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   Fort Wayne Sentinel, The (Newspaper) - May 18, 1912, Fort Wayne, Indiana                               10. THE FOBT WAYNE SENTDJEU KILLED IN Patrick Phillips Victim of Fatal Accident at Walton Avenue. WAS MAKING UP TRAIN AT TIME Knocked Down and Body and Arms Severed by Wheels. found to be of no further uw> sent to the scrap pile. SPECIAL MEETING OF 0. X. C. Wttyne division, UU, Order Rail- way will hold a nix-vial meet- ing at their hull ut 2 o'clock Monday afu-rnwu. to make arrangements for at- tending the funeral of the late Patrick Phillips. DEBS 1KB BEIDEL LEAD SOCIALISTS Continued from 1.) INDUSTRIAL NOTES. SATURDAY, MAY 18, IjOAL AND WOOD. PATRICK PHILLIPS, Wubaeh Yard Conductor Who Killed This Morning. Was Patrick Phillips, a conductor in the local Wafbash yards, was run down and instantly killed at o'clock this morning, while engaged in switching :ars at Walton avenue, in this city. A local freight train was being made up and Mr. Phillips, together with his :rew, composed of Engineer John Koeid- er, Fireman John Majors and Switch- men Ben Elliott and H. Worman, was engaged in switching cars at the point where the accident occurred. From in- formation received at the Wabash yard- master's ollice, it socuis that a cut ot cars had been set nut on one track and while Mr. Phillips was engaged in check- ing them up, another cut of two cars was kicked down upon him while he was standing on another track, uncon- scious of tlie approach of the cars. Hi- was knocked down and the two cars passed over his body, just above tin- waist line, severing the trunk from t'ji; lower limbs. Both arms were also cut off, a large hole was cut in one side of his.face and the back of his head was badly crushed. The fact that the dead man's watch had stopped at o'clock probably furnishes proof as to the exact time of Kody, Pennsylvania fireman, is on the sick list. X. Mi-ru. of the Pennsylvania ma- chine U sick und off duty. W, Stahlliut and T. II. Davis, Pennsyl- vania engineers, arc sick und off duty. K. W. Paul. the Pennsylvania ma- chine shop, will spend Sunday iu Chicago. J. Kmiyau. of the Bowser Oil Tank works, has returned from a trip to Ohi- Engineer C. A. Boyce, of the Xickel Plate, has reported for duty after an ab- sence. H. F. Carney, of the Pennsylvania ma- chine shop, will spend Sunday in Crest- line, 0. A. F. Cartwright, fireman on the Penn- sylvania road, is alwnt from duty on account of sickness in his family. Firemen 1.. M. Cheney, Kd. Teugarden und Ceurgfr of the Xickel Flute, are laying off for a few days. J. 11. Serviin. of the Pennsylvania ma- chine shop, accompanied by his wife, will visit friends in Portland over Sunday. A. Corey, general sales manager of the Bowser Oil Tank works, has returned from an extended trip through the south. A. Marshall, P. K. Bahh. A. Krantz. U t'ytoll and J. Trycc, employes at the the party to labor unions, rwmltiag is the afflrmition of a neutral utaud question. Tho ilght yester- day is interpreted M an unqualified con- demnation of tlie methods employed by tliv Industrial Workers of tku World. William D. Uayvrood, u. uieuibar of ths national executive committee of ths party and the leader of the I. W. W. forces in America, may become involved. He was one of ihe nominees for vice president, but declined. The nomination of party candidates was scheduled for 3 o'clock yesterday afternoon, but because of thu intense light on the relation of the party to violence, postponed under a suspen- sion of the rules until, the debate was i-wkd. The Domination began shortly after li o'clock and the candidates were named within an hour. Three Names Presented. Three names were presented for the presidential Charles Edward Russell and Seidel. The vote, count stood: For Debs, 185: for Seitkl, 50; for Russell, 64. There wore 275 votes cast of 293 in the convention, tha uther delegates being absent from the cession or not voting. More than a dozen names for the MISCHIEF "Too Tight" or "Too Loose" plays the mischief with feet. Stacy Adams shoes are chiropodists enemies. When your feet slide into Stacy Adams they will sigh! "For this relief much .thanks." M. APR 916 Calhoun Street Grades of COKZ, CHARCOAL. WOOD AM KIKDUHG A? Fort Wayne Coal Co. Phones 1082 WEIGHTS GUARANTE19, ,f 1 'I For best quality Anthiidte fell Domestic Coil towogt Call OLDS COAL CO. Phone 0034. Btll, vived by th.'ee sisters and one brother, as follows Mrs. E. A. Betz, of South Bend; Mrs. C. Moore, ad Mrs. M. De- Moss, residing at 1810 Uoaglnnd this city, and Thomas Phillips, of Baker Pennsylvania round house, are sick and street. duty. Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Terry will go to Phillips Chicago next week for a visit with rela- pluctaiit! lives. Mr. Terry is a Nickel Plate en- gineer. J. T. Leach, assistant foreman in the Pennsylvania erecting shop, ncrompanicd bv his sister, is visiting in A rather pathetic coincidence in con- iKction with tho death of Mr. was the fact that he seemed reluctant to go to work last night, and remarked I gineer. before leaving his home that he would J. T. lay off tonight. He spoko of no pre- sentment as to his fate, but .now that he was killed while engaged at his work, I for a few days, the fact that he was undecided whether to report for duty last night causes some comment among the immediate friends. The remains were removed to the un- del-taking parlors of Gete Cahill, or. C. F. Snyder, S. S, Deahl, A. B. Conn where they will be prepared for burial. and J. W. of. the Jvickcl Plate F. P. Parnin, district passenger agent of the Xickel 1'late, left for Chicago to- day, and will accompany the Mizpnh special in this city tomorrow. Conductors A. W. Seeley. J. C. Fletch Soon afterward he was charged with the violation of an injunction and was seut to jail for six months-for contempt of court. MASSACHUSETTS GETS PAINTING. nomination of vice president were pre- sented, all but three.flnally declining to moke the race. Among tho number de- lining was Charles Edward Kussell, vho. it was said before the nominations, vou'ltl not accept second place on the icket. The vote for the, vice presidential can- lidate found three in tlio John W. Slayton, of MeKeesport, Pa., Dan Hogan, of Huntington, Ark. The vote count stood: For Seidel, 159; for Hogan, 73; for, Slaylon, 24. Confusion is Intense. Confusion following tlw nomination of Webs and Seidel was intense. Hats flew into tho air, delegates sprung to their chairs and tables, embraced one another and shouted themselves hoarse. In the midst of demonstration following Boston, May latest painting of an ex-governor of the commonwealth of Massachusetts to be hung in the state house is that of Uon. L. Douglas, of Brockton. The picture has attracted unusual" attention from art critics from the fact that it was unani- mously passed by the Masaehufietts Art commission. This organization is com- prised of five recognized judges of art null the fact that they agreed on the merits of the work is an especially flat leriug compliment to the artist, Arthur M. Hazard, formerly of Brockton, Before the painting of Mr. Douglas was hung in the state house it was ex- hibited at the annual Art Display helc under tho auspices of the Brockton Women's club. It was viewed at tha time by hundreds of people who an clone acquaintances of Ex-Gomno the accident. Mr. Phillips was boun in this FAST RUN ON PENNSY. years ago on Dawaon street, a. short distance from his late place cf residence at 1'Jl'J Hoagland avenue. Ho attended the parochial schools of tli Cathedral congregation and was mar- ried about twelve years ago. The wid- ow, together with four little daughters, aged ten, eight, seven anil live vciua, respectively, survive. The deceased was popular among a wide circle of friends and during iiis twenty years of railroad service he be- came a great favorite with many of the trainmen in this city.. He was formerly a conductor on tin: Grand HupiiU and Indiana road, witli a run out of this citv, bub two years ago he severed .his connection with that company and en- the employ of the Wabash. com- i.any in the local yards. The news of liia 'tragic death was a shock to many i.f tl.: G. R. I. men with whom he was formerly associated, and the men in tl.e service speak of him in the highest terms of praise and greatly deplore the fact that one so popuhu should be so suddenly removed from their midst. Mr. Phillips was a member of the St Patrick's congregation and was also u member of Wayne division. Xo. 0.