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Fort Wayne News, The (Newspaper) - November 21, 1901, Fort Wayne, Indiana THE FORT WAYNE NEW Twenty-Eighth Year THURSDAY EVENING NOVEMBER 21 The MEN'S TOGS now is What shall I get father for SHALL f What on earth shall I get for ters and brothers arc saying the same thing the country fhe The Best Men's Best it seems to ns and wj from for a man or boy is something ful something that he can wear And it can be ful and ornamental at the same time you have a purpose Christmas is nearly hero Our store wili soon be crowded The good things here will soon begin to disappear Better come in Pick out n handsome of our elegant ties nobby ders or We will help you in your selection and we're sure it will please him more than some pretty but en- tirely useless COM QUIET STATES WAR VESSELS KEEP EXCITABLE SOUTH AMERICANS SUBDUED LINCOLN MEMORIAL SENATOR MAKES PLANS in charge of the middle purely -i matter of department routine anil the exact reason for making the change at this time can not be definitely ascertained It is the policy in the department to keep at work in other states AND THEN THE QUEEN OF SERVIA SLAPPED HER FOR A GREAT STATUE FOR THE CAPITAL from which hey are appointed There are a few exceptions but not many This probably had more to do with change of assignment with Dice than anything else Mr Dice IK ex- to come to Washington within a few days to see about his future position The salaries of the are not materially different jeach being about per annum POISON AND QUICKLY REPENTED DOMESTIC TROUBLE PHILADELPHIA POSTMASTER Roosevelt to-day decided to appoint McMichael at ABANDON THE PLANS was born in and served through the was shal of the District of Columbia at A one time Fred Douglass a i colored man in that office i 1 IJ 1 I 1144 DECISION ON GAS RATES j BELGRADE SENSATION TURNS OUT TO HAVE KEEN A COM- FAMILY FIGHT RESOLUTIONS IN FAVOR OF Y ARE COMPANY TO STRAND WITH A NEWS 0 Nov court in deciding a ease brought by the cities of Newark and to the s from increasing their flat BUDAPEST axa to-day publishes what it alleges arc the details yf the Belgrade sensa- tion According to this Present PIXLEY GO Garland the Trade Our Stove trade week has been immense Every kind is going Coal Stoves Ranges Cook Stoves and Gas Heaters Our STOCK is still com- plete Call and Ex- and get our Prices H J ASH Reliable Stove Dealer WASHINGTON Nox Perry commanding the battleship cabled the department day PANAMA rate or so much per decided King Alexander and Queen Draga Navy the notification The transit and telegraph are open Everything is here a meter rate is for violently yesterday at noon No further interference since a cannot and the king slipped face make a new flat rate within that Tlw latter withdrew to her boudoir of interest to and then rushed about palace shrieking Help save ire io 1 The decision is all natural gas towns diction although he could not bte well enough to read he had felt great pleasure every day watching the Ex en takes his place at a west window where a chanter from the Bible is read to him as the sum sets Although a in marriage Raby han never he was crossed in love and the second time he swore he never love and has kept his word Noah Raby was born in 1772 in Gatesville N When 21 he became overseer of a plantation in where he fell in with Par ili Parker the owner of a plantation Thinking his loxe unrequited when wir of broke out he enlisted on lie United States man-of-war ing through the war When he re- turned shp was married to his cessor in the Later he came north and met Anne When all arrangements had been wads for their she ran away with another man Ho thon made a and since has been distrustful of women A Tie Game Heard about Fort lie's good dressers are trying to buy ties faster than Buhne i Bro can get them in They can't do it though They've just received another big shipment of the tiest bits of neckwear ever seen Every imaginable color or pattern all entirely The Imperial leads yon car tie it like an Ascot Puff or The Derby Hand is a close second Heaps of others every one a peach They've got the tie store of the there's no question about it H BOHNE BRO Our Ads Tell the Fads 84 252 Calhoun St Op Bui son OFFICE RESIDENCE 55 WAYNE STREET FT WAYNE LIMITED TO DISEASES OF THt EAR NOSE OFFICE SEEKERS BESIEGE MAYOR SETH LOW The Hon Seth Low late president of Columbian university mayor-elect of York city is ning to realize the full extent of trials and tribulations that go along with the chief magistracy of the empire city Although Mayor does not enter his office until next January he is already besieged by importune office seekers The above graphic snapshot shows Low being by two GLASSES ADJUSTED MONEY DO YOU WANT If so call on us We can MONEY get yon money on furniture pianos horses wagons MONEY etc and leate the property in MONEY won Payments arranged on the monthly installment MONEY plan or to suit your con- All business con- Fort Wayne gage Loan Co Opposite VONEY Court House Second floor H Calhoun