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THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES.
SATCKPAV, snrn:Miu:n :n, mis. 5 BIX3 AMERICAN BALL IS PET TOY OF CUNNING LITTLE GERMAN BOY "t- - I i in i -rf-"1 """"""t'l"1 '" 1 "ii ' !: . - XX:Wxi t vy7 u7v: imw i. ; ' i - - 11 r ; fit . ..ry rs-f i k& fo 1 1 i v?. t t- : rf -J TTcro is a dear, roal Gorman b'ty vho woulfl rather play with his li'. round Ameriran lia.ll than ride In th ni"st luxurious rarriape in all Eunipf. Now reail carefully and perhaps you can get all this hitr name in one look. lit- is call, the Hereditary Grand Ijuko Fried rich -Franz. He is thre ears old ! All American hoys and Kirls will he Interested, especially. li liini. for the reason thuit he is boini: hroui;ht up to lov- American ways and American people and ideas. He haK two nurses who are both American born. His parents, the reinin prand fluke and dm-hrFs of Mecl;lenlur Fehwerin. show a remarkable liking. It is said, for everything American. They are said to buy their boots and much of their clothing in New T GUILTY VERDICT Judge Funk Reminds Women They Are Not in Public Square But in a Court Room. must pay i'i'in Wise the sum of $5.25 a wecK. Wise was injured while working In a gravel pit for the ci:y. The gravel caved In on him and broke his leg". He spent several weeks in a South Bend hospital at the city's ex pense but the accident has left him a cripple. SCHOOLS WILL MARCH IN EXPO PROCESSION York. And they both speak English with ease. The grand duke has expressed his intention of enwaeinc: an American tutor, later on. for his little son. This picture shows the little heredit ary Krand duke with an enormous ball from which he declined to be separated. een ions enough to have his picture taken. When he grows up he will probably want to come to America to see what we folks do over here. And. very likely, he will find out that many boys and girls in this coun try play with scores of toys which are made in Germany. Take a good look at this little chappie. for. likely as not, you will have a chance to see him, in re ality, some of these days in this country. "When the jury which had spent two days hearing the case of the state against Mabel Itubshaw, charged with her husband, with stealing a gold watch and chain belonging to James Ellis, returned a verdict of "not guilty" Uridcj- afternoon, nearly a score of women friends of Mrs. Rb- shaw who were in the court room, clapped their hands loudly. The demonstration drew a sharp rebuke from Judge Funk who re minded the women they were in a court room, not In a public square. The women had attended the entire trial. The Jury deliberated on the case about half an hour. A day and a half was spent in the presentation of the evidence. Attorneys for Mrs. Rub shaw entered the defense that Ellis had "planted" the watch and chain in the Rubshaw home in order to-effect their arrest. It was claimed that a long standing grudge had existed be tween Ellis and the Rubshaws. who live In adjoining houses in Mishawaka, and that Ellis had set a trap for the Rubshaws. The watch and chain were foond in a bureau drawer of the Rubshaw home whtn Ellis with an officer ar rived with a search warrant. Mrs. Rubshaw was showing the officer through the rooms when, to her dis may, they came upon the watch. Mrs. Rubshaw took the stand in her own behalf. Her acquittal disposes of but one of the cases. The charge against her husband still remains but this may not be tried this term on ac count of the fact that the present jury Is disqualified. A parade given by the school child ren' will be one of the big features of the fall exposition. A meeting of the committee representing the school children met with IT. G. Manning in the chamber of commerce rooms Fri day afternoon, and made preliminary arrangements. Four or five thousand children will march, promising to make one of the grandest displays ever presented here. The parade will be given Oct. Z, and teachers, parents and pupils will co operate to make the event one of the big events of the exposition. A number of manual training bovs carrying tools and girls carrying do mestic science articles will probably be in the parade dressed in special uniforms. Floats and banners will be arranged to illustrate the school sys tem. Superintendent L.. J. Montgomery and the school