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HQOSIERS VICTORS ( Continued from first page . ) [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 7 March 1903
HQOSIERS VICTORS ( Continued from first page . ) this question under discussion would make a poor treaty , but that it would be a bad bargain any way you take it . lie maintained with much energy that it would be a radical departure from all American precedents , and said that it was not our policy to make tariff treaties that would cripple any of our industries . lie stated that Canada had it , he same Anglo-Saxon blood as we , and that her natural resources would enable her to become one of our greatest commercial rivals . N oah Knapp made the closing speech for Illinois in support of the atiirmative . lie had wisely interviewed S . D . North . general statistician of manufactures for ltXK ) , who lectured here recently , and in rebuttal quoted him as saying that this treaty would not hurt one American industry . . . 1 . L . Pinks made the closing speech for Indiana . He showed that under the present law our . trade with Canada was increasing , while that ot England with her colon...
Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 7 March 1903
Dont Forget That While in our Bargain Department excitement in ^ creases , bargains grow bigger , crowds better pleased than ever before , New goods arriving daily . THERE ARE OTHER THING ^ I YOU / SEED . Washing Machines , Churns , Wringers , Ranges , Cook Stoves , House Furnishing Goods . Largest Assortment of Hardware In the County . / Tablets , a 10 c article , 5 c . Reliable Thermometers , 5 c . Tablets , a 5 c article , 3 c . Toilet Piper , per roll , 3 c . We Underbuy and Undersell , Quality Considered , on Everything U / Urbane X iiubbaru , r fil ^ is . ^ MBHH | BDS | H ^ BBB ||| inBBIIWMHIBHHHIUHtt I Thero la no Rochelle Salts . Alum , Lima or Ammonia In food made with Caluifiet / Baking ! Powder —norm the bAinq / owder trust—It makes nare food . ^^ mmmmwmw \ JT I mmmimmmmmmm ^ mmmimmmmmmmmm i i nil i id hi i ii i I * $ g * JOINT STOCK CO .- J ^ ^ &gt; NO . 10 MAIN ST . CHAMPAIGN . CLL . 5 m j S jjjj VWtWW ^^ WWWWVVVUVkWVVWVWVWWWWVV * ag ^ Forty Champaign Co . Stock...
g , v UccRcbl ' OF FORGERS [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 8 March 1903
g , v UccRcbl OF FORGERS Paul Bradley , Young Man Who Forged Big Check , Is Fastidious . BORED AS HE PLEAD . GUILTY Visible Air of Ennui About the (| 5 * Man Who Is Certainly Fastidious- - l aul Bradley , alias Fred W . Both , appeared before Judge Solon Phllbrick yesterday in the circuit court . He plead guilty to two charges of forgery With the utmost sang froid and nonchalance , flicking an invisible specie of dust off his immaculate clothes , as he loked around the court room with an air of extreme ennui . Braley several months ago attempte to perpetrate a bold forgery upon the Citizens bank of Champaign . He presnted for deposit there a check for $ 1 , 000 on ex-Sheriff James Sloan of Danville , who , he said , was his uncle . Bradley told the bankers that he was ging to attend the University , and that the check was a sum for his maintenance while in college . It will be remembered that Bradley attempted to check out some money by moans of p , urchaS 3 , but was immediately ar...
NEWS OF CIRCUIT COURT . [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 8 March 1903
NEWS OF CIRCUIT COURT . Howard Dillman Loses His Appeal Against the City . Saloonist Must Pay a Fine—Frank Irvington Pleased—The Entries in ( be Docket Yesterday . There was considerable business in the circuit court yesterday . The Oity of Urbana , whose case against Howard Dillman , for selling beer to a boy , had been appealed by the defendant , won the appeal and Dillman was fined $ 57 . Frank Irvington , of Eantoul , who has been in jail on a charge of bootlegging , - was released yesterday by nabeas corpus proceedings . Irvington has been in trouble more or less all his life . He was sent to ilne penitentiary several years ago for participation in a cutting scrpe , but gt off because the word felonious was omitted from the indictment . - The court adjourned until Monday morning . Members of the grand jury who have finished their duties for the week , went home for a day s rest . The orders entered were : . Mamie Anderson vs . William Anderson , divorce—Heard by court and rindi...
TRAGEDY IS ENDED [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 8 March 1903
TRAGEDY IS ENDED D . C . Amick Died at Home in Champaign Yesterday Morning . THOUGHT WIFE WAS NEAR Never Learned That She Had Taken Her Own Life—Two Funerals Today . Believing that he saw at his bedside his wife , who had committed suicide because of his impending death , D . 0 . Amick died yesterday morning at 1 : 15 oclock , at his home on White street in Champaign . He was never told of the rach deed of Mrs . Amick , and died in ignorance that she had died before him . So ends a tragedy in real life . Last night the remains of Mrs . Am- two years ago , and is a most estimable young lady . She has resided In Adams county since childhood , and comes of a well-to-do family and highly respected in the community . Mr . Busbooni is a prominent farmer of Compromise township , where he has resided for thirty-four years . Mr Buebom s host of friends will warmly congratulate him on the happy event and will wish him and his wife a long and happy married life .
