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   Fort Wayne Sentinel, The (Newspaper) - April 16, 1898, Fort Wayne, Indiana                               W The Only Exclusive rt Boys' and Children's Clothing Parlor la Fort Wayne. We areahowingexclusive Novelties in Children's Middy Suits, Blouse Suits and Reefer Suits From 3 to IO years for 82.OO up to Children's Double Breasted Suitsfrom 7 to-16 years for S1.60 up to Boys' Long Pants Suits from 11 to 19 for 84.OO Boys' and Children's Caps from 25c up. New styles in Boys' Waists. In fact, everything complete for Boys' Attire can i be found in our Boys' and Children's Parlor. FREE with any Suit, either a Base Ball, t, Mask or Clove. From up, either of them, or one of our Yale Cameras with complete r Printing Outfit._____________________ Headquarters -FOR- Boys' and Children's Ephriro-I don't fink yo' ought toe btinfe er bill until yo, cmres Henrietta. Dude Doctor-WiBfjil' Uo Mistd Epbrim' I fought 1 wonJd git ahold ob do nndertaltah HONORED MR. The Men Esteem for Tbeir Kv-Cliief. Ulni tlie Keilplent of a nimble Jewel Jud uu Amiln. uf the Ball. Yesterday wab the birthday of J. VV. Clark, of the Pennsylvania, and the men who were his subordinates during the twenty-six years of his service as trainmaster of division C' made the anniversary all tho more memorable by expressing in an em- obatic and very appropriate manner 'he high regard they entertain for him. Several weeki when Mr. Clark retired from the office of trainmaster to acvept the position he now fills, the conductors, brake- men and station agents .on the di vision over which he had presided 10 long, decided that they wonld show their appreciation of him ind gratitude for the many friendly deeds he had performed for them in t more substantial manner than by residence is Fort Wayne, there are few of our citizens -who know any- thing about his early life. This is due entirely to his reluctance to talk about himself, though fret- to converse upon other subjects. A brief biographical sketch, compiled from U. A. H and railway records and the recollections ot men who have known him nearly all his lite, will not, therefore, U- out, of place here. Mr. Clark is a native of the Buck- eye state, and with the oxceptioo of nearly live yearV .service m the army during the war of the rebel- lion, his entire life since Ins eight (tenth birthday, has lieen devoted to railroading His first service in line wns in the when he became a brakeman on the first rail- way in central' 'bio, a road extend- ing from Mansfield to which is now a part of the Balti- more Ohio system. When the I'lttsburg, Fort Wayne  in Fort W.tvne to com- the lif.anl nt liiMlth vork in unking tests of dairy cattle nd inf.nrited thiit work was better one hen: than in any other place n Indiana The gentlemen went to lien' homo.-, narly today SENT FOR PITCH. 'Gnat" tu Itcport in 'ltrt ject the establishment there ot an institution of this character. The Walker hotel has been purchased and is to be fitted up into associa- tion quarters, tho entire expense to be borne by tho railway companies whose lines center in Portland. There are now 1HO railroad Y. M. C. A. associations in tho United States, and of this numlier forty-nine own their buildings. Last year there was paid out by all for maintenance, supplies, etc. Of this amount 75 iicr cont., or three-quar- ters, was paid by the railroad com- panies and i'5 per cent., or one- quarter, by the men. This shows ho happiest co-operation between unploycw and employer. HKSS' AH1> WILLABD SMITH'S NEW BPE150 OPENINGS." Mr. Clark was deeply affected, but managed to express thanks in a manner characteristic of tho man, and shortly after tho presentations the participants bade him good night and retired. Among the station agents who present at. the presentation were: A. J. Flaharty, of Bucyrns; J. D. of Upper Sandnsky; P. Ml Cook, of Kirby; W. S. Stronpe, of Dunkirk; William Watt, of Lafayette; D. C. Richmond, of Lima; C. M. Wood, of Eticta; J. A. 