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Schools Closed at Odell. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 1 June 1901

Schools Closed at Odell. Odell, Ma} JJ —(Special.)— School closed thin afternoon with piogninnma In tho lower looms ttud an exhibition of the work of nil the glades and tho high hchool in tho high cchool room. Tim wotk exhibited lullocts a groat den! of carutil unit painstaking effort on the part, of the puptln and teachers and tint excellent work of last year appears to have been continued duilng Uilb >eai. The baecnJaureato tulCroßtt wilt bo gl.e» Sunday mid coiumuiicemenL will be Monday night at the Congregational church, Pilneipnl i'eatl Dullard bits at (.opted the position of principal In the Fairhuiy schools nt an Inn eased salary. The drinking fountain purchnHd by the W. G. T. U. was pieHenti'd formall} to the town in tho couriiu of .in nppiupilnlc piogramme Thutaday.

Publication Title: Daily Pantagraph
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Pekin Pointers. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 1 June 1901

Pekin Pointers. lvkln, May 81.—(Special )—Coronet Holmes was called from Pelavau to hold an inquest over tho remain l ) of the late Patrick Hupenny, who by au accident was wtonmod to death Aftoi \ Jewing the remains at tho home, the Jury piuceeded to tho sugar vvoiks, whole the accident occurred. Owing to the uljhoiicc of sevonil of tho wltnushes the Inquest was adjourned to .Monday morning at !> o'clock. The diy goods, clothing, giocery, hoot and Hhoe, book and himUtiic stores will commence early closing Monday evening, .luue ;{, Saturdaj evening excepted. The graduates of tho high school were given a reception this evening ni the Tazewell club by the alumni. 'J l)e> nelo also given u banquet at Zerivekh's that wan a feast of good tilings. Toasts weie given and responded to and It wn« an evening of pleasure t Mis, Prank Montgomerj left this evening for Mavsvlllu, Ky , on ncolpt of a tHi»gram that her daughter, Mrs Anna. li. .Louge. bad died Will In m Kelsh has...

Publication Title: Daily Pantagraph
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Reception for Charles G. Dawes. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 1 June 1901

Reception for Charles G. Dawes. Decatur, May :il.—(Special.j—Hon fiins. G. Dawes, Republican candid tie for United Stales /senator, was given u lowul at receptions In Dcuttur toduv, at the Country club, the Decatui club a-iid at the home or Hon. Jameu MlHikiu Introductions were mndu bv Postmaster Calhoun, foJjfpioi MUK W 11 -Starr and olherti. Mi. Dawes met hundreds or lepiesi nlutlvcn who pledged him beany suppuit. He will leave tomorrow foi Peoria.

Publication Title: Daily Pantagraph
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Decoration Day at Fisher. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 1 June 1901

Decoration Day at Fisher. PlUipt, May lil —(Special.)—Decoration oxeiclscs were held at Shlloh Thursdav. Til a proceiwiou, bonded by the (• A. It, formed at the 1 O. O I<\ buil-ling -it !) oViocU a m and proccded to the Shflou cometer>, whole the decoration of soldier gra\es took place. The proembion roturned the shlloh church, where the address was dellveicd by Ht v J. O Hmmirigor. The ladles of the church berved dinner and Ice cream on the lawn

Publication Title: Daily Pantagraph
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
True Lectures at Fisher. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 1 June 1901

True Lectures at Fisher. rihher, May 111.—(Special )—There wilt be un rtes or lectin ob by Catholic priests at Richmond hall June 4, f», C and 7. He v. M. A. Qulik, of Atlanta, Ilk, will speak on tho subject. "Why I am a Catholic" Tuesday evening, and "Some Things Catholics Do Not Believe" Wednesday evening. Rev. Krancin J. O'ltetlly, of Peoria, will hpeik ou the subject. "ConieKKlon," on Thun-day evening, and "Ik One Religion us Good us Auotht*r?" Kiiduv evening. Admission is free U> each lecture.

