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' V . (&) VJ »* L- * V- ttWW £ S 1 X ..,. A MEErWiTlTCHICAGO . [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 19 March 1903

V . (&) VJ »* L- * V- ttWW £ S 1 X ..,. A MEErWiTlTCHICAGO . ! ¦ . J l 5 , [ I , , , i 1 , , • , Stagg Announces Team He Will Bring Here . Wizard Is Not Optimistic as Ho Loses tbe Services of Snvoral nf His Best Athletes . Illinois and Chicago trackmen meet Saturday night in a dual contest at the Illinois gymnasium . Since the showing made by Conibear s men against Michigan when the local team held the crack Wolverines well , there is considerable hope of victory . Bleachers will be arranged in the gymnasium for the spectators . Conibears athletes are working hard and Stagg does not appear confident of victory . Captain Jerome Magec , Clyde A . Blair , Itobert Maxwell , and one or two other Chicago men will not take part . Director Stagg is not confident of winning , but declares his men would give Coach Conibears men a hard fight . The entries follow : One-mile run—Matthews , Noher , Hall , Canill , Moore . -10-yard hurdles—Priend , Catlin , Kelley , Xondorf , Senn , Fe...

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WORK ON THE INTERURBAN . [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 19 March 1903

WORK ON THE INTERURBAN . Getting Ready for Business at the Danville End . Danville , III ., • March 17 . —The first work on the interurban from Danville to St . Joe has commenced . A gang of twenty-five men is now clearing timber adjacent to the Middlefork . and about forty teams are on their way to commence work on Monday . The building ofthe road will bo a big job and 300 men will be employed . There will also be a large number of teams and wagons . The heaviest work will be removing the dirt , for 72 , 000 ! i - > i yards of dirt , will be removed every • l , ( i ( ii ) foot . With this dune the track will be laid and seventy-pound rail will be used . Material will be deliv ered within the next thirty or at the outside sixty days . Tho entire line will be span wire construction , which means double polos , or rather poles on both sides of the line . The power for running the cars will be furnished from Champaign and Danville plants -U Fihian a rotary converter station ...

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:: 1 M'KINLEY GETS A FRANCHISE ! i [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 19 March 1903

:: 1 MKINLEY GETS A FRANCHISE ! i I I t | ] I I r | i Interurban Connection With Decatur Now j Assurred . 1 I Decatur , March IS . —Monday night the city council issued an ordinance granting the Danville , Urbana and Champaign Interurban Railroad comoany an independent right-of-way through this city . The ordinance permits that company to put separate tracks in streets already occupied by a local traction company . The council also decided to purchase the forty-acre ] tract known as Fairlawn park and pay ] the county S . S . OdO for the same .

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MONEY HITS THE NEGRO . [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 19 March 1903

MONEY HITS THE NEGRO . \ [ , „ 1 , . j ; t ; - b * - ¦ i 1 | Saj-N This I * a White Man s Country and 1 Hi nt 5 u Colored . Mail Should Hold OiUce . Washington , March IS . —The senate met at 11 o clock Wednesday , and soon thereafter Senator Money ( Miss . ) spoke on the Indinnoln ( Miss . ) post-of-fice case . He said that it was the duty of the postmaster general to heal the breach that had been created . The department has made the people of the south hate tbe administration , he said . The presidents appointments have caused general disgust . He has raised the question of social equality of the negro , and has revived the race question . The south has tolerated negro office holders , but does not want any more of them . This is a white man s country and government . There is a feeling in the south thatnocolored man should hold office . After Senator Money had concluded . his speech the senate went into executive session . The Cuban reciprocity treaty was taken up and Senator Mc...

