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THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES.
MONDAY. AlT.rST l. f "DOIN'S IN BRUIN TOWN" Drawn Especially for the News-Times by Artist Frank Verbeck, the World's Most Famous Bear-Picturer. Copyright, I'M?., My the Newspaper I'ntcrprNe .WoHatlon. .V , - 1 THE STORE THAT DOES THINGS t ' ' ' - TZSy ' oietteir Qflsoirag impm Sale! T ill ' ' : " l , Clip 'i , ....... --1 'SSS'U WSM Coupons OyiilHfti ii, Vi Vy JF-Vyi VSJ 'MXlkik These rfjfilOJ? I . . . ; . - i j H )!SkIi(l" ka NWx-W"ifil 3 A rinmncr mnsincr Hat of harcrain frnm pvprv sprtinn nf trif ctnrp Rnrcains tfinr will mnkf tomnrrnw trif hicr- 4 r j L. - . 1 A rinrnncr. rousiner list of bargains from every section of the store Bargains that will make tomorrow the bier- j gest day of the month. We hazard the assertion and challenge its reputation, that there is more genuine money saving opportunities to the square inch in this announcement than ever appeared in any South Bend newspaper. The Grand Leader's Coupon Day is South Bend's Greatest Bargain Event. V ? v. Tra la la. Tra la la! Baby hoars, mother boars, daddy boars and uncle bears, are all gath ered around the town jail singing a Bonp of rejoicing! They are Riving the. thoughtless man ho shot Wandering Jirother, the les pon they promised him. They have locked him up in a strong cell and will not let him out again until ho promises to bo good. Sec all the little Bruins of the town up on the top of tho cell! Look at the Wandering Brother with his crutches. See Father Bruin talk ing to him. They really don't know how long they should keep the strange man fastened up. you see. Such a gossiping of little folks. Such a conference among the big ones. While they all take in their bear language, the frightened old man sits on a little stool wondering what will happen to him next! Even his gun has boon taken away from him. He has no means of de fense. He is entirely at the mercy of the furry residents of the forest. Do you think they will let him out soon? No, they will probably make him stay there all night! The bear, with the gun, will act as sentinel, marching up and down, to see that the prisoner does not make his escape. But here is a secret just for you! Artist Verbeck is still in Bruin Town. He has Just heard of the pright of his brother, man. He is a great friend of the Bears and hart planned to get them to let the old fellow go in the early morn ing. So it isn't so bad after all! 10 Bars uffsyfl Santa Claus Soap for The famous Fairbank's Santa Clans Laundry Soap, sold the world over at 5c cake; Tues day with this coupon 10 bars for 2 5c. N None Sold to Children. 49c $1.00 LOXCJ SILK GLOVES Women's line quality pure silk long gloves, double finger tipped, black and white; with coupon 4'Jc. N iun s roo a UNION SUITS . . . . 29c .-() WOMKVS MUSLIN GOWNS Made of good strong muslin, trim med with embroidery and ribbon, cut full and lone, with coupon 29c. N 7r STANDARD Apron Ginghams . . . 27 inches wide apron gingham, all popular checks, coupon sale 4c. X 4c ViMv v.ki widi: PERCALE . . . . 7c ?,d inches wide standard dress per cales in light and dark patterns, with coupon yard Tc. N In porosknit, short drawers, all sizes. sleeves, knee X NEWTON. Pa.. Aug 1 0 a 1 exa n d e r Dewsnap found a blaeksnnke .sunning itself, and made an effort to catch the reptile alive. Just as the snake glided into a hole in the ground, Pewsnap clutched it by th tail and drew it out again as he thought." Only the JLskin. however, was in his hands, the hlacksnako having suddenly divested itself of its old clothes (or skin) in order to escape. WILSON CRKKK. Wash.. Aug. Id. The new nde of hroodT was as sumed by a rattlesnake on th- bord ers of town, the reptile mothering some little ohicsk which were made orphans by a coyote. Th- ?nako was proving a good guard, but it was sus pected his care was nt disinterested. BCDFonn, Ind.. Aug. if.. rrs. James Young tells an excitiner ex perience, that she and her mother, Mrs. James Barnes, had at the lat ter'.? farmhouse near Freetown. Going to the room to b ok after her baby, sleeping on the bed. she heard a peruliar nic- that fhe at first thought was made by a katydid. Calling her mother, they noticed the paper near the ceiling of the room move and with a broom touched it, when a large rattlesnake fell to tho tloor in a fiirhtinr mood. They ran from the room with tho bain' and returned, killing the reptile. FAYKTTi: