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Fort Wayne News, The (Newspaper) - September 4, 1901, Fort Wayne, Indiana Twenty-Eighth Year THE FORT WAYNE NEWS WEDNESDAY Custom Tailoring SEPTEMBER 4 1901 The New Fall styles are here and showing we are mighty proud of Be- yond any line we have ever shown Every new fabric in Suitings and is here Over two hundred ples to select from Suits to order from to Fit and workmanship fully guaranteed or no sale ABOUT OVER INDICATIONS THAT TIIK STK ABOUT TO MANY RESUME WORK EXPECTED Olt X MEN WILL QUITS HAS ISSUED A CAN WE HUVE YOUR CO AT REDUCED RATES The Milling and Loan has reduced its rales to borrowers This makes the plan the installment plan in the elate You Cannot Afford to Borrow COT OTHER Call nt Office for Full Particulars INVESTMENT Interest paid Kith the Association if left 00 days BUILDING AND Q W C A WILDING Dr Bulson OFFICE AHO 33 WAYNE STREET LIMITED TO DISEASES PH here to-day say il ia a settle Unit tin steel il Moil Iny Hint and men ill in Tub Sept 4 The are nml lien illuming Sepl liMlay a signed letter denies thai himself or any of labor met at to consider detrimental President ShafTer of tin Amalgamated IV is this Uial fully of old of the Tin Plate mill will ff back to work o day or In view of this luis issued proclamation caul ing labor any acts of says President has approved iif Bays lie does not vio lenee word is in order IN Sept was a break in workers day Twenty of the Amalgamated men for work at thn Crescent till plate and were in All were skilled OF MEN III Sept joint of lhc local of the will held hern to morrow intoning lo the strike is lo result in an order le return to work Monday Xo information is vouchsafed by tiie f but their demeanor indicates lo yo to as soon tie The held n eon with of Hi for the quilting hour girls ed the time in ho park near the plant The ordered them out of Iho parkj hut they refused to yo To-day committees of the bindery will visit patrons the company and in- form of the brought about the A P attorney for the strikers received a letter yesterday from United in which he it was very io mo to find Ilic strike so very and to leani of the exceptionally peaceful and lawful manner in which all parties in in- terest are conducting themselves Cots have been placed in the office of plant and all men who caro o sleep in the building are permitted to lo so there Saturday OIK Sunday and nine lay night Three printers joined the of the and K the of Typographical said several nore had to join to-day DEAD BROKE LY OCTO- BER MUST A BRAVE WOMAN HOGG WANTS TO BE OCTOPUS THIS Former Governor to Europe to Establish Oil Syndicate WORTH Sepl James F logy and James W promoters of Ibo il al will Ic vi week for London will go capital in organization ol 2 companies to handle oil from Texas id arrange for uf lel TAKES CARBOLIC DEAD IS DANCED TO DEATH the prisoner justice of the UK deputy sheriff and a Nutter waived examination and was bound over under n bond of trial was held fo prevent a FOUR YEARS FOR KIDNAPPING Russell Will Serve a Long tence for Stealing a Bride Gil Sonf of Jam years lins imposed on sell York aged 20 wild tlic daughter of liell Tlic girl's against liim for kidnapping York's ml guilty of aidini 01 at fo break jail has nnl liccn DUM DEATHS cLEu -AS WILL BRING PEACE A FOR TIIE MAX WHO J A DOCTOR'S STORY LIST 01 ACTS 0 TOWARDS THE CUNNINGHAM ALIVE ANNOUNCING DEATH SENT BY OK HEATH or A TOUT MAX AT LITTLE ROCK IS Ark Soiit il bokly of in by Undertaker Illinois plant this morning HAK NOSE IzS ADJUSTED DO YOU WAKT If so call on us We gel MONEY you money on furniture pi- anos wagons carnages MOXICY etc and leave the properly in your possession Payments ar- ranged on the monthly ment plan or to suit your con- MONEY All business Wayne Mortgage MONTEY Lonn Co Opposite Court House Second floor 44 MONEY over Store IN ARKANSAS Cotton Belt Stopped Express Car Robbed Sepl lames followed hy a sso of fifly men left here at 1 who held live The are km river boltom n Louisiana line II from the railroad i io IIP in Siil tli stolen frnii he ear hut il is each into the thousands of dollars T were The was by one of n red this m Monday evening Mrs Jesse i of Cuss received a n Rock Ark signed hy 1 rainio stating that her brother John bad died suddenly egram that 473 he to him without delay Mrs ill news and immediately went to the home of her father Michael Cunningham at Third and Uic lews o him The family was shocked al the news