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THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES.
tmx'iiD.w, Aut;csT o, 1013 cJLL TRIPLE SUH IF HOREIS NEEDED Bankers From Central West Told That Government is Anxious to Avert Money . Stringency This Fall. WASHINGTON, Aus. 0. Tho $30.- Onr..rr.o r,f federal funds ab-out to bo deposited in the national banks of the vi-m and south to a;-HUt in moving the crops "will bo increased to $150, C 00,000 if :u-cesary. Tho desire of the government to. mobilize- all the r.tcded cash of the jjuldic treasury in the agricultural ixJt.s of the coun try to avert the money Krinency characteristic of the- crop moving jierid, was communicated Friday to bankers cf the central wtst at a con ference with .Secy. MrAdoo and As-;?-ta:U Secy. John Skclton Williams, called by the treasury department to make arrangements for the distribu tion of the bi sum. While thrisf representative finan ciers, fresh from the crop marketing centers of the middle .states, welcomed the prospect of the proposed deposits the consensus, of opinion, it was stat ed, seemed to be that $50,000,000 would be ample to meet the situation. The dominant tone of the bankers expressed convictions was, that tho treasury department announced Fri day ni'ht, was that business condi tions were ood but the promised de posits would relieve the usual strain. The ::i bankers gathered at the meeting seized the opportunity to present their views on currency legis lation to the government. They urged two material amendments to the pending Clbxss-Owen bill one curtail ing the- powers of the federal reserve Jjoard proposed to control the reserve 1ank system, and the other essentially modifying the reserve requirements of the measure so as to minimise the decentralization of credits. With these changes, it was stated, all but two of the .11 bankers favored im mediate banking and currency legis lation. Amendments to the hill were pro posed to Chairman Owen of the senate linanco committee, after the confer ence with the treasury olliclals re garding tho deposits. It was urged that the federal reserve board bo deprived f all powers of initiative, lodging that function with the pro posed advisory board, composed of bankers. This proposition would contlne the administration activity of the federal reserve board to tho ap proval or disapproval of suggestions from its advisory council. The bank ers argued that the federal reserve "board should be stripped of adminis trative powers and made essentially a regulatory body. Htrong criticism was made of the reserve features of the bill. The bankers declared that as at present drawn it would decentralize credits -to such an extent that it would im pair business, some maintaining that they would bo obliged materially to decrease their loans. They asked for a reduction of the reserve required of country and reserve city banks and Ftich a relaxation as would permit tho continuance of a proportion of re FrveM with agents as at present in stead of forcing these reserves into the federal reserve banks or keeping them in the banks own vaults. The bankers suggested that the re serves for country hanks be reduced .from 13 per cent to 12 per cent. They recommended that the twenty per cent reserve rse for reserve city banks bo reducexl to 18 per cent. Adventures of Johnny Mouse. I HRO TO CUT CUT HURT Md cue. eT 1 1 w BMBBrearyi; hot pgrospfaaass , . i U&l OTHERS L t tSrX ' JT7 KW UCKis ttvV. . J fKlViCI j TRY NEWS-TIMES WANT ADS TRY NEWS-TIMES WANT ADS EMOCHATIC LEIQ o Death of Sen. Johnston of Ala bama May Affect Final Pass age of Tariff Predict a Long Session. WASHINGTON. Aug. 9. All pre dictions of an early passage cf the democratic tariff bill by tho senate are going a glimmering. Majority leaders realize that notwithstanding the fact that they have set a new record in pushing consideration of this measure onlv a beginning has been made and the earliest any one now will promise completion of the task Is Jsept. 