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Fort Wayne Sentinel, The (Newspaper) - May 3, 1915, Fort Wayne, IndianaMonday May 3, 1915. My Mem hmm the fort Wayne Sentinel 44mmmmmmmmm 4mm my my compels Tenderfoot dance. Huot Fagton county Farmer uses his gun to Force Jig. Hun Truxton ind., May Chambers a prominent Farmer living two Miles North and one half mile Wist of Bippus is said to have introduced Tho favorite pastime of the West in the hey Day of its glory yesterday afternoon alien he forced his brother in Law John Street who lives a mile an d a half North of Hajj to to do the Tenderfoot at the Point of a gun. Chambers Ami his hired Man it is alleged had engaged in a bacchanalian revel yesterday when or and mrs. John Street and William Street who lives two Miles North of it. Kuna arrived at the farm trouble started and Deputy sheriff Edward Haley was called from Blun Ringlon to act As mediator. The do put arrived he found the streets a half mile the Road waiting far him and when a pfc Hove in sight they made gestures for him to hasten. They declared that chamber.0 had driven them from his House at the Point of a and that he had threat ened to shoot them All. On going to the House Chambers had differed Story to Tell. He declared that when John Street drove into the barnyard to addressed derogatory remarks to Hin und this led to a Broil. Chamlies told the i Heriot that he. Struck Street and knocked him across a Lane hut this is denied by the streets who Tell a differ ent talc. They said that Chambers got Down a Rifle and forced John Street out in the Yard and Here made him dance for Hia delectation until the Man was. Nearly exhausted declaring lie would shoot him if lie desisted. I Nelly Street made his escape Alid he said. Man an aged Farmer of Preble town ship by a Gypsy woman. Two women looked so much alike to or. Fuhrman that he could not Tell definitely which of them had fleeced him but alter the sheriff informed them that he would arrest and bring both to Decatur on a charge of larceny they became fright ened and produced the Cash and it was turned Over to the owner. Although they gave or. 5s.oo, they persisted that they were innocent and did it Only to avoid trouble. I. Huh Ier bulletin. Jail breaker captured. Bluffton ind., May diner Ford of fort Wayne who with Clyde Dubois of the same place and ambers Butler of this county Broko out of the Iluf Floii jail a week ago this morning has been returned to the custody of sheriff j. A. Johnston. Conerford was arrested in Muncie. Lie and Dubois were arrested for stealing chickens from a Farmer in county and were await ing trial when they sawed out of jail. The other two fugitives Are still at Large. The Well known furniture dealer passes away at Chicago Hospital. Robert ii. Hadley a Well known Busi Ness Man of fort Wayne Aud president awl manager of the Ludley furniture company of this City passed away at the presbyterian Hospital at Chicago late saturday afternoon at the age of forty five years. Although to had been Trinidad. Col. May jury at this afternoon returned a. Verdict pro nou Neib John r. 1-a.wson guilty of Mur Der in the first degree Flins penalty at life imprison Merit. Or tha killing of John no piano a. Deputy sheriff in a Battle with strikers Cut. "5, 1313. Run Over by autok03ile. Rank Van Wert couple wed. Flicksville May d. Was run Over and seriously injured by his automobile. While cranking the machine it started and in was pushed 30 feet three ribs broken and internal in juries arc feared. Fort Wayne. He had resided Here Evet since. Lie was a charter member of the b. L. And of the ancient order of hibernian and was a devout member of the Cathedral and of the holy Camy society of the same congregation. sides tie wife he is survived by four children John Julia Catherine and Daniel jr., All of this City. Funeral services tuesday morning Ai at the residence and at 9 o clock at the Cathedral. Interment at Liu Denwood. The Boston store we intended to close this Sale May 1st, Tut we find great demands for these House cleaning articles great crowds attend this Sale every so we have decided to hold this Sale a Lew Days longer. Join the crowds. Van wort. 0., May Many friends of or. Theodore Pott and Mies Romaine Rumpf arc surprised to Loam that they were quietly married at Sun set saturday evening at the lutheran Church with impressive services Liy Rev. Rohlfing in the presence of the immedi ate families. Both ii ride and the Groom arc. Exceptionally Well known locally both having lived in this., City All of heir lives and having Hoth graduated from the. Local schools. The Happy couple left last evening for a trip to Atlantic City and other Eastern Points for a two works