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DECLARES INNOCENCE . [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 19 March 1903

DECLARES INNOCENCE . , I ! 1 | r > [ , \ I George Hossey , Coloreil Herb Doctor , Denies Cnti . Klni ; - tdie Death ol Any Person . — Philadelphia , March IS . —From his cell in the central police station George Hossey ( colored ) , who is accused of conspiring to poison William Danz , has given out a declaration of innocence . He says : What has come out about my killing or poisoning people is untrue in every respect , and I want to contradict it . I understand they are trying to get evidence against me , but , they cannot do it , because I did not do it . Eleven druggists have been examined in the district attorney s office None of the party nor anyone connected with the district attorneys office will discuss the matter . I

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READING AFFIDAVITS . [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 19 March 1903

READING AFFIDAVITS . Attorneys for the Wnbnali Railroad Company Ocenpy the Time in . Ju < l £ e Adn-mM Conrt . St Louis , March IS . —In Judge Adams court Wednesday morning the reading of affidavits , by the attorneys for the Wabash Railroad company was resumed . They presented in all 23 affidavits . The counsel for tbe defendant brotherhoods announced at the opening of cotirt that they had 15 affidavits in rebuttal of those offered by the railroad company , and which they would present as soon as the statements submitted by the railroad company were in . They said that all of these were short and that the entire munbei would not consume over an hour in the reading . Lake ^ Ynvlfirntlon . OpenedDetroit , Mich ., March IS . —Navigation on Lake Erie was opened Wednesday by the Detroit and Cleveland line s steamer City of Detroit , which left her doek here at IS : 30 o clock for Cleveland . When fhe City of Detroit pulled away from the wharf there were over 100 passengers ab...

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. MINE ABANDONED . . 1 [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 19 March 1903

. MINE ABANDONED . . 1 Fire CoiupUeten th . e Work ; of Destruction Claused liy Explosions at Cardiff , 111 . Springfield , 111 ., March IS . — -Advices from Cardiff , 111 ., are that the fire resulting from Sunday s and Monday s explosionshave destroyed the mine . andi it will be flooded andabandoned . Fifty mules in the mine were either killed by the explosion or drowned by the flooding of the mine . The loss to the Caj > diff Coal Mining company by the explosion and abandonment of theminewillf be upward of $ 7 , 000 . Four hundred : miners were employed , and they are preparing to leave town . The place- had 1 , 200 people , and the pay-roll of tha mine was $ 30 , 000 per month . Exonerates the Company . Olean , N . Y ., March IS . —The corcner has completed the inquest into the death of the victims of the petroleum explosion on the Erie railroad here a short time ago Mid finds that the railroad company was-in no way to blame for the loss of life ; 1 that the people kn...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 19 March 1903

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THE STEEL HIGHWAYS [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 19 March 1903

THE STEEL HIGHWAYS Condensed News Items of General Interest to Rail * road Men . GATHERED BY THE COURIER Doings of the Officials and Em * ployes Along the Peoria and Eastern . Passenger rates for the Grand Army of the Republic encampment at San Francisco next August have been promulgated by the chairman of the Transcontinental Passenger association . From Chicago to San Francisco and return the rate will be $ 50 and from Missouri river points it will be § 45 . Lower Mississippi river points are to be given a rate of $ 17 . 50 . This is a little less than the standard one . ¦ wa y rate and amounts to a fraction more than 1 cent a mile for the round trip . The annual encampment of the G . A . E . is one of the regular occasions on ¦ w hich the railroads count for handling the largest of all the long-distance summer excursions . The meeting at San Francisco is being looked forward to and planned for as if it was to equal others where the journey to and from the place of meeting was not...

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NORTHCOTT IS BARRED . [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 19 March 1903

NORTHCOTT IS BARRED . Lieuten . ant-GoYernot . _ Is -Not Eligible for -the Office for Circuit Judge . Springfield , 111 ., March IS—Attorney General Hamlin , at the request of Lieutenant Governor Northcott , has delivered an opinion on the question whetherthe Lieutenant Governor during his term of office may become a candidate for Circuit Judge . The Attorney General holds that the clause of the constitution providing that neither the Governor , the Lieutenant Governor , auditor of Public Accounts , Secretary of State , Superintendent of Public Instruction nor Attorney General shall be eligible to any office during the period for which he shall have been elected bars the Lieutenant Governor from becoming a candidate for a judieian office . The RcuNOn , His Honor the Mayor—Why -do you transfer every once in a while so many of your men to the suburbs ? Police Commissioner—We believe in the old adage , Too many cooks spoil the policeman . —Detroit Free Press . , To Cure aCold in One Da...

