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THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES.
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Police Break Up Gay Little
Drinking Party in New York
Saloon by Arresting the Gay
Masqucrader.
NEW YORK. Auir. 21. With a
pi a of beer In front of her and ci
cigarct drooping from her mouth, ac
cording to the police, a fair haired
young woman attired as a man stood
chatting with several men at the !ar
of a saloon in Brooklyn Saturday
night when Police Capt. Nicholas J.
Hayes and Policeman Joseph Brid
petts of the .Vlushing av. station, en
tered tho place.
"What hrcught you here?" asked
Capt. Hayes.
"Oh, to pet a drink," wa.s the reply
of the woman. "I am a chauffeur,
and I just came over here from my
home at Lexington a v. and Forty
second St., Manhattan."
In reply to other questions asked hy
the police, 4r.o. youn woman described
herself as "Catherine Clark, 2 4 years
old," but declined to give her address
or any information about her family.
She explained her motive for masque
rading as a man when nhe said:
"Uuless you can make pood as a
man, a pin "ias no chance to pet away
with it. I'm tired of being a plrl. I
want to worV with men so that I can
pet a man's pay. I don't want the
worries of a factory pirl who works
for a salary that will not keep body
and soul together. Only today I ex
pected to pet a job in a factory in
Brooklyn, where I was to pet a man's
pay. But it's all off now you police
men have pot me."
"Catherine Clark" was dressed ac
NEW WAISTS.
Pretty Shadow Lace or
Messaline Waists, black and
colors, Special (jj-j
Our buyers are all back
Fall Merchandise Beautiful
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New Fall Coats, Serges,
Whipcords, Bradfords and Novelty effects, large show
ing of Beautiful Coats in the Latest Styles; C1 1 QC
Special values tomorrow at $17.50 and . . . v - 0 J
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AT A SAVING OF 40c TO 50c ON THE DOLLAR.
A Tremendous Purchase of the entire surplus stock of a large importer and manufacturer enables us to save
you money on Dress Goods of all kinds.
Sale Begins Tomorrow Morning
DRESS GOODS Storm Serges, French Serges, Fancy
black and white checks, all kinds of materials up to 54
inches wide and worth $1.00 a yard. Qp
Sale price Zt Jkj
DRESS GOODS 50
jj Plains. Worth
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S1.25 a yard.
Hair
S Vigor
Then you will have a clean and healthy
scalp. No more hair loss. No more
rough, scragly hair. Does not color.
Ask Your Doctor.
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cording to the late.Pt fashion for men
attire. She wore a blue serpe suit, a
turned down collar with four-'n-hand
tie, a good scarfpin, tan sock and ox
ford ties to match, and a chauffeur's
cap. Her hair was closely cropped.
In the top buttonhole of her coat was
an emblem of tho Independent Order
of Odd Fellows. When asked why
she wore this, the pirl said, lauphinp
ly: "I'm an odd fellow, all right, am I
not?"
Appearinp in the clothes she wore
when arrested, the younp woman was
arraipned later in the. Adams st. po
lice court before Magistrate Voorhees.
She was charged with beinp a va
prant and pleaded not pullty. She was
held for a hearinp Monday.
Capt. Hayes recently received in
formation that a younp woman who
appeared in men's clothing had been
seen in resorts in Flushinpand Myrtle
a vs., Brookly.
SAI'KST IjAXATIVK FOIt WOMKX.
Nearly every women needs a pood
laxative. Dr. Xinp's New Life Pills
are good because they are prompt,
safe, and do not cause pain. Mrs. M.
C. Dunlap of Lreadill. Tenn., savs:
"Dr. King's New Life Pills helped her
troubles preatly." Get a box today.
Price. 25c. Recommended by all
druggists. Advertisement.
DIDN'T WAKI. BABY.
CARMKL. When Mr. and Mrs.
Wade Furnas ran into an automobile
and another buggy their own buggy
was thrown over and Mrs. Furnas fell
over her one-year-old baby and the
buggy pinned both to the ground.
Anxious hands lifted the buggy and
found the babe fast asleep.
Aver
nararr distribution of right merchandise ai
RIGHT PRICES"
SOUTH BKND'S FASTEST OROWIMQ STOIIE.
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from the east, and the past week we have opened thousands
Suits, Coats and Dresses.
MEW
SUETS
Printzess and several
New York makes of high
grade Suits.
