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THE SOU 111 NfcVVS-TlMES.
Most Graceful Isdost Temperamental
and Homliest Dancers Here They Are,
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MHNTAL HOFFMAN.
NKW YOI-cK, July "flest's ;imrr,t would normit. f.ir vovrrnl soa-
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iorp-ous iiai.txy fi tinier ana 'f
And ypt .Mrri i st jrf)taliy won't
use? It. He'll jut call his n v turi:;.
comhinntlon "Tho international Tt rp
Fichor'a:i Trif," or something ni
inonilac and ra.y li'' that.
S"on'e trin; snjo ualaxy. (Irpt'.s new
troupe. I'irst, Pnlairo, I-'ronch danrrr,
who wars Vv clotli-s: socdtid, (Jor
trtido Hoffman. American daiuer. who
wears fewer; third. Lady Const a net
Stewart-Ilirhardon, J"ni;lish dancer,
who wears fewest.
Polaire wns soen in this country
two years advertised as the pos
sessor of the ugliest fare and the
smallest waist known to the Parisian
Ftatfo. Her specialty is one of those
interesting lltth- danns in which a
gentleman wearing a rap and a neck
erchief a-lternatev wraps lier around
his neck and slams; her down on the
lloor.
Hoffman has been under ("Jest's
management, .is much as her temper- 1 D 1 T .
sons. When William Hamnurstein
imported Iidy Constance, several
weeks aero, (lest conceived the idea
of staring the six-leed combination.
There is to he a supporting vaudeville
company, and a tour of the nation's
principal art centers will begin early
in the fall.
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Xazimova's ambition to tour the
world, playing in tho lanuuae of
each country she visits, is to be rea
lized in part, according to an an
nouncement from the Charles Fro li
ma n othces.
She is to tour in "T.ella Donna" un
til after the first of the year, after
which she and her company will sail
for Svdney, N. S. W. There a tour
will bein in which she will visit
Australia, South Africa, England.
Itah. France ami Germany, playing
in the vernacular in each country
visited. Tho trip will extend into
MEMBERS OF FIRST
METHODIST HOLD PICNIC
Four Hundred Members of Church
and Their Friends Pay Vlit
to Michigan City.
TVobably the lar-eii Sunday school
picnic that ever left outh Uend, was
held Tuesday by th- First M. I-:,
church when over 4 00 members and
friends of the Sunday school left by
interurhan for Michigan Cit-, where
tho annual outing was celebrated.
Special ears left the interurban
station and carried, the party direct
to the picnic ground. Athletic
events took up the greater part of
the morning, and after the big basket
dinner, a steamboat ride was taken
out on the lake and a large number
went bathing.
It wa.s the biggest picnic and great
est success that the church has ever
had, according to Kidlo C. Piter, su
perintendent of the school. (. Coop
er, physical drector of the Y. M. C.
A., had charge of the sporting events
and a long list of prizes were given.
The party returned to the city at
S:Z0 o'clock in the evenin-r.
ANOTHER AMERICAN
MISSING IN MEXICO
It. M. Kimball Went Across to Other
Side and Failed to Coino
Rack.
REV. G. W. HEMRY WILL
TAKE MONTH'S VACATION
Itcv. J. (). ltoo of Angola, Intl., and
Kev. O. I-:. Tombs to Fill
His Pulpit.
Itov. George "Watson Hemry, pastor
of the First Christian church will de
liver his last sermon before his sum
mer vacation next Sunday. After
Sunday he will begin a month's vaca
tion to be spent partly at hts old home
at McComb, O., and partly on the
great lakes.
. Itev. Mr. Hemry. will deliver. an. ad
dress Thursday night at the Confer
ence of Efficiency, being held at Ash
ley, Ind., this week. Ho will talk on
tho subject, "Men's Work in the
Church". The conference is being
held by the Christian churches of
that vicinity.
Rev. J. O. Rose of Angola, Ind., will
fill the First Christian church pulpit
Aug. 10. A week later services will
be conducted by the Rev. (). E.
Tomes, retiring minister of Misha
waka. Services will be in charge of
the lawmen of the church the last two
Sundays of the month.
