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ltiE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES.
l tlI).Y( CXJlOIlIJlt 2S, 1913. DEATHS mykti.i: may Mu;m:i:. Myrtle May Lundsreen. '21 yearn ! old. died .-it the heme of her father. William W. Allen, 712 Blaine aw. .Monday morning at 11 o'clock after an illness of seven weeks, Rheuma tism and complications were the cauye of death. The decas d is survived by her father, one "laughter. Burnett, ii nd two hlsters. Miss Martha AlWn and Mrs. rville Hayes, all of South J'end. S'he was born in South Bend July 1, 18 SC. Fumral arrangement have not been completed. Burial will le in liivcrview cemetery. ANTO.VI IlANSZAIv Dills. Antoni Iian?zak. I?., died Sunday Tnornin; at 11 o'clock at his home. 1T4 3 W. Dunham Ht. Funeral services will be held Tuesday mornint; at 8:20 o 'clock from St. Patrick's church. JSurial will be made in the St. Jo-t-eph Polish koman Catholic cemetery "SI8UP OF FIGS" FOR COHSIIPAIEO CHILD Delicious "Fruit Laxative" Can't Harm Stomach, Liver and Bowels. Kvcry mother realizes, after sivinp Iter children "California Syrup of VR9." that this is their Ideal laxative, because they love its pleasant taste and it thoroughly cleanses the tender little stomach, liver and bowels with out prriplnp. When cross, Irritable, feveriM or "breath is bad, stomach sour, look at the. tongue, mother! If coated look at the tonirue, mother! If coated ive u teaspoonful of this harmless "fruit laxative', and In a few hours all the foul, constipated waste, sour bile and undigested food passes out of the bowels, and you have a well, playful child apaln. When its little system is full of cold, sort throat, has stomach ache, diarrhoea, indigestion. colic, remember a fjood "inside cleaning" should always be the llrst treatment Kiven. Millions of mothers keep "Califor nia Syrup of Fis" handy; they know a teaspoonful today saves a sick child tomorrow. Ask your drutrlst for a r0-cent bottle of "California Sqrup of Fisjs." which has directions for babies, children of all uses and Krown-ups printed on tho bottle. Be ware of counterfeits sold here, so don't ho foo.ed. Get the penulne, made by "California Fig- Syrup Com pany." Advt. File Cured In 6 to 14 Iayi. Inirs:its refund moTier if PAZO OIXT MKNT f.iils to oure Itrhlni?. Wind. Weed ing or I'rotnifnpr I'ilew. First nnplivn frives relief .W Advt. Mil We have sold Thousands of Dollars worth of Merchandise this sale but we still have many, many Thousands of Dollars yet to sell Plenty of goods in every Department days and days to come. We are now rearranging remarking and condens ing all stocks to the least possible space for quick selling. Reserve stocks are being brought down. Some second floor stocks to be removed to Main Floor and remarked for quick riddance and a general shaping up of entire store for- I 4 JUL. r w Bargains Galore for all Who May Come and at Prices Still Lower than the Lowest Unheard of Prices Mr. Salinger is positively retiring from business and said that this Great Stock of Merchandise must be sold regardless of any cost whatsoever which is practically at your own price. Supply your needs now for seasons to come and save much more than you spend. SI OPEN EVENINGS All Groceries At Wholesale Cost REAL ESTATETRANSFERS IYom tho ItecortI of the Indiana Title & Loan Co. Houth Bend Improvement Co. t'" Farmers' Securities Co., part lots 152 and -33, o p South Bend; 157,500. Howard Iorint; and w to Marvin I.. P.;;ssell, lot 5, Kinzle & Goods sub; Jl.O'J. Same to same, part lots 72 and 72, Henry S'tudebaker's 1st add; 51.00. Mary Schuster and hus. to the Free Methodist church of I liver Park, lot 61, o p Fordham; $300. ' Martha J. Henderson and hus. to Franklin P. Simpson and w, lot 3, Bat ten's sub dlv: $1.0 0. Franklin P. Simpson and w to Mar tha J.' Henderson and hus. same as next above; 11. U0. PORTERS' JOBS SLIPPING Public May Have to Wield Whbk 11 room Unless Tlioy Tip. CHICAGO. Oct. 2 