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WOMAN ACCUSED OF MURDER. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 11 June 1901
WOMAN ACCUSED OF MURDER. ' St. Louis, Mich.', Juno 10—Mrs Charles ,Yates,' the wife of a well known farmer .Jiving near here,, was arrested this afternoon charged,with tho murder of JasT&lt;m Wrlght,'a neighbor, whose dead body was found Sunday in a thicket near their, home.i while the coroner's 3m j' was Investigating tho cause of his death, Mrs. .Yates testified that sho had been accustomed,to* meeting Wright and that when 'she went into, the (thioket Kunday she'saw Wright kneeling on the f.'round. He' complained'.of being sick, and then and died.' Great excitement prevails hero over tho affair.
DIED SIDE BY SIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 11 June 1901
DIED SIDE BY SIDE. Chicago, June, 10—Side by ,side, each ulth a bullet'wound In their, tomple, the tfo.id bodies'of L. Hartroan and. wife were found in', their'bod nt the Great Northern hotel. this. evening. .The room ho evidences, of - a struggle and I'oth lifeless forms were composed and the covering of tho bed.well tucked nbout them,' biit a'• revolver 'clutched in the right hand of the husband, told tho fi'cry of the.double tragedy. Of the pair ihat courted death so', successfully nothing is known~by the managers of the hotel beyond the report'that' the man has wealthy connections' in' New York "ml that the-wohian apparently was onco on actress under tho stage name'of Rose v iolet. From Information given" by tho voman who" 'lnquired ~ for' them this morning It is supposed* that the case is one of a runaway 'marriage, with death as the result of despondency over tho uMurncy of on unforgiving father. Hartiiikh and his'wife registered at the hotel June 6. glvlng'.hls address' New "...
STABBED HIS BROTHER. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 11 June 1901
STABBED HIS BROTHER. LaPorto, Ind., June it).—Because ho was'being toimontod, Prank l'alen, aged 13, stabbed his brother, Charles," aged 15, with a knife,' causing a probably fatal wound. 'The younger brother Is crazed with grief. ( , . .
SECRET CABINET MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 11 June 1901
SECRET CABINET MEETING l'rcfthleut tttid llctitU of Department* Are Silent About Spuvlul st-ssion.- Washington', June 10. —In responso to'a message from the president, sent late this afternoon,- after "an halt hour's talk with tho secretary ot state, all mojnbeis of the cabinet now In the city assembled at'tho Whilo House at S o'clock this, evening.. President MoKlnley and'Secretary.Long' had been out driving together during tho afternoon, when tho 'president returned) and found Sccietnry Hay awaiting him. Tho two spent half an hour together, tho secretary leaving on the night train lor Buffalo. i It was Immediately'alter this that the* cabinet was asked to assemble. ,Tuey arrived about 8, attired In evening dress." 1 Secretaries Long, Gage, Hitchcock, _W"r son, Attorney General. Knox, Posynaster General Smith wore those present. The cabinet immediately repaired to the cabinet room, where they remained less than an hour.' At the conclusion of the meeting none of those present would ...
CHIEF SWENIE QUITS [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 11 June 1901
CHIEF SWENIE QUITS llcad of tho Chicago Flro Oopurtiucut for 1 &lt; J£ Ifty Years ItctdvuH. Chicago] Juno 10.—Dennis J. Swonlo, chief of Chicago's Ilio department for over halt a century, formally resigned his position tonight. Inability to cppe.with tho arduous' duties of his olllce owing to 111 health was given as the reason. Snenic's successor has not been named yet. First Assistant Marshal William M. Musham; Socond Assistant John Campion, nnd Battalion Chief James Home nro tno thioe men mentioned as having the best ,chanco for tho place. ,
Senator Depew to Wed. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 11 June 1901
Senator Depew to Wed. Washington, June 10.—It is undeistood in Washington that "Corcoran House," which has,been the'residence of Senator Depew -for tho past two years, will have a new mistress at the opening of tho social season next winter. Senator Depew, it is said, will marry durins the summer a widow who Is now abroad. His niece, Mlsb Paulding, who lias presided over his Washington home, is now the ow tier of the resldonco at Nineteenth and N streets, -which Mr. Depew presented to her at tho time her engagement to Lieut. Edlo was announced la&amp;t winter. The house has since been generally overhauled and improved. » i ' ' 'II Justice Brewer, who was married a day or two day, was a classmute of Mr. Dopew at Yale, and this fact adds lnteiest to the report of the senator's engagement.
