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NORMAL COMMENCEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 1 June 1901
NORMAL COMMENCEMENT. 1 Innl livcriUfK uf iho Week ut tlin Mute I iil\t)rbit&gt;—l'n'ililtttilS Kiieeptlon I.i.M Mk'lil. —Yesterday morning at Normal was beM the forty-fic-coml iinuual commencement of Illinois State Normal Unl\ersit\. The weatlur man changed his schedule, turning out u bright day foi Hie event and e\or&gt;thlng seem* d combined to make the occasion, one of tile most pleasant In lh« hlbtoiy of iho Institution. At J» US o'clock In tho morning the unit nm "H to iho main building wore thrown open to ticket holduru who -were uniting In large crowds and four at roams of people pouring In, soon had Normal hall HI led to tho limit. At !&gt; 30 the eveidset, began, Mlsa Uernke Bright at the piano playing a march while the clubs and facult&gt; marched In fiom the Phltndelphlnn lull and took scuts reserved for nndthem In the front President Wax Id I-'olmley and ex-Prebidents Ilichaid IMwurds and ildwln C. llewott Dr. Hiclmid Edwards give the iino...
THE ADDRESSES [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 1 June 1901
THE ADDRESSES The Urst speakervvubMlss Loin M Dexhcimei of South Dakota and she gave an excellent pupui on "How the Homo and the Primal y School may Help Each Other." Josluh Campbell Hoke, of Moultrie county, took foi Ills theme, "Arithmetic, a Life Proems" Mi, J. Haiold Holnyelmuti, of Ford county, "A study of the teacher's lulluetice" Miss Florence Elizabeth Pitts, of Hloomltiglon, "Social study In the grades" All. Lee Irving Knight, of Macon county, "The social aim of education " Miss Clara Eugenia Trimble, of Tazewell county, "Education a giovvth." Miss Josephine Setf, of Stephenson county, "The rellnlng Inlluenco of geography" The themes wore all along pedagogical lines and* were veiy Intercating and were listened to with great pleasure by the audience. The themes wore lnlorspoised bv sevmnl good musical numbers. Mr. Hatty V/aggonoi snug "The Torendoi's Love Song," and Mr Arthur Loai sang "A Song of Thanksgiving," Mies Christine llrakel give a violin solo The mixed chorus sang ...
THE THEMES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 1 June 1901
THE THEMES. The following Is a Hat of the graduates nnd tlicli graduating theme uiltlen by each The Koi lint ion of llahlt in tho Schoolroom—lda Lena Fleieher, McLean county. School Lfpilpment mul EUilch—Grace I Matilda Alton, Mm shall county Oharncti'i nuildlng by Inspli.ilion of Ideals—George Lee rtnker. Pope tount&gt;. Method in Elementary Latin—Annie Maple Bioadhead. McLean rounty. Pin pose Sor\ed by Liteitituiu in the Public School—Samuel John Brooks, LoKim county, Uolunlenl Collections in the High School—Clarence Kdward Dint, Marshall countv. . Ph)slcnl expression as an Aid in the Ment.o Development of the Child—Maiy ! Kiln Caldor. Livingston county. Ph\ steal Gcoginph&gt; In the Grades— Sophia Catherine Cunienlscb, LuSalle county. The Useof the Imagination in the Study of Lltemtuie—Nellie Gtitrudc Claucoy, McLean County. The Study of Technical GrammarJulia Coffuum, Hdgar county. The Recitation in Geographv— Ldnn Lnona Ctawsnn, McLean county How the Home and th...
