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Fort Wayne Evening Post (Newspaper) - April 3, 1896, Fort Wayne, Indiana THE LATEST SE W T" CENTS A WEEK. -M- M T f -A. -A. -L ll 1 _M T 1 H ft ONE CENT A VOL. NO. 268. FRIDAY EVENING, APRIL 3, 1896. SIX CENTS A FAILED TO during thu trial, Santanelli- was wedged in some very light places by the searchiny questions propounded by ihe prosecutor. In such oases to Explain the Importation of Foreign Childs or Childish, or whatever his name is, is very much mixed in his facts and ihi-si? contradictory statements lend to a very grave suspicion that then1 is something ha wishes to conceal. Notwithstanding that this Cleveland contractor assumes so much importance, he has it not- The charge of employing foreign labor lies at the door of the Consolidated Street Cur company. The POST might go farther and say ihe county commissioners who ilimved the .interests of the county lo remain in the hands of the street car company's attorney, are also to blame for not providing in the contract that the work should be done by Fort Wayne abor exclusively. The 'jtrcci car corporation can ail'ord lo laugh at the workiugmen of Fort "Wuyne. It has them on the hip, and resting conildent in the assumption that it has a perpetual franchise uid that the common council will eifectually shut off all competition, t goes its own sweet way, raking in he boasted profit every year and when there is work to be done let ?on Wayne laborers shift for themselves. It will continue to do this intil competition destroys their mo-lopoly. The POST thinks it the duty of every vorkingmun who is interested in the cause of Fort Wayne workingmen to at-end the meeting at the city hall to-light and the POST is certain that the proceedings will be dignified, li ITU NY-giti Hoy ilituguJ by a -Moh of SHOWED NO LIVELY STRKET DUEL. In ihe Mottville Counterfeiters Case .Mnv Clear t'po .Murder Virginia Lawyer and Kx-.Mayur Takt! a Tew Shots nt Eaeh Oilier. Santunelli Could Not Begin to Hvptonizc Justice ihe only answer received. In the meantime Dr. Meyers armed with plenty of authority in the shape of books for liis belief mat the young man Mahoney was incurring an injury, entered the court room. At this juncture Sanianclli called together his attorneys and after a conversation Mr. Col-erick stepped forward and announced that he would otfer no more evidence but was willing to let the court decide ihe case. Justice Butler man assessed a tine of and costs upon the defendant, who, through his attorneys, immediately gave notice of appeal. The question which has been raised is whether or not Santanelli can legally be found guilty of assault upon Mahoney when the young man himself consents to be placed in a state of hypnosis. To this question Prosecutor Uoughman answers thatSantanclli cunnot be found guilty if his subject is of sound mind but he believes that Mahouey- is a person ol unsound mind and is incapable of resisting the influence exerted over him. As for the question that a case of assault and battery cannot legally be tried in thu absence of the assaulted parry, Prosecutor Doughman says that the statutes provide that where the injured party is unable to attend the trial the case may be tried in his absence. The defendant and his attorneys vcs-terday consented to this. AXOTHEIt CASE. It is learned late this afternoon that Sautanelli will be arrested today on the charge of cruelty to minors. The affidavit will bo Hied by Frank Alderman or Dr. Myers and it is said that the t.ATEST STYI.KS anil in pita's llml "ill surprise yon. raca MOV cvorv .snil a very halulsnmc FOUNTAIN PEN. Somolhlrig every Imy SI ,jjj ni a i .1 Summit City Co.'s Exhibit at Ceo. DoWald is displayed in the large windows of George PeAVahl it Co.'s, one ol the handsomest decorations seen this season. Thc work is the manufacture of the Summit City Manufacturing Co. and consists of a larce revolving reflection, in front of which is a display of fancy goods of the house und a large bunch of roses from Mergcnlhcim's Ha-zaar. The retlcctor is only one of thc many noveltios manufactured by the Summit City Manufacturing Co., who are well equipped to prepare window displays on short notice. The ofline and works arc ;tt No. 277 South Harrison street. Thc phone number is ONLY. Men'A SO Black Stiff Hate at Wo also show ths finest line of 25c Neckwear In the city. KLCiTZ'S, 372 THE GLOBE GUARANTEE: jjj; Satisfaction or Money Back, with Every Sale I SOMETHING NEW LVERY DAY. 1 A. K. HURST CO. Tie Most Complete IIBll'S, BOYS' and CHILDREN'S Outfitters in the City Eustor. Dan Myers A Son, Liast Wayne street, xre now receiving orders for f resit Hiitlfir. and I'miltry for If yuu want the lincst Ilutter, Eggs tH Poultry at lowest market prices calS i. Vhone and prompt delivery wifll b made. Home Industry. Hy patron the, Xodel Steam Bakery you are protecting a home industry and Fort workmen. AVe have built up our trade on honeMy; "We guarantor all our products. Si-, free delivery wagons to ail parts of fie City.. 1- P. TM.3S8. Propriety Order. Place your order for fancy cakes for Easter with the Model Steam Itakerv Tell us what you want and we will di the rest. Tel. 38S. lor the Fort Wayne, EVEN JNO POST. I
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