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   Fort Wayne News, The (Newspaper) - July 11, 1898, Fort Wayne, Indiana                               PARAGON SHIRTS. FortWuyne Miking 300 Dozen Blue Flannel Shirts for the Navy Dally. [Geq. DeWald Co. Corner Calhoun and Columbia, Fort Wayne, Ind. A BIG ORDER IS GIVEN Chai. UtcDougal Receives an Order Which Makes Hia Factory Known. MAY MAKE DOZEN fWe Are Offering One Case OF THE BEST Ih, S.mplo HighlyCompllm.nlia by th> War Goulp 12 U2 Cent Satines AT HALF PRICE, 61-4 Cents a Yard. The Best Bargain of the Year. Ladies' Fast Black Stockings 9 Cents a Pair or 3 Pairs for c1 25 Cents. GEO. DEWALD Co. COR. CALHOUN AND COLUMBIA STS. Tliis morning Ihe News called at th office of the Paragon Shirt Waist foe tory to learn if Sir. Charles JIacDougal tho manager and president of the compa- ny, had received a government war or dcr. Mr. jUncDongal said he had juV received orders to turn out HOO dozen blu flannel shirts it day until "fin-thai- orders for the "United States navy. "We tlic orders about ten day ;igo, aud the contract has bocn nigncd, a the first shipment was approved and th workmanship complimented. The firs shipment of 300 has been nnd our factory has been ordered fo Inn: out 300 dozen-a day until ordered to fito jy the United Slates government." The factory has reasons fo believe iha tho work -Will'be continued Ihroughou July at least. It is possible that alrnos every sauor in the United Stales will this year wear manufacture in Fort Wayne. Although tlic Paragon company ha piiid no attention to Uio manufacture men's shirts, the facilities for making tl garments were greater in Fort Wayn than any other city ill America, and wns no trouble for Ihe 1'aragon compan li> secure this extraordinary contract The factory is running on long tin each day and is crowded to its futtcsfc (....._y, but it will lie no trouble to fil .ho order for 300 dozen each day as lo is the government desires to have tu number of shirts manufactured. The shirts are all well made and made lo stand thu wear of the naval 1 roes. They are of blue flannel of a d ible quality. These shirts are made nil siy.es so that it will be no trouble fil any man accepted for service in t navy. Mr. MaeDougal wild that lie was at pirflDGt prepared lo ship dozen south within ten days, and he believed that tho order would he larger, as the government has expressed itself as highly pleased wilh the Fort Wayne product. This is quite a compliment to the I'nr- agon Manufacturing company. LOCAL MILITARY NOTES. Dr. English left thin morning for Chick- naugn to assume his duties as brigadier Burgeon. 1, "tho Philadelphia Heading, lo keep" to with it Last year the latter had _. fastest trains. President Thomson and tho of Pennsylvania presented tho railroad nncli of the Young Men's Christian ns- ciation at 1'hiladalpltin, with a lurgu merican flag. The pole ia surmounted Hi a large gilded weather vane. W, J. ilta, general agent of the Pennsylvania, is the orator of the occasion. In July, 1897, President Ingalls said he peeled mat the Big Four in its fiscal car ending June 30, 1808, would earn unless ome unforeseen trou- es overtook the country which might B damaging to railroad interests. His opes have bocn more than realized, as ie treasurer of the company says the timings for the year ending June 30 ap- roximatc againat f the year ending June 30, 1807, an in- roaso tliis year of over one million dol- rs. Within the past month the first iron ridge erected in the state of Ohio has pen removed. This bridge was over Salt Creek, 011 the central Ohio division of lie Dttltimore Ohio railroad, m Mus- ingum county, and was built In 1851. t was a single span, seventy-one feet in cngth, aud was known as a "Bellman ,eck truss bridge with plate girders." Bollmftn wafi'al that lime chief engineer of construction of the Baltimore. Ohio ailroad. IS ONLY TECHNICAL. MISSED HIS WATCH. JOHN J.EW WENT TO SLEEP. When He Was Awakened His Ticker Was Gone-Police Rnid--Going After Fast Drivers. Kiirly yesterday morning John Lew in- formed Officer Wliitc that ho foil asleep in Kccvcr's East Columbia street saloon Saturday evening, and when he was awakened lie looked for hia watch to see what time it was. The watch, which was in his pocket when he entered the saloon earlier in the evening, was missing. He went to the police iuimediately to give iiformafion concerning hia loss. The of- k-ers arc now investigating. boards it tho Weber hotel on South Calhoun street. DISTUKBANCE ON BROADWAY. Last evening there was quite n. disturb- ance- on Broadway nnd the police were ciillcd by Justice Huser. One young man persistently insulted ladies who were passing on the sticct, nnd one of his com- panions tore down an awning. When the oiucers arrived two of tnc men ran away and escaped. The third one, who gave Henry Johnson, was arrest- TAX LAW IS VIOLATED. A Tort Wtyne Brewery Brought to Time for a Violation of the New Tiz Liw. PREMOS RODUCE ERPECT ICTURES. to M. L. JONES, 44 OALHOUH STREET, FORT WAYNE, tND. "CAMERAS AND SBWHES OF ALT. KINDS. ;he Fort Wayne Trust Co., CAPITAL Cor. Main and Court Sts. PAYS INTEREST ON" TIME DE- 031 IS OF ?1.00 AND UPWARDS. MADE AT A EEASONABtE RATE OF INTEREST. J. W. BELL, ii and 13 E. Columbia St. WE HAVE A HEAUTliaiL NEW BUNTING 1'LAG 10X18 H3ET WHICI1 WE WILL SELL CHEAP IF SOLD AT OKCE. Lehman Book News Co. flotiey to Loan on personal or mortgage security. G. W. H'KEE, 34 E. Berry street Dr. Carina B. C. Banning HOMOEBPATH1ST, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. 