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   Adrian Daily Telegram (Newspaper) - July 9, 1901, Adrian, Michigan                                PRINTING That is delights the eye and brings in not the re sult ol To produce a goott job requires experience and pood We have at your It wiH pay yon tosee as belore placing your THE TELEORAH ADRIAN DAILY PUBLICITY as necessary to the frowtb of a ness ai an fontle balmy and generous wnmhine in the at flowers and An incnaM in business is bound to follow an adver tisement in THE TELEGRAM A PROGRESSIVE PAPER FOR THE LATEST LOCAL AND GENERAL JULY PRICE Two An Excellent The pleasant method and beneficial effects of the well a SrBtrr or manufactured by the SYBCP illustrate thevalueof obtaining the liquid laxa tive principles of plants known to be medicinally laxative and presenting them in the form most refreshing to the taste and acceptable to the It is the one strengthening laxa cleansing1 the system dispelling headaches and fevers gently yet promptly ami enablingone to overcome habiuipl constipation per Its periect freedom from every objectionable quality and sub and its acting on the liver and without weakening1 or irritating malce it the ideal In the process of figs are as they are pleaant to the butthemedidnaj cjuaiitiesof the remedy are obtained from senna and other aromatic by method known to the CAUFOKNIA SYBUP la ordor 1o get its beneficial effectsand to avoid please remember the full name of 1 he Company printed on the front of every CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP EAJT NZV7 FYnsalcbyall Price Youll Like Our BAKING We have a knack for making bakery goods taste borne Like to have you try our Phone us yonr street number and our wagon will stop at your Gem 6486 East Be Citizens Phone 575 Do Ton Want tbe Best of FLOUR FEED STRAW If so call up the CASH FEED STORE FISH Bell Phone Prompt Isnt It Dont feel ranch like baking bread this kind of Were used to by the our Salt Rising Bread is just a little the best you ever Try us on Monirnent 99 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 also handle Dry Carter and Eckstein White Taint JOHNSON ANDREWS Four Corners Drug Citizens Phone CfflALAlLASOR Greatest Conference of the Times Will be Held Thursday BO SAYS PRESIDENT SHAFFER The Best Interests of Both Sides De mand That It Be Held as Soon as Possible so That There Might be an Early July which I believe will prove the most important conference in the history of capital and labor will open in Hotel next Thursday moniisg at 10 when the highest officials of the Amalgamated gath ered from all parts of the will meet with high officials in the iron and steel industries to settle grave Every viceprosident of the Amal gamated association from Alabama north is toward Pittsburg on my telegraphic I have consid ered it best that they be called to con fer ut this time instead of the regular conferees who have usually met with us to adjust As yet I am in ignorance as to who will constitute the committee repre senting the steel the employ 1 have been informed that Presi dent Schwab of the United States Steel Corporation will be present in but do not know this to ba a The laboring man is now con fronted with some peculiar conditions which I hope will be adjusted at the coming I believe the strike will be speedily Signed The above is the statement made by President Shaffer of the Amalsamated association late last evening as he emerged from the Caraegie building with a party of Amalgamated associa tion officers and officers of the Ameri can Sheet Steel It was at the close of one of the most eventful days in the history of organized and was made so by the decided stand taken by President Shaffer in the Weltsville The conference lasted for almost two but what was said or done not given save through the above statement made by President It was evidently decided that the best interests of both sides de manded that the wage conference be held at as early a date as possible in spite of the trouble at It is understood that on hearing the state ment of VicePresident Chappell re garding the Ohio assurance was given that it could easily be ad justed and would This being the the conference was quickly ar President Shaffer desired to be set right before his people regarding his action in passing over the usual wage conferees and placed the matter high That the matter might be under he dictated the following state ment The committee selected by the ad visory board is composed of all na tional trustees and vicepresi because the general execu tive has greatest power fn the Amalgamated and as the matter at issue is a general not affecting wages or mill and the last convention having abolished the general this board can best take up a question affecting the general Shaffer said further I did announce that I would not treat with the employers until matters were adjusted at and that I would declare a general oa Thursday if matters were not but I Jater changed my I am not at liberty to state what brought this but it will come out in good Under the present the Wellsville men will remain at work pending a settlement or disagreement on None of the combine representatives would talk on the strike It is that VicePresi dent Arms of the American Sheet Steel received fresident Shaffers telegram containing his ultimatum at where he was attending the funeral of his motherinlaw and thiit inimPdiztely after the funeral he to and the conference was hold after his MATTERS IN of Ambassador White Com mits Suicide MICHIGAN i COULDNT STAND SICKNESS Henry Lyinger Clubbed to Daath in Berriea County VICTIM OP