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Fort Wayne News, The (Newspaper) - October 23, 1902, Fort Wayne, Indiana MMH A THE FOET DAILY NEWS THURSDAY OCTOBER 23 FOET WAYNE NEWS Fort Wayne News Company SUBSCRIPTION RATES By Mail Per Annum By Month SOc Per delivered to as Hatter at the ment at Fort Ind THURSDAY OCTOBER 23 REPUBLICAN TICKET For Congress 12th C For State Senator JOHN W SALIC For JOHN C JACKSON WILLIAM II WILLIAM 11 For Judge of Superior Court X For Prosecuting Attorney B For County Cleric WILLIAM T For County Auditor W J For County Treasurer JACOB FUNK For Sheriff 0 PAUT For Coroner DK J E STULTS For Surveyor L P For Commissioner Third JOHN For Commissioner Second GEORGE TICKET For Council men at Ballon jr E F George W Wilbur For Councilman for District Xo George II Loesch For Councilman for District Xo Fred Kahn For Councilman for District No Captain W If Brown For Councilman for District Xo John TOWN SI HP TICKET For Justices of the Peace W SKELTON For Constables HARVEY T HITE JOHN For Township Advisory Board W FAIRFIELD CLARK D For District Xo J Xo ROUSSEAU District Xo W MILLER District Xo F OGDEN idea has not taken root Socialistic have been springing up with the rapidity of mushrooms Socialism seems destined to succeed to a high place in the future of democracy if the socialist vote this year is enough to be worth having two jears from now The W C T U Convention hissed Bishop Potter whose temperance views are different from theirs And the bishop lias just been married too Caesar had his Brutus the Tyrant of his William Tell Tammany had its and the one green spot its scorching public wrath If that be the most of it It looks more and more every day that the contest is between the ring and the people and that the election of the republican ticket would be more a people's victory than a parly The ring has made the issue with the people and not all the ferson club can do will save the fated victims of an public tion ENTERS WORK THE EDUCATION OF YOUNG MEN FOR MISSIONARY WORKERS Indianapolis had so much success with its show which was still so much interfered by bad that a coliseum movement b begun and is likely to succeed It is the purpose to raise and bond the concern for that much more This will ghe Indianapolis a Imll large enough to hold the largest political Fort Wayne still needs that auditorium Perhaps the wairant better success at another now that the crust of has been broken by the of factories Our duty therefore is plain We keep the republican party in er at Washington We must hold our majority in the house of tives We must let no guilty cratic candidate ert S Taylor in speech of Oct 2 WHITHER DRIFTS DEMOCRACY One of the fairest and most correspondents of western papers in Washington is James J who represents the Indianapolis Ho has long been a close ob- server of and is en- t ire fiee Irom feeling lie has the democratic hinge their on free trade as in on free siher as in on impel isin as in and forc to what will the in is pertinent and is discussed vvith the that a In tlie Indianapolis he Is the democratic to find in slate socialism Us issue in av that the from today will in a general result favorably to the republicans tho politicians in the east in- in a partisan with the of at tho facts Many are inclined to that if Hie elections slate ts with a degree ot fat or the democratic party may decide fo the issue tlie leading one for the df campaign So far the new doctrine has broKon out in hut the spots aie pronounced In York state Hill to be the candidate of hN party for j'Ksident two from ib national of the coal I out Johnson is his red up and down the state of the doctrine of of railroads and the democratic daic for of Wisconsin de- he stands on he coal plank of the York platform and believes the ought to the an- coal fields use the coal to supply the and sell the rest at the cost of production preaching his now doctrine Hill represents or is supposed to represent the democracy of the east while Tom Johnson professes fo speak for the democracy of tlie west of Hill Johnson and Hose may be taken to represent Die democracy on the sub- ject There is scarcely a state in the cost in which the Chairman of seems to have a grievance at Mr uims because the latter is a farmer and cannot avoid a slur it the productiveness of unty farms Mr success it anv thing he undertakes seems to the exciting cause of the malice if some who have made a failure in He It has come to pass that the democratic chairman of La grange is as willing to ruin the character of the land of his own county as of its leading Dunlen seems to be the leader of the provincial serfs of who must attack a ful man 10 lie heard of outside of their county Some men are tined to rise to stations of usefulness and honor by their own high acter and merits while some gain public notice only by the snarls of heir and hate As a Monument to the Dead Bishoo Methodism Will Endow Taylor University For nearly half a century dism supported a college in this city It grew from infancy to manhood here became one of the leading institutions of the state and graduated beneath its walls hundreds of young iven who became prominent in public business affairs when with its career of usefulness written in the city's history it was removed from our midst for the reason that Methodism failed to give it that cial which it so badly needed William Taylor the grand old representative of the church in Africa undertook to save it to Fort and gave it his name and in- fluence