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Fort Wayne News, The (Newspaper) - March 24, 1900, Fort Wayne, Indiana THi FOOT NEWS MARCH 24 900 t4 t 1 New York Always alert for the wants comfort convenience of their and to Fort Wayne a store to which its citizens CAN POINT TO WITH PRIDE A Step Into the Annex Will show what we for women A Perfect Gem of a Home Women's Garments Muslin Knit Underwear Corsets Outfits Misses Muslin and Knit Underwear Spring Dress Goods To-day we extend a cordial offering to all to attend a new showing of Spring Dress Goods in magnificent array and unapproached bv anv other There is one corporation in the United States which has given an ex- ample of universal patriotism in tion with the war with When the troops were being hurried to and from the seat of war Colonel C R Barnett if the department paid out large sums of money to railroads for transporting the troops A voucher was suit one day to the Fort Wayne A- Western road with headquarters at O to pay for carrying several Several days voucher returned with an explanatory ment to the effect that nuclei tions from the president John Jacob loi the auditor relumed the voucher for the reason that the company cannot cept money for who hate offered their in support of trie Hag Controller Charles W Moore attention to the fact that he once directed the attention of congress through a letter to a representative from this stale to the fact that the railroads were from the eight prices for transporting the mails the steal to millions yearly There has been no doubt of for years and the legal to prove the charge abundant but it will not for CHEVIOT SUITINGS SPECIAL SUITINGS NEW TWEEDS AFTERNOON WEAR CHALLIES I ho correct for the popular Tailor Suits in colorings of castor and from to a yard Something entirely and very at per yard a prettily finished fabric in the new colorings of gray and brown mixtures date styles at to 1 yarc -A new to anything show in the past All the new weaves in Crepes Veilings Panne Cloth from to a pattern Pretty soft clinging Challies have a place of their own the congressmen until fewer railroad stockholders and fewer railroad hent to Washington by vote of the and not then if the free pass tern continues to which a con- can foi nothing and barge the got eminent ing in some a handsome income Tailor from this alone So long as these abuses gray continue and an congressman can fiank a half load of camp age hundred miles by rail the of overcharge for the mails will continue to have sufficient in court to maintain it in a fect state of preservation As for the railroads they know who their friends uc of and rewards ire doubtless accordingly IS ENDED BY DEATH OK PASSES AWAY AT A HOSPITAL THIS DEATHS iis morning at al the hospital the death of Mr Edwin a young lorney for twelve yeara been a prominent practitioner in igo The news will be- -ad information for a legion eif friends in Fort Wayne Thirty-eight years ago Mr Edwin was born in city the second son of Dr I M He was reared to in Fort Wayne and bis brilliant career in the public of Fort Wayne stumped him as a rising young man He from Fort high school with honors and later went to Ann Arbor university to store He leaves a widow and five children OTHER DEATHS AND FUNERALS Hon S E Morss yesterday made ar- rangements for the burial in Lindenwood of his niece Miss of Kansas City who died months ago and whose remain in a receiving at that place This at the of Fallen of Richardson street occurred the funeral of Anna whose death Wednesday at Columbia City Fallen is a sister of the deceased The funeral of Khle will plate Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock from the house and at fiom the Church of the Redeemer Interment at Concordia The funeral of Mrs Elizabeth Laughlin will take place Monday morning from SI Catholic church WILL TRY TO REFORM PAUL MILLER SAYS THAT HE WILL SWEAR OFF STRANGE STORY OF A TOLD HY A LIMA OHIO THE POLICE NOTES A few days ago Paul Miller of John street turned his wife and children out into the street and locked the doors so i LOANS MADE or any amount you may wish on your furniture piano and wagon carriage or other like curity on easy payments i thing is left in your possession and you the use of both Money and Goods Persons embarrassed who desire everything else to avoid I are the ones we desire to serve All our dealings an IV VUT G that they could not to home confidential upright and loiter he went into the to N YOU art 1 ii 1.1 X fc luu For House Gowns Waists and Children Dresses right in step with the demand comes this new beautiful line in scroll Persian effects in novel designs Attractive because of their pretty oddness Included are tho delicate lavenders fine grays greens ard blues that make up so charmingly also plain w ill satin stripes at prices from to a yard We make fitting of a specialty in the new annex A room for that purpose has been provided fHE FORT WAYNE Bjr D I1 AC tt Fon SUBSCRIPTION KATES Month wrier per week NEWS role of Hc BOUW cver j point bis worshipers by stepping down from his pedestal and revealing himself as human Whether President McKinley has any of the qualifications of a leader remains to be demonstrated As an executive and a creditable figure of the republic even his admit he has been a Mount the by Coburn that Iho Fourth of July this year be generally ob- by Indiana people being the tennial of the organization