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THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES.
m.ymm mm. x ARE TO BE SEE Look Me Yeer Fa Clothing Expens 2 VII 1 w5 Monday. si:im:Amnu 1, iojs N IT PANAMA Closed 2 JUtLUiUl V n ii 1 IS I! A- - I a PASSES ell Phone 183. "ft ' i i i - - - . Id sa)an; i ne o --'-r-? -'.- J-rr-t- j a nome oi my own is a rarce to i have had the grit ' The national trend of home seekers to day is to get out, away from the dirt, smoke and noise of the city i yet have the advantages of city life. IT -. . L n offers this and more, its one acre traces aives vnnm fnr j ( ; a garden, fruits and ;! to nature. A mim m'mt of pure water is another one of the many advantages this addition has to offer its buyers. A large number of the lots have been sold but the remaining ones are li on the boulevard out this arternoon or Sunday morning of these choice lots before they are all j! buy them with your saving on the very liberal terms of 10.00 Down and, 10.00 a Month m Salesmen on the Ground Saturday afternoon, Sunday and all day Monday. 1 Ii&ia Title aid Bell Phone 4352 Eead tine If you were certain your last fall and winter's coats and suits could be made to look as good as new you would not hesitate to send them to us for FAULTLESS 1EY V AMRKG Our methods will do wonders in freshening, brightening and restoring original beauty of all outer garments. We deliver all garments on hangers in wrinkle proof bags without extra charge. BUY CLEANMNG C, 532 NORTH EMERICK ST. r-Lji &y4 Vn t . wT"n ' . ' t r'r"'3r-;'"g; r - .4 thai "Sometime I to make a start. J - ulJlZi JLIJUjA 7 - ' " A -w A. AAA A A chickens. It takes its people back FLOWING and are being rapidly taken. Come Plain and Center Sts. Home Phone 2283 IZ3 11 1 1 rj -- - v' 1 li i 4 'iTOTgri TT 1 u !! ; am going to have only those who i n J1 AID WELL and select one gone. You can Loai 11 I i Home Phone 6538 ti !1S Wo A Fund is Being Raised by Sub scription and is Expected to Go Near Million Mark Line Gives $50,000. NEW YORK, Auff. CI. Fifty thou sand dollars has been subscribed by the Hamburg-American line, through Director Ballln, for the expense of making an unofficial exhibit of Ger man manufactures at the Panama exposition to be held the year after next at San Francisco. The announcement was made Sat urday at the New York offices of the company by William G. Sickel, a vice director of the line. The company asks for additional subscriptions both here and in Germany, and the man ner in which they will bo received probably will be announced within a few days. The project was launched in Ger many by Director Ballin. who has a wide acquaintance in official circles there. The government decided not to participate officially owing to a de pression in the machinery business which leads experts to believe that the display would not complete, and could not, therefore, be taken up as a national matter. Certain German manufacturers had already spoken of exhibiting their wares, and at this point, Mr. Pallin came forward with a subscription of SoO.OOO in behalf of the company. At the same time the Hamburg-American line will give a reduction in freight rates on such goods as are being for warded to an Francisco for display in the exposition. It is believed that many persons in Germany will join in a popular sub scription and that at the same timo there will be numerous citizens of this country, either of Teutonic birth or origin, whose affection for the Fath erland will lead them to aid the pro ject. It has been suggested by Mr. ISallin that the enterprise, which may become a private one, would be aided materially if the people of San Fran cisco would give free a site for the re quired buildings. Just what structures may be erected depends entirely upon the amount of money which can be raised. The sum may vary from two or three hundred thousand to a million dollars. The expense of installing the exhibits is always large, especially in thk ense df foreign countrie.