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FOR GOOD OF STATE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 4 June 1901
FOR GOOD OF STATE. "In eonsontliig to hold my commission 1 wish It understood ilnit it is In tes-fionso 10 jour intiiotlc appeal that it Is for tho good of tho slate, not because I feaied to go before the Jioojile anil dlscut* Willi tho senior senator oi others the national Ihsues of tho day. I inn a public servant of ihe people nnd it Is mv duty and pleasure always to promote their Interests in every way I ran." ,
SEARCHING FOR A NEGRO [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 4 June 1901
SEARCHING FOR A NEGRO KntiMih City lVnplH Afior Ah-milunt ot an A noil Wuumn. j Kansas City, Juno 3.—While rocking o baby at her homo on' Second Rtroet unit Woodland avenue this afternoon Mrs. Maiy Schiller, aged 70, was stitick down with a hatchet by n nemo, who then ransacked the liouso foi valuables. Mis. Schiller's bkull was fractaled twlco and her condition Is considcied cilllcal. The negro escaped and Is being seaiched for by a large number of neighbors and olllceis. Till eats of Ijuchlng uie freely made.
SHOT AN ACTRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 4 June 1901
SHOT AN ACTRESS. Clitcne.o, Juno S.—Edward Koishay, of Kansas City, actor and assistant manage! of theatrical companies, tonight shot and killed Miss Rdmi Stokes, an actiess, whose home Is nt Sedalla, with whom ho was deeply in love. Korslmy claims to lui\o met Mibb Stoke") lu St. Louis slv yeais ago, when they were both playing an engagement. The couple played in different cities of the country until last fall, when they came to Chicago and became members of a stock company at tho Victoria theater. , i The couple engaged In a despoiate quarrel three days ago. Foishny is said to have beaten the actress badly. Miss Stokes gave orders to the piopiietor of tho Vernon hotel, ut which she was stopping, that Forhhay should not be admitted to her piesenco and, although he called there twice during the eaily part of the evening, he was compelled to leave by the attendants Later Miss Stokes met him In the pallor and the couple talked for about ten minutes, when Forshny shot her.
SHOT FIANCEE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 4 June 1901
SHOT FIANCEE. Pnrkersburg, AV. V'n., June .'(.—Daniel Spencer, aged 26, was accidentally shot and killed .it the home of his llnncce, Miss Mattle Aicher, today by her sister, Delia. Spencer was exhibiting a new revolver, when she took it with the remark, "I will show you how It woiks." The revolver was dlschurged and Spencer fell dead.
TWO TAKE POISON. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 4 June 1901
TWO TAKE POISON. Lincoln, Nob., June 3.— J. Albert Brink, city solicitor for a wholesale grocery house and a lending young society man, and .Mrs. "Walker, at who nillttJc is known, took poison nt Brink's loom ut the Llndell hotel In an effort to commit suicide. "When found at 1 o'clock this morning the woman was dead. Brink has a fighting chance for hifc life.
LONG COMMENDS DECISION [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 4 June 1901
LONG COMMENDS DECISION Secretary SusH Killing iti litKubir Cases Wilt Mrcuglliuu (imermnuiil. Denver, Col., June 3. —Hon. John D. Long, secretary of the navy, passed through Uen\er en loutc to Washington after n visit of about two weeks with his lamily, now stopping at Coloiado SpMugs. While heie lie ga\e out lor the first time a statement of Ills views on the supreme court decision in the Porto Jtlco eases It follows. "The decision of the Downes case sustains tile go\omment and is in acioidanco with tho views of the Republicans in congress. I understand Unit It iccogni/es fullj and clearly the power of congress to legislate ill Its discietlon with regnnl to the levenue relations of our insular possessions. Any other constiuctton of the constitution than this would liavo made the regulation of oui relations with the new teirltoiies a. mass of inextricable confusion and iueitlclcncy and an example of how not to do it, and what would have resulted in tho stay of our commeicial progies...
A Corner on Wheat. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 4 June 1901
A Corner on Wheat. Chicago, June 3.—Humors of a coiner In July wheat uru rife on the hoard of tiade today. Despite the situation, which otherwise would have caused a decline of price*. July sold up to "Side and closed VAtv'l%e higher than Saturday. The buying was led hy an tnlliientlal commission house, which, during the past fortnight, Is snli] to have absorbed 10,000,000 for delivery next month. The oppoitunlty lor 'squeezing" shorts, it Is said, lies in the fact that com/act bterete In Chicago are now less than 0,000,000.