TRAVELING PESTS His Body WES Bruised as if He Had Been Beaten With a Heavy and the Sheriff Is Looking Into the July has reached here of the murder of Henry The body was found on the Three I trades near a small town south of this It is a resiIt of the hobo situation in the southern section of the which is the worst in many years and which is be coming A week ago Lyinger was walking into when he was attacked by a band of hoboes anu left for be ing robbed of He was terribly One of his ears was all but severed from his He re ceived medical treatment and returned to try to locate tht aud get his money He was evidently sur prised by a gang of His body was bruised as if he had been beaten j with a heavy The sheriff is in DOES ANYONE KNOW HIM Great braces body and drives away all impurities from your Makes you Keeps yon Rocky Mountain Johnson Our Six Vear Old Our little six year daughter had a very sore badly and coughed almost Gave the White Wine of Tar Syrnp according to directions and she began to improve immediately and soon got Groves and I have recommended Jit to and we eousider it the very best medicine in pastor Clarks Wyatt Shoe Economy We can always save you money on Our wonderful values in stylish dependable Sboes are making new friends and customers for the department every ECONOflY Is in what you what you Saving Honey At the expense of quality is extrava not We Can Save You Money and give you Style and Quality Man Found Cead on the Lake Shore Railroad White July body of a welldressed laboring man was found lying beside the Lake Shore one mile southwest of this vil with the head crushed beyond Indications are that the stranger fell asleep on the track or death was the result of a deliberately planned A small amount o money was found in the pockets of the dead mans Michigan Juiy pen sions were granted Mondav as fol lows John Stimon Marcus John Samuel 8 Henry Abraham1 Edgar Kent Thomas Gulli Grand Three Jane Rejinah South Josephine Catherine Lucy Grand Mary Anice Van Found Their July commit tee appointed by the farmers vigilance association of mis vicinity returned from and they announce that they founa the horses stolen from Fountain Watling and Horace Laflin last year and also stolen Hunter and George Jarvis have recovered at Cleveland the two horses taken from them last The evidence so far is against Fred Shoemaker of whose ar rest led to the above Secured an July Stewart of Kaiamazoo secured an in junction to prevent the city from is suing bonds to the The bonds were voted a year ago by city and are now with a trust company in The peti tion for the injunction was signed by Vrooman and Hot and Cold in the July a va riety of weather this region claims the The early part of last week it was hot enough to fry an egg on the Friday night it turned cold and on Saturday morning enough snow fell here and at Calumet to whiten the Quincy Recovery July was thought that Newell a pop ular Michigan Central switchman who was injured a few weeks ago in the Jackson would escape amputa but he became delirious on ac count of blood poisoning and his left leg was His recovery is McDonald Bound East July exj animation of Oscar charged with putting paris green in the well of Oliver resulted in his being bound over to the circuit court and in default of bail bond he was re manded to The town of Plymouth has paid its j last waterworks Peter White has purchased 400 acres of land on Grand Island for park David Kaercher of Bad Axe has been appointed commissioner 01 schools for Huron A cloudburst turned loose two and a half inches of water at damag ing crops in surrounding Thomas ulapies house at Lud ington was robbed of and a quan tity of jewelry while the family were busy in another part of the The body found in the river at Menominee Sunday has been identified as that of Edward a wood who has been working in that country for the past 10 Burglars made an attempt to rob the bank of Baetcke Sunday but were scared away by the This same bank was dy namited six weeks ago and A cavein from the surface at the Negaunee mine endangered the lives of 300 but all escaped The pulley stands went and it will impossible to hoist from the mine until the machinery is With the wind blowing a Reub en Whitesell of Pontiac attempted to deliver some groceries to cottagers the His boat capsized and he was drowned in 80 feet of He was 55 years Doerr of Brighton has just completed a new home for himself and doing all the mechanical work The casings and floors in three of the rooms contain all hand made of walnut and Georgia MURDER TRIAL Father and Son Charged With Murder ing Lester Lake July of James and Frank father and charged with the murder of Lester Parker on Christmas began here yesterday The crime is alleged to have occurred at a small lumber camp run by James six miles southeast of All are known to have been drinking heavily during the day and evening ot Parkers He was found the next morning with his head crushed and body badly A coroners jury found his death to be the result of foul but no evidence sufficient to warrant fixing the crime upon anyone could be secured until the arrest and conviction of one of the party for bur glary during the past Gambler Badly July the re sult of disputes over the supposed value of the gambling the professional gamblers who accompany the Buckskin nill wild west show quar reled with the show men last and one of the gamblers was badly used by a party 01 who beat him with their pistols and shot at him as he attempted to run The ringleaders on ootn sides were arrest ed for assault on complaint of one an other and were fined Uv Justice Served Him