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   Fort Wayne Sentinel (Newspaper) - May 28, 1898, Fort Wayne, Indiana                                 í  New York Store. Established I860  CLEAN  There's a cool, clean freshness all over the house when the floors are covered with matting, and it's a cheap luxury that pays directly after it's down." Japanese and China Mattings, new fresh one come rolling into the store—plain and fancies  Prices 12 I-2c up to 40c yd.  SHIRT  WAIÍS.T IXEWS.  Iliiit-^ of the bright, drs.ssy  Waists of Slimmer Wasli Fabrics  Opened for you to cbooso from at  very little prices for sach good Waists.  SATURDAY, MAY 28,|t898.  OU» TEI.E]PHON13Si  «astness Omc« - Ho. 173.  Kdltorlal Boon»» ...... Jfo. 650.  Tlie Weather.  Washington, May 28.—For Indi-ara: Fair tonight and Sunday; cooler tonight, fresh westerly winds.  Waists of Laispct Cloths and Domestic Organdies, full fronts, detachable cullars.  Waists of «'^i-jjaiKlios, Ginghams, Percales and Madras Cloths, luU iro7't.s.  AT Si.CO. Waists of Iiiiportod Gingh.\ms, Frcnch Organdies and D:mities, tucked backs and fronts.  AT 50c. AT 75c.  WOA'IBIN'S SUlMMHf^ ORHSSBS.  Newly opened—Kepjirate Waists ard Skirts, made of Organdies, ].i:iv.'ns anJ Pc. c  Pi i ces S! .25 up to S3.50 each.  V O Lv-s ¿  going: to get con-so, send him to us and we will fit him out with our fiat we had made especiaiiv for said occasion.  As for Boys' Shirts, Collars  Vv^e carry a very large line at veiy low prices.  íirmeú?  sí^—  THE  96 Calhoun Street.  Opposite Fruit House.  1 Fii i!i[ mm.\i  CA Pi TAL-  Cor. Mairi and Court St.  LOANS TG  NEWS NOTES.  Ilarry Rubin, of Payne, Ohio, was in the city yesterday.  K. B. Kimball, of Auburn, looked after ])usiness interests here yesterday.  The Peoples store will close at noon Monday, on account of Decoration Day.  Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Roose, of Ed-gerton, Ohio, visited friends here yesterday.  The White Fruit House will be closed at noon Monday, on account of Decoration Day.  Mrs. W. B. Nimmons, Mrs. G. E. Gardmer and James D. Dailey, of Bluiicon, were in the cit y yesterday.  James O'Connor, of Dallas, Texas, is the guest of his brother, Barney O'CJonnor. Mr. O'Connor will leave for New York city tomorrow.  Tiie commencement exercises of the Westminster seminary will be held on June 5, G, 7 and 8. Dr. Moi fat will prcacli the baccalaureate sermon.  Mrs. James A. Armstrong and son, Donald, who have been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Van Perrine, left yesterday for Yellow Springs, Ohio, for a visit.  Chris Keefor has been awarded the contract to cut and set all the curbing to be ])laced by the Alcatrar. Construction compan}'' along the streets to be ]>avod.  Miss Minuie Baals, wlio li;i.s been the guest of her aunt, Mrs. A. R. Loag, leaves today for Indianapolis,  d )re—a daughter.  , Seidel Bros, will furnish the mail carriers with new caps.  Mrs. Mhary Wilmington spent) the week visiting friends at Prospect,  William Meydr, the hatter, today calebrated his birthday annivef^ry;  Mrs. William Caps, nee Miss Alice Taylor, of Kansas City, is visiting her mother in this city. She will probably remain here all summer.  Mr. and Mrs. P. i\ Cunningham  Honors for the Soldier Heroes Tent band. Following is the pro-  , ^ I gram to he observed at the North-  WliO| K^ave Departed. | side park:  Prjsident, Lieut. Chris. Zollinger.  memorial Services in Fort Wayne Under Invocation..... .................Rev. SpeUaian  I . Son«— America'.......................Audience !  tlie Auispices of Col. S. WaUter Address..................Comrade 1. N. iledskcr ■  „ „ I Addresis................Comrnde K. (i. Anderson •  Carap, Sons of ^ eterans. Son)?—"Nearer My Uod to Tlioe"......Audience ;  ' --¡Address................ComTado H. W. Dickman  Memorial day and Decoration day  JJenedictiou. decorating committees.  As is the custom, committees to  observances will have more impres-siveness this year than usual. The nation is at war with a foreign fee,  and thousands of young men, most • perform the duty of decorating the  and children, of No. 115 Baker i of whom as members of the state graves of soldiers of the various  street, have gone to Logansport, j military organizations have gone to cemeteries, have been appointed.  