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SMALL HOUSE M USED GARS AR Resinol No Cure TO KEEP -COOL mump d n ft THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES. Keep Circulation Moving Free ly at Night and Darken Rooms During Day. H H Keeping the house cool In summer Is not always an easy problem to iolvo. People who have large houses and money enough to equip them with electric fans and other appliances can. of course, keep very comfortabe. but tt is more difficult to manage It in email houses. Window s rv. ust be shaded with blinds, shutters or awnings, and be well screened All the heavy hin.srtn.KS should be removed and where possible the carpet, should be taken up and cool colors, such a white, gray, light preens and blues, should take the ! place of v.armer colors. Iheu white muslin curtains soften the light, though many people object to even that much draper, says the New York Tribune. The coolest hours of summer are the night hours. Therefore the night air should be allowed to circulate freely through every part of the ! house. The best circulation is ob- I top and bottom instead of entirely at the bottom. This lets out the hot air and lets in the cool. When this j method is followed put the screen in the lower sash of one window in each room and in the upper sash of an other. As it is Important that sunlight, too, should enter the house at some time of the day. open all the blinds and windows in the early morning for a little while. Then darken the house for the rest of the day. Attic Should J to Ojion. It Is especially important that the attic and cellar should have proper ventilation. In the former a skylight or window should be kept open night and day, except, of course, when it rain?:. Tne cellar windows should be open only at night when it is com paratively cool. Open them at sun down and close them at 8 o'clock in tho morning. Neglect of this method cf airing the cellar causes a great deal of trouble during the hot weather. If the windows are not closed duri the heat of the day the warm, moisture laden air enters the cellar and con denses on walls, pipes, metals, etc. The colder the surface the greater will he the amount of moisture that will condense upon It, and a few days of neglect will make the cellar so health iiesmoi ror skin RESINOL Ointment and Res inol Soap stop itching tn stantly and soon restore the skin to perfect health, in even the worst cases of eczema, rash, ringworm, tetter or other tormenting, unsightly eruptions. Prescribed by physicians for over eighteen years. Resinol Ointment is also most effectire antiseptic, healing dressing for cuts, burns, scalds, bruises, bites, stings.cnaiingi, &c. The nearest drus-iHit !! Rninol O'nt I ment()cand $1.00) and Resinol Soao (25c Sor you can try them free by writing to Dept. 33-S. Resinol. Baltimore, Ml., for jllTER-SIJITE HEAD GIVES TESTIMONY E. A. Rinker Makes Interesting Statement He Verifies Re port Says ' He Personally Investigated the Newspaper Claims Made by Local Doc tors in Regard to Cures They Have Made. Mr. E. A. Rinker, head of the Inter state Advertising Company of South Bend. Indiana, is one of the promi nent men In his line of business in northern Indiana. lie has been one cf the most active advocates for clean and honest publicity methods. Some lime this spring Mr. Rinker by chanca read an article telling of certain cure being made by the United doctors, and with doubt in his mind set to investigating these statements. Hfl wo much surprised at finding all theii testimonials were bona flde, and thai Ihc patients who gave them were Itrorg In their unstinted praise of these specialists and their methods of treatment. Having a peculiar gTowth on his side he decided to consult them and tee what they would. Bay in regard to his condition. He reports as follows: "During the early part of last win ter I suffered with pain and consid erable. Irritation In my right side. This condition continued until it bc fran to give me considerable uneasi ness and Interfered with my work. I became somewhat nervous and Ir ritable, and began to lose Mesh. I had heard considerable of the United Doc tors, and had talked with some of their patients, all of whom seemed wrll satisfied with the treatment they bad received. So I decided to consult them regarding the trouble In my side. I railed at their offices and the doc tor in charge gave me a rigid exam ination, and told me I was suffering fcith a tumorous