Ttae Newest
Beautiful tailored and
new Paris effects, Serges,
Poplins, Broadcloths, Wide
Wale. We offer an un
matchable showing the
coming week r1 7 Cfl
at $25.00 and.. $ -U
New Fall
Women's and Misses'
$TT Til ?? TT?
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Coafl
inches wide. Diagonals. Semes, Black, Navy, Red, Tan and
Sale price
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Husband Fails to Respond and
New York Woman Will Get
a Divorce on the Evidence
She Submitted.
NEW YORK. Aug. 31. Failure to
answer the accusation of his wife,
who named time and place and a wo
man in her complaint, brought to a
close yesterday the opportunity of
Frank C. Carley to defend the action.
Mr. Carley is a broker, living at No.
118 E. Fifty-fourth st. His wife, Mrs.
Ireno H. Carley, will win a decree of
divorce by default.
Mrs. Carley, four weeks ago, en
paged Crocker & Wickes of No. 5
Nassau St., to draw her complaint aft
er she had gathered evidence which
she considered sufficient. The legal
mill was set In operarion with the
filing of the document In the county
clerk's office. Mr. Carley was allowed
the customary 20 days to make his
answer. He remained silent in so far
as the court was concerned and the
legal wheels ground the action of
Carley vs. Carley into the usual form
for the undefended divorce hopper.
There It now awaits a turn along with
the hundred others which are re
ceived by the dozen and leave one by
one all settled after a short few min
utes before the justice.
The evidence which Mrs. Carley
will present to the justice when her
turn arrives is that with the aid of
others she learned that Mr. Carley
went to the Van Cortlandt hotel one
night in July with a woman, uniden
tified. Mrs. Carlekv's counsel will request
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Silk amd
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Fesses
Ladies' Silk Messa
line Dresses, newest
fall styles, in all sizes,
black', navy, cop, grey
and brown. CROC
Special pj.uJ
Ladies' Silk Messa
line Dresses, the latest
with the new pleated
overskirt effect; black,
navy, grey, cop and
Special . . . .
$10.00
Ladies' Charmeuse
Dresses in the latest
styles, black and all
shades. fflO Cfl
Special yL4i
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Ladies' all wool, fin
ish Serge Dresses, in
black, navy, brown,
grey or cop, all sizes,
several styles. c QC
Special 4) J. 03
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DRESS GOODS Dress
Plaids, Fancy Materials. An
goods of all kinds, that would
at 59 cents a yard. Sale price
After Vacation Peel
Your Discolored Skin
Fr"tn 15 rood way Weekly.)
Women returning from tbe seaside with
browned, reddened or freckled complex
ions will le wis in immediately taking
up the morvoHzed wax treatment.
eatlir!eaten skin had t-st eome off, for
no amount of "beautifying" will ever make
ueh "kiii pretty to look at. The surest,
safest, easiest way to shed the despolh-d
entitle is with the treatment suggested.
Put the wax on before retiring, us you
would cold rream. and rinse It efT next
morning with warm water. Minute par
ticles of s-arf skin will peel off day by
day. gradually showing the healthy,
youthful skin beneath. One oune of mr
eollzeti wax. obtainable at any drug store,
is enough to make any discolored or spot
ted complexion clear, white and satiny
soft. Its action is so gentle no Injury is
caused and the fact shows no trace of its
Use.
Burning, bent. Irritating winds and dirt
are such wrinkle-makers that the dally u
of the following astringent-tonic lotion at
this season is highly advisable: Pow
dered saxollte, 1 oz.. dissolved in witch
hazel, v pt. Used as a faee bath this Is
a splendid wrinkle remover and pre
ventive. Advertisement.
that she receive the custody of her
child, seven years old. She will not
ask for alimony.
SHE FELT JFLY ON BRAIN
Woman Detective Then Has Man
Placed Under Arrest,
NEW YORK, Aug. 31. Francisco
Guerino of No. 37 Carmine st. was
held Saturday by Chief Magistrate
McAdoo, in Jefferson Market court,
for trial In special session on a
charge of practicing medicine with
out a license. The camplainant was
Mrs. Isabelle Goodwin, police detec
tive sergeant.
Mrs. Goodwin says she went to
Guerino's office Aug. 9, and that he
agreed to treat her and accepted $5
on account. She says Guerino told
her that he did not administer medi
cine, but that he healed by h,ypno-
NEW SKIRTS.
