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   Adrian Daily Telegram (Newspaper) - July 2, 1901, Adrian, Michigan                                PRINTING ud in not the re To noon job aptmnce ud good Wi your It will Mr we befcre pltciiw yc THE TELEORAn ADRIAN DAILY A PROGRESSIVE PAPER FOR THE LATEST LOCAL AND GENERAL JULY PRICK Two DOE WAN Smoke from Soft Coal Round Oak Furnaces have large feed burn wood or coal but whatever they give greater heat than any other because all the gases and nearly all the smoke is The smoke S white from a Round Oak Furnace burning soft coal that means no waste The principle is not but the application to the Round Oak is that no holes are cat through the fire Round Oak Furnaces different from all In many otber in reasonableness of II Jron are going to boy a lend for our free furnace book useful Infor mation about furnace regnls BSTATK or Matrrt of Seettntht the moif xmx M Ike Adrian by Wilcox Hardware Always just a little under the market in selling For this week STRAWBERRIES EARLY CABBAGES RADISHES and other early garden Our stock is always complete in Fresh and Salted Goods delivered WILSONS Opposite Vadder i HUNGRY HALF STARVED PERHAP5 FOLLOW THE CROWD TO BOLLIHS and get one of those SUBSTANTIAL MEALS that you haar so much Prime Pork prepared in a dozen appetizing Side dishes include everything the market Good Reasonable I Isnt It Dont feel much like baking bread this kiad of Were used to by the our Salt Rising Bread is just a little the best you ever Try ns on Monument 99 Do Ton Want the Best of FLOUR FEED STRAW If so call up the CASH FEED STORE FISH Bell Phone frompt Youll Like Our LUNCHES AT HOURS OF THE DAY OR NIGHT ROLLINS 19 Manmee BAKING We have a knack for making bakery goods taste home Like to have you try our Phone us your street number and opr wagon will stop at yonr 8486 East Bell Phone Citizens Phone Refuse all substitutes and insist on having Tom IDc Will 5c Havana 5c If your dealer does not handle them let us t Free Fireworks FOR TELEGRAM BOYS AND No Money Cents Worth of Fireworks Absolutely Free if You Will Work 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 KILLED TWELVE JGHTNINGS TEARFUL WOHK IN THE VICTIMS WERE FISHING IN LAKE FATAL EOLT STRUCK AND DE MOLISHED A 5 packages Japanese 6 Spinning 3 Colored aounce 3 j packages XL 6 Colored 4ball 3 Colored 3ouace 6 ia Young American j Japanese 12 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 in 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 July boys were killed and one probably fatally in jured yesterday afternoon by a single bolt of The victims were fishing in Lake Michigan at the foot of Montrose on the north The fa tal bolt struck the pier where they were seated and all were thrown into the A attracted to the pier by crashing found it impoa sible to rescue any of the The heavy timbers of the pier had been and the whole structure toppled into the He hurried to a patrol box and called for Nearly half an hour elapsed before aid The work of recovering the bodies was extremely but finally all were carried The storm broke the hot Owing to the terrific thunderstorm prevalent the work of identification was extremely Oppressed by the extreme heat tho boys had gone in When the rain began to fall and it became evi dent a severe electrical storm was they rushed to a shelter they had built on the Willie Ander 12 years ot was the only sur vivor of the shock which followed a moment To the policeman he gave a bare idea of the horrible end ing to an hours and then taint He was carried to a nearby house where medical assistance was ren The fatal stroke was the most pow erful seen here in Tbe pier was demolished in a giving boys not the slightest chance to es In age the victims ranged from 12 to 25 BOERS AT Nine Hundred Landed and Seen to be Well July 930 Boer prisoners who arrived here June 28 on the British transput Ar menian were yesterday moved Jnto the camps prepared for them on Earrells and Tuckers These are part of the force of Cronje and were captured at Paardeberg they in clude several boys of 8 and 10 who carried ammunition to their fath ers when the latter were in the trenches among the prisoners were also two Boers so old that tbe crawled on all fours down the transports gang These two old men aver they never saw salt water before reaching Cape The prisoners are pleased with Ber muda and in the sfternoon they en joyed the sea They say they are sorry they were led into the war and that they long for its Gold July steam ship Victorian arrived here from with 75 Dawsonites and be tween and in part of the spring cleanup in the Klon dike Of the was consigned to the Canadian Bank of a wellknown cattleman of this is reported to hare brought back Were Slightly July Atlantic express 6 on the Union Pacific ran into the rear end of freight train at Rock Springs last Between 