honeymoon trip after which they will return in Toledo and will temporarily make their Home in a suite of rooms at the Sintori hotel. Chief of 1 olice Charles a Linz slated monday afternoon before starting for Indianapolis to try to get Fay Bowman for complicity in the Rurode burglary Here january 30, that a Lorenco Strom had said in confession of his part in the Anrode burglary that Bowman was one of two men who blew open tie Safe in the Woolworth 10-eent store on Calhoun Street Here during the holi Days when about was taken. Strom said Bowman had told him of his part in the Avo Olworth robbery which Lias been a mystery was comm item. Robert h. Hadley. For Rome City fnd., May reports Are True in Rise City is to he the terminal for a number of Jitney bus. Lines this summer. The other terminals include and ii Turgis. It is under stood that a firm Lias made arrangements to establish Loudy service Between St gis and this being brought Titi ont Liy tie. Dry. Wave which swept Over Michigan. For persons of that Section Rome City will hence be a tar Tiabl Oasis. The automobile bus from this end of the line will be operated by Andy Spataforo who converted a Large truck into a first class Pas Senger car to accommodate persons de siring to attend the dam in and spend a Day or evening in an Outing. D Kalb s truant officer. Auburn ind. May county Board of education was called to order by county supt. Lida Leasure in the superintendent s rooms in the court House saturday afternoon. By virtue of her position or. Clasure is the. Chairman of the Hoard. The principal business before the ses Tion was the election of a truant or at Tendance officer. The names of Mahlon Baker of Union township and Frank r. Stoop of Jackson township the pres ent attendance officer were placed in nomination. Or. Baker received looks Tail or. Stoop. 5. The new attendance officer is resident of Auburn. There is much speculation As to tie re sult Oft lie receiver s Sale of the property of tie fort Wayne Springfield railway company to be held at Decatur tuesday. There a tie reason that the prospects of it being sold Are not encouraging according to local traction officials. There is much doubt whether a sufficient Price Mil be offered for it to justify the. Sale the court costs alone amounting to no Small several fort Wayne capitalists Are interested in the Road which it is under a too has been a very paying in vestment. The petition tiled some time ago Ivy John Bass asking that Fie made a party in the receivership Case has been Jar Suteu but his petition that the order of Sale be vacated or mollified by Tolkins out a part thereof has Bogn Over led by special judge Hartford. The caring of the claim of Harry b. Jennefee s to the establishing of its priority has ecu postponed. It is expected that a re number of traction men will attend ill since Tho first of the year and had undergone three surgical operations for i Mastoiditis. His condition Hud been regarded us improving until a Feu Days before his death and his most inti mitc friends were not aware the serious Ness of his ailment. His death comes As a great Shock to Many fort Wayne friends. The deceased was born in Lexington ky., july 3, and had spent nearly his entire life there. Later he engaged in the furniture business in Toledo com ing to this City in february the Hadley furniture store on Calhoun Street was opened april 20, Ami is one of a. Series of 2s stores operated in the larger cities through a. Syndicate. Jar. Hadley was successful in the bus iness world and was a Man of excellent character and liked by All who knew him. Lie was a. Member of the Elk and Moose lodges. Besides the wife to is survived by four Adele Robert jr., and Virginia Jane Hadley live Brothers and one sister and the Mother who re sides in Lexington by. Welch. Anna Welch of Montpelier Ohio died it the Hope Hospital monday morn hip where she had been a patient since. March 25. Sleath came at the age of Ai years and was due to endocarditis. Besides the husband she is survived by one daughter Imene to father j. Ii. Of Alburton Ohio and one brother and one sister. The deceased was a member of the methodist Episco pal Church of Montpelier. The remains were shipped to Mont Pelier for burial by a Waehli mulching. I i Crawford. Adam c. Crawford aged seventy years a Pioneer merchant of Tola Genud died at his Home saturday evening Fol lowing a stroke of paralysis which be suffered several Days ago. He suffered the first stroke in Loo and since that time Lias been an invalid. The Shock of his son s death which occurred last february 14 is thought to have hastened the father s death. The deceased was bom in Hancock county Ohio 1mt moved to fort Wayne Many years ago and conducted a Gro Cery store for a number of years. Later he moved to Monroeville where he employed As a clerk 5n the. Dunham steel store. Lie then moved to Maples and later to Hong land where he con ducted his place of business for thir teen years. He was a member of Tho methodist episcopal Chuh h of Hong land. And is survived by two children Marion of Hoagland. And rec Ranide Metcer. Funeral services tuesday at p. M. At the Hong Laud m. E. Church. Interment at i. 0. 