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THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES.
nrmsixvr, snrTnsinint 4. totz. MANY HOGS DEAD FROM GHQL ft Vaccination of the Animals Only Thing That Will Prevent a Spread of Disease According to Farm Agent. Hog cholera threatens to wipe out & large number of the hot;s of th county, and has already caused a loss, west of the city, of hundreds of dol lars. The dl.eat? has spread during the last three days. Need of Immediate vaccination is urged by County Agriculture Aent John S. Burdner, as the only means of preventing a total loss. Many hops have already died of the disease, during the past few days. The weather conditions add largely to the spread of the disease, and after the first fdgna is noticed, many of the animals die within a few hours. At the Field farm near Lydick, a large number of hogs that appeared well Tuesday morning were dead in the afternoon, while in every instance where the disease takes hold death follows shortly. According to the agricultural agent, at this particular season the disease kills the hogs sud denly, while in the winter they axe liable to be sick with it for several weeks. Cholera first broke out on the Smith farm near Crurnstown spreading through "several pens. Every effort hag been made by the farmers to keep the disease from their hogs this year. Hordner urges that as soon as the dis ease gets Into a herd, the owner no tify him, and he will co-operate by recommending the best treatment. According to the county agent it will cost approximately 50 cents to vacci nate a pig and from J2 to $2.50 for a largo hog. MILES MAN DfES HERE Following1 an operation for appen dicitis. Richard Kennady, ago 48, of Niles, Mich., died Wednesday after noon at St. Joseph's hospital. Mr. Kennady was, for a long time pro prietor of the Kennady resort at Bar ren lake. Ho leaves a wrifo and six children. MAY APPROPRIATE FOR A HEW ERSDSE tops falling nam Action on Resolution Calling Ir He pairs to Structure Deferred Untn prrncr. ELKHART. Ind.. Sept. 4. Elkhart may yet secure an appropriation of $150,000 from the county commis sioners for the erection of a new bridge over the St. Joseph river, con necting Main st. and Beardsley av. The commisloners Wednesday, after much quibbling, voted to defer action on a resolution calllntr for repairs to the old ptructure until next spring. The new bridge proposition has been the object of considerable strife and contention since the movement to remove the present antiquated struc ture was started more than a year ago. The bridge connects the city's business district with Elkhart's best residential thoroughfare. Thus far citizens have successfully blocked by petition or legal process every effort on the part of tho county commission ers to confirm a resolution for the present structure's repair. The county tax levy was fixed by the county council this morning at 29.9 cents on the $100 appraised value, which with the 10 cents assessment for the sinking fund, brings the total up to 39.9 cents, reduction of one cent from last year. A poll of 50 cents was also decided upon. The total appropriations for next year amount to $115,031. Additional appropriations were made for re pairs to the Middlebury st. in this city, $1,500; for repairs to the Dun mire bridge, $403.50; for the Beards ley av. bridge repairs, $1,000. The Elkhart Bridgo & Iron Co., on Us bid of $1,3 97, was awarded the contract for the erection of a bridge south of Goshen to be known as the Vlolett bridge. THIS CANINE HAWKSHAW CAN SURE JUMP SOME WHEN HE'S HOT ON A CRIMINAL' TRAIL TOWNSHIP TEACHERS HOLD THEIR INSTITUTE Vocational Training is Discussed by John 1 lordncr, the County Farm Agent. flail's Hair Renewer certainly stops iiiing iiaar. no aousi aooui it wnat- .... ever, l cu will surely be satisfied. Teachers Institute was held Wed nesday for German, Clay, Harris, Penn, Portage, Center and Greene townships at Ralph II. Longfield's of fice in the county courthouse. Pointing out the best methods for instructing agriculture subjects and ! recommending text books, John S. Bordner, county agriculture agent, was one of the principal speakers. A session will be held at North liberty, Thursday, when the teachers of Lincoln and Liberty townships will meet Jointly. The agriculture agent will be a speaker. Try NEWS-TIMES WANT ADS ' - -a- - , -V " ,1 - ' --.