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Fort Wayne Journal-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 16, 1918, Fort Wayne, Indiana just to. Ali a Mize their dead to Day fort Wayne trainmen and auxiliary to pay tribute to those who have gone. Fort Wayne Lodge no. 1s6, brother Hood of hallway trainmen and Loyal Londro. No. 86. Ladles auxiliary to the brotherhood of trainmen will hold joint memorial services this afternoon at 3 o clock in Unity Hall Corner Cal Lioun and Holman streets. On the memorial Roll of the organization appear Tho names of one Hundred Mem no longer on the Active list but Graves and memories Are kept Dirreen by observances of this charac Ter. Fort Wayne Lodge also feels the greatest Pride in the fact that its serv ice Flap is strewn with fifty nine stare representing the steadfast loyalty and americanism of the boys of no. 136. Are with the colors. Of the fifty Lune members in service thirty Are Bow in France. Butler news Butler. Ind. June and mrs. H. A Burns Mew Wanda Brown and miss a Molly Fuller attended the ept North Leftere convention of the m. E. Church which we held at Nappanee tuesday wednesday. Butler friends received word from Elmer a Langton that he arrived safely at Camp Taylor and Well pleased with army life far. He member of the depot brigade. Or. And mrs. John Hamilton win this week for an extended visit at de troit Mich with their Carroll. Alio visit mra. Ira act Orrville. Ohio and or. And my. Georve Brown at Magallon Ohio. L. D. Enl Saljr and family. Or. And mra. J. W. Showalter and family. Or. And mra we Capp and family c. E. Brown and family and my. Nora Hudd and Eon Rob Ert motored to Loran the and spent the Flat of the week with mrs. O. T. In lonely. Mrs. L. D. In Lily. H. L. Teas and mra. J. O. By Nair "wodneada3 for Dunkirk to a lilt Rev. And my. A. H. Backup. John lion Ana family til Liu Iier and mra. Jenk Lna left to Day for att la Creek. Mich., to woe the s be Nkani. Who by atoned at Camp Cunter with the United stated troops. They will relatives who real of n or the in nip. A Harding accompanied father we. Hard inc of fro Mont to a annl Purlum near fort Wayne where will Tuki term to Dent for up or in or ten. Minerva Tkv titon them and Ivyll care for or. Hard in in during it or. And my. Ben Cornell who have Yvelt Lnier their won. Attorney anger Cor Nell i. For avoral Home to apr Ley. The Detroit in the future. Rmer Frt to Andrew Rmer Frt homr from Camp Chi Star Buttle Creek. Mich., where a Cotta or of i Guys it stationed with the to. 8. Troops. Hurry Miller returned wednesday it Finlof from Indin Napon u Here Htu attend ing a convention while in the City he rent of Hon aunt. Mrs. We. Millar. Ii n heard col. Teddy a Nossrat speak at of the Rorn Ohio Len. Who him Bem employed at Auburn with the double Fabryk co. Re i in to Wilny Ulm a position at the Koefer restaurant. Mian i Louir Norn. Air Rutm in hut 1-t thin to a lilt lir or. And mrs. H. A. Haver Klorik liar Rlynn and Roy Mhz Well at r1. Hospital the latter n was upon for Ulincy i rouble. Thaw in Gerund operation. Tho remains of Earl Shull. Son of or. Will pm Nam Shull wnjii.-. Lull Arnup it he t Lor tmrlr.1 a Short will he held hmm the Jar u. B. Re Larch. nor. Inter mint at bit err retire try or. Mihul wan Hurt m fort when run into in Auto tick Atli r 1 Tut a motorcycle. A received injuries to his fool Wolfli or Misti in in i. N -.11 his of nth. The Hull family urn Fern or Titler rend Antn. Or. And j. F. Kryl of Den Iowa upend in if tin Xiv la in us Tor with or. And mra. Amonett or. And kill and family or. And mrw. Fit Eckley or. And mrs. We. Muul fold. Or. And my Mike it a. Or. Anil mrs. Artjur Mut item or. Ii jul mra. Mute fled. Or. And mrs. Lawr onre and family. Or. Mary conk and or. And mrs. C. C. Cook and family were among those from Butler who the Mut Celd family reunion Tho kick Hurt Park at Auburn we nonday. The Ini Tler. This. Itin lil. W. A. Mason. J. W. Brown. T. J. Kolne by. M. F. Marir Arnt . Kit Aton. Tullen fall and j. C. Brown wed Nevadar at Auburn with or. And my. Blaine Snepp. Navy on account of or. C. L. Horns Chin leaving for service in Tho Navy i am closing oat his Auto Molli hunlnr.85 find must vacate the rooms by july 1 and am ofter Luff comp bar mine in new and used cars. Will hell on instalment plan pay re you redo. Greatest Opportunity to Purchase n car Ever offered in this atty. Salo monday june 24th. A. Randall 12b went Waal Norton blvd. Phone 4026. Cheney 40-Inch spot proof foulard Yard. Tapper s. Good condition Wash Noton june income and excess profits tax payment due to Day Bills discounted by Federal reprove hunks Florinc Hie pact week increased Only indicating n fairly stable condition und a unusual financial pressure. Man in the furnishing goods and shoe department. Call monday. The Epstein clothing co., Cor Ner Harrison and main. Get your suits and hats cleaned this week at reduced prices specials for this week overcoats cleaned at suits cleaned and pressed. 