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Fort Wayne Sentinel, The (Newspaper) - October 23, 1899, Fort Wayne, Indiana H THE FORT WAYNE EVENING SENTINEL MONDAY, OCT. 23, 1899. f New Outerwear For Women Opened up Today IN THE CLOAK ROOM. Always Bonn-thing new and atttartive in this depaitment. With extensive selling, the largest in the city, specialties always come to ua first. NEW MARKETS-GOLF CAPES, FLUSH CAPES, OPERA SKIRTS, SILK WAISTS, TAILOR-MADE SUITS. We are going to tell you today about some specially LOW-PRICED. There are 100 Kersey Jackets, all shades, lined throughout, at each; at least under value. 50 Tailor-Made Suits of Homespun, Cheviots and Coverts at and each; none woith less than nnd on up in real value to 25 Black Satin Waists, lich nnd handsome, at each; value, 15 handsome Black Coney Fin Capes, lined with sntin, at each, as good ns can be sold clsewheie ioi See this specialty. GOLF CAPES. 50 new Golf Capes thnt me marvels of beauty, stylishness and low pi ices From 50 to cai.li RAINY DAY SKIRTS. A complete new and attractive lino of these popular skirts just received and on sale today. BLACK DRESS GOODS. We are going to tell you about some BLACK CREPONS that we sell more than almost any other Black Goods. Qualities and styles, priced lower than same has been sold before. 33 inches wide handsome all-wool Ciepon at 50c a yard. Black Ciepon in very choice styles, very fine quality, less than you've ever paid for same grade, at 85 cents a yard. A very large assortment of finei grades. Black Crepons, in n great va- liety of styles, at ?1.00, and a yaid. MISSES' AND INFANTS' CAPS. In the cases under the skylight we are now displaying our new fine" pretty lines of Misses' nnd Infants' Autumn and Winter Silk Caps am' Hoods. Infants' Silk C.aps, lined, neatl> embroidered with silk, etc., at each nnd up to Misses' stylish Silk Hoods nm' Caps, fur tiimmed, ribbon tiimned and velvet. Come in all the new shades nt 75c, to each. Butterick November Patterns, De- lineators, Sheets and other publica- tions now ready. Call ami the new number of MODES AND Rurode Dry Goods Co. Exclusive designs in Suits and Top Coals 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 child- 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 lixe. 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. 33, 1809. OUB TELEPHONES. Business Office................ 173 Editorial Rooms.............. 650 THE WEATHER. Chicago, Oct. for In- tonight and Tuesday; continued warm; southerly winds. I. M. Dent, of Auburn, is a visitor in the city. Miss Julia Emmanuel has returned from a visit at Chicago. Hon. S. S. Shutt, of Spencerville, is a guest at the New Aveline. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. William Taylor, of Lafayette street, a son. Mrs. D. M. Doyle and children are the guests of relativies in Montpe- lier. Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Karns left last evening for Philadelphia, New York and Boston, Mrs. 0. B. Johnson, of West Creighton avenue, left for Chicago this morning. Miss Ethel Shannon has returned home after a five weeks visit with friends in Ohio. Deputy Postmaster E. L. Craw is at home from a visit at Minneapolis and other northern points. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bowerflnd, of Adrian, Mich., are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Sihler. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. Noble, of West Union Junction, la., are visit- ing friends in the city. Charles Olds, jr., has accepted a positiion as teacher at the Institute foi Feeble Minded Youth. M. V. B. Archbold, of the publish- ing house at Decatur, is in Fort Wayne on a business trip. Mis. William Beals, of Ionia, Rich., is visiting her sister, Mrs. William Spiegel, of West Jefferson sticet. Ill's. Charles Avey and son, David, linve leturned to Columbia City aftei ft pleasant visit with Fort Wayne friends. F. J. Zimmerly is stringing addi- :ional electric lighting wires in the Y. M, C. A. building preparatory to the Clerks' fair. A trolley of the Hnnna street car line broke this morning just north of Main street on Calhoun, delaying traffic some time. Peter Michaels left this morning tor Bronson, Mich., where he will spend a few clays in fishing at the lakes near that city. Mrs. Manning Smith, of 353 East Wayne street, left this morning, over the Wabash road, for Indianapolis, to visit friends two weks. Mrs. B. L. Chamberlin, of Saginaw, Mich., is in the city the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Hollister, of West Williams street. Miss Katie Batchelder, of East Washington street, entertained at 6 o'clock tea Saturday evening in honor of Miss Rose Smith and Otto Piepenbrink. Miss Catherine Both has gone