-- ; r '"';'. . - '"-;-:: .t Vv-v.x.v.:-A-.y.7.v.v 1 ' V, . : : : ,: ';V---V': J .: . ' .. ... ' ' ' ?4 -v , .- : . ?v. ; ... . ,; ' -' .. ; r :. -;- . :'- J X" ' . :; .'''..... ': ': . v. s :. - ' kI'":-. .: ..: .:. I -y i 11 i ' : f-:''.:. I - : v f i v;. , U. ' . ;a s r'i t ti s, ;.:..': ;x , ; i f; (I t y p';f''.v5 v , ; i ?X--r' ?x:v;::-i:::. jf-.-- V": in-i Vi-'r. v &?;-Jf-i . 1 , . ....' a. .. 5 -.- .a v- T - SENATE HOT READY 10 HAiLE "THUS T Democrats Swing Into Line When Tariff Measure is Threatened and Defeat Re publican Amendment, "PASHA VON HOCHWACIIT," A (IKUMAN SHEPERD DOG, OTfED BY BENJAMIN H. THROOP OP SC KANTON. PA., MAKING A NINE FOOT FENCE WHILE TRAILING A CULPRIT. At Van Cortlandt park, N. Y., the trail of left by the supposed cul- where the exhibition of police dogs took place, a man was presumably knocked senseless with a brick huncd by another. "Pasha" was sent out on the trail. Taking up the scent from the brick which he discovered, the dog grot the trail and soon caught the fugitive. The nine-foot fence which the dog leaped on the trail was the highest obstacle placed in the way of the dogs, and "Pasha" alone succeeded In clearing it. Considering that fully ten thousand people were present at the exhibition and that they crossed and re-crosed the field over which prit led, the dog performed remark able feats ad astounded the visiting police officers from other cities. SOME NEWS NOTES. Davies Laundry. I5cTh phones. Leslie, the optician, 301 S. Mich. st. Dr. Stoeckley, Dentist. 511 J. M. S. Walsh & Best, Dentist. Room 6. J. M. S. Bldg. Rubber stamps and alphabets made by H. A. Pershing. 2 30 S. Michigan St., room 6, over Burke's. Advt. WASHINGTON, Sept. 4. One of the rocks which threatened the peace ful passage of the Underwood-Simmons tariff bill dissolved into thin air late Wednesday when the senate ma jority swung solidly into line behind it leaders to defeat en amendment designed to regulate trusts. By a vote of 55 to 12. the senate rejected a pro posal bj Sen. Kenyon to put alumi num upon the free list. The vote was accepted as a prelude to action upon another amendment proposing to free-list the manufactures of all combinations declared by the courts to be monopolies. Chairman Simmons of the finance committee, announced during the de bate that it was not the purpose of the majority party to legislate on the trust question at the present time. He agreed that the Baltimore platform declared against trust made products, but said this was not the time for trust legislation. He said that con gress had spent the summer on the tariff and spent the fall on currency and promised that when these matters were disposed of trust legislation would be taken up. He prophesied that winter would find the legislators still in session. Tho paragraph forbidding the im portation of bird plumage except for scientific or educational purposes desired by tho Audubon society which was debated fiercely in caucus Tuesday night, was agreed to with out question. Senators Lodge and Root argued against the proposed 25 per cent duty on works of art in the bill and Sen ator Thomas spoke in favor of it. The republicans were beaten on the vote. NEIGHBORS HEARD . PLEAS FOR MERCY Norma Tagsart Wa lred to Wear Poor C'lotlilnpr, Say Wltnrc at Father's Trial. NASHVILLE. Ind.. Sept. 4 rati fying that they had heard Norma Tag gart. for whose murder her father. Hannibal, is on trial here, begging some person In her home to stop beat ing her, neighbors told in the cir cuit court here Wednesday of what they believed was the a!us that brought about the girl's death. Mm. Belle Lucas told of hearing Norma screaming and begging for mercy and said she heard the child say. "Papa, please don't whip me any more. Don't strike me on the head." Throughout the testimony Wednes day the pathetic story of how the lit tle 16-year-old girl, though owner to a valuable farm left by her mother, was forced to wear cheap clothirg; and was denied the championship! of other children, was told. I Witnesses asserted that Norma was' forced to wear a poor quality of, dresses wh'.le nor step-sister was dressed extensively. They also said the child had never, boon scn at church and one neighbor woman said she had seen Norma be made to stand with her face to a door for three hcurs at a time. B LUFFTON MEN Pfl M 111 THIS CITY Will Spend a Few Hours Going About the City to See How Business is Conducted in South Bend. yrr. plkasant. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Dunn were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer McDonald. Mrs. John Sholly entertained a number of ladles from South Bend at dinner Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. John C. Duan were guests of Mrs. Schricker of South Bend Sunday. The Misses Mary Belle and Eliza heth Suabedissen were guests at the Ginder home near Mishawaka Sunday. The Misses Mary Belle and Eliza beth, and Raymond Suabedissen very pleasantly entertained a hay rack load of 60 young people of Epworth Memo rial Sunday school with a watermelon feast Thursday night. Gathered around a big camp ftre the young people sang songs, told stories, played games and roasted marshmallowrs. TRAIN STRIKES AUTO: TWO MEN ARE KiLLED Former Chief of Pollco of Hammond One of the Victims Watch man Was Ab-ent. Tho ins and outs of jiouth. Brnd'a various business firm were sub jected to a el"S. scrutiny today when ti.v business men of Rluffton. who ar rived iiere by automobile Wednesday :n;:ht. visited the varimis firms to gt t yi't;:" new ideas applicable to their bu.dmg. Some :'.() members of the business association of BlutTton compose tha paity. They include bankers, mer chants and members of other trades and professions and all of tl.im ad mit they are out to Ipar and sei sonn- new tb.ints, that may prove of b neiit to them. Huntington was the first stop mnde by the party. They p'.-nt sometime at Elkhart, Warsaw and North Man chester. On Thursday they will re turn by way of Plymouth and Roches ter. They will hold a reception Thurs day evening at Huntington. Some of tlie members paid a visit to The News-Times othce Wednesday nicbt ami saw how a South Bend paper is compiled and also were shown the various moves necessary before the printed article is ready for the bn akfast H.bles of South Bend. LAD MAY LOSE HIS SIGHT HAMMOND, Ind., Sept. 4. John Einsele, former chief of police of Hammond, was instantly killed and Joseph Kolb was ro seriously injured that he died within a short time, when j the automobile in which they were riding was struck by the Monon's fast ! train, the Hoosier limited, at a grade crossing here Wednesday. It is charged that the watchman was .ab sent from the crossing and the en gineer of the train says the gates were not down and the automobile had stopped on the track directly in tly path of his train, evidently to allow a switch engine to pass on mother track. Arid in (.olf Hall Explodes and Strikes Youth. WASHINGTON, .ept. 4. An cx- pb slvc go'!" Vail may cost the sight of Stafford Hawken. the 12-yoar-ohl sen of Ast. V. S. Atty. HawUen. Th boy Monday is in the hospital. uhri the physicians dec1,;: re the sirM of his right eye is destroyed but hope- to save the other eye. Acid in the core of the g'df ball exploded w hile the lad was engaged in seeking to discover tha bail's composition. WANT COMEDIAN. Arrangements nave ieen mailt vy : the Personal Workers league to have j "Catch My Pal" Paterson, a comedi-! an, put on a short program at the Y. M. C. A. some evening during the latter part of this month. M A I U 1 1 A ; E LICENSES. Mary Yargo; Alex. Zakrockl. baker. Carl Boardman, physician, A. Leone, Fulton. I HOME SEEKERS KXCERSIONS West, Southwest and NorthwcM. Pennsylvania Lines (Yandalla Rail road). For particulars consult Ticket Agent. Advertisement. fHONEOF GOOD CLOTHES C2.STEED, MGR. 4- Mil III 11 "-a1"- v. - , - - - T' I, I it-yy w yjgir --!. j'i-V" - - ' - - 11 C.3 i .. i e- T'l Pi 1 11 v. Li V t.i W i J - R in r A Tifee Spedaflisu Who ' evoftes MSs. Etiire Time to Shrosiac Diseases of Men ami Heon Orafl I Know Hov to Cure Nervous and Chronic Diseases of Men Science is on th wins. Treatments used one year ago are bock numbers now. To b a TOPNOTCII Specialist requires not only skill and energy, but