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THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES.
TVKnXESnAY, JTTA' 2, 1913 IDE B! Ml. ms Claim That Broughton Bran denberg, Connected With Alleged Attempt at Bribery, Was Never Their Employe. FAN rUANCISVO. Cal.. July 2. T.rrmhton Hrandenbers nvr was In tho ri.ploy of tho National Asso ciation of Manufacturers," thl.s was th- reply Tuesday of John Kirov, Jr., former jr-sirini ,Z the association, when h- was yhown dispatches from Washington reporting tho charges made there by Samuel Go:nprs, pres ident of the American lderation of labor. Mr. Kirby, David M. Tarry, also a former president of the .association, and J. P. Mini of lMainlield, N. J., Keneral manager of the association, left Tue.vday niirht for Washington. The party ave out a signed state ment that the Mulhall affair had been engineered in an attempt to destroy the association. The statement fol lows: "From the press dispatches shown us Tuesday the purpose of the .so called Mulhall story is made plain. Not satislied with securing" from the democratic convention held in Bal timore absolute pledges to exempt organized labor from the operation of the law of this land, they now attempt by falsehood and misrepresentation to discredit and destroy the National Association of Manufacturers the one organization that from its incep tion has operated under the slogan of 'equal opportunity for all under the law.' That we have fought stead ily the greatest criminal trust this world ha.s ever known, we do not deny; that we have illegally attacked or in any way disrepresented this damnable trust, we do emphatically deny. Late News From the Surrounding Towns m:v cahlisli;. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Stephens went to Chicago Sunday evening to meet the former's mother, Mrs. Anna Stephens, who was returning from a three weeks' visit at Rowling Green, Mo. Mrs. Z. F. Tappan of De Funiah Springs, Fla., and Mrs. Frank Tap pan were guests. Friday, of Mrs. Mar tin Solner of Laporte. Mr. and Mrs. Ren Williams of San Rernadino. Cal.. visited tho former's aunt, Mrs. K. R. Maudlin, returning to South Rend Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Williams lived here former ly. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Woolman of Three Oiks, Mich., spent Sunday with Mrs. JennKi Woolman. Mrs. George W. Doughty suffered a fracture of her ankle Friday even ing while attending a social gathering of the Charity circle at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rleasdale. Murillo Mill has returned from Vandalia. Mich., where he visited his bister, Mrs. Grace Dodge. Mrs. Kd Milhouse was a recent guest of her sister, Mrs. W. W. Mell. J. D. Taylor left Friday for Gettys burg. Pa., to attend the celebration of the 50th anniversary of the famous battle of Gettysburg. Mrs. Z. J. Tappan was called to Galien. Mich.. Saturday bv the death of her brother, Hosea Gridiey. Fu neral services were held at the resi dence Monday at 10 o'clock and bu rial was in the Foster cemetery, north jf Rolling Prairie. Rleanor Taylor of Chicago is visit ing relatives here. Mrs. F. N. Miller has returned from Chicago where she visited her mother, Mrs. Iiura Dickey. Kdward G. Green of Chicago spent the week end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Green. Herbert Sweeney and family of Ruchanan. Mich., spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Fd Wykoff. Miss Fwlyn Sweeney of Ruchanan was a guest last week of her grand mother, Mrs. Maria Couchman. Charles Druliner of South Rend was u guest Sunday of his father, G. W. Druliner. