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Fort Wayne Journal-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 15, 1913, Fort Wayne, IndianaWednesday morning october 15, 1913. The fort Wayne journal Gazette Wodo the store that Sells wool1ex Best Calico 4c your Choice of All our new fresh american the full Light and dark colors this a n week. Best Percale Loc Crisp pretty Percale Light and dark grounds Yard wide Reg ular 12j4equality off a the full Cre tonnes 7c new patterns in Cre tonnes for Comfort tops and drapery Pur poses Reg. Loc Quality r7 _ off the full Bolt. Outing flannel splendid Quality Outing flannel in Light and dark colors Reg. Loc Grade off the full Bolt. Comfort size Cotton batting 69c Large Sheet Cotton batting one Roll enough for Comfort regu Lar Price 85c special this week fur announcement on thursday october 16th, a representative from one of the largest fur houses in the country will be in our fur department. He will take orders for re modelling or repairing fur Coats and Sepa rate pieces and give estimates on All work. If you have furs to be made Over altered or repaired come to this Section thursday. The expert will be Here for the one Day Only so kindly note the Date. Second floor a special two Day Sale of 300 tailored suits a Clearing out of Odd lace curtains the drapery Section Busy to rid the department of the accumulation of Odd pairs of lace curtains which accumulate so rapidly in such a business As ours. To Day we place on special Sale the last accumulation of half pairs single pairs and one and two of a kind of lace curtains at a third a half less than regular. In some instances these curtains have been used for display Pur and Are slightly toiled and for which great allowances have been made. Be Here Early for your Choice. Short lengths of drapery stuffs at half Price All our Short lengths of filet nets Marquisette Eta mines and voile Yard goods ranging from 1 to 10 Yards at one half Price. Third floor High what you will find in these three Hundred smart Plain tailored suit models that we Are offering special and it is an event that will Appeal particularly to business women and others who Are a big conservative and who favor the strictly Plain tailored style of suit. Novelties May come and novelties May go but the demand for beautifully tailored mannish by Plain suits will never Wane. That is Why this special Sale is of utmost importance. Everything you find in these worthy of a much higher Price. We Are enthusiastic about these three special Iota each and every suit included is a decided bargain and Means a saving to you from to at least Are smart men s Wear Serges Diagonal Serges serge8 Bedford cords and wills. There Are sizes for misses and Small women regular sizes up to 44, and out sizes from 41 to 49 in the collection. We want to show you these want you to judge for yourself As to the remarkable values. We predict that few will be left by thursday evening of these special suits at makes hard work easy dusting cd Nuitai ind Polo Hong Hardwood doom is Laird work. An almost ending talk and Seldom the old my. But it u my Quitek the new the polish mop. With it you pm upend a few minutes doing what in now in. Ill jul 4tln u Yukui thu for Luttru Kun Jimmy air inf Hollih Tad Hulk Tift wuits my ii 10 me Jon on to u do am Rujel lie m. To Roult lie Taij whet Imp pm wbk s. M in fee of enl tool Tarot Wiy if Pouch Mot for mar Psi Fatah clan oumituc4 Foi to u of flit. It Treter w to and h too we Dot jail Mol vat k we my m men two sizes a about separate Wool dress skirts they re Back in style again and Welcome they Are too for every one knows they Are practical and a real necessity particularly to women. Fash Ion says two skirts and a coat make two suits while a skirt Long coat and a smart Blouse make another costume. The a Kurt models Are Elko the suit styles draped effects Peg and others Belniw shown. The Are also similar to those used in suits such As Fine Serge brocades Broadcloth and a very popu Lar material is the faddish scotch plaid. We Are showing a remark Able line of separate ranging in Price from to this year s new gowns mean this year s corsets the new gowns with their strange clinging draperies imply corsets which barely exist above the Waist line and Are very straight indeed below it nothing else will give the suppleness required. The new models of american lady corsets just received Are of this character with variations. They Are especially smart in materials and trimming As Well As in Chic style. They produce the modish _ lines to perfection. Wear an american lady and improve your figure. Prices Range from to second floor captivating togs for the wee tots fan Lonn in babies clothes do not change much except in Tho pcs co of