Publication Title: Daily Pantagraph
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
CONDITIONS OF TRADE [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 1 June 1901

CONDITIONS OF TRADE WAim, su.v.vv m;,i nn:i: m:i:imt to i-iir cuni's i.n t.oon .siiAi'i: Me.i.lliu-x., ,ir ■•rlriH In Moat Unrg .Still t'uatl iT Slliiutloii—Mrlliu huttlulut ntH Help home. Now Yolk May 31.—Brai]«lrcct»—TIio nii'.u-uHuiiublo w outlier lias bci'n the key of this general situation thlb week nml discouraging at i t hat been to tho retail Hade In tho cllli-s ami oountiy dlstilot* alike. lolimlliiß thu giouth of most eropn Imt iKirtiilaily corn mid oats In tlio nortlii'in half of the comitrj and cotton m the soiuli, withal. howo\or, thcic lb u feeing pro\nli-nt Unit n fo« «colli of warm number, u decided lnrlc of which so fai bill own noted this spring, would do much to plaoo mallei s of ionium rial ln a good or hotter comlltlon than n j ear ugo Apart from thcso features the week linn bom without niiisb change cu-pl that a lather better spirit him boon \lsIblo in the industrial sluuiimi nnd Hint Borne progress has been imule lowaid Ibe uittlemcnt of tho existing labor tro...

Publication Title: Daily Pantagraph
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
PRICES ARE STEADY [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 1 June 1901

PRICES ARE STEADY The sieadlni.Bi of the prices Is bill! a [■■aliire cereals being n„ high u , 8 n„|„. ly higher than a week ago, as much oiling to bad ciop i■■porta finm abroad as to tales of dij neailiei ilaninge In the iioithnest to wheat and too tool ncilhei for turn In Ui„ (niiiitry as a nhulu. As for some Minn lMht nnu biiilneim In Iron ami „uvi is small wbllo tin, piodnctlon on ouleis Is at the nuMiiiuni Kiwi bllleta an, lenipornilii scaice and Ift! cents high,.,, while lloMemer pig IS oft iwentj-llvo ,eills rililsbed piodileln geneially are sunn,; „„,i ti,„ „,U| B mu ilmuled with business Wheal shipments „,.,,. i.im.ooo bushels against I.IHJOno busi,,.!,, lußi.MMir. com 2iu;,ni)u b Ut |,„| s against :!,!,»" 000 a year ago

Publication Title: Daily Pantagraph
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
DUN'S REVIEW. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 1 June 1901

DUN'S REVIEW. It. 0 lluir-Wlillu llu. weather 111 Iho onsl.liiis hnnipeied tlio distributive Made o ii lousideiabl.. extern this -.icek. icnderliiß the season In some linen iniliei unf.h.,';f'"', lo,> ' ',!",'""" mn »»""' rcpo.l u„plmiiuuii MiiKlltluiiu, with uiicralluiia well ll|> tO 111,. lICICMII nVetllgO II Is tin, VCIIAOII wild, lilt- clop diiinatie minors niv always m-iiul, ami the* hnvc <ome (roin mnuy '.'.""."''"!' ~ ' "t >" u »" u '> l» « large pint one thou oilklii io biu'ciilnilmi The labor ullimtlni, is n inn.- brighter, jmiiy Bullion lmvi. been nettled mill ntholii mo expected to luminal,, shoitly. Iron mill stool inlih are working nt full capacity i,n,| more now plum,, |,nie ),„„„ In opeiatlon. Quotations are woll niuliilnlni.il without nny olloil to spoiii u .idinnus. running machinery In tln> ronttuo or lliu domestic business mid thorn In no sign or ifucroaoe in ih e export moicliioui of those pioiluot...

Publication Title: Daily Pantagraph
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
WHERE DECLINES ARE SHOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 1 June 1901

WHERE DECLINES ARE SHOWN. Thoie Is n little less activity among the mnnufnetuiera of boots and shops, some smaller plants reducing the time or closing down, ostensibly for the puipono of taking stock. Leal iter Is stlU Htrong and active for heavy solo and high-priced upper Block. The shipments of hoots and shoes ftom Huston have shown uu expected decrease fiotu tho phenomenally huge figures of tccent pi reeding weeks, hut la still \ery heavy. Since Jununiy 1 they ox. cecd last year's by 70,000 cases. Heavy btow'n cotton gooda are steadier nndci better Chinese Inquiiy, hut the local retail and jobbing trade Is restricted by unfavorable weather. Carpels and upholsteiics Improve, uud In staple clothing woolens there Is inoro activity, Thla brings out rnw wool moio f/eoly, but there Is not sulllcieut demand to mlvaiwe the pi Ices In the face of heavy stocks and the Inrgo new clip coming Howard Tn fuel, the accumulation of supplies has had a distinctly depressing inllucmc, and in tho Phi...

