Fort Wayne Journal Gazette in Fort-Wayne, Indiana 23 Mar 1905
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Fort Wayne Journal-Gazette, The (Newspaper) - March 23, 1905, Fort Wayne, IndianaThe fort Wayne journal Gazette. Thursday March 23. 1905. As use member in charge of the clip t Aso Headquarters during the last National Campaign Ami that he con to this Only whoa it was shown to him Luuri i liner opposition might his chances us the nominee for Var Roside a Whon i lie suggestion first made1 Llu Giu bar pc incl cell is lilo i Vieo of the 10 i conduct its affairs until the next a j to Uniat convention the supporters of you a Percsi knit Fairbanks open their opposition and urged upon Cort Floii the Selec Iii of any other than him. His appointment yesterday is Oon Tiu a Are familiar with the situation As indicating a i the pan of the Dinini Straiton to soft hats of 3. Moderately 1 notify or Fairbanks that lie cannot rakish build go Well Eom z Young face. For the older i Imuro. Ones we have the conservative shapes. Dealing with Recreant boys. The question of what to do Young and wayward boys is always derbies too at vital therefore a recent article by a. Ernest Gaybort in Iho Monde moderne of Paris is of interest. Ii Aubert describes no colonies Are called in France agricultural and Industrial colonies and Are Tyi tical of others of the same class which Tho government has and is is ii aug. To these colonies Are sent boys Are not More than sixteen years age who Are vagabonds or who Are considered incorrigible by their families. The Industrial Colony at Taniane. Blacks and Browns and 824 and 1412 Calbout Street. Agents for Knox and Steton hats be fort a Faye i Gazette. Published every Day to the year. The journal company. 207 Bast main Street. Vol. 13. No. 82. The fort Wayne established 1868. The fort Wayne Gazette. Established 186s. Ai matter at Tea Kyie lad Lana. To Eltis of subscription Dally i Rigle sunday single copy. G daily and sunday per week by carrier.10 Mali by mail in Advance Dally with sunday one o sunday okie year. 3.80 Dally with Sun Lay one month. .40 without sunday one by inlay year. 2.00 sunday Issue one month. .20 thursday March 23, 1905. It May be a rather harsh remedy but men spit on the sidewalks ought to be sent to the police station and Given a taste of Law and common decency. 1 0 the announcement is made from St. Petersburg that the Czar has decided to abandon the attempt to Russity Pola a by revoking the. Compulsory use of the russian language in this schools of the province. The supreme court of Ohio in a decision handed Down tuesday last de clares valid the penal clause of the Valentine Law which i prohibits combinations in restraint of Trade. The decision is regarded by some lawyers As a great Victory for the anti Trust o if. President Roosevelt Sticks to his let All Good Post masters serve right along what be comes of congressman Gilbert s apportionment of the offices there is a vexatious mix up of newspapers and Post office aspirants at Columbia City. But alas that is not All. 0 the Success attending religious revivals in the cities of this country and the British Isles recently prompts the conclusion that the time must be propitious for Awakening the souls of men to their. Spiritual needs. The churches of fort Wayne in a joint Call to Christian duty might profit by the experience in other communities. Why not in the the tobacco Trust s Semi official advice to dealers and others to violate the new anti cigarette Law when it goes into effect on the theory that it will not hold Good in court senator John w. Parks of Plymouth who. Represented Marshall and counties in the Gen Era Assembly declares that he has no fear that his act will be declared unconstitutional in Case of litigation. Our Law contains a specific exception applying to interstate Commerce Busi the senator says and in this exception the Indiana Law differs from the Tennessee Law. Drastic As it was. The Tennessee Law has held to be constitutional by the supreme court of the United states and it seems reasonable to think therefore that our Law will he found to he within the constr we Haven t noticed any telegrams of congratulation from vice president Fairbanks to acting National chair Man Harry c. New. Speaking of the matter or. George u. Marvin Washington correspondent of the Cleve land Lender Republican says it has Lien known for some time among those familiar with the poli tics of Indiana and the nation that Tho relations Between vice president fair Banks and or. New Are not of a Cor dial character. The Lack of Harmony Between them was intensified by the recent senatorial fight in the Hoosier slate although for some time before that they had represented opposing factions of republicans. It is claimed by the friends of or. New that Fairbanks opposed new s selection As a member of the National committee and also his appointment decided by District of Colum Bia court in favor of Hayes. Miners and operators in