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Fort Wayne Sentinel, The (Newspaper) - October 23, 1899, Fort Wayne, Indiana THE FORT WAYNE EVENING SENTINEL, MONDAY, OCT. 23, 1899. New Outerwear For Opened up Today IN THE CLOAK ROOM. Always somttliing new nnd tit tractive in this With such extensive Belling', the largest in the city, specialties always come tq US lll'Bt. NEW CAPES, PLUSH CAPES, OPERA SKIRTS, SILK WAISTS, TAILOR-MADE SUITS. BLACK CREFONS that we sell more than almost any other Black Goods. Qualities and styles, priced lower than same has been sold before. 38 inches wide handsome all-wool j Crepon at 50c n yard. We are ping: to tell you today; Cl.epon ,n very choice styles? about some' specially fine qunnty> iess tunn you've LOW-PRICED. There are 100 Kersey Jackets, all shades, lined throughout, at each; at least under value. grades, Black Crepons. in a great vn- 50 Tailor-Made Suits of Homespun.! rlety of styles, at and Cheviots nnd Coverts at and I a yard. each; none worth less than and j HISSES" AND INFANTS' CAPS. on up in real value to i In the cases under the skylight we 25 Black Satin Waists, rich and arc now displaying our new handsome, at each; value, j pretty lines of Misses' nnd Infants' 15 handsome Black Coney Fui j Autumn ami Winter Silk Caps line7 Capes, lined with satin, at each, j Hoods. ever paid for same grade, nt 85 cents n yard. A very large assortment of finer ns good ns can be sold elsewhere foi Infants' Silk Caps, lined, neatly See this specialty. embroidered with silk, etc., nt 25 GOLF CAPES. i each nnd up to DO new Golf Capes that nro marvels j Misses' stylish Silk Hoods of beauty, stylishness and low prices j Caps, fur trimmed, ribbon trimmed From to each RAINY DAY SKIRTS. A complete new and attractive line of these popular skirts just nnd on sale today. BLACK DRESS GOODS. We are going to toll ymt nbmit some and velvet. Come in all the new shades at 50c, 75c, to each. Buttorick November Patterns, De- lineators, Sheets and other publica- tions now rciidy. Cull nnd n'ut the new number of MODES AND Riirode Dry Goods Co. Exclusive designs in Suits and Top Coats for the little fellows. Not the kind you see in every store, but the kind you are looking for. The right kind. Every Clothing store in the land has Suits and Overcoats for Children. SAM, PETE MAX have made a study of what is the correct thing in ren's attire, and invite your critical inspection. Young Men's Suits and Overcoats, styles that are right and shown only by SAM, PETE MAX. Men's Suits and Overcoats, of the sort the high class tailors usually monopo- lize. You should see the swell stripe Worsted Suits we have at to Overcoats to You will marvel at the style, fit and finish of these handsome garments. Easy enough to offer astounding gains in the newspapers, but you must "prove up" to obtain and hold the confidence of the people. Trade where you know you get your money's worth or your money back. MONDAY, OCT. 23, 1899. OUR TELEPHONES. Business Office................ 173 EilUorlnl Rooms.............. 650 THE WEATHER. Chicago, Oct. for In- tonight and Tuesday; continued warm; southerly winds. I. H. Bent, of Auburn, is a visitor in the city. Miss Julia Emmanuel has returned Trout a visit at Chicago. Hon. S. S. Shutt, of Spencerville, is guest at the New Aveline. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. William Taylor, of Lafayette street, a son. Mrs. B. M. Doyle nnd children are the guests of relatlvtes in Montpe- lier. Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Karns left last jvening for Philadelphia, New York ind Boston. Mrs. O. B. Johnson, of West 3reighton nveuue, left for Chicago his morning. Miss Ethel Shannon has returned lome after a five weeks visit with 'riends in Ohio. Deputy Postmaster E. L. Craw is at ionic from a visit at Minneapolis and ther northern points. