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Fort Wayne News, The (Newspaper) - December 24, 1901, Fort Wayne, Indiana I Year I TUESDAY EVENING 24 1901 The People's Paper A Gold Watch Given Away Every Night Beginning Monday we will give to our customers a Gold Watch every night at 9 o'clock OUR With erery dollar's worth of goods purchased of us we will give a coupon ticket This coupon will be detached and deposited in a sealed box the retaining the original ticket and at 9 o'clock each evening we will present to some of our tomers the watch choice of or gents Buy your Christ mas present here and at the time you may a wine Watch for yourself CO TAKES ADVICE GOVERNOR SHAW IS IX TION WITH HENDERSON OVER CABINET POSITION WONT CENSURE HIM DEPARTMENT WILL TAKK NO COGNIZANCE OF REAR AD- MIltAL BROWN'S REMARKS BOTH DISAPPOINTED NEITHER DEWEY OU MILKS WILL TO NEWS CHICAGO Ike ment came from DCS the corpse the lad h isti neel to notify Gardner sin under- taker of this place who was hunting quail nearby Hutchison was the son of a wealthy at 111 son in anil financial but gradually drifted to drink lost position after position and became a outcast lie married Miss Hubbard of ington Ind who separated from him three years ago and with throe dren now Hies at in eldest son Samuel jr aged 12 years mode tuo rials un- search for his dead father MOORE MAY BE LYNCHED HOT SPRINGS Ark Dec F Mooie who shot and killed lames darner and wounded hip brother here afternoon was held bj tin jury afternoon to answer to a charge of in in fisit degree Moore would not appear in the court room until it had been of all save the attorneys jury and press representatives fearing that he would he at the first op- Immediately the verdict was reached the took DASHED DOWN ELEVATOR IN CHICAGO PALLS TEX WITH FOUR SONS IN THE CAGE UP BUILDINGS AND DE- IMPROVEMENTS OVER A LARGE SECTION FIREMEN ARE HURT TRUCK COLLIDES WITH TROLLEY FINDS GAS WITH A CANDLE CHICAGO Dee in the of fell from the tenth to the main this and the fire has reached the new Goldsmith building across uto Alley and threatens other able buildings on that side MURDERER PAYS PENALTY BOSTON Dee this morning a Pole of the murder of one of his national countrymen Casimir Jud was electrocuted The tion was successful in In seven minutes after the first current of ten was plied dead was FAIR WEATHER FOR CHRISTMAS Governor Shaw vvho is raid to wisoner to station and been the portfolio hiin to the slate penitentiary for Mife morning its four occupants i KIT miming us lour occupants -is i arrive in thh keeping The is strong They were from for en route to but instead Moore may be F Hughes and Fred lie Hbr r boarded a train for I Dee to the weather bureau Christmas day will be generally fair except that along the lakes and in the mountain districts of tlm middle states snow flurries are probable A moderate temperature is promised AKRON GETS A LIBRARY AKRON O Dec town re- Christmas gift a new Honey I Money I AT REDUCED RATES The Tri-State Building and Loan Association has reduced its rates to borrowers makes the plan the cheapest installment plan in Ton Cannot Afford to Borrow ON ANY OTHER PLAN Call at Office Particulars INVESTMENT Interest paid on any amount de- posited with the Association if left TRI-STATE BUILDING AND G W C A WILDING Holiday Suggestions Useful Gifts Umbrellas Travelling Bags SuitCases NecKwear Mufflers f Everything New Everything at Popular Prices F H BOHNE BRO HATTERS and MEN'S FURNISHERS Or Buison OFFICE RESIDENCE 53 WAYNE STREET DISEASES OF THE EYE EAR NOSE ADJUSTED MONEY DO YOU WANT If call on ui We can MONEY get yon money on furniture pianos horses wagons MONEY etc and leave the property in your MONEY eion Payments arranged on the monthly MONEY plan or to suit your con- All MONEY Fort Wayne gage Loan Co Opposite MONEY Court House floor Calhoun St over MONEY Store where be said to be in con- ference with Hendi son and Allison NOT line with tl e ed stop the f Hither discussion eu Sehley case so is the tive hr inch of the government is con- cerned the has that it will ignore the reported recent utter me es of Admirals and Bel Knap somewhat in the lines of General Miles interview There was current gossip to the these admirals