STRAW HATS Summer Underwear. Man Made able by .... Comfort- DEWENTER, 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 of clothes that ever adorned your body. AL. T. YOUNG, TUB FEflRL STRBET TfllLOR. DR. F. M. BOZBR'S >ENTAL PARLORS. 3ver State National iBank, Logansport, Ind. S. W. BROWN. )an. Real Estate. and losurance Agency. I Moneij to lonn In any amount tinU on easy terms. wlinWe Jnmi nnd city ptuperty for mile, Insur- ice placed Ac. Ofllc* Justice block, front ora; up stairs. CHAS. W. SeLEGUE, Matchmaker and Engraver. Comer window Johnston's Drn« Stora Broad- W Mid Fourth streets, Formerly with J. D. liurlor. A 11 work warranted. U lie mm a call. DAILY JOURNAL [SATURDAY MORNING. MAY 11 ^•••.^^^•••••^•••••••••••••^ r Girl wanted at 224 Sel River avenue IA good broom for 9 cents at Traut's (eon's steam laundry—good work | Step ladders today for 43 cents a [Men's low hot weather shoos a falker & Ranch's. I Our new drink today, egg claret— hnston's drug store. | Hosiery at special prices today fo ly—Trade Palace. »' fine saline ties the same ai hers sell for 60 cents for 25 cents a rry Frank's. |Otto wants to know If you don'l Jze that he is selling men's cloth ' the price of children's. Jood's Sanaparllla gives great bod- nervo, mental and digestive ength, simply because it purifies, alizes and enriches the blood, IWe have the shirt waists for you 1 the biggest sleeve jou ever saw (balloon sleeve with style to it, In all etles of collars and cuffs, at the Bee |ve. tie eighty-first birthday annlver- r of Mrs, Catharine Kerns was collated yesterday at her homo No. I Broad way. The pleasure of the int was participated In by Mr. and C. J. Kerns of Valparaiso and I.E. McCrea and son of Kentland. Awarded Honors—World's Fair. DR, MOST PERFECT MADE. rapiCrMmt'Tartar Powder. Fres ^ Ammonia. Alum o» wy other adulterant 4O YEARS THB STANDARD. CASE STILL IN PROGRESS. Mpencer »iraln*t The Pennsylvania Relief Fund ANKOdallon AHklngr For Benrfll* Alleged to be l>ue. The evidence was not all in when the court laet night adjourned the trial of the case of John N. Spencer who is suing the [.Pennsylvania Relief Association for alleged sick benefits amounting, according to his claims, to $120. The matter will probably be cleared Oft the boards today. • Judge Lalry and a jury have been listening to the testimony. The story developed was to the effect that John N. Spencer, the Pan Handle brakeman, had a leg broken July '1th, while wrestling at Burnetts, vllle with Charles Granger. He was laid up for a considerable time and the Relief Fund Association alleging that he was drunk when injured, refused to pay the usual benefits to him. Mr. Frohman's company in present* ing "The Lost Paradise,", do complete justice to that grand play. In times of strikes and dissension between the men of fabulous wealth and those who toll for their bread, the illustration is eatily recognized. The author presents a subject which in the hands of Mr. Morris Is most capably handled. Heroic independence and respectful obedience are moulded into one character. Such a character and play represented by Mr. Morris and the supporting company will long remain in the memory of the public. To appear here Friday, May 17th. _ WorU'i CoUmbl» ExtOfltlon ' Was of value to the world by lllustra. ting tbe Improvements in the mechanical arts, and eminent physicians will tell you that the progress in medicinal agents, has been of equal Importance, and as a strengthening laxative that Syrup of Figs is far in advance of all others. A Sfew l^odK*. The Knights of the Maooabees instituted a new lodge at Royal Center Thursday night with the following charter members: Dr. Frank M. Klst- ler, Charles Robbins, John W. Ktstler, S. H. Grant, Joseph Hollia, Thomas Efotty. James Wisely, James Terrell, Orvllle MoCotnbs, D. W. Neff, Joseph dcCrady, George H. Glse, Jamei King, Tohn Hldinger. 