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Fort Wayne Gazette, The (Newspaper) - May 22, 1896, Fort Wayne, Indiana VOL XXXIV 123 i Tuo WAK D WASHINGTON May 21 10 p m Tho indications for oho twenty four hours commencing at 7 a ru Friday Mny 22 fair wesi winds Are showing the line of SWEATERS in this city and at prices that para- all competition See the newest novelty out The Green Sweater Made with Goat Collar and Sailors The latest and biest Every rider of a green wheel should wear them Who will get our Bicycle Next Ticket with a purchase of HE WAS WILD Did Not Settle Down Soon Enough to Help the Phillies 5 I Pour In the First Inning Were More Than They Could New York Meets KB Customary Defeat at Con- tests on the Diamond May 21 less in the Ural inning gave throe ueu bases on balls nnd forced in a un lead was moro than the Chillies could overcome In th fth inning Cross had a tinge token by a batted ball The homo team the visitors in every way except batting Attendance 000 0 0 0 3 und Earned t Two Stolen EiV mid ElV Lnd Bwk ley on 7 3 Hit by pitched Struck Killen 2 Wild At Cincinnati CINCINNATI May Reds bunched their hits in one inning and batted out enough runs to win Tho New Yorks hit Shade harder than did tho but hits wore scattered Attendance Cincinnati New York nnd and W Ison 3 Sacrifice Stolon the fine property for sale Thoro was a report that Wabash capitalists might organise a company and take the plant but Trustee Lynn says this is improbable and that ho will look for buyers outside WITH An Sequel to an Application For Ind May returned this morning from Kent Ohio with Maxwell G Norton who is wanted hero on a charge of In September 1895 as alleged Norton made application in tho courts here for divorce from his wife Mrs Martha A Norton of Kent filing an that ho had been a resident of this state for two years and that he did not know the whereabouts of his wife when in fact ho was only visiting here and did not know whore she could bo found Tho wife became apprised of tho action and opened up correspondence with tho here From that time until the present Norton has been ful in eluding the authorities Re- cently the sheriff heard that ho was at Kent and he went there and ar- rested him He Norton making preparations to leave for California The defendant was arraigned in court this morning and gave bond for his appearance for trial PRINCE LIEF Won the Oakley Derby for and Its 000 Purse at Cincinnati Defeating Dwyer's Great Field Ben Eder and Brush by a Good Lead An Immense Attendance Despite the Numerous Attractions in Other Parts of the City church this city has decided to cept a call extended by of Mt Vernon WET Opening Game With Toledo Could Not Be Played Yesterday Colts Play at Logansport day and Open With Toledo Saturday A Significant Fact ABASE can stand on a lot on Bast Berry street and throw a ball which shall reach a lot in Lakeside that can be bought for Such a wide in prices of lots BO near together cannot long continue As soon as lots grow a little scarce in Lakeside the prices will more than double G SCHMIDT MERCHANT TAILOR BEST SUITS MADE TO ORDER FOR THE LEAST MONEY PERFECT FIT ANTEED 70 E Main Street At Louisville LOUISVILLE May 21 game was n pitcher's battlo and Dermott had decidedly the best of it Jennings wild throw on which Miller took throe bases and O'Brien's out to Keeler gave tho Colonels only run of the game Holmes had his hurl in collision with at second and Dexter went to center Attendance Baltimore 00000000 0 0 0 0 0 0 I 0 and mutt and First buso on mole 2 Louisville 1 on 8 3 First on oil Struck 3 Tuo baso hi Cooler Double Jennings At Cleveland May had Boston at hip mercy The homo team bunched its hits and won with ease Attendance 0 J 0 0 0 1 0 4 10 I Hoston 171 nud i First on Left on on 1 I li 2 Stolen Double nnd I 1 Wild that tho as post Mortgage Loans Real Estate Life Insurance 2nd floor Old Nat Bank Block EVERETT DOUD At Chicago Mny 21 colts had another bad case of rattles especially sojn and and in consequence the Senators won tho Initial game very easy was invincible until tho last two in- when after having tho game secure ho lot down Seven of tho eleven hits oil him wore bunched Attendance Tho Lakeside grounds were put in soak yesterday morning and aro not dried out yet It was impossible to play yesterday and it is not certain that it would bo possible to-day In tho meanwhile tho Logansport agement insists that Fort Wayne shall ill a previous date at that city or pay the freight So port will have tho pleasure of taking a lesson from the Colts and Toledo will open on Saturday The game will be played July 3 at Lakeside It is unfortunate was are sure death to dance People like to know when games are corning nnd then to have them arrive on time This is the second big disappointment ol tho failing to appear being tho other It is to bo hoped for tho sake of tho club treasury that necessity will not cancel any