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Responsibility! Which in your mind carries the most the button or the suspenders. We can furnish you very responsible suspenders at a very moderate cost. DEWBNTER, The Hatter and Furnisher. Save This Coupon.... No extra charge for it, but it. is valuable. It bares our names, and that will remind you of the necessity of a New Spring Suit. Present this coupon with a nominal sum of money at our store and we will make to your order the handsomest Suit o£ clothes that ever adorned-your body. TUCKER & YOUNG, THB PEflRL STRBET TfllLORS. REAL ESTATE & INTELLIGENCE OFFICE. LOANS NEGOTIATED. GEO. W. RODEFER, UO Broadwnj. Over Hank's Jewelry Store. CHAS. W. SeLEGUE, Watchmaker and Engraver. Corner window Johnston's Drog Store. Broadway and Konrr.h streets. Formerly with J. ». Tsjlcr. All work wanunteil. GlTwmmacaU. DAILY JOURNAL. SATURDAY MORNING. APRIL 27 Tomatoes 5o a can, at Tract's. Sweaters, all colors, all sizes and al price*, at Fisher's, the popular price hatter. The Printers' base ball team wll meet Sunday morning at the Driving park for practice. Aeout thirty are expected to attend the Supreme lodge, K. of P.,at Indian apolls next week. Beautiful china bed room sets at prices that will surprise you, at Fogle song Bros'., 424 Broadway, e in today and you will make 20 nts on each dollars' worth of goods purchased at our store—Harry Frank It is expected that almost fifty bicyclists will start from Lewis' store at 8:30 a. m. Sunday for Peru to attend the big wheelmen's meet, Miss Effle Brltton was given a very pleasant surprise by a ooore ot friends Thursday night at her home on Melbourne avenue, West Side. Miss Mamie Bllgh's eighth birthday was observed by that little lady and a crow* of thirty of her friends Thursday night. Games of all kinds were played and Miss Bllgh received number of beautiful presents. A light . lunch was served. Awarded HlfbMt Honors—World 1 * Fair, DR. CREAM BAKING POWER MOST PERFECT MADE, pun Gr«p« Cream«. * Tartar Powder. Fret Ammonia. Alum o» viy other adulterant 4O YEARS THE STANDARD. FIRE BUGS AT WORK. The Bmrn of Emunuel Rmntt Near GTUHH Creek Bmrned-»ev«n Home! Perl«h-lo*»i »fJ,OOO. A terribly destructive fire, said to he lighted by Incendiaries, caused ihe total consumption of ihe immense barn of Emanuel Rans Thursday night near Grass Creek. The barn was one of the finest in the county, and tbe loss on the structure and contents ifl estimated at $5,000. The insurance was only a small sum. Seven horses were burned to death, and \heir terrible screams first awoke the family, but by the time they had reached the open air the structure was wrapped In flames and nothing could be done to save the building or its contents. All the implements used on the farm were burned, and an 1m. menee amount of hay and grain was destroyed. The glare from the burning pile lit up the sky to a great distance and the neighbors gathered to render assist • anco, but their efforts were futile. The loser by the big blazb IB a brother of Isaac Rans of thia olty. During the burning of the barn a granary near by was also ignited. Seventy pounds of dynamite, stored In the shed, to boused for stump blasting, were set off, and all the fences and buildings near at hand were overturn, ed by the shook. A large oavlty marked the site of the grain shed. Providentially nons'of those who looked on helplessly while the property burned, were near enough to suffer the effects of the explosion. There is little doubt in the mind of Mr. Rans that the fire was set by an incen diary. _ A Sunday Hchool Convention. A moat interesting Sunday school convention was held last night at the South Side U. B. church. There was a good attendance and much interest was manifested in the stud? of thla important branch of Christian work. The Rev, W. R. Wonea headed*) the discussion of the topic '-The duty of