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bowerfind, of 'Vtlrinn, Mich., are the guests of Mr. nd Mrs. F. W. Sihler. i Mr. nnd Mrs. Geo. W. Noble, of West Union Junction, In., are visit- ng- friends in the city. Charles Olds, jr., has accepted a iositiion ns teacher at the Institute or Feeble Minded Youth. M. V. B. Archbold. of the publish- ng house at Decntur, is in Fort .Vnyiie ou a business trip. Mrs. William Beals, of Ionia, Mich., is visiting her sister, Mrs. William Spiegel, of West Jefferson itrcet. airs. Charles Avey and son, David, mve returned to Columbia City after a plensniit visit with Fort Wnyne 'riends. F. J. Zimmerly is stringing addi- :ionnl electric lighting wires in the Y. M. C. A. building preparatory to ,hc Clerks' fair. A trolley of the Hanna. street car iue broke this morning just north of VInin street on Calhoun, delaying rnfllc some time. Peter Michaels left this morning !or Branson, Mich., where he will spend n few days in fishing at the ukes near that city. :rs. Manning Smith, of 353 East Wayna street, left this morning, over the Wabash road, for Indianapolis, to visit friends two wcks. Mrs. B. Ti. Chamberlin, of Saginaw, Mich., is in the city the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Hoi lister, of West Williams street. Miss Katie Bntchelder, of East Washington street, entertained at G o'clock tea Saturday evening in honor of Miss Rose Smith and Otto Pleponbrlnk. Miss Catherine Both has gone to Huntlngton, where she will act as bridesmaid at the wedding of Miss Lizzie Koch, of this city, and Thom- ns Donahue, of Hartford City. Mrs, L, M. Beck, of East Jefferson street, dislocated her jaw yesterday afternoon and half an houi elapsed before it was replaced. Dr. McOscar was summoned and reset it, Among the recent successful fish- ing- parties was that composed of Messrs. A. K. and Edgar Hurst. Miss Emma and Herman Kratsch. who report a catch of 116 choice bnss. John P. Grime, of Lognnsport, is in Fort Wayne on a business trip Mr. Grime was formerly engaged in the plumbing business here nnd is now engaged in that business in "Lo- gnu sport. The Sewing- circle of the Jledeemei church will meet Wednesday after noon with Mrs. Ben Porsch, 86 Ens Main street. The ladies are request cd to bring their darning needle: with them. W. S. Wells, deputy organizer, hn: completed the organization of 1h' second council of the Royal League The new lodge will be institute! with thirty-one members some tim1 this week, probably Saturday even ing. Austin Fiimoy, of Grand Rapids is spending n. few days with his pa rents, Mr.nnd Mrs. Michael O. Fin ney, of 18 Melita street. Austin is ii poor health, and may decide to po t Colorado to spend the winter. He i a printer and before going to Gran Rapids wns employed in The Sentine office. Miss Elizabeth Chnpiii has to Kendallville to visit with Miss S. E. Sraerson. Mort and Sam Mills, of Auburn, risited Fort Wayne friends Saturday ind Sunday. J. H. Fleming and John Spanberg mve accepted positions as salesmen or the Indiana Furniture company. Mrs. C. E. Wintrode and daughter and Mrs. C. E. Bash and son, of Huntington, visited friends in Fort Vayiie Saturday. Rev. Henry Bridge, of Huntlngton, ormerly pastor of St. Paul's M. E. liurch, of this city, spent Sunday with Fort Wayne friends. The meeting of vehicle owners and wheelmen to protest the vehicle tax will be called to order In the council hamber at 8 o'clock this evening. HE FAVORS AN INVESTIGATION KIEFER PEARS. We received today from Michign twr nt y bushels nice Kief or Penr: 75c bushel. Jamaica Oranges, 30c dozen. Mexican Oranges, 40c dozen. Best Messina Lemons, 20c dozen. Fresh Malaga Grapes, 20c pound. Concord Grapes, 12'tic basket. Large Eating and Cooking Apple; and 15c pp.ck. Best Celery, large bunches, 18c. Best Cape Cod Cranberries, Oc qu Fresh Spinach, 15c peck. Jersey Sweet Potatoes, 15c peck. WHITE FRUIT HOUSE. LONGLEY ASKS FOR DAMAGES HE WAS CRUSHED AT THE WA- BASH DEPOT OCTOBER S. Claims That the Trainmen on thf McKlnley Train Were Respon- sible for Injuries. UPERINTENDENT BELIEVES INQUIRY SHOULD BE MADE. 