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THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES.
nil DAY. JULY 2", ID 1.1
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Has Started With a Tremendous Rush
people are realizing the immense
Buying Power of their dollar.
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Whaddy'yuh mean you lost your dos?
Whaddy'yuh moan you want your
rent?
Whaddy'yuh mean you'ro on the
ho;??
Whaddy'yuh mean your roll i3
spent?
Whaddy'yuh mean you pot to toll?
Whaddy'yuh mean you're awful dry?
'Whaddy'yuh mean you lost your poll?
Whaddy'yuh mean you hat that
guy?
"Whaddy'yuh moan?" It's in the air;
A thousand times you hear the
phrase;
"Whaddy'yuh mean?" It's every
where And everyone's Fprinj?in it, these
days.
"Whaddy'yuh mea?' We do not know.
Hut we want to lei n with an ardor
keen.
Glvo us a tip say. put us jo
"WhiMdy'yuh mean by "Whad
dy'yuh mean?"
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TO INVESTIGATE THE
SHOOTING OF PRIVATE
er;r. Kduin Hall, Wlm Shot
Dimcll, Must Stand Trial
foro Military Court.
Walter
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INDIANAPOLI.S, July 2 5. Gov.
Ralston Friday will besin an investi
gation of the shooting of Walter
Dowell, ;i private in the Indiana Na
tional guard, by Serjeant Fdwin Hall.
The governor a a yet has not been
officially notified of the affair.
OMcers of the National guard
Thursday expressed surprise that .Ser
jeant Hall's revolver was loaded with
ball cartridges as it was said that the
men had been instructed not to bring
the ammunition into the camp. Ball
13 oeing held in the guard house at
the encampment awaiting the out
come of Howell's injury. Tie will be
court martialcd. At the. hospital
where Dowell wag taken, it was said
tonight that the soldier was sinking
fast and that his recovery was doubt
ful.
IIOMCST POLITICS.
Editor South Jk-nd News:
Announced candidates for public
cuuco mane memseives target?, in an
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honorable way, fcr Just criticism.
It is generally conceded that good
citizenship calls for organized action
against evil forces and this can only
come through voters banding them
selves In parties, and, if successful,
appointing to office only men who
have been in sympathy with them.
Blood is thicker than water and past
party afiiliation appeals strongly. .v"o
on a mixed ticket (whatever the
name) the successful candidate would
uppoint his old party friends.
On the proposed "citizens' " ticket,
If a bull mooser is nominated for
mayor, his tyrnpathies would run to
that purty or to his republican
friends. If a democrat, his tenden
cies would be toward past affiliations.
The proposed democratic candidate
lor the 'citizen" ticket is a clean.
Christian man, caught in bad company
in the past, and still in sympathy with
It outside of this campaign, and if
county or state issues come up in
the next four years he will be a dem
ocrat, acting with the county ami
btate committees.
This is one reason republicans want
a ticket, and refuse to vote any ticket
but their own. It is one reason why
they refuse to leave the party at the
request of would-be bosses, to help
1,'ive them a little city patronage.
L,ct us all he fair and concede to
the other fellow the same right we
ask to act and vote as we wish with
out Impure motives. 1 have in the-
past few days been called an 'insur
gent and "leader. Is an insurgent,
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Mays with it in hours
J am merely a worker
usking no preferment.
of adversity?
in the ranks.
nor would If
take it if offered.
There in a lot of "bunk" about the
popularity of this "goat" party. Men
nre quoted in favor of it, who are not
o strong as one might think.
James Foughman is reported as
Faying he was out of town the day
of the reputed interview with him.
Dr. t'rumpacker says a reporter wrote
up the "interview" with him. Col.
Carlisle sas lie wants a republican
ticket, but if none in the Held will
then vot citizens if there is one.
These instances are given merely to
ffhow the unreliability of statements
published and not to discredit people
who have been honestly led astray by
them. loot's be honest.
It is amusing to have a candidate
for mayor tell how he will have the
llqror law obeyed, and then himself
pel! ft drinks on Sunday, which is
Mti.n'y "against the statutes therein
mini.' ami provided." How can a man
u e
leuc.ute rates
corpo rations
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A to m Meals & Berth
Georgian Bay included
SATURDAY, 2:00 .P. M.t JUNE 2th TO AUGUST 23rd INC
3 and S Day Lake Trips
To Green Bay, Mackinac Island and the Soo
TUESDAYS, 1:00 P. M.; THURSDAYS. 2:00 P. M.;
SATURDAYS, 2-00 P. M., JUNE 23th TU AUGUST 2Sth INC.
