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THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES.
MONDAY, JUTA 2. 191.1 REAL FRENCH WOMAN NOT FRIVOLOUS, GAY OR OVERDRESSED, SAYS BILLIE BURKE. SHE'S A BUSINESS PARTNER. aft nv iullii: iujrkh. THi: IUTZ-CARLTON PARIS. July 27. Almost every American man r woman has a well-prounded i(!f-a that ALL French women arc frivolous and rather lax. The extreme contrary Is the case, lut you see tho5f of us who stay at home Kt our Idea of (he French woman from the French novel and newspaper accounts of those butter flies of the stapi and deml-mondo whose vagaries the- bi Paris dress making establishments are only too plad to coin into fashions for the too rich American woman of money. In the "ham moirde a woman Is free only to live her own life after she marries and even then she has none of the liberty given the married woman in America. A Frenchman would never let his wife travel abroad for a year or so without him, as do our American husbands. He. on the contrary, will leave his wife in the country-house to scrimp and economize that their daughters may be well married while he goes up to Paris for a good time! The women of ancient lineage are always working and ' scheming for their children. They are the custod-i ians or the honor and success of the family. To the high class French woman her children come first. After the first years of marriage all her life Is centered in them, for she has been taught this is her destiny: Those born in the great middle stratum of society usually became partners of their husband and you see them taking charge of the books and the money in the little restau rants and shops. Mm . 1 mkX WANTED 1,500 Boys to be at Springbrook Park BOYS' DAY, WKIXKSI.Y, JUI,Y 30. ARE LOOKING FOR MAN IN THE CASE rolico Think Ctrl Wlio Died at Bos ton Hospital Was Party to Suicide Pact. Really the women who set the fashion In France are usually only conspicuous in too-public places and their beauty Is less impeachable, as n rule, than their reputations. One might as well say that the nntics one sees on the stage at "The Follies" are typical of our serious American drama as to nay that the much-written-about women who con tribute to the gayest city In the world are the typical French type. You never see the great ladles of the Faubourg St. Germalne rushing nbout In conspicuous costumes at the different places where the tourist loves to think he is seeing French life and manners. Neither do you see the frugal "femme" of the "bour geoisie" making a public exhibition of herself or her apparel on the street or in the restaurant. There is no woman in the world who is bound by tradition and con vention as is the French woman. Her birth places her unerringly in a cer tain social station and she must act as every other women in that station acts. French girls seldom marry out of their class and the model and the little middenette who have no one to give them a dot seldom are able to marry at all, although they may be come the idols of Paris and the ar biters of the world's fashions. Marriage In France is a business; love has seldom much to do with it. "Love matches," as we Americans call them, are almost as scarce in France as among the Japanese and yet the average French matron, sur rounded by her children and busy with their present and future wel fare, seems quite as happy, as does the clever married woman In the United State whose Interests are more diversified and who can see easy divorce in the distance if her husband does not quite suit her. I admire the French woman very much. Her love of home and family always appeals to me. GURREil BILL WILL BE PASSED II THIS SESSION President Assured That Some Action Will be Taken if the Caucus Has to be Called Upon. WASHINGTON, July 2S. Pres. Wilson has received further assur ances from leaders In congress that bis program of currency reform will receive favorable action at this ses sion of congress. These assurances have bren