more dates Hope deferred maketh tho heart sick new man from reported yesterday and will bo placed at short stop nt once Tebeau going back to first base King is ex- to-day MEW CINCINNATI May crowds at the May music festival matinee throngs at tho base ball opening day Lagoon Held day at the gymnasium east end park and tho great ing tournament in full tho Oakley races opened to-day with an attendance of by actual count All six races wore good but five of them were overshadowed by the Derby with its to tho winner and to the next three The five starters F McLeans Loki 117 pounds Thorpe up last odds 4 to 1 McClelland's Prince Lief kins 2 to 1 M V Dwyer's entries couple Ben 122 Shorrer Ben Brush 122 Sims 2 to -5 Hillyar stables Parson 109 Britton 50 to 1 The starting by was done by hand in tho Derby only It was a good send oft and had no second trial in this Prince Parson Loki Ben Brush Ben Eder They came down passing the stand with Ben Ede leading by a head Lief front of Loki who led Ben Brush by a half length with Parson two lengths back At the quarter the order leading two lengths with Lief second MUSI A STAND Matthews Will Ho to Out Strong lor Froo Silver May men who aro managing Governor thews campaign for tho nomination for tho presidency do not appear to bj discouraged on account of the actien of the Democrats ot Iowa in deciding to present Horace Boios to tho convention as a free silver date They say thoy have under- stood for several weeks that tho Iowa Democrats would do this thing There is talk among Mr friends that tho position tho Iowa Democrats have that Governor Matthews must come out for tho independent coinage of silver It is confidently believed by those who know what is going on that ho will do this before tho Chicago tion meets One of the men who has had much to do with tho MVK CENTS OVER HIS VETO The House Administered a to President Cleveland for His Brutal Vetoes And Passed a to Private Over Protest Pension Hit The Senate in the Day by Following Its Usual Do ing Policy agement of tho governor's campaign up to this time said that it would low be for tho governor's friends to show to the west and south that he is as good a silver man as ex Governor Boies If we can do said this man I be- lieve we shall havo tho advantage over tho Iowa folks for we can show that Governor Matthews comes from a doubtful state which crats must if thoy hope to win WASHINGTON May much time of tho house was occupied day in considering tho president's veto of tho lo pension Francis E Hoover a private of the O V I and listening to a personal nation from Mr Grosvenor of Ohio SALE OF MUSLIN UNDERWEAR er two lengths Loki lengths Brush fourth lengths with Parson last and in it any longer Bon Eder had boon pace with Prince breath the THL 10 a denning Pressing Dyeing Mending and Darning for und 405 MISS J Prop u mont halp can bo hud alt X Fire Storm and Tornado 26 Court Street ground Fort Wayne Ind open evenings and i r 1 first on y Western Scores At Kansas Lucky bunching of hits in the fourth inning De- troit a victory over tho team to-day Kansas City 3 4 and Welch and Trost At Tho Hungers knocked Long John out and hit young Carnoy freely Tho ers could not lind often Minneapolis 4 Indianapolis 17 Carney nnd voi and At mid in iy in Ill 6 Miller und mid BASE At Saturday and Sunday Toledo vs Fort Wayne culled at LIVELY Greater Than Ever Our Line of Clothing For Men Boys and Children Corner Columbia Clinton Continues to ho Taken in Con ference Proceedings May dist conference devoted tho entire day to the election of taries and tho location of tho next conference Lively interest was taken in the proceedings bv tho and there was but Tittle ing oft in the attendance There promises to bo a contest when tho committee on judiciary makes a report on the proposed change in discipline with ro- to proscribed amusements Tho will probably bo sub- mitted to-morrow Tho church committee decided lo aek tho to in- struct tho bishops to appoint four of their own number and one from each of the general conference districts to act aa u board of directors for HIP proposed insurance company for cnio of church property Chicago Kansas Cily and Ocean Grovo want llm general conference Tho committee on location decided to visit each of those cities and make a sonal investigation as to tho ties Indiana Odd fellows Consider tlie Building ol a Now Homo May woro over a thousand members ent thia morning at tho third of tho semi-annual meeting of tho I O O F grand Tho ing was occupied in largo part by tho reading of minor reports Tho ance committee the payment of a number of claims Tho committee on petitions and applications approved a largo number of applications for ate lodges and subordinate constitutions and A lution was adopted directing tho grand trustees to visit sity park and note what changes woro being made in tho Colfax ment Nominations for grand were made and in all cases except that of tho