of the General Coburn's idea is that and addresses shall be prepared and in each county on early tory of the state and that these papers be printed in pamphlet form and then sent to the to be bound in one large book If is an excellent the governor and I heartily prove it I do not have the time to take of it but I have asked a number of to send me names of whom I can imite to meet me at office and formulate some plan to wiry out the idea I think it would be well for me lo issue a proclamation ealling attention to the im- of this and urging that the i lOc SATURDAY MARCH 1000 AS A LISTENER A Washington special to yesterday's Indianapolis Neus picture ol President McKinley has the listening faculty to a remarkable degree The ple who go to see him do of the bilking and in they nearly go away with the thai is a very intelligent man of people a day and thousands i g to him with the intention o making him see something a- they re it When they have had a very satisfactory interview Many believe the has come to think as they do Sometimes they never out isc lets the It is simply that tho other Me do ill the Of tourse he docs not remain but In- savs thing committal Hc asks questions MVS yes I in an intelligent interested and at the invariably in t most earnest judicial manner th it will take the mailer advisement Hc is always glad individual e ailed he has tho opportunity of having the matter presented lo him in light A of the hand and the business done No offense is given The dent may 01 may agree with what lias been said to him If ho caller has succeeded in his mission and he not is no need to his hostility by Idling him executive of United States he Ims not time to engage in fruitless con As it is he works nearly hours a dai all time a high pressure If he stopped to tel tvory caller win he does not agree will -in he would never up with his ork A tremendous political advantage lo the president from his listening Probably no man in the white has so few enemies as Mr McKinley His personal strength is in Jack of enemies rather than in an of friends McKinlcy has none It's near lime for the gong lo sound for the preliminary ball games An effort is being made to bar Vom the mails That horse has been ready no need to lock the barn OH Senator did right to postpone the of his speech We have read an advance copy of the speech and it won't with a few days keeping of the democracy if you ex- to continue the unwritten law of the practice in this district to defeat your at the polls you can't him at the that's certain the t are not smiling so blandly they were a few daya ago troubles of their own The manifesto at Lincoln the and addresses be prepared is -i great deal of the carh of the which can only be Secured fiom the old settlers and some one man in county take charge of the tion of this information old days when cloth and shoes were made at home when life was can only be de scribed from personal interviews or a close search of the records I believe an appeal to county town and local pride by would bring out a fine collection of writings I will call as soon as the names are sent to me take a thorough in the different branches Here loo as in cal schools he gave of being of a brilliant mind He took two courses in one and was ated from law department with the highest honors He was given the of A M by the He to Fort Wayne for a short stay only and left for wider fields fw the practice of law He located in Chicago and for Hie pist ten years has In en a MTV prominent member the bai in tho city of his adoption Although Chicago contains many brilliant in legal ty Mr hail no difficulty in an excellent and on two different was offered the nomination- for on the of Cook Illinois if he would but seek plum He would not make the i ut and preferred to devote himself lo his large and constantly growing lillle was known nf his legal ments iu Fort Wauie as he was busily in his entele He always in this city the home of childhood Last summer he changed this program and the summer in an extended tour with his father and his sister Minnie He enjoyed this outing materially and fiom trip About months ago at the instance to look their in the trial of the Nestle will Ibis trial dragged along eleven weeks ANOTHER LEAGUE BRANCH The New Catholic Order is Growing Very Rapidly Uist night at St Peter's church hall St Peter's Council of the Catholic lent League war organized with the lowing Spiritual The Kcv F M Kinder Vice President Ceo Freiburger i Gto Christen Philip Peter John Joseph Joseph Hickel and John The branch of the Church of the will he Sunday at 4 p in and the St MaiyS branch will be next Monday ROBINSON GETS THEM THK In- to Fort ot Mr and Mi- ind at the end of that tune a- the was to Mr Edwin broke down to his woik He work AL TOO LATE ix THE TO CUT MUCH OF A TOWNSHIP a brother He had been drinking heavily for some time he went away lie slyly returned to the city and after chasing a of groceries -ent them to his home He then disappeared and the officers had no chance to arrest him He was found last night and locked up When asked about his conduct at police court this morning he that he in- tended to do in the future and would lake care of his family He said the trouble was caused because he bought a cent bottle of medicine for his wife to take She Imd been ill She absolutely take medicine and threw the down on the table This enraged Miller and he threw the