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   Adrian Daily Telegram (Newspaper) - July 17, 1901, Adrian, Michigan                                PRINTING Tbat is and brings in not the re sult of To produce a Job requires experience and good We have at your It will pay you to see us before placing your THE TELEGRArt 1 ADRIAN DAILY A PROGRESSIVE PAPER FOR THE LATEST LOCAL AND GENERAL t JULY PRICE Two A Name Twice Made Now a Shining Mark for The name twice made b chining mark for the unscrupulous to upon and appropriate in ordef to MM upon the public their worthless pre These birds of by ajar Sat name expect the public to be d into believing they are the raedi i of who Sm be noted as the author of the world i recipe book and family ian and whose fame is now doubly Cenued by the wonderful success of bis Nme witb Brain and Blood They riay upon the name hwt dare not use the initials They but dare not counterfeit tht and signature of which identifies the Nerve Pills now reeof infallible for building op nerve exhausted Kills Closed Down at All Points S and Men are Oat SOME BIG SURPRISES CREATED Manufacturers Will Not Say a Word About the Strike and Refuse to Be Quoted in Any Way About the Situation or Who are aemtired and Who are easily Who are Who have nervous They remove the cause of blood Import wearing refreshing sleep and impart They build up people wto find their and vigor They fettle irritated replace las Kand lassitude with energy and inlaa Care Nerroom The above it the right Mod nrepared By the Chase Medicine ceatt per All an 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 8486 East Be IPhone Citizens Phone Always just a little under the market in selling For this week STRAWBERRIES EARLY CABBAGES RADISHES and other early garden Our stock is always coirplete in Fresh and Salted Goods delivered WILSONS Opposite Vedder House Isnt It Dont feel much like baking bread this kind Were nsed to by the onr Salt Rising Bread is just a little the best you ever Try us on Monument 99 For the Summer TOILET rtennens Borated Talcum Viola Talcurn Almond Viola Cream Positively removes Sunburn and A Line of Perfumes and Toilet Full Line of Bath Shampooing and Scalp Pre JOHNSON ANDREWS Four Corners Drug Citizens Phone The Time And Expense Saved by using Vapor Gasoline Stoves Leaves you enough margin for other Idtclien utensil See them at our SUB The Glacier Line of Refrigerators are buill look better and cost less Ulan any other on the Taylor Dealers in Shelf and Heavy Neitdoorto f MATTERS IN MICHIGAN HEREIN Three Hobos Make Three Depu ties Eat Crow July second strike day closed with the jSnalgam ited officials in a satisfied mood and claiming to have made good every promise as to On the other the manufacturers will not say a word concerning the strike and re fose to be quoted in any Repeat ed efforts to secure statements from President Corey of the American Sheet Steel and General Manager Jenks of the have teen met with tne response that there was no change and nothing to be given The Amalgamated people say noth ing has been said to them of any plan tor mediation or and they will continue to carry out their pro gram as originally The closing down of the Clark mill ana of the Monessen sheet mill are ooked upon as telling and al most complete the tieup of the three companies in this But one tin that at and one sheet mill at Duncanville remain at The fact that the National Tube men nonunion men received a sub stantial advance in wages has caused discontent among the union men em ployed by the National Tube at their Second avenue plant and Repub lic south The men here think they are entitled to a similar in To consider the meet ings were held last night on the south side and it is said a demand will be made The following telegram has been re ceived July Wellsville rolling mill will be and it will be run It will start If it could not be run non union it never would be run at This statement was made by Presi dent Smith of district manager for the American Sheet Steel He was here and made an ad dress to the striking mill He told them they had no they had been well cared for in the past and would be in the No new men have been Drought and how Manager Smith expects to start is a matter for Only a few la borers were working Wellsville is upon by Bides as an important and devel opments are anxiously waited by The position of the Tin Workers Protective association In the strike was settled yesterday by the following telegram to the Leader July associ ation is bound by an agreement the company to work providing they live up to their If the com pany introduce black plate worked by nonunion men our men will be called The Amalgamated peeple will have our full support if GEORGE DID ANYBODY