75o Coats cleaned and pressed. 40o ladles Coats cleaned and pressed 75o ladles suits cleaned and pressed 75c ladles skirt cleaned and 40c ladies one piece press cleaned 50c All Hata cleaned and 40o men s Panama hats cleaned and blocked 50c ladies Panama Hata cleaned and blocked 75o All work guaranteed the Star s47 e. Cor. Lafayette. Buy and keep on buying War savings stumps thursday night june 20, rabbi Stephen s. Wise of new York Speaks at the Majestic theatre on what we Are fighting Benefit of red Cross. Tickets 25c. Now is the time to make your Purchase for hot weather going away and Outing needs. Whatever you desire can be bought Here with style Quality and Price advantages. Mothers turn to us first for the girls9 wearable summer dresses for arrivals. Just imagine the prettiest of Gingham and Dainty White goods fashioned into charming girlish styles and priced most reasonably. Gingham dresses that will stand the Sun and the tub. Sizes for Little folks and the older miss. Special values at and Dainty White sheer cloths prettily trimmed with laces and to make the kid Happy to thoroughly enjoy outdoor play the Little folks must be dressed right in garments that Are comfortable that will stand rough Wear and launder easily for children can t enjoy healthful play and keep their clothes spot less. The Ideal garments Are the easy rompers and play suits in sturdy Ging hams. They Are Here in All rompers Beach rompers Bloom ers Oliver twist and dutch kiddie suits. Priced from 75c to boys Wash suits for play or dress up we show a Complete line in middy Sailor and Mili tary styles. The prices Start at and up to silk underwear garments de luxe Are these italian silk underdogs with Comfort and style in every stitch. Luxurious under Silks Are not expensive Here. Italian silk under vests in White and Pink and italian silk Union suits italian silk bloomers in White and Pink and Satin and crepe de Chine bloomers and Spring Gingham the largest and prettiest showing in body says so. Gingham Are in great demand this season and the styles and colourings Are Beautiful. Plaids and stripes in All to 50c a Yard. A Choice lot of Gingham 32 inches wide Dainty plaids and stripes a very special value at 25c a Yard. Fashions for men we have just received some of the very latest things in men s neckwear. The maker writes we Are sending you to Day some of the latest sum Mer novelties. They Are very popular and very Beautiful. We want to keep you in touch with everything new that Cornea men s Wash four in hands 25c and 50c a Snappy lot of new silk four in hand ties 50c an disc. Men s shirts exceedingly attractive is our display of men s shirts in styles that Are right at prices that will please. Percale and Madras shirts in coat style soft or stiff cuffs Nobby new effects and gloves special values in pure Milan aise silk gloves in White Black and colors at 69c, 75c, a pair going away if you Are you will have what the american Calls and the englishman Calls it is a necessity whatever you Call it. For your trip we have provided some excellent values in bags and suit cases. House dresses come in for much Nice comment too pretty As one customer said to Wear Only about the House in the morning. And what a Comfort it is she might have added to know that you Are trim and neat when those household tasks Sim ply will not get themselves done in the Best half of the Day. Dozens of styles Are proving their becoming Ness by Many repeat orders and their Economy by Good service. For instance in the last fresh shipment Percale and Gingham in cheerful colors and neat Pat terns. Superior in fit and finish All sizes for women and misses including stouts. There Are a dozen Choice new styles that Are especially attractive. The prices Start at and up to Vudor porch shades you can make an Ideal summer resort of your porch by the use of a Vudor porch Shade. They keep out the Sun but let in the air and Light. They can be had Only Here in various 4 feet wide 6 feet wide 8 feet wide women s hosiery specials pure thread silk Boot hosiery in Black White and colors 85c a pair. Pure thread silk hosiery in Black and White Only a pair. Under muslims we Hope to attract you to our store with a delightful showing of Dainty lingerie and where is the woman who is not attracted by pretty underwear the variety is so alluring at prices so convincing that it will pay you to Lay in your surr Faer Supply now. Women s gowns from to women s skirts from j to Corset covers from 50c to combinations from to women will Delight in our showing of pretty China silk and crepe de Chine undergarments. Knit underwear for the whole family underwear that spells Quality and satisfaction. Quality All through from the yarn to the finished Gar ment and the lowest priced when you take into account How Good it is. Women s Swiss ribbed vests in All sizes starting at 25c, 50c and up. Women s Union suits Cotton Lisle and mercerized in All styles priced at 