Fort Wayne Weekly Sentinel (Newspaper) - April 14, 1915, Fort Wayne, Indiana can be but character inust be H. Wayne Weekly 1833. APRIL 14, 1915. PER PER 46. ANDERSON Ranging from Downward Added to Imprisonment for Terre Haute WAYNE LADIES TO PETL TION WOMAN ON SCHOOL BOA CALLED ARCH April 12. Mayor Donn M. of Terre who was described today by Judge Anderson as the was sentenced to serve six years in the federal penitentiary at Fort pay a line of in the federal court here with twenty-six was convicted by a jury in the federal court for participation in the conspiracy to defraud the government in the election at Terre Haute on November 8, 1914. H. elected judge of the circuit court of Vigo by ten and j nis were sentenced to five years in the penitentiary and j fined others of the 116 persons who have been or to the federal ing conspiracy to defraud the States by the election of November 1914, also received sentences to Leavenworth were given suspended judgment was reserved in the case of at the request of United States District and the remainder were given either sentences OF HAUTE Donn years in Eli years in Dennis years in Judge Thomas years in S. president board of public years in and measures and treasurer of the campaign John M. Masselink city inspector of weights and measures and a of the 1911 Indiana AUTO n Girl Still in Hospital as Result of Accident on Lincoln on Page 12), local jail or It was said to be the largest number sentenced at one time in the local federal for Harry S. president of the board of public C. city George member of the board of public and Edward R. secretary of tho Vigo democratic central were sentenced to three years each in the penitentiary and fined assistant city Elmer E. former city Hilton son of EH H. John E. proprietor of a second hand and S. employe at city were sentenced to two years and fined county sealer of Winifred J. Rolape Goes Over an attempting to go around a party of roller skaters on the Lincoln Thursday evening about 8 Winifred J. East Jefferson a trimmer tie City Carriage ran his Saxon car too close to the going over a embankment near the Mcintosh school three and a half miles east of the The car went through a wire but was not seriously escaped which lie regards as One of the skaters was struck by the but was not 12 years was slightly injured by broken glass Thursday evening when an automobile owned and driven W. E. 723 Sherman was struck by the swinging end of an interurban car of the Fort Wayne and Northern Indiana Traction which was rounding the curve at Pearl and Harrison The occupants of the automobile included Mr. and the W. A. Mrs. G. E. 215 Fifth and Carl 1723 Sherman The Norton boy was cut in the left cheek and the left The others escaped without a The machine was badly attempting to make the turn at the intersection of Cass and Third Thursday J. O. of ran his automobile upon the striking the guy wire to the street light The front wheels of Good's were torn off. and the arc light was put out of Shopmen Sign Up Petitions For Mrs. William S. presi of the Woman's at tlu a committee of women with thi consent of the Pennsylvania stood at the gates to the Pennsylvania railroad crossings during the noon hour Thursday with petitions asking for the election of a woman on the school which presented to the employes for signatures as left for or returned to Eight hundred signed the were stationed at four ot the railroad crossings over the At the Holman street gate were Miss Carrie Straughan and Elizabeth At the Lafayette street crossing were Mrs. James Mrs. Fred Cy Mrs. Charles M. Mrs. E. J. Roger 11. Fisher and Miss Georgiana Bond Morris stood at the Clinton street gate Miss Alma Dreier ano Miss Knight to present the WAYNE STREET CAR MEN VICTIMS OF MIDNIGHT photograph was taken at the Clinton street gate of the Pennsylvania company The reading from left to are Miss Alma Mrs. W. S. Morris and Mrs. Roger Arrested as Rurode Robbery Suspect Wants Big FILES SUIT Police Were Working for Record When He Was that he was and maliciously detained and for a day locked in a deprived of his injured in his good name and reput and held up to public odium and Emory of has filed in the superior court a suit for damages against Chief of Police Charles Peter D. Junk William F. Richard Kelly and Charles of the Fort Wayne police the Rurode Dry Goods as a and A. KUbacher Peter Michael Frank Deck Merz and the Southern Surety as bondsmen and sureties for the plaintiff is one of the three men arrested in January 30, hurried to Detroit and thence brought to Fort Wayne as suspects in the robbery of the Rurode Dry company's department store in this city early that when the on Page 12). LIHN KILLED III ON Hackett Comes in Contact With Live Death working on an electric light pole in front of 918 Harrison between Wayne and Washington residing at 1728 Andrew ESM MEN PMN been completed for the special train to annual convention of the National Association of Real Estate Exchanges to be held at Los in According to the present arrangements Evansville will have one Indianapolis two Fort Wayne two and the builders and dealers from the other cities of the one between details were worked out at a meeting at the Commercial club between Scott R. executive secretary of the Indiana Real representatives of various western railroads and members of the local W. Smitley and James S. were appointed as a committee to look after interests of the local exchange regarding the TO BE a meeting of committee the campaign for the ing of vacant lots back yards in Fort score cards were arrangements for the waging of ' be in this Each child's garden will scored by city health Members of the committee Dr. Miss Rhoda Is in of the or 16, Is Killed in Accident at Bridge Near Ethel Dove was unable to leave Hope hospital one or the six occupants of a Ford touring car that lay a mass of ruins along the Lincoln three miles east of Fort of the occupants were brought to the Hope hospital about and after having their wounds dressed three of them were able to to give any information the Those in the car gave their names as Ethel May A1 bert Hall and Willis but refused to give their ad A few of the names appear iu the city but in each case two or three persons by the same party was going east with Miller it lost control of the into the soft causing the car to turn All but two of the occupants were pinned Henry a farmer liv ing was awakened and the in jured were taken to hia they were cared for until a taxi from the Fort Wayne Transfer company iir rived and brought the party on to Fort Wayne and to the Hope Dove was the most seriously in