THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES.
TiiriisDAV. ocTonnn 2. 191.
NO CITIZENS' PARTY
FOR ELKHART MOOSE
IlLvWni Otcrtiirc Arc Made H.v tlio
Jlrpuhli aits Hut Proposition is
Turned Iown by Cm ntKn.
F.LKHAKT. Iiid.. o.'t. 1 . A Citi
zens' ticket (!n nnt look Kootl to K1U
hart progressives-, arid when th" prop
ortion of joining with the cal re-
puMieans w as l,r .;u;h-d at th mas-
Convention at Mooy hali Wednesday
r.i'ht. the matter u;ts vot"l down by
a larcr'" majority.
I. M. .Simpson, oahi r of the City
Trust o.. read the rtures from
the republicans. It was sui;;:ested
that by oranizlnc. the pron .sives
and repu t.O ans wo'iM be strong
inou;'h to down the democrats. Those
present v re not in favor of the dc;il
and voted to keen tin- progressives In
the race as an individual party.
i K. Smith was the party's selec
tien for mayor. He received 1 S 1 votes
while (uy CJarhik was second with
111: and A. H. Lurrous third with
L. II. Calvert, secretary of the
Monger LuniNer Co., was selected
city clerk candidate. He had no op
position. Otto 11. Deal was nominated
as city judtrc.
IZ, A. Campbell, who was nomina
ted as city treasurer, held the same
oflice under the Greene .administra
tion at which time he w;us a demo
crat. Ho was opposed by A. J. Schell
house and C. A. Daysman.
Price I'eid. Dr. A. L. Fisher and
Jerry C. Stevens were nominated
rouncilmen at lar'e. Georire V. Flem
ing presided. The convention was
well attended, over 200 members of
the party urninp- out.
"DON'T WORRY" WRITES
GIRL WHO ENDS LIFE
Mi Myrtle Singer Sends letter to
Mother Ik fore Tak
KLKITATIT. Ind., Oct. 2. "Don't
worry. Will be home Tuesday. Have
written to Mr. Nash about school.
Such was the message mailed by
Miss Myrtle Singer, who committed
suicide in Hotel Golden Monday night,
to her mother, Mra. Thomas Singer
of Leipsic, C., only a few hours he
fore she took the fatal dose or car
bolic acid and tried to make doubly
sure by holding a chloroform-saturated
handkerchief to her nostrils.
The letter was received by Mrs.
Singer on Tuesday morning. The
"Mr. Xash" mentioned is trustee of
the township near Lelpsle. in which
Miss Singer -was teaching school at
It developed that Miss Singer was
quite well known in LJkhart and all
acquaintances were shocked to learn
of her suicide. She was well known
at the Y. W. C. A. and had also served
as domestic in an Elkhart home,
where she was highly regarded as a
rennet: and estimable young1 woman.
VETERANS WILL IVIEET
IN REUNION TODAY
ELKHART, Ind., Oct. 1. The 4 5th
annual reunion of the survivors of the
J 29th regiment. Indiana volunteer in
fantry, will bo held in Elkhart Thurs
day. They will make their headquarters
at Elmer post hall during the fore
noon and afternoon, and their even
ing canipflre will be in Shiloh-Field
post hall. An automobile trip about
the city is planned for C:.0 o'clock.
The public is Invited to call at the
respective meeting places and extend
hospitable greetings to the visiting
veterans. Dinner will be served at
U:.".0 a. m. and supper at 5:30 p. in.
by women of Trinity Methodist
The present regimental association
officers are: President, David Smeltz
er of Elkhart: vice president, A. 11.
Whirley of Elkhart; secretary, W. S.
sri:s ix) it Divonci:.
Alleging non-support and abandon
ment. Frances 15. Williams has tiled
sutt fr divorce from Charles C. Will
iams. whom she married May 14.
1911. and who left her July 1 last.
Mrs. Williams alleges that she has
been obliged to do laundry work and
keep borders to support herself.
Proctor v Cawley are her attorneys.
mus. makv nornx.