Publication Title: Daily Pantagraph
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Consolidation Reports Conflicting. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 1 June 1901

Consolidation Reports Conflicting. Pbllailelphla, .May .11—The lleioid tomoriow will say. "The differences between the ofilceia of the nelhlehem Steel Company ami icprcbcntnthos of Vlnors «x. Suns and the Maxim Company hli\e been adjusted and the consolidation Is now assured of the nngtlsh coin ei n and the Clamp and Ileiblehein cstiiMlshiunnls. Heiireienlatl\es of Molina Co and Loon Kului Co, of New York, were In Philadelphia yesteiday and uliide an ollleial Btatt-ineiiL to so\oral of the local men, the most interfiled of all, en to how the d( tails of the laciger had fiucu eoinploled." In direct conflict to the abo\e tho North Ameileati will say: "The negotiation for the a.ile of the Bethlehem Steel Company In Vii tors tz Sons and the Maxims are Anally elf, aeioidlug to Hobeit P. l.ltidc-imnn, president of the comp.tuy."

Publication Title: Daily Pantagraph
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Kentucky Woman's Crime. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 1 June 1901

Kentucky Woman's Crime. Covington, Ky., May .11 —Mra. Kate IR'SUr, aged 32 jt'ura, oimrreled with her huflbund. Utile, nged 42, ni Ihe supper tahlt» tonight fiiil eliot inul Id lied him, as will ua* ilielr :t->eai-old dnui;hu-r, after which she bleu out hi i own brilns The tnuoo of the unarm! Is unknown A united argument, was henid in tlio oning loom .it " and a fev minuted later &o\ui al tdioitj wu e heaid.

Publication Title: Daily Pantagraph
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Smiley on the Stand. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 1 June 1901

Smiley on the Stand. Chicago, Maj .J I,—Frank H. Smiley, v,ho tonfuHSod to coiiHphltig MiHi Dr. A. M. Ungur, l*\ W Hi own and Miss Mario DUenbaih in an endtavor lo hw Indie t\arloua lift* insumncc tonipinfen which lu-id policies on Mlsb Dcfeuaeh's life, was the chief witness at tin trial of Ur, linger and Hi own todaj Smtlcj tuld h«u he van hired to po&e as Mlhh Deftiib.ich't ptumUed husband Ho said be wab to be paid SI.OOU ami that Mini Dcfcnbai n mged from th<> suit thai she would die «oon of In ait dlHcane Shu wanted her In-uianco to go to her filond. Dr. linger.

Publication Title: Daily Pantagraph
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Chicago Physician Bankrupt. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 1 June 1901

Chicago Physician Bankrupt. Chicago, May lII—Or la ml n Miller, u Chliago physluhm filed n petit/on In bankruptcy todav scheduling his Indebtedness al ?fi<>7,ooo with no lihM'tß Moat of the debia were contracted In Denter pie\loua to IVjli Mlllei vas u hugo Htocltdealtr 'ln iho Common l.il National bank of that city, now iiuoHent, also of the 0 n MHI'T Hern'a Treatment company.

Publication Title: Daily Pantagraph
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Drowned in Calumet River. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 1 June 1901

Drowned in Calumet River. Chicago, May al.—John Uosllnski, William Hi ceiling" and Peter Joßky, three biidgo uuppntcra, were drowned tonight in Hie Calumet river at Ninety-mth street by the cup tiring of a ferry boat. I'l\i' companlona who w'eie thrown into the water wen* iceeutid bj the police. >

Publication Title: Daily Pantagraph
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
THEY GO OUT IN SYMPATHY [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 1 June 1901

THEY GO OUT IN SYMPATHY Mslnl Workuis tn AHHlat tho MnoMui»t«l*b Slimiuicnt aiuy bjiruid. ' "':'?%ss, Chicago, May 31.-Chicago's big machinists' strike actually began today more than a thousand men quitting work 1 " various nliopn and factories because .tlielr|s employers lefusod to sign on agreement*'! sont out yesterday (or n 12% nor crease in wagia and a nino-liour duy."ftES® Important deiolopment In tho wis the Inaugurating of,a str 1,0 by (ho metal workers.. A'uundredre and fifty men quit worlr In the different"]* •liopa to nld tho machinists. Others wlll")J bo called out, and It Is considered) thntWC thelt help will bo effective. It lsVox-%1 potted the bjmpathetlc movement.* wlU«t spread to other trades, but largo or men In tho allied unions who conjunction with the machinists wlll>bo|? forcul Into Idleness soon by tho laelc'otß mateiial. It Is estimated that thisywill ! l| n«ell the number of Idle men In tlia ma-*« chine shojis In this city to 10,000 ,v,lthln"&...

