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   Fort Wayne News, The (Newspaper) - May 18, 1898, Fort Wayne, Indiana                               Women's Shirt Waists and Separate Skirts! Women's Separate Skirts. Here, live lillli'.lmls oi m-w up U.-.latc SkirH, llia.lt- up ill style, nude well, lined -veil and lu-ltcr .sliced than fan be done at home. lirilliautinc anil Clicck SkirU CoVei! und Blnek, aiul S1.50. Skirts of Cheviots, IVilHantincs, Serges 1-aney Novelties f-'J.IKl fo Skirts of Striped and Brocaded Satin-., lira Immlsompsl skirt we have ever up to caeli. Gloves. l-'ui- 'II..- I liool, iin.l Dollar Uoves l-'.irl Wayne ever had. Pillows. Wash Goods SPECIALS. -i.l'-. .....1 iiciiMl all ci.lc.r-. lOc a insti-a.l .11 (-.iiili-cl ill 30 ilifl'rrenl women's stockings. Slums liiuln-l- jjnuli- lliivi-llii-i I" I'lui llhu-lc.-. full faMlint (0 Carpets. Single room lengUi.s of CaipMs .nt HIP low prii-e fliey arc celling at make-. Bet- ting the. new carpel an matter. liooill lici-s. l-'ino. Mcilinm anil fumiinni Tlic-si' Mill In- 1-l.fc-i-il at all III- in.-tcail nf I3i-. insl.-ail nf IS.-. hvo am Kii.nl. Th.-v I..- linin.l pilf.l ill-ill- il.mr. Paper Patterns. Htittcrick Patterns for .Jum- an; ready. Also Delineators .and Ihe Fort Wayne (IliH.T of our l-'a.-hion Hook, untile by the Bntleviek Co. iic a single number. 'J.-ie it year if tailed fnr. NEW MATTINGS. Neat and P'rell.v DcsiRns in Japan and Oliina Maltinsi. 1-JVr.c In lOc yurii. The New York Store, Established I860. THE RUROOE DRY GOODS COMPANY, Successors to Root Company. The Fort Wayne News, Bj wn.LlAU D. PAGE. u Second-claw Mnttrr nt the Qorernmcnt Poitofflce tt Fort Way DC, lad. BUB3CRIPTION RATKa: fer Annum Per Month Owrler, per delivcrpd................ IVe WKDNKSDAV. M A V IS. IriUS. 'riiciv ;in- two r.iWf. lor Uif pm-ont Mini Ui'-y mv MJUIII' nml lnntuuir. Tu Hi aliuiil. ytiiir living whiit'rt malli-i- wiih lluil whivh saiN umlur Ailuiinil Ccrvci-ii fm- :i (Iyer? Ail i- in Itustnn luirb'H iml- rvi'ii lliu i-xcili'iiH-iil "i pnirliii- oil Ihe COJIril, Hi -CillV, LIlC 01 UH- huh. t> Tlii- Chivi-liinil Lrjuli-r -ny- "tin- i- I" hi- M-I.V liiiiir-r i- nil OVCI-." hltt It IHlt fiill.iW lllMl In- i- goiiit; to it "in m-i-k." 'I'lir inLitm huliit is new vic- tim- i-ViTV Wt-rk. :ill III- diiiua ovci lull uhl. xvliili' IK-I jjipc. lin- In !HT l.imiM 10 ill-Hill. 'hi V.rl uriilVl I" liy til.- In- tuilljicllnl .-i! in :i nf i.-.. iimi tin1 ,-ily witiiiiiit priiU'i-iiim Slin--f 1'fo.hi' h .in- Wi-Mcy Alt-nitt ili- of Ihoallr-.ilinii.s.i [Mil.Ii-linl, Unit !n' M-niitil tint K.I I" iiH'ii. (Jem-nil ill i- :i Mtldiur, and inm-li lii- niiylil bu in ivlii'llinii. ii" I" Manilii. jf uid'-i'i-'l. Midi'inl n limn l-t j-iippinl liiir.. Tiic itri'scnt of tlin An- sffnibly nf tiir Vrcsliylcviiin rliurch at I.-- n Iicinv- (rial Dr. A. C. of Union S-miiuin-. tlu- .-WHIP inatifu- in which I'ruf. wns IL II i.-  Ciiited Static. hich fallen olf entirely, und the iiiMiluablo nf Ihi-t i-niintry lo thi-ir exposition in ad- lie eon.-ideied. And 11 thai all ;i .