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THURSDAY. AUGUST II, 1913
LYNCH CLASHES WITH A DELEGATE To D rfc.n. Decision of Women Not to Or ganize a Catholic Women's Union Was Chief Topic at Meeting Wednesday. Debate Ensues When Amend ment to Make All Clocks on Machines Public, is Up at Typographical Meeting. eaters wmm EVERYWHERE THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES BALTIMORE GETS NEmONVENTION PIP iiriia!4iiiilill) wmmm MILWAUKHK. Wis., An?. 14. Ral- Umoro "wrm chosen by unanimous vote f.s tho plac for holding tho nf.xt :onvrntlon of tho American. Federa tion of Catholic sock-tics at the clos ing s'-sslon Wednesday. Oi!icra wtp re-lcrtcil a-s follows: President. Charles K Denohaud. New Orleans; secretary. Anthony Matre, t. Iuis; treasurer, ". W. Ilockcn kami, Quincy. Ills. The action of the women delegation In votin;; not to organize a national Catnolic women's union is still a chief top.c in the lobbies of the convention li.V.l. Whilo the lack of financial support Kiven an th main reason for the action of the women, it Is reported from pood sources that the main topic of the women at the closed meeting Tuesday when the negative voto was taken, was Archbishop S. CI. M rimer's ruling that the women must not discuss the suffrage ques tion. The women's organization "was known to have been Archbishop ssmcr's pet idea for the last two years and it was also known that ho firmly oppose woman suffrage us an element in tho proposed league. Tho movement, however, i3 still a iv one and when tho federation meet next year it is expected that mother concerted move will bo made to form the league whether suffrage Js allowed to be debated or not. INTRUDER IS FOUND NEAR WHITE HOUSE Taken In Charge by Policeman Hut Turns Out to be Supt. Sylvester. WASHINGTON. Aug. 14. While Pres. Wilson was sleeping in apparent security early Wednesday an intruder leaped the fence of the whitehoue grounds and silently made his way in tiie direction of the presidential cham bers before he "was discovered. T"rwl.r eover ot ilnrkness the tres-I passer, dodging through the shrub-( bery of the grounds, bad gained the corridors of the whitehotise useil ie f.ire a policeman arrested his prog ress. Thin was all tho policeman did arrest, however, for the intruder was upt. of Police Sylvester. The head of the forte was out on a personal inspection to discover the efficiency of the t:uard thrown around the chief executive of the nation. Near the close of the Taft adminis tration the number of police detailed to guard the whitehouse and its en virons was cut down sharply, until now only J1 members of the metro politan force are on duty during the 2 4 hours. Supt. Slyvest r determined to dis cover whether the niht shift w;ls nutlieiently larae to detect and pre vent any attempt to enter the white house. ' He expressed himself Wed nesday ;is entirely satisfied with his Inspection. DIDN'T HEAR THE CAR INDIANAPOLIS. Ind.. An.'. 14. George Heagan. years old, was killed at Pridueport Wednesday when be walked in front of a T. H., I. & K. traction car. The man. who was a Civil war veteran, was deaf, and did not hear the motorman ring the bell. Witnesses told the coroner that the motorman was not to blame for the accident. THE ANNUAL BABY SHOW AND DECORATED BABY CARRIAGE PARADE, SPRIIIGBROOK PARK, WEDNESDAY, AUG, 20th. HUE SILVER SERVICE FOR THE KING OR QUEEN OF BABYLAI1D. Three Prizes for Handsomest Baby Class Three Prizes for Fat Baby Class Threfc! Prizes for Twin Baby Class Three Prizes for Decorat ed Baby Carriages Special Prizes for Little Girls Carry ing Dolls and for Girls with Decorated Doll Carriages. The annual baby show and deco rated babv carriage parade will be held at SPK1NGRHOOK PAKK on Wi:i NKSOAY. AIM. 20th. The prizes this year are of unusual alue n nd are things that all mothers want, iirid --rood enough to last until baby is. grown up, and then presented to them ft-r their use. The best silver- arc- tha money can buy. On dis- iv at ("lauer's jewelry store. Th- fiaby Show will he held this jfar in the large dancing pavilion, the jmU-inc will commence promptly at i :-o ji. m. and continue until th Judcs are throuch. The decorated baby carriage, decorated doll carriage nnd k-;rLs carrying dolls parade will be promptly at 2 o'cIock, so if you wi.'h to enter better start to