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Compton were guests over the week end of their daughter, Mrs. R. F. Vogler of Ches terton. Mr. and Mrs. A. Collins of Klk hart, spent Sunday with the former's parents. Rev. and Mrs. M. G. Collins. Mrs. Martha Maudlin and child of Chicago are guests of the former's parents. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Maudlin. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Coleman, Mr. and Mrs. K M. Rrueh and daugh ter. Anna Riura. Mrs. C. D. White. Mr. anil Mrs. W. W. France, Mrs. Caroline France, Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Niokerson and Mrs. Maud Jackson, from here, attended the France fam ily reunion held Saturday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. R. France of t South Rend- Mrs. Anna Whitehead, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Reiee and child of Roiling Prairie and Mr. and Mrs. Al Niek'-rson of Chhago were also present. The next annual reunion of the family will be hold at C. G. Fol fom's at South Rend. Mrs. W. M.'l and grandson, Jo seph Mell and Mrs. Fd Williams, were entertained at the home of Mr. and Mrs. JaiiH-H Rice Friday. Mr. and Mrs. George Cutler and pon, Ferris attended the marriage of the former s nephew at I-aporte, Sat urday. Raptismal .rvie were conducted nt the M. F. church by Rev. F. C. Facer, Sunday evening. Mr. ami Mrs. Frank tainod at a 12 o'clock tMf enter dinner Sun son Walter day in honor of their who received his firs; Covers were laid for "0, communion, several he lm: present from Mishawaka. Kiv r Park. t'ons tlcns. .ir.d South Rend. The ilecor.i-carr.a- were pink and white rLiKi;vrow.. rirm .-Vhafer an.i Miss Kuth Linderrr. an spent last Sunday at Wi nona. Miss Tranche RoMson of Chicago Is i-itinr lur parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Koliison. Mr. and Mrs. I. V. CJoheen called nn Mr. and Mrs. iscar Morrow on Funday. Farmers are huy making hay. Mr. and Mrs. Herman .chiilipger visited with William Weder in uth Dend Sunday. Many pe.-jde are joining the va rious churches throughout the coun try Daniel Marks is still a very tick man with a complication of dls eases. II. F. Mornlngstar lost a valuable horse on last Friday. Frank I'echer sold two fast horses last week to some parties in Wyatt. f vai.ki:kton. Mrs. Walter Rhodes Is visiting rel atives in Walton, Ind. Delfert Rroadford. who was taken to a Iaporte hospital last Saturday, died early Sunday morning. The body wa.s sent here for burial Tuesday. Kdward Trost. who is employed by the IS. t . at Alida, spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Trost. H. Oahn was in South Rend Mon day on business. Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Tripe of outh Rend visited relatives here Sunday. N. K. Bailey, who is employed by the R. & O. at South Chicago, spent Sunday with his family here. The Presbyterian Sunday school observed Children's day htst Sunday. A line program was given to a crowded church. Dora Frisk is visiting relatives in Chicago this week. Mr. and Mrs. F. Ryder spent Sun day at their cottage at Koontz lake. I Q. Nichols and W. F. I-aTeber were in Tyner Monday. n The IlKAIi i:STATi: TRANSFERS. Thomas J. O'Neil and wifo to Gay lord II. Case, a tract of land in