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Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 29 March 1903

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 29 March 1903

Cheap Tickets To Many Points in the West , Southwest —AND— j Southeast -VIABIG FOUR ROUTE On sale the first and third Tuesday at each month to and including Acril , 1003 . ONE WAY SECOND-CLASS COLON- . IAL TICKETS AT VEBY LOW KATES PROM ALL BJG FOUH FOUNTS For full information and particularr as to rates , tickets , limits , call on . Agents Big Four Route , or address the undersigned . WAHBEN J . LYNOH , Genl Pass . & Ticket Agt . Cincinnati , Ohio . - W . D . DEPPE , Asst , G . P . & T . A . , , Cincinnati , Ohio . • JNO . A . GLOVER , Agt .

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ROBBERS BATTLE [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 29 March 1903

ROBBERS BATTLE One ol a Trio of Safe-Blowers Is Killed and a Second Is Wounded . 4ATTEMPT TO ROB BANK Officers and Citizens Aroused and Head the Men Off at Bedford . Cleveland , 0 ., March 2 S . —A desper-. ate battle was fought early Saturday toetweenthree robbers on one side and officers and citizens on the other , at Bedford , a suburb , resulting in the death of one of the robbers and the wounding and capture of another . Many shots were exchanged before the fleeing men were finally brought to earth . Very late at night three masked men entered the town of Garrettsville , 25 miles east of Cleveland , seized- the Sight policeman and bound andgagged him . The officer was then marched , to the post office , where he was compelled to witness an attempt , . to blow open the safe by the marauders . They finally , after working some time , gave up the job without securing anything o £ value . They then entered the store of E . E . George , where thej secured a small sum of money . Late...

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SOME BIG FOUR SHOP NEWS . [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 29 March 1903

SOME BIG FOUR SHOP NEWS . What the Mechanics and Railroad Men Are Doing These Days . Concrete floors are now being laid in the round house . Wood and Bryram are the names of two new engineers . The Machinists union is planning to give a big ball about May 1 . Machinist Buckbee and family have been visiting Danville friends the past few days . Charles Medrow of the pattern shop is laid up at his home with a severe attack of itouisilitis . - Machinist Frank Pope quit his position yesterday and returned to his home in Lafayette . Ceneral Manager Barnard passed through the city on No . IS yesterday in his private car . Passenger engine 570 is just off the drop pit after light repairs . Engineer Backus will break her in today . Machinist Harry Fleming has resigned to go to Hammond to enter the locomotive works at that place . Hog engine X : > is just out of the back shop after a general overhauling and will be given a try-out today . Conductor Charles Parker of the east local ...

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FIRE IN PENITENTIARY . [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 29 March 1903

FIRE IN PENITENTIARY . A Broom-Corn Factory at Joltet Burned—Convicts Show Excellent Discipline . Joliet , 111 ., March 2 S . —A fire at the penitentiary at night , broke out in the broom department , where a large supply of broom corn is stored . Warden Murphy , the guards and convicts fought the flames , but they threatened to spread , and the city fire department was summoned . After two hours fighting the fire was extinguished . It was kept within the walls of the shop , a huge two-story stone structure . The loss is estimated at $ 3 , 000 . Cause of fire unknown . There was intense excitement among the convicts , but perfect discipline -was maintained . Hard Coal Fonml In Montana . Havre , Mont ., March 28 . —A . G . Staten has discovered a rich anthracite coal mine about ten miles south . The vein stands vertical and is-four feet thick and . runs into one of the highest , mountain peaks in the chain of Bear Paw mountains . A specimen was sent to a chemical laboratory and prono...

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EXTENT OF THE FLOOD [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 29 March 1903

EXTENT OF THE FLOOD Whole Country Under Water as Result of Breaking of Levee . LOSS OF THE LIVE STOCK . Only Six Blocks in City Above Water—Wildest Excitement Prevails . Xew Orleans , March 28 . —Only six blocks of the city of Greenville , Miss ., are above water Saturday . No lives have been lost as far as known , but the situation is serious . Heavy Loss on Llvie Stock . Greenville , Miss ., March 28 . —The water continues to pour through the crevasse at Lagrange , five miles south of this city , at a fearful rate and the surrounding country for miles is standing in some two to five feet of water . The break had widened over night and is now about 400 yards wide . The wildest excitement prevailed here Friday night and reports of loss of life were received from the Tuxedo and Race track additions , but Saturday morning no confirmation of these rumors is at hand and it is believed that all persons living in these localities had sufficient warning to escape . The loss to live stock ,...