where they will visit for a month the front as their fathers did in the ^hey are as follows :  with friends. dark days from '61 to '65. Hereto-  ^ ,,, - fore these young men have taken  Miss Hayes, Miss Montgomery . . t ♦ ;-u ,4.^  and the critic teachers of the Model ^^ the annual tributs to the street Monday morning. May 30, at  training school, gave a bicycle party «  to Robison paric this afternoon, in their absence this year will be strik- ^^^ t-ne graves at Lindenwood :  ing- I Wm. Doaald, J. N. Kress, Wm.  Memorial services will be held this Moore, John holiday, J. Ryan, F. year under the auspices of Col. E. S. | JMiller; J. Merlett, C. Frost,  Lindenwood—The following committee will meet at No. 62 Clinton  honor of Miss DeKuea,' of Huntington, who is the guest of Miss Montgomery.  Caused  CHiLD WRECKS.  by lÄUorant Selection  Coke» Dandrair core and Hair Tonic, warranted to core dandniff, or money refunded. lu oonoe bottle, price $1.00. Sold \ j Grbes & Pellens. 14-tf  Golden flio is the best coffee for the mone^ sold.  Try it. _28eoitf  Miss Hituker's closing reception and exhibition of fancy dances in cos turn will be given on Friday evening, June 3d, at 7 :30 o'clock, 10 and 12 West Wayne street. All former pupils are invited to attend without further notice. 27-28-30-1  For Sale.  1,000 Vushels choice Michigan potatoes. Nice large white stock. Wholesale and retail. 18-tf , A. Kalbacher.  Walker Camp, Sons of Vetfrraos, and every prepnration has been  Sauer, IL T. Hite, H. McMaken, C. Ehrman, A. W. Pierce, A. Kintz,  of  Ignorant Food.  One of the most Divine traits in mankind is the love for and care of the little folks. To furnish them good nourishing food is to supply the wherevv.th to build the little bodies into healthy and sturdy men and women. Parents who thoughtlessly give ooft'eo to growing children will wee the day when they would give anything on earth to be rid of the regret for the weakness and frequent sick spells of the children, caused by the alkaloids of coffee. Give the children Postum Food Coffee, the famous food drink, which goes directly to nourish and strengthen child or adult, and v/hen in after days you glory in their strength and ability, you can remember with pride that your intelligence and care about the food and drink in rlieir childhood made the sturdy men if.nd women they are. It is criminal to be careless. It pays well to give children nourishing liquid food like Pcstum.  The person who found the collarette last Saturday evening is known.  made for afitiitig observance of the : T. Bly, J. Stanford, C. Liaxfield, C. nation's sol-unn tribute to those of j F. Close, E. Stoneburner, M. Gay, its defenders who have gore to the ! T, Gel!or, A. H.-Dougall, C. Gris-last long bivouac. j wold, J. W. Kaden, F. W. Keel, C.  Tbe following is the executive j Fyke, H. H. Carey, J. E. Corlett, committee of the cam]> which has Frank Alderman, J. Lombard, J.  had the preparations in cliarge. : T. W. Blair, chairniaii ; E i. C. Close, secretary ; Edwin Brisker, tronsurer ; E. H. Bookwaltor, I. N. Airdsker, Charles Crou?e. Walter CKito, E Ct. Anderson and J. V. Ililer.  THE tiKRVICErf.  The various services which will be held arc ììs follows :  Sunday, ^^ay at 10:;50a. m.—  M. Koyser, A. F.. Walters, J. W. Vordermark, A. R. McCurdy, C. Bricker, P. Dickison, G. W. Al-uricli, -T. V. Hiler, E. G. Anderson, L^vi Miller. J. Henrv, W. McClel-lan, W. F. Myers.  St. Johu'd and Prärie Grovo Cemeteries—The following committee will meet; at No. G"J Clinton street at ."j a. m. and liroceed to the above staled ceinetf-ries aD'I perform the  Memorial services at Piymouth Con-^^ decorating: Theodore  Kov. J. S.  Fe](s, William Bislioff, J. Mos-ad.y, Mny at 2 p. m.-|  onnl at tue ^h^^vnic iîatbolic Cemetery—The following  , - ... . „ T,,, I To avoid trouble please return to  where i-uo will remain a lev,- davs 1 ,, t ^ , J. , ■ ,-,1 • Madison streer;.  