Clay twp., 51. Clyde Thomas and wife to same, part of lot 1 Mill St.. Mishawaka, $o000. Kdward S. Swanson, sheriff, to same, lot 3 8 Rederer and Ingl(-y's subdivision O. R. Cottrell's addition, "willlam Forney Hovis and wife to George A. Crane, lots 28 and 20 Olive heights addition and lot 60 llrst plat Riverdale, $1. George A. Crane to William F. Hovis and wife, same as next above, $1. M Don't publish, SI. publish, $1. K. Miller and wife to Mel Foster and Matilda Follin, Don't Mary vin M. lot 7 Rupel's sixth addition to Walk- erton. $1,400-. Alfred Ka.se r to Moses Kaser, a tract of land in Union twp., $1. Klmer Ulbricht and wife to same, a tract of land in Penn twp., $1. Moses , Kaser and wife to Mary Ralslev. a tract of land in Penn twp.. $.1,300. Frank P. Herrold and wife to Cy rus C. Shafer lot 8 4 Kaley's sub division. $1,000. Kdwin II. Fredrickson and wife to Alice Fisher, lot 371) original plat South Rend. $2. Alice Fisher to Kdwin II. Fred erickson, same a next above, $2. Olive Tarbell Rirdsell to Mary L. Hine part of lot 15 first plat. $8,730. Charles A. Davey and wife to Cad illac Motor Sales Co.. Inc., lot 2 8 Hammond and Whitcomb's addition. $2,000. Joseph K. Kaloy and wife to C. G. Folsom Mfg. Co., a tract of land in Portage twp.. $9,2 SO. Wladisylawa Rewinski and husband to Sylvester Klusczynski, lot 17 Kno block's subdivision b o lot SI, $150. Don't publish. $150. Total for June. 1913, $243,192.07. Total for June. 1912. $274,241.92. HOLD STATE SENATOR GUILTY OF BRIBERY Ren. A. Smith of West Virginia Funnel (iullty of Accepting Money Tor His Vote. WERSTKH SPRINGS. V. Va.. July 2. State Sen. Hen A. Smith was con victed of bribery in connection with accepting $2,200 to vote for Col. "William Seymour Edwards, as a candi date for the United States senate. After a prolonged trial the case went to the jury shortly after 4 o'clock Tuesday afternoon. The verdict of guilty was returned at 9:3C o'clock Tuesday nipht. Sen. Smith is the first member of the W. Virginia legislature ever to be convicted of such a charge. tiiki:i: di:atiis. PHILADELPHIA, July 1. Three deaths and numerous prostrations were caused hy the excessive heat Tuesday. The hiphest temperature was 91 at .1:4 3 Tuesday afternoon. The humidity ranped from 84 per cent at S a. m. to 7 3 at S p. m. STOMACH (5? lit Mayr's Wonderful i t )m2ch Remedy Is Recommended and Praised By Thousands V t o Have Eeen Restcred ' I was m dek nv.n f.r alout tlne mouths caused from I ;i 1 1 StoiM-s of the Liver mid was told by three of our rnot proiniuent idiysl-Mnns that I would Live to submit to an operation to j:et ri'lief, J.ut tieard of your Wonderful Stoni aeh IU-niedy and se eured a full tn-atment and took it n--ordhi: to dire t ions and pass- il hundreds of (i.tll Ston-. Slnef tnklnc yoi:r medicine I .work regularly and lon't tei miy ill 'ffe-t. I am prallnc your Kermily to all my fr'.ends. I think It's worthy of tne hijh-vf pral-e. H. .. DOdl.KV. Koanokr. Va." Suf!Ters of M.uiucli. I.lver mid Intes tinal Al!:r.onts are not asketl t- ttike layr's Wnnderf ul stoma h lU'iv.etly for w.i'ks and mouths beforo they ft -el lom tited. .lust try t;it d"e whh li should make you feel bolter in hoalth. eonvluv you that you will soon 1 1 well and stronc. free you from pain and sufTt-rlii and izlxv you a sound and healthy Stomaoh. as It "has done in thousands of othvr ease. Wlierever It is taken you will hear nothing hut the tdjrhest jral-e. ii to your tlruplst ask him about the re.it results 1t has been ac eotnjiiisldnv: In eaes of p'.ople he kns or send to lira. H. Mayr Mfp. I'heniist. l.M-.",t; Whitiin; St.. (Mdc-co, H.. for a fre !k on St mae!i Ailtmnts and many grateful letters from inople who have been Testortrl. 