the parents to the Sunday school." The Erolitloa Of medicinal agents Is gradually relegating the old-time herbs, pills, draughts and vegetable extracts to the rear and bringing into general use the pleasant and effective liquid laxative, Syrup of Figs. To pet the true remedy see that Is manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co. only. For sale by all leading druggists. <*ood Openluc For active lady or gentleman acquainted with neighborhood. Compensation from |40 to |150 monthly. Work out- ined. Only energetic party, ambi- lous to succeed, need apply. No cap. tal required. Address, with reference, state age and whether married or single. Globe Bible Publishing Co., '23 Chesjput street, Phila., Pa, A Dealal. The Masons state that tbe aum suV icrlbed to the building fund is less than $10.000, and that any report that more ca»h it at present at their disposal U not a statement of f acti. To Mr. and Mrs. Otto Fultz of Spear street, a daughter. YUUR HAMB IS PRINT. llemit or • Personal charmewr Con- eernlue .LoB«D»porter« and .Their Friend*. i In the.'clty yesterday:. C. H. Bonnell of Pern. J. J. Aoken of Lafayette. Chas Frazer of Remington. W. J. Alford of Anderson. A. D. Ogborn of Newcastle. W. C. Bennett of Winamac. Will Canton, jr., of Chicago. Charles Nathan of Ft. Wayne. W. T. Markland of Galveston. W. A. Harrington of Goodland. H. Sohladerman of Deoatur, 111., called by the death of Mrs. Catharine Bruggeman. Mrs. Walter Rosenthal is at Cincinnati. John G. Seybold is at Dayton, Ohio, on business. Hiss Nora Taylor leaves today for Philadelphia. . " Ed Lenfeaty ii at Plymouth this week visiting his parents. Henry Lister of the South ^ide Is at Wabash visiting relatives. Mrs, Chas. Ruhl and son are at Winamao visiting relatives. Harry Cllley has gone to Harrlsburg Pa., to attend his father's funeral. Chirle& L. Woll looked after business matters at Marion yesterday. Miss Gertrude Carroll is visiting relatives and friends at Indianapolis. TheodoreBerger has returned home after a visit of a week at Cincinnati. The Rev, Nethercutt of Flora, visited Rev. T. S, Freeman in this city yesterday. Mrs. John F. Brennan has joined her husband, the druggist, at Indianapolis. John Button, a big stock dealer, living near Star City, was in the olty yesterday. Mayor Robinson of Delphi, with his family, were here yesterday, guests of Dr. Sterrett. . Walter Zahrt, steward at Long Cliff hospital, has returned after a visit at his old home in LaForte. Mrs. Mary Seybold-Grusenmeyer of Greenville, Ohio, 18 visiting relatives this week In Logansport. Mrs. A. J. Pi-escort and daughter, Miss Grace are guests of Mrs. Frame Love at Marion this week. Mies Georgia Stepbenson of Indian apolls, IB the guest of Mrs. J. A Carter of Melbourne avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Thompson 0 Wellavllle, Ohio, are this week the guests of Logansport relatives. A. J. Prescott and John Manes leave today for Hudson Lake near Lnporte, for a few days' fishing. W. O. Washburn, superintendent o the Metropolitan Life Insurance com pany, was at Marlon yesterday on bus Inesa. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Allleon of Remington, were yesterday In the olty a few hours on their way home from Winamao, Ed Emerlch and W. H. Scott went to Chicago yesterday, where Mr Emerlch expected to take the degree of the Mystic Shrine. Charles Shelton left last night for Nlles, Mich. He has taken a position as line repairer for the Thompson Houston Electrical company. . Miss Susie Robinson returned yei' terday from Indianapolis where she had been representing the leoal lodge 0. E. S. at the Grand Chapter. Peru Chronicle:' Mrs. Mary K. Landis of Logansport, and Mrs. H. C. Ozlas of Dayton, Ohio, arrived this morning and are guests of their relative, C. J. S. Kumler. West Third street. Peru Chronicle: Mrs. Joseph Merrill came up from Logansport