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   Fort Wayne News, The (Newspaper) - July 7, 1914, Fort Wayne, Indiana                               Tuesday f. July 7. THE' WAYNE -DAILY KKWS AMUSEMENTS Ptrt Wayne Stock. Favoritt tht Theater Stock Company. Openlnjs her second week's ment with the IVmple theater stock company. Miss Louise Dunbar uppeam la the very delightful leading role in the charming comedy drama" entlUcd "Clouds and Sunshine." one ol the big- gest hits in stock production. Miss Dunbar depicts the character 111 this play, of a city girl us a country school teacher. Now for just a line on the action of the play. Aa the afore- said city girl and later the country school tcafher. Miss Dunbar slops at permanent place of residence attending the tomorrow afternoon. "The Stain" at the Jefffion Today. Stain." an absorbing six-reel Eclectic draimi. will be the attraction today. The Him tells a story of pow- erful appeal, situations that arise con- tain thrilling passages, the action is swift and intense, while actors of bril- liant ability handle, the diilUiull roles. It is a picture worthy of the Jeffi----- standard. The wda at the home ol-the minister In the small hum- Then cornea the three-cornered situation, the teacher, the minister and the villasc gossips. To say the most they are some gosslyers. The p of the country school board ha Slug tongue and suspicious mind und bis Idea concerning the pretty little teacher ilnally becomes so deilnlte that he is able to communicate It to other members of the board and the vllluL'Pni such an extent that tin. teacher and those who art; her frit-tid pet Into a Duck of trouble, but luckily Und In the lead In the last act. This play won presented last nlfiht Et the Temple theater iitd It is pro- nounced a big Jiucccsa. There wilt be three more performances M this play. tonight, tomorrow matinee and nlKht. Wednesday will again be iilmto mati- nee. A picture of some niemort company will bu given to every lady vhlch greeted Jack Rlchnrds ut the TeftVrsoii last evening were high lr heir praise of his singing. The lw nd Cotti for Spieding with Injured thg Cai. Up. 'ay. a Fine of and Colts i Old Croniei An In Again. City WHITE SERGE TROUSERS You may need a pair for your vacation trip. have anything you can ask for. Prices to ?7.00. White Duck to Linen to Khaki to 1'ALM BEACH SUITS MOHAIR SUITS LINEN SUITS PATTERSON FLETCHER CO. Service During the Dny .Time is Cur- tailed Becautt of Luck of'.Suffi- eient Patronage. Cam are being operated to-Roblsou i'ark only every hour' now, up until i-venlng on week days. ''File cars Ivtive the Iransfcr corner on the hull lour. The reason for this further 'iiur- lalhncni lit the ftoblson' narlc service ,y the l''ori: Wayne Northern In- diana Traction company Is lack of eutllclont patronage during the day- time, according to the officials ol llio company. .service was cut from a fifteen minute service lo' a hall hour service the traction' officials stated that it it was found that the O on the half hour curs was not lough to pay; then thr> service, would cut to an hourly schedule. This is now been done. Of course, whenever the crowds lic- ctime Inrm.- enougli to make it elble for them nil lo get on Lhu one t'nr, then extra'cnrs are; put1 on. In the evenings a. much speedier service is run to the ndrk and on holidays It ia difficult, to provide a sulllclent num- ber of cars 10 care for the big throngs. So far this year the attendance at the jiiirk In the evenings has-been larger than It wns htst year. Tiio Hficrifice of brute life t> conservation of human lift- la one of laws that was invoked by Offi- cer" Dun Klntz as grounds for Ills shooting, of a dog belonging to Wnrd Wilt, of Forest Park boulevard. This mornlns In the city court Officer Klutz explained Just why he shot the dog. U that the canine playfully rubbed MEN Cured to Stay Cured jncthods, with- out pain, or low of-tlmt. rWeak- K-Gfl or L o t Vitality. Blood Poison, Vari- cose Veins, Hy- Kidney 'and Biaddir DlMisea.- Pita, traded D1 a eases'. and ail- ments of mam. -'For- years: J have treated MEN'S 'DIS- EASES ONLY. cure you ir any- one con.: Do not.let money matters detain.'.you, Coma'at COMB TODAY.