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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 27 March 1903
MISS M . DESIOBE 206 E Green Street I ^^ 1010 URBANA , ILLINOIS } gflUUlOlUl Bei . i . Telephone 3579 . — -CD LJ R ^ S = Easter Opening MILLINERY WILL BEGIN ON THURSDAY , MARCH 26 CONTINUING UNTIL AFTER EASTER . — ¦ ¦ -MISS L . McWILLIAMS THE ECONOMY IV . Lewis , Prop ., Champaign , Illinois . Spring Opening Display AND SALE OF , THE Season s New Stock . Every department is in brilliant attire , exhibiting the season s Freshest Fancy . SALE DAY ^ THURSDAY . MARCH U i - M **~~ .. ~ . TO -V . VVVVVXXX V * SATURDAY . APRIL 14 SiSiSSSggSl , WHffirimmiairaa &amp; ^ , » i M « Hffl ^^ 1
Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 27 March 1903
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) WA 8 NER I IN TOWN F , ' ' >¦ ¦' , • [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 28 March 1903
) WA 8 NER I IN TOWN F , \ &gt;¦ ¦ , • R ; . ¦ I \ The Clinton Congressman Was \ - . Shaking Hands inUrbana &gt; Yesterd | \ ; ASKED SOME QUESTIONS About ( he . (^ erno rshfe and Hears Some Kindly ¦ ^ fta * Expr essions . J ^ f Con gressman Vespasian Warner , of r , Clinton , may or may not be a receptive candidate for the republican gubernatorial nomination , but opinion inclines to the belief that the congressman is satisfied with the important ¦ post-he holds and will let others fight the battle for the governorship . Congressman Warner visited Urbana yesterday afternoon , spending his time In shaking hands with the many friends he counts in this portion of his bailiwick . The congressman was asked if lie desired to be interviewed regarding his alleged aspirations for governor , and the response I was a hearty laugh , which seemed to disclaim ambition in that direction . The Clinton man believes that the session of congress which closed March 4 th was satisfactory...
BEAUTIFY THE CITY NOW . [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 28 March 1903
BEAUTIFY THE CITY NOW . -+ — Cil nee lor Urbana Women to Do Much Good . Woman s Club of Decatur Is Opening a Campaign o ( Education—Lectures on Landscape Work . Last fall there was some talk of the formation of a society which had for its purpose the beautifying of the city . At that time The Courier printed considerable about the organization , but nothing has been heard about it since . . Vow , that . spring is here , the women of the city should agitate the movement .. Urbana can be beautified in many ways if there is concerted action . The Woman s club of Decatur has come nobly to the front in this matter and is to open a campaign of education with an illustrated lecture prepared by O . C . Simmonds , the celebrated landscape artist of Chicago , who is well known there , as having acted as adviser to the park board of improvement in Washington park . Mr . Simonds has prepared this lecture for just such occasions as that which has induced the women of Decatur to take up the work ...
TliF ALPHA TAU OMEGAS . [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 28 March 1903
TliF ALPHA TAU OMEGAS . University Greeks Give Their Annual Function . Is Unusually Elaborate and EnjoyableStudents Club Gives Last Dance oi the Series . The annual dance of the Alpha Tail Omega society was given last night at the Elk auditorium in Champaign . The University Greeks spared no pains or expense in their efforts and the function was one of unwonted splendor , being characterized at the same time by excellent taste . The hall was appropriately and tastily decorated in the colors of the organization and the University ensigns . The traditional cosy corners were arranged and furnished acceptable refuges between the dances , which were many and lasted until a late hour . Several out-of-town guests were present , among them old grads , who returned to aid in the commemoration of the anniversary of the chapter . Another function last night was the fifth dance of the Students dancing club , which was given at Illinois hall . The club is composed of the Phi Delta Theta , Delta ...
" URBANA IS DEFEATED [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 28 March 1903
URBANA IS DEFEATED City Loses Suit to Recover Smallpox Expenses from the County . COURT IS ADJOURNED . AH Cases on Docket Disposed oE to Date—Entries Made Yesterday . The jury in the suit of the city vs . the county , brought to recover money ; spent by the city in caring for smallpox patients last fall , returned a verdict for the county . A motion for a new trial has been entered by the counsel for the city . All cases on the docket up to date have been disposed of , and Judge Philbrick yesterday afternoon adjourned court until Monday morning at 9 a , m . The following orders have been entered on the docket : Peple vs . John Connelly , petit larceny—Motion by defendant to be discharged . Motion allowed and defendant discharged . W 7 m . K . Glascock vs . George W . Donohew , appeal by defendant—Motion overruled . Judgment on verdict in favor of plaintiff against defendant for $ 17 , 04 and costs . Appeal prayed and allowed on riling of bond in twenty days in sum of $ 200 , to be a...
PUPILS LEAVE THE CITY [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 28 March 1903
PUPILS LEAVE THE CITY Throng Disperses After the Final Examinations . Large Number ol Teachers Go to Bloomington to Attend Meeting oi Central Association . The county pupils who were in the city Thursday to take f the final examinations , have mostly dispersed to their homes , although many of them took advantage of the holiday to spend the day visiting the twin cities . Yesterday morning about thirty-five teachers went to Bloomington to attend the gathering of the Central association . A large number also went from Champaign . Prof . Frank Hamsher , of the University preparatory school , who is the president of the Central association , ia reported sick at Bloomington , He was taken ill Thursday afternoon , but was reported much better yesterday . Teachers examinations were held in the office of County Superintendent Watts , many taking the tests .
