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Fort Wayne Journal (Newspaper) - February 15, 1899, Fort Wayne, Indiana Stimulate the stomach Tome the liver cure bilious Ness headache dizziness. A oar by Onuiel a the. Price 25 Cento sold by �11 Dmn Bettr. The Only my to take with but mgt a i pills the fort Wayne journal the journal company publisher. Esta Lish 18& it i tatted at the port Wayne Poat office As Aeo obd Clasa matter. Liel bbb of Asboe Abd press. Terms of subscription. By mail postage prepaid. Dany edition one year parts of one year per month. My Imlay Edlon. One year �.00 to City subscribers. Dally delivered sunday included 10c yer week. Weekly edition. Ona copy one year. Address the journal 43 East main Street. Port Wayne ind. Parties desiring the journal served at their Homes can secure it by postal mid request or through Dephone no. Ii. Where delivery is irregular please make immediate complaint to the office. Wednesday february 15, 1899. Fort Wayne will Benefit and be benefited by inter Urban electric railways. Of since the address of senator Foraker before the Ohio Republican league and the popular demonstration that attended his Home coming the Republican organs of Ohio Are advising senator Han a and president Mckinley to get into the Foraker band Wagon. The Street railway company will discover that the City has some rights before it concludes its engagement with the people. There is no disposition to do the company wrong but there is a disposition to compel the company to treat the people right. Governor Roosevelt is always doing something practical. When he found the poor of new York suffering from the cold he opened the armoires in the City to them and in the Barracks the poor and homeless people of a great City were fed and clothed and warmed and made comfortable. Of the City Council expresses it Well. It would indeed be unjust to. Curtail the salary of mayor Scherer and it surprises us that colonel Foster permitted such an amendment to his Bill since at the meetings of the non partisan committee an understanding was reached that the present terms or salaries of the City officers were not be. Curtailed and it is not right or proper or honest to do so of a judge Dellenbaugh of Cleveland accused by Vernon h. Burke of misconduct in office and with unprofessional action involving moral turpitude has been found guilty by a commission of three Cleveland judges of misconduct and irregularity in securing the journal nation of the Manning divorce Case. There were two other and Graver charges one accusing him of extorting Money but the commission did not deem the evidence sufficient and the third charge was not considered. The court decided not to impose a sentence upon judge Dellenbaugh until Vernon h. Burke has been tried upon the same charges As he admits his part in the crime. The penalty provided by Law is disbarment or suspension from the practice of Law. -0 after six weeks in the committee incubator a Bill has been prepared for consideration of the Illinois legislature it jul pass a id be approve a by is Var nor Tanner. The salient features of the Bill Are maximum rate of fare 4 cents at All hours. Maximum for air franchises Twenty five years. Local Street railway commission compos of the mayor who is chairman sex Ordo and two elective Mem Bers at a salary of $5,000 each. Provision that the City. Councils an Only accepts reject pension ordinances recommended by the a on mis Sion but May Amend All new ordinances. Commission Given full authority to make All terms and contracts including those for compensation. Provision that in Case of refusal on the part of a company to accept an ordinance recommended by the commission and passed by the Council it can do business under the old contract until an agreement can be reached. General Loeb s threat. Speaking at the Brooklyn Union league club s Lincoln Day banquet monday night. Secretary of War Alger said that few men could realize unless they sat Down and looked Over the work what a task it was to gather up Quarter of a million men from All Over the country and equip them tent them transport them and make Camps for them to transport 50,000 of them to Points 12,000 Miles apart fight Battles and close up tie. War in 113 Days. Quot when the great Call rang out on the 23rd of april Quot said general Alger Quot thousands of men offered themselves from All Over the country. A Quarter of a million were taken and for what they have done they have no apologies to make to the world. They have filled their places As american soldiers and they Are now talking to night at Manila better than i can talk for them. They Are acquitting themselves As american soldiers. Of that 250,000 Mon who came in May and june 150,000 have returned to their Homes and Are now pursuing the peaceful walks life 125,000 now remain and we Hope that soon we shall have an