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..ijjjWDAI, OCroUHit 16, 1913 13 Ducked? -Get Dry Ciothes From "Lady of the Lake" GFDr-"r - , .'-t- . ... , . l'V -v,t 'V.'-' 4 ' - . ; .- v v J;. '' -, '-. 1 ; . ' r :-y ' - ' '':,): v'-1 v. fifij-i i '.N:-'L- v - - - : 4 ' 1 VWT-fu3. x; 1 5??f 4y:i;-: ..: . -. . .. :M:''t? p::.- j--.xf:. :---- : ' - OVr--- ' - K.-iV- l ? ' I Vi-JU ; :: s ' V-".- ;- V "A boj' overboard! A girl bumped oyer by a wave!' All summer lontr and way into Jptembrr this cry is heard whorcver young- folks are holiday-making. Thfre is a picnic at the park nearby. The youngsters K wading and some one tumbles In. There is a Saturday holiday at th heach and some boy or sirl stubs a toe and fi"ets overtaken, by a bl? wave. Well, It isn't so bad to tumMe Into the Tvet, wet water on a rot day. Rut It is Just horrid to hav j vo stand or run around all the rest the day in clamp clothingr! There have been so many cases of unexpected ducking's amon? the boys and jrirls who go pleasuring at Brock well park lake, London, that a new official h;! been named oy the London county council just to dry their clothes. She is known as the "woman with th- mangle!" Here is a pk-turo showing her at work, dry ins: the clothes of these" two litfb- cha:- les who took a header when they didn't mean to do it. The woman with th mangle has been renamed "the lady of the lake" by the b.ys and pirls who have come to look upon her os a srt of second mother. The mansle is to be seen at use at all hours from sunrise to sunset. When. 1 om orown to I koll be eruy ptxnid OHO OVOJt , And 1ell ike otW 6i4s oud bouts Not to juedrMe witli. W ioi a It Reprinted by special periuis lon from ,4A Child's Ganlen of ver8." Copyright by Charles Scribner'a Con. Ml i1 -ir f MRS. PANKHURST NOT TO BE HELD AT ISLAND Will Io Treat l .Iut I.Ike Other Applicant, Says ( onuni hloncr Cainiuetti. WAITTNGTtiX. Oct. .-Commissioner Gen. Caminetti f the immi gration bureau is.sued a .--tat'-ment Tuesday night defending t!ie atMu.ie of the bureau toward Mrs. k in: rst, tho Irititvh su.Tr.ii;.t. who ;s due to arrive in New York the latter part of this week. lie -aid: "Tho report tli.it the buri.m of immigration or departmen: of Li'-or or any otticer of e.th r. had d v;ded or intimated that Mr Kmrnelia Pankhurst will. e!i h-r arrival at New ".rk, be held fur ea:ni:uit iea a board of petial inp!ir ai Kll; island. Is witlne.n f'uadatioo. Tlie burexi.i ar;d the lien rt -r- iit have no power to erder aim.sii':i tr rejei--titn. ei;t m ;tpn-a!. "At the pert.-'. The limpet lids w'ln first me.-t tlie iiv. i::!i:v- appla.r.nts jto under tlie law ..v. ree'..;i.uis i:; depedent of the boards of ;nji;ry. as well as of the eo:;nus-ener of itn miratlon. in-so-tar as it 'a::n appli cant to npp ar ifore the lioai c! of lrxrilry aro iatie- ndent of the com missioner. "Mrs. Pankhurst wiP !.- treat, d re rectfully, put Pi e in oilu r ap- 'plic.int. aru! tills f all any o"i; -r of the bureau or depjrtmeut can author itatively assert." LEROY M. WEARS IS VICTIM OF INDIGESTION net. 1 .". Leroy i I. a pharmacist. N. Jenner dru t.. died in the KLKIIAKT. Ind.. Monroe Mears. aged employed in the U More. 201 Main apartments occupied by himself and w ife in the Dr. Menges' block. I'll W. Lexington a., at 1:15 o'e!ek Tues day morning. Death was "caused by an attack of acute indigestion, follow ed by hear: failure. Mr. Mens, v tin is a son of Mrs. Ida Meats. 21 S S. Fourth st.. was I'orn in this city .Jan. v. 1S.V2. He finished tiv .so'dnd ear In high !i(M and went to Purdue university where he graduated in pharmacy in 1 '.ov After graduation he wetit to lataette and while employed ai a phaiieaeist there, married Miss I.il- j li.T. 'o'in;s in April. 1 4. Ii Aug- t. r.'H... he went to outh Hend. wrier- he r'inaint'd until the first hiy of last June, when he came to Klkhart aud entered the employ oft Mr. Jenner. I Mr. Mears Is surviv ed by his wife, his mother. Mrs. Ida Meat-; grand-I fath r. Jarr.es i. Dcer. and two' brothers. N. A. Mears of Indiar.ap- ' oi's. wh.o was h-'te when his brother died. an. I 11. J. Mears. Cleveland, O. TWENTY-TWO THROWN INTO RIVER: ESCAPE Comlcinneii Hrldgo iie- Way With nitrn Weight of C ar Sprinkler. FTtEFTN RAY. Wis.. ict. 1 - Twent-two pf'Tr.