bet'jro reiurtiiiiq to Uuicairo.  Salaried People,  Pays inioro.'-'it on tiyyic of $1.00 and upwards.  dc-Tjosîts  (Lacííes' o^ €;ent5em©n} on t h e i r c w n n a ni e s.  Leans Dìade at  i .ni I-i f.';-1.  roasoí.'íiljlíí raie o  T i r.  iûi I  r.r-.n-A-^r  nnüiiUl.  IPS  m  ►•í'lt on fasy faymenis.  ¡':o o'i Smif.!! S  fîosses  I liave r!ii'i':o <);i ^¡ni (.¡i S :., cu-o h:ncii  f¡-()i>¡ siine! cu:'. l'rir" , ' m il' tsii n-  iiirnt,, balann; en ;..................."iNi! ''-.li. i '.mvi  ;k'1.-c II) .-liii . V; ; Ilo I..1' 1 1 \Sij  PH3L5P VWTGS, C arreen cor,  N. ILror. Oiiv îr ; lui iMi.iiy .->  A BIO BAROMN,  A t  • ■ ' (.1,1.  filli î(.!.  Mlii'- '-¡'l'-r il  ni-- il,¡.-rare cli  Ik"  LOUIS F. CURDBS,  s and 5 l'ixloy-Long Blcr-k.  THIQ  ä. a ä  '^piCSiili-] a grocory want that  ^ (MI:."í: :.iO lilicil.  Olir s!"oek is completo. We tíike pride in it up-to-date and full  of the voi-y best groceries aiid meats money can buv.  TRY US.  EVE RYTH ¡!\'a RS T CLASS.  J kj rk k  Both Phone- -íl-u  »n. "ç  H.  iO-4  ri  w. Rorrv Street.  un  \Vc of/cr your cholcc c/ twenty -y . > (y les of fin c in ipo ri = Cil Chc^.'iot Suitings. l 'ir $30 and $35 vn/ncs for  Thc v. 'orkn -¡nnsJiJp ¿incl trim niings of the very is höhest order and ii pcrfcci in ting, stylish suit of clothes guaranteed.  ees  W' e ha ve just received some special new things in fine Pantings, exclusive styles and rich colorings v*^hicli wc are able to make at $7, $8 and $10, Step in and look them over.  ^ Miirrrrtfi*'*" WL "sSsesb*"^**^  19  Popular Tailors.  Dr. A. H. iShaft'er, of Huntington, w<is ill Fort Wayno yesterdc>y. The doctor and wife exiject to go. to Denver, Col., in a few days to attend the national medical ineeting. They will leave Hunting June 4.  Mrs. Elizabeth Nindc, who hiis been very ill at tlio Iiome of her daughter, ISlrs. T. J. Dills, in Pomona, Cal., Ii'is p.'issed the crisis of the discaííe and is on the road to recovery. Dr. Dills vv-ill li^ivo next TuG.-'.daj' for tliis city.  The Your^g Ladies society of Zion Lut^lif-iran cliurcii gave an ontertain-mont for tlioir jiiombors last evening a r tlioir hall on Force street. After the ex:t<^rtainment su])por was served in tlireo courses, to wliich the ladies did ample jusiicv;.  The Daughters of Workmen vrill gi\e an cr'iiortainment ac K. of P. iiall, oM J-Ii-.!, Barry sircot. next Tuesday ovonini.''. The ]>rogram will bo iin/Ier the m inagemont of Prof. Willets and will no doubt pie -,CO. A bhort dauco p7'Ggram will folio \v.  Aloyyius Kle.inreiebert, of Now Ha von, mot v-.ith an a.c''.'i lent wbile at work in the t-tavo factory at that place yo-tereny that v.ili ci'ijjplG him for lif.o. In some rniianer liis handciiugbt in oiie o¿ tbe maehines and i 'ur iingers vs-ere cut off. He was brought to tins city and taken to the St. Josej>h liosjiital, v/iioro lie was attended liy Dr. W. II. Myers.  Miss Caroline Colvin, ol' tbo High school corp.s of i)istructors, has been honored. Miss Colvin has justbec-n notified that she has been given a fellowship in the University of Pennsylvania, locarcd in Philadelphia. The foliovrsliiy is for three years and besides the opportinnty for study, lias tlie additional gratuity of funds witli v,-hich to defray ex])enses No teacbing is connccted vs'ith the work. Miss Colvin has the degree of A. B. and will work for ! Ph^ D.  j Under the caption, Could  1 Use Him, ' ' the Youngstown Telegram says : "Fred Cooke, vrho last year managed the Fort Wayno te.am for a time, has boon released and 'tis said on account of t'no frigidity that existed between the ex-nii-.nagor and Manager < )'Meara. Cooke is a fast liolder and there is not better, btrcjngor tbrowing arTu in the luter-Htatc leango tbuii iiis. He has always been a tinioly liitter and one of those never die players, who are always in the game to win. Ho would certainly maleo a valuable addition to the local team and 'tis said he can Ijc secured. "  Strawberries -Sc Quart Thi.s Af-tcrifooji.  At ! o'clock this afteriiuon vre received, via express, fresh lot riice, fanry Illinois Berries, down to 8c (|uart.  Lirge Pino A)>plcs, 18c each.  