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THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES. (SOUTH BISIOT rOTlVS-TEVIES THE NEWS-TIM tS PRINTING COMPANY SlOTVeri Colfax Averse. Kouth Denrt. Tsfilarm i I tfc j lIM" . M Entered aa tecond cUa matter at the Pctotrtce at South UenJ. Indlwna BY CAItP.XCH. Dally and Sunday, Jn advance, per Dally and ' .ay by tha wetS, ..Uo li.OO. Daily, aln: copy 2o Sunday, s.'nsla copy Co N BY MAIL,. Ta!ly nd Funflav In adTaru.. per yar ....... .r ...... ....... . .54.00 Daily, In atfvnnc. per yp.ir ..J... IS. 05 If your name RpVari jn th trie phone ilrecto you. can tslephont jrour want "ad" to Tr? News-Tmea o ::ieo wnd & bill will mailed alter lta Insertion. Home phou II M; Uc'i phone 2100. CONE LOP.KNZHN For J'u AdvertUiaif fi"5 Fifth Atnu New York. ;n ii i'.Il.M), INDIAN AND IT ('AMU TO I 'ASS. The ticket ( the misnamed citizens' party, has been chosen. The plan f a few scheming individuals t vain personal prestige and advantage through the unfortunate split in the republican party has taken its final forward .stop. After months of agitation, and miles of Tribune editorials f upple merited by many little Heches by those ever ready vocalist?, Happ and Guilfoyle, the gold dun twins of the new disj-nsation, the alleged "pcpular uprising" feil dob fully flat. The people did not arise because there was no occasion for an upris ing. A "popular" movement to be such in fact must come up from the people; it ran not be hatched out in a real estate office and driven into the minds of the people. "Its the p ople of England" said the three tailors of Toob y street and the people of England laughed. "Its the citizens of South liend" wheezed the four ex-pre?idents of the chamber of commerce and the people of South liend chortled. The scheme of the four ex-presidents vas a clever one and if backed by honesty of purpose or in the hands of popular leadership might have -assumed proportions. With high sounding but false noted platitudes they Fought to arouse the public but the people are not so easily misled. The Tribune whined the same old whine that it has overworked since Colfax was mayor and Tony Barrett was king. It attacked the character of men Letter known and better beloved than itself, it traduced the good name of the city and heralded its false utterances abroad as it has done to South Dend's damage for many years, but the Tribune has never led a popular movement under its present editorial control. As wo have observed, the scheme was a clever one. With the republi can party hopelessly divided and the leaders of each faction at sword's point?, there appeared an opportunity for a new Moses to arise to lead the broken columns together. As a matter of business policy the Tribune could not espouse the cause of the republican minority, it did not have the courage to follow over to the majority wing of the party. Now there are in every community those who itch for the power of place and the prest ige of being near the throne. South Bend numbers such among its people but It does not boast much about it. We have four ex-presidents of the C. of C, men who enjoyed a temporary seeming importance. As a coterie Messrs. Miller, Happ, Keller, and Guilfoyle rode that organization almost to its death. At on$ time they schemed a plan by which the ex-presidents be came ex-officlo directors a plan aimed to prolong their personal control but when their resolution was presented to 'the members it met a violent death. But that is another story. The Tribune thought the ex-presidents would be ideal factors In wishing its new movement upon the people. It sought to disguise the plan to solidify its party by avoiding the beaten paths of politics. But the people are wise in tlfcir day and generation. No one was fooled. The ox-presidents featured Guilfoyle as a democrat opposed to poli ticians. Guilfoyle of the Michigan City convention, Guilfoyle of the fifth ward Lester-iSkillman fight, Guilfoyle, who has dictated more democratic patronage than any other non office-holding democrat. Is it any wonder the poopls smiled? In this brief resume we neglect to mention that Mr. Guilfoyle is not doing any particular patronage dictating at the present time, hence etc., etc.. etc. Then I). W. Place was aroused from a political rest. The curse of re publicanism must bo removed from the new party. A few wise leaders saw the necessity for a democrat as nominee to save the face of the situ Xitlon. Others saw the expediency of exploiting Place's candidacy with cut giving him the nomination. The bulk of the following are republican .' place hunters of one branch or other of the party, who would march un der any banner to put the democracy off watch. An honest