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   The Fort Wayne Journal Gazette (Newspaper) - May 21, 1914, Fort Wayne, Indiana                        THURSDAY MORNING, MAY fit, 1914. THE FORT WAYNE JOURNAL-GAZETTE ALCOHOL 3 PER CENT nessandRestjContainsfleMur NOT NARCOTIC. ApenectBemedyfotConsfiH- Worms .Convalskms Averisb- ncssandlossorSLEEP, fccSiraileSignattreof THE CENTAUR COMPAHI; NEW YORK. GASTORIA for Infants and Children. The Kind .You Have Always Bought Bears the PLANE TABLE Fl Eiact Copy of Wrapper. Years CASTORIA THE eOKHHT. NEW TOUR OftT. LAGRANGE, Ind., May fol- lowing letter written by Corporal of marines, Clinton Goodins, a former La-- grange boy, to his brother, William Gooding, will probably prove Interest- ing reading. The letter is as follows: Vera Cruz, Mexico, May 7, 1914. Dear most welcome letter "received all O. K. and as it is a raining and I have nothing to do Til drop, you a line or so to let you know I am alive, but have felt a little bum for the last few days. The do.ctor told me this morning to keep out of the hot sun for a few days. I guess it is the old Arkansas malaria started again and tnlK about hot has no -place like tin- some hot Well things are as quiet as a cemetery around Vera Cruz but we are ready to move .it a moment's notice. I don't Professional Directory DR. HAVICE Fort Wayne, 130 W. Wayne St. EYE, NOSE, THROAT SPECIALIST GLASSES ADJUSTED DR. JOHNSTON OSTEOPATH 4th Floor Shoaff Bldg. (Take Graduate of Mo. OitMan and Treated. EXAMINATION FREE Phontt: 6534; Offiot, 1520 know where nor nobody else does guess. They let us go down town for the first time yesterday to look over the town and believe me the big guns from the ship certainly raised some with some of the buildings, espe- cially the arsenal. There is a bunch of ships in here now. The New York, the largest afloat is here now. Wei we had four wounded and one killec in our company two or them thai were wounded are back on duty and the other is getting along fine. I guess you seen all kinds of news in the pa- pers. Well lots of the boys got papers from their home town speaking about them 'being in the capture of Vera Cruz and if you have time send a pa- per once In awhile and say, about giv- ing my opinion about the war, it is hard to tell what the outcome will be. Well Willie give my regards to old Lagrange and give mama all the news I write to you Yours lovingly, CLINTON GOODING, 16th Co., Uj S. M. C., U. S. S. Prairie, P. M. N. Y. LARGE NUMBER OF CHAPTER CANDIDATES. COLUMBIA CITY, Ind., May The third degree work of the Blue lodge was conferred upon eleven can- didates Tuesday and finished at in the evening. To date forty-two ap- plications have been filed for entrance Into the chapter, and several applica- tions for higher degrees were also re- ceived and passed upon. Owing to the large list of applicants for chapter work the lodge by a special dispensa- tion may conduct the work through :he summer months, the usual closeft season for the order. DR.WM.O.M'BRIDE Successor to the Latt DR. R. PARKS WHITE Ear, and Threat Stw- eialitt and Fitting of GlasMa Washington Blvd. Home Phone 575. DR. MARY WHERY PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office and Ret., 404 E. Berry St. DiseaMi of Women. m. to 3i30 p. m and 7 to 8 p. 470. R. S. VIBERG DENTIST Shoaff Block, Fort Wayne, Ind. Rooms 517-519. Home Phone 1295. N. C. ROM Elizabeth ROM CHIROPRACTORS Mid tetchirs of Chlroprnctla. Hava their private practice at the Row Colleie building, 227 Welt Jdltereon Stieet to m., 7 to 8 p. m. PhoncBi tiM; Kw., No Charge for DR. OGLE 732 Barr St. Phone 889. Practice limited to diseases of the Stomach, Bowels and Rectum. Pitea ffured without use of the knife. No pain or detention from busi- ness. Consultation free. DR. LYMAN T. RAWLES Calhoun St.; Phone 864. Office to 4 and 7 to t p. m. 3131 Fair-field Avo., until 9 m. Phone 6205 Green. DR. N. B. SMITH Special Attention Given to Genito- Urinary Disease., HOURS: 11-12 A. M. 2-4, 7-8 P. M. Offioe: 119 West Wayne St., Phone 1784. Re.idenoe 728 E Wayne St, Phonp 3544. WILL LECTURE ON TRIP THROUGH HOLY LAND. COLUMBIA CITY, Ind., May On Friday, May 