Pennsylvania still wide. Report scale to Day. Washington March Long standing controversy Between Tho Burns and Hayes factions of Tho knights of labor was decided by the court of appeals of tile District of co Umbria to Day favourably to the latter. J. W. Hayes waa elected general Secretary of the order several years ago. Jut his right to the office was disputed by Simon Burns who instituted a Tesi in the supreme court of the District. The decision there wait Tavor Ible to Burns but it was reversed by to Day s verdict on the ground that the courts of the District of Columbia have 10 jurisdiction in the premises. The author describes with emphatic approval the food Given the boys. The Day m. Colony the members of the settlement had for dinner a ragout of potatoes with leg Mutton vegetable soup and a half liter for each boy of wine and water. At c in the morning the boys receive a Iowa of Good soup at 9 they have bread Given them As Well As at 4 in the afternoon. This fare is such As to Lead m. Gaubert to declare that few workmen s families have a steady diet which equals or surpasses that Given the children in the penal settlements. The author first visited the Hydro therapy room which has been recently installed and which is unusually com plete. This assures absolute cleanliness and is needed in View of the fact hat the life of the boys is one of hard but profitable work. For example the Colony has shops devoted to every pos sible mechanical Pursuit carpentry lathing lock along machinery in stalling clock making etc., the Colony really being one1 Large factory. Tiie Joys Are kept steadily at work and thus for a considerable portion of the Lay the possibility or their having bad thoughts is reduced to a minimum. The work however does not Ead Here for the child is in spite of him self compelled to feel that a is work ing for the common Good and at the same time his employment is freely chosen. In fact when the boy first enters the settlement he is Given his Choice of the various trades and if after medical examination there is no Liilo Sical disability the boy is allowed to at his chosen Trade. Ii .tli-3 boy is physically unfit he is submitted to a special regime and sent to tha opera air. The who Are placed in these Coli lies May. Be divided into Fout classes. 1. The intelligent who in general belong to the category with which it is necessary to work hard at first but who generally undergo com plete reformation. 2. The vicious who Are the most numerous. 3. The indifferent Semi vicious Semi Intelli gent Semi abnormal. 4. The Back Ward abnormal and degenerate. The scale of rewards is inscription on the Roll of Honor increase of food Good Markst various decorations confidential employment special excursions private or Public room prizes in Silver or goods presentation of a Deposit in a savings Bank to the cred it of the boy distribution of prizes or Small objects situation with a private citizen engagement in the army or Navy return to the family. The punishments Are deprivation of general recompense and the annul of recompense received deprivation of recreation abolishment of the privilege of making visits March ins in ranks during recreation extra duty bad Marks reprimands solitary confinement during meals Camp bed dry bread punishment cell the col ony of correction. In Case of escape the boy May lose the entire or partial privilege or privileges which he has had and any material damage May be charged to the offender provided the boy has Means wherewith to satisfy the charge. Up to recent years the col onies were provided with dormitories similar to those of colleges but now each boy Lias a Little room which is completely closed and prevents All communication with the other Mem hers of the settlement. At exactly each morning these doors Are All opened at. The same time by moans of a lever. The Colony of Taniane has a farm at Fontaine St. Laurent where the boys Are taught agriculture. I was in. Gaubert writes that the farm tilled by the boys was better than any of the peasant farms of the locality and that the Farmers were Only too glad to hire the Bays to do work for such was permitted by the Colony in general the in mates of this settlement Are of Rural origin and have been abandoned by their parents. As a Rule the boys Al no extreme pleasure in their work. Had habits Are soon eradicated and the boys grow up Strong healthy and Manly the work of moral regeneration being powerfully assisted by the Good air outdoor labor. No mining agreement yet. Altoona. Pa., eing in session nearly All Day. The joint wage scale committee of the operators and miners adjourned this evening without having reached a agreement. The miners offered As a Compromise the pick mining rate of the present year c2 cents along with the last six clauses of their original proposition. The operators rejected the proposition and offered instead a reduction of 10 per cent. From the present scale with an agreement to pay 02 cents for pick