'Borkett, of Delphos; W, M, Flan- arty, of Van Wert; J. H. Culleu. of Convoy; J. w. Long well, of Dixon, and B. Weber, of Monroevllle. All of those men returned to their homes ou the limited, a special car being provided for their accommo- dation. Tho charm is a most boaatifnl jewel, being emblematic of both tho Knights Templar and Scottish Kite Degrees of Masonry. On the Scot- tish Kite side of the piece ore twelve diamonds, thrgc abovu, throe below kiwi tbiee: vh siiW. cany chair is an elugant bolstered in leather, and is exqusito in lioth design fabric. Notwtth8t.viiding Mr. Clark'slonj; presidency of tho Lake Shore and Michigan Southern railway to sue ceod Mr. Callawny. Tho annual meeting of the .stockholders of the Lake Shore will occur on May 4 and at the nevt meeting of tho directors Mr. Newman will be elected. Toledo Bee; "Joseph liaiugey, jr., has gone to New York to attend an important meeting of tho board of directors of the Wnbash. This meeting is of 'ispocial interest, to Toledo for tho reason that it understood that tho proposed now lino from Toledo to Montiwlier wil receive sjieeial attention. The thvci surveys which have recently lieon made have licen on file with tin New York owners of the road for some time. Tho members of tlit at the meeting now Philip Hess, who recently went to irie, Pa., to enlist in the navy, has >een assigned, as he anticipated, to he new warship, tho New Orleans. ie sent his clothing, which he had aken with him, back home, saying that he had donned the regulation garb of the American sailor, and ;hat'he wonld have no use for the clothing of a civilian, He had had his photograph taken sinco putting on ligncw uniform, and will soon send some to his friends at home. Will- ard Smith has also been assigned Awarded Highest Fair. DR? hero Diav trouble in hturo for 'lit- li-.im Uill I hit- lilllim llHKlt ltl> It Cluwl HIP Managt'i O'Meara this moniing sent telegram to Pitch ordering ,im to leport in Fort Wayne immedi- ,tdy and  ol Mmday. as the ingiiagci wants to the pei division of L'Cl'ipU. Yoitngstovvu IVIfgriim "Catcher who hails frjni Louisville, Ky., :iild certainly be :i fuottiirlit lavonte vere he inclined in that direction. As comedian he's a uval ot Peck .-.harp. President C. Powers of tlie Inter- ate league has assigned umpires tor he opening day as tollowt.: Colgan at i at Xew ('abtle, [alleity at Iiayton and Warner at ipringlield. Manager Strobcl, ol an- ioiiiiffs that with the beginning of jason, April ;to, Tuesdays and Fridays v ill be ladies' days, i )n those (lays all adifcs. whethei accompanied male icnrts or not. wid In- admitted flee. Manager Watkms, of the Washing- on team, oilers Pitchers Swaim and lui >.ilL' These are V.'C two that have held out and refused o siifit for the salary ollered lau is still in Toledo aud is practicing [ally with the Toledo team. Catcher Eddie Lynch, who w.is with Manstield last year, lias not aillxed Ins signatnti' to an Indfanapolis contract. Ie claims the Western leagueis wants urn to play for glory and a meal ticket. >ut that Nick Young has decided against him he must play in Indianap- olis OT quit the nauie. Wheeling involved m another mse ball tight and the situation is get- ;ing pretty warm down in the Nail City. Two different companies claim to own the newly purchased Ohio State eague tranchise, and a hot contest is on to determine which is the rightful claimant. It is indeed u cold day when Wheeling doesn't hsivu its troubles in haie ball. Toledo Commercial1 ''Manager is in receipt "I a letter 1'ioin Arlie Latham, the only king of j ushers in the basiness. Latham has fp 'lit the winter at Lynn, Mass, and would be pleased to play Inter-State ball this season, lie is an attraction any club can tillord to carry, lie is a good hitter, aclever