15. Ten days ago when a member of tho finance committee said he thought tho senate would pass tho bill by Aug. 20 there were norno who thought it might be possible but that date is lens than two weeks away and but four schedules have been considered, 36 paragraphs In theso having been passed over for future consideration. Now even those who suggest Sept. 15 as the date for tinal action are guided principally by hopes that tscorna the views of others who think it will be a later date. Tho chemicals, earthenwares, metal and lumber schedules .'"ave been ap proved, Kxve for rates o. certain arti cles in each which will taken up when tho bill gets to the sci.ate prop er from committee. There remains to be considered the schedues, among them .the three upon which there will be the most vigorous attacks by the minority, namely the wool, sugar and agricultural schedules. Tho minority is making a complete tariff record and shows no sign of letting up on amend ments. Tho death of Sen. Johnston of Ala bama, which has reduced the demo cratic majority on the bill to one vote, the Louisiana senators having deter mined to vote against it because of the free sugar provision. This slen der majority has given rise to hopes in republican breasts that they may be cable to put through an amendment to the wool or sugar schedules. Tho switch of ono democratic vote moro would turn the trick, unless a succes sor to Sen. Johnston i3 named at once. Democratic senate leaders Insist, how ever, that tho 4 8 votes they have will stand firmly against any republican amendments. Tho sugar ?cht?iule is tho next to be taken up and discus sion of it probably will begin Friday. Following the schedules and free list there will yet remain to be con sidered the income tax, the cotton fu tures tax and the administrative pro visions of the measure, all of which are certain to arouse considerable de bate. These prospects taken together with the views of republicans against undue hasto because of the probabil ity of being held for currency legisla tion do not offer any ground upon which to predicate a prediction of completing work on the tariff bill. SENSATION SEEKERS LEAVE DISAPPOINTED 95 A Hard Roy for anyone handicapped with a weak stomach. Your meals cause dis tress, the appetite U poor, the digestion bad and your general health impaired. Try KOSTETTER'S STOMACH BITTERS at once. It is for Stomach' and Bowel Ills. Start today. SUFFRAGE IS CERTAIN SAYS CARDINAL GIBBONS IIo Himself is Opposed to Votes For Women Has Old Fash ioned Ideas. CHICAGO, Aug. 9. Cardinal Gib bons in Chicago Friday enroute to Milwaukee to preside over the meet ing of the Federated Catholic socie ties. He was met at the station by Archbishop Quigley, Bishop Dunne, of Peoria, and Bishop O'Connell of Richmond, Va. . "I am weary", said the aged car dinal after greeting the archbishop and the two bishops. "I am growing old and these trips are a tritle hard on an old man." Reporters crowded around him and piled him with questions. lie inform ed them that he would speak at Mil waukee. "Will you speak of woman suf frage?" he was asked. "Pereonally I do not belive in wo men voting", was the cardinal's reply. "I have always opposed it. The church has not passed on the subject. I have the old fashioned idea about the wo man and the home. I think women would better make good mothers than ?ood politicians. But suffrage is cer tain to come to women." NOTRE DAME GETS MAN Dr. Ildward Ii. Croon to Become lro fesor of Botany. A botanist of world fame. Dr. Ed ward L. Green, has been added to the faculty of Notre Dame university. Dr. ..Green is known as having discovered thousands