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Object of Manila Visit. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 6 June 1901
Object of Manila Visit. Washington, Juno &amp;.—Secretary Root today made it plain that tho visits of the ndjutant-goneial, commlasary-gciieral, suigoou-goneral and other oilleors who were golug to Manila to Inspect the anny In the Philippines now connected with the establishment of _thc civil government, bald that ,thoy were going under orders for the purpose of getting information necessary to place tho army In the' Philippines on a pence basis, and with the vlow of reducing expenses to the lowest possible limit. : | | , .
Jowa Masons Elect. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 6 June 1901
Jowa Masons Elect. Davenport, la., Juno G.—The lowa grand lodge of Masons chose Dubuque ns tho place for the next meeting and oloctoil these olllcors: Grand master, J. L liaker, Oltumua; senior giand warden, w. P. Cleveland, Harlan; Junior, M. D. Yowlhur, Contervillo; trcaaurei, Charlus B. Mlllor, Sioux Rapids; secretary, T. S. Pnrviu, Cedar Rapids; cubtodian, C. C. Clark, Burlington.
Settled a Strike. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 6 June 1901
Settled a Strike. Dayton, June G.—Tho labor unions in Joint scission voted to accept the tenns proposed by President Patterson, of tho National Cash Register Company, in settlement of tho troubles at that factory. Tho company ogieed to take back the old force excoptlng four men, whose dlschargo caused the trouble.T«outy-Ilve hundred men return to work.
Baldwin' Examines Balloon. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 6 June 1901
Baldwin' Examines Balloon. Qulncy, 111., June s.—Evelyn B. Dnldwln, ciclie oxplorer, was here today to confer with his cousins, Samuel and Thomas Baldwin, aeronauts and balloon makers. Tho Baldwins hn\o been malting a number of balloonb for the exploier and a test of a huge hydiogon gaß balloon was to have been made here today hut was prevented by a rain and hall stoim. Dxplorcr Baldwin left tonight for St. Louis, thence to see relatives In southeastern Kansas. He sails from New Yoik on the J2th and will meet his ship America ut Dundee and Frlthjof at Tromsoe, sailing north before July 1.
Jury for Kennedy Trial. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 6 June 1901
Jury for Kennedy Trial. Kansas City. June 5. —The Jury was secured this afternoon in tlio case of Lulu Piliao Kennedy chuigod with muidoiing her liusliiuid, Phillip 11. Kennedy. Prosecutor iludley made the opening address. Ho said that the btute would show the liilsonet's motive foi killing Kennedy waa to .i-.old the publicity incident, to the Ulul of the dead man's hUlt to annul the niarijnge into which he alleged her father and hi other hud forced him. It would also he shown, hu said, another motive was to cover tho conspliacy to which the defendant and her relatives were parties. ,
Fire in Forbidden City. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 6 June 1901
Fire in Forbidden City. Pckln, Juno s.—Lightning jeslerday struck the building inside the gate ol tho American end of the forbidden city, causing a lire. The American and Japanese guards did all possible to pi event the bprend of the Humes. A heavy lain waved the forbidden city. Threo buildings wore burned. Including n llbraiy containing many valuable manuscripts and many hlstoiicul recoids of tho dynasty.
Mason Talks of Support. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 6 June 1901
Mason Talks of Support. Chicago, Juno 5. —(Special.)— Senator William'lS. Mason took ai uu into Chicago today to look over "the situation heie In the senatorial fight—enlivened by the appearance of Comptroller Dawes act.vel&gt; la the fluid. Tonight Senator Mason talks at Aurora, but he was in town until 4 o'clock this allernoon conferring with his friends. Ho said: "The report that President McKlnloy and Senator Hanna aro not with mo for reelection aro not true and lire, not worrying mo at all.' 1 have assurance* from both of them of their hearty support. This canio aftor I had stumped tho western states at the president's personal request."
MRS. EDDY VICTOR [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 6 June 1901
MRS. EDDY VICTOR Jury Decides hi Her Favor in tlio Big Suit for Mbcl. MRS. WOOUBUJJY SOT IX.IUitKD Ily 811-bMtgu uf Christian Scii'iico l.undor--Tho Case loll« Carried tu tliu ' Miprcmu Cuurt. Iloston, Juno 5.—"1 have cvnmlnod this llbol with Brent cnic, both while tho arguments were going on and during the trial. 1 think tho phitntln has sustained her ease, as I nliuiidy Intimated, upon tho mutter for publication. As regards publication, In tli u vliuicli, thnro In no evidence that nn.iono thoie umleislood the alleged libel as appljiug to the plaintiff, so she could not iec.o\or mintages upon this count, because alio has shown nu liijiny fiom it. •Taking the libel In Itsoll, I see noihlng which can in nny fair way be said to Indicate tlio plnlntln In tho hist pnit to be libel. The only thing In libel. It seems to me. which can by anj reasonable Intel pi olation, be said lo aerie uh it menus of identification are tho woula 'widow' and 'widowhood,' which occur In the latter pan of th...
