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THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES.
niniSDAV, suiTF.Mnn; u, ioi.i TELLS RESULTS DF EXPERIMENTS ON. FLfES FOR DISEASE COLORADO SPUING.-. Sept. 11. An experiment to determine the re iation of the house 1'y to difeate, jiar- ticaiarly ilia ases in children, wad c.-cribed today before the sociologi cal . iiidii of the American Public Jkalth as.-ociation by Albert E. Mil lar. k oi" New York, nephew of Mrs. Eliza! eth Milbank Anderson, who re cently ave ?;.'jtu0 0 Tor the establish ment of a department of social wel fare of the New York association for Jinpro". in' the Condition of the Poor. Mr. Mil bank t-aid that the very fact that a fund o; that size had been given by Mrs. Am- r.-on for public health work was an indication that the prob lem of conserving the health of the community was of growing import ance in the minds of those interested in the promotion of social welfare, lie thought there was a growing ten dency to larger benefactions for pub lic health activities. In deseribinsr wjiiic features of the wrk of the three divisions of the de partment of social welfare, Mr. Mil bank said that for the purpose of de termining the relation of the house fly to disease, nine blocks of New York city had been fleeted. Through the co-operation of the health department and the tenement house department, a rigid sanitary inspection of these blocks hail been maintained during the summer. All the breeding places for house Hies had been removed as far as possible. One Mock Screened. One apartment in one block in the center of this district had been screen ed. Through the co-operation of the boy scouts My traps had been placed and operated throughout the district. In the screened block in the center of the district a careful inventory was made of the sickness in existence when the experiment began. Families were instructed as to the necessity for keeping all food protected from flies and for killing whatever Hies that succeeded in getting inside the apart ments. A daily inspection of each family was maintained for the purpose of observing the mobidity and mor tality and results were carefully re corded. A similar block located sutliciently far from the screened block to be out hide the zone of the district so care fully made sanitary. was chosen for the purpose of observing similarly the morbidity and mortality. While the results of this experiment have not ns vet been tabulated, the experiment serves to illustrate. Mr. Milbank said, the kind of activities which the bureau of public health and hygiene of the new department would carry on. "It is evident that the American people are increasingly liable to can cerous affection," said Dr. Frederick L. Hoffman, of the Prudential Insur ance company. Dr. Hoffman was un able to account for this, but he found a rav of hope In the fact that com pared with other civilized countries, lift cancer death rate is not excessive. It has. however, increased from G7.9 per 100.000 population average for the five years ending with 1905 to 74. Z during 1011. "For the decade ending with 1909 the rate was 72.1 por 100,000 of pop C CHILDREN'S DRESSES New fall colored wash dresses, Balkan styles, ages 0 to 14, e special Elundrotls Beautiful of P SPECS AL VALUES m 1MB fc Jl RktW J&&i : ? I- : J. NfcMcWt i2m ' I W-r V I 1 11 !" ulation foi tho registration states of the United States, against a rate of 7:. I for Austria, 79.1 for Germany, S9.1 for England and Wales, 90.0 for Scotland and 127.7 for Switzerland." said Dr. Hoffman. "The cancer death rate is low in tropical countries and also in Hungary, Spain, Denmark, Japan. Italy and Australia." "i:cn though the cause, or causes, of cancer were discovered, it would, no doubt require many years before such knowledge could be successfully applied in a deliberate campaign to reduce the, cancer death rate. GIVES FORMER SLAVES FARMS OF THEIR OWN NEW ORLEANS, La., Sept. 11. William Eeilly. owner cf a large plan tation at Monroe, near here, notified all of the former slaves of his father and their decendents that he is going to cut the plantation up in farms, build each of them a house, stock the farms and let them run them them selves