growth In the right l.de. After the doctor went into tha details of my case and explained how fuch a growth could cause my trou bles, and assured m that he could raft ly and permanently remove the fame, I decided to place myself in his care. I must say that under his line cf treatment the growth in my sld ppeedily disappeared, the irritation cvasvd. I Vegan to gain tlesh and all of my nervous symptoms subsided. I um feeling as well and strong. as ever today, and feel confident that the re lief afforded me is permanent. It is gratifying to me to make this public statement, as I have come to regard the I'ntte.i Doctors very high ly, not enly for their ability as scien tific men of medicine, but as rrei of moral worth and courage, who are rtriving conscientiously to build thir business on a foundation of truth and veracity. Believing this I feel no hesi tancy in recommending their services to any cf my friends who may be in r.ced of them. A. E. RINKER. 325 S. William St." J Letters from such men as Mr. Rinker will no doubt cause many who are suffering from long-standing, deep-seated diseases, to consult these master mediral specialists who have their South Rend Intitute located on ,the Fcond floor cf the Toepp bulld .lng. on South Main street, opposite the postoff.ee, The physicians in charge will give nil callers their complete scientific ex amination and consultation free of 'charge, and will frankly tell yo'j (Whether or not they can benefit your 'case. They refuse to waste your mony and their time If your case Is beyond relief. They have curel many 'fas3 after other doctors had given up. It may be yoxir case is one that will respond to United Treatment, e-ven though ordinary doctors hav damp that it will not be a suitable place for keeping food. Several devices may be used to cool the air. A modified form of the tattle employed in India for this purpose, could be had in any country house. Make frames the same as for window screens and tack on these enough nar row tapes to form a support for a thick bed of grass. Now cover with long grass fastened to the frame by sewing with twine. These frames should be placed in the windows and kept wet. The air passing through them is cooled. A garden syringe may be used to spray them with wa ter. As these screens are not espe cially ornamental they should be placed in windows that are not ex posed to view. Three or four of these screens will do a great deal to ward keeping the air in the house cool and fresh. Wet Screens Help. A simpler screen may be made by covering a frame with coarse flannel, which should be kept wet in the same way as the grass screen. It is not so effective ns the tattle and it requires more care, as the flannel dries more quickly than the grass. Another way is to put llannel over the ordinary screens, wetting it from time to time. If one or two windows downstairs and a couple upstairs are fitted with these wet screens they can be open all day, thus keeping the air in the house In circulation. In the south old sheets or pieces of muslin are often hung in the door ways that face the breeze, fresh wa ter being thrown on them as often as they dry out. If the piazza floors can be ushed and the water allowed to evarorate, the "house will seem cooler. This free use of water, however, should be confined chleily to dry days, when the evaporation is rapid. On murky days little comfort could be gained. On these days one's comfort is increased if some of the moisture can be removed from the air. and for this purpose quicklime is very effect ive. Put large lumps of lime in earthen bowls and place about the rooms. The lime has a strong alfmity for water and absorbs it from the at mosphere. The slacked lime which results ma,y be used about the garden or the outbuildings. That it 13 now not only possible but easy to make a motor trip across the continent in a closed car has just been demonstrated by J. W. Cation, a Los Angeles machinery contractor. Mr Catron and his party are now at Rochester, N. Y., attending a family reunion and a wedding cele bration. They arrived after 'their trip from Los Angeles, with a report of de luxe travel that has aroused the envy of all who have heard it. "My wife and I have always main tained that one-compartment closed car would be ideal for such a trip," said Mr. Catron. "We bought one in the spring, tried it out in California and found it fully up to our hopes. We laid out a schedule, calling for 102 