St over Store Read Siore ad on fifth page Coh n is in the possession of iho and quiet Signed PERRY fOK A MEMORIAL WASHINGTON Nov proposes to introduce a in the senate providing for an memorial to Abraham Lincoln in Washington Representative mcr introduced such a in the house yenrs ago and urged it on congress through the Senator Cullom's will be like Mr Senator Cullom's will provide that the memorial of Lincoln be located in accordance with the plans of the park commission and he hopes a fitting design may be obtained by means of a competition ire in which the greatest artists of the world can be induced to compete He is anxious to obtain suggestions from The any one in regard to any that may contribute to the of his project PLAN ABANDONED WASHINGTON Nov tional reciprocity convention has practically abandoned the Kasson reciprocity treaties and resolved in favor of a reciprocity commission am a department of commerce res these to congress were adopted The firs resolution recommending a ity commission had only three against it one of these was with drawn only opponents The other recommending a depart ment of commerce with an member of the cabinet was adopter by unanimous vole The president of the contention Theodore Search instructed to this tian to Pn sident Roosevelt and in company with the other officers ol the convention fo present both lutions to the committee on finance of the and the committee on EIGHTY ARE MISSING NO NEtt LIGHT ON THE COLORADO MINE HORROR WHITNEY OPERA HOUSE AGED BY CIDE IN FURNACE Colo Nov new light has been the terrible mine disaster here men known to hate perished and The doctors administered remedies and the life was saved but she is prostrated from the effects of her scare Conflicting reports were current in Vienna last night that the queen had been assassinated and that she had suicide No official ment is TS yet forthcoming Alexander and his queen have King led a BOWERY IS FOR SALE NKW YORK Nov historic theater years ago the best house in the city is for sale It was opened in and has been in almost constant operation since The site will be used for a business house for the theater has lost all value for theatrical purposes cat and dog life ever since their riage The king desired an heir The j arranged a conspiracy a year ago by which he was to be made to believe that an heir had been born The king discovered the plot and she took poison rnd nearly died at that time while the was at all over Europe He finally forgave Draia but life together has not ALEXANDER JOHNSON HONORED AT INDIANAPOLIS ADVOCATES A NEW POLICY IN THE 1 0 O NEWS FROM THE INDIANAPOLIS Ind Nov Special to the the ing of the grand lodge 1 O 0 F in this city to-day the annual tion of s was held and ander Johnson of Fort Wayne was chosen grand warden for the state Mr Johnson is the father of proposed legislation whereby the grand lodge in charge defunct or sti gling lodges within its jurisdiction CONFESSES MANY CRIMES INDIANAPOLIS Ind Nov Tohn Yerrall last night surrendered to the police officers and was locked up as the confessed of fifty or more crimes in various parts of the country all of which he has heretofore avoided ing a penalty for Forgery and hate been his forte and lie admits hating committed these crimes successfully in thirty or more of the country The aggregate of his stealings he estimates at BREMEN GIRLS MISSING BREMEN Nov dis- appearance oi Mias Exa Franklin 17 and Miss Maude Lower aged IS is enveloped in mystery two eft their homes Monday to attend school but neither appeared at the building that day The met after their and were seen to board a Baltimore GIVE BATTLE TENNESSEE FARMERS WITH RIFLES ATTACK HUNTERS FATAL SIDE DISTRICT ATTORNEY GIVES IH THEORY 01 THE REASON FOR AYRES MURDER ROBBED BURGLARS GET IX THEIR WORK AND ESCAPE WITH BOOTY AMOUNTING TO The People's Paper a decision handed oy the civil commission Service of the of expulsion was had bt Chief O'Neill on Captain Colleran before the verdict of the merit board had been divulged and Colleran was thus pre- from securing an injunction as Lieutenant Peter J also of the bureau Tho chil service commissioners found guilty in the and Barrett of having violated rules CO 67 of tin police to neglect of and a police is till Mayor Harrison Ji consider the general proposition abolishing the of detn Chief O'Neill lias Detective Lieutenants Andrew L'ohan and John to manage the bureau under his tisi m Of hcs FOUND ALIVE NEAR GRAVE Kt 21 Guns that were loaded for ordinary game were used to end human lives just over the border in Tennessee to day H is the law to carry game out of Tennessee and the farmers aie all posted Virginia hunters were hunting on the grounds of John Smith Smith tried to get the err to leave He was insulted and arming and sons he under- took to drive the strangers away Theic was a pitched battle with many shots fired in which Tom Wallace aged 20 was ed The hunters escaped and ed to Virginia ROBBED la Nov 21 The at this county was last night DECATUR Ala Nov alixe s the casket