Dan Tinei and just now. With Trio now things Hern in such allure Iii profusion mid delightful variety. It would that the very Acino or dainties a had been reached. The infants Section on second floor is Showl nit new ions ind Short slips. Princess blips French dresses Jacques Kimonos blankets Carriage Cov ers Caps and Coats in an Irres Atlle display that woman stops to the exquisite showing. Infants Lonk slips made in Bishop style lace in embroidery trim mint neck and sleeve regular value for to Day and thursday. Children s and infants Bath Robes made of Plain and figured Eider Down Blanket cloth in red. Blue and Pink finished with Side pockets and fastened with Cord at Waist. Sizes 1 to c priced at 50o and the new fall rompers Are in and different from Thoie for summer Wear because of the High neck and Long made of Wash stripes checks and Plain materials All sizes from 6 months to 6 years special at. 39c floor. News of the fort Wayne churches sell in closing of of of Bokiy at Al Louis Church Besancon was the scene of Beautiful and Imp Eesle Are Viva tuesday evening when the solemn closing of forty hours Devotion was held. Kev. W. P. Corcoran. C. S. C. Of notre Dame a prominent holy Cross missionary was engaged in the conduct it the Devotion and the results of his Earnest and Perse vering labors Are highly Gratifying to the devoted pastor Rev. Michael p. Louen and Bis since the opening of the Devotion on sunday morning Over five Hundred confessions were heard and eight Hundred received holy Conj Union. This record is perhaps the greatest in the history of the Parish. When it is considered that the majority of the parishioners live from six to eight Miles from the Church their splendid attendance at the morning masses holy hour in the afternoons and evening devotions together with the excellent number approaching the sacraments is a noteworthy evidence or Faith and Devotion. Sunday morning at the i fish mass marking the opening of the forty hours father Corcoran delivered a Sermon on the topic the forty hours a Wen of divine Grace in the afternoon to conducted the holy hour Klov Luff a meditation on the holy name. J his evening s discourse to was heard on Tho holy Sacri Ilce of the mass Mon Liiv morning s Sermon was on daily communion Tho afternoon meditation in sins of the Tongue monday night holy communion. Father Corcor on tuesday morning treated of the Hubli Fraylon of attendance at Masa an sunday his of Vernon meditation topic was prayer. At Tuo solemn closing of the forty hours tuesday evening he gave in eloquent and instructive Sermon on the blessed sacrament the continuation of Bethlehem and Calvary. Basing his Sermon on the text have loved o lord i he Hearty of thy House and Tho place where thy glory dwell eth. Pm. Father Corcoran said in part during these last few Days we have been gathered together in adoration before our divine Savior in the blessed sacrament and these few Days so freighted with god s blessings and Laden with his graces singularly blessed. For we have been in the presence of him who is our life our Way and our strength. To that looks Down upon us to night la rms life or we have no life. He is our any or else we Are travelling the bread Road that Load nth to destruction. He is our strength or else to Are Weisik with the Hilpl aspness Mirl feel oneness of a him. Christ in Frt Irth for a mingle ill inn purpose. To live morn abundant life the supernatural life of Grace and he lives to my in the blessed sacrament in order that in our own Day and time might receive that More abundant life which he promised. For if there la a Law of spiritual life it is thin. Union with god la the life of the Union with god the soul must have or death and eternal failure. And the his tory of god s dealings with men la but the history of his love and mercy in seeking ways by which tie might be near Man. By which he might be United with Man. God a love is the Magnet which has attracted the creator and kept him Here among his children for Christ lives and reigns to Day in the sacrament of the Char after treating of the creation of Man. His endowment with an immortal soul his commission of sin and the punishment sin brought upon the world the Promise of a redeemer fulfilled in the birth of Christ end the Story of Savior s life among men the speaker said it has been nearly years since Tho infant Jesus was adored at Bethlehem. It is nearly years since Christ died Aipou a Cross. Where la the redemption to Day a very Well for the shepherds who were present at the crib. All very Well for the apostles and disciples who followed the master in the Days of old. I know that since the Cross was planted on Cal Vaj a my nature has been cleansed and once morn 1 am in Union with my Cre Ator. I am