You have viewed 1 newspapers today. Please Register in order to view more newspapers.
We are retrieving your image from the archive...
We are converting your image into tiles...
Fort Wayne News, The (Newspaper) - October 15, 1901, Fort Wayne, Indiana THE F WAYNE NEWS Twenty-Eighth Year TUESDAY EVENING OCTOBER 15 1901 Underwear Lots of It It's going to be awfully cold this least the weather man says it that's sare proof You'll be needing some warm new underwear in a minute Come light here and let us show you ours We have all kinds and prices so you can't possibly miss it thing from to Come see them we can't halt describe them Ribbed Cotton Suit lined and warm for The famous Lucerne medicated against Union Suits from to 00 Boys full fleece-lined suits for SOc HIT 11 16 E Berry Street Money I AT REDUCED RATES The Building and Loan reduced its rates to borrowers This makes plan the installment plan in the state Ten Cannot Afford to Borrow ON ANY OTHER PLAN Call at Office for Pull Particulars INVESTMENT Interest paid on any amount deposited with the Association if left 60 days TRI-STATE BUILDING AND G W C A WILDING Fall and Winter Underwear We have a complete line of A STALEY Underwear and In Light Medium and Heavy Weight HATTERS 84 and 252 Calhoun St OFFICE RESIDENCE SS WAYNE STREET FT WAYNE TICE DISEASES EAR NOSE ADJUSTED DO YOU WANT If so call on us We can get MONEY you money on furniture pi- anos horses wagons carriages MONEY etc and leave the property in your possession Payments ar- MONEY ranged on the monthly ment plan or to suit your con- MONEY All business Ft Wayne Mortgage MONEY Loan Co Opposite Court House Second floor 44 MONEY houn Si over Store BIG REALTY DEAL Late this afternoon Willis Byron and Alfred Hattersley Jr purchased the Mergel business block on the southwest corner of Calhoun and Main streets for The erty fronts 20 feet on Calhonn street and 100 feet on Main street The Christian class of the Baptist church held a rery meeting last evening Rev J W Field pastor of tbe church a of the class which REPLY READY IF CHOATE IS TO TON TO GET ASSURANCE OK OUH ALLIANCE CANAL COMMISSION IMPORTANT WILL THE ROUTE PRESIDENT AT THE NEW SUBSIDY HILL W Oct an European that Ambassador e bring a sage from England asking what our would be England in European is not 1 liere Should Air Cho.itc such a message the state de- would answer that United will not abandon the policy but adhere U absolute neutrality CANAL BUSINESS V Oct the president of the Panama canal committee will arrive here to-day for a final talk with the Isthmian canal commission as to the terms tin which the property can be had by the ed States If the Panama route can be purchased the commission will probably recommend that route be- cause it will cost less than the loute The surveys maps etc have already cost Uncle Sam to prepare WILL PUSH FINANCIAL WASHINGTON Oct Overstreet of Indiana author of the financial which makes the silver dollar exchangeable for gold in conformity with the parity clause of the gold standard law had a long conference with President Roosevelt to-day and as a result announced that he will reintroduce his early during the next session He received assurances from the president his measure had the hearty ment of the administration and would be urged for passage in the forthcoming message to congress The more the parity between the metals than at present and places tho burden for such exchangeability on the reserve fund of the treasury in the same manner the greenbacks now rest upon the reserve It has been considered in complete harmony the gold standard act but has thus far been Kept out by some who doubl the policy not its wisdom The would make absolute the gold ard act and settle all questions con- with it for all time 1 RYE AND WASHINGTON Oct 15 Among President Roosevelt's visitors day were Representative Overstreet and Bishop Grant of Indianapolis Senator Frye of Maine tive Holliday of Indiana and all the men of the supreme court ator Frye 5s chairman of the com- on to which falls in the senate the oversight of ping subsidy legislation and he went over the whole subject with the pres yesterday afternoon To a cor- respondent Mr Frye said on entering the white It is true that 1 linn worked out a new subsidy or rather am now engaged in one Its I shall ily refuse to make public until it can be presented to congress for action I unwilling that in the time its features should become the shuttlecock of journalistic comment When presented the will be found to meet the reasonable wishes of the friends of our merchant rine and to do that as sively as possible has been the object of my long study Notice that I say I do not care what the en- emies fay Personally I think the old was the best subsidy that be drawn but of our friendly to the principle in- did not think so and so shall do everything in reason