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THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES. Bell Phone 10 IVJLiUJPJL IU1 i U i rav m n 123 SOUTH MAIN STREET Telephone Your Items to The News Home Phone 113 r 5: -: v H0HB.Y PfiOKE 10 BE REi WITS Chief Owl Vogt's Chances to Win Contest Are Said to Be "Dead." Dark Horse Cas bon and Judge Mctzger Working Hard. Local wit Is exercising wide and varied rant'o In the concoction of novel features to run with the home ly man'3 contest, the feature event of the voting' contest under way In the city. The "Nut Factory," otherwise the Casbon store on W. Second t, is the chief dispensary of wit. In the win dow of the store for several days thero has Leon a caged owl with the Inscription, "Sammy has caged Chief Owl when the votes are counted he will have his tail feathers picked." To the initiated this means that Sammy Meyers has completely outdistanced Chief Owl Vogt in the contest. Well, the owl died. It was a bad omen. The seers predicted that thereby died Vogt's chances. But the owl must be buried, so the managers of the "Nut Factory" ordered a cofiln. It was a regular small size black cofiln. lined with white plush. In solemn slumber reposed the owl. A silver name plate bore the too true inscription, "At Iicst." Over the casket was a sign "Funeral at Noon Tomorrow." Now to break the latter up it means that the votes will be counted at noon to morrow and that thereby will ensue tho funeral of Chief Vogt's chances in the race. Nor is Judge Mctzger escaping. (Metzger is running well up in tho contest and has to travel the road of tho rest of them. In front of the "Nut Factory" tho keepers cn-cted a store box, trimmed with bunting and American flags and labeled with a largo sign, "Hear Judge Metzger the silver tongued orator on his chances In the homely man's contest 2 p. m. dally." Evidently the small Ford auto with the chicken beneath the rear wheel calling "cheap, cheap." failed to irri tate the genial candidate to the de Fired amount, so the platform follow ed. When the guard was at the other end of the hall one of the chief "Nuts" let it out that Metzger has not es caped yet as the big boom for h candidacy will appear Tuesday after noon. Oh, by tho way, Dark Horse Casbon is also in the race. Casbon is called the keeper of tho "Nut House." This was what the sign read on tlio big black mule that paraded Second st. Monday morning In tho interest of the "Dark Horse's" candidacy. Tho mule was in charge of a real jockey and pa-tlentlj- followed the ear of corn hung In front, of his nose from a bamboo pole. On tho animal's back were many signs, tho meaning of which were only known to the initiated. When tho big black mule approached the Casbon store one of the carnival announcers with a huge megaphone Ftood on tho opposite side of the street and made Quite a stump speecli in Casbon's interest. Tho speaker swore by every hair in the mule's body that ho absolutely knew that "Dark Horse" was the homeliest man in town and asked for support for his candidacy. A dark rumor floated about town In tho afternoon that the campaign managers for the "Dark Horse" had Ftolen the mule and were going to use It in another "stunt" Tuesday after noon, o watch for the big black mule. PROGRAM FOH TODAY. Band concert at exhibit hall, dally at 1:30 p. m. to 2:30 p. m. Hand on streets daily at noon. Fhows open at 1:30 p. m. dally. Phil Green will give free exhibi tion daily at 4:30 p. m., 8:00 p. m., on the world's greatest Spariol tour ball rolling. Fire apparatus will make run dally 10:00 a. m. Signor Vincent Albertlo, Uoyal Italian band, will give dally con certs. Free dancing every afternoon and night at the manufacturing ex hibit hall. BLARE OF BANDS "A BSG RISK" t go on neglecting the Stom nrh. Liver nnd Ilowels when Nature Is calling for nsMstnnoe. You are enly inviting sickness. Get a bottle of HOSTETTER'S Stomach Bitters and check any tendency to wards a spell of Indigestion, Biliousness, Costlveness or Malaria. I: LKHART MS OPENS GAUL MISHAWAKA CLASSIFIED FOR SALE Within two blocks of new M. E. church, 7 room house, Ticnvly papered, bath, furnace, hot and cold water, screens, awnings. ITlce only $2,250. Inquire of Miss Lettle May, 229 E. Fourth st. TOT! HALE 5 room house In good repair, near Dodge factory. This investment will yield 11 per cent. Rents for ?9 month. Can be bought for $1,000. Miss Lottie May, 229 E. Fourth st. FOR RENT 6 rooms, N. Studebaker st. JS.00 HASTINGS. 