campaign with that avowed intention would have accomplished more. The hypoc racy of it all, the self-santification and four-flushing has nauseated the community. Approximately one sixth the voting strength of the city lis tened to the call. About one-twelfth of the city's voters supported the nominee. "We. the people. Tooley street a nd Jefferson building, verily history doth repeat. Practically no democrats affiliated with the ex-presidents. As be tween the two wings of the republican party, the Bull Moose carried the day with Warner repaid for throwing his party as county chairman. The only surprise of the day was the defeat of Lewinski by Eengel. Mr. Iengel is listed in the city directory as a bar-tender. It was thought the Tribune would oppose him. It seems however that his nomination was made to placate the bartenders' union and of course pohtics is politics. The primary was set for a Saturday. With the shops closed one half day and every one free to vote, an effort was made to approach the heavy vote of the democratic primary, meeting? were held and men importuned, the bushes were beat and the tom-tom pounded but the people did not rise. A iopular movement imit come up from the eople, it can not he crammed clown their throats by solfi-h. designing men who embrace the aris ttxTutic llamiltonian doctrine, "Some men art lxni to rule and we are of them.' a falsi: IIASIS. If the hopes of republicans and progressives of reuniting their forces on tho basis of hard times following tho enactment of the tariff aiul cur rency bills, as indicated by Hep. Mad den of Illinois, they are doomed to be blasted. As the boy said oZ the applo core, They ain't to be no" hard times. There is nothing in the condition of the country to warrant such a re sult and if artificially created it will react on the authors of it, for whom the reunited republican party must stand sponsor. Popujar sentiment favors the poli cies pursued by the president in the revision of the tariff and the enact ment of currency legislation itself. The. progressive element in all parties approves vhi.t is being done to re lieve the people of unnecessary and unjust burdens. Everybody except those associated with protected inter ests and profiting by the control of the money power in New York is in hearty accord with the plan to clear the nation's decks of th legislative incumbrances that have accumulated during the past fifty years. There is no occasion for a business Ecare. The ereips are good, prices are high. Industries are working up to their full capacity. It is tru panics have occurred under the same con ditions, but tiny were artificially cre ated f r politics or pr fit. but it is the purpose of current b islatioa to de prive the interests of the p -w r to repeat tins.- crimes acainst the pea pie. The republicans and pro-rr sivt s must have some better -a-o:i than disaster for g'-ttiir-r together. b-eu".S' "they ain't a-o'.n to 1 no" c!i-aster. COOPERATION INVITED. W tiir. 1- i:...r-. M. R. yn- bis. 14 -- -r- .rhleago banker. t:.dc a very ei:lbl. view nf tk- evrrenev situation at the r.i r r.'"'' of th r.cv c ::imN"- iicn of the American Bankers' assro- & WOODMAN Iceprcsentatives. Advertising Bnildlnff. A. Al ilT 2.", iJl.i. ciation. Mr. Reynolds was fair and he believes Pres. Wilson desires to be fair. Mr. Reynolds is also politic. He believes more can be accomplished through cooperation and conciliation than through antagonism. Similar sentiments were expressed by other bankers. These beliefs we believe to be well founded. It is plain tlie pres ident invites cooperation and sets an. example of conciliation. All the president really insists upon is that something shall be done to improve the currency and banking system of the country. Naturally he wants the best thing done and invites cooperation to that end. Unquestionably the attitude assum ed by Mr. Reynolds was inspired. A day or two before the conference Mr. Revnolds had had an interview with; Sec. McAdoo in New York. Mr. Rey nolds scarcely attempted to conceal the fact that he was expressing the sentiment of the administration. The purport of this sentiment Is that a currency bill is to be passed at the present sersion, that the resident in vites the cooperation of bankers to make the bill as useful as possible. To this Mr. Reynolds added that de fects in the bill could be remedied, 1 later. It seems to be an accepted fact that the country needs a new currency law, but there is a wide difference of opinion as to the provisions of the law. In part this antagonism is due to political jockeying. Winn that ! spirit is s it dued by the activities of such f lir and broad minded men as J. din M. Reynolds it seems easier to ge what the country re-ally needs but the manipulators of politics may be-di-appointed In the results. The real citizens' movement start ed Aug. when Z.'