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   Adrian Daily Telegram (Newspaper) - July 8, 1901, Adrian, Michigan                                PRINTING That is printingtint deltahts the eye and brings in not the re tnlt of To produce a ROOI requires experience and good We have at your It will pay yon to see ns belore placing your THE TELEORAfl ADRIAN DAILY Is as necessary to tbe growth of a busi ness as are gentle balmy and generous sunshine in the propagation of flowers and An increase in business is bound to follow an adver THE TELEGRAM A PROGRESSIVE PAPER FOR THE MLJJSH LATEST LOCAL AND GENERAL MON JULY PRICE Two Eczema for Forty Tbe Unqualified Statement Wdl Known Some of tbe cores made by Chases Ointment of stubborn ud long I eczema and skin diseases an oathy much People are begin nin to nalUe thai tbis Ointment is wonder worker witi kind of tail Attorasj St writes follows Oust cannot refrain froa I have felt from Chases 40 years I was afflicted with skin diseast which was located in one my I ban spent at a rough estimate fat ban And dotlars trying to effect a and MM I applied this ointment did I get You are strangers to me and this letter b prompted directly because I want to Bay and I led though I ought to aajr Thai Hes Ointment has effected a complete I at my Three boxes did the fc on my I was also snflering from fcdnag piles and applied the ointment which gate the beet of satisfaction by affording rot festal night and rapidly caosing the diseast to I have received such reliel sad comfort from the ointment that I cannot withhold expressing my I was bsit afflicted with the tortures of feel now thkt I am word el tccom is due from Yours Cfcasea Ointment to sold at Jo cents a few at tatknot ChMtc Youll Like Our BAKING We have a knack for mating bakery goods taste borne Like to have you try our Phone us your street number and our wagon will stop at your 8486 East Be IPhone Citizens Phone HUNGRY HALF 5TARVBD PEKHAPS FOLLOW THE TO ROLLINS and get one of those SUBSTANTIAL MEALS that you hear so much Prime Pork prepared in a dozen appetizing Side dishes include everything the market Good Reasonable Prices LUNCHES AT HOURS OF THE DAY OR NIGHT ROLLINS 19 Maomee Dolphin Cottage Colors For both in andl outside mixed ready for immediate use and guaran teed to outlast any other mixed Especially adapted for Fence and Buggy We aluo handle Dry Carter and Eckstein White Paint JOHNSON ANDREWS Four Corners Drug citizens Phone Isnt It Dont feel much like baking bread tbis kind of Were used to by tbe our Salt Rising Bread is just a little the best you ever Try us on Monument 99 The Time And Expense Saved by using Vapor Gasoline Stoves Leaves you enough margin for other kitchen utensil See them at our The Glacier Line of Refrigerators are built look better and cost less than any other on the Taylor Dealers in Shelf and Heavy Neit door to Impressive Funeral fleremonies of the Late Governor IN ELARD DEAD MONSTER TURNOUT OF PEOPLE Thousands in the Funeral Procession and Tens of Thousands Line the Route From His Late Residence to the July all over Mich igan citizens came to Detroit Saturday to mingle with the people of this city in an humble and yet remark able showing of love and admiration for the late The Pingree residence on Woodward avenue contained about 150 people who listened to the brief services for the dead The scene was an Impressive though simple When Reed Stuart had finished a touch Ing tribute to the memory of the dead and Boynton painted in glow ing words the life history of the de the choir ended the service by singing Lover of My It was oclock when the funeral cortege left the late home of the de ceased and proceeded slowly on its way to Elmwood The pro cession was carried out as planned and not one hitch occurred to mar its A squad of mounted police under command of Slater was on the right of the line and following came a company of police on command ed by John Chief Mar shal Outfield and his staff rode behind Next to the general staff came riding alone and mounted on a magnificent The governors military staff rode some distance be all wearing full dress Among them were George Brown of Port Inspector Fred Ypsilanti Grand of the Second and Robert Third and Curry of James aide aide aide Union aid assist ant adjutantgeneral assistant quartermastergen eral Herbert mili tary secretary West Bay assistant inspector general Abel The first division was commanded by Boynton of Port Huron and it was headed by the Metropolitan Schremsers bands Fol lowing them was the First under command of Har Reynolds had command of the first Sink of the and Ross Granger of Ann Arbor of the The Naval Re 150 came next and they presented a fine appearance under Commander They were di vided into three The Mich igan Independent Infantry turned out C and under command of Each of the dif ferent posts had a small de tail in as did also the Society of the Army of Jacklin commanded the second which consisted of the fu neral cortege First came a double line of carriages containing the clergy and honorary Back of them was the drawn by the company of with the active pallbearers walking and then came an unexpected feature which made a vivid Im mediately following