SEE THEM SINCE We Should Follow This July Jr who for four years was manager of the McCormick Harvester died at his home here aged 75 He attracted considerable at tention years ago by putting as the limit of his announcing that when he found it exceeding that amount he would expend it in philan It is said he kept his although he had a large Spring discontinued active work in Forty Colored July colored ministers from Ten Michigan and Minnesota gathered at Quinn Wabash avenue and Twenty fourth yesterday to attend the opening session of the literary and historical congress of the fourth Epis copal district of the African Methodisi Episcopal Bishop Abraham Grant presided and delivered his an nual Dont Like July Na tional Glass Bottle Blowers conven tion adopted a long resolution con demning arbitrary usurpation of pow er by the courts in unwarranted abuse of extraordinary writ of injunc tion in disputes between employers and which only results in the degradation of all that is best in American The resolution calls up6n all members to support an antiinjunction bill in Made a Useless New July Society for the Prevention of Crime raided two alleged pool rooms uptown and se cured 13 prisoners and a truck full of One of the places raid ed is said to have catered to a select set of people exclusively and to have been safe from interference for Jt was luxuriously fitted A fight was made to keep the raiders but the resistance was soon Returned to July striking hod carriers and mortar mixers returned to work this morning at the same wages paid before they struck for an The state board of arbitra tion after hearing both sides to the controversy decided that the contrac tors could not afford to pay higher Soldiers Arrive San July trans Indiana has arrived 26 days from She brought 110 passen gers and soldiers of the Forty second regiment and the Third artil One death occurred during the It follows the The soldiers coming here ask us to order Rocky Mountain speaking highly of this By ten Mizellanx Johnson By a Number of WellExecuted Man euvers The Hoboes Managed to Get the Deputies Guns and Then They Went on Their Ann July Sheriffs Fred Bert Gillen and George Fischer ran up against the real hing in the line of desperate men late resterday Monday night a Pere Marquette car was broken into at and among other things patent leather shoes were The hoboes were overtaken near Hangsterfers Bert Gillen and Fischer approached them while red Gillen went around the building a head them off in case they ischer did not have a The other two officers were provided with weapons of this but had no idea they would be called into Where do you fellows come from demanded Bert None of your said one of the at the same time whirling around and leveling a revol ver at And dont you fellows oull your he in a letermined Then by a number of wellexecuted maneuvers the tramps secured the two revolvers carried by the deputies after a wrestling match between one of them and Bert When last seen they were going westward with about everything the deputies Sheriff Gillen offers a reWaWroi each for their Reduced Rates Queen Special reduced rates to Quocn Crescent Great oppor tunity to visit the Pacific coast Quick schedule and excellent train Ask Queen Crescent tickei agents or address G for BOYNTON Office of Supreme Adviser Abolished by the Port July deed is Major Boynton is no more father of the Maccabees from an official but his efforts alone the active line of work are now Yesterday witnessed the clos ing scene in the remarkable fight which was waged two years ago and continued until The report of the finance which was presented in the abolishing the office or supreme was unanimously adopted and Major Boya ton sat in the hall while he was legis lated out of The statement that he is a life memler 01 the board of trustees is Major Boynton was elected to the board and this year has several candilates opposing him and the same votes which turned down his office will also be directed against him as a candidate for trustee in case he decides to TOOK THE Eleata Won the Stake at Grosse July a handsome black mare from New owned by Frank Jones of the Maplewood in the old Granite took the big of the purse of the race at the blue ribbon meet at the Grosse Pointe driving park She was a favorite from the She was first in the betting before over a wheel turned for the She caught the favor of the big crowd o people who do not bet by her high hred man ners before she had made more than one speedy trial turn past the grand She won in straight Best BADLY Two Serious Accidents From the Deadly Grand July Martin DeWitt and wife were hunting bedbugs with gasoline last night and lighted a An explosion resulted aid after trying to extinguish