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   Fort Wayne Sentinel, The (Newspaper) - April 16, 1898, Fort Wayne, Indiana                               Just Tell Them That You Saw. IN GOD'S HOFSE. Yitil Are. Welcomed to .loin in uiil VIUIUIM lit. tilt W J. B i FURNITURE, .11, 111 lull fel RT E. A. K RACKFTT. SATURDAY, APRIL DEMOCRATjC CITY TICKET. For Mkjor. I'. WHKkKH. turCilj tletl. M'ONNINU i V or n Mor Wark> Vmiilnw. rlCll.LHM.SlMiLKTIiN. Ml HAHTMSTT. Fot- K1K8T WARD. HESI H SBOOSl) KRVNK K. I'l 8l Kl.l.. WILLIAM .Jill I. KOCKTH WAltli. RK. P1KTH WARD. I'MARl-KsllAVi, .IOSEPH 7.1'KWTH SIXTH WAKU. SLSVKSTEKM'MVHON SCHWARTZ. SfcVESTH W.VRH I'CTBRJ M'HKUi. JOHN CH II. Bl HK. k. K. WHEKLOt h 8INTH WARD. WARP. If. ItOlIKENSTUV U. h. l "TONIGHT. T. DeWitt Talmage ;it Princes Iliiik. Cream of Red Cross in their hall. Esther, D. of H.; R.tthbone' Sisters., Masonic for this week: of the Sixth." Am> what, pray, is a "bergomas- _jj____ THE dogaof war .ought to be fed if (hey art nqt to be unleashed. THE will be greatly out of tone without Great Britain. ___ THE trouble with Spain can be settled much quieter by shooting off cannonHiftD by senators shooting off their months. FaoM the belligerent attitude of Bpeiker Seed "aud Congressman Bftiley, each must suspect the other of being a Spaniard. AUSTRIA will, before long, be able to tell justltow much hilarity there is in More tot the man who makes the mistake of supposing the troubles of his relations are neces- sarily his own affairs. FROM alien soil Don Carlos threat ens the Spanish throne with an overturning if the United States is not promptly and effectually thrashed by Spain. The pretender is aetting long -jump for the boy king. IF wants to turn this af- fair very well. Your Undo Samuel will not KO far from (o huwt trouble, but he is able to give attention to all that comes his way. It lias boon settled that Spain get oirf of Cuba, aud until historical fact there is going to be the rosiest sort no end to the silly twad- dle that may to written respecting the brand of politics variously re- sponsible growth and great- ness of ForVWjryw'.' Chfcflv it has lieen non partisan polities that looked to V'st welfare of the city and no note of candidates or platforms. The- City's progress has been built rtpon foundations that were laid broad and deep and string, ecnerattotts ago, by the the Edsafls. tho E wings, the the Hflckhills, s, the laids, and a scnre" of their like, who e une here when Fort Wayne was a straggling trading village in the depths of In the piths these men others ha .'6 followett.j, aiul are fol- lowing today rarge-hoarted- iiess, "BjyWt 'rtn'ff confttgaons Fqrt Wayne. 1', however, there is any siguili- c vnce in tho why. fort Wa.vne has lieen for mu'-h Ibo Creator of its history rule. OKOVEU lias not so m my as he mice but his good seii.se merits the esteem of everybody uiueh as over it did. MJr. Cleveland was to have been the principal orator at liaiKjuet uf the trotiuois dub in Chi- cago this month. It was his pur- pose to di'cuSs topics. HB has just uf his in tentioji jtiot to ns bis reason (.lint he consider.-, it im proper for any uiau, iu the presence of a grave national crisis, trt ftM Oif accentuation ,by be remarked by all men that in tlin present tryhig moments two former president.- of the I'nited States. Grover Cleveland and Benjamin Harrison, are content to show their patriotism by maintaining silence. Neither has a part to piny exwpt as private citizen and they are obtrud- ing themselves no more, if not ranch loss, on public than the ordinary private citizen who has not even boon president of the town meeting. the closing years of this won- derful century, which has shown nothing so wonderful us the growth and progress of the republic of the Tnited States, is probably as good time as any to serve notice on the powers of the old world that this nation is and is going to be the boss of affairs in the western hemi- sphere. Tho United States wants no embroilment ivith Europe and will go some distance to avoid a tight. But there are a few things that are not debatable. of them is our ability and our deter- mination to direct events on this side of the water in accordance with the spirit of free government, whether the folks on tho other side like it or not. -'Concert of powers" Hounds impressive, bnt we can make music of our own. Tt has become necessary heretofore for the United States to serve "hands off'' notice on one or another of the Burojican powers, and there will be no dally- ing if it becomes necessary again. OSCK congress