Fort Wayne Journal in Fort-Wayne, Indiana 29 May 1898
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Fort Wayne Journal, The (Newspaper) - May 29, 1898, Fort Wayne, Indiana12 fort Wayne morning journal sunday May 29, 1898. The fort Wayne journal established 1 entered at Thi Rort Post of but id class member of associated press. Teiem3 of subscription. By mall postage prepaid. Edition one year Paris of one year per month.4 sunday edition one year 2.00 to City subscribers daily delivered sunday included Loc per week. Weekly edition. One copy one year address the journal. 13, East main Street. Fort Wayne ind. The largest circulation Northern Indiana. Parties desiring the journal served at their Homes can secure it by postal card request or through Telephone no. 1s. Where delivery is irregular please males immediate complaint to office. Sunday. May. 29. 1s9s. The Birds have a Good Friend in Sena Tor Hoar Bill for their Protection is before Congress. The Bill prohibits the importation of Birds feathers or puns of Birds for ornamental Purpo ses except such feathers As May be taken from living Birds without injury to the Ana it prohibits the transportation of Birds or feathers for such purposes from one state or territory to there is also a rigid provi Sion their Sale. It is said that in Chicago one dealer alone receives in a single season hum Ming Birds and other Birds of different varieties. It is certainly time that something should be done to pre vent this Slaughter of the at Tampa. The students of my schoo at Northi Welcl have contributed Abou its for the same purpose. Many Ilif Fere it lines of service will themselves to those who have a hear to see something done. Ami let us at promptly before the Devil yets a foot hold. I Pray god that this Ivar May re found to his glory and the salvation of multitudes of our Young men. Contributions sent to me at my Home addressed. East Lori Fiield mass. For the fund for sending religious books u the Camps will be devoted strictly t that purpose. Similar appeals have been sen throughout the will receive wide publication through the the religious Oress. person ally is entirely in sympathy with the National administration on the cuban Issue. He was among the first of the Christian ministry to declare for War ii the iishumanlt3 of the Spanish Govi ment practice in the Island of Cuba Ould not be stopped by peae Means. He has Seldom appeared on the platform since it became apparent that crisis Between Spain and the United states was inevitable that he has not made an eloquent and Earnest Appeal for suffering humanity on the Island off the Florida coast. During the Winter he visited Tampa and the coast of Florida and at these Points Learned enough of the suffering in Cuba to place him at one jump in the front rank of the forces demanding intervention on the part of the american people. It is announced that or Moody s War Campaign will not interfere with the regular Northfield summer conferences which have become so widely known under his direction. On the contrary these plans have been developed so As to Widen and deepen that great work. The conferences however it is expected will result greatly to the advantage of he War corps and or. Moody will not ail to take advantage of the Opportunity to further the interests of the Christian movement at the front. The program of exercises for the summer begin with the closing of the North fluid school. Evangelist Moody to go to the front. An official Call has been issued by evangelist d. L. Bloody to the people of the United states to support a corps of Christian workers under his direction that will accompany the army and Navy during the War with Spain. If hostilities continue very Long the great Evango list will himself go to the front As he did in the service of the Christian commission during the civil War. While the Federal government is spending millions of dollars upon naval and military equipment or Moody Calls upon the Church to interest itself in the moral and religious needs of the fight ins Man on sea and land. The move ment has the approval and co operation of the Federal authorities at washing ton. Secretary anger and general Miles have been consulted and have Given the project their unqualified support. At Tampa and other military Camps where the work is already under Way it has received the general support of the army officers and is appreciated by the men. Maj. D. "5v. Whittle the Well known evangelist Gen. O. O. Howard both vet Erans of the civil War or. A. C. Dison and j. H. Burke Are now in the Field As an Advance guard. Their commission is to hold meetings and distribute religious Reading matter among the sol Diers encamped at Tampa and at Chickamauga Park. Others will follow As last As the arrangements can be made and As stated if the occasion requires it or. Moody is determined to person