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THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES.
TUESDAY; ACGCST 5, 1013 NEGLECTING HIS FAMILY INDIANA MAY HE UICIl IX 210 YIlAItS. EVANSVILLE. Ind.. Aug. 5. Because the ten states to which he . made offers of gifts of 1,000 each last winter have either neglected to answer or been slow to take up the proposition, Adolph Melzer, philanthropist and friends of ani mals, of this city, has withdrawn his offer and Instead will make the state of Indiana a gift of $5,000 to be invested in such a way that In 210 years It will amount to $20. 500,000. The entire amount is to be devoted to the relief of . dumb animals. Melzer's correspondence with Gov. Ralston is not completed. The Evansville man proposes to deposit his money in any bank named by the governor, to revert to him if the next legislature does not pass the necessary bill legaliz ing the proposed transaction. Candidate For Democratic Councilman-at-Large, if i' It, x 7. . ' zr-S - J . 4 . i- . 4 . . . . . r ' . J ! MX:... i , 0 .. ' . - ' ' . A-SKi:- iky f 1 oi) COME BACK. teffl--- s r BULL MOOSE SAVES MAN FROM DROWNING Man Was HanIn to a AVlien Animal Came Alon? and Gave Him a IJft. INTERNATIONAL. FALLS, Minn., Aus. 4. A thrilling oscapo from drowning in Rainy river, near Fort Francis, Ont., by catching hold of the antlers of a big bull moos-, which was swimming across the r'ver, was the experience Monday of Clyde W. liucll, Minneapolis, a junior academic student of the state university. Huell was out on a raft of loss which after striking a jam disinte grated and dinKinj: to a single piece of timber Huell wa carried toward the rapids. He had given up hope when hf saw the moosf with its head and antlers above water swimming from the rapids. Huell let loose of hls log and grabbed th moose, shifted himself to the animal's back and rode to shallow water. The moose fought hard but would sink bnu-ath the wa ter and soon gave up and swam ashore. VV. VA. LEGISLATORS GIVEN SENTENCES WEBSTER SPRINdF, V. Va.. Aug. 5. Sentences were impost-d upon the five members of the YVVst Virginia Cand FROM THE 4th WARD SUBJECT TO THE DEMOCRATIC PRIMARIES AUG. 6. Gusrave A, Stueckle is a graduate of the school of efficiency and honesty in pub lic office. His years of close study of municipal problems together with his practical work in the council his honesty, integrity and loyalty in public service to the citizens of the Fourth Ward ought to be reasons sufficient for his return to the council. He is not an experiment He is a tried, trained and practical man. Vote for him. ' Advertisers legislature late Monday by Judge W. S. O'Drien in the superior court. The legislators were convicted of bribery In connection with the election of a United States senator early in the year. The sentences follow: Delegates S. U. G. Rhodes, Rath Duff and H. F. Asbury, six years each in the penitentiary; State Sen. B. A. Smith, live years, six months, and Delegate Davie Hill, live years. In addition the five are disqualified for life from holding any public ollice or olilccs of trust. BOY FATALLY WOUNDS HIS YOUNG PLAYMATE Is the Third Shooting in Chicago In volving Small Hoys In Four Days. CHICAGO. Aug. 5. Angelo Rog go, live, was shot and pobably fatally wounded Monday by his playmat Tony Acady, six. The shooting was the third involving small boys within four days. Efforts of the police to question the Acady hoy were unsuc cessful. He burst into tears at every question. The. two boys were left alone to play in the kitchen of the Acady home while their mothers were "visithng." A little later the Reggo lad was found lying on the floor with a pistol wound In his back. Young Acady fled, but later was captured. The revolver with which the shoot ing was done belonged to the boy's father. EX-PRESIDENT OF THE COMMON : .v: Ys ,:, V;'7 ..:,;.:.:..;3,s:y:y;,,':- . .V . . Y' . ... ;. . Y .: ':. y ' 'Y.. ' . . 