-. where the freight charges are "heavy and supplies must be obtained far from home. USE AIRSHIP IN ASM EARLY JfiORNING CALL Two Airmen Drop in on ?oivjort Ac- iuaintanc snd Join Him at Iroa!vfa-t. Xi:VrollT. Aug. r.O. Mr. agh il- I.. Willoi: :hby r-eived a now 1 call Sunday morning when two airmen, 'Messrs. Ceroid Hanley and Morris, "his instructor, flew from Proidence in their hydrojlano and landing on the water facing his villa, joined Mr. Wil'.oiiKhby at breakfast, after which they returned to Providence, thirty miles distant, the whole trip taking less than two hours and a half, with one hour for breakfast. Mr. Willoughby is now overhauling the engine in liis new airship, the Pelican TIT., and expects to make a Night the latter part of the week. Mr. William Thaw, who had had his hydro-aeroplane at Wateli Hill the early part of the season, has had the machine shipped to Newport, and will fly in the vicinity next week. POOR TO GET THE ESTATE Iirother and Si-trr Fail in Attempt to I honk Will. liTvnniii'An. i. t., auet. -i. Purrc'Kato icoli of Suffolk county ad mitted to prnl.ato Saturday tho will of Androw Jackson Smith of Patch optic. The decision follows a content made ly a hrothcr and a sister of the testator! who declared that Mr. Smith, who was years old. was incompe tent to make a will and was under undue influence. The estate amounts to about ?25, 00A. In the will it is left to Sidney Girard of the Citizens' National bank of Patchopue, who may use it for the benefit of the poor of Patchogue or in .any other way he sees fit. Mother Yes. one package makes two quarts of baby medicine. See di rections. There is nothing Just as pood for babies and children as Hol lister's Rocky Mountain Tea. 35 cents. Tea or Tablets. Coonley Drug Store. Advertisement. "GETS-IT" for Corns, and Away They Go! "GETS-IT. the w-rian Cam Cure, GeU Any Corn Purely, Quickly. You'll s.iy, "It does beat all how quick "C,i:TS-IT" iot rli of that corn. It's al most m;isic'. "GETS-IT" pets every corn, ".N'ner loultt Do This lleforr. "GETS-IT" 3Iidc llwry Corn Vanish Like ?Iaj?if. every time, as sure ::s' tlie ?un rises. It takes about l! ttonds t. apply 1:. Corn pain s stop, you forjrrt the orn. tr. shrivels up. and It's cui.e! Kver tr corn any thing lik that? You nver dl.l. TLere's no imre fusl:;r with i.j!om that pr'S- on th corn, no nv-re salves that tak off the surroundlriK r.'h. no more la:n!aces. No more knives, fih-s or razors that mike eorr.H ?rw. and causa rianjrer of blood poUoi.. "(JETS-IT" l equslly harm!, :ss to healthy or irritated i1eh. It "ptV every corn. wart, r.nllu and bunion voa'v st. "CSKTS-IT" U sold at all lrus:i:s' at 25 cents a bottle, or sent on receipt cf urlcft br U. Lawrtace L Co. CMcasj. f A-i t -ds ROBERTSON'S In The Heart ! 1 u I FIND Tl SHOE jp25! loam's hi i in I mm FOOT 19 SiRffl luwmmn ij ' ' ' ' I.HI. - 1 , m ; - r Fish is Captured in Nets and When It is Cut Open Fisher men Make Find Try to Find the Owner. NEW YORK, Aug. 31. The foot of a woman wearing a tan shoe and ;i knitted stocking was cut fr m the stomach of a man-eating shark by fishermen in the Atlantic ocean off Spring Lake beach, N. J.. according to lh fishermen thems Ives, and Wil- K'.m I. 'hnur, manufa :tur r nf Day- titn. )., who iiiil lit- saw ih t t ami vho li;is -i. tuinunir liom there. Tho shark, which was 1 crihed If'intj IS feet in length and ihiiitr S io pounds, lo'amo entangled in tin1 nets of the lislu-rmn, and wh-n they wont out in Mnall 1 ats to nuikc the (1 U!v l)atil on Monday :hty found the .shark whipping the nets al'oiit and tearing them. CajH. Con-.lics, in command of one of tbe lishintr baats aid one (d the b-Ft known fishermen aloiuT the New jr?ey coast, drew in cne of the nets with live of his men. When they krd the. monster to the surface they aft'ed him while he was trying to overturn the boat. As hv turned over on his baek dead it was decided that h? was to bi,i to set into the boat to take adhere, .so it was decided to cut him open and take ashore a. full length section to pro-o his size. Fishermen always a t open sharks to see what they have inside of them. The shark's belly was a wa-h with the boat's nnwale when the knife was ap plied, and (."apt. Cmbes and his live men were horrified to see the foot a woman fall out of th? stomach into the boat. They released the shark's carcass and took the foot ashore. Ohmer was lishing near by in a pVasure boat, and he said last iii'-fju that he r.ot only had seen the loot but the shark from which it was cut. li -sid the foot had been bitt-n off of a woman's leg between the knee and the ankle and that all of the stock- iri' h:ol rump iiumv with if . "From the condition of the foot J t and the shoe it could not have been in th" shark's stomach hn." said Mr. ohmer. 