to meet their wishes Events are showing the great need of subsidy tion Our trade with the Philippines and the east reveals how handicapped we by our dependence on for- eign companies I believe that the subsidy project is much stronger be- fore the people than a year ago and thai a satisfactory will become cw at the session of congress Mr remained with the president for luncheon REEVES ALSO INDICTED HAVANA Oct Fiscal levins in the presentment of of and accused ol misappropriation of postoffice funds finds William H Reeves the auditor passed on their acts equally with the prisoners The ago in the the accused men amounts to INDICTED CUBA HAVANA Oct fiscal has landed an indictment to the cia in the fraud cases He asks that Neely Rathbone and each be sentenced to from to twenty-six years and to paj hwy The indictment which is a long ment has not been published yet but it is said that the charges nro over fifty The defense now has twenty days to prepare when the will name a day for the trial The election law has been in the Gazette The date oi the general elections is changed Dee 31 The law provides that a central board of composed of five members of the constitutional shall receive and trans- mit complete reports of all matters pert pining to the elections to the military governor who after ing full reports of the elections oi Feb 24 when a president vice will be elected will name the date for the of congress foi the inaugura tion of the president and vice dent and the transfer of the gov to the duly elected Cuban LEFT GUNS OUTSIDE Kv Oct Even man who entered the court room Caleb Powers is being tried to day was searched for deadly weapon by order of Judge Cantrill Ever judge and lawyers had to submit as hud been warned No were found UNREQUITED LOVE YOUNG MAN TO SHOO'l HIMSELF THROUGH HEART DESTROYER GOT WHAT UK NEWS FROM THE STATE Ind Oct Despondent Miss Robie Scott the young woman with whom he was in love did not reciprocate his tions Harvey Warren aged 20 years and a son of John Warren a town business man drew a revolver from his pocket last evening during a at the home of the young wo man and before her eyes placed the weapon against and fired lie fell to the floor with blood ning from an ugly wound just above the heart It is believed he cannot recover Scott is a daughter oi Ism Scott who is a well known rhant at Solon GOT WHAT HE DESERVED WABASH un dor instructions from the presiding jury Fulton court this morning acquitted James Watson and Roy Volitions last July for attempting to kill Frank Ireland trustee of Pleasant town ship Wabash county Ireland knocked down with a club and ter beaten being left for dead The main witness for the defense wa Mrs Watson who testified that foi three vears she had been intimate with Ireland having met him fifty times The judge declared to this that if these statements were true Ireland got just what he dc served and the verdict should be ac The has been a canst for months COUNTY CLERK DEFAULTS Ind Oct Clerk Charles L Mace was placed un- arrest to-day on an affidavit sworn to by two of his bondsmen charging him with embezzling county funds He was arraigned in Justice court and put under bond to appear for trial Saturday An investigation of the records in the county clerk's office that Mr Mace was about short Air Mace turned over to his bonds men his printing office the Miner and his residence property which supposed to have liquidated the short GLASS FACTORIES FIRE IN HARTFORD CITY Ind Oct 15 The co-operative window glass tories of the Johnson Glass company the Clelland Glass company representing sixty pots of the tion of co-operative window glass companies went into operation here last night together with every other co-operative plant in the Indiana gas beU SUIT MAY REVEAL ROMANCE COLUMBUS O Oct Alice a widow row of Detroit who is contesting with heirs of the late banker B Paul of ware for the possession of portion of the estate has filed suit against tbe for 400 The claim is based on three promissory notes which Mrs Fleming and which are signed by Paul She also claims 200 shares of stock in tlir First National bank of ware of which institution Paul was president Efforts have been made tc compromise the matter and prevent a suit which it is asserted will result in disclosing the romance n connection with the of Banker Paul and Mrs Firming Mrs Paul the widow will fight the suit HAS A CHANCE ALBANY N Y Oct conrt of appeals has granted Roland B a new trial He was charged Vith the killing of Mrs Adams by cyanide of mercury which was in- tended for one Harry Cornish neaux convicted largely evidence of handwriting experts He was sentenced to death Feb 16 1900 and has now been in Sing Sing for one rear and months His trial cost the county of Kings USE DYNAMITE CONTINUE TO HAVE A GOOD TIME WITH IVES IN OHIO TO DEPEND THE SHOOT AT HIS WINDOW PROFESSOR