wife anu family out into the street A letter from the abused wife stated that her husband had promised to reform and inclined the court to show clemency The prisoner was released on the promise to behave himself HAD A WILD STORY TO TELL Yesterday a man who gave bis name at police court as Louis Smith came to this city on the Wabash from St Louis and immediately proceeded to get drunk He had a good start when he alighted from the train He immediately limited up a policeman and informed him that he had been robbed of his watch and money at St Louis Later in the day he was culating the story that he had been bed in Fort Wayne Officer Knock stated in this morning that the man had been trying to pawn his watch at several of the Fort Wayne saloons He stated at police court thai he believed some lOUL No charges taken out in Loans also made to salaried J pie holding permanent positional with responsible and well 1 ed concerns or corporations C out endorsement We will fully give any further information on calling at our office V Do not fail to call before borrow for we will surely aave JOB money It pays to borrow of US J Indiana Mortgage loan Boom 3 Arcade upstairs f Saturday evenings from 7 to At primaries yesterday crats of Allen county voted foi delegates well as county and township The delegation from Allen county will be almost for the re- THROAT PARALYSIS TAILOR STRICKEN other day added to the sorrows of deep im- penetrable gloom to cover the entire face of tho local The i- told of a man in who in a drunken rage tabbed a con- companion It happened fortunately for lie wounded man that he was at lhc ime with appendicitis and tho operation was so deftly d antagonist as to in a operation iii in one hundred per cent of mid to indicate that sufferers from are in the hands of a with a than in of Burgeon in such MR M E WOODWARD CRITICALLY ILL THIS AT STREET HOME For the past two weeks Mr M E has been confined to his home the corner of Main and Lafayette suffering with an attack of la He partially recovered from this and was preparing to return o work in the store of Co Yesterday he suffered from an affection the throat and was confined to his bed morning he was unable to swallow ind the was diagnosed as paralysis f the throat The muscles are inactive nd the patient cannot take solid food hs condition is although he was Me to walk about and take exercise out- inability to swallow makes con- alarming and Dr Doming is in most Constant attendance Mr ward one of the pioneer of Fort Uayne and has been a resident of Fort many yean He 75 years old eel hard believing that all of time was to his was ton much and about ten days ago he was prostrated with with of spinal meningitis A week ago today there was Of improve ment in his condition and he was re moved to the hospital al Chi foi treatment at the hands o well known socialists For a few days his family and friends were pleased to learn that was a change for the better in his mental and he was brighter and more cheerful Early morning either complications en sued and Dr 1 M Rosenthal left im- mediately for Cincinnati to be at the of his son Dr Charles Rosenthal a brother of the patient who resides at Cincinnati wa- at the bedside and before the final summons came Dr Maurice Rosenthal and Dr Milton Rosenthal of this city were at the bedside of their suffering brother Before the end came the young attorney was completely lo mental activity and conversed with the members eif the family This was one cheering for the family The remains will be brought to Fort morning early when the final arrangements will be made for the funeral Joseph Louis Frankel and Miss Minnie thai sisters of the deceased today re- of condolence at the on West street Rosenthal although a young man a gentleman of the school in his polished manners and refine nient He was a brilliant ist and devoted much time to associations with old friends if the family He was genial affable and always of a happy nomination of It is said on reliable authority that there was but mi delegate elected in the entire and it is known as a fact that practically had no delegate tickets field One man who LIU in Xew on a mixed ticket was en PI a delegate This is said be the only opposition to Hob Non on the Allen county delega weather has been too for Judge Hench to make an active canvass even in his own county and it is said that he practically gave up the light when realized that the ring had whipped in the county committee to hate the con- gressional elected at least a month before the convention when it de- that it was advisable to elect the county about twelve hours before the convention This slap tion The in the face Judge Hench to see handwriting on the wall with a keen re- of the fact that the men in Allen county who think that they a life lease on e succeeded in smothering all opposition for congress Outside of Allen county it ib believed Shat Hench will some support over the district but not sufficient to cut down big lead secured by Robinson ing but a strong combination outside of Allen county can now defeat the man for renomination keeper bad taken his watch from him for and he could get it again HP was released from custody on the promise to remain sober and gel out of town as speedily as possible It that he is a Lima 0 business man WANTED TO SHOOT HIMSELF Officer Collins made a report at police court this morning that early last ing J U