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BIRD'S-EYE DIAGRAM SHOWS HOW THAW ESCAPED FROM MATTEAWAM
"hPARCEL. ROOMtej-t SLEEPING T'T:--L
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NUMBERS HERE CORRESPOND WITH NUMBERS IX ILLUS
TRATION' OF THAWS ESCAPE FROM THE NEW YORK ASYLUM
FOR THE CRIMINAL INSANE AT M ATTEAWAN.
Harry Thaw (1) cats breakfast slowly and (2) pocs Into the parcel
room. Greeted by Attendant Buckley, he (3) strolled out into the exercise
court, and (4) sauntered around the yard. For awhile (5) he stood near
th closed sate talking to (6) At-tendant Barnum, who (7) opened the
gato fcr a milk wajron. Then Thaw stepped, to the opposite side and as
the wagon passed between him and the attendant, slipped out, where (9)
two men Jumped from an automobile and grabbed the escaping Thaw, and
threw him into the auto and flew away (10) at full speed.
MAP SHOWING THE SUPPOSED ROUTE OF THAWS FLIGHT FROM
M ATTEAWAN.
WET SKIRT CAUSE
OF GIRL'S DEATH
Current From Live Wire Jumps to
Garment as She Steps Over
Third Rail.
NEW YORK. Aug. 19. Miss Mar
garet Wesley, 21 years old, was killed
Monday at Edgemore, L. I., where the
wet skirt of her bathing suij. caused a
short circuit with the third rail of the
Ixmg Island railroad tracks which she
was crossing to reach her home.
While in the surf Miss Wesley was
taken with a chill and hastily started
for home. She had to cross three
tracks with the third rail of each un
protected. Having crossed one track she was
about to. step between the third rails
of this and the third rail of the middle
tracks when the current leaped to her
wet skirt from the live rail of the first
track and dragged her across the rail
of the middle tracks.
TRY NEWS-TIMES WANT ADS
TRY NEWS-TIMES WANT ADS
TURKS PREPARING
FOR FURTHER WAR
Declared They do Not Intend to Give
up Adrianople But May
Attack Bulgaria.
LONDON, Aug. 19. The situation
between Bulgaria and Turkey is be
coming critical. Prince Said Halim,
the Turkish grand vizier, admits that
the Turks have occupied Demotlca,
25 miles south of Adrianople, and
other strategic points on the right
bonk of tfu Marltia river; but he
explains th'.a was done only for the
protection of fhe railway, which runs
along the stream.
The porte clearly has not the slight
est intention of abandoning Adrian
ople. where Enver Bey has an army of
2 50,000 troops which soon will be in
creased to 400.00-0. Despite official de
nials, it appears only too probable
that the Turks are projecting, if they
have not already begun, the advance
against Bulgaria. The Bulgarian gov
ernment presented a note of protest
against this action to the foreign lega
tions at Sofia Sunday.
FREDERICK GRONK
DIES AT HIS HOME
'Was Formerly Employed on Lake
Shore But Engaged in the
Dairy Business.
ELKHART, Ind., Aug. 19. A sing
ular condition arose in connection
with the sudden death Monday morn-
ing of Frederick Clinton Cronk, a
' former Lake Shore engineer and more
(recently engaged in the dairy busi
I ness. About a year ago Mr. Cronk
! purchased the milk wagon route of
! A. D. Weils and had failed to show
anyone else the rounds. A list of his
ratrons was not available and as Mr.
; Wells is out of the city, more than
I 100 customers were forced to do with
jout their daily supply.
Mr. Cronk, who was 54 years of
age, died suddenly at 1:30 o'clock be
'forfc his wife could summon a physi
cian. He was teeming In the best of
health and spirits yesterday.
Mr. Cronk, who was born In Dowa
,lac, Dec. 20, 185S, lived thero until
jafter his marriage to Miss Nellie
;Holmes on Feb. 2. 1879. In 1S80 he
'went to Chicago, where he entered the
employ of the Luke Shore as a iireman
In the yard, remaining there two years
and then moved to this city, which
had been his home ever since. He
was soon promoted to the position of
engineer and ran an engine for a
number of years, finally retiring and
becoming inspector of engines, which
position he filled until about four
years ago, when he retired perma
nently. After his retirement from railroad
ing Mr. Cronk conducted a billiard
and pool room at No. 60S S. Main St.
until last September, when he sold out
and purchased the A, D. Wells dairy
business, in which he was engaged at
his death. Mr. Cnnk was a member
cf the Brotherhood of Locomotive En
gineers and of the Elks a;d of the
Mooso orders.