Miss Elizabeth Chapin has gone to Kaudallville to visit with Miss B. B. Emerson. Mort tod Sam Mills, of Auburn, visited Fort Wayne Sattiday and Sunday. J. H. Fleming and John Spanberg have accepted positions as salesmen for the Indiana Furniture company. Mrs. C. E. Wintrode and daughter and Mrs. C. E. Bash and son, of Huntington, visited friends in Fort Wayne Saturday. Rev. Henry Bridge, of Huntington, formerly paator of St. Paul's M. E. church, of 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 chamber at 8 o'clock this evening. LONGLEY ASKS FOR DAMAGES HE WAS CBUSHED AT THE WA- BASH DEPOT OCTOBBK 5. Claims That the Trainmen on the MvKinley Train Were Respon- sible for Injuries. HE FAVORS AN INVESTIGATION SUPERINTENDENT BELIEVES INQUIRY SHOULD BE MADE. Police Should Not Be Too Much Blamed for the Sad Ending of Otto Cummins' Life. The Columbia City papers assert that a thorough investigation should be made as to the cause and circum- stances which led up to the death of Otto Cummins. While the papers charge that his arrest, in Fort Wayne wns responsible for his death, they do not intimate that the officers were not justified in doing what they did. Superintendent Gorsline said this morning that he, too, favored a thor- ough investigation, as he was confi- dent the local officers would be com- pletely exonerated. He believes that young Cummins' arrest was respons- ible for ''is death, but that the frac- tured skull wns not caused by an In the superior court, through his i attorneys. Ryan Ryan, Reuben S. Longley this afternoon commenced suit for damages against the Wabash railway. Mr. Longley was crushed in the big crowd at the Wabash depot on the evening of Oc- tober 5, when President McKinley and party passed through the city. The complaint alleges that there was a crowd of between and people on the platform and tracks of the Wabash railway and that the crowd was forced against the engine and cars of the train. Near the tracks had been constructed a heavy railing or fence and between this fence and the cars Mr. Longley was held helplessly. The allegations further are that the trainmen "pur- posely, willfully and intentionally, without use of ordinary care, start said engine eastward, although warned by said crowd not to do so, and willfully, purposely and Inten- tionally and without the use of or- dinary care, ran said locomotive and train upon and against plaintiff with the purpose and intention to so purposely and intentionally injure plaintiff." Plaintiff was cruched between the cars and the crowd and had five ribs fractured, his hand mangled and torn, his face bruised, two teeth loosened and suffered oth- er injuries which have affected his liver and spleen and confined him to his bed ever since. plaintiff earned officer's mace, but by a fall in the cell after he had been locked up. Cum- mins had thrown himself violently to the stone floor and in less than half an hour thereafter Dr. McOscar was at his side and located a fracture of the skull. '-When the man wtis taken into Superintendent Gorsline said, "there w.is no more violence than wns necessary. He made a slash and then a lunge at Sergeant Stevens with his knife and at the second altempt Officer Laugh- lin struck Cummins. Afterward there was a desperate struggle to get possession of the knife, which was found to be quite dull. But the offi- cers did not know this when they were fighting to subjugate Cummins. The police are willing there should be a thorough investigation." Superintendent Gorsline still has possession of the knife, which is quite dull. At the jail for hours after he had been transferred Cum- mins did not appear to be suffering from a fracture, but on Wednesday his condition was such that Dr. Cal- vin administered opiates. The Col- umbia City Post says: "Officers Gal- lagher and Meyers say that the turn- after sum. will and It is alleged a day and here- he unable to earn that therefore damages are asked in the sum of W.LDOUGLAS S3.EO SHOE UNION MADE. Over num. I make ull through my Co retail stores in the large cities more shoes at one profit than any other two manufacturers in the United Slates. 1 lead the fashions. WV FORT WAYNE STORE, NO CALHOUN ST. ART EXHIBITION. A fine art display will be given in the parlors of Randall hotel today and tomorrow by Mr. M. X. Serail- ian, to which the art loving citizens and friends are cordially invited. MONEY TO LOAJT ON REAL ESTATE OB PERSONAL SECURITY. 