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ECZEMA 01 FACE LOGANSPORT RAISES FUND FOR CORRIDON, NOW CUB LOCIANS-POKT. Sept. 22.- Losans- port is assuredly planning consider able of a celebration for the home coming of Johnny Corriden. the boy who i playing with the Chicago Cugs. Johnny comes to town with the rest of his team-mates to play an exhibi tion uam- he re Sept. 2'J. A subscrip tion fund which wil probably reach $ll!M) is bcin' raised among employes of the Vandalia shops and other ad mirers of the boy, to be presented to him ji:sl before the game. OUTBURSTS OF EVERETT TRUE, IJY COX DO. GHED SO SHE C 0 HOT SLEEP Snfrrrins: Almost Intolerable and Hit t (i Out Without a Veil I'ir-t IVc of Itcsinol JJrounlit Ilclicf. rnE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES. ':: -jl- . ..- . . r. .. : . . ....-.L3r . r - . . ! ( MMmmBm I Ifkfe Emf Mmt U-'i noticed -N iljllllpi y Trie COURSE OF OURPpZTZi f CONVERSATION THAT . X YOU MISPRONOUNCE.!) THE ybggpj YWORo "either? nou? J;.Jt pTHS Correct - -Egg CHICAGO. TIL. Jur,' 2). 1011. "I Jiad a fv-rc case of ccz-ma on my face. It looked lik little r-d pimples and cot y.n Lad that I did not & out "without wearing a veil. I could eearctdy Mt at nilit. the itchint; and burning were almost intolerable. 1 had beon .suffering from this for several f f ks and had tri-d several salve?, hut with practically no results. I did not know what I should try ne.Tt. After or." application of re jnol Soap and Krsinoi Ointment I was aide to havi a, k'ood nU'htV sWp. I used It sinol Soap and Resinol oint ment for only ahout two months and 1 was completely cured. "My brother was troubled with pimplea on his fac and Resinol cured him nb-o." (Signed) Miss O. Kwald, 2 3 IS Castello Ave. Resinol Ointment and Resinol Sonp lit op itching instantly and .speedily heal kfn humors. dandruff, ,ores. burns and piles. Sold hy ever drug gist. For free triel write to Dept. 1&-U, Resinol. Baltimore. Md. Advertisement. COACH OPTIMISTIC FOR GOOD YEAR AT PURDUE IA FAYETTE. Ind.. Spt. 22. Great enthusiasm an optimism marked the opening of the football season at Purdue. Coach Nichol .in a talk to the. squad, expressed his eonfidnce in the team by saying: "Never have I known Purdue to have such bright prospects in football, considering the coaches, ment and equipment." There will be three- teams, the var m i t v. econd and scrub. After sisn int,' iip, the men received their new equipment and went out for a light practice. "Work in earnest will not besin until Monday. rouMEit v. s. soLin:n. ROSCOMMON. Ireland, Spt. 22. "Lord de Freyne, former soldier in the. T. S. army and later an Irish peer, is dead after a long illne?, ak'ed 5S. C3 Sobs Tears disaiooear mm Tf at sight of rv e The bright little faces that avait yon at home will be brighter and happier, healthier you take them this teeth digestion - aiding confection It pleases them and benefits them besides. And this useful confection purifies breath, sharpens ufogap appetite, soothes vzzxhif nerves. Look for i-? KBOTIT BY 84 THE BOX THINK GEORGE V. WOULD VETO HOME RULE BILL LIVE It POOL. ling.. Sept. 22. The Courier states .Monday on the author ity of an eminent statesman, that the government will call a general elec tion before Kin:; George signs the Home Rule bill. Candidates for parliament will seek election on platforms opposing or de fending home rule. If a majority of anti-home rulers are elected. Kins Gcorce will probably veto the bill on the ground that it would cause civil war in Kim'land. TWO JUDGES UNDER FIRE CONGRESS INVESTIGATES WASHINGTON', Sept. 22. Proceed ings looking to the impeachment of two federal judges now are before the house committee on judiciary. The committee will desvitch a Jub-com-mittee to Georgia to ;.ake testimony in the case of Judge Emory .Speer, who