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   Fort Wayne News, The (Newspaper) - February 18, 1901, Fort Wayne, Indiana                               THE Foirr WAYNE NEWS. Twenty-Seventh Year. MONDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 18, 1901. We have made a big deal with a shirt house. Closing out the entire line of a Fancy Colored Stiff Bosom Shirt, with de- tached cuffs, made to re- tail at Si.oo. This line we now offer MKS. OAKlilF, .NATION ItAII.F.O UU 01? JAIL BY NICK CHILI'S, A USES AX ON SUNDAY IIBAIIS AltMV 01- FIVE HUXDHKI MF.N AND WOMEN IN 11A1D OX TQl'BKA SALOON'S. ARRESTED BY POLICE FINE IIAKS IN STORAGE HOUSE AHP ALSO CIIU SADEMS HESr TO-11AV. Sizes to 17. Ask to See Them. iEI'SSTEETH At your ittrtlMt convenience. Don't pat Tisit until they cry with neglect will tell you exactly what attention ii MMBuary cad name you the most priw for tlie rery best DENHSTEY in Fort Wayne. Kun., Feb. Oairii Nation und her bund of "home defenders' rested on their laurels this niorjiing aiit; did noi attempt to raid any more Chiles, the negro joinlist, bailef -Mis. Nation out of jail, and told her that if he had not siynetl her bail bond she would be in jail yet, as the business men tired of her ciusade. Mrs. Nation nnd her band of crusaders wore watched ty a squad of mounted -police all morn whiclt accounts for the fact that they lid nothing Lo-dny, bill Mrs. NHJIOII will be more, raids and on arycr heale. THK SUNDAY HAVOC, lathering :ui army of 500 men. and w> i early Sunday iiiu-rning, Mrs, Nation ded an expedition uguiiist tbc Topeka joints und made the day replete with Gnu of most no- torious ftilnons in Topeka was converted info a wreck as a I inning. MiV Xa- Lion followed (his up hy bveakiiur willi her follower.-; into n storage warehouse linn: a number of fino bars had been aced for wifely ami demolishing :ill the Throe times-her work was in- iTtipted by her arrest, but each lime ;i.' speedily secured bail sind confintioil lie war on the joints. evening, untircil by tin; u-livilins of Ihe juoniinij and afternoon, N'afion addres.-cd n maps mcol.- in a clim-cli. Sim was airested atter- viinl for the t'niirth time, hut :i'r'iiii "ave lually overslept by one Itour. "lint we are bore she said. woik at once, too. Get in Hi then-, men tuul women. We must-, b almiil the Lord's work now. Clct yoi hatchets ready and follow me." And they did. Two by two, will. excitement, weapons in they move iut on their mission of dtyjlruclion, the front proudly Kaiin with her hatchet raised. Next came s college boys, heaving an ii mc-iiHC haltering ram. When tlie crow turned tlie corner at Sixth street an cached the door of Murphy's joint found four policemen at the door. B "u: peace guardians were' ignored. "Sinash, smash, called out Xaiioii. "Don't pay nny attention lliem." Tlm boys with the battering ram earn brwanl nnd the- big plate glass windov weic shattered inlo of frag nents. Dozens of men tlien rushed o he building; with their axes and soon hai he doors and frame cut entirol way. Then, with an exultant cheer, tin rowd burst inlo the building. ''Praise God, women. Smash the hot les and the' called out. Mrs 'Cation again, and raising her famous hat lict she sent it through a window glass 'wo policemen managed to recover fron heir scare by this timu lo grab Mrs. Ntt ion. They ntnrtod off with her fo thf. station ns vapidly us possible. Slit, vavcd her arms and franticajly caJk't uL to her co-workers: keep it up. You can do it without