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   Fort Wayne News (Newspaper) - June 19, 1915, Fort Wayne, Indiana                                 mAHmárn  ÜÍÉÉ  i  '-t  ■ í^ . í  rer  AND  Bbod Tonic  Contain No CaUmel  " Senídnel 2 Laxative Tablets  L o " e-  TVIOElNiBlERICA^  liad,  Resaltfui  Medicine Yoá Ever Saw  At row DrugçitU  Iftv ^nd Mrs. Charles A. Dunkelberer to.Thrte Rivers. Mich., for a w^th friends.. jf O.'B. Rlrl« win he entertained this-evening by Mis.s Emily Pennlng-ro^h at her hoine on Cnlumbla avenue. tDf" and Mrs. Hehry Ranke left xcs-for iiew York City arid the sea where they will spend several  Iss Glitdy« Gret-lfr. of Packard ave-has Icfi on a two week.s' visit friends in War-^aw, Detroit and Cleveland.  -.The Mi-sses Helen FrelbiirRer and Katherine Lehman are leaving this W^k for Camp SetaiK, N. J., where they idll'8P<-nd the summer.  Wn. I, N. Taylor, of West Berry Street, will ro to Detroit within a few  jT'ij, UlSTlim I  Adsolufeli^ Guaranljeed perfectly p^ified deep water — no surfe water used. I  Telephone 758 orS^rcrer It to your home ot , ploc^of bu^ne^  face  EUCTRiC SAD IRON  How pleasant it is to the housewife to use an electric iron, getting away from the intense heat of a stove. We have a large assortment and at very attractive prices.  II.Pfeiffer&SonCo.  107-109 L Colombia  f Phone 483-484  Let the News follow yon on iliirva6atioii trip—before leaving telephone 120, we will mail 3ron the News and collect at yonr house upon your return.  days to visit with her daughter. Mrs. ; Harold Stark, and family, i Mrs. Edward Hryson. of Cclina. O.; ' and Mrs. Tom Thompson, of Dayton. O.. are house inx'stH of Mrs. Ed Rlker. of East Woodland avenue.  Mrs. Lee D. Grier and small son. who have been Rue.sts of Mr. and Mrs. F, Reeves, of Loree street, for the past month, have returned to their home In Chicago.  . Mrs. F. .T. Thieme. of Fairfield avenue, entertained with a very informal tea Saturday afternoon in compliment to her mother. Mrs. J. W. Hunger, of Indianapolis.  Miss Lola Miller, of Bowser ayènue, left this morninR for the Pacific coaUt} where she wiU visit both expositions and other points of interest fn'^the west and nor'hwest. ■  Seventy friends of Mr." add Sirs". Ix>uiB C.' Langard enjoyed aii" outing «unday ai< guests at the Langard summer home on the St. Joe river near Robison park.  Miss Jessie Parry, of Washington boulevard west, will go to Ohio this week to spend the summer. She will divide her time between relatives in Mansfield and Lucas.  Ralph H. TInkham leaves tonight for Chicago, where he will be Joined by a friend on a trip to the Grand Canyon. San Diego. San F'rancisco. Yellowstone park and other western points of Interest.  Mrs. Will A. DifTenderfer will go to Clear lake on Thursday for a fortnight's outing. Mr. DifTenderfer and son Davis and her sister. Miss Ola Marks, will Join Mrs. DifTenderfer for the Fourth of July.  Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lipes and son Harold, of Hoagland avenue, have returned home from a motor trip which included stops In Covington. Ky.. Cincinnati. Dayton. Piqua. Camden. EJaton and other iiolnts of interest.  Mr. and Mrs, Oliver Reese returned today to their home In Pittsburgh. Pa. Mrs. Reese has been here vfaiiting with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. EI Hat-terslftv, for several week«, and wjuj Joined for the "week-end by Mr. Reese.  Ralph Lose, who has Just been graduated from Howe Military school, has arrived home to spend the summer with his parents; Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Lose, of Douglas avenue. He is planning to enter Purdue university In the fall.  Mr«. W. W. Nutting and son Jack, of New York City, have arrived In the city to spend the summer with Mrs. G. C. Doilez. of West Wayne street. Mr. Nulling has gone into Rus-sia to write WJir features for "Motor Boating." of whU-h he is art editor.  Mrs. Piter Quioksell, Ml.ss Eu!:» Clark and Miss Gertrude Zook will leave this evening In Mr. Homer G. Davis.son'i« pnrty on .1 trip to the Pa-cifi'. coai-t. Parties from Indianapoli.s Greencaslle, Peru and Plymouth will Join the travelers on their way.  