0 COPAB4 i 4th -Z. jt n Women's 75c Hose. $2.50 Human Hair Switches. Pure Silk. deep garter top IM inches long; full and wavy, in all shades . . . 98c hich spliced heel You 1 The rand Leader Wednesday and These Wednesday and Thursday money you save by shopping here STORE OPENS THURSDAY FAMOUS DOMESTIC DEPT. li)- WIIITI-: DIMITY 10 Hi'. 27 inches wide, white dimity pretty fipured and cross bar designs; sheer white grade, Fourth of 1 fl-L July Special lUC 10c DRESS GINGHAMS, 6c. Choice aggregation of newest designs, stripes .checks and plaided patterns; ex cellent standard quality, S Fourth of July Sale QQ 25c TURKISH TOWELS I5l2C Large size Turkish Towels; pure bleached quality, known for its absorb ent grade. Double thread. 1 Fourth of July Sale lw jC 19c DRESS FOULARD, gc. Mercerized Dress Foulard 27 inches wide; attractive designings; all QJ colors; Fourth of July Sale" - C L I 19c Pillow Cases 11V2C l."ix:UI Hemstitched IMUow Cases, of fine woven grade muslin, ready for immediate use. Sale price Ihc $1.50 Couch Covers 98c. Heavy Full Size Couch Cov ers, in beautiful oriental stripes and colorings, fringed or hem med. Regular $1.50 aq values yOC 89c Bed Sheets, 63c. Large Sizes 81x90; all seam less Red (Sheets, close'ly woven; full bleached; free from dress ing, ready for use. 4th July Special .... 63c 75c Alarm Clocks, 59c. American Alarm Clocks; ac curate time keepers; stem wind, hierhly nickel wfl finish; our price $1.50 Bed Spreads, 98c. Iarge size Red Spreads; a lovely range of patterns; fringed cut corners; will wash heavier. Sale Q Pric 70C 59c Children's Dresses, 39c. For little girls, agrs 2 to 6; made of good quality gingham, percales and linene; nicely trimmed styles. 4th July Sale OjC 50c Silk Gloves, 37c. Women's Short Silk Gloves; two strong clasps; black and white; two day special . . . $1.50 Wash Skirts 74c. Women's and Misses' Wash Skirts, made of English Repp in white and tan; pearl buttons ''2.00 Die cut full. Special 35c All SI. and pocket trimmed; 7 A July Spe Special HC $1 House Dresses, 69c Women's House Presses, In fast color glnghaxns, nat grey and white nurse's stripe and pretty percales; two pretty summer models; C 51.00 value OC 1 azuThe Store That CW .ss'SteSi;' aaX (fil:Pi)Eii Silk with and 39c Mot items have been carefully selected to assist you in choosing things for your vacation time, picnics and outings. Wednesday and Thursday will help you to pay the expense of your summer pleasure trip. EVENING CLOSED ALL DAY FRIDAY, JULY 4. GET READY FOR (my Two S3 the Price f Qne $3.50 WOMEN'S AND MISSES' SUMMER DRESSES, $1.87. Women's FasJiionable Summer Dresses of select materials, such as fringhams, voiles, percales, lawns, and muslins. The cleverness of style will inspire you with enthusiasm. A very lroad range of all sizes. Special for Wednesday Thursday $10.00 BEAUTIFUL Choice of 89 Women's and Misses Lingerie Dresses, made from fine lawns and voiles, embroidery trimmed, insertion and lace; oth- fis iiiiuiiieu wiiii eui u i uiuery trimmed with silk collars in the new shades, all. cut low neck and short sleeves. Choice '. . $8.50 WOMEN'S A rack of Women's and Misses' Summer Dresses; choice