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Fort Wayne Journal (Newspaper) - July 1, 1898, Fort Wayne, Indiana 1 rkcr: .Mur FORT WAYNE MORNING JOURNAL, s..s ..ii lullH-.utr KlUdi. 3: utr Iniiin, MR by I'lli-lu-d n.-k mil-Hy Killi-ii, liy Ulili >rr TO i M :riin-; i1-: AM i-: rn f A1ANKF1KI.I- YKSTKUUAV. 11 IK IM'CKKYIW STAIiTKU WIN JHIT I.KT imWN TIM-: KNU I'lTCIIKUS IN HAKU LINKS. TIIKV Hl'AM'. .rriii in: C. U II K I'l.-vi-Lvl... (I 2 'J 1 li o ii U- 7 u ii ii 11 r. i i i Y.IUIIK ami Willis iiii.l Yt-uBi-r. K.it runs (Vvfliui'l. Uushm. I'l HI. [iLLHfi Villain. I; ..It mi: Willie, j. Smirk iml-lly 1; l.j Willis. J. Hi.in.- iiiii-.MfKi-.iii.' Tin li.i.-.: TWII-IIHM- lil UV..IIIIIT, (.'.ill'im. 'I: I nitty. SliiliL ii.....ilth-Walliov. iiVon-ii-r. Tun rn Hamllt-.n. WESTERlfLEAGUE. JULY 1, 1898. UlCITAIN'ri I'UKMIKK UOl'KS T11K WAlt WILL .SOUS UK UVK1L ANb SAYS IT IS THE DUTY OV KN TO AMH'VA'IN KKOM It nil happ.-iuM ill tin: Ifiilli iiiiiiu wlifii l.-l il.'Wii iiiul Hi.' Wi< Urn-.- num. ii anil winning th.- Kiinic. Way tll-ll III- M-..IV I" illnl was liliinli fur li'ith shies until UK- lit half uf tin- Irtilli. whi-ii tin- I (lie MaiiHlii'ld I anil ral nut i.l1 tin- KH me riahl side "I1- Sri.n- Al '.'I Ciiliiin- M llri MiniL.-Hpi.hVKai 1-T AK. K. H. I'O. A. K. KNli.-i- I (l ss K 1 Ulrkcy. 1 Ifcilili. Jib......... 1 IturiMt. II...... 1 MANHFlKLll. Alt. Ii. II. liriitt. rl......... 1 I 1 Kiilz. Ib......... 5 Burki-. If...... 7. lt.-lt. IT........... -1 Ktllum. i........ 3 Totals.........11 DIPLOMAS GIVEN. t'.KAljCATI.Nr. CONSISTS UK7UII HUlf.lIT ANN' AltltolC, Mlfli.. June day in viniiiii'-iiivnii-ni at, the vt-rslty ..f .Mii-hiKan. At !l nVIuoli Majur Suulu hewn mar Khalliiijr tin- lung lliif. Kit-sit .-aim- II iHUIll, lill-II till- pll-slilellt nf Ilu? Ullivi- sity fnlli.wiM hy the university suna inul the students liy ill-par infills. Tin- Mrali. in was i] Hive red ITofeSHUl- lEi-lljllIllill WllUUltT. (.'.iriii-ll itinl was Well ru Kollnwint; his iiraLic.ii Acting I'rt'si (lent Hutehlns iinn-edt-d to confer Hi ilesi'ws, iiuinbi-rliiB neitrly st-vt-n hun
rvjji Slum Snuin Sweden Tobngn Island Tiiiriiliid Islund Turki-y Uuiied Suites IiiditB Woild Rand, McNally Co., Chicago and New York. PHILADISU'IIIA. IT; CIXCIXXATI. 3. C1NX1NNATJ. R. H E Cincinnati... 0 0 1 ft 0 1 C1 0 X 7 -1 Phila'phla... -1 U 0 C 0 2 1 1 1-17 S D.'tmrntiim and I'fiitz; Uono- hue and McFarlnnd. Earned dt-lrilila. 15: Cincinnati, l Two-bus H: Landers. Oujk-y. Three- Irasc hits-McFarlnnO. Dt-lehanty. Flick. Bockivy. D.innn.inn. nm-CoolfV. Stolen Double ma n IVltz to licckk-y. on balls Donoitue. 1: -.fC DammaJi. 2. Stnwfc Donoliuc. wild pitcii-Dam- manis. CHICAGO. 7: NEW "i'ORlv. CHICAGO, June It H K Ken- York... 10 1000 S6 Chjcasro...... 0 0 4 o i ff C -1 and Doniiliuo. Kami-d York. 1. on bases-New York. S; Chicago. 3. lut.t-Vanllfilttrn. Dnhh-ti. Warner. Stolen iKiscp-Vanllaltr-jn, JlcCyrmick, Dou- ble to Davjn to Glvayun ti> Joyce: Davis to Glcasnti; Con- nor to Struck t.ut-Dy Isbvll. 1: hy St-ymour. 4. I'asv-I Bas.-s'on balls-Off y-vinniir. 7: Isbt'll. 5. Wild Isbtll. Hit 3: BALTIMOKK. J. IJiUISVlI.LK. June R IT 1-; f' l) I I 1 0 3 I' 1 UcJam-t." and Clark-. Pacrific'- blt-Ttitchfv. mdnt. lJiP-s K-dii-Ofl Cun- H: off iUcJamvP. Stnwh JJy U-uM" Ritcii'-y i-> Rit--li..y f) lilt by fltcliM W.ll-J-nTilnCF. T i-': ST. T.ot'is. ROOSEVELT'S ROUGH RIDERS. This picture was sketched from life, and sliotvs one of "Teddy" Roosevelt's rough riders in fighting trim. He is armed with the Cuban machete and car- four hea.vy ready-fire revolvers. The uniform or costume worn by the ough rides is oC special cloth, which overcomes the terrible heat of Cuba and vitlmtands the rainy season without material change in the temperature. unusually "interesting. Among other steps taken was the voting of 51.000 for a monument to the late Prof. Henry S. Frieze. The "Williams