of gruml warden tho nomination moans tion For tho office of grand warden there is likely to bo a contest Tho nominations were as Grand L In- Deputy grand Davis Portland Grand warden Edwin Farror M II Chappoll town O N Craynor II L Williamson Fort Wayne G P C Newman Anderson J E son Hammond J F Seward lumbus D Marion J E Lewis and J E Allison Grand F Foster In- Grand A man Indianapolis Representative to sovereign grand F Northern Trustee to grand Shirts Tho report of tho committee on finance and accounts to whom was referred tho report of the grand trustees which recommend tho ing down of tho building of the order at Pennsylvania and Washington streets and tho upon his haunches Lief forged to tne front passed Iho half loading Edor by a head which he held to the finish Tho order of the other four at tho half was DOS Edor second Brush third Loki fourth with Parson last at ten lengths behind The variations from this moment to tho end of the race affected only tho dis- tances between tho plucky pursuers of Prince Lief The order never changed after passing tho half and tho horses Lief first two lengths Ben Eder second a head Brush third a half length Loki fourth forty lengths in front of Parson last Time Purse to rhe lo second to third horse 1700 to fourth Oakley dorby for ue of stake mile and a Lief 117 Perkins n to 1 won Ben Eder 122 1 to 2 second Ben Brush 122 Sims to 2 third Lok The men who aro in charge of the Matthews bureau aro not yet ready to give out an estimate of his probable strength on the ballot but they announce that in o short time they will bo prepared to show that their candidate will be in it from tho start It is pretty well known that tho west and have boon flooded with Matthews ture during the last throe months The states on which tho governor must depend for his support will and Parson also ran THE So Mr the ture Dealer to tlie Material aud manship ot tho ball Pianos Referring to his visit to tho groat KimbaU Piano factory at Chicago Mr John tho furniture dealer says in I fear that you will but a small idea of tho wonder and magnitude of tho KimbaU Piano factory by the description I have given you No one can have tho least conception of tho enormity of tho concern without n personal in- Mr Erickson was then asked in view of the fact that his knowledge of material and in net work makes him a person ble of judging what ho thought of tho stock and workmanship used in tho KimbaU piano and in conclusion he replied I found in department tho workmanship and material to be of the vory quality in fact way beyond my expectations OP IT elect delegates within the next four weeks and after thoy had done work tho managers of tho will have moro definite ledge as to what sort of a showing they will be able to make in the con- vention From nearly ern and southern state Democrats havo written that the governor is regarded as the most available man and there are ses of support Of the southern states Georgia has perhaps been noro enthusiastic than any other jlark the Atlanta ion announced several months ago he was for tho governor rnd information from tho state is ho has paved the way for hows delegation West Virginia which will elect her delegates in bout two weeks has promised to do something for the governor Tho governor's friends believe that if ho can go into the convention with something like 200 votes on lh ballot ho is certain to be th The managers of the campaign n longer entertain any hope of Full Points Every garment offered will bo ful in width of regulation length good material neatly made trimmed Iho Jow priced as well a tho higher priced ones v Gowns Made of line muslin Empire stylo plain yoke Hemstitch collars cuffs full skirt 58 and long CSo instead of Gowns and trimmed yokes embroidered front and cuffs instead of anc inches No at WAHASH Ind May James Lynn of tho Wabash School Furniture company which failed last fall for will arily resume about Juno 5 work up tho unmanufactured material on hand and then lion of a building in its stead was as Resolved That that portion of the report of the grand trustees re- lating to the a now grand ball bo and the same is by adopted and tnc grand the grand nnd tho grand bo appointed as a building committee the grand master Miall appoint three other of the giand to aot in conjunction wilh above building committee and that the said committee bo empowered to adopt plans for said new buildings and make contracts therefor to raise nil necessary money for tho purpose and to execute all papers or mortgages Business Men Burat tho Boycott in Milwaukee May 21 ness men of Milwaukee havo ted against the boycott Incident to tho street railway strike This morning tho commission merchants unitedly took tho Initiative in the movement by issuing the following Tho undersigned while expressing no opinion as to the differences be- tween the railway company and its former less emphatically our and that of our families employes