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is backed by a half century of brewing success. It has
attained a high standard of excellence that others have
tried in vain to duplicate.
HIGH LIFE appeals to the taste it has the qualities
that distinguish it at once as a beer of unusual merit.
It is the "finest testing beer ever produced."
When you next order beer, try HIGH LIFE and sat
isfy yourself on the question of its taste and quality.
On sale at leading k Buffets, on Dining Cars and
Steamship Lines.
We use light bottles exclusively for this high
grade beer common beer comes in dark bottles
Brewed in Milwaukee by Miller Brewing Co.
MEMBERS OF BOARD
WERE NOT TO BLAME
According to Accountants School
Hoard Knew Nothing of the
Conkjln Mortgage.
Members of the school board that
acted last year were exonerated from
the blame placed upon them retard
ing the Dr. F. il. Conklin mortn;me
which was overhauled by the attor
ney of the school board in filing the
condemnation proceeding papers and
which were afterwards paid by the
nchool board by the .state hoard of
accountants Tuesday. members of
which have been investigating the
records of the school board during
the past six weeks.
The blatue .i placed on the at
torney who tiled the papers as he
failed to find that a mortgage rested
on the propertv. The accountants
EL, PASO, Tex., July r.O. Another
American has disappeared in Juarez,
and United States Consul Edwards
Tuesday was asked to locate him. Ho
is R. M. Kimball, a telegrapher, who
went over the river from here hLst
week. Two friends who accompan
ied him hav returned but say they
do not km v v. 1 at became of Kim
ball. The t..o. they say, was arrest
ed on some vague charge and lodged
WOMAN WANTED HER"
SONS TO STAGE BOUT
Spartan Mother Disappointed When
Commissioner Kef uses Her
a Permit.
WASHINGTON. July SO. A
Spartan mother, Mrs. Catherine
Shrier, appeared .before Commission
er Newman Tuesday to obtain a per
mit for a public boxing match be
tween her two s-ons, Don and Quincy.
The commissioner asked their ages.
"Don's 13 and Quincy's 11." an
swered Mrs. Fhrier. 'VTure they've
been boxing for six years. The boys
are clover -with their lists, and they've
earned their own keep and that of
their sister, too."
Much to Mrs. Shrier's surprise
Commissioner Newman declined to
issue the permit. He also made a
few remarks about the tenderness of
in jail. Several days ago Kimball the ages of the two budding pugil-
wa-s taken from his cell and they ists.
have not seen him since. Whether
he was released, or taken to some
other part of Juarez, they are unable
to say. The incident has increased
the anti-Mexican feeling among the
residents of El Paso.
As the result of the phootintr of
Charles I. Dixon, jr.. the United
States government officials have or
dered immigration inspectors not to
make any more trips across the river.
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Mr. and Mrs. John Meyers, who
have been guests of Chris Meyers and
family for several months, left Tues
day in their auto for their home in
Portland. Ore. They were accom
panied bv Mr. Meyers brother, Will
iam and his niece, Kuth Kinsenmier.
The P.errien county Odd Fellows
picnic will be held in Derrien Springs
on Wednesday. A large number from
Niles will attend.
Mrs. H. Kaehman lias returned
from Battle Creek accompanied by
her sister. Mrs. Z Moore and the
fitter's son.
Mrs. William Ileum was operated
upon Monday at Epworth hospital at
South Uend. ihe is in a precarious
condition but reports concerning her
conditions were more favorably today.
Itesrinald Smith of Niles has been
awarded a. scholarship by the liter
ary department of the Northwestern
university at Evanston. HI. The
scholarship was awarded on his ex
STEEL CORPORATION
HAS BEEN KEPT BUSY
Heport For Past Three 3Iont!is Shows
Total learnings Increased in
the Past Year.
NEW YORK. July r.0. The quar
terly statement of the United States
Steel corporation for three months
ending, June 30 last, issued Tuesday,
was altogether satisfactory in that to-
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and net income of $31,920,611 were
well in excess of former statements.
The quarter shows a gain in total
earnings over the preceding period of
$0,024,230 and in net income of $6,
1G5.6S5 while the surplus is increased
by $G.20S,3SC.