A SHEILD HIM UP AND PLACE HIM IN FRONT OF TIMES SHELBY O Oct Fanner bank at Tiro blown to pieces and looted this moi by six bank robbers Four of than guarded the bank with Winchester rifles and two blew the safe and front ont of the Lank explosion awakened tho citizens Mayor MeConnell living across the street from the bank lighted a and mode a good tar get as ho at the front window The broke the window about him but missed him by a hair They stood off the other citizens then went to a near-by livery stable bound and gagged the liveryman took several rigs awl made their es cape It is not known how much money they got but quite a large amount is on deposit in the bank is now stated that the bank robbers at Tiro near here got nothing at all CITIZENS AND ROBBERS FIGHT MT O Oct robbers this time tackled the bank at Danville near here at 2 this morning They used five charges of dynamite but did not get a cent Professor of Danville institute was captured bj the robbers while returning home He was bound gagged and compelled to sit the stone steps the robbers taking turns at guarding him The citizens were aroused by the sion and pot shots at the rob bers which the robbers returned was then between two fires and had to roll into the gutter art lie low to escape the bullets The robbers were finally driven away and the posse in pursuit is said to have the gang surrounded in a dense woods near BLOW OPEN POSTOFFICE Kv Oct blew open a safe in the Millersburg early this morning and cured in stamps and in money They overlooked in an old safe which was not cracked KEEPS ANARCHIST AN ALIEN BALTIMORE Md Oct of this city will not sue naturalization papers to Ever since Judge Stockbridge hab witnesses in naturalization cases ii the applicant was affiliated with any anarchistic society The question has been answered in the negative until in the case of Christian of Germany The witness for Aubel replied that the applicant belonged to circle No 1 of anarchists The application was refused EAGER FOR ARMY LIFE ImU Oct Elste Taj lor whose home is at Shoals Ind is in jail here charged with stealing a On Oct 1 Taylor enlisted in the regular army at ville and the following day went to Marysville to tell his relatives bye He missed the train on which lie should have returned to Louisville and seizing a that stood near the station leaped onto it and started on his wild ride of forty miles to Louisville Several times he had lo stop and remove the car from the track to allow trains to pass When lie reached his destination he bought a ticket for Jefferson Barracks Mo where he had been assigned and boarded a train Two officers from New Albany were close on his track mil arrived at Jefferson Barracks soon after young soldier He was and returned here to-day TO GO OVER NIAGARA FALLS will be closed when Sirs Taylor n she is approaching the fells the start being made more than a milis above It is estimated she wil be able to live an hour in the barrel the valve is closed and she ex- to be pulled out long before that time CITY Mich Oct Anna E Taylor teacher of dancing and physical culture who plans to over Niagara falls in a barrel some day this week has left for the falls and before going repeated her de- to make the attempt ler manager F M Russell with the banel is already ot the scene of the undertaking The barrel was mode under Mrs Taylor's supervision The will be padded and she will lave straps to hold to One end will K weighted and a valve will be placed n lie other end to admit sir Tote AGED INVENTOR IN JAIL Mich Oct Crane 75 J ears of age ragged am hungry wat arrested to-day on com- plaint of W C Appleton who charges him with theft Crane was later re- lea by Justice on his own to appear for ex- amination Oct 18 When a young man was an mechanic He begin experimenting on a machine for shipping tags After of patient labor he finally made one which lacked but one attachment to secure the owner's fortune Tags manufactured by it however at that threatened to revolution ize MIC industry Crane graj and ragged in attempting to perfect the machine Appleton advanced money on a of sale for the became with Crane's progress and the chin U is alleged that Crane broke into the factory and took the part of tbe invention ACTS TO VXS IS WOKD TO COM- OF THE G A R Oct is semi- officially announced that President will make nu change in the pension bureau II Clay Evans will continue as pension commissioner ASSURED WASHINGTON Oct A special to the Cleveland Press says that Eli commander-in-chief of the G A IJ has word from President Roosevelt that if the charges against II Evans that he is hostile to the old soldiers is proved he must walk the plank Otherwise he will be retained as pension commissioner o STUDENT AN ALLEGED BURGLAR Ind Oct gar II Fake the former Notre Dame student under arrest at Chicago charged with burglary entered