made in the face of sharp epllt amongst democrats of the house banking and currency committee, ind In spite also of the desire of many democrats in the senate to delay cur rency action until the December ses sion. Ilap'd progress has been made on the tur.ft bill in the senate and the president and his congressional ad visor have been encouraged at the rrospect of the passage of the tariff bill much earlier than had been ex pected. Republican senators, de feated at every turn in their efforts to amend the hill, have given wiy on much of their proposed opposition; and the democrats propose to push the revision bill rapidly during the coming week. While democrats of the house cur rency committee have found it dim cult to agree on the Glass-Owen cur rency bill, the house leaders and Prts. Wilson believe the measure can be whipped into shape in a demo cratic c?4L:us, if It is necessary to ndopt that course. The president has been conferring with the so called 'insurgents' one by one and has se cured their views and ascertained the strength of their opposition. lirthcr Effort Tills Week. It is believed the bill could be taken Into a caucus with the backing of the president. Democratic Leader Underwood. Speaker Clark and Chairman Glass, and perfected there and given the endorsement of the democratic party. Further efforts Avlli be made this week to bring the hous committee members together on the bill but should the. attempts fall, the administration is prepared to push the currency measure into the house without delay. The tariff bill has gone through its early st.is in the senate with unex pected rapidity. Few members have made general tariff speeches and It Is believed the debate will be meagre during the next two or three weeks. The chemical schedule has been practically completed Saturday; the earthenware tariff will be taken up Monday with Sen. Stone in charge of the debate. Interest in the revision has flagged throughout the week and Indications point to less republican opposition as the bill progresses. Sen. IaFollette has not yet entered the debate. He has employed two experts for many weeks, in preparing substitutes for many schedules of the democratic tariff when these are offered, the Wis consin senator Is expected to lead a hard fight for their adoption; and democratic leaders are looking for ward to that phase of the debate as most likely to cause delay. Feel Sure of Wool. Sen. LaFollette will offer substi tutes for the wool schedule. A con certed effort is to be made on the republican side, to break up the dem ocratic ranks on the free wool Issue; but democratic lead lnt" iMLI"- woolen tariff will go througn by a safe margin without change. Congress Is standing by as to the Mexican situation, waiting for an out come of negotiations now going on in the executive departments, before attempting to formulate any definite, expression as to a Mexican policy. The president has encountered fur ther opposition In the senate as to recent appointments. Several of his diplomatic appointments still remain unconfirmed, and a fight is being made against several micor appoint ments. Objections by Sen. Vardeman BOY STRIKES BOAT IN DIVE FROM THE BRIDGE Mllo Oswalt Takes a Plunge and Docs Not Notice the Approach ing Boat. . ELKHART, Ind.. July 28. An ac cident, in which 15-year-old Mllo Os walt dove from the McNaughton park bridge, striking a boat and breaking BOSTON, July 2 8. A suicide pact J is believed to have led to the death ! of Uose Flvanson, aged 20, of Hart- j ford. Conn., who was found in a hotel j room Sunday, a victim of poisoning. The police are looking for- an un known man who registered with the girl at the hotel Saturday night. Sunday morning the man, who seemed 111, went to the hotel office and inquired ihe address of a doctor. Half an hour later groans were heard from the room and the girl was found at the point of death. A fragment of paper clutched in her hand bore the name, G. W. Mann, Shelbyvllle. Ind.," and asked