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THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES.
ITtlDAY, OCTOH'ir. 17,1 01.".. iVANT PUBLICITY ON PRISON CONDITIONS lnle- flovcrnmont Takes Up Ques tion Priori Awxiation Will . Do tin Work. SAFETY AT SEA TAKEN UP BY THE SENATORS Mcmlers of Senate i;pres Opinion That More Adequate. Iiaws are Xcedetl lliully. INDIANAPOLIS. Ort. 17. A reso lution recommending that the gov ernment have a national prison com mission to supervise th federal pen- itc.-.!laries and al-o to lnd aid in the management of .state prisons, was adapted at the closing '.-ion of the American prison as.-i t iation here Thursday niu'ht. The ronimision would 1 appoint ed hy the pnsid-nt 'uwi the president of he association wa.s instructed to name a committee of five to place the jToposition before Pres. Wilson and the attorney general On motion of Y. 11. .Moycr, warden of the federal penitenlary at Atlanta, fla.. It was decided to find means where by complete and authentic in formation concerning the actual con ditions existrrig in prisons of this country, could he .secured and pub lished. Unless this can be accom-pli.-hed through the, government the association will undertake to do so itself. ATTRACTIVE Ml Always Fascinates Parisian Sage Makes Hair That is Dull, Faded or Thin, Abund ant and Gloriously Radiant. WASHINGTON, 'ct. 16. Safety at sea for travelers and improved work ing conditions for pallors on merchant ships were taken up In the senate Thursday when debate began on the Seaman's servitude bill. The Volturno disaster tigured prominently in the discussion. Senators expressed the opinion that more adequate laws on loading of cargoes and requiring higher ellick-ncy in crews would do much to preont similar catastr pines'. Sen. lif. Hette charged that large shipping interests had prevented ade quate reform for years. Ho presented a substitute for the bill which would go farther in requiring an absolute test of efficiency for seamen on ocean liners. Uir drills and life boat drills can not be had on ocean vessels, the sen ator contended, under conditions ap proaching those which confront a ship's crew at the time if disaster at sea. The greatest safety, he said, lies in a law that uill require an -adequate number of seamen, thoroughly trained. The senate has agreed to vote not later than Oct. 22. The measure passed the last congress but was pocket-vetoed bv Pres. Taft. THICK, GLOSSY HAIR FREE FROM DANDRUFF Girls! Try It! Your Hair Gets Soft, Fluffy and Luxuriant at Once. Hvery girl and woman, too, wants to be beautiful and attractive it's her birthright but unsightly, or thin and characterless hair destroys half the beauty of the most attractive face. I your hair is not fascinating. Is thinning out, full of dandruff, dry or If the scalp itches and burns, begin at once the use of Parisian Sage. It will double the beauty of the hair, cool and invigorate the scalp, and the first application removes the dandruff. It is the hair tonic par excellence, containing the proper el ements to supply hair needs and make the hair soft, wavy , lustrous and abundant. Parisian Sag is sold at all drug and toilet, counters In r.O cent bottles s pleasant and refreshing, daintily perfumed neither greasy or stick v. Wettick's Original Kut Hate Medicine Store recommends It. Advt. CANDIDATES ARE HEARD CitizenV Party Leaders Make Short Addresses. Try NEWS-TIMES WANT ADS About 200 hundred citizens of the first ward turned out Thursday night at the Colfax school where the open ing in the citizens party's campaign was fired. E. A. Martin and Lenn J. Oare spoke, followed by a few remarks by Fred Keller, candidate for mayor in which he told the voters what he intended doing if he is elect ed. I,. 1 Hardy presided at the meet ing. Several .songs were rendered by a quartet. THINK MISSING MAN HAS BEEN FOUND AT BELFAST An old man believed to be Chas. Schopp of this city, who mysteriously disappeared last week, has been found near Belfast, five miles north of Laporte, by the police and word has been sent to the Schopp home in hopes of ascertaining if he is the unknown man. The man appears to he slightly de mented according to 'the police. A son of the missing man left the city Friday morning to identify him. SQV 1NVM S3IAII1-SM3NAJ1 If you care for heavy hair, that glistens with beauty and is radiant with life; has an incomparable, soft ness and is fluffy and lustrous, try Danderine. Just one application doubles the beauty of your hair; besides it imme diately dissolves every particle of dandruff; you cannot have nice, heavy healthy hair if you lu ve dandruff. This destructive scurf robs the hair of its lustre, its strenetn and its very life, anu if not overcome it produces a feverishness and itching of the scalp; the hair roots famish, loosen and die; then the hair falls out fast. If your hair has been neglected and is thin, faded, dry, scraggy or too oily, get a 25 cent bottle of Knowl ton Danderine at any drug store or toilet counter; apply a little as direct ed and ten minutes after you will say this was the best investment you ever made. We sincerely believe, regardless of everything else advertised, that if you desire soft, lustrous, beautiful hair and lots of it no dandruff no itch ing scalp and no more falling hair you must use Knowlton's Danderine. If eventually why not now Advt. LOST CHILDREN SO SHE WENT OUT ON A DRUNK Her children were taker, away from her several monthj ago and placed in the care of her mother-in-law, and this was the excuse Mrs. Celia Wroblewski gave for being drunk Thursday night ' and causing trouble at her mother-in-law's resi dence. Judge Farabaugh. however, could not see that that was sufficient reason and fined her $1 and costs. She will stay at the county jail 11 days. y v ' t f v " -v r Tf -v 'i v r LETTERS FROM THE PEOPLE. V V V V V y Jf -4 To the Editor of the South Hend News: Wednesday night's Tribune had a labored article on the Methodist church site. It attempted to put the blame for the proposed purchase of that property on your shoulders and on the committee of respectable citi-i.