tho university in September He came from the coast where he had a poor reputation He was asked to withdraw in October In September 1900 he was taken back out of consideration for his mother who was expected Oct 20 He was not an athlete and was not even a member of any of the hall teams It is said Fake stele clothing and articles from students and was accused by the students of being connected with the burning of the gjninasiii'n and of participating in an attempted burglary here He was arrested at South Bend for stealing from a former Notre Dame student who befriended him He to jail and then warned to leave town His mother at first plied him with money but refused to let him live with her JEWS MAY GET PALESTINE LONDON Oct Zangwill the novelist poet and playwright the coming conference of the Zionists in Basle Switzerland It is not impossible that Dr may have a great surprise for the world to be announced at that He has been negotiating n person with the sultan of Turkey it charter for Palestine and it is that he has obtained that charter It seems likely at any rate that the charter may be had before months Once the charter js assured much larger contributions should be obtained We have at ent about most of it from hree to fonr subscribers And after he charter is obtained and the money s the poor folk among the Tews will have a place of refuge at ast BUFFALO CATTLE MARKET EAST LIBERTY Oct receipts light market steady Hogs Mr ten cam on nte Sheep FEAR FOR HER LETTERS RECEIVED FROM MISS STONE BUT HANSOM MONEY HAS NOT BEEN CLAIMED MORE KIDNAPPING BELIEVED THAT ALL FOREIGNERS AKF IX ATTRACT ION DIDN'T GET ACROSS BALLOONIST BROUGHT BACK OX NEWS FOREIGN SHORES SOFIA Oct fate of Stone who is held brigands still lungs in the balance Letters have been received from her at She that great nas shown at first but now that the Turkish soldiers ate on the trail of the her lot lias been much harder She begs that the som be sent at once No one has yet appeared it the agreed rendezvous to claim the ransom money already sent or to tell what is the fate of the kidnapped woman BALLOON ATTEMPT FAILS TOULON France Oct to adverse winds the Count De La Vanx was unable to make Algiers by balloon lie was brought back by the cruiser to this port TO ASSIST THE BOERS LONDON Oct Central News says that Maude Gonne times called the Irish Joan of has evaded the British detectives who have been watching her and is now en route for Cape Colony The of South African ports copling to the Central News have been warned to watch for her Miss is well known in America She a tour of the country early this advocated the obtaining of Irish freedom by force She warmly with the Boors ILL ALL FOREIGNERS LONDON Oct the tian world awaits with breathless in- terest news of the fate of Miss Ellen M Stone a captive of brigands the comes that a man has been kidnapped by the same sort of and every foreigner in Macedonia is to be similarly seized This is said to be the plan of the Macedonian committee Its members hope by wholesale captures to force upon the civilized world the absolute need of reforms They propose to show that affairs for the security of the public are in a most wretched state and to throw the blame upon I urkey and especially upon the tan supreme ruler over the province News of the latest sensation to spring tip near the scene of Miss Stone's cap- came to the Daily Mail last night through its correspondent at Vienna The dispatch reads as It is announced from charest that Herr the of a German firm has been kidnapped by Bulgarian gands at Silistra The trover has a protest to Sofia and the Bulgarian government has ordered troops to pursue the gands It is rumored that the donian committee has decided to cap- ture every foreigner within reach in older to attract European attention to the bad state of public security in Macedonia Miss Stone's are Turks according to a dispatch from Vienna to the Daily Express This correspondent the driver who accompanied Miss Stone when she was kidnapped has arrived at Sofia He her captors are Turks The Bulgarian police who are not satisfied with his statements are keeping him under TO BREAK WILL PATERSON N 7 Oct S left to the Metro- Museum of Art of New York nud nothing to his relatives One of the legal representatives of the tives said This will is to be broken on ground plain and clear We plain and we can prove that years bef ire his death Jacob S Rogers made an agreement with his three brothers Theodore Jason and Columbus pledging in writing to one another that each would dispose of liis property at death to the older or their families The three brothers adhered to the mc it and their wills in ance There was only one copy of that agreement and we know where it Is KILLED BY NOISELESS SHOTS RICHMOND Oct em- ployes of the Richmond Locomotive works in number are much ex- cited over two