28, Rev. H. A. Ott, of the Grace Lutheran church, will give at the church a lecture to the general )ublic on his trip through the holy and that he took iiv company with his wife last summer for the purpose of icquainting himself with the realities af Biblical tradition and history. The pastor will give descriptive accounts of a donkey ride around Jerusalem, including a discour.se on the walls of the city, the Holy Sepulchre, the gar- den of Gesthemane, Golgotha, the gates, streets and mosques and views of Mts. Olivett, Zion and Moriah. The title of the address will be "A Week in Jerusalem." HAVE YOU A CHILD? Surveyor Larry B. Glasgow, who is in charge of the plane table force of the government engineers, with his as- sistants. Wayne Bell and W. B. Cheek, completed their first day's work yes- terday evening, reaching a. point near the Grand Rapids track west of the Goshen road. The men started yesterday morning at 10 o'clock with a brand new plane table and instrument and walked from St. Mary's avenue two miles west on the Goshen road to the bridge which crosses a small stream. Here they set the instruments and began the first day's work. With good -weather, force will cover a good many miles of territory before Saturday night There has been no change In the itinerary of the other men. Surveyor P. W. Stevens will be in charge of the transit party until Kngineers Churchill and Suther- land make a change. They plan to divide the work among fhe most ex- perienced men. Churchill and Suther- land made a trip across country west of Fort Wayne yesterday to collect canal data. Where They Are. The force of government employes here to work on the Erie-Michigan survey is composed of the following; P. M. Churchill, engineer in charge; Malcolm R. Sutherland, assistant to engineer in charge; Frank Scholes, surveyor; L. B. Glasgow, surveyor; Leonard G. Thomas, surveyor; F. W. Stevens, surveyor; Allen W. Greene, surveyor; H. F. Sacknus, rodman; Miss A. P. Snyder, stenographer-type- writer; W B. Cheek, surveyman; Earl Rundles, rodman; C. Kenneth Scott, rodman; Charles W. Miller, rodman; Thor F. Webber, rodman; Wayne E. Bell, rodman. -------------o------------- "It came from Foster's." That is a certificate of excel- lence. COLUMBIA CITY, Ind., May Robert Pogue, the aged father of Supt. William Pogue, of tiie Whltley County Telephone Co., la very critically 111 with uraemic poisoning and fears are enter- tained for his recovery. Mrs. Thomas Peabody. of North Man- chester, motored to this city Tuesday to visit at the W. W. Makemson and John Mowrey homes. Mrs. George Boyd was pleasantly sur- prised Tuesday at her home by several friends in honor of her twenty-sixth wedding anniversary. A 6 o'clock lunch eon was served by the hostess.' Mrs. Charles Marker and children, of Fort Wayne, arrived In the city Tuesday to visit with Mrs. Walter Dowell. The Kneedle and Knod club was pleas- antly entertained Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. Ray Meredith. In the first game of the billiard tour- nament now being conducted at the Hartsock parlors, Art Mosher defeateij Lon Worden In fifty Innings, 100 to 76. The high run of the evening was 13, made by Mosher Dr. Carl Souder removed the tonsils and adenoids from Miss Blanche, the laughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Tucker Monday evening. Rollo Mosher.. who closed a. very suc- cessful school term at Washington, vKere he served as principal, arrived lome Monday evening. He had been ;endered a. contract for next year, which r. Mosher has accepted. Attorney D. V. Whiteleather went to Logansport Tuesday to look after some matters pertaining to the estate of Mrs. rohn Tucker, whose' nearest kin are John Snellbaker, of this city, and a brother in Illinois. Mr. and Mre. Caldwell Tuttle, who lave spent the winter in the west, are expected home Thursday or Friday, al- The women whoM prnna follow were to normal health by IX Pinkham'a ble Compound. Write tudluk ttenab "I took your Com- pound and have a fitte, strong baby. Mrs. JOHN MITCHELL, MM- sens, N. Y. "Lydia E. Pinkham'a I Vegetable Compound Is a Wonderful medicine for expectant mothers." am Mrs. A. M. MYEBS, Gor- I highly recommend I Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg- etable Compound before child-birth, it has done so much for E. M. DOSRR, R. R. 1, Con- I shohocfcen, Pa. 