the casket was an orderly leading the governors favorite chestnut which he rode on so many public His boos were reversed in the stirrupts and the reins were tied with a bit of The family of the deceased came neit in carriages and back of them was formed a double line of In which rode the city offi state officials and many promi nent business Gil bert of Indiana was seated with and Senator Arthur L Speaker Secretary of State Warner and a large number of other public officials were in The third division was commanded by George Pingree Smiths band headed the but carried no Instruments and the drums were Back of it walked 250 of the each one wearing black The Delray band headed a battalion of the Uniformed Knighta of under command of George The uniformed rank of Odd Fellows had two compan ies In Canton Detroit L and Canton City of the There was also a delegation from the each man wearing a sprig of green in the lapel of his Following them was a detail of German The remaining divisions were given up to the trade The Great Western band headed the members of the Trades 120 and the iron who had 50 in line The Newsboys band of 35 pieces was followed by the architectural sheet iron and metal Then came the Newsboys association band and the metal workers brought up the left of the Down Woodward avenue and out Jefferson avenue for four miles tens of thousands waited hours to doff their hats as the body passed The fu neral procession was on a magnificent scale rarely and the dignity of the great throngs showed plainly their deep While the bells in school towers and fire department houses all over the city the slowmoving procession with bands playing grand funeral marches approached the cem There Masonic and military honors were shown and the remains of the states late chief executive were given to the It was estimated that there were at least people in the cemetery during the Head of the Great Tobacco House Dies in New York A Young Detroiter Meets a Watery Grave at Tashmoo WAS TAKEN WITH CRAMPS Desperate Efforts Made to Save Him By His Companions Were of No Avail and Ht Sank Before Their July at lull of life and and in ex cellent health and good young Charles Thieler arrived at the San Souci summer resort on the Clair Half an hour afterward he was a His Joseph retired lives at 367 Aubin ave With nis Arthur and his Frank he left Detroit on the steamer They disembarked at Tashmoo park and walked to the family a few yards who was about six feet in a good athlete and a strong proposed bathing in the His brother They both donned bathing trunks and swam out some 20 just beyond the channel Here the water was colder in the Arthur started to return and called to Charles to come with without making any out Charles sank below the Arthur saw some planks on and started to get one in order to aid his brother when he but the planks were fastened together and he could not use Charles did not come Arthur and a bystander dived to the bottom of the but could not find the Several ef forts were made by other but the body was only recovered after being in the water about an hour and a and by the use of grappling Prolonged efforts at resuscita tion proven Qreat braces body and drives away all impurities from your Makes you Keeps yon Kocky Mountain Johnson MC3EED Meiko Meyer Mads Insulting Remarks on Late July and bloodshed Saturday night resulted from an attempt by Meiko the socialistic labor to defame and besmirch the memory of the late ex Gov in an address on thi Campus The crowd on the many of whom hail earlier in the day watched the cortege of the lamented was Then surprise turned to The hotheaded ones sought to wreak immediate vengeance upon the man who had blasphemed their most cherished Meyer and several of his associates had a narrow escape for their Meyer being finally rescued by Patrolman McDermott and lodged in Woodbrfilge street police charged with disturbing the Those who overheard Meyers speech on the Campus agree in con demning They assert that the in the course of his applied to the deceased exgovernor such terms as blackleg and the NATIONAL Over Cne Thousand Delegates Will be July marked no decrease in the labors of those who are preparing for the which convenes in this city The headquarters of the association for registration purposes at 82 Woodward was a scene of activity all Clerks of enroll ment and members of the local enter tainment committee having charge of the assignment of rooming places for the delegates were kept busy continu Over delegates have been assigned to rooming places the rush for quarters did not cease until late in the MICHIGAN Clarence Briggs of aged 8 disappeared mysteriously on the night of July and diligent search on the part of parents and officers has failed to reveal his James lumber dealer and mill owner at has just met with a loss of feet of lumber by the burning of George Lutzs north west of No Miss Carrie aged 16 daughter of Joe baggageman on the was terribly burned by turning some boiling wa ter over She may not re The new oeacon lighthouse on MIIS kegon lake burned to the waters The government ordered it built sev eral weeks ago and a government lighthouse boat has been at Muskegon building It was just It was to