.'Cl b-gal voters oted their preferences at the demo 'r;t:e primary. It makes the o-calb-d citizens' movement with its "J," TO votes look like a plugged nickel. PeoDle who have been saving up money to ko to Europe will have the opportunity of their lives If the steamship war on rates comes to the point prophesied. It Is to be "war t; the knife and knife to the hilt." If the Tribune claim that many democrats would vote at the 50-ralled citizens' primary was made good the number of republicans and progres sives at the polls must have been small. The bis Keokuk dam, one. of the great engineering achievements of the age, is to be dedicated on Tuesday. The amount of power that will be generated is almost fabulous. Satisfaction obtained by leaders 'of the so-called citizens' movement from comparing their vote with that for tho republican and progressive tick ets look like a favored smile. The small vote at the so-called cit izens' primary is easily accounted for. The people learned the true inward ness of the movement and failed to 'ake an interest. Suggestions of changes in the cur rency bill made by bankers will doubtless receive due consideration. Pres. Wilson has let it be understood that suggestions will be welcomed. Huerta is backing water like a stern wheel river boat. He finds his conception of American sentiment was quite to the bad. More citizens of South Bend favor the election of Patrick A. Joyce for mayor than voted at the so-called cit izens' primary. The announcement that Paris fash ions will be more vivid Chan usual cre ates speculation as to what the limit may be. That flash of public sentiment that was to rise and sweep the city like a tidal wave hardly wet the grass. Apparently Gov. Sulzer is being ousted on the installment plan. He Is slipping by inches as it were. The way the Tribune-Happ Keller combination planned it all came out in the wash. V 't v i . .1. x v n "e i e LITTLE OLD NEW YORK -e 5 KY NOHMAN. NEW YORK, Aug. 2 3. To few mortals falls a more surprising ad venture, even in Marvelous Manhat tan, than that which befell Mr. and Mrs. Elener de Sapresi. De Sapresi is an art editor on a magazine. He and his wife. Edith, live in art" apartment at 14!) W. 12th st. They were peacefully slumbering in the front room of the said apart ment at 2 o'clock of a recent morning when two total strangers crawled through a window into the room, having clambered up a tire escape. Mrs. de Sapresi. awakened, kicked her husband. She was too frightened to speak, but her terror did not ex tend to her legs. De Sapresi awoke just in time to find an electric Hash light being Hashed into his wife's face by one man, while the other grabbed him. Over the bed hung an old army bayonet. De Sapresi grabbed it and gave battle to the two Intruders, whom he supposed to be burglars. He certainly did cut them up some. His wife pulled down an antiquated riile which hung near the bayonet and joined In the light. The two prowlers were getting much the worst of it when three more men burst in a door and came to the rescue of the first two. One of these turned on the light, and at once all of them became anx ious to get away. But just then two policemen arrived, attracted by the uproar, and took everybody into cus tody. De Sapresi's night clothes were torn to shreds, both he and his wife were bruised and battered, and all the invaders were cut and slashed by the bayonet which the young editor had wielded so valiantly. In court it transpired that the first two intruders were a' husband who was seeking divorce evidence against his wife, and a private detective. They had been reinforced by another de tective and two law clerks. The party had very carelessly picked out tho wrong apartment. that was all, in their search for the recreant wife. Magistrate Corrigan sent the whole five to Blackwell's island for CO days. "De Sapresi would have been justified in killing' both of the first two men who entered his rooms," said the mag istrate. The de Sapresis are scarcely consoled by the punishment of the manauders, as in the melee more than $50 0 worth of art treasures in their rooms was smashed to bits. .' V JU V JU 1 V .. ,,, e v '7 i is v ? v ,- j DON'T BOTHER. Ry Herton Rraley. 