of aainiy vowes, naray raiines, summer styles; cleverly trimmed; finished $2.00 WOMEN'S STREET DRESS 89c. Over three hundred women's Summer Dressy, commonly called Wash Dresses, or fine litrht weight chambrays, beautifully embroi dered numbers, also fancy striped gingnams. All sizes from 16 to 4 6. These are regular $2.00 values. Special $3,50 Boys' Suits S1.95 Hoys hardy looking Suits or Fancy Wool Material, true hard wearing with knicker lmnUnr nants: 4th July Special only . . . $1.95 $1.50 Wash Suits, 89c. Made of high grade Gala tea cloth, Russian blouse and military style; ages 2 to 8 years; 4th July 39 C 50c Boys Waists 39c. Famous Little One brand, made of madras, ginghams and chambrays; natty little collor, all sizes to 14 Qr years. Sale Price. . . .J S j 50c Women's Union Suits 33c Women's Union Suits, line gauze, lisle trimmed, with deep lace and silk taped around armholes; lace trimmed drawers; all '3 O sizes; extra special J Jt 25c Lisle Hose I6V2C. Women's Lisle Hose look like" silk; splendid wearing quality; colors black, white and tan; 16c special, pair . . 19c Children's Hose, IIV2C Hoys and girls' line and heavy ribbed school hose; double thread pole; all sizes, 1 1 J. Special 10c Women's Vests 612C- Women's Gauze Vests; taped neck and under arm hedes; shaped kind; soft finish ribbed; Special Sale 2 MEN READ THIS $2 DRESS PANTS, 98c. EXTRA SPECIALS. $1.50 and $2.00 Children's Wash I) reuses, Pant; i)Sc. Blue serge and dark stripe pants; well made, with side buckle. QO Special at OC $1.50 NIGHT SHIRTS, 79c Men's Night Shirts, made from fine soft cambric muslin, with or without collar; fancy trimmed; 88c Thirty dozen children's dresses npos up to 11 years. 'iese aro usual $l."jO and 52.00 kind. Come in va clous style , made of n n e r t grade ginghams, chamUniys, liTione ind jirc:ile, beau tiful trimmed mod el, all this summer strles. Kxtra 4tL July special. RXr. 79c Leather Belt, 19c 3."c All leather Holt 10c 10c? Dress IIo-c: all colors ..6 I -2c 19c Wah Ties 8 l-2c 00 Porosknit Union Suits 63c In penuine Porisknit and ,p 'L'istIe ribbed. made nith the new closed crotch; finest $1.00 fKr value JsJj Men's 50c Underwear, 33c. finest French Balbriff ribbed and Por osknit, also fancy list and dark colors; shirts 'Sr or drawer JJw Men's 19c Lisle Hose I2l2c. Famous " earapran brand; black, tan and colors. Men's 35c Silk Hose 19c. t Men's iik Hose; lisle heel and toe; where 3Sc; our price double every- 19c f.r: fin A jK- . IV. .. nn ' ' . " ... . . r ..... .. I . . . , . mm, I'.v.v.'i''l ..V fV ..' ' m '. a- -P Does Thin gs. cr m c four hose sup porters . . . Weather H resses 3 and , . . . . $1.87 VOILE DRESS, $5.85. uuuuce ana jace youc. rjome are r5iiu are $5.85 TUB DRESSES, $3.99. nnens, crepes ana lingeries: the newest Lilt' Ilf W t?l $3.99 becomingly 1 1 IU 89c S1.50 Cool Waists Women's cool, invit ing Lingerie and Voile Waists, sample ship ment; every waist a different and new model; positively worth $1.50; 4th July Special 77c $2 Balkan Blouses In all the newest models of the season; made of high-grade galatea cloth and white drill; 200 dozen . new crisp blouses; special for . . , 98c $1.50 and $2 Muslin Gowns, 88c. Lonp:, loose-fitting MuIin and Crepe Gowns, for women beautiful embroidery, lace and ribbon trimmed styles; the greatest value in the city at $1.50 and $2.00. Priced for 2 days' selling. On only OOC Beautiful $2 Combina tions. In all-over embroidery and cross-bar effects: six pretty styles. Positively $2 p values; special VuC 50c Corset Covers 33c. Of fino muslin embroidery and ribbon trimmed. Special for two days, only 33c mm 1 few m m w 4TH JULY BARGAINS. $2.00 SILK WAISTS. 