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TUi:SI).Y, JULY 8, 1913 THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES. ! The Seven Ages of Woman in Love: Chapter Two When Twenty Awaits The King. Geo. Wyman &Co. Come and See Us' ' i --"r-Trt im.11. TTry 20 14 itv .m:mi: Th second of the SI-IVIIN'-AOKS-or-Tiir: - WOMAN - IN - LOVi: is around and abjut 20. Prince Channliu' has had his day. It 1 now time for the KINO to ap proach. A few Twenties listen for the horn of hi? auto, but most of thorn like him just a? v oil if he comes a-wooln;? of the Lfar maid In any ordinary dis-uie. TWENTY demands that the Kin-4 Fhall kneel before his Ql'llllS. or he i no kin. His willingness to do so is often tho only proof of his devo tion which Twenty asks. Woman In the FlUST A G K of Ivove is almost never conscious of her sex. Put Twenty poses on the high est pedestal of se;. She, doesn't Know k. so she isn't blamable. She has only arrived at a full knowledge of sex as a feminine asset. At last she understands what moth er and teacher and preacher mean when they echo each other: "Bo good. If you want a husband!" Of course she does; and of course rhe's pood; and ftt course she quite naturally expects the reward of good ness. But the trouble 1?, she lets man ruppo.e that she Is PERFECT IN EVERYTHING EISE. She -ets an Idea that Just beinir virtuous and nothnlcr more entitles her to the adoration of man. Sho may be vain, and selfish, and extravagant, 5he may hate to work, she may loathe children, she may popsip, she may lie, and yet believe that her virtue alone qualities her to rule forever In the kingdom of love. And so she makes the KING bow very low indeed, as one who recog nizes and meekly confesses his own unworthiness. It Is an excellent thlnp for society that woman should always keep the highest value on herself. It Is one of the barricades which protect her from evil. But the Klnr is human. And soon ho discovers that the QUEEN has some pretty UN REGAL WEAK NESS. Ana, moreover, he nets pretty tired of the kneeling attitude. Now unfortunately there are wo men who expect to be adored forever. They never pet beyond the second ape of love. And when the weary Kinp rises from his romantic worship and chanpes into a plain and practical partner in the business of livinp well, it is not a pood plan for any queen to have hysterics about it. It is much .wiser for her to abandon her position of super-woman and to become a helpmate, to try to be at least as useful to a man as, say, his stenographer. Love means pivinp service as well ns accepting it. Eove means paying homape, not demanding it. And that is what every pirl must learn in the second age of love, else she will develop into a petty domes tic tyrant and so lose her queenly crown. Three majestic mountain To the Pacific North Coasi From Chicago daily at 10:15 p. m. over a new line through a new country that teems with scenic treats and engineering wonders. ranges The Rockies Bitter Twenty demands that the king shall kneel before his queen. Late News From the Surrounding Towns MOW CAHLISL1X Mrs. Elthea Davis foil Friday sus taining a double fracture of one of her ribs. Mrs. Iavis is advanced in years and is in feeble health. Harry Heed, who was painfully in jured Thursday by beinp thrown from his speeder which struck a stone while going at a high rate of speed near the Zigler crossing east of town, wit:-: aide to leave Saturday evening for his mother s home at I lti. . He was accompanied there by his Wife. The roof of W. J. Jones' residence was quite bully damaged by lire Fri day night. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. llauser and daughter, Miss Eva, and Mr. and Mrs. John Hauscr and daughter of t'hi capo spent the week-end with rela tives lure. Mrs. C. M. llauser and Mrs. John llauser remained for a more extended visit. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Ordung of La port e visited the hitter's parents, (? i .... ,,. .... gat St"j "For u NO MOIli; lM)Kii:STK) NO XOHi: C'ONSTir ATIOV no moi:i: iui.iorsNi:ss If you will only keep the di tie system working prop erly by the regular use of HOSTETTER'S STOMACH BITTERS 1 . i ' 1 You should try it today Mr. and Mrs. C. Carney, Sunday. Mrs. Mary Ivins has returned from New York city, X. Y., where she has lived since last fall with her daughter, Mrs. Carrie Dtniuo. Mr. and Mrs. Itolla B. Lancaster and daughter Uuth, who have lately returned from Grand Junction. Colo., spent the week-end with New Carlisle relatives and friends. Mrs. Anna (Jeaslen of Chicago is a giHst of her sister, Mrs. P. L. Hoff