Mary- i:ila Bourn, wife of Albortus
If. Bourn of Osolo township, died
at 1 : -1 0 a. m. Wednesday, a victim
of paralysis and apoplexy. Mrs.
Bourn had resided in Osolo township
near Beaton lake many years.
Funeral services, conducted by
Uev. l A. Drest 11 of Grace Lutheran
church, will be held at the Zion
church at 2 oVloc.x I iiday afternoon.
Mrs. B-ir'.rr. i- survived by her hus
band; two sons. Frank Bourn of Os
ceola, aiiu Fred Bourn, at home; a
daughter. Xoll'.e Bourn, also at home;
a si-ter, Mrs. Maude Fry of Three
Bivers. and tw brothers. William
Sir.uley of Mcminn, Mich., and Kd
STATUE OF FOUNDER OF
ELKHART IN NEW YORK
F.BKHABT. Ind. Oct. 1. The
statue of Dr. H.ivilah Tleardsley,
founder of Elkhart, which has been
iri the custom hmi.-c at New York for
sometime awaitli.c a decision as to
whether or not it was dutiable, is on
its way to this city. As soon as cus
tnrrv oi!b ials were informed that the
statu.- is to bo a preent to the city.
It was admitted free of duty. The
duty would havo been over Sl.t'a i.
lion. A. B. Board-dey. a nephew of
Dr. Beardsley, commisMotu-d art
ist in Florence. Italy, to make the
statue last year while he and Mrs.
Be.irdsley were touring Europe. u
will be erected on a triangular point
at the intersection of Bi-anB'ey av.
nr.d Bivcrside drive.
T)ie concr te foundation for the
statue has b. en completed. The
p-dstal en which it is to rest lias not
beeU startai. The pedestal Mil be
built of beautiful Georgia marble.
r.irrs ms Alio.
II. I. W ell, who Tuesday night re
turned from Gary with hU stolen
i '.tomolu!-, v. as unable to get satl
fa tory information as to how it u as
f-eiind. Gary police, who claimed the
JIT. reward ,off red by Mr. Ist ell for
the car, and charged him $10 for
hauling !t to Gar.y from where It was
f' und, delar-d they did ut know the
nam rtf the little girl who found the
car. Mr. Isbeil was anxious to re
OUTBURSTS OF EVERETT TRUE.
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MENTIONED IN WILL
Jamb Scliutz Diides Ills Irojcrty
Among1 His Wife and Sous and
The will of the late Jacob fehutz.
a farmer living near Bremen, which
divides his estate among his widow
and i:j children, was admitted to pro
bate by Judge Funk in the circuit
court Wednesday afternoon. Freder
ick W. Schutz, one of the sons, quali
fied as executor with a bond of $S,
000. The will was drawn in 1900. It
first devises to the Avife one-third of
all the realty and personalty and $500
additional. Each of the children ex
cept Peter were given $675 for re
maining with their parents until they
were 21 years old. Peter left two
years and nine- months before attain
ing his majority and as a consequence
$72 is deducted from his share. Eliz
abeth, the one daughter, married be
fore she was of age but owing to her
"acts of kindness" no deduction is
made by the testator.
After this distribution is made the
remainder is to be divided equally
among the children and the widow.
If any should be dissatisfied with the
provisions of the will or take steps to
contest it. the instrument provides
that he shall take nothing.
The children of Schutz. who are all
living, are: Jacob. John, Frederick,
William, Albert. Phillip, Charles, Da
vid. Edward. Peter, George, Henry
ORDER OF EAGLES IS
Stops Are Taken to Allow Organiza
tion to Ieot a New TIge
South Bend aerie. No. 4.,,), Fra
ternal Order of Eagles. has filed
articles of association with County
Recorder Lehman and with the sec
retary of state. The incorporators
are Charles C. Miller, Stanton M.
Schaelfer and Henry Engel.
The organization was the first lecral
step to be taken by the local order in
preparation for th acquirement of
property for a building for the order.
The association forms a body in
which the title to the property will be
The matter of a building will be
taken up after the first of next year.
The order is now meeting in leased
quarters on N. Michigan st.