Slater of 24 street re- tui ned to his home after a serious tie trouble and prostrated himself on the He then leveled a at his forehead and the trigger The let and caused an ugly wound over the right eye He then got up and went down town remaining until after midnight The found him and dereel the services of a surgeon to dress the man's wound I A HORSE STOLEN Last evening Mr Amy Powers fore- man at the Paragon Shirt Waist factory drove to the Brudi farm near Xew Haven with his wife for a short visit While he was making his call a thief took his marc and drove away in his road Money to Loan At lowest rate on furniture pianos horses wagons carriages etc and leare the property in your possession Payments arranged on the monthly installment plan or to suit your Business strictly confidential FORT WAYNE MORTGAGE LOAN CO Room 21 Bass Block 4th floor First National Bank 77 St Money to Loan at 5 and 5 Per Cent The United States Mortgage company hare an unlimited amount ol money to loan at 6 and per cat Make application at any time at the Ian office of Owen N Heaton corner Court and Berry streets and get the monty without delay if the security offered li acceptable Principle and interest is made at National bank and you hart the privilege of repaying the loan by to of not less than each at any time desired NOT MADE BY THE TRUST MANSON THISTLE EAGLE BICYCLES IF DEFECTIVE PARTS ARE IN ON BICYCLE wagon The loss was reported to the lice as soon as Mr Powers could reach the city and instructions have been sent out to locate the missing rig if possible WAS RUNNING THE DANCE Sponge Weldon got very drunk and went lo the Randall hall with the the personal magnetism of men like or Bryan or Bui while he hcks the qualities of these men lie is Without the repellent ones He does say things which sting or wound HP does not defend a personal belief at the cost of a even ft casual one He is never controversial He is never sarcastic He is rather destitute of the of humor His smile is of the benevolent sort He takes himself and the world seriously Not pessimistically or solemnly but seriously He never could be anything but dignified To flippant or frivolous en for a short time would be impossible His mental is well advertised by his fare ft is tnd rather heavy t McKinley is appropriate figure He is weH adapted for Dr I 0 Han ard tho Yale has sounded a note of naming in the that n new more than he kiting is on the way in Ho is licking tone old haunt bug and he has left in Mexico for north His zoological is His bite is a fair The first specimens found dis- covered by Dr Howard in some nl from a Chinese laundry The ig is of a bright speckled color larger Ihan u and snappish as n starved urtle The slate fee and salary commission has decided lo recommend lo legislature that the salary of the be increased from to a year As the constitution rising ibe salary of a governor ng his term of office a for thU increase will prepared ind introduced into loth as the legislature alembics and an will made to mirt it into 1 in HIP interval tho iff of the on and inauguration of tho Governor-elect on ho following Monday Thr fee nd salary will not bo until afer in the COV RECOGNIZED By Governor Mount in tion The to the governor of since trouble gubernatorial election in Mate was issued yesterday bv Governor and addressed to lor As he fugitive has not been ed his name was not disclosed In ing of the requisition Colonel Charles Wilson secretary of the governor it reminded him that only a few days ago a very prominent democrat from tucky who intended making a trip to in near future had come to Indiana and asked Governor Mount for letters of introduction and tion to the United Males diplomatic corpa m ignoring Mh ants to the governorship of Kentucky BOARD WAS COMPLIMENTARY Medical Men Highly with the Fort College This morning the of the -Lite of medical registration departed for home? after spending a day in Fort Wayne investigating Fort College of Medicine Dr a member of the board states thai the officer iery highly complimented flip gf hno and in their report will tering in their of thr institution of learning frame of mind It was a pleasure to him either in business matters or social ly Although he devoted some time to society both in Chicago and in Fort Wayne he married and lived in comfortable quarters in Chicago His office rooms were in the Ashland block He was honored recently by the member of th Lakeside club of go by election to the presidency eif this prominent Jewish organization Hc was noted among it- members for his ble work about Chicago and a No for his good graces in the social walks of life THOMAS J HEDGES Thomas J Hedges one of the oldest employes of the Pennsylvania company of congestion of the lungs at hi home 323 West Main street He was 71 jears of age and his wife died vein ago Mr Hedges was born in came to Fort in 1854 entering the employ of He worked in Ihc shops years ago when on account of his advanced years he retired He leaves three children as Mrs Gust Mrs Robert Miller and Mr Dailey There are thirteen grandchildren Spring and Summer Millinery Opening im now displaying my grand line of Kaster Millinery Novelties and will con- to do so next week A cordial in- is extended lo you MARGARET SCHMOLL 275 Hanna St THE GICAR MAKERS UNION Efforts to Increase the Demand for Cigars Here The Union of this city has begun the work of increasing the de- mand