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THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES.
JL THURSDAY, OCTOBKK 2. 1013 Late News from the Surrounding Tovns DUNKIRK. Mr?. Parkley of Sotuh ' Dend Is ."pending the ncck-f niJ at the homo f Mr. and Mrs. Adam K. Watklns. Mrs. John Ream has returned to her homo at Lima. O.. after a week' visit VN.ith her .sister. Mrs. J. II. Iach. Harry O. (. Cripe h.us return--! from a busings trip at Peru, Ind., and has adopted a position, with M. Bottles. John Whetstone of S;uth moved his family to the J. Kend has II. Lea eh farm. Dr. Roy Woif of South Cend was In this vicinity vaccinating a num ber of hogs which have the cholera. MIhs Corn p ton spent Saturday and Sunday with her parents at South Bend. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Stover South Uend were Sunday guests Chas Glinett and family Sunday. Mr. and Mr. Perry Hartman Nutwood were Sundav guests of J, of of of II. I.ach and family. Albert Cook of Paimers Prairie spent Sunday with Wm. II. Meyers and family. Jacob Schultz. an old time settlor, died at his residence Friday morning after a lingering Illness of two years. .Mr. Schultz was 8 2 years old at the time of his death. He is sruvlved by a wife ,12 sons and one daughter, of whom all are living. Burial at Woodland cemetery. FLUCKKYTOWX. Mr. William Strickler called on Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Marks on Tues day. During the electrical storm on Tues day afternoon the Deppen school house was --truck by lightning, the current coming Iown the bell wire and tearing the door to pieces. Luck ily tho teacher, Miss Kate nickel, and fcdvolars were all in another part of the room and no one was injured. J. X. Fluckey and son, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Scheldegger and familv call ed on (Jeo. Morrow on Sunday even- ! ing. Daniel Marsk Is slowly improving! after a lone sick spell of a complica-; tion of diseases. . Many of the farmers .are attending the exposition In the city. CARSON. There will be a biz box tho Shively school house I night. Oct. 29. social at Saturday Miss Kate Bickel. teacher of the Deppen school, and her scholars were jvery much frightened Tuesday after noon when a cold stroke of lightning struck the school bell, running down the wire, splintering things on its way. Levi Sehlarb is able to walk about on crutches after having been con fined to hln bed for seven weeks with a broken hip. Mrs. Michael .Slough of South Rend ipent Sunday with her daughter, Mr?. Frank Lang. Charles Oood and Miss Mary Has kin and Lester Schrader and Miss Jona Schafer attended church at the Ager Sunday evening. Edgar Schafer v.-aa in South Bend on business Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Yem Peterman and daughters. Pearl and Harriett, and Mr. and Mrs. E. Schrader, all of South Rend, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pecher, sr. H. Richards motored to Wakarusa Saturday. Henry Bauers of River Park was a business visitor in this clime Tuesday. Apples are falling fast since the frost. STOYEKVILLE. Work has begun on the Smokey Hollow bridge at this place. Mr. and Mrs. Eyra Wahl and daughter. Hallie, spent Sundav with Mr. and Mrs. Philip Wahl at Wood land, Ind. The paving of Denslow boulevard is nearing completion. Miss Marie Schafer of Palmers Prairie spent Sunday with her grand mother, Mrs. Eniberson Palmer. Earl Rritton of South Bend was here on business Saturday. Albert Stover made a business trip to South Rend Saturday. Mrs. C. V . Palmer ha? returned home from a brief visit with her Qlute a storm here daughter, Mr?. W. L. Schafer, atlning having struck in Weigelsbnrg, Ind. Mrs. Petrr Schafer ppnt Thursday with her daughter, Mrs William Kelley at Mlshawaka. William Weigel has installed a Goshen hydraulic cider press at place and has averaged ir..Ko bns per day. Hey, Bill, I guess is some cider. new this Mayor Moyer has closed Weigol-duirg jvirk after a very ces?ful soa-soa. but promises to the suc oprn it next year with a more complete line of amusements. Harry Cripe left Tuesday for F.us kfrk fo.- the benerit of hi health. Miss Julia Heron spent Sunday with her parents at Lakeville. GFirsT of i. r. BLOOMING TON. Ind.. Oct. James Whitcomb Riley, the poet, be the guest of Indiana universit' will on his next Wedne birth da;-. day. tho day aftt r 11' c 1TAHRH Breathe Hyomei It Medicates the Air You Breathe and In stantly Relieves. Why continue to : tarrh. tppd u; b ami dher troubles organs wh-n thr' from a a-: of is . husky vole th breathing an abs-dut lv certain. M-i'nti:;" rfm-.ly at hand. Hyomei is the reiv.i-.jy. It Is a pleasant. harmless' and antiseptic medication which ya breathe- through a sm times all Inhaler. Preathlug few d ailv through inhaler charge the air Ith this frerm-killi:v.j antiseptic. Catarrhal dis-hares. sniffles, foul breath, watery yts and the formation of erti.v.s in the nope are promptly relieved by this medi cated air. It Is guaranteed by YVYttick's Orig inal Kut Hat" Medicine Store to do it, or mon-y back. 1 A compb te Ho:n"t out:';t. consist ing rf a irons., hard rubber pocket Inhaler, and u bottle of !ly.ni-l costs only Jl.'"'