Mr. and Mrs. George E. Potter, of W«'st Wayne street, had as their hi>use gue.sts over Sundav Mr. and Mrs. A. F. I Ris.ser and Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Ris-i ser. of Chicago. The visitors have been ! motoring through the state for the past week and this morning continued their trip to Detroit.  Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Barner celel»rat-ed their silver wedding anniversary recently by entertaining a number of their friends and relatives at their home. Progre.«.sive card games were played during the evening, and music was furnished for the occasion by an orchestra of which Mr. Barner is the leader.  The Misses Kathryne Kampe. Marie Miller. Afartha Bauerleln. Elizabeth Rogler. Helen Hackiua. Bertha Starkel and Dorothy Knight, girls of the Algonquin Campfhre circle, accompanied by their guardian. Miss Williams, have gone to Clear Jake to spend the week at Camp lAkealde. Mrt. C. C. Miller, Mrs. Ernest Kampe and Mrs. 6. L. Hacklua will chaperone the party..  Mr. iknd Mrs. Carl O. Fisher, of Indianapolis. and Mr. and Mrs.- H. O.s-terman, of Detroit, Mich., arrived in the city yesterday to attend the dedication of the I^lncoln Highway. Mr. Fisher Is called the father of the great coast-to-coast roadway. All will be house guests of Mr. and Mrs. j W. M. Griffln during their stay in the city.  Mr. and Mrs. W. A. DeVilblss were given a pleasant surprise by sixty of their friends Saturday evening, the occasion being the birthday anniversary of Mrs. DeVilblss. Games, mu.sic and refreshments were features of the  and Ahtmb- MUIër. of  Scherer Baking Co's  /WAr>  BIG FULL POUND LOAVES  ALWAYS GOOD  NOW BACK TO OLD PRICE  niiffi--.-rr iiii -IÍ--11I  mhúrn.' t&imüMii IMrtMM'p tlWM' bfOthcnr Hán. Bfittbn Htcksvllle, O.  Mr. Walter Seavoy left! today oii aa extended trip io tbe Bári- Fninciséo and San. Dleco. .expotfltiohs. Later Mr. Seavey will ^islt the northern coast pleasure, resorti^ and. In Portland, will visit with his mother and sister. Mrs. aUny seavey, and Mrs. C. A. Merrlam. His young son who accompanied his grandhiothér west a few months ago, will return home with his father.  Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Cruse completed fifty years' of wedded life yesterday, and. In honor of the occasion, enter-tained with a family party at their 1 home. 4028 South Webster street. Of eleven children ñve are living, and they, with their families, were present to imrtlcipate in the celebration. Both Mr. Cruse and his wife are past 70} years of age, and lH>th are enjoying; very good health. He is a veteran of the Civil War, and, for the past thirty-five years, has been engajred In the contracting business, • returning from active work but a short time sine*. Guests at the annlvereary dinner were: Mr. and Mrs. J. B. McLachlln, Mr. and Mrs. E. D. I'ruse. Mr. and Mrs. Asa Hardesty. Hurlburt Cruse. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Kelley. Mr. and Mrs. George Oerlo<?k. Harold and Helen Cruse, Don? Hazel. Brentwood and Béneta Cruse, Vema and Edwin HaVdesty. Mrs. Charley Cruse. How-1 ard Cruse. -Mr. and Mrs. Frank Herk- I liis. Dennis Lw Gerlock. Garnet Gerlock. Mrs. < Joe Relnhart. .  ^Miss Valette Strader. young daugfi-j tér of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Strader, of | Holtqn avenue, celebrated her 11th birthday vrith a . merry party last ■ Saturday ¡tfti^moon. The main feat- ; lire of the afternoon was the dainty • birthday supper and the beautiful ap- : pointment.s of the table upon which it , was served. Pink roses filled a basket ; in the renter and to this from th-^ 1 dome directly above fell streamers of ' pink crepe paper The pretty favor baskets of bon bons, together with the ices and cakes, were tinted delicate shades of pink to correspond with the other attractive details of jipiioiiit-ment. The little folks who enjoyed this jolly celebration were -Marpiir.-l Curran, EInora and Florence Burn.', . Velma Schone. I.,ueilla Schmelln;^. . Loretta Fey, Viola Fey, Rosella: Ramm, Helen, Fh)rence, Marcella^and ' Caplolla Bowser. Thelma Strad'-r. • Ruth Wagner, Freda Gerdon. Hazel Miner. Darls Miner Ferol Jenkins. Georgia Fell. Velma Barter. Luciila' Rasmus. Vesta Smith, Winona Yoh- ' man, Mildred Dill, Pauline Hill. Wilda Cline, Margaret Casey, Evelyn Strad- i er, and Mary Blanch France, «»f Cre.