fiom tho single gold standard state of the oast Tho governor has man friends in New York Pennsylvania and up through New England but i is not expected that they will leud any encouragement to a candidate who rests his case with the froo ail vcr people of tho south and west It has not yet boon decided who shall place tho governor In tion S P Sheorin tho member of tho national from this dis- will arrange for tho ting speech Ho will also look after tho Matthews campaign in cago Thoro is a good deal or comment on tho situation in which Mr Sheorin and a good many other sound money friends of Governor Matthews find themselves Loyalty to state and prevents them from abandoning and yet thoy aro opposed to tho adoption of a free silver the nomination of a froo silver candidate It is frequently remarked bv leading Democrats that tho position of the Indiana Democratic committee is an embarrassing ono Tha committee is fathering tho candidacy of thews and yet nine out of tbo teen members aro for sound It is not generally known that most of thu letters that havo gone from tho Matthews bureau to Democrats throughout tho country have borno the signature of Sterling K Holt chairman of tho slate committee Of course Mr Holt never saw many of theso tors It has boon suggested that Mr Holt who is a sound money mau may havo trouble explaining to sonic of tho free silver people of other stales when ho gots to cago and begins mixing with the people who have become familiar with his signature relative to a newspaper of his position on tho sub- ject of reciprocity that the time for debate on tho Phillips commission was extended until to-morrow at 4 o'clock Tho provides for the appointment by tho president of a commission of one seven representatives each from labor agriculture and business to collect information and consider and recommend legislation meet tho problems presented by labor culture and capital Mr Kirkpatrick Kep of Kansas called up tho to pension Francis K Hoover a private In company I Ohio volunteers at per month which was returned with tho dent's veto Mr Kirkpatrick moved that tho bo passed over the veto During the debate the senate amendments to the fortifications and propriation were disagreed to and a conference ordered metion to Pass I Mndo of front G rows the over the veto resulted 196 of 4 cluster tucks cambric art ii generally among 58 and 60 inches long SOc each The Senate Skirts WASHINGTON May early good Muslin full width portion of the session has P tucks deep horn been given to conference reports c n tho appropriation bills At 6 o'clock Mr Butler of North Carolina moved to take up tho providing iho further issue of inter- bonds Mr Hill im- mediately moved an adjournment securing ayo and nay vote in order to gain time Tho motion to ad- journ was defeated Mr asked leave to offer a supplementary conference report on the Indian Consent being given ho immediately demanded a full reading of the report The re- port was vory voluminous Mr of West Virginia in the chair directed tho clerk to proceed with Iho reading of tho report After reading the report n lodged conference report on tho liver and harbor not including I tho California items was presented and agreed to Then Mr en- to effect a compromise by having tho for a vote on the bond proposition No quorum being present iho adjourned Just A Hint 01 The Offerings And THe Whole Stock Offered Goes The Same Way Skirls Very full width made of best of ml india linen 880 instead of and Corset Covers At made of nice brio long nock high neck round and plain and trimmed with neat embroidery Nothing offered in this sale but what IB class tho boat of its kind in America Corset Covers That are perfect fitting all bric made from up to each Drawers 3 line of Ladies drawers up to at no line worth from 50 at each Plain drawers each up to with fine rows of Children's Skirls Made of cambric to Misses Skirls Made of muslin and cambric and embroidery trimmed c to Infanta long and short dresses long and short skirts Nazareth Waists popular undergarment of the ay 1 year up to 12 See these in underwear department On a Piano at the W ball Company 109 Street Look in our window and see that beautiful Davis piano only Sen our piano for report of the committee on rules Several changes in the rules were made and tho following were Supremo spiritual director spiritual director lit Kev Bishop Byrne Nashville supreme president John supremo vice president Miss Mary K Sheridan Louisville secretary T M supremo that may bo tn carry out the construction of snid building This was signed by D B J M Lang S P Stroup Tho WM mndo a special for tho afternoon Again CHICAGO May wao night defeated a second timo In the attempt to piny to MUO JiOO Ivos 477 and our patrons lo business with such bankers merchants and other sons nnd to patronize such public and private conveyance aH mny Mill our convenience and bore by give Hint we shall defend our rights