has reached agree- ment upon the policy to be pursued by this government in driving the Spaniards from Cuba the last trace of difference will have disappeared. There is no difference of purpose. It is unanimously agreed that the Spanish Asm be token from the island, bnt statesmen are not of the same mind concerning tho course from which will ensue tho least embarrassment to this govern- ment. When decision shall have been reached, congress as one man will give cordial and patriotic sup- port to the president in bis execu- tion of that policy. The people of the country are united as they have never been before Politics is for the nonce forgotten. Sectional lines have been swept away by the tidal wave of patriotism that rolls over the land, partisan rancor has been burned out by the tire of in- tense loyalty that consumes all American hearts and the national spirit animates and inspires every man who is worthy to be a citizen of this republic. It is in no wise different with the memoors of eon- gress. They are wen and citizens in common with all patriots and actu- ated by the same love of country and the same motives. Upon thoin rests the direct responsibility of do- ing the right thing. They are con- fronted with a grave and compli- cated problem. Aa of course, lines that mark differences will bo sliarply drawn and opinions will come out in radical phases. Bat agreement will be reached and when it is the nation will move forward in the iwrfonuance of its duty, sat- isfied of its rectitude aud confident of triumph. LADIES UNITE. Auxiliaries of Railway I'nioiis Form u Society. K Will Itf knot.I, the K. I. C. 1. Fiirnifllt ItmniiN ill the Mniitital'. The auxiliaries the engineers. tivcmrti. conductors tr.iimiien'1? orders, or liri'therhnixls, nf this have formed a union called the K. F. C. T. auxiliary, iiEine HIP initial letter of tlie order tlicy represent fur the It is cmnposed twenty ladtci. liu- from each auxiliary The arc I'nrncil nt the auxibaiy. Vice, President Mrs the firemen. Secretary Mrt Jtconre Clark, nf tlic trainmen Treasurer Mrs, Craig, tin conductor.. There are iwu cubinuttei'S. an ex- eelitue and an "ith (ITU ineinlipr-i from each auxiliary oil each committee. The object in consolidatins find working i" to raise money to fiinmh a nice homelike room at for the use nf railroad men, whether itiPtnbi rs of the ortiot.atifl for all llrnUieihooil men if they me not in active sen ice, 'I he uiM entertainment will lie given Mun- day in (lit: hall, uiet While's ti.vik, ;mil sh'rtilcl lie ncl! ,it- tendeil. 'Ihere will In- H meeting union April L'11, ;it i' n'elfx-k. in the Oiniinrtoni' hall ami a full attendance desireil, as the mem- bers will bi; aftei the meet nip Thu supremo president and tho supreme secretary ol tho Modern AiiJteri-an Fraternal Order will bo here next Thursday and on that tuning attend the local lodgn. unmt. Prairie drove Sunday school at in. preaching at a ui. litmu Nelson will lead the Y A. services at 4 o'clock to- morrow, Sabbath school at the City mis- sion, I7n West Maiu btreot, tomor- row afternoon, at 'Uu. R. U. V M. C. A (iarstamj will nldn-ss the men's meeting at [i in Bible at I m. First Church of Christ scientist 10 '30 a in., Sunday, at Kiuiball hall, Calhonn street Baptist Tabernacle, L. L. Henson, pastor. Id :tO, --Divorce and Second Marriages. T "The bospel of the Sacrifices, Free MfethodUt church, iiis East Creighton avenue. Preaching Sun- day, at 10 a. in, and t :W p. in. X. L. iStambaugh, pastor. Third Presbyterian church Preacliiiij? at 10 a. m. and 7 p. m. Sabbath school at .30 a, m. V. P. S. C. E li :45 p. m. Baptist will meet in their new room, the Uartman block, be- tween Walliiot' and Buchanan streets, M La Hue, superintend- ent Trinity English Lutheran church, corner Wayne and Clinton Morning service, Sunday school, ;3n Luther league, 7 :00 evening service, 7 :30. Simpson M. E. Sunday school, Uilid: sermon. Id. 30; Junior league, i :30 Senior league. 0 .30 also dedication of the league room; sermon, 7 "Faith Heal- ing." Calvary I'. B. church, corner Lewis and Harnier streets, A. W. Ballinger, pastor. Sunday school at 9 :W a. m. preaching at 10 :30 a. m. and 7 :30 p. m. Y. P. C. I', at i> .ye p. m. English Lutheran Church of the Redeemer, West Washington and Fulton Sunday school at 9 n. regular morning service, evening sermon at Seats free. C. If. VV. Meyer, min- ister. South Congregational church, Rav. E. E. Frame, Sunday a. in. inoraing topic, W T. V." At the pastor will deliver tho first discourse of a series on "Natural Theology." (Sood singing I're.