WILL ERECT BUILDING
Li ingstons Secure site for Structure
on S. .Michigan St.
Ground fr a new two-story brick
structure by Max and Abe Livingston
on Michigan st. between Division and
Monroe was broken Wednesday. The
estimated cost of the new building is
$6,000. The lower floor of the build
ing is to be built for store purposes
while the second is being planned for
fiat purposes. The contiact for the
new building is held by Robert Platz.
MEXICAN GIRL HELD
ON CHARGE OF SPYING
EE PASO. Mexico. Oct. 2. Mnri
Zuniga. an American-Mexican girl
from Douglas. Ariz., was arrested in
Juarez Wednesday by the federal au
thorities on a charge of being a rebel
spy. She had just arrived here to
work for a telegraph company and
went to Juarez on a sightseeing trip.
"he w;us arrested at the Mexican
side f the international bridge and
Mexican otficla! assert that she was
carrying messages from th Sonora
rebels to sympathizers in Juarez. She
has no; been placed in jail, but is be
ing detained at a private home. Fed
eral soldiers are guarding the house.
Thomas D. Edwards. American con
sul at Juarez, stated Wednesday night
he wa.M making every effort to secure
her release, hut un to a late hour to
night she was still In custody.
Philip Donergan has written this
clever little farce. The idea is orig
inal, the business of the piece good,
and altogether it is an excellent of
fering. The story is of an old maid, who,
believing m the old adage, "Get a
man jealous and he's yours." hired a
tramp to imnersonate a sweetheart.
When the lady's ruse has proven
successful, the tramp is seen tramp
ing out of town, glad to be rid of his
Job, and somewhat better off than
when he entered upon his sweet
At Surprise theater today.
AT THE OIUMICUM. i
Singing and dancing numbers
usually form the background for all
musical comedies and in "The Heart
breakers," which opens an engage
ment at the Orpheum at Thursday's
matinee, there are ten big numbers
that the chorus is used in. The one
that has received the most favoro.ble
coi...nent from the critics throughout
the country is "My Honolulu Honey
Lou." a buck and wing number that
calls for the entire company.
In selecting the principals the
management have been fortunate in
securing several that appeared with
the original production when the
piece had its year-long run in Chica
go and in selecting the chorus they
have been careful o choose, both good
singers and dancers.
The scene of the rapid fire comedy
takes place in a bachelors' club call
ed "The Heartbreakers." showing
both lower and upper tloors in the
building and some of the complica
tions that arise, are decidedly mirth-
Vincent Dusey, a singing comedian
of ability, heads the big cast and the
feminine members have been chosen
for their prepossessing looks and abil
ity as operatic entertainers. The cos
tumes, scenic equipment and electri
cal effects are the equal of any used
by the larger organizations and a
capital entertainment is promised.
GiiAYci; scorr players.
The season of the Grayce Scott
Players at the Auditorium has thus
far been a notable one. Never before
has a stock company given the the
atergoing people of this city such
splendid performances or productions.
This week's play. "The Man From
Home" is no exception to the stand
ard already set and the crowds that
attended Sunday and Monday agreed
that its performance compared fa
vorably to that given by William
Hodge. The company is seen to
splendid advantage. Miss Scott t-s tne
girl who has become alienated from
her home and country. Mr. Ford as
Daniel Yoorhees Pike, the man from
Kokomo who brings the girl back to
Indiana. Mr. Anders Is dignified and
delightful as the Grand Duke. Mr.
Newing as a dapper little Englishman,
who hasn't a worry and Is particularly
good; Mr. Berthelet does a good bit
of acting as Ivanhoof. who has es
caped from Siberia and is befriended
by "The Man From Home." Miss
Knott as Iady Creek is excellent, as
is Miss Dudley as the countess. Mr.
Thompson as Lord Howcanle and Mr.
Hilyer as Horace Granger-Simpson.
"Joyck or Tin: north woods."
Much interest ha.s been shown in
the two-reel special. "Joyce of the
North Wood.V which comes to the
American theater today, with Mary
Fuller in the part of "Joyce." Ormi
Hawley will he seen in an extra goo J
ilrama, "P'ahion's Toy."
l ire Cau! by Hphin of Oil Iaul
1'nta II v.