nnd also Richmond F would be called up before the ment for of their inter- Long to dis- cuss the subject to sny so far as possible the whole Sehley cout rov ei dropped bj the navy department said that the department had not asked an nation of Admirals Uronn and nap MILES VXD OLT i WASHING Dec Post that neither nor will represent the government at the King Edward VII It is in Washington that this is si punishment fejr the stand taken in the Sehley matter It is not de- who ill be appointed to this now that the heids of the army and navy have been ex- cluded DELEGATION FOR CORONATION WASHINGTON Dee con- gress convenes after the re- cess Cullom will introduce a joint resolution providing that n gation from the present congress be sent to England the States at the coronation of King Edward VII The resolution will pi vide that at least MX members of th senate committee on foreign relation and six members the house con em foreign affairs be appointe to the function All will be paid from the contingent fun eif both houses CAPTAIN COOK IS BETTER WASHINGTON th United States naval hospital it wa stated to-day that Captain Francis A Cook's condition was a little better although he is confined to his bed an kept very quiet His are nov with him WILLIAM E CHANNING DEAD CONCORD Mass Dec Channing the last of the broth including Thoreau Hawthorn and who made famous died He was born il Boston Nov 29 1818 He was an author of marked originality ant poetic power though less than his three contemporaries published volumes number nine am tin left copious manuscripts fron which selections will be made for pub Mention later He married Ellen Fuller sister of in leaves five children EXTRAVAGANT PRESENTS NEW YORK Dee P president of the Central Trust company received a prcs lnt of from the directors of he company for his faithful services and is an expression of their gooc will nnd appreciation The company give to its employes as a of merit 59 cent of their salaries or a Christmas token This means hat men who receive a will receive as their share DEATH OF AN Ind Dec u plasterer and once n citizen was found frozen o death beside a stack on St Vincent's farm three from this city at 5 o'clock last vening Hutchison suffering from n disease and was to the county infirmary six ago Consumed by an insane for strong drink IIP eluded TJie Western Union regular office hours to-morrow are from 8 to 10 a m and 4 to 6 p m but Manager Perry will a smill force at work all cold fifty Ifl of i in the extremely cold weather en- to reach this city Officers relatives instituted search at once thinking he was overcome by but he could not fl ftf be located IN SIGHT NEGOTIATIONS LOOKING FOIt PEACE AND BOERS ARE BEGUN PROTOCOL IS SIGNED ARGENTINA AND CHILI FORMALLY AGREE THAT KING SH AR- BITRATE DISPUTE CONGRATULATE HIM POPE RECEIVES MANY PRESENTS AND NEWS FROM FOREIGN SHORES BIRMINGHAM Eng Dee Post hears in a well informed ter that are passing between London and Berlin the tute of which anticipates a settlement of the South African INEXHAUSTIBLE RICHES CAPE TOWN Dec Diamond company at an annual ing to-day reports the of to be The stockholders be- lieve that the end of the war is in sight The life of the mines it was stated is 144 jears longer HAVE SIGNED PROTOCOL VALPARAISO Chili Dec confirms the report that Chili and Argentina have reached an agreement afternoon the Argentine ter of affairs and Senor Con- cha the Chilian minister signed n declining the between the two countries at an end Both governments agree to respect the protocol of ind not to cise dominion in the disputed tories penning the award of his Britannic iMis FOR popr right 1901 by Parkinson Co A CHRISTMAS AWAKENING I The latter was the last to eage and had just wished the other u merry Christmas when the bolt in the shaft snapped and the BORDEN'S BIG HEART MAKES EMPLOYES KOU HAPPY shot to the bottom A FOOL WITH A CANDLE KENTON O Dec explosion of in Bartholomew's fruit store this morning demolished three stores injured five persons two seriously GIVES THEM ALL MONEY THEY TEK WAS ABOUT land broke fourteen large plate I show The windows were also broken in nearly every building around the public square A plumber WASHINGTON Dec story is as looking