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WITPXKSDAY. OCTOBi:n 1.7, 1913
THE 5UU IH tttLNV
EIGHT!
FIRST PHOTO OF THE VOLTURNO HERO WHOSE BRIDE
SAW HIM GO DOWN TO DEATH HELPING OTHERS
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Talcs of Heroism and Tragedy
Are Brought Back by Sur
vivors and Crew of Volturno
Who Reach New York.
NF.V York. net. 1 Xf.v York
took in and . h It r d "'liu -ay th"
first survivors f th" stav liip Vol
turno t arrive jn thi owntry. 1 0 r. in
numbfT, J ru u !i t into j r t by th
Grower Kurt'ur: t. th'- North 'nnan
Uoyd liner ih.it r ut ',)w fir-t r s-u
boat across the hay - that mob1
ko difficult tho t.i.-i': of f'Hi'ivint; p;i
scners and crcv i'lorn tn-' but nine:
Ehip.
Tho explosion of a drum fnt.tin
inpr chemicals was the c; u-c of th
fire, according to th Mnry told by
Waldron TMssrdman, third officer of
the Volturno. Diss Inian caw- ;i thrill
ing narrative of the lorn.- hours sp-nt
on tho fire risked ship, lowering life
boats, quitin ? the pank- stricken,
steering tho vessel by hand to krp
her from drifting f i h t i n ir tho tut
tie unaided because tho wavr-, were
running too hih for small Taft frm
other ships to accomplish tho journey
to tho Volturno'.s side. Morn than
eighty passengers were burned to
death when they were cut off by the
flames, Dissolman reported.
Officers Arp Heroes.
Rankin? well up with the bravery
displayed by Captain Inch of the Val
turno were the feats of daring of sev
eral of his officers, amnnr; thorn Sec
ond Officer Lloyd. While ten ocean
liners maneuvered about the Volturno
after darkness had settled on Thurs
day, Captain Inch wirelessed: "We
can't stand this long. Our boats are
frone. Send boats."
Then Second Officer Uoyd measur
ed up to the mark. Taking four men
; with him, he entered a damaged life
boat, the Volturno'.s last and showed
that the seas could be lived upon.
Second Officer von Carlsbertf of
the Grosser Kurfurst told the story of
, how Uoyd and his crew set the exam
ple for the other ships. Soon a lisht
it was Lloyd's pocket lamp was
seen dancing up jnd down on top of
the waves," said von Carlesbertf. "and
in a short time the Volturno's boat
.reached us. Second Officer Lloyd
and his crew were in the boat and
no sooner had they boarded the
Kurfurst than their boat sank being
nearly full of water. The trip had
been experimental to see if it were
possible for a small boat to live in
the heavy seas."
Told People to Jump.
"When we got alongside the Vol-
NEBV0U5 DYSPEPSIA,
GAS OH E5TI0B
"Bape's Diapepsin" Settles
Sour, Upset Stomachs in Five
Minutes.
twrr.n," said Second officer von
Cari-Wrc of the Kurfurst. describing
the first !-.it's trip 'I hard s ream
ing on board and I !. Tided to keep
away for I figured that some of the
ptni'- striekrii people misht jump in
to our boat and up-et. it. I shouted
to the officer of the Volturno to tell
th- pfoplr to jump into th sea and
th wotibl be rescued.' This nd
i - was taken and we picked' up man
after j.nn. Win n we fcut back to ,,ur
ship I found we bad r s;ird 21 men.
T!ie following morning I marie two
tilpM and re.-.-ijeij more. While rve
were at the Volturno's side, I could
not j-ee n pintle woman. They all ap
peared to le mm."
Se end Officer Lloyd risked his
life in other way. tVun bv his trip to
the Kurfur.-'t. When the foremast
threatened to topple, t war. Lloyd
who climbed to the wireless plant
.i!:.l mended ir that communication
(ovld be maintained with the other
ship--. iH-s'.-eriding. Iaol fell twenty
-ij ruling hi: forehead. This
was before he took his crew of four
and entered the Volturno's b'st boat.
Third L'ngineer Alfred I'insch was an
other hero, refusing to desert the
f lame-threatened f-ngine room until
he trot orders from Captain 'inch to
do so. Then IMreh downed his best
uniform, pocketed his mariner's oer
tif irate and five sovereign." and
jumped overboard. . He was rescued.
Tell of Horror.
Pns.-cngers told f some of th
horrors they witne.-,-ed. Some saw
women burned to death; others babies
trampled on and killed, several were
quoted as declaring they sr.v ship's
officers keep back with revolvers
panic-stricken seamen who had
swarmed up from the bowels of the
vessel after the explosions and tried
to force their way into life boats ahead
of women and children. It was de
nied on behalf of the officers that re
volvers had been used.
WILL GIVE TALK
ON WHITE SLATES
Clifford IJ. Hoc to Deliver Ills Lecture
at Klks Temple on
October 27.
Time it! Tape's Diapepsin will di
gest anything you eat and overcome a
sour, gassy or out-of-order stomach
surely within five minutes.