the police not to blame "Billy." "I am tired of the life I am leading and am doing this with a clear mind," the note said. The girl was taken to the city hos pital where she died. The police think the pair intended to die to gether but that the man after his first sip of the poison, changed his mind. He had not been found at a late hour Sunday night. TRY NEWS-TIMES WANT ADS GROW YOUR HAIR Hcfferllne'a Hair Tonic and Gray mix Restorer, the treat California discovery, by John W. Hefferline, Is one of the greatest hair growers and dandruff enre In tha world. It feeds starved hair and makes It grow. Does not color the acalp. Mann factured and sold by John W. Hefferline, 1044 Demple avenue, Dayton, Ohio; 1111 East Tirst street, Muncie, fnd. Large bot tles $1.00 prepaid oa receipt of price. Ad. ertimcnt. which marred the pleasure of the 2, 5C0 participants in the Lake Shore employes' picnic. The accident occurred about 6 o'clock. Young Oswalt with a num ber of other companions of his own age were diving off of the bridge into the St. Joseph river. Oswalt failed to notice a boat coming underneath the span and his head struck the side with a thud that could be audibly heard by people on the opposite bank of the river, a distance of 300 feet away. The occupants of the boat pulled the limp form of the boy into the have now raised an issue over Adam boat. A physician on the grounds E. i'atterson, the Negro recently nominated for register of the treas ury. Sen. Vardeman has declared he will oppose the confirmation of Patterson. SOME NEWS NOTES. Quick job printing office. H. A. Fershingr, 230 S. Mich. st. Room 6. Davles' Laundry. Boti phones. Leslie, the optician. 301 S. Mich stv Dr. Stoeckley, Dentist, 511 J. M. S. Rubber Stamps and Alphabets made by 11. A. Pershing, 230 S. Mich. st. Room 6. was on the scene in a few minutes and made a careful examination, re sulting in finding that the fracture of the right arm above the elbow was the only injury sustained. Young Oswalt was huddled into the physician's automobile and taken to the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Owen Oswalt, 1323 Chestnut St., where the fracture was reduced. 1,178 DLANK5ETS EXPELLED AT SACRIFICES. This great lot will constitute a Tuesday's Sale which has been de signed to make history at Robertson's The big store needs the room at any Walsh ! liest. Dentists, Room 6, cost. See opposite page the Rob J. M. S. Bldg. ertson ad. Advt. Summer Foods As Cause of Dyspepsia Many Also Get DlarrlKea What to Do In lather Cae. Summer ought to be the months of" most perfect health, but owing to con taminated water and milk, unripe fruit, germs and insects, the average of health is not good at this time of the year. There is much skin trouble from acid fruits, and much dyspepsia and diarrhoea from cold foods and iced beverages. The skin trouble is easily stopped by discontinuing fruit for a few days, and by the use of a mild laxative to clean the bowels and tone the blood. The dyspepsia Is likewise corrected by the use of a laxative that has com bined with It the elements of a diges tive tonic. Hence the best remedy to use Is Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, which, as Its name indicates, is a pleasant laxative combined with the virtues of pepsin, which we all know is the best cure for Indigestion. Use Syrup Pepsin also for summer diarrhoea. Avoid astringents, physic and cathartics, as they are unneces sarily harsh. Thousands of good American families prefer Dr. Cald well's Syrup Pepsin, among them those of Mrs. W. A. Taylor. Belolt. Wis., who rinds she can give It to her baby without causing cramps or pains, and Mrs. Wm. O. Klchter, Clayville, I ri I 1 ijlimttmsins 10c- 10c 3IORAL Moving Pictures And Vaudeville PRYOU & ADDISON, Comedy Talking and Singing. McKEE RICHMOND, "Tho Irish Caruo." WILLARD ERIIARDT ROSE BECKERIC1I Songs. Hi ill i ,1 . w Hi 1 I 1 S11I0 nHIGHESTER S PILLS Vy. THE DIAMOND BUAXD, A. ft DIAMOND KRAND PILLS, for C4 j itrs knows ts Bt. Si'et, Always Relithlt : seioBitaaisisHamiEis LL KI I F A v - YC jt -i THE ELIEL PHARMACY Cor. Wsh Ave. and Lafayette Si. KMIL REYK, Ph. G.