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KILLED IN A WRECK [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 28 March 1903

KILLED IN A WRECK Sunset Limited on Southern Pacific Road Collides With Another Train . PASSENGERS LOSE LIVES Nine Others Are Injured—Bodies of Victims Burned in the Wreckage . , . San Antonio , Tex ., March 27 . —The Sunset limited of the Southern Pacific and another passenger train collided at Lacoste , IS miles west of here , at 9 : 55 oclock Thursday night . Three passengers , all Mexicans , were killed , and nine injured . The bodies of the dead were burned . The dead are : Guadalupe Cantee , Monterey ; Antonio Arizpe , Sabinas , and Manuel Trevino Santo , Sabinas . llumed to a Crisp . The three dead Mexicans were relatives of Gen . Geronimo Trevino , of Monterey , who was on his way to San Antonio , accompanied by his wife and son . The Trevinos were not injured . The dead men were in the compartment of the private car of Gen . Trevino . The Pullman car in the rear telescoped the private car , crushing them to death . Their bodies were not recovered until they had been burned ...

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INSIST 'UPON AWARD . [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 28 March 1903

INSIST UPON AWARD . . Miner * for G . II . Murkle » fc Co . Sny Thut TerniK of Arbitrator * Jlwit lie Strictly Lived Up To . llazleton , Pa ., March 27 . —The executive board of District No . 7 , United Mine . Workers of America , has notified G . B . Markle & Co . and A . Pardee & Co . , independent coal operators , that the miners will insist upon the award of the strike commission being carried out to the letter . These two tlrnis , according to members of the board , have suggested to the men that work be continued under existing conditions without regard to the arbitrament . The proposition was rejected at a meeting of the executive board . Young onions , crisp and mild flavored at Barton s . Home phone 500 ; , Central Union 281 . I Finest of line oranges at \ Y . II . Ow- > ens . . I Fine navel oranges at Barton s . Home phone 500 ; Central Union 281 . — , i Home grown honey . Kirkpatrick s . — . — , i Subscribe for The Dally Courier . Onion ...

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CURES CHRONIC CATARRH , [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 28 March 1903

CURES CHRONIC CATARRH , Hyomei Cures Worst Form of This Disease in Any Part of the System . It is the height of folly to continue doctoring a catarrhal disease by stomach drugging , when the whole ¦ trouble lies in the respiratory organs where nothing can reach the germs but a local direct treatment by inhalation . Hyomei is nature s remedy for ; the cure of catarrh . Just breathe it a . few times daily and it will effect a cure You may have catarrh of the stomach , liver or kidneys and Hyomei will as surely cure it as it will catarrh of \ the head and throat . The catarrhal j germ are in the mucous membrane or ! tissues and Hyomei not only kills the germs along the air passages , but enters the blood with the oxygen , killing the germs in the blood . The medicated dry air that goes through the air passages and into the lungs when Hyomei is breathed through the inhaler that accompanies every outfit , is rich in ozone , purely vegetable and filled with marvelous healing and strength ...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 28 March 1903

There Is no Rochelle Softs . Alum , Lime or Ammonlo In food mode with Calumet Baking I Powder -407 Mr THE BAKING POWDER TRUST- \ It makes pure food . | I LIQUID AIR ! ENTERTAINMENT I ! | ELKS 1 CHAMPAIGN 1 Lool < in ff and AUDITORIUM Flowing FiflllJir afternoon ANo evening Entirely 312 ° below zero yet Dr > l produces heat 3500 ° above zero ! Freezes Alcohol and Melts Iron Dozens of Instructive Paradoxes T \ JIR . F . D . RUGG will be here with the x Liquid Air and all the apparatus for demonstrating the wonder perform-, ed by this liquid , meanwhile explaining its production and action . A high-class , scientific entertainment . Matinee 2 : 30 . Adults , 35 c ; High 1 School Pupils , 25 c . Pupils Eighth Grade or below 15 c . Evening 8 . 15 . 50 all parts of house Seats Reserved at Spalding & Quirk s Drug Store Sat ., March 28 . i i _________________________________ Easter Opening OF ... WILL BEGIN ON THURSDAY , MARCH 26 CONTINUING UNTIL AFTER EAST...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 28 March 1903