changing it from the Fort M E college to the Taylor university but even his efforts failed and in 1893 the beautiful grounds and buildings at the foot of Wayne street were sold and the institution moved to Upland in this state Jn its new location it had a more or less successful career but one of the reforms introduced was the lowering of its standard of the culum of study making it more of a normal school than a college and losing it the indigent student fund given by the national body of dists as a church This lowering of the of study drove from its board some of its best men among whom were Wright of ton C and Dr Jones of Philadelphia however the standard of the curriculum has been raised to that prescribed by the uni- versity senate of he church and the old members of board anil the appropriation have come back to lor university It starts this college year with brighter prospects than it has over had since its removal to land and now has quite a large at- tendance of students Its acting president made such after the death ot President during the early part of last summer is Dr John li Schilling who will remain in the silion until the National Association ribboned coal scuttles It would be some one's protest But she has no such purpose Her symbols are sacred to herself and designed only as a memorial of the ultimate from which she and her husband acquit ed tho means of ing a drawing room and a mantel to The of this couple's rise in tho may be bi icily told Seven years ago they joined tho of from California to the Alaskan gold fields and settled In Circle City Here Horn went to mining while his wife re- solved to be something better than a silent in foi prise set up a tub and washed for the miners taking her pay in gold dust Un- like some of her of her own sex who lived in dreams and spent their before they got it she laid her hand to the fust tusk within reach eschewed gambling and invested her savings which were able husband Now if anything a man to leal endeavor it is the sense that his wife believes in him and John llom soon that his wife not only did this but stood ready to back her judgment with cold cash gether at the cost ot many a weary day for her bent and active elbows We can readily conceive then of the pride and self-confidence with which when the rush in for the Klondike he joined it with a generous grubstake contributed by Hoin in his pack No wonder either that when he had tled on a claim and found it full of good pay dirt his first thought to send for his spouse and backer to join him She came at The muscles she had trained at the washtub fell once more into useful play in a country where hired brawn was seaice and costly and the next season witnessed her tugging at a windlass and saving her husband the heavy expense of an laborer The stout-hearted now and have retired to Angeles to set up a home for plied with all manner of and a good luxuries Thus we come to the solden This is Mrs Horn's one real fad The conditions which in past generations the pressure of population upon tlie old and constantly the of the the south and the west CHANGED THEIR BEATS DAY POLICEMEN GET NEW DERS FROM SUPERINTENDENT Officer Kelly Stevens a New Down and Pappert Remain Man This morning the changes in the beats of the men on the day force were announced by Superintendent The changes are not so marked as the recent order ing the disposition of the men on the night force Officers Paul and Spillner have their respective beats changed They just places Spillner has the beat Xo 5 and Officer Paul has the beat Xo 2 Officers Creer pert Knock and Dickson will have the same heats they have had in the past Officer Stevens succeeds ler on the beat down town on the side of Calhoun street goes to beat 3 in the seventh and tenth wards Officer goes to Officer Stevens old beat in the ern part of the city known as beat Ko S WANTS TO CARRY MAIL Fort Wayne Southwestern to tion Postal Department REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS GOAL CONTRACT IS LET CITY GETS STEAM LUMP ING COAL FOR Drake Coal Company of Cleveland the Only pal Notes of a Day Tlie hoard of water works trustees after considering the one coal bid re- yesterday afternoon decided to let the contract and late last night it was signed up The contract is to furnish the coal to the city of Fort Wayne for water works purposes The one bid received was presented by the Drake Coal com- pany of Cleveland The bid was for steam lump Hocking Valley soft coal to bo delivered on board the cars in Fort Wayne for per ton The exact quantity is not stipulated The Drake company however agrees to furnish all of the coal the city needs ai that figure The Board of Works This afternoon there will be a of the board of public works for the of considering a number of small contracts Chairman of the board of works stated that there would be io decision on the Pennsylvania tion for a for new ing at the meeting tonight He that he believed that the Pennsylvania company and the owners could gel together on the proposition MORE PRIZES Indiana Fares Well in the American Royal Cattle Show iias Income noted f or fa IK v en In the of ho American Ko at Kansas City the following weie bulK won mv owned bj J G Kobbins Ind Senior yeais or oviM Speculator Ji W Ind under two old Kose J G Aberdeen two years un- dei thiee Queen Mother 7th of A Williamsport Ind Senior Black Cap Wh M A Judy or over heifer one year under two Scottish 1st Brookside Farm company Kort Ind A G of Chicago bought an Aberdeen Arums