A SENSATIONAL REPORT [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 4 June 1901
A SENSATIONAL REPORT risor. woi.r, at uinir.itAN svnod, SAV!&gt;"ifiKi:s&lt;&gt;i - i'ii:rv iiuhn i.ow." Apportionment Allotments Given Out !&gt;&gt; ColiimlUco--YoHtotdu} Was Church Kxwmtdon Llaj. lies Moines, in., June ."!—l'iof K. J. Wolf of GottWiurg, Pn., 01 paled a senbutlon In ilh&gt; Lutheran »&gt;not| imla\ by bis repot t oit tlto coudiilons of the chinch, sn&gt;ing there was n woeful luek of spltltuullty and godtiuobb In the denomination Utiii the lite of plelj but tied low. lie said: "Out church ha.! sulleied vessel iotislj fiom defeclho gouuninent, and as long as loud voices nio lieaul for Indhlduallbin and unbildled libel ty, as its long lib the geuoiul goud must bu biihuidluuteil to the llghtb ol pi hate Juilgniciit, our plotless must halt and our Institutions languish. The lovo of mniiy for the elnndi has giown cold. Theie Is no disguising Hie pievalont laxity and ban illness, tile low estate of piety ani...
REVISION COMMITTEE ACCEPTS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 4 June 1901
REVISION COMMITTEE ACCEPTS. Philadelphia, .ltnio 3.—Uev. Dr. W k . 11. Hobcitb stated clerk of the Prcabylerian general assembly to day received a tolograin Horn Ilov. Dr. Henry G. Mlnton, modiator, announcing Hint all mombora of tlio committee appointed to rovlau the eonfeasloii or fullh, had accepted and would servo. Pursuant to Mlulon'a lnsliuctlnns, Roberta Issued a call for tlio ill 81 meeting of the revision committee to be helil at Plttbbuig on Juno IS The ■ esolutlon adopted at the lccent (suticinl aaaembly incicased tlio mmbeislilp of tile committee to twenty-one, continuing the nicmbeis of the old'commllteo and electing Dr. Million chniimuii. The new members nio llev. Dr. Henry 0. Mlnton, synod of California; llev. Or. John DeWltt, New .leiaej; llev. Ui. J. Hoss Slevoiibon, Mlsbotul; llev. Dr. D. W. Moffat, Indluna; Uev. Dr. S. LI. McCnrmlck, Iowa; lion. John W. Foster, Haitimore; Chin lea T. Thompson, Allnnesola; Following are tlio mombeia of the old committee: llev. Dr. ...
MARRIED TO HARRY LEHR [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 4 June 1901
MARRIED TO HARRY LEHR lln, John Vtulnli Dnlilgrrn lleciinien llm wire or scm-liii i.iiim. New York, June B.—Mis. John Vinton Dahlgren was married today to Harry Lelir, the well known New York society man, -whoso Use to a position of prominence in Gotham society elides has been attended by inure or less notoriety. A featuie of the wedding of which the gioom Is suld to have boasted was the fact that ho was the only man piosent who is not rated a millionaire. The combined fortunes of nix men who acted nb ushers Is estimated at $1,000,000,000. The men wh'u peifoimed this sei vice for the bridu and gioom were Claienco Mackey, \V. H Vandeibilt, Jr., George Could, O. 11. I'. Belmont, Thomas Wunomiikor, and John Jacob Astor. Dm lug the last year Ilniry Lchr In the capacity of pihnle serrlniy to Mrs. Astot, luib acted as the ill biter of elegance of New Yolk's "foui bundled" Lelir comes of a prominent Baltimore family and has been known In this city less than four youib Mrs. Ilnblgrcii la th...
For Confederate Veterans. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 4 June 1901
For Confederate Veterans. Atlanta, On . June 3.—The Confederate Soldiers' Home, a state institution for the eaie of Indigent veterans, was opened toduy.The ntuiiveisary of Hie hlith of Jefferson Davis was observed lis a public liollday In this city, and the crowds whieli witnessed the opening o\ciclhes woio large. Speechoii weie made by Gov Allan D. Candler, Ciaik Howell, president of the senate, John D. Little, speaker of the house of lepiesentatlves, and Mayor Livingston Minis, of Atl.inlu. The homo Is beautifully situated about live miles from the center of Atlanta. Sixty veterans were admitted tod ly. It was though the work of Homy W. Cindy, as far back as ISSS, that the soldiers' home became established.
Mysterious Suicide Identified. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 4 June 1901
Mysterious Suicide Identified. lluillngion, la., June 3.—The mvslcrlous man who lonimlttettl suicide at Crapo Pailc several weeks ago and was believed to he I''. Sliepheid, was Identified today by bis son as 1'". S. i'oivy, a one time wealthy fanner noai Newton, la. The body is nuw In n medical college vat nt Klrk-ville, Mo., and will be secured and burlud by the son.