. and -xtra bottb If after- v.ards nof-tlcd, are only DruvkiMs everywhere ls- HyoRit i for brer, and cold In the h ad. ,C 11 CelitS I lyome ach. chit :s. husk v . ecu.; croup o tory d!s Advt. f Infants, and any intlamma ease of the breathing organs. Our prices are low uur candies ex cellent. The rhiU. Advt. UNION. Delhert Fields is on the pick list. Mrs. I J. Cleveland went to Chica go Friday to spend a week with her parents. Miss Florence Hurnette was in South Bend Saturday and Sunday vis iting her parents. Dr. Denlke is able to be out again. Quite a number from here attend ed the homecoming celebration In Klkhart Thursday. A quiet home wedding occurred at the home of II. II. Ruhl Thursday evening when their daughter, Beu luh and Charles Sehmldtendorf were united in marriage. The uncle of the bride. Rev. p. H. Ruhl. of Fort Wayne, Ind., perform ed the ceremony. ROLLING PRAIRIi:. A number from here attended the county Sunday school convention held in Laporte last Tuesday and Wednes day. No one who was there could fail to receive benefit from the ex cellent program. Roy Bowell came home from Chi cago Wednesday for a visit of a few davs before entering medical college for the year. Mrs. D. K. Noland and daughter, and Mrs. Orlando Jones and little daughter, Nedra, attended the ses sions of tho M. E. conference at Hammond, Ind., Saturday. Mrs. No land remained over Sunday, returning with Rev. Noland on Monday after noon. Rev. Noland Is returned to the charge here for his fourth year. This news was gladly received on Monday. The box social given Friday even ing by the Juniors wa3 quite well at tended and a success financially. . NEW CARLISLE. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Pratt spent Sunday in South Rend, the guests of their daughter, Mrs. Fred Morse. Mr. James Redington of California, is here visiting friends. Mr. and Mrs. Ellwood of Elkhart, were Sunday guests of their son, Hen ry Ellsworth, of the Record. Miss Rebecca Connor, assisted by Miss Corinno McKillips. entertained the Rcta Gamma Sigma Monday even ing at the former's home. An elab orate 6 o'clock dinner was served, tho decorations being in autumn colors. Music was a feature of the evening's entertainment. COTTAGE HILL. Lawrence House perpetrated a sur prise on his wife and cousin. Miss Dot Jay of Kankakee, 111., who was visiting them, last Wednesday even ing. A large number of friends re sponded to the invitation and the evening was delightfully spent in games and other social diversions. Mr. and Mrs. George Myler enter tained Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence House and their guests, David Jay and daughter. Miss Dot, of Kankakee, 111., at dinner Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. James Deditch of Rrandywlne. were guests Saturday and Sunday of their daughter, Mrs. James Gamble. Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Vogt of South Bend, were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. James Wykoff. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Holland enter tained at dinner Sunday. Those pres ent were Mr. azd Mrs. William Home and children, Mr. and Mrs. Sim Evans and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Kellog of South Bend and Mr. and Mrs. F. Varier of North Liberty. Mrs. Alice Wykoff and Mrs. Ed PofYley of New Carlisle, visited Mrs. S. P. Redding recently. Mr. and Mrs. Doremus of Warwick spent Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Holland. Mrs. Arthur Perry and Mrs. Marvin Frame were in South Bend Monday. Miss Gladys Robertson spent Sat urday and Sunday at her home at Crumstown. Mr. and Mrs. William Redding were, week-end guests of relatives In Elkhart. KINGSBURY. Mr. Henson went tG South Bend to visit Wednesday. Mrs. John Knelsley and Mrs. Dan Hensel went to Walkerton Wednes day to visit the former's sister, Mrs. ! Jane Eagle. Tuesday, light several places. Owing crow d to the stormy night quite attended prayer meeting at ! a the Methodist church. Ladies' Aid met Wednesday to sew for Mrs. John Soliday. Prayer meeting at Baptist church Thursday night. Everyone come. Frank White, after spending his two weeks vacation is back carrying mail. GRANGER. of Judire James F. Gallagher, of the Mrs. J. C. Bav returned Tuesday from a few days' visit with Mr. and Mrs. Otto Bay in Three Oaks. Mich. Mrs. E. F. Rhodes moved to South Rend Tuesday and Wednesday. E. M. Remlev has purchased a new Krlt automobile. Mildred LowTy was home from South