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15 MYSTERY DEEPENS HOURLY ABOUT THE MURDER OF ALICE CRISPELL, WHO WAS LAST SEEN IN NIGHT OF REVELRY 71 o THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES. ( X, W I LK T-S n A It U FT. Pa.. July 17. "I took my sun from tho fholf and I'olntrd it at my daughter. 'It would l.o l.rttor that the bullet in this gun f-houM piorco your heart than that ycT' should pell your soul to tho devil I toM her." Kurh v.a thf warning William Crls pell, Wilkesharre, Pa., Rave his daughter Allro, uhfo body was ta y.on from Harvey's lake on July 7, when he realized she was following that will-o'-tho-wlpp tho light that thines from cafe windows. Herbert Johns, .sweetheart of the drowned girl, has Just been released, after a coroner's Jury had exonerated him. Alice Crlspell was la.n 5"?n alive July 4, and Johns was the la-ct per son ien with her. He j-ays they spent the evening In daneing and then part ed. He has declared he does not know how vhe came to her death. William Crifpcli, the father, is a re ligious enthusiast, following his con version by Billy Sunday. In a re markable statement, he lays his daughter's death at the door of bad comparions and an undeveloped mind's mad passion for gay life. The police are dilating between the theories that a religious maniac slew Alice and that she, was a victim of one of her sweethearts. The case grows moro mysterious hourly. Despite the efforts of the police they are no nearer a solution than they were when the body was found. It Is claimed the girl ivas seen on July Z by some, clerks in a store in this city, but so far the police have been unable to prove these state ments. On Wednesday Johns was freed of the charge. Although the coroner's verdict vindicated him, he was held by the authorities as it was thought he knew more of the crime than he would tell. V J: Hi 4 -v fry J r c : e-:"miSiO t fu ALICE 'CRISPELL AND HEIIBEIIT JOHNS. OULD LIMITTHE DIRECTORS" WO Proposition to Prohibit Inter locking of Directorates of Eanks Proposed to House Committee. were approved. In the case of tho J penalties for examiners, or for ofli cers of banks giving loans or gratui ties to examiners, the maximum pen alty was raised from $r0-0 to $"i,00; and the maximum of imprisonment from three years to five years. SAYS OFFICERS THREW MAN INTO THE OCEAN WAHIXr.TOX, July IS. An omendment to the ( lass-Owen cur rency bill, to prohibit interlocking di rectorates in banking institutions, was Troposed at the conference of demo crats of the house committee Thurs day. The plan offered by liep. "Win go of Arkansas, went over to the next meeting, after brief disousim ami without a test of strength in tho committf Earlii In the day the confercr.ee had d ioat d. S to Z, another proposal by Pep. Wingo, that government funds should he deposited in tho proposed new regional reserve banks upon a competitive basis, deposits be ing made in banks offering the high est rate of Interest. Th democrats struck out of tho hill a section to permit individual banks, in time of stress, to get di rect discounts from the regional re mtvo banks, upon securities recog nized as "stock exchange collateral;" and also eliminated a provision ex empting notes or bills issued on gov ernment, state, county or municipal bonds from the proposed prohibition against re-discounting by the federal reserve banks of notes or bills issued for the purpose of "carrying or trad ing in stocks, bonds or other securi ties." The conference extended the matu rity period of paper re-disc vUint.ihlo under the law, from 4 5 to f.O days. Sections of the bill relating to tho regular examinations of banks, ar.J to penalties for examiners who ac cept gratuities or loans from banks. Dreamland, Springbrook Park 'Dancing on the Lawn at All next week. RROCKVILTr:. Ont., July IS. Brock Quong, a sailor on the British steamer Thyra Menier, in port at Og densburg, X. V., reported to the police of that city Thursday that on June lTt, while the vessel was running be tween Montreal and Quebec, a fellow sailor named A. H. Kiow was thrown into the river hy officers of the ves sel and drowned. Although the alleged offense was committed in Canadian waters, the government has asked the United States authorities to co-operate in conducting an investigation. Tho Thyra Menier is engaged in the pulp carrying trade from the island of Anticosti