tinder condition that they ask credit of no one. PICKS THE RIGHT TIME Thief (lets $1,9&9 From Car Barn Office. WILMINGTON, Del..' Sept. 11. Watching his chance when only one man was In the office, a robber enter ed the car barn office of a trolley company here early Tuesday and stole 1 1,9 S 9 which was In a satchel. The man held up the night clerk at the point of a revolver and compelled him to open the safe in which the satchel containing the money had been locked. MRS. HAPPY UNHAPPY; WOULD BE RID OF HAPPY PITTSBURGH. Sept. 11. Mrs. Min nie Happy of Washington, Pa., de claring herself unhappy with Edward C. Happy, has started an action for divorce. Mrs. Happy charges that Happy threw knives at her and also tossed her through a plate glass win dow. WAS KISSED I1Y LAFAYETTE. BOSTON, Sept. 11. Mrs. Emily Chamberlain, who has just celebrated her 100th birthday, declares that in 1824, when Gen. Lafayette was in this country, she wa.i among the school children who cast flowers before him and were kissed by him. KILLS HIMSELF. CANNELTON. Ind., .Sept. 11. George Seifert, jr., 45, committed sui cide here Wednesday by shooting himself in the head. Business re verses are said to have heen the cause for his action. WILSON LEAVES CAPITAL WASHINGTON. Sept. 11. Pres. Wilson is so satisfied with the tariff situation that ho will leave Washing ton for the summer white house at Cornish. N. H., at 5:33 o'clock today. Secy. Tumulty will accompany him. Ellsworth'. How Do You Like Our Hats? Ellsworth's 4 2nd Anniversary Sale enables you to buy hats 42 cents off every hat dollar you spend. This sale ends Saturday night Get your Hat tomorrow. Every hat this season's style intrinsic values; obvious sav ings. The Ellsworth Store. Advt. "Right Distribution of Right n EST 1C D R CROPS Condition is Ten Percent Lower Than Last September While in August It Was Only Six Percent Below Average. WASHINGTON, Sept. 11. August was unfavorable for crop development in the United States, the department of agriculture announced Wednesday. The composite condition of all crops, Sept. 1 was 10.1 per cent below aver aget conditions on Sept. 1 of recent years whereas on Aug. 1 conditions were 6.2 per cent below the Aug. 1 average. Compared with a year ago, prospects at this time are about 12.2 per cent poorer. Last year crop prospecis steadily improved as the season advanced, the final out-turn being the largest on record; on the other hand, this year prospects to Sept. 1 have tended to decline with the advance of the sea son. The condition (production, if har vested) of various crops on Sept. 1 compared with average condition (not normal) on Sept. 1 in recent years, as follows: Clover seed, 100.7; alfalfa, 92.6; millet, 76.5; grapes, 90; cranberries, 99; oranges, 91.7; lemons, 67.2; sugar cane, 94.4; sugar beets. 97.9; sor ghum, 93.1; sweet potatoes. 94.4; cab bages, 90.8; onions, 92.5; hemp, 80; hops, 103.5; peanuts, 101.1. The acreage of clover for seed is estimated to bo 4.2 per cent more than last year. REFUSES TO PRODUCE BOOKS F0R THE COURT Secretary of Western Fuel Co. Is Itc leasctl on $3,000 Bond Pend ing Hearing. SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 11. Rath er than surrender tho books of the Western Fuel Co., to Judge Dooling of the Uniied States court, David Nor cross, secretary of the company, gave himself up Wednesday to tho United States marshal. Judge Dooling held him in contempt of court and sentenced him to jail until such time as the books be produced, but later re leased him on $3,000 bonds pending habeas corpus proceedings. Norcross already was under a $3,000 fine for a similar offense. Norcross, the president, directors and various employes qf the company are under indictment for conspiracy in defrauding the government of hundreds of thousands of dollars in customs drawbacks on imported coal. The books were seized several months ago by order of the United .States at torney and it Is the contention of Nor cross that he cannot be made to turn them over tQ the federal grand jury where they might be used as a basis for fresh indicetmtns of himself and his fellows. NO SPOONING HERE. SOUTH NYACK, N. Y., Sept. 11.