THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES.
MONDAY, SEi-mMHKIt 8, 191S
MILITIA POLICES FIRE
SWEPT HOT SPRINGS
HOT SPRINGS, Ark., Sept. S With
two companies of militia policing the
bu.-nerl district, the citizens' commit
tee devoted itself Sunday t r, system
atizing relief measures and planning
for th. rehabilitation of the fire-swe pt
c.xstem section of Hot Springs. Sun
day night's checking up Miow.s that
all of those made hnmrlrys hy the
fire Friday night have lon housed
temporarily and their immediate needs
provided for. Special offers of
bread and other necessities have ar
rived from Little Hock and offers
of financial aid have been received
from a number of cities.
AKalnst the monetary loss, esti
mated at J 6,000,000 it is authoritative
ly stated that approximately $-.eOe,-000
In insurance was carried.
At tire request of the citizens' com
mittee, the railroads entering Hot
Pprinps refused to run special trains
Sunday but all of the regular trains
were crowded to their capacity with
sightseers. The crowd however, was
The Iron Mountain railroad tool:
tho Initiative in building1 when a force
of 200 men started work Sunday
morning on the construction of a
temprary wooden building near the
eite of its burned station.
SHOT STTilXIIS YTZTl.
BLOOMINGTON, Ind.. Sept. 7. An
alrgun in the hand of young Ray
mond Oooley injured the eye of Mrs.
J. H. Collins, age 73, and she may
loe the use of her eye. CJooley was
hooting into a tree when a shot
glanced. The aged woman was taken
to a Louisville specialist.
All run down ? Aycfs Sarscpanlla
is a strong nerve tonic. No alcohol.
Sold for GO year.
, , . J C Arer Co.
Ask Your Doctor. iw:i. mm
SUFFRAGET HORSEBACK CRUSADERS GO 270
MILES AND HOLD 35 MEETINGS IN TWO WEEKS
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DOCTOR FOUND DEAD
ON EVE OF WEDDING
TERRi: HAUTE. Ind.. Sept. S.
Dr. R. M. Van Cleave of Muneie. who
was on his way to Marshall, 111., to
marry Miss Lillian Jirosman. was
found dead in hid room in a local ho
tel late Sunday. Apparently he died
in convulsions. Coroner V. II. Jett
?aid there was no indication of st If
destruction and announced that an
autopsy would he held.
Dr. Van Cleavo arrived in Torre
Haute Saturday nisht and went to
the hotel. He was to have been mar
ried at noon Sunday but missed the
morning train. After telephoning to
Marshall that he would drive through
in an automobile he returned to his
room. When he did not rach Mar
shall, relatives of Mis'; Hrosinan,
thinking he might have met with an
accident, started to Terre Haute. He
was found lying on the l.d in his
room and .apparently had been dead
more than two hours. Dr. Van
Cleave formerly was interne at a lo
cal hospital where he met Miss Uros
man. who was a trained nurse.
SECOND MARRIAGE GETS
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OX HORSEBACK, COVHRIXd TWO COUMlJiS,
M12ETIXO IX 2S VILLAGES.
ELWOOn, Ind.. Vpt. A second
marriage according to church cere
monial obtained the blessing of a
bride's father here Sunday when
Clemens Kcffhoff, a St. Iouis furnit
ure man. found his lG-year-old daugh
ter, Dorothy, alre.-id.v legally bound to
Lloyd Zcrface of this city through a
ceremony performed a month ago by
the groom's father, a justice of the
Zerface, p. chauffeur, fell In love
with his employer daughter and was
discharged. On Aug. s the girl let
herself out of her window at mid
night by means of a rope and joined
Zerface. waiting below.
When the young girl's father lo
cated the couple through detectO.es,
he hurried here -and isisted upon a
wedding which was held in the Cath
olic church. That brought his: forgiveness.
tki;s v ni -niK.
!LA PORTE. Ind., Sept S J. G.
Hamaker. formerly secretary of a Y.
M. C A. in Ray City. Mich., has
entered on his new duties as secre
tary of the I .a port e Y. M. C. A. Mr.
Haymaker was chosen after several
months, during which time Gcrge I
Allison, physical director of the asso
ciation acted as secretary.
AXDERSoX. Ind.. Sept. S. Ed
ward Wogerman. age 21, and Horace
McCurdy. age 17. are under arrest
on a charge of breaking into freight
cars In the Hig Four yanls and steal
ing watermelons. The arrest was
made by Detective Larrimoro, of the
Rig Four company.
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New Columbia Theatre
Where Everybody Goes.
MONDAY NIGKT j
(One Night Only)
The New York Girl,
MISS GLADYS MASON
Who is walking from
Learn the Truth
Don't give up. Call
and Be examined by a
specialist who has had
over 14 years' exper
ience in curing men.
He will tell you the truth
about your condition free.
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Over It Year a Specialist.
My Ilet Kefrrenrr: No Cure, No Pay.
are suffering nnd cannot pay the fees rtnrp hy in po-
A neat dresser
made of solid oak,
trench plate mirr
or. Sold every
where for $18.
i his colonial bed
You are mighty lucky indeed, if
you happen to need furniture just
at this time. This sale totally ec- is a rare bargain.
l "V N - tf-k V V Y V V- X- L. . lvx. -. kill l
iipucb diiy event oi tiie k.iiiu ever aun manosany
once hue a chnt wlt: me nnd I will explain to you my treatment. am
rhi- Hofle clailv whN.ut onttlnjr. fliloroform or dantrer no matter who
h s fai ed or how 1np you snffl jlnn't ive up If v,,
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you FKLK tell you what I enn no aim uo wu;u i
WHY MOT LET WiE CURE YOU?
