Questions? Call (888) 845-2887 Hablamos Español

Share Page

Adrian Daily Telegram: Monday, July 15, 1901 - Page 1

Get 1 more page view just for clicking

to like us on Facebook


   Adrian Daily Telegram (Newspaper) - July 15, 1901, Adrian, Michigan                                PRINTING That delights the and brines in not there salt of To produce a job requires experience and good We have at your It will pay yon to see us before placing your THE TELEGRAfl ADRIAN DAILY PUBLICITY It it Mentor to moth at bwh MM M in Mtto Md niufciM la dwrrorwpthm of and AaincfMWtB booad to follow THE TELEGRAM A PROGRESSIVE PAPER FOR THE LATEST LOCAL AND GENERAL As a Food For the Make It Healthy and Chases Ointment Hailed by Thousands of Fair Em ro matter how beudfal her finds reed at times of some preparation 10 overcome the redness and and ID con the blackheads and aba may corer tip tot dangnrtaf bat can never cure apd art positively injurioni because they clog op the pores of the Ointment a food for toe It b readily and thoroughly k cures each aad ercry skin making the skia soft aad clear No toilet complete without Oint mfM for being the most perfect sHa beaatifier obtainable it can be used in a soon sjf different It absolutely cures taferbenmftndttw itching to which women ave eapecially When the feet are sore and chafed with mUting an application of Chases Oint takes oat the smarting and allays the laliiiimitiin in a surprisingly short Then for scalds and every fort of irritation or eruption of the Chaata Ointment affords a safe and certain has come to be indispensable in aearesof thooiaods of homes in the United 50 cent a at all McdidM JULY PRICE Steel Mills Throughout the Coun try Will be Tied Up CONFERENCE CODLD NOT AGREE Developments Indicate That Pittsburg Going to be a Pretty Lively Strike Men Decide to Go Youll Like Our BAKING We have a knack for making bakery foods taste home Like to have you try our Phone us your street number and onr wagon will stop at your 8486 Enst Be lPhone475 Citizens Phone Alwajs 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 9 i j Goods delivered I WILSONS i i Opposite Vedder I i For the Summer TOILET nennens Borated Talcum Viola Talcum Alnond Highly VtoU Cream Positively removes Sunburn and A Superb Line of Perfumes and Toilet Full Line of Bath Shampooing and Scalp Pre JOHNSON ANDREWS Four Corners Drug ritireni Phone HUNGRY HALF 5TARVED PERHAPS FOLLOW THE CROWDTO ROLLINS and get one of those SUBSTANTIAL MEALS that you so much Prime Pork prepared in a dozen appetizing Side dishes include everything tUe market Good Reasonable LUNCHES AT HOURS OP THE DAY OR NIGHT ROLLINS 19 Maumee The Time And Expense Saved by using Vapor Gasoline Stoves Leaves you enough margin for other kitchen utensil See them at our The Glacier Jvine of Refrigerators are built look better and cost less than any other on the Taylor Dealers in Shelf and Heavy door to July pres nt indications it looks probable that President Shaffers strike is sued Saturday night to the Amalgam ated Association members in the em iloy of the American Steel the American Sheet Steel and the Imerican Tin Plate will be obeyed and the great struggle between the Amalgamated association and the steel companies will be on in earnest to An effort will be made also to close down some of the nonunion mills of the companies and to cripple The Amalgamated people are very sanguine of Developments indicate that Pitts burg is going to be a pretty lively strike The most interest at taches to the Painters mill on the south and to that of Lindsay McCutcheon in Both mills are controlled by the American Sheet Hoop and have hitherto been ag gressively and much de pended upon the action taken by the men in these The employes of mills hem open meetings yester day and both decided to strike The Painter mill employs about 400 men and the Lindsay McCutcheon mill about President Shaffer was asked if ne had Bet a time if no settlement having been he would extend the strike to all the subsidiary steel companies of the United States Steel He said he must decline to make public his plans at It he on the strength of reliable that the strike within its present limits is Intended merely as a show of At the conference last week the rep resentatives of the steel corporation were repeatedly warned that the as sociation was much stronger than they They were even told of the organization of mills of which they had no But the steel men would not believe that the asso ciation was as strong as it was claimed to Thus it is believed the first purpose of the association to show its strength by confining the strike to three When that show of strength has been what ever it may prove to the associa tion expects the companies to ask for another The Amalgamated association anathe Federation of La bor Iwo years ago formed a secret al it is it was agreed that the when on could also call out