0. F. Cemetery near new Haven. Room size rugs 9x12 Granite Lugrain rugs. Sale Price 6x0 grass porch rugs. Salo Price 8x10 grass porch rugs. Sale Price 6x9 seamless Brussels rugs. Sale Price 7-6x9 seamless Brussels rugs. Sale Price 9x12 seamless Brussels rugs Floral and Oriental patterns. Sale Price 8-3x10-6 Wool Fibre runs Brown and Green colors. Sale Price 9x12 Wool Fibre rugs extra heavy Quality All other room. Size rugs at special reduced prices. Granite ingrain carpet. Sale Price 25c a cd. 50c Quality heavy ingrain carpet. Sale Price 42c a Yard. T 22-in. Stair carpet. During this Sale 20c and 25c Yard. Extra heavy printed linoleum. Sale Price 50c a Square Yard. Floor Oil loth Best Quality. Sale Price 30c a Square Yard. Carpet paper 25 Yards in Roll. Sale Price 33c a Roll. Curtain stretchers Good Quality. Sale Price 59c each. A Good Oil mop. Sale Price 39c. Curtain material he stitched curtains with lace edging. Sale Price a pair. Extra Fine Quality voile curtains Cream or beige trimmed with lace edging at a pair. Curtains Cream or beige with insertion and lace Edge to match at a pair. Ecru scrim curtains with insertion and lace Edge at 98c a pair. White or Ecru lace curtains narrow Borders. Sale Price 89c a pair. Cable net curtains with narrow Sale Price 89c a pair. Good Quality Nottingham curtains 50 inches wide. Sale Price a pair. All curtains materials sold at Sale prices. All figured and striped crepes voiles and flax ii sold at Sale prices. 36-iu. Dark Percale. Sale Price 8 jl-3c a cd hemmed bed spreads. Sale Price 79c each. 30 Yards Good Quality Long cloth for 89e. Double service House dresses. Sale Price 59c each Brothers Aee sentenced. Bluffton fnd., May milling ton 34. And Ira Broth ers pleaded guilty before judge Eich Biorn to charges of Petit larceny. The older Man. Who admitted stealing Twenty from Frank Fulton and five busies of Corn from Charles Miller was sentenced to one to eight years in the state prison while his brother tra sentenced to sixty Days at the state penal farm at i Putnamville. Evidence showed he. Had stolen some potatoes from Charles Krinn and some Corn from John Winters. They were taken away by the sheriff s officers today. Made gypsies disgorge. Decatur jnd., May fire i was called to assist in the recovery of Money gotten Iway from Christ. Fuhr drink sparkling Blue cast magnetic Mineral water nature s own remedy for Stom Ach liver and kidneys. At first class bars drug stores. And ies. Beware of cheap substitutes which arc sold at some bars under the name of Blue insist up j on being shown the Crown and the Label which Bear the name Bluc cast.? private Trade solicited. I Blue cast distributing company 620 Clinton St phone 3687. Funeral services were held monday afternoon at o clock at the late Resi Dence 2312 Forest Park avenge Rev. Ii. B. Master officiating. The elks had charge of the services at loud Emwood. The pall bearers were e. M. Rosenthal of Toledo Leo Marks of Columbus Louis . Of Toledo and 0. L. Bickel Avilliah Klitzke. Aud Charles City. T Hays. W. H. Hays night station master at the Pennsylvania depot died saturday evening at 0 o clock at the family residence 114 West Creighton. Avenue Fol lowing an illness of six weeks duration plock. Harmon plock aged fifty fire years a life Long resident of fort Wayne passed away at Liis Home 2202 Fairfield ave nue at o clock sunday afternoon following an illness of a year due to Bright s disease. He had been employed As a finisher at the Packard piano com Pany for the past fifteen years. To was a member of the painters unit ii of Tho benevolent order of buffaloes and of Tho St. Patrick s Catholic Church. He is survived by a brother plock. And a Niece miss Nora plock of this City. Funeral services at 10 o clock tues Day morning at the residence and at at the St. Patrick s Catholic Church. the Catholic Ceme Tery. Funeral services in charge of tin painters Union and Buffalo Lodge. Davis. A conference regarding Grade reparation at Osage and Coombs Street the City officials will insist that the Railroad Malio a Sturt on Tho work this year and go at least to the Point of getting the openings made for the subways. Tie Nickel plate through division superintendent w. F. Watterson two Wucka ago pleaded for