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A CLOSE CALL . [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 29 March 1903

A CLOSE CALL . Irish KiitlonalUtM llenert na . ltouta . tH Ministry Narrowly ExeiMHM « u > Overthrow . London , March 28 . —The ¦ Irish nationalists last night gave the Balfour ministry a warning of what is likely to happen if tlie new land bill is not amended -to meet Irish demands . The Irish members voted with the opposition against the government on an important question , and the ministry was saved from overthrow by a majority of only 13 votes . Had all tho Irish members been present the government would have been defeated . There is already a growing demand in unionist and conservative ranks for t-ht ! withdrawal of the land bill because of the alleged carping spirit shown by the Irish leaders . The British taxpayers , already smarting under the burden of a heavy war debt , are showing a disposition to resent the land bill . John Redmond s uncertain attitude is giving the Balfour ministry great anxiety . Lately the nationalists have consistently supported the govern...

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SAN MIGUEL DEAD . [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 29 March 1903

SAN MIGUEL DEAD . Neuva of Shooting of Filipino Lender Is Continned—llody Fttily Idea tilled . Manila , March 28 . —The report that San Miguel , the Filipino leader , was killed in Fridays fight near Mariquina , is confirmed . His body has been identified and . delivered to his relatives for burial . San Miguel , with his bodyguard , consisting of 30 men , abandoned the fort at Mariquina and attempted to escape , but the Macabebe scouts surrounded the part } % mortally wounded San Miguel and killed six of his bodyguard . After he . fell San Miguel emptied his revolver among the Macabcbes and died fighting . San Miguel was the last unreconciled Filipino insurgent . He failed to attain prominence during the insurrection . The bodies ofthc insurgents killed in the fighting at Mariquina , to the number of about 50 , were taken to Caloocan Saturday and were surrendered to relatives of the dead . Lieut . Reese and the other wounded scouts will recover . The . Mansfield Express , a newsy p...

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TE CHERS ARE HOME [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 29 March 1903

TE \ CHERS ARE HOME ( Continued from page l . ) water . It Is not living water , but after a time the whole intellectuality gets full of wlggletalls . The fountain of living water is what we want . Kvcn if It is ever so small , wli . cn the bucket is taken from the fountain , It Is tilled again and again . We are on the edge of a system In theology and philosophy in which idealism is likely to run ram- j pant . The teacher should dwell close , to the truth and should dwell on the , development of character . The per- i fectly scientific man believes that the j J soul shall not see death , and education i has failed largely in religion . 1 des- | pise dcuominationalism , but insist that j religion should be . taught in the j schools . It should be an education of j the head , heart and hand . The American Hag teaches the lesson that we are doing that which makes the French , Herman and every other nation want to develop that which shall make them like the American . The Salvation Arm...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 29 March 1903

IMISSM . DESMORSI | 206 E Green Street S ^ nHl OiQ 4 | URBANA , ILLINOIS IVIUllluiUl Mui . i . TKi . iUHONit 3579 . / LIQUIDrAIR ENTERTAINMENT ELKS j CHAMPAIGN | LooklX and AUDITORIUM Flowing hw m , i : r I AFTERNOON AND EVENING Entirely 312 ° below zero yet Dryl produces heat 3 S 00 0 above zero ! Frccics Alcoliol and Melts Iron Dozens of Instructive Paradoxes lyiK . V . U . KUCKl will be hero with the UnuUi Air mill nil the ntumnUus for lUiiHiiistrntltiK the wonder performed liy this liquid , meanwhile explaining its production ami tVclon , A liiKliclass , scientific entertainj £ a , . Matlncc 2 : 30 . Adults , 35 c ; High School Pupils , 25 c . Pupils Eighth Grade or below 15 c . _ evening 8 . 15 . 50 all parts of lions * v Seats Reserved at Spalding & I Quirk s Drug Store Sat ., March 28 . 1 PERSONAL , CHATTLE OR REAL ESTATE SECURITY FIRE INSURANCE WRITTEN IN SUBSTANTIAL COM- :: PANIES AT THE LOWEST POSSIBLE RATES :: Come in and talk to me about Red River Valley , Mi...