the steel men of the The latter has organizations in many mills whose workmen are not eligible to membe ship in the July 100 men will be thrown out of em ployment by the order which was re ceived here by the president of the Amalgamated association of this city to the effect that the members of the union employed at the Muskegon branch of the American Tin Plate should strike this Wih Go to July report that the machinists strike was broken was confirmed yesterday when the men of the FayEgan shops voted to go to this morning in a These were undecided before the The strike has not been declared ott but the strikers have decided to vote by shops and in this way almost all decided to resume today except some of those employed heretofore by Dunn Gordon the Cincin nati Milling Machine and some smaller It Is intimated that the shops where the regular machin ists are hot to return are to be select ed as the objects of the new plan of Isolated The strikers here deny the state ment sent out by President James OConnell from Washington that the Internationa union has funds to con tinue the and that assistance has rendered The men are both discouraged and and most of them favor resuming After Eighteen July years ago William Dykes of New Castle swallowed a Physi cians at the time attempted to locate but were For a few days Dykes suffered terrible but it passed away and no fur ther pain was experienced until re cently she felt an itching sensation in the muscle of her right A pim ple arose and the needle which she swallowed 18 years ago pushed itself A Chilly July con tinues to block the Labrador rendering navigation in Belle Isle strait extremely Reports show that the floes are exceptionally heavy and of large cumbering the ocean well beyond the range of and numerous heavy bergs are scattered Several Newfound land fishing vessels proceeding to Lab rador have been caught in the Body Lies in Santiago de July body of President who died was brought to this city yes terday and received with solemn pub lic no fewer than people participating in the procession and as It will lie in the hall of the chamber of deputies until when the interment will take All the theaters are closed and the occasion IB one of gen eral The expression of grateful women who hare experienced wonderfnl bles sings using Rocky Montain com pensates us for our effort in their be Johnson f MATTERS IN A Handsome Brunette Tios Up to an Agsd AT MICHIGANS GEETIIA GREEN The Wedding of the WeilKnown Mil lionaire Was Not Out of the Or dinary Run of Quick Marriages at July fie past tew days speculation has bevn rife roacerning the secret and mysterious marriage of James the aged millionaire of Pasa and Miss Maude RoWn son of who are now spending their honeymoon at the Vic toria hotel in and concerning whose wedding the friends of the mil lionaire have interested Thus far it has oeen liept a It now ti inspires that they were married at Joseph last Thursday This information has leaked from the county clerks although King lisd enjoined the employes of the oiTice to iceep The wedding of the wall known mil lionaire was not out of the ordinary run of quick marriages He and his youthful bnue went through the marriage mill witu little They arrived on the morning boat from other couples of less and put up at the Ho tel Whitcomb for King demanded a Scottish minister and Thomas McRouerts responded to a tel ephone He also demanded a Scotch coachman and James Cutch bertson was The ceremony was taking but a few Miss Robinson is a handsome bru 26 years of and was in striking contrast to the After the ceremony and King dtffee through the country until boat when they Both ex pressed themselves as being pleased with the methods of marrying people at There is said to be a romance connected with the King has been a suitor for the young ladys hand for several He is heavily interested in business in Chioaco and is saiu to be worth An Ugly July lake still refuses to give up the boijj of Frank Nine hundred feet of ropes have ben stretched across the lake and the iragging is systemat Two men while dragging fell int9 the water and one of James drove a gaff into his mak ing an ugly A doctor cut the gaff out anrt stopped the flow of A marine light is on the but the water is too deep for its effectual Looking for a July Snook was brought here by taker of Detroit and an attempt will be made to recover the cargo of pig iron in the lost schooner Wttlism Doran will try to locate the cargo with a new inven tion as its whereabouts as yet is un A Man Wanted for Larceny at Muskegon Has Two July for whom extradition papers were granted by Bliss last week and who is wanted in this city on a charge of embezzling a gold watch from a Muskegon was brought back from by Deputy Sheriff It now appears that LeClair is a bigamist as well as an for just a few hours be fore the arrival t Deputy Sheriff Clinger in Newpor it is