last evening to see her sister, Mrs, Smith Mrs. EJ Seely and daughter Estella attended a reception dinner at North Grove today, In honor of Mrs. Seelv's nephew, Chris Crane, who was married at Logansport yesterday. A Birthday Celt-bration. Almost half a hundred relatives and friends assisted Thursday in the joyful celebration of the 57th birthday anniversary of Mrs Smith Hobert of Georgetown. A big birthday dinner was enjoTed. One of the presents prized highly by Mrs. Hobert Is a rocking chair, the lower portion of which is formed of the antlers of a moose, killed by her aon while on his travels. Present from a distance were Mr. and Mrs. Saundera, of Mt. Pulaskl, 111.; Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Boeder, Fort Wayne; Mr. and Mrs. S. Callaway, Montloello, and Misses RetU Tonn an* Grace George of Englewood, HI. Those from this city were Mrs. K.'Tynir, Mr. and Mr*. O. L, Harrington, Mr. and Mrs D. -M. Truer, Mr and MUs J. Drltt, Mill Roders and Mr. ltd Bobinion. MoKeen'i iteamlaundry—good work BICYCLE DAY! Sf\TURDf\Y ONLY. LA. W. Bicycle Shoes Youths' Boy's Men's $1.25 $1.50 $1.7i Iron Clad Fast Black Bicycle Hose 25c. White Sweaters - - - - Tan I9c 48c 48c The »\ew Weave The Regulation, The Yale, all colors - $2-98 - $1.98 - $1,50 Men's Canvas Shoes fair leather trimmed Celluloid Front Caps 38c worth 5Oc. The Dollar Quality Caps 50c worth $1.00 Fair Leather Belts I9c worth 25c and 50c. Special orders takera for Ladies' and Men*€ Bicyele Suits and Leggings. OTTO KRAUS. "OF COURSE," Bicycle Goods! ULYSSES CAME BACK. Though • Prison Sentence Threatened Me Was I»r«-wn Homeward— !• Arrested, U. J. Barren, the well known printer, who has been free to wander at will BO long as he steered clear of Logansport, but with a two years' pen itentlary sentence hanging over him 'here in oaee he should return, and. deviate from the milky way Into the paths of froth, fermentation and wickedness, and ready to drop hard upon hUhead, has been re-committed to jail. He was Inserted among; the county exhibit of curios, yesterday. Ulysses Barren was at one time charged with theft and when he prom is'ed to leave Logansport in his wake he was turned loose on the world. He showed up last wetk, and was ar rested by Officer Morris yesterday morning. The circuit court will again act on hie case. W, C. T. U. Meeting:. Fountain City Enterprise: The W. C. T. U., school of Methods held In Flora last Tuesday and Wednesday was very entertaining and instructive, the county W. C. T. U., organizations of Carroll, Cass, Fulton, Wabasb and Miami united In the work and helped to make It effective and Impressive. The principal speakers were Mrs. Beck, State president, of Bloomlngton, Ind., Miss Mary Hadley. vice president, Indians W. C. T. U. Bloomlngton, Mre. M. E. Balch, State Secretary, Mrs, Taish, state evangelist of Warsaw, M. 0. Cam, mack, of Marlon, Ind. The meeting was a very profitable one snd was thoroughly appreciated by all who attended. _ FROM A MOVINS CAE Hi-.. A. X. Donaldson F«lln. Injuring Herielf SerlouMly and Perhaps I>«Dlterou*lr. Mrs A. N. Dunaldson of No. 228 Sycamore street, is In a serious condition as a result of a fall recently received in stepping from a moving itreet car. The accident occurred on Fifteenth street. Frank Custer was in charge of tSe car, and was not to blame for the accident, which is much regretted by him and. by the street railway company. At the time of the accident Mrs. Donaldson was on her way to call on Mrs. Milo Harley at Ho. 1416 Broadway, and alighted, con trary to rule, on tbe near side of the street The car was not stopped until , had crossed, the way, and the motorman glanced bacfc to see Mrs. Donald- eon prostrated in the street. When last beard from the Injured .ady was suffering from what were supposed to be internal injuries, and r condition wu then thought to be terlous. . > ,'' . _'_ _,., number of Logansport fl»h«rmen went to Mailnkuokee jeiterdaj. • ' '' ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION Tbe Odd Fellowa Bold • Fnklle Entertainment at the lit uIt. Yesterday was the 76th birthday of Odd Fellowship. Wherever a lodge of the order exists the event' was marked by a suitable celebration. At the Broadway rink last night the Odd Fellows and their friends gathered in large numbers and listened to the'fol- lowlng program: Presiding oQcer D H Chase Otenlngode - , Bj the Older Prayer Rev C A Snltler Reading proclamation JC Newer Instrumental music Will illlroj-and Master Billiard Ten Minutes Talk on Friendship , ,—Rev J C KaufTman Si>nR ' Big Four" Ton Minutes T;ilk on .Love Rev W « Wones lustrum 1 iitiil nioblq „... John Day and son Recitation Merl Nethcrcutt Ten JIiBUtesTalkon Truth.... DrHETroax Song .....' Mrs, Julia Cronier Kerlm Recitation Miss Dale Ten Minutes Ta:k On Daughters of Rebekah.. _ _ MM J B Toby Instrumental music ..W C Ronth and sons Ten Minutes Talk on Faith, Hope and Cnarlty RevTSGuthrle Music Will Mllroy and Mniter Billiard Song Mrs Jolla Cronier Kerlln Benediction BevCASpltler J. B. (Stanley's Lecturing Tours. J. B. Stanley has arrived home after a short tour during which he leitured at Crown Point,Hebron,North Judson and Wlnamac. Mr. Stanley lectured two nights at each of these places. Be will start on an extended lecturing tour on May 7. Mr. Stanley now illustrates his lectures with fine stereoptican views. Horace Stanley has charge of the working of the lights for the views and accompanies his father on the lecturing tours. Poor Uncle Tom. The performance of U^cle Tom's Cabin at the opera house last night, barring the music by the orchestra, was worse than tame. The audience was fair. It Is an aggregation that is supported by a brass band and a pair of good natured blood hounds. ' Life-Loir B«»1U. Many a girl, by. using Zoa.Pbora at the opening period of womanhood, might be saved from life-long suffering and expense. Sold by B. F. Keesling and Coulson & Co. I OLAN'S OPEHA HOI7SE S, B. Patterson, Manager. D Wednesday, May 1st, Grand Benefit to (§) (§) Manager Patterson Low Rale* via P-nusylvanJa Line* to Indianapolis On April 29th, SOth, and May let. the round trip rate to Indianapolis will be one fare from ticket stations' in Indiana on the Pennsylvania Lines. Seduced rate tickets will be "sold account the meeting of the Supreme Council Uniform Rank K- of P , w all applicants, and will be good returning until May 2d, Inclusive. ViBdalla tin* ExcBralana. Logansport to Indianapolis and return April 29in to May 1st. inclusive, good returning May 2d. Rate 12-35. Trains leave Logaospcrt 7:34 a. m , arrive at I-idianapoli* 10:45 a. m. ^eave Logans port 2:60 p. m., arrive at Indianapolis 6:15 p m. J. C. EDGKWOKTB, Ag't, Frederic and Marie MarpljJ Snpported by Members ol ttte Jalla Marlowe Co. Presenting Pygmalion and Using at u. Curtain Balsor clever Comedy. A BED OF ROSES Advance sale of teats open* S«nnr- day at Johnston's Drug.Etore- PHICES-TSc, Me and 25c. D. W. TOMLINSOU REAL ESTATE bought and sold,' MONET loaned on reasonable terms. OFFICE 409 Broadway, 2d floor. Entrance on 4th Street. DR. F. M. BOZER'S 9ENTAL PARLORS. Over State National Bank, Logansport, Ind. J. M. McKlNSEY, General Fire, Life and Accident Insurance. Money to Loan in Small "Amountc. 412 BROADWAY. WANTED TO SELL The North Street House on Nortfa. street between Sen and 6th street. Will be sold on. reasonable t^rnus. Address, MRS. CHAS. MARKLE, Hartford City, tnd. WANTED! REAL ESTATE, Wanted, Cheap Cottages For Sale. Wanted txit» an! tat* 'ot.Sale. Wanted Small Famu Tor Sale. Wanted Bu*lne«s Blocks For 3al«.! Wanted to Exchange turns for City PropeKt- Wanted JfivcliandlM w Trade for Fannc DDSK33 Ji. JL 6O»«O«. Sprr Blot* LogjiLiport, Indian*. KROBGrER & STRAIN, Undertakers and Embalmers, 013 Broadway.