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MRS. M'KINLEY CONSCIOUS [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 8 June 1901
MRS. M'KINLEY CONSCIOUS UuporU SIIO lit In it Comatose Condition Art) KtiiptmtnaHj Oimieil. Washington, June 7.—There Is no truth in the report that Mrs. McKlnley Is un-consclous^.-find iu a comutoEo condition. Neither is it a fact that the physicians are keeping her under the lufiueuco chlolal and other sleep-producing drugs. Mis McKlnley Is very weak and there Is no eftort to diwguiso the fact that she is erltitacally ill. No one piesutnes to predict tlie outcome. i 1 I With the wonderful rallying power which she has shown It is bald she may take u renewed gtip on life and live da}S, weekß, months, or even jears. It is not Impossible that she may become a practically well woman, though none aro so sanguine at the present time as to predict an outcome. - In her present condition It is said sua may have 11 iclasp and dropp off at anytime. But at present Mis. McKlnle} is conscious and recognizes Mt. McKlnley and others who are permitted to see her. Dr Hlxey at 10 ;t0 tonight «s he le...
Iron, Steel and Tin Workers Elect. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 8 June 1901
Iron, Steel and Tin Workers Elect. Milwaukee, June, 7.—The Amalgated Association of Iron Steel and Tin workeia convention adjourned Bine die this evening after electing tho following officers; President, T. J. Shaffer, Pittsburg, Secretary, Treasurer John Williams, Pittsburg; Manager amalgamated Journal, Hon 1 Davis, Pittsburg; Tiustees, J. 11 Morgan, Cambridge, Ohio; Elias Jeiikinb, Youngstown, Ohio;" John L\ Taj lor, Pittsburg; National Organizer, John Pluice, Pittsburg. The next contention will be held at Wheeling. The most impoilant work the convention Is consldeied to be the udoplion of tho so called continuous scale plan. It Is reallj a continuation of the present method of the annual wage settlement with some amendments. Tho most Impoitaut of tho«e is the continuous operation at the mills while the scale is being considered in conference and an extension of time which the agreement must be nrrheil ot. No reference was made to com puleor&gt; urbltiatlon but a "Concilia...
Foresters to Meet in Kankakee. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 8 June 1901
Foresters to Meet in Kankakee. Chicago, Juno 7.—(Special.)—The Illinois state court of Catholic Foresters will hold Us annual convention In Kankakee iubtead of IJlooßii/ißton, as at fcrat decided. The Hie In Hloomington last summfcr bo crippled that town that a chunge for the convention was made necisasrj. The sessions of the Illinois statu court begin Tuehduy, Jxme 11. For tlie delegates from Chicago aud those who are to go through the city on their wuj to Kankakee a special uriangeinent for accommodation litift been made with the Ullnolfa Central, An excursion tialn will leuve the station at Pink row, near Michigan avenue, at 7:30 a. in , stopping at Grand Crossing and arriving lu Kunkukee at 9.30 o'clock. Tin oi* of the general oillcers of the state couit are residents or Chicugu—Thomas McEnerny. the chief ranger; Nicholas V. Fischer, the secretary, and James Burke, the tieubtirer. ' i I
Death of C. F. Columbia. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 8 June 1901
Death of C. F. Columbia. Champaign, June 7.—(Special )—C. K Columbia died at his home In this city last night, lie was about 80 years old and had been a resident of Champaign since IS-14. Soon after coming hero ho began limiting bis earnings in land and from one MMwri' tract laid out eight addition* to Champaign. He was a piogrossfve man. successful In business, helpful in church work and a good eltl/en. Ilia wife and six children sun he him The Masonic order will have charge of the funeral Sunday.
IMPROVEMENT IN TRADE [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 8 June 1901
IMPROVEMENT IN TRADE UCI.K Ol' WARM XAKATmiIt UIUNGS OX UKMAM) roil MJ.MMKI: GOODS. Mor« Fnwirahlu KupiirU from Crops Aru btHtmntgltig to lluhliiih»-]&gt;ilii uiml HriuUtrceU' ICtMuu. New* York, Juno 7.—Bradstrects: Dospite some iriegulurlt} due to special conditions, the general trade situation shows improvement, owing to butter weather and crop eondltlona in most sections of the country. In the east the ftist teal week of warm, btinny weather has been refiecttHMn tho improved letail demand for seasonable fabrics, and wearing apparel, this m tui'n liuhiciug more activity iu the Jobbing lines of dry goods, ehoes and other products. The same Is ttue of tho noithwest, whole needed rains quieted the apprehensions as to the v spting wheat outlook. The Pacific coast crop trade advices are alno bettor. RepotU of dry weather in tho northwest and of dainagu I» Missouri and Kansas, whcio the auppotting features to the succebsful advancing of wheat prices early in thu week, but the lo...