Rend, where she is attending high school, over Sunday. Mrs. Abe Stephenson and daughter Ethel attended the funeral of Mrs. Higby near Edwardsburg, Friday. Mrs. Mary Keegan attended the fun eral of her brother-in-law, Mr. Yan Alystinc, near Elkhart. Sunday. ui:s. Gov. Ferris was in Niles today cn route to St. Joseph, where he will be a candidate at the initiation of a I larvae clas into the lodse, the Tribe of Hen Hur. The advertised sale of the farm and implements at the farm of Mrs. James Truitt in Milton township was not held todav. on account of an injunction e enred bv Mrs. Truitt's nephew, Mil ton Truitt. who resides on the farm. ir. -i iir-io to Viove :in interest In the I V lllk - - ' ------ - farm and that the sale would ho Fer i nsly detrimental to his Interests. The injunction was Issued by Judcre Pes YoUnes of Cass county. Mr. Truitt is represented by Carr and Kby of Cassopolis and Mrs. Truitt is rep resented bv Coolldse and White, of Niles. Mrs. Truitt is the widow of the late James Truitt. Announcements of the wedding of Miss Aliev Jones to Edwin Smith, which occurred at Houlder. Cob, on Sept. 2 5 have been received. The bride is a daughter of Mrs. J. M. Jones of Niles. She taught in the Nllf-s public schools for several years and then taught at .outh Hend. Mr. and Mrs. Byron Chapman and daughter, and Jacob Jennings left today for I.,os Anceles. Cab. to reside. Mrs. K. C. Atkinson will entertain the Christmas club Tuesday after noon. Mrs. George Hildebidle enter tained the Select Pedro club of South Iiend thij afternoon. Prizes were awarded to the successful players. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wedel of Lake st. are parents of a daughter. Mrs. Joseph II. Ames returned to Detroit today after a visit with Pr. and Mrs. J. D. Greenamcyer. Dr. A CHILD'S LAXATIVE IS "SYRUP OF FIBS" Made From FruitCan't Harm Tender Stomach, Liver and Bowels. If your little one's tongue is coated, it is a sure sign the stomach, liver and bowels need a gentle, thorough cleans ing at once. When your child is cross, peevish, listless, pale, doesn't sleep, eat or act naturally; if breath is bad, ftomach sour, system full of cold throat sore, or if peevish, give a tea spoonful of California Syrup of Figs and in a few hours all the clogged up constipated waste, sour bile and undigested food will gently move out of the bowels, and you will have a well, playful child again. Sick children needn't be coaxed to take, this harmless "fruit laxative". Millions of mothers keep it handy because they know Us action on the stomach, liver and bowels is prompt and sure. They also know a little given today saves a sick child .tomor row. Ask your druggist for a 50-cent bottle of "California Syrup of Figs", which contains directions for babies, children of all ages and for grown ups plainly on the bottle. Beware of counterfeits sold here. Get the gen uine, made by "California Fig Syrup Company." Don't be fooled! Advt. Ames was the former business part ner of Dr. Greenamyer. Mr. and Mrs. David Southworth visiting in Chicago. are BERRIEN SPRINGS. The hotel owned by Y. A. Rice on the east side of Lake Chapin, near this village, burned to the ground Tues day night about midnight. The . own er sustained a total loss of the con tents as nothing was saved. The loss Is partly covered by Insurance. Mr. and Mrs. Loren Marquissee, of St. Joseph, have been visiting the for mer's mother, Mrs. Martha Marquis see. Dr. Charles Fargo of Fredonia, New Nork, who has been the guest of Dr. W. F. Brown the past week, left left Tuesday for Ann Arbor, where he has the position as dental demon strator in the state university. Charles Plank has returned from a week's visit with his parents in South Bend. Rev. H. A. Carr, the new pastor of the M. E. church and his family are here, and hope to be settled in the parsonage by the last of this week. Gus Pammell, of Niles, was a bus iness visitor here Tuesday. Mrs. Richard Dougan has gone to St. Louis, Mo., to join her husband, who has employment in that city with a lithograph company. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Gillespie are en tertaining their little grandson, James Hagerty, of South'Bend. James Fowler and family, who have been living on their farm near Fair land, have returned to Chicago for the winter months. Atty. Charles H. Kavanaugh .re turned Monday from Grand Rapids, where he spoke in the interest of the Anti-Saloon league. Sunday evening he spoke at the M. E. church at Bur ton Heights, of which Rev. H. L. Potter, formerly of this cillage, is now pastor. Mrs. Paul Tudor visited friends In South Rend Tuesday. The W. C. T. U. met Thursday af ternoon with Mrs. F. J. Hadlock. Mrs. George P. Sattler and daugh ter, Mrs. Charles Storick, and Mrs. Olus Skinner were South Bend visit ors Tuesday. T. W. Reynolds was a business