California A]n-icots. He dozen.  (JaliiOrnia Cherries, 15c lb.  Fresh i?eas, 4c ; Wax Beans, Ciciit.  Large Cucumbe'-s, for IC'c.  Florida Tomatoes, ]üclb.  Larice Nonv l'otíitoes, .'iòc pock.  ].iaigo Now ])eok.  ¥.'ìI!TH  »»«OM^Y TO LO-An real estato or personai security. C. F. PFEiFFEfì, Rooms 6-7, sBass BIk. '¿of  IJc.st City S JOIM-, Jiíirrcí.  !5(\st, ^iichig.-xu I'otatocs, .SOc liiishcl.  New filrass Butter, 10c.  Best Shoulders, BVc ; lla-ms, 'Jc.  Clioico Smoked Bacon, Sc jit.  (Jlioico l..ouisiana Bice, 4c lb.  Sail Dried Peaehcs, l;: lb.  New California Kaisins, Ic !b.  Santa Clara Prunes, 5c Ih.  l-aked Beans in Tomato Sauce, Z Ii. cans, Of-.  New Alaska Red Salmon, iOc cau.  (ienuino (.íeorgi;i lìaiik Codíi-5ü, Oj lb.  White Fuuít House.  IV!3mfoers of Summit City Lodge S^o. Í F. & A. are recfuested to meet at the Masonic Tempie Sunday noon to participate in the fune^aS of our deceased brother^ John Siater, who wilt be buried at l^e^jer's Corners.  J. Vif. íV¡cCAIiSLAS^§D,  w. m.  Tliere'lJ Coiue, a Tim« When you will Vv^ant your carpets cleaned. Send tliem the Zimmer Carpet Cleaning Co. 'Phono -190.  gregattoaal chuTch. Ainslie, ]);ii-fnr.  Su Memoj Temple.  Monday, May 30, at 10 :()0 a. ni.— Memorial exercises at north side soldiers' monument.  Monday, May :50, at 2 :30 p. m.— Oilicial observance of iNiemoriol Day at Lindenwood.  AT .U.VL-O.Nie TfcJ.MI'LE.  The usual memorial services will be held Sunday afternoon, at 2 :30 o'clock, at the Masonic Temple. The program is as follows :  10 Da.v. Capt. W. r". (iollcr.  Geiler, ( ì 'ortre Brower, Charles  High Quality; Moderate Price—Colaen Rio. 28eodtf  We offer honest bargains in all grades of Wall Paper. Inspect our elaborate stock, which cannot fail to please.  Heine & Israel,  7-tf 123 Broadway.  ïVIOrâEY TO LOAN On city property at 5 per cent, interest. Schräder & WHson, 7 Court St. 30tf  Neat and nobby are the patterns, and a perfect fit guaranteed, in our spring snit.s. G. Schmidt, Merchant Tailor, TO E. Mam f-treet. lltf  Forget-Me-Nots, conce:t and dance by Wayne Tent ban^l ;;t Broadway theatre May 30 and 01. Tickets, inclndiijg ice cream, ir» conts. •Jt;-:iS-30  Over 1,500  HOME TELEPHONES  .^^INiow in LJse in this Gity»^^  The Following is a list of the New Subscribers to the Home Telephone Company since the publication of the last book March 15th.  [Su'iscribori will please cut this list out and paste it in tl e proper { laces in tl eir bool s.l  1230 Main. Adams C. C. 12 21 Main. Ahlersmeyer Wm. 5 SS Muin, American Bill File Co.  B  1158 Main. B^ichtel Samuel K.  1016 Main. Banning Carina Dr. Mrs.  813 Main. Silver King  995 Main. Baum Joseph  102 Main. Baxter & Tarmon  473 Main. Benton D. L,  1165 Main. Berghoff August  192 Main. Boerger G. W.  919 Main. Booster Fred H.  3G i South. Bradley R. A.  1 ts South. Brandt D.  12.-3 Main. Brown W. A.  GSS Main. Buuck & Co.  12G5 Main. Buxton A. J.  Res. 311 E.Lewis  Res. Cor Winch & Pioneer  Offi -o 23 Bank Blcck  Res. Cor. Washington & Nelson Rfs. 152 E. Eerr/  Saloon 25 Calhoun  Res. Room 3, Arcade Blk  Machinists 72 Barr  Drugs. 332 W. Main  Res. 467 E. Washington  Real Estate & Ins. 76 Calhoun  Pro-iileiit of Itil: i>iliict<M .... Scili -—""Ann'ric.'. Sci'i pt ui-!- : •■a',1 i -j-r :  Soil ■•Til!' ii, ■■ .■•.  1 1.  ii')i'.>uc I'  ■I  Cokien f=?fO-'"Your money's  worth. L'6eodti  írEÑTLEM.IÍN.  You all appreciato nicely made and trimniGd clothes. Yon feel bot-rer'in them. We can satisfy you. 24t5 TriiK-ME Bros., Tailors.  BCE SOGSAL,  By the Young Peopse's Society of the St. Johii'o Rg-fcr.Tred church, ccr. Wash" ington and Webster Sts-, !fv\'onday evening. AM are cerdiaHy invifed.  Ask your gt-ocer foe-Colden i^ic and take no other.  "snodtf  ■■lie •■ ; ...... 1:(>V. SI,.TI -,111 r..\\r.l  Sen,-,'- ""'i'lii-.v [) iij II. i r ('<>!:in r,'. s i.'li,: '  ......... ......................\«a!e (J.l'il't«''  T. \V. HIair. A. i!, ('.■awfonl. ii.'v. L. h. I 'l aiiir. h(i ( '. Clc f.  A(i(li'i'>s •"Our .......Kcv. .V. K. /'artiniMi  (i.uiaiit ])(>>•.--in Islnc".........  .......................Kiii"r-,i:i <,>ii:irli't  •■|^■ltI•i<lIi^^u"____iii'V. .V, . iiailii'i,'! r  attlti li.