man. In Collins of Chicago was a guest over the week-end of his parents, lit v. and Mrs. M. (I. Collins. Miss Fthel Koloff and John Click of South Bend were married at the home of the former's parents, Mr. ami Mrs. Harry Koloff, Thursday ev ning, by Kev. F. C. Sager, pastor of the M. K. church. Mr. and Mrs. Click will reside in South Bend. Frank llauser of South Bend vis ited relatives here Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. John Hay and daugh ter of Chicago returned heme Sun day evening after spending several d.ays with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Car ney and Mrs. Anna Bunch and family. Miss Mildred Flowers of Laporte spent Friday with Miss Gertie De lot tes. Allen YaiDusen and niece, Miss Orroll Sutton, were in South Bend Saturday shopping. Mayor and Mrs. Lemuel Darrow :nd daughter, Mis Dorothy, of La porte motored here Saturday and were guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Maudlin. Miss Ada Miller has gne to New York where she will enter the Co lumbia university for a six weeks' term. Mrs. Fd. Danielson and children of South Bend were guests over the Fourth of the former's mother,1 Mrs. Jennie Knos. Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Vogb-r and dau.'-.ht r Catharine of Chesterton isit(d Mrs. VocV'-'s parents, Mr. and Mrs A. H. Compton, several davs last last 'v-ek. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Uodcers and hild of Denver. Col., are guests of Mr. Ib 'dir. rs' parents, Mr. and Mrs. .John ib-dg-rs. PLYMOUTH. Miss Ruth Maxey was home over Sunday and returned to her study in South Bend, Monday. Farmers are busy making hay but help is scarce. Root Cascades are pierced at points where nature's grandeur is most magnificent. Montana Canyon the "shadowy" St Joe River Lake Chatcolet pine rimmed Lake Keechelus Mount Rainier are a few of the wonder spots of the newest and shortest line the CHICAGO Milwaukee & St. Paul RAILWAY "Tlic Columbian " another all-steel train, leaves Chicago 10:10 a. m. daily, and with "Ttie Olympian," provides un equalled double daily service to Seattle and Tacoma. Low round-trip fares in effect daily to September, 1913. Secttn a cefy cf "The Trail cf Tk Obmjian" and full information at addrtis it lew. K. G. IIAYDKX, District Passenger Affont, 1)07 Luclld Avt. Cleveland. Ohio. GEO. D. HAYNES. General Passenger Agent. CHICAGO) 4 14 , . ntr i 'ill VJ"W4 ' Gil. William Brummit to Charles A. Evans and Sarah 11. Wallace, part of L. 7 Evans sub. $1. Eston V. Snyder to Lucius E. Eller and wife, a tract of land in Fenn Twp. J 2, 2 00. Carlos IL Nichols and Ralph M. Nichols and wife to Frank Czajkow ski and wife, part of L. 41 South Bend City. $1,700. Lydia Emery and husband to George M. Hilliard, part of ls. 4 and 5 M!iner E. Listenberper's sub. Blk. 3 Sam'l L. Cottrell's 1st add. $1,260. Iank Z. Dye to Somerson T. Sluss and wife, part of L. 12 Muessel's 1st add. $3,200. Elizabeth Oilman and husband to Fred L Hawkins and wife, L. 9 Gil man's sub. Mish. $250. James A. Judio a; d wife to Minnie C. Hess, L. 41 Judie's 1st. add. $650. Company I went to Prettv lake Saturday night and remained until Sunday evening:. There were 25 of them. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Prottman re turned to their home in Convoy, O., after a week's stay with their parents here. About 50 took tho teachers' exam ination Saturday. A hot job sure. Charles Walker Is pettlnpr his build ing on E. Garro. st. nicely fitted for movinp pictare shows, theaters, etc. It will be. when completed, the best in the city. Raymond Cook and Stewart Rob ertson spent Sunday in South Bend. Sheriff Falconberry took Philip Shaufrhnessy to Plainfield to the re form school Sunday. Mrs. L. S. Shakes went to Mon terey Thursday to visit for a few weeks. Art Thompson s spending a few days with friends this week. Charles Andrews, an old soldier and farmer residing at Dixon lake, died there Friday morning, July 4. at S:30 a. m. The funeral was held Sunday at the home. Rev. W. F. Switzer con ducted the service. REAL INSTATE TRANSFERS. P. J. Reynolds and wife to John Studley. a tract of land in Lincoln Twp. $20,000. South Bend Mill & Lumber Co. to Mary Cordray. L. 55 St. Joseph Park plac, Mish. $1. William C. Jackson, et al.. to Harry W. West and wife, L SS Jack son's sub. $550. Louis Dctzler and wife to Henry Bauer and wife, part of L. 10 Blk. 10 Vail's add. $3,200. Fred W. Keller and wife to How ard S. StanP.eld. a tract of land in Center Twp. $2. St. Joseph Loan & Tru- ro.f Tr., to William Sommerer and Wife, L. 4 6 Huey Heights. $150. Same to Tillie