, la loar columns abreast. Tfce sea was xcioollu Cbarlestou, S. C., Uec. wireless itatSon at tbt nivy yard ett up the Uattle.-hlp toalRhl. The niesfcaso said thp was then (at 8 o'clock) forty miles' north east ct Cape Haueras." headlnB tenth by soiilhpasL ai a ot leu knoti, and mtulas to1'' abreast. The IjML.te expecteJ to juss "this port they were uttered- Tbea, arief ceioeaoor eadeJ, te Era oa' band and sire of shakes. The wo conTersed together for a moment or two calll arriving flag and leers" Bet rtceptloa lato full awlnt- Kraos was about 10 take his leave and Ibe mder way, Ite f resident' foHowed" 6 la to Ihe gangway and tbea called hla aside for nearly five minutes of tamest coaver- BiUon. The preiMeit spobe with his usual emphasis and the admlra: llRt'en- ed -with constant affirmative nods of bU bea.1. in. parting with Che ot the fleet, the .president waa -wholly in tor- xal and to eacb'bad a cordial kud CREATED BY THE AT A 8E- CRET CONSISTORY HELD IN ROME. clasp, a g p of ihe uniformed shp'il- oine, Dec. Three new cinlinals were created toy tfce at a cret coaBlstory In They are Jlonslpior tary of. the conffregatloa of extraordia arj" ewtesiastka; Uoosleno IjQCon.-jrchbls.iop of Rheims, aa4iloa 1' T Acdriep, archWsiop ot fier and hcaily "goo3 Oye, old fellow and good luck." A" Riot of Co for. The fleet prepared to wrtcomt tbe prcshieni and rhea the while hull of the Mayflower a lie oat ID tte dlslauco final pre Point Com fort, Va, -Dec. Sixteen bard't'tUsis.stseVbelbrf Amer- irah fdn-brtstliBg, b-ar- ly or girth: n'nVipaTkUdg of griiler Ibc aea-expedltloo of H.thW foreign Md it cllbte-s.-to the west coast ol United States- "on the brwie --ioV 'h'lV crmEser' the- W Ihe raajrniawnc fonr- IlGo'of flshtlnE vessels during the of the voyage. From ttfl 5TOU31 In Hampton to the of bay hts fligolhlue point- ed- tbc tn'Uie new home at tlie Gpldea TBen. whea the je' ei of tie were rislbJe throueb" the wide iwunj capts of Vir- be turned aside tad. cotn'ug lo trie passing were rusieS wlib a will.' Tbe last beii wf iiie mornTus watch bad not wbea droailci; lines a flut- ter varicolored signal flags, were lifle.l to the trucks a'bore the. Gay appeared as If by oh sblp.ot fieet, aad remalaed aloficntil the rresldeot nad taken Us plat; head of ths Uac, and then .catue' "tumUljne to f dechs and ibe -ships bad ouce u< auumed the ot.'crTjIsln? Theucanda of 'Spectators. The'-Q'd'ift'tnt aad the ram- parti of tbft binorin iyonrpe 'were lined thousands of people the fleet lined anchor anit. eel call. Other ttto-jianili'.were pirtJertKl aboard ucurilon cralli .ot ail descriptions. The -coyernmeat' pier far at roads.at Point A viag- ot biurianlcy. In tbe crowd UoulgBOT. Kennedy, (he American collese, was cr. titular bishop ot'Ad rlaaa polls, a which never before bee conferred upon a. rec'.or. hieni bela-.officlally announotd day's cocibtory. Some lime aso It was thought tha Arciblshop Ireland would be made cardinal at this consistory, but th! Catholics QIC; The arcbblsfaop in 'ihe sacred collese are voi iop.- of American be ieferre.1. atlivs In bis 'behalf, however, is tbo-jght to be only a matter ot year or two before the distinpils American prelate will he gfrea the tat.' Il 'is safd that pope reiJy cyavinced that Archblah Ireland !s deserving of the honor, bti he cm choose whomever h thjoki be'it without. "any tnterterence. .tbe coagreiatioas on whleti tne pre- lates depend' or taye depended are always coa silted-1 :i HUMMELL DYING. A BIRD IN THE HAND IS WORTH-TWO IN THE BUSH. THRKKCKSTS. NO, 241., REPRESENTATIVE SMITH INTRO- DUCES BILL CREATING NATIONAL BOAY TILLMAN ON A. TEAK 'PJTCHFORK" BEN TAKES