heifer imported from the Royal Herd for M A Judy of was the seller of Local Methodist Preachers in June next elects a new president and also a chancellor binee the Association of Methodist Local Preachers has had the control of Taylor and whatever ot support it has has come through them This is an association of local preachers of the Methodist church arc not employed preachers that is they have no charges and receive no salaries They are men engaged in other walks of business life but find time to preach the gospel and assist the ministry whenever they can It is this association which is now ing Taylor up to a higher plane and a higher degree of Jt the only college under their charge in the United States With the raising of the standard of study Pavlov university has en- tered upon a new mission That sion is the education of young men for work as in all the lands to which the gospel is to be carried by the messengers of Christ This work the Local Preachers has decided on and it will make Tavlor university the means of accomplishing it Tlie foreign fields need young active educated and con- men The university will prepare them for the work and the indigent student fund which is restored to the institution will be used for their partial maintenance dm ing their course in college this will be its special work the uni- versity will also carry on a regular course for fitting selves for entrance into other fields of usefulness Jn connection with his special cation for missionary workers which the has decided to enter on comes a proposed feature that will help Taylor university along It is one suggested by Dr lev tho editor of the Christian cate who is to lecture in this city Hi advocates making Taylor sity a monument to Bishop Taylor embodying as stated above the pre- of young men for the work and appeals fo dists all over the country to testify their love for the grand old ary hero by contributing fo an en- fund for the support of the educational institution bearing his name In this way it is thought a huge and permanent fund can be raised one that will Taylor uni- on a solid financial basis and for it a lasting career of fulness in the important field of for- eign Tr is an idea that was always near to the heart of and Methodism could build for him no grander monument Reported by the Dreibelbiss Abstract Company 729 Court Street John C and Decker to t lot 179 E Hanna's Add for Jl 000 Louis C and C A Koft to Alexander B liam II White lot Add for lint A Peter R ami to C S Add V to Peter K and Albers lot 47 S Calhoun street Add for Charles S ami V O Rash to College Place Improvement Co lot 0 College Place Improvement Co Add foi College Place Improvement Co to Chas S Bash pt lot 0 College Place ment Co Ada foi Hugh G to Edmunds n 30 ft lot 101 Paik Adj for 600 Building and Loan to Nellie A lot 5 O B L 4 and C and G S to Alice G Smith lot 29 Add Lake township to Mrs S Overly lot 107 Abbott's Add to K Wayne for Matie to Anna K Daily lots 1 and 2 H Add to New Haven for George E and JI IX to liam and J pt vv yt Sec 7 Monroe township for William Taylor to Geyer w n n e Sec 10 Monroe township for The Fort Wayne Southwestern Traction company has in circulation a petition among the citizens of Huntington to be presented to the postal department for the contract of carrying mail between Fort Wayne and Wabash The petition points out that the line has an hourly service be- tween Fort Wayne Roanoke ton Andrews Lagro and Wabash be- tween the hours of a m and p m Work has been begun on the stretching of wires along Columbia street from Harrison to Calhoun street in order that the Fort Wayne Southwestern Traction company will be able to land passengers at Cal- houn street Holes were dug day for the erection of the poles and the work will he completed in a short time A meeting of the Fort Wayne Van Wert Lima Traction company will be held Monday afternoon The ting of contracts for bridges along the line will be disposed of at this meeting BALLYHOO CADETS The Ring Advertises Another Meeting With Itself Tonight The ballyhoo cadets J M Robinson captain J M megaphone fugler with the full of the ring ticket will address themselves at hall in the Fifth ward tonight Hurry hurry HIS LIGHTS WENT OUT Hugh P O'Reilly Hunting for descent Electric Bulbs The St Nicholas on West Main street was in last ff r a time was dering about with matches hunting for the electric turned one on after another and discovered that the hotel was still in darkness A further investigation mealed the fact that the incandescent electric bulbs had been stolen from all parts of the The asked to hunt for lamps Japs are THE GOLD WASHBOARD TRUE STORY OF REWARDS FOR LABOR AT WASHINGTON Woman in Alaska Endures Harsh Environment But is Now a Millionaire From Washington Post in taste man condemn Ihc thetic of Mis John Horn's plan to decorate her drawing room mantel In Los Angeles with a golden Image of a washboard anil a bar of soap craft In the precious metals has found nobler and more dignified uses doubtless anil if Mrs Horn were ringing In another era of rolling pins and Xo man lias had a chance to anese the States can fail to bo high gence the I troubles information and polite of little men from the orient Of is Mr K a guest of the is director of the bureau of his goveinmen't with a Post Mr ln my country the of tobacco is entirely in the hands of tho and thus is an absolute The revenue fiom this amounts to We at home about 000 pounds of tobacco each and im- port States pounds of the