Fort Wayne Weekly Sentinel from Fort Wayne, Indiana on July 21, 1916 · Page 2
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Fort Wayne Weekly Sentinel from Fort Wayne, Indiana · Page 2

Fort Wayne, Indiana
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Friday, July 21, 1916
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"_' Friday, July 21,1014 FOftT WAYNE SENTINEL. f ·'H'«H MII II lit IH**IIIIIMlMMmM»mU ·***· ! NEWS OF FORT WAYNES NEIGHBORS H' -I 1' *»*·?»»*»*»·**· MILFORD HOMES ARE ENTERED BY ROBBERS They Were Frightened From One Res- , . _ Valence and Then Entered Another. Milford, Ind., July 21.--Within a few minutes after being driven away from the home of Mrs. Catherine Bartholomew, two men entered the residence of Milton Groves, where they secured $10 In money. After entering" the Barthol- · omew home they were heard by a daughter of Mrs. Bartholomew, who frightened them away before any valuables were taken. They walked about one-half block down the street and entered the Groves home and after searching a clothes closet they secured $10, which had been placed in some old clothing. Members of the Groves "family heard them prowling about the house and summoned the night policeman. When I*-' he arrived on the scene the men dashed from the house and ran north along the interurban track. BOY INSTANTLY KILLED. Clyde Rice Meets Death When Gun is Accidentally Discharged. Monroe, Ind., July 21.--Cl^de Rice, 16, sort of George Rice, a farmer residing a mile east and a mile and a half north of here, wae killed yesterday when climbing a fence with a loaded shotgun. The gun was carried on an arm, partially paralyzed. It fell and a load of shot entered the boy's head. A younger brother was with him when the accident occurred. Dr. Rayl, of this pace, was called, but found that the boy had mot death instantly. The instrument that furnishes the sweetest music. The tone is the richest ever heard. Awarded Gold Medal and Per Cent, on Tone Quality at the Panama Exposition. Come in, Hear It and Be Convinced, Before You Buy., Prices $45 to $225 825 Calhoufl 2nd Floor 1 r Srafonoia Mao 208 W. Berry Street. Always Bear in Mind That 26 Is the Number You Want to Call for a Taxi. We give prompt and efficient service at a , very reasonable price. You wifl be surprised and delighted with the comfort of our up-to-date cars and you · will be sure to appreciate the fact that we employ 'only careful, courteous, experienced .chauffeur*. Remember -- Phone For a Taxi. Fort Wayne Transfer Co. BIRD MANSION. Columbia City, Ind., July 21.--The lovers of birds and those that fancy the martins can enjoy quite a pleasant time any evening should they be invited to the home of Frank Vanderford, on South Elm street. The well known citizen has been paying special attention to the j named bird for the past two years, and j has built a special house where they have congregated and increased in num bers. He built a house fourteen inches square, two stories high with an attic that has ten rooms seven inches square, each accommodating the male and female and two youngsters, the latter now being old enough to leave the home. The first year therewas a scarcity of birds, but. this year the home is crowded to the utmost, and Wednesday evening 82 mar tins that could not gain admission to the home were perched upon the electric light wires near the home until the sun went down and they left for some roost ing place. SUE TO RECOVER LOSSES. Bluff ton, Ind,, July 21.--Two suits have been filed in the Wells circuit court by George Shepherd and Robert Sparks, formerly in the hardware business at Ossian, against the Aetna Insurance company and the German-American Insurance company, to recover $1,000 from each company alleged to be due on two (ire insurance policies. The plaintiff sustained a fire loss in the Ossian store last February, and, it is alleged, the defendants have failed to make full settlement. HUSBAND ATTACKS WIFE. - Kendallville, Irtd.. July 21.--Mrs'Will Wagner is lying at her home on Barnaul street suffering with a bruise on her chest, a badly strained back and is in a semi-lucid and delirious condition. the result of blows she received from her husband. Her husband was arrested on a charge of" assault and battery follow- in!;'the altercation and yesterday appeared in the city court,'-drawing'a fine of $1. and. costs-and a ninety day Jail, sentence, .which, has been suspended pending his good behavior. . . ( WOMAN FOUND .UNCONSCIOUS.