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These pledges, however, are not due for some time, but the mortgage is intended as tem porary to meet the expenses until the pledges are collected. SEEK MAN'S RELATIVES Efforts are being made bv the po lice to find the family of Theophiel Grabowski, an S. '-year-old man. who was found on a porch at 5P S. Taylor st. Monday afternoon. Grabowski is a physician living in San Francisco, and came to this city to visit his sister, whose name is Clara Czechow icz. The name emild not be found in the city directory. He was taken to the hospital ward of . the county jail. 'ft COUNCIL, Yv - Y' Y 'Yi.vVyf' ;y:-; :-:y-Y.'. Y, : ' ' I ' :a i-Y v'Z'Yi ';,- - y " Y ' S y'-yy -'Y' YYY-.:: ' .. ; . v'Y.-'---' ; :' y :y, ' Y '-Y :-V . Vs . ,' ;: Y. v.YYvvYYv .Ya y y'"-;-y - . . -V ' ,v . y ' -Y-;y ..?: 7v " : ;Y..VV ' . ,Y:V;;. : y : ' . . s .: '. Y :v : - : .- .... . UYv- -v Y ' ; STREMMEL TOO MUCH FOR KNOLL'S TRIBE Evas Fall to Cross the Plate While Dayton Manages to Send Over Three Over. DAYTON. O., Aug. 5. Stemmel held Evansville to live scattered hits Monday and did not Issue a pass with the result that Dayton scored a shut out victory'. 3 to 0. Spaid pitched well for Evansville but allowed Dayton to bunch extra base hits In the second and fifth Innings with telling effect. Evansville 000 000 000 0 5 1 Dayton 010 020 00 3 6 0 Spaid and Stratton; Stemmel and Armstrong. Umpire Geisel. RURAL CARRIER IS CHASED BY A RACER SHELBYVILLE. Ind., Aug. 5. Rollyn Rarnes, rural route carrier from the Shelbyville postofllce, when delivering mail on a motorcycle, ran over the head of a blue racer. He was horrified to see the snake seem ingly racing after him. He attempt ed to outrun the reptile, but found that impossible. Dismounting, he found a club, but the reptile had been dead for sometime. Its head had been caught in the sprocket of his machine and was mashed to a pulp. TiS So ' . y : , : - . ? y.' . -;; v ;. '.- Y..: . Y : .. --Yy -Y . .? .. Y ; 'Y : ''"- . 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', S - ' :: : r : - ,: f : '- '.Y-Y YY- : : yV : : : X VX-: X'YiY.Y -Y V X:,. ,' yy-YY -y! : i -. X : ' X---;::;..CY::.;::::A:: :;;X. By Temperament By Training By Experience A Fit Person for CITY jypE DEMOCRATIC PRIMARIES, WEDNESDAY, AUG. 6. Advertisement. Ye9 It9s Hot! And did it ever occur to you how nice it is to have a few bottles of that cool, refreshing K. & S. Beer in your ice box? Telephone to day and let us deliver you a case to your house. Kamm & Schellinger BREWERS . V -. . . ' v.- a t SAMUEL DIXON, Candidate for Councilman in tlio Fourth Ward. The legislative powers of a eity are vested in the city council. This body passes upon franchises and other mat ter of the highest importance to the people. Many cities have suffered from the ignorance and lack of quali fications of its councilmcn. A city of our fcize needs councilinen of the high est caliber, honesty, energy, judgment and courage, to stand for the right. No man is entitled to sit in the city council who is dishonest, a weakling or a trimmer. No man in the fourth ward has higher or letter qualifications for this position than Samuel Dixon of Itivcr Park. He will he a credit to the city and the people who elect him. Ills friends are rallying to his support and we freely predict that he will sit in the next city council. A vote for him is a step toward good government. Advertisement. MMIMIE o-? ;n : -;.y ' y . . ,. . yy-yY ;Y.. :: ., :; ,K : Yy xy-y . y v .: :,; . . Y '.-.' .' -S- Y. . . ... , :.:.;V; : :.; . ;: :: ; : . T Y Y -YY. v : -i . ': Y. :Y ' :: :Y-.-.; ' . i. - - ' : : o:'-X ;;V - . J"'!.:-, -y:- .v;:':Y'y:. y-:: .: YX YYY Yi:Y;:'::v' '.