an individual passing through this Valley of tears and if redemption is to to of profit it must be applied to my own individual soul Calvary s sacrifice must be More than a remembrance in my life. Moreover Christ loves each one of us As he loved those who followed him in the Long ago in Palestine for the scriptures say having loved his own he loved them to the end and what he gave to them. His own blessed presence or nest necessarily give to us. The missionary then treated touchingly and lucidly of the institution of the blessed eucharist by i wrist the night before his crucifixion and death. Do you ask then he said what la the relation Between Bethlehem and Calvary and the blessed of the parochial school in imposing proc Dijon. The attendance of the parishioners taxed the seating capacity of the Church. To Day father Cor Coran after Hla marked Success at bes Ancon will leave for the Mission House at notre Dame. Of Cut saturday with Rev. Joseph a. Boyle another member of the holy Cross Mission band he will the conduct of a. Week s Mission at St. Peter s Church. Laporto of which Rev. Of Iorge Schramm la pastor. Prior to his labors at Besancon father Corcoran was engaged in conducting forty hours at St. Mary s Church. Union City. Father Boyle on sunday evening closed forty hours de Votion at St. Patrick s Church Lagro. Is Bethlehem and Calvary continued throughout the Ages that men and women wherever i space and time might feast upon ills living presence. Truly the words of Tho master found Here their fulfilment i am with you All Days even to the consummation of Tho what is the ultimate purpose of god s presence in the blessed sacrament what is reason that the living Jesus is with us As he was with the jews of Olden time. Because we need him in our lives and works. We need him As the parched Earth needs the rain an the abandoned babe needs the nursing of its Mother As the tottering child needs the strengthen ing Arm of its father that to might be in reality our life our Way and our strength. In conclusion the gifted missionary treated of the fervent Faith of the Martyr til the Early Hafics of the Church and made an plea fur increased Devotion to the blessed Snen Zinent and a frequent reception of holy communion. Clergy attending. Rcv. Bernard Blodau. Prister of St. John s can Rocili. New Haven was Creslo Lifrant at the solemn for incs to Phi Lay evening Iedward Munro Vau if a cola i Mien univ. Joseph a. Kynn of academic nub Deacon Tho pastor Rev. M. P. Master of Cert Monheit. Rev. Norbert Felden of Monroeville also As upwards of forty Little boys and girls the jewish festival of Succoth or feast of tabernacles will he celebrated this year from Sundown this evening thursday october 23. At the Sam until time. There will be special services at the Temple Corner of Wayne and Harrison streets this evening at o clock. At the Are Voleca thursday morning at 10 o clock a Sermon will be delivered by the rabbi on. The duty of the festival lasts regularly eight Days and is celebrated by All jews throughout the world. It was celebrated by the a Civ when they lived in Palestine an an agricultural festival and marked the close of the Harvest and the beginning of the will be successful in every manner since this is the first conclave for the la Trot to hold. Central getting ready for new mall. At the re Fular monthly meeting of St. Paul s Waltham Boayue monday oven Long an executive committee was appointed whose duty it will be to look into the question of providing furniture and fix Tures for the new Hall in the new Parish building now in of conduction on Barr Street Mecs Cri of this commit tee Are Arthur Schack. A in. Mueller. Theodore Maher. Arnold Scherer Herman Houman Otto Robert Wolf. The annual banquet and election of officers of the organization will be held monday evening. November 10. The general Section of the St. John s Church will meet thursday afternoon at. The resilience of mrs. Sophia Hecla on Washington Boulevard weat. Presbyterian men s club changes meeting night. At the first meeting of the season of Tho men s club of the first presbyterian Church last night eight new members were taken in w. N. Tolles of the Shel in thin Dom the young1 will be taught tha Art of telling Short stories at a Anneta and other social entertainments. Be Deb Thea class the classes in Bible study basketry and gymnasium work showed an increase in interest. Church notes. Section 3 of the West Avenue Church of Christ will have an All Day mewing thursday at the homa of mrs. Kohr. 2327 Fox Avenue. A Basket dinner will be served. The ladles Circle of the Westminster Church Are invited to spend a social afternoon with mrs. B. J. Roberta 1416 Walton Avenue this afternoon. The Sewter Circle of the St. John s