0. F. PFEHTEB, ROOMS 9-7, BASS BLOCK. S-tf NOTICE TO PROPERTY OWNERS. The time to sign for improvement bonds on Lewis street, from Winter street to Walton avenue, Walton ave- nue, Brackenridge and Lavina streets will expire October 24th, 1899. H. C. BERGHOFF, 19-21-83 Comptroller. Use Satisfaction Bouquet. Supe- rior in delicacy and permanency, it never becomes unpleasant or insipid. In delicious odor and refreshing qualities it always narUfiea. CURTAIN RAISERS, TI kev at the jail in Fort Wayne was Huntington. where she will act as J giving Cummins an opiate every bridesmaid at the wedding of Miss Lizzie Koch, of this city, and Thom- as Donahue, of Hartford City. Mrs. L. M. Beck, of East Jefferson street, dislocated her jaw yesterday afternoon and half an hour 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 bass. John P. Grime, of Logansport. is in Fort Wayne on a business trip. Mr. Onme was formerly engaged in the plumbing business here and is now engaged in that business in Lo- gnnsport. The Sewing circle of the Redeemer church will meet Wednesday after- noon with Mrs. Ben Porsch, 86 East Main street. The ladies are request- i eel to bring their darning needles j with them. W. S. Wells, deputy organizer, has completed the organization of Hi second council of the Royal Leagao. The new lodge will be instituted 'with thirty-one membeis some time this week, probably Saturday even- ing. Austin Finney. of Grand Rauids. is spending a few days with his pn- lents. Mr.and Mrs. Michael 0. Fin- ney, of 18 Melita street. Austin is in 1 poor health, and may decide to go to j Coloindo to spend the winter. He is I a printer and before going to Grand j Rapids wns employed in The Sentinel office. three 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 another should be given at 6 o'clock in the evening. That the man was 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 was even then present and very noticeable. There is no question but that medicine was administered to the young man in Fort Wayne at the jail. At 1 o'clock Wednesday morning the young man either became unconscious or the drugs took effect, for from that time on he never uttered a word, but was seemingly in a deep sleep.'' N. C. (loodwin's season at tlie Duke of theater, London, lius bei-u resum- ed Str Ili-nrv It-ring received the honorary desrcL1 di ildi-tor of laws fi-om the Uui- Tcisity nf 'The Belli' "f Ni-w York" has celebrat- ed Us hundredth perfotmance at the tlienli-e, London. 'J'lseie i-. iri t'nnleiupl.itiim a burlesque- on -ILiinlet" to bo produced at the New Yoik tueutei sumo time this winter. Hoimieh opera, "The Sunk- en Hell." Iwsed iiiiiiu IIiiupttlMliu's play ol Unit name, be in New Yuri; this season, according to report. Maiiiierinjr, star of the Lyceum rompnny, is to if-Miuit1 the leadiuB role in "The M.ineiners of Jaue." which is Daniel Ftuhiuuu's opening play for the season. rieiloiick W.mle will revive tLN sea- sou llemy (Juy t'urletoii's powerful play, "The Linn's Mouth." Charles Her- man I.e seen in bis original role, Friar Angelo. Alice Neil-sen lias sailed Sau Francisco on the steamship Yucatan for the S.inchurh She will spend n month in Honolulu and Waikiki and then letuin to this country, going direct to New York to rehearae her new opera. Mr. Arthur Overpeck, the chief me- chanical uMistniUor of Charles II. Yale's great spectacle. "The Kvil was reaily tv.o jiars hi working out the models ot the singe mechanism used in the piece, all of which is covered by let- ters patent. The Jefferson Comedy company will play for several weeks next full before Joseph Jefferson joins the company. Aft- er bis bhoit season the Jefferson boys will continue until spring, when the vet- eran actor will join them again for a brief spring tour. MARRIAGE LICENSES. Frank C. Havens and Josephine Havens. Joseph Qebert and Cora Hazlet. x TYROSA AT THE GREATEST. Tyrosa- a preparation of cooked ioup stock-Beans, Peas and 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, to the Columbia IS THE CLERKS' UNION FAIR. KIEFER PEARS. i Go to L Jaxtheimfcr Son for the latest Fall and Winter Styles. We received today from Michigan 29 E. BCITY St. 18tf twfiity bushels nice Kiefer Pears 75c bushel. Jamaica Oranges, 30c dozen. Mexican Oranges. 40c dozen. Best Messina Lemons. 20c dozen. Fresh Malaga Grapes, 20c pound. Concord Grapes. 12lijc basket. Large Eating nnd Cooking Apples, 121s, and 15c peck. Best Celery, large bunches. 18c. Best Cape Cod Cranberries, 8c qut. Fresh Spinach, 15c peck. Jersey Sweet Potatoes. 