8. Arrangements were made Monday, for serving notice on the traveling public that unless there is more generosity shown in the tipping of pullman porters, passen gers will wield the whisk broom and lug grips without assistance. At the same time the Pullman com pany will be asked to increase the por ters wages. K. W. Bell, secretary of the newly formed union of porters, paid the men received $2.50 a month from the company and were oxpected to make the rest of their living ex penses off tips. DRIVERS OF U. S. MAIL TRUCKS GO ON STRIKE Complain That Tliey Werv Forced to SjkhhI to Make Trains and Fear Arrest. Ni:V YOItK, Oct. 2S .Seventy chauffeurs employed to transport United States mail on motor trucks went on strike without warning Mon day night. The entire section south of Forty-fifth street was affected. This district includes the General postof fice and branches at railroad termi nals and steamship piers. The drivers in discussing the strike complained that they were compelled to drive through the streets at high speed in order to "make" trains. They said they understood that Police Com missioner Waldo, as a result of re cent accidents had instructed his men to arrest mail automobile drivers if found speeding. u xi) minora o pi :i iati o x. Mrs. P. P. DuComb of IakeYil?e. well known in this city, !s recovering at Epworth hospital from an opera tion for gall stones performed Friday by Drs. Stoltz and Terry. Although Mrs. DuComb is nearly 70 years old she withstood the operation well and is now believed to be safely past the crisis. wi Your money back if you want it that's fair isn't it? sick, sour stomach, TO FIGHT WESTERN IIIGESW OR Gis umoN WITH POSTAL Pape's Diapepsin" Makes Upset Stomachs Feel Fine in Five Minutes. Wonder what upset your stomach which portion of the food did the damage, do you? Well, don't both er. If your stomach is in a revolt: if sour, gassy and upset, and what you just ate has fermented into stub born lumps; head dizzy and aches; belch gases and acids and eructate undigested food; breath foul, tongue coated just take a little Pape's Dia pepsin and in five minutes you won der what became of the indigestion and distress. Millions of men and women today know that it is needless to have a bad stomach. A little Diapepsln oc casionally keeps this delicate organ regulated and they eat their favorite foods without fear. If your stomach doesn't take care of your liberal limit without rebellion; if your food is a damage instead of a help, remember the quickest, surest most harmless relief is Pape's Dia pepsin, which costs only fifty cents for a large case at drug stores. It's truly wonderful it digests food and sets things straight, so gently and easily that it is really astonishing. Please, for your sake, don't go on and on with a weak, disordered stomach; it's so unnecessary. Advt. RELIGIOUS EXPERTS ARE CALLED AT KIEV Much of Testimony in Melius Case is Based on Hearsay From Converted Jews. KIEV, Oct. 28 The second act of the Beiliss trial was begun Monday, with the submission of evidence of medical and religious experts on the alleged practice of ritual murder. Strangely enough in an Orthodox country. Father Prenaites, a Roman Catholic priest, figures as the prin cipal ecclesiastical denunciator of the Jews. The testimony of the Orodox Arch imandrite Ambrosious was read Monday, giving with much detail al leged ritual murder practices, but all were based on hearsay from con verted Jews. Part of the day was occupied by the reading of the min utes of the preliminary inquiry. A serious affray occurred Monday afternoon at Lrf)dz between Christian and Jewish army recruits. Only the prompt action of the police prevented a pogrom. Wf IVI O-PP II V (iiLSOX (lAKDXFK. WASHINGTON. Oct. 2 b. Anyone looking for cheap food will be inter ested in a bulletin Just issued by the department of agriculture, calling at tention to the value of cowpeas and KatMr corn for human consumption. Cowpeas have been