is under fire. Members of the committee say the charges are not backed stronslv. VETICKAX ADMIRAL ILL. ST. ALHANS. Knp.f Sept. 22. Vice Admiral .Sir Thomas Fellowes, K. C. B., retired, ii dead from heart di eri:e. at;ed S3. He served In the Crimean and .Abyssinian wars. FOURTH XAVY VICTIM. SAVANNAH, Ga.. Sept. 2 2. Thom as A. Gabbitt. of Brooklyn. N. Y., died at the Post hospital at Fort Seriven Sunday, the fourth victim of the to pedo boat Craven boiler explosion sev eral weeks ago. The house committee on expendi tures in the departure of justice transmitted to the judiciary commit tee Monday charges against Judge Ru fus F. Thayer, of the U. S. court at Shanghai, made by James F. Curtis, a lawyer. FOIU BRIDES KILLED. BUDAPEST, Sept. 22. While pick ing tlowers to decorate the church for thtir weddings, four brides to be were sid JLL -Li. Wrigley's and alter v a every overtaken by a ?torm and killed by lightning-. 13rettier, if -brighteiiin nT &9 meai I PREDICT REELECTIBN OF CHESTER AT ELKHART Witli Republicans at Sea Tor Candb date Present Mayor is Con ceded Good Cliancc. f:LKIIART. .Sept. 22. The re-elec-tion of Ellis M. Chester as mayor of Elkhart is freely predicted now by political prognosticators who assert that with Herman Corneman's refusal to head the republican ticket, Chester has a walk-a-way. None of his op ponents are thought strong enough to defeat him for the nomination at the democratic city convention Tuesday. While Forrest E. Hushes will un doubtedly head the progressives' tick et, the republicans arc scouring the city in search of a "strong" candidate. There is a possibility that James A. IJell will be a nominee for the mayor alty on an independent democratic ticket. W. II. Winship, avowed anti- organization candidate, is popular but the "powers that be" had already slated Chester before Winship entered the race. lIHill SCIIOOIj' HOOKS. New state hiph schol books. Miller's Rook Store. v Advt. HAD APPLIED FOR AUTO LICENSE, IS ACQUITTED Daniel Heed, $22 Milton st., was found not guilty of breaking- the stae license- law in police court Monday morning. According to evidence brought into the court he made appli cation with the city clerk for a li cense, but had not yet received it. He was arrested a week ago follow ing a motorcycle accident, when the car he was driving struck a motor cycle driven by ('has. Zelf-'ert on S. Michigan st. In the clash Zeigert was thrown from his motorcycle sustain ing severe cuts and bruises. nOMiAR AND COSTS. JamcK O'Donnell was fined one dol lar and costs when he was brought into police court Monday morning on a charge of being intoxicated. KODK TOO FAST. Cha3. DeVleeschower. son of Camile DeVleeschower. 1G10 W. Division st., enptain of No. 4 fire station, rode too fast on his motorcycle Saturday night and drew a dollar and costs fine Mon day. HEXKW OliD VOWS. SYRACUSE. N". Y.. Spt. 22. Isaac Worden. 81. and Mrs. Oscar S.I. sweet hearts "5 years peto. wer married at Lake George. The couple parted 4 0 years ago and since then Mrs. Wright lias married twice. BAR IRISH POTATO FROM ENTERING THE COUNTRY WASHINGTON. Sept. 22. The Fed eral Horticultural board has decided definitely to continue the quarantine against the Irish potato in an efTort to stamp out the potato wart. No potatoes may be imported from the British Isles, Germany, Austria Hungary or Newfoundland. This rul ing is made in spite of a protest from Great Britain. FOOTBALL ON AT ELKHART ELKHART. .Sept. 2 2. In the first football game of the season here Sun day, the Tigers defeated the Maroons fov the score of 12 to 0, before a crowd of 500 rooters. The Maroons are scheduled to play the Uhlmann Regu lars at Mishawaka next Sunday. SKIRTS "TO OllDKH" FOR A DOLLAR, Made to vour exact measure guar andtetd to tit Is a big special offer of the Robertson