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   Adrian Daily Telegram (Newspaper) - July 1, 1901, Adrian, Michigan                                PRINTING ADRIAN DAILY PUBLICITY bMiMtrVboawi MM THBTI A PROGRESSIVE PAPER FOR THE XIII LATEST LOCAL AND GENERAL JULY PRICK Two Fireworks FOR TELEGRAM BOYS AND No Money Cents Worth of Fireworks Absolutely Free if You Will Wotk a Few To every boy or girl who will get five new subscribers to The Adrian Daily Telegram to take the paper not less than four weeks 40 cents each cash in advance will be given an order on Pennock for the following list of Fireworks 3 Colored 3ounce 6 i Young American a Japanese 13 Colored 3Inch 3 Sticks The boys and girls do not pay The Telegram a cent to get these they need to do is to put in a few hours work getting their friends to take the paper for not less than four weeks 40 cents each cash If the boys and girls prefer some other kinds of they can get 50 cents worth of any kind of goods at Albigs Department store or the South Main Street Notion store on an order from this and The Telegram will pay the Get to work on this liberal offer and in an hour or two you will have earned your fireworks for the j Cotarai ME IS ON President Shaffer Orders Workers Out Steel FIFTY THOUSAND AFFECTED It Will be a Protracted Strike and Will Test the Strength of the Amal gamated Association as Never Be July thousand Ben employed in the mills of tbe American Sheet Steel company were ordered out OK They will at tempt to force out who are After that will come over who are employed In the various mills of the United States Steel It the plans of the officials of the Amalgamated as sociation are carried out the begin ning of July will see one of the great est Industrial strikes ever The strike order is a renewal of the trouble between the Amalgamated as sociation and the sheet which began at McKeesport last the employers gave in by recog nizing the At that time the Amalgamated officials threatened to call out every member in all tha plants of the United States Steel Cor which owns the sheet When the employes made terms peace was declared until June President Shaffer said last night The impression that only the mills of the American Sheet Steel are affected by the decision of Saturday is a The workmen of all mills in the American Steel Hoop are interested and will be officially r MATTERS IN J A BRUTAL FA Criminally Assaults His Daughter in Her Mothers Absence DOES AWAY WITH HIMSELF Girt jour competi lor the advutue not Dolphin Cottage Colors For both in andl outside mixed ready for immediate me and guaran teed to ontlast any other mixed Especially adapted for Fence and We aluo handle Drj Carter and Eckstein White Paint JOHNSON ANDREWS roar Vrum Citizens BAKING We have a knack for making bakery goods taste home Like to have you try our Phone us your street number and our wagon will stop at your 8486 East Bell Phone 475 Citizens Phone The Time And Expense Saved by nsicg Vapor Gasoline Stoves Leaves you enough margin Co other kitchen utensil purchases them at out Me The Glacier Line of Refrigerators are bail loot better and cos less than any other on the Taylor Dealers in Shelf and Heavy Next door to Bargain in Bananas Just received a carload of Bananas on commission to be sold very Most be sold in a short time to make room for another car on its way For bargains on Fruits of all kinds call on BONFICLIO ao West Maumee Two doors east of Lawrence HUNGRY HALF STARVED PERHAPS FOLLOW WE HOLLINS and of those SUBSTANTIAL MEALS tbat you bsar so much Prime Pork prepared in a dozen appetizing Side dishes include everything the market Good Reasonable LUNCHES AT ALL HOURS OF THE DAV ROLUNS Start This Season Doat pnt buying your winter coal until prices have jumped way up in the Order For best results burn Scranton and Lehigh Door Shall we send you a El 4 Office corner Dean and 3 Both Phones TROUSERS Stylish Striped Worsteds to We have a large and handsome line of Mens Special value in Cassimere Wool Trousers at and Cotton jsc and Securing a Bottle of Laudanum He Went to the Pere Marquette Bridfle and Dropped Into the queit July family of Andrew consisting ot father and mother and four reside on Randolph there being two daughters in the aged and aged About a month Wilber was taken 111 and to uiarys hospital for treat Wilber was employed at Tindle Jacksons stave mill and remained at home with his family Three or four days after the mother went to the it is al criminally assaulted the oldest using force and threaten ing to kill her in order to accomplish his He also attempted an assault upon but He repeatedly threatened