professorship fund was shown to contain The hoard of regents conferred the follmvinjr honorary degrees: Master of Stanley AVaterloo. the Chicago novelist; bachelor of arts, Hon. Chas. Quarles. Milwaukee; doctor of laws. Hun. R. Day, class of '70. ami Secretary of state. Dr. Abram scientist and physician at Columbia, college. TORT WAYNE TO CHICAGO AJI3 ALL 20IUIS EAST- AND WEST. Lowest rates via Nickel Plate road. A peerless trio of. fast express trains daily each direction. All express trains if Nickel Piate road arrive at ami jart from Van Buren street Union Pas- senger station. Chicago. K. J. Hamil- ton, JTort Wayne, Ind. 'Phone No. 72 PENNSYLVANIA APPOINT- HENTS. .1. A. nOXKHRAKK FROM THE LOUTS VTMjK TO TUB DJVIPION- INUIANAI'OMS. Ji Tht- KH Bl 1 3 j n_ n with f.y C. A. sup-rint'.-n'l'.-nt -f til ilivisi-.-n, t" boc'-m- snp' H Off C-'.n-'y. r llinp into ruins, to invite it into paths reform, to sive it every assistance our power, to perfect its defenses and ilicrt'iise its commt-rchil prosperity. hus we should aid Cliina and our- clvcs. Jt :.s ininosyiblu that we should sive the sjinit.- influence over China as ver India and Kgypt. uut 1 believe hat so far as railways are concerned, ur jul van tapes will be fully equal to hose of other nations." HOW T.ONDON-. SPEECH IS INTER- PRETED. Marquis of :h lust nipht is tli to.iiay. Tlic diirlomalic bo-Iy ii.'K it as .1 wf Groat n's The premier intentl- cd rcmnrky as a JiiiK to the powers Kit Gr-.'iit Britain in pympnthy with irth Germany'.-; allrf.--! attitmV In thy ticsstio'n nf tiie riillltipllH' islamiP. ecl.'initlon the United States is ani- int'-I In tin: present war elcvate-I hilanthropy ,1 upjn which IrrFs-' is lni'1 nml many pwpie fin.1 n. con- i the lie recent vfclt of Col. John Tiny, t-nlltfl Tilth Jlarqtns of Salishtiry .........jrsv of an-itlKr vis-it to-day, rolnn-rl Ifny .iHicially the M.ir- s Sitlishury "I tlie ijIockvJe of itlif-Di "I It is kr.own HE PAID HIS BILL. A BICYCLE SCORCHttlt COLLIDES WITH A LADY RIDER AND ATTEMPTS TO MAKE HER SKT- TLE. U was one of those iJcrfect nights when scarcely a hrtath or air disturh the serenity of nature. Tlie Beautiful] dense shade treea alonsr boulevard lent a sort of shivery mys- tery to the lamlsrain.', "nil sent- a thrill of vierU terror the vei-j- mar- row of the lone wheelman as he along at it rattling pact- toward Cal- houn street. He may have imagined that all sort goblins were after him, but that would have cut little ice on. that hot night had a blue coated police- man seen the scorcher, fur there is an ordinance against scorching on thy streets of Fort Wayne, and the rider would have been convinced that tlie shades of his ancestors could travel faster than his steed of had the big hand oC the minion of the law been ruthlessly laid on his shoulder. But there is another factor in the story. A ]iretty miss was skimming alonj? the same boulevard, at about tin. same time, and near the same locality but she was not scared a. bit. She rather enjoyed the strange stillness un- der the bijr phado trees, and she rode leisurely toward Calhoun street, The scorcher approached the girl, but he saw her not. A wet, slippery place appeared before the fair rider and veered slightly to the IcEt. There was a, crash, scorcher described several queer evo- lutions in tlie air. and then came back to earth to find that his front rim was in splinters. The rode on. This? fact perhaps cxapperat-jd the scorcher, i swore a. mighty oath, that he lid make that maiden fair settle for wheel, and yesterday, he pent a bill of darnuycs tu the ollicc where she works. The poor sirl was scared, for the bill was accompanied by a note vhicli stated that unless Ihe amount forthcominc. a, law suit would be instituted. A lawyer was consulted, and he allayed the fears of the maiden fain after the manner
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