ally direct the work even from the Interior of Cuba. His purpose is to work where the most can be accomplished. For the present he is engaged in raising funds recruiting the Force consulting with the military authorities at the National capital and making other Neces sary arrangements for the work in pro Gress and in contemplation. The following Call to service with the army and Navy by or. Moody is published in the record of Christian work when War was Deso lating our coun try about thirty six years ago the Christian commission did Good work by sending men into the midst of the strife to minister to our soldiers and to distribute bibles and testaments. The Christian people prayed As i have never known them to Pray since and prayer led to Active Effort. Camps were turned into Camp meetings and the voice of Praise and song was heard from end to end of the line. The government did everything in its Power to Aid the movement the generals were in favor of it. And a Good religious tone was developed All through the ranks. To the present Day i men who were converted during that War. Out of its horrors and Deso lation came fruit to the glory of god. However much we May deplore the present War it is now upon us and f Teal that the Call has come to the Chris Tian people once again to do whatever can. Our Young men Are being called into service. There Are times in crimp when they cannot help feeling i Mesick. When the thought of danger Sobers them and brings them face to face with the question of eternity. Shall net we who stay at Home follow them with our prayers and minister to their spiritual needs in every possible Way it scorns to me to be the Nick of time to Ivsich them. A Start has already been made. Secretary Alger and general Miles have consulted and Are favourable to Christian Effort. The people of Harris Burg pa., have subscribed to Send bibles and religious books to the Camp saloons As nuisances. Indianapolis news the suits filed yesterday against fair Bank and Kissel s Garden Are based on theory or a new application of saloons Etc., in residence neighbourhoods. Twelve suits have been instituted. Six against each one of these by persons who own Homes in he immediate neighbourhood. These an for damages and for Tion against these places on the ground that the rental value of the properly has been decreased and the enjoyment of the households disturbed by reason of Dis orderly conduct and violations of Law in the Sale of intoxicating liquors. These cases Art on the same principle of Law. As the Case of Haggart is. Steh Lin decided by the supreme cirt of in Diana in the application of the theory has id ready been Elf votive in Era instances. Three resident ners at mount Jackson brought suits against the proprietor of a Road known As the Abbey Ami against the owner of the real judgments for damages and injunctions against the defendants were obtains in every Cass. The business was continued for a time after the were issued. Cut judge the Superior court put the sheriff in pos session of the premises an i compelled j All the fixtures and property to be j moved out of the bulking and then turned it Over to Wishek a. The owner of the real estate. The latter appealed to the supremo court. The judgments were affirmed. Meanwhile wish Iier Hud permitting the property to be used for the same of purpose Ami was brought before the court two weeks ago for contempt of court in violating the injunctions. He was fined for this and an additional judgment for Dama Ges in each Case was rendered against him. That place is now closed. A suit of the same kind was recently brought by Emma Kersey against Thomas Jick Enna and Louis Schulz at it. Jackson and on the service sum Mons the place quit business. A like suit was brought against Charles tru Emper. The proprietor of the Saloon and resort known As and a judg ment for damages and injunction was recovered against him. John Mcginty s Saloon in Ilc Carty Street was closed by like proceedings and Many other suits of this kind Are now in All these cases capt. Ell hitter we be Lieve has been the prosecuting attorney. There is no doubt we think that a icons May have the effect of injuring the value of neighbouring property and disturbing the Comfort of a residence District. Whether this is so in any particular Case must be a question of fact to be determined by a careful sifting of evidence. People in the Neighb airhood t the two places against which suits filed yesterday differ in their judg nent As to their effect. People of All sorts and conditions visit or the other. Many people Are unaffected thereby. But. Doubtless considered by and Large their influence is Irr this country at least Public Beer gardens an not exactly elevating institutions. The Glamour of respectability Over them often adds to their bad influence. The cases filed yesterday will probably