If your meals don't tit comfortably,
or what you eat lies like a lump of j
lead in your stomach, or if you have
heartburn, that is a sign of indiges
tion. (let from your pharmacist a fifty
cent case of I'ape's Diapepsin aud
take a dose just as soon as you cn.
There will be no sour risings. no
belching of undigested food mixed
with .acid, no stomach gas or heart
burn, fullness or heavy feeling in the
stomach, nausea, debilitating head
aches, dizizness or intestinal griping.
This will all go, and. besides, ther
will be no sour f od left over in the
stomach to poison your breath with
nauseous odors.
1'ape's Diapepsin Ls a certain cure
lor out-of-order stomachs, because it
takes hold of your food and digests it
just the same as if your stomach was
not there.
Relief in five minutes from all stom
ach misery is waiting for you at any
drug store.
These large fifty-cent cases contain
enough "Pane's Diapepsin" to keep
the entire family fre from stomach
disorders and indigestion for many
months. It b longs in your home.
Ad vert isement.
Clifford B. Roe of Chicago, head
of the American Vigilance association,
will speak at the Elks' temple in
South Bend Oct. 27, under the aus
pices of the Florence Crittenden cir
cle and the Ministerial association.
Announcement to that effect was
made at an important meeting of the
circlo Wednesday afternoon at the
homo of Mrs. Robert Elbel, 42S N.
Michigan st. The meeting, which was
largely attended by both members
and guests, was addressed by Rev. H.
It. Hostetter, Rabbi Abram Cronbach
and Miss Carrie Rein.
Mrs. Robert Harris, who was re
cently elected president of the circle,
resigned on account of ill health, and
Mrs. Ralph Harris, who previously
held the office, was reelected. To
take her place as vice president Mrs.
Robert Elbel was elected. The rescue
ccrjmittee reported five new cases
(iuTl.'g the month of September and
g.v.e favorable reports of a number
c ;ir' already in charge of the so
ciety. he subject of Rev. Mr. Hostetter's
AV!Q "Ideals." He spoke particu
tftTY; Ti,f right ideals for young people.
hof !g how they are often led astray
Cjj books and bad company.
:u'atji Cronbach made an earnest
pica for more men in the organization
as the work carried on by the circle
is a duty falling alike upon men and
women. Rev. Mr. Decker also spoke
brielly in regard to Mr. Roe and
work. Miss Rein gave n report
work in England and Scotland of
terest to tho circle.
The next regular meeting will
Nov. 19.
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FINISH TESTIMONY.
NEW YORK, Oct. 16. The federal
arbitration board Wednesday finished
taking testimony in the wage con
troversy between the eastern railroads
and their conductors and trainmen.
The law requires that decision must
be announced by Oct. The arbi
trators will meet daily in private ses
sion until they reach a decision.
WOOL DUSTERS. Regular 7."c
dusters 4 5c at Coonlev Drug Store.
Advt.
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This photograph shows Pirst Oificer H. P. Miller of the Volturno, who
lost his life "when that ship was burned in mid-ocean.
His young bride was coming to America on the Kroonland, which was
due to arrive in New York at about the same time as the Volturno. When
the Volturno sent out the "S. O. S." call the Kroonland was among the 11
boats who rushed to the rescue. From the deck of the Kroonland, which
etood by, helpless, the young bride saw her husband direct the seating of
women ard children in the. first lifeboat.
She 8v v him climb into the boat, and she saw the boat lowered to tho
water. Then she saw the savage arms of the sea dash the cockleshell,
with its human cargo, against the side of the sinking ship.
NATIVES WILL CONTROL
THE PHILIPPINE BOARD
Selection of Four 3Ien is the First
Step of Self Government
For Island.
WASHINGTON, Oct. 16. Pres.
Wilson and Secy. Garrison Wednesday
selected the following Filipinos to be
members of the Philippine commis
sion: Victorino Mapa, Jaime C. de
Veyra, Vicente Ilustre, Vicente Sing
son. Mapa will be secretary of finance
and justice.
The fifth Filipino commissioner will
be Rafael Palma, who since 1908 has
been the only native on the commis
sion. His resignation was not ac
cepted. The designation of five natives to
majority control of the committee of
nine marks the first step in the policy
of the Wilson administration aiming
at self government and ultimate inde
pendence for the Philippines. Gov.
Gen. Harrison recommended the na
tive commissioners, stating that they
were among the most prominent and
best educated of the islanders.
The names will go to the senate
Thursday.
NATIONAL COLORS WILL
PREVAIL IN SOX SUITS
CHICAGO, Oct. 16. The national
colors are to predominate in tho uni
forms which will be worn by tlv Chi
cago White Sox in their world's tour
with the New York Giants. The play
ers will be provided with two sets of
uniforms, one having a background
of blue and the other or white.
One set of stockings will be hluo
with red and white stripes. The oth
er set will be white with blue and red
stripes. On the sleeve of each uni
form will be a small United States
flag. The neck bands will bear a
United States shield.
OTHER! IS CHILD'S
SIKH SOUR, SICE?
GIRL COMMITTED SUICIDE
Police Find a Bullet Hole in Her
Skull.