5k ' J Ry Bcrton Rraley. Pel really like to have your write. If you can ever find time, A letter fills me with delight When written from a foreign clime. I'd like to hear about your trip And if the beds were soft or hard But kindly takes this little tip. Don't send me any picture card! I have a million cards at home From Buffalo and New Rochelle, Emm Cork and London, Paris, Rome. And ach one reads, "We all are well; The weather's fine wish you were here." No more of that; such stuff is barred. I'd like to have ycu write, my dear. But don't you send a picture card. Just scribble on an unpail bill Or write on pasteboard, tin or zinc. Typewrite your missives, if you will, r pencil them, or write with ink; And make them short or make them long. I still hold you in regard. But. prithee, harken to my song. Don't send me any picture card! Minister Praises This Laxative Rev. H. Stube-nvoll of Allison. Ia.. In praising Dr. King's New Life Pills for constipation. writes: "Dr. ' King's New Life Pills are such perfect pills no home should be without them." No better regulator for the liver and bowels. Every pill guaranteed. Try them. Price. 23c. at All Druggists. Advt. (the melting pot) I Mwna 1 mi ii Till: MAIN THING. It may be old and shabby, It may rattle in th gears. The tires may wea patches Like boys of tender years: It may wake the echoes loudly As it trundles up the road. And mike a noise suggesting Jt is likely to explcde. But it goes. O. yes, it goes. Spite of strangling And exploding And epileptic throes. You may think when we start it Something's happened to the earth. And when your fears are overcome Give free vent to your mirth. You may swear you'd rather walk Than ride in such a dink. But wo don't caradam for that. Nor for what the people think. For it goes, O, yes, it goes. Spite of strangling And exploding And epileptic throes. IT has come to an issue whether women shall wear an X-ray skirt or an extra skirt. The minions of the law have forced it. Now we shall see whether this alleged reform can he compelled by edict or will await the pleasure of the alleged offenders. It is creditable to that sense of fairness for which the masculine mind is justly celebrated that the average man has made no complaint, resting secure in the confidence that the eter nal vevities will eventually prevail. AN ARGUMENT FOR THE RECALL. Old Schuy. Colfax, sweetly remem bered as "Curly," sends us the follow ing as an example of inhuman cruelty on the part of a judge: Man Sentenced to Six Months in South Rend. SOUTH BEND, Ind.. Aug. 18. Six months in South Bend was the sen tence given Richard Reynolds by Mu nicipal Judge Sabath'of Chicago. Rey nolds has just arrived here to serve the "term." When the young man appeared in court to answer charges of failure to provide for his mother his parent asked that the prisoner re ceive permission to come to this city, where he has obtained a position. The request was granted, the Judge order ing Reynolds to remain in this city continuously for a half year. fc Never Son More Dearer Than JSdy Pqsquale," Who Works in Candy Factory RY MARY ROYLE O'REILLY. StalT Correspondence. THE GHETTO. Aug. ambition, Sigunorina. 23. "And for Ne ver was another like my Pasquale for ambi tion. 'Mia Matlre,' he tell me, 'what matters work? Me, I am big, strong see.' Pretty soon, after three year, or four, we buy one little house, just you and me. Patienza. Wo mo the favor to believe.' " Senora Maria Ca pabianca, a brave little figure in tidy gingham, emphasized her words with a characteristic Italian jerk of her kerchiefed head. Next instant lines of pain fretted her brown old face and her sunken lips grew tremulous. "Ah, Signorina," she murmured, "if you knew. The poor are so rich in hopes. When my Pasquale get work in that factory me, I think already how it feel in our little house. Nine dollars every week they pay heem not so bael no. Sometimes put live dollars in the stocking. When I say, 'Look, mio ligllo, we grow ricli rich, ah, now he laugh. Ecco, never was son more dearer than my Pasquale. 'Scusi. Signorina, if I say he how the neighbors they love heem already. Al ways those little children lun by the corner to catch hees hand. Aug, they look ir. his pocket, too. those small ones. For the Signorina must know my Pasquale work by a candy factory the biggest in all New York. " 'Blood of my heart,' I tell heem, you are the most best liked young man on the East 'Side. Who can tell but some day you will be' a big man, a tamman-i pol-i-tl-can.' "Then he catch my old face in his strong hands and say, whd his eyes smile, 'Precisely, Signora, Bcbe grazie.' "Dio Santo, when one remembers. It is as yesterday the factory oss he come to say, 'Pasquale, I have for ycu a more good job, twelve dollar the week.' No more will you lift the bar rels, no. I will trust you to libish the candy. When those jelly beans come all rough from the chopper you YOU will give them the shine. Se what I think of you.' "Bene, Signorina. when my boy tell me I am proud. That three dollar a 1 it ni 11 1 m r n 11 1 ii Mrs. W. : Your wrinkles, especially In