serve to show whether these full Creek places belong in he of the Law to the prohibited class. They May. Therefore prove to. Be very important test cases. If the is against them saloons and resorts in suburban regions and residence neighbor hoods Are tit by to have serious trouble in the future. Our supreme court Lias that a residence neighbourhood is a re High boyhood where the majority of the property is used fur residence purposes. King ii hrs Briti hands it i Ould Lud to submit to Iii i and ii is industries now seeking the benefits of inv Rimm Ulm of the the cheap and continuous electrical Power at the fulls. The buildings Are mainly Low structures built of Brick and together occupy land limn any other eur ctr them real Plant at Niagara. The Mathi Escum company has u Plant in Saltville. A. The Castner process is employed. The raw material j used is common Salt Chloride of sodium which is dissolved in water and then j am fed into cells built of slate slabs. The j wills electric current enters at the Carbon i Eula terminal or anode and carries the me Toliu v Tallis sodium with it to the Mercury i i 1 As ful1 cathode where it unites with the Mer j a Eury. Forming an amalgam. Law Row meat Iii the other element of the Salt Chlor a majority it the English Neopit that the. Ine. Is set free at the Carbon terminal Union should by Disselt in with Karl ii Owr Iho glom Inatius of England in in where it is drawn off by an exhausted. Is driven electrically. Cells Are arranged to Rock Back and Forth. And Are divided into three Compart ments. The two outside compartments identical the Center compartment being different. An Iron Grid forms the cathode and the anode is formed by the Mercury and amalgam. As water is supplied to the Center com pertinent the current causes it to unite with the sodium hydrate Toh 11 ellil1 de. Soda. The liberated Hydrogen passes j a into the air. Thus the cell gives two very useful products caustic soda and Chloride Gas. The caustic liquor is placed in Large kettles where heat drives off the water leaving the Caus Clear White substance. Lead Chambers the Bottoms of which covered with air slacked Lime receive the chlorine Gas. The depth of the Lime so placed is about four inches and this Lime receives and absorbs the. _ had i Arisen furnishing them u Prthu it 10 at talk us when we i in in no Yundi Loti for president Lincoln wisely Eon i time the Ini Jusi Ami bully Etui flume. Ami it Iii cult at the time u. It Tormino Wheiler the rage and Al. Appointment of the Southern confederacy or of England was the trailer. A of this is still of Wii in the minds the intelligent american. It is Well to r. Cull the events of those times i View of the Friendship of ene tand for us now. H was Well f Itira that we Hail such a Man As Lin it tie Helm in such u Crill civil period we had some of the shallow jingles the american Republic would have Bee Doti Lilleck destroyed Ami this fair Lam would have Heen cursed with Lesii Olsn id sounding brass find tank stated that his eyes were so dazzled by this Light that it prevented him from properly steering his boat which re Iii lips in to collision with not Herr. The new lights in i Voress of construction As soon As Eonik us will be Noumea ready for service. The Mckisi lower til one on the Atlantic coast is on one of our Moat modern to he one is to be shortly tried the in ration of a a. M. Hun. Times. A nor by Iqbal profess Loi of i Friendship Are but a repetition of Thi that have Tver Brit ish diplomacy. If France. A join in with. Spain the ate chlorine Gas like a sponge absorbs j sent conflict i do not Dwulit Itiat England the extent being nearly 40 per cent. The transformer room of the math Eson Niagara Plant is 125 feet Long by 0 wide and is one of the finest at the alls. The transformers and switch boards Are arranged in Long line Ach Side of the room. The rotary transformers number 11. And Are in stalled on the South Side of the room on the North Side stand the and in the rear of them he Static transformers. Each rotary transformer converts from 200 horse Power from about 120 volts alternating current to about 200 volts direct cur ent. The cell room of the Plant is on he opposite Side of the Wall close to Volch the rotary transformers Are in tailed and they Are connected up in ets. Placed in rows extending North and South and correspond to the to Arles. The appearance of the install Ion is quite different than any other Een in the electro chemical plants at he Falls. The transformer room is lighted from the top by the vails Are White and the floor is of Wood Ary neat in appearance. The Long of rotaries is seen to Hie right while to the left tire the switchboards. I and Back of them the Static trans Hugh these machines about Ltd turn her Back tinn i with our enemies that slip might Kei a slice of the conquered territory. Ire land and India