Mr Cunningham immediately Former at hin parlors lo malic ments with him o secure an at Little Ark lo lake charge of the remains and have hem shipped home This morning Klaehn A- re- from Little Rock de- fart I hat the body of not be found before noon Mrs a from her brother uho had heen S Sept cily s dead broke borrow hy October I to pav current of the city The council finance committee discovered Unit thin will Hie and the people holding Ihns cily will have ably for months for their money OF A BRAVE WOMAN Ind Mrs L R wife of the of the printing of he box home from a s at 10 last night she d a burglar in an upper room of the He pointed a revolver at her demanded money She told him get il ami went into room and returned a revolver si ruck her on the head ler senseless gaged and tied her lo rail and look her When her husband came ionic he heard her roans and after re- easing her he called the police Mrs Lindley says burglar is he same man she last winter while he was ng lo gel into the house FARM ENDS LIFE lud Sept 0001 OFFICES OF GO WILL BE TO SOUTH l Sepl undo formal announcement this afternoon that Secretary Hay on gust had made a lender of good i United Stains to the and Venezuelan governments to bring a peaceful issue of lhc between these neighboring A dispatch received from ident Castro of Venezuela knowledged the secretary's tender and explained that Ihc wholly result of failure on Ihc part of Colombia lo preserve nn of friendly neutrality Lafe a response Colombia While ils obtainable the is made Unit it is in and expresses an earnest I hat war wilh uela may he avoided Such a result it from BRAVE GIRL RISKS LIFE She Saves Three Children From ing Farm House liL Sepl ab- nf Lincoln Trice a IIK bunso fire nnd were when fire wiis discovered by he old daughter Al the of her life sho dashed inlo flic burning building Ihrne times and succeeded in carrying out the unconscious children The roof fell In before she with flic last but he horninn and her Xo of ihn contents if he bonne AND ROOSEVELT President Will be Vice- ia Pleased made lor police nnd mil ihiry of tin llo will In without ov mini on lie grounds or al H Una ty wilh Iron 1 1 in lurs who forced ihc u lini ind the mail ca md returning forced the in tht of ihc of the robbers who it appears an nin I ma and cars i mile from ti point whore Ihr first inadi an forced ho express lo open h ear The robbers I hen Mew th with The I wa well for Ihc work it is ver wild and Mr A has relumed from nn al Cily THE DONKEY STRIKE Indiana Labor Commissioners Seeking to Arbitrate the Hammond Trouble Sepl and 1 I1 labor of Indiana arrived in 11 to-day they will lo adjust tween Conkey company and its striking inter- refuse lo accept I hi services of the hoard it is said that Hie laller will lake an investigation and submit a report lo the governor While the finding will not he partial lo either side the moral is expected lo bring about a of some kind was pay day al the Dinkey many of the strikers hatl one day's wages coming lo them During the afternoon they appeared ill the of the company and received money A of sinking hindery girls remained in neighborhood until n o'clock when they talked with several of lie nnd urged them to ho le stated in that lie was alive and well and had not even men sick He knew nothing of the ram sent to his sisler ami with aid 1 nor been able lo fender The information in sensational lam sent to this was given lo Mr by officers at lock found him at work and in cry computable circumstances The news from Reck is cheerful cws In family They had been in for I wo davs DEATH OF MISS THOBURN Another American Missionary Dies of Cholera in India YORK Sepl L cording of the Missionary icly of the Episcopal church as received a from ailia there of Aliss he for and at was Sepl 1 and as very brief II merely announced lal Miss of a siller of J I who with his wife is now at Ukc HI no re Indin where he has for as a missionary Miss was the first missionary onC by the Women's Foreign of the iml She went lo India in d has been here isly for thirty-two years since She as home for a short period only a short ne ago and In her year ago when Mits death aldwin Owing jo he in ne think il look place on the n vas Bonnell a farmer near this cily the dead body of his helper Villiam in bis barn loft lie had had gone on a visit lo lis al Oxford Ohio ii week go Instead had lo the mra loft drunk carbolic acid and laid down lo die Hats had n part of the body when it