PRESIDENT'S RECEPTION. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 1 June 1901
PRESIDENT'S RECEPTION. Last evening In tho gymnasium building was held the closing u\ent of tho big week, the presidents reception. The members of the cHsh of 1001 nerd ptesent in full force bidding good l»e to their teachers and fiicnds and theie weto many cltlzpiw and visitors from out of town picbent. An orchestra furnished music for the guests and the occasion w,tn a very pleasant one Todav theie will be a whoiebalo leave-taking of Mudents who go to their homes foi the summer. One week fiom Monda}, on June 10. the summer term of six weoku will open at the university wlt.i the entile facultv Uioboni. -Theie will aleo is classes in the tiainlng sihnnl and n \ery large attendance Is expected and assured bv the correspondence already received
NORMAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 1 June 1901
NORMAL NEWS. —Lcax.o orders for Hunter's Ice cream at McKnight't? store. . —Mi Peteidon, of Quincy, 111 , is \isttIng at the home of bib mother on West Locubt Bticet. / —Mil. Krault Champion, of Cast Ash HtroL't, hus gone to Roanoke, 111., for u visit with friends. —Tliu Idlois' club will be entertained this afternoon at the home of Miss Jessie Cunningham on Cyprebß HlreoL. —Mr rinnlc Hogardus will ha\c charge of the grammar guides of the bumrnei school. A t\pographicnl eriot in jesttriluj'h Pantngtaph made it appear to be some other person. —Mr. and Mrs William M. Bedlnger, of KUlge rami, 111, hnve been guests at the homo of his cousin, Mr. William H. Uedlngei, of North Main street, while attending the Sunday school convention —Prof. W. W. Dlack went to C! Paso last evening, where be delivered the address at the high fachool commencement Today he gos to Chicago lor a bilof Interview with Di. Arnold Tompkins, with whom he will he associated In the Chicago Normal next &gt;oar...
MUST NOW BE CAREFUL. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 1 June 1901
MUST NOW BE CAREFUL. 'lhrouiin*: of ICnTum* on tin* Street 1% ill Not IK* lolcmteii —Penult} for Infr.ietion. —Beginning this morning everyone throwing lofubo of nn&gt; kind on the streets will be liable to a line An ordinance to this effect was passed May 10, and will be strictly enforced. The ordinance reads as follows: i 1507. Sidewalks—Castln,; Bofuse Fruit On—Penalty. t No person shall tnrow, enst, lay oi place on an} bldeuatk in tho city of Bloomlngton, the rind or peel of any orange, banana, apple or other fruit, undet a penult} of not less than $2 for each offense. ' 4 1?»US Throwing Liquid Onto StreetPenalty. No person shall tlnow or deposit any obnoxious water or other liquid in any pail of any street, alley, lane 01 public place, under a peualty of $2 for every such ofU'iisc , IiOP. Thiowing tttiiilewnre Onto Street —Penalty. It is lierobv dec! tred to bo n inisflcmeanoi lot any poison, lit in or corporation, or their agent* or servants, to thtovv 01 place In any ...
Lawsuit About a Pug. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 1 June 1901
Lawsuit About a Pug. —Saybiook Giuette:—What promises to be one of the most Interesting uml hotly contested cubes v»hlch lias graced the pages oi our police court docket will be fought SnHilda* beginning at 10 a. m. Ml P M". Crawford owned a pug dog, so did Mr William Jacobs, and thereby hangs a ttaU) tale. U seems that those eaulnes ha\e merged into one pug, or elae one anliiinl has strayed away, at least thero Is I but one dog left to fill a long-felt _\\ ant, and both gentlemen claim him. He had I been In the possehslun of Mr. Jacobs until ' jesterday, when the stern hand of the law, per Constable J. K. Brown, armed with a writ of reple\ln tore him ruthlessly away fiom his habitation and brought Mm to town to await the ductalon of the court as to whom he belongs. We kiw said dog In care of Constable Ilrown, and Judging from our limited knowledge of dogs he is woith a very small lawsuit. He seenib to ' take all the ups and downs of dog life philosophically and wagH his tall and bh...
Several Sales of Cattle. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 1 June 1901
Several Sales of Cattle. —Mr. James M. Martin of Merna sold a car load of cows in Chicago Ma\ 29, at $l5O —Mr. Unnlel Humphrey Jof Cropsey sold a load of hla cattle in Chicago May 2£), at. $1.30. —Mr. W. E Waid, of Cropsev, was In Chicago May 29 with two cars of cattle which sold at $5 05. Mr. 11. F, Humphrey, of Cropsoy, marketed two cars of his cattle in Chicago May 29, at ?f» 20. —Mr. Lee Rust of Randolph sold two ears of cattle In Chicago May 23 at $5 S5, and n car of hogs at $5 93. —Mr. Silns Sclud, shipping from Kerrick, had u cur lon J of HCO-pounil canto in Chicago May 30, Jind tbe&gt; brought *— Mr. W. A. Mnlcomb, shipping from Kerrlck, hud three loads of catlle of his own feeding In Chicago May 30, and they sold nt $5 30. —Mr. 11. L Barnes, of Cropse*. had seven cars of cnttle on the ('likaco market May 29. Ntnety-seAen head sod at $3 and the balance at $-1.70.
Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 1 June 1901
Siff. Heldman's For Spring and Summer. \kl Our display is perfect In striking new styles—made 13,1 after the approved model;, of swelldom —and differing vM from your mads-to-order garments in pi ice omy. f jj,! We are also showing now a vast variety of summer outing garments In cho ! ce striped flannels and other llgnt fabrics—both i ned and skeleton make. No other | house can quote such low prices as we do Icli Styles for the Young displayed In our wonderful boys' and children's department No concern in Bicomington can show such a variety as we do In exclusive new styles Washable Suits That are Washable. We have all wou!d-te competitors guosslng They do not know where we get all these svell and exclusive makes from. We have them from the cheapest to the finest in dome:tic and imported fabrics. Extra specials in white negligees In madrases and silks. Popular Clothier and Haberdasher. I! 2 &amp; 114 Main-sl. [HWifsnvasirai^raasßKKaiEMCtiEßwr^EPm^ .Try it 4* Then you'll buy it...
Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 1 June 1901
sfe2fc*;3 ■ssv M Unquestioned The Season's Triump i Clothing Sale. |£3S^ Our sale of the Moorw &amp; Bslr • ( stock has clothed hundreds 0 [ mtn ( at a saving of hundreds of|doil 3rs j This sale has been a triumph of modern methods of clothing retailing—la ; r i ur in the number of PLEASED PURCHASERS and in the amount-of morley sa them by our colossal purchase. Everyone , *■ knows there is no better clothing tailored / than that of Moore &amp; Beirs, of Rochester, N. Y. There still remain many hundreds of fine garments from this superb stock. -,, Any man who buys clothing this week without first examining these offerings will miss an unrivaled chance to save money and get the season's most stylish and dependable garments. ""' ' 1 MP'-n'ft These suits com P rise tne stylish i | ITICU 3 4JWLIH3 olive green fabrics, nobby oxfords, correct brown and striped effects —they are lined, tailored and trimmed in a superior manner Several dollars easily saved at sale price of A ...
MACHINISTS MEET [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 4 June 1901
MACHINISTS MEET Two Hundred Delegates at Opening of Annual Convention at Toronto. O'CONNELL'SREPOItT SHOWS Organization Has 7,4.0'! N*w Xames— Have Won Most of the btrikts Engaged In. Toronto, June 3.—-Tho annual convention of the international association of machinists - opened! hero today. About ;00 delegates wore present. Mayor I lowland, on behalf of tho city extended a cordial welcome to tho visitors and expressed the hope that the stiike would de sealed to their satisfaction. In his annual address, Piosldent O'Councll showed that during tho past two yeais 107 charters weio issued and with a mcmbeiship" of 7,401. During his term the executive had approved Cti strikes inlolving 11,560 machinists of which 43 weio wen or settled on a compiomise and ten lost". The piesldont asked that the law be changed so as to compel local unions before striking to obtain the consent of the gland lodge. Regarding piece work the address recommended either to accept it on condition that tho employe...
WAGES ARE ADVANCED. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 4 June 1901
WAGES ARE ADVANCED. Hartford. Conn., Juno 3.—Eighteen hundred men who ha\o boon on a strike here, returned to work In six machine (.hops today, the companies having (-•lanted their demands of nine hours a dnj with ten hours' pay. About se\eu bundled machinists from other shops are tllll out Youngstowu, 0., June 3.—The National Tube company. United Slates Steel corporation, today voluntarily advanced the wages of all workers in the Youngstowu plant averaging: 1*54 cents per day. Neport News, Va., June 3—Three hundred machinists struck this moining at the Newport News ship yards. The other departments were unaffected.
Will Be Secret Discussion. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 4 June 1901
Will Be Secret Discussion. Havana, June 3.—At an informal gathc.ing of delegates of the Cuban constitutional convention this afternoon it was decided to hold a secret session Wednesday io dlspuss the afllcliil document which G'jn. Wood expects to receive from Washington by tomorrow's mail, the contents of which he promised to communicate to the convention.
Mrs. McKinley's Condition is Unchanged [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 4 June 1901
Mrs. McKinley's Condition is Unchanged Washington, June 3.—Dr. Rlxey, after remainlng in 'the white house nearly three hours tonight, said that there had been no chango in tho condition of Mrs. McKinley. At 11 o'clock sho was resting comfortably. The complaint which manifested Itself while Mrs. McKinley was away from Washington and which so seriously sapped her strength, has been checked, but Its effect has been to leave her in a weak condition. There will be another consultation of the physicians in the morning.