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THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES.
itoday, sititkmiiitk isis
TARIFF BILL IS
EXPECTED TO BE
PASSED SATURDAY
Senate Democrats Will Make
an Effort for Disposal of
Measure To Increase the
Income Tax Schedules.
WAS! I IN'G TON", St p t. 5 . Do m o-
cratln leaders of the sn.-Ue will begin
a BUprpme effort Friday to complete
the tariff bill and pass it before ad
journment Saturday night. As a part
of the? program, the senate tonight .ad
journed until 2 o'clock Friday after
noon and the final session of the dem
ocratic tariff caucus will bo held Fri
day morning.
A compromise on the Income tax,
representing a further concession to
the "insurgent" advocates of an In
crease on largo incomes, has been
drafted by Senators Williams and Sim
mons, and It is believed it will be
adopted without much opposition at
Friday morning's caucus. It proposed
to Increase the "additional tax" rate
on Incomos of J7&.000 to $100,000
from two to three per cnt and on
thoao ranging from 1100,000 to $500,
0CK from thro to four per cent,
l-lxprct No Long Iebat
Senator Kern, the democratic lead
er, sent out notices Thursday night to
th absentees to be In their seats for
the balance of the week. After con
ferences with republican senators who
are Interested in amendments still
pending, ChaJrman Simmons of the
finance committee, expressed the be
lief Thursday night that there would
be no extended debate over the re
maining provision, ani that the pas
sage of the Mil might be reached late
Saturday nlffht.
The senato leaders have decided to
name seven senators to the joint con
ference commltto thiit will settle dif
ference.! between the two houses after
the senate passes the bill. This large
representation will be asked for, to
provide places for Senators Simmons,
Williams. Stone and Johnson of
Maine, democrats, who have bpfn in
charge of the bill and for three re
publicans. It is expected the house
will consent to the plan.
Sen. Newlands, whose vote on the
free sugar paragraph has continued to
be a matter of some speculation, will
return to Washington Friday. Dem
ocratic leaders expect him to support
the administration bill. It Is believed
the sugar fight will not take more
than an hour when the bill comes to
Its final stages and that the promised
lights over free wool, cotton, and in
come tax can be held to close limits.
It is expected the sessions of Friday
and Saturday will run long hours, in
the effort to get through with the bill.
Tho Income Tax.
The latest proposal for the income
tax rates, which: seemed Thursday
night likely of adoption by the demo
cratic caucus, would establish the fol
lowing total tax, include both the
'"normal tax" of one per cent uid the
"additional tax" on large incomes:
One per cent on incomes of $3,000
to $20,000.
Two per cent from
$50,000.
Three per cent from
$75,000.
Four per cent from
$100,000.
Five per cent from
$500,000.
Six per cent from $500,000 to $1,
0 Oft 0 00.
Seven per cent above $1,000,000.
The senate drilled away all day long
at paragraphs previously passed over.
finally agreeing to more than a score.
Sen. IaFollette Just before adjourn
ment offered an amendment providing
that meats imported from foreign
countries must be accompanied by a
certificate whose form shall be pre
scribed by the secretary of agricul
ture, testifying to the health of the
animal and its fitness for human food.
After some debate the provision went
over until Friday.
CHILD WINS IN HARD
FIGHT WITH TUBERCULOSIS
I
a THE STORE THAT DOES THINGS c
i H i h
MANY CHILDREN GET
THE FREE TREATMENT
Directors of the Children's Hospital
and Dispensary association have elect
ed Miss Ann DuShane to succeed Miss
Hilda Stedman. who has resigned her
position as treasurer of the organiza
tion. The heavy demands on the dispens
ary funds have exhausted the treas
ury to the extent that it will be diffi
cult to meet the September bills. As
no charges are made for the services
rendered the dispensary must depend
largely on the generosity of private
citizens for Its sustenance. Plans are
now under way for the raising of more
money.
An official report lately Issued by
Miss lialley. head nurse, shows the
number of babies treated so far this
year to be more than double the num
ber treated In the same time last year,
there being 8 5 for this year as against
36 for last year.
Ihirlng the pn.st two months the li
brary has loaned ."4 books and the
nurses have made 2S0 calls, and have
held 4 9 clinics. The dispensary will
remain open during the fall and win
ter months.
Take
of
t
Mnutes to Study Saturday List
Matchless !
money
having ypportumties
Day by day this busy Underselling Store is Commanding greater prestige among the people of this city. When
good substantial merchandise like this is offered by a store that is known for its absolute reliability, it is a combina
tion that pulls trade with irresistible power. These extraordinary specials will be ready when the store opens at: 8
in the morning, ending as the store closes at night. '
SUES FOR DAMAGES
AS RESULT OF WRECK
Harold Morgan Asks for $15,000 From
Lake Shore For Ills Al
leged Injuries.