-byterlun i hurch, llev D. W I', Sermon .it 1" Jo a m pastor's lecture and Bible school at p. in. Y. P. S C. K I p m. teachers' class, iu a. ui. Christ s Lutheran church, corner of JeffiTKon and Webster Sunday school at '30 a in. morn ing >eruion at I11 l.'i a in subject, Evening sermon at .30 p. m. Y. P. S. C E. t'v M p. in. A. A. Hundlev, pastor. In Plymouth church, liev. James S. Anislie will preach upon "After the Kessurreo- at a m., and j his theme in the evening will be "The Overcoming Life." Sunday school at a. m. and Chris- tian Endeavor at p in. Bethany Presbyterian church, Nebraska, corner Boon and Fry streets. George E. Davies, iwtor. Morning 10.30 a. m. Sun- day school at p. m and Y, I'. S. C. E following even- ing, service at 7 -3o in, Temper- ance sermon and temiierance music. Services at Wayne, St. Methodist Episcopal ihurch tomoriow, the pastor u. m Sun- day school; 10 '30 seruion 12 a. m., classes   a. m, aud S p. m. St. Joseph's Chapel fin connec- tion with St. Joseph's Rev. Thomas Eisenring, C. S. S., chaplain. Sunday services, b a. m. aud I p m, Weekly services, s a. m. St. Peter's (iertnao comer Kist DeWald and Warsaw, liev. Ferdi- nand Koerdt, pastor. Sunday ser- vices, T: 15 and 9 :45 a. ni. and 2 :oO p. m. Sunday school, 1' p. m. Oarrett Herald: "Mrs. Lena hess moved to Fort Wayne Tuesday, where she expwts to make her future homo. Gavrett will niisa the Hess boarding house very much, und her many friends here will re- gret her departure, but what is our loss is Fort Wayne's gain. The Herald joins her many friends in wishing her prosperity and happi- ness. TO CtlEE A COLD IX O5E DAT Take Laxative All draff- firtf nnind the moMV If It to can. 23a. The genuine L. B. ft. on tablet Superintendent Gorsline has re- ceived a letter from Bowling Green, Ohio, in which he informed that Reynolds and Jones, the two sus- pects arrested by the superintendent and Officer Murphy, bad pleaded guilty to charges of grand larceny add had been sentenced to serve five years each in the Ohio penitentiary. YOUSTf! MKS FHiHT There was an uproar on Force street last night. Sergeant Stevens and Officer Spillner investigated and learned that there had been a fight, but they were unable to locate the offenders. PtH.tcK NKWS. Mrs. John Kennelly reports to the police that she lost a monkey capo on Barr street yesterday. George Doyle found a pocketbook yesterday and returned it to the owner, a Mr. Qreen. Mayor Seherer sent two drunks to jail. One of them, a colored man, has been in police court before. Frank Nichols, the tramp who stole a cloak from Mrs. Fry's clothesline, was given a preliminary hearing and bound over in the sum of Two runaway lads from Winches- ter, Ind., were held pending an in-1 vestigation as to who they are and j why they are in Fort Wayne. DEMOCRATIC HEAD- QUARTERS. The Democratic Head- quarters, at 21 'East Main street, will be open day and evening from now until the election. Democrats are invited to drop in at anyj time. iitf; 'MAKES Hot Bread Wholesome. Makes delicious hot biscuit, griddle cakes, rolls, and muffins. 1 SENSATION IN SWAT. An Attempt to Tmke the Lite of Nawabaf Blr. LONDON, April -A special dis- patch from Simla says a nephew of the nawab of Dir, in the district, and not far from Chiltral, with two accom- plices, has attempted to take .the nawab's life. The latter, however, was not severely wounded, and bis assail- ants have been captured and killed. COAL FOR CUBA. Subscribe I.ut of n l.arKv Contract Philadelphia, PHILADELPHIA. April Irt.--The Hrit- ish steamer Willowdeen sailed for Cuba today with tons of coal for the Matam.ati railroad This is the last shipment of a contract tu supply tons of coal. Regarding the possibility of the coal being cap- tured in the event of war, an ollicial of the company supplying the coal, said that in as much as the coal wsa being conveyed in a British vessel and the railroad is operated by English- men, he thought it would be perfectly safe._______ Neat and nobby are the patterns, and a perfect fit guaranteed, in oar spring Q. Schmidt, Merchant Tailor, 70 E. Mam street, lltf For bulk Garden Seeds, all kinds of Flower Seeds, Tube Rose bulbs, Canna Roots, 'etc., go to S. Bash A 1 Co. 28tf Bicycle Riders. Business men's bicycle check room, ?5c per week. Opposite Ma- sonic Temple. 