21 S N. Michigan St.. Thones Home 6440; Hell 211. FOR SAEE OR TRADE An auto truck at Stalter Bros. garage, 415 F. Main st. yfjTl SAEE A cosy home for J2. f.OC.OO. ONLY 4 BLOCKS FROM MAIN AND SECOND STREETS. 7 rooni house, electric lights, gas and bath. I can fined NO OTHER PLAGE CLOSE IN THAT IS SO WELL WORTH THE MONEY. MISS LET TIE MAY, 229 E. Fourth st. FOR SALE I will sMl for S2.300.00 a HANDSOME SQFARE S-ROOM HOUSE just OTF S. MAIN ST. Only f 7 feet from pavement, electric light. gas, water granted. A new furnace Just put in. lot 4 4xl2f. A chicken park to accommodate 1"0 chickens. I have priced most of the property that's for sale south of the Lake Shore and this is the greatest bargain I can And in that part of town. Inquire at 229 E. Fourth st. Miss little May. FOR STALE Good Jersey cow. 1213 Margaret st. Home phone 492. Mishawaka. FOR RENT A 7-room house, mod ern except furnace, at 221 Rattell St., Mishawaka. Call E. S. Crocker. Home phone 5347, Bell phono 2240. WANTED Experienced girl for gen eral housework; two in family; no washings. Apply TOG W. Joseph st., Mishawaka, Ind. FOR SALE Two new 7-room houses on 14th st.. near Spring. Mishawa ka, Cistern and well. C.ood cellars. Piped for gas, wired for electric lights. Cash or payments. Ceo. D. Peroth. 13S-138 N. Main st., bouth Bend. . Telephone C32S. POLITICS SIZZLING DMG H or i Bull Moosers Said to Be Active. Mutiny Said to Have Broken Out in Ranks of Standpatters and Progressives. Notwithstanding the announcement made some days ago that there would be a cessation of activity in city po litical circles during Home Coming week, indications now point to much activity in certain quarters. The pro gressives are unusually busy the present week. Certain members of tho party who desire to control are strengthening the movement to form a union ticket. While tho dissatisfac tion of the only central committee the party ever had in Mishawaka, and of their friends, grows each day. Party committeemen, many of whom earn ed their title by loyalty to progressive principle long before Roosevelt toss ed his hat into the ring, and thereby ignominiously thrust out of the re publican party by the stand-pat dis trict chairman. Perry Smith, of War saw, now declare they do not pro pose to be practically cast aside by a self-constituted committee composed of Mishawaka stand-pat central com mitteemen, and a dozen or so bull moosers who trailed along after the party in Its fight of 1912. In addition to the candidates an nounced for the leading city offices, tho progressives aro urging from among the party numerous repre sentative progressives for ccuncilmen. In tho first ward, the names of Milan Avery and Georgo Moon are men tioned. Ira Boles is talked of in the second ward, while J. W. Russell, the coal-man, will be placed on the ticket by his friends in the third ward. In the fourth ward, John I'ishel, of present park commissioner, John W. Walker, Edgar Finney and M. E. Russ are spoken of for possible can didates, while in the fifth ward Fred Kaiser, C. W. Gamble and George Frank are mentioned for that office. For councllman-at-large the names of A. D. McKnight and Lawrence Bobbins, for the North side, and O. E. Lang, Peter J. Lelman and M. M. Fisher for the South side. On tho union or citizens ticket, E. J. W. Fink. In the first ward; former councilman J. D. Fulmer, in the sec ond; George W. Studley in the fourth, and Verniee Ludwig. and former chief of police P. F. Jarret, are men tioned for couneilmen, while for mayor R. H. Jernegan and Ralph W. Gayler are those promlnenty mentioned. J. Frank Hatch Shows Are En tertaining Homecomers. Cel ebration in Charge of Busi ness Men Decided Success. the streets of the city every morning. The Hatch company i3 one of the few owning one of these Instruments. HOLD JOi GEPHES FOR BURGLAR JOBS Mystery of Jewel Robberies May Now Be Cleared Up. Escapes and Flees to Mishawaka. MISHAWAKA