( Mgr. Ihonra Home 5Stf2; Hell 392. The Best of Drugs Efficient and prompt service. These have - made our reputation. W. J.NEIDHART 114 E. Jefferson St. Painting, Vall Papering and Picture Framing NELSON . E Democratic Candidate for MAYOR Will hold trio following mass meetings: Tuesday Evening Colfax School. Wednesday Evening Linden School. Thursday Evening Elder Sclvool. Friday Evening River Park School. All voters are Invited. You have heard the other candi dates. Hear me. Advertisement. Rubber Novelties of All Kinds at THE RUBBER STORE, 206 S. Michigan St. BOYS' DAY, JULY 30th Springbrook Park. Balloon Aonlont Band Concerts, Content With Watches for Vrirc. 11 DaJlr Train Glirard L H. O RVIS FUNERAL DIRECTOR Tjady Assistant 124 North Michigan St. Home 5297. Hell 297 At'TO ISIDlLOfCE 6E21TOCK. HIRAM C KRIEGHBADH FUNERAL DIREOTOR 03 t. Main St. rjioT Ho;" ; jt-n vr.. PATENTS KtlZ Trade Mark Obtained In a'.l Countries. Advice Free. GEO. J. OLTSCH. RegUterod Patent Atty.. 711. 112 Studebaker BUfir South Bend. Iis4 SAILORS J i Great Dollar Sale One Dollar down and One Dollar a week will buy any article in our store up to JL m $25 i ncse terms are tor a limited time only. 4 Pabst Beer Alawsy piiro, lijiht or lark. Deliv ered to vour homo. ' C p r dozen. j. norrM.vx 231 . .Mlchi-nn St. 1V11 2"7.". Homo r.9l. HARRY L YE RR CK FUNERAL DIRECTOR I furnish the complete equip ment, from the first call to the burial. Both Vhoiios 219 So. St. Joe St. Our SuorrKs Dermis Cpon Our Satl.flrtl Tatlents. SMITH & SMITH ClimorilACTTOILS. 21 S V. Wayne. II. Phone 2 19fi. South BciwL Intl. SAMUEL DIXON, Candidate for Councilman In the Fourth Ward. The legislative powers of a city are Tested In the city council. This body passes uion franchies and other mat ter of tle highest iniportancH; to the people. Many cities huic sulTeretl from the Ignorance, and lack of quali fications of its councilmen. A city of our size needs councilmen of the high est caliber, honesty, energy, judgment and courage to btand for the right. Xo man is entitled to sit in the city council who is dishonest, a weakling or a trimmer. No man in . the fourth ward lias higher or belter qualifications for this position than Samuel Dixon of River Park. lie will be it credit to the city and the people who elect him. His friends arc rallying to his supjmrt and we freely predict that he will sit In the next city council. A vote for him Is a step toward good government. Advertisement. TRY NEWS-TIMES WANT ADS TRY NEWS-TIMES WANT ADS The INDIANA TITLE AND LOAN COMPANY Has moved its offices to the old Savings Bank Bldg. Ground Floor. T.I The rooms hav been specially litted for the Abstract and Title business. Come in and see us. Francis M. Jackson, President. Zar Hagey, Secretary. 2C 9 ET a 0-0 EXAMINATION I am making: a special offer to afflicted men until Dec. 2 5. Ono that will surprise you whrn you invepii gate. This offer will enable every afflicted man to reag-ain his health, no matu-r what his circumstance? roriy he. My fees are within the reach of every man. Don't think you are too poor to Ink' my tre-atrnent, but come and see me at once. It will cost you nothing to have a friendly chat with me. Come and b examined by a Specialist, permanently located, and the best equipped office in this country for curing men. Advice free. Call today. Mm&d Many Cases Cured as Low as $3.50. Nothing to Pay Unless Cured fit m- - ii- i i IV i - - ' D Vaii O iiff fw sour stomach, bloalins after eating, hoadacho, backache, dizzinps. s;xrks b w wUuUIICIfore your eyes, hot and cold flashes, lamo back, scanty high-colon urin, burning. stingrin or difficult urination, splotches under skin, loss of energy, ambition, vim, vior, vitality, bashful, timid, nervous weakness, loss of confidence, brooding:, blues, lack of ability to concentrate mind, thoughts wander, cold