Surviving the do-"l are his wife,
Nellie Cronk; one son, fiail H. Cronk
of this city: brothers. Frank Cronk of
Chicago, Freeman Cronk of Grand
Rapids and Fenton Cronk of Marion,
)., and one sister, Mrs. C. D. Mason of
Springfield, Mo.
GET FAVORABLE REPORTS
WASHINGTON. Aug. 19. The
senate Judlcicry committee Monday
authorized, favorable reports on the
following nominations:
Wm. H. Sawtelle. United States'
district Judge for Arizona, vice Rich
ard E. Sloan: Preston C. West, of
Oklahoma, as assistant attorney gen
eral and W. G. Barnhart, United
States district attorney, southern
district of West Virginia.
WOMAN MISSING.
Family troubles are said to have
caused Mrs. Fahur Cilil of Mishawa
ka to leave her home last Saturday.
She hag not been heard from since
that time. The local police have
been asked to look for her.
Members of the Elkhart Lodge of
Moose are contemplating ''one big
time' next Saturday evening when
xhey will journey to South Bend in a
body to "do" the carnival being given
in that city this, week under the
niT pices of the South Bend lodge.
Trumptt Notes band has been en
gaged to lead the procession.
What will you have?"
And yours?"
"The same"
And you?
Give me the same
Every where all the time its the
same. They call for it because it
is deliciously refreshing, decidedly
appetizing and almost indispen
sable as a health drink
Get the habit of keeping K
5 Beer in your house all the time.
For a Quick Job
we can put enough skilled men
to work to finish it Is any given
time. The workmanship and
materials are always the same
the best to be had anywhere.
No matter whether your job be
large or small, or what kind of
a p'.umblng 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
Farmers, Manufacturers & Merchants
ILL EXPOSITION
Smih Bend Sept. 29 to Oct. 4
a THE STORE THAT DOES THINGS c
5 1 tine
Your dollars or your dimes never possessed greater
buying power than right now. These great specials for
all day Wednesday.
49c
WOMEN'S $1.00
LONG SILK GLOVES . . . .
Women's full lfi-botton length Silk (il'e; of ctra fine quality
heavy pure silk: double linger tip: black and white, on salo all day
Wednesday, 19c.
50c KIMONO APRONS 29c
Women' Kimono. Sleeve Aprons, made of percale In Mark and
white checked and stripe: full cut and extra Ions: one sale all day
Wednesday, '2dc.
WOMEN'S $3 and $3.50
WASH DRESSES . . . . .
Women's and M Uses' a.u Dresses, mat nave neon semn up w
$3.50. On sale Wednesday, made or lmei i.wune. i.m-iuims. i iiani
hrays and Hatines. leautifull.v trimmed stIe: we hao them in all
sizes; on saie etineuay oniy, oi.
25c TABLE OIL CLOTH
Host quality table Oilcloth. 1 1-1 yard wide, in lislit
patterns on sale Wednesday omy, jam, i.c.
ami dark
32c
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SON OF C. C. RYMER
DIES AT AVON, N. Y.
leather i'vts Two Telegrams at Same
Time One Tells of His
IJovN Death.
KliKHAUT, Ind.. A us. 10. Claren
don, olcht-yoar-old fn of Atty. and
!Mr?. C. ( Hammer, died of diphtheria
nt th home of Mrs. Itaymer's parents,
lr. and Mrs. A. K. Thomson, '.vho live
on a farm near Kast Avon, N. Y at
::,0 o'clock Monday morning. Mr.
Kavmor left for Avon on a Lalce Shore
train at 10:50 Monday fortnotci.
News of the death of his son came
bs a ureat shock to Mr. Kaymer, ivho
had received encourapir.ff word in a
special letter from Mrs. Kaymer Sun
day, to the effect that their son wm
continuing to improve.
Three dispatches were sent Mr.
Ilaytner .vitbin an hour of each other.
The first r-;d Clarendon was worse
and a&kt d him to come. A second
raid he nas failing rapidly and a third
that he wa.s dead The dispatches an
nouncing that the child was failing
rapidly and the one detailing the
deat'. were delivered at the same
time. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Kaymer and their two
ions left here for Kast Avon on July
T4. After a visit of two weeks Mr.
Kaymer came home. leaving Mr. Kay
mer and the sons to make a protract
fd stay, lie had been here but a few
flays when word was received that his
ij: had been stricken with diphtheria,
followed by the encouraging reports
Umt he -was recoverinsr.