for a natural gas leakage just given out of how William with a candle ley Foulke now in Indiana stopped a j IN COLOR VDO CIVIL SERVICE STOPS DASHES A PISTOL ASIDE AS WAS TO SHOOT WOULD HAVE HAD I WAGES REDUCED TALL RIVER Mass Dee Notices were posted in the four mills of the Fall River Iron works senous quarrel which might DENVER Col Dec tornado by M Borden of New York murder While riding a wheel struck the his employes he makes them near Scott Circle he found a carrier having an altercation with n colored coachman The commissioner from his wheel and hurriedly approached the disputants aiming the carrier had drawn a The dmer perched em his list as olver box and with his horses to care vas helpless nnd presented a shining nark for his antagonist's fire but eire the weapon could be fairly limed Mr Foulke who is quick of notion had thrown himself in fremt if it and was pushing the carrier way Get back hen seeing the mistress of the iage descending the steps of the before which the had place he went back to reassure e-r as to the share the driver had in the affair and save the man rolu unnecessary blame o be Mrs Truxton Beale the er of the late James G A ostal investigation followed but the account of the origin of the nan who appeared as chief witness or the prosecution differed so f that the postmaster concluded that view of the fact that the pistol as only brandished and not buildings and improvements are numerous The worst effect was in Golden thirteen miles west of ver where over a score of houses were unroofed No fatalities arc re- TOWN IS CONSUMED DUNLOW W Va Dec night fire broke out ih the postoffice building and destroyed almost tne entire business district The fire de- consisted of a bucket brigade The loss is about FIREMEN ARE INJURED TOLEDO O Dec going to a frc early this morning truck No with a streetcar Three men wore thrown freim the truck and present of all tli they would have earned had not the reeluction in wages gone into effect in his mills after the other ers refused to meet his advance The Iron Works mills manufacture cotton goods and people are employed in the Borden's Christmas present amounts in total to about CLEVELAND IS STILL ILL 1 PRINCETON N J Dec belief that former President Grover Cleveland has not recovered from his recent illness was confirmed to-day when Mrs Cleveland gave out a were seriously injured Captain mcnt as While Mr 4 v lin linn 14 fn HH was also thrown and died nt St Vincent's hospital later and John are not to live WHOLE TOWN ON FIRE Pa Dec nre the dense part of the down town districts One whole square is burning The fire in a in the rear of Wallace's furniture store nnd spread rapidly The neighboring towns are office land's health is such ns to entirely relieve his friends any hension he is yet far from well nnd has not been able to leave his room for nearly five weeks ur COLUMBUS 0 Dec an- report of the state railway com- missioner shows GOT people killed in Ohio during the year nnd 0.371 ROME Dec pope has been flooded with containing the greetings of the season His holiness has received telegrams messages of from ica He lias also able presents mostly eatables which vine protection and suffer if in Older to commandment tions will be madi U the foreign wherein it be argued that the government's sters education and while shutting out the light of Christianity be assured arc willing to lay down thei faith in North ns are to make like for the empire in South Africa MINERS CONVENTION CALLED INDIANAPOLIS Doe Mitchell president of the Mine of Ameika has the for the nati of miners in this city fur J in 20 ami the joint of the Mint Workers and the tors in Indiana Illinois Pennsylvania Ohio for Jan m THE UNQUENCHABLE MOST NEW YORK Die Most the notorious out broadcast a tel to calm the of popular ing against the Most fs sending the circulars -o Roosevelt the of liis inet and ell the of congress HARTFORD CITY FIRE THREATENS THE I NESS DISTRICT IOSS WAS OF GAS FROM THE STATE he has to poor through the court charities people WASHINGTON Dec is re- ported from Havana that yellow fever hah been conquered by the discovery tint mosquitoes spread germs The mosquitoes are being exterminated as fast as possible While the death rate