the flre the husband took his wife in his arms and tried to carry her down He stumbled and both fell to the The woman was probably fatally He may The couple have eight July Kemp was badly burned yesterday af ternoon while operating a gasoline She will Work of a July aged is charged with com mittiug a criminal assault on Tillie aged the daughter of Royal at Black Cheboygan After a long chase he was cap tured near this place by Constable Ed Hodges had been a laborer on the Taylor farm for several The whole community Is and it is feared he will suffer violence when taken to where the Taylors are well known and highly re Detroit Made July executive board of the longshoremen decided to consolidate the Chicago and Detroit offices and maite the latter headquar Special organizers will be sent to New Philadelphia and Balti more to bring the dock workers of those cities under the jurisdiction of the International Longshoremens as Girl July Man chester of Flint who was ar rested several weeks ago on the charge of criminally assaulting his 9 yearold was discharged in Justice Halscys court The girl claimed on the stand that the story she told of the alleged assault was un MICHIGAN Avoid the Heat and When you go east by traveling via the coast The new steel passenger steamers leave Ig Cheboygan and Al pena four times per week for New and all points south and southeast Schnecberger is dead in Saginaw from the excessive A runaway at Coleman caused the death of John a prosperous and seriously injured his Isaac Bonds of Bear aged was drowned in Dickinsons lake while The body was Jane a young was killed by a stroke of lightning while working in a field near The Kirby Carpenter brick mill at Menominee has shut down for a throwing 100 men out of The proposition co appropriate 000 for a new jail at Paw Paw carried by a majority of Eight new brick stores have been built at Perry this season and a 000 schoolhouse is under James Dunn had two fingers ampu tated the result of an accident while working in the machine room of the Hamilton Rifle at Robert the 10yearold son of the great lady commander of the T M of tried to ride a cow and made a failure of Arm Miss Phoebe a wellknown woman of literary and Cockrill of this city were arrested here on a charge of grand larceny at the in stance of Cassopolis Steam cars have commenced run ning between Oxford and and will continue until the road is com pleted for electric There are four trains daily each While John Reburch and wife of Lynn were drivinr to the horse became frightened at a calf on the road and Reburch were thrown the woman sustaining a broken The buggy was TWO NERVY BOYS Make a Flying Trip on Top of an Ex press July boys were pickedup by the police yes terday morning in the Michigan Cen tral and the story they tell is Btraight they took one of the most exciting rides in the history of the clinging to the roof of a Pullman sleeper the 143 miles between Chicago and The boys say they are inmates of the Newsboys home in and give their names as Hel muth Stringer of aged and Herman aged whose mother lives in New Smoke swept bacK from the locomo tive over the car and cinders from the stack burned their A low bridge signal gave one of the boys a thump on the but he was other wise uninjured and through sheer weariness fell They were routed out by trainmen in the Kala mazoo yards at none the worse for their Raspberry Crop St July raspberry crop is ruined in Berrien county oy the continued dry rep resenting a loss to the farmers of The loss is keenly felt in all branches of and if the pres ent heat and drouth it is agreed that the mammoth crop of blackberries will be ruined by drying on the It is the first time in the history of tne fruit belt that the berry crops have been ruined by dry An effort is being made to have all churches and ministers in this city and vicinity to join in prayer for rain next Sunday to save what re mains of the crop of fruit Oppressive Grand July thus 2yearold son of John GofcfbecJh died from the effects of ex cessive heat last The boy had been playing in the The tempera ture reached 95 July day wds the hottest day of the At 2 oclock in the afternoon the mer cury touched the 92 Several horses July hot weather records for this summer were broken when at 1 oclock thermometers all over the city reached Frightfully July Schwartz climbed a ladder in the Sol vay Process works at Delray and turned the valve on a steam pipe on which he was He thought that the pipe was empty when in real ity it was full of scalding hot The water poured over his back and and he was frightfully Gary ordered him sent to Harper where it was report ed that he would Made a Good July her the aouse of David a wealthy widow of was entered Dy tramps a few days