Elephind.com contains 4,645 items from Daily Pantagraph
, samples of which are listed below. All items
from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire
collection of 3,306 newspaper titles in Elephind.com
DEAD WOMAN IDENTIFIED [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 13 June 1901
DEAD WOMAN IDENTIFIED Mrs. -Ulaudin TrobHbly . Murdured—Her UuHband UliappuHm. Lowell, Mass., Juno 12.—The woman whose headless body was**, found In Cholmsford woods Sundny aud whoso head was found yesterday, was Identified by her ttlster today as Mrs. Marguerite Blonder, of lloston. The dead woman -".vns married to Blondcu, a French Canadian mill operatlve.Mast February. It is not Known where the man it, at present.
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 13 June 1901
Lawrence,, Mass., June 12.—Mrs.,Wilfred Blonden, whose dismembered body was found at Chelmsford Sunday, canio hbro from Ireland when quite young. Last April, while.visiting her sister, Mrs. Casey, who resides here, she said that she had trouble with"her husband because ho wanted her to draw her money out of the bank and go, to Canada with him to live. Mrs. Casey believed that Blondcn was very Jealous of his wife. , Ho was also penurious and .Mrs Casey Is of the opinion that a quarrel about going to Canada was renewed between the couple and Mrs. Blondcn loft her husband uud returned to Lowell to-seok,work and there met her death. , t
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 13 June 1901
Boston, June 12.—Investigation here shows .thnt Kllfred Blondcn, or J. W. niouden, worked as liremnn for tho Forbes, Hay ward company here lont September. A week ago today he began woik ns night engineer. Ho loft his work this morning and went to his room, packed his trunk ami disappeared. . |
THE ILLINOIS IS FAST [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 13 June 1901
THE ILLINOIS IS FAST llnttluiiblp U the Spnettleitt of Her Clukh . in the Wurld. „. Boston, June 12.—With tho proud distinction of being tho fastest battleship In America and the speediest of her class In the'world, the new sea fighter Illinois lies at anchor tn President's lload tonight. nfter a most successful trial over the government course train Cape Ann to Cape Porpoise and return, a distance of sixtysix nautical miles. She raced today under the watchful eyes of the United States navnl ropiesentatlvcs and established a new record by maintaining an average speed of 37.31 knots in four consecutivo hours. She also proved her ability to turn upon the enemy with extraordinary quickness by describing a complete circle within 300 yeaids, or a little more than tw ice her leugth, in three minutes and ten seconds, white ploughing through the sea at full speed. Steadiness and power characterized the performance of this ship Uuoughout the severe test. Tho machinery cosily met every requir...
MORE FRAUDS IN ARMY [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 13 June 1901
MORE FRAUDS IN ARMY hUPI'LIEK IIEIXU SOLD KXTKNSXVfcIA' - AT SAN t'ItANCISCO. lluncH, Cloth luff, Shout und Other ArtlcUs Arc Uitpotod Of—A Murcliouio Was rilled. San Francisco, Juno 12.—Gen. Shatter and Col. Maus, Inspector general of the department of California,'and the federal grand jury ate investigating the many reports of fraud committed In the commissary department of the army service in this city. That 'the reports seem to be based on something more substantial than idle rumor is by the disclosure following the' arrest of Lewis Abraham Sons, dealeru in second-hand clothing. Major General Shaftcr today admitted the thefts of clothing had been going on. He claimed that there was no shortage in any department, however. He continued: 'The recruits, perhaps, or soldiers, being hard up, sold to thebe peddlers about the camps, shoes, blankets and other storei issued by the quartermaster's department. It is'a military oftense for soldiers to sell these stores and u crime statutes f...
