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Fort Wayne News, The (Newspaper) - September 16, 1899, Fort Wayne, Indiana THf It f YOU GET THE BENEFIT OF OUR LOW PRICES SABBATH OBSERVANCE MASS MEETING POSTPONED FOR A WEEK SERVICES TO-MORROW IN THE RIOUS OF THE PASTORS A mass meeting of all denominations in the interest of Sunday observance bad been arranged for to-morrow afternoon at the First Presbyterian church but it will be postponed until one week from row Judge Taylor who was to hate been one of the principal speakers has been called out of the city At this ing the laymen of the city will be an opportunity to speak for the inte of the Sabbath SPECIAL CHURCH NOTICES Kev D W D Life aud Rest I Henson is ill and his pulpit Coinage L GREATEST VALUES FOR THE LEAST MONEY Every Garment Fresh New Cor- rect and Up-to-Date in every qualities are thoroughly first-class the best to be tailoring is the finest insuring a perfect fitting ment New Styles for We make a hobby of fitting out girls in Stylish Outer Wear and our fall showing is especially full of new and pretty styles A Fort Wayne to cago and return via Nickel Plate road on Sunday Train Leaves Fort Wayne a m arriving Chicago a m Returning leaves Chicago p m Train arrives at and departs from Van Buren street depot Chicago o INDIANA STATE FAIR Ind Sept to 23rd 1899 For the above occasion the L E W K R Co will sell excursion tickets Sept 18th 19 20 21 22 23 at for the round trip good going on date of sale and good to return up to and including Sept For further information call on Ticket Agent x o HOME VISITORS EXCURSION Via G R I Sept 21st To Cincinnati Dayton or Louisville for To Columbus or Springfield Good returning for 30 days 21 v f sura IMPORTANT NOTICE G R L Tuesday and Thursday ing cottagers trains will be discontinued after present week a m Sunday excursion train to Rome City discontinued after next day Sunday evening train from Rome City at p in will leave there at p m on and after Sunday to Chicago and Return Next Sunday via nia Train leaves at a m Returning leave Chicago at p m or p m Cheap EXCURSIONS Thursday September 1899 On the above date the Lake Erie Western and Fort Wayne Cincinnati ft Louisville railroad will run annual excursion to Cincinnati Louisville Ky Dayton 0 Springfield 0 and Columbus 0 and intermediate points The so low that it will be cheaper to go on this excursion than to stay at home thus giving everybody an opportunity to visit their old home and friends in the states of Indiana Ohio and Kentucky Tickets good thirty days from date of sale Excursion will leave Fort Wayne at a m For any ther information call on P C Liggett Ticket Agent L E W R R Phones Home 578 Bell 222 be filled by Mr E A K Huckett and in the by Di C B Stemen Kev S II Morning idence Evening Echoes From the sociation Rev J S Ainslie's pulpit Will be filled by Rev William J Ainslie of Scotland Rev Sherman Working Out Salvation Evening Re- ligion and Mortality Contrasted Rev A K Zaitman D Morning Answered and Unanswered Prayers and Why Evening Counterfeit Religion Kev J P McGaw will administer the of the Supper in the morning and in the evening will pi each on Account of the Golden Calf Rev T J Johnson's pulpit will be and evening by Rev Dr of the Western Christian cate Rev T The Guiding Word Evening World's Kev L J Morning The Great Emancipation Proclamation ning The Meat Rev Samuel will conduct regular set vices in the Sunday school of the English Lutheran chuich to-morrow The auditorium will be ished next Sunday Railroad Y M C The devotional committee v ill conduct a meeting at 3 p m to which both ladies and men are invited Kev P J Rice's pulpit will be occupied morning by C C Smith of the American Christian society In the evening the tw will preach Subject A Vision of God GENERAL RELIGIOUS NOTES East branch Sunday school of Plymouth church at 73 Ohio street at 3 o'clock in the afternoon East Side Baptist Mission hall Maumee Sunday school 3 p m every Sabbath West Creighton Avenue Church of Preaching at a m and 8 p m Z A Harris minister Services at the West Jefferson tian church as usual to-morrow morning and evening Rev A W Place Trinity Episcopal Church Rev A W Seabrease Sunday school a m Morning prayer and sermon a m Evening service Heidelberg Reformed church Rev Maurice Sampson pastor Sabbath school at a m morning service at a m No evening service St