-nddcit I'rein-b lilli-d uiih of La- 1'ayetie. and lime n ii-iniline-- nf in inl.nniM i, DM- oliifia ininiiil ihf Oar. In- Miilicifiu -i-tlh- lln- uf HiH-iaV ]in-ili.ii in tin- "I'nlili.-iaiH tliai. (lit- I'uiiet in1.- uicvf.l hy M-lti-li r-imsitU-r aiiitn-. In rul the A iitil.nril with Hie fii'ling of huinanil.y. but bv >flli-li teml in- toward ihe nliHirpli.....if the Tliix i> an ohl There i- no power which, ill tho matter of defending others. ir, not accused of When' ie the ideal government, which sol- iishne-. and is guided nnly by knightly Junior? The I'nited Staler'have tin-right lo be guided by their own inforoit-v ,l-'nr decades at their very doom ex- ceptional have happened. IVnpIo. at the hcavv taxation wliieli is ont nf (hem. have hcen killed. TCIIH nf of the repre.tcnlativOH the rural di-tricH. having raided no but fol- lowing (heir loilnoiilf! vocutiun. are fore ibly torn from their mother earth and detained iu the narrow confines of Ilia city, where there is very little broad, hut a great many guns und soldiers. What arc they lo do in those cities'; The im- part of European consuls show that, in Cuba death from starvation ii a occurrence, and lhat even now, m the eve of their liberation, thousands .lie of Hiich a death." Kov. Thomas of (Ji-iuwiti, III., Sunday preached from the theme sng- Admiral JJcweyV immortal or- der of 'One hour for given In hN men after their iiisl lerritie oii.Mau, ihe Spain-It llect .it Manila. Jlc said: "Next fo the splendor and coin- of Uewcy'fl victory, and the ef- fect il havp in the of the war, is the humanity of the k'irat i-ommander in hi.J ordering the now famou- 'one hour for bmikfaM.' for hi: men. I predict thal'Pewey'ri order. 'One hour for will become one of the ehi.-rfiir episodes of this present war. liour for breakfast Think of the delivering such an order in the midst of a and unfinished battle! Think of In- great ness and humanity nf a cmii- nander whose order is I" strike for hi-, country, and whose oinl order is hour for breakfast' for liU men. 'One hour for break fa-sf in the midsl of a blood> battle is like tlio bright return of the after the vHl the Inr- 'One hour for breakfast' al such imp i> like the xcphyr ihaf cools the aching brow. 'One honi- for break- fast' in Manila Hay that morning was like motliei-V kiss nn lint brow of a dying .Idler. 'One hour for breakfast' for boy-j was like it benedic- tion at- the close of :L restless and toil- wearying day. 'Our hour for hreakfiitt' at clone of thai terrible charge was like the smile that follows a flood of tears. ;Ono hour for breakfast' on that Sunday morning wa.s likt; partaking of the ?acra- nl al the altar of liberty. 'Chin hum for breakfast' on those smoking bailie ships is one of UKUC of mitiirc that make the whole world kin.' anil next to Pc.wey's stroke for his country, next to Dewoy's eyelone blow for Cuban lib- erty, this touch of kindiuvs, and humanity for his men." BOARD ORDERED OUT. THE PENSION APPLICANTS Will be Eiamlned by the Fort Wayne Board at New Quarters Next Week. This morning the board of medical pen- .-i'ln oxaminern of Mcl'ans- Innd, llctrirk and Bowur, rwcivcd ti lio- licc from the treasury depart.nienl. at that Uiey musl vaeuit; their ioiii.