To Grand Haven and Muskegon
Michigan' Delightful Rt$ort$
833 P. M. DAILY Day Boats Saturda-, Sunday and Mr nday
Writ for Illustrated turn me r folder or Georgian Bay Booklet
PARK ROBD1NS. C P. A Foot Micbican Aveoae. CKIcarti
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oilCAOi
when he is himself offending the dig
nity of the law?
I am not a user of tobacco or
liquor, therefore I think I can speak
disinterestedly when I say that the
laws of the nation and state give a
man certain rights in the saloon busi
ness on which to stand, but when he
exceeds them, the public is Interested.
I believe, almost to a man. the sa
loonkeepers of .outh Bend and their
bartenders would like to have all sa
loons close during illegal hours, and
when they do not it is through fear
their competitors will not. It is this
same desire to hold their trade that
causes a garage or a drug store to
open on Sunday. A republican can
didate this fall MUST pledge himself
to see that these la vs are obeyed.
This is one reason a republican can
le elecved this fall. 7. believe many
republicans who have, considered a
"citizens' " ticket, and felt it might
be a Kood thing, will Je back in line
before the day of the primaries.
I am interested in good government
and a clean and beautiful city. I was
born here and have always lived in
the county. I have always been a re
publican and believe it is the only
party that can purify the local atmosphere.-
I am interested enough in
my fellows to pay. for this reading
notice to them. Hlp hold up the
hand? of the rehabilitated republican
central committee, so shamefully rav
aged in the home of its friends. They
need you now, not next year.
O KOI IGF M. FOUNTAIN.
July 2 4. 191:;.
Ad vertisement.
SUNDAY SCHOOL TO
HAVE PICNIC TODAY
MeiiilxTs of St. Paul's Sunday School
Arc at Itorrion Sprinirs.
Members of St. Paul's M. K. .Sunday
school are holding their annual picnic
at Herrien Springs Friday. Plana
hr.ve be. . made by Clem C. Smith at
the head of the executive committee,
for an all day's - program Idled with
sporting events, running races and a
big basket picnic dinner. The party
left the interurban station at
S o'clock, for the trip by way of the
Southern Michigan interurban.
Kid Your Children of Worms
You can change, fretful, ill-tempered
children into healthy, happy
youngsters, by ridding them of worms.
Tossing, rolling, grnding of teeth, cry
ing out while asleep, accompanied
with Intense thirst, pains in the stom
ach anil bowels, feverishness and bad
breath, are symptoms that indicate
worms. Kickapoo Worm Killer, a
pleasant candy lozenge, expels the
worfns, regulates the bowels, restores
your children to health and happiness.
Mrs. J. A. Hrisbin. of Flgin, 111., says:
"I have used Kickapoo Worm Killer
i for years, and entirely rid my children
( oi worms, i would not be without
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Guaranteed. All druggists, or
mail. Price 2 3c. Kickapoo In-
man Meuicine to., I'niiaueipnia ana
St. Louis. Advt.
OWL SCAKMH COPS
CHICAGO, July 2Z. Twenty po
licemen asleep in the Hyde Park sta
tion, fled down stairs and called for
help when an owl flew into their dor
mitory. For Cuts Hums and Hruiscs
In eery home there should be a
box of Hueklen's arnica Salve, ready to
apply in every case of burns, cuts,
wounds or scalds. J. H. Polanco,
Felvalle. Tex.. K, No. l writes:
Hueklen's Arnica alve cured my little
girl's cut foot. No one believed it
could be cured." The world's best
salve. Only C."c. liecommended bv
All Druggists. Advt.
CHICAGO County hospital attend
ants discovered that a policeman who
was getting free medical treatment,
owned an apartment building with a
monthlv income of
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The INDIANA
TITLE AND LOAN
COMPANY
Has moved its offices
to the old Savings
Bank Bldg. Ground
Floor.
The rooms have
been specially fitted for
the Abstract and Title
business.