miles a day and started. "Beforo we had been long on the road, we revised the schedule to 12 3 miles a day and bettered even this figure throughout, making Rochester in 21 running days. "Those who regard their closed cars as suitable only for pavement driving are missing a large share of the enjoyment that might easily be theirs. I have owned and driven touring cars for many years but I have never made a trip in such per fect comfort as the one we are just concluding. "We made no effort at extreme speed; in fact, I never let the car ex ceed 3S miles an hour. On a turn, a closed car swings a bit more than a touring car, due to its higher center of gravity, so I took all turns, partic ularly those in the mountains, very carefully. We studied the various adjustments ; for ventilation and found that it was perfectly possible to travel even 1 through the deserts without discom-1 fort, keeeping a cool, dustless breeze circulating through the interior of the car at all times. PI No Pay (V . : .. : . v. . ::';. ,v -4 X v'--v..v,-.: J v : - X - . Nt-- N , ; -r: - " "-v - w: i? -X ' z - i - ,J:4U" J ' V- ' 1 i. . , v s , ' -' i . A o w v "n -t 'Jim . life I n El Fc5 IvF3 Fs THINK BEAST CAME AS SHOVEL HIT CAP O. F. FLEENER, M. D., Expert Doctor for Ten Only. Not a Dollar Need Be Paid Unless Cured! itocKViM.K vim:it ax dkad. ROCKVILLK. Ind., Aug. 4. Thomas A. Ilritton. age 78, a civil war veteran, is dead after an illness of a few hours. He was a member of Company I, 31st Indiana. and fought through the battle of Shlloh. He is survived by one daughter and two sons. Dualln in Debris Set Off 175 Pounds of Dynamite Which Liberated and Kxploded Gas Near Itescucrs. TOWER CITY. Pa., Aug. 4. The number of dead as a result of the double explosion at the East Brook- side colliery of the Philadelphia and i Reading Coal and Iron Co. Saturday was increased to 19 Sunday by the death at Pottsville of John Lorenz, mine superintendent. Daniel Farley and John Fessler, lire bosses, are still in the workings in spite of the unusual efforts which have been ; made to rescue them. It is now al most certain that they are buried under a big fall of rock, which oc curred in the vicinity of the tunnel where the first explosion occurred. Theory of 3 liners. The theory of the miners as to the cause of the accident is that the first explosion was one of dynamite, probably caused by the laborers in the tunnel striking a daulin cap in the debris with their shovels, setting off 175 pounds of dynamite which had been carried into the mine in the morning by the tunnel workers. This explosion, it is believed, liberated a large body of gas which exploded just as the rescuing party neared the tunnel, killing live of the six in the party. Howard Hand, who was among the rescuing force killed, just had quit work to return home to pitch for the Reiner City baseball team. The explosion occurred before he left the mouth of the slope and he returned with the rescuers and was killed. His brother, a player on the same club, was also killed. MEN You have only one life to live. Why not live it in full enjoy considerations. It means freedom from anxiety and suffering. It mean means new vitality and restoration of perfect health. It means, a stro tlcnts express regrets that every person who Is afflicted do not know and ences over and over, telling why they were in doubt before they came to treatment, which was absolutely reliable. I am the only specialist In S with tho result accomplished, and who glvo a written guarantee of not a effected, ment of vitality? To gain a cure is moro Important than all other earthly s happy contentment for you, and for those dependent upon you, It nger hold upon life and broader field of opportunity. Many of my r& understand what I can do for them many report their, own experi me, and how sorry thev weie that they did not sooner' learn of my outh Bend who makes no charge unless the patient Is entirely satisfied cent to be paid for service if a complete tuid permanent euro Is not $10 EXAMINATION ft FREE! 1 A n V 914 Blood Poison, Skin Dbease 606 Are you afflicted, mortllied, demoralized, discouraged, tortured and In danger from this awful life consuming poisons in your blood? You are if you have these symptoms. Rash, Sores, Ulcers, Sore Mouth or Throat, Swollen Glands, Mu cous Patches, Hair or Eyebrows falling out, Skin Blotches, Copper-Colored Spots, Rheumatic Pains, Ach Ing in Bones or Joints, Ectcma, Itch ing, Burning, Nervousness. 