-i in the in this ly forthwith. Tho pension examining board has buen of flii.i room over sinto t.he hnildiiiLT has Ireen comploleil. A few days ajro the or- ,Irrcd to ivith Ihe Ht-rvicrs of laitifur Hvan and Fircunui Vunnjf. Itoih thc.se gentlemen are now off the rolls of the governnifiit. Whi'ii this order was issued the government also i.s- ntfd nn order fo have the elevator c-ea.se and Plated explicitly Hint, it should lie operand only when lliu t'nitud tates court is in pension. Heretofore the elevator has IICCH used m pension examining thiit (he.-ol- diei> could be taken lo Ihe roniiis of Ihe i-XiUiiiiling board on llu- M-.-on.I llonr of Ihe Imihliiur. When Ihe order .-am.- tn linv.- llii- i-li- vittnr put out of scn-ii-e, Dr. Helrick, --i-c- n-tarv of Ihe pension board, wrote, to to have the elevator run uii pension dnyn. This morning tlie doctor leceivud a lelti-r slating that the pension board had no right whatever to u.-e the room in the government building for medical examination and re- uju-oU'd the board (o vacate medially. Xo exiiminafinn will be held in Ihh I'oom in Ihe future, and (he hoard will be compelled to furnisli own room for that, purpose.. Tho of the board are paid a. fee for each examination and iln- government holds Ihat the bo.ird Is p.iid just, the as :i privnte praelilion- and .-hoiild furnish i's own apart menU The order uhich was veeeiv.-.! ti.i- mi'i-ning a complete. id all .-mim-m-d. 'I he Imard will probubly sci-k new iiuarlciN In-fine GREEN GOODS. Strictly Fresh -Received Every Morning. Imiirhi'.- -V. Ma.lish, ;j Iniiii-heA fie. I'if .'1 Inmrlu-- llprts. 4e hunch. 1'iirsle.y, In liuncfc. 4o buneh. f-'iiPHnilicra, 3 and -Ic htiiich. Cauliflower, llie head; t fur ITift ]iock. Wiix ISciilis, fie quart. Pot III -100 IK'L'U. 'I'lio prices nhvnys flu; lowc-if. A'18 anil 2-10 Calhmui St. THK KKVSTOXK. WANTS BIG DAMAGES. CLARA LOCKHART INJURED Street Car Case Have an Inning The Court Notes. Mi-nry .1. Snyder, guardian of Clara b.ckhait, a minor, brings suil, in the. sil- pt'rior court again.il Samuel M. Foster for damages. Tin; (-omplaint alleges that Mi-s f.ockliart was an employe of the l-V-lcr Shirt Waist J-m-lory, tiiul that sin- attempted to walk down ;i ot airway that was slippery, icy and old. The stair- wav was also uncovered, 'i no. young Imly slipped and fell, receiving such injurii-s as to make her limb permanently Miff. T1IK STUKKT OAK CAPM The street car is still ou in the circuit court. To-day the plaintiff finished their testimony and the defence has taken up the tight. This afternoon If. Itonrno, cashier of a Clevcliind national is on tin! hiand. The ease will probably be argued unlil duv aflt-r to-morrow. GOKS TO COUNTY. The case of John M. KIcNiuian against J. II. Jiass receiver of the Vort Wayne Consolidated Railway company, has been scut, lo Whitley county on a change of Fleishman fell from a pole and IMS .M-verely injured, lie. elaim.s that Ihe wire the strccl ear company wm improperly iiibalaled, mid llml. ho re- coivcd :i shock which caused him to fall. OTHKUCOUKT ,Thr. county eoiriliii.ssioneis yesterday re- newed the franchise for the