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Adrian Daily Telegram (Newspaper) - July 5, 1901, Adrian, Michigan PRINTING of To product gooa job wi have joat It will pw yon to see m before pUcInn your raa ADRIAN DAILY PUBLICITY IIMMUO to growth el u intle ud MWTOiit In thcfroMMtaa of flowirt licrnn in buiinwi ii bound to follow aa THE TELEGRAM A PROGRESSIVE PAPER FOR THE An Excellent The pleasant method and beneficial of the well firmer or manufactured by tie CAUFOBHIA Fio SVBCP illustrate the value of obtaining the liquid laxa tive principles of plants known to be medicinally laxative and presenting them in the form most refreshingto the taate and acceptable to the It is the one perfect strengthening laxa cleansing the system dispelling headaches and fevers 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 weakening or irritating make it the ideal In the process of manufacturing figs are as they are plemant to the but the medicinal qualitiesof the remedy are obtained from senna and other aromatic by a method known to the CAUFORKIA Fio STBUP In order to get its beneficial and to avoid please remember the full name of the Company printed on the front of every CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP BAH Morale brail per Isnt It Pont feel much like baking bread this kind of Were used to by the our Salt Rising Bread is a little the best you ever Try ns on Monument 99 Do TM Waattbe Best of FLOUR FEED HAY OR STRAW If so call up the CASH FEED STORE FISH Bell Phone frompt HUNGRY HALF STARVED PERHAPS FOLLOW m CROWD TO ROLLWS andcctoncorthou SUBSTANTIAL MEALS that you bear to much Prime Pork prepared in a dozen appetizing Side dishes include everything the mirket Good Reasonable LUNCHES AT ALL HOURS OF TflE DAY ROLLINS 19 Manmee The Time And Expense Saved by using Vapor Gasoline Stoves Leaves yon enough margin for other kitchen utensil See them at our SR The Glacier Line of Refrigerators are built look better and cost less than any other on the Taylor Dealers in Shelf and Heavy door to JULY LATEST LOCAL AND GENERAL PRICK Two Celebrities Make Big Talk Over Our Glorious Nation AND CEMENT FRIENDSHIPS Beck Spoke on the Growth of the American Republic and Its Position In the Family of Nations and Its T July hundred I persons sat down last nigut U at the banquet of the American Society in given at the Hotel It was a remarkable Across the upper end ot the great hall and inter spersed between the members of the United States embassy and prominent Americans sat members of the parlia ment and representatives of Great Britains loyal all partici pating with hearty good will in cele brating the 125th birthday of the re bellious sister who founded a new em pire in the western Morgan flanked on the right by Choate and on the left by Robert Representatives of Aus Zealand and Cape Colony were Ian who might be taken sentimentally to repre sent all South was a prominent Chancellor McCracken ot the University of New fork and scattered through the hall were repre sentatives of all phases of material progress in the United The chairman toasted King the toast meeting with a warm response from the who sang the Brit ish national Joseph Par minister of the city who proposed the toast to President Mc said in the course of his speech Despite the traditional prejudice which has happily been weakened dur ing the past it is now well recognized that no other nation can sustain the relation to Great which the United States now fortunately for the Great Britain and the United States now hold the worlds peace in the hollow of their Three cheers were then given tor President and these were thrice after which an addi tional three were given for Old at the suggestion ot James States assistant attorneygen proposing a toast to the United States re ferred gracefully to the sympathy and joy of the British people in connection with illness and re remarking that tempered with the most profound sor was extended upon the death of Adelbert whose faithful and ef fective service to British citizens In South Africa will be remembered in Great Britain as long as the memory of the South African war Choate referred to the marvel ous material prosperity of the United He reminded his British bear ers that at the inception of the Ameri can republic the best parliamentary friends and defenders of the strug gling Burke and enunciated principles that had ever since guided Great Britain in dealing with her Beck responded to the The Day We after some Introductory remarks concerning the growth of the American republic and its position in the family of spoke in particular as follows The presence of our distinguished kinsmen tonight remins us that no na tion has been more quick or generous to recognize the growing greatness of America than that at whose hearth stone we are privileged to How could