Paul M R Class meeting Morning service Evening service Epworth League o'clock Rev M C Cooper pastor Regular services at Bethany church Sunday both morning and evening con- ducted by the pastor W A Bodell ing at Evening Westminster church Rev James L Leeper pastor Sermon at a m Sunday school at 12 m Senior Christian Endeavor at No evening service Salem Reformed Morning vices at Sunday school at a m Evening services at The evening services will be in the English language P Ruhl pastor Simpson M E church Cor Dawson and Harrison sheets Sunday school at a m Sermon at a m Epworth League at 30 Sermon at 30 p.m T J Johnson pastor Services at the Wayne Street M E Sunday school Sermon Class 12 m Junior League 3 p at 3M av at F church Rev James S lie minister school at a n Public worship with sermon at a m People's at p m Praise service led by choir tian Endeavor meeting at p m The Fort Wayne branch of the tian and Missionary Alliance will hold regularly Sabbath at 3 p m and Friday at p m of each week at the Gospel Tabernacle comer Holman and Clinton streets D W Kerr ent Berry Street M E church corner of Harrison street Rev C pastor Sunday school a m Morning vice and sermon a m Class ing s m Juniors p m Epworth league devotional services p m Evening services Immanuel Baptist Church coiner ton and Holman streets Rev S H Cain pastor Sabbath services Sunday school Dr C E Heaton superintendent Bible class for adults conducted by Mrs Collins sermon by the pastor An- of evening services in the morning Tuesday 3 p Bible reading at 173 Griffith street All welcome WRECKERS ARE CAUGHT THEY PUT OBSTRUCTIONS ON THE FINDLAY TRACKS NEAR THE ALLEN LINK AND LANDED IN JAIL This is the of the thai it y nival iu Lakeside united DEATHS ANB John Will be Buried Monday of Mn Brunt Tlie funeral of John who was killed at the Kerr MUM ay woiks will take place Monday morning St Paul's church MRS ANNA E The of Mis Anna K Hums will take place Monday at 2 o'clock the lesidence and at bt Paul's Lutheran The Rev Mr Miller w ill officiate U lie inter- ment will be at Barnett has found that a stroke of apoplexy was the cause of the death of Mrs Biuns C LEMKE Carl Lemke aged 6 months and 11 days son of and Mrs Cail Lemke died at the familj home 17 Death was due to eia The will take place to morrow at 2 o'clock from the residence and the will be at OTHER DEATHS AND FUNERALS The of James M will be held afternoon at 2 o'clock from the residence of lie and Lewis street Tickets foi the Woman's Club League Entertainment Couise can be had at the Book Stoie Siemon's Book Store and C B Drug Stoie Sales commence Monday Sept 18th FINDS HIS TROWEL Stevens Hii Own erty in Pawn Shop Sergeant Stevens of the lice force was compelled to do a little detective woik for himself About two weeks a moulder called upon the geant at police to borrow his trowel The police officer loaned the man the implement and he went to work at the Bass foundry A tew days ago the sergeant learned that the man had quit and had gone out on a wild drunk The officer began making for the tool and that the fellow had skipped out Last night the officer recovered the borrowed at a South Calhoun street pawn POLICE NOTES This morning the police sent James Black back to the DeKalb county pooi farm He has been hanging about Fort Wayne for about four weeks Captain Daseler was able to limp out doois for the first time since accident a few days ago Major Scherer has gone out in the country to rusticate for a few days was no police couit this ing The Findlay Fort Wayne ft Western railroad has caused the airest of fixe Paulding county boys charging them with placing obstructions on the track near Katson For several weeks the com- pany has been annoyed by this gang who at different times have obstructed the track and on occasions stoned their Ihc company to biing the guilty to justice and put a detective on the ease and evidence was to justify their anests The were taken be- foie Justice of Bent on township of the gang one of the name of Bond and the other of the name of simian bound to the Paulding county grand RAILROAD NOTES Uhe Giand Rapids pay car in the city this afternoon 1 he steam shovel of the Wabash com- pany been to Logansport to leduce grades The Pennsylvania wrecking crew are busy at woik to-day on the and Columbia City wrecks Supt Hine of the Findlay announces that the freight tiain will not be