Milmiban mid which wns granted A. White two voar-. ago. Tin? mail, if btiill. will run from city to New Haven. Maniago licenses have been issued to -Tohn Schmidt and Fannie Vote; Leonard Grosser and Addic S. Keener; Al- vin .0 HisholV and Louisa Neuhntts. RAILROAD NOTES. MtMjter Loree in tho City Lake Erie Western Order. This morning General Manager f.ore.e. of the. Pennsylvania arrived in the cilv in a special car en route from Cleve- land tu Chicago. KAlUtOAD NOTKS. Kxeciitive ofiiccrs of western lines took action ve.iloiday toward eliding the rate war on live nwk and The lowest, known rale of 10 cents per Km poiiniN from the -Missouri river lo Chii-iign goeM into cIVecl to-day un the IV road. U is slated lhat the rea- son whv Uie- executive oiiiecrs of the roads did nol (ilteml the propos- ed peaco meeting yesterday was llml they kne.w other lined had maiie contraclH with snippers which would prevent them from keeping all :igi cement to reslore and maintain rales. The Canadian Pacilic. in extending ils war on (he American railways. In order to inei-l the. competition of its branch known as the ''Koo'' line, tin: road.-; from nneapolih have, bi-on compelled to make in rates on (lour. Announce- menl was made yesterday thai tin: tariff >f all-rail route-, would he reduced from cents, to cents, and of laky and rail routes from cents to cents. As raUs. it alleged, IIJLVR been made seerclly by the ''Sou" line the Amer- ican lines have decided to make their tnriir rales the HIIIH-. At ihe (iriind Central depot. N'ew York City. were In-hl mi'etings of the boards of director.- of ihe Lake Shoiv i Michigan Southern, of the Michigan Central and of the Nickel I'lule, llie- New Vurk. Chu'.Mro A Si. Louis. Chaiincey M. Depevv ua-> cii-.-ted William II. Newman was elected president of the Uko Slum- mini, to.-liccced Mr. who in turn succeeds Mr. IVpew as preM- dent "t" tin- NV.w York Central. Jl. R iv-eh-ded In the presidency the Michigan Central railioad. W. II. CaunifT was elected president of the Xi-w DON CARLOS PRETENDER. Answer to a Correspondent Who Wauta to Know About ths Spanish Squabble. To it.p 1-Uitor lli-: U'ill you pli-a.-n in lln- NCWJ- tin: i-liiiiiH of Don Carlui to tin- Spanish Ihnme. ami I In- irrigin nl Hie Cai'li.4 lln a pail, nf 11n- fun- daincnial law uf Spain that, no woman i-ould MUTCi-i! IK flie Spani.-li lliroui: uii- (here maltt direct nr col- la It-rat. In Fi-rdinand 1. Minrily hw d.-ath. ;il..itished by is knmui a- i.i simply liecail.-t; ho, fell cnouxli   revived and Don Carlos, with his sup- porters, liable lo foment another rebel- lion al any time.] THE ONLY STORE. TIIK CKKATKST l.'ROCKKY IS TIIK (iM.v IN VOU CAN' BL'Y A C.ui Kvii-lli-nt foni fin- lii-. A ;l-lli Tciiiinliics fov 81-. A ;l Hi Cun Sivcct Polaloca for Si-. A :l-lb (.'an California Apricnts for Sc. A 1Mb GUI Culifm-nhl Croi-n Cold Drop or Pliiina fur Iflu. A 3-lb Can Calilurnia Clu-rrirH fcir liii-. A Ill Can California Illnck Clu-rrics for lin-. A .1-11) fail fiiliforniil Harlli-11 I'c-ais lor liK-. A C.'all.in Can for 'ill-. A (iiillou Can Apricots for A (iallun Can 1'raolies for A Callon Can Illacklii-rrics