of new plant specimens and has the largest herbarium in the world. In addition he boasts a library containing 3.000 volumes. He has previously been professor of botany in the University of California, Two Girls Connected With Diggs-Caminetti Case Will Tell of Their Journey to Reno Next Tuesday. SAN FRANCISCO. Aug. 9. -There was a large attendance at the Dlggs Caminettl trial Friday, but those who expected sensational disclosures in the "white slave" case were elisappolnted. Next Tuesday, however, Marsha War rington and Lola Norris will tell of their lllght from Sacramento to Reno In the early morning of Mar. 10, their three days' stay inva bungalow and tho arrest, ending in the present prosecu tion under the Mann act of Maury Diggs and Drew Caminetti, the two young men who, the government charges, transported them there for immoral purposes. Witnesses Friday established noth ing new or vital to the case. A Pull man porter "thought" Diggs was the man from whom he had taken tickets for four persons on the tenth of March between San Francisco and Reno and to whom he had sold a sleeping car state room. He was not pressed for a more positive identlllea tion of either Diggs or Caminetti. A hotel clerk at Reno was more specitic. He swore that he saw both the defendants register under assumed names at his house with two young women as men and wives. George Johnson, a lumber man, had taken a drink with the two girls at Reno of lemonade. A grocery dellveryman had carried orders to the bungalow, accepting them from Diggs. The presence of the four was estab lished at Reno by their arrest. Theodore Kytka, a handwriting ex pert, testified Friday that the hand writing of a letter shown him was the same as that of checks and notes previously identified by the vice presi dent of the Sacramento bank, in which DLggs kept his deposits. Although one of these letters was produced in court Friday, its text did not k'como known. UZ3 M 1 Ibt The new manage ment is going to in augurate a 13c sale to be held on the thir teenth of each month. This is going to be the greatest and most novel sale we have ever attempted and we ex pect it to attract mere people to our store than any of our pre vious sales. Our first 13c sale will be on next Wed nesday, as the thir teenth of August falls on that day. ' Watch for our ad in next Tuesday's morn ing and evening papers. No telephone orders accepted or trading stamps given for our !3 32 j A la S3 M C V 1 SUA mum SOAY CIRCULATING PETITION IUcIianl F. WicnJcwkl Mentioned for City 'Clerk. A petition to have Richard F. Wis nlewski enter the race for city clerk on tho citizens' ticket is being circu lated and will be flled with the elec tion commissioners eirly next week. At a meeting of the Polish Citi zens' club Thursday night. Mr. Wis nlewskl. who is deputy county auditor, wa endorsed for the place. A meeting of the club will be held Tuesday night at Kosciusko hall and Joseph Duszyr.skl will preside. iCASE CONTINUED A WEEK Dan Olrodovich, Arrested Wednesday, to be Tried Friday. The case against Dan Obrodovich, charged with violating the corrupt practices act. which was to have been tried In Justice Hildebrand's court Friday afternoon, was continued for a week. Obrodovich la at liberty under $300 bond. Route of the Lakes TIME TABLE 0:00 a. xa. 3:30 a. 6:00 a. 7 :0O a. 6:00 a. 9:00 u. 10:00 a. Tte 5 Nile os 3:15 a. C.-CO a. 7:00 a. S:00 a. 9:00 a. 10 :W a. 4 a. fl.-OO a. 7:30 a. ra. c m. m. m. ra. :30 3:O0 p. ra. 4:G0 p. m. St. Jrpn rmlston. 11 aO a. c ll!:t p. m. 1 :00 p. m. 2:00 p. ra. 3:00 p. in. 4 .00 p. in. 6:00 p. m. 11:00 p. ra. C:00 p. ra 7:00 p. ia. 8:00 p. ru. i):00 p. ra. 10:00 p 11:00 p ra. m. a. ra. and 11:00 p. ra. cars to Goh?n PUlalon. Dally Trains Lea re: C.-00 p. in. 7:00 p. ra. ra. ii xj a. ra. ra. 12:00 nooa ra. l :00 p. ra. ra. 2:00 p. ra. m. 3;00 p ra, 4.