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THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES.
NATrnn.w. sr:rrr:Mr.i:n :r. mis D EH WILL-BE LD MEAT WEEK Philadelphia Confectionery M is One of the Most Complete in the State Eustis Poledor Here Twelve Years. Twelve y-ars ago llisstis Potior walked the ptreetn of Philadelphia helling tlowers and tansies. Today he is j-enior neml-r of tn- firm that operates Til" Philadelphia, one of South Pond's leading confectionery stores. N xt v -ek Tho Philadelphia will celebrate the ((lining of .Mr. ph dor to .outh Iiernl with a prand opening to its patrons of its new es tablishment on North Michigan st. The entir- three floors of the new home of The Hons- of Purity will he opened to inspection hy the public-. With the yenior. Mr. Poledor, are his two brothers, Pcrulel and Andrew, all from Greece. Ihistis came to America in l-VjO. Hr; ran away from home "ith all hi savings tied up in u smali Inside pocket. Previous to coming to America he had worked in the wholesale dry goods and grocery business. lie cum' to America by way of Paris and Marseilles. He told nothing of his departure for the new world until he reached Marseilles. Frnm there he wrote his mother that he was going to America to make, his fortune. He made his way to Philadelphia, which to this day he rails his "home." Ih L,'ot his start there and feels he owes much of his success to that city, he says. Because of his liking for the old town he named his present place of busi ness after the Quaker city. And all .he Greek waiters, by the way, are pulling for the Athletics to win the world's series. They are all great baseball fans and are the first to ap pear at the score boards to watch the results of the games that the Ath letics participate in. The new home of The Philadelphia is a three-story structure of snow white tile, accentuating its name of The House of Purity. In the base ment are made all the ice creams. On the first floor is a spacious dining room, paneled on all sides with beau tiful mirrors and finished in dark cedars. The floors are laid in small tile of quaint designs. The second floor contains the candy making establishment. where hun dreds of kinds of candy are manufac tured eiich day. In the rear are the kitchens, sanitary and modern. on the top floor are the stole rooms. OLDEST CITY MAIL CARRIER WILL QUIT William S. Veaor, 1::MI Miami St., lla-i l4Hii a .MrinlxT of tin Ix-al PostoMice Force for Lnt 2.S Yea t.. William S. Weaver, 1"'".) Miami si., for L'S years a mail carrier of this city and the oldest carrier in the service of the local postotlicc, Avill retire at he- end of the month. Mr. Weaer entered the post office servioe. :n jssr. while Sorden Lister was postmaster, and during the Clc eland administration. When Har rison was elect e d president, politics threw him out of his position. How ever, he was reinstated at the close of the administration. He has le. n one of the most etfi-den-. men in the service, performing his duties faithfuly and has to his credit one of the best records of any one on the force, according to Cad mus Crahill. postmaster. He was born in Ki hland county, Ohio, and moved to Kcndallville, Ind., with his parents when a young man. In lbGi: he joined the iuuh Indiana infantry under Ma.i. ('.en. Loan. He was wounded in the battle of Mission Kidge and left the army in 1M.4. Four years later he came to South Mend and has lived in this city since. When he be-ran his duties at the local postotlice there were only live car riers and now there are :;7. For 1 years he has been carrying a down town route ami has carried five dif ferent routes of the city during his career on the force. Mr. Weaver will live a retired life. Although he is To years old he is still active anil apparently has a number of years before him. MADE LOVE TO KEEP STENOGRAPHER LOYAL Henry W. Pohlman Fxplaiii- Ili Ac tivities When Questioned in Divorce Trial. SKATTI.K. Wash.. Sept. 27. Ilenry W. Pohlman. former business acent of the Seattle Structural Iron Workers' i;nion, who was a prominent witness in the Fes Anodes ami Indianapolis cUnamite ir. eti-:ation and who is be lrg ?ued by his wife. Anabel