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THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES.
WANTS 150,000 FOR WIFE'S STOLEN LOVE.
odd ii its or rouinGN news.
PAfUS. The director of the
Pasteur Institute, Dr. Pierre IIoux'
announced a successful cholera
yerum. It has been satlsfactor-
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ROME. i-nor Orvasco, the
Italian aviator, achieved a new
world's record by llylnp from Mi
lan to Venice with three passengers.
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PARIS. Dr. Toulou?e, of the
Villejulf asylum, announced that
he has cured cases of Incipient
instanity by subcutaneaus injec
tions of oxygen.
nAL.TIMOHK.Md. An SO-foot
whale lifted the sea-poins tug
Defiance out of the water, drop
ping it with a plunge; then swam
alongside spouting water on the
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MRS. LILLIAN BECK.
OAKLAND, Cal.. Aug. Z. Phil K.
Gordon, general aent of the Sunset
route of the Southern Pacific, son of
Gen. David S. Gordon, retired, was
Filed recently by Arthur A. Peck, civil
engineer, for 5 50,000, Heck charging
Gordon with alienating the affections
of his wife, Lillian.
"Mr. Gordon began making love to
me the second time he saw me, last
September, and has continued his at
tentions ardently ever since," said
Mrs. Peck. "He is a very fascinating
dominant man, and I listened to Turn."
The complaint charges that:
"The defendant with the cunning,
audacity and polish of a finishedn.as
ter of the art, began a course of del
icately reserved, well-bred attention
and love-making toward said Lillian,
and hypnotized her, eloquently plead
ing and importuning her for a kiss,
as he said, 'from the loveliest and
most passionate lips that ever thrilled
a man through and through," It is
alleged he got "said kiss".
Gordon claims the charges are
blackmail.
HOW UNCLE SAM CAN CONNECT ALASKA WITH UNITED
STATES.
SERIN O X.
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EA1LR.OADS ALKEAPV BUILT JVUNXSj 0)
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A ffiSAM FRANCISCO
WrL05 ANGELAS
VSAN DIEGO
SOUTH Ur.SU MAIiKLTTS.
LlYK S7 Crtv.
Corrected Bily by M-.jer Bros. Miah
awaka. Ind.)
Hearj fat BtceM, live cwt., ?S.C0 tc
17.1S: dreMfd. $11 00 to ;i2.T3. Stcc
eiv, $1.7." to Feeder. rn' to
S;.T." xm1 l.utch."' Ktock, $l.."0 to $T.r).
brfrisert, S;'l t $11.0" Mutton. rv
?:;o to ?J.'J."; dncd $0 0o to $10.:0.
.I-ri:; lambs mi foot. $5.00 to
Ore-f-l, 15c Hugs. 175 to 25U pounds i.50
tw vO 75.
FLOU1V An FI-KD.
jCcrrected Dally bv Knobloclc & Glm,
Hydraulic Ave.)
Ki; cnts at G3o, relftllinff at 40c to
rv .rHi,-! Famllv Hour. eora.
t-uViuc at OGv. selling at C.V; flour,
trixed. rougbi, I.uv-u'''.;
tug. 0.00 .
TALLOW AN I HIDES.
(Corrected Dally by a. V. Llppran,
210 N. Main St.)
TallovT Hough. 2c to 2Vi ; ren.1td.
No. 1. 4c to tVac; No. 2 J l-2c to 4 l-2
ju4lf- Mo t green h'.de:. 10c to lie
to 13c; cured calf ftklns, 15c to 17Hc.
ool, 17c to 20c.
rOUIrUT, MEATS AMI STOCK.
(Corrected Dally by tr.e F:udell Mir
Ket. 125 N. Main St.)
Poultry Spring chickens; paying 20c?,
selltnp 3.V.
3leat KeUU: Veal. 20c to 2X: round
iteftk SO! to Blrloln steak. S0c; porter
Douse. 5Joc to 40c; beer roast, 20c to 3Sc;
boiling beef, 10c to 15c; lard ISc; smoked
buui, -0o to 40c.
ruovisioxa.
(Corrected Dally Dy ?. W. ilueller. 211
East Jefferson Boulev2.rd.)
Fruit Oranges, per case. $5.00,
selling at W)c to 75c per dozen. Lem
ons, per cise, $9.00; selling at C0c per
doz. liunanas, paying 75c to Jl.75 per
Dunch; sei'.lnsr at 15c to 25c rcr doi.
Vegetble New cabbage, paying 6c;
exiling at 7c per lb. Potatoes, old. buying
joe; selling ;Ujc; new S0i40o pk. .ad. -iw,
paying 25o per doi. uuuebes s.dllug 3 for
AOC.
Iluttrr and Kc Country buttei.
paying 20c to SOc; sellng 2Te to 3."c.
Creamery, paying 2Vc. seiling at 25c.
Ksjgs, strictly fresh, paying 22c; selling at
20c.
If AY. STKAW AND FEED.