Splendid values in New
Dress Skirts, black or navy,
$8.50, $4.85 CTO QK
and 4)0. iJ J
cf dollars' worth of New
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Goods in Serges, Checks,
immense selection of dress
sell regularly
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Sale of Trunks and Baggage '
The week of September 2nd, starting Tuesday, will be
"Trunk Week" on our second floor. The Indestructo
discontinued numbers will be offered at less than half-price.
The discontinued number is of regular Indestructo make, made of
selected wood, waterproof, with reinforced round metal corners, protect
ed all over by hardwood slats. Discontinued because of a later model,
and contracted for by us at a price decidedly low.
To College? For Vacation? Travelling?
Then Indestructo is the Word
Indestructo Tourists
Re
32-inch Tourist Steamer
32 inch Tourist Men's
32 inch Tourist Ladies
36 inch Tourist iMen's
40 inch Tourist Steamer
Leather Bags
Leather lined, black and tan, cowhide, 16 to 18 inches in size, 7.00 to
10.00 values, this sale 5.75
Leather lined, black and tan, 15 to 18 inches, regular 12.00 values, this
sale 7.45
tism. She says he made several parses
with his hands in front of her face.
Then, she says, she detected an odor
like chloroform or ether and became
dazed.
"Do you feel a sensation as if a
fly were crawling over your brain?"
Guerino is alleged to have asked.
Mrs. Goodwin replied that she did and
Guerino is alleged to have said:
"Ah, then, 1 can cure you."
Mrs. Goodwin says she was again
treated by Guerino on Aug. IK
WAR OX MOTORCYCLISTS.
BENTON HARBOR. Chief of Po
lice Foeltzer announced "war to the
hilt" Friday on speed-craztd motor
cyclists. Arrests are being made
right and left and heavy fines im
posed. ORANGES BOOZi: CURE.
BRAZIL.. In an address here Fri
day before tho Clay county teachers,
Mrs. Margaret Romine asserted t:iat
oranges will cure drunkenness and
apples are a sure antidote for stom
ach trouble, bad temper ai:d love.
The Adventures of
Johnny Mouse.
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PATENTS
Ar.Z. Trade Marks Obtained In ill
Countries. Advice Free. GEO. i.
OLTSCH, Registered Patent Atty.. 711
12 Studebaker Bid,, South Bend, lni
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According to Custom Our Store Will Be Closed
All Day Monday, September 1st Labor Day.
Price Sale Price
12.00
12.00
13.00
15.00
17.00
5.00
6.00
6.50
7.00
8.00
40 inch Steamer
40 inch iMen's
40 inch Ladies'
36 inch Mei.s
36 inch Ladies'
Come and See Us'
Geo. Wyman & Co.
LIBERAL BUYING IS
BOOST 10 ALL GRAIN
Anticipation of the Two Day
Holiday Creates a Strong
and Active Market All
Cables Are Higher.
CHICAGO. Aug. 30. All grains ad
vanced Saturday, liberal buying in an
ticipation of the two day holiday
Sunday and Monday (Labor day) tre
ating a strong and active market.
Corn, the must active of the pits, made
a net gain of 1-4 to r.-4.
Wheat rose l-Sdil-4 tn 1-2 7
and Oats finished with an upturn of
3-8 fa 1-2 to 5-8.
Provisions closed irregular 12 1-2 rJ
15 lower to 15 advance.
In addition to buying of corn by
shorts the market was strengthened
by higher cables, by estimates that
the year's crop would show a shortage
of 4 88,000,000 bu. as compared with
last year's output, and by the fact that
offerings were comparatively limited.
Wheat was helped by firmness of
corn, after a rather easy opening on
weaker cables and forecast for good
weather. A feature of wheat trading
was changing of large holdings of
Sept. to Deo.
Primary arrivals Saturday were 1.
101,000 bu. against 1.821,000 bu. last
vear. Seaboard clearances of wheat
and flour equalled 1.097,000 bu.
Oats were helped by firmness of
other grain but trade was not large.
Provisions were dull and lower ex
cept in pork, which scored a l.'c ad
vance in the Sept. delivery on heavy
covering by shorts.
TOLEDO GRAIN.