CITY. Fa.. Aug. CJyp. a little rat terrier, in a desperate battle with a big copperhead snake, saved the life of little Fsther Her man, two years old. and killed the reptile by breaking its neckk. M p n R f- O A ' a R i 3 L " -A E I K S N The child was playing on the kitchen floor of the home when the snake, measuring nearly four feet, t rawled in the door. Gyp, after drawing the copper head away from the child, gave bat tle, and before the snake could turn the little terrier had a grip on his neck which snapped the vetabrae. POUGHKEEPSIE, X. Y., Aug. 16. Charmed by a rattlesnake in the dooryard of her home, Helen Lahey, three, was snatched away from the pnake by her mother as she was about to lay hands on it. The rattler, more than three feet long and hav ing nine rattles, was flilled by the father. For several days the child's par ents had observed that she was act ing strangely. She spent most of her time near the kitchen door, where there was a large flat strme. The child cried In her sleep and every morning as she was dressed she would run out Into the yard and peer about the stone. SWATtTSWOOD. N. J., Aug. 16. Mrs. John Black was saved romthe attack of a rattlesnake near her home by a blacksnake. Sho was so intently watching her son, trying to catch the latter, whton had been stealing eggs, that she did not hear the warning rattle of the other rep tile. The blacksnake heard the sound, and before, the rattler could strike had pounced upon it The blacksnake won, and leaving th3 rattler lifeless, glided away. MKXS n HANDKERCHIEFS Large size white hemstitched hand kerchiefs, with coupon 2c.' X UNION SUITS ....ZC Balbrisrgan summer weight union .suits in cream or white, all sizes; with coupon 2 0c. X :?. mi:n's i SILK HOSE J C Pure silk hose for men. in black and tan; extra coupon special men's pair 17c. x si.no and si. nr. jik.vs s DRESS SHIRTS . . . OC Men's finest dress shirts, in per cales, pongees, with separate soft collars, all sizes, with coupon 6Gc. X SUSPENDERS ....JC Men s best ,r0c Suspender on the market, with coupon 3 3c. X 'A E IS FATE OF III OF OUR GIRLS Ii PARIS Many Young American Women Are Overcome With Home sickness and Discourage ments in Fight for Fame. by william sm:iMii:ni. PALIS. Aug. 1. Edward Jean mr.".; :s a smiling little Frenchman and an undertaker. He it ia who burif Ar.i-n'ari girls in Paris after thry'w k:'.!.-,l themselves. "I .! liv s.' wonde k n 'a . come : inan. many Hw Many ?" "Well. f-r tb.irty-five vears my n't know why they end their he tM me. with a shrug. '"I ir.ai.. times, but I do not May! . it is because they !e- ior.e..mie. But I have buried them two unci buried most of the Americans who died in Paris, .and I was with them for many y, ars. Now I have their buiruss. But I have never counted. "Sometimes I have had chances to talk Vj the girls in the hospitals, for 1 am a sexton of the American church, but thevv never tell me why they used poison, or gas. or bullets. "There was the American girl who died in Pan July 3. Her name was Agn?s Macduff, and when I heard tLa.t she was la the hospital I went to see her. It was June 17 that she took the poison in her room at a geod hol. "At the hospital, after a few days, she said to me. 'Oh, I'm so glad that I will get well. I was so lonely I wanted to die. Hut now I'm better. Will you take some of my money and buy me a ticket for America? I'm going to go home ncain.' She talked all the time as if she thought she would get well. Sh had plenty of money and she was beautiful and full of smiles. Hut she got worse and died. "We didn't send her Imdy home, but buried it here in Paris. She'll sleep here Just as well ju in America. I think. "It is sad. too. is it not? They come here to do some big things to be great painters or gTeat mu sicions and then the loneliness drives them to death. "Some of them are very beautiful. I think the most beautiful woman I ever saw was an An.T.oan K1"! whose body lay on a table in my place. She was a wonderful singer, but one r.ight she dressed herself beautifully and gave a party to some of her friends. Then, as soon as they had gone. she shot herself. Everybody said she was lonely. "And then there was a girl oh. she was a fine girl, beautiful who played the piano and studied music under a great artist. ne night she sent a servant to bay her a big meas ure of ic cream and while she at the ice or- am alone for she had no friends in Paris she let the gas fill the rooni and kill her. who have