$20,000
550.000
$75,000
$100,000
to
to
to
to
EYE SYHTOI'I
NOT FATAL
W hm-e l:eard it. stnted thit no rw of
r?ri?M' .Ii-e:ie ever recover! that had
prsrresx-sl s. f ir that the patient as le-
cotuImj; lnlnd.
Tlu'se are trulv "last minute cases.
ut tliat recoveries have beni rejtrted in
thev racs under I'tHTon's Renal dm-
ioiml is n fact. l'.r Instance, the f..lloT-
iiir item were civen ns by the phyivian
ntteidin? a Mr. Nah. au S. V. II. U.
t'ondtietr of nikl.uni. Cal.
There are Ave jer ent of albumen,
rists In abundance, enlarged heirt nnd ol-
nosf burstlnc dronsr. IVitient be"anie
rearlr blind. The family physician In
Napa said the ca:e xva.- hreles anl he
wns taken to the s. I. It. It. IIosifaI of
Oakland. He continued to fail and left
greatly dl.cou raced. The phyvi.ian then
called rut him en Fnlti's Ken.nl rni
nound, aldln? it with heart treatment, etc.
In sl mouths patient was ready fr liU
train. The dtvtor handed us tho filbw
ln report :
Snei-lfio gravity 10Jt
Aibnmen None
iyn.s None
Fv sight Normal
WVight nnl strength Normal
reople having Itright's IlMV)e owe it to
themN-."klves nd family to try Fulton's
Henal Compound before giving up. It can
! had flt Woch'.s A.- Strlelud.
For pami'let en eur ir-restlcritton Into
rhe curability of I.rlght's IMmsi write
.To. J. Fu'lon Co., San Francis.-o. Advertisement.
KLKHART, Ind.. Sept. 5. A $15,-
000 damage suit against the Lake t
Shore, a $5,000 suit on contract and
two suits on notes were filed in the ;
superiir court Thursday. ;
Harold Morgan, a youns man of
this city, is the complainant in tho
suit against the Lake hore. Mor-
Kan's oomplaint, which was filed by
Atty. P. L. Turner, alleges that he (
was a pafsener on the Grand Rapids
branch of the Lake Shore enroute to
Plain well, Mich., on June 18 last, and
that the train was in u collision ;
through carelessness and negligence
of employes; that the plaintiff was
thrown from a seat and received In
juries to his left lung, head, back and
stomach, which have disabled him
from earning his salary of $9 a week
and caused him great distress.
The wreck referred to Is the one
near Kalamazoo in which Conductor
H. V. Cook and Kngineer C. G. Huen
eryager lost their lives.
The suit on contract If brought by
the "35 Percent Automobile Supply
Co.," a New York corporation, against
the Chicago Telephone Supply Co. of
this city. The New York company
publishes a trade pamphlet, and, it is
alleged, entered Into a contract with
tho Telephone Supply Co. to furnish
certain advertising for which It was
to receive $3,040, to be paid for in
magnetoej. The plaintiff alleges a
fulfillment of its part of the contract
and failure of the local company to
deliver the magnetoes. E. B. Zigler
represents the plaintiff.
Alleging a balance of $29 on a note
for $125 as due and unpaid, Joseph
11. Grosh has sued John and William
Rodgers for that amount and attor
ney's fee of $15. I. H. Church filed
the complaint.
Kate Easley has filed suit against
W. Carl Hudson for $1,225, accrued
interest and attorney's fees of $125.
alleging that amount to be past due
on notes. W. B. Hlle represents her.
DOROTHY AND INEZ DOWMAN
About a year ago little Dorothy Bow
man of Clarkshill, Indiana, was literally
"couKhir.j? htr life away." She coughed
day and night and was confined to her
bed the greater part of the time. For
tunately, her mother began giving her
Nature's Creation, the standard remedy
for tuberculosis and asthma, and im
provement followed quickly:
"I am pending you Dorothy's photo
rrfph and statement regarding what
Nature's Creation has done for her.
Along about the middle of June, 1912, my
little girl took sick with a terrible cough,
Just couched day and night, not able to
alt up half the time until on the tlrst of
August I began giving her Nature's
Creat'on. V.'hen she had taken half a
bottle she began Improving. I gave her
four bottles of Nature's Creation and to
day she is seemingly well. Does not
cough at all. The largest child on the
)hotograph is Dorothy the other is her
lttle sister, Inez. Sincerely ours.
MUS. HATTIE fcOWMAN,
Clarkshill. Indiana."
Full record of this case, together with
many local cases, are on file at our In
dianapolis office and can be seen by any
one. Write for valuable booklet contain
ing full Information regarding the use of
Nature's Creation in the treatment of tu
berculosis and th troubles which lead
to It. such as weak lunjzrs. bronchitis. Im
pure blood, run down system and asthma.