'olice Should Not Be Too Much Blamed for the Snd Ending of Otto Cummins' Life. The Columbia City papers assert mt a thorough investigation should e made tvs to the cause and circum- taiices which, led up to the death of tto Cummins. While the papers linrge that his arrest, in Fort Wayne ras responsible for his death, they o not intimate that the officers were ot justified in doing what they did. uperintendent Gorsline said this uoriiing that he, too, favored a thor- ugh investigation, ns lie was confi- ent the local officers would be com- letely exonerated. He believes that oung Cummins' arrest was respons- ble for his death, but that the frnc- ured skull was not caused by an fficer's mace, but by a fall in the cell Her he had been locked up. Cum- itns had thrown himself violently o the stone floor and in less than alf nn hour thereafter Dr. McOscar vas at his side and located a fracture f the skull. the man was nken into custody." Superintendent Gorsline said, "there was no more iolence than was necessnry. He lode n slash nnd then a lunge at ergcant Stevens with his knife and t the second attempt Officer Lnugh- iii struck Cummins. Afterward here was a desperate struggle to get possession of ihe knife, which wns ound to be quite dull. But the offl- ers did not know this when they were fighting to subjugate Cummins. The police are willing there should be a thorough investigation." Superintendent Gorsline still lins possession of the knife, which is quite dull. At the jail for hours after he had been transferred Cum- nins did not appear to be suffering from a fracture, but on Wednesday ils condition was such that Dr. Cnl- vtn administered opiates. The Col- umbia City Post says: "Officers Gal- ngher and Meyers say that the turn- key at the jail in Fort Wayne was giving Cummins an opiate every iliree hours. He gave the last at 3 o'clock Thursday afternoon, and handing a box of the tablets to Ed Gallagher, said to him that anothei should be given at 6 o'clock in the evening. That the man wns heavily drugged was apparent, for the odor was noticed by the 'bus driver and by Dr. Souder when he was called to the jail. After he died and when the undertaker removed him from the jail, the odor of opiates wns even thei present and very noticeable. There is no question but that medicine wns administered to the young man in Fort Wayne at the jail. At 1 o'clock Wednesday morning the young man either became unconscious or th drugs took effect, for from that tim m he never uttered a word, but wa wemingly in a deep sleep." MARRIAGE LICENSES. Frank C. Havens nnd Joscphin Havens. Joseph Qebert and Cora Hazlet. TYROSA AT THE GREATEST. preparation of cookec soup Peas nnd Vegeta bles. Turtle, lOc pkge. Flaked Beans, lOc pkge. Flaked Peas, lOc pkge. Flaked Rice, lOc pkge. THE GREATEST GROCERY, The Shamrock has lost, And the people declare, Next to the Columbia IS THE CLERKS' UNION FAIR Go to L Jaxtheimfcr Son to the latest Fall and Winter Styles 29 E. Berry St._______ 18tf Remember, Madam Hurley, No. 3 Bnker St., bases nil her readings o facts from the different parts of tli Scriptures nnd her revelations ni through nn unseen higher powe which places her far above nn doubts. ROACH ft; ALBANUS, Solo agents for the celebrated Co lumhus Buggy Co. 25 tf 11-13 Clay St. In the superior court, through his ttorneys, Ryan Beuben S. iongley this afternoon commenced uit for damages against he Wabash railway. Mr. Longley as crushed in the big crowd at the depot on the evening of Oc- ober 5, when President McKinley nd party passed through the city. he complaint alleges that there was crowd of between and eople on the platform and tracks f the Wabash railway and that the rowd was forced against the engine nd cars of the train. the racks had been constructed a heavy ailing or fence and between this ence and the cars Mr. Longley was ild helplessly. The allegations urther are that the trainmen "pur- osely, willfully and intentionally, ithout use of ordinary care, start aid engine eastward, although arned by said crowd not to do so, nd willfully, purposely and inten- onally and without the use of or- nary care, ran said locomotive and upon and against plaintiff ith the purpose and intention to so urposely and intentionally injure laintiff." Plaintiff wns cruched etween the cars and the crowd and ad five ribs fractured, his hand tangled and torn, his face bruised, vo teeth loosened and suffered oth- r injuries which have affected his ver and spleen nnd confined him to is bed ever since. It is alleged laintiff earned Sp3 a day and here- fter will be unable to earn that urn. and therefore damages are sked in the sum of ART EXHIBITION. A fine art display will be given in lie parlors of Randall hotel today nd tomorrow by Mr. M. K. Serail- an, to which the art loving citizens nd friends are .cordially invited. 