New York to San
HEAR HER TELL
1 Why Is walking.
2 Why eerci-H I ntl:il f(r
3 How to tliet for lMt hcaltli.
i Who niul what he 1.
Her fxiHrlfiK't while cn
TTils li thr clrl wlioso hand- t
som pieturv piivrel in New
York ainl t'hiico ikijhts a ftnv
months ao, when Iie ader
tised for a man to acvompany
She ariil In South Ileiul late
4 IVltlay v'iliir. halnc maile ."."
miles In the one day, breaking
her prelous rtx-oril of Tt'2 miles.
After much jorsnaion h LJ
J has eoiiM-nttxl to appear Mon-
Iay niulit as an allcl attrae-
tlii at the New Columbia.
If you are suffering from SPEC
IFIC UI.OOI) DISEASES, with sore
niouth. throat nml toniruo, lly
rash rail on me- at onee an.I let
me administer to you one treatment
of tlie Improved Cr, ( Nosalva rsan
1 4 ami von re cured for life. No
PI. no LOsS of TIME, no (lO
INt; to the 1IOSPITAE. as you re
turn home imnidl.itrly after th
treatment, as it only requir,- 20
minutes of your time hy my method
of nd ministration.
nirlrtr and kidney diseases,
DlSQUer swelllnt of the feet.
p.ilTi in laek are all cured perman
entlv hy me.
Are you weak, lrrlt
aide, "do you lack am
bit i-m ar.d nmadniv that exees-s
and indiseretiou cause? If so come,
to ir.e at nee.
Dorfil diseases, su-h as piles.
nULUl fist u res. t'stuli or any
othr diaes are all curvd by me
nUfirnrot0 or any swelllne.
njUlUUcltJ tenderness. i:u-
I't-!i:ne::ts of parts are eured ler
mi:;ently without tn:ttiucr.
trirtttrp nr,! n11 Interrup
OUiUlUlC and all hurn-
iiitr s.-aldlnc and smarting symp
toms cured in s to lo days without
the aid of a knife
resulting- In nerve U
VdilUUwCIC weakness, losses in
urine, which, in turn, cause a
wasting of the parts. I cure to stay
cured. No operation.
losses which sap the vim, vitr and
vitality from you and later render
you a mental and physical wreck.
I cure In from S to 10 days.
in all its forms.
Fn la reed and
KtifTened joints ni-e all cured per
manteiitly by me.
nicrhnroroc nn'1 aH smart inc.
UlbtlldlC hurnlnc and lteh
lniz stojipel In frvm 3 to . ilays.
and vitality, either
due to abuse or
excesses of early or late life. I
cure to stay cured irrespective of
your ajro. or the time you have suf
feiyv. No stimulants.
Mlpprc enused by Injuries or in
uiubid fvtion or bnken down
veins. I treat and permanently cure
with a guarantee never to return.
and one's losses of
sexual powers, cure for life. No
conditions such as
coated tongue. per
verted appetite. gr,.'ses causing a
fulness and distress after eating,
heartburn. palpitation. dizziness,
are all cured permanently by me.
Dnntnra curvd without the use
nUpiUIB of a knife.
Faiiy Cured for $3.50
Solid mussium oak
rocker, chase leather
seat, worth $6.50 for
one hour only 1 1 to
1 2 Monday only
attempted in in this citv. Ask!
the hundreds of customers who
have bought, what they saved and
what they saw. You need not
take our word for it get the prices
in any other store, everywhere or
anvwhere. then come here and see
what you can get. Not alone the
price but bear in mind it's furniture
of high quality, the very best that
your money can buy the kind
that will make an ideal home, the
kind you really want, but you must
act quick, all must go in a .hurry.
The prices quoted here are only
an index to what we have m store
for you you will find hundreds
finish, well worth
$25, Sale price
parlor rocKer is
highly polished j
ar price $22.50
$4S.OO Solid M2ihogany Dressers, very special sale
$16.00 Quartered Oak Beds. You can't lose on this.
Sale price $4.75
Get your table now
at half price, elegant
quartered oak tables,
large and small, high-
SUly polished, your
choice for half price.
$95.00 Massive Brass Beds, the finest you ever saw.
Sale price $42.50
$10.00 Felt Mattresses, full 45 pounds.
Sale price $4.75
$67.50 Massive Oak China Closet
Sale price $31.00
$7.50 Collapsible Go-Cart, strong and
$22.50 Solid Oak Dressing Table, highly
polished , $9.75
$3.50 Magazine Racks, in early English or
$24.00 Library Table, large size, plank top.
Sale price $15.00
$12.50 Music Cabinet, oak or mahogany.
Sale price ;
SOUTH m:Nl. IND. 109'2 W. WASHINGTON A V KNUR
I Entire Trout Moor 0er Pevk's Shoe Store. 5 Iire Koom Pully
STORE OPEN EVENINGS.
226 S. Michigan St.
Here is na snap. You should buy
quick. A very large Colonial Drees- j
er, tinishea aun m2ncgany, wen
worth every' cent of $35.00.
Sale price $14.75
STORE OPEN EVENINGS.
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