committee will plan the exact line of march and arrane details. Not only the city but county and parochial schools will be privil eged to take part. NO HOPE OF FINISHING TARIFF BILL THIS WEEK Kishteon Questions Are Still in Dis agreement in House and Sen ate Conferee. WASHINGTON. Sept. 20. Hope of the conferees of the senate and house reaching a complete agreement on the tariff bill this week went glim mering Friday when the conference adjourned until Saturday with about IS questions still in disagreement. Half a dozen of these subjects have produced determined deadlocks with all sides appealing to Pres. Wilson for assistance. Hep. Underwood ex pressed the hope Friday nicht that by Saturday niqht all the taxing features might be agreed upon. Sen. Simmons stated that it would take two or three days next week probably before the bill was completed. At the morning session of the con- 11 'A wlf vnnr Stomnrh nnr' it will always serve you well, but if you have been care less and allowed weakness in develop, take HGSTETTER'S Stomach Bitters at 73ce. Itls for Indipretton, Dyspepsia, Constipation and Biliousness, also .Malaria, I Tl.RMS f TITRM.S $1.00 I1ACII R. R. MEN WANT FIRST CLASS MAIL STAMPED Pass Resolution to Eradicate "Penny Nuisance' Next Com rut ion at Washington, I. C. KVANSVII,L7:. Ind.. Sept. 20. The National convention "f Rural Mail Carriers adjourned late Friday after noon after selecting the second week In August and Washington, 1. C. for the 1014 convention. The old officers were re-elected as follows: Pr&f'- dent.. T. 1. Brookway, Clinton. N Y.; vice president, Oeorge Kime, "Willard, Mo.; secretary, L. H. Wilson, OHia. Minn.; treasurer. 1. l Cammarn, IT ri per Sandusky. O. Member of the executive board f)r three years. J. It. Smith. Michigan. Resolutions were passed calling for stamps to bo atiixed to all first-class mail, doing away with the "penny nuisance": an increase in salaries on account of increased duties due to the parcel post and the passage of the Kiley bill, allowing tho carriers addi tional money for equipment and maintenance because of the parcel post. The extension of the parcel post was endorsed. BLOWS UP HOME WITH DYNAMITE; TWO DEAD Bloom higton Man Ties Explosive to Arms and Legs liefore Set ting Off Cap. ASSOCIATED PRESS TO MEET AT INDIANAPOLIS BLOOMINGTON, Ind., Sept. 20. Fannie Hurst, 13 years old. terribly wounded early Friday when her fath er. Mack Hurst, tied dynamite to his arms and tegs and blew up his home, killing himself and a 17-year-old daughter, probably will die, physi cians at the hospital where she was taken said Friday night. Her sister, Elizabeth, six years old, the doctors sa.v will recover. The explosion which blew the Hurst home to pieces tore the flesh of Fannie from the bone in many places and drove the stem of her father's pipe into the child's body. Doctors extracted the piece of pipe and now fear that tetanus probably will set in. That Hurst bad carefully planned his r.ct became evident from a search of the ruins of the home. At the rear door his shoes which he had re moved before entering the house were found and inside the kitchen was his pocket knife, pieces of fuse and caps used to explode the dyna mite. In tying the sticks of explosive to his arms and legs the man had torn up a white shirt to get strips of cloth. Late News From the Surrounding Towns INDIANAPOLIS. Sept. 20. A busi ness meeting of the Indiana mem bers of the Associated 1'ress is to be held in Indianapolis next Wednesday morning at the Claypool hotel at 10 o'clock. Business matters connected with the service will he discussed. Melville K. Stone. New York, gen eral manager, and Paul Cowles of Chicago, superintendent of the Asso ciated Press, who will bo here for the Associated Press banquet, which is to be held that night, will confer with the editors. The toast list for the banquet was ; completed today as follows: j Secretary of the Navy Josephus j 7aniels. U. S. Sen. John XV. Kern. Gov. Samuel M. Ralston. Pres. XV. i Rryan of Indiana university and Mr Stone. Fermor Vice Pres. Charles W Fairbanks -will be toastmaster. IIODY IN CREKK, A NO ERF ON, Ind., Sept, 20. The body of Mrs. Harry' O'Brien, who wandered away from her home hre last Saturday, was found in a deep pool in Duck creek near here by Sheriff K. V. Lee Friday. Mrs. O'Brien, who was 4 