- B. C., and of the Brotherhood of Rail- way Trainmen, which organizations will probably have charge of the funeral. Besides the widow and four children mentioned above. Mr. Phillips is snr- aro laying off for a few dnys. Conductor T. Gnllivan and Brakemen F. A. Clippinger, E. L. Stone and E. L. Engineer Pearson and Fireman Shockey j Stone, Nickel Plate, men, have reported Make Record Time. for duty after a few days' lay off. ___. C. H. Grant, A. L. Haddox, K. J. Bow- With Engineer J. C. Pearson at tho era, L-. X. Wickcrt, C. W. Hngermaii, H. locomotive's throttle and Fireman F. A. K Crnnce and W. -C. Floring, Xickel Plate brnkcmcn, are on the off duty list. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Koch and two Shockey in the cab, the New York limit ed on the Pennsylvania road made a notablv fast run Friday evening between daughters will spend Sunday in Grand Rapids, the guests of relatives. Mr. Koch is a machinist in the Pennsylvania shops. Engineer H. F. Mansfield, of the ___o___ Nickel Plate, accompanied by his wife pulWont of Plymouth at 8 o'clock to I and son, will leave for Cleveland within the dot and, without stop between the tho next few days for a visit with rela- two cities, reached the station in Fort tives. Plymouth and Fort Wayne, covering the distance. miles, in minutes. The train had been laid out at Ham mond for 15 minutes from some causo and left Plymouth late. The engineer Wayne at six; minutes ahead of The friends of Engineer S. A. Robins, sche'dule time.' of the Xickel Plate, are showering him The train was composed of nine steel with congratulations over his reportei Pullmans and baggage cars and was marriage a few days ago to a popular :nilled by one of the new locomotives of Claypool lady. the company, of the K. 2-A type. The 1 A through coach will be attached to conductor in charge was Thomas Hall. Si'idel'fi nomination, the former Milwau- kee mayor was called on for a speech. "I thank you for the nomination, com- said Seidel, and 1 think I can assure you that Mr. Debs and I will give the1 enemy the hardest fight it has experienced. Aside from tho nominations, which wcro not completed until last night, the only other business of the convention t the afternoon session was tho adop- ion of a section of the constitution vhich places tho party as taking a de- ided stand against "violence ns a veapon of tho working classes." Tho cssion was the most heated of the con- and the section was not adopted until after several hours of debate vhich many times ran into personalities. Opposed to Violence. The section reads: "Any member of ,he party who opposes political action or advocates'crime, sabotage, or.other Douglas, and they were unanimous in their praise of "tho work. Prominent Boston judges, outside o the art commission, declared it to b one of the very best likenesses whic has ever been hung in the state house. the regular Lake Shore train out of thii been in the service of tho company for thirty-one years, twenty of which have been as an engineer.. HAND CARS BEING DISPLACED. ADDITIONAL SPORTS (Continued from Page 8.) IF IT'S A GOOD THING. HOTJSE NUMBERS 2-3-4-5-0-7-8-0-0. What's Yours! SEAVEY HARDWARE CO., hones 149-150. 