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DEATH BY POISON . [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 19 March 1903

DEATH BY POISON . Feared in Case of Farmer Who Was Married Through Agency . Danville , 111 ., March 18 . —Citizens oC Covington , Ind ., and vicinity , just across the State line , are aroused over the suspicious circumstances surrounding the death of Robert J . Drake . Dr . Williamson , his attending physician , became convinced that his patlen : was suffering from violent poison . Probably arsenic , and after lilake s death refused to allow the body to be embalmed till an investigation was made .. The stomach was sent to Dr . Ilerty , Secretary of tbe Indiana State Board of Health , for an analysis , March G , but became lost in transit and was not found by the express company and delivered till last night . Sheriff Reeves said today he is having Mrs . Drake watched until the analysis is received and coroner s verdict rendered . Drake lived in Wisconsin till one year ago he saw the advertisement of Mrs . Elmira Myers in a matrimonial paper . After a short correspondence he went to...

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BEGIN BIG JOB OF PRINTING . [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 19 March 1903

BEGIN BIG JOB OF PRINTING . Government will Issue Rosier of Officers of Northern and Southern Armies . Washington , March 17 . —By direction of Secetary Root , the war department has embarked on the extensive work of compiling and publishing a complete roster of officers , and enlisted men of the Union and confederate armies . This is the secretary s own project and he succeded in impress , ing Congress with the idea it would be only just and fair to the south to place on the official lists the names of the confederate soldiers in order that their descendants may trace their family histories with accuracy . The north through separate publications has covered pretty well this ground for its own soldiers . Secretary Root in calling this matter to the attention of Congress , said the department was constantly in receipt of appeals from the State officials , historical societies and patriotic or memorial associations for transcripts of the military records of State troops , to answer wh...

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FITTED FOR ANY POSITION . 1 [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 19 March 1903

FITTED FOR ANY POSITION . 1 Mont Versatile of 3 Ien AVho Claims i to lie Possessed of Many I UiuUiUcatious . Who , next , of course , to the German emperor , is the most versatile man in . ¦ th e world ? We should judge that the . j American who has- recently applied to tbe United States civil service commission for a- post as draughtsman in the engineer service must , come pretty near deserving the title , says the London Chronicle . Here is his list of qualifications : Surveyor , draughtsman ( topographical , architectural and engineering ) , writer for newspapers , and magazines , • bridge carpenter , house carpenter , boatbuiilder , blacksmith s helper , boil-er-maker s helper , farm hand , hunted geese and ducks for market ., photographer , lumberman , lecturer , shoveler on railroad grades , dishwasher , shingler , cowboy , teamster , cattle shipper , solicitor , cleaned old bricks , woodchopper , worked in sawmills and factories , rafted logs , wrote advertising , etc ., etc ...

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NEW , ZEALAND M . P . 'S . [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 19 March 1903

NEW , ZEALAND M . P . S . Maori Member * of the Present Are Vestly Improve *! Over Their Predecessors . The name of one of the four Maori M . P . s just elected in New , Zealand revives historical reminiscences . He is one Hone Heke . Nearly 60 years iago there was a great fighting Maori chief by that name , a fanatical opponent of the British colonization of New 2 $ eala . nd . On one occasion he literally drove the British into the sea , capturing a fortifiedi settlement and compelling military and civilians alike to take refuge on ships in the harbor . The British soldiers roughly Anglicized his name into Johnny Hickey , a . nd hence arose a legend that he was really an Irishman in the guise of a Maori . The Maori M . P . s are now a superior and well-educated class , says the London Chronicle . Their predecessors of the 60 * s anA 70 s were decidedly unconventional and . primitive in their tastes and habits . It was nothing unusual to sue one of them stroll into the house with a...