'ItookLydlaRPink- j ham's Vegetable Com- pound to build up my and have the dearest bohy girt in jworld." Mora "I praise the Com- J pound whenevw I hava I a chance. It did so much I for me before my littte girl was born." Bin. R W. SANDERS, Rowlet- barg, W. "I took your pound before baby via 1 born and feel I owe my Jife toit "-Mrs. WINNIB Winter hough Mra. Tuttle niay stop of? at St. joula and Chicago to visit Both people injoyed the best of health, while on their ournev, although the trip was delayed everai days by an allmenf in Mr. Tut- le's foot, which has healed properly. lobison park opens Sunday. 'LANS FOR ROAD IMPROVEMENTS APPROVED. COLUMBIA CITY, Ind.. 20 The county board of commissioners met in special session "Wednesday aft- rnoon and after looking over the tans and specifications for the pe- Itioned and proposed Stephen Shaw, ohn C. Lawrence and George K. Sis- on, travel improved highways, ap- The road view- examined and jund satisfactory. The report stated hat it would be to the best interest o have improvements made, and laced the Sisson road estimate at 17.822.22, the Shaw road nd the Lawrence road at n ten days an election will probably e ordered, and three weeks later, In ccordance with the statutes, the elec- lon will be held. The majority of the armers are In favor of the proposed improvements, as several main roads, running between trading points are in- cluded in the petition. roved of the same. rs report was also MAYOR'S FIRST MARRIAGE AT COLUMBIA CITY. COLUMBIA CITY, Ind., May Mayor Frank L. Myers tied the first matrimonial knot since his accession to office Wednesday morning, when he joined for good or bad AValter Knight, a carpenter of Logansport, and a son of Alton Knight, and Miss Evelyn Kronk, a daughter of Charles T. Kronk, Of Churubusco. The marriage occur- red at 11 o'clock in the morning at the court house and the mayor did not seem to be one bit flustered in his attempt to execute his new phase of duty. The couple after a short stay in the county will leave for Logana- port to make their future homo. Uneeda Biscuit A crisp, clean, nutri- tious food. For where. Fresh in the moisture-proof pack- age, 5 cents. ZuZu The funny little name of the famous little ginger snap that puts fresh "snap" and "ginger" into jaded appetites. 5 cents. GRAHAM CRACKERS The natural sweet- xness and nutriment of the wheat are re- tained, giving them a delightful flavor, zo cents. Buy biscuit baked by NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY F Ittok for that home EISA Miss A. P. Snyder, for two weeks stenographer- typewriter in the govern- ment engineers' office here, received a commission yesterday from the army office nt Cleveland and she Is now a full-fledged government employe un- der civil service regulations. Her commission reached Chief Engineer Churchill yesterday morning and she qualified immediately. Miss Snyder came to Fort Wayne from Antwerp, O., and applied for a government position. She took the civil service examination and passed with a good grade. Although she has been working in the office for two weeks, she had not received official word which would keep her here per- manently. The young lady was re'c- ommended by Mr. Churchill and it was through his efforts that she received the position. She Is the first woman to receive an appointment in Fort "Wayne in this class of work. Miss Snyder takes the place made vacant by the resignation of Recorder H. T. Rusa, who left two weeks ago for the east. A little extravagance in famishing your home is par- donable, for a well furnished home pays big dividends in happiness and right living. Foster's. WHITLEY COUNTY COMMENCE- MENT TOJJCCUR JUNE 6. COLUMBIA lad., .May The commencement exercises for the common branch schools of Whltley county will be held on the high school campus on Saturday, June 6, at 2 p. m. A band will furnish music and will form a part of the regular program. Rev. C. A. Shoemaker will give the invocation