Work of Machinists' Convention. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 11 June 1901
Work of Machinists' Convention. Toronto, June 10—The International Machinists association In convention today "decided to extend - financial aid to the non-union men who went out with ttio members of the association. A resolution was passed asking the American Federation of Labor to levy an assessment as provided'for in their,constitution to raise funds for the strikers. President' O'Connell stated the special strike fund amounting to over $160,000 was v still Intact. •The convention alincst unanimously voted down' 'a resolution pledging the association to socialism. It was also decided that a certificate of death from a Christian science doctor will not bo recognized In the future in a claim for a death' benefit. |
Brutal Attack on Girl. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 11 June 1901
Brutal Attack on Girl. "Carbondale, 111., June 10.—Sarah Loeb, | 10 years t old ,Is lying at tho point of death' result of an attack on her lato yesterday near the small station ot McClure, about twenty miles from this city. \. k &lt; Miss Loeb had Etarted for her sister's to'make a Sunday call und wheu.two "milos from home. In a clump of wood, was waylaid and thrown from her horse, her assailant striking her on the back of tho head, as she 'foil. The girl was fearfully'cut 'and, mangled, blood flowing from eleven wounds. She succeeded In reoching a neighbor's house at 7 p. "m. and charged tho crime to A. S. Castlcnnn, 23 yearß" old. About midnight Castlemaii was caught at .his mother's home,' and, fearin mob violence, was biought to this city. He will bo taken to the Alexander county jail today.
Flow Factories to Combine. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 11 June 1901
Flow Factories to Combine. Chicago, 111.', ' Juno 10.—(Special.)— Plans fo? the combination ot twenty-one of tho largest* plow factories In the country wore completed today at a mooting at the Auditorium Annex, over'which'Charles H. Deere, of Mollno, presided.-Former Judge W. A. Vincent of, Chicago, has the details.in charge, and expects-to have the combine incorporated within ~a month, with a -prospective-capital of W6.000.000.. The election of olllccrs probably will be held 'tomorrow. "Companies from Illinois, Indiana,'lowa, Ohio, Kentucky, Wisconsin, and New York will be 1 in the trust. It is positively denied that the prices ot plows" will bo f raised. •
Illinois Day Postponed. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 11 June 1901
Illinois Day Postponed. "'Chtcago, : Juno* 10.—Illinois day,at the pon-American exposition has been postponed from June 25 to Septebmer 10. Gov. Yates'decided that it would be impossible for the state to make aa good a showing as dcslrable.on tho first date mentioned. A new d«to will also be set for Chicago day. -' -"
Indiana Rond Sold. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 11 June 1901
Indiana Rond Sold. Logansport, Ind., Juno 10.-Tho Eel River railroad was sold today at receiver's sale to E. Smith of New York, representing a-stockholders' committee. Smith .was the only bidder, and the property was knocked dowii to him for a million dollars. It is generality considered that tho Wabash Railroad company, which operated the road under.a.nlnety-nlue-yenr lease, is tho real purchaser.
WOODMEN MEET TODAY [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 11 June 1901
WOODMEN MEET TODAY BIENNIAL SESSION OF 'HEAD CAMP TO CONVENE AT ST. PAUL. * \ iTu'ami for thu Prize Prill* Already on the Urouud--luturcHtliiK Figures From Uuport of thu Clurk. ,St. Paul, Juno 10.—Tho twelfth biennial -head camp of tho national convention of the Modern Woodmen of America will bo called to order at tho Auditorium- In this city tomorrow. Aheady many thousands of delegates and others are In tho city tor tho opening meeting. The sessions of tho ' convention will continue until Saturday. It is estimated that fully a hundred thou-.' sand members of the older will be present in the city during tho week. Degree teams In uniform are already present from Grand Rapids, Kalamazoo, Falls City. Spaita, Prairie Faim, Wis.; Davenport, Des Moines, Sheldon, la.; Rock Island, Bloomiuglon and Galesburg, 111. Caucuses of (iliti delegates, representing thirty-one states, to bo held tonight will practically settle In advance the election of olllcoits, except as to the bourd ot auditors., ...