was discovered WRISTS AND Ind Sept ght John E Miller unmarried 33 of age slashed hofh his wrists and cut his throat wilh razor He then walked out of his mom and across a hall and knocked on the door of a room occupied by bis Iwc sisters when he fell to the floor and expired He left a as men take warning from drink This is lhc TO MATH Ind Sept or aged danced himself lo death at the home near here The excitement and of eight lours dancing proved loo much and within nn hour afler music had died away for the farewell wallz Becker was corpse lie was found dead a short ime afler his home Ibis The coroner held an and was Unit Becker had danced himself lo THIEVES WITH Ind Sept F and were asl night charged wilh having stolen 270 pounds of copper wire the property of Indiana Lino company The men wilh aid of a ladder tolv clown telegraph line of the for more ban a mile their work al There were in act and a message was sent to Bradford bat laic thai they could not he The where the wire was 1 however was discovered and and several deputies watched these places Last night the men re- led o one of the piles which was be- ing covered by only two men and when an was made lo arrest them a conflict came near being the end of one of the deputies One of lift men got away but was later found ind The men arc lo te the ones who about a mile and half of wire from the Home Telephone company between heift anil Wabash The wire which is worlh Ifi cents per pound was to disposed of at Elwood XO CLEW TO KOKOMO who was assaulted and shot Monday at midnight by Rang of eight robbers in his six miles from here died this morning and wife t labor clay in Ibis city and white here sold their land for re- in part payment II is thought burglars were afler this money There is not the slightest clew to of the assailants cl lo people of Colombia Col- ibia if is stands ready lo accept friendly intervention of the United HIS HOME A HOSPITAL IX J Uic Editor of 11 is very Hint any two are found that have been so ready help those that needed help as ha Charles Dunn and his wife Many ago look to their home to care for a Mrs n poor sick widow who had no home or the fo pay for her hoard or care They gnvn her a home and I Ic rent her ml could not much for her hey took a Mrs ar poor spasms for could not go out or cave for I treated her for even months and when got well she secured a lo school and taught for several near Crossing and near She married a mil engineer and now lives in Michigan They took to eral years home Will a fellow who had no home ami could not oven get cue with his poor brothers They cured for him for two years and paid him for what work he could do lies told me il was the best home he ever and they were always kind lo him After thai they gave a home lo a Miss Hound a girl who had no home or could not get me was a poor frail girl there she ill with typhoid fever mil her froni Stales lo a war and i full in the latter liny made tender of our good through lhc States ministers at Bogota ami Caracas and all future looking to a peaceful settlement of the will be conducted these ministers It is confidently believed at stale department lhat Hie ments of republics will gladly em- brace chance offered hy Mr Hay lo iii a war and that within a short ime will consent to appointment commission wilh power to adjust nnl arrange their differences Secretary Hay's message directed the lo inform fhe foreign ries of Venezuela and Colombia of the distress wilh which the had heard oi the likelihood of a disturbance of lhc relations between hope two ro- and he to treat he if Mr Dunn would pay him for his Ii to her every day When nol of bis pay he said she would he would not come again Mr Dm got for her and paid for if ar she yot Jlr Dunn's step-mother an old irl hut missed her Sho raised an and soon a posse was in of the negro When they reached the scene of the crime they found Miss sou unconscious and terribly Ihs and about head The the negro lo his where he was found in bed 1C was sick Tbe him ami he was Mis is a A DISGRUNTLED SPORTSMAN Mr Lawton Will Smash His Scow ia Bad Humor lying would-be Mender Independence was taken o South Boslon this lw up Mr Lawlon in her will be designed groups incident of his at uel a race wilb the Vork club and he will oiler prizes lo ir- and over for cst lain Painted and Glazed Flower Pots We have placed on sale 1000 Flower Pols only and He uli Flower 10 and loc each and each Also full line of Flower PoU 26 leh and