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MYSTERY DEEPENS HOURLY ABOUT THE MURDER OF ALICE
CRISPELL, WHO WAS LAST SEEN IN NIGHT OF REVELRY
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THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES.
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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.
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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.
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ftapt. Transportation.
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CinilOPIlACTORS.
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Boat leaves Michigan City at 4:00 P. M. Good going
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The recognized world's standard of highest
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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
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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
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lousing Oean-Uo Sale Tomorrow of all Broken
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Wmi
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Men'
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75o Com
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$18.50 Silts,
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Only
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HpHIS is a lot' of about 1 50 suits, made of all
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Our
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Mire Stock of Boys
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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
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