-<1-line. O.  J. C. Peters, Mr and Mrs. Niel Mc-Kay and Mrs. F. C. Peters have returned from a few days' motor trip to Chicago.  Betz-Voctter.  A very pretty wedding was solemnized Thursday "afternoon, June 17, at o'clock, at Grace Lutheran parsonage, wliere Rev. Meyer f»f!lclated at the c»-remony of Miss «'atherine M. Voel-ter. daughtfu* of Mr. George Voetter. and Mr. I.K?8ter W. Betz, .son of Mrs. Emma Betz, both well-known young people of Allen county. After the cere-mon.v a rect-ption for imm<-diate rel:'-tives was held at the home of the Miuu!!!".« inotln r «»n Ihi- Illinois roa'.I. and the members »if the "We -Xr«* <lul> to which the bride belon.y.s served the «'iegant wedding sijpp«'»"-The ro«»ms were tast«'fully dceorated with g:irden flowers and fern.s. During the evening the brld»- and Rro«>ni who are favorit»'s among their many friends, were given an f>ltl-lashlon» d belling. Mr. and Mrs. Belz will make tlu'ir h<»me with his motln-r Piano Pupils In Recital.  Twenty-.seven piano piipil.s nf Mr«. Will Peltier were heard In recital Saturday afternoon at Elks' hall. whU-h was crtiwded with admiring parents and friends of the young niusleians. The program was rather k»ng, but well chosen, and every number of it wa.s given from memory. Remarkable progress was shown by many of the pupils, and the playing of all reflects credit, both to their able teacher and to themselves, Mergyn Pidgeon. Virginia Thieme and Phyllis Bale.s. younger pupils of Mrs. Peltier, ushered and passed programs. Those wiio participated. In the entertainment were Wllma I^rueckner. Evelyn Gertia, Mary Meeks, Ellen Hudson, Robert and Alice Bradley. Marguerite Pfeif-fer. June Christman, Zelpha Carter. Julia Hamlet, Dorothy Wolf. Frederick Wenzler, Kathryne Lose, Glad.vs Ten-ney, Racháel Berman, Mildred Cook, Other Zahrt. Delight Evans. Katherine I..chi9an. Kenneth Campbell. Katherine ; Kampe. Lillian Buck, Gladys Hadley, Amy Wolf, Robert Sinclair. Helen Jacobs and Portia Boh.ver. Mrs. Peltier's second pupils* recital will be given next Friday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the Elks' hall.  Senior "l^upils Rseital Tonight.  Miss Ir«lia Frances Rohyans will present her senior piano pupils. Miss  t  mém  yam  ■Üi  are booking feservsitjdns lor Furnished Apartments in the new, strictly modem Portland Annex.  Plans showing room arrangement and location of suites, rates, etc., are being shown at our office on the ground floor of the Portland Apartments, 303 West Washington boulevard.  COME IN AND LOOK OVER THE PLANS, and if we have what you want, select your suite. Come at once before the choicest reservations have been made. Leases need not be signed until the new annex is completed and ready for occupancy.  The following, rates cover janitor, chambermaid and house-cleaning service. The new annex will have strictly private baths in all apartments, dainty kitchenettes, passenger and freight elevatore, switchboard telephones to all apartments, and every modern convenience known to the most complete and up-to-date apartment service, including a dainty tea room and a pretty roof garden.  Our rates will be as follows:  "Two-Room" Suite . •  ''Three-Room" Suite. .  'Tive-Room" Suite . .  ''Eight-Room'' Suite . .  No court rooms. All rooms will have outside windows, whether you make a reservation at the time, or not.  Portland Hotel Apartment Co  $25.00 to $40.00 Per Month $30.00 to $45.00 Per Month $50.00 to $60.00 Per Month .....$90.00 Per Month  Come in and see the plans. We'll be glad to show them to you,  301-305 Washington Blvd. West  Cirace Jane Prince and Miss CJertrniIe ! Ing a spectacl«* of iilmself f<»r the past Kstella Sfvits, In recital this evening : f'>"r Sunifay.«, aeconhng to .loseph' Haas at Elk.s' hall. Mis.« Lucile Vali, voeal- an<l Louis AU< v<>Kt, <>f Klllca avenue. and li^t, will a.ssist in the program whli-b | Hie.v can stan<l It no Idnger. .Sun.Iay afler-will begln proniptlv at 8 ••'cl«>ck, a'ul I noon the fellow ciniimitte«! in.leeent acts will be as follows: ! before bis win.li>w in plain vlexv <>f a Siin-i'Iin.mntlc Fanta.«y an«l l'tigue.......Bach' «lay s.ho..| class «f y.-iing la«nes gathfr.'