ago and notes mortgages amounting to were besides a consider able amount of Yesterday the notes and mortgages were found in a hollow stump on the Fred Cast farm and returned to the The notes were The tramps did not leave the No trace of the rob bers has been Had a Big July special train of 19 coaches brought the Albion business men to Baw Beese lake for their annual They were joined at the lake by the Hillsdale business all business places in the city be ing closed for the afternoon and even to permit all to participate in the A program of and dancing filled the afternoon and Despondency the July a resident of this shot herself with a 32caliber The bullet entered and passed clear through the the course heftg about two inches beiow the Staley is still living but the chances are against her Despondency was the The hot weather test makes people better acquainted with their resources of strength and Many find they need Hoods Sarsaparilla which invigorates the promotes refreshing sleep and overcomes that tired Printers ink not only makes people but brings trade when it IB nsed in this paper Fhere Dont Seem to be Any Let Up Anywhere ARE STILL DRYING UP deports of Blighted Continue to Come In and Prostrations Are Nu Though Deaths Are Report ed Only From One July was a the temperature hovering about the 97 mark during the after The extreme humidity makes the heat Ten prostrations were July tne close of another sultry day Tuesday the rain came down steadily and ap parently over a wide scope of The drouth is broken and there is gen eral The ram is too late to save any late but means much tor cane and July thermometer reached 101 degrees yes terday A large number of prostrations were Two of them were Kansas July of the drouth of the which is causing farmers to rush their stock to market to save the record receipts here were again broken when bead of hogs were received at the local New July former United States is dead from July a result of the continued dry vegetables are attaining record Com plaints from all parts of the west claiming a big shortage in vegetables have been and many points which usually ship products to Chica go are now in this market buying for the home July rain has fallen during the past 24 hours in various parts of the drouth is not yet broken and little benefit has been experienced by the Tuesday a moderately cool Two places in the state report a tem perature of but the average has been about Reports of blighted crops continue to come A hopeful tone pervaded most of the and the determination is generally expressed to make the best of July fall of two degrees in temperature in the ab sence of rain broight little relief to heat sufferers and put another nail in coffin of the corn A part of it is now The maximum tem perature yesterday was George a prominent young died of Some rain is reported in parts the ONE GOOD INDIAN Shot by a Buck and His Squaw Chopped Him July a Ponca aged and his aged pleaded guilty in the federal court to manslaughter committed on the reservation more than a year and were released with suspended sen Perry also an had unintentionally slain their son and following tribal he hand ed his rifle over to old Bird who shot Then the squaw cut him up with an They had fulfilled the In dian but collided with the white This disposition of the case was making the punishment fit the in the view of the Stationary Firemen July strike order of President Mullahay of the Stationary Firemens association of Pennsylvania was promptly obeyed yesterday when 900 members of the organization in this section of the state refused to go to Most of the strikers are employed at the coal and their failure to report for duty caused nearly all the collier ies in the northern anthracite region to suspend throwing out of it is men and Some of the individual opera tors conceded the demands of their employes on condition that the short hour day was not to hold if the men employed by the big companies did not get the same Stabbed in the July Max the antisemite mayor of Al was going to the Casino last night he was stabbed in the His assailant was Rioting fol lowed and 30 persons were taken into among them Louis In Bad July German ship Arthur from March for Queens was spoken on June 27 in lat rude 12 longitude 28 with her foretop mizzen and main loyal masts Registration for El July tions for homesteads in the opened Kiowa and Comanche country con tinue here and at Lawton without a the government clerks being able to accommodate all The highwater mark here was reached here when applica tions were The expression of grateful women who have experienced wonderful bles sings using Rocky Montain com pensates n9 for onr effort in their be Johnson Our Six Year Old Oar little six year