0- L. Gruwell, James A. Parks and Thomas Wisely. Dr. F. M. Kistler is the medlcal'ex- ,mlner. The Comity Commu«loner». The county commissioners failed to take action on the hanging question of bridge across Eal river at Market treet yesterday. It is said the county athers will further investigate the ondltlon of the old structure before on tr acting for a new one. The )0ard was driven toJNoble and Jefferon townships yesterday on a tour of ridge inspection. Hamaiook* tor the Millions. Call at George Harrison's, 617 Broad'•y, and see the largest line of ham* looks in the city. Prices, from forty cents up. _ Harry Frank gives with each pur- base a tine silver lace pin during his pening today. TUCK NAME IS FRIST- Items of m Personal Character Con cernlnc Iiog*n»i:iort«rt» and Their FrleudH. In the city yesterda-y: Miss Sue Vore of Denver. Moses Rosenberg of Monterey. Phil Lyons, clothier, of Marion. Hon. W. D. Owen of Indianapolis. Henrj Kohn of Jackson, Mich., with Jacob Herz. Joseph MoKlnsey was at Kokomo yesterday. Will Duun was at Marlon yesterday on business. Will Fisher was at Montlcello yes. terday on business. Q A. Myers was at Wlnamao yesterday on business. The Rev. Hartman Is at Peru visiting the Rev. Meianer. S. T. McConnell was at Terre Haute yesterday on legal business. Curt Schwartz has pfoae to Kouts to take a position in a restaurant. John and Sadie Lennon returned yesterday to their home at Peru. The Rev. Hartman Is at Peru to at. tend the funeral of A. H. Hamilton. Charles B. Landis of "the Delphi Journal, was in the city laat evening. Mrs. H. Barnheiael and daughter are here from Chicago for a few days. Miss Belle Longwell has returned from a week's visit with friends at Peru. Mrs. Newton Richason and children of Peru are visiting Logansport relatives. The Rev. H. A. Porcival was at Butler, Ind., yesterday on Masonic business. Pavl Taber and family are at Fort Wayne to attend the funeral of A. H. Hamilton. Wm. MoCombs and family have gone from Royal Center to a new home at Pontiac, 111. Ted Miller has returned from Mansfield, Ohio, where he has beea a member of an orchestra. Abe Newport will return, soon from. Cincinnati to take charge of - Cornwell's photograph gallery. Miss Martha Campbell is here . from Carroll county visiting Miss Llllle Newei of the South Side. Miss Flora Burgman of the South Side, who has been visiting at Indian* apolls, has returned home. Miss Gertie Flush accompanied b; Miss Madge Maxwell left yesterday t visit her parents at Lincoln, Ind. Mr. and Mrs. Toler A. Kline of In dianapolis are here to attend tbe funeral of Mrs. Kline's father, Hugh Mehaffie. The Rev. A. Jones and wife hav started on a tour of the United States and will not return to the city fo several months. Henry F. Bergman and wife have returned from a tour through the east and are now at home as the corner o west Broadway and Barron streets. Mrs. W. H, Thomas has arrived from North Bend, Neb., for a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Coetenhorder of Pipe Creek.. C. G. Fowler and Robt H.. Gebhart, traveling In the interests -'of ' th'e > -Sweet Marie" chewing gum company of Cincinnati, were here last night. 'John M. Baker, manager for Indiana of the Central Union Telephone company, was in the city yesterday on business connected with the local telephone matters. ' " . \ . Mrs. Peter Leffert, accompanied by her grandson, Leroy Dunbaugh, has returned from a pleasant six weeks visit at Noblesvllle, the home of her 'daughter, Mrs. John Dunbaugb. George Manderback, • business manager for William Morris in ''The Lost Paradise" was here last night. He says his attraction will clear $7,000 on its Chicago engagement now in progress. Morris will be here for a return date May 17th. Harry Parker and J. E. Gibson, his nost, drove to Rochester night before last to look after business matter* in connection with the new Rochester courthouse. Mr. Parker is the agent lOrthe Malone Stone Co.,of Cleveland, Ohio. Extraordinary Suit Sale. $15 Suit for Men -- $7. $2O " " " -• $7. $10 Suit for Men Black a nd Blue Che voit • $10 Blue Suits for - - $5 $5 Also the celebrated Blackclay Worsted, never sold at less than $15; Sack and Cutaway at $7 