lutheran Church will meet on thursday afternoon in the school Hall. Mrs. Moi will Fiji Ertain. The woman s missionary society of the Bethel Vango local Church met last night at the Home of mrs. John Miller 2323 la Fayette Street. Deaths . Don school of salesmen of Chicago gave jars. Catherine Zelt. Aged thirty six a Short lecture. President e. G. Hoffman the wife of Frederick Zolt. Died idea at the meeting. The Date of the Ivr onday night at 10 o clock at the fam feet at the december meeting. The no vember me Elloff of the club will be ail unusually Large one. A special entertain ment with moving pictures will to Given ant the officers Are very anxious that a Large number of women be present. Chicago instructor addresses local men. The men s society of the first pres Menton for funeral services and Nur enl. Funeral funeral serviced Tor William an Drews will be held Thea morning at o clock at the residence of. Mrs. Foley. The will be sent to Van Wert for burial. Funeral services for mra. Elizabeth Bucl Helt will be held Thea morning at o clock at the residence of a Aon. 1120 Wilt Street and at 8 o clock at St. Paul s Catholic Church. Friends Are requested to omit Flowers. Funeral services for Lorelta Helling will be held thursday morn liner at o clock at the residence. 1314 East Wayne Street and at o clock at the Cathedral. Funeral services ror Bernard oors will be held Thia morning at n Rock at the residence in at. Joseph township Ana at o clock at the Cathedral. Pall bearers selected rom the local Council of the knights of co Lumbus Are As follows Dennis Gor Man. Joseph Hafner. B. J. Ehrnman p. Walsh. Harry Lowry and c b. Hayes. Is trial of jew with ritual Auburn news by Terian Church enjoyed a social session to the Church last evening Vav inf lecture delivered by Harry a Tollos for his Bountiful gifts. The Biblo commanded that on this festival All the peo ple should make a pilgrimage to the tem plent Jerusalem and there after offer ing their sacrifices should dwell in Booths or tabernacles hastily erected of Wood Epworth leagues preparing for rally. Delegates from the Trinity and first a e flu Irres of the City Are preparing decorated with fruits and j for the Flowers to remind them both of the bar duh tract of the Kim Orth league Vest season and How their ancestors had dwelt in Booths in the wilderness. Many jews still observe the latter custom to Day. In some synagogues too a modern ised form of the Harvest festival is celebrated j some also celebrate a supplementary festival on the ninth Day called rejoicing of the Law. Because on that Day the cred scrolls of the Law of Moses Are rolled Hack to the beginning of genesis Atid Are begun to be read anew. In Many synagogues the scrolls Are taken from Zelt had been Iii Only since saturday and her death was unexpected. Her husband is a Dairyman and the family j is Well known in this Vicinity. Mrs. Zelt was born in Germany de Cember 4, 1s73. And was a daughter of or. And mrs. Conrad Nern. She came to this country at an Early age and in october fifteen years ago was mar ried to or. Zelt. She was a member Stock lutheran Church. Sur besides the husband Are one hit Tel Days was on the i streets to Day for the first time. A Marrugo License was issued Yeater to Rosh Hollinger. Of Butler Farmer 21, and Ethel a Krontz. But ton throw daughters four Brothers and the Rio Sisters. The children Are is Thor the Thi Petit jury called for monday. Try the Case of the state vhf Musser. There is no room available in the court House at the present time to try jury cases which makes it rather inconvenient. Bort w. Weldler left for Indianapolis this morning to attend a meeting of the Kiev Russia oct. 14. At the continuation of the trial of Mendel built is to Day for alleged murder of the boy Andrew Tushinsky the prosecution concentrated efforts on an Endeavor to prove that the jews prac tired ritual murder on Christian by the testimony of the archimandrite autonomous. He if of jewish decent but waa baptised when ten years of age. He resides in the Kiev monastery but was formerly attached to the Mon Astery at Saratov. The archimandrite carried two documents relating to ritual murders in the eighteenth Century and asked that they to incorporated in the records of the trial. This request was refused. Replying to questions Antonom ious declared that to knew of cases where Christian children Haa neen tortured by jews. He said from my child Hood my masters and teachers warned me not to have relations with jews because they tortured Christian Obj can his. Alma and Edwin Zelt the Hunt hrs and Sisters Are mrs. Carrie of which he is a director. Weikert mrs. A Roma Ott and John. Buy Mcdowell Charles. Cooney Louis and Harry and Unsinn on program Haw to delegates be of of