and Hon. F. B. Moe, of South Whitley, will'-present the diplo- mas to the class of'135. The speaker of the day will be Hon. Emerson B. RAY, Ind., May Jennie Han- ley and baby of Toledo, are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Simon Brouse. Mrs. Walter Thioop. spent Sunday in Angola the guest of Miss Berlin. Miss Ruth McNaughton entertained her Sunday school class Monday evening Mr Salamon, of Reading was the week-end guest of hla daughter, Mrs. Nellie McNltt and family. Mrs. Ebenezer Duguid returned Thurs- day from a several weeks' visit with her daughter, Mrs. Edith Hftrbon, of Chicago. Mrs. Harbon is in very poor health. The thirty-sixth annual convention of the Woman's Missionary society of the Sidney Presbytery of the United Presby- terian church will be held at Hall's Cor- ners, May 26 and 27. On Tuesday even- ng Dr. Anna Watson, of Tampa, Egypt. will deliver an address. Mrs. Dye, of I Toledo, O., will also be present and give I an Illustrated Bible talk. AH are Invited to be present. Mr. and Mrs. Nylle Stewart are visiting the latter's sister, Mrs. Fannie Whaley, at Northuret, 0. K. N. Rathburn, of South Bend, has suffered another stroke of paralysis which rentiers him almost helpless. Mr Rathburn has been a great sufferer for many months. Otto Zimmerman, of Angola, was in town Saturday, Miss Carrie Brlcker was the week-end guest of friends at Bancroft, Mich. Mr. and Mra. John Belts have returned from a short visit with their daughter, Hazel Fales and family, at Topeka. Mrs. Csrydon Lewis spent Saturday at Reading with her sister, Mrs. John Dy- gert. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ans- paugh, near Montgomery, May 17, a son and second child. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. McNaughton and son, Archie, were Coldwater visitors Sat- urday. Miss Gladys French, of Albion, visited her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Yates, several days the last ol the week. On Monday at 6 o'nock In Ihe morn- Ing at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Reed, of the Hlllsdalc college, occurred the mar- riage of Miss Ethel Tompklns, of Clear Lake and Clyde Hobert, of Charlotte, Mich They were attended by Miss Bula Golden, of Flint, and eWIcome Belts, of i Tramp These Trails to the Top o1 the World IN Glacier National Parkf Tramp the trails of Glacier National Park this Sam's newest playground in the Rockies of northwestern Montana. Resl in the mountain-shadowed valleys by cool, glacial streams. Fish for the ever-present mountain trout. Climb to the top of the heights studded with diamond-dazzling glaciers. A panorama of inspiring grand- rivers, canyons, pine-laden at your feet Spend as nmeh tlmo T, by I Definite Expense Tours for jour convenience, the following special tours of ths mobile, boat, stage and horseback have been arranged- Thrnl Tear- Smn Day Tour 4T.QO 'e Low Round Trip Summer Tourist Fares Via Great Northern Railway, Daily June Sept. 30 St. polls. the St. Paul and Mtanea- Proportionately low fares from polnti. Walking Tour Book Frw Let us help plan your vacation this year. Send the coupon for It Aflt" Dept- 210 S. Cl.rk IitarutlDDtl Be. W. Pitts, Oen. Agt, Pastenger Dept.. j Dept. 69, 210 S. Clark St.. Chicago, 111! litoratnre on Glacier Ballard, of Crawfordsville; who will speak on the subject "Life Lights" Rev. Will Hunter will close the exer- cises with the benediction. ARRESTED ON CHARGE DESERTION. COLUMBIA CITY, Ind., May William Ginger, of Hunting-ton, who das been working for some time at the city light plant, was arrested Tues- day afternoon by Marshal Frank Jones and taken to Huntington in the evening by officials of that city, to answer a charge of wife desertion. Ac- cording to the Huntington officials, Ginger deserted his wife and a child several weeks ago, but no trace of Urn could be found until recently. Ginger states that if convicted, he is willing to serve his sentence in the penitentiary, but that he will get a di- vorce if hie wife does not. Ginger has several children in an orphans' home. Don't forget your SAFE HOME MATCH grocer will redeem them. Miteli SIR m Most Skin Trouble Readily Overcome The Active Principle of a Famous Remedy Worka Wonders. departed tor their new home in Char- lotte. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Nichols and Mr. and Mrs. Merril Balch attended the fu- neral of their aunt, Mrs. George Llnsley at Qulncy Sunday. Thursday Mrs. Llns- ley. her son, Charles and wife, and Mr. and Mrs. -Ambrose Lampman motored to Albion, Mich. In crossing the railroad track they become confused by the ap- proach of an Interurban car which struck them, killing Instantly Mrs. George Llns- ley and Mrs. Lampman and seriously in- juring Mrs. Charles Llnsley. A double funeral nas held. Mrs. Lampman was the mother of seven children, the young- est being five years old. Sirs Llnsley's aye was 64 years. Mrs. Ellen Baker was born In Penn- sylvania, February 19, 1939. and died at her home at Clear Lake, May 10, 1914, aged 75 yeaw, 2 months and 19 days. She to mourn their loss four children, one daughter. Mrs. Perry Shook, of Camden; James Ready, of Angola; Rimuet Ready, of Toledo, and William, of Clear Lake. Three sons preceded her to the better world. She also leaves seven grandchildren, five great grand- children and many friends. Funeral services were held at the Clear Lake Baptist church. Burial :n the Camden cemetery. The seventeenth annual reunion of the Brooks family will ba at the home of Mr and Mrs Henry Rathburn the first Thursday In June. All those who come by train win be met ana conveyed both n ays. i The Hand? reunion will be held June I 13 at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Duncan McTaggart. Everyone remember the' date. Deputy Federal Clerk Thomas J. Logan received word from Indianap- olis yesterday that Clerk Butler had arranged to hold a session of federal court in Fort Wayne Tuesday, June-9. The cases set for trial will be held be- fore a Jury and a special venire will be impaneled. Cases on the docket are as follows: John Conrad against the Northern Immigration association. Gabriel H. Klracofe against the re- ceivers of the Wabash Railroad com- pany. Marion Donat against the Pennsyl- vania Railroad company. Mary E. Strodel, administratrix, igainst the receivers of the Wabash Railroad company. Charles H. Middleton against Grand Rapids Indiana Railroad company. Isabella P. Pfleidner, administratrix, against the Pennsylvania Railroad company. Abram N. Durling against Henry H. Owen and Frank M. Owen. Commissioner Logan was instructed :o inform the attorneys for the parties so that no delay will be occasioned when Judge Anderson and the jury get here. FEDERAL PETIT JURY DRAWN INDIANAPOLIS, May, 20 A ve-' nire for a petit Jury to serve during a term of the federal court at IJXjrt Wayne, beginning June 9, was drawn by the United States jury commission- ers to-day. The venire is composed of the following! W. H. Bent, "Wabash; Brandenburg. Huntingdon1; Os- car Bryant, South MllfordrCharJes Carter, Silver "Lake; Clayton Dar Decatur; George Gilbert, Plea Lake; Valentine Hatfield, Conve George W. Jackraan, Orland; J. Jennings, North Manchester; Jacob Lahr, Bippus; Andrew J. Little, Gai rett; Richard Lynn, Wabash; Theodort Norris, Lagrange; S. L. Decker Britton L. Runyan, Peru; Marthner v Smith, Nead; William Smith, Gilead; Warren Strieker, Wahash; Harvjey Thornburg. Petroleum; Paul EL-Vs Trier, Fort Wayne; Jefferson man, Waterloo; Sylvester Willlamsburg; William H. WoHen, Coesse, and John eizel, EUihart There are five civil cases ket for trial. HUNTINGTON DAMAGE CASE GOES TO ADAMS COUNTYi- DECATUR, Ind., May case- was vcnued here from the Huntington circuit court. This is for de- manded by Adeibert Sparrow for in- juries received while working for the Erie Stone company, which is made defendant. He alleges that while as- sisting in moving bridge work, a bar was thrown against him with suclj force that his collar bone was broken in three places, his left hip was ken and his bowels paralyzed. No man is, Stronger Than his Stomach The Medical Adviser by coated tongue, pale, doesn't "sleep; R.V. Child Crois? Feverish? A cross, peevish, listless child, -with Many people have marveled the 8. S. S. overcomes skin troubles. The ex- planation is the fact