15 and 20 all but two of the passengers on the east bound were slightly Traffic was delayed for nearly 14 A Dastardly July city chemist reported that he had discovered a large quantity of arsenic in the mut ton soup which caused the illness of Arthur his wife and flve chil dren several weeks The police claim that it was a dastardly attempt to murder the The police are Investigating the Trial of Earl July earl of Mor chairman of the committee in the house of announced that the trial of Earl Russell by the house of lords on the charge of bigamy Till be gin July 18 in the royal un der the presidency of the lord high the earl of No Authority of July Hitchcock has decided that there Is no authority of law permitting a delay until i in the opening of Wichita Indian reservation in Okla as desired by certain cattle in Inspires o ne to nobler and better deeds unlocks tbe gates of happiness pours glowing vitality into yonr Thats what Rocky Moun tain Tea will Johnson Pan American Exposition Wa bash The following tickets to Buffalo are now on sale via the Wabash railroad From Ten day limit fiften day limit tonriet to Sep tember Ask agents for de tails as to stop over privilege at Niagara also going or returning one way via and remember that the Wabash lands yon at tbe exposi tion In addition to the forego special coacb excursions will be run on each good returning leaving Buffalo the following Thurs day at a fare of for the round Tickets not good in sleeping What Two Cents Will It will bring relief to sufferers from asthma or even in the worst This is about what one dose of Foleys Honey and Tar Isnt it worth a trial Wyatt Johnson MATTERS IN J Pingrees Body at New York FUNERAL SET FOR SATURDAY The Early Arrival of the Body at Newj York Will Effect No Change in the Funeral Arrangements in Detroit on July The Information that the steamer Zeeland had arrival in New York with the body of exGov Pingree on ooard caused a stir amoui the various committees which the making preparations for the reception of the body in and for a time arrangements were at a The committee composed ot alder county and state which was to leave for New York yesterday was in quandary until It was learned from the east that the body would be kept in New York un til they They will now leava at the time Although the Zeeland arrived in port earlier than was members of the citizens committee believe that there will be no material change in the arrangements that have already been made for the DufBeld said that Saturday was the best pos sible time for the because so many business houses and factories would be able to close for the after noon where it would be much more inconvenient for them an an other Duffield arrived in town Monday after several days absence in the He met tbe members of bU committee at his office in the Union Trust building and arrangements were made to handle the enormous crowds that will participate in the funeral pro cession and look on from points alonJE the line of Latimer was appointed chief of staff and Dickinson chief ot Ten gentlemen have been selected to act as marshals of and their names will be announced after a meet ing which will be held in the mayors office Harrah and DufBeld are planning on between and ununiformed men in the These with the or more uniformed men will form a which it e thought will reach almost from thjp Pingree home on Woodward avenue the Duffield has al ready received word from many organ izations signifying their intention to take and many more are expect ed to report today or New July Mayor Maybury was unable to get the Gresham for tha trip down the but arranged to go on the inspectors the permission including Frank Sol omon of the Leather Dealers associa and newspaper The body will not be taken from tbe Zeeland until 12 oclock that ar rangement having been suggested by the surveyor of the This will enable the Detroit escort and the com mittee from the Leather Dealers asso ciation to be There will bs no The early arrival ot the body will effect no change in tho funeral arrangements at DETROIT RIGHT IN Carnegie Will Give Detroit for Skibo 4 20th Yours of March 28th comes before me this If the city of De troit will furnish proper sites for li braries and agree to expend a year in their maintenance I shall be very glad to provide as need ed for the About I think not so this sum should be expended on the central and the remainder on branch The site for the central li should be amply suf ficient to provide for probable new ad ditions in the judging from De troits Yours very ANDREW This is a copy of a letter addressed to Radford of who re ceived the letter yesterday as representative of the board of library has been engaged in securing a gift from the steel magnate for Detroit since the middle of last and his effoits have proved According to Carnegies condi about half of this money will