G. PefTenbaugh. L. SS Ardmore Heights. B FLAMMED If) tf v - Fifteen Hundred Offenders URN U LONDON According to the Report of the Plan, it Was Intended to Drop Bombs From Aero planes Onto Buildings. LONDON". July S. Following the statement of the Daily Mail that mil itancy had been "killed in England by the cat-and-mouse law," a sensa tion was sprung Monday by the publication in the Evening Stand ard of a story declaring that Scot land Yard had discovered a plot to burn London. According to the alleged plans for firing of the city phosphorus bombs were to be dropped from aeroplanes on the principal buildings. Accord ing to the story, it was planned to have French a tors tly across the channel with the bombs which would be furnished from London. The plot had advanced to the point of ap proaching certain aviators, it is de clared. The airmen refused to be come involved and reported the af fair to Scotland Yard. According to the reports the women had planned tubes of phosphrrus in various sections of the city in prep aration for their demonstration by fire, which was planned as the crown ing effort of their destructive works. In reference to the effect of the "cat-and-mouse" law. the Daily Mail declared that the militant lenders had lost their following and practically no Over Fifteen Hundred Offenders are brought before the City Court each year. It is a matter of momentous importance to the community how these cases are handled. Each should have careful, thoughtful and exper ienced consideration. I have had six years of active law practice in South Bend and have made a careful study of the advanced meth ods of handling this class of cases. LOVIS 31. IIAMMERSCIIMIDT. Democratic Candidate for the Nom ination for Judge of the City Court. HARRY L. YERRIGK FUNERAL DIRECTOR 219 So. St. Joseph St. Personal attentlco prlven all work, day or tiipht, Ldy ns-ltant. ( Home phone 5745. Befl phone 745 ( Twinplex Twinplex Twinplox A Twinplex is a machine to Sharpen CJillott S.ifety llazor BbMles. SIMPLY WONDKRFFL. Not i.Mnsive ami will Iat a life time. One customer said money could not buy his. if he could not orth looking at. 't another. !' No trouble to show goods at 3-Floor Jewelry Store Twinplex Twinplex Twinplex Vednesday-Half Day-Specials Tomorrow Morning Only We close tomorrow, Wednesday after noon, at 12:30. In order that our patrons may do their shopping in the morning we offer these specials as an incentive: ALL COOL SPECIALS NOTICE. Princess Slips Lace trimmed, embroi dery flouncing. 1.50 and 1.00 values. To morrow morn 1.23 and 95c Combination Suits Allover embroidery muslins, lace and embroidery trimmed. Regular 95c. Tomorrow morn ..79c Slip Over Gowns Embroidery and lace trimmed; low neck, short 'sleeve. Regular 75c. Tomorrow morn 59c Ladies' Out Size Gown V shaped neck, embroidery trimmed. Long or short sleeve; regular 75c. Tomorrow morn 59c Corset Cover and Skirt Combination with short skirt. Trimmed embroidery; regular 75c; tomorrow morning 49c Drawers, Lace trimmed, open or closed; All sizes and lengths. Regular 5oc; tomor row morn 39c Corset Cover Prettily trimmed in lace and embroidery. Tomorrow morn ... .19c Ladies' Silk Lisle Hose black, tan, and white; spliced h::el. Tomorrow morn 31c Ladies' Hose, Out Size Black only; sum mer weight; regular 15c. Tomorrow . .11c Ladies' Hose Black, light weight. Reg ular 10c; Tomorrow morn 7c Infant Hose Good strong weave for rough wear; black and colors. Regular 15c. Tomorrow morn He Men's. Hose Black and colors; thin weight; regular 15c; tomorrow mom . .11c Very Special Ladies' Cotton Ribbed Vest Full taped. Tomorrow HJLi morn r i 4 ' jj A Pure, Nutritious, Harmless 1 0 T I T TV K n oeverage lor iLvery ivian, Woman and Child. Not only creates an appetite, !i but it also aids digestion. i 1 1 14 i mmm jm t , , SMALLKK FOKCrS. WASHINGTON". Infl.. July S. A notice that tho Baltimore Ohio rail road ih'ps here would be opera tr-d nith Fmaller forces for the next two months was posted at th phops Mon day. A decrease in the appropriation for the shops was as:sined as the cause. stoli: oviikcoat. IAPOKTK. Ind.. July 7. Fay Teck was p.-ntcne 1 t j0 days in th- coun ty jail here Monday for stealing an overcoat !a?t wek when the ther mometer registered 10 0. Samuel At. 117 U S. Scott ft., was arrested Monday nipht on a warrant chartrintr him with contempt of co:irt. WE THE vyMfTE ( w - - - m Mc5tmiki ' Burr vynfTEL : Xhbt EAT LcTT" OF WiMk L6TS n: n M . ..i .,-.w' i Ml! 1 ' AND AFTEJnL PliAGE BEft3f2E r ' 1 1 MAI?I?I4GE. "srt y i ! 1 rrsn " , i tl Jf raw 1 l-m. FT T, OKBATbtW l 1 - (1 w MAl?fZlAGf.