an Extension of time until next Spring owing to untoward financial conditions. The mayor and the Board take the position that to make the subway openings will not impose a. Heavy expense and that so Bruch of a. Start should be made the present year because it will be a sort of guarantee of Good Faith and will be that much done. Fire in Pixley Long Block. Tho City fire department was called o the Pixley Long Block to. The office f attorney Leonard a. Bane at clock sunday afternoon where a can hot furniture polish had upset and it fire to the surrounding furniture. The loss amounted to or. Bane . With the assistance of other cunts in extinguishing the Blaze be orc the department Arrivi final tax paying Rush. The final tax paying Rush is on and vill continue until county treasurer j. German Bueter closes his office monday right when the last Chance to pay the Spring instalment without delinquency will expire. The office will to kept Ipen tonight As Long As anybody appears the office will then be Davs Frt accept Price s resignation. Building permits. W. A. Hin Walt two Story Frame Resi Dence 520 Putnam Street a. M. Zuber two Story Frame residence isl s High Street Henry Lantz one shoes Frame garage s24 Kast Berry Street ?200. W. H. Carman remodel two Story residence 430 Buchanan Street ?200. O. D. Berry remodel two Story Brick store building 1109 Broadway j600. The remains of Robert b. Davis who passed away at Lima Ohio last Satur Day arrived in tins City at noon Mon Day and burial with services took place at o clock. Or. Davis had been a resident of fort Wayne for Twenty years moving to Lima five years ago. Death was due to pneumonia and followed a very Brief illness. While Here or. Davis was connected with the Lincoln Tea company. Besides the widow he is survived by. Two sons Robert and Paul and the Fol lowing Brothers Aud Sisters James b. Davis. Thomas a Davis misses is tulle and Florence Davis and mrs. Kannie me Cracken. T t w. H Hays. Funeral notices. Services for Frank deck will be held tuesday morning o clock at the residence and at Al clock at the St. Mary s Catholic lurch. Interment at the Catholic Cem Ery. Services for mrs. Tary Trevey will be held tuesday aft noon at o clock at the residence 305 tailor Street Rev. 0. E. Tomes and eve. M. L. Boekley officiating. Inter ment at the Bethel cemetery at Poe. Vandals destroy sidewalk. Vandals that the police will try to identify destroyed eleven Block sections of six foot Cement sidewalk just Laid on Rudisill Boulevard some time saturday night and it will have to be replaced by l. H Mcafee Tho has the contract for building Tho walk. Arrests will be made if the miscreants Are discovered. If the purpose was to gratify spite against the Park Board under whose a spices the. Improvement is made it was a futile Enterprise for the loss will fall entirely on the contractor. The birth record. The Park Board saturday accepted the resignation of Marriotte Price for seven years Engineer in the Park department who will enter the employment of a Cement company. The Board will release him May 34 and give him his salary to june 1, or. Price never having taken a vacation while in the Cluj employ. City Brevi ties. The past chiefs association of the pythian Sisters meets tuesday afternoon with mrs. Rush of Carson aver tue mrs. Kiefer to act As the assisting hostess. Members of the commercial club have been invited to attend the meeting of the retail merchants association Mon Day evening. Capt. Billy Stewart and his african Sorilla. Angola have arrived at a Urbana. 111., to join the Gause shows for the season. Charleso it Cree assistant brew Mas Ter at the Centlivre brewery has contracted with the Federal securities and investment company for the erection of a new House in Penn place. Due to complication of diseases. Death came at the age of 63 years and followed an operation which he underwent it a local Hospital. He was removed to his residence three weeks ago when it was thought that he was convalescent. Born in Pennsylvania or. Hays came to fort Wayne thirty years ago ill since that time had been in the employ of the Pennsylvania Railroad company. For years he was Yard conductor and later As Yard master. He was one the Best known employees of the com Pany in this City and his Many frien the and acquaintances Are grieved to learn of his demise. Besides the wife he. Is survived by one son Louis Hays of this City one brother l. C Hays of Alliance Ohio Anci one sister mrs. H. S. Toynbee of new Castle. A. The deceased was a no gun Ber of the switchman s Union of the eagles modern american. Fraternal Union and the National masonic order funeral services were held monday afternoon at 2 o clock at the late Orcsi