ASSEMBLY HALL VANISHES [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 28 March 1903
ASSEMBLY HALL VANISHES House Committee Strikes Out Important Appropriation . Legislators Strike Woe in Local HeartsOther Items Aggregating $ 25 , 000 Are Striken Out . Alas , for the dream of an assembly hall at the University . The house committee of the Illinois legislature has stricken out the sum of $ 175 , 000 , the • sum asked for the hall which was certainly needed at the institution , if anything was . Those legislators who visited the University and saw the jam in the chapel were impressed by the need of an assembly hall . Other items , aggregating $ 25 ,- 000 , were stricken out by the committee . The total appropriation now stands at I ? 1 , 500 , 000 . If this gets through the senate committee unscathed , there will he great rejoicing locally .
MEETING BEGAN YESTERDAY . [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 28 March 1903
MEETING BEGAN YESTERDAY . . Luther Laflin Mills Speaks at . Bloomington Gathering . Bloomington . March 28 . —The Central Illinois Teachers association began its sessions at the Coliseum this morning . The high school orchestra gave the opening music , followed by an invocation by Hev . B . K . Shipp . The address of welcome was made by Bev . II . K . Denlinger . and the introduction of the president was made by the expresident , H . L . Koberts , of Macomb . The address of the , president , Frank Hamsher , of Urbana , followed , and then music by the University of Illinois glee club enlivened the occasion . The addresses of the day were made by John W . Henninger , of Macomb , on -SSiKiT Principles in the Teaching of History , and by Hev . F . W . Gunsaulust of Chicago . In the evening at 7 : 30 , at the high school , Don . Luther Laflin Mills , of Chicago , delivered an address . A reception was given by the Bloomington teachers and the faculty of the Normal University .
MR . CHANDLER IN THE CITY . [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 28 March 1903
MR . CHANDLER IN THE CITY . Theatrical Man Interested in Local Opera House Agitation . Joseph G . Chandler , the well known theatrical man , was in Urbana yesterday afternoon . Mr . Chandler is now on the road with The Burglar and the Waif , which showed in Champaign last night . He will devote his time this summer between West End park and the Kankakee park , both of which are conducted by the Kuseli Amusement company . Mr . Chandler says that plans are now under way which means a fine season at West End this summer . • . Mr . Chandler ,. while in Urbana , had a talk with several of the business men who told him of the opera house agitation . He said that there was no reason why an opera house should not be a success here , and intimated that he might like to interest himself in the enterprise . He stated that he might return here after his road season had concluded and look over the ground .
—_ j— -URBANA GETS EXPRESS WORK . [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 28 March 1903
—_ j—URBANA GETS EXPRESS WORK . This City Handles a Good Share of the University Business . A Champaign paper stated recently that Champaigcwas getting the majority of the University s express business to the detriment of Urbana , which had always had the large share . The local offices state that the declaration was unwarranted , as Urbana was still doing a big business in the line of express for the University . Champaign is aided because of the fact that in Champaign a man is on at night , but this is the only . way in which the . sister city gets the better of Urbana .
POLITICS IN CHAMPAIGN . [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 28 March 1903
POLITICS IN CHAMPAIGN . « Mayoral Situation Simplified by Withdrawal of A . T . Hall . The Champaign maybral situation was simplified yesterday , when A . T . Hall signified his withdrawal from the race . This lgaves E . S . Swigart and C . J . Sabin in the race for the republican nomination , with the odds favoring the former . Ex-Mayor J . B . Harris is slated for the nomination by the Citizens . - This party will not put up ; i candidate against City Clerk C . 15 . Stevens , who is considered wellnigh invincible .
DEATH OF J . G . HUBBARD . [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 28 March 1903
DEATH OF J . G . HUBBARD . Expires at His Home in Champaign from Heart Failure . John G . Hubbard died at his home , on the corner of Sixth and Grove streets , Champaign , yesterday morning at 10 oclock . Death was due to heart failure . Mr . Hubbard was 02 years old and had been a resident of Champaign and Urbana practically all his life . He is survived by his wife and several children . The funeral arrangements have not been completed .
CHAMPAIGN MEMBERS HERE . [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 28 March 1903
CHAMPAIGN MEMBERS HERE . Court of Honor People Want Help for Fair Next Week . Members of the Champaign Court of Honor lodge came to Urbana last night to confer with the local court concerning the fair which is to be given on April * 1 to 4 . The Urbana members are expected to aid in the fair , which promises to be quite an affair In every day .
; BISHOP SPALDING HOME . [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 28 March 1903
; BISHOP SPALDING HOME . Noted Peoria Divine Returns Home After His Labor on Anthracite Coal Commission . Peoria Herald - Transcript — Bishop John Lancaster Spalding , bishop of the diocese of Peoria . , arrived in this city from the east last night at 7 : 30 and was driven in a carriage direct to the episcopal residence on North Madison avenue . His long ride had tired him materially and he refused to be seen , for the reverend gentleman was fatigued . Bishop Spalding has been absent from the city for some months as a member of the special commission appointed by President Roosevelt to determine the questions at issue between the striking anthracite coal miners in Pennsylvania and the mino owners . Bishop Spalding was selected from among the large number of eminent churchmen in the United . States . How well he has done the duty assigned him by the president has been told in the press dispatches . The position of the bishop was made very clear in his sermon delivered in Washington ...
NEW FARMER'S ELEVATOR . [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 28 March 1903
NEW FARMERS ELEVATOR . Movement Is Now Taking Hold at Town e ( Minier . The farmers elevator microbe is working . overtime at nearly every town in Central Illinois . The latest place desiring such an institution is Minier , where $ 3 , 500 has already been subscribed for this purpose and twice as much more will be raised . Mr . McCreary , of Mason City , state secretary of the Farmers Elevator association of Illinois , started the plan . This association now has forty elevators in small towns in central Illinois . Italian Laborers . ., Forty Italian laborers who have teen employed about the Champaign yards of the Illinois Central are now working on , the Springfield division of the Central .