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RICE ALONE SURVIVES [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 8 June 1901
RICE ALONE SURVIVES uusrcitAuo, a Kon.Miut cnAJir.UQN BOV, TO .SEItVK ttl YEARS, • Two of tho Hunk Kotiburs Now Dead, Rat' Unlco lliiUng Committed buleldo by •huiipiug Thirty Feet* Toronto, Juno 7.—Of tho throo men, Trod Leo Klcu, Thomas Jones nnd Frank UutIfdgo, oUradltod from Chlcngo to stand trial Tor the robbery of a bank in Aurorn, Omnrflo, Klco Ib, tho only living survivor of tho tilo to scr\o out tho twonty-ono )oars' Imprisonment lo which ho wns aentoncod this morning. Two trngcdlca-put Jones and Jtutledge bejond tho reach of the law.. Jones died from n bullet wouud lecolvod In a desperulu attempt to cirenpo fium tho otlticrs who wor transferring tho prlsonora fiom tho court hotiao to the Jail last Tuesday. Itutlcdiso committed sulfide toduy by Jumping from the gallery of the Jail to tho Mono court thirty feet below. - ~ Tuesday night while the thieo prisoners wore being couvo&gt;cd from tho court houso to tho Jnll an accomplice throw a revol\er thiougli the cab wind...
JEALOUSY LEADS TO CRIME [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 8 June 1901
JEALOUSY LEADS TO CRIME SumllKli I'iirm llnml MmoU Two Wommi r mill KhiiipiH Kttpu hj SitUlilu. Uehideie, 111., Juni" 7.—lnianely Joaloua beeauHe sue acorned his offer of man luge, and made desperate by the Imnglnuiy grluNnncu iigahisl Urn members wf her family, Xela Nelson, a Swedish faun hand, HboL and Instantly killed Mm. John Uidlg today, lie then tinned tho weapon on Iter sfsloi. Mis. I'otor Whig ami hout a bullet at litr head, and latei when cornered h&gt; a utowd of fninieis nuxloitH to lynch him, ended his own life. The tragedy occurred near Iho vllhigo of 'Klugstou. Hra. l*udlg, Mis. Wins ami two children of tho latter weio driving to tho \lllnge when they mot Nelacm on tho road.' 1 - Ho nuked for u ride and wan allowed on tho icar of tho bue,i;y. 'They had not*' dilvuii far when Nol»on pressed] 11 trcvol\er against Mm. Ludlg'ti head and killed her iiHlautly. The next, tended to end Mm, "Wlttg*H*llta; nut-caused onl&gt; a Blight hculp wound. The .horses?! ga...
TELEGRAPHIC FLASHES [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 8 June 1901
TELEGRAPHIC FLASHES —iViidron* CnriH'glfl l« to become actlvo supporter of philanthropic work 'begun ■ by Peter Coopur. t ' ,■,*. * ; —Jnmca Callahtin, a former.Bunpcct In 1 the Cinhthy kidnaping cuito. Is iimleigolng n ])rellminury trial at- Omuhn on a. churgc ot perjury. » " ' —Thlily linemen of the Centrnl Union Tetephonu company. Tetre Haute, lwl., Htruck to enforce a dulunnd for $2 lit) ror a nino-liour ilny. —Cabinet olllrlala and othcrß close to Piealdent MeKlnley ncout the iirodlctlou of Senator Uepew that tho exeuuttvo will attempt to ticcuic a third term. —Miss Ollle Tyson of Ilopklusvlllo, K&gt;.,' has received notice that alio iu one of I'lglitooii holra lu a ?IO.O0(),ODO eutulo left by John Tyson In Ailßtrallu. —Trainer Conlhuar of the Unlvorsity of Chicago ha» been engaged to take Dr. Shell's place at the University of 111 Inula. lie will begin work in September.
NATIONAL LEAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 8 June 1901
NATIONAL LEAGUE. At Chicago— R II 13 Chicago, 0 10 1Philadelphia 1 8 G Batteries—Mijjiufee and King; Dugglesby' and Douglas. 1 At Pittsburg— H II 13 Pittsburg ' C U Brooklyn 4 7' 3 Battel leu—Tanuehlll, Cheabro and dimmer; Donovan and Farrell. Eleven Innings. At Cincinnati— R H n Cincinnati S 10-0 New Ynik 3 1 1 uy and llovvcimau. * t ' UnUerJpii—Newton and Bergen: Doh*&gt;At St. Loulh It'll U st. loiuh s a:i\ %t iioston f. y H A Bat let lea—Powell and i»yan: Slchola and Kltlredgc.