\;ii:i <'.'■ ihc I:'>;'Uhlic'  ................................\ll.llCMCO  ■■ill 1 M ,.! \\ ! rii~l ■■.............  .................(..'u i:.  •p.i . , ■ ■- . ! : !ir Dew '.......  ..................................I I. : : ti-1  ■■Ar , i'';!- rn-. !-.. -  ...... ....i;,.v. M. ;■;. i;,-all  N,'¡i i - : : Di:'«-' .  i;; .......... íii>\ . .). S. .11 a-: ¡I-  Siiii  SOIIL,-  iioticc.  To the ofilcors and members of Kekiouga. council, No. National Union.  The J'uneral of our late friend, John Slater, v.'ill occur tomorrow, Sunday, May 2Utb, at 1-J:30 o'clock from the residonco. lUi) Fairlield avenue. S. MeAvK,  W. S. Cl'Tsiiai.l, President.  Secretary.  Strong, rich, Co!den  fragrant---  2yeodtf  PAii.xbi: A'^ i,' !.'.NF. ov :mAlien,  Tho lieooraii«""! day p:¡rade -^^ill take place a.^i usual in the afuu-nooi", movin^r from the })!ace of lormatio?.! pri.):ii])tly at 1 :L!0. Tiie ])arado. ir i?; expected, -will be ono of the mo^t imposing ever í-.u-ji in Fi-rt V-'.yno. Oji j feature ( L tlie ¡>ar:ivlo Avill bf ■sii-raiiicantly c:i>nsij:cuoiis ])y ir-i ab-soTsee. T'ie Tnilifary f;onii)aráes of For;; Wa.vixt;?, \\nj iia ve alv/a^-s hen;-tofore borne .'^ucb- a prominent jKirt in iionoiin¡4- the lioroes of tho b'j.te vrar, are absent. They are olí thom-selveG to V7ar, but the veterans with wh3i:i thc-y have marched on so many of these annual occasions will remember thom in their soldirr hearts. is tho format u^u  of the parade :  chikf 31.\!;s!;al.  coi-'iasUteo Vvill meet Monday morning at 7 o'clock at No. 62 Clinton street : Patrie Ryan, Dennis Mona-han, Charles Dolan.  Lutheran Cometery—A committee consisting of Captain Charles Reese and Harry Current will i)erform these rtcr'.nces at 7 a. m.  SLNDAV :\10UN*IN(i SlílíVH'ES.  All soldier organizations and their auxiliaries arc requested to meet at theii- respective lodge rooms at 9 :',iO o'cioclc i;- r.iornin^ iind procced  to Plymoutn Ccngreg-ational church, where memorial ;-orvicos Vy-ill lie held. Thr-y will also attend services Sunday a iter aeon at 2 o'clock, at Mio Mas')i:;;3 Temple, where ¡-eats will be res(irved f<:)r the!)i.  Ask yo'jr for Golden  P.io Pac;kii?:3 Coliae. 2,seodtf  I Money to Loan! |  < EASY I  CRAND OPENING.  Joe W. Ben wii! show the finest ll.^.e of Carriages ever shown in Fort Wayne Thss afternoon and evening Everybody invited. 27t2  loi- sale.  The Young Men'a Christian a.^'.s o-ciation biiib-Ling and lot 40x100 feat. Price $23,000 Inquire or write to W. E. Clapeiam, Pres.,  27tf Pixloy-Bong BIdg.  FranR  S< •]e ROTiresentative, 5 E. Borrv Sc. Fort Wavne.  strictly I iir;li-e< r:\do.  v^oiw  STi'IÜCTLY PRIVATE.  Lo.-in.-; î)îado on liCaiseheld  >  % oreru' porsnr:il ])ro])Hi-îy c.n a  i . -.V rJ.-vi-PLAN." (^ive us îri.'ubîo to o?:: Ì p'ti.  PAVMHINT No  ! 11  I ÍNDUM4 mKUm LOAN CO,,  *> Uooi.M .1'^iKÌ Floor.  >  FOR F:EMr.  House, 39 O^ouglas avenue, ail modern improve-monts; also house at iSi fi/ScCieHan street, eSght rooms. House î\lIo. 40 Kinea street, on monthly payments; a bargain. AppEy to 37 Douglas avenue.  Hiîve you tried it? Rio.  Coiden  2Neodtf  I-ief^E:  xasï'so««*'**""  i' the niauy o:;coplioii  \1 hai-:  raillé  Avo a lew bo ii.ail.  Í ; 1 ii-p. roiinis ; sumnir"!- kitclK'n. nam  ;i:ni .-'1.-.J-. (Irainai'O au<i ~uw(Tatall 1>it .iii :>iniili .-ir.'iil  l,'(iu~e 7 i-n.im.,^ : ^unlIllBr kitc!i<^a, i^ood l>arii, fill! ¡'It (la i'.irk avriiiic. iN"iir<; l,:a )  Siofti liuildiiiii with I iiicn liviiier ro'uns on .«i^cojiil lloor. i,'i).'>d c-o.'i'iitiuii on we.-t .'^ido (if ( ■,ilh<)U!i -treot.  iiiptisc I fc/oais; fui) loi. iTdii'l !);iiii on Fiiio.s}i.< av,^}init!. .\ very iiicj South Waviiri I'r^ uloiiia,'.  I.Olson Cn-tcr arciuir, tviuiioii avtiiuo, IO. V/.i: ■■ '•>ctui."i many oth"r ¡|-:CO-ui your  ov i! figure.  GIVE ME AN OFFER.  Do V'>n vi-anf lo .-■cl)'.' PJacf jour property l'or lA'il !i inc\  Q. W.  5  on! a  Fif-o, l.,ifo. Ph-ito !n.-r,rnac'  Aivnit. !-'- ;ary ¡'nhiio. Money to lo.an on irn)rL.s'a.';ij >ecnri'y. Otfiet! onun (.>venini,'s.  7Ó Calhoun St. Phone 192 main.  Moij'^y t.o ìoan o'i fnpti «ne i lity Tìeaì Katnte at the lijwe^i r-alo.