mysterious events which occurred there One of these was the death of John O'Brien of the riveting department and the other not five minutes earlier the serious wounding of vin Stanley Parker who was working no far from O'Brien both men being wounded while tit work The wen were struck by bullets of small iber driven with great force O'Brien's heart being drilled while a fatal was U lit The People's Paper are thought to have come from powerful air ride Although were men near Uie time no one heard any report tuft is not the faintest idea the came from Parker Is able to talk gave the the following account of I said in placing brackets on a Suddenly I felt s me 1 moment or T- and 1 recovered I looked and to tee if there was about There was no 11 was impossible for the wound to been inflicted except from a fired from the outside nearest point from shots could have bern fired is at 2.10 from the place the men were at work SMOKED RSH lie Smoked White Vish Ib iSc Uj Select can Standard best stewing cin Bleached Celery Cape Cod Cranberries Oc out Chestnuts qnt Jersey Potatoes pk PRAISE FOR SCHLEY HIS HIS SONAL ADMIRAL IS MAKING THE OF HIS INNING IN THE IN- COURT WASHINGTON Oct end the Schley inquiry is now in sight General Raynor this morning that the testimony he would would be short and concise Lieutenant Commander Sears who 011 the at the battle the first witness called During the battle I turned to Com- modore Schley and said I thought the would try to ram us He sented I think He then gave the order Hard but Cook had already given that Lieutenant Sears w as How many times have you seen dore Schley under live times was the reply What was his He was a model for anybody conduct was emulation al all times His faculties were if thing clearer when he was in sonal danger He was always ting himself in exposed positions and I was continually begging him to careful NO OFFENSE IN INDIANA SULLIVAN Ind Oct case of the state vs Patton and aft indictments returned by the jury for fighting were for trial in the Sullivan court to-day On motion of the attorneys both indictments quashed Judge Harris holding there was no offense of prize fighting in the stale of Indiana it not a common law offense and not defined by the statutes of the state ATTORNEY GENERAL TALKS INDIANAPOLIS Oct General Taylor said last night could express no opinion of the ion without first it and ing more of the case and more of judge rendering the decision however made following There is in Indiana law to prize fighting There will be no prize fighting in while I have anything to do with it They thought there was no way to stop the gambling at Roby but we found a to do it BARGAINS IN JARDINIERS DORS AND CHINAWARE Jardiniers 7 to 10 incites usual price to our price Sf and each Glared and each Fine and each Glazed and Pointed Cuspidors only lOc each Cups and special set and lOc Platters SOc and Berl values in the city in 5 end Mfc Dishes Dinner Sets and Toilet Sets nt greatly reduced prices WHITE FRUIT CHICAGO GRAIN MARKET CHICAGO Oct comber wheat com January pork Dr G C Keel the dentist hns tcr two of labor and instruments thai of untold value to the dental The one is known is a tameter and is to get the diameter of n tooth that crowned The second is a and Is brought into when the of tooth is to removed THE WEATHER WSPA PER
Once upon a time newspapers were our main source of information. Now those old newspapers are a reliable source for hundreds of years of history and secrets of the past. Now you can search for people, places, and events without the hassle of sorting through mountains of papers!
Newspaper Archive is the world's largest online newspaper database featuring over 130 million newspaper pages. Plus our database expands by one newspaper page per second for a total of around 2.5 million pages per month! The value of your membership grows along with it.
Those looking to find out more about their forefathers can empower their genealogy search with Newspaper Archive. Within our massive database, users can search ancestors' names for news stories and obituaries. We must understand our past to understand our future!
24 hours a day Monday-Saturday
Your full introductory membership payment will be credited toward the cost of full membership any time you choose to upgrade!
"It is amazing how easy and exciting it is to access all of this information! I found hundreds of articles about my relatives from Germany! Well worth the subscription!" - Michael S.
"I love this site. It's interesting to read articles about different family members. I've found articles as well as an obituary about an uncle who passed away before I was born, and another about a great aunt. It's great for helping with genealogy." - Patricia T.
"A great research tool. Allows me to view events and gives me incredible insight into the stories of the past." - Charles S.