Compared with the corresponding
quarter of J 912, total earnings are in
creased by $16,117,548, net income by
$13,4:1,317 and the quarterly surplus
by the unusually large sum of $13.
u02.SS2 that item a year ago had
dwindled to $".6, 4 S3. Today's state
ments shows the largest total earnings
of any similar period since the quar
ter ending Sept. 30, 1907. when that
item aggregated $4 3.804.2S5 and net
earnings, as net Income was then
tal earnings, amounting to $4 1,219.813 known, amounted to $35,095,105
ELKHART MAN KILLED
BY TRAIN AT CHICAGO
John Itoy, Jr., Who ;ot PnMtion
When He Was 21, Falls
Under the Wheels.
ELKHART, Ind., July CO. Lake
Shore Freight Brakeman John Roy,
jr., age 21, one of the youngest and
most popular railroaders on the west
ern division, met a tragic death in
Chicago shortly after 1 o'clock Tues
day morning when he fell beneath the
train of which he was a member of
the crew. His body was horribly
mangled and identitication was made
will report th,s to the Mate board at , d 5tmU.nt.
Indianapolis when in the rharh.s K. Inanchard of Niles and
report of the inwM:gatton. y , rro(,ks. of IVrUl Iml.f
To Cure Corns, Callouses
Bunions and Aching Feet
Tfe f:i.Mti!- i f. be tie MIP
:if..l tj'if k' t u:e ki :i t f .r
fill f .'t ailnhentN : "leN.he t ; t tble
l" nf i: !s .f C(li-!e i in jn'iuid in a
b.'t"'n of w:!r!n :i!cr. .-( k t! - feet la
C.N f..r fully tiftee:: ::ib.':t.. ir-:itly rub
bing ll:e sore p-i-u." 'fie ffeet N re illy
w !'. rful. All rc:: i: -es
fi:-iiit:v ; t!;e I..-: f,Ti
hi'l.tful. Crrs iri.l -.UetiN
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To be s?.V. u .t t.t . ure tl."
w ..-.: f''f. It works t!iie!!z!i
t!.e p.'te-. ::, re::,.e t;-r-
i:.' cf th tru!-!e. l.'Ut w;.i.. :!:.
;n ur:eTtai,i r-:i;ei !-. Ar.y r t; c I-1 I. .is
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fn It la a few Lvurs f;oia I;i Mb-!-.s;iIe
A : be' l-e.;.'.! rlj.'.t'e!. I
JF X H.S IcstU'iMti relief f..
. ijj iu;il ::. we,tty. n !!y :h
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were married Monday afternoon by
Justice Nillman.
Mrs. Arthur dohn and daughter
have returned from Mi.bllebury, Ind.,
after a visit with her sister, Mrs. lelle
Weiser.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Vilson, of Chi
cac ar' guests of Mr. and' Mrs.
Ctorge Volkhart, who are now at
Darren lake for two weeks' vacation.
iler.ri;e Muntly and family of
Ipwich. N. H., are guests of the
Mur.tly families in Nile: and vicinity.
Mr. and Mrs. William Starke. of
S. Fifth St., are parents of a daughter.
For Cuts, Hums and Rruiscs
In every home there should be a
box of Rucklen's arnica Salve, ready to
apply in rveiy ciie of burns, cuts,
wounds or scalds. J. H. polanco.
Pclvalle. Tex., R. No. 2. writes:
Rucklen's , nica Sah c cured my little
girl's cut foot. No (me believed it
could be cured." The world's besrt
salve. Only 2 5c. Recommended by
Ml Drue;: is u. Advt.
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ADLER & CO. 119 IV. Washington Ave.
Successor to PETEZiSOJV Z ATLE
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positive only by a pass which he car
ried. A pa'hetic incident in connection
with the death of the young man is !
the fact that his position a,s a brake
man was secured for him by his
father. Lake Shore Passenger Con
ductor John Hoy, who withheld in
formation of it until the 21st birthday
of the victim last April. It was a
birthday present and the industrious!
young man declared that he appre
ciated it more than any other that
could have been given him.
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FUNERAL DIREGTOR
I furnish the complete equip
ment, from the first call to the
i burial.
IJoth I'hones
219 So. St. Joe SU
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