Isurance Company Retires. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 13 June 1901
Isurance Company Retires. New, York, June 12.—As a result of the losses sustained in the Jacksonville fire, the Pacific Fire Insurance Company of New York retired today from active business. Tho company's claims as tho result of the lire aggregate 580,000. The risks have been reinsured with tho Westchester Fire Insurance Company of New York.' The Pnolilc had o\ er 5G0.000,000 insurance in force, which will bo amply protected under the terms of the reinsurance deal. . i 1
Anniversary of Tornado. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 13 June 1901
Anniversary of Tornado. New Richmond, Wis., Juno 12.—Today wsb the second anniversary of the tornado which swept over this city, destroying the entire business portion and killing over a hundred persons. Special .memorial masses were celebrated in the church tWs morning This afternoon memorial services were held In the cemetery. In tho middle of the afternoon threatening clouds appealed in the weHt and the people becan.e panic-stricken. There were Wild scenes on the streets and everybody rushed for their cellars. The storm psssod around the city, the only result being a heavy downpour of rain.
PLATT AMENDMENT [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 13 June 1901
PLATT AMENDMENT Cuban Constitutional Convention Accepts It by Vote of 16 to 11. WASHINGTON IS GRATIFIED To Dp Accepted its an Amendment to tlic Constitution—Commission to Draw Up Law. Havana, Juno 12. —Tho Cuban constitutional contention today accepted the Piatt amendment by a vole of 16 to 11. Resolutions to accept were carried' without discussion, immediately after tho opening of the session Scnores Tamajo, VUlucndas and Quesada, constituting a majority of tho committee on lelatlons, submitted it as a substitute for the commltteo's former rcpoit. The l'lntt amendmeut, ns iHissed by congress, recommending It to bo accepted was made appendix to the constitution. The contention will now appoint a commission to draw up an electoral law.
WASHINGTON'S ATTITUDE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 13 June 1901
WASHINGTON'S ATTITUDE. Washington, June 12.—The news of the addition of the Wutt amendnicut by the Cuban constitutional convention was received with genuine gratification here. Administration otllcials felt confident that its rut Ideation would be atcompllbhed when the Cubans realized that this government was firm In its attitude regarding the amendment, and that acceptance would he necessary before the United States would consent to withdraw super\islon from the island. Now that the Cubans have demonstrated good faith In the United States, It is expected thnt a fairly speedy evacuation of the island will follow, contingont.only upon the establishment of o stable got eminent In Iho Island. One cabinet oilicer tonight, expressed the opinion that If other ! equipments were met, our withdrawal might be that the Cuban independence might be a reality by next autumn. Gen. Wood tonight communicated to the war department olilclally the fact that the amendment had been adopted. I \
DOINGS IN THE PHILIPPINES [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 13 June 1901
DOINGS IN THE PHILIPPINES lunurgcnt Leader HimiumtM TtTin*—Death of Cupt. Wllhtlm. ' "Manila, Juno 12.—Lieut. Hoary T. Mlchcll, of the Forty-first regiment, was. arrested and will be tried by court martial on the charge or embc7ilcment ut Bncolor o( $277 o£ public funds. The Philippine commission has passed an act creating fourteen Jildiciol circuits and the following appointments wuro made by the commission: * Gen. Mailano Tris, governor ' ot&lt; Caxill; It'. M. Spearsoi, treasurer. Ambribo Mores, go\ernor of Pizolo; Capt. Jumbos a. Hill, Forty-second reglmcut, treasurer. Caut. Jacob r. Krebs, Twentysecond regimeut, go\eiuor of Xueva Eclja;' Richard CLtoy, Thirty-fourth regiment, treasurer. tit! Geu. Sumner received notification from Callics, the notorious Insurgent leader iii Laguana Provience, that unless the general agrees to the Rlllpluo's terras, which include the granting of amnesty to the insurgents, Callies will-not-surrender, and negotiations on the subject: will b...
Maccabees Elect Officers. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 13 June 1901
Maccabees Elect Officers. Springfield, 111, Juno 12.—The Lady Maccabees of Illinois today elocted theso olllcers: J Great commander—James F. Downer of Chicago." Great record keeper—Thomas SJ. Golg of Chicago. i -! ! Great Finance keeper—A. S. Goodard of Elgin. I I I The next' convention Will be held at Hock Island. * : ! The salary of the great commander was increased 'rom ?3,000 to JI.OOOa year. Tho e-alary of the supreme record"keeper was lalscd from ?I,SOO to $3,000 per year. The morning session of the Ladles of tbu Maccabees was devoted to addresses by Great Commander Ellen D. Dow nor of Chicago and others. In the afternoon delegates and alternates were elected to the buprcme hive meeting to be held In July In Port Huron. The delegates chosen weie Ellen E. Downer, Chicago; Louisa Hetnrichs, Chicago; Margaret Littleton, Chicago, and Mary Orr, Peoria.