- : Portland, Ind., "July 21.--llrsl'Eosa ! Franks, wife of , Elish'a Franks, was I found in an. unconscious condition early .Thursday lying in the "ditch alongside the road near the Wiley McLaughlin home on "the West Water street road, probably eight squares from her. residence on -West Race . street. She had left home about three o'clock in the. morning and effprts of her husband and neighbors to locate her had been of no avail. . . DEFIANCE BOY PROMOTED. ALL WOOL SUITS Exceptionally Better Without Exception Sherman's suits are far better than the"ordinary $15 to $18 suits you will find in the regular clothing stores, any place or anywhere--our values are far superior in fabric, tailoring and style. We buy only guaranteed all-wool woolens, combined with the very best of trimmings put together by the most skillful tailors. We guarantee to you, if for any reason after purchasing a Sherman suit you feel you have hot bought a $15 to $18 value, we will refund your money. \ «· N ^ We Guarantee You Our assortment of suits is large and complete, representing everything that is new in fabrics and style*. We specially feature a full line of those light weight, cool summer suits in crashes, silk tcx effects and tropical worsteds. You will find many of the yoke silk lined suits to choose from, together with serges, worsteds and cassimcres, in sizes to fit any man. Your investigation is necessary in order for you to appreciate our great value-giving. There is a bargain in a.suit here for you every day of the year. Our prices never change. Our values always remain the same, backed by our ironclad guarantee .of satisfaction or your money back. Come to Sherman's before you buy. Consider the dollar you are spending for your clothing seriously before you invest it. If von do.' vour next suit will have u Sherman label. -^ 9Z2. Calhoun Street, Opposite People's Trust. ; A .~**"4\*w«.i W. Loach, Fred Thomas and C. 15. Caldwell.'-- Representatives'were .present from the following ejichanges:.. Ayilla, Alj bion, -Topekay .Shipskewana;, ;Howe; La : grange,, WolcottyUle, Kendaliyille and Defiance. 0., Ju.'.y a 1.--Word was re: c.eived in the city-this maming' that I). A. Helpuian, son" of Mr. and Mrs. P. K. Helpman, was elected vice-president of the aN T tional meeting at the bi-annual national meeting of this order, at Mackinac Island yesterday. .He ,\va.- formerly national superintendent of Un- order and this promotion will be gooti news to his many..friends in the ;it\He expects to visit, his parents here in the near future. ' , HAS .-NARROW ESCAPE. Warsaw, Ind., July 21.--While' sw\m ming on _ the beach on the southwest corner of Center lake, Marian McClel- Jand, daughter of George E. McClelland, of North Union street, ventured too far from shore and gave her companion? u scare.' She is an'unskilled swimmer and became frightened when She found she was in water over her head. 'Reuben Schroeder and Warren Chisholni answered her calls for -assistance 'and -succeeded in helping'her to short.-- · SILO IS STRUCK. Montpelier, hid:, -July 21.--The larg- silo at the Ray Nusbaunior 'place on West- Huntington street was 'sthicl! .by lightning during ^the electrical 'storm. The bolt struck pretty well towards the ground. Three-fairly large, holes w*rc made in the structure by the bolt.-. Tile large barn was badly damaged during the cyclone in March, but at that fjmt. the silo was not.'damaged. .-. . - ' " . ' : HURT AT LOGANSPQftT. - " · ' Hartford City, ind;./JnIy' : 2.1;.--M.'A.- Cornell, well known' i n ' , t h i s - c i t y , .was painfully 'injured','at' Logahsport..Wed- nesday; morning (, when-he'attempted to assist an agcid woman" through a crowd of street car'strikcrs'.' "Cornell"'suffered' a 'broken..jaw .bone,' together -with' other injuries w h e n ' h e . encountered the striU : ers; The - striker.'- who · hit 'Cornell. ; was shot through/the .lungs a moment'later, but it is expected-that he will recover. Cornell-is'.a'.hrakeman.on -the -local division of-the Pennsylvania railroads ' ,'.' GYPSIES IN. 3 AD. .; ; ". Bluffton, .