vis itor in St. Joseph Tuesday. Miss May Patton and Mrs. C. H. Kavanaugh have been visiting at the home of the former's aunt, Mrs. Fred Monnich, In Benton Harbor. Mrs. Charles Schadel was a Ben? to nHarbor visitor Tuesday. Mrs. J. Ocker and her daughter, U V W e Bake Over 12 JDOO Loaves of Bread hve Visitors to the city and our exhibit in the windows Electric Co. and see them. Practical Demonstration of Bread one of our bakers daily this week. Mrs. A. T. Dester of Laporte, Ind., are spending the week at the home of Mrs. Ellen Hester. J. C. Hoopingarner and family, who have been living in the house owned by Carl Pennell on Main st., have moved into the Fikes house on Cas St. Roy Aldrich has secured a position as motorman on the city lines in South Bend. Mrs. J. Pabst returned Tuesday to her home in South Bend after a few days' visit with her daughter, Mrs. J. F. Schafer. Harry Davidson, of Milwaukee. Wis., is visiting friends here this this week. PARDON ASKED FOR MRS. KATE EDWARDS Was Convicted of Munlcr Rut Gov ernors Refused to Sign Papers For Execution. HARRISBURG. Pa.. Oct. 2. The state board of pardons was Wednes day asked to pardon Mrs. Kate Ed wards, the Reading murderess who has been in prison" for more than a dozen years and whose death war rant has been unsigned in the admin istration of three governors. Mrs. Edwards was convicted Sept. 14, 1901, and sentenced to be hanged In March of the following year. In 1903 commutation was refused. The reason for the pardon .alleges that she had been debased by brutal treatment and had she told the truth at the trial she would not have been convicted of first degree murder. SCHMIDT PUT TO MORE TESTS BY THE ALIENISTS Confessed Murderer of Anna Aumul ler a Different Man Than When Arrested. NEW YORK. Oct. 2. Disheveled, unkempt, without collar or tie, and with the neckband of his shirt thrown open. Hans Schmidt, the confessed ir.urderer of Anna Aumuller, was ta ken from his eel! in the Tombs pris on Wednesday for an examination as to his sanity, conducted by four alienists in the oittee of Dist. Atty. Whitman. Schmidt was closeted with the alienists for two hours. Another examination by the alien ists will be held Friday after the cor oner's Inquest into the death of Anna Aumuller. On the report they will make to the district attorney will de pend the course to be taken in the prosecution of Schmidt. If you want the let candy for your money buy it at The Philadelphia. Advt. FOOLS EASY TO FIND SAYS THIS MINISTER "Fools" was the topic of discussion Wednesday night at the First Breth ren church by Evangelist Charles A. Rame. "The biggest fools are those who profess to be wise when they are not," said the evangelist, "and tnus they become fools according to scrip ture. When men begin to profess what they do not possess, the world is not long in detecting the profes sion." As a remedy for foolishness the preached advised Christianity. It produces a balance, he said. "Fools have always lived," he said, "and Christ found many of them even among his disciples, and he told them so after his resurrection because they did not believe In him." Thursday night Evangelist Bam will speak on the subject. "Spotted Folks the Spots Exposed." On Fri day night he has promised to give an old fashioned Dunker sermon. There will be all-day services Sunday, be ginning with Sunday school at 9:30, preaching at 10:30, 2:30 and 7:30. For the benefit of our patrons who were unable to visit our departments today, we extend our invitation for to morrow 2 to o p. m. The Phila. Advt. MEM BREAD The Stephenson Underwear Mills are operating a motor con trolled knitting machine in our window. Mrs. Crueson is giving free lessons in knitting and crocheting on third floor. Coats for Winter 17.50 Fall Fabrics. We have them Some 200 coats have arrived since Satur day: note the material. Cut Chinchillas Velour de Leins, Zibelines, Boucles, in a number of colors and styles such as: Blue mixtures in three-quarter length, Brown mixtures, Terra Cotta mixtures, Brocaded, patterns in plain colors, many in the new season's features, the long shoulder effect, though the plain sleeve is still in favor. 17.50 r " Others range from S 12.50 to S27.50. Afternoon and Evening Semi-afternoon and evening coats of rich fabric with beauti ful lining and trimming, feature our coat showing. Imported Velours, all silk Brocaded Velvets, Broaded Silk and Wool figures all in rich fascinating color combinations. Certainly a wide fange for selections Fashioned mostly in three-quarter lengths. 25.00 to 47.50 G 60. Read the W the general public of the Northern PECIALESTS W0mi iilll Rough Weaves Seem to be the prominent weave in th Coats mail COME AND SEE US Wy in are invited to visit Indiana Gas and Baking in a Coats for Autumn 7 50 X e c 0, ryilay gas oven by - 4 1 i r Page 11