«!  WOMEN GIN H*RBLY BEUEVE  How Mrs. Huri^ Was Re-stored to Health by Lvc^ E. Pinkham's VegeUble Compound.  EMen, Ma - "I was trmibled with ^ptooement, inflammation and femal« wealcness. For two y«ars I could not •tand on my feet long at a l^e and I eoold not walk two bkwka withoat eii> daring cutting and drawing pains down my right akie which inereaaed every month. I have been at that time purple in the face and wouUI  Ml.^s I'rlm-f. From a Wandering Iceberg <Aii l-:iraiit  I'rincis.M (if the .N'orth)......Ma'-I »nwell  To flie Kea (Ocean, Thou .Mlglity .\Ioii-  ^¡tirt ....................... Mui-l>owfll  Notion.« ..................Gertruile .'^ivlts  Miss Hivlts.  Autiimn ...................... t'haminacle  Mlf<a I'rlnce.  r»eare»t Night ............  Miss Vail.  Fantasia m C......................Haydn  Nocture, Op. No. 2 (left hand) .Scrlablne .Mis.« SIvlts.  .Spring Night ........... .Schumann-Llszt  Miss Prince.  F:rlklng .................. Schubert-Llszt  .Miss Sivlts.  A Birthday.................... \V«Hidman  At I »awning..................... Cadman  Mii's Vail.  Tannbauscr—March .."---- Wagner-Llsxt  MIfis I>rlnce.  Rhapsody ......... ................ Liszt  Miss Sivlts.  at the Altevopf homo, ami when Mr. .\lte-vogt was notlthd the trouble started. Police Court.  "You will in.<»truct ytnir offlccrs to visit all buslnes.s hou.sfs and other places where fireworks to persons lo be ui<ed before the 3d of July. .\ny customer, however. re.«id-Ing In the country, ami who the proprietors are fully convinced will not dlsi harge these firework« until .Inly 3, may purchase on or Ijef'T«' that time.  "This onler is Issued for the purpo.se of abating a niii.«ance that Is caiis^od by tire-  Brooks Construction «onipany. d rner Miner and Walnut streets, .^atiinlay ni»tnt, .stealing 51s from a dniwer. Kntranee was gained by br> akisg a window.  Carl Henser, age«! sixteen, a liellhop at I works e.xpio<ic<l by children or adults a j the Haltes, was given a chance to make ! week or more before .liily 4. You will i  goixl this morning after netei tlve i'ap-pert had nabt>ed hlni for stealing a revolver and three shirts from a trunk that had belonge<l to Mike Plllon, decea.se<].  Instruct your oincers to be on the UM>koiit for ail persons discharging fireworks or flrcarms sooner than the 3d of Jul.v. If caught in the act yuu may Issue a wani-Bai helet i formerly clerk at the Unites. The trunk ! ing for the first time. For a repetition of was being prepared for shipment to Mr. j the offense they must be brought In and Dillon's mother. prosecuted for a violation of the city ordl-  John Shoecraft, coloreil gas thief, %vas | nance which forbids the explosion of flre-(Ined $10 and costs and accepte<1 his One i works until July 4." with a "Thank you, judge."  Andrew Kelly was one of the two drunks who drew fines this morning, and he begged lianl tti get oft »0 that he could drive a four-horse float In the parade this afternoon. He Is a teamster for the Porter Construction comiiany and started for a drive with a team belonging to the company Sunday afternoon, but got as far as Calhoun and Grand streets, when he fell asleep in the rig as the result of too much cider.  The drunks let go were Scott Baker, August Holllnger. George Ellls. Rfralm Johnson. F:d Crest and Henr>' Schlagle. Ix>uls AValters drew $1 and costs and offered to compromise for 16, but was turned down and taken to Jail.  PAY CAR GUARD ATTACKED  LAYS OPEN HEAD OF ONE ASSAILANT WHILE OTHER GETS AWAY.  Folic« Rsseus Degenerate Youth From Angry Mob en Kiliea Avenue— Polies News Today.  walk the floor. I could not lie down or lit atill eometimea for a day and a night •tatime. I waa nenroua, and had very  Util. -.....ill, «n ■mtil»In«__■___QOWU ID • DCap WltH nW «Cmip MH« upCO.  '•"»w chsaaed his mind  That an attempt had been planned to rob the Pennsylvania pay car. which was on a siding near the depot Sunday night, is believed by the itolice. and Steve Kick-rig. one of the trio who are thought io have been In the affair. Is at police headquarters with his head laM open several Inches as the result of an attack the fellow made on Pennsylvania Police Lieutenant Strasser. The other two got away, but the iKtlice have a good description of one of them.  