c. Praise God. Keep it up: keep Hashing. You don't need me." The crowd surged forward into the uilding and aoon nil the front, part of IP room had given way and nil could tfer at will. Kverything eoncoivabl "as destroyed. fContiriuwl on ESglith 'Page.] WARM WORDS USED. TV AXI) MINLSTKUS AT ['I'TTBIIlfllUliC. KIDNAl'I'IN'Cl .AT MAIUO-Y .MKMKLV A CAPE OK UIVK AND Set of Teeth, Gold Crowns, -22 k., Bridge Work, per tooth Gold Fillings, up. Silver Fillings, 500 up. eR Teeth an ordered. invite ol our work. Es- timates by telephone. tmsi 8 to 8: Suodays, 0 to 4. ARCADE DENTIL PARLORS TELEPHONE 627. ROOM 7 ARCADE. RURKET BAKER. The morning crusade was led hy ihv. N'ation from tlio state house Vearly all fho men and women were arn il hatchets and axes and flu: muvud with some semblance rjf order nut] with an deference to Hie plans ilioii- leader. In'flie crowd were n large: Kiimhcr of students uf 'college, several clergymen and many professional and business men. STKALTHY WOltK OF KXI'KDITION. The lompany marched silently out of Ihu state. house grounds, dnwn" avenue- lo :i pluce on Rust Sixth street, kept by Kil Murphy. When llic .toinl wni the work of demolition was com- menced without pmtiminariLM. Mis. Xn- iiin, brandishing a new hatchet. headed hi; onslaught, ulleiinij words of dopreca- Lion agninsl. tlio joml-kitepeio, a.- she deftly front tier weapon through the first plate glns-s window at hand. Others fol- owed her load quickly. Amid.the shouts of (lie crusaders and lie Hurried protests of a squad of police- I'ETISHSMjKfi, Iml.. l-Vli. IS.--I'.dluw- I lie order for the clusmij of the I'hutvhc? ody in the Glen JJon mine Satunlay light in a pumiliiu- accident. He waa rid. ng down one uf the gangways on a Irip f cava and as the ears passed through r his head Vas caught in the door earns. At Ihe snnut inslanl he wound is legs around the. car -brake and they in fLe chains. 'Hie enr-J on iinrf .liis hea-I was torn from his A liflln furfhor down the gang- way the sight of the hcadlo.ss body frighl- -od a door boy into NOW A BIG LUMBER TRUST. Aims to Control Yellow Pine Output of Southern States. XOUFOLK, Vii., IS.-A big Irnsl which will conliol the pnillileliolt ol nil (lie lumber mills and planU throughout the viift yellmr pine districts of Virginia. Xorth Carolina and is now be- ing formed, with a capital .of SuO.OOfl.OtlO. tlovenior ..Sinilli, of Maryland, rind for- mer Governor Jackson, of the same state, both large lumber capitalists, are heading llic Wg vomblnaiioh. TRUCE IN ASPHALT ROW. Trouble in Venezuela Will Likely be Ssttled la Court. WILLKMSTAD, Islaiul of Ciinicon. Feb. IS, via Ilaytien asphalt trovrrsy lias bnen tnniporaiily adjusted by fhe diplomacy of thu United Stales minister lo 1'rancid M. Lyomis, and the matter will doubtless go to the oonils, as it is reported that the United Stales government a formal adju. dicntiou as to the rival interests involved. IL U understood I Iml. Mr. has- conveyed a request lo this cfftiit io the Venezuelan government. Should the decision lie against the York and linrmudez company, then the question of intervention will ho opened afresh. Trouble is fcaml Pilch Lake, I should an attempt lo cji-v'l. the York iV- eompany be made before a decision has been readied by (hc'courif-. DENIED BY ROOSEVELT. in announcement is ex- destination of thn pro- illness, OenralTIasclee will inform Count VDII thai, hi; is unable to accept Ihe rumiimiiil. In that; event it will be of- fered to General Voyron, provided the Fiuiii-h fall in with Ihe arrangemenl, which Count Von believes will he Hie case. Such an offer lo LJencial j would 1mVP the. ell'ect, il is '.Jiniiglil, of ovrrodining the (UfFereiicc-s r.