- CONSULTATION AND EXAM- --7----INATION FREE Lost Vitality J'-My: combined tfeauneht for theaa remarkably good. No one believes how -quickly It benefits until they have taken. It ;-H pain in. back, lack of energy, 'ambition ana ntrength-lt's' I have found-so effective in1 treating such HB "A MAN ONCE MORE. Blood. Poison, Old Sores, Growths and all skin diseases'are permanently, and forever cured by Dr. Moreland's Remedies. They act directly on llio 'Blood Cells, elimi- nate-tbe poison and restore the Inter- nal oreane.to'tlielr normal conditions. I am particularly anxious to hear from men who In.ve lieen'treated by other' physicians Without receiving any ben- eficial results.or n. permanent .cure. Varicose Veins. Cured I this alUlCtloii without pain or- deiehUott. from buelness. Soreness.' swell In t and congestion of. Hie dllatou veins! vanish quickly: Looses aio checked. -A. healthy circulation uf- blbod Is rc.-catabllaheJ.. the parts are developed, and llm feeling-of-wain: Ui, vigor and vitality 'speufliiy Avoid dangerous can glvo est, safest and surest 'cutu known 10 meOIcal science. Contracted Diseases IN CONTRACTED UIlilSASKS pBtlenlD are .thorotiKhly cured in leas lime than any other less thorough forms of treatment produc- ing doubtful results. I dun11 uue etrong, painful, injurious Injecilona that do great liarm. My method euros MEXICAN REBELS ARE GIVEN THE WORST OF IT hid tongue find protruding lower Juw over the tire on the rear wheel of the officer's motorcycle. Klntz Just had pumped the tire up tluht, and fearing that If the dop bit a hole In It the iilr would rush out of the tire, down the dog's throat anil through hla body, blowing his tail off, noincono hilled by tlifi nroJectHc. the olficcr pulled the trigger. The dog. by the way. Is recovering rapidly, as the bul- let mlHHpd his hnad. which Is tho vul- nerable portion of ti (log's anatomy. Aftpr tlici'filinotlnK Mian Nellie Wilt ran to the dog and, picking him up. rushed him In itn automobile to tho of- fice of a veterinarian. Tills morning shu WHS fined and costs for making the trip to tlie dog hospital loo rapidly, although Attorney ilnrny t-Ingnn urced hut she WHS cngngctl In an errand of mercy and thert'forfi enjoyed tho priv- ilege nf exceeding speed limit, es- pecially In vluw 'of tho fact that the .ndition that gave rise to the errand as created by the police. The court, however, held tlmt b" npcctling she the lives of humnns lo I save that of a family pet und assessed the fine on thn tpclinicnliiy. The de- fftnsp. promptly appealed and will ask the circuit court for a ruling on Ihe point. In-the meantime Mr. Wilt will make fight on the1 question of destroying property .without process of law. The :ity liaa an ordinance which governs the killing of dogs, nnd under U a 1 secured from the Entering a plea of guilty lo a chain running a blind Ust-r in his grocer ore on St.' Jlary's uvt-niii: mi Spring Btreet, John till lornlng pit Id a line uf xnd coal i the city court. Giiti-rmuih wit t'uught peddling buer In his ptaw h 1m recently applied ;tinJ (U iled a license. After the line- wus M fKaeJ (lutermuth initdu an effort I imve It reduced, but as u mutter fact und costs is llio minimum rtx by law and there it Uut- ei ninth is the man that ptcdpltatcd (he liquor tight that near putting the Ninth wurd dry SCVITU! ago. Thr.e Old Cronies. There waa u big hounK-omliitj ci-le- bnilloii at tho jail tlitu nionilui; wtion Jeff Meytm. Hill I licks and Marry Kemwald answered the (mil or Hie "lianguroo courl." Ulll and Jt-if were doing a tango In hawUm park nlb'lit when the police: ciuui! and Ibis morning each was Hnod nnd nmis. Kcrnwald, Ihe Ihiid old timer, wns Dlcltcd up nt the traiiHfer corntT und goi eleven days for his spree. Won't Do It Again. George thirvln Oils said that he waa not trying to Ulll hlm.sclf bul that he was merely inking t form to relieve the Inchlont li acute attack of cramps of thu stumucli, when 1m waa picked up on Maiden h last night. Qarvln. who Is the sun t wealthy farmer living near Clitypool. Ind., had been drinking heavily all day nil III'ML nlghl mlxud chloioforin dth whi.Hltey ami drank il. Me vctil down on the sidewalk ami tvus sent to St. Joti hospital, a h relic veil his IniiJirdii of that sevoiul iluys itgn Cinrvi'u some trouble with his wife, hut this morning hv clalmrd that he wouldn't try anlcule nnd was ord'.'ivd held ii day, Kort <--'in Houston, in T.-xas. unit Kuve himself up because ht; wan able, to go no longer without food. Now lie's going to the Allen county jail. Tlu-re's the tire and frying pirn, jour own whfuw. Kd Uckmeyer waa tlncd (1 and costs fur In n window In Ihe hmne of hla brother-in-law on street Hcvcrul nlglils ago. liuu lli-nkt-nliix was let go his only uffeiise WHS to L-O iluwn mid out :tt form-r Iti-r- PROF. SETII MEEK licloville Man Who Attained Promi- nence in Scientific Fitld, CHICAGO, July over the body nf I'tnffssor Kttli Ku- gene author, UHsiatunt curator o vmolOKV ut tho Field Museum of Nat- ural History and a now n wciti held tudiiy, after whttl dy iv.ns taken In Mloomlngtui Ind.. for burial. 