914 -Cures After Hot Springs Fail 608 My treatment cures the above symptoms in 1 to 3 dayi o you nor any one would -ever know you ever had tho trouble. Varicocele It in a knotty, 'bunchy, twisted, wormy-like or rup tured condition of the veins more often on left side. The cause is usually horseback and blcycla riding and Tpi 7 with fly a Gas Swatter Take every precaution against sickness during this vitality sapping weather. Get rid of the house fly. A cool, clean All-Gas Kitchen is a big factor in this endeavor. It makes it easy to eliminate breeding places for flies. To help our consumers rid their houses of this dangerous pest, we will give a screen swatter to every adult who comes to our office before August 10th,. as long as the supply lasts. Get one. u hanging over, folly. Symptom? Aching of Pain in Groin or Back, felt while standing, Nervousness, Twitching. Jerking. Weakness, Loss of Vitality, Sweaty, Cold Feeling, Languid, Weak, Wornout all over, lack of power and Am bition, Hradaehe, Restless at Night and Debility. I cure Varicocele without a sever surgical operation or suffering or keeping yu away from business. Private DiSCaSeS ItchJnf?"' Burning Discharge, Swelling, Painful Rheumatism. Strong injections and drug store remedies seldom cura the above symptoms, and they nearly always cauw obstruction In the canal and serious kidney or bladder troubles. Don't tool with, them because they are cheap. RUPTURE CURED The majority of cases cured in a few treat ments without cutting, pain or risk. Thirty per cent of surgical opera tions are failures. My records show a perfect cure in over 95 per cent of the cassj treated. We know you will think it impossible to cure rup ture as v d. Let me prove It by what I have done. It will be the happiest tlmo or your life when you return home cured. t 1 H I Nervousness, Weakness, Waste3 Vitality, Failing Power, Debility The great army cf men who are discouraged, embarrassed, despond ent, weak, unsuccessful and unable to enjoy all the good things ofl!fe, from dissipation, excesses, folly disease, overwork, worry or bad health may have any of the following symptoms: Nervousness, Weakness, Loss of Vitality, Bad Dreams, Drain on the System. Poor Memory. Loss of Energy and Ambition, Tired. Worn Out Feeling, Embarrassed, Timid, Headache, Backache, Abuse, Excesses, Melancholy, Discouraged, Weak Vitality, Easily Excited, Weak Trem bles, Restless of Night, Pimples, Varicocele, Heart Flutters and other symptoms that destroy manhood. A safe, rapid and permanent cure for Weakness Is found by neq from the treatment I give them. All symptoms are Foon gone. Strength., vim, vigor, vitality, and robust feeling are quickly restored. We don't ruin men with strong damlna, nux vomica, phosphorus and strychnine preparations which aro given as "weak men medicines." Stricture, Kidney, Bladder and Prostatic Diseases Thousands of men suffer, and are ruined from a disease they at first don't think amounts to much, and these symptoms soon begin: Frequent Desire, Obstruction, Difficult. Painful Passage, Discharge, Straining, Pain in Back, Bladder and Kidneys, Enlarged Glands. Nerv ousness, Itching, Burning, Swelling, Uric Acid, Brick Dust, Sediment or Strong Smell. I can stop those, symptoms right away, and they won't come back, because the cajuse of them is done away with by a cure being effected. HYDROCELE cured in one treatment. PILES, FI5TULA I can cure you so quickly and easily that you will be surprised. I give you just the result and cure you arc looking for without a surgical operation. Call for Free Consultation and Advice or Write Me a Full Description of Your Case. and your letter will have my personal attention. My complete Laboratory Examinations are FREE to all who may call. Office Hours 9 to 12 a. m., 1 to 6 p. m., 7 to 8 p. m. Sundays 9 to 12 a. m. UNDER MY SPECIAL OFFER! Many Cases Cured in One Treatment I am making a special offer to afflicted men. One that will 5urprise you when you investigate. This offer will enable every afflicted raw to regain, his health, no matter what hia circumstances ma)' be. My fee j aro within reach of every man. i Do you feel that you are not tho man you once were nr.d would liters to be brought back to your old self, and Invigorated and developed to what means a real man? Don't let money matters or false pride keep you away. Thousands of men are wrecked yearly through neg-lect, ig norance and fooling