mining the secon d half of the year with the checkoff eliminated and subject to action of the legislature on the proposed tax on Coal. The miners rejected this offer and made a straight offer of the continuance of the present year s scale which was not accepted by the operators. The miners convention will meet to mor Row morning when the scale commit tee will a report and ask for i Urther instructions. Amalgamated strike at Wheeling. Wheeling. W. Va., March strike in the Laughlin and the Whita Ker. Plants of the Whitaker Glassner company has been normally declared by the executive Board of the second division of the amalgamated association of Iron steel and tin workers. The order is now effective and about Soo men Are now out of employment. Flood damage and. Dangers pleases a Man. To to Tow he is handsome whether hts to or to he Tow lie has Small feet. To be asked for advice. To have his lapses Creduer to an erratic disposition. To lie considered an epicure. To be looked up to As a judge of Whai s what in the Way of cigars and wines dross horses dogs and women. To suppose he is molding when really Sily Only pro to think is be Ili inks in Only to phase bulletin. Wheeling w. Va., March minnow ii Tow boat with All on Board to the e Bottom in the flooded River at Bellaire x. Four Miles below wheel ing Tibia. Rooming. The caused striking a Channel pier the b. O. Railroad Bridge. Number of lost a unknown. Rivers receding at Pittsburg Pitts Birg. March both Rivers receding Normal conditions it is thought will prevail within forty eight hours. Much suffering is said to exist among the poor in the flooded Section of Allegheny and the police were Busy to Day patrolling the District in skiffs supplying the needy with Coal bread and provisions. Parkersburg. Is submerged. Paid Leasburg w. Va., March 22. River is 40.7 Here to night. The Crest of the floor is expected to mor Row morning when a death. Of forty three i get will have been reached. The lower parts of the town Are pretty Well submerged and nearly two Hundred families living in the lower sections have had to leave their Homes while of the factories Down because of the Winter. Only a few streets Are Suli ample warning was Given of the Floo i and preparations were made so that the loss will be inconsiderate. Nearly All of the town is alive. The highest water and is not affected in the least by the present stage. Will flood business houses. Pork Roy Ohio. March flood is breaking Over front Street Here to night. A few of the business will be hooded but. No great damage is expected. Great damage at Wheeling. Wheeling w. March the River reached its maximum height bore at 10 o clock to night with forty two feet seven inches on the i urge which is two and one half feet under the prediction made by the forecaster Early this morning. It began falling shortly after 10 and at. Midnight is re ceding an Inch an hour. The City is All entirely isolated Only the Baltimore Ohio being Able to run trains East and West on the main line. Most of the Large Industrial establishments arc Idle for four Days or longer throw ing 20.000 men out of employment in the Wheeling District and causing a wage loss of to the loss from the suspension of the Job big and retail Trade will amount to fully As much. M. A. Hanna co. Re Duce Price of cargo Coal. Cleveland 0., March a. Inanna to Day announced a reduction in the Prico of cargo Coal for Lak vessels of from to ?2.10 per ton. I. Is expected that the Cut will he Mot by Coful profile Era. Tin Outlook is for a very heavy move ment of this Var. The wrestlers. Washington. March 22. Frank notch of Iowa won a Handi Cap from of Hal ii throwing Huhti three in less Ihan an hour. The difference in amounted to probe Fly pounds in favor of catch. Vice president addresses the tar Heel club at greens Boro. Judge Timberlake Toltsi Assembly their Hoosier a to of nomination x. C., March three Hundred guests including re Pili Cruft up Ranutt due from All parts of Titis jul other suites attended banquet of the tar club Here i of night at which vice president fair Banks and Revenue commissioner were the principal guess of Honor. In calling the meeting to or Der the Loas Masier the Hon. K. Spencer Blackburn rend a Telegram from postmaster Cortelyou re a retiring could not be present. The last master to Lien delivered a Short address in he congratulated uie republicans or Iii state upon the elimination of the race Issue and the dawning a better political Day in this Section. Vice president s speech vice president Fairbanks followed or. Blackburn. There was a tremendous ova Tion As he arose and after a few prelim Inary statements said he would not make ii partisan speech. To told of the Al Imiru Tion or sectional lines and raised much applause by referring to general Joe Wheeler s part in the Spanish american government he declared was ordained to promote Justice to secure each and All in the fullest possible enjoyment of the civil rights and Privi Leges under