84 Clinton St. Mtf Buy your Lawn Crass Seed and Lawn Fertilizer of S. Bash A Co. 28tf Spring's Great Bargain Beginnings] A VERITABE CLIMAX OF PRICE WONDERS. CLOTHING We start right at the beginning of the season with the low prices that usually do not come until the season's end, and this, too, with A MATCHLESS STOCK TREMENDOUS IN ITS ASSORTMENTS. We display ten styles where others show superior in every way to any other clothing stock in Fort Wayne, and at prices from 15 to 25 per cent, less than others ask for equally de- pendable, equally stylish garments. Prominent among the many bargains are the following. Men's Suits. MENS NOBBY AND WELL-WEARING SUITS of staunch service-giving, Wool materials, in tho very newest patterns. Workmanship, trimmings und everything nbont tho Suits strictly Price commencing now MEN'S BUSINESS SUITS, made from all the well-known in tho newest Ovcrplaids, Checks and broken also in the quieter, plain designs so very stylish just nt present. Ex- quisitely tailored and trinwued. Price commencing now MEN'S FINE SUITS, made from high-grade domestic Wooluus, trimmed and tailored throughout with that careful attention that only insures good wear and tasty appearance a thirty confined patterns to select from. I'rice commencing now MEN'S VERY STYLISH SUITS, garments designed and miide to suit tho taste oftl'C most in the innnn- fjicture of which nothing but tho vory choicest materials worn employed made of tho most desirable novelties and plain suit- ings. J'rice commencing now MEN'S FINEST SUITS the choicest of the choice.the acme of in clothing ready to wear all the real nobbr cloths, colors and patterns all tho correct, thoroughly up-to-date styles in fact, an exact duplicate of the liest merchant tailor work. 1'rico commencing now Men's Trousers The assortment embraces several hundred pairs strictly Wool Trousers, made of service-giving materials. Patterns absolutely tho newest, and price, quality considered, marvelonBly low. Men's Trousers This line consists of high-grade double and twisted fabrics. AH of tho very latest novelties of the season, finished to perfection, including many styles that can not be duplicated anywhere elso for less than 14.00. Men's Trousers In this lot we display tho very choicest Trouserings known to the trade, in neat and dainty stripes, as well as handsome single and double line weaves. Tho cut and workmanship are absolutely perfec- tion, so wo arc safe in saying that every pair is a magnitioent bargain. Boys' Short Pants Suits, .......I NI-..IU' IHf nude itf lilur. Tint Jilt'l ('In MnK. aii'i ;j In I I u in1- I'ri'i. mi" Ml-Wnnl Ihnililu lirvnstf'1 Milts, in lilltli'- :ui'l all rein turinl. l.'i A INI tin1 I" cai'i ITl I vili'n' :il me iiii'l hniilili' Iliva-tcil All in ilic ami II jn lii 1'i'n i i iiiiiiiienciiii; (lui Liiimu, -'liiMWiiii- and I'oulil'' I'na-ltilJ Siiitiai aii' iilti.ii tn r niaik' trmn clmii-c wvioli'ii-' HI all sowed 'Mill silk I! 1" HI hi" j.lh, Men's Top Coats TOP COATS perfect fitting, made from a flue grade of Covert French faced, oat in up-to-date fashions. While they last yon can take yonr choice for TOP COATS, in fabrics varied enough to suit all Whipcords, Coverts and styliali, superb tfannente in design, fabrics and tailoring. They are cut right, made right and priced right VBftY STYLISH TOP COATS of highest tailoring art, lined throughout with Mervilleux Silk, strapped aeams, stitched edge, foil square shoulders all the new, snappy lengths, everything df-noting ewellen-'O of quality and absolute cortectnesB of style. For ihe remarkably low price. HATS AND CAPS. We call yonr attention to the largest and choicest stock of Hate and dips for Men or Boys in Northern Indiana. A saving to you ot 30 to 25 per ceoVin ibis department. No noed to pay extortionate prices when ym seethe line'md ex- nmine the quality of the Hats we are showing at. Boys' Long Pants Suits. Excellent All-Wool Suits, in all the popular new shades, lilue, liroivn and Mixed Cbeviots, well made and trimmed and very dressy; to 18 years. Price commencing now All-Wool Suitings, iu the new and styliuli Club Checks. Neat Plaids, medium and light colors, Q made uud perfect to years. I'rice commencing now An Elegant Assortment of Very Fashionable Huttings, made up in Club Checks, Over- plaids and Mixed Cheviots aud Worsteds; they embody in the fullest degree all the best points uf quality aud elegauw. THwe are exceptional values at or Boys' Shirts. Km of the greategl that have evar been shuwh in the line of Negligee See our win- .SI dow display; valww among tliein at Our invariable guarantee with every purchase. Satisfaction or your money back, We pride our- selves on adver- tising exactly what we intend Quali Prices the lowest, Little Prices But Big: Values, Our i   

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