- w--re plunird into the Fox r:r per' Tuesday whr a portten of the ?.f n ? ?i -t. bridge co'.lip ! hi' a he-t -t . street car prjr.k"' : v a ;'.tinc ovr iL The ponple "-ern (,rrii,.i ir.to fhe water hut w ere rescued. The l.r -Ue was co:id:r.ned ti'.e war depart ment foer '.ir . go As a itsult of the acciiler. r: e .,f cm n I'.ay li divided two .--vt:en wdie. ,t means of tra'isj.nrtation o-iwen. e&ve for a small .foot Lridye, two r ' WILL WIRE P0ST0FFICE Manv lniprement to In Made in Local Department. "or.trnes were awarded Tuesdav to the Kle.-tric Serviee o. on Colfax in., for the installation of a new lighting svstom in the local postrvtnc. ar.d to W. FT. Hurke for remodeling and extending the heating system. New furniture lias been ordered. a:id will consist of fding eases, card :nde caes. d it r i hu t lnc and book rass. installed in various depart n'rr.Ts of the otiice at a coct of several hu;dred dollars. rr7,i:M. Nr itching cmrn. The soothing, hcahng needit-ation in vn. hoiwovs rcz!3!. ointii-:t per. t rate .-rv tin)- trre of the skin, 'dear :t of aP, Impurities - stops iteh ;: g inTjr.tly. Pr. llohsm's Ke7ema 1 hntircnt 's g".. e.t reil to speedily heal eczema, raiie-. j irgw irrr., tetter and other uns'.giitly eruptions. ITczr ms ir;t rtient ;s a doctor's prescrip tion iv t an exp-Tim tit. All drusgit or lev run:!, r(c. Pfeiffer Chemical Co.. Philadlephia and St. Louis. Ad-vertiitinf.At. ACCUSED OF THE MURDER OF WIFE Man's Arrest Follows Fifteen Years After Deed Neigh bors' Gossip Leads to the Indictment. INPIANAPOU, Oct. 14. J.ick IMfnn' is in jail here charged with the murder of his wife. Mary, which I he is alleged to have committed 15 Jvears au'o. Prom th' time of Mary Mpf'iirr's death stories have been I'ATiniK or SCHOOLS sri;n rou divohci:. INDIAN POL!S. Oct. 15. Abraham C. Shortridare. so years old. known as the "i'ather of In dianapolis schools", and a former president of P'miue uriversity. was sud for div:rce and $ 5. 0 o alimony by his wife. Martha I., herp Tiifsday. .Mrs. Shortridgo Is about 2". years younger thair her husband. In her petition for separation Mrs. Shortridge asserts that short ly after hr rnnrrlapr she and hr husband movd to a farm when sh was compelled by her hus band to milk, haul feed for stock, cut corn, dig potatoes, pitch hn.v and haul wood. This work she nvers. injured her Jiealth. The couple rre married in 1899 and separated in 1 f05. 1 M a V M i SJ I i n 1 t3 My Office is one of the finest equipped in this country for the amelioration and cure of SPECIAL DISEASES OF MEN. My Special Fees Will 0 going Tivse mu'id that she was murdered, impressed Prosecutor Carpen ter and 'he began an investigation, which resulted m practically the en tire neighborhood where the Mc Cunes lived, near Cuzeo. Peing called Pefore the strand jury, which returned an indictment against MiCune Mon day nicht. The ytory of the unhappy marriaee of the couple, their separation, his dislike f,f their child, his conduct when she lay a corpse and his court- i.-h .Mar a ai'diii in riu that became hia tecond wife, wasj brought out. j The nilit of Mary McCune's death, neighbors heard MtCune scream and! going to his assistance, found him in j a fence corner with the head of his d'ad wife In his lap. He said she had start d after a chicken and that he had seen her fall. Neighbors said she had marks on her shoulder and that hf,r neck was broken. The state's theory is that McCune killed his wife so ne could marry me oiner gin. MRS. BLAKE DETERMINED TO PRESS HER SUIT Gets Permission to tile Summons in Action For Million Damages. Continue Short Time 1? Vital Weakness of Men Ni:V YOTtK. Oct. 15. That Mrs. Katherine Ketcham Blake, wife of Dr. Joseph Blake, the noted New York Fursoon. Is determined to nros- Ucute the $1,000,000 damage suit against Mrs. Clarence 11. Mackay, i wife of the multi-millionaire tele graph and cable