army Bill such As is fitting for this mighty nation that we can relieve these volunteers and put men in their places willing to serve As soldiers. If this is denied us i want to pledge you that the men in the Field though their time May be up will never be heard in Cono Bess. By or. Robinson of Indiana protest of the Rev. E. B. Westhaver of Wolcottville ihd., against the seating of Brigham h. Roberts As a representative from Utah to the committee on elections no 1. -�?0 newspaper talk. Evading the beef Issue. The Quot distinction betwee it Quot canned meats Quot which includes torched beef and the ration in question canned roast beef is too evident to need pointing out but the commission is apparently unable to see it. It did not want to. Quot canned meats Quot Are wholesome and Are desirable for an army ration and have been used in the army from Tine Smitn Emrial but scanned roast beef Quot according to an. Immense amount of testimony is not to be included in this general classification. t to. Who is the pit Blic Libb Abt closed. Kansas City Star in the matter of the embalmed beef the War investigation commission seems to have overlooked colonel Roosevelt s Testi Vony and that of several other officers whose word is beyond dispute. The charge made by general Miles was that chemically treated beef had been shipped on the transports. The commission reaches the conclusion that because there is none of this beef now in sight the charge is false. The commission goes looking for chemicals in the canned roast beef and As general Miles could have told them it finds Nona it then ignores the unanimous testimony of the commanders of every regiment in the service at Santiago in regard to the canned roast beef and unloads an essay upon the general subject of Quot canned canned meats Are used in Alaska the commission says and attempts to throw the blame upon general Miles for using canned roast beef because he concurs in the state pianos Are endorsed by the most eminent artists of the Day. Pianos Excel in lasting and staying in tune qualities. Pianos in Ali the late styles and different Woods can be seen at our retail Ware rooms 120 Calhoun st. Pianos Are guaranteed by a company composed of some of our leading and Best known citizens. Pianos have Atu ined a prominence with the music Trade and musicians that stamp them As instruments of the highest Quality. Ii ear the latest Lois proved Edison Eboni apr Talkad sing the Ute hits of the Day at the port Wayne ind., feb. 14, 1899. To the editor of the journal Why is it that the fort Wayne Public Library is closed so often of late when it was located of East Wayne Street there was two weeks that it was closed for the purpose of straightening out some unknown Crook which might have been done with open doors. Now during this cold spell and even after it is ended the Library is again closed and that too just at a time when it should be kept open. I venture to say that since it has been closed this last time there has been nearly a thousand persons fooled to its doors after walking through the cold to deliver or get a Book. During the cold Winter evenings is when the Library is sought but now we find it cold and deserted. There is no Public Library in this whole country that closes its doors against patrons As often As ours. Even sundays at certain hours Entrance to libraries May be had in Lafayette Indianapolis and Chicago but in fort Wayne where it is run on the instalment plan and closed at the whim of a few Wonyen we May or May not be Able to get books when we want them. If it is too cold these Days for these women to stay in the Library Why is it that Coal or Wood is not provided there is no excuse for closing the doors of the Library during this cold spell when there is Coal and Wood in abundance at. The very doors except the whims of the few women who control its privileges. What would be thought of the Public officers of the City and county if they should close their offices against those who have business there i assert without successful contradiction that no Library in this whole country is run on such a business principles As the fort Wayne Public Library. Let us have its doors open by the present management or else put some one in who will see that the Public gets what is due them. W. J. Paisley. $100 Beward $100 the readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that Sci Erie has been Able to cure in All its stages and that is Catarrh. Hall s Catarrh cure is the Only positive cure known in the medical fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional disease requires a constitutional treatment. Hall s Catarrh cure is taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system thereby destroying the foundation of the disease and giving the patient strength by building up the Constitution and Pattii reels doing its work this proprietors have so much a tar in its Carat Lvi a Powers that they offer one Hundred dollars for any Case that it fails to cure. Send Foi list of testimonials. Address f. J. Cheney amp co. Toledo o. Sold by druggists 75c. Hall s family pills Are the Best. A to in some stores purchasing is gambling because there Are Quot chances Quot a there Are risks Here you never find pm. We will take Back what you buy if it s your wish. Reuben s. Patterson in. Charter amendments Field up to await the pm Asur of Coloneri roster. Continued from first Ltd Ife Indian news. He fooled Jennie. Who was prepared in her Best togs for the ceremony. Waterloo ind., feb. 14.