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I TMS BY I ' * UPCRAFT [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 31 March 1903

TALKS BY UPCRAFT II Noted Missionary to China ^ Speaks in This City Sunday . HIS BOXER EXPERIENCES Proved to Be Of Great Interest -- He Is a Wonderful Speaker . / Dr . Wm . Upcraft , charmed , interested and instructed crowds of people at the Baptist Chureh and at the University Chapel on Sunday . He is a forceful and eloquent speaker and is so full of his subject that to . tell as much as possible of his story , he speaks very rapidly , probably exceeding 200-words a minute . He said he sympathized with the Chinese in their dislike for foreigners . That-the Chinese were not very well liked in this country , and were not treated anss «*» o well , and human nal tine is about the same the world over . . Nineteen years ago , when a youug man of 23 , he entered upon his work in , China , and his experiences sound like romance . At the end of the first two years he had to come home as he ex- pressed it for repairs . He had been beaten and ropped , and stripped of his clothing and thrown ...

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CRIMINAL DOCKET [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 31 March 1903

CRIMINAL DOCKET i Many Cases Were Stricken in the Circuit Court ** - Yesterday . GRIFFITH NOT GUILTY « Was Accused-of Stealing a Ham —Entries in the Circuit Docket . Monday was the lirst day of criminal court and sundry malefactors were before the bar of justice . The criminal Socket was unusually light . There is no case of much interest , most of the i crimes ibeing setty ones . Yesterday a i numbe of cases were disposed of , many being stricken . William Griffith , who was . accused of stealing a ham in Champaign , was tried yesterday afternoon and found not guilty . The docket entries yesterday were : People vs . George Serrels , selling liquor—Motion to quash sustained and indictment quashed and defendant discharged . People vs . Edward Perrin , keeping open tippling house—Continued with alias . People vs . Robert P . Morse , embezzling—Continued with alias . j People vs , James M . Mitchell , for- . gery—Stricken . ^ People . Vs . Wni . J . Lowe , embezzlement—Stricken with le...

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THREAT BY PENNELL [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 31 March 1903

THREAT BY PENNELL Buffalo , N . Y ., March 30 . —The Burdick murder inquest was reopened Monday before Police Judge Murphy , for the purpose of hearing the testimony of Alexander J . Quinn , the bartender of the Hotel Roland , New Yorkcity , who , it is alleged , heard Pennell threaten to kill Burdick , and of F . G . II . King-, the cashier of the hotel . Mrs . Burdick stopped at the Hotel Roland during- her last visit to New York and Pennell visited her there . Both men declined to be interviewed before the . hearing began . When Judge Murphy tookhisseat on the bench he said : We-will close the Burdick case this morning , and owing to the absence of some of the witnesses from the city the Pennell inquest will beheld at a-timetobe announced later . The witnesses who have been subpoenaed in the Pennell inquest are excused until further notice . My statement in reg-ard t ^ the Burdick inquest will be handed out here to-morrow morning . Tello of Pennell s Threat . Alex G . Quinn , the...

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ASSESSORS GET BOOKS . [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 31 March 1903

ASSESSORS GET BOOKS . • y Gathered at the Office of County r . Treasurer . £ ¦ , it , - ; Tlis IsWRp ^ ear tlie Ileal Estate Alust Be % C- ¦ Re 3 raKHp § jE \ York Growing More §* - Cofriplicatfld—Clerk s Big Job . fflfe - In accordance with a requirement of Sthe law , the township assessors asRsembled in the oilice of Dan . P . Mcwlntyre , county treasurer and supervisIfflor of assessments , yesterday afternoon llfeo get their assessors books and to reScelve instructions . Many of the tenderHiodt assessors were sorry of their jobs ||| when they saw the pile ^ of books they ^ pwpuld be . compelled to carry around ^ feyer the township ^ to ascertain the ^^ atiinber of dogs , the value of real estate llpjjfiid . how many chickens the farmers llljj yiyes raised last * season . SB ^ Th e / Joolt ^ -. were pre pared by the P ^ 0 u Ai |^^ Srk and his assistants . This ^ IllljffiP JmS small ijob . There are four || i | p % 3 G |^^ ach towns hip and there are Mffienrcf ttght towlships . . T...