Dress Goods Depart ment for one week only. , Any fabric chosen from the hundreds of new ma terials now on display will be made up Into any of six right smart fall models for a dollar at Robertson's. Advt. oi'Ex i:yi:m(;s. Imontree's Optical S'torv will be open evenings hereafter until S ochz-jk. Advt. high sciiooij hooks. New htate hinh schol Lo-ks. liller's Book Store. Advu Fashion's decrees are frequently of an uncompromising' na ture, and yet we all bow to her mandates with humility. The late reaction to plain styles in hair dressing is decidedly gratifying to almost everyone. The prevailing idea seems to be simplicity, coolness and comfort. The uncomfortable masses of germ harboring false hair and rats are, when possible, being cast aside, and the woman or miss, t who cares to be strictly up-to-date, is relying upon her own natural ' hair for adornment. This means that more painstaking care must be exerted in saving one's own hair and in enhancing its beauty. The Modish World Adopts ft ray v. WPS U Long, thick, luxuriant hair is merely a question of care, and cultivation. If your scalp itches, and the hair is dull, "brittle, uneven and coming out with every combing, it is because its life is being destroyed by the presence of dandruff. Such a condition demands the regular and intelligent use of Newbro's Herpicide. The best informed and most fastidious people everywhere are aware of this and rely upon the world's best-known scalp prophylactic to TRY A SAMPLE BOTTLE READ OUR BOOKLET VV 6o X V i ' . v. o xX -7 lV'' XX v . ?' 'K j j X X i fs jt -A. X . 1 1 r. r ' . r c y. "V r . x x. x x W y . . . ' v x N (Plw1". m' Jl "Pm f'f.'m .f m . , i )! i y ' wn n hm,. X..M-. m; '"'i-JV l-.t.r-t Vhr- 1 1 i iti iririnM. a.mm.f.Ai m.m:mm wt'.V.'iiTir , - f7'.!,. ' im - ..niU;. MARIE PEARY NOT TO WED THE ARCTIC EXPLORER PORTLAND, Me.. Sept. 2 2. From his summer residence on Eagle Isl- ! and, Rear Admiral Robert K. Peary, i denied Sunday the reported engage- j ment of his daughter. Miss Marie i Peary, to Donald MacMillen, the Arc tic explorer, who is now on his way to the far north. A telegram from Rear Admiral Peary in reply to inquiry says: '"The report that my daughter is engaged to MaoMillan is entirely er roLeous." Marie Peary was born in the far north on one of her father's early ex peditions. I ULITLLKD VOW. ROGANHPORT. Fulillling a vow made six years ago. Tony Antolin. a Sicilian, shot and fatally wounded An tonio Carrabone, a quarryman here, Sunday. Antolin cam' here from Seattle to commit the deed. TTXI IlOA COXSntlCTCll. MICHIGAN CITY, Ind. A South American boa constrictor, six feet lonr. which has been at large for two years pin?e escaping from a woman per former here, was captured in Wash ington park and placed in the lire men's zoo. It is supposed the reptile made its home in the park. 10 GENT "CASCARETS" STRAIGHTEN M UP When Headachy, Bilious, Con stipated. .Stomach Sour, Breath Bad. Get a 10-cent box now. Turn the rescals out the headache, biliousness, indigestion, the sick, sour stomach and foul pa.?es turn them out tonight and keep them out with Ca.;carets. Millions of men and women take a Cascaret now and then and never know the misery caused by a lazy liver, clo?sed bowels or an upset stomach. Don't put In another day of dis tress. Let Cascaret.s cleans your stomach; remove the sour, fermenting food; take the excels bile from your liver and carry out all the constipated wa.ste matter and poison in the bow els. Then you will ft-el great. A Cascaret tonight straightens you out by morning. Tht-y work whi'e you sleep. A 10-cent box from ah drus store means a clear head, sweet stomach and clean, heal'.hy liver and bowel action for months. Children loe Cascarets because thev never tripe or sicken. 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