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Fort Wayne News, The (Newspaper) - October 15, 1901, Fort Wayne, Indiana THE F WAYNE NEWS. Twenty-Eighth Year. TUESDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 15, 1901. Underwear Lots of It. It's going to be awfully cold this least the weather man says it that's, sare proof. You'll be needing some warm new underwear in a minute. Come light here and let us show you ours. We have all kinds, and prices, so you can't possibly miss it. Every- thing from 50c to Come see them; we can't halt describe them. .Ribbed Cotton Suit, fleece- lined, str9ng and warm, for The famous Lucerne medicated against Union Suits from to S2 00. Boys' full fleece-lined suits for SOc. HIT 11, 16 E. Berry Street. Honey! rioney! Money I AT REDUCED RATES. The Tri-SUte Building and Loan ABBO- fUtkm reduced its rates to borrowers This makes the! plan the Aeapest installment plan in the state. Ten Cannot Afford to Borrow ON ANY OTHER PLAN. Call at Office for Pull Particulars. INVESTMENT. Interest paid on any amount deposited with the Association if left 60 days. TRI-STATE BUILDING AND LOANASS'N. G. W. P1XLEY. Pres't. C. A. WILDING. Bec'y. Fall and Winter Underwear We have a complete line of A. STALEY M'F'G CO.'S Underwear and Overshirts In Light, Medium and Heavy Weight. HATTERS, 84 and 252 Calhoun St, Dr.Bulson OFFICE RESIDENCE. SS WAYNE STREET. FT. WAYNE. TICE tiMireDTo DISEASES OFJHC EAR, NOSE GLASSUS ADJUSTED. MOtfEY DO YOU WANT MONET! If so, call on us. We can get MONEY you money on furniture, pi- anos, horses, wagons, carriages, MONEY etc., and leave the property in your possession. Payments ar- MONEY ranged on the monthly install- ment plan, or to suit your con- MONEY venience. All business confi- dential. Ft. Wayne Mortgage MONEY Loan Co., Opposite Court House, Second floor. 44 Cal- MONEY houn Si, over Mergtntheim's Store. BIG REALTY DEAL Late this afternoon Willis. Byron and Alfred Hattersley, Jr., purchased the Mergel business block on the southwest corner of Calhoun and Main streets for The prop- erty fronts 20 feet on Calhonn street and 100 feet on Main street. The Christian cnlture class of the FSrtt Baptist church held a rery teresting meeting last evening. Rev. J. W. Field, pastor of tbe church, 'a teachrr of the class, which numbera REPLY READY. IF CHOATE IS SKNT TO WASHING- TON TO GET ASSURANCE OK OUH ALLIANCE. CANAL COMMISSION. IMPORTANT COXFFHEXCK WILL HEfcD TO-DAY-CHOOSING THE 1JEST ROUTE. VISITTHE PRESIDENT. INTJ.UENTIAL 1XUIAXIAXS AT THE HOUSE-FRYE'S NEW SUBSIDY HILL. W Oct. state- an European iliplomut that Ambassador Cho.it e bring a mes- sage from England asking what our would be tnuard England in cast-
and mode a good tar get as ho itood at the front window The rol.bors broke the window glas brigands, still lungs in the balance. Letters have been received from her at Constan- tinople. She that great t-onr- tesj nas shown at first, but now that the Turkish soldiers, ate on the trail of the kidnapp.-rs, her lot lias been much harder. She begs that the ran- som be sent at once.' No one has yet appeared .it the agreed rendezvous to claim the ransom money already sent, or to tell what is the fate of the kidnapped woman. BALLOON ATTEMPT FAILS. TOULON. France. Oct. to adverse winds, the Count De La Vanx was unable to make Algiers by balloon. lie was brought back by the cruiser Duchayln to this port. TO ASSIST THE BOERS. LONDON, Oct. Central News says that Maude Gonne, some- times called the "Irish Joan of has evaded the British detectives who have been watching her, and is now en route for Cape Colony. The au- thorities of South African ports, ac- copling to the Central News, have been warned to watch for her. Miss Goniie is well known in America. She ma-le a tour of the country early this yea.-. Pln> advocated the obtaining of Irish freedom by force. She warmly with the Boors. ILL SK1ZE ALL FOREIGNERS. LONDON, Oct. the Chris- tian world awaits with breathless in- terest news of the fate of Miss Ellen M. Stone, a captive of brigands, the annoiincement comes that a man has been kidnapped, by the same sort of and ttiat every foreigner in Macedonia is to be similarly seized. This is said to be the plan of the Macedonian committee. Its members hope by wholesale captures to force upon the civilized world the absolute need of reforms. They propose to show that affairs for the security of the public are in a most wretched state and to throw the blame upon 'I urkey, and especially upon the sul- tan, supreme ruler over the province. News of the latest sensation to spring tip near the scene of Miss Stone's cap- tivity came to the Daily Mail last night through its correspondent at Vienna. The dispatch reads as fol- lows: "It is announced from Bu- charest that Herr llosenthal, the rep- resentative of a German firm, has been kidnapped by Bulgarian bri- gands at Silistra. The Romranian trover nnient has SCnt a protest to Sofia and the Bulgarian government has ordered troops to pursue the bri- gands. It is rumored that the Mace- donian committee has decided to cap- ture every foreigner within reach in older to attract European attention to the bad state of public security in Macedonia." Miss Stone's toptors are Turks, according to a dispatch from Vienna to the Daily Express. This correspondent says: "TodarofT. the driver who accompanied