REPORT OF HEAD CLERK. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 11 June 1901
REPORT OF HEAD CLERK. Tho repqit of Head Clerk) Chillies W. Ilawcb for the biennial term, January 1, IS9!&gt;, to December 31, 1900, contained tho following: ' Tho total number ot bcnefit~certlfl.cates Issued wus 309,135, representing', 275,50b certificates to new lncmbcib and 30,027 on account o£ cbunges. , . £ There were 5,018 camps In good standing December ,31, 1S98; chartered during the term, 3,302; surrendered, 330; leaving 8,980 camps in good standing December 31, 1900—a not gain of 3,032 camps. The states having over 100 are: Illinois, 1,470; lowa, 1,008: Missouri, 900; Kansas, 811; Wisconsin, 741; Minnesota, liC6; Nebraska, 093; Michigan, 498; Ohio, 201; South Dakota, ISO; Oklahoma, 175; Washington, 158. • « | i I - Tho of tho benefit fund were $7,570,955, and the disbursements, $7,030,911, the balance'being $345,833. The receipts of the genoinl fund were $1,004,912. and the disbursements $1,005,-' 004, thc'balance being $303,315. ' The expenses of management for th...
JUBILEE OF THE Y. M. C. A. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 11 June 1901
JUBILEE OF THE Y. M. C. A. Boston, 'Macs.-; Juno 10.—At 11 "o'clock tomorrow morning the International jubilee convention of the Young Meji's Christian association will open Its deliberations In Mechnnlcs' building. It Is expected that at least 2,000 voting delegates Yflll attend the convention and probably 2,000 more visiting delegates without the power to vote. i i t Ag yet the talk about the presidency of the convention has not been definite. Tho men most mentioned now afe W. E. Dodgo of New York, John Wannamakgr of Philadelphia and' James H.Eckels of Chicago. • , Many foreign workers of tho IVM. C. A. will be present at the jubilee. They como chiefly from England, but there is a goodsl/ed delegation from France, Germany, Russia, Switzerland, Japan and China. South America Is also represented, and thus the new and old worlds Join hands to honor the Y. M. C. A. movement and help signalize its half century of endeavor In America'. - | ■&gt; \ ' | |
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 11 June 1901
San Frapcisco, June 10.—Thp. annual convention of the Train Dispatchers' association of America will meet in this city, Tuesday, and several car loads of delegatos from all parts of tho country eamo west over the Santa Fe during tho last day or two, and have been sightseeing in the southern part of tho state.' i
CHINESE LEADER ARRIVES [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 11 June 1901
CHINESE LEADER ARRIVES Chief of Reform Movmucnt to Be Admitted u» Trjuler—ltoivurd for II ii Ilcnd. San' Francisco, Juno 10.—Collector -of Tort Slratton recommended to the treasury department today that Su Shlh Chlu, n Chinese reformer and scholar be allowed to land under section six ot the exclusion act as a trader. The Chinese authorities of this countiy are very nu\ious to keep Su Shlh Chin out of 'the country for political reasons. He is the lender of the party which Is seeking to place Emperor Kwang HbU on the tin one instead of tlio Dowager 'hmpreßS. Pending the decision of the treasuiy dcpaitineut Su Shlh Chin was held' in the detection shed at tho Pacific mail dock. Collector. Slratton says that there Is a rewind of $50,000 on his head and he has taken the menus to piotect him from assault by any sympathizers of the Dowager Empress. Should tho treasury department set aside the'" recommendation of the collector, attorneys will apply for a writ ot habeas_corpus on the ground t...
Mrs. McKinley Improving. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 11 June 1901
Mrs. McKinley Improving. Washington, Juno 10.—Dr. Rlxoy when he left the White House at 10:15 tonight, said "Everything'lb encouraging. Mrs. McKinloy is doing very nicely. She is' gaining steadily. She sat up In a rolling chair several times today, aggregating probably an hour. Wo are very,much encouraged by her steady ■ improvement." •■