the park before dinner with your lunch basket filled. If you wi,h to enter your baby in the ba! y show or if you wish to enter the decorated baby carriage parade, or if you are. a little rirl and wi.h to carry your doll or decorate your doll carriage. Just drop a plain postal card to Mr. miley, Fpringbrook park. There will be no blanks to till out this year. Tho f'.at cars will traverse the principal street car lines of the cita to pick up the baby carriages free of rharp on the day of the parade. The definite route will be printed Jatr. Advertisement, . NASHVILL.E, Tcnn., Aup. 14. A sharp verbal clash between Pres. Lynch and Delegate Hitchens of Cin cinnati featured Wednesday after noon's session of the International Typo graphical union convention. An amendment submitted by a Los An geles delegate for which the laws committee had offered a substitute, was under consideration. The amendment provided that it shall bo unlawful to install in any printing office blind clocks or electri cal devices on line casting or typeset ting machinery, whereby the operator cannot readily see the number of lines enumerated. The substitute did not declare the practice unlawful, but urged that the local unions advise their members to ignore the use of such appliances. Delegate Hitchens on the floor made statements which Pres. Lynch con strued as unjust reflection on fore men of composing rooms. At the conclusion of his reply to Hitchens, Lynch started to put the question, when Hitchens claimed "personal privilege", exclaiming: "I want to denounce tho president of this union for putting words Into my mouth that I did not say." "Your question is not well taken, because the president denies that ho did what you claim," retorted Pres. Lynch. Mr. Hitchens still demanded the lloor, but the president put the ques tion and the laws committee's substl tue was adopted by a vote of 176 to r.i. The convention Thursday will con sider the "Seattle plan", which pro vides for the re-organization of the governing machinery of the union, vesting in an executive committee of 20 the powers now held by the officers, cers. This is expected to precipitate a contest. A proposition to make In dianapolis, Ind.. the permanent con vention city after 1914 may also he considered. Late News From the Surrounding Towns PLIIYSAXT VAIJaKY. Mr. and Mrs. Walter L,udwig spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Ludwlg of Willow Creek. Mr. and Mrs. Aria llarken and son, John, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Smith and daughter, Bernice, and Rue-ben I,eininger of near Elkhart, spent Sun day with Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Eger. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hilger and daughter, I,ouise, of Elkhart, were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. Hilger and daughter. Maude. Pace well Bailey visited Mr. and Mrs. Johnson and family Sunday. A number of friends from South Bend spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Beaudway. A. uM. Smith went to Portage Prairie Tuesday to attend the South Clear I-ake picnic Wednesday. Hi.ry Marsh was home Saturday and Sunday after a few weeks of harvesting in Missouri. William Kaiser spent Sunday aft ernoon with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sny der. The Iadies Aid society will meet with Mrs. Walter Ludwlg this Wed nesday on account of the death of Mrs. Cornelius Pletcher lajst week. Dorothv Noffsinger spent last week with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Beehler. Frank Smith is at home after a month's stay in Portage Prairie. Sunday school 10 a. m.; church 2:Z0 p. m.; Epworth league 7: HO p. m. m:w cawjIsijK. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Carr and Mrs. Elmer Mofiit were guests Saturday of Mr. and Mrs. Mansfield Moint of Iliver Park. A contract for electric light and power to supply the entire school and plant at Interlaken has been made with the Indiana & Michigan Electric Co. by John Wambaugh and approved by Supt. Raymond Kiordan of the school. This includes the running of a feed line from the Northern Indiana tracks to the school camp and the in stallation of motors to supply the different line of Industry. Mrs. Fred Keller, Mrs Homer Rob inson and Miss Emma Woolman of South Bend were guests Wednesday of Miss Mamie