�?frank r. Fisher a Salesman for tie Robert Wicks company of Utica n. Y., and miss Jennie Showalter of Waterloo Yere to have been married sunday night. When the Bride and minister were waiting Fisher sent a note saying he had been called away. Later he declared the wedding off without explaining. Three cent fares. Labor says met be secured Indianapolis at All hazards. Indianapolis ind., feb. 14.central labor Union monday night authorized its legislative committee to Confer with the City officials on the Street car situation and empowered it by Resolution Quot to see that the interests of the Labouring people Are safeguarded in any franchise that May be granted or in any legislation that May be the Union insists that three cent fares must be obtained even if concessions along the line of Cross receipts to be paid to the City and Street paving have to be made. It also declares that a thirty year franchise should not be granted. The Union adopted a Resolution of sympathy for mayor and mrs. Taggart in the loss of their daughter Florence aboard the launch Paul Jones. A Resolution was adopted giving the support of the Union to representative Lief s Bill prohibiting combinations of persons firms or associations tending to prevent free Competition in Busine amps. Elude county and state chairmen was adopted. The members of. The House it appears suffered sorely at the re cent election and they want to get at the persons who assessed them. Scott seconded by Somera moved to kill but the motion was tabled by a Viva voc vote on Brown s motion. Brown said that no one anxious for purity of elections would make a motion to kill such a Bill. Eichhorn offered an amendment limiting the expense of a candidate for township office to $25 for county office $150 for state Olyce $1,000. Rifenburg author of the Bill opposed the amendment saying the purpose was Tot to restrict a Man in a Campaign for education but to let the people know just what Money was spent for. Artman favored Eichom s amendment adding that As Eichhorn is to be a candidate for governor the House _ should place the exp Ense within his reach. His amendment was tabled and the Bill was passed to engrossment. It is believed that the Bill. If made a Law will do much toward the purification of Bill raising the salary of an official of the soldiers and sailors orphans Home was engrossed. The Farmers took a hand when Caraway s measure to limit the charge for feed in Stock Yards to 50 per cent above Market Price was read a second time. It was related that Farmers suffer the worst sort of extortion when their Stock is received in Yards. Eichhorn thought it reprehensible that the legislature should Sanction extortion of any kind and moved to Amend by making the Legal charge Market Price. Comp ton moved to table and the author of the amendment demanded the ayes and noes. The motion carried by a vote of 38 to 37. An amendment by Hedgecock to re Strk to the charge to 33 per cent above Market Price was also tabled and the Bill was passed to third Reading. Glossbrenner gave the Quot history of the primary election movement when his Bill on that subject came up As a special order and explained the provisions of the Bill. He had studied the Prima election Laws of other states and had compiled his Bill to make it harmonious with Indiana election Laws. A score of Amend cents were offered and accepted with Little discussion. An amendment offered by James provided that the polls should open at 10 o clock instead of 1 o clock so that Farmers and labourers would have a Chance to vote at the dinner hour. Glossbrenner said the polls Are open under the Bill from 6 to 8 p. A and that the labourer could vote then. Wien a motion was made to table James called for the ayes and noes. Motion to table was lost by a vote of 66 to 12. Then Whitcomb of Mirion attempted to get. An amendments to the amendment opening the a Falls at 12, but he. Withdrew it when James said he would t vote for the Bill if the polls were not to open at 10. His constituents had demanded this change in the Bill. Williams who said Henry county had been conducting primaries favored .10 o clock. The Bill was passed to third Reading. On motion of hedge cock 500 copies of the Bill As amended