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 13 June 1901
' New* Hampton, la., June 12. —The CathoHe Older of Foresters, Jurisdiction of lowa, today elected J. J. Ott of Dubuque, state chtor ranger; E. J. McLaughlin ol Dubuque, secretary; T. A. Tobias of Waterloo, treabiirer. Delegates to the national convention at Detroit, W. L. Healey, Jolin Liubock, Cedar Rapids; J. V. O'Nell Clinton. The next convention will be S| Marshall town.
Indians Threaten Trouble. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 13 June 1901
Indians Threaten Trouble. Red Lodge, Mont., June 12.—Serious trouble Is threatened with the Arapahoe Indians on Shoope's reservation, just across the line In Wvomlug. The red men defied the olllcers and were preparing for the bnra bus sun dance. Tho militia has been ordered to the scene and should arrive today. The Indians are said to be in nn ugly mood They outnumber the whites ten to one. Tho outlook Is* regarded as serious.
Two Killed at Ship Launching. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 13 June 1901
Two Killed at Ship Launching. Kiel, Juno 12—Emperor William »c--compnnied by his heudquartur's staff, Prince Henry of Prussia, and chiefs of his majesty's cabinet, arrived here today to witness, tho luunchlng of the battleship Kachrluger. While tho work of mo\lng the braces preparatory to the launch was in progress, a crane collapsed killing two men and seriously Injuring three others.'
The National Grain Growers. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 13 June 1901
The National Grain Growers. St. Louis, Juno 12.—The National Grain Growers' Cooperative Association today reelected the old officers. Samuel H. 'Greeley, vice-president of tho National Association.and president of the Illinois Grain Growers' Association, presented a resolution opposing bucket shops and special privileges granted to holders of grain receipts on the Chicngo bonrd of trade, petitioning congress to Increase tile present Internal tax on bucket shops and their transactions to a prohibitive figure.
Had Smallpox and Were Wedded. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 13 June 1901
Had Smallpox and Were Wedded. —Chicago. Juno 12—Leonard Krauze a young Michigan woman wero married hero Sunday while tho brido and groom wore suffering from small pox. Neither of the pair knew It, howovcr, until today when the health authorities separated them and tho groom was sent to the Isolation hospital. Krauze is a sailor of Marino City, Mich. Mrs. Krauze was rcceutly &gt;acclnated and has good prospects of escaping the disease.
SUFFER FROM THE HEAT [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 13 June 1901
SUFFER FROM THE HEAT Number of rrohtrutioiiH In t'hlcuKO--l)uni-UK« I'} Stortiib, Chicago, Juno 12 —A feeble breeze today I made the heat conditions n trifle moru bt-nrablo thau yesterday. The mercury was SS degrees and humidity 90. These were the prostrations Thomas Curia, railroad brakemau Charles Dclaney, stone mason. 'Belt Kunz, tlrein.in. Louis Wolsbaum, teamster, John Caribou. Cdwnrd Hendrlck. A. M. Beausen. John Dciupbcy, Inborer, who will die. Relief came tonight In a thunderstorm. Se\crjl buildings were struck by lightning nnd down town basements flooded. St. Bartholomew Episcopal church, SUtySevcnth stiect, Milued ut !2(l,000, was struck and burned.to the ground. 1 The residence of Fire Marshal Driscoll, South Chicngo, was shattered by llghtultlg just as the marshal Has proparing to nnswur tho call to another residence, which had been set on lire by the lightning. The marshal was stunned His wifo revived him, but while she was thus engaged tho lire cut off the exit In fron...