kille' themselves in Paris?" I asked. "It is odd, but they are all be tween 25 and 30, he said. "Isn't that just about the time in life, when a man or woman realizes whether the path they have chosen is the right one or not?" The tragedies of "careers!" Most of tho American girls the little undertaker has buried in Paris are, I think girls who have chosen "careers" and then, nt the last, when 't has seemed to them too late, have discovered that there are more won derful things in life for women than making fine music or painting splen did pictures. CHESTER 10 RUN AGAIN SAYS PFSOGHOSTTBATOR Also Rumored That Senator Krau Will Appear on Demo cratic Ticket Ziesel on Republican. :0c KIMONO APRONS 32c Made out of percale, in cheeks and stripes, piped with red. cut full. with coupon 21c. ;oe mi:vs 2 g) OVERALLS J DC Made of strong blue denim, that will wear, with coupon .".Sc. X 10c Woii;ws SEAMLESS HOSE . 5C Women's fast black seamless hose. M-itVi "mi euupon pair ,jc. X !(! ridUKKI) DRESS LAWNS . . . .3sC Fine batiste figured dress lawns, in tloral designs, coupon price 5 3-4c. X c 35c MKHCKW7.K1 TABLE DAMASK . . 1 56 inches wide white mercerized table damask, will launder nice, yard 18 c. x 7.o liAHKFOOT SANDALS Children's barefoot sandals, all leather, sizes 9 to 12 only, with coupon 3 2c. x lOo WOMKX'S GAUZE VESTS Women's gauze lisle neck and armholes, l-i c. vest, with 2C taped coupon X 7.V WOMI .VS SILK HOSE . . . . All pure thread silk s-pjiceu neei, no-raven garter too black, white and tan, coupon spec- X hosi high ial .i-C. ?,Tw Women'- i:tra Sic M KNIT PANTS 14C Fine jersey knit summer drawers, laee trimmed. C os oC si.. v cm KIMONOS Women's long serpentine crepe kimonos, in pretty designs, with $2.50 Women' and Misses' Women's anl misses dress skirts, whipcord woolen ma terial, trimmed witli larg cloth buttons and fancy back, with coupon '.9c. X s:! M s:!..-.ii V(OlM'S f f WASH DRESSES 1 . 0 D Wom n's and diism s' wash ilresses, mad of !in st ginghams, linens, ratine and white piques, all the newest models; sir.es 14 to 46; ex tra coupon bargain . X S7.."0 MISSFS T 3.50 SPRING COATS tj) (n lot of jnisses' serge coats to close out with coupon Tuesday at :.o. X $3 ...69c 81. .Ml WOMKN'S SHIRT WAISTS one lot of women's and misses' shirt waists, that sold for $1..0. in voiles, lingeries and lawns; all this season's styles, with coupon 0Cc. coupon 7 Sc. X .vie voMi;.s Hfh PETTICOATS . ... yC Made ff striped percales and black heatherbloom cloth, with neat tail ored tlounce, with coupon 2I X mm si 6 A 16c 2."o PAHIS AND 1JOSTOX GARTERS Paris and Boston garters, sold the world over at 2 5c each, with cou pon each lCc. x ipsa T.M' HOYS' A SERGE PANTS Hoys' blue serge knicker style pants, extra well made, with cou pon 4 2 c. X ELKHART. Ind.. Aug. IS. That Ellis M. Chester will be the democratic nominee, Forrest E. Hughes the progressives' choice and John Ziesel the republican candidate for mayor "Do yiu suppose she made believe, is the prediction of a well known po- dieii. that sne was naving a.mimi nrnmActitr.r ...v. .1 1 . that he has "it doped out" after a week of hard study. However he' re fused to name the winner. It was rumored here Sunday that State Sen. William P. Krau Intended to enter the race to head the demo cratic ticket but this is not taken se riously by party leaders who have that she with the ones she loved as s n e littb party at home?" And the little undertaker told me of more cases of bullets, gas and poison: of fine, brainy American girls "killed by loneliness" in busy. gay. beautiful Paris, the center of the world's art. 74c :?, i:mi.koii)i;ky i fk BRASSIERS lyC Women! Extra special, Prassiors, the kind that fit perfect, embroid ery trimmed, with coupon 19c. X $1.00 MTSIil.V COMBINATION Women's Muslin Combination, made of extra fine quality muslin embroidery and lace trimmed, with coupon ".7c. X 0 .X CARD t? SAFETY PINS i C 1 dozen nickel plated safety pins, all sizes, with coupon lo. X 81.00 1IXKST CORSETS 1 OC Made of strong quality coutil. trim med with lace, lone: model with 6 strong hose supporters, with cou pon 5 Sc. X 9Jf 10c PKKCALi: DUST CAPS c $1.50 Women' Street and House Dresses Mad of finest ginghams, chambrays, linene and per cales, in 15 different styles to choose from, all sizes; extra Tuesday coupon bargain 7 4c. X Made of fast color percales, in light and dark colors, with elastic band. with coupon Tc. X 4C i2'; lonsd: MUSLINS 1-onsdale b!eat:hed muslin, .':, in. wide, srdd the world over at I2c yard, with coupon 7 :'.