7 years old, was last seen near the creek, and it is believed that she fell Into the deep water. ' GET A GAS RANGE, NOW GAS CO. VO I HAVE TO EAT VrtTH IT1AT Vv'CODcfl - ) It. TgoJATORg .1 BMAlJ(. PICCOLO TO W0VJEL r COAL ftR WAIiXUT fiROVK. A few from here attended the fu neral of George Whitsel of Lydick, Ind., last Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Lydick were guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Fink of South Rend last Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Stroup and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph II. Lydick and Mr. and Mrs. Ira Brown of South Bend were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mikesell and family Sunday. Walter Mikesell and Miss Anna Cover of South Bend spent Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Ralph H. Lydick. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mikesell. Wal ter and Charles Mikesell. jr.. of Ly dick, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Lydick, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Stroup and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ira Brown and Miss Anna Cover of South Bend very pleas antly reminded Mrs. Ralph H. Lydick of her birthday anniversary WeVlnes day night. Refreshments were serv ed. They departed at a late hour, leaving in remembrance of the occa sion a beautiful fern. Fred Feasenhyer attended the sale of Mr. Reed at New Carlisle Wednes day. BERRIEN SPRINGS. Service at tb Rriprifst church Sunday nt 10 :30 a. m. mA 7:o0 p. m. This will be the onlv 5rvlce In town Snndny. ns Rev. A. XV. fclmmoriM and Rev. t G. Lnngdon are Attending the nnruml conference of their respective churrhes. Mrs. Prances WaMron anrl children have returned to their borne In South Head after a few days risit with Mrs. WaMron's mother, Mrs. Belle De Theo Noel returnd Thursday from a few day' visit with his sin. Ir. .Joseph It. Noel nnd family, in hic:igo. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Monnich of Renton Harbor and Mrs. Mary McMnnlgal of Thl eago were guests of the hitter's niece, Mis May Patton. Thursday. Mrs. Myrtle Oarii.fon of Benton Harbor ts a visitor at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Whiter Prtddv. Superv1iur Vm. II. Sylvester attended a special meeting of the board of sujervlsoM In St. Joptep'h Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Wrn. Sta-bl werp In South Bend Wednesday visitors at the home of the latter? niece. Mrs. Fnvnk Steiner. Wnlter II EMson visited reltlve in Beatan Harlor Wednewlay and Thursday. Mrs. .Tudd Harmon has returns! to her home in &uth Bend after n visit with her mother, Mrs. J-nu1e ArmvStronpr. Mrs. George M. Ian vislteil her sUter, Mrs. Stella Sohrock. In South Bend Thurs day. Oe"Tge Cone of CVloma wa a husines victor here Thursday. Mrs. Maggie E. Ly brook is In receipt ef a check for $70 from the Notional Protec tive1 Legion for a d ten hi lit y claim. Mr. Lrbrook; hn been suffering from granu lated eyelids for some time past. Mm. Albert B.wwraan visited friends iu outh Iiend Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Gllltvpie went to Ohtcago Thursday for a few days' visit with tie former's brother, T. Gillespie, nod family. Iter. J. J. Mir.tierrlr Vft Thursday for his home; In Bedford City, Pa., after a two wpks visit at Ihe home of his daughter, Mrs. Arrhur o. Sjxauldlnff. Mrs. Arthur SturgiR went to Elkhart Thursdiiy for a visit with her husband, wyho is emploTed in timt city. Mrs. Mary Nlchobt. her daughter. Mli Marion, and her sister. Mm. Win. C Hall, of Morrill. Teics, wvre South Bp-nd islt cktb Friday. The Aid society of the M. E. church met Welnesday aftertioon in the oial rooms. The folowing officers were elected: Iresi tlent, Mr. XV. N. Skinner; vice-president. Mrs. XV. L. Burgoyne: secretary. Mr.. XV. F. Buckmaji; treasurer, Mrs. George L. Perklasw NILES. Two oil tank cars were derailed on the Michigan Central division near the "V Just south of the Xlles city limits FTlday afternoon when they Jumped the track as they were being taken around the curve. A wrecking crew arrived later in the afternoon and lije wreck was cleared up. Part of the oil leaked out and the loss ij slight. Lute Ranft arrived in Nile, Friday with his circus and "will give three performances here before going Into winter quarters here. Mr. Ranft