ADVICE FOR UNCLE SAM [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 8 June 1901
ADVICE FOR UNCLE SAM Chic ruiloruUim Ouls Point* on AinemliiitmU— Dittttr mi hi'iintitrs* KltMMton, Chicago, June 7.—Members of tho Notional Civic Kedernllon, who hmo undertaken to ascertain public sentiment on the uucsilonn at members ot the United States bcnuto by direct vote of the people and on single presidential tenn, with u &gt; lew to possible uiuemlmeut of the constitution In these respects. llml the tusk one of the most difllcult e\er uttemptul by tho refoim oiguiit7iiMoii. Alter three months' labor, an expeit to whom tho correspondence was tmbmfucd today reported to tho committee in charge of the woilt. The problems as piesented pro\ed «o complicated tliat it was decided to niiiko no iccommemJaiioJi, and the leport together with the result of the eanvat,s, will be turned over to the full advisory committee of the national body without suggestion. Whil« members of the sub-committee confess Inning been written out, of any tixod opinions they might ha\e hud when they...
Carnegie Signs the Deeds. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 8 June 1901
Carnegie Signs the Deeds. Lndon, June 7.—Andrew Carnegie signed Hie deed toduy transferring J10.000.000 In 5 per cent United States Steel corporation's bonds, to trustees for the benefit of the uulvorsltlco of Scotland, The amount becomes immediately available. The tiustees aro Earls uf Klglu and Hosebeny, l Lords llulfoui o' lluilelgh, Kelvun, Huuy and Kluueut, Sir lleur&gt; Campbell-Jiunnei-inuu, A. J. lialfour, Jumes Ilrjte, John Morluv, Sir Hobeit Pullur, Sir Heniy 12. Hostoe, Thomas Shaw, M. I'.; Ulchurd 13. Halduue, M. P., Uirds utmost of Killiiburgm, Glasgow, provont of DtiufeimlJue, and one trustee from each of tho Scottish universities. A constitution, as It is culled, is attached to the deed, directing ttiat half the income be devoted to Increasing the facilities for the study uf science, medicine, modern languages, history and Hnglfbh llterutuic. The other half Is to pa&gt; fees, asHlst students In other way a, regardless of sex and In the aid ot the prepu...
Detroit Journal is Sold [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 8 June 1901
Detroit Journal is Sold Detroit, Juqe 7.—The Detroit Journal! of which William Livingston has b»\en editor and proprietor since ISU2, bus been purchased b&gt; a company of local capitalists and the property was transferred to It yoaletda). The new owners aru as follows: President, E, D. Slnlr, a wellknown theatrical man; vice president, Henry Stephens; Becretary-truaHiuer, G U Palms; and J\ C. Andiuws, Di. J. H. Hook and A. L Stephens. They will tako charge of the plant after tomorrow's paper Hah been Issued, und will print their Una number Monday. j , &gt; Henry J\ Hetherington, present city editor of the Journal, and one of the bestknown newspaper men In the elty, will become managing editor. There will be no marked change in the paper's policy.
Lawson's Yacht is Barred. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 8 June 1901
Lawson's Yacht is Barred. New York .June 7. —Thomas W. Law*Bon's yacht, tbu Independence, will not bo allowed to- compete in the trlnl races preliminary to the races for America's cup unless she shall be chartered by some member of the New York yacht club, who will tiller her for such events as she may bn qualified to tako part in. After the meeting of the challenge committee today It h'ik decided to return Luwhou'h proposition to emitter the Independence to a number of New York Yacht club gentlemen who comprise the challenge committee. The corresiwidenep between the various; Interested panics wus given out tonight by Secretary Odliu.
CRUELTY IS CHARGED [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 8 June 1901
CRUELTY IS CHARGED Clilrngo I'iipor nij* llml lleport U 111 He Mnriu Agutiott ftofnrnmtarj oltltiiillH. Chicago. Juno 7.—(Special.)—Tho Chicago Noua publishes u statement Ihnt 10flocts forcibly upon the methods of discipline utid punishment Hint obtain nt Hio Illinois statu iclormntorj at Pontine. According to tho stors n botlj of tnvestlgutois linvo been nt work In sectot for noma tlmo nnd the disclosures mndo by them uro nllcgcd lo bo scnsntlunnl. The report h.ts been complete and under lock and hey for sumo time nnd the publluitlou of Its contents, which It In claimed will bo ninth) toon, will have litlos that match thosu of Ihe Cook county liua|iltal invostlgatotH. Tho storlos which ore publlslied by the News toll of cruel and unncrcßsnt) punIshmeutß and Injustice along many Hues shown toward tho pilsonern. That good behavior does not nvuil In make work lighter for the youth", nnd. Hint a bad stnto of management and Justice has profiled. Superintendent Toronto nnd Ills assistant...
CITY TO CONTROL ATHLETICS [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 8 June 1901
CITY TO CONTROL ATHLETICS Chicago lo Have it roimulKßlotl of Aldermuii llevotml to Spitrtri. Chlcngo, Jne 7,—Municipal supervision and cncouinKcmeni of uihletlcs bpoits is proposed In Chicago, "In order to cronio a sound inuinl tonu mid enhance tho goncial hinllh of Die coinilllilj.," Tho lounell cnminltteo on license today recommended uu oidlnnnce Imhcil on thu govoiumental theories of undent Sparta. Under the plan athlolJcs is to ho taken serlousl.v, like the iruuiun i|iiosllon,munlclpal ait, uud street cleaning. Sports ale lo have a uuumlsslon of aldeimon devoted lo their Inteiesls. I'il/o lighting will be tolerated, glher spoils will ho fostered and u lax lnld on prl/o lights for tho suporl or ulhlotlca In genorul.