Pohlman. for divorce, ti!b d Friday, explain ing l.tvc Utters he wrote to a stenog rapher in Indianapolis. Pohlman swore that the stenog rapher had been employed by the national headquarters of the sterl workers and that the vnemy" repre sented by a btctie agency, was try ing to indme lur to te:ily against the union men. To Pohlman was a-v-igr.ed the tark. he said, of taking the stenographer to theaters, parti- s and dam es and even making love to her to kep her loyal to her employer-. TIIUFATN r DAMNATION NOT ALWAYS Till: TIU'TH. HAMMOND, lnd.. Sept. 17. "The minister who preaches the tidings .:" damnation oar anil over, telhr.g his congregation that they are damn d and acting as if lie was glad of it. does not preach the truth." Pishop Wm. F. .Vc- Fowell ,,f i:an-ton told tile dele gate ;tt the Northwest Indiana M-thodit conference here Friday. J:.-hop Mel) owe!! was speaking to what he termed "The preacher who think-; his congregation docs r.e-t want the truth." A committee was appointed l'ri- dav to Foate the Ue.t tollfelelice '': ! it was said that a permanent '"Hf'Tt I.e.- place faeled. This pro!-. illy uil! be Kittle '"round, a ording to the .p',;,..n of the majority of the delegati HOLDS ESCAPADES ARE INCLUDED IN MEASURE Philadelphia Juri-t Differs I'miu , Kan.a. Judge in Handling White Slate Act. PH!IAIFFPHIA. Sept. 27. Dis senting from the opinion of the Kan sas judge who recently - held that it was necessary under the Mann "white slave act" to establish that "the transportation was for commercial purposes." J ml pc Thompson in the united district court here Friday sentenced w. Mayhew Cillies, a young married man of this city, to serve a year and ef;ht months in the peni tentiary for persuading IS year old Florence Summerschuh to elope with him to Puffalo last February. (Jillies is also under indictment charged with taking Jesie Obdyke. l'j years old from this city to Puffalo. Counsel for Cillies, in arguing for a suspension of sentence, ousted the recent Kansas decision that the Mann ii'.'t was no intended to punish a man for an indhcretion. "The crime for which this man was found guilty is undoubtedly cov ered by the statute." declared Judge Thorn; son. who then pronounced sentence. MITCHELL CHOICE GF INDEPENDENTS Candidate for .Major of ex York on I lie Fusion Ticket Accept the SupiHirt of the League. NKW YORK. Sept. 27. John .Pur roy Mitchel. fusion candidate for mayor, accepted the Independence league indorsement Friday after se lecting Robert Adamson. who was secretary of the late Mayor Uaynor, as his campaign manager. Several weeks ago Mr. Mitchel de clined the league's support because two of the fusion associates. Win. A. Prendergast for controller and Geo. McAneny for president of the board of aldermen, had not been indorsed. Mr. Mitchel today wrote to James A. Allen, the league's mayoralty nom inee who withdrew in Mr. Mitchel's favor, pointing out that the fusion committee has since declared by res olution "that its candidates are free to accept other nominations, thus changing the principle which it felt bound to pursue at that time I know that your league stands for un compromising opposition to Tammany hall, its representatives and the pred atory interests that stand behind both." In accepting the managership of the fusion campaign Mr. Adams said: "Mayor (laynor stated before his death that he would not say a won! against Mr. Mitchel during the cam paign. The mayor would not have gone into personalities but would have engaged in fighting a common enemy. Tammany hall." Mr. Adamson has resigned as secre tary to Mayor Kline. It was said, however, that he would return to his duties after the election. N i "' '- f--nit ? 