left Xlles in May and purchased the Bentley circus. Edward Norton of Benton Harbor and Miss Bertha Tyler of Nlles were married Thursday evenli" by Justice Tormey. The Epworth league gave a recep tion Fridav evening in honor of the teachers of the public schools. Edward Zweregel and C. Williams j are in Kalamazoo attending a meeting or the managers or souinern .mcnigan telephone exchange?. Mis Lucy Kehce is ill with inter mittent fever. Mrs. Fred Marschall entertained i the B. B. club Friday afternoon. Rev. Chas. Glass of Grand Rapid-5 will begin a series of revival meetings at the Evangelical church next Sun day. The state Industrial rrident board ha decided that the city of Niles compromised on t!v hou.e I an.cora wool and mhrjir. g 0X R :;'mI ilfc?Xi For a Quick Job we can put enough skilled men to work to finish it Is any given time. The workmanship ana materials are always the same the best tc be had anywhere. No matter whether your job b-s large or small, or what kind of a plumbing Job It may be, we can handle It to your perfect sat isfaction. Get our estimates. Hear what your neighbors say cf our work. Thos. Williams ferecs the house receded from it.- de mand for free ferro mmcar.cz.' the senate rates on which had heen free listed. Work? of art wore put on the li.t. as were furs. dr s d .i iv. dressed. and leather with th- c(j--tlon f a 10 percent duty on er.air.el., upholstery leather. Experts Friday nilit informed S.m. Sirrunoris that ns at present drawn ad agreed to the hill will produce an in come that should ive t'.:e i;,r,..n; ment a surplus oi $ lt'."tM',oeu in a normal year. froe i-7 V ? L. H. O RVI5 FUNERAL DIRECTOR Lady Assistant 121 North Michigan St. Home 5297. Hell 297 H Rubber Novelties of All Kinds at THE RUBBER STORE, 20S S. Michigan St. Suck's- Celebrated theaters HO sIjoh aidl tyli-4 on. dl Ttay. k our iicUhrHU uluxt tlilni. of her Buck -to?o. RIIICHESTER S-Plf AX A. tTy '-. s-J wi-Jj h:u Ribbon. 1;-! krv3 Take bo ier. Ilnr f r Yl - fj lrnrc'- Akfr lfl. Rl.TECfl w- 7 DIAMOND BRAND riLLR.fc.fti, y 'ariVnowr.asJfst.S'st.AlwyRcyii;J m by DrxsQisis mmm i IS No Cure No Pay f. ;- 4 Ve. X vt ! f ft if mm 1 v y 4 : r f 4 "N. ft--'-- . V t : - - v- x-:-.,'- s:- ft '-.fi - 'xr, t vji Si- ! A- " - V- ' ' .v '.t 3 li ! " ; 5 r ' r r X J ' - '. VV 'ac j- f 0 3 V 'MY SPECSAL OFFERlj, 1 . Many Cases: Cured; in One-Treatment ,.M I am maklnff a apodal ffer to afaictetJ-ra. On thsX -mbUI , m ui-pr ta. ;you when you lnvcstigrato. This ofr will enable every armct3 man to regain his health, .no matter irhat ' his circums'oicea - zruiy b. ZSy : t cc u , are within reach of every maiu ; j , jj Do yon feel that you ajiKJt therttn'ycri nrrca wcrr? n2 tpotIM Ulay. J to be brought back to your old eelf jm3 ljavlgcrfLtcd and .developed - to I 4K - what meoa a realman? Don!t;2ct-,raouey matters or-f aire :pii(2o keei ;j you away, Thoueands of men oto .-wrecked yewljr tirrouyT nckrct r jioranco &nd fooling' with' Incompetent exKclalli?ts. a L O. F. FLEENER, M. D., Expert Doctor for Men Only. nut a jL'unai If worry or nara wctc ncs vrora you out; lr your ncrvr srrr , tm , ' strung or sapped, ccmo to me. Do you lack Encr and ArablUon for fi BuElnes Pursuits? Have you locc- th IIr.lth and HtrcTX?rCi you -fzrc had? Are you as tired in" tho morning as at nf?ht7 Are you ttrcnl after,' ye slight exxcl&e? Do you feel Ncrvaos and Irritated? Ia ywrr Mpmory 7 . Poor? Does your "Back Pain, or Ache? Why-shcttld yoa suTTor long&y.l J when you can bs 'cured quickly to ctay curod and -whflo my spocLal Jsr f prlce last? No Pain, Less of Time, Failures and Guesaorkv -A I Be Paid f ! Unless Cored!! MUX You have only ono life to live. Why not live -it In fuTl -enjoy men t of vitality? To pain, a cim U moro Important thnn nil other cntlJirj conelderalionB. It means freedom from anxiety and suffering. It means happy contentment for .you, and for those 'dependent upon you. It means new vitality ar.d restoration at perfect health. It means a stronger hold upon life and broader fle!i of opporianity. Many xn Uente express rogrets that every person who is afflicted do not know and understand -what I can do for them many report thoir. crrn experi ences over and over, telling "why they were la doubt before they came to me, and how sorry they "ere that they did not sooner lcam cf 17 treatment, which vas absolutely reliable. I am the only specialist !n S outh Bc-nd who makes 110 charge unless tin patient in entirely saXlred with tfce rvMSUlt acoajnplUhod and who fflv & written guarantee of not a cent to be ,jaid for eervlco -If & coniplcto and permpezit jcure, la.