- Trustees here have had the village green brightly illuminated to prevent nocturnal flirtations. Mer chandise at Right Prices. AUGU5 11' IS mi AND MOST PAr3TED STYLES en Women's and Misses Beautiful New Fall Suits, all the latest style creations in the newest materials, such as Matelas se, cut chinchillas, wool poplins, Bedfords, Broadcloths and serges; blacks and all colors, (f aa S35.00. $3000 and Silk Dresse Women's and Misses' Silk Messaline Dresses, many new styles; black, navy, Cop., gray and (J brown, S10.00 values, special tp J J Ladies' Silk Messaline Dresses, the latest with the new plated over skirt effect; black, navy, gray, Copenhagen tSZ: 0.00 Serge Dresses Women's serge dresses, fine quality in all the latest styles; plain, draped and sash effects, ( C o C $25, $19.50, $15.00, $11.85, $10.00, ipoOj Fall Coats Hundreds of beautiful coats on sale tomorrow, all the latest creations in serges, whipcords, bedfords, novelty effects and the heavy materials. The best coats in town, that's why we are doing the business. See these Coats at f? Si 7.50, SI 1.85 and p & JU We are showing hundreds of coats; all the wanted materials, MINISTERS PLAN TO CURB THE DIVORCES Pastors at Carlisle, Pa., May Refuse to Marry People Who Arc Divorced. CARLISLE, Ta., Sept. 11. Clergy men of this city have started a move ment to line up the clergy of the en tire state In opposition to the remar riage of divorced persons. The plan provides that ministers shall sign an agreement not to perform a marriage ceremony in a case where either one of the contracting parties has been di vorced. A committee was appointed to pre pare s. petition to the local clerk of the courts, requesting him to indicate on the marriage licenses furnished to ministers whether or not either of the parties contemplating matrimony had been divorced. This is not required by the state law now, but can be done at the option of the marriage license clerk. Ellsworth's Ferns Ferns Ellsworth's. The Ferns which so Adorn the Store the Ferns which have been so Prominent since the Opening go on Sale at Low Prices Tomorrow Morn ing. The Ellsworth Store. Advt. F MEALS STOICH SOURS "Pape's Diapepsin" Ends Stom ach Misery, Indigestion in Five Minutes. If what you just ate is souring on your stomach or lies like a lump of lead, refusing to digest, or you belch gas and eructate sour, undigested food, or have a feeling of dizziness, heartburn, fullness, nausea, bad taste in mouth and stomach headache, you can get blessed relief in live minutes. Ask your pharmacist to show you the formula, plainly printed on these lifty-cent cases of Pape's Diapepsin, then you will understand -why dys peptic troubles of all kinds must go, and why they relieve sour, out-of-order stomachs or indigestion in live minutes. "Rape's Diapepsin" is harm less; tastes like candy, though each doso will digest and prepare for as similation into the blood all the food you eat;- besides, it makes you go to the table with a healthy appetite; but, what will please you most, is that you will feel that your stomach and intes tines are clean and fresh, and you will not need to resort to laxatives or liver pills for biliousness or constipation. This city will have many 'Tape's Diapepsin" cranks, as some people will call them, but you will be enthu siastic about this splendid stomach preparation, too, if you ever take it for indigestion, gases, heartburn, sourness, dyspepsia, or any stomach misery. Get some now, this minute, and rid yourself of stomach troubles and in digestion in five minutes. CHILDREN'S DRESSES New wool dresses, all the latest Balkan styles, with plaid skirts, etc., $3.95, $3.50, ? AQ $3.00 and ... 