taken off as was formerly announced The Panhandle has asked a number of firemen on the Indianapolis division to foi examination for promotion to engineers B Huston for many a loute agent on the Fort Wayne Chicago will be at cago to daj An plant is com- at Ind the dossing of the Giand Rapids Indiana and the Big Four lines The Panhandle statement for August w ill be out in a few days and it w ill gioss of an of August of last yeai A milk station is to be established at and the Chicago Erie road will extend its milk tiain run fiom Laketon to 11 D Kilgore traveling passenger of the Pennsylvania and C R agent of the Chicago Alton aie at the Wayne day The stations of the Michigan Central and the Lake Shore roads at Kalamazoo Mich have been consolidated avoiding to passengers after fiom one line to the other The Pennsylvania company owing a insh of business has been obliged to secure the serv ices of a large number of telegraph The men secured have all passed the required Luther of Goshen has a con- fiom the Wabash railroad company by which a bend in the Wabash river at is to be straightened doing aw ay with tw o large bridges on that road is for A has been taken to-day in three of Owen county for a tax for the Columbus Bloomington Terre Haute railroad From reports it has in favor of the railroad The road runs fiom Columbus Bloomington and Teire Haute The tax is 2 pei cent were let yesterday by the Northern Indiana Traction company for the motive power for the new Northern Indiana which will have porte and Michigan City as its two cipal points Air motors will be used It is claimed the compressed air motor is much moie preferable and less sive equipment than electricity The way accident A special was ed to carry Mr Robinson and sons to Petoskey The train left mond at yesterday afternoon and reached Grand Rapids at last night Including all the run of 142 miles was nude in 193 minutes Counting out all the 142 miles weie made in 149 minutes Engineer Stokes and Fireman Gallagher took the train from this city to Grand Rapids Luther Joliff a F W C L freight had his right hand badly ed at Eaton Thursday evening while at tempting to make a coupling Two gers were amputated Joliff began work as a brakeman only last Monday His home is in Louis Link son of John Link residing on Grant avenue was painfully injured last evening While playing with his companions he slipped and fell on some glass His left arm was badly cut Dr sewed up the wound A Pennsylvania freight tiain broke in two at Winona last night about 9 o'clock and the parts came together there was quite a wreck UNCLE SAM STAMPS See premiums TRANSPORTS READY TO SAIL ROBISON CITY BAND CONCERT Will be given Sunday 17th from 3 to 6 p m TEMPLE IW Three Nights Beginning Wednesday tember 13 Aubrey's 20 and tell price Wednesday p m Secure wati Belgian King to Start To-day and the Troop Ship Grant To-morrow SAN FRANCISCO Sept Belgian King is ready to put to sea and will get away according to schedule to-day She carries the field and staff officers of the and several companies The transport Grant will follow the Belgian King She is expected to sail Monday The big steamer Arctic which has been chartered as a transport will carry horses to the Philippines and will sail next week Little Top Coats for your little boys at Patterson's FRESH OYSTERS Fresh Salt Water Oysters received daily at No Harrison St Standards Selects and New York Counts Best Dressed Poultry of all kinds always on hand Fresh Country Butter and Eggs Phone No 158 E K BUSH NOW A CATHOLIC SISTER Mrs Rose Hawthorne Lathrop Joins the Order of St Dominic YORK Sept Mrs Rose Hawthorne Lathrop whose father was Nathaniel Hawthorne the novelist and whose husband was Geo Parsons Lathrop the writer has been re- into the third order of the Sisters of St Dominic This order is for laymen and women living in tile world For three years she has devoted herself to a pital Two of Mrs Lathrop's associates Alice Huber and Miss joined the order at the same time Mrs Lathrop has long been as a de- vout Catholic IU TEMPLED II DOROTHY HEARTS OF THE BLUE Prices Me and ROME CITY Special Cottagers FOR THE SEASON D JUNE 1809 LEAVE FOBT WAYME Sunday and a m Tuesdays and Thursdays p m RETURNING LEAVE HOME CUT Sundays p at Mondays Wednesdays nod a m 1 Of Local Interest Conservatory of Music CORNER MAIN AND COURT STB TWENTY-NINTH CATALOGUES FREE Call and