AN EASTERN GAME LIKED . [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 8 March 1903
AN EASTERN GAME LIKED . Illini Woul | d Like to Meet Pennsylvania on Gridiron Announcement by Wizard Stagg That He Has Scheduled West Point Stirs Local Football Enthusiasts . Hope that Manager Huff of Illinois may be able to arrange a footbaU game with Penncylvania is springing again in the breasts of the University and Urbana football fans , since the announcement yesterday that the wily Stagg had arranged a game with West Point , to be played next fall . With George Woodruff for coach , who would expend every energy In try-, ing to turn out a team to beat the Pennsylvania eleven , there is no reason why Illinois should not cope on equal terms with the red and blue ag--gregation . But there is only a faint hope for a game with the Easterners . Manager , Huff and the authorities of the east , em institution are bath willing to play , but failure to find a date suitable for both teams will probable cause the negotiations to fail . The important intersectional football news was brough...
ROBERT F . HEATER . [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 8 March 1903
ROBERT F . HEATER . Another Aspirant for Road Commissioner Announces Himself . In today s paper will be found the announcement of -Robert F . Heater , as candidate for the office of road com- * h mlssioner for the third district of UrJrjtfJjytiana township . ¦ cZ ^ iMr . Heater has lived In Champaign county all his life , and In Urbana township for Ihe past five years . He has been a farmer all his life and he knows the value Of good roads . He is a young man of energy and up-to-date ideas and would make a good officer . If nominated the people can depend , on his making a good run and when elected ho will give good service , and make good roads . He has been a republican all his life and announces his candidacy subject to the action of + HiA fQnilllUnAtl nnlwiflnlnn vjjwuiivuu iiuai i
mv * jji ^ o . THE DEATH OF PETER HOAG . V [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 8 March 1903
mv * jji ^ o . THE DEATH OF PETER HOAG . V Aged Resident Passes Away After Illness Caused by Old Age . * $£ • — ^ Tho death of Peter Hoag occurred Saturday morning at the home of his son , Arthur Hoag , corner of First street and Central avenue , after an 111- — neas . qxtending over a period of two weeks . . Mr . Hoag was nearly eighty years old and for some time had beeMrV poor health . Almost at the jSg . 1 of his last illness it was seen ^ jfjyC it would probably take him off and his children were summoned to his bedside . Mr . Hoag came to Urbana from Centralla about three years ago to make his home with his son and has resided here continuously since . On account of his advanced age and failing health ho was unable to be about but little , and Ms acquaintance in the city was limited . The deceased was born in Rochester , X . V . For thidty years he was foreman of the Illinois Central blacksmith shop at Centralia , and has hosts of friends at that place who will be pained to le...
CRASHES INTO STOCK CARS . [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 8 March 1903
CRASHES INTO STOCK CARS . 1 ftBHensrer Train on Missouri Pnclflo Wrecked and Several Persona Are Injured . Pueblo , Col ., March 7 . —The St . Louis limited train on the Missouri Pacific road , which left Pueblo at 1 : 30 p . nx ., wag wrecked at Boone Station , 80 miles east of here , at two o clock , byrunning into a string of stock cars fpn the siding . The engine was wrecked , and a number of stock cars were splintered . The injured arei Thoma * La # ater , mail clerk , of Pueblo ; l » g sprained and foot bruised | J . T . Vernon , chef on dining car ; arm * prained and internal injuries ; Q . J . Kuhapori , news agent , of Kansas ; City , arm sprained ! W . C . Knight , passenger , of St . Louis , hip bruised and finger cut . In New Dress . The Lincoln Courier . comes out in a new , dress , which is an improvement over the old style . ick were taken to Milford on the Big Four passenger at 1 : 10 oclock . At Milford Mrs . Amick will be buried by the side of her child . Today the...
JOHN E . WOODIN RETURNS . [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 8 March 1903
JOHN E . WOODIN RETURNS . St . Joseph Man , Who Disappeared , Is Back at Home . Attr an absence of about a month , . 1 . K . Woodin , who so mysteriously disapeared from his homo near St . Joseph , returned to his family on Tuesday of this week . Mr . Woodin has been at Decatur , Illinois , and was seen there several days ago by parties that are acquainted with him . It is understood that he has been away on a matter of business . He expects to go bck to Decatur and make that his home in the future .