it be otherwise The mother that would not be proud of such a child wouli indeed be and well may tee child be proud of such a with her brow regal with achievements ot immortal Referring to the decision of United States supreme court in the insular he said Unquestionably the supreme court was called upon to ap ply the principles of the constitution to the conditions of which the fathers of the republic never dreamed but it by no meant follows that this applica tion waa not within both the letter and the spirit of the That in spired compact as Jefferson for the living and not for the It is of the utmost importance that we should remember this at a time when the republic is entering upon a new and most Important phase of While such develop ment can only proceed under and with in the as the condi tions which cail for an exercise of con stitutional powers charge with the progress of the necessarily the true powers ot the now from time to time be disclosed and A striking San July contrast with New Yorks high the maximum temperature here was 84 The weather report for June showed the high average of 85 to 87 But the nights were un a steady breeze was blowing and there were de liciously cooling Blankets were necessary at night in the Inter No coatless people are seen out and no sleepless nights are passed on account of the Low of appetite is commonly grad ual one dish after another is set It is one of the first indica tions that the system is running and there is nothing else so good for it as Hoods beet of all Refuse all substitutes and insist on having Tom I0c Will 5c Havana 5c If your dealer does not handle them let us BALDWIN f MATTERS IN j A MICHIGAN Aeronaut falls a Thousand Feet From His Airship INSISTED ON MAKING A TRIP The Fastenings at One End of the Cannon and Then at the Other End and He Fell to the July celebration here yesterday con cluded with a sad Prank a Grand Rapids made an and when feet in theair fell and was instantly According to the program the as cension was to havebeen made by Meixell of Grand When in mid air he was to have been shot out of a making a para chute Tezelow was Meixells as and had never made but one that being in Cedar Springs last Tezelow insisted upon making the ascension and after much persua sion Meixell Tezelow was enclosed in the tin cannon with a para chute and the balloon started on its The balloon rose gradually until it had ascended about feet in the air when fire caught in the ropes which held the cannon to the inflated The fastenings at one end of the cannon broke and then those at the other became and the tin enclosure swayed to and and finally became separated from the bal In a moment more it was on its flight to landing near a dock In Huskegon When help arrived the balloonist was found to be stone It being the belief that life was extinct before he touched the The cannon was badly battered up and nearly all the bones of its inmate were Teze low has a father living at Grand Hap He was about 20 years of PINGREES REMAINS Will Lie In State All Day in the City July remains of Pingree arrived at the Mich igan Central depot at oclock this Detroit Company Michigan es corted the body to the city A de tail of 60 police were on guard and the body arrived at the city hall at 9 where it will lie in state until 11 oclock Between these lours it is expected over people from city and state will view the Soldiers were stationed at frequent in tervals in the Citizens will be allowed to pass in pairs through the getting a look at the familiar face of the dis tinguished Hanged Grand July John aged committed sui cide early yesterday morning by hang She came here from Pierson sev eral weeks ago to take treatment at a hospital for but grew no and became Be fore anyone else awoke she stole out of her room Into a closet where she tore her underclothing into strips and made a rope with which she hung her self to a When found by a nurse an hour she was The cor oner decided an inquest Banfill leaves a family at Pier Cyclone at JuJy cyclone ris Ited this city at 9 oclock last Streets are torn up and buildings The Saxe hotel was struck by and Charles and Fred Milhahan of Three Rivers narrowly escaped with their The hotel is a the city electric plant is dis abled and the town was in darkness last Sacly Jammed and July deputy county was badly jammed and bruised in a run away He was out of hla buggy when his horse took fright and startcji to Bolt caught him at the bridle and the horse throwing him off his feet and trampling The wheels of the buggy also passed Fred Francis of for 18 months a soldier in the returned home The State Veterinary association is in session at Grand Cornerstone of the First Congrega tional church at Dundee was laid Wed nesday Bliss was the guest of honor at the firemens jubilee and tournament Bay City on the Mark