the every american must stand before the Law upon a plane of perfect Equality with his fellow americans. Let us safeguard the rights of prop. Said the vice president protect that which honest and patient Industry has acquired. But first of All and better than All preserve inviolate the rights of men of Low and Libish decree. Political parties Are essential pop ular government they have existed the earliest Days of the Republic and they will continue to end. Ii is of vital that they should be High minded and patriotic that they should stand far those measures which tre wholesome and which tend to and Ranee to the utmost degree the Public Revenue commissioner j. A. Yerkes spoke on political peonage in the toasts were responded to by various guests1, among them one by sex Superior ourt. Judge Timberlake who said in closing the to the nomination hoc president four years hence distinguished citizen1 who 1ms honoured us by Iii presence . His selection is lust a a certain if these signs be verified. A the next convention As was1 that of president Roosevelt and i can pay him no Hillier compliment than to say Charlesw Fairbanks will be worthy Theodore riches without labor Cincinnati. March a ser Mon at the Vine Street congregation Al , Herbert s. Bigelow the taster Sakl Washburn a boasts of being the largest flour Mill in the world. It is one of the monster Mills for which Minneapolis is famous. Here the father of Waters is made to grind the grist of the nations. To follow tha wheat on its journey Down floor after floor through machine after machine until with Lui nity the touch of a human hand it yields its Golden treas ure to see tin Mississippi harnessed to those Mig Lily engines feeding at Man s command the Mouths of Mil Lions this is a sight that the psalmist should have seen who wrote thou Hast made him a Little lower than the Angels and Hast crowned him wit i glory and Honor one does not think of the Miller As a hero or Iii occupation As danger Ous. It is hard to believe that flour dust is As explosive As . On the Walls of Washburn How Ever the visitor May rend the follow ing inscription this Mill was erected 1st9, on sits of Washburn Mill a which was totally destroyed on the Day of May 3s7s, by fire and a terrific explosion occasioned by the rapid combustion of flour dust not one Stone was Tefr upon another and every person engaged in the Mill instantly lost his life. The Are thu names of the faithful and Well tried employees who fell victims of that awful calamity after the names of martyrs of the Mill these words Ara added labor wide As the Earth has its Summit in heaven. Men freeze in lumber Camps that we May have shelter they Are buried in mines that we May have fuel on the railroads alone nearly a killed or injured each year and All that we have has been purchased by the blood of the martyrs. The co opera Tive Commonwealth is not far Distant. But. For the elements of monopoly that still inhere in our Industrial life to would be a vast half conscious brother Hood in which each Man is serving an other in serving himself. But if these elements of monopoly were destroyed it is. Inconceivable that life would be held so cheaply As now. Or that so Many would fall in the Industrial Bat the. With the last vestige of monopoly gone and god s open to All alike the Light of Birdta Craport break upon the Earth non we could Sav without any cant wide As the Earth has its Summit in heaven but the More we appreciate the service and sacrifice1 of labor the More intolerable becomes the thought that any should enjoy the Legal Privi lege of living without labor. One Entrance to the Power s depart ment store in Minneapolis is built upon leased land. The of Tho land receives a ground rat. Or month. The Hind is Only 70 foot Square. The Temino has put. Up the improve ment and pays the taxes so that the lord of the has an annual income for doing nothing of Tho customers not. See him. Yet. Thu a Irav toll to him. They pay h in. The Price of what they . At the doors of a Spring to Losk at our showing of new Spring goods is to know what is to be the Correct styles. Never was the store More interesting. Here of fashion s latest fancies All the new ideas at most tempting prices. Have you our very Complete line of Spring dress it is Hie Best we Liao Ever shown both in the fancy fabrics fresh from the foremast qualities right acid rightly Iriceil. Unusual values in the season s most wanted fabrics at 50c, 75c and a Yard. The dainties prettiest styles you Ever saw in Wash fabrics. Batiste. Dimitres Violes Laius Organ Dies in a nose of Bucanti fill designs priced from 12j4c to 50o a Yard. The Silks for. Spring posit vely i farming in wealth of Beautiful and Choice colourings. We Helicke that right is the most Ultra chive silk Stock ton will fluid. We invite comparison of qualities and St Illus values in Black taffeta Silks at. A. 65c, 75c, s5c, a Yard. Coloured Taf Teia Silks in ail the desirable 85c and a Yard swell styles in fancy Silks for the popular shirt Waist suits. 