-4c. X WOMIA'S .'lie lO UNION SUITS ....OC Finest r."e union suits in South I tend for the money, lino gauze lisle trimmed, lace yoke and Inco, trimmed knee, with coupon 2Sc. X si. no ( i t coi:m:k OO BED SPREADS OOC Iarge siz" fringed cut corner bed spreads. beautiful patterns, with coupon sc. X to'weung usC All linen kitchen or roller toweling with fast colored border, with cou pon yard r l c. ri si'.oo r'nii.in:i: s q S RAIN CAPES OOC Sateen rain eap-s in red or blu witb ulaid lirod hood: aces t 14 years; with emipun Cc. X ' 1 h If Sl.llll WO.MI.N'S WASH SKIRTS . . .3UC One lot wash skirts, mad- of Eng lish repp in tan, trimmed with pearl buttons and pocket. X 1f- Hll.llltrA'S r school hose ...OsCm Fast blank heavy ribbed seamless b.ose, all sizes, with coupon pair 73c Children's $1.50 School M.'nb- of finest tringham eli.irn1 rav and linene, beauti--f-:l styb-, dress -s that aro wrth d-'-uble Ih i value; sizes to 14 years; with coupon 7.? X Merchants as well as the Public are sometimes puzzled over the remarkable values we are constantly offering. "1 111 lllll t hmn 'nil ft incumbent to lead the party to an other victory. John Ziesel, who, it is said, is cer tain to get the nomination on the G. o. P. ticket, ia an ex-sheriff of the county and is one of me nest vnown and most popular citizens of the city. His only avowed rival is said to be John M. Brjjmbaugh, a justice of the peace, . and one of the old "wheel horses" of the republican ranks. The .fact that F. E. Hughes has been given charge of the ward and precinct organization work of the bull moosers practically assures him of the nomination on that UcJtet. The postotfice tight has died down to a slow simmer a-s the result of Cong. Barnharcs recent statement of his intention to appoint James J. Lit trell as Dr. Charles M. Elsenbeiss successor on Feb. 14. MAN SHOT ON FRIDAY SHOWS IMPROVEMENT Joe Staltare. who was shot Fridav How old arj xrxostoT the girhsufflclent faith la the oClce's present night by Domlnalck Lapico, three bul-1 helped to. ShttlJLrt lets having penetrated his bodvv, prob ably will recover according to Fp worth hospital otllcials. Xo probe has been made f Jr the bullets. Anna Pocesny, the other victim, is reported by her doctor to bo doing as well as can be expected. DOCTOR IMPLICATED BY GIRL IS ARRESTED BIRD'S NEST CAUSES FIRE Volunteers Xrarly Suffocated by the (liomicals. Git FENS BU KG, Ind.. Aug. IS. A nst, built by English sparrows near the fiue at the home rf Frank Arm-j oil operator, and strong, near Ietts. caught fire from the flue and caused a loss of several hundred dollars. A rail was sent to Letts for help, and Frso McCorkle. Frnak Logan and Perry Capper, in an automobile, with a chemical extin guished, started to the tire. On tne way a tap on the chemical tank be came loose and the three men were sprayed and almost suffocated. They succeeded In stopping the leak nd , to. tZ- LOS ANGELES. Aug. IS. Dr. K'yal 'rist. f'r whse arrest a war rant was issued today in e .nm-etb n with the detention f "arol M.i.on. a 1 5-year-o'd girl, surn-mb-rr j Jiirn self to th- authorities Sunday. Dr. Crist was involved in the story told to the poller by Mi.-s Masn f ! loving the arrest of H nry W. Has kamp. a wealthy Prince Kupert. P.. . Robert W. P.urt'tn. a Ls Ar.?-!'1. au!om')!'i d a'.-r Miss Mas"n alleges that Dr. r:st h id performed an unlawful operation. Dr. Crist admitted that h.- hail treated Miss Masn, but said h rn dereil professional services which wi re "purely legitimate". Burton is still in jail, unable b obtain bondsmen. With Haskamp, who is at liberty under Bond, Burton Is accused of having contributed to the delinquency at MLs4..Maa9n. . Suifercd I'czcina Fifty Years Now Well. S- ::; a b ng time ta endure th? awf-jl burnir.L'. itching, smarting, skin-dis'-.i.- known .as "u-tu-r another nam- E zerua. S-ems good to r ihz also, that DIL IlOBsON'S 1'C J:m A OINTMENT has proven, a 1 t r l i ; eur-. Mrs. I. L. Ker.ney writes: "i can r."t nr.'u i. litly pr. s.s n;y thinks to r your Tr. Hobsoa'ii Ecze::-.a It ha cured tr 1: d-d m for ov r tift my tetter. ( t ; ; I r i n t wb.ieh hi ear:;. Ail druggists, or by mail. i'je. PFFIFFFK .MKDICAb CO. St. Ioii-. Mo. IMilIa.lelpbia. Aivt. m nNi m:i:ks divokci:. 'harg:ng eru-lty Walter Schafej h is rtb-d vUt f,,r di'(rce from Emu K. S -hafer. They were married Au Z ' :. and separated July 1, 1013 TRY NEWS-TIMES WANT ADS TRY NEWS-TIMES WANT AD5