Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on January 22, 1898 · Page 26
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 26

Logansport, Indiana
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Saturday, January 22, 1898
Page 26
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OAILYJPHAEOS SATURDAY, JAH. 22, 1893. GITYNRWS. Peru of her Miss Bridget Leahy is at visiting Miss Sadie Glennon. Virgil Flomerfelt. marshal Walton, was doing the city today. "The Black Sheep" company arrived this morning from Frankfort, The opening of the New Murdoch hotel will occur sometime next week. Harry Dale will be down from Chicago tonight to visit over Sunday with his mother. The Haymakers will give another dance at Dolan and McHale's hall on the night of Feb. 21st. Paul F. Nestel, representing Al bert Gall's wholesale establishment of Indianapolis, is in the city Boast turkey, fried oysters and potato salad for lunch tonight at Dan Brown's saloon on Third street. Samuel Bilker returned yesterday to his home in Lafayette, after short visit In the city with relatives and friends. The "A Black Sheep" company came la from Frankfort tois morning and are registered at the Barnett and Johnston hotels Miss Ellen Comingore, a teacher in the public schools, who was injured by a fall on the sidewalk about week ago, is still confined to homeintbeEastend. J. E. Cain, assistant superintend <jnt of the Metropolitan Insurance company at this, point, attended the banquet given the district staff agents at Lafayette Thursday night. The wife of Al Anderson, the bur her, fell down stairs at the family residence on Miami street this morn- io K and was painfully injured about the head and body. Dr. Bradfleld was called. W. H. Wilcutts, of the Marlon Morning News, is in the city to at- lead the -'Black Sheep" performance tonight. An aunt is a member of that company and guest while here. The remains of Mrs. Ira Seybold arrived from Poplar Bluffs, Mo., this afternoon and were taken to the residence of ner mother, Mrs. Hmkle, one mile south of tiaecity. The funeral will be held tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock from the English Lutheran church. Funeral cortege will leave the house at 1:30. Services •will be conducted by Rev. Shaner. Interment will be made in Mt. Hope cemetery. Have you been at the services of the English Lutheran church, corner of First and Market streets, if not, try and be there this evening to hear the discussion, "Religion, the World Needs." Last evening Rev. Wiesmd gave an illustrated sermon, drawing lessons from experiences on the Atlantic ocean in his trip to Europe He spoke he will be her BORGLAR REEDER }aye the Police a '-Work- Out" TMs Morning. Tried to Escape Bnt 0. C. Dodds Halted Him With a Fair of Pincers. Desk Officer Kleckner Got Away Ahead of the Field Bnt Patrolman Skelton Finished First. Reeder aod Lee, the youtig men arrested upon the charge of burglarizing the Thomas grocery, on Michigan avenue, attempted to escape, this morning, but their plans failed to connect. Upon being arraigned before Mayor McK.ee, this morning, the nrlsoners entertained a plea of not guilty. Prosecutor Klstler then announced that he would file an affldavit and Information In the Circuit court, thus doing away with the necessity of a preliminary trial. The mayor then directed the police to recommit the prisoners, and it was while this order was being carried out that the two worthies made a dash for liberty. Arriving at- the foot of the stairs leading from the mayor's office Reeder jumped past Desk Officer Kleckner and ran rapidly north on Third street. Lee attempted to duplicate themove- mentis of his pard, but Patrolman Steltou headed him oft, and after turning him over to Patrolman Houghton, joined Kleckner In the chase after Reeder. The latter ran north to Eel JiLver avenue, thence west to a point near the front of John Lux's residence, where he was halted by 0. C. Dodds. The latter saw Kleckner in pursuit of Reedier, and, realizing that there was something wrong, pulled a pair of pinchers from his pocket, and pointing them at the runaway, ordered him to halt. Believing that Dodds held a revolver, Reeder surrendered to him. About this time Patrolman Skelton, who had run through the alley, appeared on the scene in advance of Kleckner, who had taken a roundabout course, Reeder and Lee will be arraigned before Judge Chase somatime next week. THE POULTRY SHOW Largely Attended Today by an thusiastic Crowd. EEL PJVER KOAD Considered One of the Finest Exhibits Ever Held in Indiana. Today was children's day at the poultry show and the young people seemed to thoroughly enjoy the exhibit, judging from the numbers present and the comment passed. In connection with the older patrons, for study and pleasure on "Peace, be Still of toe Master,' the number of admissions was all the and made strong points on the voyage | management could ask, and they are of life, having himself encountered a j n j Kn i y pleased with the patronage. .