base run- ner and infuses s quality of ginger into the game that is desirable. The only trouble with him is t his throwing arm has lost its cunning, which will probably put him out of the business. lie writes that arm is now all riuiit, but Manager Mrobfl says Arlie could not convince him of the truth of the sta'cmcnt an npii'ii- demon- stration." BARTLETT WANTS TO FIGHT Ccorglii Insist" TliKt Ho WwiiixtiToN. Apiil 16. lleprescnt- athes Hartlett, or (iwnna. und P.rninm, of I'ennsylvniii'i, who Mi- gttged in a pfrsonin i i lei on the lloorol the house V. .laj.whcu tin- latU'i denounced Mi li.utlctt ana liar, have not jet patched up then difference. Mr. Martlett insists upon an ex- planation and an apology, but the Pennsylvania member steadlastl) re- fuses to give an account of his, con duct. gentleman chose seconds yes- terday, Mr. liiiimiii selected Mr. Walker, ol Massachusetts, aid Mr. i! utlett I'hoobiir; Mi. Kerry, of .Is lil> ll'pU'sUlt.lt.W t" meet and settle tlu ir dillficnces. The belligcrt nts met HI the cloakroom of the hoii-p .md exchanged a tew bellicose words. Messrs Walker and try saw each other and sought to choose a third moinbci. who wo'iid ,ict i i tl'ccapacity of ,in aibltraloi. b'lt could (li'dd-1 on no on1 The liiriiilf ol each of the principal aiv ciidenvormg It. placate them Mr. Itarth'tt's suggestion that their dilliTHHt1 he sellh'd the lield ot honor has been dwonrHSfcd by mem, hers geii'-rallv. TEN EYCK BARRED. W urhl M (auuut IlifM In Hi.- llxulrj It.'ipilU Vcar. I'HILADBI.I'lllA, April lii E. II. Ten Kjck, tbe youmt winnei ot the, Diamond sculls Henley last yeai, when shown the Associated Press dis- patch Loudnii stating tliat Ins entry tor yiar's race been re- fused bj the Henley stewaids, said "1 am not surpiised to hear this. In tact, it h.ts Uoked a'l it they intended to I ar me out. The tact that no reason is given for my disqualifica- tion n algmiieaiit in itself. I am sinijilv no', wiinte I. an 1 that is all there .tbon'. Ten Kvck. tatliTot the oars- man. i-aid I'lus is (tii outrage an I an insult to the National Association of Aiuateut jiud I all be gnatly surprise! it some action is not taken by that Young Ten Ejek is ,i student in the dental department of the uuiverlty of I'enusylvau'a. He is> a member of the Pennsylvania club and it was stated today that he will surely com- pete in tin- national regatta to be held on tbe .Vhuylkdl river, luly :to, ELEPHANTS FOR WAR. CiniiH Otlvri. iliv in- of thi; Anlmaln. April in -A circus manager has ottered the war depart- ment twenty-live elephants, which he said would render good service to the government in Cuba in case of war. fomeof these animals have served in India, and neither the swamps nor underbrush iu Cuba would interfere with their utility. DIPLOMAT DEAD. Hon. Robert tanner Mlnlntvrto Trance, tn WASHINGTON, April -A telegram received at the state department this morning from Ambassador Porter states that the Hon. Itobert Md.ane, former minister to I'rance. died at Paris at ti o'clock tins morning He bad [been ill for some time and passed aw A Narrow Kscnpe. Thankful words written by Mrs. Ada E. Hart, of Oroton, S. Was taken with a bad cold which settled on my lungs cough set in and finally terminated in consump- tion. Four doctors gave me up, saying 1 could live but a short time. I gave myself up to my Savior, de- termined if I could not stay with my friends on earth, I would meet my absent ones abovo. My husband wns advised to got Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds, T gave it a trial, took in all bottles. It hat. cured me, and thank God 1 am saved ami now a wull and healthy woman." Trial bottles tree at Bros.' drug store. Regular sia; aud Guaranteed or price refunded. The Sure Lit Orippc Cure. Tncre is no use suffering from this dreadful malady if you will only get the right remedy. You arc having pain all through your