Grant on Treatment of Aguinnido. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 8 June 1901
Grant on Treatment of Aguinnido. New York, Juno 7.—Gon. Frederick I&gt;. fJranl was gl\en n ici option tonight by U. S. Oruiil I'oHt, Ci. A. It. In n brier address Gen. Grant said: "Aguhmldo wiib not much of a capture In tho Philippines as ho seems to hu\u been here. oT tell the tiuth, he hud lost nboul all of bin lull tience. oW do not treat him us If wo considoied hi in of soma importance. Wo cannot kill him, uf course, but wo want to make h)in feel lliut ho, Hliituls on tho nnmo foot hit; as any other Filipino, If \\u should line him (10 and send hint to jail for thln&gt; days and net him to work bicaking*lock It would bo hotter lot him and for oursel\us. if\whon hu comes o\er heie wc ticat him with contempt hu will he trunted with (oniomyt hy the natlven when he goes home. Hut If &lt;&gt;\cr lb&gt;y get tlio idea we have a lilgli Idea of AguJualdo's impoitnnuo when he gela back ho will ha\u a following which will maUo us trouble." ( v t !<...
Coal Dealers in Session. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 8 June 1901
Coal Dealers in Session. Chicago, Juno 7.—One hundred members or the Retail Coal Uealeia' Association of Illinois and Wisconsin met nt tho Grand Pacific hotel today to attend tho two dujs' session of tho oigaiilznlloti. ThlsJaJ.hu sixth annual meeting and is said, to bo the largest cut held. One reason for tho attendance of ho many dealoni la the phiu to Join in the excursion party which will leave tomoriow on tho steamer Monltou for tho ran-Ainorlcun exposition at Buffalo. President It. C. llrowu, of Oslikoflli.Wia., called the moollng to order, mill the morning was Hiiuiii in hearing loports ot ofllcerH ami upiphiUiig LOumtHle&amp;i. Ju the Hftornoon lmiKTh were read by Eking ISlmoro on "Kecliiroc.il Relations Botween Wholesalers and Uolullurs." W. M. Snnfoid on "Associations and Their Benefits," and IS. l'\ Hunter on "Tbti Relation of Ketailetu Towuid One Another." .
Lawyer Falls Unconscious. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 8 June 1901
Lawyer Falls Unconscious. Chicago, June 7.—John J. McDonald, chlor counsel for Dr. August M. Uiigor.. the principal dofoudauL lu the Dofenlurh insurance swindle case, while addrcßsliig the Jury ttxl.il In Judge Tulo'h court, without n woid of wurnlUK, suddenly fell forward on the bar and lapsed Into n statu of unconsciousness. It was feurod lor a tlmo that the attack might prove fatal to the woll-known lawyer, Torinor judge and congressman of Ml. Sterling, but I)i. Unger, the prisoner, after an hour's work, llnally miecedcil In roviviiig McUnnolil. The stroke that laid the counsellor low followed a passionate diclaiatlon charging Francis Wayland Drown and Prank 11. Smiley with being equally guilty .Willi Ills client, Dr. Unger, If the latter was not absoved from all blame.
Indians to Invest Chicago. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 8 June 1901
Indians to Invest Chicago. St. Joseph. Juno 7.—The tribe or Potlowatomle lndlniiß living In Van Duron county hold n secret pow-wow at Ilurtfoul today to listen to the repoil of the acoum sent to Chicago. Ily a unanimous vote the tribe decided to sail tor Chicago June 2J under thu leadership of Chief lsnae Qlllgno, the youngest and most daring fullblooded Indian of the tribe. Chief Charles rokogon, the son of the late Simon l'oltagon, was deposed, together with the council or seven advisors, because of their hike warm attitude, and a now council wuß elected. Thu Potlowntomle'H propose to Invest the lake front of Chicago, then proceed to prove their ilnlnui to Ihu bind which they believe to be sustained. It the Chicago claim is established they will squat on all the luke Iront from the Indiana line to Grand Haven, which they say is their land by virtue of the fame treaty upon which they bafe the Chicago claim.
Steel Co. Losts Suit. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 8 June 1901
Steel Co. Losts Suit. Milwaukee, Juno 7.—Tho claims of the Illinois Steel company to tho ownership of thlrty-threu inn a of land on Jones imam], estimated lo ho worth a million dojlais, was virtually denied lotluy by n Jury In the taao of that corporation iikrliihi Alexander lluilrlsj, which decided the dufendant him the paramount right of possession because of continuous poesetfHlon of the property for more than tho statutuiy period of Unity yeais.
Aid for Machinists. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 8 June 1901
Aid for Machinists. Chicago, June ".—The machinists of Chicago aru to rei'oUc niislstanto In thoh strike from tho local branch of the Amalgamated socit ty at engineers, which is composed of men In all tho metal trades. The reprfnenlatlws of tho two organizations had a conference tonight, the plans being otitllnid for conceited action.