(Corrected Dally by Wesley Miller Flour
and Feed Co.. 420 S Micblgan st.)
Hay. paying $10 to $12 per ton baled,
selling ?H to $10 per ton; new oats, pay
ing 40 per bushel, soiling 4 ."f "(.
eorn. paring 00 cents, selling V,70.
straw, paying ?0 to JS ier ton, selling 00
cents a bale.
t .STEAMBOAT LINES
HEIIK IS AN" INTEUi:STIX(
.SHOWING HOW THC
BILL OF SENATOR POINDEX
TLi: FOR GOVERNMENT DE
VELOPMENT OF ALASKA
WILL WORK OUT.
YOUR UNCLE SAM WILL
BUILD A RAILROAD FROM
CORDOVA OR SOMEWHERE
IN THAT GENERAL VICINITY
TO THE COAL FIELDS AND TO
THE YUKON. THEN HE WILL
MINE COAL.
NEXT THING IS TO HIP
THE COAL OVER HIS RAIL
ROADS TO THE PORT WHERE
THE COAL WILL RE ILMPED
VROM CARS INTO COAL-CARRYING
STEAMERS.
THE STEAMERS WILL
THEN PROCEED TO DELIVER
THE COAL TO THE RIG PA
CIFIC COAST CITIES FROM
SEATTLE ON THE NORTH
SAN DIEGO ON THE SOUTH
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Girl's blouse drcsa with three piece
skirt, and long or shorter sleeve, and
with or without hip belt and chemi
sette. Itlue galatea witfc trimming of red
braid is here shown. White serge
with stitching or braiding is equally
effective. The design is also appro
priate for gingham, chambrey, lawn,
linen, percale, voile, panama, cordu
roy or velvet. The pattern is out In
4 sizes: 8, 10, 12 and 14 .years. It
requires 4 yards of 4 4 inch material
for an S year size.
A pattern of this illustration mailed
on receipt of lO-c in silver or stamps.
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' Just a Word to Those
Without a Checking
Account.
Are You a Iread Winner,
Do You llxpect to Ilccoxno
One?
Do You Want Your Money's
Worth When You Spend It!
Do You Want to Stand Well
in the Community!
Checking Account Is the Key
to The Answer.
AMERICAN TRUST CO.
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On Savings Accounts.
JlJlT"l" 'WAi mini... i i.
Comfortable Aecommod.itlons for
oxi; ihm)Hi:d voiN; ladids
No More. No Crowding. lnliviluul Kooms
Our .Motto is
"Not the largest, but the best school"
Apply early
NAZAKETll ACADKSIY
Nazareth, O. Kalamazoo, Co., 3Ilch.
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A citizen of the Third Ward from I
his birth.
Ticket seller at Lake Shore Station
has reputation for highesl sense of
honestv.
Now councilman, filling unexpired
term of his brother, the late Frank
M. Hagerty.
The tax payers candidate.
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THE FAMOUS SCHOOL FO 11 LITTLE
HOYS
Send for particulars
NAZAKKTH, Kalamazoo Co., Mich.
A Postal irl request will hring you
particular.H concerning
THE .SCHOOL FOR HACKWAKI)
CHILDREN
Address ST. ANTHONY
Comstock F. O. Kalamazoo Co., Mich.
frwrnETVi- rET! TH-TI f--P G
CLEMENT SILL'
for
CITY CLERK
Subject to
PROGRESSIVE
PRIMARY
Auc. 6. 1913.
Moving Pictures
And Vaudeville .
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Hawaiian 3Iusical Duo
JACK SPIUXGKIl
Tlio Talkative Singer
ROSE RIXKEHICII
Spotllglit Sonss
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5uits for Men and Women
$15, $18 and $20.
Easy Payments,
GATELY'S
112 C J.-rri-rin lllvd.
Gills' White Dress Parade
SPRDNGBKOOK PARK
If you haven't entered your name come to the park
dressed in a white dress and enter the parade.
PAT!
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SURPRISE THEATER
TIIK HOME OF GOOD PICTURES.
RELIANCE FEATURE TODAY.
Ashes Two Reels
Love and Rubbish Keystone Comedy
Irxinir Cummings is featured in this two-iuirt film as 'Tlie
Man." lit is supiMirtinl by a callable cat, consitin of Ilobblo
Knbbins, Mis l'lillllis, i:dsnm Do Lcspine,-llocmary Titeby and
Irene Houloy. The prtniuetion is an unusual one and affonls
itpINirttinitlcN to the players which have been taken advantage
of to the full.
HOUSE IS IvKIT COOL HY nLECTHIC F.VXS.
Open Mornings and Noon Hour.
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66f!ere are
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rioneer m me acquisition or rarKS
universal transfers on street railways.
First in making Street Railway Compa
nies understand that they are not to enjoy a
monopoly of streets, alleys and bridges.
Voted against extending Gas Company
Franchise fifty years when same still had
eleven years to run.
Requiring all overhead vires placed
under ground.
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