teabody will be held as a wlt tess in the StroudWindgate murder wse at The charge against him was nolle Miss Mabel a popular young lady of was married to Claude Balsford of Fenton Wednes Edward Pence of Detroit Sheriff Myers of Lapeer arrested Howard Wing and locked him up on charge of seduction on complaint of Pearl Both live at Al Firecrackers were responsible for the destruction of the residence of two miles west of Ar City Clerk Charles McCiilloch of Lansing has been unanimously elected second lieutenant of the governors The state encampment of the Deuts her Landwehr Unlersleulzung began Thursday at DROWNED IN THE Went in Swimming and Went Beyond His July an employe of Brownlee at the River was drowned yesterday In the River Rouge opposite the Gwing hardwood Kiley went in the river to He was accompanied ky two boys named Frutic and None of the three could Kiley was in over nis head before he was aware of it and in his endeavors to save himself nearly pulled one of the boys down with The boys gave the but it was not till an hour afterward that Kileys remains were taken from the water by Charles Kiley was 21 years of age and formerly lived in Wyan where he has an imole named Michael MICHIGAN A Few of Them That Were Caused by July Ja cobs was badly injured by the explo sion of a cannon The doc tor hopes to save his Howard July 10 years had his face and both eyes badly burned playing with He will probably lose the sight of both July Reer made a cannon from a piece of While loading it in the bouse a spark from his cigar fell in the powder and discharged Reers baud was torn to shreds and his face so badly burned that he may lose his He was pounding the rammer with an Indian and the club was blown through the ceiling of the Hank Smith July quaint old landmark of the pine lumber times here has just passed Hank a quarter of a century was well known throughout this part of the He owned several acres of land at Maple island on the Muskegon There was a big jam of which caused the water to back and overflow all his farm lands almost ev ery and he sued the booming The suits were carried along for several and the mat ter finally compromised by the com pany paying him a large Employes Too july Corun na Coal has decided to abandon its mine near this city and is now tak ing up the pumps and Profits were too Officials claim that the 60 employes have been too arbitrary in demanding an advance in wages when the mine could not pay The employes struck because of trif ling grievances nearly every month for the past two years owing to the agitation of several The company will hereafter work more profitable holdings near Bay Struck by July terrific thunderstormwhich swept over this vicinity yesterday played havoc with the excursionists at Bois Blanc One man is dead and three men slight ly Injured as a result of a and two girls are prostrated from the shock of seeing their friend William Sullivan of 956 Twelfth is the name of the young man The injured recovered suffi ciently to go home FATAL BOAT Three Persons Drowned in the River at July persons were drowned in the river fronting Walbridge They are Georgo proprietor of a job printing Helen his Aggie with three went to the park to spend the While tak ing a row on the river a sailboat came BO near that a collision was and in a rush to the other side of the it was The others were saved without FOR ANOTHER The Boer War May Continue for That July dispatck read last night by Broderick in the house of commons was the first really definite announcement the government has made that peace negotiations have Dispatches from the front say the Boers still have men in the and the prospect is that the war will continue for another Inspires one to nobler and better deeds unlocks the gates of happiness pours glowing vitality into Thats what Rocky Moun tain Tea will Johnson A Conscientious Dear tried yonr White Wine of Tar I believe it to be an excellent and can con scientiously reccommend it to Bespectf nlly Steven Wyatt BRIEF The third wife of the Sultan of Tur key is The Sultan is much af The Fourth of July was observed among the United States troops at Havana by a field day at Camp Colum where there was a large attend ance of Americans and All the military offices The Philadelphia mayors secretary says that the city loan will probably be offered to the public a sec ond the rate of interest being from 3 per cent to The correspondent of the Associated Press hears authoritatively that Ger many has secured from Spain a chase optionwipon the island of Fer nando fronting the ter A committee has been formed in Berlin for the colonization of the la the British house of commons the colonial announced that a bill would shortly be introduced changing the title of the king so as to more clearly recognize bis sovereignty over the entire British 