be used for a central library about while the remainder will be used for five branch library buildings at It is understood that the library commissioners are unanimous on tbe question of accepting Carnegies gift INSANE HOBO Captured by a Sheriffs Posse in Ber rien July sher iffs posse succeeded yesterday in cao turlng Fred an insane who has for several days terrorized the farmers wives south of this He has been sought for by the sheriff for a He came here from Kansas to pick berries and was driven insana by the excessive He has re mained and was only captured after a running fight through tbe He is very vicious and danger This makes the sixth insane person within a month captured by the sheriff I within a radius of 12 miles from this The supervisors have ordered a I padded cell to be built in the jail to accommodate the large increase of violent BRIEF STATS Fred of was drowned in the Huron Joseph Landreau cut his throat with suicidal intent at AU Sable and is now in Fred a iere Marquette fire was killed by a water plug list blew out of the James Godshalks elevator at Vicks burg was destroyed by fire loss sev eral thousand Temperature at Grand Rapids Mon day was 102 in Several Burglars got and a gold watch in a raid on the residence of it Chelsea Sunday By the of a toy several Muskegon boys were badly injured Hopkins has been elected superintendent of the Menomlnee schools at a salary of The Escanaba ft Lake Superior road will be extended to Escanaba this The village ot Holly sunk several Hundred dollars in an endeavor to get a water works They will try Sheriff Chapman ot Grand Rapida who went to Salt Lake City a week kgo to bring back want for a charge of forgery returned but his man was not with While the train was going at full speed near Great Wwight leaped from the train and if trobably running TUG FERN Foundered In Lake Superior and All Hands July wrecking tug Fern ot Algonac sank at her mooringsover the wreck c the old Colorado on Eagle river reef in the big blow Friday She was discovered Sunday It is supposed that her crew of five were drowned while asleep in their A diver will examine the i The lost are Capt Arthur of Algonac Engineer Frank Johav aged of Eagle leaves a widow and three children Fireman aged son of Light keeper Norman Smith the Manttan Islands Diver Charles Bradley of the and a cook whose name is un also of the Changes in Clerical July changes in tne clerical force of the several state departments are an Senator Humphrey of Clarence Macklem of Sanllac and Burdick of Wayne were as signed to clerkships In the auditor generals office Ferry of Miss Emily Beecher of and Joseph Moross of Percy Fall of Albion was assigned to a clerkship in the office of superintendent of pub lic Jesse Tarbell of Mulr has been appointed by Superin tendent of Public Instruction Fall to a position as teacher in the Philippines at an annual salary of Fall is acting at the request of Atkinson of and will make sev eral more appointments of Michigan Died from His July a wellknown business man and member of the firm of Weller ft owners of the Johns Iron is dead from the effects of in juries received some days ago at the He was oiling a shaft be coming fell some distance and the stem of the oil can he bad In his hand ran through his He also sustained serious injuries to his spine and the back of his Looking for July Yoke of Adrian has leased over acres of land between here and Taylor coming within one mile of this for the purpose of boring for oil and agreeing to pay the farmers for all damages done to and if suc cessful the farmers are to receive oae eighth of the oil or gas that is Cut His Own July Littler was found dead near Clarks He had cut his throat with a razor while temporarily The doctor started for Napoleon to assist in an Some years ago his child took poison dying from the The father had not been the same Perfectly July Jones of the firm of Luke ft and thoroughly saw a serpent feet long at Big Rock two miles east of His wife and two other ladies were with him and saw the which was 50 rods away and had a head the size of an iron ket Accidents at Hensen of a deck band on a Goodrich line was drowned at John Carlsen slipped off an embank ment under a One leg was so barl ly crushed that it had to be aunstroke and July Farrah of Chester township dropped dead yesterday caused from Don the 16yearold sea of was reported drowned in Laceys Young Man West July 19 years a lake near South while The body was sent to the borne of his in Hamacher set Sudden July Raymour died suddenly from the effects of the He was digging a cellar and drank too much cold The beauty thief has come to Unless yon drive the pimples and blackheads away Do this dont look like a fright Take Rocky Mountain Tea Johnson Printers ink not only makes people but brings when it it naed in this paper Loss of vitality is loss of the