Come in and see us.
Francis M. Jackson,
President.
Zar Hagey,
Secretary.
Rubber Novelties of All
Kinds at
THE RUBBER STORE,
206 S. Michigan St.
SHERIFF'S 8ALE I
l?y virtue of an ordr of sale to me '.l- !
roctf-d from the Ch-rk's office of th St. '
Josoph Superior court, I will exje to
public sale on Satunliy the '2nd day of
August A. I. 11)13, ltwec-n the hours of ;
ten o'clock u. m. and 1 o'cIch k p. in. of ,
said day at the east dovr f Court House :
in the City of South Ilend, St. Joseph
county, Indiana the rents and profits for
n term not exceeding seven years, of the '.
following deseriUd real estate, situate in
St. Joseph County, State of Indiana, to !
wit :
lots l.V, 1.V5. nnd 1." In Illsrhl.ind Park J
ns per the jdat recorded iu plat hook
page -, In the recorder's office in the
county of St. Joseph, Iu the State of Iu
diana. And on failure to realize the full amount
of Judgment, interest and costs thereon,
I will i-xiK)s to nubile s.ile. ;it the same
time nnd place, to the highest bidder, the
fee simple of said estate.
Taken as the property of William II.
Calvert ami i:ila S. Calvert at the suit of
.Mary Longley, as executrix
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iongiey, uecoaseJ.
Sheriff St. Joseph County. ,
F. H. Wurzer. Atty. for Tlaintlff
July 11. is,
SUKKIFl 'S SALK.
ltv virtue of an order of sale to me
tin ' t U i i win iut; v. iw a n i. uo.:
Joseph Superior murt, I will expose to
public sale on Saturday the L'nrt day of
August A. D., 10K, between the hours of
ten o'clock a. m., and four o'clock p. in.
said day at the east door of Court House
House in the City of South I'.end, St.
Joseph County, Indiana, the rents and
profits for a term not exceeding seven
years,, of the following described real es
tate, situate in St. Joseph county, State of
I ijdianu. to wit:
Ivots i:$, 1.VJ, 101, nnd 102, in Highland
I I r,oto..l f . i ff-k 1 k i- 1 - - i f f s
book 8, page S2, In the re.order's office in
Kill' county of St. Joseph
And on failure to realize the full amount
tint
of Judgment Interest and costs thereon
will expose to public sale, at the same
time .md place, to the highest bidder, the
fee simple of said estate.
Taken as the property of William II.
Calvert and Klla S. Calvert, at the suit of
Mary Ivongley as Executrix of Andrew
Longley, deceased.
i:iwaiid s. swansox,
Sheriff St. Joseph County.
F. II. Wurzer. Atty. for Plaintiff.
July 11, 1 'St.
NOTICK OF 1IKAKINC. AS TO Sl'KC'IAL
ni:Ni:FiTS.
v.uy oi ouui eiuiu, inuiana, nepiruneiu
of Public Works.
Notice Is hereby given that the follow-
ins street improvement nas been com- ;
pletcd: J
tirade, curb and walk on Broadway st.,
under improvement resolution No. I'K's in
the city of South Ben, Indiana.
tirade, curb and walk on Van Buren Pt.. j
under improvement resolution No. -ol, in !
the city of South Bend, Indiana.
(Irade, eurb and walk on Corby st.,
under Improvement resolution No. HI, in
the city of South Bend, Indiana.
There Is on file in the oriice of this
Board, and subject to public inspection,
an assessment roll, which contains the
names of all property owners who are
subject to assesment, a description of the
property to be assessed, nnd he amount
of each prima facie assessment. This
Board i.s at its otlice in the City Hall,
will on the 8th day of August 191S. at
7 :4o p. m. receive and hear remonstrances
as to the amount of each assessment, and
will decide whether the assessed lots or
tracts of land have been or will be sped- 1
lly benefitted by said improvement in the
amounts named on said roll. i
Board of fublic Works,
Otto C. Bastlan.
Francis K. Lambert.
Charles F. Niedbalski.
NOX-KKSIDKNT NOTICE
State of Indbina, St Joseph t'ountv. SS. I
In the St. Joseph Circuit Court May 1013.'
1.V.01. i
Winifred Louise Hannlter vs. Joseph!