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 Use Allens A powder Io be shaken into the Your feet feel nervous and and Ret tired If you have smariinRfeet or try Allens It cools the and makes walking Cures sweating ingrowing blisters and callous Relieves corns and bunions ot all pain and gives rest and com Try it Sold by all druggists and ihoe stores tor Trial package Ad Allen EIYOLT Igainst Some Very Unpopular Legislation LIVELY FOR 1 TIME Jrowd of Several Thousand Paraded Through the Streets Shout ing Against the Presidents Reten tion in NEW July dispatch from Buenos says that city presents the aspect of the eve of a The people we showing great evidences of hostil ity to the owing to a plan to force through the congress a bill for the unification of the public Numerous students assembled in front of the house of and a delegation entered and delivered a note signed by protesting against the Meanwhile a large crowd gathered on the Plaza de near the government About persons proceeded to the offices of newspapers supporting the Po lice tried in vain to prevent an assault on the The crowd smashed windows and tore down electric Many shots were fired from within the office of the newspaper El The crowd then made use of Fortunately only a few persons were The rioters then attacked the office of La President Rocas Next they proceeded to President Rocas but the president was not Another group of rioters went to the residence of former President Carlos the promoter of the unifi cation Pellegrini ap peared at the door with a He was received with stones and other It is that he was wound A crowd of several thousand persons paraded in front of La shout Down with Roca he must re President Roca is It Is asserted that the chief of police will resign because he is not disposed to order his subordinates to fire on the The guard at the arsenal has been because it is feared that the people may try to seize A majority of congress is now vacil fearing the consequences of passing the although the minister of finance decided to insist on its pas The measure will be discussed The rioters have decided to assem ble today at the Plaza de Mayo to await the results of the deliberation tn The situation is very EARL RUSSELL Brought Up in the House of Lords and Case July petition of Earl Russell for a postponement of his trial was presented at a special ses sion of the house of lords The petition for postponement was granted and ttie hearing adjourned un til Earl Russell and his coun sel occupied seats in the bar of the while me formerly was seated in the box of the Black Sir Michael After the opening cere monies of the house of lords Earl Rus sell himself approached the bar and banded the petition to a who read the Counsel for Earl in sup porting the suggested that his lordshipsproceedings in Nevada had been approved by high legal au thority in the United Evidence in regard to the decree and domicile in Nevada could only be given in America by the witnesses and must be prepared with great fullness and The attorneygeneral opposed the post He said Judge Curler of Nevada was an essential and he must be back home at the end of if the application was possibly the prosecution would After consultation the lord chancel lor announced that an adjournment was granted to 6 and that no fur ther delay would be It Is said to be quite possible that Earl Russell will elect to stand trial on the original July as his lawyers consider the extension of time quite insufficient to obtain the evi dence it is desired to collect in Ne UP IN Belgian Socialists Issue an Alarming July general coun cil of the labor party has issued a man ifesto to the public maintaining that the government has forgotten the les sons of the saying it appears to be unaware of the power of socialism and adding that if the government re fuses to listen to the people the lat conscious of the legitimacy of the rights and the justice of their will fight for universal suffrage and se cure The hour has arrived for says the which ap peals to all socialists to organize dem onstrations coincident with the reas sembling of and concludes with saying that if pacific means fail the working people will not shrink from a RIGID QUARANTINE Established Against a Dreadful Dis ease Known as July that dreadful known as char which is decimating live stock in the Mississippi delta and attacking hu man Memphis has established a rigid Heber president of the board of heard that the owners of live stock in the in fected territory were preparing to ship their mules and cattle to Mem phis as a place of He met the emergency at once by declaring a A car load of horses and mules from the infested territory got into the city yesterday afternoon be fore the quarantine had been estab but as soon as Jones heard of the arrival of the stock he ordered the car