-hieh have existed between the French and the (VrmaiiH, because if would be a demonstration of Count. Von Wuhtarficu's ronfidciH-i- in the military ability of the French contingent Jlufore long pcctud that lliii ........_ r._ posed is Pingan Fu. The. for envoys believe Us object In he to com- pel (he Chinese to accept fhe terms of fhe powers. It is thought that when il be- known that the expedition hits elarU'd the imperial roitrt. will hasten tu comply immediately with all the demand; of tlie joint note. The military arc much elated at the prospect of active aervice. Many believe the Chinese uimy will strive to fhe utter- most to protect, the province of Shrnst invasion, SOUTHERN' VICEROYS .Judging from their conduct Vice- roy Chih and hi.-: co-ilfclurb- urs in (he soil Hi may adviKi- the dowager pinpiTf-s to balk, in which ease a naval to llankiHV, wilh the militiiry expedition in the norlli will probably revoal lo tin: the error il.dr ways. If it had not br'oti lor Iho liK-ni-f. (.'liiinjj Chih nnd hi- en- vny.- wlio are working willi fbe whole matter would have already lii.-e DANISH ISLES NOT TO BE SOLD. East Asian Steamship Company Will Administer of Antilles. LUXDON, Feb. 18. Danish gov- the Copcnhngon correspon- dent of the Daily Mail, "has suddenly broken off all dealings with the United Staled the sale of the Danish West Indies. This'is due to a satisfac- tory offer made hy the Danish East Asian Steamship compnny fo assist and ill the future to administer the affaire of the islands. The American government.-has been notified nn to this decision." mlfahilaii mil villa Of the COIlhlie. if Ihe tlatc llic right (o se- Icct their local officers, "This bill an atlat-I: upon the con ftiluiimial riyhU of local olfuxrs Ihi H an attack upon the consUtufiun.il rights of local self-government. It is all', the more dangerous because the attack w nitttlft in an underhand and. indirect ay." 'J'lio mayor's inrangn readied Albany tlns morning; It, is believed that the bill will bfi passed over his veto by botlr liouses of the legislature, and that Ui.- governor will (lien nign it. USED A BASE BALI BAT. Liverpool, Ohio, Men Wreck Silooo on Sunday. 3SASI- O., Feb. 18-On Sunday night .lack Kckers, a local sa- oomst, used a base ball hat to assist Win n pulling C. I'. Polls out of his place lalf an hour later fifteen of Potts' friends' >roke in the back door of hackers' saloon nd, following the example of Mrs. Carrie completely demolished the place .arrests have yet been made. BABY ELEPHANT IS BEAD. Hiihly Prized Aninul Expirei Ring- ling Winter Quarter! in Wisconsin. H.-UiABOO, Wis, Feb. 13.-Rinffling rothers' baby elephant, Ned, which was urn last November, died at tile winter uartcrs Saturday night Since its birth ic baby elephant has been fed on malted "Ik at an expense of ?10 a week. The inglings estimate their loss at he animal will be mounted mid exbibit- 1 next season. I IIP In his Sensational Stories About His Adven- tures are All Fakes. COLORADO Colo., Feb. 13. Governor Roosevelt was in Colorado to-day, Ihe yitpsl; of V. li. Stewart, who was one of the members of the hunting- party in Uio county uriitir- the firH three weeks of the jiunt- tp. Governor is in the most, xcellonl health and and wilf re- lnm Ic the east in condition for the arduous unties upon which he is tn enter so soon. His time until the inaugu- ration will be taken up wilh attending to vaM. comrspoiHioncrt, the. accnmula- .ion of six A public reception was ..cd him Iliis aftcniocn :il ii o'eloi-k.' :io expressed lite desire Ihal nothing In bo nature of a held, and Out 'pfion was n public- informal dshiikinjr cceasion, granted lo the of Colorado by Iho vice-presi- Icr.l-eloer. bncaupe. of the e.xlromelv Viondly tluvt, lias sprung up be- Ihf.