-tnd..;.' July ' 21 .---Affidavits have .been filed in .the" court of 'Scjujre .T.' K. 'Rin'ehaVt-bV' j'r.'and -Mrs. .Joseph' Brown, -if"Kingsland, against two for- hme-'tellirig'·' gyji'sy 'women, ·' charging them with the"tneft"of"$?iii'money. " MEETING ; AT-ROME CITY. ' LIGHTNING HITS BARN. Columbia City, Ind.. July 21.--Lightning- struck the' old bank barn standing iir a' field south-of the Nicholas Depoy home in" Union-township' yesterday aft-, ernoon, burning'it to the ground. The loss, including several toiis of hay which Jlr! Depo'y had recently harvested, several farm' implements and harness will reach-.S3;000,-with insurance to cover practically-all of 'the loss. · " . B A L L - C L U B IS PURCHASED. Delp.hos. 0.,.July 21.--The. Delphos Athletic club is the name of a company the organization of which was perfected at a meeting held in the Fleur-de-lis club rooms. The new club'has purchased and taken over the active management, of the Eagles baseball club of this city and in the future this .club, through' its appointed .officers, will have complete : charge of all activities of. Delphos; representative baseball' organization. . YOUNG LAD BADLY INJURED. Hartford City, Ind., J u l y - 2 1 -- K e n - neth Waters, tlie founycar-old son pf Mr. and Mrs. Cliarles Waters, "living two and one-half miles west of the city, was-badly injured this morning when he feli from the buggy, while returning home from this city with' his mothui. The wheel of the, buggy ran over the cild's face, badly cutting arid bruising him. · · . - - . WILL TRY : FOR COMMISSION. Huntington,' 'Ind., July '21;--Robert Patterson,' of Huntington, who enlisted in the-, regular, army as a private a, fe.w years ago, has been ordered to Washington, t. C., for examination for his qualifications to become a second lieutenant. He is given this'opportunity on'.the recommendatipn of Colonel Kd- ward, acting governor of the Panama cajial zone. CHILD WELFARE EXHIBIT. Plymouth, Ind., July 21.--The ladies of : the Saturday club, with the aid of the. HpnV Economics, olub. are preparing 'a child ;\velfare exhibit, to be held Rome' City, Ind';, Jiily 21.--Thirty-five 1 managers' and 'opftt'; of : the Central Union 'telephone /company; held a_' meet-' in£f here 'yesterday and enjoyM" a ; day'3 outinir. : :Slwrt;it'alkB jwerc made'.by "Z." Now is the Time to Get Rid of These ·' ·' · ; Ugly Spots. ··- · There's no' longer the 'slightest · need of feeliijg ashamed 'of your freckles;; as the 'prescription. othirie--double strengtii -^is -guaraiite'ed to remqve these homely spots. ( .. ." .." . . ' .Silnp'ly get-an'O^nce; of othine--dou- ble strength--from any 'druggist and ap- pjy.a little 6i. it night'an'd-jnornjng and you sh'buiS'Sbon see. that even tho worst freckles have, begun to disappear, whila the '"lighter : ones.,haye vanished- entirely. It is.'sejdom 'that ra'pre than an qtince is .needed to cp'mjjletely. (dear the .skin and gai.n(' beaijitiful,"clear complexion. Be sure to ask for.the.dp'iible sltrenfitii othjhJ 'as; ihis. ! is ^old. \in'der guarantee, of ·Money''back ,if, it fails; io remove freckles; ' · ' - t ' ' r ' · · ' - ; "' **.H'***««^*'3^#*#^**^^#*#^ SING SING PAGEANT WELCOMES OSBORNE'S RETURN. | 5**44»i^*i^»?****S**^?*****^ ·'' ' . - ' . ' ' · · ' ' ' · · . ' · ' ' · · . ta ~TSB» iT\ ^ I . Fifteen nu.ndrcd Sing Sing convicts staged a pageant, to honor iha returned warden, Thos. Mott Osborne, vindicated of the charges under which he resigned. This section of thq'parade shows the old striped dress, and lockstep in vo-nte before Osbornc. staged his reforms. At the head of the marchers is born a sign reading The Old bys- step tern. 1 in Plymouth on the week, August 10 and 1.1. It will riot be a stale,.dry_ affair, but many interesting and unique and some surprise features are planned. EPWORTH LEAGUE .MEETING. Warsaw, Ind., July .21.--A large number of young people of this city are attending the Eplvorth league institute at Oakwood park,.l r ake Wawasee. Delegates are .in attendance from, all parts of tlie state. The conference, opened on Monday and.will continue until Sunday evening. - . KREUTZMAN BARN BURNS. Decatur; - Ind : , July 21.