the man was married a prominent and pretty southern of the latter who is the possessor of a consid erable LeClair confessed to having a wife in Traverse City whom he married some years ago and also has a spouse in this by whom he has one His Muskegoa wife is very indignant and says she will ob tain a warrant tor her supposed hus band on the charge of being a big His latest alleged victim at refused to have any thing to do with her supposed husband when she learned the and is prostrated by the LeClair is a watchmaker and Destroyed by July 2 and 3 oclock yesterday morning neigh bors discovered that John Quandts place on Fort street west and the Pep per road in Eeorse township was on The a frame structure two stories in used as a saloon and was almost entirely de The dancing pavilion and wagon shed were also only the barn escaping from the Owing tb the absence 01 water supply noth ing could be done to save the prop The occupants of the house were away from home at the Quandt estimates the damage at about covered by about insur A Big July the big dredging contractors of are making preparations for the removal of practically their en tihe plant to this city early in The firm has about cleared up its work on the Minnesota ore dock in Buffalo and has a large government con tract at the LameKilns which will oc cupy the balance ot this and all of next The total contract price of the Lime Kiln contract is and Dunbar Sullivan have onehalf the Deserter July who deserted the United States army on May has been arrested Sova is 26 years old and enlist ed with the United States regulars last ae was sent to Fort where he deserted the He has been concealed in Mil but came home The police discovered the fact and placed him in The Hottest Iron July terday was the hottest of the 110 In the shade being reached at 1 No prostrations occurred in the but at four miles Jules Noales and at Flood tiiis an In dian named John Kokie died from ef fects of Will Come to July 21st an nual convention of tne GermanAmeri can Teachers association concluded its business yesterday by selecting De troit as the next meeting place and electing officers tot the ensuing TELEGRAPHIC The Bremen mill and near Silver has been destroyed by August Newman was blown to pieces and Henry Ernest badly hurt by the premature explosion of a blast of dy namite at the Melba is suffering from an at tack of laryngius and her physicians have ordered her not to sing at Covent Cardinal Gibbons is expected to ar rive in Paris but it is under stood Hint he will proceed almost im mediately and embark for the United Green postmaster at is missing and the office is said to be short in its ac counts with lue Scar Face alleged to be a member of the Dalton gang ol was located in a secluded spot near suffering froin a bullet The San Francisco labor council has passed a resolution advocating the rejection of Andrew Carnegies of fer to the city of for a public Emigration from Germany by way of Hamburg and Bremen during the first six months of this year reached as against for the cor responding period of last Yesterdays Baseball American Cleve and 0 Chicago Milwaukee National Louis New fork 5 Pittsburg Chicago 1 Cin iinnati Brooklyn Western Toledo ftuncie first game Toledo Mun tfe 3 Dayton Marion first amo Dayton Marion 1 Fort Wayne Jolumbus Its the head of the The main spring of Rocky Mountain Tea made by Madison Medicine Johnson Brother Killed July killed brother during a quarrel over a game of craps in Bast Carnegie yes terday Paul col and his orother in com pany with several other colored went to the hills baok of near Idle and began to shoot The men were all playing pleasantly when a quarrel arose be tween the two brothers over 5 They were sitting on the grass beside each other and after several angry names bad been the two men rose to their Frank pulled a 38 caliber revolver from his pocket and fired twice at his brothers Both shots took the last entering the causing death shortly after The murderer Avoid the Heat and When you go east by traveling via the coast The new steel steuruers leave If Chcboygan and AI pena four times per week for 7 New and all points sonth and Reduced Rates Queen Special reduced rates to Qneen Crescent Great oppor tunity to visit the Pacific Quick schedule and excellent train Ask Qneen Crescent ticket agents or address for A Conscientious Dear f tried your White Wine of Tar I believe it to be an excellent and can con scientiously reccommend it to 1 Respectfully Steven l Wyatt Strike of July taken last night by Chicago members of the Iron Molders union will result today in a general strike of tne members em ployed in the foundries of Chicago and In spite of the efforts of the officers of the international organiza tion the six local organizations voted to refuse the terms offered by their They also decided to i new their demand for a day and strike unless their