15c peck. WHITE FRUIT HOUSE. Remember, Madam Hurley, No. 34 Baker St., bnses all her readings on facts from the different parts of the Scriptuies and her revelations are through an unseen higher power which places her far above any doubts. A LA MODE. The little garcon de cafe and Eton jackets continue to appear among pre- vailing nnd much favored French modes. One button English walking jackets will be much used for stout figures this seas-oil, and ns they are veiy closely til- ted, they will add nothing to the ap- parent size. Silk machine stitching appears as a finish on many of the latest French nnd English tailor models for autumn wear. It takes the place of all other simple decorative effects, rows of braid or silt gimp uot excepted. There is now a tnilor made pelerine. It is very simple except ut the. ueck. where it i.s heaped with luce, silk muslin ruches, accordion single, double and tuple, with broad iiblmn 01 choux fastened ht-ie and there. The lottnd waist, which has had smh an undisturbed tcign tin1 many seasons past, will take a place in the background of fashion this season, and its place will be lurirrb taken by the smart short jack- et models, of which there is no eud this fall. Some of thg fashionable modistes are making pi "My shirt to replace those or the summer season. A large por- tion of them arc of cream nhite nlba- tross. eashuiere, mohair nnd similar soft wools, the styles repeating those worn all sntnmer. There is still a great deal of rumor nnd ili-i'ispiuu about the shortening of dress skills for general wear, but not- withstanding the fact that ninny high class tailois and modistes are making walking skills for the iintninn consider- ably shorter ilmn those which luve been universally worn during the summer, the doini trained or "dip" skirt is likely to flourish again on both sides of the water. York Post. Highest Art in Millinery TAFT'S. The most lovely creations to be found from New York. The popular verdict of the ladies is "Taft's have the most beautiful milli- nery in the city." Prices, 25c to At the same time we have the best and hand- somest line of medium and low price Hats. Rsnd this partial list of specials Trimmed large very up for special selling, regular value and for Friday and Saturday only and Also large line of ready-to- wear Hats at 90c, and We are showing and selling the most beautiful creations in trimmed Hats from and down to 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 at each. L. old stand. ROACH ALBANTTS, Sole agents for the celebrated Co- lumbus Buggy Co. 86 tf 11-13 Cl.y 8t M. Zola is notliliiu' U uol unique, rie tbftf irhiit impressed him most in IxmoVn the number of hairpins he obseived on the sidewalks. William Morris bud n nreat horror of buried tinder a nimble ulnli. and. though n costly monument has bwn elect- ed over his prave nt Kelmscott. in End- the prows over the mound. This is< oontiiTwl by having the baw of the column form nn nreb the grave. TIHTP no iiiwriptiun Have the words, 54 CALHOUN ST. A PURE SOAP Is necessary for a good com- plexion. A soap to be pura need not necessarily he 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 f we keep everything else a 5 druggist should have, and that i i our prices are always placed at the lowest notch consistent J with quality. Ranke Nussbaum, FHABMACISTS, 88 CALHOUN STBEET. Equitable Life Ins Co. OF IOWA. Home Office, Des Moiius. Chattered 1867. Capital stock, Its policies are secured by Deposits with the State of Iowa, making them as secure as Government Bonds. Investigation and comparison in- vited. W. B. COOK, Dist. Agent. Room 4, Tri-State Bldg. 16-eod tf LoadedShells IN BOTH Smokeless' AN Hazard Powder. AND We always carry the largest as- sortment of Pocket and Table Cutlery, Razors, Shears, Razor Strops, HARDWARE. 22 CALHOUN ST. 'Phone 204. PALMISTRY Call and consult "Zenobie" on all affairs of scientific, not "fortune telling." Critics especially invited. i A few days only. 50c. Hours: 10 a. m. to 0 p. m. and from 7 to 8 p. m. Suite 15, Pixley-Long Block, sec- floor. 23-6t YOU CAN BUY House Furnishing Goods, Carpets, Bnfi, Ura- paries, Furniture, etc. ou Weekly or Monthly Payments. You will save money by calling on nt, 3. Y. SHOAFF ft CO., 135 Calhoun. MONEY! tono lietter advantage UiftD by placuir it wltli AI.I.BN C'OIINTV LOAN ANO SAVINGS Kast Berry Strn-l, number of "Imri-soaii at any limp. per cent, intero-a in paid on sll elates til Bteck. No foe-- to imeatore. Money to Uian for Purpose, WM. J. LENNIKT, PHIMP L, ZORBMUII. Lennart Zorbaugh, INSURANCE. Real Estate Loans, 81 Calhoun St. Second Floor. Home PHOHK No. 1310 t COAL, Or loud of GOOD WOOD. GEO. H. KBUDOP, Both MethntiM m. f d MbACKftM ITU of Try Tht Sentinel want STOVES! At your own price. Call and be vinced at QOLDSTINE'S, 170 CALHOTJtf ST. HANKER DANCING ACADEMY, 10-12 W. WAYNE ST. Seventh season. For classei, terms, etc., call at the Academy. 29-tf HOMES IN GOOD LOCATION FOB MERCHANTS AND MEN. I K nntnher of lots in Drove Won and will sell them on terms; houiei bnilt on partial payment (.Inn. LOUIS F. CTJBDBS, Boomi 3 and 4 Pixley-Lonf Block. Put 11 little SatUfaction Bouquet OB your hat and yon naell perfuma for tfx Try It tor Mia by all i.
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