FOIIT SMITH. Ark., ikt. 2. Three
ehlhlren of John Thomne. a cotton
I'lantcr living in Oklahoma, near Fort
mith. were hurned t death early
"Wtlnesdaj.' in tl;eir homo. The :ir
Was caused by an explosion of oil with
which an attempt was made t start
the kitchen fire.
LABORERS IN DEMAND
BY COUNTY FARMERS
Local Employment Bureau i- Fnahle
to Secure Enough Ien to
Harvesting fall creeps, forces a big
protdem before the farmers of St. Jo
seph county. During the past month
the demand for laborers increased
over last month 100 per cent. Al
though there are a number of applica
tions made every day at the employ
ment bureaus of the city most of the
applicants refuse to accept farm
During the past month 393 applica
tions for help were left at the Indi
ana Free Employment office and 29 S
positions were filled. The female help
seeking employment is decreasing al
though there is a steady demand for
help. During the month 19 posi
tions were filled and ol applications
for help were made.
The annual report of the Indiana
Is our charge for dry cleaning and
pressing your overcoats.
Swanks Cleaning & Laundry Co.
I furnlsa the complete equip
ment, from the first cU to the
Both Phones 210 So, St. Jo St.
Deposited on or before
October 10th are allowed
4 per cent interest from
the first of October,
Depositors are assured
absolute safety, prompt
and courteous service.
Citizens Loan, Trust &
104 South Michigan St.
ALTO AAniUXAXCE SERVICE.
HIRAM C. KRIECHBADM
S03 8. ;ln St.
Phone Htvme Ofioo; BeJl eOS.
GAS RANGE NOW
jAd IIcH3acb Rerlerrd w1tLott Cim qm
at Drugs by
H. LEMON TREE
CVnith Bend's Lradln Optnmerlvt al
222 1, fto. Michigan Street,
pom Tboca erOL Bell Pboa M7
Sondajd tram 0 to 103 A. 11
Does It slve you the self
respect and confidence in the
future that a gradually In
creasing bank account does?
Money in your pocket soon
goes to extravagances. Money
deposited here draws 4 per
cent Interest. v
Begin to save now. One
Collar will open a Savings
Account here and by adding,
to It regularly you will eoon
have a good, substantial bank
ST. JOSEPH COUNTY
THE ST. JOSEPH LOAN &
HARRY L. YERRiCK
SAVB ES G S I
Gently Laxative. Sugar-coated
Dcse, one pill, only cnc.
Sold for 60 years.
Ask Your Doctor.
J. C AfrCo .
Employment office was completed
Wednesday and showed that Die de
mand for help as well as the demand
for positions and positions filled were
practically the Fame per cent as last
year although the numbers are
slightly larger in each cae ns the em
ployment ollice is becoming better
MOVING PICTURES IS
USED AS HIS ALIBI
SAN FRANCISCO. Oct 2. Fred
Brokaw, in custody here awaiting x
tradition on a Pittsburgh warrant
charging assault to commit robbery,
pet up a novel alibi Wednesday.
Urokaw told the police he had a
prominent position in a street crowd
that figures in motion pictures taken
here Sept. 5. His alleged crime wad
committed in Pittsburgh. ept. s.
The films of the pictures were ob
tained and thrown on a screen for the
benefit of the police. Brckaw or his
double was easily recognizable.
In the Farmers,
! Manufacturers and
Messrs' Wheelock & Co
: offered a $25 set of
Aluminum ware as
first prize in the South
Bend City School's
Bread Contest. This
orize was won by
Miss. Anna Clem, of
224 N. Emerick st.,
who used "LARABEE'S
BEST FLOUR" in the
German Milled flour
is guaranteed the
world's best flour and
is sold by more than
i 7 5 grocers in South
IBend and Mishawaka.
Our Suoccas Depends Upon Our
SMITH & SMITH
218 W. Viiyn.
H. Phono 2406. Soutli Bend, Ind.
I am here, ready to clean your
chimnevs. Chimnevs cleaned
by a competent man with years
NO SOOT OR DIRT.