___,*--..— _fcii» or. QBB vnn a™ A delegation of twenty-three students from Purdue university, in S. Plumb, director terrific storm while at sea. Tou are welcome. Oome and spend a few minutes of profit and pleasure. Yolnuteers of America. A united temperance rally will be held at the Volunteers' mission on Third street this evening at 7:30. New and original temperance songs will be auag by accomplished vocalists. Sb.ort addresses will be given by several well-known temperance workers. Meetings will be held at the mission tomorrow as follows: At 9:45 a. m.. Sunday school. A large class 1 of men and a class of ladles have been organized and are in charge of Mrs. I. $. Crawford and Mrs Judge Dykeman. All those who are not attending Sunday school at some of the churches are invited to attend. At 3 p. m. a Christian conference will be held at the Mission hall, the people of the Market street M E church having charge of the services. A specially arranged musical programme will be rendered by the choir. Commissioner Grain will deliver an address. At 7:30 p. m. a free salvabion meeting, at which Captain Morphy will speak. Subject .'Warning a Serpent." Good music and singing. Everybody welcome. Admission free to all meetings. Election of Officers. Reserve lodge No. in, K. of Walton, have elected the insr officers; Past Dictator-Dan Waggaman. Dictator—Dan Bohn. Yice Dictator—W. H. Keiser. Assistant Dictator—Robert Phillips. Reporter—Jas- Davis. Financial Reporter—W. P. Treasurer—Owen Hnrd. Ohaplaln-W. E. Hurd. Gutae—L- B. Green. Guardian—Harrison McVetty. Sentinel—Jas. Kentner. Representative to Grand Lodge- Daniel Waggaman. Alternate—JM- Da^ls. Lodge Deputy-L. B. Gresm Amount of life insurance paid to the families of deceased members, •18,000. charge of Prof. 0 of the experimental station, came up and spent the day in a close examination of all the exhibits. Prof. Plumb pronounces she show one of the finest ae has ever attended. Awards of premiums were made today, but owing to the great length, of time occupied in making decisions, only half of the awards were made, the commiteee's work being continued to Monday. The closeness in the matter of points is surprising, as many of the birds failing to scora lost by a fraction as low as one-fourth.. Monday's program will be an excellent one and our citizens should attend in large numbers. The kennel display is very floe. This feature was not expected to be of much magnitude, but has proved a most valuable addition. Judgment will be passed .upon the canines it 8 o'clock Monday morning, The Weather. Rain turning to snow tonight colder tonight; Sunday clearing and colder, of H., follow- Beall. It is said that John Oambine wil be recommitted to Longclifl hosplital Offidai facsimile of Medal Awarded DR. PRICE'S BAKING POWDER WORLD'S FAiR.CHJCAGO, 1893 Sow Considered the Main Line of the Wabash. Yearly Statement of Earnings of l*«nn- sjlYania Road—Other Railway Notes. According to the St. touis Democrat: "Nearly all of the through freight traffic of the Wabash railroad is now routed by way of the Detroit division, which has all bhe business it can conveniently handle. Formerly this traffic was delivered to the Erie at Huntington, the Nickel Kate at Kew Haven and. the Lake Shore at Toledo, but tbe Wabash, by reason of its trackage agreement with the Grand Trunk, can now handle all its business to Bufl'alo, giving it a much longer haul, and the result is that both for freight and passenger business the Detroit and Eel River line is practically the main stem, BAILKOAD NEWS. The reconstruction a of the Vandalla station aod office building will be completed a week from Monday. Tbe funeral of H. W. Dean, the Terre Haute & Logansport conductor will be held at 2 p. m. tomorrow 'rom his late residence at Terre laute. The net earnings of the Pennsylvania railroad company for the year 1897, are reported to have been $4, 580,110,23, and the tprottts 11,413,249.67. The Wabash railroad company Is putting in a siding with a capacity ,f three cars, for J. A. Brooks, the poultry dealer, at his place of business on Railroad street. Curves, "low orders and tunnels are not permitted to offer an excuse to engineers on the Pennsylvania road >roper for falling behind time, as the condition of the track and the speed of the locomotives now In use enable an engineer to make up such !ossi>of ime. The Pitts burg office of E. A.