will be printed for the members. Teachers licenses. House Bill 351 or. Caraway gives applicants for licenses to teach the right to elect whether the county superintendent or the state superintendent of Public instructions shall examine their papers. If the state superintendent shall examine and pass favourably upon the papers the License issued shall be Good in any part of the state. A motion by or. Williams to strike out the enacting clause failed and the Bill was advanced. Equalization of salaries. Or. Roots s Bill no. 509for the equalization of fees and salaries of Public officers came up on second Reading. Or. Artman moved at once to strike out the enacting clause. Or. Roots spoke for his Bill and moved to table or. Artman s motion. He said he did not know Quot whether or. Artman had a grudge against him or against the Bill if it was against him he did not care but if it was against the Bill he objected strongly. On his motion or. Artman s motion was tabled and the Bill was advanced to engrossment without amendment or further discussion. In the Senate. An $1,800 Blaze. Montpe Jer ind., feb. 14.�?the residence occupied by Joseph Troy of the steel casting Plant was destroyed by fire last evening. It was owned by William silvers of Bluff ton. Loss $1,800 insured in the Hartford of Hartford for $1,200.sporting. Memphis tenn., feb. 14 a Billy o Donnell of Memphis and Quot kid Quot -Goul-Ettie,.of Rochester n. Y., fought a Twenty round draw s new head. Chicago feb. 14.�?w. H. Ties Dale vice president and genes Aumi a or of the Chicago Rook Island tend Pacific Railroad has announced to Ai he liar acc Tea the presidency of the Delaware i Jackawuann West Road to Sucre Samuel Sloan. The committee on corporations reported favourably upon representative Clemens Bill to require Strett cars to be heated and also upon Nusbaum s Bill declaring All express companies common carriers and preventing their discrimination in charges. The committee on fees and reported against Early s Bill by request regulating the fees of justices and putting justices upon a salary of $2,000 in town ships i of Over 29,000, and favourably upon Agnew s Bill allowing City treasurers in cities of 35,000 and Over 6 per cent of delinquent taxes collected. The first thing done tuesday morning was to carry the vote to table the committee report on Gill s taxation Bill that was so thoroughly discussed monday. Two weeks ago senator Gwin introduced a Resolution to have the president of the Senate appoint a non partisan committee to investigate the affairs of the state prison and the reformatory. He argued that there were Gross mismanagement and misappropriation of funds. The Resolution was referred to the committee on benevolent institutions. Gwin waited till tuesday morning for the report of the committee and when it came not he in. Produced another Resolution to compel the committee to make its report. The Resolution was introduced at the wrong time and a Lared out of order. Gwin will introduce it again. He avers that his charges Are True and that thorough investigation should be made. A House bul was substituted for Goss Senate Bill providing the manner of bringing a Uit on Street assessment liens and passed. The Bill provides for the proper noticing of those against whom the claim is and Woides that attorney s fees shall not be in excess of the amount of the assessment. The Bill will the Lini Jim cd Brittee Tai we is refenea.,t6 Reno �dation9ot the state reformatory for an appropriation of something like $225,000 for improve mental recommended that the matter. Go to a joint meeting of the finance we ays and Means committee before a report be made. Newby s Bill requiring polls in Small towns to be opened from 6 a. To 4 p. M., Carr Ledl senator Wood Lias been besieged by a number of private Bankers from Over the state who have been Quot going after Quot him for a Bill he introduced to compel All private binks to make quarterly reports of their assets. Liabilities and All other matters that would be advantageous to the Public. At present. Wood says private Banks Are conducting their business in Many cases on a precarious basis and should be exposed when Leich s Bill to appropriate $100,-0 to Complete the soldiers and sailors Monument came up a Sharp discussion arose Over it. If Baum began to Call a halt on the regular am it Rop Hatlon to Quot Complete Quot the Monument. He said it bid fair to go on indefinitely. Heller also went after the appropriation. He said it had Cost several times More than the original idea involved. He. Said he could not do too much for the living soldiers acid the widows and children of dead soldiers but claimed that enough had been done for the amp memory of the dead soldiers in Indiana. Heller argued that the Quot works of Art should be let out to the lowest Hugg scored him on this Point. Johnson of Jay offered an