demands shall be immediately complied manufacturing concerns and members of the union are A Novel July laborers in southern France have initiated a novel strike against lack of The wine growers have been reducing their owing to the crisis in the wine The men organized them selves into appointed and proceeded to work as In many cases they were The wine growers have now banded together to resist the strike and demand military Out on July Bart former state treasurer of Nebras convicted of the embezzlement ot an amount variously placed at from to and sentenced to 20 years in the has been released by order of who paroled him to Hartleys No statement could be se cured from the Whedon or the paroled Warm Weather Prevailing Almost Everywhere WHPAT AND CORN DRYING UP The Supply of Water is Short in Al most Every Direction and Hogs and Cattle Are Being Sold to Keep Them From July to the weather bureau show that the hot weather continued in 19 states and territories of the great corn the Ohio valley and various portions of the There seems to be no im mediate evidence of abatement except in the south and where lo cal thunderstorms may cause some The states affected in clude Min Ten Louisi South North Da Colorado and It has become considerably warmer in Ehe upper lake region and in New Eng reporting a recordbreaking temperature of 102 de Hope of rain in the af fected by the heat was not only traces of it appearing in one or two except at where aoout onethird ot an inch and in eastern where there were local The tem peratures reported show only slight variation from the extremes of the past few and these are due to lo cal conditions In Des yesterday the temperature was in Kansas City and in Omaha while at Little New North Paul and it was 96 or July was the sixth day in succession that the mercury went to 100 or The humidity makes it very There are no indications of Kansas July re lief came Sunday to break the almost unprecedented drouth is the south The day was a repetition of the past two wita reports from many places in western Kan las and the territories of temperatures over the 100 At most places the shone mercilessly with not a cloud nor a breeze to break its In Kan cas City last night proved more bear a breeze from the north allevi ating the There is a pros pect of rain in but no in dications of a change from any other part of the With no relief in sight the fears for the crops are fast becoming and the scarcity of water and gen erally dry conditions make the ele ment of fire a serious What the damage to the crop most affect will is but it is probably safe to say that half the crop will be Tne supply of water is short in almost every and the shipment of cattle and hogs to the market to save them must In Kansas City Sunday tne government thermometer reached and at 104 was against 100 There were three prostrations in July record was equalled yesterday by the govern ment the maximum be ing There was a strong breeze from the south blowing most of the which added to the No prostrations have been The heat wave continues through out Minnesota and the Huron reporting 102 and Sioux Falls At the latter place child went to sleep in the sun and died from the New reports a tempera ture of with a number of prostra BIG DAY AT THE will Destroy a July force of WO British aad Indian troops is about o start for a point 70 miles inland to destroy a fort irailt by the Turks In he territory cf the who are under The Otto man 2oveiument has disavowed but the Haushadi are unable to fbtaln possession of the It follows the The soldiers coming here ask us to order Rocky Mountain speaking highly of this By ten Mizellanx Johnson Job printing promptly executed at proper prices at this Ohio Day Will Be Celebrated With usual July present week at the PanAmerican exposition prom ises to be one of the most delightful yet Military features will Three companies of the Sev entieth National Guard of and Armours Cadets of Chi cago are already The Eighth which is popularly known as The Presidents and the Twen tysecond New York will go into camp at Camp July will be Chautau qua with speakers from all parts of the Frank Chapin editor of The and among The mu sical part of the program includes numbers by William Sherwood of the pianist isol and in addition to vocal Wednesday will be electrical con tractors A large number of invitations have been sent put by the Ohio PanAmeri can commissioners for the exercises cf Ohio July A big is as there are to be imposing ceremonies and excur sions at low rates will be run In addition to the exercises in the temple of music at 11 when many distinguished Ohio statesmen will appear on the an informal musicale is planned for the afternoon at the Ohio There also will be a recep tion at the Ohio uuilding in the even ing and a display of fireworks will con clude the Friday will be Eagle Several thousand members of the different aerieslocated