out of the Mothers write us that they have solved the problem of keeping their children Give them Rocky Mountain Tea each A blessing to mother and Johnson An Just tietare it your lirer out ot tune and you fiel take a close ot Hoods Pills And youll be all right tn the LIKE CANNON High Water Makes the Banks Cave in on the Sioux July watei and the annual June rise have proved destructive to much valuable farm land south of this The river is eating into land A 55acre farm was washed away last week and another much larger will go this The banks cave in with reports like cannon and the rumbling can be heard a mile Land in the vi cinity is worth 175 an The river bank is entirely void of government It ts thought a new chan nel will result or an extensive region Water has risen two feet la ten hours and is still going At present It is 11 feet above WON THE Pennsylvania the London Club at July second day of the Henley regatta was signalized by Another victory for the the larsmen of the University of Pennsyl vania defeating the Thames Rowing and thus winning their second As the Leanders defeated the Belgian the Pennsylvanians will meet the Leanders in the final heat for the grand challenge cup The conditions were even better than A hot sun was shining and there was no There was a decided increase in the Ittendance and American flags were lery liberally Historian July John Fisk of the famous lecturer and is dead at the Hawthorne East He came to this city Wednesday after noon and was taken ill soon after ar riving at the The cause of death was excessive of which he had complained for two Fisk was 59 years of age and was for many years connected with Harvard college in a professional ca but severed au such relations with the college 18 years retain ing only his office as a member of the board of and devoting his entire time to lecturing and historical Wholl It Be July is much spec ulation here as to who will be an nounced as the prospective bride groom of Princess daughter of King Edward and Queen whose betrothal will be made public in a few Of the many eligible Eu ropean princes who have paid court to her it is difficult to guess her as she is cot known to have given spe cial encouragement to any of There are some who believe that she will wed the German crown believe that the be trothal will betray a Divine Commits July Brooker of the Evangelical church committed suicide at his home in this city by shooting himself a revol Brooker was known as the cowboy He was about 45 years of age and leaves a widow and six one of whom is an Evan gelical preacher at He Is supposed to have been temporarily Quickest and Best Results Are obtained by tbe Long Distance Two or three minutes use of the Telephone brings results that may require possibly by other Re member The Telephone Is Always Ready for Prompt MICHIGAN TELEPHONE Youll Like Our 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 Gem 8486 East Be IPhone Phone If you have not already secured some of those 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 c 40c Red Ticket price 27c 3Sc Red Ticket price LINEN 8c quality Stevens all 18 9c quality Stevens all 18 lOc quality Stevens all 20 in equality Stevens all 20 9c value Absorbent Linen We hart only a few pieces left and you would do well Io fall 25 while they last 98c while they last 79c while they last 59c CASH DRY GOODS 6c ALL AT ONE PRICE We have 50 styles of Picture Moulding in Bone varying in width from onehalf inch to three inches that we propose to make np in any size frame yon may no matter how for We have tbe largest Mock of and Mouldings ever shown in Drop in and look them Vacation Shoes Mens 60c and Mens black or and Boys and Youths rubber Boys and Youths Canvas Missesand Childrens Strap Ladies Strap Sandals and Toe Ladies High black or to Tbe largest line of Mens Sboes in the city at and Mens Working and We bave on band a large stock of Ladies Fine Shoes in small and all high priced shoes we are cleaning them out at Also can give you good bargains in Misses and Childrens 5 North Main TRQU5ERS Stylish Striped Worsteds to We have a large and handsome line of Mens Special value in Cassimere Wool Trousers at and Cotton 75C and PRINTING What kind of printing do jomwaatT We print ntrjthiDf ttom a card to a Print it well and print it food work ett be EatimatM at any Went JCaumee DAILY TELEGRAM t Practical far OH CLOTHING FOR EVERY PURPOSE Outingj Wheeling Tennis Golfing Wood Sawing We have the kind of ClotHlnjr that will add to your comfort without distressing1 you to pay for Crash Bicycle White Duck Tropical Weight Thin plain and Skeleton Serge Guaranteed Serge wonderful variety of striped Flannel Suits and Separate Coats and The man who comes here for his outnt Hits the man who dont Misses ROE CLOTHING
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