feet, itching of skin, vital loss, excessive thirst, pains around h -urt. at bas"? of brain or down limbs? Dq you have difficulty in fixing your thoughts? Is your memory poor? Do you get w?ak suddenly? Are you nervous and irritable? Are you the man physically and mentally thai you formerly were? Can you accompliah wh.it your healthy friends and acquaintances can? If not, you are laboring undt-r a great handi cap. Com and let me make you strong and well again at a very small cost. 3C OTLTiHrSJE IMEIESW J.JSTJD Bl3S33T OrJ NO CURE NO PAY I HAVE CURED THOUSANDS WHY NOT LET ME CURE YOU? Va., who considers it a laxative tonic absolutely unexcelled. They know of no pleasanter cure for constipation, liver trouble. indigestion, summer diarrhea, etc. it is valuable to all the family from infancy to old ase. Children like its taste. All druggists sell it at fifty cents and one dollar a bottle, the latter being the family size. Families wishing to try a free sam ple bottle can obtain it. postpaid, by addressing Dr. W. n. Caldwell, 418 Washington St.. Montlcello, 111. Advertisement. "606" BLOOD POISON 606.t Scientific treatment only nhouM be ued in com btlnff this lottlwome disease. I cure KypMHs by the new Efbrlec&.HaU Spflr. I Introduce it into, tte blood which it reorganizes, neutralising and eipHing pols-oo from the sjrtem. New blcKnl thus formed supplies and rebuild the tksu in such a way tha.t the patient recorerg hL$ norm! rtote of tealtti, atrength atrd soundness la 30 days' time. TILES A'D FISTULA The sequelae of these aXflictiona are distress ing nerous reflexes ami painful coodltloca. My treatmeTit and success are the result of years of. experience. I can cure Pil wlthoat rvttlnc. I cure yoa wttbnt pain or detention from occupa tion. T glTe you a written guarantee to cure piles atrd fistula. NERVOUS DEBILITY Cerrbro, where the meet a 1 forces are Impaired. Fplnal. where the ptnal centers are liiYolved. Vital, wherc the sympathetic nervous system and forces are deranged by reflex effects of disease. I trewt thepe eon4rUns and all weakness inlurfd by nervoirs coin plications and eice!es and put yoii on the riffht track to health, restoring- the ecKlriloos eserlal to your future life a-od huppl ns. HERNIA (RUPTURE) Dlffrejrard of existing henrla has cost cany ltTes. The amnUeat herrlaa are the mot daayerous to life because of the iacraed llaMHry to strangu lation. I cure rupture In detected cases with per fect safety and entail no auffertnsr. and do cot detain you from your occupation, under grrarantee. Saoy cases cuTrd to stay cured ra one treataenL. VARICOCELE II VIIROCELE Impair Tltailty. I Jnlly dnor.rate that Varlo (e! arKl hvdrooe mn fe curel In oe treat mnt in hk-Ji .1 wt1fatiry r-ay that tbe rltal parts nre pn-Tvd ar.l :vt. gt!Ar.M, pAln wlllr.r. uhsl-l"s, a h!thy i!ru!at!r'n L rapidly r-estaMIshl, instfal cf the d--prrV.tg coadl tina. I jcnarante you t cure to ttaj carM or refund the monry. KIDNEV, IJ LA DDE It AND PKOoTATIC DIS EASE. With thes-3 Slseafs you may hare more cin pi 1 cations than are pr-s-atI by any othr li eeil orparrt. Ky my earc!.Ir: liluiil:yttion of the hlad3r I lteris!re aurately the aiM by mlcr.-.pU-cl examlr.atl n a rxl u!5t!ys. I nrake rtoutly rsre th' crdtt!on of the kldx-eys, thus Iriylr-g f un2arwr,s for ientl2c treatx&eat. I ALSO CURE nUTTURE, PILI-S, FISTULA KIDXEY ANT) BHDDEIl AND PROSTATE DISI1VSES. niiOOD IOISON AND ALL OTHER MEN'S DISEASES QUICKLY. PEILMANENTLY AND WITIIOOT PAJN OR IXSS OP TIME. TrtT7ACii0ntp Jy lXt exclusive and disunctlo rnelijodj reasonable charges, and Onarontco biforc placing your cjte fbrw Iirre lUYCdUgdlC Constiltation and Examination Free and Confidential. Examinations tree. flc$rln trea.trarnt now Today. II you can't cadi, writo for symptom Wank. All letters promptly answ-red. Houn 0 to 12; 1 to 5; Evenings, 7 to 8; Sunday, 9 to 12 only FLEE SOUTH BEND, IND. Entire Front Floor Over Peck's Shoe Store. 109y2 W. WASHINGTON AVENUE 5 Large Rooms Fully Equlppe3. 2t