50. These suits are a special lot (over 50 styles) all new, strictly pure wool, made in UNION SHOPS and by far the best value ever offered at any regular or Bankrupt Sale* The sale continues until the 20th so as to give all our friends an op- pcMtunity. Respectfully, OTTO KRf\US "OF COURSE." ADDITIONAL ITEMS. An AnnlrersaryltecepUoD. A reception will ¥3 given Col.Brlng- hurst the evening of Thursday, May 16th, from 7:30 to 10 o'clock. It is hoped that all soldiers' will call to pay their respects to Col. Bringhurit, and at the same time observe the thirty- second anniversary of the fighting of the battle of Champion's Hill,, one of the important Union victories of the late war. . Robert Glmmel, who was charged with throwing a boulder which struck Patrolman Schrier on the arm one night recently, wm severely reprf-^ manded by Mayor McKee and'was then allowed to go. it -being his first offence. The new shapes in ladles' ties at the Jee Hive. ' Turkey free to all at the "Old Homestead" this evening. The high school base ball" team, will go to Peru today to play ball. Willis Stout was Thursday night initiated in the order of Foresters. The city: electric light, have been placed in the new residence of Miller Uhl. Attend the opening today. See our nloo goods and get a souvenir—Harry Frank. The Uniform Rank K. of P. will hold a prize.driUtati,the drill hall on May 23d. Good men's suits $4 50; boys' spring suits$3.50;>ohildrens' suits 88 cents a Harry Frank's. Ol G.' MqCormlck, the carriage maker, is reported seriously sick at hi home on Weit Helm street. A picket'factory has been started a Adamsborov P. A. Fair and John Lanham are the projectors. Mies Babe Reneau was injured in fall yesterday morning, her. right shoulder .being dislocated. Chai. Stoll, sr., who has been taking treatment at Delphi for rheumatism is said to ba much better. . Mrs. J. D. Carter -and Mrs.. Clara Lenon were here from Camden Thurs day night, the guests of Mrs. W. S. Paden. '.,' , •"-' ;.' ''/.' Silk mitts today in abundance at the Trade Palace. Cotton mitts, fast black,.ID cents a pair; Come -with the-crowds.-... : The suit on bond of Wm.! Wagner vs. Constable Orr, is now in the hands of Judge Lairy, who has it under advisement..-. ; Four new designs In shirt waists: Tne balloon sleeve, the drooping sleeve, new styles of collars, new styles of cuffs at the Rae Hive. A little son of Mr. and Mrs. Nighman of Kenneth, was operated upon 'or"a growth on the eair Thursday. Dr. J. W. Ballard was the physician. Balbrlggan underwear for men 19 cents. Straw hala for all ages lower than others. Fancy blouse waists 25 cents worth 50 cents—Harry Frank. We can make you comfortable if •ou will let ue; we have cool summer underwear and ventilating straw hats. —Dewenter, the Hatter and FurnUher. . Miss Anna McCandless baa resigned ler position at the Western Union eiegraph station. Mr Middleton of ndlanapolis is temporarily employed here.. .Dr. Barnfield yesterday operated on he person of a nephew of .James Walter to remove a collection .of pus hat had formed between the lung and he ribs. - Easily to account for the Bee Hive's rowd*, they-generally quote prices .in he store. Yesterday we noticed a otof real f 3 shirt waists going at 75 cents. The same goes today. : ..' The Pharos attempted to' say. that he Vflre ladilies" had boupht .iew niform straw hats of Dewenter. the Hatter, bufcfot it mixed saying, "that Dewenter had presented tbe 'One ladles' with straw hats." Don't come in next week and expect to buy one of Otto's blue serge sulls for $5—today or never. You saw the crowd about tbe window last night; they were attracted by Otto's 19o ladies' ties. Three fishermen from Terre Haute it was yesterday reported, have been arrested at Like Maxinkuckee for the alleged obtaining of fish by illegal methods. The regular meeting of the Young Men's Christian Association will be addressed by Rev. H. A. Perclval. Subject: "Instances from the LUa of Absalom." All men are invited. There being so much lying running through the papers nowadays