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LOW RATES J ' ' -TO- ' ¦ 4 [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 19 March 1903

LOW RATES J -TO- ¦ 4 CALIFORNIA , 4 WASHINGTON , MONTANA , , | OREGON , IDAHO AND | UTAH , | —VIA- | Big Four Rgjite I One Way Colonist Tickets at veryj { > J | low rates on sale daily from February , . A lDLh to April 30 th , inclusive . ^ i For full informotlou and particulars iS M as to rates , tickets , limits , call on »¦ j . m Agents Big Four Eouto , or addross -f ^ the undersigned ¦ r , % M WiARBBN J . LtfNOH , : \ V 3 Si Gonl Vass . & Ticket Agt „! { jM Cincinnati , Ohio , v -m W . P . Dl & PPE , Asst . G . P . & T .. A ., $ m Cincinnati , Ohio . , t $ M JNO . A . GLOVER , Agt , - ; f | » „ ; ,, ,- J . , ? : ^^ M v j-k vcV . t . i ^ fa , •<¦ . / ,- j ri ^^ H

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 19 March 1903

Theres a Saying * I That GOLS without Saying--I ^¦ MBBa aiBaakaMa ^ iaaaw iaWH flfii I The soda cracker you have heard so much ^ ffl f fcvXBW L Jw about . Sold only in tbe In-er-seal Package . ^^ SKr ^ m NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPAKY J | RBSBBKB ^^ ; r 2 ^^ ammmB ^ mm ^ smmwmmmmmm ii imHmumui ^» £ 2 H A GOOD MEAL H . £ ri WELL SERVED g | 8 IN ROOMY QUARTERS H ; J H FOR ONLY 25 c H f Lj THATS WHAT H f 0 * HAPPENS AT ¦ H I B r— 5 1 g BROTHERS NEW 8 \ \ RESTAURANT I ? 14 i — a f H 106 MAIN STREET , URBANA , ILLINOIS H j J f - , , H , i H I « i w i a m ! § l * ; ¦ ** a csssssssss ^^ ¦ ¦ , — A J I CASH OR CREDIT . 1 % „* gg | p |||* g . ¦!! fB have again contracted for 1 \ ^*^ Sa ^^ S « s ^ This year they are made with , H \ / J ^^^ Sfsm automobile gear , cushion tire , S ? j ^^^^^^^ W an < i adjustable back and front . 1 ; t ? ^^^^^^^ Within the & A I | ^^^^^ FROM $ 7 . 65 TO $ 2 $ . 50 ; j I iAND ^!^^ j I 31 MAIN ST ., CHAMPAIGN , IMLINOIS . . , |

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WABASH RAILROAD . [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 19 March 1903

WABASH RAILROAD . ANNOUNCEMENTS Very low one ways colonist rates to points in south and southeast , west or southwest , north and northwest , on first and third Tuesdays of each month until May , 1903 . Homeseelcers round trip tickets to points in the west , south and southwest on the ( irst and third Tuesday * of each month , at one fare plus $ 2 . 0 u for the round trip . Tickets good returning 21 days , California tourist tickets good returning in nine months , with liberal stop-over privileges In . each direction , on sale daily . Take the Wabash for Ray county , Oklahoma ; 23 hours from Urbana to New Kirk , arriving at New Kirk at 0 a . m . Other lines 30 hours , arriving at New Kork at 5 p . m ., practically a day later . O . O . Stricklan , ticket agent at Urbana , III ., , will be glad to have you call at tbe ticket office of the Wabash railroad , or your letter addressed to him will receive careful consideration and attention . O . 0 . STRICKLAN .

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CURES THE SICK ! [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 19 March 1903

CURES THE SICK ! . THE ADVANCED METHODS IN MEDICINE I OF THE BRITISH-AMERICAN INSTITUTE . A Boon tof ^ e Afflicted-All Chronic Ills- ! cases Treated in a Scientific Manner—No Cases Taken Unless a Cure Can be Effectetl—28 Incurables Were Rejected Last Alontli—Their Office Rooms are Crowded Daily—Many Testimonials From People Who Have Been Cured .

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