miiblle ae. are inexcusable and a certain remedy fur them consists in treating the skin "thoroughly with a pin in alni"7.iin cream jelly. ;isily nmde at home. ThN is made bv pouring 2 teaspoonf 11U gly-erine In i-2 pint eold w.iter. into whb !i is tliu dissolved 1 dtinve almuzoli;. Massaging with this simple vegetable cream jelly will quiekly rid the skin of lines. Maekheads and wrinkh's and when um1 for ll.ibby musics and hollows will make the llesh firm aud smooth. Sally M. : Your dry hair and dandruff are common troubles which are very easily cured. Try this tonic which I and imny of my friends have used and found per fect. Mix one ounce quinzin with 'j pint alcohol and add pint cold water. Kub trds Invigorating tonic into your vnlp twiee a week arid the hnlr-ro..ts will t ike on a healthy growth. I kn w nothing so prompt rind sure in destroying dandruff a rid to remedy itching -nlp. This toni is wonderfully" stimulating to La ir growth and hoiild be used in o'Tincetion with -n-throx shampo.). 1 ;tia writing today about cnrhrx al . See answ-r to Verity. Verity: If you will keep your" scalp clean and pllar.t by eeeasionally shampoo ing with a teaspoonful eanthrox dissolved In a enn h,,t water, the h.ilr-n.ots wiil crow strong .ind vigrou. n-sultlac it: a Lead ef healthy, tx-autiful hair. This -an-thr.ix. whieh is easier to ue than any shampoo uf which I know. cre"at-s a wealth of whit, rhtek lather that dlnlvfs all dust .ir:d dandruff and neutralises exess oil. P.inslnc 'i"ives the s-a!p immaculate ly clean and the hair dries rapidly, with a ri h. even color and i-s ever s . iluffy and brillh-nt. May me: Yes. I kr.rw .1 harmless fat re duT that works rapidly and whb-h many of my t-o havy fr.ends u'i f bring thtrm to norinil w!cht. Into 1-.. pli.ts ho; water put 4 ounces purnoti. strain when xol :iml take a taMcpn(.r,fr.l before meals until weight H sufilciently reduced. Thn stop the treatment. This pamotis treatment require nn dieting or violent exercUe and restores the figure's gymxaet- 1 I WE j.re strongly moved to mirth i when wo read the warning 01 me ricn to young men that money is not the most desirable thing in tho world. PRESUMABLY it is the difference in time that gives South Bend what ever advantage may be deriwd from getting the five o;clock editions of Chicago papers at three o'clock. Establishes His Identity. Sir: Don't you fellows try to con nect us :n any way with that guy who jumped the bug joint. We are, as you have noticed, Adam Phule, and not Adam Nutt. Hoping you are convinced, we are, Yours truly, ADAM PHULE. THE iceman and the coalman hav ing become concurrent through the growing custom of laying in coal in summer some new winter target t of anathema must be selected. Who shall it be? THE first installment of G. C. Sehioedte Olufsen's name has been re ceived from Chicago. Curiously enough the last part was sent first. What G. C. stands for must keep us in suspense. The Gifted Phule. We feel, Adam Phule, that by na ture you're gifted to write comic things that give Laughter a chance: and, knowing by Laughter mankind is uplifted, the good you are didng we see at a glance. ANN ADMYERER. 1 Some Would Prefer Art. (Newspaper Clipping.) In one down town cafe Venus wears a pair of diaphanous trouserettes, and the Lady with the Goose is garb ed in a slit skirt, the slit extending perilously close to the Lady's neck. In another cafe where the proprietor boasted a really handsome group depicting Pan pipinp to a bevy of "altogether" woodland nymphs. Pan has been forced to don a specially made pair of overalls and the girls are elressed up in pajamas, nighties and mother hubbards. "The Sleeping Beauty," who has for years repose fully slumbereel on a slab in another safe, unclothd, now wears a made-to-order policeman's uniform. The pro prietor said he could think of no more titting garb for a sleeping figure. WHILE others prefer clothe p. C. N. F. week more is good, j-es, but better is the respect. Also, Pasquale have now more broken candy to give those J it tle ones. Always his pockets are full full, the same like a tam-man-i pol-i-tic-ian. "But soon my heart tell me it is more harder work. My Pasquale act tired. Is it seems not so strong. It is the pains in his legs and hips, like, how do you say it, rheu-ma-tism ? Not ver' bad, y'understtand. only a littl. Ecco, he have no appetite to eat. " 'Madre mia, he tell me, it is nothing, nothing, nothing. But al ways I taste that candy varnish when I breathe. The bottle, It reads it is shellac dissolved in spirits. 