This booklet also contains photos and
testimonials from local parties. It will
be sent free of all charges. Address M.
I. Haymann, 417 State Life Building,
Indianapolis, Ind.
WILL TRY MEN ACCUSED
OF THE KNABE MURDER
Trial Will Ilrpin Ivxnctly Two Years
After Indianapolis Woman
is Killed.
Rubber Novelties of AU
Kinds at
THE RUBBER STORE,
206 S. Michigan St.
L. H. O RVIS
FUNERAL DIRECTOR
Lmly Assistant
124 NorCi Michigan SU
ITome 5297. Hell 297
EYES EXAMINED
And Hcadactcs Rcllrred without tl Ufi
of Drugs by
IXDIAN'APOLJS. Sept. 5. Just two
years after Dr. Helen Knabe was
murdered In her apartments here. Dr.
Wm. P. Craig and Alonzo M. Uaps
dalo will be placed on trial charged
with the crime. Pros. Atty. Raker i
Thursday selected Oct. 23 as date for
the opening of the case. It was on
tho night of Oct, 23. 1911, that Ir.
Knabe was killed in her apartment
and was found the next day with her
throat cut.
At first tno case appeared to be one
of suicide and this theory was com
monly accepted but lr.Ur evidence
produced before a grand jury resulted
in the indictment of lr. Craig and
Mr. Hagsvlale.
WANTED AT MILAN, MICH.
Joseph Schettulo, arrested here
Thursday noon. wanted at Milan,
Mich., on a criminal charge, will be
taken back to Milan, Friday morning
by Deputy Sheriff Gauntle.tt.
Schettulo waived extradition pa
pers here Thursday.
Route
of the
Lakes
TIME TABLE
EFFECTIVE WAY 4, 1913.
9:00 a. ra. a:00 p. m. 11 KX) p. m
4:30 p. no.
St. Jvsepn mvUlon.
5:30 a. m. 11:00 a. m. 6:00 p. m.
6 :00 a. m. 12 :00 p. m. 7 :0O p. m
7 :0O a. m. 1 :U0 p. m. H :U0 p. m.
8:00 a. m. 2:00 p. m. J):00 p. m.
0:00 a. m. 3:00 p. m, 10:00 p. m.
10:00 a. ni. 4:00 p. m. 11:00 p. m
5:00 p. ru.
The 5:30 a. m. and 11:00 p. m. cars to
Niles oqIj.
Goshen Division.
Dally Trains Leave:
5:15 a. m. ll:0u a. m. fl:00 p. m
6:00 a- m. 12:00 noon 7:00 p m.
7:00 a. m. 1:00 p. ra. 8:00 p. m.
8:00 a. in. 2:00 p. in. 9:00 p. m.
:00 a. m. 3:00 p. in. 10:00 p m.
10:UO a. m. 4:00 p. ta. 11:00 p. m.
5:00 p. m.
MUhiran City Division.
ur.O a. m. 10:00 a. ia. 60 p. ru.
6:00 a. :n. 12 oo noon 7:30 p. m
7:30 a. m. 1:00 p. to. 9:00 p m.
LUiij except Sunday.
I J. HARDY.
Bnot. Transportation.
3dm
SCHRANK MAY LOSE
HOUSE IN NEW YORK
NEW YORK. Sept. 5. John
Sehrank. the man who shot Theodore
Roosevelt last year in Milwaukee and
is now confined in the insane asylum
in Winnebago. Wis., is to be served by
publication with notice of a foreclos
ure suit on house in this city which
he inherited from his uncle.
Tho propo.-ty. worth Slo.000 ,1s
mortgaged for SI 3.000. and the mort
irasor instituting foreclosure proceed
ings Thursday, told the supreme court
Schrank could not be located within
his jurisdiction. Accordingly the
court authorised the service of notice
by publication in local newspapers for
mx weeks.
SOME NEWS NOTES.
Pavies I,at.ndry. Roth phones.
Leslie, the optician. 301 S. Mich.
Dr. Stoeckley, Dentist. 511 J. M
Walsh & Pest. Dentist. Room
J. M. S. Pldg.
Rubber stamps and alphabets made
by 11. a. Pershing. 2 30 S. Michigan
st., room b, over Purke's. Advt.
?t.
S.
6.
Big Sales
In Our
reatesf
Clearance
Sale
Combined withaHanufactur
ers Surplus Stock Sale-Liberal
Credit 10 per cent dis
count for Cash-Most Every
body s Buying at Sailors hTow
E
H. LEMON TREE
ManuJacrnrlr.tf Optlrlan.
222 5h. Mlchlrn Street.
LLozn PLo'ne f-'-Oi. Til Tbone 547.
, Mundjn trow. 9 to 10:30 A XL
armers, Manufacturers & Merchants
osrnoN
FILL
South Bend Sept. 29 to Oct. 4
woi
en s
SeaiEtifal New Fall Apparel
Our Wonderful Values Will Prove a Revelation to
You in Value Giving.