in the gulf of St. Lawrence. "All jrs' Doi: had TO i:T THAT. MAX" KUZAB FTH, X. J.. July IS. The manner in which Warden Charles W. Dodd of the county jail broke up a Mrrke Thursday may set a useful example, he thinks, to the keepers of English prisons who become custodians of suffragets. William Turner, a Ne gro prisoner imprisoned last Sun day, sought to gain his liberty by refusing to eat. Thursday morn ing the Negro had been hours without food, when the warden ap peared at his door with a steaming plate of fried chicken and a large section of juicy watermelon. One sniff and Turner's hunger strike came to an abrupt end. l"or Cut, Hums and Bruises In every home there should ho a box of Bucklen's Arnica Salve, ready to apply in every case of burns, cuts, wounds or scalds. J. II. Polanco, Del va lie. Tex.. U. No. 2, writes: "Bucklen's Arnica Salve saved my j little girl's cut foot. No one believed it could be cured." The world's best salve. Onlv 2."c. Recommended bj' All Druggists. Advt. HARRYLYERRSGK FUNERAL DIRECTOR 219 So. St. Joseph St. rersonal attcruicrar given all work, day or nUrht. Lady assistant. Homo phono 5743. Bell phone 745 Route of the Lakes TIME TABLE i.i iix nvi: m.w i. l'ju. U:(0 a. m. 3: i. ni. 11:00 P. ra .":r.O n. ra. 7 :oo n. v. S:eO a. in. U:(o a. in. 30:J a. ui. o:m i. ra. 4 :i,0 i. in. M. Jrim rtIlon. 11 :nj a. iu. f:P0 p. ra. 1- :J p. in. 7 :U0 p. m. 1 :oo p. ia. s :00 p. m. - :e0 p. in. 'J :00 p. in. r.a p. ni. 10:00 p. m. 4 (to p. n. 11 :W p. in. T:o0 p. m. m. and 11 :C"J p. m. cars to NiUs oulf. Gohen DivUIon. Ially 'trains Leave: r. a. m. 11 : a. in. C, :0ft p. n. C;M a. ni. l.:t) noon :00 p ni. 7:0 a. ra. 1 :t) p. in. S p. m. ?:") a. in. iMni p. ui. 'J-.W p. in. l':eo a. ra. :t.to p. in. h:o p. m. 1U.IO a. in. 4 .0") p. in. 11:00 p. m Ti:oi) p. in. MiJian City Division. I:,M a. n. K):o) a. ra. p. n. -o a. :n. TJ.oO noon 7 :?) p. m. 7 :I"0 h. ni. 1 :W p in. 0 :0J p. m. Iail j except Sunday. V. J. HARDY, ftapt. Transportation. Oar Our SucooK-i Deicntls Upon SMITH & SMITH CinilOPIlACTORS. 21 H a.yt( II. Plione? 2190. South Itcrul, Ind. Iffl I ME re VIA South Lin BOOf Hnday, JMy 20, 1913 ; ((if y"s" mDlANA. T4J.f $1.55 South Bend to Michigan City and return, going via South Shore Lines to Michigan City, Boat to Benton Harbor and Southern Michigan Ry. to South Bend. Boat leaves Michigan City at 4:00 P. M. Good going on all cars up to and including limited car, 1 :35 P. M. QmTL The recognized world's standard of highest values in ready-for-service clothes are those of ScIb.siffiiF S30s $27.50, on sale $25 and $22.50 tomorrow at $ New Suits n0m HEN you can come here and buy the celebrated Hart Schaffner & Marx suits for as low as $17.50 whv waste your time by going anywhere else? These Suits are the cream of the makers' stock all new fresh goods, this season's pat terns the very latest mid-summer styles in every new model, color and pattern in such a tremendous range of sizes that we can fit perfectly men of every build and every suit is backed by our famous guarantee of satisfaction or your money back, just the same as if you paid regular prices. Choice again Saturday of hun dreds upon hundreds of the finest of all men's suits for only lousing Oean-Uo Sale Tomorrow of all Broken i mm mfij Wmi Lot Men' aid Odds s $12:50, 75o Com aid End M of leu's aid ' $18.50 Silts, Yon Only a HpHIS is a lot' of about 1 50 suits, made of all wool Cassimeres, Cheviots and some Wor steds in stylish gray and tan coloring, smart new styles, including Norfolks, elegantly tailored, finely finished, Only about 1 50 suits in the lot but every size in one style or another; small lots of this season's S12.50, Sl5 and S18.50 suits; all grouped in one lot for a smashing big sale at your choice of Moth Our E iec imctioms 1 omorrow on bores Mire Stock of Boys WE offer you now our entire stock of Boys' Clothes at greatly reduced prices. The suits include the famous "Sarnpech" make undeniably the best make of boys' suits in the country, and not a solitary fancy pattern in this big stock is excepted. Select whatever you like and pay us the advertised price. Here's the way they'll sell: All Boys' Suits that were $5.00, now . . . All Boys' Suits that were $6.50 and $7.50 . 45 75 All Boys' Suits that were $8,50, now at All Boys' Suits that were $9 and $ 1 0, choice at 75 J5 EVERY STRAW HAT IN THE STORE AT HALF PRICE il ii- CO.