Fort Wayne Journal in Fort-Wayne, Indiana
15 Feb 1899

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15 Feb 1899

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Fort Wayne Journal (Newspaper) - February 15, 1899, Fort Wayne, Indiana 1868. There la be something a for women try Iota a cloakroom new Tanto read salts Fin new Golf capes for Spring. New fur Collar Eues. For now. Prices of tailored suits 10 to each. All Are made of Equine Goff Lish suiting. The of suit chg the Best value at the Price Ever offered new fur Collar ettes. This the an entirely new much lower in prices than usual. A Large variety of Shap a made of All popular furs. Selling commences to Day. Prices $1.76 $2, -f2.25, $2.50 and up to 925.00 underwear. A women Are finding out More and More the goodness of our Muslin underwear though factory made to All Pei Rances Home made. The new Spring exhibit is now to nig made the assortments of styles and sizes Complete. Gowns 50c to 15.00 each. Skirts 68c to $6.00 each. Corset covers 25c to $2,50each,. I it Rawers 25c to 12.50 each. Chemise 38c to �.75.qiosbams the very Large new line of Spring Gingham is the finest and most Complete that has Ever graced our imported Gingham. Pretty Domestic Gingham. For women s Quot dresses and waists. For children s Wear. At 6%c a cd a handsome line soft dress Gingham. Zephyr ,8c, 10c, 12c, 15c to 25c a Yard. Novelty Gingham a magnificent display 20c, 25c, 30c, 40c and soc a a Ard. Butterick patterns and All publications for March Are Here. The Rurode dry goods co. In to break the by osts. To warranty proceedings commenced in Missouri. Jefferson a itt mo., feb. 14.�? attorney general Crow filed suit to to to night in the supreme court to to reak up the plug tobacco Trust. He Institute quo warranty proceedings. Now is the time to buy your boy a knee Pant suit. $2.50 suits for i1.8s $5.00 suits go for $3.75. Reuben s. Patterson. La Quot ii a $3 hat in the Are showing the Xii in the latest in b it thru it of Bir a Aaden a amendments held up to await the plea re of col Oael poster. Or. Louttit is Jures the admission of women to the feeble minded school. The county Reform Bill up in the Senate All a a noon but the statesmen adjourn without action democrats Exchange angry words in the Senate Over the apr Opria Tion of $100,000 for the completion of the soldiers Monument primary election Law up for consideration. Special to the journal Indianapolis feb. 14.�?the House committee on. Benevolent institutions will a report favourably or. Lout tit s Bill requiring All childbearing feeble minded women up to forty five years to be kept at the feeble minded school. The county Reform Bill was called up in the Senate this afternoon on third Reading but adjournment was taken without a vote and it will come up again to Morrow morning. The Hugg Bill applying the australian system to primary elections the same As the gloss Breziner Bill in the House was amended in the Senate to insert a local option clause allowing party county committees to decider whether elections will be held under its plans. The fort Wayne charter amendments proposed by or Shambaugh extending the terms of works tres tees and reducing the rate of Street assessments to.6 per cent., Are being held up in the Senate committee on cities and towns. The excuse Given is a desire to wait until colonel d. Foster can be heard. The fort Wayne members who got them through the House fear they Are being purposely held up. It is nearing the end of the session and time they say is precious. Or. Reser s Bill establishing two election boards one to receive and the other to count votes failed to pass in the House by a vote of 22 to 48. Or. Canada s Bill requiring semiannual reports of receipts and disbursements of the state educational institutions passerby a vote of 82 to 2. Baker of Whitley a Bill against loan Sharks was engrossed with an amendment proposed by or. Eichhorn which makes 6 per cent the Inaxi mum Legal rate of interest. It is announced to Day by or. Reser that there will be no minority reports of the committee on county and township business against the township and county ret i a Walls and there is now Little doubt tha i hey will pass the House. Or. Reser concedes now thit if they Are properly amended he will vote for them. Louis Ludlow. In the House. The House set Oft in the debt of humor tuesday morning. This condition was brought about the marriage of representative Maitland a. Claycomb of Monroe City Knox county monday to miss Barbara Marchino. Willough by of Vincennes offered a Resolution that whereas Clay Catob had committed Matrimony he appear before the bar of the House with his Bride and a it Pear without his Bride before such other bar As the members of the Bouse May direct. It was adopted with laughter Claycomb alone voting no. By Wenburg s Bill to make candidates i fll6 itemized sworn statements of All elation expenses came up on second Reading. It req ii that food drink and amusements be sped led with their Cost and the persons to pm fur . Amendment to in. We try the a exp Erie to 6p insurance Ani it paving. And arson. Ind., feb 14.-the latest in life insurance scheming will be experimented with in this City in the paving of six or so Ven this year. Neil try Loiis have been opened to Ork out the plan which Haa been adopted at Norwich a y., by which life insurance com shies build the st feets and take As pm a meet life insurance policies of a car to a Timber of citizens. A bonded debt is placed with the insurance companies at 3 per cent As Security and the streets Are constructed. The fifteen year policies Are us. The payment on them is very easy and is spread Over a Long time. It is the very latest and most no Vel method yet evolved. Underwear discounted during Patterson s Sale until february 25th. A of 20 per which cent lasts father Sheblak a amp bed. A. O Bishop of Havana would not Alixie him to Pray at Maine anniversary ceremonies. Havana Bishop of to r allow Man who from Porto feb. 14.