have been oppressed and robbed by the British As Spain has robbed Cuba. We Are lighting now that Riih May be free. It is a Noble cause and Doe of great Honor to the american Republic. That this Side of the world shall in free from robbers and despots. It Wil Clory of our Victory if we make i Ith a nation which has the eel of i he enemy when we were weak and we want the Frh mls hip i Spect of All foreign nations and Al with none. To do not want to be i to their help us in o Ness is As individuals. Be do not need them to mind your own Busi will. Cumback. Intr. Ind., May searchlights Fob Haij Boe. Protection. Horse Power is converted from Meni volts alternating at 25 cycles at which it is furnished by the Niagara Falls Power company to about 200 volts direct current. The United states government has ordered for use in the coast defences a Large number of the most powerful to be built in the earliest possible time arid delivered for mount ing in the principal harbours along the last. The lights Are of vital import Nee in Harbor defences and will be our Harbor equip ints. Already a considerable number Are in operation but not sufficient to do the work which might be done in this Way. Rent. J operated on a scientific system the it will be seen that ample Means Are j importance of the Light can scarcely be provided to keep the voltage proper overestimated. By its use the w Hole tonal to the number of cells in urea of the Harbor protected by our for the controllers Are mounted online riot cations and by fixed or stationary switchboards they give a Range a 6 100 torpedo is in the dead of night made volts on the direct current Side As Bright As Day. In detecting the a rotaries. The duty of these controllers proach or any movement of an attack a new Industry at Niagara. Caustic soda and bleaching powder Are now being made a Niagara Falls in tace Plant of the Mattieson Alkali company. This factory is located on the lands of the Niagara Falls Power company and has been built during the past year says the Philadelphia up court. It is one of the most sub Stantial of the new electro chemical Rill be understood to be to vary the pressure supplied to the rotaries by Cut Ting in or out sections of the primaries of the Static transformers. It May be mentioned that each set of Static trans formers consist of two trans formers of 100 horse Power each and that they re 200 to from 170 to 000 volts. In the Mathieson Plant the use of mall electric motors for various uses where Power is needed is Well portrayed As there Are no less than two phase induction motors in use about the factory. The functions they perform Are to operate pumps cranes drive blowers Etc. And two Are used on hand trucks in. Starting up the to Laries if desired. However the Early operation of the Plant led to the adoption of a novel method. On each of the rotaries there is a 10-Inch Pulley and an idler the armature Shaft being extended beyond the bearing of the alternating current end for this purpose the original idea was to pull one of the Small motors on the hand truck into position and Belt it to the rotary. In this Way bringing the latter up to syn cronyism and to repeat the operation until All of the rotaries were in opera Tion but the first machine was hardly in operation before the idea of using it As a motor suggested itself to the men in charge and it was adopted Only a few minutes being required to Start the entire Plant. Such practical ideas As these Are met with in nearly every factory at the Falls and it is no won Der that the development of these forms an interesting study for electricians the world Over. The require ments of the several plants vary in Many ways and the Bright Young electricians in charge set about meeting the needs of the situation immediately when it is presented. No Autance with England. To the editor of the Indianapolis journal the Ani rican Peoples hould make no with England. We spoke the same with the English in 1sc1 As we in 1sos. We were of the same a we Art now. All of that counted As no Hinc with England in Imi. The suddenness with which they have disco i Nde lie it is it lid nut prevent Thorn i civil from lilting nut gunboat prey a our Commerce. Many an an can Soldt Wojik Kellk a by bulk to furnished old Anglo Saxon Engla ent t and to ing Ileth. And especially what re tempt is made to pass a fortification after a partial or total destruction of its i Pedu Ider s. These Are the such Circum Stai inst i no Rani. He search Light would expose the enemy s ships to the deadly tire from the heavy artillery huns on our coast defense and insure total destruction. Another and most important of the Many factors of the Searchlight system As adopted by the army is its adaptability in signalling from one fortification to another by Means of Long and Short flashes messages being sent several Miles by cipher