both of the girls with dire results in case they revealed the The mother re turned home last week and Friday night overheard the father threaten ing the older She questioned the child and the latter told the which resulted in a quarrel between the husband and He left home stating that he would not live with them any Securing a bottle of he went to the Pere Mar quette belt line where it is sup posed he swallowed the contents ot the bottle and dropped into the An inquest will be held overthe Wiiber was about 45 years BRIEF STATE Henry KUngman of Marshall was sunstruok Sunday afternoon and is in critical Fire did considerable damage to tbe Mason cold storage plant Sunday Struck by Battle Creek and Marshall promise political death to the members of the board of supervisors who raised their tax rate 7 and 5 per cent Conductor George Scotts wrist was badly injured and two steers were killed by an accident on the railway near Hazelton Sunday A harness and buggy were stolen from the barn of Rolln Pond in Owosso Saturday Officers are looking the matter Balloonist Keyes was over come by gas and heat at Joseph Sunday afternoon and Is in a critical A large crowd was disap Marshall will have a street commencing Wednesday of neit Modesto one of the Cuban students at Albion has gona OB a vacation to bis in BURNING The Avon Has a Narrow Escape From Sault July The Avon bound caught fire while above Point Pines yesterday Two tugs went to her and the steam ers Victory and Manitoba went along side doing all they could to help the crew put out the The Avon loaded with a cargo of gram and general bound from Dnluth to She was towed here by the tig All the upperworks on the steamer from the number four gang way aft are and the boilera and engines are The grain cargo has sustained some damage from the water thrown into the but it is thought that the hull is not JUNE General Debility Day in and out there is that feeling of weakness that makes a burden ot Food does not Sleep does not ItIs hard to bard to what should be itallty is on the and the whole system For this condition take Hoods Sarsaparilla It vitalizes the gives vijor and tone to all the organs and ana is positively unequalled for all rundown or debilitated UOODB FILLS cure S5 I If you have not already secured some of those SLEPT ON tad Allowed His Comrades to be Sur prised and July the night Detective assist ed by John deputy United Btatea marshal and a posse of ben went to the Kentucky side of Tug captured the nine persons who are charged with terrorising the miners on the West Virginia side ot the river for the past 10 days by shooting Aft all who could not give the proper strikers sign as they passed repasaed along the They were brought to this place and held nnder a heavy guard awaiting the trainto take them before a Kentucky who remanded them to Judge Jackson at this They were surprised in their sleep with their Winchesters under their pil lows surrendered with but little Even their guard was cap tured asleep on It is generally believed tbat this will break up the fighting end ot the strikers troubles and that their differences will soon ha compromised in a satisfactory way to all Charles president of the lo can union of United Minewerkers of was arrested at noon yes terday by Deputy United States Mar shal Hufford and Detective Felts and taken to Parkersburg to appear before Judge Jackson on the charge of tear ing down the notices ot the injunction granted by Judge The nine strikers arrested in Kentucky were lodged in Jail at Williamson last night to await the action of the Kentucky notified today that the scale has not Been signed and that they will quit To the wellorganized mills this notice will not be as the men will have watched the situa tion but what is known ai open mills where union men have beer allowed to work side by side with the is where we have to Union men must walk out of these open mills in the hoop The open mills to be notified are at three at Pitts burg and one at The organ ized mills which will close on call are the upper and lower mills at Pa Green I will bring the number of men affected up to It is a matter of regret that the is sue has been but it now looks as though it will be a fight to the continued President The Amalgamated association is nor unprepared for We have not had a general strike for many and in that time we have not been We hTe funds and will use Right here I want to correct an impression which has been given that no ben efits will be paid strikers until two months have The Amalgam ated association win begin at once to take care of its Mr Shaffer concluded his talk by saying