119-121 W. Main St. Miss Maxine Biebcrshelmcr, of the uthcrnn hospital, was the first nurse to e admitted to practice in this state nder the new law regarding reciprocal icense with other states. City Coal and Supply Co H. C. HEINE, Mtntztr. Anthracite Coal, all sixes, Yardi, Hickel Plate and Phone 3011. Wm. Kaough Coal Co. COAL, COKE, WOOJ, ETC. at take Shore Tracks, of W.lli St -----Phone b THE DUNN COAL CO. Bilk Grade Coal, Coke tad Cbai- cod- Main Office 302 HirrUon Street. Phone 1461. South 1308 Hayden 8t. Phone 992. HIDES WIN CHAMPIONSHIP. Beat the Heads Three Elk League Straight for the Title. In thp roll-off between tho Heads anfl Hides, tied for first place .In the Elks' Bowling lenirue, the Hides won three straight. Billy 'Williams'lea the Ijowlors nd 'the eimes were followed by a ban- uet. Engineer Pearson1 in one of the best city next Tuesday, to ncommodate thos known men on the Pennsylvania, having desiring to attend the G. A. R. state en camnment in Uwt city. The is installing block sig nnls on three miles of track containin a had reverse curve between Attica am Williamsport, Ind., thus greatly elim mating the danger of collisions. Hnhig Azzar, a laborer at the Bass foundry, while engaged in rolling car wheels" onto a car this morning, had a ot badly bruised by n wheel which fell )on the" member. Kesler dressed e injury and the man was sent home. AGED MAN FELL IN WELL. e Was Rescued by Friend Eighty Years of Age. Uses Newbro' There is one sure nnd certain way for every woman to have beautiful hair, and that is to give it intelligent care, which includes the of Xewbro's Herpicide. This remarkable preparation kills ab- solutely the dandruff perm, eradicates dnndru'lT ami tlie bnir from fall- TVie. prophylactic action of Uerpicide keeps the bnir free from disease, nnd with the sealp sweet nnd clean a. natural hair growth is inevitable. HerpHde liair scintillates with health and vigor, light and luster, produced only by the well .known sralp nnd bair dressing. Xewbn.'s HerpiriMn. Xe.wbro'..- llorpiridu in "'He and 51.00 sizes' is sold by all dealer; who guar nntee it to do'r.ll that is claimed. If yon are not satisfied your money be refunded. All first-class barbers and hair dress- ers and recommend it- A snrapie and booklet will be sent to anv address upon receipt of Herpicide K.. Detroit. Mich. As the automobile is rapidly sup- planting the horse in the operation of read vehicle.-, so the gasoline motor ear is taking the place of the, old-time hand- cars on the railroads. It is no longer lu-ccssary for the roadmnsters, in mak- ing tours of inspection, to have, four husky men at the handle bars of a car. In place of tho old familiar grind of the sprocket, chain is heard the whirr of the motor almost small enough for a man to carry around in his pocket. It is as (treat an improvement over the, old hand- car as is the. compound locomotive over the old wood burner. Where the old handcar would carry only six men the gasoline motor car will carry seven or eight with baggage and provisions. Where the handcar would make less than 15 miles an hour on an even stretch of track the, motor will make 30 miles. The motor oars do not weigh more than 250 pounds. The wheels are two feet in diameter, and tho car rests on heavy springs, which makes riding nl most as easy as in a passenger coach The gasoline tnnk has a capacity of 1 to provide motiv powor for 250 miles. Each car ha heavy brakes so that it can bo stoppo .vithin its own length, and only one ma s noodod to oporato it. FREIGHT TERMINAL CHANGED. MAY BE St. Louis. Mo., May Lip- ert of Millstadt, 111.. old, was escued from a cistern by his SO-year-old eighhor: Jacob Muskopf. who heard Lip- ort's cries. Lippert's sight is poor, and walking about the yard he stepped n the boards covering the cistern. They roke and he fell into the water, which cached to his mouth. By standing upright and throwing lack his head Lippert was able to call or help. Muskopf heard him. By kneei- ng on the side of the cistern the res- cuer was able to reach Lippert's up- stretched arms antl pull him out. nethods of violence as a weapon of the working class to aid in its emanicpation shall bo expelled from membership in" the party. Political action shall be con- strued to mean participation in elections for public office and practical legisla- tive and administrative work along the lines of tlie socialist party platform." The action was opposed by the "direct action" forces, who have been espousing the cause of tho industrial workers o the world and was favored by the so called "yellow" or conservative faction in the party. Bernard Berlyn, of Ghi cago, in speaking iu fftvor of the sec lion, denied he was