raised in the south extensively as a fertilizing crop. When they et big enough, the crop is plowed under. Kaffir corn is raised as a fodder. It now appears that Katttr cornmeal is just as palatable and ex actly as nourishing, as proved by chemical analyses, as ordinary ' corn meal. Cowpeas are just as nourishing and good to eat as beans. Kaitir cornmeal is worth three cents a pound, while ordinary cornmeal costs six cents and upwards. Cowpeas can be bought by the bushel. The de partment publisnes i vot of recipes for cooking and preparing these articles for the table. There is serious question in the minds of congressmen who are pre paring to introduce legislation looking to government ownership and opera tion of telegraphs and telephones whether it will be best to purchase ex isting lines, or construct a new sys tem. There is some consideration also be ing given to the purchase of the com peting Postal system and using it in government hands against the Western Union. Investigations carried on by the Interstate Commerce commission, and by Cong. Lewis of Maryland, and others, reveal the enormous inflation by stock watering of the Western Un ion properties. This company is now capitalized at more than $100,000,000. Its original investment was $150,000. In 1852 its capital stock was $2 40,000. In 1858 this had risen to $3S5,700. Its ab sorption of the Brownsville, Neb., to alt Lake City telegraph line, gave an opportunity for enormous stock water ing. This' line "had originally cost in cash $147,000. When the Western Union acquired it, the absorption w as accomplished by issuing $2,000,000 worth of stock, making the total Western Union capitalization up to that time $3,000.-000. on an actual val uation of something like $500,000. In 1863, the company cut a juicy melon. A stock dividend of $3,000,000 was declared, thus increasing the pro portion of water to valuation so that it stood at about five to one. The same year $1,678,0 00 of new stock was issued to buy other properties, so that by the year 1864 the total capitaliza tion was $11,000,000. This was all so easily accomplished that the owners decided to keep on with the good thing. In 1865 another one hundred percent stock dividend was declared, raising the capitalization to $22,000, 000. In 1867 the capitalization had Increased to $41,049,000. By 1895 the capitalization had reach ed the enormous total of $95,000,000. It is estimated that at that time the jactual investments in the property rep- n There is nothing nicer for thebaththan this good soap. You 11 be fascinated with its delightful odor of roses; you'll always prefer it once you try it. JAF ROSE "The Bubble Bath" SOAP' containing purest glycerine is a healing and beautify ing, a scnt for the skin. Sold at I Oc by good mer chants the world over. ? i James S. Kirk ic Co.. Chicago 4 resening values was probably some where around $30,-000,000. "The entire plant could probably be duplicated new for $20,000,000. CELEBRATES ANNIVERSARY Local Cigar Store AVas Three Years Old Monday. Schafer and Platner. cigar dealers, celebrated their third anniversary Monday night. The store was beau tifully decorated with palms, chrysan themums, potted plants and autumn foliage. Neatly shaded lights were scattered over the room. Music was furnished by Elbel's orchestra and a Negro quartet. Appropriate souvenirs were given. Women who were present were shown over the place by clerks and attendants and each was given a sou venir box of candy. The gentlemen were presented with all sorts of smok ers articles. M. J. Platner of Chicago, son of George Platner, was one of the guests of the evening. ItKCOVITK 201 DODIKS. DAWSON, X. M.. Oct. 28 The to tal number of bodies recovered from Stag Canon mine No. Ii, which was wrecked by an explosion last Wed nesday, was increased Monday night 3C Tv I Every G HOME TALENT SHOW TO BE STAGED BY MOOSE Iical I.mlsc Makes ArningtMnents to Glw Performances t Ollwr j rforniauccs i in