^ oC intrro.«'t. VVn liRva the ; mtmi)y on htio.'l i.f> cI'i- m iojins at ours.  liie J. F Sciiti! Lo2e d isresimst Ce.,  Pi.Oi.>y-J.,oD« Hlock, jfi a is k. y s:.., - fort waytio, lod.  Dyspepsìa,  iìor.-' velj" cu)'B<]. (frciv^ir (ìrii)ifim'H J),yrtper-fiiH t imody is !i siKici'ic. Ono dof^e roiriovos atl -fsrf, Ktid n permauoiit curo of tlio nio.st cim-oìjìc Mid HfiVnrn casns is liuaranteod. j)o i:ot Biiffiir! A riO coni botilo v/il! ronvinoo fciio mof=t !iknpLif!<.l. uov.irj-3m  A. C. QOCKE, DruKSiist.  'joo \..\TÌ'. roll CS-assiimcation.  rooms; fías and  I 'iiiui"- il!'  L^oíi i?i;.\ r .i-i.-K or sev.-n « water: ccntr.iljy locate<!. j>;mIÍ<oii '^trc<'(.  K'"'.)!; rnCNT -Niroly luriii.-iluid n)oi>i, wilh or * V. itliiìul hoard ; all modern conVíinieure.s ; (oriris very reasoualjlo, at 2'J East \Viishin;iton struct. ,, '  f aiit. I). I'.d'.vi:! ll-. irker. ASSl^-'lWNT .MiSli.M.S.  (i. W. Stitcr. .), ha AV. íl.ij'.len. I '.i}.:. 1". W.  i. .•!'.-;.  riatoon o!' ro!i..", l'omtaa'.id" I liv ('a;.;aii! /)a- 'ie.-.  FIRST DINISl JN.  Form Oil I!oi'ry, ea.-1 of > ' in-. <n. ¡■ii.;Ill ro.-i i'lir mi  ( lit,; .Ml.  ( iiy ¡¡.nil!, llih-rnian liille-. Cap!. .). K. Ford. 1 I M l Wayne ( 1 ra.vs.  Üai'ii.-i CuarJ.-. < oiu-ofJi.a Cadeis.  SKCOXO DIVISION.  Form on !>'■. rr'.' l a-; of F ir.-, i'ii.'hi re.-^ti'i:? on Ha.rr.  Commai'dvi !r.- r;i;;rle- Klirman. a-.-i.-O'd i^it u! , Wni. \\ .iller a-'d r rne^l ('lo-e  Wa vne I'en; ( >. V. .M, Hand. Firiiu.'.-■.¡n^.d. ( ■.,:iinianded hy \V. K. Mei.^aü'. Sion S. i,a I'o-l Nil. !>, (1..V IF. ('oa,;nanded  ir, .iasHT Fd.sall. ( Wiii-er Ol ihf! Da,\'. Harvey liiie Col. I-:. . ; '0- a.lker < atrip .Vo. S. V. F. S,  Come :!-.;(!e,! hv Lieiw. 'Zoll i , • r. Camp "d, F don \'e!ei-,;n Le:,'ion, I oriiiiandeci . ol. W. a. Ih.ck. o. ; Day. 11. >. < 'ro-liv. .\nilK,ny Wayne I'o.-t N'o '.:■;!. C. .V. IF. Com-m üide.l i,.- i!. ( ,.ar(h ()nireroì Ih-. J)ay. iFMrFnrdy. ('arria^- - \\ di iorm on F.irr street, -oir.h ot l!.ji.,S. ].:!'( i-e-fini,'on l5e¡-r.\", a - l'i il low : N'etei a., i 'i ( 'oii\ i'.\unces . Hou. H. F. Seherer. Dr. ( . i! .Siemen. <'hap!;i¡i: 'l'. .). .I. lei^on. Capi. .\il,ni !»on-all. Capi . W. [■■. ( ielli^r, ( ^apl . IF !t. Ho,, i. wa 11 e r. Kov. !•:. K. !•',■,on,-. A. 11. Crawfor.i. ( apt. 1. W.  l;i.or. ( 'api. Kd ( < 'lo-e. Mi-^. .^F.d>. 1 (ielì<T. Mi-^ iiraeo Smith. Mi-s JiF-.y  City Con^eil. <'iti:'ori- in ( '.i rri.ii,-,  Assistant niarslials of tue parade are expected to report at the Ave lino liotol at 1 o'clock p. ni. sharp.  The parade Vvdil move promptly at 1 :;50 p. m. west on Berry street to Ptockhill street, nortti on Rcckhill street to Main street, thence west on Main street to Lindenwood cemetery.  AT laN'DENWOOD ci;.-\u-:TKiiV.  Tho ceremonioi at Lindenwood cometery will begin at ~ :30 o'clock. Following is the program to he observed :  I'ro.sident ol' the llay. Hon. 11. I'. i-'ei ¡oier. Cereinonii".-at Ceno!ph in Houor (.1 the Fr.-knouu F)<'ad.  lilMialistie I'lxorci-fs........................  ...............Col. F. S. Walker Caino. S. V.  Fra.\ '•!•..................................Chaphiin  •■Fineoln - ( iell> shui'f; .Address".............  ..........................Cap! .Mian Don-.ill  Sod;,' •■('over 'I'hem Over With Feanlilnl  I 'lo-,-, I'.'- ■.............................(^narlet  Di-eorat in;,- ( 'enot.aph.............Fy Lillh; ( iirl.>  .'•! iJ i la S;i!uti'.  KXKROISFS AT (iUAMD STAND.  I Miro ìnetorv lìeniarks...............Pre-iiliMi'  Crav. r.........................líev. K. !•;. {■¡■aim!  Soni,- ■Nf-ai-er Vy ÍN,.) lo The. ■.......\n<li¿nce  .Accorri eariieíl íiv W.i yno T<m I H.uiW.  \<ldres-.........................Dr. ( t-:. ra. eion  •■'.'"hei <• i;«-1 in ¡le- Shaiio ol' ilio  Trees '..............................< >nMrlet  .\d<he.-.s.......................Uev. T. .I.^linson  So,!- ■■r.r,*v.- Ili'.ul- f'oiever -till ' C)imrl.a  J)i!-í,-e.....................Korr Wayne- City F.-.n-;  üeni'dicíiou.  AT KOKTII SIDK tíOLDllCRS' MONUMENT.  