daughter had a very sore badly and coughed almost Gave the White Wine of Tar Syrup according to directions and she began to improve immediately and soon got Groves and I have recommended Jit to and we couaider it the very best medicine in pastor Clarks Wyatt Job printing promptly executed at orooer oricea at this Allens A powder to be shaken into the Your feet feel nervous and and get tired If you have smartingfeet or tight try Allen s It cools the and makes walking Cures sweating ingrowing blisters and callous Relieves corns and bunions of all pain and gives rest and com Try it Sold by all druggists and stores for Trial package Ad 1 Allen Eczema How it reddens the dries and scales Some people call it milk crust or salt The suffering from it is sometimes in tense local applications are resorted they but cannot It proceeds from humors inherited or ao quired anil persists until these nave been Hoods Sarsaparilla positively removes has radically and permanently cured the worst and is without an equal for all cutaneous HOODS are the belt f rico STARTLING STATEMENTS Regarding the Prevalence of Bribery In American Council July dent McCarthy made startling statements regarding the prevalence of bribery in American courts of us tlce in his address to the Iowa State Bar association at its annual meeting In this Is it McCarthy that perjury is committed in judicial proceedings I need take no time the discussion of this inquiry before a representative bar It will not do to credit all false state ments to lack of visionary inability to see and un derstand things which are imaginary delusions and such Where is there a lawyer who has not seen the guilty criminal pass ont of the room acquitted and set free be cause of perjured What one of us but has seen the rights of persons and of property sacrificed and trampled under foot presumably under due form of but really and truly by the use of false and some times purchased testimony These are the things that beget dis trust and disrespect for courts and for verdicts and for our boasted forms of These are the things that pro duce lynching and invite a just contempt as well as a lack of con fidence in those tribunals called courts of One judge of long experience upon the bench writes me in his opin about onehalf of all the evidence received on behalf of the defense in criminal cases is Another judge of equally high re pute writes that he believes 75 per cent of the evidence offered in divorce cases approaches deliberate FirstClass Material July maintain the political balance of the American representation on The Hague peace the president regards It as essential to appoint a republican to fill the vacancy created by the death of exPresident Dif ficulty is being experienced in finding a suitable person of national reputa The supreme court will not be further drawn The United States senate is barred as a field of selection and the indications are that the choice will fall on some distin guished member of the state lirusnea to July Che 75 years was crushed to death by the wheels of a fire engine as he was crossing the Che nidlin was a man of much learning and for 20 years acted as tutor for the sons of James the railroad 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 Do You Want the Best of FLOUR FEED HAY OR STRAW If so call up the CASH FEED STORE FISH Bell Phone Prompt HUNGRY HALF STARVfcD PERHAPS FOLLOW THE CROWD TO ROLLINS and get one of those SUBSTANTIAL MEALS that you hear so much Prime Fork prepared in a dozen appetizing Side dishes include everything the market Good Reasonable Prices LUNCHES AT HOURS OF THE DAY OR NIGHT ROLLINS 19 Mauuice If 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 prke 50c Red Ticket price 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 12 c quality Stevens all 20 in 9c value Absorbent Linen jc We have only a few pieces left and you would do well to fall while they last 98c while they last 79c while they last 59c CASH DRY GOODS 9 Wwsit 6c c Vacation Shoes Mens 60c and 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 citj at and Mens Working and We have on hand a large stock of Ladies Fine Shoes in small 3J6 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 Mummy 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 Frames and Mouldings ever shown in Drop in and look them SALE Summer Footwear The Best Womans Strap Sandal I flfl in the market for the 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 Hayes Cash Shoe ADRIAN AND CUT PRICES ON ALL TAN SPECIAL LOT OF LOW SHOES AT COST LA DIESBlack Pat em Kid tegu lUr LADIES Black Vici Kid regular cut price SPECIAL LOT of Womens Tan Misses and Childrens Strap Sandals at Less than Cost   

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