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   Fort Wayne News, The (Newspaper) - July 11, 1898, Fort Wayne, Indiana                               CLEARING SALE -------IN OUR-------- All and Suits Reduced to All and Suits Reduced to All and Suits Reduced to AH and Suits Reduced to Trimmings IN ALL SUITS. A TITLED WARRIOR. Heciy, of Prussia, Stands Face to Face will: Our Dewey in the Philippines. Prime M.....7 nf Prussia, wliu keeping "lie. e.ye on 'Admiral Di-wey, lyn ilxi'lf will light. mim; io tin- that he will -short- llis brother, to set- ly iicwl Irnth ro-nifoivttd hy those of his brother, ilm warlord, if hn intends to -.fir ii-ll l.h'af. our American admiral is do-, ing. Dmve.y is making lu'msclf very much :U. home in our new island pos- session Prince Henry is lying on" in the hay with four German warships n waiting j proceedings, -lie has planted his ships! near Hie Spanish guns w> that the two' flil can niiiki against the American for Uficalions. I'lUN'CIO IIIONILV.OR PRUSSIA. H.- MisMiaves Ifft Will be the Xoxt Victim .of DMVCV. overshadowed liy the greatness of the war lord, ho has home, such honors as came li him wiin pride, anil has HS--K ed his hi-Dtln-r in many ways. lie now represents (icriiiany In the il if an opportunity prc- lle is anxious, ;al war, and in casii of hostilities he will command from the. .ship of the Mqiiartrnn. .Prince Henry has four filler.-, named larlolte, Victoria., Pophia. and Mar- ret. of iihom liave married small 'i-iiuin with tho exception of phia. who is marrii-d to Constantino, Prince of (.Ircet-o. Prince Henry is thiin William, and is much superior in height. He no physic- and in ninny way? is ahead of i ajnjivssivp rc-lalivc. 'bqiiallty yith.-'tha' choral the: world. JJ'r. ho remembcred.'in this city ae playing with tho locjil Ora- torio society last yciir, niiu us the organist for tho opening of the Wayne .Street and Ulirisliiiii church organs. His reception hero on each ooeu- fiion wfis nn onttnifliastic one, and his ninny local admirers will wish him a long and prosperous career. Airs. F. E. Blon- der, the. organist of the Wayne Btrcet church, was one oj IIIH students. We are in of the- catalogue of the. Indiana University for 1807-ilB. It contains 146 pages and IH with information conccniing the hcud-of In- diana's greiu common school There are tiixly-iour mciiibere of the fac- ulty, representing thirty-seven of Hit1 lif-st educational institutions of fturopu and Ainpriea, and I hey oft'cr work in nine- teen departments (omprifiing conrsea. Tne growth of tho university during re- cent years 1ms been rapid and for the first tinw in its history fhn attendance ex- cccffo tho exact enrollment for thu year jnst'p.ndcd being During the university year of an- 1808 HO of tl: 02 counties were rcprcficntcd, and during the calendar years of 1SJ37 nnd 1ROS every county in Indiana had students in atten- dance. While the applications for admis- sion for next yenr are tnonj numerous than ever before, it is probable Unit the present equipment and educational re- quirements for entrance will make it, dtv sirablc to limit tho number to in Following am tho names nnd addresses of the students of this county who wore in attendance at the university during the last yejir: From Fort Wayne Misses lllanche Ulynn, jjiiuni Grace llradley, Oprtrudis Klmini Clark, Purah Helen GrifiHhs, Cliarlotle Grimes, Ann; Jlorgan and Mcesrw. Tlioinus -lohn- Davis, Lin ranCH Kliner Fryer, James I'nrke Swayne an Win. Marcus Hwaync. rom New benjamin irovt-r. PERSONAL NOTES. Mr. lien