20-t2 MONXY TO LOJJT N REAL EBTATI OB PERSONAL ECUBITY. O. I. PFEIFFEB, 00X8 9-7, BAM BLOCK. 8-tf rOTICE TO PROPERTY OWNERS. Ths time to sign for improvement onds on Lewis street, from Winter treet to Walton avenue, Walton ave- ue, Brackenridge and Lavina streets expire October 24th, 1899. H. C. BERGHOFF, 19-21-23 Comptroller. CURTAIN RAISERS. N. f. Onnihriii'H SCHKOII at the Dulie ot 'nrVs thcuU-r, IjOiuluii, lins been rvsuin- 1 Sir Henry Irvine iweivi'd tin; limuirary cjrivi' doctor of hnvs from the Unl- ..f Nt-w York" lins rvtulirnt- il live- liuiiilrcillli purfnrimuiw tit tlio tllUilllT. itTi' IK iii iMiiU-iiiiilalioii a burU-squc >n "IhitiilrL" to In! pi-ndiKM-i) nt the New Vork tluMtci- SUIIR> timu tills Ili-iiiitrh "Tin; Biiilk- Itctl." Imsi'il ilium Hiiuptniatiu's piny if licit iiuinc, will lie iii-miiK-i-d hi Nt" i'ull; tills iiCL-oriliiitt to ivport. Mary star of tlio Lyceum Is In nsHUiiit! tho role n "'rin- Mil nun of wlilvh huiii-l upeiilnt; play fur tlie Fn-ilcrirk will revive Iliis soil in liny Curli'ton'x play, Tlii' Linn's Mnuik." CliarU-8 will In- s.-i-ii In liU oi-lgitiill role, Alice Noilscii ImH ttallod from Sun oti the steamship Yiivatun for ho Siiii'Uvich Ishuids. She will opctul tl lu.iilh in Honolulu ami ati.l f to this aoliiK direct ID New Vtn-k tu rchcaf.si! her new opera. Mr. Arthur Ovc.i-pct-k, the chief nio- 'hank-tit runslniL-tor of (.'luirlcs II. Ynlu's Ki-eat Kvll early iwo ycnrs in working out the ul' tlio tiK-'t-'hnnism iiaoil In lie pieoe, all which in covurud by let- The JcffiTson Comedy company wil. for several wroks next full before loHeph Jefferson joins thu company. Aft M- his short HL-nsou the JeEferHOti boy? ,vill cnntinue until when the vi-t >ran actot- will join them again for a irief aprinj; tour. A LA MODE. The little garcon ile cafe nnd Eton jackets continue to iippeui- among vniling ntiil iiiudi rururcil French modes One button English walking jacket ill liu much used for stout ligut'us this suustm, and us they nro very closely tit ted, tlioy will ndd notliing to the np pnrent sine. Silk miu-hino stitching nppoars as a finish nn many of llic hi leal French am" English tailor moik'ls for nutumn wear It takes tht! place of all other simpl decorative elTccts, rows of braid or sill gimu not vxccpti-d. There is iinw a tailor made pelerine, is very simple ut ueck, wlicrt it is braped with luce, silk muslin ruches ncc-orilion single., double an triple, with broad ribbon bows or chum, here ami there. The round waist, wbich has had sue! nn 11 itdistnrbfMl roign for many season pust, will u place in of fashion this season, nnd Us place wil be largely taken by the smart short jack ot models, of which there is no end tlii full. Some of tlig fashionable modistes ar milking prwity sbirt waists to rcplai; tbose of ilu> summer season. A large poi lion of them arc of cream white alba trosK, onslimere, niobaii- ;unl similar sof wools, the styli'S repeating thosi> worn an miller. There is still a great deal of rumo and discussion about the shortening o dress skirts for general wear, but no withstanding the fact that ninny bis class tailors and modistes aru imikii walking skirts for the autumn t-onsidi ably shorter than those which have bei universally worn during the summer, th deiui trained or "dip" skirt is likely t (lourish again on both sides of tbu wate -New York Post. M. Zola Is nottitng if not unique, n snyK that whut impressed him most London was the number of hairpins b