up WHITE FRUIT HOUSE WILHELM APOLOGIZES TO KK KV uar Sepl the head of the expiatory mission to-day n of for- and stall to of iff ol UK io io say Uic of nl witli in- and f-V is to I lie will uf anu would be nf il liy lie In of lie for n tumor operated upon o licr lif dial and Dunn bernn insane lior mother nt Mas for nbe licard IK falling In lime Her ease was tlic on n tin family of whom con OIL iie lo lie a faci Hud nut mure lhan one-third of are lo our slate insane asylum ever get woll HO he his wife t tlie where she could cam nix lie some one fo ear for her he and he fi r TOO QUICK FOR LYNCHERS Only Four Present at Trial of Foster Nutter OTTAWA Ohio work in ho lino of court was accomplished yesterday ii the of HP Anna Place taken from jail in a and over Mio line inlo his home township for trial Hut four pily exist lhc world any action liy eil Iter of whir the smutty irans across he isthmus ur the i its and thereby tli of ihc United Staled voi its anil un dcr exist HiMior Pulido Hie a of off eial from Caracas up lo about An A letter date thai Ihc all in ImiR the hoi nnd has at on the bonier with of Morts ICx pi lor these n the us In- in a slate of Tin new from the Si ides Afr Howert has arrived al from had special train to he An lust hud been sel for the propitiation io Presidenl i welcome They also witli favorable a from fo Castro the of notice ol on provisional president ami ex- pressing hopes for a long of frigidly relations the United Slates and Venezuela organ of the an inspired ar- tiele ns The hour for notes has passed and lime for action has laid before world reasons il had and has for risking compensation for the il has ill the means at its for threatening un- ion nml Wo have wailed long Mow is for lake of her af night One old n her hadly her head and found Lillie a haii poor at home She mine stay and watch Dunn during the day She was a kind faithful girl Mr Dunn had loek in Hie room with bh wifi it for so slm not he or hurt sell had catarrh nof al hut her throat and chest ml laler and her so her mother nme employed a died and -ome Hie girl have had a inn the was upon T rihall always Lillie was a ple girl Dunn next took Miss Heed io wife so would lie woman caused n disturbance and nid droll were sent to home in and they that Dunn should eare for the as she hare and she be kepf oui of the or Mieir next girl that not as well for ilh he years ago Mr Dunn raised money to help a to MIC sent io and sonio vears and a few iears ayn she died in rily and was Mrs Dunn a ft or fairly well but later a ft is almost a hat Mr lave not under the if his wife Who done for vim needed help Dunn and Sent has beeji here that Lieutenant found Sverdrup Swedish who left for the north polo ago on the coast of Greenland it is believed that who sailed in the the ship that carried so far north was around The re- l would find Andre on the nisi const of Greenland a great deal of anxiety here who Hint REPORTER HORSEWHIPPED Irate Women Visit a Michigan tnd a Writer Sept W Hrover who is employed by the Daily Sun WHS terribly horse whipped at a m at Hie office of lie Sun by Mrs John Copp and Mrs YV Soofi women were furious as o resuli of a newspaper ar- le which lo Grover and hey their wilh telling oct A uf he ike uf women as they passed Hie on their way to the them and flic crowd blow blow wiis rained IMH drover The Uieir looked on till the police in bul no made by an ar- clr on the character of soimi parties fays evening her sister Scott was k at the of the and that le attended her in neglige costume She was no light in the siek room L the door leading mi was ajar in u flood of i the inures could from the ii was later The the con- but Hint a man in Jit room instead oi the two with shafts been aimed fhe of late ion of the is hy UiO Wayne O AV SHOOT AND BURN A NECRO Members of an Alabama Mob Avenge Attack on a Young Girl Ala lias Hill a with Wilson shot and bis burned y a mob near the scene of the rrime Wilson who is 10 or 17 of and the daughter nf Dr lout 12 years of nge on their wny n school at Chestnut u- line in Coffee county when they by lie lie whose little rnn In- fired lin pistol at Michigan Lombard Plums Vies in- hoice Apples 10 and loc jivok Onions fa Ib Vino Celery doxen and ill the FRUIT Chicago Grain Market Sept following Ilic af the close of the market September wheat corn 83 pork HOi siendy to 10 cents diaries is al Cleveland Fair anil jirnlialily in
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