Loll is visiting in Jlnnt.fi tics at ofllcc, taking.hiH vacation.. iiiapea Vtinglutii and wore tho guests of-'hoiior at a party given iSatiirday by Miss Shoaff. Jlihs Maude Drown, after spending sev- eral weeks the guest of her sister, !MrB. Will licitKO, left fnr a visit in Chicago yesterday. AIiu K. T. McDonald nnd daughter, Mitw ICflthor, will leave for Maekinac to- morrow to spend the months of Julj' and August. Misa Term of Butler street, is entertaining her cousin, Mies Hose Neu- with, of Ai-iance, who has come to spend the. .summer in this citr. Don'? Tobacco Spit aurl Smube Your Lift Anay, To quit tobacco easily nnd forever, bo inag nuLlc, full of Ilfo, nerve and vigor, tulte No-To Bac, Lbu wonder-worker, that makes weak men strong. .All tl moists, 50c or SI. Cure gimrau. teed. Booklet uml auraplu Tree. Address Sterling Remedy Co., Chicago or Kew York. HIS WIFE Forced Him to Try For Got It. a Job and Bo .Mrs. Kdwin Evans is visiting.friends in Toledo. K. II. Olds i> visiting friends at .near Lake. Mre. Fred Seliwarl? ihc guest ,.f IVenlur friends. Mrs. K. Leonard ii visiting in .Kllwood, Ind. Judge L. M. Nindi! is the guecl of friends in Aliiiueapolis. Jnna Seavcy in entertaining Miss of Ann Arbor. Miss Inna Irft Stitnrrlay for ;L vacation at Uocglein. Alice Dryer in the gue.sl of Miss Inna Seavey for a Jliiia _Caroline Colvin will .-pcnd the Hiinmrr in WilliiimHporl. Mr. 11. Driflinuynr fnr a vNil in Orleans oatnrday. Mifs Mainh; Hirsh left to-day for an tumlcd vibit in Cincinnati. Miss llospin Cherry will leavt; to mor- for a in the east. Mis. u'. A. Jonas of Hartford City, is visiting- fricnd.-i in tho city. Mr. ,1. .1. Prhi'licli. nf (.Vliiia. It., frionda in the city. Mr. and Olaf Giildiii left, yester- .liiy for ;i trip lo California. Mr. John llosrf to drive down town yc.-terday. Miss Coltlit- flayer spent yi-.-tcniay the. gursl of friends in Komc City. Mi.-s i.anra Caldwell has left for a short visit in and L'iltslmrg. Sirs. Klla of Chicago, is the guest of her ponss in (lie eity. (lie guest of Dccatnr frionds. -Mrs. C'. K. Head is entertaining her sia- T f'hicago. owe my success in my profession to my Mr. Gwilym Milca, the popular baritone of the Dutch Reformed, church in New York, is often heard to suy. I was an mi-mown quantity in New York when I arrived in.tho city, and would never liavo dared apply for the po- sition I now hold but that my wife ac- tually drove me lo sec the chairman of the on selection. I found him in but awfmlly busy, and especially when he found that he- had never heard of me. 'Well, ivcll, sing me something, anything, it doesn't make any difference he aaid. "This made me mad anil I 'sang him and before I knew it he. had me by the arm and was hurrying me ofT to ihc church. He found the organist busy too; and ho did not want to hear me either, but finally the diainnun duecd him lo try my voice. 1 had sung about mm: measures when ho began pull- ing out stups by the bunch. But every time he pUned some out 1 let nut a. notch, .Tin) wo kept fliis up for about ten iiteas- ures until finally hu had everything a and 1 just ?hontrd for it. This lasti'd for about ten H'cuml.-; only. I am happy to Fay when he began pulling' in the stops again, and just before he rcacb- l.io end. was playing as Itnii an ac- companiment as 1 ever had in my "Tfifii, as .soon as it.was over, he jump- ed off hi? seat, rushed over to the edge of t.lio lofl and shouted down at the 'Engage, that man-for mr." bin-rind liome to tell my dear wife? the good notts as fast as f could, and Hie day. instead of pulling out of thc. ivi- .set up light housekeeping on the -tivnglh of the Hillary --but. it was very ijrhl." Extra Inducements in Every Department. Note Following Prices Made to Clean Out Lines. 