Dence. Interment at Lindenwood. U free perfume pin Aud s Lilac very after i Fuji Falvy. Daniel Falvy. Deputy sheriff to tin county commissioners court died Laii saturday afternoon at the family Orcsi dance 120fl Bonne Street at the age o 63 years. Death was due to heart Troi ble and followed a very Short illness the deceased continued at his Post in til april 12. When sickness forced to remain at Home. Or. Falvy was installed into offi with sheriff Gladi Evix three and was an efficient Public servant n very popular with i associates he was a. Prominent figure in Loca politics Well known throng line the City and Vicinity. The deceased was born in count Kerry. Ireland but Ramn to a when he was two rears o age. The a roil located a t upper sex husky. Lie to or. And mrs. William a. Heidrich City at St. Joseph s girl. To or. And mrs. Louis Koehl 1145 Monroe boy. To or. And mrs. Jesse m. Young 3135 Thompson boy. To or. And mrs. William h. Heining 2706 Gay 1505-. Mayor still considering the Park Board salary ordinance. Mayor Hosey stated monday that to lad not yet reached a determination As to his probably action on the recently passed ordinance fax lip the minimum and maximum salaries of several officials and employees in the Park department. Asked f he would transmit to Tho Council at to next meeting a message with a veto of the measure he said i Don t know yet i la further than this the mayor had Noth ing to say at the time. However Fol lowing a conference with the Park Board at that body s meeting saturday after noon mayor Hosey stated to Tho Park commissioners that he could not approve Tho salary ordinance which the Council passed by a unanimous vote and that he would refuse to sign it. Colonel d. Foster president of the Hoard said later that if Tho refused to approve the ordinance he believed the Council it Tild fairy it Over a veto. Rome of the coun cult non have indicated that they were ready to Artand by their action in voting for the ordinance and some of the others arc non committal. The Council will not meet until tuesday evening. May 11. Will insist on Start. Commissioners refuse the place License and it closes May 6, the tour mile a More or less notorious resort on the Lincoln High Way four Miles East of fort it Ayne will close its doors next thursday and will be out of business. The Board of commissioners on monday refused to re new the License of Peter a. Conrad for the place and when Tho present License expires the resort must lock up. While Tho License has been in the name of. Con Rad for a year it was notorious that de c. Was actual proprietor and Active manager of the Saloon. The com missioners refused to do business any longer on that the commissioners postponed to june 5 the applications of Twenty two Saloon keepers for renewals their licenses not expiring until that Day. Michael har per. 1704 Hoagland Avenue did not appear to present his claim for a License and it became extinct by default. The commissioners authorized the Transfer of six licenses by Sale. He new Tariff of passenger fares on interurban trains of this com Pany Mil become effective on May 1st, 1915. Such fares computed at two cents per mile one half Miles being counted As one cent. Minimum fare is five cents. As Many fares Are in Odd cents our patrons will Confer favor on both the com Pany and its employees by purchasing tick ets before boarding trains. If this cannot be please have the exact change ready. When paying Cash you will be Given a Cash fare receipt which receipt should in All cases be retained As evidence of fare paid. A by doing this you will materially assist the conductor in collecting his ing him More time to devote to. Other duties. Fort Wayne Northern Indiana traction go. Board will Tell Nickel plate manager to open for subways. To bin Oneal Man acc a. A John Mon. Of the Nickel plate Railroad. Homcy Board of "83 news of the courts. Suit of former policeman against City for on trial. The suit of f. Kruckenburg. A former policeman against the City of tort Wayne for damages for personal injuries be alleges the defend ant to be responsible for. I on trial be Foro a j sry in the circuit court. Krack lie foil into pit at the City Light and Power work when he went Lite of a. Telephone report to Hradil arturs and broke Bis Arm. The Superior court has granted a divorce to the furl from Kelson to Wood and Proa her tis a tour of remember this Sale is just for a Lew Days longer. Take advantage of these Low prices. We. Hahn company fort Wayne s greatest bargain store. Electric current for Light Power and heat the electric Light co 5 Light and Power dept fort Wayne North Cro Indiana traction co., phones 288-299
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