in mailers bv ful moans The is ling business nnd H is exported that merchants in nil branches of trade will join the counter ment for self preservation Gail Hamilton May 21 Miss Abigail Dodge linen taken ill with an similar to caused her protracted at Washington year ago Her arc NEW 1118 Ho Halls From and is N V Mny business transacted at tho assembly thin was election of a moderator Dr Seo our lino Circassian walnut piano for Only two days moro to save on ny piano purchased this week as our sulo positively closes Saturday night W W KIMBAU CO 109 Calhoun St I II CASH Manager AX 18 SWINGING Decapitated to Give Place to Followers The board of public is the ax in good working order W We Aro Away I yv ALL The Very Best Wall Paper in the city at prices so low they are considered unreasonable THE SIEMON Wallpaper Oo 195 St Iho the Herald and Presbytery lil H of Pittsburgh i L Withrow of Chicago about a considerably of tho illness at the return BASE BALI At park Saturday and Sunday Toledo fort Wayne Game called at or Iml May 21 pastor of the First C Monfort of Cincinnati editor of the Herald Dr Davl and John L Withrow of were nominated Tho result of ballot Withrow 169 Monfort 81 The election was then made unanimous The moderator was con- to the and inducted into by tho retiring moderator Dr Mr Withrow expressed high of the honor con- ferred upon him and expressed a de- termination to use his best its a servant of tho assembly After a which the hours of tho daily sessions from o'clock until 12.80 and from p in until p m tho assembly ad- until evening when tho of the Lord's Supper celebrated Some interest was aroused by the publication Of n from treasurer of tho Union seminary slating that Professor Henry P Smith who was suspended by tho general assembly of 1891 to deliver a course of lectures at tho seminary hiring next Subscribe lor and members of Iho police force aro being in right royal style Thoro aio no charges can bo brought against these mon save that voted for Oakley and attended to their duties in rood That coupled with the fuel lhal the hungry and thirty are relentless in their de- mands for is offense in the opinion of tho boaid to lire them Last night tho board the resignations of and Lamb and Tanner did not to the request lo they incontinently and their places will bo with some one who can boot some assistance in Murphy and 11 ir o l wore appointed to John K Stevens tho Tho ia a resident of the Eighth ward the second an of tho and Sin ens n niiliviid A score or moio of tho 200 ranls for position on tho before I he board Thoy us lo whether they till tho requirements under tho administration it is sary Hint the applicant havo in him tho making of u ward heeler and will bo given us rapidly us the members on the force can bo decapitated upon of applications in addition to tho 200 woro and for future reference Supremo Council Adjourn Sine May supreme Catholic Knights and Ladies of Amoiica concluded its labors and sine die to-day The day spent In considering tho trustees J J Duffy Memphis A J Cincinnati and L Chicago supremo medical director William B Dougherty Louisville BUSY NIGHT Police Kept Husy Taking Caro of Drunks Under Opon Policy The police had a busy night In fact they are kept busy nowadays Since Judge Honch announced that tho laws should bo liberally tho number of drunken mon soon upon the streets has most notably increased Deputy sheriffs went out afler and found our west of tlm whom thoy brought in and lodged in tho station Then during the Hobbs Rant in a drunk from Iho corner of Calhoun and streets ono from Mum street and ono from Hurry and Calhoun who were also ono from tho jail Hats ono from anil Jefferson and ono and lace HINTS Fried Select largo fresh mushrooms remove skin and stems roll In cracker meal with salt fry In boiling hoi butler ami nerve hot Potato cold toes with salt and popper make Into little Dip first Into beaten then in broad crumbs and fry In boiling fat Cabbage one-half head of a small cabbage cover with let hour and drain put In a salad bowl and pour over plain dressing with eggs siloed In rings Cream Scalloped cold bo led or baked fish Boil ono pint milk with half nn onion put m twQ while boiling stir In perfectly smooth ono nnd of flour when boiled onion and In one-half cup butler Hut tor a I deep earthen dish tn first n layer In tho United States was be- ut Jamestown In Highest of all in Leavening test Report In white drnb and black bold by nil nent postpaid on receipt of price If Dako from half to tors of an hour that GRAINS OF Tho end of life Is to know life never ends A eood character la In all pases tho fruit of personal exertion Doing good is tho only certainly py action of a man's lICo lias to tbo ono thousand London two St Petersburg twenty-four Vienna twenty-two and MR rattlesnake at garden Island Mo Just an unbroken fast lusted o yoar was ABSOLUTELY
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