25 Ladies' Tailor Hade Suits, have been and now 15 Ladies' Linen Suits, former price and choice 15 Ladies' Sifk Waists, worth each All Ladies'and Children's Parasols half price. AH infants' Lace and Embroidered Caps, half price. V Wool Dress Goods, worth 350 and 350 now 190. All soc Dress Goods, now 390. i Case Ladies' fast black Hose, were'iz i-ssc, now 8c, We have just received 5 pieces of White Pique--very scarce. Latest styles Ladies' Collars and Ties, i case Organdie, transparent, worth 150, sale price jc. Everything goes at sale prices. 54 CALHOilH STREET. WHEN IN DOUBT, TRV STRONG e They clear the brain, sircucthen the circulation, make dtqcstion tn the whole belnR. All drTitTs and losses are IJnless paticnu re properly cured, ihcirr.ooifition oftrn worriel them into Insanity Consumption or Death ailed nealsd. 3'ricc Si per box; C boxes, with Iron-clad legal KM ran tec to curc nr rrrinnllho oacy, f5.OJ. Scud for free boot. Address, PEAL MEDICINE CO., Cleveland. 0. Sold by Gross Pollens. ter.. Mrs. Milton Dunlo. tniri evening. rnfc Mr. af ;i miisuMl Friday afferi very credihibly. -eln Foul... Valerie While. IViiTii. Hiilin and Chadwi.-k. J. S. Ain-lir rcli-l-ruled htn ei-hfh ninii.T-M.V c.f llu- I'lymmitll lii>  o fur JH to hold .-pecial pafriolic services. At .riyiiiiinUi Cougivgatinnal (-hurrh, lie.v. J. S. Ainslic spoke on the reason! why the United States should give thanks at iiii.-: !ime. Dr. W. Pan. at the Wayne Street Meth.nli.-t elinreh, sjxske. on the "N'rw Ajiierica." Dr. Parr very strong in hi- views regarding tin- advisability of terrilorial expansion. At. Wcstminslrr church, Rev. A. Bodell condnctL-d a patriotic .service. He .-lioke nn the justification of the war ami the fruits of victory. At the Baptist Tabernacli- last niglit, llev. !j. L. lluttson conducted a. patriotic service. Addresses were madft by Captain Allan lliuiRall. Mr. Willium Onier and Mr. 1C. An.lemon. At all of the Catholic churehes the Te Dciim ehanlcd after tin- high miLSft, and at all of the Protestant churches the prnrlamalinn of the president was rear and special prayers of thanksgiving ren UBEHfS Jj-all are doing FjilcKdl HYGfCNSQ BATH 0ABINET GO., I 'faaa. Special Export and Centlivre Tonic For Family Use. TELEPHONE, NO. 62. Year.-, of pilfering relieved in a night. ftrliing iiilosi yield at om-o to the ciiralivi properties of Doan's Ointment. N'cver At. any drujf store, fill x APPORTIONMENT OF DELEGATES. The City and Country Share Delegates Alike in the State Convention. At Ihe meeting of the republican enun- ly central commit i OP. held Saturday afternoDii, the apporiiiinmont of delegates was made so that ouch township in fhn county w... have one delegate. This leaves twenty-one, for the city. These delegates will hn distributed afi follows: First ward, li second ward, 2 ihird ward, 'J fourth wurd, ii tiflh ward, ,T delegates: sixth ward, :t delegates; sevenlli ward, 1 delegate; eighth ward, !2 delegates; ninth wiinl, delegates; tenth ward, doll'- gatcs. CG FREE ADVICE 01 ruclycaarcsom liy our Physician nnd n FREE SAMPLE 1 age Froo ISook troatlnp all diocat-cs wllh 50 txcellcnt I 10 of the reasons why you should write us, ,9 lures tho TCiy worst cases of Dvapousla, Conptlpnllon, ITcnclaclie. Live, K Onojr 
                            

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