that 8. S. 8 works m the blood and the blood really a moat Intricate and extraordinary mats of arteries I and veins. When come to DECATUR FIRM BUYS STORE AT LEBANON. DECATUR, Ind.. Mat' and Mrs. Clarence Baughman have pur- chased a stock of five and ten-cent goods at Lebanon, Ind., and will move there in the near future. The stock was purchased from the Talt, Hutton company. The Baughmans were for- merly engaged in the business here and and The _........... OI sold to the Morris company a few network of tfny blood vessels you solve the years ago. They have been located in mystery. l TUcro are wonderful medicinal properties In S. 9, S that follow the course of tho i blood streams Just as naturally as the most 1 nourishing food elements. It is really a remarkable remedy. It contains one Ingredient, the active purpose of which is to stimulate the tissues to the selection And the fetid; pains In stomach, with diar- rhea: grinds teeth while asleep, and "tarts no with suggest a Worm that expels and almost every Kickapoo Worm Killer Is Get a box to-day. Start at worms, them, needed once. You won't have to coax, as Kickapoo Worm Killer is a candy con- fection. Expels the worms, the cause of your child's trouble. 25c. Rocom- mended by Drier Drug Co i delicate questions which every man or woman, single or mar- ried ought to know. Sent free on receipt of SI one- cent stamps to pay for wrapping and mailing. LET the greatest athlete have dyspepsia and strength will soon fail. One's stamina-force- fullness and strength of mind or depend upon the blood, and the blood in turn, requires a healthy stomach, for the stomach is laboratory where the food is digested, and such ele- menta are taken makm blood. In consequence all the organs of the body such as heart, lungs, liver and kidneys, as well as the nervous system, feel the bad effect if the atom- ach is deranged. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery helps the stomach to digest food properly, starts the liver into new activity, removing the poisons from blood, and the various organs get rich, red blood in- stead of being illy nourished. The refreshing influence of this extract of native medicinal plants has been favorably known for over 40 years. Everywhere some neighbor can tell yon of the good it has done. Sold by medicine dealers In liquid or Hotel, Buffalo" avail trial box will the skin i of t, I Michigan also. NOTICE To the people of Jefferson township. There will be a public meeting at the matchless blood purifier are Just essen- tial to well-balanced health ag tho nutri- tious elements of the grains, "id sugars of our dally food Not one drop of minerals or drtim is used school house Friday evening, j ana sugars otow daTiylwi" May 22, at 8 o'clock, to oV cuts the stone road question. Everybody is earnestly re- quested to come and take part in the nd counsel upon any sll'Di "rite jw tho Mcdlcftl The Swift Specific Co., 629 Swift Bldg., Atlanta, Do not allow some zealous clerk's elo- quence over somttulng "Just as good" as S. 8. 8. to fool ;ou with the same old mineral drugs. Beware of all upon S. 8, S. 22K.GOLD This Is the Finest, and Best Equipped Office of Its Kind In the State. Everything Up to Date. AUL WORK GUARANTEED FOR 20 YEARS. WHY WE ADVERTISE To let the greatest number of people possible know ol a place to take advantage of our scientific knowledge and skill, using only methods tried and pi oven GOLD CROWNS. EXTRA HEAVY FULL SET OF TEETH (WHALEBONE Whalebone EXAMINATION FREE........... Special Attention To Out-of-Town Patients CAR FARE ALLOWED 50 MILES. Have your Impression taken in morning and go home with teeth same day. In order to introduce our new Whalebone set of teeth which are the strongest and lightest sets known. Do not cover the entire roof of the mouth; bite corn off the MAY 30TH we have decided to make these special sets of teeth for CALL THE RUSH GOLD FILLINGS...........................750 Up BEST SILVER FILLINGS Me ALLOY TEETH CLEANED Rn0 TEETH EXTRACTED, PAINLESS......... S0o NEW YORK PAINLESS DENTISTS 0 2nd Floor, I. O. O. F. Bldg. Cor. Calhoun Wayne 1 i _   

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