prin ciple of and Is early indicated by failing appetite and diminishing strength and Hoods Saraaparilla it the greatest it acts on all the organs and frac and builds up the whole Job printing promptly executed at proper prices at this sour conatlpa turn and all liver ills ure cured by Pills The nonirritating Price K cents of all druggists or by mail of Hood STEEL Both Confident of SueetM in July end of the Urst day of the strike troubles be the Amalgamated Association of Steel and Tin Workers on one aide and the American Sheet Steel and American Steel Hoop coo companies of the United States Steel on tbe finds all of the union plants idle and manr workers from open mills who art members of the Amalgamated as sociation on The association officials say they are with the situation and claim they will be able to control between and men in the two No move was made on the part of either side to the and it is doubtful if anything decisive will be done for at least a Both men and manufac turers agree a shut down for about two weeks is necessary whether a settlement is reached or In the meantime the association officials will make every preparation to be fully equipped for a prolonged struggle should It become While officials of neither side will venture a much quiet talk is being indulged the trend of which leads to the belief that before the usual summer shut down of the mills has a settlement will have been reached and the men who are now nominally on strike return to The Amalgamated officials do not consider the negotiations with the steel Jioop company broken but and may be renewed at any manager of the is of the same and in timated that the matter might be taken up another day and gave the in ference that a settlement would arrived Reports received at the general of fice of tbe Amalgamated association show that nearly all the independent mills have signed the new wage GETTING Machinists and Employes Holding Conferences in uly conference was held here yesterday between rep resentatives of tbe LaidlawDunnGor don and the striking in an endeavor to reach a settlement of the trouble at that President August Herman of the board of new waterworks was a party to the conference as an arbitra A proposition was submitted by the manufacturers and after several hours session it was so amended that the representatives of the strikers agreed to submit It to their executive board for The nature of the proposition was not made About 350 machinists are employed at this it is expected that should the trouble at this plant be satisfac torily other settlements will speedily Reprimanded and July in the district severely reprimand ed Rader and who were accused of con tempt of and discharged An Excellent The pleasant method and beneficial of the well knorn STSVP or manufactured by the CALIFORHIA SVBITP illustrate the value of obtaining the liquid laxa tive principles of plants known to be medicinally laxative anil presenting them in the form most refreshing1 to the taste and acceptable to the It to the one perfect strengthening laxa cleansing the system dispelling headaches and feveflt gently yet promptly and enabling one to overcome habitual constipation per Its perfect freedom from every objectionable quality and sub and its acting on the liver and without or irritating make it the ideal In the process ofmanufacturing flga are as they are plea lant to the but the medicinal qualities of the remedy are obtained from senna and other aromatic by a method known to the CAiiroBBiA Fio SYBJTP In order to get its beneficial effects and to avoid please remember the full name of tbe Company printed on the front of every CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP aair nw If you have not already secured some of tbose Bargains In Table Linen At The Cash Dry Goods 5 Red Ticket Closing Out Would advise you to do so at 60c Red Ticket price SOc Red Ticket price 40c Red Ticket price 27c 35c Red Ticket price LINEN 8c quality Stevens all 9c quality Stevens all 1 Oc quality Stevens all 20 1 c quality Stevens all 20 in 9c value Absorbent Linen We hate only a few left and you would do weit to fall early while they last 98c while they last 79c while they last 59c CASH DRY GOODS 6c Start This Season Doat put off buying yonr winter coal until have jumped way up in the Order For beit reialu barn Scranton and Lehigh Our yard is well stocked and Low Sooner Prices We are filling orders for Wood direct torn oar Neeae quite a My iag to yon on large Kindling direct from tbe Screen Poor Shall we sead yon a Offkr Both Phones t Vacation Shoes Mens 60c and Mens Mack or and Bojs and Youths rubber Boys and Youths Canvas Misses and Childrens Strap Ladies Strap Sandals and Toe Ladies High black or to The largest line of Mens Shoes in the cttj at and Mens Working and We have on hand a 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