1 do not know what shellac what spirits. Diavolo, that is one strange thing to paint on children's candy. Next week, when I am well, I look for another job. I am not so sure of these forestieri. (Foreigners, i. e., Ameri cans.) "Signorina, when he say tlK.t I can not speak. When it come another week my Pasquaele cannot look for work. His lega are ver' lame ache all over. A man by the factory tell him always he must rub tho?e pains with that factory spirits before h can walk. Me. I think it smell like new paint. But, no. It cannot be poisonous, that varnish they put on the children's candy. That would be i n fa m e i n f a m e. "So we wait, anil wait. How should we know, Signorina? We are poor people. We thdught there were laws in this so good America. Misericordia, that such things can be! "One day my Pasquale limpetl to that factory. When he began to shine the candy his stomach 'scusi, turned. Then the boss was cross so cross. 'Get out of here,' he shouts to my poor boy: 'get out and .stay out. This is no hospital.' "So Pasquale start to walk home. Before he got here he wris blind. Blind. Blind. Signorina, my Pas ejuade, who was so strong. The doc tor say he is poisoned with wood alcohol. The doctor say that var- The Home Beauty Parlor at Hetty ueon rieal line, and after your weight is where you want it, the Hesh will be firm and the 6kin free from wrinkles. Hebe: Your yellowness around chin and neck and general "all-gone" feeling mean that your liver requin-s a regulator .and I would suggest a plain kardene tonic. This will cleanse the blood and liver aud kidneys and when these organs are In a healthy condition you will 1-e fre from bilious attacks, obstinate headn-d.es, and the pain In small of back and groin. To prepare this tonic put 1 ounce km dene into 2 pint alcohol (never us' whisky 1. theu add -2 cupful sugar and hot water to make a quart. The dose is a tablespoon ful before meals. The kardene tonic is ex cellent to clear the kin of pimple , blotches mid all)wness and Its timely use fre quently save; doctor's bills. M. Wiil.im: I do not know how your eye trouble may be caud. There are many reasons which might mike thm dull." but I do know a certain war to tone, strengthen and brighten them. To relieve th- redn-js and soothe the eyestrain ap ply the- fd;..wing tonic. Drop into ea-h ovv ur :j drops dally of a simpb prepa ration niidn at home by dissolving an o:;T .e of t-ry-it In a pint ef water. This will reliove ir.t'.a mir.ed lid and lxvuitlfy and brighten eye itself. Absolutely safe and iucxi'uslve. Kleanor: Th girl who laughei at your "1:1 ike-u;i" must have h-.d some litt e.-iusv at least. Mot fa- powders give that artificial Iok. IV!des. thy rub 0.? so easily and do darrrage to .enJd.!v "ki's. Here a formula whi h I Lnd has met 1 with wonderful success. Idssjlw fu'jri iui.es of spiirmas in i pint watt i pint water and add two teaspo.,r.fuis gly.-erh'e. Apply this JotPn t, fa neck and arms and rub until dir. It whiten t-Le skin naturally, will cling a long time, j-minc really a part of the skin, to which it give?; a dainty glow and velvety softness, nnd Is a go-d preventive of all skin b!e:nlh-s. liettj Deaa Ueauty Cook, Advertisement. THE UTTON that floods your room with ELECTRIC light is the hey to a wonderful system of household efficiency. Not only the safe, con venient and economical Electric Lamp.which alone is worth twice the cost of the service, hut the many Electrical appliances that make housekeeping easy and pleasant and cost so little to operate. Why should anyone be without Electric service when it is so easy to obtain and cost so little. It's time to be thinking of good lighting for the longer evenings. Let us explain our spec ial proposition for resi dence wiring. Indiana & Michigan Electric Company 220-222 W. Colfax Ave. nlsh for tho children's candy is shellac made thin by spirits. "See where he sits, Signorina. thinking, thinkirfg. what harm he has done all those little children. Ah, Dio Santo, if you could know how strong he was, and ambitious, my Pasquale." ROYS PELL RON. Central lire companies were called to a supposed tire when box No. 322 rang in an alarm Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock. Two small boys pulled the box. and were brought back to the station with the fire department. They CONGRESS OF OLD LADIES Oldest Women cn Grounds on Women's Souvenir Day Will Be ppringbrook Park's Guest of Honor. The oldest woman present on wom en's day will be the Park's guest of honor. A "coach and pair" will be at her disposal that she may be driven about the beautiful park grounds. Det ev ery woman present on Women's day Fhow marked respect to the park's guest of honor. There will be an orchestral concert from 2 to 5 p. m. During the after noon old-time ballads wiil be rendered. . "Darling Nellie Gray." 2. "Silver Threads Among the Gold." S. 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