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HIGHLANDS OF ONTARIO
Low ROUND TRIP Fares From South Bend to
Muskoka LcJses $15,957 French River . .$19.10
Timagami . . . .$21.6ojgft Georgian Bay .$15.65
Algonquin Park $18.75 Uke of Bays. .$16.95
Nipissing
.$19.25 V
Kawartha Lakes $15.90
Canada awakens in you a love for
the beautiful and sublime In Na
ture; you need not travel farther in
search of Nature's ehlefet pearl.
You should see this Unspoiled Wil
derness for its own sake and for
your own sake.
Write today fvr comprehensive, illustrated guide books Issued for free
distribution by the (irand Trunk, the double trneked highway to the
Highlands of Onairio .-ind also -Montreal, Quebec (St. Lawreuce River on
route), Portland, Uostou, Old Orchard, New London, New York and Ni
agara Palls.
C. A. McNl'TT. Passenger Agent,
ioutli Bend, InJ.
They will sooth your nerves, drive
away the blues, clear the cobwebs
off your brain and strengthen your
physical make-up. They will pre
pare you as nothing ele will for a
return to drudgery and routine.
M
P.' Vontli UpiiiI. Ir.l. VV' II
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ti ?it X&i&S' I "!. 'hi: rrr- .J ric fe'V-'v-' 2H',xSii'& A
MEN'S 50c
DRESS SHIRTS
Made of fast colored IVrcah's in stiiix pattrms coat stylo and
cuffs attached in all sizes; on sale WctlncMlay all day, 32c.
10c DRESS GINGHAM 4c
27 inches wide In fast color, clicck, plaids and striped patterns
Miltuble for children's and women's dro-es and hoys' waists; Wed
nesday at -1 3- 1c.
67c
WOMEN'S $1 AND $1.25
MUSLIN GOWNS
Made of finest muslin and Xainsook, beautifully trimmed with wide,
embroidery, law and rlblxm; these rowiis are cut extra full and Ions;
for Wednesday, C7c.
19c GAUZE LISLE VESTS IQftc
Women's finest pauzo lisle Vests, trimmed lace yoke and silk
taped, all sizes; on sale Wednesday all day, 10 l-2e.
Wanted, Extra Salesladies, Apply at Once.
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tms Vi UJOJi-USi ISA :A
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KILLS FORMER HUSBAND
Divorced Woman Also Shoots Woman
Who Took Her Place.
MILL EX, Ga., Aug-. 19. Mrs. Edna
Godboe, divorced wife of Jude V. II.
Godbee, shot and killod the jud--??
and mortally wounded his second wife
Monday in the postoffice here. Mon
day when she met Godbee and his
wife she drew a revolver from her
handbag and without warning killed
Godbee with three shots and mortally
wounded the second Mrs. Godbee with
three more. She was arrested,
charged with murder.
LAPORTE YOUTH DROWNS
.Special to News-Times.
LAPOHTE, Aug. 19. The body
of Joseph Klassen, aged IS years, was
taken from Stone lake Monday after
noon, the boy left home Sunday even
ing. Monday morning his clothes
were found upon the bank, the police
dragged the lake, finding the body Just
at the edge of the deep water. He
is believed to have been overcome Ly
cramps.
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IF YOU LOVE
YOUR WIFE
Your mother or sister you won't let her do the shirts o.
pressing at home these scorching hot days.
Even if the maid does, then she might be doing some
thing else about the house if you send your shirts or Dry
Cleaning and Pressing to us.
Slick's Laundry & Dry Cleaning Co,
Home 5117 PHONES Bell 117
9 mml
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EXAMINATION
in ii i ii i ii 1 1 11 '''' - 1
DR. FLEEXER.
I arn making a special offer to afHicted men until Dec. 2 5. One that will surprise you when you lavtsstl-g-ate.
This offer will enable every afflicted man to reaaln his health, no matter what his circumstance may
be. My fees are within the reah of every man. Don't think you are too poor to take my treatment, boat
come and see me at once. It will cost you nothing to have a friendly chat with me. Come and b examined
by a Specialist, permanently located, and the best equipped office in this country' for curing men. Advlca
free. Call today.
Many Cases Cured as Low as $3.50. Nothing to Pay Unless Cured
Oai Vnil Qllf5rwitl1 sour stomach, bloating after eating, headaohe, backache, dizziness, epecka be
UJ I UU JUlltl fore your eyes, hot and cold flashes, lame back", scanty hi'h-colored urine, bumlny,
stinging or difficult urination, splotches under skin, loss of energy, ambition, vim, visor, itallty, bashful,
timid, nervous weakness, loss of confidence, brooding, blues, lack of ability to concentrate mind, thoughts
wander, cold feet, itching of skin, vital loss, exce.ive thirst, pains around heart, at bae of brain or down
limbs? Do you have difficulty in fixing your thoughts? Is your memory poor? Do you get weak suddenly?