--A large log barn on the Krcut/.man homestead, a half mile north of Magley, the farm* being owned by August Kreutzman, wsu- struck by lightning..' yesterday afternoon and burned to the ground, together with content?. 'The contents included fifty tons of hay. haying tools and two calves. The loss is estimated at $2,500, with some insurance. SPRY AT 'NINETY-THREE. Chimibu'pcni, 'Ind.; July -21.-- Abe Krider. of North' Manchester, formerly a resident of this city, was a visitor here this week. Although' ninety-three years old Undo Abe is exceptionally .sfiry for a man of his Advanced years;, 'He walks and talks with much the same old vigor. CLOSES LEASE FOR BUILDING. ' : ; .Auburn, Tnd,, July 21.-- William K , ler, jr.. has leased the .'AsTjelihan, building on North .Main street. He will open a garage and service station. BUYS TEN; ACRE TRACT; Fremont,,- Ind,, -'July .- 2 1-- John Mun- day has purchased the ten-acre tract of land on the "Angling road from Charles and Karl Hall, He has commenced breaking ground for the foundation of a new home, which he ; will build at once. He has sold -WHITLEY COUNTY MAN DEAD. An order for two tons' of a Chicago poultry food wa s placed by a Bermuda dealer after an interview with Consul Carl R. Loop nt Hamilton. Columbia City, Ind;, July 21.--Conrad | Fiichabaucr is dead at his home in .; Washington township, after an illness' of several months with cancer of the j stomach and gangrene of tlie foot. He j was born April 20, .1.845. DEATH AT URWILL.. Larwill, Tnd..',-July . 21.~i-Mrs.. Anna Perrin, wife of Hiram Pcrrin. died at-' her homo, here yesterday. She had been ill for several months with cancer of the stomach.- She was 57 years'old. Most people are surprised .to find or inquiring the^ distance to Harrison HiH that tins addition, located ou CaJho'tin fj*«-o**' s'-~-· ·'·· ,v* v «,i, /·( TV --i:'"M nvpniii- can be reached more quickly.than many of the" other resident districts of UK south side. The .actual distance travel*" 1 from the court house to Harrison Hii" is .less than the distance from, the courl house to t h e . best part of Wildwood a venue,-and'this is. one of · the reason'' which accounts for the exceedingly [rapid development of "this addition.. Full details regardii)?. Harrison Hill. maV be secured-from Hilgcmann Sch.aaf, North ' ' FINAL TO-DAY Startling-^-Impressive-- --Uiwsual--Woith Wliile Country and the Woman" Eight Acts. A magnificent and pretentious story of the far north.. Scenes of rugged grandeur; an unusual plot;, fast action; · sensational scenes; powerful cast, A Photoplay that will repay you for coming to see"it.' .. Coming To-morroiy Pathe's Great Serial "In The Grip of Evil" A worthy successor to ' "TheIron Claw" : ' Argentina imported 1,000. thrashing' machines during the year ending'March 31,. 1916, a record; importation. ·. TKe '. 1015 statistics, showed -a. total importa- 1- tioh of' 627-'thrashers, which 'was. 546 more than in 1914. ' , · · · " r The industrial accidents of New-York state are more, than 600 a day. We Do As m Advertise At least a, score of local young and women have eliminated their for; er . extravagant habits by detenriiuVj ing that a certain sum from their earn*! ings of each week was to be set. asidaj and invested in Baby Bonds, Aftef. they secured their first one they found, a riew pleasure in the accumulation oil these securities and today they are find! ing no difficulty in saving what seentw to be an impossible amount before than Baby Bond habit got them. I Baby Bonds come in $10 denomina* tioiiSj.'are secured by first mortgages oi, local real estate, and bear six per cent ( interest. .There are also some $500; bonds with the -same security and tha' same rate of interest. For further'de-j tails see the Wildwood Sales Company^ Shoaff building. EXCURSIONS Every Sunday ! Ray, 75oj Fremoftt, 76c; Angola, 75o Pleasant Lake, 75c; Auburn; 45c,' Correspondingly..low interme- ' diate stations.' '·' ' ·' ; Trains leave Ft. .Wayne-'at 5:00 a:-in., and 7:30 a. m'. . '.' . , ' .'.: ' New York Central R.ft Fort Way'ne CHIROPRACTOES N. C. Ross.: ' Elizabeth Rdsii. ..227 $f. Jefferson _ St. Hours: 2-6 p. ai.;' 7-8 p; m. ' ' ' Nji-wsMjK«flRCiilVE»tom-»-

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