-. ns who innocently signed the peti tion to the county , commissioners. This is indeed begging the question. The fact remains that the crowd who tried to sell the county the gold brick are now hollering the loudest for Keller They're all behind him even though its "way behind". They had used every means to cajole and work the commissioners and failed largely bevau'e the present city administra tion used what inlluence it had to save the taxpayers" money. Now they hope to cet the chief mogul himself in the major's chair so that his pull shall be in the right direction. Hence, this frenzied elTorts to boost Keller to get power to put the deal over. Aside from all other considerations can an intelligent citizen help this crowd of exploiters get into the county treasury i by electing their chief mayor. That property was bought for the chief pur pose of unloading on the county and for no other use. If not why all this delay? Why wait till after election and the inaugurating of the new mavor for the erection of the big building? Why? A THUE PROGRESSIVE. CRUMSTOWN REVIVAL TO END ON SATURDAY Series of Meetings Conducted !y the Personal Workers' League is a Success. One of the oldest men of Crums town. William Reeves. Thursday niuht added his name to the list of those that have come forward at the re vival services held there under the direction of the Personal Workers league of South liend, making a total in all of for the two weeks' work. There are two more meeting nights before the services clos. Rev. J. H. Evans delivered the ser mon Thursday nU'ht. on "Consider What You Do". He said the people had a big opportunity and urized them to make use of it. Rev. F. K. Dougherty will preach Friday night and Rev. James L. (Jardiner will close the series Saturday night. Meetings will probably be held every Sunday ni-'ht during the winter by the leacue. The Personal Workers' league has completed arrangements for a two weeks' series of meetings to be held at Dydick beginning Monday night. Pastors of this city will deliver the sermons and the best South Rend talent available will be s cured. A program is being arranged by X I"). Iovelnnd. president of the b ague. mar. entomologist of th" V. depart ment of agriculture, was h"t and killed Friday by . J. In land, a drug gist, who was huntinz in th Capltan mountains. Prof. Ilammar was mar ried only tuo month ago to Miss Marian Herner, .laughter of a Par kers burg. W a., new saper man. ELOPED WITH HER SISTER THE WORM WILL TURN HUNTER KILLS SCIENTIST MISTAKEN FOR DEER MOrNIVILbK. V. Va.. Oct. 17. One hour after his sweetheart. Gladys Or:sv !l. had li'.ted him. Harold Fos ter, a i ihip!M n. stationed at tho Norfolk Tiav ard. loped with The resa. , s:-t r : J!'.d. Ft u r had warned ;iads that if she did not marry him he would bp" with Tre-resa. nOSAT.LL N. M.. Oct. taken for a deer, Prof. M. 17..Mis if. Ham- Try NEWS-TIMES WANT ADS HAS POISON IVY PLATFORM MONTCLAIR. X. J., Oct. 17. David Paine, democratic candidate for town council, is maUng a campaign against poison ivy, a. a menace to children and grown ups alike. Blackheads, blotches and pimples are caused by the improper action of the bowels. Hollister's Rocky Moun tain Tea regulates the bowels, makis your complexion clear and beautiful, gives you that healthy look. 35 cents. Tea or Tablets. Coonley Drug Store. Advt. Editor News-Times. In regard to an article on the time of closing the downtown stores in the "On the Aisle" column Sunday we do not deem It businesslike or quite chivalrous for one who does not toll to fritter away his time denouncing those who do. Our merchants find that instead of injuring their busi ness, it has greatly increased, or at hast that is the ease where we are employed, and if closing the. stores on Monday does this and more for, if, as the writer infers in helping the little merchants by sending them more trade, it has served a double purpose. If the writer of said article would don a whole pair of eyeglasses in stead of a monocle, his vision would become more clear and he could then see us "as others better posted do. Our customers are highly pleased with the pr'sent arrangement. If it does not meet with the approval of the writer of said article, we are sorry Indeed, and suggest that he might fol- Llow those whom he says go out of town to shop, and stay there as long as it pleases him. We do not live lv our pen, but by the sweat of our brow, being employed in one of the first-class stores of the city. THE MAJORITY. FIND TOST RING. WTNSLOW. N. J.. Oct. 17. A wed ding ring, .lost nearly seven years ago, was found buried six inches under ground here. Its owner, Henry Kramer, had accused a farm hand of stealing it. , 77TZ STYLE SHOP w WOMEN 'Now for a Great Untrimmed Hat Sale New untrimmed feh hats, the latest styles, in every jmaginahle color and black, worth up to $3.50, on sale beginning tomorrow. The regular values rangeup to $3.50 and none are worthless than $1.50 Your Choice Tomorrow 79c 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 o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o 71 i-t'- 1:1 TV T7 F m HMM h u L 1j 11 1 I i. mi nrH 1 1 Z3C 3 ness M Everything O -el bale, d 7 lbs c ready for the urine which this m n n (0) Com 63,000 I New F M teeaiipdt tomorrow mornin WMOB fully bargains you ever heard of and . you M C expecting not will emni(EMTdDer yw? DMimey to, Come and see the goods and k . ill or: m yeiffl ws to be fitL. get h We OPEN 17 Ha 'NING All Stamps Discontinued This Sale e prices HARRY 3ALfff&eft Know 3 Pi j-., AAAAAAAAAAAAAAI yyy W wv'V'V Tv y V V o- o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o v 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 etirins from 1M Busi d h aisappo i reatest nted Enough : vou 11 be d h S TORE OPEN n EVENIN All Stamps Discontinued This Sale i