WINS BY SCORE OF 64 Mishawaka defeated the South Bend All-Stars Sunday afternoon on the north side diamond by the score of to 4. Both aggregations put up a good game of ball, the locals hav ing tho advantage toward the latter part of the game. A large number attended the game. The Mishawaka south siders have a game scheduled for Monday after noon with Adlers team from South Bend. This game will also be played on the north side diamond. SAFEST LAXATIVE FOR WOMEN. Nearly every women needs a good laxative. Dr. King's New Life Pills are good because they are prompt, safe, and do not cause pain. Mrs. M. C. Dunlap of Leadlll. Tenn.. says: "Dr. King's New Life Pills helped her trmibles greatly." Get a box today. Price. 25c. Recommended by all druggists. Advertisement. Bands and red flro opened the first carnival Mishawaka has seen for sev eral years, Monday evening. -The J. Frank Hatch shows furnished the amusement as an adjunct to tho Homecoming being promoted by the Business Men's association. Early Monday morning the bands began playing. One was on the north and several on the south sides of the river. They moved up and down the main streets stopping at every corner and playing for a while. None o fthe shows opened up until late in the afternoon although the concessions were doing business prac tically all day. Phil Greene walked the ball at the spiral tower on N. Main st. in the afternoon and again in tho evening. A large crowd collected and the novel act proved quite a drawing card. Otto Jansen dove from the top of the Ripple Mill building into the wa ters of tho south race and the act was witnessed by an appreciative crowd. Jansen i3 a local boy, a fact that added Interest and appreciation to an otherwise worn-out act . Shows Passe The carnival shows are the usual run of street attractions of the kind although they are slightly more elab orate than are usually seen. The electric fountain Is probably the best show. It is an extremely beautiful act and the crowds who attended were appreciative. The beat of the tom-tom drew large crowds in th e . Oriental thea ter, a burlesque show running on W. Front st. The collection of acts in a tent on Front st etween Main and Mill also drew large crowds. This show contains some extremely interesting acts as well as a corps of trained and high-priced performers. The "champion strong man" is the "hit" of this show. This man Is re ally a demon for strength, breaking iron chains and heavy timbers by the brute strength in his hands and arms. 44 1 "Teaks" Popular. One show is a collection of the usual freak3 seen generally in the side show of the circus. The smallest mother In tho world Is the feature although there are a number of very good exhibitions in the show. The Merry-Go-Around. At the corner of Main and Front sts., is the merry-go-around and this amusement machine was kept busy the entire day and night. Men and women as well as the children pat ronized this concession with all the delight of six year oldi. Rc$rirlar Wild West. "Western Days" is the name in scribed on the tent containing the big wild west show. Horses and guns form the program and the two are mixed with regular Buffalo Bill spirit. The Hatch wild west show is supposed to be one of the big fea tures of the carnival and it really is one of the best tent shows seen In this city for some time. Crowds Lanre. The carnival struck It lucky In having the opening fall on Labor day. The crowds In the city were immense and the three squares in the vicinity of the tents were packed with peo ple. Traffic was congested and it was practically impossible to move when the various shows "opened up." Of course the crowd will continue during the week and will no doubt be increased toward the close of the carnival. Is Real Homecoming'. The celebration proves to be a real homecoming. Hundreds of old faces are seen on the streets and many res idents of the ecity in the old days are back for a visit. Several have not been in Mishawaka for over a score of years. Judged from the crowds of visitors as well as homecomers, the celebration of the Business Men is a complete success. Concessions Many. Every nook and corner of the down town district is occupied by a