I If s the Talk of the Town ! f THE PRICES WE ARE MAKING { J I and Trim — • Tl \ I GOODS WE CARRY IN OU & . , ? J BARGAIN DEPARTMENT J 1 Have you seen the stock ? New lines are arriving daily Jjj | ^ ^ 1 and the sales are increasing wonderfully . We propose to ! * * 1 || j I sell you anything you can use in the house , for wo have f U • I the goods and we will make the price . :: :: :: :: . ¦ fl I JUST A FEW PRICES TO PROVE WHAT WE SAY : . t ^ Jj I Carpet and Furniture Beaters . • . ^ .. —25 c to J 5 c I £ 9 « £ Child s Garden Sets .. ! 15 c to 8 c I \^ M I Scrubbing Brushes 6 c U P I ^ ! | | K Twenty-Inch Hand Saws : -- ... 37 c I > im Toilet Paper ( big rolls ) .... -.. ¦¦ 3 c 8 , m H Big Assortment of Glassware at - :.-.. 5 c , 10 c and 12 c 1 . flj a Dont forget that when you want anything , the place to look first is 1 , . M HUBBARiDS I a 119 Main Street , URBANA . ¦• , j § ^ v B _ - _ HH-qS / ^ MONEY TO LOANff PERSONAL , CHATTLE ORJEAL ESTATE SECURITY 1 ...

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fEASHERS 1 AM HOME [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 29 March 1903

fEASHERS 1 AM HOME I Champaign County S DelegaK / I ( ion . Returns from |; Bloomington . PROF . HAMSHER TALK VEa ? - *• ty < ^ Dr . Gunsaulus , # a Relation o ! If Religion to ScnWs-It Was gg £ v- a Successful Meeting . ^ t r / y The Champaign county delegation to ™ the gathering of the Central Illinois [ Teachers association returned home ¦ from Bloomington well pleased with the big meeting . They reported Bloom--Ington thronged with pedagagues and • the best of hospitality given . One of the features of the gathering was the address of President Frank Ilamsher of Urbana , who declared that public education has a two-fold object —iio make the citizen successful as an individual , and to instruct him as to his duties as a member of society . The mass of the people are honest and the greatest danger lies in iuefliciency * and ^ ignorance . We must respond to the [ - needs of the age in order to be effecl , tual , and we have aimed too much in m the past at the symmetrical...

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COLLEGE WOMEN MEET [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 29 March 1903

COLLEGE WOMEN MEET Branch of Collegi a t e Ass o ci a tion Enjoys a Luncheon . Sixteen Colleges Are Represented at the Gathering—The Ollicers and Those Who Were Present , The newly organized Central Illinois branch of the Association of Co . i egiate Alumnae met ax the Beardsley hotel in Champaign at 10 o clock yesterday afternoon and eiijoyed a luncheon . * * Sixteen , different colleges of the United States were represented at the luncheon . For some time local college women have endeavored ^) obtain a charter from the associatioiirand last fall success crowned their endeavors . Through the efforts of Miss Jayue and Others Illinois graduates were made e . igible to the organization . The local officers are : President—Mrs . A . X . Talbot . Secretary— . Mrs . T . A . Clark . Treasurer— . Mrs . A . 1 . Carmen . At the luncheon yesterday were the following , most of whom are in the association : Mesdames Carmen , Hacket , Talbot , Ward , Watson , Wells , Brooks , Clark , Fulton , Ki...

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THE DEATH OF JAMES THOMAS [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 29 March 1903

THE DEATH OF JAMES THOMAS James Thomas , a well known resident of Urbana , died at 5 : 45 o clock yesterday evening , a t the Thomas home , corner Walnut and California streets , after a long illness with cancer of the lip . His death came as a relief to sufferings which had been terrible for some time . - - Mr .- Thomas had been aff lic . ed for tmee year ., lie was operated on several times but the cancer had already made its inroads and caused his death . For the past two weeks he had been conlined to his bed . James Thomas was a native of Ohio , Having been born in that state June 24 , 1843 . He was married to Miss Sarah Joiner at _ Catlin , September S , ISO !) . The couple had lived here 17 years . Besides the widow , three children survive , Mrs . Lessa Landis and Frank and Edward Thomas , and an adopted daughter . Bertha Thomas . He served two terms as alderman from the Fourth ward and gave his constituents satisfaction . He was a member of the Methodist church , an Odd Fell...