be filled with oil every seven furnishing light day and It is supposed the machinery being new it failed to work properly and caused the Another lighthouse will probably be built at general superintend ent of the Stephenson plant at says that his company has suf ficient timber to last for 50 years at the lowest and probably This seems a strong yet McLean knows what he is talk ing as he has the reputation of being a very careful and conservative lumberman and Wells is a suburb of reached by elec tric SEASICK Eighteen of Them Yet Only Two Put Off July thousand excursionists who came from Chicago to escape the heat were caught by the spell of frigid weather here yesterday with their light cloth ing The cold weather was caused by a north which sprang up early in the morning and lowered the tem perature 35 degrees in an Resi dents appeared on the streets in heavy overcoats and The gale also caused a heavy sea on the and the bridal City of due here at did not arrive until after 4 oclock in the She had on board SOO among whom were 18 couples on their way to Gretna All of the brideselect were seasick and for this reason two of them refused to be mar The others went through the ceremony with severe County Clerk Church reports SO mai riages for the week ending IKOTED AS A GREAT SPORTSMAN Important July is re ported one head in the Quinov mill is to tie fitted HP for a system of stamping known as the coarse screen devised by Krause Parnall and now in use at Isle Royale and Arcadian It is claimed the new system increases the amount stamped per head to 55 tons each nearly 20 per cent over the old and ir the experiment proves a success coarse screens will be adopt ed for all Pope July m Pope announces that he has been compelled to decline his appoint ment as a member of the state tax commission on the grounds that lie cannot arrange his private affairs so as to He has nctified Bliss of his Killed by Maple July ing a thunder storm lightning struck Hermans two miles north of killing Walter a labor agerl a John Cumber a aged aiul boy were Ciimbenvorth died later from tne The Steamer Harbor July tugs worked all day yesterday on the steamer which went ashore at Bay View Saturday Up to 7 oclock they were unable to effect her The wind is favorable and the boat is resting Reduced Rates Queen Special reduced rates to Queen Crescent Great oppor tunity to visit the Pacific Qnick schedule and excellent train Ask Queeu Crescent ticket agents or address for Our want ads reach the BRIEF Gaupp of the Univer sity of Vncbingen is Franz for many years the principal circus proprietor in Ger has just died at his villa near Emigration from Germany by way of Bremen during the six months which ended June reached as com pared with during the corre sponding period of last George the wellknown traveler and has arrived in Petersburg after a short stay in Fin HP will spend some months rocupmling his health and study hg Russian life and James wellknown as a philanthropist and one of the most re spected citizens of is aged from tne effects of for which he was operated on nearly two weeks A number of Japanese warships will be in addition to the four American warships under Rear Ad miral at the July at Kurihama of the monument to commemorate the landing there of Commodore There is a shortage of cars to move the Kansas wheat although the marketing of that cereal is barely un der The wheat movement started much earlier this owing to the fine harvest and the rail it is are unable to care for it One railway has contracted for new cars to be delivered tbis month A Double July reached here of a double murder which oc curred four miles from Mon roe James Johns and a 17 yearold niece were murdered and their bodita placet in a burning build Whcu the fire had been extin guished by neighbors it was found that j the girl had been stabbed to the heart and her head crushed with an while Johns had his head crushed and arms There is no clew to the perpetrators ot the Modem printing ii oal SETTLEMENT May Settle the Great July strike of the American Sheet Steel and Ameri can Steel llticp mill employes will probably be terminated next week Arrangements were made in this city for the holding of a joint conference in Pittshiirp between representatives of both which are com ponents of the United States Steel and representatives of the Amalgamated Association of Steel and Tin for the pur pose of adjusting the existing labor The agreement to meet in confer ence means virtually a settlement of the inasmuch as the operating officials of the hoop and sheet com panies would not have consented to meet the workers committee unless there was good prospect of immediate and it may be accepted as a settled fact that all the mills now idle will be in operation by the end of next and the strike which threatened the strel industry general ly wfll be averted in its A Memorial July memorial meeting for the late Albert John wlio died suddenly in Brooklyn last was held in the Star the ater Sunday The theater was well A number of brief ad dresses were made by former em ployes of who spoke in eulogisic terms of their former em Harris Cooley and Henry Davies also spoke It was stated that Albert Johnsons busi ness enterprises