con cession. There are the usual num ber of refreshment stands with a sprinkling of pillow raffles, fortune wheels, cane stands, niggerbaby racks, pillow booths and shooting galleries. Callopo Plays. One of the interesting features of the carnival company is the large steam caliope which plays through PLACED ON TRIAL FOR FLEECING INDIANA MAN MOUNT IDA, Ark., Sept. 1. Ed. Spears was placed on trial here Mon cAy charged with engineering a deal whereby Frank P. Fox, a reputed millionaire of Terre Haute, Ind., was fleeced out of $20,000 through an al leged crooked roulette game in Hot Springs, Ark., last January. With more than 200 witnesses tc be examined, many living out of the state, it is expected that the case will occupv more than two weeks. At Spears first trial in Hot Springs the jury disagreed and immediately there after the defendant took a change of venue. to in:Ai It. It. MEN. GREENCASTLE. Ind., Sept. 1. J. Tf Ttahrnr. Wagner. Ind.. was elect ed president, and Lafayette chosen as the next meeting place of the closing session at the annual session of the Rural Carriers association here ion day. Mr. Babcock also was named delegate at large to the national con vention to he held at Evansville next week. ELKHART, Sept. 1. With the cap ture and subsequent arrest at Mish awaka Monday morning of James Cephes, a local character, the police believe that they have solved the mystery surrounding the robbery' of a number of Elkhart residences in the last few days. made good his escape. Sheriff B. Frank Leader was noti fied and with Sergt. James Leachman. Officers Hummel and Gardner started west in the sheriffs automooile. At Osceola they learned that a man an swering Cephes description had boarded a west-bound lnterurban car. The othcers continued to Mishawaka where Cephes was found mingling with employes of the carnival shows exhibiting in that city. THOUGHT BUILDING AITIiE. Smoke emanating from a basement window of the H. B. Sykes & Co. de partment store Monday noon caused Lloyd Slmonton. who was passing by in his automobile, to think that the building was afire. The fire depart ment was called and found a quantity of refuse smoldering in the furnace. WILLIAM BELL DIES. William Bell of No. 91 S Pearl st. died at 915 o'clock this morning after a long illness with heart disease. Mr. Bell, who was past 66 years of age, is survived by a wife and two sons. OFF FOR EUROPE. Mrs. Joseph D. Oliver, Miss Ger trude Oliver and James Oliver, jr.. The latest theft reported was at theleft the city Monday for New York. Pale Children Ayer's Sarsaparilla helps nature to make rich, red blood. No alcohol. Sold for GO yenm, a .t, v r,- J. C. Arr Ov. r- luur iVAiura lsr-m , I Mi TO CLOSE PARKS. LAPORTE. Spt. 1. The two parki along the lir.e of th Northern Indi ana lnterurban Co. from South Per. I and Michigan City will clop' aftr next week and the extra car service that has been maintained to the two parks will be discontinued. The park? are located at Pine and Hudson lake. MALE HELP. WANTi:i Uny in lenrn druc busln. 10 or 17 ye.irs. References required. Public Drug Store. V.XTi:n-rrn feeder. L. Y. Bird 7, 4i7-4i:i s. sr. Jo st. W A NT I ' I See i :i . I rook. S!.eridnn htffd. home of Mrs. E. Z. Carpenter, No 510 S. Second St., where silverware and jewelry valued at nearly $1,000 was taken Sunday night during Mrs. Carpenter's absence. Part of the loot was found on Cephes. Cephes and a companion, John Burley, who Is also in Jail, are be lieved to be responsible for the Elk hart Loan Co. job last Friday morn ing in which the display window was broken with a rock and $150 worth of j jewelry taken. Shortly after tho Carpenter robbery had been reported Sunday night. Chief Northrup learned that Cephes had been seen loitering about the neighborhood. He Immediately issued general Instructions that Cephes be arrested on sight. Oflicer Hummel placed him under arrest near the cor ner of Tyler av. and Main st. As they reached the alley between Marlon and Franklin sts., enroute to the jail, Cephes wrenched himself loose from the officers' grasp and temporarily Wednesday they will sail for Europe to be absent six weeks. 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