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HEAR DR . TRACY'S LECTURE * ____ [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 29 March 1903

HEAR DR . TRACYS LECTURE * _»_____ Dr . N . W . Tracy interested another audience last night at the First M . E . church . The doctor is a novel temperance agitator and amusement and instruction combine in his lectures . Tonight he will . deliver his illustrated lecture , Footsteps of the Prodigal , which will be illustrated by moving and still pictures . Dr . Tracys campaign against drink » s expected to result in much good here . . - Diamond * Sonrlnjr . New York , March 88 . —Another advance in the price of diamonds is announced . Private cablegrams , from European brokers which were received by diamond importers here stated that five per cent . had . been added to the price of all grades of rough diamonds , the advance , to take effect at once . There was a similar advance five weeks ago , . and dealers said that still higher prices were to be expected in the near future . Will Stop I-olibylnW . Madison , Wis ., March 28 .- —The assemblyfbill prohibiting- political . lobbyists f...

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THE WILL WAS . PECULIAR [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 29 March 1903

THE WILL WAS . PECULIAR The last will and testament of the late Alexander Oltourke of Ludlow township , which has been filed for probate in the county court , is a peculiar document . Inasmuch as Mr . OKourke teft no relations , the estate valued at ! J -7 , 000 is divided into many bequests to- different persons . In case of the death of any of them , the bequests are to go to their heirs . After providing for the payment of nil his just debts , the following named persons are bequeathed legacies as follows : Mrs . Colin C . Tate cf Maywood , § 500 . Mrs . Mary Ann Tar . e , of Kacine . Wis ., $ 500 . Mrs . Abby R . Tate , of Milwaukee , Wis ., $ 500 . Mrs . Alice Tate , of Chicago , . $ 1 , 000 . Martha Mark , of Albeo , la ., $ 1 , 000 . Mrs . Jane Harvey , of Chicago , $ 250 . Carson Edge , of Kansas City , Mo ., * 700 . J Hugh Ilanley , of Ludlow , $ 300 . Sherman Edge , of Waterloo , la ., $ 400 . Ann Kearns , of Pomeroy , O ., $ 100 . The following bequests are made to be pai...

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BURGLARS PLY THEIR TRADE . [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 29 March 1903

BURGLARS PLY THEIR TRADE . Burglars are again at work in the city . During Friday night the residences of Nat Davis and East Main street and Dr . , T . W . Fuqua on West Elm street were entered . At the Davis home they carried off a gold watch and at Dr . Fuqua s a hat , coat and a purse containing a small amount of money were missed . Forty in a Day , Champaign and Urbana physicians are busy vaccinating people . One physician vaccinated 40 in a day . arid the rates are 50 cents , 75 cents and SI . Knights ot the Jimmy Were Abroad Last Friday Night .

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DR . DRAPER DENIES IT [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 29 March 1903

DR . DRAPER DENIES IT President Draper in a communication , brands the fake smallpox reports as wholly false . In his letter , the University executive says : I hear of much idle talk touching smallpox in our midst . It is all about the report-that a student was found with the disease in one of our buildings . There is no truth in it . It is being repeated from mouth to mouth that the University authorities have held special meetings with reference to the matter and have considered the closing of the University . There is no element ci truth in these statements . I am assured by the health officers i hat there have been six cases of the disease recently , and no more , in the adjacent cities . The health authorities seem to have taken care of these with commendable energy , and to be taking vigorous measures to prevent additional ca ? es . There has been no case in any way connected with the University community , and . there is no present cause for alarm on the part of students or ...

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KAPPA SIGMAS GAVE DANCE . [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 29 March 1903

KAPPA SIGMAS GAVE DANCE . The Kappa Sigma fraternity of the University gave an informal party at the Crystal lake casino last evening . The University Greeks entertained a number of young women at the party of which the principal amusement was dancing . The Fortnightly Club . The Fortnightly club will meet with Mrs . N . A . Riley , 501 West Main street Monday instead of with Mrs . Knowlton as stated in yesterday morning s paper . Erroneous information was responsible lor the mistake . Persons should be careful when telephoning announcements to this office that they have their data correct . Convention to Be Held , Assistant General Passenger Agent Merry of Chicago will hold a convention , of Illinois Central land agents . in Xew . Orleans May 25 , University Greeks Entertain Friends at an Informal Dance .