50c, 75c, and up. A full line of munsing s and Stretton s underwear the kind that gives Complete satisfaction. Union suits and up. About new neckwear interesting indeed is our display of new neckwear for women. You can depend upon finding the newest ideas Here. Why Don t you come and see what fashion says is right Collar and cuff sets collars Restees Gimpes etc., made of net Organ die voile pique etc., neat and Nobby styles priced from 50c to for our Soldier boys the boys who Are about to go to the Camps or across will need Many things for their Comfort that the government does not furnish. Besides the boys appreciate things that come from Back Home. We Are prepared to furnish Comfort kits and All things that go with them. Here s some reminders suit cases up blankets up Comfort Union up Hose Grey a pair Hose Khalic color.85c a pair 4 hand towels.80c 2 Bath towels.60c 2 Wash cloths.20c 1 smoking stationery.25c hair brush.75c 3 handkerchiefs.75c tooth brush.25c tooth powder.25c soap box.25c shaving Brush .25c first Aid kit up Colgate s toilet kit. Knit and the deaths Northup j mrs. Kittle Nori Nup. Wife of Arthur i w. North up of do Winsboro n. Y., died May at Utica n. Y., according to word received in this City. Duo to acute i hit Ion of the heart j following an operation for septic pall bin rider. Mrs. Northup was the a lighter of j i or. And mrs. Christopher ii Christ for or Ray be irs residents of j Tho funeral services were held june 1. L in Ansboro x. Y., Whf in burial took place. Compton. Mrs. At a Compton. A resident of Flint mich., passed away at the fran Hospital shortly after 10 o clock j Friday night. The body was prepared for 1 i rial at the i i tier undertaking j and was shipped to the Home at Flint yesterday morning where in services will be held afternoon Lanoey. My. John a resident of an Gola died at the Hospital j yesterday morning at o clock death Ching due to cancer. She had Boon n patient at that institution for the past two weeks. The body was s prepared for burial at the Kloehn and i mrs Rhing Parlours and was shipped to yesterday afternoon for fun j neral services which will be held at hour to be announced later. Kauser. John , aped 78 years passed away at his late Home at Hric Oton Ohio from the infirmities of the decedent was in falling health for the fifteen years but had been bed fast for but one surviving be f 1 i Jap or i 1 dive. Henry Kauser of i aul Diuk. Miss Anait Home and mrs May c. Keasor of this City. Seven grand children and one great also survive. Altekruse. Marla to Altekruse one year in Fant of or. And mrs. Albert alter who Wells Street passed away at the Blithe ran Hospital shortly after 2 o clock yesterday morning de eth Brivik due to an of the to Wolfl. Funeral services will be conducted from that Home. Monday afternoon at 2 o clock the a Ftp. Man Ford Wright officiating followed by interment in the Lindenwood cemetery funeral mrs. A Utah f. Will be conducted from the residence of Tho parents 1914 Weisser 1 Ark Avenue monday afternoon at o clock the Rev. Arthur j. Folsom will Otic Date. Interment in the Lin i Denwood cemetery. Mrs Flora services j from lie Home four Miles West of the City sunday afternoon at i o clock and it o clock at Tho i Kmanm-1 lutheran Church the Rev. William Moll officiating. Interment in Concordia cemetery. John m. From the myth Odist Church at Williamsport it 11 o clock sunday morning. Interment in the Williamsport cemetery. I Louisa Kip Lar. Services of the i widow of the late John of Kepler. J Wil be conducted from the Home of i the daughter mrs. Melvin j 2s07 Oliver , at 2 p. M. Sunday i Rev. J. R. Hair officiating. Inter mint in Lindenwood. Michael will he conducted from the 724 Home Avenue at 2 o clock monday afternoon and at the St. John s lutheran Church at o clock the Rev. H. P. Dannecker officiating. Burial in the Church cemetery. Gone to join the Navy on account of or. C. L. Bornscheun leave nor for service in the Navy i am closing out his automobile business and must vacate the rooms by july 1st. And am offering some special har Kains in now and used cars. Will sell on instalment As you rom. Greatest Opportunity 10 Purchase a i car Ever offered in this City. J starts monday. June 24th. J a. L. Handall West Washington blvd. Phone 4026. To choose find the paper you Are looking f on new showing for Sale or sex White Rock or leghorn hens 6 pairs mated Homer Squab raising pigeons. 1211 Park Avenue. I established 1870. Of Wall papers is Well worthy of e visit. The patterns Are so Imus ii Fli d unconventional. A snap so unmistakable. We and visa you to come and select now while the assortment is Complete. Kvin if you do not in tend to re paper just yet. You la to Wise to have in Lay Alairie Tii Puper l. 0. Hull Wall paper wholesale retail. The pig line Oil kinds sure to Eliaso you. 1i9 Wesh in ton Boulevard East. Prompt work guaranteed Wal mate. Furn hed. Phem

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