November. Members of the Loyal Order of , Moose, No. 3 T , will stat;e a home tal- I ent performance at the Oliver theater on Nov. IS and Mr. Jerter of Ko komo who staged the show last year will have charge of the work. His proposition was accepted by the lodu Monday night. Many of the members will iro to Klkhart Thursday night to attend tin lecture to be given by Uodney II. Brandon, supreme secretary. Special cars are to leave Mishawaka. Tin in vitation was extemfed the local lodge by the Klkhart members. i 1 1 1 omi rrr-r hot tiiiiii OF A SECOND TERM Say He Wants to Do lTeent Job Well Defore lMaiiiiin? For Another. WASHINGTON. Oct. 2S. Political Washington is gossiping about Pres. Wilson's speech at CongTess hall. Phil adelphia, when he declared. "If you think too much about being re-elected, it is very difficult to be worth re electing." Prominent democrats familiar with the president's point of view, declared he was not giving the slightest con corn to anything but the four years ahead. t "I don't care a continental about a second term," the president is quoted by some of his friends as having said not long ago. "I have been elected to one job and I must first do that well." Discussing the president's speech a cabinet member declared it was a typ ical utterance of Mr. Wilson's, that the president was thinking only of the work before him and its accomplish ment and not of the political future. LEVY SUCCUMPS TO MERCURY POISONING NEW YORK. 0t. -$ Isaac Levy the wealthy Hrooklyn manufacturer- who took bichloride of mercury eigm days ago by mistake, for headache powders, died at noon Monday. Mr. Levy was conscious Just before his death. Taking hold of the hand of his wife, Ka.ch.el. who was sitting by his bed, he kissed it and said: "I guess this is the end; I feel that death is very near." Then he again became unconscious and soon his breathing ceased. The fight made by Levy against death was more remarkable than that of P. Sanders Walker,' the Macon, Ga., banker, last May. For at least three days Levy kept himself alive by the sheer exercise of his will power. to 201. Normal conditions are being rapidly restored. OPEN svrm mm epartMi BAYS All Groceries At Wholesale Cost Ei SOOTHES D R CATARRH ILLS Whrri yo-i hav f ri'i-:.t .-nc-ezii..: Its. 'tickling in fh- throat, crusts in the nose. :pasrr.s of coir-rhinc, raiding of nuioiis. droppings in th thrn.i: and otYcnsive breath, you are affect ed with catarrh. Immediate step should b taken to remedy this con dition or thf ailment will increase and a chronic- and serious stage of tin di-a"f r '.ilt. At the !irt symptoms of catarrh, use Hyomei as sold by druggists e -erywhere. It is a sci -initio medicated air treatment, that dues not drug and derange thf ttom aoh. but is breathed in through th Ilyorm-i inhab-r. ef fectively destroying the disease germ that may lurk in the nos-. thro.) and luncs. and quickly soothes and heals the irritated mucous membraio-. Hyomei ; sold by Wettick's Km Kate Medicine Store with an agree ment to refund the purchase price t any one who is not beiietited. (et It now. and be cured of catarrh. Com plete outfit, including inhaler and a bottle of liquid. $1."0. Advt. CONVENTION POSTPONED Smallpox at Sydney. Australia. iicn a- tin Ileaoii. BOSTON. Oot. -s. .. Smallpox in Sydney. Australia, has eaued the in definite postponement of the World s Christian Endeavor convention, whih was to have beep h .'Id in that cit early in March. 1914. according to a cabb'trram given out Monday night by the Rev. Dr. Francis E. Clark, pres ident of the organization. KILLED HY rro. DECATUR. HI.. Oct. Dr. Claude E. Hums di-d Monday at Dement as a result of an automobile accident late Sunday night. Hlinded by the rnin. Hums orove into a ditch and his head was crushed by ). steering wheel when the automobile turned over. Colds. Cousin WcukThroati. Aye Cherry r b Pectoral Seld for 70 years. J. C. AytrC-v. Ask Nour Doctor. I IV u n I EVENINGS ES, HEALS a