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DR . WILLIAM UPCRAFT . [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 29 March 1903

DR . WILLIAM UPCRAFT . Dr . Upcraft , who speaks at the Baptist ^ church this morning and evening is one of the most noted men who lias been developed by the modern system of missions . His work has been in China , where he has had many thrilling experiences . Having three times made narrow escapes when the Chinese rose up against the foreigners , lie went through the Boxer uprising , and was of assistance to the allies as interpreter . He will probably speak of his Boxer experience at the evening service . Everybody , whether interested in missions or not should hear this gifted man . He is an eloquent speaker , and much in demand throughout the country and has been secured for a day in Urbana , only because of his personal friendship for Rev . M . L . Rugg , pastor of the Baptist church . He will , beside speaking both morning and evening at the Baptist church , also speak at the vesper services in the University chapel at 4 p . m . The Noted Chinese Missionary in Urbana . At the ...

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DEATH OF Z . T . M'COWN . [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 29 March 1903

DEATH OF Z . T . MCOWN . St . Joseph , 111 ., March 2 !) . —The death of Z . T . McCown occurred at his home in the northwest part of St . Joseph at 1 : 45 p . m ., on Wednesday . His death was due to a complication of diseases , but was probably hastened by an attack of la grippe which settled on his lungs , while his illness da es back to about four years ago since which time he has been suffering with cancer of the stomach . About two weeks ago he went to Danville to consult a physician and while there he contracted a severe cold and upon returning home he gradually grew worse until the end . His sufferings the last few days of his life were very severe . All that medical aid and loving hands could do were done for him , but the hour came and he passed away to the great beyond at the time stated above . SCachariah Taylor McCown was born on February ¦ 10 , 1840 , in Franklin township . Harrison county , Indiana , and lived there until his marriage with Miss Jemima J . But . er , A...

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Made to kiss the flag . [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 29 March 1903

Made to kiss the flag . Boston , March 28 . —An unusual scene has been enacted on the United States revenue cutter Seminole , lying in this harbor . One day this week , one of the seamen , a veteran tar , broke out in the forecastle in violent abuse of pretty nearly everything . He proceeded in his vituperation without being molested lintil he called the United States flag a dirty rng and indulged in other unpatriotic sentiments . A quartermaster standing near reported this language to Capt . Rogers , commanding the Seminole , and the latter took prompt action . / Ul hands -were called to general muster , and the captain addressed them on the enormity of the offense committed by one of their number . < Then he compelled the culprit to kiss the flag six times and to repeat after him an obligation never to speak disrespectfully of it or to allow anyone else to do so in his presence . The name of the offender is not made known . l * rnn » Jerrc < i to Sjvedcit . O...

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NEGRO IS KILLED [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 29 March 1903

NEGRO IS KILLED TRIED TO BOARD A TRAIN And Did Not Have Secure Position—Coroner s Inquest Is Held . Edward Woolridge , a negro tramp , met a terrible death in * Champaign yesterday morning . Attempting to steal a ride on an Illinois Central train , he missed his foothold on a brake beam and was dragged a considerable distance . Woo-iridge aUempted to board the northbound passenger which leaves Champaign at 7 : 30 o clock . He took a position on a truss rod beneath a coach as the train was pulling out . When the train had reached the Washington street subway , in some manner he did not retain his hold . The theories are that he either attempted to get out , fell or was caught by the brakebeam . At any rate , the unfortunate young man was dragged as far as the Big Four crossing . He was badly injured in his back and thighs but survived three hours after he was taken to the Burnham ho ? xiital . He stated that his , name was Woolridge . He is said to be from Kentucky . A pocketbook con...

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SUIT OVER A LAND STRIP . [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 29 March 1903

SUIT OVER A LAND STRIP . G . C Webber was the plaintiff and A . R . Vorhees the defendant in a case tried in Squire Pauley s court yesterday . The dispute was over the ownership of a strip of land west or Vine street 25 feet wide . Mr . Vorhees was here from Chicago to look . after hia side which proved to be a losing one as the verdict was for the defendant . W . B . Webber for the plaintiff and L . B . Salter for the defendant , were the opposing attorneys . ¦ EMPRESS DOING NICELY . Frnctnred Arm Glvlnjr Her No Pain and She Vuhhch Comfortable . Xlprh * . Berlin , March 28 . —The following ! bulletin , was issued at noon : After a night which was mostly quiet , thet empress condition is satisfactory . The fracture , which is in a bandage , gives her no pain . Indlnnn Start for Washington . Missoula ^ Mont ., March 28 . —A dele > gation of Indians departed for Wash < iugton , where they will lay before President Roosevelt a complaint against the taxation of the...

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CLUBS ARE NOT TRUMPS . I [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 29 March 1903

CLUBS ARE NOT TRUMPS . I ** ____________ John Bull and Ireland Bury a Few and Will Set Out the Irish Land Bill on Their Graves .

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