-m.'- Governor is much nnnoyed over Ihe. hair-raisin? stones IhaC "lave been his hunt- ng experiences. To a rrpre.3ftntntivo of Jio prcsn ho gavn the. following state- nonl to-day "No eoiTcspondent of any newflpajx-r, 10 man wrote to, or gavo any infor- mation to any .within lamlcrn fiiiinl it IraitsjHulation over !he niounlain rond? nifrmM'4 to nioiinlaiiis be- twd'ii I'auliny and Tayuan Fu. Thiec (.'hinanieii who traveled from Ta- yuan Fu lo IVkin lait. week said that evei-y niounlain pass was barricaded, and traveling by hor.-ic or mule was impossi- ble. Only fool passengers could get through the passes. They also declared that, Chinese soldiers were in the moun- tains as thii'k as leaves on the trees. Thc.'i! conditions may make the expe- dition 'lilliutilt, but nobody here believes that, if il. starts that it will fail. II. is Ihe opinion of men knowing the situation well th.it opjiosiliijn by (he Chinese will mark not only Ihu end of the dynasty, but of the Chinese empire as well. 1IA1IAVAV DEAL ST. 1'ftTKRSnUUG, Fch. is re- ported from Nagasaki that an agreement lias bnen concluded brlwcen China and tlie I.'usso-Chinepr bank for the conslmotion of a railway from l.nke Haikal, Siberia, lo Tort. Arlluir. The bank, in return for 1'on-itrncling the lino, gets the right fo work for Unity years. The same, inform- ant asserts also, thai a line is projected from kiakhla lo Pekiu. THAXSKKIi A CONCKSSrOX. I.OXDON, Feb. dispalch to tlie .Morning Post from Brussels any3 thai a Fmnoo-Hclgian .syndicaU: has paid fo HIP American eonrossionnrios of the Tlankow- Canlon vnilwny the sum of for tlm transference of the concession. SBVKN STUDBX'CS TO HANG. CRACOW Feb. recent (listurbnnccft among the; students at KcifT will.-ivBult .in the .hanging of seven of them. Tlio czar ha a ordered it, URGES RAGIAL CIVIL WAR. Michigan Colored Lecturer Incites Hf.r Hearers to Take Up Arms. ST. JOSEPH, Mich., Feb. war between the whiles and blacks of the United States is the solution of the- negro question which Miss Carrie T. a colored lecturer of tin's city, urges llic mun of her race to adopt. "We Iwlitve too mnoli in faith without ?hc dcclar- cd yt a meeting in this city. "Let tlie col- ored regiments which fought at Cuba fishi: lo free themselves." The speech called a great stir and it is rumored that funds arc being raised to forward to the colored people in the southern .Miss Ttushy, who is the daughter of a for- mer shvp, and one of the best women or- ators in HIP slate, is preparing lo Lour the northern stales, the uprising of the blacks. VAN WYGK OK POLICE BILL. Returns Measure with His Disapproval and Gives Reasons Therefor. YORK, Feb. Van Wycfc on Saturday evening returned lo Albany the police bill, with his disap- proval attached. Tlie memorandum which tbe mayor sent lo Albany wilh his veto is addressed "To the Senate of the State, of iS'cw nnd in part says: 'This bill abolishes the present hoard of police com mission P. rs in charge of the police department, of the city of New York, and transfers nil their powers In a f