ate or Phone 808 J M MODERWELL Before Placing Your Order lor HARD AND SOFT GOAL WNI AW SMITH COAL For the coming Lowest Prompt Delivery Office and Yard South End of WeTls Y MARY PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office and Residence Madison of Woman phone 470 Office a m to p 7 to 8 p m Go to Patterson's to morrow and get the pick of the fall crop FIRE ACCIDENT LIFE AND 88 CALHOON Wayne to Chicago and return via Nickte Plate road Sunday Train leaves Port Wayne a arriving cago a m Returning leaves Chicago m train arrives at and de- part from Van Buren street depot Chicago Kindergarten Fall of Miss Kindergarten in Plymouth Church opens Monday morning Tuition for fourteen weeks if paid in advance School of Music Opens Monday Sept 18 Pupils will be received after Sept 14 at Westminster Seminary building and after October 1 10 Rockhill street Terms per son Miss Anna Miss Lindemann At home 2 to 5 p m Ftr Sato Cheap a lot on Prospect J H Payne Seavey Hardware company It t Admission for the production of the Play to IK given St Peter's m Epworth League Sermon Rev W D Parr D D pastor English Lutheran Church of the Re- deemer West Washington and Fulton streets C F W Meyer pastor Sunday school at 9 a m Morning sermon Evening service Seats free Calvary U B services school a m Y P C U p m Preaching services a m and p m Prayer meeting evening at J W Lake pas tor Third Presbyterian church Rev J P McGaw D D pastor Morning A ice a m Sunday school a m Afternoon Bible school tian Endeavor and evening service First Presbyterian church Washington and Clinton streets Rev D W D D worship and ing at a m and p m day school a m Y P S C E p m Baptist Tabernacle West Jefferson street L L Henson pastor Sunday school a m Preaching a m Junior p m B Y P U Evening Music led by quartet choir First Church of Christ Scientist holds services every Sunday morning at in Odd Fellows hall 80 West Berry street Testimonial meeting every Wednesday evening beginning at 8 o'clock The lij cordially invited to attend MARRIED IN KANSAS Mist Mary Arnold of Fort Wayne Will Reside in At the Benedict House Kan on 7th occurred the marriage of Mary Ainold of 14 Summit sheet this city to Mi Sorensen of Kan The was pci formed by the Rev Di Cleveland This will be a to the bride's many FAMILY IS KILLED BY THIEVES Father Mother and Two Children dered in Colorado FAIR PLAY Colo 10 cor- oner yesterday was summoned to the head of Canyon where the bodies of Walter Dames wife and children had found lying side by side in a bed There no sign of minder except the that Dames had committed the himself and then to cide But this is not credited by the neighbor who scout nt the idea of as it was known that the father of the family bad a snug fortune on deposit in a Dawson bank and that his residence in the canyon was for the purpose of making good a stead claim The sheriff was also called to Grant the nearest station on the South Park and this circumstance confirms the be- lief that the entire family was murdered by thieves who had acquired tion of their treasure A tin cup found on the floor was the only utensil near the bodies and this contained a white company expects to be operating Dec 1 The speaks thus about republican haid The company's pay car was in this city yesterday and left nearly here Of this sum about was paid tor shop work done on the western division The rest of the amount was paid to train men and for other hire This amount is the that the company has left in this city in many months and the in- aie that the pay roll for will be still larger There aie many uniformed employes of the Baltimore Ohio railroad who spent the better part of their lives with the company but few people are aw aie of their length of service and to duty that has made them men Vice President and eral Underwood will shortly issue an presiding for service stripes for men that the public may know of their faithfulness and ity A gold will mean fhe years of sen ice and a siher stripe two yeais Some of the Baltimore Ohio tor will he entitled to fiom to nine gold stripes The company will also conductor brakemen and of all classes with badges so that they be easily distinguished by those unfamiliar with the Wall Paper to PLEASE cheap at L 0 Hull's 90 Calhoun St rad FMM ROT W at a that has been submitted for analysis First reports said been wit rf Votk MHK tf of PAINFULLY HURT An