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December 1, 1897

Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 24

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OMLYPHAHOS WEDNESDAY, DEC. 1, 1897. OITYNB.WS. Cold wave coming. *4 shoes J2.48 at Walden's. See Hauk before Christmas. Ten bars Royal soap 25c—Traut, Buy shoes Walden's bankrupt sale. 21b package rolled oats, 5c—Traut. Mrs. Will Fitzgerald is on the sick list. Grand opening every day and evening at Hauks. Don't miss seeing our line of fancy China.—Trade Palace. Born to Mr. and Mrs. AsaShldeler, of Clinton township, a son. Silver trimmed and leather cased umbrellas at Will Murdock's. To Rent—Cottage near corner of Nineteenth and North street. Jackets, jackets. Big discount this week at, the Trade Palace, To Mr. and Mrs. Lev! Bundy of Harrison township, a daughter. Will Henry Is again employed at Rehwald Brother's butcher shop. Willis M. Bishop, of Miami street Is recovering from a severe Illness. Miss Elma Tibbets, of Marion, is the guest of Miss Mary Monahan. Something fine—Boston cream bread, lOc loaf—Strecker's bakery. Just a few left. Will ofler tomor row only, one parlor stand for 29c.— Foley. The public schools will close on Wednesday, the 23d, for the Christmas vacation. Attend discount sale of ladles jackets to make room for holiday goods. —Trade Palace. Born to Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Anderson, formerly of this city, now of Goshen, Ind., a son. Willie Wllkln will appear In an original and laughable comedy sketch In the Elks' minstrels. John Bryner, representing the Central Grain anM Stock Exchanee of Chicago, is in the city ou business. The ladies of the Broadway Presbyterian church will serve a 15c oyster supper at the church Friday night. Will Murdock Is showing some ' very handsome exclusive effects in neckwear puffs, 4-in-hands and tecks. The ladles of the hospital sewing circle met this afternoon at the home of Mrs. A. W. Stevens on Broadway. Mrs. A. J. Wallace, of the Westside, suffered a stroke of paralysis yesterday, and is in a critical condition, Natural gas bills for November are due and payable at the company's office on or before the 10th inst. Miss Minnie Collins, of the Westside, drew the sideboard cover awarded Dy Miss McGovern, of the Westside. Abner F. Bowen filed a suit for $500 against Aaron H. Willard and Alexander Hardy yesterday in the Circuit court. Mrs. George Bennett had a fine baked turkey stolen last Monday. The fowl was taken after it had been set out to cool. E. Shanks, a local, was jailed last night for intoxication. He was afterwards released on the promise that he would settle. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Dunkleberg, jr., formerly of this city, are the parents of a ten pound son at Seely- vllle, Pa. All are doing well. The county commissioners went to Lafayette today to Inspect the building just completed there for the Cass county soldiers at the Soldiers' home. William Warfield failed to pay a tine and costs aggregating 115 for assault and battery upon Sadie Dencon, and was recommitted to jail for fifteen days. This evening at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Moore, residing west of the city,Miss Luella Moore and Mr, Willard Price will be united in marriage. This is ;to be a month of cold waves one tollowincr closely upon the other. We are promined one for to ntght. "In times of peace prepare for war." Buy your warm caps, gloves, mittens and heavy underwear of Dewenter the hatter and furnisher and you will be cold proof. Official facsimile of Medal Awarded DR. PRICE'S CREAM BAKING POWDER WORLD'S FAW. CHICAGO, 1893 AN AIR LINE. A .New Road to Extend From Fort \Vajue to Kankakee, And Opening a Region of Unsurpassed Fertility—Of Possible Benefit to Logangport. A railroad project now occupying attention is one which has received favorable attention for me past year. Events of the last few days indicate that the scheme Is about to be accomplished. This is the extension or the Findlay, Fort Wayne & Western road from Its western terminal at Fort Wayne to Kankakee, Ills,, there to form a junction with the Illinois Central and thus gain an entrance Into Chicago. The distance between these two points is about 200 miles. The Astors built the Findlay road and one of the family is a leading stockholder and director ot the Illinois Central and thus has a double interest In the union of these two roads. The new road will avoid all the divergencies made by earlier roars to reach certain cities and will be known as the tangent line,passing through Rochester and Winamac. The maximum grade will ouly be fifteen feet to the mile, giving a great advantage as a freight route. The country to be traversed lies about Midway between the Indiana, Illinois and Iowa and tne Lake Erie and Western railroads. For about sixty rnlles east of the Illinois state line It passes through what was formerly known as the Kankakee marsh district, formerly the haunt of nothing out ducks and geese. Hundreds of thousands of acres of the marsh land have been drained during