capital. Tho pubhc la not sat isfied with a doctor who sticks In the OIiD RTJT. Neither Is It satisfied with the electric belt faker or the pretending specialist. Nowadays men demand up-to-date treatment, not smooth talk and empty promises. To be a leader now It Is absolutely necessary that you possess an irtrLTN'SIVX: TiABORATORY whore scientific Investigations can be continually carried on. This I have, and I am prepared to give my patients the benefit of all the GREAT DISCOV IZRTKS as soon as they are perfected. Others watch my announcements and at once they claim to do tho same things. Men come to ne because they T6ad my STRAIGIIT-FORWARI OFFKRS, or because I havo CURED some of THEIR FRIENDS, I AM PROUD OF MY RECORD. "914" CURES BLOOD POISON B P4 to A V -S - - -1 a (V s5 f ' "Vv '. " 'vV-" j No Pain, Return Home Same Day Giving a patient Neo-Salvarsaji. 914,v Prof. Ehrlich's Xev German Remedy for Blood Toi Fon. Tills is the intravenous method, directly Into tho blood, tbo ouly way it should be gtvea. Extract from letter of Prof. Ehrilch: Judging from all the reports received by me. It appears that the Intravenous Injec tion is to be preferred to all other methods of administration, as far' as permanency of effect Is concerned. Although I have to admit that, this method of administration will prove an obstacle to the introduction of tho remedy In general practice, on account of certain technical dIJIlcultirs. I believe that the interests of the patient demand that .n!y the most efficient form of treatment 6hould be decided upon. I should feel much obliged to you If you will as heretofore assist me In this di rection, and In tho future employ as much as possible the Intravenous mode for the admin istration of the remedy. (Signed.' P. EHRLICH. Thomas A. EdL-on, the grrot "electrical wizard," say: "Tho German dtscOTcry for the cure of IJlCKxl Potior 1 the most important achievement of the year 1911 and that most of us have tho disease and do not know It, I guarantee a painless and safe trmtment, giving fthe Genuine German Remedy accord ing to the great German professor's latest Instructions. MY 3ITTniODS appeal to those who THINK and who want the benefit of the HATEST SCnvNTTFlC PROGRESS that drives DISEA &ED GERM out of your body. My advice is TREE and valuable, whether you are treate d or not. -U you need help, make your wants known to an HONORABLE SPECIALIST. No matter about money. COME if possible. IT'S BEST. I will e.xplaln to you my trealra ent for Varicose Telns, Nervous Debility. Blood Poisons, Kidney Diseases, Bladdfcr Troubles and other diseases of mankind. mim mK - Sfl &f& ' 1 I Charge Nothing to Prove My Methods Will Cure BIvOOD POISON, SKIN DISEASES, URINARY OBSTRUCTIONS. STRICTURE, VARICO CELE, HYDROCELE, NERVOUS DECLINE, MALE WEAKNESS. PILIS, FISTULA, KJD NEY, BLADDFJt AND PROSTATIC AFFECTIONS, DR.-VINS AND ALL NERVOUS, CHRONIC AND SPECIAL I)ISESES OF MEN DUE TO EVIL ILVBITS, EXCESSES THE RESULT OF THE SPECIFIC DISEASES. Losi Power tha Cause of fVJentai and Physical Suffering Perfect health Is possible only when every function of the human body is properly per formed. Man is the paragon of animals, the perfection of all created belnps, but how sel dom do we see the true, the perfect man, walking among his fellows a solitary gem? How many who fail to reach the dimensions of their splendid-rrodel! And yet the young man, the mlddls-agcd man, the man of mature a?e who walks the stnvts .vlth head hanging, afraid to meet the eye of hi3 fellow beings, dreading lc3t they read hi3 Inmost secret, still follows the paths of ignorance for while his youth may te wrecked, while his vitality may be lowered, while his body may be the prey of his mind, yet the:e is hope, that his living death may turn and give him years of happiness, lifting him to that plane of manhood which all men should tread. I want to help men who are weak in vitality, who are nervous, despondent and lacking self- confidence; who frr-l as If old age was coming on too soon, because of the dulling of their youthful fire and ambition. ! 