ail over itte country will be Conger On His July Con United States minister to sas arrived on bis way to Min ster Conger will sail next Wednes day on the steamer Nippon Epworth League San July 18 to via Wabash For the above oc casion the Wabash railroad will sell tickets July 13 to 15 at greatly re duced differing as to routes Ask agents for Use Allens A powder to be shaken into the Your feel feel nervous and hot and get tired 1 If you have smarting feet or tiffbt try Allen s 1 It cools the and makes walkms Cures sweating blisters and callous Relieves corns and bunions of all pain and gives rest and com Try it Sold by all and shoe stores for Trial package Ad Allen Catarrh Is a constitutional It originates in a scrofulous condition ot the blood and depends on that It often causes headache and impairs the smell and ar fects the vocal disturbs the It is always radically and permanently cared by alterative and tonic action ol Hoods Sarsaparilla This great medicine has wrought the most wonderful cures of all diseases depending on scrofula or the scrofulous HOODS are the tout POUNDED TO Men Arrested for the Murder at July Hen drisks of Joseph and Jacob Hen dricks of this county have been ar rested for the murder of Hipes of a Dunkard preach They were indicted by the grand jury of this county last Wednesday after a large number of witnesses haa been On the night of 20 two men met Hipes on the street and beat him almost to When the minister recovered con sciousness he stated he knew who the parties but refused to dis close He died June 22 from the effect of the blows on his Being warned of his approach ing he disclosed the names of his The minister criti cised from the pulpit some of his mem bers severely for their worldly con and many attribute the assault to Both men charged with the offense are married and have They deny the ON WITH THE Pretty Close Call for Steyn in Orange July war office lias received the following dispatch from Lord dated at Pretoria Broadwoods brigade surprised capturing Steyns brother and Steyn himself escaped in his shirt with one other man The socalled Orange River gov ernment and papers were Lord Kitchener also reports that Schepers commando burned the pub lic buildings in Cape and some farm houses in the According to further advices from Lord the columns under Featherstone and Dixon have reached western They met with opposition and made some The British casualties were one officer killed and three offi cers and 24 men Ten Thousand El July trains Sunday brought in moderate crowds or There are probably persons Everything is quiet and orderly and every one is comfortably The tempera ure has hung around the 100 Ut no serious inconvenience was ex Under State July state brandy a storehouse and 200 oons have been tiected In Juder the state liquor monopoly an nual revenue from the sale of alcoholic iquors amounts to rublea Quickest and Best Results Are obtained by the 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 Isnt It Dont feel much like baking bread this kind of Were used to by the our Salt Rising Bread is just a little the best you ever Try as on Monunen OQ Do You Want the Best of FLOUR FEED HAY OR STRAW If so call up the CASH FEED STORE FISH Bell Phone Prompt I you have not already secured some of tbose i Bargains In Table Linen At The Cash Dry Goods Red Ticket Closing Out Would advise you to do so at 60c Red Ticket price 50c Red Ticket price 32j4c 40c Red Ticket price 27c 35c Red Ticket price UNEN 8c quality Stevens all 18 in 9c quality Stevens all 18 7c lOc quality Stevens all 20 quality Stevens all 20 in 9 c 9c value Absorbent Linen 7j4c We have only a few piecti left and you would do well to fall while they last 98c while they last 79c whilethey last 59c CASH DRY GOODS 6c MaumM Vacation Shoes Mens 60c aad Mens black or and Boys 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 city at and Mens Working and We have on hand a large stock of Ladies Fine Shoes in small 3j4 and all high priced shoes we are cleaning them out at Also can give you good bargains in Misses and Childrens 5 North Main ALL AT ONE PRICE We have 50 styles of Picture Moulding in Bone Mammy varying in width from onehalf inch to three inches that we propose to make up in any size frame yon may no matter how for We have the largest stock of and Mouldings ever shown in Drop in and look them CUT PRICES ON ALL TAN SPECIAL LOT OF LOW SHOES AT COST LADIESBlack Pat ent Kid rejro lar cut LADIES Black Vici Kid regular cot price SPECIAL LOT of Womens Tan Misses and Childrens Strap Sandals at Less than Cost SALE Summer Footwear The Best Womans Strap Sandal f I flfl in the market for the priced Womans Vici Kid heavy Mens Outing Mens Tan medium Mens Fine Shoes in Lace or plain or cap Mens Guaranteed Patent Leather the latest lasts and patterns Womens and Tan and REPAIRING NEATLYAND PROMPTLY Hayes9 Gash Shoe ADRIAN AND   