magnate, for alleged alienation of her husband's affections, ; was revealed Tuesday when O'Gor mon. Tattle and VanDiver, counsel for Mrs. Blake, obtained an order from Supreme Court Justice Pendle j ton, permitting tnem to file the Hlackheads. blotches and pimples are caused by the improper action of th bowels. Hollister's Foeky Moun tain Tea regulates the bowels, makes your complexion clear and beautiful, gives vou that healthy look. 33 cents. and complaint in Tea or Tablets. Coonley Drug Store. Advt. NIGHT SESSIONS ON THE CURRENCY MEASURE Committee Anxious to Ciet Hill Shape for Congress to Act On. In WASHINGTON, Oct. 15. If neces sary the senate banking and currency committee will hold night sessions to hear all witnesses listed to discuss the administration currency bill in order to close the hearings Oct. 25. The committee Tuesday revised its list of witnesses, and agreed to hear H. Parker Willis, who acted as expert to' the house committee during con sideration of the bill. National Bank Examiner Starek. in charge of bank examinations in New Vork. represen tatives of the National Chamber of Commerce, and a delegation of coun trv bankers from Minnesota, in ad dition to witnesses already scheduled. When the hearings are closed the bill will be taken up for amendment. The committee worked late Tues day evening petting the views of country bankers on the bill. the ac in the summons tion. Mrs. Mackay was served suit hut a bill of particulars and complaint "had not been filed in court. ! Next Friday Mrs. Blake's motion j 5 for nlimnnv and counsel fees in the ! trial of her action for separation will come up before Justice Pendleton. A cnXTLF, AND ITTI'CTIVE LAX ATI YK. A mild, gentle and effective laxa tive Is what people demand when suf fering from constipation. Thousands swear by Dr. King's New Iafe Pills. Hugh Tallman. of San Anten'.o. Tew. writes: "They are. heyond question, the best pills my wife and T have ever taken." They r.vrr cause pain. Price 25c. Recommended by all druggists. Advertisement FUNERAL TO BE QUIET Wishe of Abrani 31. Baker Are to 1x5 ! Carried Out. In accordance with instructions left with his will. Abraham M. Baker, who died Monday morning, at the home of his sister. Mrs. Harriett C. Matthews. rlG S. Carroll St., was buried Wednesday afternoon without ceremony. It was his request that his funeral services be simple and without muMo or preaching. The burial was made in Biverview cemetery. SLEEP DISTURBING BLADDER WEAKNESS BACKACHE-RHEUMATISM, QUICKLY VANISH Even Most Chronic Sufferers Find Relief From Few Doses of Croxone. Croxone soon relieves such condi tions because It reaches the very roots of the disease. It soaks right into the stopped up, inactive kidneys, through the walls and linings; cleans out the little filtering cells and glands; neutralizes and dissolves the poisonous uric acid substances that lodge in the joints and muscle to scratch and irritate and cause rheu matism: heals the inllamed mem bianes of the bladder, and cleans out and strengthens the stopped up. life- o sure, lasting, are the use of a day for a is required less kidneys so they can filter and sift all the poisons from tile blood, and drive it out of the system. so positive, so quick and the results obtained from Croxone. that three doses few days are often all that to end the worst back ache, regulate the most annoying bladder disorders, and overcome the numerous other similar conditions. Croxone is so prepared that it is practically impossible to take it with out results. An original package costs hut a trirte, and all druggists are author ized to return the purchase price if Croxone fuils to give desired results, regardless of how old you are. how long you have suffered, or what else has failed. YOUNG MKN AND ALL MCN. COME TO SKI: MH. Let m re move your trouble, purify your blood. strencthen your nervous system and restore you tc a healthy, manly feriin. thereby re lieving you of the burden that N felt from any disease. My practice Is limited to these diseases, and each ca.se I accept is identical with some disease I have cured. There fore it tls no more than re.Ts.