although it was thought she would be able to leave the hospital some time She was bruised about the face and Young Hall was slightly injured about the nose and right while was injured about the No bones were broken The damaged car was Indiana license No. 25,988. automobile accident occurred on the Lincoln highway Tuesday night when a 43,870, collided with one of the auto buses that is being operated between Fort Wayne and New Haven The accident happened near the Four Mile where the bus had stopped to take on a A roadster go ing in the direction of Fort Wayne came around the curve at a fast rate of speed and before the driver could stop smash ed into the auto bus. The car was thrown into the one wheel being knocked off and damaging the steering The auto bus was not damaged In the least and fortunately no one was OF LABt Better Ofi Without Says Rev. TRAFFIC IS HE Stands Near During Night Awaiting Finding of lineman for the Fort Wayne and Northern Indiana Traction company camo in contact with a live 4,000 volts of electricity passing through his He died on the way to St. Joseph soon as he came in contact with the wire Hackett fell back and would have fallen to the ground forty feet below but for his strap which he had fastened around the For about ten minutes he hung there when succeeded in lowering him to the He was still An ambulance hurried him to the hospital with all on Page J. Who Passed Away to The April 13.Ralph Ifi years son of Mr. and Mrs. K. who reside on a farm one mile north of the of Baldwin on the state lost his life by drowning in the Flat Rock creek last night when in the darkness the which he was riding plunged off the bridge into the was not discovered until this morning about 6 o'clock when found in tAvo foet of water bv George lives near the Baldwin His horse was found a short distance hut had fallen from in juries which it had The horse was not badly Baldwin was a student of the night school at and had attended last About o'clock accompanied by a hoy also was on horse ho rode on ahead and of the until notified this He was the principal witness at an investigation conducted by Coroner Edward H. of Fort this From the Baldwin boy reached the bridge over Tint Rock which is about a half mile north of it is believed the horse fright ened and in the darkness plunged over the The boy's jaw was broken and he was otherwise but in the opinion of the coroner death was due to In the fall he was doubtless rendered as he might easily have escaped from the shallow bridge is a plank affair railings and has always been regarded as Young Baldwin was taking special instructions at the night school along with a number of other boys of the village and surrounding J. J. a pioneer aild to a of and c A. C. Gladieux is trying to solve the mystery of an abandoned horse and light wagon found last Saturday by Frank rural route 9, on the South near the Branstrator The animal grazing along the roadside and the vehicle was without an On the weighed down with a small was message scrawled on a leaf torn memorandum this outfit can have H. the no use foir and could not sell decided to give it away as an April fool was not a bit of evidence about the entire harness s or vehicle which its former ownership be Mr. reported his find to Sheriff who will have been made by the international Business college for t series of talks to be given by local ness and professional to the students attending that These talks will be along modem business lines snd will doubtless prove both interesting and R. of the Trade Mark Title spoke to the students in which he showed how fortunate the present generation is in being privileged to live in this in America and as human the opportunities advant ages of today we should live with greater purpose than has been the aim of any generation of previous he The speaker did not ask for greater advantages or greater but he made a plea for better use of the opportunities and advantages that are weeks ago E. W. president of the Fort ayne Oil and Supply gave an interesting address on the subject of and Business He emphasized the characteristics that make for success in life and urged that young men and women develop them as early in life as these addresses were appreciated was indicated by frequent and hearty Other addresses will follow in the near is Given in Honor or Distinguished Visitor by Men's denying and statistics to prove his thM the abolition of the liquor traffic would produce a labor panic in this Rev. Charles the noted er and labor union of delivered a splendid address evening at the Temple theater on the the Man Lose His Job and Personal If the Saloons Are The ence was not but and the speaker was frequently Stelzle came to Fort under the auspices of the clubs of the Plymouth the First Presbyterian and the First Baptist He spoke at 12:30 Wednesday at the First Presbyterian on the Gall of the New Day to the Old At 6 o'clock Wednesday was the guest of the clubs at a dinner given at the First Presbyterian at which time he spoke a his address evening at the Temple theater he ridiculed the idea that to abolish the would produce a labor The speaker said he believed he knew something about the liquor business inasmuch as his boyhood days were spent largely in His father was a brewer and all his s were He declared that he had no sympathy with those who speak of as If they he they would not be successful as He declared that he to the belief that against the saloon be along an effort to ascertain if the abolishment of the saloon cause a Rev. Stelzle said he conducted a thorough investigation and he found beyond any question that such a would not speaker said that the saloon labor must be divorced as they have nothing in There is not a single redeeming feature in the saloon that would help a he and nothing that justifies its in American of Stelzle said that the of this country are sick and on Page 12). 900 ne SEE SEWED hundred children attended ths two runs of films at the Colonial theater Saturday The kindergarten association had the of the films through the of Colonial Mr. who made no charges for the young women of the furnished the The Him of donated the Rufus Rabbit mint and other films came from the General Film of free ot fba Kindergarten association expects to clear about and will use the money to bring some educator here to the BUSY EXAMINATION O. superintendent of the of Allen is morning to grading eighth grade ' Two have already been If the present platas are carried exercises of eighth grade of the held in the gymnasium of time the W. pastor B. 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