Tl IOM ASVILLE. Ga.. Oct. W.
That Dorothy Haug, whose body was
found in her room at a boarding
house here Monday, committed sui
cide and was not murdered, as had
been supposed, was revealed Wednes
day when an autopsy disclosed a bul
let in the skull. The authorities have
virtually accepted this explanation of
the girl's death.
It has been believed Miss Hang's
skull was crushed with a club and
that a revolver found near her body
had been used by the girl in defend
ing herself.
COOXLEY LAX-ATI V K '"OUC.tr
BALSAM. Works off a cold. Guaran
teed.
Store.
-oc and F0c at Coonlev
Drug
AdvL
If Cross, Feverish, Constipated,
Give "California Syrup of
Figs."
Don't scold your fretful, peevish
child. See if tongue is coated; this is
a sure sign its little stomach, liver and
bowels are clogged with sour waste.
When listless, pale, feverish, full of
cold, breath bad. throat sore, doesn't
eat, sleep or act naturally, has stom
ach ache, indigestion, diarrhoea, give
a teaspoonful of "California Syrup of
Figs," and in a few hours all the foul
waste, the sour bile nd fermenting
food passes out of the bowels, and you
have a well and playful child again.
Children love this harmless fruit lax
ative." and mothers can rest easy af
ter giving it, because it never fails to
make their little "insides" clean and
sweet.
Mother! A little
a sick child to
the genuine. Ask
a r0-eent bottle of
of Fius," which
babies, children of
for grown-ups plainly on
Remember there are
Keep it handy,
given today saves
morrow, but get
your druggist for
"California Syrup
has directions for
all ages and
the bottle.
Try NEWS-TIMES WANT ADS
counterfeits sold here, so surely look
and see that vours is made by the
"California Fig Syrup Company."
Don't be fooled! Advt.
Have
You
Received
Your
''Shopper's
Book"
Yet?
The second distribution of these convenient
books is now going on
If you are a charge customer at Wyman's,
ycu are entitled to one. If you arc a cash cus'
fomcr, you can have one for the asking
Your name and address printed on small
gum labels to hand to the clerk for "charge"
or "delivery" or "charge and delivery" saves
eivors saves spelling out name and street
simplifies shopping It is a wonderful help.
Exclusive with Wyman's in South Bend.
If you do not get your book soon ask at
the office for it We want you to have it.
A Few of the Specials in Our
Fall Ivlerckandise Sale
They Might Interest You
Children's Union Suits, white or
cream, ribbed fleeced, a good, suit
Special 45c.
Children's Vests and Pants, ribbed
and fleeced garments, white and
cream, Special 22c.
Children's Hose One ly one rib
bed heavy cotton, size 5l to 10.
SpeciahSc.
Men's Medium. Weight Suits, rib
bed a three season suit, regular
1.00, Specie. 89c.
Ladies' Vests and Pants ribbed
and fleeced regular sizes Special
19c.
Ladies' Union Suits W hite, rib
bed and fleeced, out sizes only, regu
lar 1.00, Special 89c.
Boys' Sweater Coats With V col
lar, in oxford, navy or red trim, sizes
26 to 32. Regular 75c, Special 49c.
Men's Sweater Coats with high
collar, heavy, in brown, navy and ox
ford, Regular 1.00, Special at 76c.
Wool Mixed Blankets, with same weave as woolen blanket
white with pink or blue border. Regular 4.50, Special 2.95.
Black Silk Lisle Hose, medium weight, double heel and toe. Out
sizes. Regular 50c, Special 39c.
GEO. WYMAN
CO.
South Bend
Come and See Us
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WANTS PIPE LINE LAW
HELD CONSTITUTIONAL
Solicitor General Davis Says It Would
he Just as Proper as the
IJquor Iaws."
WASHINGTON. Oct. 16. Solicitor
den. Davis argued before the su
preme court Wednesday for reversal
of the commerce court's action in de
claring the ''pipe line law" unconsti
tutional. He contended that the law
was passed in l'.06 to free the coun
try from the oil monopoly and thai
a court order for the dissolution of
the monopoly entered since f Lirrii-b !.'
no reason for annulling the law.
He argued that it was just .im
proper for the government to impose
tinancif l loss upon pipe lines by re
quiring them to carry their competi
tors oil. with reasonable charges, as
it was for the states to pass liquor
laws resulting in losses to 1 reweries.
John C. Milburn for the Ohio Oil
company, the Standard Oil company
New Jersey and the Standard Oil
company of Iyiuisiana. urped that
the government had no power to say
that a company which had built its
ipo line on its own property for its
private use, should be a common
carrier and subject to the regulation
of the interstate commerce commission.
For a Quick Job
w can put enough skilled men
to work to finish it le any given
time. The workmanship and
materials are always tho same
the bst to bo had anywhere.
No matter whether your Job bo
large or small, or what kind of
a plumbing Job it may be, we
can handle tt to your perfect sat
isfaction. Get our estimates.
Hear what your neighbors say of
our work.
Thos. Williams
Rubber Novelties of Ail
Kinds at
THE RUBBER STORE,
2G6 S. Michigan St.
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