for A Callon Can Raspberries for A Call Fi-aclics for fii-. A '2-lb (.'an loofiebci I irs for A 2 Hi Call for 7c. A -.Mli Can Blncklicrrics for Ti-. A l-ili Can 1-VpJi Alaska Salmon for Sp. A 2 11. Call Corn liref (about Iialf prk-r) I.V. A 1'ilit -lar Assoitcd Jl'resprvps for ISc. A Pint llottlp Witcli for ISi-. A '.'an H.t. C'harlcs ICvaporatcd Cream for A I'onml Uriwl Appli's foi A 1'oimil KvaporalMl Diiuil Ib5pben ic.'S for A Uox.i-n (six J'urlor llnlchca for 20c. Hpinonibpr our Krpsli Tlleat MurUp.L. THE GREATEST GROCERY, Columbia and Hnvrison liasli Ulock. WORK IsESUMED. THE STONE HAS ARRIVED. After Six Weeks of Idleness Stone Masons Resume Work on Hew Court House. 11 i-- MX week- to-day sinec the slonc iisons ct'ii-sed laving stone on tin: new nirl house. The delay has nol been caus- ed by any carelessness un the part of the (.'nuiify eumiiiibsiont'i'S, but. has been due tu natural earnus. The stone quarry at Jlcdftinl lists been under water moat of the Uinc si nee work wa.s slopped, ami it. has been utterly impossible, to get Mom: to Mm L-ily ur cvi-n it oiil of the (Hiarry. I'or the pii-t few days work has been re- snttieil al tint ijiiarry. and this iiiurning there, were two cars loaded with stonu :it Hie irairlield avenue yards of Stewarl Thi-ri; are. now ten inoro ears of .stone, on the road, and will be delive.nl In the Wiihiish company here lute this afternoon. The consignment of siom; will lie icnt. to eoniphftti the >tone woik on tlie walLs of Ihe. building The stone to be used in the lower liius it. bt'eii shipped as yet, and may not be sent in time to ensure, the, contractor.-? in iniiing work on tin1 lower until lliU fiill. If Ihiri btone is not here the men will pnl to work on (lie interior of Ihe building during Iho winter months. Thib inorniinr the fire-prooT men began work in the pniolliii" on the first iloor. Portions of tho building will be under roof llii.i fall, KO that all interior work will be hmiied along. STATE CONVENTION. The Democnta Select the Date and Complete tho Committees. Tin. ili-miK-rntH- sink' comuiiui'i- li.v.-cl .luni' -1-1 ns Hi.- ilnti- "f Ilic riiumiiail Ahulhi In-Ill l.'cilil- niilli.i'iiiiin pnixy. II was ilt- jndK.v iiiul i-milwl tin- law tliu ill tin- cnllrls. Siin.in .1. of i.ii.l U. IIiH-kliill. of l-'nrl w.-iv on the t-x.-.titivo an.I Jililj.1- K.hrai.l on UK- iiilvi-. r.......lilti-i- from tin- twelfth ilislrii-l. MUST HAVE BEATEN THEM. Hxttfoid City Does not Dko Htm Becnuso Bo Pitches. The Hnrtfunl City News Call'- ni-y. the ex-pitchor of the sal- aried team. :ind who jKiinnl- rd out. of ex.ftenw! by the Dinmond Sjiec- on several occasions, is now with Ihe Shamrocks of Vort Wayne. He is good i'tiough for a plug train, but not strong enough to draw good pay with a daps club. He a big strapping follow, who would fit nicely in a section gang. Birth Record. Horn, lo Mr. ami Mrs. Dell Lulimiml of 1'ourlh son. C. J. WBLKER, 118 Calhoun St., Schmitz Block. Headquarters for... Hosiery, Underwear, Shirt Waists and Corsets. 