50c to a Yard Silks the most serviceable and Satis factory silk made new _75c. And a Yard. It. Is to Hare plea ii of hosiery on have the finest Stock of misses Auto Chil Dren s hosiery in town. A e know it ant we want you to know it. The qualities and prices ought to catch you. Special values in Chi Koreti s fast Black Hose the1 Good sort at 10c, 15c and 25c t. Pair. Hosiery let women every kind and All the Best to be hard for the Juji ice. See the values at i5c, 25c, 35c, and 50c a pair. Of Money will go a Long ways we can satisfy you in prices and values in every thing needed for Spring and sum Mer Wear. There Splon did Stock of Wear goods .s.tvjtis, jackets skirts. Knit and Muslin underwear All the stamp of style and Quality. In White a Cocks. Laces ribbons notions etc., our Stock is Complete. Dainty and use-1 Ful things in leather Combs necklaces Price the goods. Goods co. Of store there is one of these in toll collectors. Tic tribute they expect is tremendous not Only its aggregate amount but also in its indirect influence. Must some men die to give us ind others eat and give nothing in re would it do to make these ords of the Laud support the. Govern ment out of their unearned incomes f they have not these land values if the City has made them Why then should they have them Why should not the City take them wily tax Industry and leave the land owners in Possession of something the City has Why not take this step toward the goal of the Era Nina Tion of labor wide As the Earth with its Summit in. Charles martial Nile , is appearing for the fort Linn. The involves Tesla invention. Old discussion is revived in the Liti gation in the United states court. Indianapolis Sentinel involved in n suit brought in the unite. Siasios court in this City by the Oen Enil electric company. Of new York against be Kuhl Muil electric company of fort Wayne is the old discussion whether Tesla or Michael Dolivo Dobrowolski in vented the system of electric transform ers that the general electric company manufactures. This discussion has torn the electrical Branch of the scientific world for several years. It Narrows Down in the piv3ty.it Ustance to a Questi ii of Patent rights and the manufacture of thu transform ers. The York concern claims its Parent rights Are being infringed by the Indiana concern asks for an injunction l. T. F. Betts and William a Davis of new York Are representing the inter Esis of the general electric i company Anu London. March Mere Tuli contributes to a poem the and spirit of now has come Tho Day who ii in Oil not he in1 which after eloquently painting Una perils Empire Tho poet thus addresses the spirit of rus Sia who bind i thy limbs Burl Iron a ii thy mind Utako mis doubt that Thon. Art of the rabble rout i which cries and with whimper ing Lin from1 reckless gun. And brutal whip but is who has at heart the deeds of thy heroic offspring reads j in them a soul to shrink from peril the abyss the poem concludes give to thy Broat Bing breast and him resent bling in his sight say to thy land Jet. There be grand rapids wins purse. And Polo games. Detroit. Mich. March rapids Defeated Detroit 7 to 4 to Naglit in the second game o a Post season series roller ?elp.- this a Lovely Belt Jack sent it to mias a present. Fits Yon to perfection. He must have measured it on his Cago Tribune Rushville at r i Tobey indicted Rushy Ille has developed the cil Gates Sexton county attorney by the Jas grand embezzlement fat the funds of the equitable. Antl loan City. The indictment is in three counts one .61 whiqh1 charges hit with misappropriation of the entire shortage shown in recent examination of the books which Ziade by banker Arthur. B. Invin and estimated at a Little Sexton has Given Bond for Gorky s rebuke. A anecdotes of Gorky Are on Wing. Here is one they Tell in Paris Fie wont to the theater at Moscow one Eves ing to Sec a play by. A popular writer. Instead of paying attention to the stage the entire audience Rose and Gree Cetl Gorky with prodigious acclamation. The i he delivered this address what on Earth Are you staring at me for i am not a dancing girl nor the Venus of mlle nor a drunkard just picked out of the River j write stories they have. The Luck to Picas you and i am glad of it. But that is no reason Why you should keep on staring. We have come Here to see charming play. Be Good enough to attend to that Oil leave me More Lish cd than Ever the audience shouted with Joy. Perhaps they thought thay would get another speech but Gorky jumped out of his seat and left the Thea Ter in try journal Gazette want Prass Reed go s remodelling shoe Sale bargains Pou everybody be with the crowds which Are coming every Day to share these great shoe bargains and you la save More Money than you Ever saved before in Good shoes. We have the Stock and the crowd bringing prices attached. Take a moment and look at them. Prass
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