would be carried on by his the Tom John dizzy bad constipa absolutely cured if yon take Rocky Mountain Tea made by Madi son Medicine Johnson Our want ads reach the He Founded and Controlled at tbe Time of His Death the Fashionable Resort at Nearly Six tyEight Years New July Lorillard died at oclock yesterday after at the Fifth Avenue where he was taken from the Deutschland when that steamer arrived on July 4 from The members of the family present at the bedside the end came were Lorillards Suffern Taller and William and their bus and Pierre and and also Pierre Lorillard Lorillards recent severe illness dated from June He was in Eng land and went to his lodge at toping to see his David win the gold He was stricken an uraejnic chill and was sick for a He was advised to come to America and boarded the Deutsch but his condition became graver each His Kil told him that he did not think he would live to get to New but the magnate insisted that he It has never been thought that he could recover since his The funeral will be at 11 oclock on from Grace The Interment will be at Pierre Lorillard was the eldest son of Peter architect of the for tune which made the family name fa He inherited much of the busi ness ability of bis father and marked success attended the commercial en terprises which he planned and exe At the death of his father he received about and an inter est jointly with his brothers and sisters in the great tobacco house of which his father had been the He at purchased from his broth ers a control of the and by ehrewd management greatly increased his He built a handsome resi dence at Fifth avenue and Fiftysixth street and entertained princely In 1874 lie became Interested in the His first great horse was and with Iroquois in 1881 he was the first American to win the classic Eng lish He was also an enthusi astic yachtsman and once raced his Vesta across the He found ed and controlled at the time of his death the fashionable resort at Tuxe He was nearly 68 years He Is survived with his Pierre and William Kent and He leaves a large The Christian July Endeavor ers made Sunday a busy From morning until evening and during al most every hour of the day there were services in some part of the The day opened in refreshing contrast to and the breezes added ma terially to increase the The day opened with three of one hour held in three of the largest of the city and con ducted by the Floyd Tomp and Cornelius Wolf skin of The meeting at the Central church Christian was to have been conducted by Wil bur Chapman of New York who is now seriously ill at his country home at Winona but the meeting was not Opened to July proclama tion of President opening to settlement the lands ceded by In dians in the territory of has been given to the The proclamation covers the cessions made by the Wichita and affiliated bands of Indians In accordance with the act of March and those made by the Kiowa and Apache tribes in pursuance of the act of June The proclamation provides for the opening of the lands in those reserva tions which are not reserved at 9 oclock on the 6th of August the lands to be open to settle ment under the homestead and town site laws of the United Stabbed by a July Phillip evangelist known through out this part of the met Charles Close on the street hastily pulling a knife from his stabbed him In the Close came near bleed ing to but the flow of blood was finally and it is now thought he will Moore was A year or more ago Close and the preachers wife were said to be more intimate than the pastor thought and Moore threateneu to kill his She left him and the two men quar leled over the matter several tut never came to blows until Novel Manner of July Richard a young farm worked nil Jay mowing At quitting time he unhitched his team from the Then he fastened a rope to his own neck and one of his ankles and he other end fast to one of the By some means he succeeded in fri K ning the animal and away it ran over ocks and stumps for The man was dragged in this manner a distance f two miles and when found was Jend Murder and July a went to a house near where his wife was stopping and call ing her to the shot her twice through the He then shot his Willingham of Lcs who was with her The shot broke her Placing tha revolver to his he then sent a bullet through his He died Garner died in aBout in The hot weather test makes people better acquainted with their resonrcen of strength and Many find they need Hoods Sarsapurilla which invigorates the promotes refreshing sleep and overcomes that tired FRIENC OP Prince German ExChan Passed July S formerly German imperial tlied at Saturday Prince Von Hohenlohes death was generally unexpected as he left Berlin several weeks ago apparently In good although his increasing weakness was The prince arrived at Ragatz extremely exhaust His death is attributed to the weak ness of old In a telegram to the members of tha Emperor William has ex pressed his deepest sympathy in the death of Prince Von Mes sages of sympathy have also been re ceived from a number of other Euro pean crowned including one from Emperor Ernst o Zurich has embalmed the which will be removed Tues day to Two sons of the former imperial his a