^Fsrd, general passeagea agent of the Penn- ylvama lines west, by means ol! the ong distance telephone, can call up Indianapolis, .Cleveland, Cincinnati Chicago, and talk with the espective assistant and district pas- ecger agents. The men In the car shops at Terre Haute are also working on three new abooses which will be finished in a ew days, and sent out on the road. The heavy freight traffic of the last ew months has demonstrated the act that the Vandalla Is short of ca- iooses. The reclining chair cars which the Wabash is running between St. ,ou!s and Buffalo.are so popular that ther through Hoes are considering he introducing of similar service, iany people prefer * reclining, chair ar to a sleeping car berth, providing he car at night is kept, at "a proper emperature. George Wastoburn, the Wabash 'relght engineer, who resigned just beforethe'lateA. R. D. strike and removed.with his family to hla farm n Washington township, this county, was tendered a ad has accepted an engine on the Ashley & Chicago division of the Wabash. He is one of the oldest and best engineers in the service of the Wabash company. That the Pennsylvania is well pre pared to handles the large quantities at grain going to Philadelphia is evidenced in the ifact that last Sunday there arrived a,t Philadelphia thirteen transatlantic steamers from all. parts of the world. They are chartered to load outward cargoes composed largely of cereals. It la estimated these vessels will carry 4,000,000 bushels of grain and 20,000 tons of general merchandise. The Panhandle has secured sample of the water from the Royal Center water works, which will be analyzed by the company's chemist to see what effecls it will have on the engine flues. The company water at that place is very hard on the flues and boiler, and they therefore desire to get something that is better ii they can at a reasonable figure. It is impossible to "run by" this point at all times, and even one of the fast passeoger trains is compelled at times to take water there. MUSLIN UNDERWEAR SALE. The Golden Rule's MONDAY JAN. 4th. In these garments we carry many exclusive styles, you won't find them anywhere else. We make no extra charge on account of. holding these advantages. It isn't our way of doing: business. We •' wish to again emphasize the fact that teis ocean of perfection has been vouched in the production of these Ready-to wear Undergarments. Not a single essential quality can be found lacking in these. We give special attention to matching these garments correctly in sets, or sell them separately, as you prefer, all full sizes. Muslin Night Gowns. Elegant Fine Quality Muslin Night, Gowns in all sizes, full length, only : Extra Nice Muslin Gowns trimmed neatly in handsome Embroidery and Insertion to match. Destructive Runaway. The team attached to one of the delivery wagons owned by George Strecker, ran away this afternoon from Conrad's restaurant on Marke and passing through the alley at rear of the bakery, collided with a second wagon, turning it over The team continued Its flight to Twenty-second street, on North, and were caught at that point after doing considerable damage to the wagon. Attention, St. Matthew Commandcry £. of St. 1. Tou are hereby ordered to report a armory Monday evening, January 24 at 8 o'clock sharp, In fall dress unl form, for joint Installation of St Matthew and St. George command cries, followed by a social. Bring Uidies —John B. Fox, Capt. Wide Umbr ella .Drawers and C hemise. ROY4L UNDERGARMENTS; Fine Muslin Drawers Nicely Trimmed Only 19c. ; Extra Wide Umbrella Drawers Trimmed in Fine Medsie Lace Made of the finest quality Cambric. Can match this perfectly in other garments, at this sale only - - 48c Nicely made Chemises, trimmed in Lace or Embroidery at only 98 cents Corset Covers 'And Umbrella Skirts, latest covers, made of fine cambric in all sizes* some trimmed in Lace Embroidery, others plain at 12 l-2c, 19c, 24c and up. . UNDERGARMENTS, Cambric Umbrella Skirts We think we have the best and prettiest line of Umbrella Skirts that you can find in the city and here you will find them very cheap. Elegant wide skirts trimmed in fine MediseLace, full 41-2 yards a beauty at 89 cents. JANUARI 4ti. RGAHNENTi At The Golden Rule,

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