i bi leaf trade I am on my way home fiom visiting France anil Italy the tobacco ness is likewise a monopoly only in those countries go further than we do by engaging in its ture In Japan wo only deal with the leaf tobacco The men of Japan me gieat of the pipe next in favor is the cigarette while the clear is usad by only a small per cent of our population Minors aie foi bid the me of the weed and no child of breaking the law It Is also common for tho older women to smoke but among the younger ones tho practice is not The chewing of tobacco is unknown in Japan A False Alarm Some miscreant turned in a false alarm of fire from box ITS at Broadway tUld Thomas test State News Henry Cook aged 97 is dead at his home in Centerville He came to In- diana from Virginia In 1818 Cal Sinninger has sold the ton Index of which ho was the er to James Chapman of Hartford City Henry Shirk 75 years old south of Dunkirk was attacked by a vicious hog but escaped from the animal after a desperate fight The lodge of Elks of Huntington Is considering the building of a door opera house The building will be three stories high The city council of Huntington has decided to piace the city fire ment on the paid basis and take it out of politics after Nov 1 The Newcastle Savings and Trust company will begin Business about Nov 15 R H Mclntire Is cashier and Martin L Koons assistant cashier Moore Moore of Pendleton are promoters of a new bank which will be incorporated in this city A ber of Fairmount people are ers As a result of brooding over a fight in which he struck James Peele with an axe handle John Craig of ville suffered an attack of apoplexy from which he died The strike in the five plants of the lamp chimney factory of Marion been settled The employes of the Marion plant will go back to work at once George Parsons farmer northwest of was discovered by a member of his family hanging to an apple tree this morning Domestic were the cause of his cide A fine specimen of the great ern liver a bird of the British Islands has been found on the ises of Mrs 0 J Davis near New Castle It measures four feet from lip to tip The Full Line Of the latest fall and winter styles we are showing are goods made for the best retail trade at prices that meet the most erate means We do not offer at any price goods that will not fulfill all reasonable expectations of the buyer In Cloaks Suits and Furs We are showing all the newest ideas garments bear the imprint of the very latest style tailored to flt as though made to your order and priced as low as possible Our Ready-to-Wear Department Also includes a great variety of styles in dress and walking skirts Waists in silk flannels cashmere mohair etc pers Dressing Sacques etc as nicely made as you would have them and splendid values Winter Supplies for the Housekeeper Blankets Quilts Linens Flannels Muslins eries Curtains Nearly everybody has found out that this is the best place to get such things both for quality and prices that satisfy THE RURODE DRY CO Millinery Store Mr Louis Schuelke of 1923 John street Fort Wayne writes us under date of March 25 as the first of last October I had been confined to my home and most of the time in bed wilh rheumatism in my hips and limbs At times it affected me so that I could not move myself ing the five months I was several doctors prescribed for me but without effect One of my bors advised me to try your tism euro and after it only one week I was able to call on you at jour office While I was taking the second bottle J went to work and now after using but three bottles of your remedy I am completely cured My friends and neighbors consider this a wonderful cure inasmuch ns I had been confined to my home for five months All Sell Care and guarantee it to cure We Direct Your Attention to a Line med Beaver Hats for children in pure white cardinal red castor and navy blue a natty rolling brim trimmed ready to wear for Camels Hair Pelt Hats correct shape of the season and the best sellers of them all in fine quality of shaggy choice colors Children's Hots new this season's shapes in cardinal red and royal dark blue the two 2 best colors In felt and good quality cloth at Birds A complete stock of the medium and large much wanted just now for all winter millinery in red brown castor green or and colored pigeons at most moderate prices to Flowers are going to be worn largely from present indications our assortment includes grapes and grape foliage in the new French colors chrysanthemums dainty colors in velvet foliage witri models in patterns to give you an idea how they're being used Patterned Hats Reduced Bought for our Openings and to give our trimmers ideas they have served their purpose and we reduce them ana more now while the season is yet long so that you can get the good of them Others are saving money by trading is a cash millinery store and you do not have to pay for those who pays G A DEHM 826 Calhoun Street AN INVALID TEN YEARS Katie Dalton Successfully Operated on at St Joseph's Hospital Kate Dalton of 824 street took the first step yesterday in ten years Five weeks ago the invalid was taken to St Joseph's hospital and a most successful operation was performed The recovery is not only gratifying to the sick girl but to the surgeons Out of Death's Jaws When death seemed very near from a severe stomach and liver trouble that I had suffered with for writes P Muse Durham N C Dr King's New Life Pills saved my life and gave perfect 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