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Americas Most Beautiful Girl to Wed Englishman V WEDNESDAY, SETT. 10, 1913. tj rtu"e, , beet-tYihe , l X ' . 7 ' ,r- ; .t r" . . ., . - 'i ' . ,, .---. : ' jV""" .x ' ; ,t'--.7v. 4'7.. J' 7,' ; V ysiv'! . '..-V ; .7 y ky i ":.... r.-S , 1 r if - - -.: .: ' s ' .-v, -x . , . .... i:; ' XT i vVi". -A til x J r k mm lit Si V ML f Vi pt ;rvw I IIIU II t 4 TVS'- --v, r- I I I: M It I lu i! (I t.f RUvtTbl .rw 1 I IR " .fSSfiisno?- I iV.I i . K'E;' AitvW 1 TtO' 7 Tk. V 1 c.J n he Cfeaspagne of R Exclusively bottled in light bottles. Common be erf comes in dark bottles. On sale at leading Buffets, on Dining. Cars and Steamship Lines. You don't know the taste of cood beer un less you've tried HIGH LIFE in light bottles the finest tasting beer ever produced. The verv next time vou order bottled beer do not merely say "Give me a bottle of beer." Make your demand clear and concise. Use these words "Give me HIGH LIFE in the Light Bottle" and insist on getting it. We are educating consumers to use this high grade beer in light bottles and to distinguish common beer in dark bottles. Convince yourself order a case today Brewed in Milwaukee by the Miller Brewing Co. i ' if'! 1 WVilL 3IISS ELIZABEnt TALLE. m'lIsaVlli'VancaUo'Ti tho mnpt beautiful frirl In -all AmcHca. by Mrs. William K. Vandcrbilt, has not! Informed her friends as to just what sort of a function will he given incident to her woddina: to James Hone Nelson, tho son of an .English baronet. The wedding? Is scheduled to take place on October 1, a fact that has caused moro than ono broken heart among the beauty's. American suitors. t E AND HIS GAMBLING MACHINE li :.-y;j tfffcitfLlFE in India j i 1 1 IP. riw3 v . . i r r. . t: ) i! 1 1 ; ri f ; 1 1. u ? u f 1 1 m ? i r 1 1 t : r i r i 1 1 nr i r u i j 1 1 1 i . famously swollen tall I cut the normal exponi k sical maintenance. W VIMJ.r TKAVKHS .TI-:R(IK. William Traver? Jerm h of the leai forces that are endavorlncr to cause Harry Thaw's deportation from (ui.hLl, ihotoi;r:iph 1 ;it (Vaticook shortly before he was arrested for ilaylnp "penny ante" in the auto mobile In which he is shown sitting. IGH FINANCE-IS CAUSE OF DEATHS NEW hy r.noN c.i:i)m:i;. WASHINGTON. Sept. If. Tho In terstat' 0mm rce c:nmi.-ion i-v.rds ami in t -tiirations amply ib-ra'T.t rat. th.- fact that "hiK'h llnance" a!e is r-sronsi'l' for the bn list if i. at! and wund-d in the series of w reeks .n the New il.iun road in the p.it two ye.ir. After the iiiatrou wreck at Stam ford, O.in.. e,u JutiC 12. l'.'V-'. the eommisi(a in its r port said: "Modern -tt--l -'iiiipme:it for hiuh sp I pas en?er trains shuii'd be installed at the earli'st po-;-ii'!e tim. as reeom rntr.devi in pr-vioi:s reports of this commb-sion. and le:s!ati"n lixim: such a time shreihi be enacted without de lay. At itt tim- ti;e report of the mechanical swp rintendent f the road. Mr. Wildin. to the eomTTji--in prising tho passenger equipment of the road, only ;1 were of steel con struction, while 2,2 57 were wood. Of the 2;',f Pullman cars, only 24 were of all-steel eonst ruction, while 57 had steel underf rames. ;md 155 were of ;.ll wood construction. This deplor able condition of equipment is ex ph:in d by one fact. The New Ha ven road has been systematically Tilked for the benetlt of hiuh tinan eiers until its financial condition is such that it i forced to pay dividends' t .... . out oi capital insieru oi eaiiuiiKs. n can't provide decent and safe equip ment because it has been looted. in the year U0 4. the total capital ization and funded indebtedness of mis road was $114.41.000. Hy 1911. it had increased to Jo90.S52.200. In K'i'4 the earninps of the New Haven were I v,2s2.'ju:, and in 11H1 they v tm 5 i r.. In other words, the o;i pU ullzation of the road had in creased 2;'. 4 percent, while the revenue u as inenased but '0 percent. Inter est charges were 2 4" percent larger, while the money with which to pay them was only )0 percent larger. Thee fuures were compiled from of ficial reports and presented by Charles Kdward Kuell. the railroad expert, in his r?cent series of articles In Pearson's rr.apnrine. showinc: the phy sical and financial bankruptcy of the American railroids. HrandeU Commont. In December. 1907, Iouis P. TRran- the New Haven's financial condition, said: "Last year's reported sain otj profit and loss transactions was merely a bookkeeping device. In the apKre rnte J10.09t5.603.01 expended to make pood equipment depreciation which should have been charped to operating How to Absorb an Unlovely Complexion (Phyllis Moore In Town Talk.) T1h fact ivhieh is admired 1or its beauty must Late a sitin-suiootn skiu. pink and white and youthful looking. The only th leg; I know of thnt can mike &tch a earaj-lexlon out of an ngred. faded, or dls- euiie,i oii1 I mean a nntural, not a i Mtiitel. onplexion 1 ordinary inerr-o- lir.l wax. TLU renwirkablo stibtnnee lit-; erally absorb the unsightly cuticle, a Irttlej e.ieh ,lay. the clear, healthy, girlish nkln beneath pndunlly ieepin(r out until with in a wtrk or o it is wholly in evident. tf eurse puch Metnishes as