related hi experiences in Colorado, where he wa sent into various sections which he sail were "regarded as unhealthy" for socia' ists and concluded by saying, "I. wouli go to hell, if told to make a socialis speech there." Ho said violence did no gain the working classes anything. Personalities entered into the deba' when J. 0. Bentall, of Illinois, charge that the board of directors of the Daily t Socialist, published in Chicago, sanc- ticned violence in the recent garment uakers' strike in Chicago and charged Mary O'Reilly n.nd George Koop as be- Jngemach 3mrick Javaller luchel Totals Players. The scores: HEADS., Players. 1st. 113 162 143 154 150 197 142 1S3 120 3d. 14S 196 159 12'J 141 HIDES. 767 70S 1st. M Villiams 201 Krlll 145 MoCulloch lollenbeck Trentrjisn 1'SS 152 160 BC 1G6 ins IS" 14S Ely's Cream Balm Kills the Deadly Catarrh Germs. No Stomach Dosing. SURELY TRY THIS REMEDY Catarrh, which is bad-enough in itself, often results in loss of taste, smell and hearing, and leads to serious throat and lung troubles if not, promptly Checked. The scat of catarrh is usuallfiu the jack of tho uoso, nnd its natural course downward, into the throat and thcncu tho lungs. Don't take any If you have ny symptoms of up eciing'in the head, nasty discharge from lie nose, sore throat, or dry, hacking ough, get a fifty cent bottle of Ely': Cream Balm from your druggist, icgin the treatment at once. This remedy is not a "burning out' r "drying up" process.' It is simplj cleansing, healing, antiseptic Bain aken through the nostrils back into the icad and throat where it instantlj the seat of the trouble. That' he only way to effectually and perma ncntly cure catarrh. Catarrh makes you offensive to your self and friends. Start using Ely' Ireain Balm today, and in a short tim you will be permanently cured of thi nasty, disgusting disease. Meyer Bro HAKD AND SOFT COAL 'Hied Promptly. All Both Phones 135 OEG.H. KBUDOP Totals SIC 854 81 HIGH SCHOOL SCORES. PHYSICIANS Dr. W. T. Ferguson, SPECIALTY Dismes of Women and Disease? of Kidneyi. 222 West Wayne Street DR. MARY WHERY PHYSIOAJT AND SURGBOH. Office auS Berry St East I of Women. Telephone 4TA a. m. U p. and T to 9 p. Scores made by the Fort Wayne Hig School- In the baseball tournament a Purdue yesterday are as follows: Fort Wayne ..02620200 15 2 Rensselaer 4 3 Batteries W. IJeefl, Stonecifer and Roberts; Robinson and Gripe. R.H.E. Fort Wayne 2 0 Frankfort ......o 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 7 1 Batteries Reed anfl Roberts; Hayes and Price. PARKER'S HAIR BALSAM BBCi And ttcimtlfics the .Promote! I tanniaot poTti. Never Palis to Bestoro Bali to 111 Youthful Color. Prevents hair falling. ROr. and gl.no nt Pniggiats. ing the two of the directors who favored practice. Miss O'Keilly explained NEW PITCHER FOR ZANESV1LLE. O., May Farrell, one of the crack heavers ot the Ohio Pennsylvania league lost year, TVOS last night wired at Mansfield to join the local club at once, in response to his request Removal Notice! 1 Dr. J. Milton Eosenthal haa reraoTed; A dental office from flick Bldg., to! Trust Bldg. GOoV-7-8. Telephone 1387. rell made a good record last year -while hurling for tlie East Liverpool and Mans- field clubs. He ,won sixteen games and lost 12, allowing'an average of nine hits per game. EDDIE WHEELER IS DELIVERING. Eddie Wheeler's Beaumont team, is gel- tins away fine la the Texas league this year, being in second place. Hastily recruited it was figured as a tall-fender by critics around the circuit before the season opened. The Michigan baseball product is playing second base for his team and both fielding and batting In flne orm. CLEAW AMD SANITARY. That is the way jour washing comes back to you when dene by The Troy. Laundry Soft Water Method. Those 160. Rumor is current to the effect tha Klkhart may displace Engle.wood as freight, dispatching and 'transfer te min'.il on the. Lake Shore, and it is pa a meeting of the officials of that roa< will lie held in Toledo within the next fpw days (o take some definite action in the matter. 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