observed on the tmlowalks. M'illiam Morris bad n grout horror o being hnriod under a marble ulnb, nn though a costly monument lias been erec t-il over bis grave at Kelmscott, in .land, tlie grass grows over the moun This ia contrived by having tho base o the column form an ardi above the grnvi There is no inscription save the "William DOUGLAS SHOE UNION MADE. Allleathnre-Ailililn. price, Real worth, to Over warns. I make and sell through my 60 retail profit tlian ..._.jufacturers in tlie United Slates. I lead the fashions. BV MAIL F0nt3.ro. FORT WAYNE STORE, NO 8 CALHOUN ST. TTse Satisfaction Bouquet. Bupe- tor in delicacy and permanency, it ever becomes unpleasant or Insipid, delicious odor and refreshing ualities it always satisfies. Highest Art in Millinery Equitable Life Ins Co. OF IOWA. Home OGce, Des Moiiics. Chartered 1SGT. Capital stock, Its policies are secured Ijy Deposits with the State of Iowa, making: them is secure as Government Bonds. Investigation and comparison in- ited. W. B. COOK, Dist. Agent. Room 4, Tri-State 16-eoi) tf At TAFT'S. The most lovely creations to TJO found 11 from New York. The popular verdict of the ladies is "Toft's have the most beautiful milli- nery in the city." Prices, 25c to f 15.00. At tho same time we have the best nnd hajul- somest lino of medium and low price Hats. Rsnd this partial list of specials Trimmed large line- very up for special selling, regular value and for Friday and Saturday only nnd Also large line of rendy-to- wcar Hats at 90c, and We are showing and selling the most beautiful creations In trimmed Hots from nnd down to 95.00. The Stylish Golf Capes Best assortment; best values. Ladies' Golf Capes of single or reversible plaids, strictly all wool; beautiful colorings, full sweep; hoods and reveres, edged with fringe; kinds for Winter Coats. Over 200 Ladies' Jackets have been added to our stock within the past week. Special selling nt each. L. Wolf'sxold stand. A PURE SOAP IB necessary for a good com- plexion. A soap to be purs need not necessarily be high- priced. We have on hand a large assortment of all the leading makes of toilet soaps, and we have besides, other va- rieties, which, if not so well known, are fully as good and cost less money. Do not forget, however, that we keep everything else n druggist should have, and that j our prices are always placed at the lowest notch consistent with quality. Ranke Nussbaum, PHARMACISTS, 88 CALHOUN STBEET. Loaded Shells IN BOTH AND Hazard Powder. Wo nlwr.ys cnrry the Inrgest ns- sortment of Pocket and Table Cutlery, Razors, Shears, Razor Strops, HARDWARE. 22 CALHOUN ST. 'Phone 204. PALMISTRY WM. J. LESSAUT. PIIII.II> L. ZOIIHAUOH. Lennart Zorbaugh, INSURANCE. Real Estate Loans, 81 Calhoun St. Seoond Floor. HOME PHONK No. 1310 u. Mud roa ton A I Or K loftd or WOOD. 6EO. H. KRUDOP. ft l Both talaphoOM 135. Prompt dellvnry ono Ot Bpoalaltlfti. CO A I, Try The Sentinel want columns Call and consult "Zenobie" on all affairs of scientific, not "fortune telling." Critics especially invited. A few days only, 50c. Hours: 10 a. m. to 0 p. m. and from 7 to 8 p. in. Suite 15, Pixley-Long Block, scc- oncTfloor. 23-Ot YOU CAN BUT HOHM Pnrnfeliine Oooda, Carpots, Ungi, Dra- peries, Furniture, etc. nu Weekly or Monthly Payments. Yon will anvo mimoy by culling tin na. J. T. SHOAFF ft CO., 135 Calhoun. MONEY! CHI besnvflj to nil better ndvnlitBKB tlinn ANII SAVINGS 32 iimt ilo'rry St'rdol, Any niimbor of nun lio lakfln nt any STOVESI At your own price. Coll and be con- vinced at 170 OA1HOUN ST. HANKER DANCING ACADEMY, 10-12 W. WAYNE ST. Seventh season. For classes, terms, etc., call nt tlie Academy. 29-tf HOMES IN GOOD LOCATION FOB MERCHANTS AND KAIKROAD MEN. 1 ImtfSin nnmliBr ot lots In Kwlnn (Irovo nddl. Unnanil will roll turn .111 tornu: liuiiaoa bnilt on purlin! pnymont lilan. LOUIS E. CUKDES, Rooms 3 imd 4 Pliley-Long Block. Put a little Satlafmjtlba Bouquet on your h.lt nnd you con nmell tho sweet perfuuie for six months. Try It. For sale by all drngglits.
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