July George Brown was noticed beating his horse cruelly two r lies east of the city Harvey Thomas swore out a warrant and Marshal Rose arrested Justice McCaughna fined him all within one Anticipating Brown had filled his pockets with but was disarmed by the The jockey inquired what the fine would be for assault and bat tery on the At last reports he was looking for the man who swore out the Elected July the an nual school meeting last Byerly and KirK White were elected trustees for the coming Byerly is secretary of the local labor The sum of will be raised by tax to support the schools during the coming The board repovted that the new central school recently and one of the finest in the cost less than The building is being used as a model by other He Get Ann July the Cleveland broom maker who is in jail here awaiting trial on a charge of horse made an attempt to break out of the He succeeded in digging half way through the brick wall with a piece of gas when his work was discovered and he was removed to a more secure weicomeo July serv ing two years with the Fortyseventh volunteer infantry in the Samuel Darr and Ira Robinson reached this city yesterday 40 days after leaving Both young men live in Medina township and enlisted at Adrian in Their return was the cause of a happy demonstration at their country everybody turn ing out to welcome dizzy bad constipa absolutely cured if yon take Rooky Mountain Tea made by Madi son Medicine Johnson Pan American Exposition Wa bash The following tickets to Buffalo are now on sale via the Wabash railroad from Ten day limit fiften dny limit tourist to Sep tember Ask agents for de tails as to stop over privilege at Niagara also going or returning cue way via and remember that the Wabash lands you at the exposi tion In addition to the forego special coach 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 Science lias found that rheumatism is caused by nric acid in the This poison should be excreted by the Foleys Kidney Cure always makes them Wyatt Johnson I Printers ink not only makes people but brings trade when it is used in this is not so much in the ordinary vacation as there is in a single bottle of Hoods which refreshes the tired sharp ens the dulled restores the lost Take Hoods Sarsaparil la this SUFFERED FOR YEARS Young White Was Booked to Sail on the Steamer Deutschland Wednes day on a Visit to His and in Search of July Frederick son of Ambassa dor to Germany Andrew committed suicide last He had been suffering from He went to a bath room at his home and shot himself in the head with a New July first intima tion that the son ot Ambassador White had committed suicide was con veyed by who was an uncle of Whites Northrup stated that he had his infor mation from Postmaster Bruce of who was Whites He stated that the cause for the suicide was ill follow ing typhoid nervous prostration as a result to the hot weather the doctor brought on melan Northrup says that young White was booked to sail on the steamer Deutschland Wednesday on a visit to his father and in search of THE MACHINISTS Propositions Submitted for Settlement of the New July of the National Metal Trades association in this city announced that they had re ceived the following proposition from James president of the ma for a settlement of the strike The question of wages to be ar bitrated by All machinists on strike to be re instated without prejudice to their for mer pending settlement by The hours of labor shall be 54 hours a which is not submitted to the award of the arbi tration to date back to the time the men to Articles of agreement shall be signed by ooth sides agreeing to the above basis of The above basis for a settlement of the present strike shall not apply to members of the National Metal Trades association and others with which we have made It is believed than an agreement will be reached within a few A Vigorous July Agent Holmes of the striking machinists vigorously denies the published state ment that the machinists strike in this city was about to Holmes stated that the beginning of the eighth week of the strike finds only two men returned to Holmes said that President OConnell has been under the impression that the local unions were affording the strikers ample support and that Presi dent OConnell would now assist them with large additional sums of money to continue the Caused Oklahoma July withstanding the fact that the provis ions of the presidents proclamation opening the KiowaComanche country to settlement were generally known beforehand by reason of published re there was much interest and some excitement among the large number of homesteaders When the first news of the proclamation ap peared hundreds of persons grouped about the streets reading the papers and discussing its The fact that registration cannot be made at the public land office here causes much There are people here who will To Protect Her New July sheriffs jury the supreme de clared Miss Anna King half sister of the late millionaire tea mer George The proceedings have been taken in order that her interest in the estate of her half brother might be Miss who is now 63 years is confined in a private sanitarium in She disappeared from Brook lyn in 1887 and was not found until 1C years later in It is thought her mind became unbalanced because of many lawsuits in which she was in volved at the Threatening July fire which broke out in tho exhibition grounds for a time threatened the exhibition build Ings and caused much The were confined to a block of tea which was de British Steamer July British steamer June is ashore at on the east coast of and a from the