it's difficult to distinguish the genuine. As Otto puts plain figures on adver. tiled goods you can prove for yourself. Cast aside your heavy perspiration soaked suit and exchange It for one of Otto s all wool serge suits at $5. Yes, $5, that's what I said, and the description is correct, .too—strictly all wool. „ _ SUPERINTENDENTS OF SCHOOLS. Program For the Annual Meeting In Jnne. Indianapolis News: The program for tbe Indiana County Superintendents' Association meeting was completed today. Tbe meetings will be held June 19 and 20, in room 12, of the Capitol. S. J. Huston of Lawrenceburg, 1s president, and F. M. Searles of Marlon, If secretary. At the first session G. C. Tyrell of Ripley county, and Leila Parr will present papers. The latter will maintain that "music can be taught in all schools." In the afternoon of the first day G. W. Neet.of Spiceland Academy and Harriet Bardsley, critic in the Terre Haute training school, will lead n discussions. On the second day State Superintendent D M. Geetlng will deliver an address. EL. Hen- drlcks, of Johnson county, and George F. Bass of Indianapolis, are on the list for papers. Indiana Literary Clmtiti. Representatives of 106 clubs have notified the committee of arrangements at Huntington of a purpose to attend the convention of the Indiana Union of Literary Clubs, to be held in hat city on the 14tb, 15th and 16th cat. The attendance of 600 literary people is anticipated. Tbe local arrangements for the entertainment of he delegates are being made on an extensive scale. During the stay in he city special receptions will be given by the Ladies' Monday Club, he Gentlemen's Cosmopolitan club, he Sorosls and the Huntingtoa Matinee Musicale. MlChc H»T6 tfe«u Merlon*. Pulaakl County Democrat: "A young on of T. J. Kasten accld entaLly shot 'red Menke in the temple with a tar. get gun last Saturday night. Fortunately there was only powder nough to put the bullet under the skin, with a little more orce it would have found his brain. The gun was an old one that they 1.MUSKSEKTS. OPKIt*. HOUStt. s. B. PATTERSON, D TUESDAY, MAY The Talented Little Soubretta, MAY SMITH ROBBINS. Supported-by her own orgmilzatlon, la (fee Musical Protean Comedy, LITTLE TRIXIE, F ARIKD . OK AHT UKIOUH AKCIAI* UX Success Jn 1 The Knstern Cities. Summer Prlces-a, 33 andSOc. Sole Opens Monday Moral »x at JohnsUn's. D O1.ANS OI'K.KA HOUSE. S. B. PATTERSON, SUHA9KK. ONE NIGHT ONLY. Wednesday, May I5tfc A Glorious Time. Duncan Clark's FAMOUS FEMALE MINSTRELS 3O Haudsome Mai<te»*. A Bare Event. A llacy Time. For all the Hoys, Don't Mu* Tin Prices as Usual. were fixing up so it would sbooi—MC. they succeeded." The people mentioned in this -above are both well known here. Surprised the l»«i>erI»tenJrot. Wlllard Jones, superintendent d£ the county farm, was given a -birthday surprise by his friends Th>:r»deg, It being his 35tb birthday. Frlende were there from Bethlehem, HIMTJ.JC* and Clay townships, and a big cltaoor was the feature. About one huodrctf. were present. Party . On the occasion of his 26th birthday Wednesday. G. M. Webster of No. 630 Sycamore street was given * very pleasant surprise at his home by iH friends and relatives, who took dinuer with him. The Culprit Aided !• A Kokomo special to the Indlanap. oils News gays: Yesterday three officer* went to Greentown to arrettt Erastus Brannoa, wanted for horae- stealing in Oklahoma Territory. EC the effort tOciptureBrannon, however the officers were assailed by the father and brothers of the culprit, and in the riot Brannon escaped. A Ha»d«oi»e JVcw front. The new front in tbe store buildup of the enterprising clothier, Harrf Frank, put In with additional interior Improvements at an . outlay of tl-540, makes that establishment one of th* handsomest as well M one of the belt arranged buildings in the city. Car L,o*4«r OU A cir load of oil afire caused some excitement and considerable heat t*. the vicinity of the Pan Handle yarC bouse about 7 o'clock last night.
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