Vail. Mrs. J. C. Ordung was called to I-iporte Tuesday by the death of a friend. Mr. and Mrs. Holland Snyder of Kewanna, 111., are spending several weeks with Mr. and Mrs. James Rod gers. Miss Ida Wiltfong of South Rend is a guest of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. James Rodgers. Miss Ola Green of South Rend and Bernice and Florella Greon of Galien are spending the week at Hudson lake. Mrs. George Mathews of Galien and Mrs. George Mathews of Niles. visited New Carlisle friends Wednesday. wiijLow ciuj;k. Tho Indies' Aid society gave an 1oo cream social at the home of Wm. Hemmingcr on Wednesday evening. Lynn McKnight returned home from Wakarusa Monday. Morton Plotner and Miss Maude Shanaur were married June 2 6 at Sault Ste. Marie. .Mich. They will visit at the home of the bride, Mr. and Mrs. David Shanaur, a short time and will thon make their permanent home in Mishawaka. Harold McKnlkht of Beacon Falls. Conn., Is spending his vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. McKnight. The church and Sunday school services were largely attended last Sunday. The Bible class meets each week on Thursdav evening. Mrs. Morgan Hart, formerly Miss Miss Mary Judie, died Wednesday at Dowagiac. Mich, aged SO years. Her brother, Samuel Judie. Mrs. Man Bucher and Milton McKnight attend ed the funeral. Prof. Walter Gordon, of Montana, visited Miss Ruby Sweitzer this week. BERRIEN SPRINGS. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Patterson of San Francisco, CaL. are visiting th former' cousin. T. E. Patterson. Aaron Hendleman has a new '20 foot motor boat on Iike Chapin ahd he and his family and friends aro jiovv.cnJoyUig pyanypleaguroridcja The Moxie Sign cm Order " G We again extend an invitation to visit our laboratories in Boston or New York and observe the hygienic conditions under which MOXIE is manufactured. Visitors arc always welcome. We fully appreciate your assistance in making MOXIE the Leading Standcrd Beverage, and wc welcome any suggestion that will enable us to serve you better, if possible. THE MOXIE COMPANY. the lake. The new boat has been christened "Natalie." The annual examination for county teachers will be held in St. Joseph Thursday, Friday and Saturday of this week. Mrs. Cora Camfield has returned to her home in Kenosha. Wis., after a month's visit at the J. C. Wicoff home. Miss Fern VanPatten of Ypsilantl came Tuesday for a visit at the home of her uncle, A. A. Harner. G. A- Eidson is now picking peaches from his large orchard, west of town, and is bringing some large delicious fruit to the market. Miss Minnie Weeks visited friends in South Bend Tuesday. The Eadies' Aid society of the Baptist church met Wednesday with Mrs. R. S. Pennell. A pot luck din ner was served at noon. Jolin Ranking of Royalton town ship is visiting his ton, Charles Hanklns. The grocery firm of Kincr and Aldrich have dissolved partnership and Mr. King and his son will now have charge of the store. Theodore Noel, William A. Eidson and family, Mrs. Mary Rodgers and Miss Catherine Gentzler enjoyed an automobile ride to Buchanan and South Bend Tuesday, making the trip in Mr. Noel's car. Work of repairs and improvements have begun on the United Brethren church. A new basement will be put under the building and other needed repairs made. B. A. LaBundy and family have moved Into the Latta house on the St. Joseph road. Prosecuting Atty. Chester P. O'Hara of St. Joseph, was a business visitor here Tuesday. Miss Lillio Taylor went to Stevens vllle Wednesday for a few. days' visit. Mrs. W. K. Dix was a Niles visitor Tuesday. The Murphy-Michael reunion will be held In the Indian Fields Thurs day. Aug. 21. This is the Oth annual gathering of these families. The of ficers of the picnic association are: Erastus Murphy, Berrien Center, pres ident; Mrs. Maggie Phillips. Oronoko. secretary. A picnic dinner will be enjoyed at noon, and races and sports will be provided for the afternoon's entertainment. IiAKEYIELd:. P.ank Rarkley was In South Bend on business Monday. Miss Beatrice Steele of North Lib erty was in town on business Monday. About 25 attended the Bible class at the Christian church Tuesday even ing. Mrs. F. A. Rarkley visited Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wiegand of near Lapaz, Monday. Mrs. Lester Rensberger is in Mish awaka visiting her sister, Mrs. Martin Bachtel. Robert Agler has gone to Van Wert, O., on business. OOTTAGE HILL. Miss Blanche Tompson of Gales burg, 111.. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Marble of Buchanan, Mich., and Leonard Marble and daughter of near South Bend, were guests Sunday of Mrs. Vernle Marble and family. Miss Hattle Cool of South Bend is a guest of Miss Blanche Jackson. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Whaley visited relatives in South Rend Sunday. j The Cottage Hill arbor of Gleaners; held a picnic at Hudson lake Satur-J day, Aug. 9, about oO being present. ( An enjoyaoie nay jie.iii. one ui Oe features being a bouteous picnic dinner served at noon. Mr. and Mrs. S, P. Redding were in Dayton. Mich.. Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. James Wykoff, who have been quite ill. are much im proved. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence House and Mr. and Mrs. George Myler motored to New Carlisle Sunday. Warren Crawford and family have moved to South Bend. Miss Blanche Tompson of Gales burg. 111., who was a former teacher In this district and who organized the district Sunday school, visited here Sunday. She spoke in praise of those through whose efforts the Sunday school had been kept up and the in terest manifested. COALRUSH. Miss Anna Beehler of Madison Center was a guest of Miss Adah Ful mer Sunday. Miss Hazel Corey of South Rend visited Miss Grace Phillips Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. A. Godshall and daughter visited Mr. and Mrs. Clem Godshall of Wyatt. Ind., Sunday. Miss Beatrice Kline of Mishawaka is spending the week with Miss Helen Kline. MLss IiOna Rice of Wilson, Kas., Ralph Ungry of Grand Rapids. Mich., and Harold Whitmer of South Rend are visiting at the home of Adam and Charles Ungrey. Mr. and Mrs. John Fulmer. Mr. and Mrs. C! Fulmer, .Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hartstein, Jacob Fulmer, Clayton and John yVcl3 Zlisa Eaxah-J3echlcr and 1913 In sa IS NOW ON Gall on, 'pnone, wire or write your MOXIE Distributor today. " For the first representatiTe of a Distributor vho calls on you Mrs. E. J. Perkins spent Sunday at Oakwood park, Syracuse, Ind. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Reed of Lake ville, Ind.. visited Mr. and Mrs. Ed ward Reed Sunday. Frank Fulmer has returned after spending a week with Wilber Weis of Mishawaka. Mrs. John Iaidlaw is visiting rela tives at Rochester, Ind. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hartstein, Flor ence Reed and Harold Fulmer motor ed to Barron lake, Mich., Tuesday. 5fi J,' 5yC Jr JjC st sjc jj -C AT THE THEATERS V )i :Jc iz ': : Jc c jfc ;Jc AT THi: MAJESTIC. King and Lovell, two clever enter tainers, with lively patter and popu lar songs come to the Majestic Thurs day. On the same bill is Sadi De Coma, a rolling globe equlllbriste, who has had a number of successful sea sons with the big tented shows. New illustrated songs and a dally change of pictures are given. "THE HIGHER JUSTICE." The picture's central theme is a discussion of two very closely related facts of human experience and these are set forth in the lives of two half brothers, who are strangers to each other. One is illigitimate. The father and two sons are brought together In a dramatic scene. The illigitimate son has been elected district attorney. The other son in an ungovernable fit of rage, has killed a man. The district attorney makes an able prosecution and the jury goes out to consider the case. The father tries to bribe the district attorney but is unsuccessful. The relationship is developed during the trial and the ac cused son drops dead at his father's feet. The picture will be shown at the Surprise theater today in two reels. AT COLUMBIA. Williard Erhardt, South Bend's favorite spotlight singer, entertained a large audience at Columbia Wednes day night bv singing the popular song "It Takes a Little Rain With the Sun shine to Make the World Go Round". He made such a decided hit that Man ager Palmer has engaged him to sing each night this week. ONE CHICKEN LEFT ON SHIP Derelict Picked Up is Under Full Sail Rut Crow is Missing. TAMPA, Fla., Aug. 14. The oil steamer Standard towed into this port the sponging schooner Mobile was re- At Considerable Expense, Frequently result in real estate transactions where