CARRY IT HIGHER. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 6 June 1901
CARRY IT HIGHER. A few minutes later the July, which had been excluded while (ho arguments woie being made, weio summoned Into tho collit room. Alter explaining brlolly tho mime ror this course, Judge Hell ordcied the jury to find for the, defendant, which It nceirtdlngly did in tho tibiial torm. Counsel tor Mis. Woodbury lllod exceptions on nil questions pnsaod upon. They evpect to cany thu caso to tlio biipiemo eouil. This far-reaching- decision of Judga Hell was given In response to ono ol two motions offered by lSldei. sonlor counsel for Mrs. Eddy. This wsb that n verdict for the defendant bo ordered on the ovldenco as It stood. The other motion, which was not sustained, was that two counts In the derl.iialion reforrliiß to (ho publication In (he two Christian Science peilodlcals bo stricken out. .
Bryan Criticises Decisions. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 6 June 1901
Bryan Criticises Decisions. Kansas City, Juno G.—William" J.* Bryan addressed the Jackson County Democratic Club at the Auditoilnin tonight, taking for his subject "The Outlook." Diynu «ns especially seveie In Ills airalgninuut of tho supremo court because of itß decision, lie said: : , ■ "If tho Miprotnc court decision on our liißiilnr possessions by wbicli nlno men by a majority of one deckle to cnnveit tills republic Into an empire had been given beloro the election the rosult would have been different. The American people have not Vet voted on Imperialism. My objection to the decision. Is that you cannot cniry, out the logic of it without destroying the liberties of the peoplo affected by it. "Tho timo will dome when ,th« American peoplo will bocomo aroused and right the wiongs or the Republican doctilne. It 1 were the only opponent or Republicanism In the Uiiitcil, States I should bo glad to have the fact written on my tombstone,"
Think They Are Honest. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 6 June 1901
Think They Are Honest. Chlcngo. June o.—Mrs. Nancy D. Irving has found over 100, portions who think they nro honest enough to win lior prlzo ot $lOOO for tho innn who cun conduct hIH business for n month without tolling .n lie. Mi;b. living set In her ollleo nt 170 Dearborn blrcut today half burled from sight behind a pile of letters, newspaper clippings and manuscripts. Her little prlvato olllto was crowded iwlth persons who thought they wore honest, or woio willing to be Instructed In the art Mrs. Irving Invited them to Join In the contest, which Is to be held during the month of January, 11102, and tuhmit to four men Judges and ono woman judge tho question whether they had told even 'ono "white He" In thlity days. On being thus addiesscd tho throng thinned Homcvihat. Among 111 mm was nil aged writer of verses, resembling Wnk Whitman In tho length of his white hair, and tho ruggedneas ot his look.
Decries Sunday Labor Meetings. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 6 June 1901
Decries Sunday Labor Meetings. Pittsburg, Juno s—Tho Rofonned Presbyterian synod of America tonight refused to accede to the request of tho Federation of Labor Unions of Chlcngo to pray for an eight-hour working day. A resolution adopted on the subject expiesses sympathy for tho laborer In the stnißgle for better conditions but condemns tho secret nature of labor) unions and says tho Sabbath meetings uro destructive of spliltual life.
Storm at Elkhart. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 6 June 1901
Storm at Elkhart. nikhai t, June D.—(Special.)—Wednesday evening übout li o'clock a storm nnpioached this village from the southwest having every appearance of a cyclone. When a shoit distance west of the village tho (Hoi in clouds beemed to raise tind the worst of the storm passed over. But It was bail enough as It was. Kveryboily was badly frlnghtened and sought places of safety, many going Into cellars. The wind blew with great velocity. Several tiees and fences were torn down and a number of shade tiees were ruined. A very heavy lain followed tho .Holm.
Honor Conger at Galesburg. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 6 June 1901
Honor Conger at Galesburg. Gillo3hurt,', 111 , Juno C. —Conimcncomeni week exercises at Lombard college were Kignull/cd today by a rceoptfou given to B. 11. Conger, United Slates minister to China, a giadunto of tho college lu tho class of ISC2. Upon lilt niilwil In the city a reception was extended hy the citizens of Gnlesbuig and friends of the college-
Somerville is Reelected. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 6 June 1901
Somerville is Reelected. Quincy, 111., Juno s.—Tho new board of trustees of the Soldlors' Home, compobeil of Cen. John C. Black, Chicago; MaJ. Chat leu \V. Hnv.es, Rock Iblaud, and Capt Charles V. Chandler, Macomb, met today and oiganl/ed with Gun. Black as president On nomination of Gov. Yates the present superintendent, Capt. William Somurville, wiib uunnmously reelected to succeed himself.
Phillips Not Poisoned. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 6 June 1901
Phillips Not Poisoned. Now Yoik, June o.—Tho report of George A. Ferguson, tho analytical chemist who made the examination or tho stcmach of Rev. Father Phillips of Hazleton, Pa., who was found dead in the apartments of "»r." J. IClrke Stanley thiee weeks ago, show Father Phillips was not poisoned. Stanley wan discharged by tlio coroner today.
REPORTS FROM STORM [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 6 June 1901
REPORTS FROM STORM UAillAOl: IX SKVnitAL STATUS IJVTIIE WIND, HAIL AND LIOIITMXO. A Wrßk Ciimuit nt Ccdnr ltnpltl» and a I'lranwii KUIoU-Snon- Reported In Dakota. Cedar Rapids, Juno s.—During today's storm n stock enr wns blown out on tho mntn lino on the Buillngton. Cedar Hap-, ids fc Northern hum and tho Chicago and St. Loulh express struck It. Tho engine tender ami two cars were doralled. Klromun Ralph Price of lowa City was klllcil. Not n passenger was hurt. All eastern lowa Is Inundated but tho suffering crons are saved. , &gt;