3 $6fJJ beautiful winter S10 to $40 Sui mm a irk MM SPECIAL NOTICE-Oldest in Experience, Ripest in Knowledge Fvnnripnrp TmintQ 11 yu are sJc!c oi experimenting, come o a real l.74jiiiciu,c vuuu s accialis ancS se2 llG diiferen!!y lie will treat you NOTICES I am particularly anxious to hae MEN call and Ret the opinion of an e.iert. Tlio-o who have been trcatel and not cured hy other physician;, no matter how lonj: or how little hope they have. I am a won derful man. You Can See Me FREE Blood Diseases, Kidney, Bladder, Stricture, Con tracted and All Diseases Pecu liar to Men Treated by My Up-to-date Method. Weak, Nervous Do Not Give Up. Not a Dollar For Weakness of Men That disorder commonly known as weakness has for years and Fen erations baffled the efforts of phy sicians, yet to this very day a ma jority of doctors, specialists not ex cepted, are attempting to overcome it by methods that have been in constant use and have always fail ed for half a century. They dose the system with powerful stimu lants and tonics, calculated to re store nervous forco or strength that is not and never has been lacking, with a result that the functions are temporarily excited, to the positive detriment of the patient. Weak ness we call it such for conven ience just now is only a symptom resulting from a chronically swol len and inflamed prostate gland, and is curable by local treatment only. Either early dissipation or some improperly treated contracted disease is responsible for the in flammation in most Instances, through accident, injury, strain, etc., may produce the same result. I permanently cure these cases of prematureness, loss of vigor, etc. I want every reader to call to see us, so that I may explain to him all about our SYSTEM and demonstrate why it cures Id EN after all other methods fail to even givo relief. M Cores Blood Poison I use the newest and latest treat ment for Blood Poison and Skin Diseases. Professor Ehrlin's of Germany, NEOSA LVA IiSAN, or "1)14" the improved Salvarsan, in stead of the old remedy called "606." (Xeosalvarsan is absolutely safe and harmless and more effec tive than "GOe," and can be ad ministered in the ottice painlessly and with absolutely no ill effect whatever or detention from busi ness. This treatment is far super ior to any other employed in the cure of this dreadful disease. Symp toms begin to disappear in a few hours after the administration of the remedy. Call today. MEN SOUTH BEND, IND. 109 1-2 W. WASHINGTON AVENUE. Entire Front Floor Over Peck's Shoe Store. 5 Large Rooms Fully Equipped i IZ i li l "If BOWLING SCORES UOCivlvl HAT ELKS LEAGUE. TIGERS Yoders 21 19 15 ) I oban . . i lu pj 0 Chockelt 2 6 21 19 Totals Zl NATIONALS Goetz 10 Mountain IS Hart 27 43 19 23 17 Total3 Zo O 'J Ktars Livingston .. Clauer Goldy Totals IMPERIAL Chaffee Patten chnelle .... 20 21 o - 24 21 63 i; 2 9 ... 17 Is 29 2SI Totals 70 CLEANERS leltz IS ichard IS 21 19 3t CI Under , Scientifically Treated by the VV ' - ' Meed be Paid Unless Cured MEN READ THIS I simply want the opportunity of showing every man suffering from INFECTION. BLOOD DIS EASE. NERVOUSNESS, RHEUM ATISM, KIDNEY AND BLADDER COMPLICATIONS, V A R I C OSE VEINS, WEAK BLOOD VES SELS. HE CAN BE CURED. Thousands of nervous wrecks, some of them on the verge of men tal and moral dissolution, have been made happy, strong, vigorous, manly men. No man knows what his capabilities are until ho is in the right health a healthy body insures a healthy mind. I do not care how long you have suffered, nor who has failed in your ease, if you are curable I can show you the means to do it. Varicocele is a knotty, bunchy, twisted, worm like condition of veins. Symptoms Achinir or Pain in Groin or Back. Xervoiwics, Weak ness, Loss of Vitality, Iick of Am bition. I cure Varicose Enlargement by one treatment In one visit, with out a severe surgical operation or suffering. Kidney, Bladder and Pros tatic Diseases Obstructions. Straining. Pain in Back, Enlarged Glands Nerv ousness. Swelling, Uric Acid. I can stop these symptoms right away and they won't come back, because the cause of them is done away with by a cure being effected. I don't use strong, painful, injur ious injections that do great harm. A Sure Cure For a Few Dollars I want you to come and se us right away, and in order to en courage you to do so wo are ar ranging our fees so low during THIS MONTH ONLY, for tho mre of various diseases, that no matter what your circumstances may b our services are within your reach at a very small cost. ENER U u If 4 y oq Specials ll I-:? Hull , jCalnon ' 1 j W. Jones is . Totals Z GETS S1.000 FOR HURTS AT REGENERATING PLANT' ' a ',): !f;j I.-- fr;::t tie tier. Schrnuck is Judprm-nt for Jl.'o was award'-d : ,,f y.