Are you nervous and irritable? Are you the man physically and mentally that you formerly were? Can you
accomplish what your healthy friends and acquaintances can? If not, you are laboring under a great handi
cap. Come and let me make you strong and well again at a very small cost.
E CU
NO CURE NO PAY
IHESrST j&JISITj IMEUSPtf" 0r2Ln
I HAVE CURED THOUSANDS WHY NOT LET ME CURE YOU?
"6(',,-bloou OIso'--"6oa.,
Scientific treatment only should b used In corn
bating this loathsome dUecse. I cure Syphilis
by the new KhTleoa-Hau Specific. I Introduce it
Into the blood which It reorganize, neutralizing
and expelling noion from tb svwtem. New blood
thu farmed supplies and rebuilds the tissue In
gueh a way that the patient recorers hi norm-sl
tae of health, strerrgth and soundness In 30 dajs
tlnre.
rn-rs and fistula
The feo,nlae of these afflictions are dtetre-T?-lng
r.errou renereu aad painful eondltlocs. My
treatment end succens are the resurt of year of
experience. X can cure Pile without catting, t
cure you without pala or deteatipn frora occupa
tkva. I piTe yori a written guarantee to care
piles and fistula.
NEK VOL'S DKDILITT
Orhro, where the mental forces are impaired.
Spinal, vrere the slual (enters nre lnvolveti.
Vital, whre the uTmiathtic irvmn system .nr.d
force are deranged by refx effects
I treat tl:ee conditions and all wc?iknss !u1i:i
by nervous coinpnitlon-s and e(e?.Ms anl put
you on tie rlerfct tract to health. M-storiup: the
couditlons esei tial to your future life and happi
ness. HERNIA (RUPTURE)
Disregard of eiLrtJi.g: hernia has cost many lives.
The staallept hernias are the most dnr.pernus o
life Letse of th increa.i liability to strangu
lation. I cure rupture in eIe-Ted enses with per
fect safety and entail no aufTerinff. and do ot
detain yo-a from your ocrupa.tion. under guHrant-.
Many es cured to stay cared iti one treatment..
v. r i cor e i. :: h v i ro r e i.v.
Impair vitality. I J.ily (!nio:rn:e that Varico
cele and V. yiIrK-' tin i-e cured in o:-e treit-i-:jt
l:. m;'-l a :i,Ur-i'-T.ry u.ij t.v.at t-e Tltal
parrs arc prrvd ;iul itn i'rf.l, pain eeiti.
ei:i::p s-.:fyid. . :.-althy . tr ulttior. la rapidly
rf--t:illii'-'i, i:."-:d ot th? 0-pr-ilrff eotidl
tioi.a. I fu4r.intcc jou a cure to tay currd mt
reuml tlie money.
KIDNEV. III. ADDER AND PROSTATIC
With th"s diACi-s yv: mny ava m-re cora
pllatlors t!;iin ar pn-Titf! !iy nny uthr U-
-a-iI orpins.
I! v r..y wt-a r--?il" 2: '. I?im1ruiti of
tl.- tIal -i-r I ir.- .f-irnxelv il 1 vnw
arid by ::ilcrt.v-p.Mi exan.in.4ri .:i a ad un!niyea,
I niitk1 flou.'t'y rf'iM' tL c.a!lri'.i: of the kliaey.
thus lTjlr:s f ..';ad.it:va for fTit!c trentiar-at-
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I ATO CTHE RTJITUTIE, PILES, FITUTjA. KIDXEY AND BLADDER AND PROSTATE DISEASE. II LOO I ) IOISOV AND ALL OTHER
MEN'S DISUSES QUICKLY, PERMANENTLY AND WITIIOLT PAIN OR LOSS OF TIME
Tntrncfidato ability, cxclu&lvo and dKlnctlre methods rcsisonable charj;i, and Guar.iutcc before placing jour r.ve el.-culierc.
lnVcSllgdlc Consxiltation and ExanUnatlon Eree and Oinfldential.
Eiaminattons Iree. Hecln treatment now Today. If you can't call, write for symptom blank. All letters promptly answered. Hours 9 to 12; 1 to
5; Evenings, 7 to 8; Sunday, 9 to 12 only
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SOUTH BEND, IND.
Entire Front Floor Over Peck's Shoe Store.
109'. W. WASHINGTON AVENUE.
5 Large Rooms Fuliy Equ!ppe3.
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