code. An idea of the wonderful Power and efficiency of these searchlights for Sig Naling May he had from the following a Short time a great Searchlight was Purcha turned Over ing purpose Light was a by the government and o the army for Experiment in coast signalling this based from a firm in Germany and upon its receipt it immediately forwarded to the Sandy Hook proving ground where it under a thorough test. One object was to determine the facility with which a message could be transmitted by Long and Short flashes. The Light was mounted on a Tower at Sandy Hook and Ige ments made with i the weather Bureau in n Dunn. York City. To be ready to receive the message a stated hour. Late agreed upon i in the f the Ai night y of cers especially expert in signalling mounted the top of the Tower. When the exact moment arrived there were thrown against the dark sky Lone and Short flashes of Bright Light from the Tower at Sandy Hook. At the iame i moment i York City another Man top of one of the High Uttke buildings steadily looking toward Sandy Hook. He read the message and repeated it by wire to Sandy Hook where it was found Correct. This message was flashed a distance of 20 Miles and could undoubtedly hav distance at the pc Knelt ii not this is magnified t that but they rave sympathy Ami Candle Power by Fetler . It ruin and Cost Natl Cal t in the end int pm Nodi Nice of Llu e tha icy. Ftp Mason and Misti it Days to withdraw been passed a much with these lights mounted locations around new York Harbor messages could be immediately sent from the defences at Sandy Hook to either fort Wadsworth or fort Hamil ton when the movements of a hostile Fleet could be seen and it was desired to transmit instructions to the inner de the Serc Likht with which these experiments and tests were conducted is one of the largest and most powerful in the to inert tales and in All probability the world tin Camillo Power of the arc being 47.000, and in the Ordinary method is of a powerful feet in diameter Inch in thickness is a very delicate of , the Tine occur led in grinding and pol Ishing it being nearly six months. A 20 horse Power engine in direct coupling with a Dynamo of. 1 _ j i Glit to Jpn a. M. I 31. Loiis and in Nickel plate Piutti lit Minior duo Nwaki Tours. Shore fort Wayne Dot Slon scrom North. Going North a Arr re p to. P a m p freight m All trains daily except sunday. Lake breezes brine Relief from to Swelm Rinc heat of the town or City. They raise your spirits and restore your enc Rpy the Comfort Aad pleasure in Lake travel u on Ono of the be Michigan and Lake Superior transportation go s elegant steamships. Sailings Between Chicago and Mackinac Bland Lour times every week at extremely Law rates. Tho now steel Ston ship Man Tott is or vessel Elor Antly equipped with vary Comfort and convenience. A visit Chicago. . Harbor Springs Toskey Bay View Mackinac Island Etc. Write for interesting read ins matter sent free or nut r nearest a enl address Boror Leim g. P. A. A Lake Superior Hap is. Co. Run ind n. Water St. Chicago. Bicycle bargains. Hartford. 26 Inch frames. Lin Coln. Star Lincoln new Schub ladles Russett. Clip or. Summit. Jus Tribune like new. Our Warner. And vim find the City j Manson 540 suburban. J30 Knock e purpose of candidates for state of Cen toe clips so. Tire to be voted for at the november election j Type la. Tires j2. Iron tubes soc. 1ssf the adoption of a platform and such floor pumps 2oc, Bells so Oil. 3o of Indianapolis it 10 i wednesday. June a. I siness As May properly come benthic Forf the the basis of representation to said convention As Mictl by the democratic state committee is one Delegate for each 200 and Delegate for each fraction of 100 e. Stoll presidential elector 1s96. Under thl apportionment the Conven Tion will consist of 1.s2s delegates. The Oft Ces for which nominations will be made Are us follows Secretary of state. Auditor of state. Treasurer of Stata attorney general. Clerk of supreme court. Superintendent of Public instruction. Chief of Indiana Bureau of statistics. State geologist. Judge of supreme court second District. Judie of supreme court. Third District. Jusfre of supreme court fifth District. I ult of appellate court. First District. Judo of appellate court second District. Judge of appellate court. Third District. Judge of appellate court. Fourth District. Judge of appellate court. Fifth District. Parks m. Martin. Chairman. Asahel h. Sampler. Secretary. Care Tako Cascaret Canior cat Banc. Loc Orsic if c. A c fall to euro runic Cist Mon up Many a Man s population depends on what in t found out about saddles 50c. We. Brosius co. 31 Clinton Street. Madam Enid teacher of piano pipe Organ and her Mony. Pupil of hyllested Gottachalg Oij Leo Heszky. Urine go. My sold Only by Frank. B. Long 34 e Berry Street
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