A SLAM AT ABOUT EVERYTHINO IN SIGHT. ADJOURN SATURDAY Both HottMs Wli Take a HalWay Va-' cation from Next Saturday til Firtt -Menday January.1 Vatican today -VWentfcriul Sptctacle blite of Hie sky, the iVrelch or tofc-cntn sei. the glWenlKs ot ipoi leu hulls, tlw carl at foam crested beV tte chtsriai of sailora afloat tai Men-is tha Wowlns'tae of "Auld La" Syne" foatlng across the, I or rM'-f of Ami "foe f.Mi of rituals' an-1 ihe noom cannon martcd the the to toe ives. sweethearts ot the INDUSTRIAL PEACE THEME tf NEWARK rtn Is litre allerdlng a meeting ot iho Civic KeJeraUon. log of bis reaiEnatSpa-from, the ot the' Alon tnViislrt. saffl his silccwspr hail aUeady been chosen. Tbe aamc'.'however, lie said Tor tae liresecL DAVENPORT HAS NEW EXPERIENCE DltfaariTd New York Lawyer In seat- NATIONAL CIVIC FEDERATION I Cfittwroua CondHton. DISCUSSES PUBLIC ILLS New York, Dec. OF THE DAV. hoice physician ot hospital oa Black-] well'i Island, tonight oat a, ttcnt coflcernlas the condUJoo off Abraham Hnmmol, the diaTjarred New irHcers and lae eallaled ruea, all teei: York lawyer, who is icnrlni.a, sen-! the comircra Iropolse   freely Tho to Trialdid en ChriKnifts eve. Ibere aniM the a'pat erf tie tropics, Chjifrtmas celebrations will be %l bye iclejraais ships by left the roadiWad, jD'arn tfcc soathcra Jlilve OQ forsip: Jwunsla they had ever ficllKy wllh which the cbl? ve the mannr In which they tlw perfect allsmneiit tbe lojthwAH tarn SENATORS FROM OKLAHOMA. Owtns Gets ttie Long Term and ihi Two Year Term. OWaio ...j icsalors wttfi swora in un- der drawings by Jnllols. geti the long teim" and Oore the two-year term. Uo mlled out aJmlritlon. by a rcceotloa oa ifcc quarter the Mayflower, which shortly >-e3ock this stemmed of were lo th jel-smph ba-l The prtBldeal. wfter the review. ie- Inrne.1 lo Wishlnrtoa. the Mayflower nclshlag anchor for the trip up thei Poloaiac sbonly after twon, The Heel got under way jail after Ien o'clocV this momlnt. and then, and ,n tbe most notable pr.ictlce !n a'.l nival Mstory. Europe Skeptical London. IK-c. Ifi: lion Ii ct-nlered oa the fniud Siatu war fleet Xoboiy ir. Kuropc ihp cnilsc Is undertaken ho a bint iBter.JeJ for Japan THE BOSTON TEA PARTY. 134th Anniversary Celebrated at Bean Town. llOaton. Dec. I2lth anni ot the "Tlostoa tea party" w.ia celebrated ifclay by the an-l historical societies of Kostos and clnltr- Tbli faTco-.ii event the hls- coloaSes looVi plwc 16, 1773. tory of i 60 MAY BE BURIED in Alabama ll.nnlDtrnam, Al.r. Dec. ire reported buried In aa to. iay in the coal mine o[ Co., Xew York. Dec. QTIS bstwfen labor and capital VAS the theme tonight at tbe annual bit- of tlie XaUoanl Civic Fedt-ritlon, wfios? Er. ccn Ter- ence hers tdlay to dlscass rentciilos and les-slptfon Tor filiations aflectins Ihe hoiy The session of the Tederatlon In-lay given over to illscnsVon of the cnr- rfncy question, Andrew Jarr.pi Srcyer, Horace aart Meyer (heir rlews. fie declared relief tiuisl come an c'Jrre-ncy trade Mils. Tfie federation, without ccaimlttlns Hself to any dfiialt. plans (or rcforra. adapteJ n resolution j which rrovMoil thai congress shoulil.j aKer careful con alteration, pass speedily as ar.d" roaslftcnt [with scciirily an.l safely, soinft nieas- rs will Impart to our cur- rency system ijrcnter elasfritf. 