-siot. effected, v I EXAMINATION FREE ! 914 Blood Poison, Skin Disease 603 I, 6 0 $10 "-l . Aro.you afflicted, xnortlfled, demoralized, discouraged, tortorM and In-danger from this awful life consuming poisons In your blood? You are if you have theso symptoms. rtah. Sores, Ulcors, Sore Mouth or Throat, Swollen Glands, Mu cous Patches, Hair or Eyebrows falling out. Skin Blotches, Copptr-Col-ored 8rots. Rheumatic Pains, Ach Ingr in Bones or Joints, Eczema, itch ing. Burning, Nervousness. 914 Cures After Hot Springs Fail 606 My treatment cures the- above eymptoms in 1 to S days, so ycu nor eny one would ver know you ever had th trouble. VQriCOCCle 11 a kllot ehy, twisted, wormy-Ilk or rup tured condition of tho veins moro often on left side, hanging" aver. The cause la usually horseback and bicycle riding , and foUy. Symptoms- Aching of , Pain In GroVa or Back, fslt whl standing. Nervousness, Twitching. Jerking, "SVeaknesa, Loes of Vitality, Sweaty! Cold Peeling, Languid, Weak, Wornout all oTfer. lack of power and Am bition, Headache. Restless at Night and Debility. I car Varicocele without a svoro surgical operation or suffering or keeping yau away from business. Private Diseases Ilchln Burnlnx Discharge, Swelling, Painful Rheumatlsrn. Strong injections and drug store-remedies seldom curer the aboye Eymptoms. and they nearly always cauM obstruction in the canal and rertous kidney or bladder rroubis. Don't -Uil wlUi them becauee they are cheep. HUPTX7HE CtniED kTh majority cf cases cured In a few treat ments without cutting, pain or -risk. Thirty per cent of surgical opera tion lire failures. My recorda show a perfect cure In over 95 ner cent of the c&res treated. W know you will think it Impossible to cure rup ture is x,i do. Let me prove- ;lt by what I have-done. It will be tho fcappleat tlmo at yout lif wt:n you return home cund. Nervousness, Weakness, Wastecl Vilallt Failing Powcrr Debilitf 4 M ii li !i 4 ii -1! 'i.e rrcit army cf men who aro d'.floonrned, cnihnrrnr!rcS7;rri5- ) ent, weak, unsuccessful and unable to enjoy all the gtxxi thltt cf llfo' H from dissipation, excises, folly disease. orerTcrk. worry or bftd 2:<h may have- any of the following symptoms: ' U Nervousness. Wrakncs.1. Lots. of Vitality. Had Drmma Dmh th , i j System, Poor Memory, Loss of Dners' and Ambition, Tlrr'd. Worn Oat . 4 r eeling", Lmcarrassa, nmia, nfauaciv, x.Miiti. auuso, ixjzzczyu i Melancholy. Dicou raped. Week Vitality, Kaslly HxcMed. Wek Trin-, blew, Reatle53 of Night, Pimples. Varicocele, Heart Flutters and othftr- f sympNtoms that dcetroy manhood. A Rabfe, rapid and permanent cTirtv for WcaknfM Is fcrmd. TkVm from thetreatrnenttl give thetn All symptoms are oon gonft. ftrrr4rtl vim. vior, vitality, and robust feeling arc quickly r-stoTr.2. 'V.. Jont niln nicn with strong damlna, nux vomica. phosphor-JH tad fctic'chnine prcparatlors "which are tfiven aa "weak men medicines." Striccure, KiJney, Bladder and Prostatic Diseases Thousands cf men FiifTer, and are mined from a thrj" "a first dQn't think amounts to much, and thes symptoms socn bin: Frequent Desire. Obstruction. T'i:: cr.t. Painful Pa.v. rfl-oharr. Straining. F.iin in Bcl:. Hladdrr and Xi'lnyp. nr.Inrd c;!n.nd. :Ccr--ousneaa, Itching. Burning, dwelling. Uric Acid. Brick Dust, Sedhacrnt or Strong SmolW I can stop thoF symptom? r5.Tht n'.vav because the cnuse of trn is dor.- -iv HTDllOCZLE cureJ in or.e trfatm-ni. PILES. FISTULA I can cur., will be surprised. I giv yon j-j 'for without a surgical operation. 1 i ar.d lhy wen't ccme- hack. with Ly c cur? tf in g: efT?ctvi. i i! y u u M the r S'it ickly r.-.d fwliy that you kLid cure yvu w.ro It-okir.g CaJl for Free Consultation an3 A3vice or Write Me a Full Description cf Your Case. 4 your lef?cr will have my personal attention. My complete Laboratory Examinations ar ITilli: -. -v h , OfSce Hours 9 to 12 a. m., 1 to 6 p. in., 7 to 8 p. m. S'ndays 9 to 12 a. m. r-. i.y rr.I!. n nssrsESN tU M ;M M r Entire Second Flcor over Peck's Shoe Store, South Bend, IncL 4 Ma. Entrance 109V2 West Washington Ave. 1 ! l tt I! I i'i K 1 1. 1-