1'rofessoi- Meek dl< fiiiddciily of hi-url trouble which resnli eil from a fevur while on IP to .Mexico. Professor Mee.k was bitrn iit Illcki ville, O.. April 1. and KruduaH from Indlanu university at Itloomlng ton in 1H84. J.ater hu ultundcd Co university. llu mittik-d Turner, of in KiSC und accepted the chair of natural it Kureltii uollPge, ICuruka, HI. hater s con i ice led with uulleye at Cedur fliiplib. Iowa, and with Col- if Arkunsua. He ia survived Uy a widow. IIIT OF THE FRYING PAN INTO THE FIRE 'WO MEN LEAVE OUR HOT WEATHER FOR SOME THAT'S HOTTER. IIAMMU-N'O. Ind, Jiit.v 7 --Ka.stcn- nj; u nuo.se aioimd his aiidlni; on a cow's buck lo fasten the lher end to a beam in the barn, tanley Nader, uwd twenty-one, of riiU-ago. jumped off the cow and hanged lilmsfcir. The body was dis- covered John, Andrew and Hainey Has. three brothers, who live at the place In The meeting house in Uulton, Mass., Is to uit reshhiKk-d for the llrsl since its erection in 1703. Some f'f the fliliiKleH are still In a perfect htiiK of preservallon afli-r 1-1 years s'-r- 'which will give t fur in his p nts, Guivin haul Hin HE ATTACK ON GUAYMAS IS. A DISMAL FAIL-''' URE. SAN DIEGO. Col.. July Advices eeelved here today said that the con- tltutionalists were repulsed with con- iderablc loss in yesterday's denting utslde ot Guaymaa. according to a. Ispatch received at the federal head- luarters in Jlazatlan. It was said the mnyor orf rejirpj thut the _ icious. The owner then-en- joys the Tight to show that the couldn't bile. Tn the case of the Wilt family'B dog Troulile, the only wny li could hurt onyhody would be by fall- ing on his victim, as he couldn't ultr the shin off a soap bubble. ederal gunboat Guerrero bombarded he rebels near Cruz de Pledraa." Sev- eral federal soldiers were ki many wounded In the fighting, which was resumed today; Shields Dead. RICHFIELD PARK, N. T., July United States Commissioner John A. Jhlelds, seventy-seven, died tnday ifter. a .long illness.. Commissioner Shields probably sent more men to prison than any. other official ot the Rovernment. service there dents at Washington. During his period of have' been thirteen preal- AUBURN-NEWS. fits and E Ing euro. mediate beno- Bladder Dis- eases Quickly Cured They ate olteii cuustU early cessvs. alcoholic IK.Oors and severe sickness, the usual "lytnytums being chilly and feverish opclis, worn-out feeling, under- tlio eyes, drains, smarllng, burning, and swell- ing My long study and extensive practice in treating .klilncy Olncasc; (Special Correspondence.) An accident was ayeiled by. a nar- row' margin at Fish' lake, Hamilton, Ind when L.' C. Diehl, of lost .control of the canoe in .which he ..__ riding, and'upset.-. The waves o.f a passing caused the "and" had' ItVnot the presence of three-Auburn men, KranK Furry, Ed Shilling and-J. 0., Lochner; in a boat the story would Kavfl had a different conclusion. These gentlemen were fishing a .couple of hundred, feet .from, the scene of .the catastrophy and-when saw. the caiioi, turn over.. tliey quickly rowed to the man clinging to the inverted leasure'boat.'-He was rapidly weak- been.-a little onscr in coming, It Is-doubtful .if Mr Dichl could 'have held'on. None o he four men were a-blc to swim, and trail- it necessary, to -dive and iwlm for Ihe victim ol the accident, ,'nuch valuable1 time .would liave -been wasted in the search for iliore .pro- ficient aid. Heller than 200 men of the-city have signrd Ihe petition for a local option election, and the same waa presented the commissioners at Monday afternoon. Thd law requires that at per of Ihe voters' lie signers and such was the caw.- -The n will-be' held July 2S. Justice Grcpn and Dr. Stewart were appointed election commisFioners. 'Wi-W: Rharp- IGEB. of the papers and cured for'lhb legal purt of the deal.'-' This-ls- certain' to'be a lively scrap, for both sides arc active t-am- paigncrs and thc_co_urse" ot: 'pro- ceedings will be of Interest niatiy. Dr.' R Hoffman' weiif to Chicago biing wliu Ijijt-i'i-in Evanstoii hospital, for several .week; o their home." She stood the trip Veil and her-many friends nre t ,vlth her' improved, health and return. Mr. and Mrs. Et-rl Robbins, of Los Cat., --arc visiting Auburi; friends for a .few dayn. They exppci to make a" trip from herr. revering nbotn Fix wockp, anil will bo accom pan led by Mr. and Mrs. Orlando Keck of Pasadena. Cnl. Mr. and Mw. Mnrrl Eckhnrt and Mr. nnd'Mrs. Frank Kek hart. 
                            

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