'If the woman was dead when ho swallowed her foot she could ; not have been dead long." Xo reports were found of any wo man who had lost a foot through an encounter with a shark. One of the puzzling things was that the foot wa.s said to have a shoe on it. proving the woman was not a bather. She might have fallen overboard and then been attacked by the shark. PIVES BRIDE-ELECT A CHECK FOR $100,000 DENVER, Colo., Aug. Hun dreds of thousands of dollars in money for the gems and rich .nil rare pres ents rarely duplicated :n the history of weddings are being shower1;! upon Mss Kate Vidler, who on Tuesday will become the bride of Theodore Ilevillon, a wealthy Parisian and momber of the Region of Honor. Miss Vidler is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Itees C. Vidler, whoe home is on Lookout mountain, near Denver, where the marriage ceremony will be performed. Mr. Ilevillon on last Thursday gave to his fiancee a cheek for $100,000. and searely a day passes without some present fnm him being received. Other giffs Miss Vidler ha--received from Mr. Ilevi.lon include a set of jewels, pendant sunburst of diamonds worth ?"n,rfntf rjn- of C diamonds set in platinum. $4.o'"1 and a bracelet set with eight lare dia monds and studded wit a smalier diamonds. $2".C00. An imi-ort-d v tch of platinum case and sapphire winding stem jewelled with rubies, diamonds, sapphires and emeralds; a diamond tiara, lockets. :hains. brace lets and gems of rar- design and workmanship, and rare, furs and set:--of ermine. doxt urr nxiiv si ti ::k n n ii i:czi:.ma am skin i:i:lttions. Ikabies noed a perfect skin-co-ring Skin eruptiens cau?" them not only intense sufferinc, but hinder their growth. in. nonoNs i:(7i:ma OIXTAirNT can be relied on f( r re lief and permanent cure t suiierin babies whose skin eruptions hav made their life miserable "Our bib -wfs afilicted with 1 reaking out of th skin all over the face ar. 1 son'p. Doe tors and skin specialists failed to help. W- tried Vr. Hobson's i:c7'ma oint ment and were overjoyed to s-. e baby us-'il," writes Mrs. Strut !er. Pubuunc. Iowa. All druggists, or by mail. 5'V. iti:iiti:i: ciiiimkwI; comi'any. St. LouLs -Ma Philadelphia, Pa According to the policy of this store in recognizing all holidays it will be closed the entire day--Monday. Interesting sales have been arranged for next week beginning Wednesday-- VGich for them. In d Strarct; settled community land ispfrceH fcr its farm productive value only. Start a little settlement of people in the center of the farm and the land at once takes on an added .1 value as used tor dwellings or commercial purposes. As the population of a city increases, the lane: values grow bigger and in far greater proportion 3 - ? than the growth in population. t .1 r ' .4 SoulK Bend Kas approximately GO, 000 people and land values within Ihe city limits of about 7,000,000 Dollars. ti When South Bend doucles its population its land values vill approximate 20,000,000 Dollars. This increase in Idnd values is rjradual, is going on every day and year. It has made your neighbor rich or has provided him a competence for old age. You owe it to yourself and your family to share in the growing values of South Bend real estate. OUR $1.00 DOWN 50 CENTS A WEEK PLAN OF PAYMENT MAKES IT EASY FOR YOU TO 1 A OWN REAL ESTATE. si l:'3 F FOR A TERM OF YEARS. We offer these terms on lots ranging from $150 to $375 in various portions of the city, and particularly in LINCOLN PARK ADDITION on West Division street, just west of the Singer Factory the fastest growing part of the city; also in SOUTHMOOR, the connecting link between South Bend and Mishawaka on the south side of the river. We will sell you a home on payments like rent. We offer acreage tracts close to town, good land no sand at low prices and easy terms. Let us tell you more about these tracts. I:- A -i c I .1 f N : .1 i 'i .-1 i mi Li ii 204 SUMMERS BLDG. Bell Fhonc 66. Home Phone 5866 1 WE-SiTE DEWTAL PARLORS 111 W. WASIIIVfiTO.V AV. OVJIIt HKUU'S HOOK STOUK. I lr-t Stairs Wit of American Trut Co. The only one price Dental office in South Bend. 1 1 Tl.c people appreciate minute. OUi; ONIM'KK Gold Crowns Ub ct )..... $:?.oi) Pn.l'," Work (Ite.t) S3.'- White Crowns (Ilest) ...'..v J l y i-r o eharire fr ctrac ting u Hours I-adv Attendant. I fS l-t - V. yT " AN I ! ' il Of South Bend 0 I j ! .. ! 1 NO INTEREST OF TAXES i riucr.s. Fet of Tf-th . Filv.-r Filll".a rainb s i:r: lien ordering Xti Tt-tli. H to H o't liK-k. J-nnday 9 Till Noon. I- 1 Ul v 0 ! 4 Ihii fact and are keeping u buy rrrry I ) $r.oo tj ?r ; i-ci r.z .v-'o li Jl 1 1 f j Jl i