with. Incompetent epeclallsts. If worry or hard work has worn you out: if your nerves are un strung or sapped, come to me. Do you lack Energy and Ambition for Business Pursuits? Have you lost the Health and Strength you once had? Are you as tired in the morning as at night? Are you tired after Blight exorcise? Do you feel Nervous and Irritated? Ib your Memory Poor? Does your Back Pain or Acho? Why Bhotild you Huffcr longer when you can be cured quickly to stay cured and while my special low prices last? No Pain, Loss of Time, Failures and Guesswork, 4 Entire Second Floor over Peck's Shoe Store, South Bend, Ind. l Mil I ' TI ' ' Entrance 109V2 West Washington Ave. 1 1 'i '- "-'-" - 'lu7 ,r "r i"i 1 " i n ' r" "-' , . "1, 11 TRAIN SNIPES FUNERAL PROCESS! Two Men Hurt, Two Horses Killed and Hearse Demol ished Corpse Escapes Unscathed. ELKHART, Ind., Aug. 4. Livery man D. R. Bowles was seriously in jured, Undertaker C. Edwin Walley was painfully hurt, two borses were killed and a hearse demolished at 9:4 5 o'clock Sunday morning when a Big Four excursion train, enroute from Anderson to Benton Harbor, crashed into a funeral procession on tho Middlebury st. crossing. Mr. Bowies' most serious injuries are to his spine and pelvic bone, while his head and right forearm were cut and bruised. Mr. Walley sustained painful bruises to his right knee, face and head. Sunday night. Mr. Bowles was re ported as resting comfortably and Mr. Walley was able to be about his place of business. The hearse, bearing the body of August Weber, who died Thursday, was enroute to the Gracelawn ceme tery following funeral services heid at the Walley chapel. The oliiciating minister in his carriage, the sngers In their vehicle, and the pall bearers in their coach, had peceeded the hearse over the crossing and the oc cupants of all three had made fran tic but frutile effort to warn Messrs. Bowles and Walley, who were on the driver's seat. The engine sideswlped the funeral car in such a manner that it made kindling-wood of three wheels and hit one of the horses squarely in the hind quarters and knocked it with great force against its mate. One ot the animals was shot and the other died within a few minutes. Accord ing to an eye witness, Mr. Bowles was tossed ten feet into the air and alighted on his back near one of the horses. Mr. Walley jumped in time to avert more serious injuries. The crossing has been the scene of a number of near tragedies and is regarded as one of the most danger ous in the city. No flagman is sta tioned there on Sunday and when the Big Four sougnt to erect gajes there two years ago, nearby property own ers remonstrated. The horses killed were purchased from the late James Oliver of South Bend and were valued at $600 each. Mr. Walley states that it would take SI. COO to supplant the demolished hearse. AUTO TURNS OVER; POLICE OFFICER KILLED WATERBURY. Conn.. Aug. 6. One police officer was killed, a police commissioner probably fatally hurt, and three men more or ss seriously hurt Sunday when an automobile be longing to the police department, in which they were riding, was over turned near Seymour. .The party was returning from New Haven. Robert P. Kiersted. a member of the local police force, was the man who lost his life. TRY NEWS-TIMES WANT ADS", 1 10c- mmm TRY NEWS-TIMES WANT ADS 10c MORAL Moving Pictures And Vaudeville THE TAWMSENS Hawaiian 'MuMcal Duo JACK SPRINGER The Talkative Singer ROSE BECK ERICH Spotlight Sons ? i i I DO fits W. J. NEIDHART 114 E. Jefferson St. Painting, Wall Papering and Picture Framing l . vj. r.7 cg a nn UNDERTAKER S33 X. Mielitgan t Ilomo nvrnc L'1X IWH Xhono 83 DROWNED IN OHIO WHIRLPOOL. JEFFERSONVILLE, Ind., Aug. 4. Walter Hogue, age 30. recently married, was drowned below the falls of the Ohio. His body was carried down the whirlpool and has not been recovered. He was employed with 12 others in making preparations for thfe proposed test of new machinery for utilizing the force of the current. Thei machinery is to b.j erected on barges and was being brought up by the tugboat Wash Xiray, which struck some submerged rocks. 00000000 S7 SURPRISE TE'SEATEK o o o !0 THE HOME OF GOOD PICTCRE Big Imp Feature Today. THE SORROWS OF ISRAEL In Three Parts. ;0 The story deals with the betrothal of a Euian noblewoman ! Q and a prime of the blood. iO novsi: is ki:it com. i;v ixkctkic tans. Open Mornings and Noon Hour. O O O O O o o 5 J 0 3 TRY NEWS-TIMES WANT ADS 440'0000i 1 4