-.trs and has L en in a by Judse Funk in circuit court W-d- ' rrri! r .f mi-'i .. His cas -a? nesda.y afternoon to Elmer R od for nUrtu d until Friday mornir.ff and albcd injuries received '.h'.le en- : f d at $'') in polio court ployed with th Rubber Re?--r. e n; t i n .s,' j Thu: day m rn::ur. Co.- or' Mishawaka. In th" complain!' ci arls Iir.-'-r, arrr-ted jeveral hied ilamn.'i f r ' er- a.-k d. j i.-iy a?.. t taking rr.or.-y from Alio-- According to the c rnp-'a.int i d, m ill. r. .va? la court Thursday morn while ai work amont,' r -me rd!-rs. a:-j in'. A rdintr to Mrs. Miller'? story tcmi'tfd to renie a knif.- that j-tu.-k ; she- fr tve the man th money with th in one of the roller?. He att mpp- i ! i:r.l"r!t:ir.'!i:r: that h. w k;M put It to .t-;p the machinery, ir is alh-e.h I n thf bank. but failed and his hand and arm v . -re He .-aid to h i told several caught ard mashed. i parties that he r..-er lnt n led to bank Iuk ai;d patie,. re nr. .--.n:.-'' Reed n; ..;;,. 'i he , as- will be heard whi Sawyer and 7.:ier appeared fr ! Saturday. S-pt. 2c. the rubber company. j 1 EIK'.inrtir How ! You Like Our ! U K COMPANY INCORPORATES. " I rf'r!i. j i.f irifnrtiiir-itf'ir, f..- 1 1 1 . . 1 ....... . . . ii..,;l in' dejtenilent lee Co. Wf-re reCtdv Thursday at the recorder's l!i. . The r-w c-ompany is capiialir- i ;-.t ? 2'"'. - 000. Directors of the organization art Guy I. Staple?. David P. CU m. Walter M. Hildebrand. Frank lloswcirth and Up - to - Date t I am pl- p.s' tl to announce to th- mm IVidiana you nood no l'r.i:-r zn to New York, .t. Louis r-r Clriraco to receive tho rnot Ft-iorit::H trf itnu nt knewr.. for w v now have with us an expert a ho has dcvoinl over 14 yoars to th j-tui'.y ari'i tr atmont of men's ilu i s. ih a pradu at of a cuil.'-t' rattd A-l l y the nit'clifal fraternity. In his many :ars' 'Xj'-r:oin'e ho has treated thousands of men. lie has not M-atterrd Ids forces. Ho has conrontratt-d them on his spec laity. Tlicrt is cV( ry possible facility a.tid eo.uipment in my odicfs f.r tho up-to-date Fcien tiJle treatment of diseases jeeul iar to nun. I trtat no incur able ra."-'i s. I have the best raipped .t!lees you have ever seen. Come in and se for yourself and compare thorn with any oth r. I sdicit investiga tion. A visit will tell. Call to dyy. I Cure Varicocele, Piles, Hydrocele, Rupture, in One Treatment. ii Specialist for Hen Only Young Hiddle-Aged Old 1 want you to call and consult us and get an honest, scientific opinion of your ease. You can do this FREE. When with us we will make a very thorough and searching examination and after learning all about your cas I will dlscribe it plainly and fully to you so you can fully understand just what it will cost. If you have reached an incurable complicated condition, I will say so and advise with you as to the best means to pursue that is left for you to follow and get as much out of life as is m store for you. We cannot do more than this and no honorable physician will promise to. MY REPUTATION IS AT STAKE YOU NEED NOT FEAR DECEPTION OR MISREPRESEN TATION. MY STANDING IS WORTH MORE TO ME THAN ALL OE YOUR MONEY. LET ALONE A EE W DOLLARS POR YOUR FEE. Any man who wishes my best opinion is cordially invited to call and get it. I know that I an givo him now life, new hone- and restore him back to health. Mierooopic and analytical urinalysis FREE. Cam; and have a friendly talk. Do it to day. Satisfactory arrangements re garding terms can always be made. The. working man can treat with mo. my fees are so moderate. You may pay as able, as benefited, or wlieji cured, if responsible. Mv motto: QUICK. LASTING CURES. LOW PEES. nu:i; ADVICE. CAIJ, IP IX TROUBLi:. DAILY IIOl RS. J A. M. TO 8 P. M. SUNDAYS, y TO 1. $10 Examination FREE! LARGEST MEN'S OFFICES IN SOUTH REND. i : vi :i i v j 1 1 1 x g s i ;ci ti :t. r; specialists I v - JL .- w v v j -T -V -V -f- nnnn mormimr yhiir i HONOR. j i V V . ' V X J v 'Ij ) t mf fm rf . i! -tu us hvhniuek h:is ben arrc?t- IVV.r'rf,. I IIat? I I'Mi-.-.ri'.. ...! ... :. . - - . - ... i.ii.-"'u.i t4.n . : . ; . i ; i i . n d ; vnabies you to bay lu.ts 42 cents off j every hat dollar you s-pvnd. This sab j ends Saturd.iy ni-ht C.et jour Hat tonioiro vv. i; ry hat tins seas n3 style intrinsic value.; id.vious inc.- Tho Ellsworth Store. i ! 1 4 1 Totals 61 u jona .u, namuion. Aut