soninlaw and several grandchildren have arrived in He was noted for his friendship for America and MKINLEY AT Passes a Very Pleasant Sunday and Goes July restful and pleasant day was reported at the McKinley home last The president and McKinley and during the drove to Westiawn cemetery and placed flow ers on the graves of the McKinley children and other relatives buried and spent the remainder of the day at During the afternoon they sat on the porch for a time aud seemed greatly to enjoy the cool breezes that swept ovsr Only a few callers appeared at the and they were intimate friends or In the evening and Earlier and their children add Judge Day were entertained at dinner and remained to spend the No plans for the have been an Mclvinkys condition continues favorable uml she has ex periencrd no relape as the result of the trip from A Big July International Longshoremens union opened its an nual session m this city this There are 400 delegates repre senting the coal and ore hard coal lumber package freight grain trim mera and hoisters and Scrofula Few are entirely tree Jrom may develop so slowly as to cause little if any disturbance during the whola period of It may then prodnce irregularity of the stomach and and marked tendency to consumption before manifestos itself in much cutaneous eruption or glandular It is best to he sure that ynu are quite free from aiul for its complete eradica tion you can rely on Hoods Sarsaparilla The best of all medicines for all PUBLIC ia hereby given tbat tbe Common Council did on the second day of deem it necessary and declared its in tention to make the following pnblic To construct a tile sewer from the manhole at the intersection of Church and Sarah easterly along the center line of Church street feet to a point seven and onenaif feet east and 33 feet north from the northwest corner the Adrian Improe inent subdivision 3 thence south 524 feet at a rigbt angle with said center line of Cbnrch and across lots A and C and 13 feet south and seven and onehalf feet east from tbe northwest corner of lot D of said Adrian Improvement companys subdivision the last seven feet being required for a flush tank for said said sewer to be constructed of salt glazed sewer eight inches in and that onefaalf of tbe expense of said im provement has been appropriated from tbe general fund and the remain ins onehalf shall be defrayed by a s eial assessment upon fill tbe lands aud premises hereby designated and established according to and the following is hereby designated aa said special assessment district Lots 17 and block Comstocks eastern addition 1 also lots S and block Comstocks eastern addition 1 also lot and all that part of lot lying north of Church Grassmans addition to the city of Adrian also lots 28 31 and and lots C and of the Adrian Improvement companys subdivision And that estimates of the expense of construction of said work and plats and diagrams of the work and locality to be improved will be on file in the office of the city clerk for pnb lic examination on tbe fifteenth day of 1901 and the common conncil will meet in the conncil room on July at for the purpose of bearing and considering any oojections to said proposed By order of the city John City 9 If you have not already secured some of those j Bargains In Table Linen At The Cash Dry Goods Red Ticket Closing Out Would advise you to do so at 60c Red Ticket SOc Red Ticket 40c Red Ticket price 27c 3Sc Red Ticket LINEN 8c quality Stevens all 18 6c 9c quality Stevens all lOc quality Stevens all 20 quality Stevens 20 9c value Absorbent We hare only a few pieces left and you would do well lo rail while they 98c while they 79c while they 59c GASH DRY GOODS O West Maumee THE LATEST BIT OF SOCIAL An item about the newest thing in fashions all the society all the church all the local and county the way THE TELEGRAM Caters to the women of the city and It is a newsy and the ladies like to take the items therein and discuss Thats why the paper is valued so greatly by the the women buy seveneights of all supplies for the If you dont tmke The Telegram you dont get If you dont advertise In you dont Vacation Shoes Mens 60c and Mens black or and Boys and Youths rubber Boys and Youths Canvas Misses and Childrens Strap Ladies Strap Sandals arid 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 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 Shoe Economy We can always save you money on Our wonderful values in stylish dependable Shoes are making new friends and customers for tbe department every ECONOflY Is in what you what you Saving Honey At the expense of quality is extrava not We Can Save You Money ami give you Style and Quality Printers ink not only makes people but brings trade when it ig used in this CLOTHING FOR EVERY PURPOSE Outing Wheeling Tennis Golfing Wood Sawing We have the kind of Clothing1 that will add to your I c m fort without distressing you to pay for Crash Bicycle White Duck Tropical Weight jl Thin plain and Skeleton Serge i Guaranteed Serge wonderful variety of striped Flannel Suits and Separate Coats and f The man who comes here for his outfit Hits the man who dont Misses ROE CLOTHING   

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