AMERICAN LEAGUE [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 8 June 1901
AMERICAN LEAGUE At Philadelphia— Postponed; rain. At Washington— II If 13 Washington 1 7.3 Chicago IB 17* 6 Batteries— Harrlck and Clark; Uritlltli mid Sullivan, i At Baltimore— K H D Baltimore 10 JO.' 5 CleVelftlld .' 0 11; 1 tiHtterli'a—McQlnnlty and Brosunhun;' Moore unci Wood. At Boston— ItH E, Boston ' .. 4 B', &lt;;' Mllwaukeu 2 C :i . Battel les—Young nnd Shiock, Rcldy and Connor.
Got Out of County Jail. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 8 June 1901
Got Out of County Jail. —Three boja confined hi the county jail escaped from thut pluce last night. Thoy were Albert Truinlt*y,i David Joseph and Obcar Urubaugh. Tho llrat two were In on a charge of petit larceny, the last on a charge of laiceny us bailee. All wore eoiilhiud In tho bo&gt;s' prison, onUho first ilour at tho west aide. Thoy pried n bar off of one of tho windows and crawled out. They went aliased soon nfturwurdß, and Sheriff Johnson set out In pursuit of the fugitives. They wenj seen at 2 o'clock this (.Saturday) morning and will probably h** rounded up today. The bai which tuu bo) 8 prlod off had been broken on another oJ'c.mlon ami was repaired. Thin made It e.islor for them to pry open. They aro local bo&gt;s and can be easily Identified.
BRIEF MENTION. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 8 June 1901
BRIEF MENTION. —Mi. 11. 11. Green luiis gouc to Waukesha tor a brier stay. -—Ncivrnprlcottr nnd"licnches wore'in the market \estordny. —Mr. Arthur Mobcrly of l'ltlsbuig, Kas, it. \Ultlng relatives here. —Tho sonloi cliiSb ot the high -school enjoyed a picnic at Houghton's lake lost night. ' »- —The brick work oiifllie walls of tho B. S. Oreeu-company building was begun yesterday. ___ • —Miss Mac Wicklrer has gone to Mlnonk to'visit with her grandmother, Mrs. U. McDonald.,,-}' —Mr. \iJiP Victor.- of Kan it k, *old a car load of 1156 pound cattle in on.ic.ißo , May 0 at ?,-&gt;.70. —Mr. *Mnyer Livingston Is erecting" a (handsome residence on Wnnhlngton street Just east of, Uvans,, &gt;'- • \ , —Mist, llenrlolltt Reeves of East Locust streqVis back, home again nfter a seal's courts at the nrt academy of Cincinnati—illss lioner has been chosen as teuitW In the Sheridan school lo succeed Miss Grace Sltherwood, who hap resigned. pifrhe^niemberß'off'tho Ladles'- Whist cl\ib...
NORMAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 8 June 1901
NORMAL NEWS. f —Books, stationery anil school supplies •t the .lowest prices. nt McKnlght's book ■tore. . *' Gertrude Mills loft yesterday for -Salem,"lll.,-whoro she will spend a part of the summer visiting her sister. i —Mr. Rudin this week purchased nn Initerst "in" tho'" barber shop""of' Mr. 'Chris.' /Hoffman.- • Tho, ilrm &gt; is, now riloffman &amp; &gt; Rudln.t • ■*' t ■&gt; -. &lt;• &gt; ■-, _ 'J —Mr. George Wilson, of North School street, returned 'home last evening from Dlxou,, 111., where be has been attending ■ehodl. . , V ~ I ,' . —Mrs. Sutherland and duughtor, Alice, of South Brondway,' left yesterday* for country .homo near Morna for the summer months. ■i —Tho alumni of the Normal high school held their annual banquet In the school building on Thursday e\cnlng. Supper 'was served'and an lnioresltng piogrammo 'given. . , i "—Mr/G. G. Johnson took hU Sunday school class at the M. E. chuich on a excursion to Kappa on Thursd...