1 ea-e Chihlren's Stockings with white sole, all a worth '35c. Ladies' Hose, the best values in the city at lOc, and a pair. UNPKRWEAK. Ladiw' Vwls, great values at iit, 10c, ISc and 25c. Children's all size> at TK-. Sc ;iiul lOc. Men's lialbriggan Underwear; no sur-U values elsewhere at 25cj and SOu. PHHIT Ladies' Shirt WaisU at 50c., If) Jvadies" Shirt WaWs at 75c, worth 10 doxen Ladies' Shirt at worth 1 ease Hnmmer Corsets at 2le. 25 Summer Corsets at 50u, worth 75e. Our dollar Summer Coivct lia-s no equal. Short and medium length Corsets in Sateen and Summer Net at special prices. Floor Oil Cloth in nil widths, good, at a square yard. we give coupons redeema- ble in premiums, at our store. C.J. WELKER, 118 Calhoun St., Schmitz Block. FOR GASH T can ppll you a Bicyde clicaper thiin you call buy in Chicago or clst-whi-ie.. Jf you have :i "hnrgaiu" circular, bring it to ilil-i 1 will get you thu ivhccl for il little loss. All Bicycles mid Kuiulrica POB CASH at niices tiiat ought to make them go. All Bicyilos, iiielii.liuf; famous BAM- BLERS, lit, a little, ilbove. cost price. Tin- tincst and lirottieal, Jiiost costly built STri.dl) Bicyrln on the market. ?42.0U. The now ItO-iueh Bicycle gcaied tu 120, which the mamifiu-turr-ra claim runs 113 KIP.V as a 2S-iuch wlu-cl gcarcil to 80, i-mi'.oii. Have hilt M of the 1837 Kumlilers re- early this season left: this lo clean them out. Lamps, Diaiiionil Liunpp, ?2.ril) Lamps, SI.20. I. C. Ijimps. tiae. .MniKilll U'lijjht K.li.'i. "i 1'almcr Tires. Finnic Tulie Tins, ami I'e.lals. a puir. Basket Toe Clips, lOu :i pair. Mrssinprrr Saddles. Jl.nfl. Cioiihm Style PuJilcd SndJlcs. 73c. Ohrisly Ptyle Saddles, A lot of Bicycle Shoes, worth to ?3.on. nt. ?i.on.' Si-iinid-liuiid Wheels from (-2.50 up, in- cluding a Chaiuh-ss at m A.C.KATT, 41 U'est Ilcrrv Stri-L-l. m Ii. S. Tlobertson. William O'Kourke. Robertson O'Rourke, ATTORNKVS AT LAW. Office: East. Uerry St., over Western Union Telegraph Office. Money to Loan, On Farm and City Real Estate. The J. F. Schell Loan and Investment Co., 24 TO 28 PIXLEY-LONQ BLOCK. Tt-lrplione 4So. No Gold! Xo No THE BORTON CUBE. For Whiskey, Morphine, Co cnine and PLYMOUTH, INDIANA. Tlio Plymouth Institute is tho only )no under the personal supervision of )ra. T. A. Norton and N. Aspinall. For full information address Dr. Borton's Plymouth Institute, Plymouth, Indiana. MONEY DO YOU WANT MONEY? If so, call on us. We ran gtt MONEY you money on furniture, pi- anos, horses, wagons, rarringea, MONEY etc., and leave the property ia vonr possession. Payments ar- MONEY ranged on the monthly install- ment plan or to suit your MONEY convenience. If you want money, and want yonr busi- MONEY ness done quickly, privately and confidentially, call on MONEY Fort Wnyne Mortgage Loo Co., Room '2, Seidel Block, Uf MONET Stairs. Calhonn Street. Honey to Loan on personal or mortgage security. G. W. (YKEB, 34 E. Berry street. FINE LINE OF SPUING AND SUM- MER SUITINGS AT BAUDS', NO. 10 WEST 1IEKRY ST. 20 Mr. S. J. Spollin.in. nf Cincinnati. in tin- city for a few hours on hminffs yesterday. BUTTER AND EGGS. i-t llic month of tin- VIMI- fur JIlllliT. UnltiT. 1'n-li TUB N'EW KKYSTOXH. -J33 iin.l -J-10 Oillioim St.   

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