132 Eiiiit Flcrry Ttrcct. Telephone) 101 spital Surplus "HEOLDNATIONALBANK. S. W. Comer Calhoun and Berry Sta. Stephen B. Bond, President. Jared D. Bond, Cashier. Oliver P. Morgan, Vice President. James C. Wood worth, Assistant Cashier. All Men's, Hoys' and Children's Suits discounted 20 per cent, at Reuben S. Pat- terson's, with exception of Bhio nnd [Hack Worsteds. Tin- Um'innali Enquirer of to-day Internal Kcvcnuc Collector Kcwliu, of Uwrenccburg, Ind., is authority for the Lafnment. thai one of the five breweries i Fort Wayne, Ind., was reported Friday ..11- violation of the alamp law. The case is nnt. very serious and if liable to punish- muni the extremis penalty would be a. fine. The collector preferred not to mention the name of the brewery at pres- ent, for olhYml :is he believed no furthi-r sfpps would be lufcon the mat- ter, but he wished lo hear from Washing- ton on the subject first" This deputy revenue collector in Fort Wayne was seen this uflcruoon nnd he that the violation of the law here only technical The deputies were Wi.'iulcd to take all the beer on hand i the day the law went into effect One the Fort Wayne breweries hurried out large quantity of beer the day before as lo avoid tho Inx. The notion was in arocrdance wilh the law. The Relate Washington, however, have nrft ruled that if the beer was not do vi-red lo the customer on the day the w went into effect, Hie tax must be Inspector Baldon, of tho revenue epai-tnient, found on investigation that oriie of the Fort Wayne beer was ship- nd so far that it could not be delivered time to evade this ruling at Washing- n. ami in consequent tho brewery will Tlift fine will not be his nnme as ed. lie tried to prove at police court this morning that ho was not drunk, and nlw> that he did not know the men who were with him. Because he stated that he tud not know his companions, the- court lined him and costs, as he alleg- ed that to hib certain knowledge tho evi- dence -was in the nature of perjury. POR FAST DRIVING. This morning a complaint was made at police headquarters that much fast driv- ing is indulged in by horsemen who drive or. Bust Wayne- street cast of IJarmer struct. These men do their reckless driv- ing after dark .and make it dangerous for pedestrians to cross the thoroughfare- Tho police were ordered to be on duty .........the 50c -TO- Rome AND Return At a. m. Every Sunday. J. M. BYLER, M. D.f HOMEOPATHIC Physician and Surgeon, Rwmi, 9 aai io Scbmiti Block: Office io a. ni., 2 4 p. m., 7 to 8 p. in. 520 South CnJboua St. THE BORTON CURE, OR WHISKEY, MORPHINE, COCAINE AND CIGARETTES. PLYMOUTH INDIANA. The Plymouth Institute Is the only one iidttriho person-ill siiiiervifiOH or ure. i. Burton and N. B. Asph.ftil. For full tiiformn- lon address Dr Borland Plymouth Institute 'iymouth, Indiana. SAW DUST! If in Need of Saw Dust, Call 'Phone 1274. FRANK GLASER. Lowest Rates via Nickel Plate Road From Fort Wayne. To Chicago, Cleveland, Erie, Buffalo, York and Boston, daily cadi direc- tion. Peerless trio of fnat express trains with vcatilmlcd bnHet sleepers, unexcelled dining car service. All express trains of Nickel Plate Itoad arrive at and depart from Van Duron Street Union Passenger Station, Chicago. R. ,1. Hamilton, Agent, Fort Wayne, Ind. 'Phone No. 73 MONEY TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE OR PERSONAL SE- CURITY. C. F. PFEUJTEH, ROOMS 0 AND 7, BASS BLOCK, AT LOW KATE OF INTEREST. Subscribe for the NEWS. THE RAILROAD GOSSIP. President Cannlft, of tho Hlckel Platr, is Honored by Hifl Associates. The Cleveland says: An inci- dent ocrm-rcd in Cleveland which the culmination of a movement that has bcci quietly going on among the ehiployes o the hake Whore railway' ever since the resignation of General Manager W. II. Ciiimiii'. who left to accept the presidency n' ilie Nickel 1'late railroad. As is known in railroad circles, Air. CnnnitV, during his thirty or more in connection wilh the Lake Shore attained a popularity of a. na- me of which few officials are able lo boaf-t. It was decided to make Mr. Can- lilt an appropriate present which would 10 :i lasting token of the employes' es- teem. The movement was entirely n spontaneous one. A committee was se. celcd to take the nniltcr in hand, made nj> of representatives of each departmen of llic road. The contributions were limited to a ccr lain amount from each employe, what ever his rank, and the subscription, fo 
                            

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