An appropriato program has been arranged for Monday forenoon .at the soldiers' monument in North-side park. The exercises there will l)egin at 10 a. m. and it is the desire of tlie committee to make the observances one of tho features of tho day. A cordial invitation is extended to all soldiers/ tlieir families and to citizen« in general to attend those services. Tho procession will  .f;,-. <I:» Fif • 'V  MEYER CYCLE CO.,  :;s llarrFson Street  Fi,'ye!, ¡es  •paMlL;-'.  e  nenner blown in the bottle, nor burned in the back, hut firmly cast in the composa. Bell meta! steel plate is the guarantee for the  iii k  If you want the best call ¿ind vcriiy our statements, and sec the largest line of high-g;rade f^ianos ever shown in Fort Wavne.  32 Main.  11Ò7 Main.  •Jtiò Main.  1Í1Ú Main,  rr."! Main.  M. D.  Calvin Drs. Cherry W. Y. Chisholm Miner Cox P. E. Craw E. L.  5}'.' Main. Deeriog Harvester Co.  121! Main. Diamond Adolph  1-JI South. Doyle D.  O-s-"} Main. Drelbelbiss Rob't B.  sO 1 Main. Eckels W. J. ntj;> Main. Ehinger Fred 10li) Main. Everett W. E.  lilt' Idain. Fowler Harry 17s Main. Fort Wayne Trust Co.  o.-))] South. Gaskiiis Catherine Mrs.  I1--JÌ) Mnin. Gifford Clark  127 1 Main. Glasser Frank  10'">1 M:iin. Ciosenrino P.  7-- M-ain. Graffe C. F. iSL- Co.  7r;> Main. (ìreeusfelder A.  South. i.Tunkler John  Kes.  Res.  Res.  Res.  Grocery  Res.  Res.  Kes.  Saloon  Plumber  Res.  Office Res. Red. Res.  ItU Griffith 33 W. Williams Cor. John & Creighton 384 W. Main 110 E. Lewis '260 E. Lewis  71 W. Wayne ;î7 Madison a E. Main Cor. Berry & Harrison '.)',» Harrison  & G3 E. Columbia '.)9 E. Wayne 319 E. Creighton 7'.> W. Jefferson  Res. Res. Res.  Res. (Office  117 Cass •J50 Clinton GO Huffman  175 Madison Cor. Main tV Court  Res. Res. Res.  Commission House Tin .V Iron Works Broker Kes.  ISN W. Creighton Clay li>5 Hanna Harrison 132 Calhoun 1'.) Arcade Blk 34 Leith  H  Main. Harris Maude  •J98 Main. Harris Allen H  11-r Zdain. Ilartman Jacob  l-JÒO Main. D. L. Harding  •J5'.) South. Hayes D. K.  100 S,juth. Heine Fred C.  South, Hegerfeld Bros.  M D.  11 rr Ail in.  ■vr  iaia. 11'iO Main.  Howes James C. Hollenbacker L. C. Hous'jr D¿ivid E.  K  i".7o ]Main. Karns S. A. :.0I Main. Karns E. A. L'.j.t South. Ivernp M. W. L'i'.» South. Ivonsill Goo.  Klug Henry Ivoahlinger Gustav A. Ivre^bium Fre-.l Ivunl/. (reo. W.  Res. R  Res. Res. Res. Res.  I\Ieat Market  Res.  Res.  Res.  etc.  •J iO E. Washingtoa 31)6 Hanna 414 E. Wayne I7'.i W. Washington 23,0 W. De Wald 139 Wal: a co 281 E. Creighton 142 E. Lewis 111 Francis 200 Me' z  121^2 rviain. 11 D-. Main. 717 Maia. 2.'. ■ jFiin.  Pianos Ros. Res. Res. Kes, Kes.  Wall Paper, etc. Harness ^^ Saddlery  27 W. Main -2 W. Lewis 19 Indiana A\ e :;0 Sutteaßcld 2'>'.) E. Jefferson  10 Riverside  92 Barr  11 Hcirriscn  L  2-> Mdin. (■)2i") r^iai'F  V. s. Res. Res.. Res.  a?2d Upward.  I V nvi-aaii  ! m iü[ ili Pli......  For cííst ofí Clothes. Fiease íioiííy nse hy postal card rifAd i wiil calL S. FkUbleat, 76 Barr Si.  THE ABSTi^ÄCT OFTÜCE.  K^mí & CO., C^plHI stlüh.  AbSTract oí Tllies.  SW^ortr^aer© Loartö.  Laniifry W. Dr. Lai m jur L. B. 1.V5 S -uth. L:;rv7ill O. 1<', South. Lau Thomas 208 Mai-. L« hìcan Bot.ik Store 12^7 :,Iain L- S.igeTen Brock H. W. Res. OlG Miiin. Limllemann Henry ■.rJM Mtiin. Libbing L. J. 10r,3 Main. Lipes J. M. 3,9 South. Litt G. (>. 11,") i ^Jiiii. Lons: F. B.  J.oesch Seo. 11.  Re;  12i'l MT.U.  Í Ffc ^ South  Bosion .Seoial Parlors, -  ~ l'.i'.s Maiu.  74 Calhoun Street. Teeth EAtract:.^d and Filled Absolutely' With= out Pain or B id After Hifccts.  The Pride of Fort Wayne.  Vaudeville )  SHOWS  FREE SEATS.  OPENINC CAMES,  RoWson Park league.  Spy I tuns v.^. Keystones.  Riiles vs. Siiamrock-^.  First game calloJ at 1 :I5.  Afternoon and Evening  After tlio s^ow ;it Biind Stnnd in .'.■rovo. jMu-ic by P.irk Orchestra.  Boating, Bathing, Fishing Cafe and many other attractions.  A FEW P01t«TER8.  Be.st Toma toes, 10c can. Fancy LeTñons, 20c dozen, (iranulated Sugar, Gc lb. Standard A h^G It). Extra C 5 lb.  S. GANZER.  PIO PLATES  Tasie Advantage of oar remarkabJe low rates until June 1st.  