Fort Wayne Weekly Sentinel from Fort Wayne, Indiana on July 21, 1916 · Page 5
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Fort Wayne Weekly Sentinel from Fort Wayne, Indiana · Page 5

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WAYNE SENTINEL, Friday, July 21, LITTLE GIKLS, MODERN SIAMESE TWINS, ENJOYING TOUR OP THE WORLD. Ill IIH Illl II III! Mil ill 11 III Left to light: Brighton, England. San Francisco, Cal., July 21.--Daisy and Violet Hilton, little English girls known as the modern Siamese twins because they are linked together by a- cartilaginous connection, are enjoying the pleasures of western American cities. The girls arrived here' the' other day from Australia and are on a .tour of the Daisy and Violet Hilton, modern Siamese twins, from world. They left their home in Brighton, England, four years ago. The youngsters are eight years old and possess surprising ability, being thorough musicians in addition to other intellectual attainments. During their travels they have been received by the rulers of every country they visited. CLARK. NAMES COMMITTEE. Washington", July 21,--Speaker Clark iixlay appointed Representatives Adami :n, of Georgia; Hines, of Tennessee; 1 sch, of Washington; Cullop, of Indi- t; na, nnd Hamilton,' of Michigan, a« the i -nso members of the. joint cpngres- ·iVmal committee which is to make a ···'neral investigation- of railroad · prob- CONTESTS DISMISSED. Washington, July 21.--Election contests against Representatives Whaley, of South Carolina, and William E. Williams, of Illinois, were dismissed today by the house and the two members declared legally elected. Austrian police must Be able to swim and know how to manage a rowboat. The Bargains That Are Bringing Buyers To The Greatest Summer Clearance Sale W HELD R Here's a brand new week-end brrgain on Sailor Hats that will make the cents in your purse dizzy with delight Choice of Any Sailor Hat Regular values on these high class hats were up to $4. A few $2 hats, more $3 and $3.50 and many $4 hats, now at the ridiculous Assortment price of 98c. Buy now, where the buying is best; qualities unsur- large; buy this passed. week. Lot Sennit Sailors Men's and Boys' 50c qualities in Sennit Straw Sailor Hats, we are closing out at 15c. We are determined to not carry over one Straw Hat. Buy for the present; buy for the future; cash prices can never be beaten. All Sizes Now. Still a large showing of Summer Clothing at our g^eat bargain prices. PalmBeach and Kool Kloth Suits as cheap as $4.80, $6.00, $6.40, $7.95 and $12.75-Finest wool anTl worsted suits at $8.75 to $18.75. Regular values up to Children's Wash Suits, 20 to 33 per cent. off. " Children's Fancy Woolen Suits 20 per cent. off. Bathing Suits, 20 per cent. off. Shirts, 10 to 20 per cent. off. High Grade Athletic Union Suits, 45c. Best $1 quality Athletic Union Suits, 75c All other underwear, 10 to 20 per cent, off. Garters, 2 pairs for 25c Panama, Bangkok, Leghorn and Madagascar Hats, choice 25 per cent. off. All Felt, Soft and Stiff Hats and All Silk Hats, 20 per cent. off. Wash Ties 2for25c Sweaters and.Blazers, 10 to 50 per cent, off. Sport Hats for Men and Women, and most everything else liberally discounted. Collection of Red Whiskers the Sole Clew to Chicago Mystery. Chicago, 111., July 20.--A collection of stiff, red whiskers is the only clew to Windsor park's baffling burglar mystery. Mrs. Martin Lynch locked all the doors and windows when she left her home the other afternoon and went down to the beach. When she got back three hours later the house was in disorder. There were marks of a jimmy on one of the back windows. Mrs. Lynch rushed to her bedroom and opened her jewel case. Nothing missing. She rushed to the dining room and jerked out the drawers of the silver chest. Nothing- missing. She rushed to the kitchen, she rushed to the library, she rushed to the bathroom and-The floor was strewn with towels. The wash bowl was dirty. The walls were splashed. Mr. Martin's shaving kit was out. And on his shaving stand were the shorn remnants of a stiff, red beard. | The burglar took nothing but a | shave. South Chicago detectives would . thank some one for an explanation. So would Mr. Lynch. The adjective derived from Monaco, famous principality that contains Monte Carlo, is not Monacan, as one might think, but Monagesque. Bullet-Proof Hotel Rooms the Latest NACO . r. te. AMAM*. rm NACO. Now come bullet-proof bedrooms! Seriously, a Naco (Arizona) hotelkeeper is advertising bullet-proof bo t .- doirs for timid tourists on the border. With red ink on the hotel stationery he shouts to the world the comforting message that his guests' anatomies are safe from perforation while they slumber at this hotel. It is a safety first idea all right, and the progressive proprietor believes his preparedness will save him many dol- lars which ordinarily would be paid out in damage suits to guests injured Toy bullets from bandits' guns. WITH DUM-DUM BULLETS. Anderson Police Frustrate Robbery of Two Stores by Arrest. Anderson, Ind., July 21.--The police frustrated the robbery of two local stores when they arrested Howard Hartzell, who was found to have in his possession a flashlight, automobile key, pair of knucks and a 32-c:iliber revolver loaded with dum-duin bullets. The police claim that Hartx.ell has confessed that he an danother boy planned to rob two local stores, steal an automobile and make a get-away. Quickly adjusted molds for concrete steps have been patented by a Missouri inventor. KILLS FOUR, THEN HIMSELF. Newark, N. J., July 21.--Four passersby in the street opposite his locksmit.li shop were shot and seriously wounded here last night by Salvatore Castronova, 54, an inventor, who had gone suddenly insane, before he set fire to his clothing and burned to death. Armed with four revolvers and a double-barreled shotgun, Castronova shot into the street until policemen began firing at him through the windows on the second finer of the b.iilding in which he lived. REFUSES TO INDICT, Red Oak, Iowa, July 21.--The special grand jury called to investigate the alleged connection of Wiliam Mansfield with the Villisca axe murders, finished its work today and refused to indict Mansfield. July 21,1916 We, the undersigned. Merchants of Fort Wayne, Indiana, agree to close our stores at Six O'clock p. m., on the following Saturday evenings, July 22nd, 29th, August 5th, 12th 19th and 26th. Wolf Dessauer. G. W. Gates Co., per R. H. Brothers. Frank Dry Goods Co. Guthman's, ± ,Wm. Hahn Co. The Seelberg Store. Tepper Bros., per James Tepper. Myers Dry Goods Co., by W. H. Myers, Grand Leader. The Paris. P. N. Foster Furniture Co. Reed Shoe Co., per E. M. Fuldheuerr Mathias App's Sons. IWalk-Over Boot Shop, per Al. Stentz. Lehman Shoe Co., L. A. Heilbrcmer. E. P. Of enloch Shoe Co. Wf Simon Sample Shoe Shop. G. R. Kinney Co., Shoe Store. S.B. Thing., Fox Brothers Co, Pape Furniture Co. Mergentheim's, by Wm. Fox. M. F. Kaag Sons. A. I. Leather Shop, Lillith A. Gaskill. Frances Malloy. G. A. Dehm. Rodenbeck's New York Hair Bazaar, / Packard Music House. H. H. Rogers Co. Anderson Tea Coffee Co. Inez ^iefer. Carter Hat Shop. Chas. Meigs. Central Furniture Co. '^^l^:i^ Sfe

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