I sav now what r sald to general manager of the Sheet Steel in the confer ence I said if it be a we will make it one to be The officials now dealing with us have but little idea of the extent to which this strike will once it is July order to take inventories the mills at Youngs town and in the Mahoning valley of the Republic Iron Steel will AWFUL Crushed Between a Gondola Car and a Trolley July aged of this was horribly crushed between a gondola car and a trolley pole on the Oxford and Flint line west of here Saturday and will Dear was a brakeman on the construction train which runs be tween here and and was climbing down a side ladder to open a when he was caught between the car and the trolley it is only cleared the track by six He was driven through this small His collar of his ribs on his left his hip bone and arm were One piece of bone was driven into his He was brought here by a spe cial car and taken to his where four doctors are working over with no hopes his Dear is unmarried and one of the finest young men in It is stated that relatives will sue the company for m at other points in the Mahoning and Shenango valleys which are owned by the American Steel Hoop will remain idle pend fngt settlement 3f the scale An official said The company was willing to sign the same scale agreed the Hepublic Iron Steel Successful July was the closing day of the Turnfest and was characterized by the largest attendance and most interesting events for Excursions ar rived from Grand To Port Hl ron and Ohio It is estimated that fully people visited Ger mania grounds during the Dropped Dead in the July Hul bert an old and prominent citizen dropped dead on the street yesterday For many years Hulbert was one of the leading business men but for the past few years he had been a traveling salesman for the Lamb Knit Goods Apoplexy was the cause of SeventyEight at Joe During the July was an enormous influx of June brides to the Michigan Gretna Green during the week ending the last Sunday in the County Clerk Church reports 78 which is the largest number in one week in the history of Eighteen of the marriages were sol emnized This establishes record for a week Oftne entire 78 couples not one requested that the license be As Sunday was the last day of the the rush of lovers from Chicago and Indiana has been Had a Letter From South July who left Lansing about three years ago for a visit In his old home in has returned and is relat ing the experience which he had in that Immediately upon ar rival there he was compelled to enter the army and pay fines of 300 He states that he appealed to the American consul but did not receive He is and was when impressed into service a fullfledged citizen of the United although once a res ident ol He bad in his pos session papers showing full citizenship in and also a letter from the late Pingree showing that he was an American s Bargains In Table Linen At The Cash Dry Goods Red Ticket Closing Out Would advise you to do so at 60c Red Ticket 37J4 SOc Red Ticket 40c Red Ticket 27c 3Sc Red Ticket LINEN 8c quality Stevens all 18 9c quality Stevens all lOc quality Stevens all 20 12 c quality Stevens all 20 9c value Absorbent We have only a few you fovxilto fall COUNTERPANES while they while they 79c while they 59c CASH DRY GOODS 6c Do Too Want the BMt of FLOUR FEED STRAW If so emll np the SUNDERLAND Prominent Waihington Olviiw Who Married Crover July Byron Sunderland of Washington died here of cerebral embolism at tbe borne of his Orrin president of the Tanners National Sunderlaad was 83 years old aH for more than 60 years bad been an active minister of the For 48 years he was pastor of the First Pres byterian church from which he retired because of advancing years Sunderland was of a genial a man of scholarly attainments and of forceful character and He was a native of where he was born in and his first pul pit appearance was at Subsequently he served at Batavia and at and afterwards at It was at Sunderlands cnuran that President and Cleveland had a pew while the latter was presi and tne minister officiated at the wedding ceremony when Cleve land married Miss Sunder land was always a welcome visitor at the White House while Cleveland was GASH FEED STORE FISH Ball Phone i THE TELEPHONES if VALUE INCREASES DAY BY Runaway July Emma Frey was probably fatally injured in a runaway accident near here Sunday night She is a clerk in Chris tians dry goods store and had just started for the country for a two weeks vacation with her The horse became overturning the Miss Frey9 scalp was partially torn from her and the skull fractured by a kick from the Her Fred