for Fort Wayne made cigars They claim that about in wages is paid the of Fort Wayne annually and if Fort Wayne made cigars were used by smokers it would be no trouble to run this salary list up to It claimed that the home manufacturers a much better for the money than outside manufacturers and that by buying home goods the smoker is not encouraging and supporting the nable sweat shop and tenement house manufacturing by children or men The union will probably introduce the mailer publicly in an official way in the near future viving BASH Evelyn Ihc daughter oi Mr nnd Mrs D F Rash died last evening of scarlet fever The little one had been low for many hours and death was nrt unexpected She was a bright able and promising child and her arc at loss The pathy of a large circle of friends will be extended to them The place in private fook funeral FREDERICK morning at 8 o'clock at the residence 203 High occurred Ihc of Frederick Koerber of dropsy Tho deceased was 46 years old and had been a resident of this city many years ft A j j Oj ind for some lime was a jeweler at the SEAL OF THE STATE Will be Credentials for Deputy Factory Inspectors the factory inspector and his deputies will carry with a cate signed by the governor ami hiring the seal of the state For some time reports have been received at the of the factory inspector concerning pro pie who have been representing selves as being connected with the office In this way they gain admission to tories and in some instances get tion concerning valuable patents which are carefully guarded by the ers Yesterday Mr McAbee received n letter from a man who asked that he be made a deputy for two days After receiving the Mr tho matter to the governor and the plan was agreed upon Mr J L Potter of Indianapolis is in the city on business eel intention of running the dance He be came troublesome and Captain Daseler ordered him sent home The boy later returned lo dance and wanted to let his joy be It got so loose that Officer Pappert was called in Sponge was taken in and this mornin at police court he cashed in to the exten of and costs THE POLICE NOTES Sergeant Stevens received a tel egram last night from Lafayette stating that his nephew Raphael Kruse hae been run over by a wagon and killed while on his way to school Samuel D Carey who was arrested by Officer Dinger on the charge of climbing on Pennsylvania trains was re- leased on the promise to walk or pay his fine Complaint has been made against boys playing ball at the corner of Washington and Clay streets A SET OF QUADRUPLETS They Attract Much Attention at The Indianapolis Journal vey H his wife and four ren of Tenn arrived over the Lake Eric Western from Fort Wayne last night and much attention on South Illinois street near the Union Slation The four children are plets anel an- paired off two boys and two girls They were born in ern clime and will be C yeais old the nth day of next April At birth they weighed eight and quarter pounds and now all four tip the scales at forty-one pounds the weight of each not more than one pound They are a bright lively little quartet and each is possessed of ability The girls especially are active and twist their lillle bodies into all sorts of shapes They have not known a sick day since their birth and are now strong and healthy They re- semble each other so closely thai it would be difficult to one from the other were it not for their clothes Their complexion and color of eyes are identical and were it not for the fact that one of the boys has hair a lighter than others one could not be told from the Mr hildress dresses them all in boys clothes and then he says he has to take a second look to pick them out The father is 33 years old and the mother 30 Mr Childress says that his is the only set of quadruplets of a similar age in the world Mr and his family resided at Woodburn this county all winter The result of the post-mortem tion made by Dr Drayer on the body of the late Mrs Bridget McCarthy of West Superior street who died on March 17 reveals the fact that she died of cer and not of gall stones as has been previously stated The result of the ex- amination is a verification of the sis made by Dn Dinnen ana Whery S styles at si's We trade Wo trust BROSIUS w v CLINTON ST o do what we say we do GARDEN SEEDS in Bulk Flower Seeds and Bulbs Seed Fresh and True to Name We have the finest grades of Canaiy Hemp Rape and Sunflower Seeds thing in the seed line S Bash Co USE EITHER PHONE Dell Phone 830 Home Phone 808 WHEN YOU WANT The Best Quality of Hard and Soft Coal and Dry Wood With Prompt Delivery and Low Prices CO TO J M South End of Wells Street Bridge Uncle Sam Trading Stamps given Green Stamps given 05 BICYCLES with extra re- frames are the leaders of to-day because they have each season been offered for sale with full assurance that the models were the BEST EVER BUILT The same assurance is given with 1900 Ramblers havo no feature which a genteel person would wish lo are high grade In every detail PRICE OF Aot booklet free A C 3 In 1 Oil The best for Sewing Machines Guns etc t as a ture Polish 1000 Sample free for the asking to-morrow 84 Clinton St Dr W 0 Gross is at Lafayette Ind for a few days Mr J J Wood of the electric went east last night Dr T Clifford Wallace who has the Bush Medical college hue Fort Wayne lo spend the mcr with in this city
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