Everything clean and tidy.
Just drop me a card to Box
J. 45, care News-Times, and
I will be there.
VAUDCVILM3 OF QUALITY
I'rtttj- lrinia donnas
dians. His: Sincint and
Matinee Daily 2:30
Cvcnlnss 7:30 & 9.
Sundaj New Vaudeville.
Sutli Bred' I'orrnit I'Irture Uou
In a tuo-rel special story picture
of Harriet Comstock's novtl.
"JOYCE OF THE NORTH
In a human interest drama,
Tomorrow Harry Mers in
The Hurnlnp: HUot."
kmi. titilf.lt l Ill
ee our ad in Friday's paper
Aci Trad Mark Obtained in fcll
Countrica. Advice Free. GEO. J.
0LT3CH, Registered Patent Atty., 711
U2 Studeb&ker Bld South Bend. xA
Suits for Men and Women
$15, $18 and $20.
119 K. J.-ffrrson nivd.
L. Kf. r.7cQ A JF1
BSZ X. AIJchlcan St.
Ilxrrno Phono 6211; lieH Phone 3
Kvery Patient a Booster for
SWEM, The Chiropractor.
S02-30; Dean Building.
Home Phono 25C5.
Matinee Daily 10c and 20c.
Nights," 15c, 25c and 35c.
THE Wim FRORl
H 0 M E
(ilTTS MAY dOH.
V. J. Frau'-ndiner. until r'f-ntly
suiMTintendent f the Lake ior
fhojis here, hnx l.cen made master
mechanic- of the Ciu' Four ?hoi-s at
llellefintaiue. ). The wor.l ram" in
a letter received by
f r: nd:
J. i 1 jl - - - -
i AR3 LOP4GIKG FOR YOU.
They're all here. Motion Picture-, of rlassiral emit ion that lend
rharni arid di-t Jntloii to your ritrriainment. ( nne here any tinio.
and watch the lx'aiittfMi- heroine and nohle lier in romance and
adventure. You'll draw a deep sli;li of whole mhiIhI delight, and
-ome lack for more. Pictures that Im NOT nffc t the eje.
THE SURPRISE THEATER
homi: or (iooi pktlt;i:s.
Feature Reliance Today.
THE CLOWN'S DAUGHTER Two Reels
FRAZZLED FINANCE Thanhouser Comedy
Open at h:!.", A. M.. Continue to 11 V. M.
Always a Good Show.
REAL ESTATE BUYERS.
It is neither wise nor prudent to pay your money out for
Real Estate without having the title examined. Quiet Title
'suits in all our courts warn you of the danger. The Indiana
Title and Lean Company hs $100,000.00 invested in Real Es
tate in this County, every dollar of which is security for our
work. Call and see us before you buv.
INDIANA TSTLE and LOArJ COMPANY
Title Bldg., Corner Main and Center Sts.
Hell Phone 4:l."2. Home Phone i.V,S
5$ - L L
LAX Li Li
Tonight and All Wrck
COM1-3DY COM PAW IN
The fJlrl and the Hoy"
A Musical Comedy With a
1 5 Knt ert a i n ers 1 .
Ni-htly 7: no and 9.
Matinees Daily Kxccpt
Sunday Xeu Musical
ALL NEW Exquisite Color
Views. Wonderful Motion
5 Tuesday Evenings, Beginning
The Great Cities of Europe:
London Oct. I f
Home Oct. ITS
IToremt ami 'riiio Nov. f
Vienna Nov. li
Courx il tM-n- Momla), 0-t. .
prieih sum. s::.no, nj.oo.
mail oi:di:i: now.
HKYANS AT l'AIK.
FA I IlI'AN. Va.. !. 2. Scv.
Lran and Mrs. F.ryan .itn to Fair
fax Ve(Jn sd.iv Jo eel. !. rate th ij :t H
annier.-"try of :h"ir w.-ddiri-. Th-y
r.ttenl'-d the .-..-intv fair, where tho
secretary v..s the piincipal sjif-aker.
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