1 ), k-i- m . . t tiaia , o r 1 n I Don't Fail to Mend 1 ! m. k :- if p fvl Ihn Llkz3 p! pl f?f x rf "V-V ft! il i ft: ii:r lu i - -1 & ;. v-' r i V - V A v m m m hj m &3 - h n m ifk&s u m & ,- CONCEALED FACT THAT HE HAD NEGRO BLOOD CHICAGO. Sept. 27. In the probate court Friday it was stated that the state of the late Negro publisher, W. II. Fee, who lived his business life as a white man. originally estimated at $200,000. has a present value of not more than $10000 and that this sum probably will be used in payment of his debts. I. A. Clithero, Ie's friend and legal counsel, admitted that his late client had Xcgro blood inhis veins and said he concealed the fact us it would hurt the sale his books in certain sec tions of the south. The hearing Friday was in con nection with the petition of Mrs. I.u cinda Anderson, colored, to have the body exhumed. She thinks that Fee was her husband who deserted her 20 years ago. She was unable to explain to the court how she would be able t identify the body. Clithero testi fied Fee told him lie never married because the Ftheopian strain in his blood. WILL USE COURT HOUSE Displays to 1m Made in Corridor Dur ing Imposition. The corridors of the court house will be used during the exposition for the display r,f educational exhibits of farm soils and products. County com missioners granted the use of the halls at the request of County Agent John B. Pordner. The Lady K Iks. Pedro club will hold its opening party of the season Tues day afternoon. Sept. :?0, at the Flks' Temple. Ail Iadv Flks are invited. HAD A IJAD DIIFAM. XASHVILLK. Ind.. Sept. 27. (Meo Mann. 12, arose from bed during a bad dream and jumped out of the window from the second story of his home, breaking three ribs and dislo cating his left ankle. RFTFRX THIS COPY TO XRFMAX AVOOF DF.STFRS. Regular 7.",c, Iieautiful colors, 4 0c atCodoy Drug Store. Advt. CONDITION THE SAME Lmiis Oi-y. Hit by Aulo, in No Serious Kanscr. Tin- comlitioii of f.ouis ry, who was run down y an auto Thumlay nl lit is r'Mtrtil unchanged at th Kpworth hospital. Although inter nally injured, the attendnnts say there is no immediate daimer of serious result?. son. horn Friday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Kugene t'rawford of Canon City, Col., are quests of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Walsh. They ate on their wedding trip. Dan 1'aker will resume his work as soloist at the Preshyterian ehurch in South llend on Sunday. About S.I members of the Xiles eommandery, Knichts Templar, went to Itenton Harbor Friday and partici pated in a held day. About -0 Niles women also attended the eeremonies. .Mrs. W. G. Bllsh attended a meet ing of the proKram eommittee of the llerrien County Federation of Clubs at Oalien. Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Taylor have returned to Xiles after a wedding trip and are in their new home on Vernon heights. Mrs. John Hoppin and daughter of Detroit are Kuests of Mr. and Mrs. Ct-orKc S. Hoppin while enroute home from Minneapolis. The Xiles Progressive leaKtie is re furnishing the school grounds with i -'ny; round equipments. Miss islam-he Woods left Friday for Ypsilantl to enter the Normal college. She has been succeeded as a teacher in the Xiles schools by Miss Gladys Cook of South Bend. o o o o o iO o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o IBM!" You will buy some New Furniture. my H (0) a AT - IT 1 V 7 , 7 o SVRFP ITCS S SFXXA. Pest lax ative for Children and grown ups 2 5c at Coonley Drug Co. Advt. Try NEWS-TIMES WANT ADS FMP.RFFFAS. Special lot. 7.1c um brellas i10e; $1.00 umbrellas 7.1c; $1..1m umbrellas $1.00 at Coonley Drug Store. Advt. WANT. OPEN AIR SCHOOLS WASHINGTON. Sept. 27. Removal from public schools of pupils infected with tuberculosis of oommuieuble form lias been recommended by the district health department, with the approval of the board of education, open air schools for tuberculosis stu dents probably will be created. XIIiKS. Miss Mary Medinnoss. daughter of Deputy Sheriff MeGinness. was taken suddenly ill with appendicitis Thurs day evening and was at once removed to South Hend for an operation at St. Joseph's" hospital. Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Sykes of Pasa dena, Calif., who have been quests of Mrs. G. G. Huntley, left Friday for a visit in Detroit. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Prohman. resid ing north of Niles, are parents of a NOTICi: OF S.M.K )!' l'KOPI-'KTY. Not ie lirely jelven by the Iloiird of blbrary Trnsti- ef the city r f Sfoit.i r.end. Indiana, that if will on ihe llrst day of oetober. ui::. at J o'eloek p. in., at it- oftiers, at PuMie Library, receive sealed hbls for tile house lo-atMl at 1U0 t Wayne street In jieeordanee with the fol lowln terms of salt: Ni hid will be' cntertahieil unless accom panied by a certified check in the amount of p percent of the purchase price made payable to the Trea Mirer of the Library lioard. ltalauce to le j;ibl before removal of property f roni premises. I'roi.erty purchased ti be maved froii pn'iidses on or before Xovember 1. P.MIJ. A violation of this provision on the part of the bidder or a failure to comply with tie award made him shall forfeit to" the board hi- deposit as liquidated damages for his breach of contract. The board reserves the rfjrht to rejeet any or all bids. It 3" order ef Hoard of Library Trustee. septl.-.-i'U-L'T When you can save one-half at 1 CLOSHG I ! 0 $60,000 Stock of High-Grade Furniture must be sold within a short time. mm 3 I ii ii in l I i.fctliTT. Here are a few prices picked at random, which are less than you pay for imitation. Wardrobes Oak front, two French bevel mirrors, hardwood ends, golden finish. Regular price $37.50. Sale price . . $16.50 Ladies' Dressing Tables Solid mahogany, regular $12.50 value. Sale price . $6.75 Genuine quartered oak, reg. value $22.00. Sale price $9.75 i Folding Beds Genuine Quarered Oak Regular price $32.00. Regular price $22.00. Music Cabinets e Sale price Sale price Genuine .... $16.00 . . . . $11.00 Quartered Oak o o o o o o o o o o o o o o Regular price $1 2.50. Sale price .... $6.00 Solid Mahogany-Reg. price $22.00. Sale price 811.00 Also a large variety of Dresses, Chiffoniers, Beds (both brass and wood) at remarkably low prices. A deposit will secure any Bar gain. Pay bal ance later. la) 13 n 5) a n n 226 S. Michigan St., South Bend, Ind. Store open every evening to ac commodate out of town customers. i o o o o o o o o o i o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o d o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o ? o Does Your Pocket Pay Interest o o Does It Klvc you the self respect anil conlUience in the future :hat a pradually In creasing bank account dces? Money in your pocket soon roes to extravagances. Money deposited here draws 4 per cent interest. Res; in to i-ave now. One dollar will open a Savings Account hero and by adding to It regularly you will soon have a good, substantial bank urcount. ST. JOSEPH COUNTY SAVINGS BANK. THE ST. JOSEPH LOAN & TRUST CO. t o This "Minute Man" Defies 1 : ; - .a 1 ii I' -jll lilil: " " "ill il l I f Every home should be fortified against the weather changes of fall. A Gas Heating Stove is the only stove which can be de pended upon to give instant warmth; There is no waiting in cold rooms for a slow fire to start if this instant auxiliary is at hand. PRICES $2.50 to $5.00 with tubing. See the stoves demonstrated at our salesroom. Sir All w GAS COMPANY 215-217 S. Michigan St. 1 "1 $1.00 KACII WEEIv. $1.00 KACII WEKK. 3 X PATENT S EYES EXAMINED AuS Trax5 Markc Obtained In all Countries. Advlcft Free. GEO. J. OLTSCH, ReglBtered Patent Atty., 711 12 Studebaker Bld SouOi Bend, It ; 'JUid fleadcbe HIWl witJiont O-m um Buck's Celebrated Heaters SO siiew and style on dLqIay. Ask your neighbor what he tixlnk of her Buck stove. FUNERAL DIRECTOR I furniaa the complete equip ment, from the flrK cJl to th burial. Both Pbonei ll So. St, Jo SU H. LEMONTREE Man'iinettirlr f 0tirn. Co am Tboue Or.fH. Wl I'faoa 4T. ffundaj frxoa 9 to 10 JO A. M. 1 . I i 1 L. H. O RVIS FUNERAL DIRECTOR Ijidy .Wlstant 124 Nortel Miclxlsaa St. Home 5297. Bell 27 W. J. KE1DHART 114 . Jeiierson St. Painting, Wall Papering and Picture Framing ACTO AUlftULAXrR iKJtVICK. HIRAM C. KRIEGEBAUH FUttEfiAL DI3EOZQR L. IV. f,7 c G -3 Nf J UNDERTAKER R33 N. .Mlofilnn St. Home Phone f2ll; 1UM Pliw ts Rubber Novelties of All Kindj at THE RUBBER STORE, 1 206 S. Midugan St For a Quick Job - can pjt no skii'.ej ti "trk to f: ri l-1 :t !s .u:y !n tlr. Tn orkiriH:i5hlp ."r.-i rr.atrMls ar alajs ty. s-a:n th v f. t ha J ar.yw!frr. No matter whether jour joh !arKf r ninll. or '.vha hind of a i)urnM?2 ou It jriiy I j. w e.in hand'A ir to your prf-ct ?a: :farti(.r;. our t iniat e. Hear what our r.eU'hlora iy ef or work. Thos. Williams r.