ingle commissioner, fo be: named by the mayor, siibjcet at all times to n power of removal vested not only in the.' mayor, but, also in the governor. The. of removal given fo the governor is not limiUid in any way. It is not a power of removal for and il doo-j not require that the eommUsioner shall have any opportunity uf being heard be- fore his removal. SHOT THREE TIMES. IUITAL- irUKDEll AT Pm'SBUJiG' THIS MORNING. IC1UET, HITCUCOLE HELD UP BY TflKEl! NI50RO TWO NECllOre OAUCIHT. rilTSBUJilf, Feb. brutal iiiur- r was committed early (his morning al or Station. Michael Ilileheole "ind ipaninn were held up hy three negro jliwaynicn. Jlis companion ran away. :i Ilitclicole uatlled alone willi Hie ;hwaymeii until luj was shot fhree les. He was employed at llic pressed, el car works al McKee's Hocks. Two ployes heai-il the shots and gave chase d captured two of llic negroes, the nl niali, whirflrcd .Hie shot's, is still: large. ]Ie will doubtless be caught tu- Hilchcolu died on the operating ta- il I AlcKcc's liocks general hospital.' SLAVE GIRLS IN CHINATOWN. n Francisco Ministers Need a Carrie Nation nn Leader. SAN FRANCISCO, Feb. score of pulpils ycatcrday fhe minsters poured forth a prolcal against Vice and tin: ifiilc of slave girls in Chimilown. Several "irl.s told of their life in Cliinn- fmrti dens. The prenchers called fur a vigilance commillr-e ami some of them lilted Ihe trealmcnl now being ac- corded by Mrs. Carrie Na- tion. QUEEN RrCENT TO BLAME. Spain Wants King Under Different Influence. PAPjy, Feb. IS.-The Spanish consul Scnontl of a. large Fiimpcnn rily said to- uay: "The only ;-'jhitiun of (he crisis in Spain is to drive out Ihe friars and foiw the queen regent into exile. I do not think a republic will be formed, but fhe. king must be under difTercni influences." Plain and Dictated Drawing Room Also Birthday Candlei. Just, received a largo assortment of tin- above poods. Plain Candles, assorted colors, 4c each; ic Fancy Candles, assorted colors, Sc each; !10i! per doxnu. Hirtlulay Candles, I'll, por Holders, Se doznn. Tapers, oc box. Ciiiidlo Shade Holders, f.fx- eacli. WI1IT1-5 FKUIT TIOUSK. Chicago Market Prices. CHICAGO, Feb. lS.4-Tlic following were Hie quotations at the close of to- day's market: May wheat. corn, oals, pork, M.02. faille, lOc lower; hogs, 5e to lOc lower: sheep, lOc lower. Oil, Cl'JT, 1'a., Feb. nnchaug "The position of tbc rominissjioner In lift appointed under Ibis bill is, therefore, although a local office, bis tenure of ofllco is nl. the pleasure of the governor of the state. Tt is further provided in ibu )ill Unit no person governor removes shall ever sulisoquonlly be appointed to he office. The whole purpose and effect of tlite nnd of the arhl- .vniy power of removal vcsleri in the gov- ernor is to completely nullify the power of nominally given to the "Ivor. "This ifi'a of tlic provisions of ,lib constitution which Fish, for ths Lenten Season. Liolland Iierring. onch; Sac keg. ScoU'h Hurrlnw, each; klf, llnssiaii SSi; Labrador Tlorriinr, 2r eiioh. 1 rcparifi Cod Fi.-h, Se'lh. (iwirjtin Cud. 7c Ih. New Itosfnn Jfakn. fii; Hi. li.xtra liloater Muss Mackerel.' ISc Ib. New I'amilv Mackerel. lOc Ih. Xo. While Fish, lOc Ib. Family U hjl< 11 Ii i 1 iU ricken.1 tn I i( Ireland Halibut, 17c Ib, Yannonth Uloaters, 2e each. Pmoked Finnan ITaddies. lie Ih Smofcpd White Fish, Hc lb'. WI-tTTB "FRUIT. JIOU3K '.Thi Wutktt, Genvially fair nnd colder, and Ihundi)   

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