the i Tritt. Ilea Day. An extensive arranged and the local that the convention will at Ever held will hold All Day sess in. The woman s Guild of the Trinity kpii1 he Inch will to held All Day it the Parish Lousy. Sewing and other work will Lauon up at 10 o clock. A i void at the Ikon his funeral services thursday afternoon at o clock Sun time at the Resi Dence at at 2 o clock fit the Stock lutheran Church. Stein. Mass fathering Stein aged 52 years died night at St. Joseph s hos tile di3-Jpltal an of one week j Olio to complications. She Vaa to moved to the Hospital yesterday morn ing. Miss stolen was housekeeper for father Schmidt at Nix settlement Southwest of Thia City coming there rom Richmond several years ago. She the holy urk in which Are kept and i luncheon will Law 1 divine services will be he Fin the local sinary work will in taken up in the not or oath will by mourned by Many. Sur w a Rutlin t .1 v eting Neil mis 1 was Well known Well liked and her planning Central Field y. W. C. A. Convention. Local delegates Are now making plans for the Central Field convention which is to be hold at Chicago. October 17 to tool naive instead of Tho association boing divider in sections of one state each it is divided in sections of u number of Totah a. Tin Central held included Illinois Indiana Wineo Ilii and Michigan. The i us no delegates who will the 1 have Aru president mrs. To. R. In Misc. Who is a Delorath Frum tin b. Vul Mussman and mrs. Rcd .1. . My feb Orace to. President of the National Hoard of Tho y. W. O. Will officiate at the convention. An extensive in off rum has been planned and All met Herd Are anxious hint the convention the Are anxious that a Large number women and girls in the Parish be present. Church notes. Arc. Two Brothers Herman Stein Ric Limnal. And George of Cincin cited several alleged cases. To said a boy came to 1 received baptism. Some time of find Joe ii Amon to _ a run to to Waterloo to Day to do Fomo electrical work on the new Library in that sity. 6. P. Wilkins has sold his Popcorn Wagon that stands on main Street to j. W. Mains of Lagrange sex recorder of county. Farmers Utu Alcom Pany has annual meet. Tho Allen. County Mutual insurance company held annual meet ing i the Assembly room of Tho court to uyt yesterday afternoon and at Tho evening session Jerome d. Miloyd and Tea Roku Wilbur re Eloc Tod to serve on Tho Hurrl of Ilire tors for the next two years. The report of Secretary William a. Pc Lucy showed that the com Pany Bias Over members and insure in Force of Thi Hoard of will meet saturday october is. And elect officers for the next year. Tho Homo missionary Sof Loty of the Trinity m. I Church will meet this sir Chi tin Kalior a sister who lives y. I Auburn citizens remains will be removed to nominate Riim Milfs residence at Xix Sot Sorli of will to held i Rioh Mund the Agayni Street m. 1c. Toadies am i will inert at o clock thir. Aft burial. Ehrmann. Tins Iuo. dropsy at it work inn night at Large enrolment in a Hospital. With her parents. Y. W. C. A. Evening classes. I and mrs. John Hermann the Nhill acc filly Camo into from men Mpr of Young ladies an roil for tort a reside. The in try was removed he to Rwanda jews bed Monk who helped them to remove the boy. Two years later Tho boy was found another Case was that of a jewish boy who bad also been baptized by the archimandrite and lived with him at the monastery. The jews waylaid him and boat said autonomous then tools him away and locked him for the whole Winter. The boy finally escaped find returned to the to response to the question what is the attitude of the jews in Gentral toward to replied if the bowels of the Earth opened up one would discover Many Bonea of per sons tortured to death by questioned stir further he said that when he was a jew he had never heard that Tho Jowh used Christian Blond for ritual purposes. Several workmen and officials employed in the Salt la works declared that bal hols Waw working a usual on the Day of the disappearance Otinsky. V re last night in the evening Classen at Tho a w. A. Bulliung. The class in Story to Hing i Dviny to Piui Sally popular. Lost night to Tho Tolmer under taking establishment and will in taken Iff Lam i act. Beitf Thi Choi for Loru. Chard a for i in my. Ii. Mccin Jik for Lirett Hicks for a rond Wurl or. Wornham for third Ward .1. I Luff Iii in. I i councilmen at hirpt1, it. A. Bishop and Charles Schaab. W. N. Wil Liams was chairman and Harry Shull Palti Stirry of the meeting. Urn. Ite ails i in or Myor implicating Btl less. Slio said she knew no think about Tho tit air hut in Sibly Mif flu ii boiled something when in cups. Put on new and repair old Voulff Broadway phone 3534. Loll

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