Employe at Farm Falls on a Hay Rack Other Accidents Late Di W H as called to faun to attend to a faim of the name of Dinius who fell upon a hay lake and The extent of the injuries aie not known MAY SAVE ONE FOOT The Dre Stemen state today that they may be able to save Mr H V len's right foot At first the outlook was unfavorable but it is now predicted that the foot can be saved The left foot was amputated soon after the accident in this city Mr Allen will not be able to stand the journey to his Van Wert home for some time His wife is still in the city THE ACCIDENTS Last night the Grand Rapids A Indiana railroad made a fast run between Yesterday Robinson a wife of of the Grand ntA hurt lit in a Mrs H M Long will leave Tuesday for Payne 0 to attend the street fair Mr and Mis W H Eichhorn of ton are registered at the Aveline hotel Mr Christ Young of Goeglein has left for Lafayette to attend the Purdue col- lege Mrs Charles Andrews and daughter Miss Jennie are the guests of at Peru Woman's Club on sale at Lehman's Book Store Monday Sept 18th Miss Mabel Reade formerly of Fort Wayne will this year be a teacher at the Taylor University Mrs Charles Reynolds will leave day for Hamilton 0 where he visit his uncle C E Tait Dr J M Dinnen has recovered from his recent indisposition and is again at- tending to his practice Architect Riedel has completed plans for the new dwelling house for Henry Rippe on South Harrison street Charles Weatherhogg has completed plans for remodeling the dwelling house of Henry Wiebke on Hamilton street Alfred has completed drawings foi remodeling the dwelling house of Mr Lipes Thieme on West Berry street Miss of Chicago has accepted a position as head trimmer with Mrs ence Reynolds of 26 East Wayne street Miss Katie of 34 Baker street a number of last evening Refreshments were served at a late houi Di Mary When is having a new stoic building elected on Lafayette street It will be a double building and will be modern in all respects Architect Riedel is beginning plans for a new bottling works for the Berghoff Blowing company The buildings will be made of buck and will be two stories high Architect is plans for the block at the of Calhoun and Washington streets w hich w as recently purchased bj Louis M ft Fleming of Fresno Call is in the city the guest of relatives Mrs has been in the west several yeais ami will be delightfully by many Fort Wayne friends Last evening there was a very phle social at Plymouth Congregational The Rev J Stuart Ainslie tor of the church is his brothers the Rev Mr Ainslie and Mr William Ainslie of Scotland Both the visitors interesting as well as humorous addresses Prof William Miles conducted ft musical program which was also highly enjoyed by the young people present to The Board of Trustees of the Indiana Hospital for the Insane will proposals at Easthaven until 6 o'clock p m Monday September 25 1800 for furnishing materials and the construction of two hospital cottages cording to plans and specifications which may be seen at the Hospital or at tlie office of John A Hasecoster Architect Richmond Indiana As an evidence of good faith a certified check for five died dollars must accompany each bid and a bond acceptable to the Board of Trustees in the amount of ten dollars will be required of the successful bidder if an award is made Bids will be opened and considered bj the Board at 11 o'clock a m Tuesday September 20 1899 The Board reserves the right to reject any and all bids By order of the Board of Trustees S E- SMITH Med Supt Easthaven September 14 1899 Buy your Trunks of Patterson o Port Wayne to Chicago and Return vim Nickle Plate Road Sunday Train Leaves Fort Wayne a m arriving cago a m Returning leaves Chicago Train arrives at and De- parts from Van Buren street depot Chicago Reasonable and at TO ON REAL ESTATE OR PERSONAL CURITY C F PFEIFFER ROOM 0 AND 7 BASS BLOCS AT LOW 01 INTEREST Get UNCLE SAM STAMPS to-day Charles Alexander will receive pupils for instruction on Mandolin Guitar and Banjo for the season ring Monday Sept at 29 E St lp Residents of Washington sn anxious to have that thoroughfare ed through Swinney park aad the river to Lindenwood It is possible that park day be purchased the rivet view to making a park of It TIM matter has-been discussed ofta and nothing has erer front tatka fatten SAM
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