and his wife were also in the but were not The girl is but and thus the matter Two Farmers July Bines Tryon were struck by the nent and helps in many Pan AmertoiiriExposUlon bash Railroad tails as Niagara iH Tickets not good STANDING ROOM Brown Potter Recites From the Chancel of a July the invitation of the Forbes Brown gowned in white and wearing a picture recited from the chancel of the Gorleston near after evensong yester Popes Vital Spark of Heavenly Flame and another The Queens Last delivering both to organ and choral the congregation listening The vicars idea was to enhance the attractions of the and for an hour before it began a great crowd be sieged the doors as if the occasion was a theatrical Hundreds were unable to gain It is rumored that the bishop wiil forbid a repetition of the Phillips writes plays under the nom de plume Athol He is now writing a piece for Brown A HOPELESS Steamer Preston Waterloaged and One Man July reached the city last night of the wreck of the steamer Barlow of on Lake On Saturday the steamer sighted the Preston showing flags of distress and was at the mercy of a severe She was waterlogged and 12 men and two wom en were clinging to the Af ter great difficulty McDougftll succeeded in reaching the vessel with a lifeline thrown by a and after four hours hard labor reached all but one man named of Al wheelman on the ill fated who was badly crushed and The remainder of the crew were landed safetly at Fort The Preston was loaded with lum ber for Mackenzie Mann of the Can adian Northern and is report ed a hopeless The beauty thief has come to Unless 700 drive the pimplfls and blackheads away Do this dont look like a fright Take Rocky Mountain Johnson ANOTHER BANK The City Bank of Buffalo Closed Its July notice was post ed on the door of the City bank to the effect that the bank IB in the hands of the comptroller of tbe currency and that it would not open its doors for business The bank officials re fused last night to make a statement concerning the The members of the board of directors profess ignor ance of the causes that led to the dec aration of Comptroller and President Cornweil of the City bank denied himself to The pub ic has had no intimation of the bank s weakness and the opinion is that the nstitution was in a prosperous finan cial The City bank has a large number of depositors owing he fact that it was the first commer cial bank in the city to offer interest to depositors on monthly Family Wiped July flyer 3 struck a carriage containing a bis wife and two children at a crossing near Huntington last The mother and one of children were instantly killed and the other child so badly injured that hU life is despaired The name ot the amily could not be Inspires one to nobler and better deeds unlocks the gates of happiness poors glowinp vitality into your Thats what Rocky Moun tain Tea will Johnson Excursion To On account of Buffalo Bills wild west show at Detroit July the De troit Southern railroad will sell tick ets Jnly good to retnrn July at rate of for rouad Avoid the Heat Whf n yon go east by traveling Ha the coaat The steel passenger steamers leave Ig Oheboygan and Al pena four per wwek for New and all poiau iontfc and In ratio tbat new sub scribers are added and extensions of Local and Long Dis tance lines are J THE MICHIGAN TELEPHONE offers the best and most com plete service at the lowest Ask Local Manager for particulars of the various of Isnt It Dont feel much like baking bread this kind of Were used to by the our Salt Rising Bread is jiift a lillle the best yon ever Try us on ent Always just a little under the market in selling For week EARLY RAMsnes and other early garden Our stock is always complete ia Fresh and Salted Gooda delivered WILSONS Vacation Shoes Mens 60c and Mens black or and Boys and Youths rubber Boys and Youths CasVas Missesand Childrens Strap Ladies Strap Sandals aad Toe Ladies High black or to The largest line of Mens Shoes in the city at and Mens Working and We have on hand a large stock of Ladies Fiae Shoes in small T and all high priced shoes we are cleaniag them oat at Also can give you good bargains in and Childrens 5 North Main The Morrow Coaster Brake b tbe parent of all coaster It was the Ant it is The only coaster brake that has i been good enough to need no It increases the utility of the de it decreases the effort necessary to propel More pleasure less Ask your dealer to get it for Never put off until tomorrow you can bay a MORROW send for oar illMtntcd CLOTHING FOR BVEBY PURPOSE Outing Wheeling Tennis Golfing Wood Sawing   

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