hotly, your liver is out of order, have no appetite, no life or ambi- tion, have a bad cold, in fact are completely used up. Klectric Bit is tho only remedy that will give prompt and sure relief They act directly on vour liver, stomach and kidneys, tone tip the whole system and make you feel like a new They are guaranteed to cure or price refunded. For sale ai Dreier it Bros. drug store, only 50 cents por bottle. Biicklcn's Aruicli Salve. The best salvo in tho world foi rats, bruises, sores, ulcers, sal' rheum, fever .sores, tetter, chappoc hands, chilbUuiig, corns, and al skin eruptions, and positively cures piles., or no ]iay required. It isguar iinteed to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded. Price 25 cents por "bos, For sale by Dreier Bro territory. make of taint, find biet rli--. Bell at smht; city t-r eotmtr.v, -nt actuallj tfettiiwincti, so you. Ow 'nt, un.I flr-t month medium prieo. Try ono pound. Dr. B. A. Stockdale SPECIALIST. Cures Chronic Catarrh and all diseases of Nose Throat, Lungs and Stomach. to 11 n t to K p. in. in to 5 and Dr. B. A. Stockdale W. Washington St., Fort Wayne, Ind Not in Ofhw nntl Thurs. SUES PRINTERS UNION. (.i-ursc s IInull.. Itclne Tlirnnn (till Wnrh. I'ES MOINKS, In. April H'i -A suit has been Tiled in the d'strict couit of I'oik enmity .isanibt the Monies I ypnpraphiiMl nmoii in which (ieorgr Hughes asks lui -TilKKi ilamages, thai the members of the union have tlimwu him out (.1 woik beciluse be is not it membei This is the most inictunnion l.ibnr suit started in and il FOR SAl-E. 1 nud If winch, oppoiicnt-H rliiim.-.! was a bnlk. t a prpeedent will bt f 49 YBAKS TUB STAMDARa N-yintinr, on tlif cimlraiy. argued tliat it WiM hm nsnill niftliod "I the ball, and ae nmpiirs wxaiiA- (ict your done at tho lily The same tide vvill in ike Ilacyclo Headquarters. We also inteherslike C'uppy. of theClevcUmU. i have u full lint! of siijipluw cease dilatory tacttcasuch iis have dii and a iMUfcLlty of 300 at! ofer Uw.cyunti j H M Cluion tbe ball too' iutijt. for ttc impost1 Htf WH. of delaying the cancalls bulk .Home City Sunday .pedal" train bHW nmy at tn. Only .iiic AVOID OI-KBATIO. I Ira Jje'den, the outSeMer. established which will woik with the iinlou.s. Mr. 11 be makes his IIMIIC a pi inti'i. but that lie been lorcert niilol woik in several positions because "t the malieuiiis actions ol the union lie wa-. a I'litirli'i meml'iM the Oes Monies union, bill withdiew will1 the minority at the time til the Mate head el strike in Thr others returned to the union, but he has not done so. Mr. Hughes is widely known yf "Aiiciont SM.K IM I inrlii-lil F'oliSM.h hl.irk dntinit innm 6 olil, <-iu Im.ke Cull nt tte-t Mai 11 col want montr on Mnotia r nw "nii" Bret AnUnl umti. 3. ArcndA, npstairs. FMili I hup Ill if -001 mtKlr-ni in tini-hed in iiiiarH n "str.i liarxm .1 nidi II euro Viilini.1 riK trndc. farm, on M ,tiT" fnrni itt" HJ" itrrn rnrms, in .u n- rm tlin 41. ,i( m and _ Mn.iH fnr tfrtrriPninc All in .ill IlirriU fnrsnlf. B. t'. wttnvxr A F. St dri Iml proiwrtjr 1 Btiriy WnjhinKtoiigtrM .IcITni -ttrwl, Hlid Cmffhli ItftWal'l Scutli HarriM -Irwl. I'nirflHdinoolio. Brandrljf W Thinl Hmdrieki Vamnt mMilino, l.ako-ido Paik mlditi iiddiliiin tfniMM to wnt an toiihur Wilsou. flrtl floor i C.mrt itiwt. 31ti s V1.I-; t.nltlt (i 1 ticii'i jfc I'll. K.ll'i 0 r i-.lTn inn   -j- npsttim. 1'AMEli 4 -i mmn tvi wi.tk.nin-t W ayn  cluln III" rlai li} ill work sbi at J.tt {farmer fctz lo IMI-I :i II HI West Si. lit.' riii-.inii'k, ,1. Buck. Srniitxi 1414 Two jouo mil twu lad In-'. I'AM'KH IiitflliK.at mi.Idle liiilj f..i cbaiu-t- Kimt.i a. No. Wt-t Mni'i reel Kxpert wntch. cluck and jwftjrj repiiinuK. nt E. Malu J.Dcuf, watrhmaktr. formnrly with M h.mwwork. im- nifuiflteh only comMWut girl Northeast corner Waslnngtou and Col- 
                            

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