the grave when the body was seen to move The cancel hurried to the home of where he is treatment had been pronounced dead by the physicians and he lay nil day for two nights apparently The safe was dynamited and the of- lice looted of all cash stamps and money orders loss will be about TRIAL OF MRS WASHINGTON Nov Attorney Taggart this morning out- BAD FOR POLICEMAN TRIED TO PREPARE ALIBI EVIDENCE POINTING TO HIS GUILT DISCOVERED CORONER TO-DAY Ind Nox dence was found to-day where lined the prosecution in the Bonine Sherwell had murder case He says the state will the previous to his arrest in at- show that the relations between and Mrs Bonine became bo to prepare taker at the P an alibi The theater Ohio train gation since for the their departure dis- that she took the liberty of was sworn the coroner and lie told going to his room whenever she fell disposed to not only when he was memory as to sent but when he was there in night Sherwell formally of day and in hours of night the police force to-day these relations ceased of He refused tried to refresh hia him that Ayres desire to have it so and came the murder then WANTS CHINESE KEPT OUT WASHINGTON Nov increase in mj surrey on the night of Monday ave Nov 11 When I heard that the I ut TO congress closes the fact that each took with jn addition Secretary Gage is the re- her her jewels the Mie gain possession of They are the daughters of the wealthiest and the work of is xery HOUSE BURNS DETROIT Mich Nov and of the house MANAGEMENT CHANGED WASHINGTON Nov will be a change in the management of the middle division of rural free de- livery service The headquarters of this division is nt and new in charge of Francis M Dice of Crawfordsville He probably will bo succeeded Samuel M of West Virginia Mr has no Indiana connections having bren recommended for office by ator Elkins He has n high standing in the department The change nMy will take place very soon It is understood that Mr Dice will be re- quested to take n position as field agent of the department and take an alignment of duty in some western state cither in Illinois or Iowa It has been known for some time that there n change in the officer eighty are unaccounted foi tunnel is still filled with smoke i TO AMERICAN COMPETITION Mew I XMV VORK i not going to sit down quietly unde I tho of its commerce says th Tribune's London correspondent Tin Whitney opera house was damaged of the great urban by fire this morning to the extent of the Rhine hate determined t It will be two weeks before leave no stone unturned to mee the house can resume business No one was hurt in the fire THK UNPARDONABLE mid- to make any further statement EVIDENCE OF GUILT EVANS VILLE Ind Not have made but one taid Wilbur S Sherwell the policeman charged with the murder of Miss Roosevelt his message to congress Lena Renner one of the two women will not only recommend the strangled to death Monday night of the Chinese exclusion act Nov 11 and that is that I should but vill go further and recommend have told the truth about bein out that ir strengthened to its efficiency Tho president information to-day to Representative finger of suspicion was pointed nt me of California An anti- I made up mind to deny that I Chinese contention composed of nt all of my troubles haye come upon me for that reason The chain of dence continues to tighten around tho prisoner and each succeeding day in- the general belief that Sher- well is the guilty man Evidence by the coroner to-day wint fo show that on Monday evening of the night of the double tragedy Sherwell was at Cook's brewery just across the street from the homo of the ner girl and it was just about this time that the girl answered a knock at her door and after returning a moment later informed a man who was in her room at the time that sho of meets in San Francisco to-day to take action looking to the ment of the exclusion law and as an member of that contention Mr desired to ascertain the president's views The dent's decision is the result of an ex- of all the facts appertaining to the Chinese exclusion act The of the treasury has received hundreds of petitions be forwarded to congress of of letters and telegrams from all parts of the try urging him to come out night a man threw himself competition The first step they have decided upon is the canal of the Moselle and Saar which means they hope to lessen tin cost of to the coast The scheme is cost marks am inlo a furnace at null TV His body was roasted beyond WI a vonr to lation Only one foot was left that PLAN A was not burned This caught in the LONDON Nov action furnace door and by it he was hauled Anglo-American syndicate in out Every part of his body was broiled like a piece of meat Nothing was left by which to identify him WILL APPEAR WITH IRVING NEW YORK Nov announced last night that after he London county for a lease of a site on the north side of the Strand for the crce tion of -in office building on American lines to cost may lead to a revolution in architecture out the British capital