-00 p. 5:00 p..ra. MVthlraa Cltr DlrUIon. ra. 10:00 a. ra. ra. 12.U) nooa ra. 1 :00 n. ra. except Sunday. T. J. HARPY. SiLOt. TraJUiDortallaJU ra. m. 8:00 9:00 10:00 11 .-00 60 7:.' 9:00 ra ta, ra. ra. ra. ra. m. Yes, Ws Hti 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. Eamm & Schelliitger BREWERS HEW IMMbLl h VIA South ore Line s and Boat For a Quick Job wo can put enough skilled men to work to finish it is any given time. Tho workmanship and materials aro always the same the best to be had anywhere. No matter whether your Job. bo large or small, or what kind of a plumbing Job it may be, we can handle It to your perfect sat isfaction. Get our estimates. Hear what your neighbors say of our work. Thos. Williams SclayP Aug. W9 1913 1 1 f mi" 11(1 ' V fW XX ,' " INDIANA . $1.55 South Bend to Michigan City and return, going via South Shore Lines to Michigan City, Boat to Benton Harbor and Southern Michigan Ry. to South Bend. Boat leaves Michigan City at 4:00 P. M. Good going on all cars up to and including limited car, 1 :35 P. M. MAItlO.V, Ind., Aup. 9. A suit to replevin n. family bible was filled in Judge McFarley's court Friday by Pranson Seal, against his brother. Wells J. Seal. The plaintiff avers' vo up tho i.ndo. that when his wife died ho broke uj housrk'Ming and left the famil; bible, which contained all the birth, and deaths in the family, at the honn of his brother, who now refuses tc 1 1Z K 1 VI M 11 Y li li II C5 For Men aed Men Only, No CereNo Pay, CONSULTATION AND MY OPINION OF YOUR CASE IS FREE. I do not profess to cure all diseases, but I know that my ability and cu all flea ttons enable me to treat with Success, Nervous Hlood and Special Dlr-oflses. The efficacy of my modern, scientific and perfectctl methods lias been proven, and my exierlence witii this class of db-eaxs, together ith the indorstnnents of tiro many I have cured, have enabled me to establish a rexutalin or aQd reliability. I Do Yoy Suffer with pour rtamach. bkMitirg after eat ing, Lidafiie, backache, dlrrinees. sjtks before your eys, bo and cold Cannes, lame hack, tonty high-colorei urine, burnlunr. stinging or difficult urination, splotches under nkln, loss of energy, amMtlon, vim, vlg-or, vltfllity, l:ihful. tliuM. nervous weakness, loss of conflden'oe. brooding, blu, lack of ability to concentrate mind, taoug-bts wander, cold fet, ltelduy of nkln. vital lov, exoe&Kive thirst, pnin around henrt, at m?e cf hrtdn or down llinb? Do you have dlfflctdty in fixing your thoughts? I your memory poor? lo ycu gel v.eak suddenly? Are you nervous and irrttabH? Are rou the nian jhysically cad mentally thnt you lormerly werv? Can yoxi accomplish what your healthy friends and ae qunlntr.Tires can? If not, you are la boring under a great handicap. Come and let me make you strong and well again at a very small cost. If You Are in Doubt or if your doctor failed to make a thorough examination, ewll and get ray $15.00 mlroscopi. orytocopie, lab oratory and blood examination, abso lutely free of charge and without obli gation on your rirt to take my treat ment. HEME HUE R. no other ffpedal lst In tb elty la prepHrM or (juallfiei to giv? you an exeiuinntion like I do. Come and sou. Varicocele, Hydrocele, Rup ture, Piles or Fistula, Cured in One Treatment. Ey my method I perm.mently cure Varicocele, Hydroce!?, Itupture, 111, ristula or stricture la one treatment wlthcut dfrtainlng tt patient for t single day. This 1 a-ecomplK!wJ without pdn, Kws of bHod or Aies thesJa. The cure Is permanent and all unpleasant symptoms Immediate I y disappear. The work Is doa by me right h5re In my offlo. I t4 j&mHn ,. m mmmmmw m .7 , : .... . .. I ... . ' v li -. v., .y Z ,.