abstracts have not been carefully examined. You can avoid this ex pense and feel perfectly at ease knowing that your Title is Absolutely Right if you have us to examine vour Titles. INDIANA TITLE & LOAN COMPANY. buits for Men and Women $15, $18 and $20. Easy Payments. GATELY'S 112 II Jrffc-rson Bird. HI CHESTER S FILLS mmm mm mxmmr. M.y mr rmmr DlAilO.ND HUi.XU ?1LU, L Z fttxi k uo m Urn. 5 twt. Ai wj RUuf Mb Di ispiay ported that the Mobile was picked up Saturday 100' miles west of Tampa, with nothing alive on board but one chicken. Seven weeks ago John Cothris, owner of the boat, left Tampa for a trip to the sponging grounds The usual crew was five persons, but It is not known how manv were on this trip. The vessel was sailing, all sails set, when found. L. H. O RVIS FUNERAL DIRECTOR Lady Assistant 121 Nortn Michigan St. ITomo 5297. Rell 297 Rubber Novelties of All Kinds at THE RUBBER STORE, ) 206 S. Michigan St. FOR I SPRHM PARK DOLL LIKE THE LEG END OF THE BLUE BIRD. A little girl from Mishawaka clasp ed her hands in delight when she saw the beautiful P'rench doll at the pony track booth the other day. She road the sign, "Guess my name and I will go home with you on baby-day." After a long, long study, she wrote her guess in the big book, then signed her own name in her baby hand, tak ing the entire width of the page to do it. Her guess was "Darling Dear," while her own name, the name given her by her mother, is the real name of the doll. Tills little tot exemplifies the legend of the Blue Bird of Hap piness. After searching for weeks for the Blue Bird of Happiness, and after undergoing every privation and hardship, the legend'.1? wanderers re turn disappointed and weary to their little home. There, perched upon their own door they beheld the Blue Bird Itself. This is nearly the story of every human life. Happiness is not way off yonder, but lies within our selves and acres of diamonds are around about us all. Remember the doll is to be siven j away on BABY DAY, Wednesday, Vugust 20th. Advertisement. PATENTS AnS Trade Marks Obtained in all Countries. Advice Free. GEO. J. OLTGCH, Registered Patent Atty., 711 '12 Studeb&ker Bid?., South Bend. Is AMERICAN THEATRE Wednesday and Thursday Two-RccT Special Feature 'Till: PICXAITY OF CRIMI-V Vita graph Comedy "THE TROURLKSOMi; DAUGH TERS." Rutting Yourself in Their Vhuf is the RIan Aunty Presents to Con trol Them. o o & o Tin: HOMI-: or DUES I FOR I TODAY JANE MARRIES Imp Comedy Two Reel Reliance Feature, "THE HIGHER JUSTICE." A Ilrlianco rlini with pood itnutioit- and plenty of action, ami Iortrays a fasoinatinp story. It U an iiiui-ual plot, but one which affords a stud)- of human character am! ca!!s for tonI: uctin. OIM2X MOU.NINfiS AND NOON HOUR. An immense purchase of Travelers and House Sample Lenghts of Curtain Materials and Carpets at Less than the Cost of the Raw Materials Alone. All on Sale FRIDAY as Follows: Sample Curtain Lengths D (TDc Worth from 25c to 50c yard. Choice Thousands of Sample Curtain Lengths, consisting of Scrims, Mulls, Madras and Marquisettes in lengths from 1 to 2 yards, that sells in a regular way from 25c to 5oc yard. Choice Friday 1 A each length jLxJk-, Thousands of Sanmple Carpet Lengths In many different lengths in Ingrains, Velvets and Brussels, all are choice colorings and suitable for scores of uses around the home Some make pretty small rugs all priced so low that you'll buy many of them on sight. INGRAIN SAMPLES, INGRAIN SAMPLES, small, each large, each '"' VELVET SAMPLES, BRUSSELS SAMPLES small, each large, each 3c 45c N 1 Special Lot of Jute Smyrna Rugs Size 30x60; worth SI. 5(). Vour choice QQ Friday OC fi UNDERTAKER :',32 X. Michigan Su Homo Phono 5211; lleH Phone f.r ri 2Lc IQc MORAL. Moving Pictures And Vaudeville nr. kim; and i ri.u Shminc; ami Talking. SADI Di: COMA, ItoJIin;; ;iolx Arti-t. itosi: m: kkuicii. fvNj o V" O O o good i'icTrui-:s. 1 j i hp i ii i-n i iiiiwi in fiiiiwuin im .ni-jiiiiiiiii !! i . i ii in iin.iy 1 1 ii -"itr' - '- - - - - . . - , - ... . 1 1 i 1 BlSSTflfSl u M 1 W. J. NEIDHART 114 E. Jefferson St. Painting, Wall Papering and Picture Framing ydilllu August 18 to 24. Baker's Field. WORTH AM &l ALLEN UNITED SHOWS. 500 PEOPLE 500 2 CONCERT BANDS 2 20 ALL NEW SHOWS 20 4 BIG FREE ACTS 4 America's Highest Class Most Moral Amusement Enterprise. 1 T$ 6.