Publication Title: Daily Pantagraph
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
ALL EYES ON TORONTO. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 1 June 1901

ALL EYES ON TORONTO. Toronto, Out., May 31.—President/ambs-f O'Connoll and other ofllcors" of tho I !iitor- , i ; natlounl Association of Machinists.. "nro\>. gathering In Toronto for tho ninth hi-',' ennlal convention of the order, which Willi begin here next Monday. Owing to thoo conditions lesultant from' tho general's stillto May 'JO (he present convention will/" bo of supreme linpoitance to tho of Ibo uart and to all emplo>era and cm-",', plojes infected by ilio strlko. Unless", honuMhlng Intel poset 11 la highly probale'"' lhat the convention will take tadlcal nc-\ Hon to enforce lt« demands foi a, nine-' hour day wlthuut lednctlon of wages, tit Is possible, accenting to the opinions ex-) piessed by the olllceni and delegates al-'.' icitdy here, that the convuntlon may fix a ! day for nil rnllioads in lint United States . and Canada to sign an agieemont whoreby' tho machinists will be granted their/do-*. inands or to preclplinto a general tlo-Hp A In tho ...

Publication Title: Daily Pantagraph
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Captured a Kidnaper. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 1 June 1901

Captured a Kidnaper. Tlenlon llnrhor, Mny 31.—Chief of Pollco,'. Johnson unlay nrrestod landorc Roth H lilil--j nnper of Itoslo ales!, the 10-yenr-oliV .. ilniiKlitor of Millionaire Oiost, of 'New *. York. Hoth hiiH lieen worklni? In a lumber % >md mitl Intended to lejivo tho elty tonlKhi. It la filli-Bcil Hint Mtas Cleat wan ,4 s muled uIT b> Hiuh while rolurnlnu to her .linme from an u\enlii£ party Boveral woolen iiiio; Hint ho took hei to HulTnlo and,demanded u Jnr«o Mini for her release. Mt'la , chinecd ilrnl fulling in get whnt he naked - mid heininitiK altumoii nt tho ncllvity ot *' tho deloellM'S ho left tho njrl In Uuftolo nnii uiinio lo lloninn llmboi. Chief Jolm-., Bon bio a Unit letteiß woru found on rtoth " which dellnlloly conneut him with-tho' . Ctidahy nlidiicllon cue, but he declined'to" i nuiliij their conioutß known, i •

Publication Title: Daily Pantagraph
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Chicago Officials Indicted. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 1 June 1901

Chicago Officials Indicted. Clilcobo. -May St.—William J. I-awler, fat mar supervisor of Pouih Town,'and "* Henry J. Fuller, ronnor eolloetor, were „ Jointly Imllcleil by the Brand Jury today on the ehtllßu ot conspiracy to divert llio public fuuiln. Lnwlor In iidiltlonXwiU In- - dieted on two m purfite iiildlliooklVSßiauu,* ot pmbeirloinpni and of wlthlu*ldlnK'p'So-" 1 lie money. All the chargiyiifoniOi'undor! thu liond of felpny. '" fc^'&fe^l'j"

Publication Title: Daily Pantagraph
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
A Line From South Bend. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 1 June 1901

A Line From South Bend. Chlcngo, Miiy 31.—Tho'Kocord-Horaia-jil special lomnrrow will on apparently unquestioned nutUoritySth'Sr management or the lniHan(i,\"llllnolfe&l lowu inllromi has dctoimlrtod/to building Chicago connection Willi South' BendSarj("3 extend Its lines Trom Soulli Toledo 01 possibly both. . „ *V%|W

Publication Title: Daily Pantagraph
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Michigan Wins From Chicago. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 1 June 1901

Michigan Wins From Chicago. Chicago, May 31.—Tho UnlvcrsUyiPofS Michigan defeated tho' UjllvorsltjrEofl Chicago In tho annual *dunl tonnts.-tour-J niiinoni between tlio two ilay. Michigan won by 4 polntsno,t'v.of£ taking three matches or singles "and one! double. ~ * , -~ j ,t

Publication Title: Daily Pantagraph
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
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