2.(10 silu Wai-ts in ran white China Kilks: taIirMl m'.il. i (,r 1)r, .t. t- fiiilor pffocts uith .strird silk s;tiIor cllar and fflO cufTs; values 70C Women's $4 Silk Petticoats 100 beautiful, heavy, all mi;.; Messaline Petticoat., in all plain color?; deep plaited tlounc-e; all tho latest shades. Extra C 1 AO Special )1.70 Finest 50c Men's Neckwear In all the nwr-st patterns and eolorins; finest 3Cc prade in the popular open end four-hand other extra Fourth of July bargains . .X' shirts m lot of nif-n's fin I.)ress shirts; net:li:-e shirts from '"fd quality p'T onU Pon -: shirts witli collar attach-1 sp. i.d !'r V d n e s day and Thursdav, 39c SI Pfiiice ' Shirts C!c. oft. s-um-mer Shirts c (j a t mad mercerized pongee, with or without collar; all sizes; extra pial $1.50 and $2.0 I)rc?fs Shirts Mlk Pon;ree and Matlra'S mGtm 75c Summer Cor sets. Women's Summer Corsets; fine quality mesh and coutll. with ci nn T c:if. Gloves. Women's I r . Silk Cl ! ' s . 1 - ; ; t : n r i syb-. douM- tips. a',1 colors , . . . . 1 4 34c 69c ed tv? II A I JiDtilV III clU Ifo THE GLORIOUS FOURTH. Jv SAVE MONEY HERE. $:i.."o I,mg silk lvimino., si.s. In beautiful Japanese and ilral f fects; made of jdain r dotl-d font silk in a handsome shirred and ribbon trim med empire model; $:)..' value, special $1.98 $1.50 Matting Suit Cases, 98c. Cloe woven, full size Matting Cases, with patent French lock; just the thing for your vacation trip; Qfto Sale price Ob 50c Gingham Petticoats, 39c. Women's (Jingham Petticoats, made of best quality seersucker stripe ging hams, tailored bottom. QQj Our price 3C Children's 15c Belts, 8c. Children's Patent leather Pelts in red, black and white; 1 ." 0 kind for OC $1 House Aprons, 69c. Iwidles House Dress Aprons, made of genuine Amoskeag ginghams. in checks and stripes; piped in fast colors, red and white pepin; full length, and Completely covers entire dress. Special 69c 35c Lisle Gloves, 19c. Women'." .hr.rt Lisb- W.-.sh-ablo (Jbis. Stroni; da.sj. Mailt4 well. Conic in bl.u k or white, all sdzes. Welnesdav and Thursday f special Xr 50c Dressing Sacques 33c Women's fbst per.-al-and in.L'ham Ir -sin Sao.ju' i-. in n i li-:lit and dark stripes and h cks. llxtra wdl made and' lit jrf-t. iSab pri OOC $3.00. Rain Capes, 99c. fhiblrrn's !ir: J.'i.'.O riibbrr Iz'fl Sat n Pain Capfs, .ith plaid liafd I: in n d or blu.; all s Tip to 14 vers. Il.aJn Vmnf rap."-. Kxtra Sp'.-ial 7yC 50c Babies' Shoes, 39c. In v. hi:-, tan Mid -ombir.a-T i i . sorn; sandal ff. ts; the kind sh.- up-.s f,r 39c and P ' A I I i ' A 39c NOTIONS. 1 I.ar--.- Hair N'.-ts . . pop. T-ib : p.ii-r . ': Ii.ir::;:!- C-it' ;: . . . Cakf Toil t .oap . .: . s and K s . . V Tap. . a bolt ' 1 ! tir Pins, two f. -r ' sharps' X'-'-ll- s ... lc . .'2 1-LY-. . 1 1-1V IV ! If lc .11 -IV I)rc :;;. 15c Colgate Talcum Powder 9l2C, '.U;.'..- T.ib-uni I'.iw-d-rs. this kno wn t rand r-'- a :h 1 . choa all odors, L'xtra Sp" rial 9ic 75c Indian Suits, 44c. Poys' Indian ;ist. trimmed with brilliant f.-ath.-r had-dr-ss an.d all rf-a!:.i. mad, of heavy khaki rl th. Just the thin f.r the Fourth MA of July. Special T"nrC cut: of f'.rie 69c 89c & m Him Wm0mm m ii 'HC . i yiy V W"" I V. f I u ii i ! i fi i' X f ii M 4 ii I