WOMEN'S $18 TAILORED SUITS
In finest all-wool French and mannish Series, n P"
diagonals and worsteds, newest Fall models; 1 fe 5 K
special V 5 1J ' V
BEAUTIFUL $25 TAILORED SUITS
Tn all the newest and most fashionable fab- tf 4 F
rlcs. 12 handsome up-to-the-minute Fall ml- I IX i Q
els. $25 value; introductory price V "
WOMEN'S $8 SERGE DRESSES
Of finest all-wool series, tailored or tastily trimmed with silks
and buttons, new draped skirts; black and colors. tf a Q f"
all sizes for misses and women; .1.1
special V W W
BEAUTIFUL $20 PARTY DRESSES.
In handsome new chiffon and Mefsalwe ere- 4 f fl IT
ations. lncludlnpr the new draped effects. K 3 1 1 j
All the evening shades; $20.00 values . 1 vv
$7.50 TAILOR-MADE SKIRTS.
In finest all-wool Bedford cords, cheviots, man- iT O ffiO
nish serges and mixtures. $7.50 fts Tifa
values xU.OU
$4.00 Silk
Petticoats,
A wonderful ;vl
ue. Heavy all
clik Mossal'ne,
all tho
sh;id"S.
Women's
$5 Dress
SKIRTS
New T-'all models
in all-wool serg
es, cheviots and
mixtures. black
and colors; special
Dndermusiin,
Specials
$1 and $1.25 GOWNS.
Vo:"nu'M tin1 muslin arid r. tin
S"ok giwns. b aut if uli y -m brol
!,r'. ribbon and !ar.- a A
trimm".!; tv.-.-lv HuP
$2 PRINCESS SLIPS
l'erfct Tltt i !! -r an ! beautiful im-
I e,rtid embroidery anl
ribbon tr!mmd; all
.! s
50c & 75c DRAWERS
Fit voin?n. of ia..- unis'.in de
sign, embroidery
trimmed;
spoial
98c
34c
75c SILK HOSE
For wom-:t, oxtr.i !:n oual
Ity pure threrul Afl
silk in b!a-k. tan
$1 Seamless
SKF.F.T.S
Size 81 x 90 Full
bleached soft sheet'g.
02c
$1.50 Men's
SHIRTS
Plaited in plain
white and colored
Child's "Of
ROMPERS
Seersucker, ginqrbam.
ripplette, chambrays
."4S lcrvle
PETTICOATS
In Mack and white
striped percales . . .
27c
$3.50 LONG SILK KIMONOS
In beautiful Seco Filks. handsome floral and
Fersian designs, empire model and ribbon trimmed,
special
51.98
Finest
50c
Brassieres
P.eautifully em
broidered and
ribbon trimmed,
perfect fitting
t3
Finest
$2.00
Corsets .
Guaranteed rust
proof and not to
break, all newest
models
Sc
omen s
W
35c
Hosiery
Finest silk mer
cerized lisle, blk.,
tan and white
2.9c
Large Size
$1.50
Couch Covers
Full size fringed
Couch Covers in
beautiful oriental
stripe.
SALE OF $3.50 MESH BAGS
Ral German Silver Unbreakable Mesh Bags;
large fize; handsome engraved frames; special
Saturday
$1.95
d. " ' m c. , j
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Buy Boys' Clothing
Here and Save
25 to 50 per cent
BOYS' $3.75 NORFOLK SUITS
EMk
$1.98
In durable blue serge?, full
knicker pants, all sizes;
ppeclal
$5 ALL WOOL SCHOOL SUITS
In fine all-wool novelty mixtures.
C3 and cheviots, Norfolk,
Russian sailors p.nd military
styles, all sizes
due nerg-
$2.98
BOYS' $8 NORFOLK SUITS
Strictly hand-taliored suits of finest all-wool
j . 1 1 .
ala. Norfolk style with full reg
ular top knicker pants, all sizes;
$8 values
50c SHIRTS AND BLOUSES
In finest black sateens, ginghams
and chambrays, all
sizes
$4.95
BEST 50c WORK
SHIRTS
In finest black sateen and
blue chambrays; extra well
made and full cut. All sizes.
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WE ARE ORIGINATORS OF IDEAS
sf? vOr frrriNv
BAND CONCERT SATURDAY NIGHT.
$1 LONG SILK
GLOVES
Full 1 -button b-ngtb, black
or whit double f'.ngor tipped;
special
S2c
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SATURDAY MORNING.
This Sale will create consternation
among conservative buyers.
Did you read our two page advertise
ment in Thursday papers?
$260.00 worth of furninture given
away to our customers the first day of
sale. Get ready for the greatest bargain
event ever seen in the history of this city.
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