Miss Stone when she was kidnapped, has arrived at Sofia. He sa3's her captors are Turks. The Bulgarian police, who are not satisfied with his statements, are keeping him under srrveillance." ------------o------------ TO BREAK WILL PATERSON. N. .7., Oct. S. Rogi-rs left to the Metro- politan Museum of Art of New York nud nothing to his relatives. One of the legal representatives of the rela- tives said to-day: "This will is to be broken on ground plain and clear. We plain' and we can prove that years bef ire his death Jacob S. Rogers vol- untarily made an agreement with his three brothers. Theodore, Jason and Columbus, pledging in writing to one another that each would dispose of liis property at death to the older brotl-ers or their families. The three othci brothers adhered to the agree- mc it and nwdp their wills in accord- ance. There was only one copy of that agreement and we know where it Is KILLED BY NOISELESS SHOTS. RICHMOND, V.i.. Oct. 13.-The em- ployes of the Richmond Locomotive works, in number, are much ex- cited over two mysterious events which occurred there. One of these was the death of John O'Brien, nterdent of the riveting department, and the other, not five minutes earlier, the serious wounding of Cal- vin Stanley Parker, who was working no far from O'Brien, both men being wounded while tit work. The wen were struck by bullets of small cal- iber driven with great force. O'Brien's heart being drilled thntagh, while a pootlblr fatal wofml was U Fttfeft lit The People's Paper. are thought to have come from powerful air ride. Although were hundieds men near :it Uie time no one heard any report (tuft then- is. not the faintest idea wbcnr the Lullcts came from. Parker, wte> Is jtiit able to talk, gave the author- ltie.5 the following account of wounding: "I w.is .said "in placing brackets on a boaiii. Suddenly I felt s strike- me. l-'or .1 moment or T- and blindedL Whpii 1 recovered I looked and to tee if there was miynner about. There was no ne.ir. 11. was impossible for the wound to fiaie been inflicted except from a sliofi fired from the outside." TJu- nearest point from whii-IMBe shots could have bern fired is at lens: 2.10 jarils from the place wl-cre- the men were at work. SMOKED RSH. Siiiolii-d J'iniiaii Haddies. lie Smoked White Vish. 10e Ib. S.roki-d St'irgeon, iSc Uj. Lli-ge Select Oys-teis 2Sc can. Standard, best stewing. 22c cin. jS'icc Bleached Celery, biiticli. Cape Cod Cranberries. Oc out. Pi-nns.vlvania Chestnuts. qnt. Jersey Sw-ect Potatoes. 20c pk. FKU1T IIOrSE. PRAISE FOR SCHLEY. HIS OFPiCERS I'XTOLL HIS PER- SONAL P-RAYERY. ADMIRAL IS MAKING THE OF HIS INNING IN THE IN- QUIRY COURT. 'WASHINGTON, Oct. end the Schley inquiry is now in sight, General Raynor snicl this morning that the testimony he would preseak would be short and concise. Lieutenant Commander Sears, who vvjs 011 the llrookl.vn at the Santiago- battle, the first witness called, "During the battle I turned to Com- modore Schley and said I thought the Yiscaya would try to ram us. He as- sented, I think. He then gave the order, "Hard but Captaim-- Cook had already given that Lieutenant Sears w as asked: "How many times have you seen Commo-- dore Schley under "live times." was the reply. "What was his "He was a model for anybody. Hfe'- conduct was emulation al all times. His faculties were, if any- thing, clearer when he was in per- sonal danger. He was always put- ting himself in exposed positions and I was continually begging him to careful." NO OFFENSE IN INDIANA. SULLIVAN, Ind.. Oct. case of the state vs. Patton and Dixon-, aft indictments returned by the graniV jury for fighting, were called'-, for trial in the Sullivan circait court; to-day. On motion of the attorneys both indictments wcaofe. quashed, Judge Harris holding there was no offense, of prize fighting, in the stale of Indiana, it not being- a common law offense and not defined by the statutes of the state. ATTORNEY GENERAL TALKS. INDIANAPOLIS, Oct. General Taylor said last night Ite- could express no opinion of the decis- ion without first it and know- ing more of the case and more of thfc judge rendering the decision. however, made tl-e following state- ment: "There is in Indiana nmpte law to prrvfiit prize fighting. There will be no prize fighting in while I have anything to do with it. They thought there was no way to stop the gambling at Roby, but we found a wpy to do it." BARGAINS IN JARDINIERS, CUSPI- DORS AND CHINAWARE. Jardiniers, 7 to 10 incites, usual price to our price Sf, 7Sc and 9Sc each. Glared Jardiniors, 2c. 15c and 23e each. Eitra Fine Ctispidrrs, 55c, 35c and 7oc each. Glazed 15c and 22t Pointed Cuspidors, only lOc each. Cups and special, 30e set Voi'etable 5c and lOc cncfc- Jfeat Platters, 12c, SOc and 38c eadu Berl values in the city in 5 end Mfc Dishes. Dinner Sets and Toilet Sets ,nt greatly reduced prices WHITE FRUIT HOUSE- CHICAGO GRAIN MARKET. CHICAGO. Oct. He- comber wheat, com, January pork, Dr. G. C. Keel, the dentist, hns. tcr two of labor and feclcd lw> instruments thai v.-ill ha- of untold value to the dental pro- fession. The one is known is a tameter and is nseti to get the diameter of n tooth that crowned. The second is a holde--. and Is brought into when the nervp of tooth is to removed. THE WEATHER. SPAPLRl WSPA PER
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