wrecked Orient Navigation steamer With Kidney a Case That Baffled the Best I make he following statement for the benefit of people in advanced years i I have used Warners Com1 pound of Seven Cures with the best possible I am sixtyfive years j old and have suffered more or less my kidneys for over three After taking eight bottles of Seven Cures I feel like a new I can truthfully recommend it as one of the greatest remedies of the Yours j Wyatt Job printing promptly executed at orooer prices at this John says Foleys Honey and Tar cured my little girl of a severe congb and in flamed Wyatt Johnson A beacon light to the sick and A life Take counsel with yourself today and nse Rocky Mountain Tea Peace anrl comfort follow its Johnson A Conscientious Dear tried yonr White Wine of Tar I believe it to DP an excellent and can con scientiously reccommeiid it to Respectfully Steven Wyatt Job printing promptly executed at proper prices at this The greatest healer of modern times is Banner Salve for piles and all skin dis It is Use no sub Wyatt Johnson Modern printing is oar Use Allens A powder to be shaken into the Your feet feel nervous and and Ret tired have smarting feet or tight try A liens Cathartic Easy to easy to Hoods Pills SWEEPING Judge Wing Issues One Against Strik ing Molders of July Wing of the United States circuit court is sued a sweeping injunction against the striking moMors on the applica tion of the Otis Steel of this It enjoins local 218 of the Iron Molders Union of North America from picketing the premises or interfering in any manner whatsoever with the business or the employes of the Otis The court holds in effect that picket ing is unlawful that it consists of or ganized espionage on the part of the union or others who are doing the picketing of the premises the em ployes of the firm in Commenting on the claim of the molders to the effect that their efforts had entirely been confined to persua the court said Persuasion of long may become a nuisance and unlaw PAUL NEUMANN Popular at Honolulu and Well Known in July via San July Neumann died early this morning of paralysis of the aged He was one of the best known and most liked citizens of the islands and his sudden death was a great shock to the community He was a very popular member of the bar and had been mentioned as a gubernatorial possibility since the reports of Doles possible Neumann represented the Hawaiian government at Washington and in va rious other capacities before annexa In 3S93 he represented Queen Liliuokalani at Washington during the troubles that followed the over throw of the Under King Kalakaua he held the post of attorney Before coming to Hawaii he lived in where he served three terms as a state Neu mann was born in One of his sons is a cadet at THE BOER No Peace Without National Independ Say July British govern ment has issued further South African correspondence concerning the peace negotiations which concludes with the text of the proclamation of and cabled by Lord Kitchener to the government July 2 and read by Brodrick in the house of commons the night of July Schalkbugher and Steyn af firm in this proclamation that Kru ger and the Boer deputation abroad make satisfactory representatives that peace would be worthless without independence that no peace should be accepted whose price was the na tional and that In the inter ests of the colonial the war would be vigorously Brought In the July Wilson Fur nessLeyland line steamer arrived yesterday from Lon having on board the shipwrecked crew of the Norwegian bark which was wrecked by collision with the Cambrian in a dense fog early on the morning of July Tbe vessel was too badly damaged to be towed and was abandoned the eastern edge of the Newfoundland banks in about lat itude 45 degrees north and longitude 48 degrees Dahl saved the ships log but her papers were together with other prop erty belonging to the Banker July Councillor president of the board of super visions of the Leipziger back and who was absent in the United States when the bank has arrived here from New He was at once arrested by the public THE TELEPHONES VALUE INCREASES DAY BY la ratio that new sub scribers are added anil extensions of Local and Long Dis tance lines are THE MICHIGAN TELEPHONE offers the best and most com plete service at the lowest Ask the Local Manager for particulars of the various forms of If you have not already secured some of those 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 c 40c Red Ticket 27c 3Sc Red Ticket c UNEN 8c quality Stevens all 18 6c 9c quality Stevens all lOc quality Stevens all 20 quality Stevens all 20 9c value Absorbent We hare only a few pieces left and would do well to fall while they 98c while they 79c while they S9c CASH DRY GOODS 9 West Refuse all substitutes and insist on having Tom lOc Will 5c Havana 5c If your dealer does not handle them let us WM The good cook always asks always insists on getting guaranteed strictly 25 flavors in Concentrated Extracts are at your selec each made from the natural and roots which they rep bringing you the pure flavor in all its rich ness and Extracts are no higher in price than many adulter ated and because of their great are most A little fait goes a long iMift JMT Mlfef IN SMfrs Saely Eitract MIA HikwtfltlM 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 The largest line of Mens Shoes in tbe 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 Mulzer Son 5 North Main Try U Sold by all druggists and shoe stores for Trial packace Ad Allen CLOTHING FOR EVERY PURPOSE Outing Wheeling Tennis 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