Klckrlg and throe other fellows were seen hanglnv around Calhoun street and then came toward the tracks. Shortly thereafter two of them—Klckrlg and another one—appeared near the i>ay car. which. Lieutenant Strasser and another Pennsylvania oflleer were watching. Strasser got out of the car and went toward the two men, when one uf them yelled, "Get him," ami they both Jumped at him. Klckrlc Jumped first and went down In a heap with hia scalp laid open.  FIREWORKS  Order li Issued by Clilef Lenz Regarding Ndise.  Chief I,enz has Issued to his offlcers an order regulating the sale and sh(H>tlng of fireworks and asks the co-oi>eratlon of all citizens of the city in seeing that the order is enforce«!. The order Is as follows:  Would Rob Poor Box.  Some time Satunlay night a thief cut the lead from several sections of stalne<I glass on the north side of St. Peter's Catholic church and, effecting an entrance, de- j molished the poor box. He got nothing, however, as the sisters had removed the money but a few hours before. Two purses containing |2 and |8 were overlookeil by the thief. I  Strikes a Boy.  John Leonard. 2.148 Lllllo street, reports that he struck a boy with his automobile on the Lincoln highway Saturday. The lad was not seriously Injured.  Phone 808  We can supply your present needs for coal, wood and kindling promptly. Phone us if ready to put in a supply this month.  MGDERWELL COAL CD.  Nickel Plate R. R. and Fulton Street—Phone 808.  Auto and Buggy.  An automobile driven by Dan Ball crashetl Into the rear of a buggy containing two people Saturday night at the comer of Berry and Jackson streets. One rear wheel of the buggy and the front of the car were slightly damaged, but no one was Injured.  Ransack Office.  Thieves ransacke<l the office of the  OSTEOPATHY  A Natural Way te Health.  DR. K. L. SEAMAN  312 SHOAFP BLDG. Osteopathie Literature on Request  e^lo rr. waymc ornea LL. ANTHONY NOTtL OLOO.  Scherer's Goods Stand for Purity» Quality and Cleanlinesse  fHrompt service for telephone orders*  1247 Mauniee Ave.  and often felt aa though I had not a friend in the world. After I had tried moat every female remedy withost aoe-my mother-in-law adviied me to take Lydia B. Pinkham'a Vegetahla Compouid. I dHd ao and gataed in •tnogth every day. I have now no troo-Me to any way and hi^ly praiie year ■MdldBeL ItadrertiMaitMlf."—lira. & T. Hounr, Eldoa, HiMoorL  SeBMBibti» the ieroed|y whidi did gda wn Lydto E. Ptekham'a Vegetable OompoMid. Wot mie eveiyifhm.  It haa halpad thowwds of worn« who have been troidM with dhplaea llnii^ iilciif atljiiiL tnmonu imgBlaritiei^ pMiodte that hMrh^ down '  HT  about Jvmpint and dliáppeared, being last seen sIMIna down the elevation toward Calhoun street.' He Is deeeribed as a big. well draaeed man. and <3aptaln BtoU la eonfMcnt of rouedina him up before night. fUckrlg Is being held until June U to give tbe police a chance to took him up and commmiieate with the DetnHt police, Kkkrlc clalmlnc to Uve there.  KIckrIa was found on the Wabeah tracks late lest nicht and datoned to have been attacked neer the 8t. Mary'a river by eeveral thuge. He waa brouaht to the station and was there Moitlfled he the fellow who had been hild out by the Fennsy oflleer, but who crawled eway while the oflleer wee chaelng the other nan down the traek.  Wilber Oodmui. an el«lítéen-yeer-old sroungster, la being hM until June M. to alve htan a chance to netlfr hie parente at Burlrett* Ind., thai he le íiéid hère en a chara» of publie Intseènsy. The fellow  M* of aMB ta frontier  VACATION SALE OF  VIGTROLAS  Take This wonderful little  Entertainer with a liberal supply of New Records to your cottage. It will give you and your friends moré pleasure and entertainment thau ten times its cost invested in any other manner.  Our Special Terms for 10 Days  Of $2.00 cash and $2.00 per month leaves no financial excuse for not having the best dance music. The greatest singers and the latest music whenever you wMit it ' /  Packard MusicHouse  980 C^ilhoan l^raM Fwfc WayoQ  «35  TELEPHONE 645  toinorrow and we will reienre your Vietrola. Bemember m»eeial  term oflTer expires Jnly Iflt   

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