the past few years and It now promises to bo the most, valuable portion of Indiana, as it Is claimed to be the best sugar beet producing section in the United States. Tne deepening or the channel of the Kankakee river through that section will reclaim 500,000 acres more of waste land. The territory Is being rapidly settled and is without railroad facilities, excepting the lines forming a sort of boundary. The building of this road may De the means of furnishing Logansport with an- otLer route to Chicago. A spur track or electric road thirty miles in length would give the outlet, and should the much vaunted I. C. &L. road prove a filzzle, it is probable that th's link will In time be built. Logansport should Invade this territory, as the Young America region is clearly lost to us. Why not look to the new and rich fields u> the north west, and which is so rapidly developing? It promises to be the garden spot of Indiana and its trade will be worth acquiring. NATURAL GAS. Deplorable Waste In the Territory Where it Is Found. Loganspert Citizens Meet and Discuss the Situation—Resolutions Passed. Less than a hundred citizens of the city attended the meeting at the court house last night for the purpose ot inaugurating a movement to prevent a waste of natural gas. Of course there Is no waste of gas In Logansport. for her people sometimes find it a difficult matter to obtain enough for legitimate use. The movement is all right, however,for it has a tendency to discourage the unnecessary waste of gas by people residing In the gas fields. Terrence Me- Govern was made chairman of the meetiDg, W. S. Wright secretary and Peter Wallrath assistant secretary. On motion Peter Wallrath, Dr. M. A. Jordan, Dr. J. Z. Powell, Charles Ringleben and W. S, Wright were appointed a committee on resolutions, and they reported the following: Besolved, That, believing that our present law,if efficiently executed, is sufficient to. meet present emer- gencies.we would call on all executive officers to prosecute promptly all offenders that may be uselessly wasting gas, and that we will lend them all our moral aid and support in the performance of their official duty: that we are opposed to an extra session of the legislature. The chair appointed Peter Wallrath, Dr. M. A. Jordan and J. T. McNary to co-operate with similar committees from other cities and the gove r nor, attorney general and state gas inspector. Afterward at the suggestion of Mr. Wallrath, Mayor McKee's name was substituted for that of his own on the committee, and the meeting adjourned. School MODS* Burned. Yesterday morning while the Jefferson township school, District No. 1 was in session, the building took fire from a defective rlae, causing great excitement. The pupils saved all their books and other belongings. The building was burned to the ground. The loss will be about (800. THE QDESriOS OF CO-EDOCAT10S At Wabasli College Arouses Much Op. position. The question of co-education at WabdSb college is beirg discussed with unprecedented interest and tbe alumni are taking sides in a manner which leaves no doubt as to their feeling. Up to date about two huudred signatures have been secured to a petition asking the trustees of the institution to make the change and admit women. A large number have given their reasons for refusing to sign, and these letters are very radical. Rev. Dr. Putnam, of the First Presbyterian church of this city, declares his unalterable opposition to the change, It is a noticeable fact that the most hostile opposition comes from the alumni of f* quarter of a century ago, while those of recent years generally favor it. Most or those opposing the change however, state as their reason tnat Wabash college occupies a unique position, being the only Protestant college in Indiana educating young men exclusively. It is said that a majority of the trustees favor the admission of women, and will open the doors of the college to them just so soon as this can be done. The matter will probably absorb attention at the approaching December meeting of the trustees. DB. SPESCEB ISDIUTED For Sending a "Dun" on a Postal Card Through the Mails. The federal grand jury at Indianapolis has indicted Dr. Wm Spencer, of Montlcello, on the charge of sending a "dun" on a postal card through the mills to William T~ Burrnett, A. C. Harris appeared for Spencer, Tuesday morning, and asked that he be allowed to argue the meaning of the statute forbidding the use of postal cards for certain purposes. The postal card reads: Do you invite me to bring suit against you for 110,50 due June IT, ? If so just sib right still aad see me get the money with costs." Judge Baker said his impression is that the card was not a violation of j the law, but that he should be glad [ to have the case argued next week. He has never passed on a similar case. His decision in the matter will be of general interest. A PROTEST Against Bills Antagonistic to Ticket Brokers. Typographical unions throughout the country are taking a firm stand by the passage of strong resolutions against the bills which have been introduced In