FULL 5FT or TEEIii %ÌM  22k GOLD CROWNS, none beiter UM BKIi/GE WOKK OUH SIICIAITY m GOL(i FILltNliS 75c up  SiLVOR FILLINGS dk  TEliTi! EXTKACTEii vvithcut pain 25c VITALIZED m OR GAS 'Mc  Trotoctivo Ciiavaatoe for to Vear.s Given  NO CHARfiE FOK PAINLfcSS EXTRACT m WHEN TEETffARE ORDERED.  I l:a>i tcctii extriu-ioil ;it Biistou Denta I'ai^lors vi-it'iioui i.;iMt st'larl h ftf r pITects.  ML-C^i. A. ivMl.I.! !■:. il I.aviiia St. Hours ' a. m. lo s p. ui. Su -..I. y^uutil 1 p, ni.  .\ttr-nd:itit.  BOS I ON HKNTAIi l'ARLOIiS,  74 CALJiOllN ST.,  4;' '• MIi n. Malloy Franci s '.'•11 M iin. Markey Bros. South. McCracAcn J. K. Mcllvaine \Vm-Meyer iSL- Stock 7'.f2 Mam. Meese cV liabcock 1211 Islain. Melsheimer S. I). 71 1 Main. Meyer Henry W. .112 Main. Mo-jlcriuy Wm. L.  2:2 Sjutli. Nickolia F. E.  12'.'.r J.Iain. Oppenheimcr A.  Second Hand Store  Res.  Res.  Piano Store Res.  M  Res. Res. Rc<. Res.  Architects Hay and Grain Res.  II Harrison i;iO L;iFayette 21 W. Creighton Calhoun -1 Calhoun 11 1 ColuTnbia Ave Madison il'.t F. Main (« Fulton 7 Cottage Ave ."i I E. Berry 52 \V. Washinír^on  N O P  Res. Res.  líes.  Res.  117 1 I%Iain. n Main, ;;> jhiiu. iSian.!. Mil in.  Parson J. .). Hiv-.  I'arr VV. D. Kev. K.-s.  Pickeroll Lillian Mrs. Ki-.-^.  i'uwell ¡Sherman T. Rev. Kt-.^.  Purmaîin A. A.  1. iwver  12 and 14 Arcade ( ¡reely St-2^ Maple Ave 110 W. Jefferson IC^ Calhoun Harrison Sup.  .■>07 E. Wayne 171) W. JetTerson 100 E. Wayne  aon S. Clinton  54 W. Berry  2i:; W. Main W. Wayne 117 K. Wayuo 104 cSiss Tri-St ate Blk  S.yat.h. Riihe Aug. Main. Keed -K'hn  Reiliuj.;: Meiuhart Koine ko F. J. Reid .1. !.. Riedel J. M. E. Riedel .1. M. E. Rippe Henry R'ttor Catherine Rodí^ors Dv llia Miss Ryan .lames A.  7''.'') Main. 12 r\lain. ICiS .Main.  31ain. rjir Main. n,)7 ^Nlain. ISIain. Ihr.i 21ain. 1277 Main.  (iroccry 05 ( ^ay  (irocery 4N E. Columbia  R 's. 425 W. Mam  I it's. HUE. M: in  Res. Komy Ave.  Architect •,"-25 Schmitz BJk.  Res. (irisw'Id A^ e.  Meat Market S 1 Wells  Srcaographcr 2, Tri-St de Blk. Res. Hamsun Colunuua  Ciiin. House E. Co'.umi.iii  <<  TO=NiaHT:  A TAI-LOW CANDLE."  IllllsLl-illOCi S-l \niiniito i C; • lur- l)HttItv-i, Vila,scoi>o.  diur  I.icl.t l")aricQ.~. ••\'izcTya" aucl ûi in l-j-.iirionV  Van Dyke & Eaton Co.  TEN CENT5  \iid iio c.stra f'lniRn Cor reserved Now on áal(\  sonts.  ^AVE YOUR MONEY  By DopoBlting it With th«  4dos Cosittty Loaa & Sarincs Associatioa,  32 East Bdriy Street.  fry our Naw Plan. Share» >1.00 »aob p«r nro^h, Matursa in seTenty-soTen montbi.  .X'o Finoa or Membership Fee.  TO=NiaHT:  A TAI-LOW CANDLE."  I.icl.t l")aricQ.~. ••\'izcTya" aucl ûi in l-j-.iirionV  sonts.     South.    Scheele HtMu-y    (i rocery    !00 S. Hanna      lUU-"! Main.    Schernr llonrv Mayor    Hes.    12;; Mauniee Ave.      120'.» JMain.    Schick M. V. ■ M. i).    Res.    } E. Wa^hni^U'ii      l-.Ti) Main.    Hiding 1). F.    (¡rocery    Wayne Trace      t"40 Mum.    Sitos E. 1-".    Dentist    St' Calhfun      M:{i!i.    Sites E. F.    lies.    2iM> Wav7 e      1 <,".>;' Mil in.    Smooth E !.    Rtvs.    20 W. Thir.l      .ss9 ?vlain.    Soracis \V. U.    Kes.    M25 VV. JelTcrsvU      17^ S<jnth.    S[u-oco T. P.    Res.    4 s \ Harrisi n      !>> ; 2vlain.    Si)iei.:el F. C. Mrs.    Res    100 Broadway      iir.O Main.    S:cin ClKis. F. A.    Res    57 Winter      iGi) S<iuth.    Stock Paul    R.«s    I'l Iluestis Ave.      { Main.    Scouder J. Li.    Res.    138 E. Berry      SGI Main.    Taft Jas    T  lies.    Lake A^ e*      S'Hltll.    Tibbies Fran'c E.    I'es.    S. Web.ver      lisi Main.    Tomilson \V. J.    Res.    117 E. Main              V          '.155 Main.    Van Fleet, Pv. A.        2r> E. Wosliiniricn      lir.l Main.    Vor Valiu J. S.    Res.    60 Wilt          w          ];)7 South.    Weibol Fred    Res.    479 Broadway      2U2 South.    W^issoll Co.    C« rocery    Cor. Williams & Hanna      IIUI Main.    Wilding James, sr ,    Res.    2<i0 W. Wnyr e      IS] South.    Wilson Delia Mrs.    Res.    •)7 W. Williams      11S5 Main.    Wood James J.    Res.    134 E. Main      Main.    Wordon J. W., M. D.,    Kes.    • a 77 Douglas a^ e.     -.«i'Vi   

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