( - -4 DR. FLEENER, Expert Doctor For Men Guarantesd Cures Many patients hare told me, after I cured rbem, that thy hesitated at- first to coma to me on account of nvr having rorlvod relief eLsevihr and they had almost l)m ket-tio-ii as to think there waa no cure fir th?ji. I want aa opportunity to trent Just suc mea. and it makes no differ ence about tiie financial Jurt, ar I never accc-pt pay for my wrrvlces until I acroinpl'Kb a cure, if tbro 1 any doubt cKut the ex leing curable by my method, provld! I am aas Ced the patient U fclnocro and reliable. X 7"edy, pT::aoent and lftng cure Is what I will glv you leyor.d a douht if your cr.se js curable; If cot, I will rot nccpt yo4ir money and protni:o to do anything for you. The tw-st referent I t)uld give a to pro fessional reliability 1 the nwny cured. ntlfied ptlnta I dmlss and I-rove that my Kxclnive MetlioJt cure w Lea others fall to even ber.cit. Don't Give Up I will clre the POOREST man a chan-e. as well a 5 th KICII. to re elre a cure from m? at a SMALL 'rST. There ii n- mrm too POOIt to gvt my bTt advice PRCI. I will glT." W) tjr any Cnrnb!e CASE cf "1)I.si;ai plx'uijak Ttj men- Cat I cri cc-t cure. This Is plain Ulk. and I mean It. Dr. i ieener. Successful Treatment Depends Upon a Thorough Consultation and Scientific Examination PUCE EXA3I1NATIOX I'or the purpoe of proving the advantage of my rntboI In the trratment of Prrivli-, Tfervoaa and Chronic Ileajw, I will not only give to every pernon who atlls al my oCVre a thorough and careful EXAMINATION' FItEE OF CIIAIWE. but to further denuomtrate to the public the rapidity of the cares that I makn I will treat anj case that I ac cept for a core that comes to me at a GREATLY IIEDCCK FEE. Every man wLo does less than he Khouk! do at his dff k, la the sfoop or on the fara la weak rn some way. I have found tlwt the man who can not accomplish all he expects or hopes for is often the atiat sufferer from some I Vlrlc dlnefl. These neglected or unknown oordl tlons are usually diseases of the pelvic org-ans which refiexly act on the organs of dlfreftion. cf ehminartiou ecd the nervxyos srstm. waidi in turn ba Its lnflueiixe on the brain, I here made a special study of the crrvons Ryertern acd have perfected mrtixo&a that will CPRE Perrtc Ptf3se-v I wtU gtve you a seurriMng' axd fiorouxh examina tion aad explala Co you the -true n ature of your trouble. hEKVOU.S ISKKAIkDOWX And nearly all ntTous dl-sfaiis aro th OTlre-t retrult of chronic r lmixirffttly treaty Pelrlc D1sui. suh Vari ceeloc. Pl, Fibula. Stricture, etc. I not only r-nve the ctuie. lt:t rruiny yearn of experience in the treatment tit nrva and p?lri? iifw-njw naLlej us by speral roethls Oo revK.allre tb entire nerrwiti syst-m and to vZor to peTfect health nenrly dl suS'irer from nerrous breakdown and vital VARICOCELE I cure VarVxweie In a few weeks' time with)tit the umj of the knife. STRICTURE I ronrrKy rerrsve JTrittire by ocr dIsolv:jt rr.ethol wichoat the u?e t Instrument. riLi:s. i"isTi"l. ETC. Cured withcirt deter t!'r. froa tulni. IiI)OI rolxiN-1 cs only tho rrvf !-irr"l uit.ls in thi? tretit innt f !'1'1 Poei cd k'.ndied PROSTATIC ENLARGEMENT Pe nult fr- ri liitanit:uT1"Ti. 1 rin tt e::laivvMnt ar.d fcae s-r. ! to cure aboct p-r '-:it of ;U i:A.MINATlON-My fj"l'.lt' for exa:ni:iai.iv:js ure unxnllrd. I learn th- xact condition -.f Vi- rrun. tha bl13er v-ry oran of X.t genlto- t:."ia:irr rtui. Tills in itself in cf U.f hlchci; Imp-jr'uiip. InaKrr.uci ts a bivkci dwa nrTonj wrstf-o:. and runny or m cf thv trrtiSlcT of tho rt(2:rh. ilv-r. k1iu, Ktc.. are re Cex. ai-l are tl.e dlr t rttIH cf tat pfdrio liiin or dlt.ae. Microscopical Elxami nations Made in All Necessary Cases Without Charge. FQJEEME nn peeoaiiOS'ss OFFICE HOURS 9 to 12 a. rru, 1 to 6 p. m., 7 to 8 p. m. Sundays, 9 to 12 a. itu Entire Second Floor over Peck's Shoe Store, South Bend, Ind. Entrance 109V2 West Washington Avenue, TP?" 3C