amendment. Cutting the appropriation Down to $50,000. Quot Wood spoke against the amendment. He urged the completion of the Monument once and for All time. Quot Stilwell s speech furnished the spice for tie discussion. He is a Democrat but arose and spoke from the Republican Side. He no sooner got to his feet than he launched into an arraignment of those of his Side who opposed the Bill. Drummond and Nusbaum arose under his Shaip words and claimed Stilwell was out of order As he was on the wrong Side of the House. Stilwell grew hot at Nusbaum and pointing his Finger at him shouted "1 am a better Democrat than . Stilwell was declared in order. He said Quot the democrats have been called Quot rebel allies British hirelings and Spanish sympathizers and i do not know but that the attitude of some of the democrats in this chamber is of a kind to warrant this presumption. This is not a Republican Monument nor a democratic Monument but one to the memory of the valor of our patriotic Drummond was White with suppressed rage when he arose to reply to Stilwell s remarks. He began by saying that Stilwell should fold his tent and go Over to the Republican Side As he was not a Democrat. Quot he made the charge Quot said Drummond Quot from his own so called democratic lips that we Are called Spanish sympathizers. Such a charge was never made but arose from his own malignant heart. His lips Are Blue with hatred for this Side of the House and he is a false maligned of the people that sent him Here. You will find the men on the minority Side True i Blue when it comes to a question of patriotism. In spite of the gentleman from . I the Bill carried Goodwine. Gwiri., Hellei and Keeney voting against it. Nusbaum s vote was a Surprise. To measure his Loy Alt and patriotism Nusbaum said he would draw his chek for $50 in favor of the Lafayette soldiers Home if Stilwell would do the one of the. Bills ,pas.se4aliows. Sheriff s3 a Day in. Addition to ibis a Lelage. For taking prisoners to a file penal institutions. A a a .�.�?�r-v,- senator Stilwell s amendment to tie bigamy Law the first of its kind in the country. Was pass d. Efy this amendment the bigamist Quot can be punished in the county in which he is stopping and does not have to be taken Back to the county where the took place. That is the principle of the imperialists. The reason has been of sly Ted from earliest Chris Tian Ages Quot if by the different branches of the historic Chat tech to greek roman and Anglia can How Ash wed Nejdat while. Be observed. It col. W. J. Bryan talks at st. Paul on the effects of the treaty with Spain a people must determine our policy. St. Paul feb. 14.�?col. W. J. Bryan was the guest of Honor at a banquet Given by Minnesota democratic and populist politicians at the Ryan hotel to night. Over 500 were present. Colonel Bryan spoke on his appearance and remarks called Forth Hearty applause. He said Quot the ratification of the treaty in Stea d of committing the United states to a colonial policy really clears the Way for the re cognition of a philippine Republic. Lincoln in his first inaugural message condensed an unanswerable argument into a Brief question when he said can aliens make treaties easier than friends can make Laws the same argument is presented in the question could the Independence of the filipinos be secured More easily by diplomacy from a foreign and hostile nation than it can through Laws passed by Congress and voicing the sentiments of the american people alone if Independence is More desirable to our colonial policy who is there or what is there to prevent the recognition of Phil Pine Independence it is absurd to say that the United states can be transformed from a Republic into an Empire without consulting the voters. Imperialists May be willing to deny to the filipinos the right to govern themselves but they cannot deny to the american people the right to deter nine the policy to be pursued by the United states in settlement of the philippine question. Until the people express them lives we can Only guess their views but not safer to suppose that they will adhere to the ideas and policies of. A Century than to assume that they will go Back to the Creed of Kings and to the gospel of Force. Quot in commemoration of the fact that for Fence was our ally in secure it a Independence the. Citizens of that Nat it a joined Ith the Cit Lens of the United states in juicing in new York Huber an heroic boat ii representing Liberty Enlil Stein the orm what course shall our \ Aatu on pursue. Send the statue of Elberty Baclic to France and borrow i a statue of William the icoa4u�ror?