1 DR. O. F. FLEENER, Expert Doctor for Men. YOU DONT PAY IF I DON'T CURE LEA ft W R1Y METHODS The FER OF FAILURE to obtalu a cur In your case may Lave de terred you from taking treatment, or you may have been one of the unfor tunates wlio have been treated in vain by inexperienced physician. FREE TREATMENTS, FREE TRIAD SAMPLES, PATENT 3IEDICTNES, or by false testimonials you may have been lured to a combination of traveling taen representing themselves as great specialists, but having no knowledge of medicine. When you com to. my ofnc you see a regular licensed phy sician. I am in no way connected with any doctor, company or combina tion of men who copy my advertisements. My conscience, my profession, my reputation and teaching condemn all such quackers. No books, alma nacs, nor symptoxarblafel schemes. No reputable doctor will rreort to such methods. To be strong is the aim of every man. and yet how many wc find who are wasting the vitality and strength which Nature gave them. In3tead of dvf -Jopinsr into the strong, vig orous man that Nature intended them to be, they find themselves stunted and despondent no ambition to do anything. They Ftruggle aimlessly along, s.o'mvr or later to become vic tims cf that dread disease, nervous debility, their finer smsihllities blunted and their nerves shattered. It Is hard for a weak man to have noble sentiments; such things are horn of warm blood, healthy nerves and a strong heart. Every urjL man is mom or les despondent, lacks tho magnetic enthusiasm of youthful energy, and should not hesitate to make almort any sacrifice to again be happy, llglit-hrarutl and full of jojou ImpuNes, to be free from brain wandering and dull, stupid feeling, to have confidence and seIf-cMvm. and command the admiration of men and women. It Is the law of Nature that all of th powers of the body and brain should be retained unimpaired until the last. The vitality of youth can be conserved by right living, and It is only because men Ignorant! y and reck lessly waste their store of none force that they become feeble wrecks and find life not worth living. Scores upon scores of men cf all ages and In nearly every walk of life have been rescued by Dr. Fleener. With him the treatment of th? disc-axes Is not an experi ment. If he feels that he can't cure you. he ecys fo and you part frlc-nd. Tou cannot afford to neglect this condition; neglect has strewn the seeds of discord and unhappjnoss In hundreds of homes, which otherwise would have been the abode of peace and happiness. The greatest gift to man Is a healthy. Manly System; if your vitality Is not what Nature intended, you are the caue, and Inasmuch as it lies within your rench to have this gift restored, what man. who is trt&y a man. will not seek the opportunity? Vp o with sour stomach, o You baamreir jtjm with sour stomach, bleating after eating, head- lzzlne?, specks before your d flashes, lame back, scanty high-colored tirlne, burning, stinging or drlfficult urination, splotches under" skin, loss of energy, ambition, v!m, vigor, vitality, bashful, timid, nervoU3 weakness, loss of confidence, brooding, blues, lack of ability to concentrate mind, thoughts wander, cold feet, Itchlns of skin, vital loss, excessive thirst, pain around the heart, at ba5c of brain or down limbs? Do you have difficulty in fixing your thoughts? Is your memory poor? Do cu get weak sud denly? Are you nervous snd irritable? Are you the man rbyslcally and mentally that you formerly were? Can you accomplish what your healty friends and acquaintances can? If not, you are laboring under a great Tiandlcap. Come and let me make yo strong and well again at a very small cost. WARNING Electrical Treatment, Electric Belt, Suaprivrory, Ran dago, Medicines, locally or Internally, will naver euro any man of Varicocele, Hydrocele Piles, Rupturo, Stricture, Fistula, and when a doctor telL yoa ho can euro you by such methods, ho is only after your money. TP r U'O U U f fil OTwIlell 0 n I also cure Rupture, RlicumatLsni, Pilei, I-tula, Kldmy and niaddcr and Prostate DKcausc", Illol Ioln and all other Mi'uN Di; eases quickly, ptnnanently and without pain or Ics of time. Exam lnation free. Begin trratment now today. All Uttcm xromptly an-srwercd. Hours 9 to 12; 1 to 5; Evenings, 7 to 8; Sunday, 9 to 12 Only. Entire Second Floor Over Peck's Shoe Store. Entrance 109 W. Washington Av. 2C