Frederick Uutintster. !
l'e It known that the above-named
plaintiff has filed in the office of the,
rlerk of said court the complaint against!
said defendant In the above cause together
with a proper affidavit that said defend
ant Joseph Frederick P.annlster is Aiot a
resident of the State of Indian; .
Said defendant Is hereby notified that
Mid cause will stand for trial on the ith
day of Sept. l!ir. the same belni; tho Lud
day of the next term f said court to
commence at the city of South I .end, on
the 2nd Monday In Sept. next, on which
day said defendant is required to upiear
t said action.
Frank P. Chris toff, clerk
lly John P. Cully, deputy
lm Pyle, Atty. for Plaintiff.
7-11-21
NOTICi: OF COMPLETION OI
ASSESS-
MKNT POLL.
lejMrtment f Pu.dic Works.
fflv of ti-e Hoard.
Sou tli Pond. I ml, July 7. PJ13
To Whom It y Coiuvni :
NotHv Is heretj plven by the loard of
Public Works of the City of South Pend.
Indiana, that on the lt day of July P.'15.
they npprovl an assessment roll showing
the prima facie is -ess meat for the follow
ing des4-rlb d pu!ib Improvement as au
thorized by the improvement resolutions
named :
Improvement Resolution No. 222. 101.1
for the construction of a ewer In Qulncy
street from Poruice avenue to 111. line Ave.
Persons Interested In or affected by saitl
descrUxNl public Improvement are hereby
notified that the board of Public WorJcs of
said !ty ins fixeti July 2"th. T.'l.T as a
date upon wlib u remonstrances will be re
vlved. er heanl. npalnst the amaunt ns
sessel nrainst each ple of property des-erltH-d
In s;1id roll and will determine the
question as to whether such lots or tracts
of land have l-n or will l benefitted
In the amounts named on ald roll, or In
a f renter or less sum than that named
ou said roll.
Said assessment rcll howlnr said pri
ma facie Hsssmnts. with the names of
owners and-descriptions of property sub
Jcet to be nssesseil. Is n file :nd may be
sevn at tlie o4 uf the Hoard of I'ubllc
Works of sal 1 ltr.
Parl of Public W-rks
tto c. n-tstiaii.
Fran. -is I-:. Lunlrt.
Charles F. NiMbalskt.
Arthur P. Pcriej, Clerk of Board.
If you want to find
the real buying power
of your dollars bring
them to the Sailors
Store during: this sale.
See how easily it will fc
deliver to your home lit
any article of furni
ture, rugs or stove
this big store.
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Others are asking $27. u( to $:0 for similar ones. It is
made of well seasoned wood finished in American
quartered oak lined drawer for silverware lare
linen drawer and china closet the mirror is a genuine
French plate. This piece is a genuine Sailor's value.
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Democractic Primary
'.Wednesday, August 6, 1913
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Have You Seen Our
Two Great Ice
Cream Freezers
for only
Cents
It's sanitary, econ
omical and freezes
cream in 10 minutes.
Better get yours to
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day.
W. J.ilLiyili-iEi
114 E. Jeiierson St.
Painting, Wall Papering
and Picture Framing
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How's this for a Bargain? Oak (?ff Off
China Closet like cut only tJJly .0 U
Hood value at $::n.on. n is 7 inches liich. .IS inches
wide. Has Frt neh plate mirror on top, size x 1: "haa
Ifeavy claw feet, four adjui-table shelve., bent glass tnda
and door. Don't pas up this ofcat bargain.
Kvery Iatlfnt a IVoostcr for
SWE1M, The Chiropractor.
Rheumatism.
302-300 Dean Hullln.
Home Phono 23 G3.
Our Success Depend Upon Our
SatLfled I's-tlenL-'.
SMITH & SNllTH
CIIIItOPILXCTOILS.
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a guess on the Kodak Spool Contest, which closes August 1. I
are displayed in our South Window.
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Thousands of folks
have participated in
our sales in the past to
their entire satisfaction.
Join the throng that
will crowd our store
this week. One dollar
is enough to brin you.
Make your selection,
hand the salesman one
dollar, and the article
will be delivered to
vour home at once. If
you cannot use the
Oods now we will
store them for vou
free of charge. Ccme
in tomorrow.
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