-maNe for me to expect to do a? much for you as I have done for others. After treating with me for Just a little while you will have as much confidence as I have in my methods. Dr. Fleener's Remedies Save Men I want to tell every young man what his father should have told him in his youth. What every young man anil father ought to know. No sadder spectacle ever comes to my attention than a young man whose body and mind is infected with disease. He is handicapped all through life. The strong, robust man with pure Mood cells passe.-, him at every turn in the race of life. Thousands of these cases should never have been. An ounce of prevention would have kept the young man of today and the father of tomorrow in the bloom of health, strength and vigor. Failure is as certain to fol low s weakened and diseased mind as day will follow night. Don't you believe the creat men of today, of yesterday, performed every pri vate and public duty fearlessly and earnestly? Then why should you not guard your HERITAGE when It is worth more to you, more to your children and your children's children than all the money the Rockefellers and Yanderbilts pos sess? Your success depends upon your health and determination. All of these things being true, loan me your confidence and I will guaran tee you success and health. This I will accomplish by making a strong man of you a healthy man, a man with strong nerves, clear brain and a sound body a man with good, pure blood coursing through your veins, free from dis ease germs, taint or infection. False pride and modesty have stood between thousand of men and success, health and hanniness What the blood stream won't do in the human system for weak organs will never be accomplished. Are you willing to hand your HERITAGE down from generation to generation through your children? Look about you at the thousands of unsuccessful suffering men who are paying the price of their ancestors indis cretion. Have you inherited bad bloor or have you contracted it as some unsuspecting moment? Begin now to stamp it out by taking the best blood making and blood purifying remedies. Not a Dollar Need Be Paid Unless Satisfied ; H I Blood Poison and r -?e ' V .'i ' . A pfM: : I DR. FLEENER FOR MEN 5 Over 14 Years a Specialist. My Best Reference, No Cure, Ho Pay. 1 STOVES FOR HEATING STOVES FOR COOKING SOlSLEY HARDWARE COR2PANY ": 1 Consult the Old Iteliablo, IiOn;r-Km;ihlis.lHxl Specialist Over 14 Years' ExiKMience. AfG YOU NERYOUrf and despondent, weak and debilitated, a tjretj m-ornlngs. no ambition lifeless, memory gone, easily fatigued, excitable and irritable, eyes sunken, red and blurred, pimples, restless, haggard -looking, weak back, bone pain, sore throat, lack of energy and confidence? Consult the old-reliable specialists. Results Speak for Themselves SCORES OF CURED PATIENTS MV BEST ADVERTISEMENT, and my well-filled offices, my preat success, has tempted others to em ulate his announcements, even to py them, word for word. But, re member, it is his great NEW SYSTEM SCIENTIFIC PELVIC METH ODS that brings results, and results are what you want. So HE SURE, MEN, MAKE No MISTAKE eek the leader and not the follower, and remember I am the Spec ialist jou have known and who doe? refund every dollar paid for professional services in case of failure to cure or render satisfaction. Afflicted with Blood Poison, sore throat, ulcers in mouth, falling hair, skin eruptions, disK-olorations, nervous, irritable, dull paid in head or back, numbness, tingling in hands or feet, despondent, inclined to melancholy, fear of impending calamity, bone pains, indigestion, variable appetite, feeling of bloating, lameness in back, arms or legs? Are you discouraged, having tried and tried? What have you tried? Poisonous drugs in stomach-ruining doses, feeble patent medicines or inexperienced doctors, calling themselves specialists, but who are not true specialists and who have no reputation or reliability? Are You ? I Sfoplt! - treatment thn r The Woman Who Knows Buys at "Lower's Our show room is filled with lovely papers, new pic tures, and exquisitely carved frames. Wonderful and exclusive gifts for the October bride. The I W. Lower Decorating Co. 120 S. MICHIGAN ST. M . NOTICE When looking for Fall Footwear don't forget- that you can find the latest styles and also save a Dollar or more, by climbing one flight of stairs at the viit. 2.50 Sample Shoe Parlors 216 S. Mich. St. Upstairs Opposite Auditorium. There is a method of treatment that will cure you, without damaging the stomach and nervous system; treatment that does not block m. merelv hide awav for a time, but will drive every vestige of the poison, cleanse the blood and lymphat ics, clears the mind of forebodings, makes strong nerves and will re store you to the 1sror of health and the disease will not return. I simply want the opportunity of showing every suffering man that I can give him new hope,, new life and restore him baek to health, strength and vigor. I know every man will pay after I have entirely eliminated every traee of the disease from his system. I have one special low fee, which you may pay when cured, if there is any doubt atout the case being cured by my methods. A whole second tloor of othces, separate waiting rooms, many treat ment rooms and electric therapeutic machines. 9 ZH Cures urn nil Blood Poison The New Salvarsan I UM' the Iiee! ;1p,J ;itef I re: ; n uv 1 1 for p-od !.,!. hi .uid Skin I l' J'n f. r.M iNh's if.f (i.-rnunyi NKOS A . or ,H.H. t!i- improved Sjlv.trs.ui. ..id "f the old I'tenedy .idled i.;.-' v.us.tji is .il.-iviiiieU stife a.i.l huriiilf itid nioi-e ei)e, tive 1 h.in "i'W .md cui l.e iOiUihii.-tered in the i;ji:de.-!y anl aiid with ;i !i!ut4':y no 111 Jfcet w-fcal-fver r dete:jtlni frnm luilu-v. Weak, H rvou Men Jl sufferliii: frai i nl i i- m s . tlH f-ewdtv f pxccns. .ind will s- hw ejui k tLe right rerm-dy. ;,t tie- right pl.-n-e time, will dt the work. i:est..r-s 1 sr energy, .i mbiti-.ui ;i;el :r-: c:h. r; -wri-,.-iug the det:'-ar ;nd 1 ruj " "t t :. 1 rc.n.- u"rTied in u.; u !i-.,d. N . M:-n l :;. give up hi'pe, ir t.ei-OTlie ,s ,!-. ; J ,.; (IWiKira'Cfl. until l.e i-iv ...d , t,,,r. atory exairduaTj.-ii fr-'. Varicocele or Enlarged Veins 'e.st-;. p.jur 'ii-eul cth.f'. I'.iijdt;)?:-..! ..f The !I-irt. Ss-ur Steni.o h. P. j.e....cv Shon of P.reMtli. T rem Mb".: ..f t :.-e .:!n!.V I'cisily Ki-ijed. fired I'e.:i!. i ) i Morning. , w VifMlitv. m j-lm-'i tion. oi: vi:i:k s ri:i:. i n: i wii.i. .satisfy vor mv : i : m i; i . n :s . r:s: ItPJIIT. W',) yni . . ri;iiiU" -;:!!. r ; ; these ailments. ,,r -A; j j,j ,,-,ir . in my h:i nl :cnd i-'-rrrc: ;-;r ! :'.! in the ri'liT u.ty -i!! :'..-.-,t ; Kidney, Bladder ,:.N" '!!;l permanently ,. .if-,-d L.: thiriy l,,. if ?.. 'dher ee.jj; j. f in: v. "1 ' : 1 i 1 - - i-i-i 1 v yield t !.y r.i-- d Maki' .i:.u I 1 rurifyini; IN-ndie-. Acute Diseases, TAy; ri.n;d re.eivf daih ri 'i J .i-o fH'ri:i:u:ei:tly e:;rd ir. :t f-".v 'y, T! ' di'e:.ev, ;f nlh,e,i i. ; i;u U 'h ! k e.J. A Vid u rU ,: e i j; j, s u )r, to rhe wi-e ; snfl.-'i'" t. My jvit Ilx?ord, as well as my Profo.wional aiul Financial Standing. I4 a (iuarantee that you will reecho lfone.t. Faithful and Sticcsful Trcsitmcnt. I can refer jou t tlie Ilet Ikuiks and I'adiii"; ISu-i n Men ,f South Hem I. A Ixvial Contract given to eaeli fvuient to hohl for my protiiis. patient here at m o:'m rcxtMvfjs skillful, expert and imlhidual trcitment. Consult a true sx'ialiM, whom you know from hu perma nently ami long-ojstablKhol reputatJon N able to cure you oniianenily and quickly. FaJienu fntn a dUtaix-c can return home same day or day following. niosn who n vi: h:i;n disappoixtki) iiv rsKii.Li:i imivsi. riA.vs ai:i: iikm:stia m:tFiTi:n to i.vi;stu;.ti: mv Mini ons AM) TKIl.MS WITIIOFT DI'I.AV. WHICH HAD THFV DOi: IV TIIK RKGIN'MXt;, WOFLI) HAVE SWKD THi:.M TI.MF. IAI, wollilV AM) MONKY. Special Notioe a 0 $2,0 Jtaminatioin Free CaS Today FLE P 0 4 ft 11 ?5 SOUTH BEND, IND. 109V2 W. WASHINGTON AVENUE. Entire Front Floor Over Peck's Shoe Store. 5 Large Rooms Fully Equipped TRY NEWS-IMS J j li KJ