�?mgr. Santander. Havana has declined. Father. Thomas Sher recently arrived Here Rico to its old prayer at the. Cemetery to Morrow when the ladies of this City Are to decorate the Graves of those who lost their lives on the battleship Maine. The City Council has decided to be represented at the ceremonies by to ree of its members. Private Mcdonald of company a eighteen i United states infantry was stabbed in the Back last night while walking with a Spanish woman. Mcdonald died and his body was buried this morning the detectives Are seeking for his murderer. Join Coli Simms red that All Neky Otia tons arb off. Washington feb 14.�?the High joint commission held a session and adjourned until to Morrow. A Rumor prevailed in congressional circles that negotiations were practically at an end and would fail but this was denied by senator Fairbanks and Faulkner who Quot Are Mei Bers. It was Learned however that their Are questions upon which no agreement can now be reached and the Ina pres Sion prevails that the commissioners found themselves unable to see a Way out of the differences presented at the session to Day although it was determined to. Nake further efforts. A Complete failure. London feb. 14.�?the Washington correspondent of the chronicle expresses the belief that to Day s session of the Anglo american High Connis Sion will be the last and that the negotiations. Will result in Complete failure the american commissioners refusing the concessions asked by the canadians. �?-0-Kost sail of Fine footwear at the Hoosier shoes Tore a 1.001 big bargains. Ladies Button shoes that sold for $2.50 to $3.00, Quot Kost sail Quot Price 47 cts. Children s and misses Black or Tan Button or lace $2.oi goods Quot Kost sail Quot 78 and 98 cts. Gents Fine enamel and Patent leather goods regular Price $3.50 to $5.00, Quot Kost sail Quot $1.50 to $2.00. A gents j. Amp m. Best $6.00 goods tans Vici or Box calf. Quot Kost sail Quot $5.00. Gents Quot legals Quot tans enamels or Box calf Best $3.50 shoe Ever made Quot Kost sail Quot $2.75. Ladies Foster s Best hand Welt or turns $5.00 goods Quot Kost sail Quot $4.00. Ladies $3.00 dress footwear newest styles. Quot Kost said Quot $2.50. All ladies $2.00 goods latest toes Quot Kost sail Quot $1.75. Everything except Sor Osife and rubber goods at Quot Kost Quot for ten Days till february 25 at Quot o. B. Fitch 30 Calhoun st. Rex defied the cold. The Mardi gras opened despite inclement conditions. \ new Orleans feb. 14.�?the Rex Parade Torday was spoiled to some extent by tire cold weather which materially reduced the crowds on the streets but the pageant was nevertheless a magnificent one. The subject was Quot the reverie of Bex Quot and there were Nineteen cars illustrating fanciful subjects. J Comus paraded to neg by despite the rain and cold wave and sleet covered streets the pair aide was made up of Twenty gorgeous pictures illustrating important events la jewish history As Tol d try Jor Ophus tiie Street paint was followed by the usual Bill at the French opera Howe with miss gobble wiffen Crawn Een of it the to Day Wplf amp Dessauer give to every customer purchasing $1 or Over a souvenir spoon of the ill fated Bani ship do not fail to procure one of these souvenirs in commemoration of this Date. Special display of new White goods embroideries and Muslin amp Dessaur a special souvenir Day in commemoration of the Date of the destruction of our battleship Quot Maine Quot we will give to Day free to every customer purchasing $1.00 or Over one of the souvenir spoons bearing a fac-8knile of the ill fated battleship. Special display of new White goods embroideries and mus Lin underwear. 1/ev/v ,70 amp 72 Calhoun st. Standard files answer. Columbus Ohio feb. 14.-the so Quot Ard Oil company filed an answer to the ouster petition of attorney general Nett denying All the averments of the attorney general. It sets up the averment that the act under which the action of the state is brought is unconstitutional. The defendants decline to verify Timeir answer As admission of certain fact might subject the company and its officers to criminal or penal conviction Don t forget that we Are Selling to Wabash overalls and jackets at 25 per cent discount. Reuben s. Patterson. J warm Quot bargain never mind the Arctic weather you will experience a very comfortable feeling when you inspect our amazing Low prices we place on Sale a big lot of kid gloves. We propose to close out them As follows 8-Button length suede kid gloves were $1.75 pair for 99c. 8-Button length Glace kid gloves were $1.75 pair for 99c. All the new shades 4-Button Dorothy Glace kid gloves were $1.60, for 98c. 300 pieces Gingham a Domestic and imported. We offer the entire lot m follows. Lot -1, at 7c a cd were 10c> 12c and is. Lot 2, at 8c a cd were 12c and 15c. Lot 3, at 10c a cd were 12c and 15c. Lot 4, at 16c a cd were 20o, 25e and 30c. We Are opening each Day cases of Bright new Spring goods in washable fabrics. Dress goods. Silks and dress trimmings. Laces embroideries kid <31oves, will set the Pace for the grandest line of spirit goods in this by ladies will be our showing fed we Proi Ose to Mhz Taia Mir Tep Tatton for the Iliili purr of High Klass a liable Mercora we Cordi Auy invite Dpi to or Quot a f Fil a

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