Newman Goes to New York Central. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 4 June 1901
Newman Goes to New York Central. New York, June 3. —At a meeting of tin- directors of the New York Central rallioad today William 11. Nonnmn, president of Hie Lake Shore, was elected president of the New York Control and Hudson Hlver Kailtoad Company to succeed Samuel It. Callaway, icslijnod. New man has not jet resigned the iirealdency of tho hake Siioie, !&gt;o he la now ure&amp;ldent of both roads.
MRS. EDDY'S TRIAL [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 4 June 1901
MRS. EDDY'S TRIAL Secretary of Directors of Board ot Boston Church on Stand. - • JUDGE TELLS THE PLAINTIFF Tliut Tlioy Must Vrmo Ijuikuiiko Wni In. tomlml for an, Woodbury, ami • ho Understood. , Boston, June 3.—Th 0 trial of tho Ilbol Milt of .Mrs. Joseph C. Woodbury against Mrs. Muiy G. Eddy, head of thu Christian Science church, which bpguu last week, was lesiiincd today. Cross examination ot W. 1). Johnson, secretary ot the hoard ot dli colors, nnd clerk of the Wrst Church of Chilst, Scientist, was resumed. Elder, counsel lor the dofondnnt, objected to tho question as to the meaning of the words "my story or Iniquity," contained 111 tho" alleged libelous mesniigo from Mrs. Eddy to the clnndi. Tho court luletl that tho iiuestlon might bu answeied, but tlto auswer bliuuld have no weight to show what was Intended, by Ml*, Eddy. Judgo Hull said Unit the plaintiff must piovo two thing's, nnniely: Tlmt iho defendant Intended the language used to apply to tha pliiluiif! and that her he...
High Diver Fatally Injured. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 4 June 1901
High Diver Fatally Injured. nulTalo, N. V., June 3.—ln tlio mldwny .show at tlio e\po«ltlon tonight Teddy Oliver, aged IS), was piohably fatally InJiued while diving fiom n bicycle on-a platform forty feet high Into u pool of water. He lost Ida balance as he was about to make the Jump and was thrown headfoiemcat Into the shallow water.
Combine of Shovel Plants. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 4 June 1901
Combine of Shovel Plants. Pittsburg, Juno 3.—C. C. Lorfng, of Boston, who was one or the orgnnlzora of tho American Stool mid Wlro com-' puny, in Pittsburg, lo 'interest ,01a Hlinvcl innnufncturois of western Ponnaylvunla In 11 pioposed ; comblniitlon of shovel plants of the United Stales. Enstcrn anil western iiunutnclurers. It la said, Imve agreed to Hie consolidation nnd Mr. Loring expects to securo the signnluios of tlio Pittsburg miuiufueturera thlb week. Tlio proposed combliiution Is to bo capltnlUed at about $10,000,000.
TELEGRAPHIC FLASHES [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 4 June 1901
TELEGRAPHIC FLASHES —llaso ball at l'rovidonce, Drown 10; Chicago 1. —Tlio Forty-fifth Infantry United Slates valunleeis mustured out at the Pi esldlo yesterday. —Jacob W. Weeks, one of tlio members of directory publlbhing flim of It. L. Pollt and company died at Dotiolt, aged sixtylive. —Specials fiom Sallna Kim, say that a portion of the alatc Is being visited by ii severe Blorui. Italn fell Inst evening and turned Into bail. It is expected that much damage to wheat will euauo. —The Kairmount bote! Nt Bristol, Tenii., was buincd yesterday afternoon the Haines being started by children playing In the attic. The hotel was totally destroyed, Involving a loss of $105,000. —The steamer Itniiald Trlnldnd for New Vorlc, anchored In distress today off Atlantic City. She has cnigo of pitch and In In dangei of capsl/lng from tho heavy shift of the cnigo. Slio was visited yesterday by tile life saving crew. —The will of tile late John \V. Doane, pioiulneut merchant aim tanker of Chicago, was...
AMERICAN LEAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 4 June 1901
AMERICAN LEAGUE. At Detroit— R II D Detioit 1 0 3 Philadelphia 2 0 2 llatterles—Miller and Buelow", Plank and l'owets. At Cleveland- R II E Cleveland 2 S 1 Baltlmoie 7 G 1 Battel les—Dow ling and Wood ; Dunn and Bicsnahan. At Milwaukee— R H 13 Milwaukee 4 0 5 Boston 2 3 1 Butteries—Sparks and Connor; Lewis and Sell reck. At Chicago— R H H Chicago 3 4 0 Washington 5 8 1 Battel les—Patterson and Sullivan; Patton and Cluike.