freckles, raath ptehe. liver ppot. blotches and iinil;-s .ir discarded with the old skin. If you will pro-ure an ounce f ru?r colizttl w.ix st the drup ftore. ue like oM cream every nlht, wahlnjr thU off niorninps. you'll find It a veritable wonder-worker. Another valuable natural treatment Is a wash lotion to remove wrinkles which can be easily prepared. Dissolve 1 oz. pow dered s.nollfe In it witch IhtaI Iiathe the face In thif and you'll find it expenses was charped to profit and I loss and was paid out of premiums received Iro sales of stocks and bonds. Last year, if the company's customary charge for maintenance had ben . made, the net incone from all sources ' would have failed by $1,171,50.82 to provide a sum stitiicient to pay the eipht percent dividend." Commenting on this statement by Uranv'i', Russell says: "That they might pay the dividends on this enor- .imously swollen -.tanzation they had nditures for phy- ith this curtail- e' expenditure for maintenance they could not possibly keep the roadbed, equipment and service in such condi tion as to insure the safety of pas sengers. The wrecks followed." Congressional a4pn making com pulsory the equipment of all roads with all-steel cars is probable. But no action that congress can take can turn a loss into a profit. Congress, so long us it recognizes the legal right of the New Haven or any other nad to earn dividends on false anel fraudu lent capitalization, cannot by law in-, crease the earning power of the New Haven f-uiflcient to pay such interest charges and at the same time keep the road in proi physical condition. The truth is the American public is facing a crisis in the matter of rail road ownership, and only two things are possible. Other (;ovcnunent? Own Itoad. Kither the roads must be pernitted to Increase freight and passenger rates high enough to earn a prot;t on their watered stocks and bonds, or the whole system must be changed and Ithe railroads taken over into public ('ownership. As a matter of fact, the ' United States is one of the three prin ! cipal countries of the world to retain privatelv-owneel system ot railroads. Germanv Austria-Hunpary, Italy, Switverland. France. Denmark. Bul garia, Russia, Australia and New Zea land all have goyejamt. owned and operated roads, with no watered capi talization, no financial jugglery, and a very much smaller number of wrecks and a lower loss of life. The death rate on American railroads is the highest in the world. "The Interstate Commerce commis sion closed its report on the previous big wreck on the New Ha"cn that at Stamford. Conn., with iliese words: "Establishment of sater and more edicient operation of thif? railroad Is immediately necessarj if congressional legislation extending the scope of gov ernmental regulation of railroads is not called for and justified in the in terest of public safety." It is probable that the growing de mand for governmental operation of railroads will be increased by fhia latest lesson in death and injuries re sulting fr6rr, private management for private prolit. Safest Laxative for Women Nearly every woman needs a good laxative. Dr. King's New Life Pills are good because they are prompt. YOU GKT SATISFACTION' When you buy at "LOWER'S" Wo still have wmo beautiful papers from our summer stock that we are clewlrur out at practically nothing. You'll have to hce them to appre ciate their beauty of color ajul de sign. Sjecial prices on frontline tra Hoth Japanese leather and tinsel tinsel cJotli. We are showing; some 1911 combina tions The I. W. Lower Decorating Co 120 SO. MICHIGAN STIUCLX. safe, and do not cause pain. Mrs. M. C. Dunlap of 1-adill. Tenn. says: "Dr. King's New Life Pills helped her troubles c:reatly. Ciet a box to-day, Price, 2."e. Druggists. Recommended by All Advt. Try NEWS-TIMES WANT ADS TRY NEWS-TIMES WANT ADS UNDERTAKER SSS X. JEcftig-aji fit. Ilomo Pboae Cili; JieM ITiona S L. H. O RVIS FUNERAL DIRECTOR Litdy Asl-rUint 124 Nonis. Mlclilgun St. Home T.297. HJ1 297 fchowed that of the urs com- dis commenting rn m& " f '-.ri- nke made." AdTrrtlsemeut. THE REAL COST Of any stove begins with its use and not with the price you pay for it. Let us show you the economies of our stove line. libley Hardware Store . m:w ivyll moii:l. Ladles' Coat. This model is cut on long waited lines, with Rus.-ian baek, b-ngthened by pejIurn portions. The fronts are shaped in cutaway style, and the clos ing is hitrh at the neck eJr- bdow a broad rolling collar. The pattern is suitable for tiverd. cheviot. broad cloth, plush, velvet, silk or .attin It is cut in six sizes: "4. r, 4', 4.' and 4 4 inches bust measure, u re quires four and three-quarters yards of 4 4-inch material for a 3--iiich size. A pattern of this illustration mailed to any .address on receipt of 10 cents in silver or stamps. Rubber Novelties of All Kinds at THE RUBBER STORE, 206 S. Michigan St 43 Years Old ft.QU 0n Savings SC A Deposits South Bend National Bank 70 r.MMTAii sinn.r.oo hinriAS r.AitNi:n 110,000 iiuj:ctoi:s I:p!'js Hubbard Haven Hubbard Myron Campbell Marvin Campbell ItoLL. 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