50 co'.iniry. At tbe bwifjuel tonight Frederick Gnat. SpojVlaj; of tho araiv- canteen. thai wblle be blni- isclf'wiis a lotal abstainer he Pfffard- 'ft] the" canteen 35 the IWSCT of two evils, tud that until the ciril anlbori- tfes closcrf the vldatis- resorts near tie r..il.tnry rewtv.ithMis. he wo-.iM bj an" advoc.iio of the cantcra In the armj-. SUPREME COURT DECISIONS. Important Awards Handed Down by lowa'l Highest Tribunal. DCS lloiises. folloTtin; ileclaloas were fcaa.Ie.1 down today by Iowa's Stale of Iowa Agaimt Brew, appel lant, froai. Putiawattarcle co'-iatjr. af- appfUact. against Morris, froai Gutbcle Klcs. luwa Cen- iral raliwiy. from Pajreshrea firjnc.l. McSlaJioa. asnlr.ft. lowi Ice ftoai Polk county, affirmed. Stark Kaliway Co.. ri-ifllict, iron. Monroe counts', afHrm- SUNDAY WAS THE THIRSTIEST DAY IN HISTORY OF THAT TOWN. Dec. creatloo ot a nattoaal coniinlsskTa to consist "of seren." mMnbers. snrgwos (teaeral of the "anny and nary acd the bureau of public -health end marine bosiilta, arid four experts .to by" the president ot lUe States frtxn civilian surxeons. Is iKOvided foe in a bill introduced today by Repre- .Ttaiive Smith of lowa_-_ Anabcrry ol Ohio a surrey for a canal to cpEBect tic citlps of Tolc.lo ami via the >Saunxe .-irid Jtlchban. Sena'.or Hale, chafrn'.an of the rc- jljlican caucus -committee oa coin; irlons'commintes be aanonace.1 In a day o: tisn." The deaufcnits co'nf- their to4sy. r- Poster is to have thti deniicratlc ra- cancy on tbe interstate committee, tiro racanl oa ibe forcipi retiUons committfe w -to the ludlclarj-.coTimit- tce will Clark" of'Ar'xan- sas. pvemian of NOT th. Carolina, fiil of Harslarid..'. Clark will aha a aiSisc- ment on the caaimlltee oa coainrtrcfl on commitce in plncc of Foster KB comir.f-.Te ror forelpa McCrfarr.fieti ca military affairs. CLOSE ALL SALOONS esalnst Ohlc Great West- LIQUOR DEALERS AGREE TO OB- SERVE LAW RATHER THAN BE PROSECUTED. Davcripori. lid I; oa! meaa- litr-c fmn the Philippines. Te.ler, ar.tl Jobuson will-go upoa hat famp.ilttee. TcUer rrliixiulsheA ITS on tho Tnilian affairs. rules acd.Cah.tn rcjatlons commme-s. Committee. aVer L'araoa aK-.Kninceil the of ttb.new ppropriation aE followa: Tawncv. of acnsvlvnnia; irrownKiTr ot Tenacs- GilUM- of of ofMlc i cf ln For firs; lime in ih prn railway, app-llant, irtrn Faycite county, afTiiiT.P1'- Q'jinn. agAinst Heiacr from county. aCinned. Doylo as.ilr.s: liuras, appoEftRt. fror.i ewiTJly. afirn'.frf. TooTfy against Ayrhan. from Carroll couaty. affirniea. Lon; a sain it Davis, (roni Premoai affirmed. Frill Chicago Oriin vator Co., appellaat. Iron. county, affinned. hlstcry of ili s.iioons were ?11 ilay iSac.lay. j Tlie vvas oas thaftipiet freemen; an.! mirkc-1 an pra tn Oaki Sla-ldcr. of of York. an nils G cbrnped il ItniiiJhlo o Tillm'sn. SpHs F'fe. _ ecl! by Tillman. fillcil-wlth rte- i by the re.ary c (oa eoimly, tirrr.eJ. Austin Western To., appellant, agair.jt. Township ot Weaver, fi Tae cnver v..... saloon theniieEves a of 01 ftnirritra ._ eral tiasfiv.bly held at ye.v. [3it5 c[ v. MS tfcf terJay The volun-j Of -iiierW. I'.i senate tartiy. ite prc.-sure tba'. ba.l heon. jj'u fiisti on h.i to bjar since the local lut'.on< uircctlrs iho ilnn mahiug U j or. fiaanci tf wwa. tlic ir in eCteciln this i ibe sroasuTy city n.auy bail pisVpil.' aal of cltailn; The TMkon In vlnw of ibi i [K.uip tao fact. I; wsvjia IK- to Atkics, superior court of v ed. lar.t. fr.mi Clay county 1 "'I WatTe, I ihe of VaVpins Cittrd.iy froai o'clock it ilitw -m It was allow- A cf oiaer bills jlllB nilllr, al 1S n JQ.M QVCDC' BYERS [or all nude no foiniall GQES T0 supREiUE COURT. Jobn Mitchell wlJ to coTiil-Ier.'.Ml Railway Co., rt-al nt IIWSTCSS haj btcn [in thp returns lx'tir( lahcr Iti List flTC MINNESOTA ATTORNEY GENERAL (O tho ar.J work ot t Ir- carrtncy MRS (hp coualrjr. '-o'-H'ci was .r.irj.l ice I In 'ii Ir-lep n f president mine onloa Is over a barsaln.   

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