- or shall our nist Tion so act in to Stiable the american pm Opit to Iblis with a Fiu Planos in pm actor in to Hipfl. Of i Fonua a Sec a go Tell in the w the season of Lent has been observed from the earliest Christian Ages a it is to Day observed in the different branches of the historic Churchy greek roman and anglican. The word itself is of Anglo Saxon origin and Means Spring. Hence the name for the great Spring fast of the Church. Though a fast before easter is of very Early origin its duration was not settled Una til a later period. Irenaeus and ter. Julian the Christian writers of the Sec it Ond Century speak of its general use throughout the Church in their time. There was a diversity of use through out Christendom As to time and observances but in the sixth Century the length of the fast was fixed As forty Days having reference to the forty Days of Moses and Elijah and Christ to. The wilderness. Lent when observed to Day retains its ancient features of prayer fasting and alms giving. It is a time when in All of the churches observing it there Are special services and Seri Nons. The last week known As holy week is observed with the greatest strictness and solemnity. It is a season when the Church counsels abstinence. From food and the cessation of things having a Festal character. Christ enjoined fasting on his disciples. In answer to those who came to him he said st. Mark 11 18-20. Quot and the disciples of John and the pharisees used to fast and they come and say unto him. Why do the disciples of John and the Uliari sees fast but thy disciples fast not Quot and Jesus said unto them can the children of the Bri Dechambo a fast while the bridegroom is with. Them As Long As they have the bridegroom with them they cannot fast. But the Days will come when the bridegroom. Shall be taken away from them and. Then shall they fast in those when we turn to the Sermon on the mount we understand the real position of fasting As Laid Doorn by our lord. There he enjoins his obligation when he unites in a three fold cords prayer fasting and alms giving which Point to Man s duty to god to his neighbor and to himself. The lenten fast shows How it has Ever been the mind of the Church to Trace with rever Ance the example of our lord and to it follow him in his humiliation As Well As his Triumph. As his passion preceded his glorious resurrection so a time of penitential sorrow would naturally be fixed before the easter season of rejoicing. A. At Trinity Church the Rayj. A w. See Breas Rector of Trinity episcopal Church announces the following services of holy communion and prayer to be held at the Church to Day in Observance of the recurrence of Ash wednesday holy communion 8 00 am it morning service with Sermon 10 30 . Evensong with Sermon 7 30 p. M Catholic services. In the Catholic churches services will be held at 9 o clock this morning. The services will consist of High m�u9s, Sermon and Blessing and distribution of the penitential ashes. This evening there will be services consisting of prayers Sermon and Benediction. The lutheran services. The German lutheran churches will have special Huenten services throughout the season. Quot twice a week in the evening there Are prayer meetings and sermons with separate exercises in the morning for the children in some of the churches. The lutheran Observance of the season is very rigid any one can Wear uniforms. No Law to pret ent it Rollans let Erl hav tie Melvea in military incr fiery. Quot there is an entire absence of Law protecting the army in Fornis Quot of Sei Ved an Irmy Fiscer Quot and Peculiar As it May seem it is not a violation of Law military or civil for any Jinan to sized person to t eur Ibe uniform of an officer or sol Lier. In Vilior words. It would not violate Auy a a if anyone paraded the streets in the full military uniform of a general colonel or other officer. In Europe it is entirely different and if an person publicly wore the uniform of an army or Navy officer without Atli Ozity he would be gobbled up. Stripped of his military or naval fixings and would have a Long stay in prison for his offence. There have been a number of efforts in this country in the state. Legislatures to make it a crime to Wear the uniform without proper. Legal authority of la officer of the state no a. Tonal guard or militia but somehow they were never a crystallized into Law. The offence Dos not often occur but should it happen and it has happened sometimes there is no penalty. Of4 course if an unauthorized person committed any offence against the Law such As false pretences he would be liable to punishment tinder the general Law to prevent frauds. Quot the same absence of Legal protect to ton exists in relation to wearing uie medal of Honor awarded by a Bongren and it is known that certain person a to have medal of that kind and trave worn them without the authority of Congress. The Bow of the Amer i. Legion of Honor is however pro i. For by Law and it is a violation. For any unauthorized person to a of Wear it quo when some men can t make it an Hong a else the a to

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