- ' -:'Y. : ; ..' V W . ; ;Y :M-Y yy x " :: :: -v : :Y . . . . , .. : Y. : :' - ; m:mt mmmmm ; ;.v -V . ' : ,' ; " VC...Vvv. '-.'' Vv.:....s v. i. . , .. ' . ( .. - . : - : v . ' " ' ' :. - ' ' vy-'H:- 'm- . v.- , y? .. t: y - t-.. .... Y - - : VV.: ' V 'V 'v --r' : v s. -Y- ," v.-- --" r A'-,' 'Y-N.-V.r .C. .v.' -v,-Y -x- ; : A . Y..v.,Y..--.r vrfi:'; vV:.,.vTiV , : X- V v' my. v :ff : - x:; - '? x . ":x ??mmy. jcv- .. f .4. -f. ryT y - ' . v .. . ; '' " v " 'i C Y t v ' ' -' ' -"X- o VV : f mm m.Nv ' : x -x; , ' y - . ... - Y. v v . ... , . ... fc .'" ' YV . I ' .' ..v vy-: X.--.-V ' 1 T 'V X, .Y- - . -f . y'y -'-. v -- - t . . ( : ' XC-Y;A::;Y..ov-i-'.?f.v ,. 1 iXX'V:v;-?-Vx '-y:''-xv --.xa. Y - JOHN A. Experience Is an undenled teacher, and this is one claim on which John A. Hans, councilman of the First ward, makes claim to being tilted for the office of councilman-at-large. and for which he asks the voters of the city to nominate him at the Demo cratic primary next Wednesday. As councilman of the First ward he has made a record for looking strictly after the interests of the taxpayers of his ward, and in securing recog nition of a number of improvements that were badly needed in that part of the city. As a councilman he made an elHcient representative of the peo ple and promises? to carry out a simi lar policy for all the people so far as lies in his power, if nominated and elected council m an -at-Iarge. Mr. Hans has a wide acquaintance, and during his term as councilman lie has given close- attention to munici pal nffairs and is now qualified by experience to carry -ut the duties of the otfice to which he aspires. He is . ' 1 - - y , ' ''. 1 4-r. V 'X,'-.: i'mm'-Vr- m - x YY- ', ;' y ' ' : ' . "r--t ; Y .A -. - . . .yX i ." Y X-Y.' X' : .X :. ,;sX--c-:-; , Xii ' ; v . ; j " ' ' v. - -. ''A ' ;Y y- X ;': - V :1 P. Vote fcr HARVEY S. ROSTISER FOR CITY CLERK In asking your support in his candidacy for the nomination of city Clerk, Harvey F. Rostiser does not approach you as a stranger.. Thi name'of Rostiser has been identitied with South I3end and South Bend Democracy for over 60 vears. As the on of Fred Roiiser, the can didate is well known in the tirst Ward in which the tamilv has resided for venerations Bv reason of his career in the City Clerk's o:;ice Mr Rotier is favorably known to every one having business with that department of the citv service. Those who have observed his work as Deputv City Clerk will glodly vouch lor his ability, his cour teous and efficient attention to business You really should support him tor City Clerk. He meets with everv qualification and lias made good. If you do not know Harvev Rostiser. ask anyone who does. If Mr. Rostiser is nominated and elected he will not disappoint his friends who are urging his candidacy. A4vrrtLeent. 4K ' . m J ' xt - r ' ' - : v- . .... y J : i ;-X ,r r v1" -X " - V v . - -x V . v ' ' " X. i x - " - - i - - ''YX.s vr- v-'1.,-: -i HANS. a lrit iul of the waqe-rnrnor and any promise that he makes in this lln? j there is every- assurance that ho will diligently carry it out if placed in of- lice. He favors the prepress and ad vancement of the city and believt in every department being conducted along strictly business lines, hut at the same time as economically as possible and in just accord with the city finances without adding burdin to the taxpayer. Mr. Hans was born in ML-hawaka in 1S0O and is Z?, years old. For 7 years lie has worked as a blacksmith at the South IJnd Flow Works and is a laborer and knows what it is to do a good day's work for a good day's P".y. He has been a life-long demo crat and his father before him w: nililiite, with the same party. H has had fur years experience as a member of the council nnd is weU informe-t as ! -municipal affairs and conduct of civic business. 'II .M U ! I' i v. ', . .. ' S... . yS Y-XV-- .. V. V 3 - " -4 ". Y Y X)Yy X .