HI BUSBOOM TAKES A WIFE Well Ktlnwn SmiArvicnr Wp / 1 c Mice Ipna [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 8 March 1903
HI BUSBOOM TAKES A WIFE Well Ktlnwn SmiArvicnr Wp / 1 c Mice Ipna she lived until April , she would have been 74 years old . She Is survived by four chidren , Mrs . ryan , Miss Emily Cheever , W . I . Cheever , of Chicago , and G . H . Cheever , of Minneapolis . The funeral will be held Monday afternoon at 2 o clock from her late res * - idence . Interment will be in Mt . Hope . The Funeral of Mrs . Warnes . The funeral of the late Mrs . Win . Wa . rh . es was held yesterday morning at 10 o clock at the First Methodist church Kov . J . W . Miller conducting the services . The remains were placed in a vault at Mt . Hope cemetery . Goldenstein at Golden , III . Mr . Hi Busboom , the well known supervisor from Compromise township , was united , in marriage Saturday afternoon to Miss Lena Goldenstein , of G olden , Adams county . The ceremony was solemnized at the brides home : The bride is the youngest sister of Mr . Busbooms former wife , wh died
MERRIAM RESIGNS . Dilrector of the Cemsns ll ' urcnn to [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 8 March 1903
MERRIAM RESIGNS . Dilrector of the Cemsns ll urcnn to Leave Washington to Go irlth Xetv Yorlt Finn . Washington , March 7 . —Gov . Merriam , director of the census , placed his resignation in the hands of the president Saturday . It will take effect on May 15 . Gov . Merriain resigns to accept the vice presidency of the International Mercantile Agency of New York , and will remove from Washington to that city . Bold Attempt at Robbery , Johannesburg , March 7 . —A despep . ate attempt at highway robbery in the center of Johannesburg was made Friday . A couple of men attacked two customs officers conveying $ 25 , 000 to the bank , and , throwing pepper in their eyes , secured the money bags , which they threw to a horseman , who galloped off . Tha horseman in his flight knocked down a man named Brandon , who was fatally injured and soon expired . Subs « que &lt; ntly the horse bolted and unseated its rider , who was then arrested and the money recovered . Fuller Mny Retire . ...
RENOMINATED FOR JUSTICE . [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 8 March 1903
RENOMINATED FOR JUSTICE . ger and J . C . Burrows , of Allchigan ; \ 1 Capt . F . M . Alger , president of the -g club , and a number of other men . i prominent in Michigan politics . ~ j Eleven oclock had struck before -j President P . M . Alger rose and requested Secretary John Perkins to • read a letter of regret that had been received from President Roosevelt . ; = He then presented Congressman Wil- ;] liam Alden Smith , the toastmaster , i who was greeted with cheers . In the ¦ * absence of Gov . A . T . Bliss , who is * l ill , Attorney General Charles A . , £ Blair , of Jackson , welcomed the visl- : « tors in the state . AlIcHfgnn Republicans Annlii Honor Judge HooJier After Spirited Contest . Detroit , March 7 . —Judge Frank A . Hooker , of Charlotte , was renominated for justice of the supreme court of this state for a term of Hen years by the republican state convention at the stormiest convention held in this state since the Grand Rapids convention that nominated Gov . B...
FARMERS AND SPRING [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 8 March 1903
FARMERS AND SPRING They Both Came to Urbana Yesterday , the Former on the Interurbans . EGG FAMINE RELIEVED But the Lay of the Hen Is Still Scarce—Country Roads in Bad Shape , i The farmers and spring came to town yesterday . The muddy roads and the lirst signs of spring combined to bring the largest crowd of farmers in since the holiday season . No better sign that winter s spell was broken could be asked than the throng on the streets yesterday . The interurban cars did a big business . One which took the visitors home about 4 o clock , was loaded to the doors . The farmers gave an impetus to the trade which was relished by the local merchants . The crowd here yesterday was a good augury of what the interurban line will do for this city . The farmers about St . Joseph , for the most part , drove to that village and then boarded the interurbans The country roads are said to be almost impassable and the farmers are learning that the electric line is a great convenience for them . Th...
WHAT ABOUT THIS , ANDY . , ' ; t i [Newspaper Article] — Urbana Daily Courier — 8 March 1903
WHAT ABOUT THIS , ANDY . , ; t i Pipe Dream of Rantoul Hotel Has State s : Attorneys Name . . ? . RantoHl is to have an up-to-date ho- « tie building , costing not less than $ 15 ,- j ( HH ) , as soon as the work of construe- --S tion can be completed . The company , . ^ back of the enterprise consists of O . «| W . Anthony , of Tuscola ; W . W . Reed , . ^ of Kantoul ; Attorney A . J . Miller , of Urbana , and two other Champaign , capitalists . . 1