ANNUAL BALL GAME [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 8 June 1901
ANNUAL BALL GAME ' —The business men of Normal are anticipating a big time on next Thurtdaj, .which Ik the das set for the annual ball 7game'between the east nnd west side men. j'fbe'followlng lb the probable liet if the »pl)tyers: - J J3ast Side—Giegory, catcher; George LWagner,. pitcher; C. Hofinan, first base; W, Gaft, second base; William Moon, third base; Rudlu, short stop, Trimmer, left Afield, Barnard, center Held; Bert McCann, -right Hold. ;&lt; West Sldo— S. C. McCormiek, catcher; •I. A. Hinton.'pltchor;' &gt;T. K. McCormiek. first bi.be; Georgo Grieu, becond ba h e; 11. third base; P. Scbenfoldt, short .stop; W. McKnlght, left field; W. l'cclcr, center field; Georgo Beatley, right field.
METHODIST. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 8 June 1901
METHODIST. —SueilMi M K. Chinch—Senlc • nt 10*50 a. i„ro. ajid 7:30 j). m b.% the pu&gt;ior, John Sunday Bebool at O.JO a. in. Lpwoith League nt ,03&gt; p. in , :%, f &gt; i; 'fhiiirh; No. *o*i West Wnsh" ink ton htrect— F, Biinknu'.U't," pifitor. Sunday sdtool ut fl.Jfi a, m. I'nin in m; nt 10.30 a.- m. and 780 p. in F.puorlh I at 7fL hi. / —Cruel: M, i:.. Clmn li—H K. .Sliipp,- piutar. Ptindn&gt; stliool'nt 0:15 u. in Prc-nolilng at lQ:yi) r it in. and 730 ii. at. ciui* mctilni; ut 12 m. l.pwortl meeting ut G*3o p. in.. '* —Lticn tia Chapel— \. S. Chapituu, pastnr. Clav, im ♦•ting at 10 a, m. Preaching at 11 u* in. and ~;bt) p. m. Suihljv Hchool at i:3O p. m. Arthur .Schlootfet, hupcrluleiideut. , Epuorth league at OJOp. m. v '~ ,* f , r w-i f* —■A. M. i:. Cliuith—lf ' Lackey,' pastor, 'Scrvuit null »i. m.-uud 7.15 p m,' Rumht) school at 43J p. tn. ' s , V , —Fiat ,U. K.*&lt; Chtuvii -G. A. Scott, pastor, k un«l i&gt; Mhuol nt «:H0 a...
CHRISTIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 8 June 1901
CHRISTIAN. -Christian .Chur^Jt— T. I!. Cilllland, paitor... Svivietri at 10:30 n. nt. and 7.30 p m buuduy scliool ut uu, in. Y, P. .s C, I;, ut oto p. m. jjj —Snetlifh CJiriitfnn iliuton Churtli-.V. * G, Tignnl, pastor. hunJjj school at 0.30 u. m. Picjchlnn ut 10-30 a, in Yuuiir Pwmli'b Luiou nievting at OH6 p, »i. min b}f ijf ul 7*15 ]u in, 1 Clitlsil.tii Miiwlon, West 1 MoultOn btrect—SOndu&gt; kcliool ut 2.30 p m.
PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 8 June 1901
PRESBYTERIAN. —First Presbyterian Church—ltev. N. 11. "G. Fife, pastor. Scnitcs. at 10:.t0 a. in ami 73U p. m. Morning sermon apetiuJly jiddn-Jsed to llie Sabbath school. sermon bj Hev. .1. W. Duismore, I) I&gt;, of Suit .lose, CjL S ,lLl d mukic. Sunduy tchool ut 0.30 u. in, V. P. b U. L. ut (i'Bo 1» m. ' ' t —Second Prtsbyterinn Church—Henry K. Den* linger, pustui, Muruing senitc at 10:45 o'clock. Sermon b&gt; ltt\. J. W. Jliitttnioic, 1). I)., of Km Jose, Cul. Sunduv school at t»:30 « in. Vctperi nt 1:30 p. in. People's Union at 5:.H) p. in. * j