From 1607 To The Present

Once upon a time newspapers were our main source of information. Now those old newspapers are a reliable source for hundreds of years of history and secrets of the past. Now you can search for people, places, and events without the hassle of sorting through mountains of papers!

Growing Every Second

Newspaper Archive is the world's largest online newspaper database featuring over 155+ million newspaper pages. Plus our database expands by one newspaper page per second for a total of around 2.5 million pages per month! The value of your membership grows along with it.

Genealogy Made Simple

Those looking to find out more about their forefathers can empower their genealogy search with Newspaper Archive. Within our massive database, users can search ancestors' names for news stories and obituaries. We must understand our past to understand our future!

Choose the Membership Plan that is right for you!

Unlimited 6 Month

$99.95 (45% Savings!)

Unlimited page views for 6 months Learn More

Unlimited Monthly

$29.95

Unlimited page views for 1 month Learn More

Introductory

$9.95

10 page views for 1 month Learn More

Subscribe or Cancel Anytime by calling 888-845-2887

24 hours a day Monday-Saturday

Take advantage of our Introductory Membership offer and become a member for 1 month only for $9.95!

Your full introductory membership payment will be credited toward the cost of full membership any time you choose to upgrade!

Your Membership Includes:
  • 10 page views for 1 month
  • Access to Over 155+ million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a Monthly Membership only for $29.95
Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 155+ million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a 6 Month Membership only for $99.95
Best Value! Save -45%
Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 155+ million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!

What our Customers Say:

"It is amazing how easy and exciting it is to access all of this information! I found hundreds of articles about my relatives from Germany! Well worth the subscription!" - Michael S.

"I love this site. It's interesting to read articles about different family members. I've found articles as well as an obituary about an uncle who passed away before I was born, and another about a great aunt. It's great for helping with genealogy." - Patricia T.

"A great research tool. Allows me to view events and gives me incredible insight into the stories of the past." - Charles S.

Search Billions of Newspaper Articles 155 Million+ Pages and More Added Weekly!

Uncover 400+ Years
of Newspaper Archives
(1607 to today!)

Browse by Date

Research Newspaper Articles from 19 Countries
& all 50 U.S. States

Browse by Location

Explore 6,200+ Current &
Historical Newspaper Titles
and Counting!

Browse by Publication