TOLEDO, Aug. 30. Close: Clover
seed, prime cash, $7.15; Oct. l.'J 5;
Dec. $6.97 1-2; March $7.12 1-2.
Alsike, prime, Dec. and March.
$10.10. Timothy, prime cash, old,
$2.50; new. $2.60; Sept. and Oct.
$2.60; Dec. $2.65; March $2.72 1-2.
CHICAGO LIVE STOCK.
CHICAGO. Aug. 30. Closf. HOGS
Receipt?, 15,000; weak and 5c 10c
lower.
Bulk of salps. $7.90i S. 40; light.
JS.2C a S.90; mixed. $7.53 i S.R." : heavy
$7.40. . 60; rough. $7.40i7.70; pigs.
$3.75i K.60.
CATTLE Receipts, 500; slow and
steady.
Beeves. $6.501 9.25; Texas steers.
$6.751 7.75; stockers and fr-oders.
$5.507.90; cows and "heifers. $5.65
S.60; ; alves. $3.0" '.i 12.35.
.SHEEP Receipts. 5,000; steady to
10o lower.
Native sheep. $3.55.00; year
lings. $5.25Tr6.10; native lambs. $5.75
fa S.10.
DRV GOODS MAKK57T.
NEW YORK. Aug Although
several leading houses on th cotton
goods market were closed Saturday,
a good volume of business was done.
Prices were firm. Not only was th
tendency in gray goods toward high
er levels but southern mills wer"- in
clined to. withdraw their quotations.
Haw silk hld steady. Burlap prices
tended upward, on the Calcutta mar
ket. A good business was done in
linens for the next spring season.
do vou iTAii coxsr.MimoN.
No matter how chronic your cough
or how severe your throat or lung ail- j
ment is Dr. King's New Discovery will
surely help you; it ma.v save your life.
Stillman Oreen. of Malichit Col.,
writes: "Two doctors said I had c-'ii-sumption
and could not live tw. years.
I used Dr. King's New Iisrov.-ry and
am alive and well." Your money re
funded if it fails to benefit you. The
best home remedy for coughs, colds.
and Jl.ro. Guaranteed by all drus
gists. Advertisement;
Trunk Sale
Indestructo Specials J -
Reg Price Sale-Prfcfl
20.00 10.00
29.00
32.00
25.00
2S.00
14.50
16.50
12.50
14.00
GROW YOUR HAIR
Ilcfferllne'd nalr Tonir and Gray nair
Restorer, the grent Callfornhi 3KcoTery, lr
.Ti.)ir. Ilefrerlinr, l one of the grentrvt
hnir growers and darirtrtiff ctire in V
norl l. It feeds stnrvM hair and makra it
pr.w. I ,- nnt eolor tho flalp. Msnu
fn-ftirod nnd sold by John W. nefTerl!rp.
1014 1'emj'le htpihj. Ohio; 111"
Krist Pirt strr-K. Mnnrie, fnd. Large brt
tie- $1.00 priaU n receipt of prtcc- ACW
"erti'err.ent.
EYES EXAMINED FREE
UUu-xca Fitted at Moderate ITlccs
fcatb faction Gaar&ntrcd.
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DR. J. BURKE & CO
Icallng Opticians of Nortiicrn IiWi
ftiia 2Sl 8. MJchlffan Ht, Bwudsj
9 to by Appointment.
NOTICE: Wo duplicate any ln.
the came day. No matter who flu!
them. Brinjc tho pieces.
fcHOMEOr GOOD CLOTHES
CB.STEED, MOR
I-.ery l'atienl n Booster for
SVVEM, The Chiropractor.
Hay Fever.
S0-30G Dean Building.
Homo Phono 23C5.
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RIVER VIEW CEMETERY
lots ron TiinrE chatt:. tti.
PEIirETt'AL CAJtlB GUAItV.NTr.ED.
Home I'bo-, Crmrtrrj, 5373
Brll Thon-a, Cetn-try.
nrll rhone, FapU H till
Dr. I. E. Cummlni, I'm.
Elmer Crorkrtt, Trrs.
.Icho G. IirVrr, vntl Pnyi.
ALTO AMBULANCE iEKVICE.
HIRAM C. KRIEGHBAUH
FUNERAL DIRECTOR
L. H. O RVIS
FUNERAL DIRECTOR
Iuly AUtaut
121 Nort.n .'Michlsan St,
Tlonie 5207. Bell 291
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