The plan much comment the principal argument in its favor that with eion werks of increasing taxation real estate had been signed whereby Cecilia Loftus leading woman of K H rn's company playing in If I Were at the theater will play the leading feminine roles for Sir Henry and the London ceum stock company during thr nation season As Mr Frohman de- ns cannot afford to continue small buildings on property OLDEST MAN ALIVE NiCW YORK Nov Raby the noted of New Miss Loftus to remain with Mr has become blind and his health is Sot hern as long as possible during his failing No wonder tour she will not leate Ruby is nearly 130 yenrs London the latter part of the Mr Frohman states that Miss Lof- fov old Forty years ago he was taken to the poor Up o that he had lived an active life will return to this country under the ago of four he has smoked a ni iis management after the end of the but last summer he sorrowfully pave season It is the for fear it would injure that Miss hllen Terry for his His mental a score of years Sir Henry's main sufficiently unimpaired so that ng actress is about to retire frnn nt Saturday afternoon receptions he stage and that she would hav two years npo had not Sir been in financial straits at he poor house he still gives ad- tico on any topic to the rural men His blindness comes as an li nun cuts in this town to locate in of re-enactment The appointment to go the young and handsome girls in j of the treasury however has riding during the with northern Indi nia cities and towns has j declined to take in regard Tho watchman nt the thus far been of no Detectives to the law brewery Ronner hato been engaged by thr parents to the runaway girls ARRESTS FOR GAS WASTE WABASH Ind Nov for violation of the law the waste of gas in the drilling of oil wells were made when two of the mosc ment men in the the county were southern part of arrested On in- formation filed by Brice Kinney dep- uty gas inspector Tobias Miller ex- county commissioner and one of the wealthiest residents of the count v and J C F Martin a prominent merchant of were taken into custody by Constable Gwynn of this city They furnished bond The accused nre stockholders in the ican Oil company of and the arrests arc to make tost cases MEETING OF ARCHBISHOPS WASHINGTON Nor a of the of the Catholic church for the ion of the affairs of the inaugurated to-day in Hall at the Catholic university The worked in executive session It IF understood that questions the church in our now island and matters relating fo the organisation of Catholic societies were considered Tho question of the of the Knights of Columbus s to be thoroughly threshed out by he archbishops TO ABOLISH THE T P A'S COLUMBUS 0 Nov are formed to abolish the if all traveling passenger and freight in the Passenger lation territory This would hundred railroad officials out of positions SAYS COLONEL WAS DRUNK YORK Nov martial of Colonel R E was resumed at the navy yard to-day The first witness called was Sidney C a stenographer fied to the of his report of proceedings at the court of inquiry regarding Colonel Major Charles II of the United marine corps who preferred the charges against the accused officer the principal witness lie told of a to the marine barracks in Brooklyn on June IS last for the purpose of making an inspection and stated that Colonel Meado was on that occasion under the influence of liquor and unfit for duty SHOWS TELEPATHY OF TWINS same brewery the Renner woman ns the same one who visited tho brewery one Inst summer with Rhorwell by another woman large in and who answers fo flip de- scription of Mrs Tiniley day's draws and closer on two fho the fateful find fho general belief is that before tho ond of fho week the gre it will havo noon SYRACUSE N Y Nov supposed to exist between twins who are separated was shown in the ease of Mrs Nelson of this city whose twin brother John Salisbury has just died in Chicago Mrs became restless and strangely depressed on Saturday Nov 9 without any apparent cause and she was also in great physical pain Her condition worse un- til last Friday afternoon when n tele- gram announcing the death of her brother in Chicago was She is now critically ill COLLERAN IS OUSTED CHICAGO Nov Luke P Colleran chief of the detective bureau and general manager of the so-called front office in the city hall was discharged from the police depart meiff late yesterday afternoon bv Chief of Police in pursuance to OYSTERS AND SMOKED FISH Selects for frying Standards best can Smoked White Fish lOc Ib Smoked Finnan Iceland Halibut Ib Herring Oc each Holland Herring each Herring keg Aim Fresh Pickerel Celery bunch Cane Cod Cranberries Oc qnt FRUIT o CHICAGO GRAIN MARKET CHICAGO Nov De- cember wheat 73 corn CO: oats i pork o- CHICAGO CATTLE MARKET 0.000 rents CHICAGO Nov Cattle slow dull Hogs higher Sheep 18.000 steady o BUFFALO CATTLE MARKET EAST LIBERTY Nov ligM Hogs liberal active Sheep fair slow THE WEATHER Generally fair to-night and Friday warner
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