in Havana in previous jears in Octo- ber and November from yellow fever has been heavy this jear there were only live deaths from yellow fever from April to December The total November death rate is only per comparing favorably with other large cities of the world LIMIT LAW SAVES A SAILOR WASHINGTON Dec tary of the navy has approved an opinion by the judge advocate eral that the Philippine islands are United States territory so far ns the statute of limitations applies to naval In the case in question a sailor deserted from the navy over two jears ago and enlisted in the army His regiment was serving in the Philippines and he remained with it The naval authorities learning of liis whereabouts instituted ings for his trial bv court-martial on the charge of desertion The ease came before the judge advocate who decided that the statute of imitation barred prosecution for the offense WILL DIVIDES BIG ESTATE TERRE HAUTE Ind Dec vill of D W which was lied for probate to-day gives to his son Charles and daughter Mi lelen Minshall share and share alike n the bulk of the estate the value if which is placed at Most jf it is in stocks and the remainder n real estate He gives to the of Organized Charity to he had given a great deal be- ore to the Day Nursery and to Allen chapel because the late irs Minshall had taken an interest n the church To seven nieces he each and to his sisters he rents of Terre Haute business He provides that be with a trust company for the wo small children of Charles hall in trust until they reach their The will was written in 1900 which was before he ave to DePauw university for laboratory READY TO DIE FOR FAITH LONDON Dec 24 HARTFORD CITY Ind Dec fire which threatened a goodly part if the business this city the Cooley block last night entailing a loss of A number of and their families lived on the second a number whom narrowly escaped death OIL IN GVS PIPE EXPLODES HARTFORD CITY Ind Dec 21 When Mrs J Ballenger northwest of town turned or a jet to light it a stream of crude oi spouted to the ceiling She called her thinking that to ignite it would con- sume the supply in the put match to it iml an explosion ed setting tire to the house T Mr and Mrs Ballenger had escapes This is the first instan the kind on record in Indiana FALL OF SEVENTY FEEf BEDFORD Ind Dec P Smith n painter and climber fell seventy feet afternoon from the top of the stack which he was painting at the Blue Hole quarry He was for an hour and it was thought Le was he revived and has only an arm broken Unless internally injured he will survive alighted on the roof which is of felt and thus served to break his fall EXPLOSION OF KOKOMO Ind Dee Julia Welsh of was severely at the of hue of bere by the of 1 bottle of hog cholera mixture that had been pit in a stove oven warm Mrs Welsh was sitting tile stove with Mrs Donahue's old child in her lap when the With the clothing of both in flames Mrs Welsh rushed out at where a neighbor Mrs put out the tire with snow The was injured CUT BY EXPLODING LAMP FLORV Ind Dec Clem waiter in the Flora hotel was the a lamp explosion this ng that will disfigure her fur life She attempted to extinguish the light when tne lamp exploded in her he glass painfully lacerating the flesh OYSTERS POULTRY AND FRUITS Large Selects for Frving Standards Stewing Nice Young Drawn Chickens Best Kalamazoo Celery bunch Cape Cod Cranberries qut Large Cluster Malaga Grapes Extra Large Florida Oranges Wax Messina Lemons 20e New Mixed Nuts qut WHITE FRUIT HOUSE ATE POISONED PORK COLUMBUS 0 Dee Clerk C C Lemert of the his wife and two children ore of poisoned pork The meat was partaken of and thereafter all the members of the family became ill Mr grew nnd to-day was able to be at his CHICAGO CATTLE MARKET CHICAGO Dec strong Hogs strong 5 cents eager to spread the gospel Sheep active 10 to n the Soudan are attempting to lift 35 higher governmental embargo on such Lord ary for foreign affairs in letter this morning replies that EAST LIBERTY MARKET resent attitude because of the of providing security for steady missionaries working far from the cats of British power in icn The missionary societies n Hogs steady THE WEATHER
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