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LATEST MAP OF THE ANTARCTIC REGION . [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 31 March 1903

LATEST MAP OF THE ANTARCTIC REGION . The British governments antarctic exp ] oring partjyunder Capt . Robert Scott , R . N ., which sailed in th . e Discovery , and has been in the antarctics since tlvefall of 1901 , has , as cabled from New Zealand in the last few days , established a record of S 2 . 17 . The last previous record was made by Borchgre vink , who in 1900 reached latitude 7 S . 50 . The new record and the scientific results of the expedition , which are said to be of great importance ,- are due to a hazardous sledge trip of nir « ty-f our miles made by Gapt . Scott and a part of his crew . This trip was made In a temperature which was as low as 5 S degrees below zero , and over a mountainous country full of dangers . At one point the party slid 3 , 000 feet down a mountain slope at a terrific speed . One of the party was lost for a time and given up for dead , and another fell over a precipice . All the dogs died . The sledge expedition reached latitude S 2 . 17 , lon...

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A WRONG SIGNAL . [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 31 March 1903

A WRONG SIGNAL . ancPtown in the United State ^ Snd xhe world , died suddenly Sunday at his home 4848 Ellis avenue . Death wasdue to hemorrhage , resulting from an operatioE *^ triormed March 22 for an infection of the gall bladder . He had reached the age of 64 years . The end was entirely unexpected , as he was apparently well on the road to recovery . The sudden death of Mr . Swift removes the second of the great figures in the meat and packing industry in the United States . P . D . Armour died n little !• ¦ • •?)• two years ago . Mr . Swift b-.-g ; : !] his business career as a butcher , and left a fortune estimated at from yr . OIKi . OOO to $ 10 , 000 , 000 . Ail of this money he made in the course of 45 fycars by hard work . He was born at . Sandwich , on Cape Cod , Mass ,, June 24 , 1839 , of parents who had been Americans for several generations , and when he came to Chicago in 1 S 75 he enmeas a genuine New England yankee , determined to win a fortune in the great west . ...

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COST OF COMMISSION . [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 31 March 1903

COST OF COMMISSION . Washington , March 30 . —The anthracite coal strike commission was not a costly luxury . It was a necessity , and accomplished much at a small cost . The total expense of the commission was aborit $ 38 , 000 . Xo such important results have ever been attained at such small expense , said Mr . Moseley , secretary of the interstate commerce commission , who was assistant recorder to Mr . Wright on the strike commission . Xor has any undertaking ever been conducted along more business- * like and economical lines . Three of the seven commissioners drew $ 4 , 000 . each , in addition to a per diem allowance of 515 ; the other four commissioners and the two assistant recorders drew a per diem allowance of $ 15 each . Two stenographers received six dollars per day- each . The commission was organized October 24 and remained in existence five months , thus making the peri diem allowance approximately $ 1 ^ , 000 . ¦ Total Expense of the Government In Coal Strike Arbitr...

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FAST TRAIN WRECKED . [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 31 March 1903

FAST TRAIN WRECKED . Cleveland . O ., March 30 . —The fast west-bound ^ New York and Cleveland express train on the Erie road , due In this citVAt 12 : 4 ft p . m ., was derailed at Conct-ifj ! . near Corry , Pa ., while running at a \ reduced rate of speed early Monday . So far as reported to the headquarters of the Erie company in this city , no passengers were killed or seriously injured , although everyone on the train was severely- shaken up and a fe _ w _ M ! _ stn | ned severe-bnii . i s . ^ eiiMirateil l . Jlst Illrtiir ; -jj- . Xew York . March 30 . —Xoah Rnby will be 131 years old on April 1 . The usual custom of celebrating the birthday with a party will not be followed , for the aged man is very weak nnd & be excitement of such an affair prolJf jVly would be fatal to him . Raby was & Srn at Eatontown , X . C , on April lSi > S | p ?* A He lived in Piscataway township , ne 6 j £ New Brunswick , N \ J ., for So yearlp and for the last 50 ...

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