the house and senate antagonistic to ticket brokers. It Is argued In the resolutions that the passage of any such bills will serve to destroy competloin and will result in increased railroad fares, and that it is inimical to the interests of the poor man, Logansport printers are not in favor ot this kind of legislation. Sister organizations are urged to adopt similar resolutions and send copies to members of the house and senate. Exciting Runaway. Yesterday afternoon at 2:30 the delivery horse of Rehwald Bro's. took fright at a passing train ou Third street and ran north on Third. The horse was driven by C. W. Jackson, who was thrown out in front of Dunn Bros 1 , grocery store, receiving a few bruises. The horse continuing his course dashed into the rig of Morgan & Cummings, at the corner of Broadway and Third, and damaging that vehicle considerab ly. The Singer sewing machine agency's rig was also damaged to some extent. The runaway horse was badly injured on his right hip. Annual Was Rates. Artificial and natural gas bills are now due and payable at the company's office. Natural gas consumers desiring t» avail themselves of the annual rate, commencing'December 1st, can do so by calling at the office and arranging for same. All bills must be paid on or before the 10th of each month. LOGANSPORT &• WABASH VALT ET GAS COMPANY. Organizing Camping There are at present several camping parties being formed in the surrounding cities for next season. The clubs organize and select a treasurer who collects one dollar from each member each week. This money Is deposited in a bank until the club Is ready to depart next summer when it Is drawn out and used to pay tne expenses of the trip. Waterman's Ideal Fountain Pen. The only reliable, fully warranted. —Longwell & Cummings, Masonic temple. Another Cold Wire. Fair and decidedly cooler tonight and Thursday, with cold wave tonight. Your Winter Wants Demand Attention. This is an unusual season. The warm weather of the past month has caused many to forget the lateness of the season. - - WINTER IS NOW HERE - Your home should be well equipped with Heavy Underwear and Blankets. Now is the time to bay, when you need them, as we are giving Special Prices this week. IN BLANKETS. 100 Pairs Fleeced Cotton Blankets - 39c 100 Pairs Heavy Fancy Blankets - ... 89c 75 Pairs all Wool Scarlet Blankets - - - $1-89 75 Pairs 11 Grey and White blankets - - 2.48 \ml Better Goods in proportionately Low Prices. Our Underwear department is overflowing with Bargains for you all THE QOKDRN RULE. Another Slaughter —IN— Shoes. 97e for Men ; s §1.50 Dress Shoes. 98c " " Heavy Shoes. 69c '•' " Satin Calf Shoes. 25c " " low cut Rubbers. 98c ''• Ladies' Dress Shoes. 96e " old Ladies' solid comfort Shoes. 64c for old Ladies' Wool lined Shoes. 93c tor i: " Button Shoes. 92c (i Boy's lace Shoes, 86c ;i Youth's lace Shoes. lOc '• Ladies' Slipper. Everything as [low in -proportion, 101/11 403 Broadway. ite AS Snow Is vour linen when it oomes home from Marshall's Laundry. No. 60S Broadway. Both 'Phones 110. Wagon will call for your work. Give us a trial. * | If You Want ? lo be in the Swim THE BIGGEST MAN and thejsmallest in town, will g«t equal satisfaction In the fit of kto clothes If our tape line has bee* around him We have a sort of prMht in fitting men that other tattoM can't please. It's the know-hut that telis the taste, and oar expert- ence and observation has glvei M that. Come tn and look orer Mir stock of Fall Goods, and try not U be amazed at the prices we quote. 3. HE1RZ, Tailor, 409 Market Street. FALL AND Winter Woolens. The most complete assortment of Up-to-dale Fabrics in Plaids, Checks, Stripes, Serges and i* fact anything you want for a first class Business DRESS SUIT. Prices the Lowest in the'City. John R- Carroll, 1222 BROADWAY, ==PATENTS== American and Canadian Patents promptly obtained, Patent, Mechanical and Perspective Drawings prepared, Inventions Developed. B B. GORDON. Annual Gras Rates You had better le HOOLEY —Make Your— Fall I Suit I Or Overcoat 1 He will Pit Yoit I When all others fail. * IF YOU WANT TO BUY Good Shoes A T Lowest Prices See Walter Maiben. Special Attention Given to Fit and Single Pair Orders. See as for Holiday Shoes and Slippers. Erery Pair Guaranteed A RTIFICIAL and Natural Gas Bills are now due and payable at the company's office. Natural Gas Consumers desiring to avail themselTes of the Annual Rate, commencing December 1st ,can do so by calling at the office and arranging for same. All bills must be paid on or before the 10th of each month. Lopnsport aid Yalloy Gas Ci. The "Domestic" Office. Now is the time to provide you* self with a good Sewing Machine it a very low price. My stock include! all the leading makes. My terms are easy, and there is no excuse for being out of a good sewing machine n the bouse. The old stand 529 Broadway, near 6th R B WHITSRTT rilVE THEM FITS. That's what you'll get if I make your clothes. Fm making Fall Suits and Overcoats to order from $16 to $40.00 Gr. Tucker, Tailor, 4th •*! Bret*

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