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THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES.
DEADLOCK OVER S
BILL THREATENS
SECRET SERVICE HER '
Government - Owned Central
Bank Substitute in the Cur
rency Bill is Not Approved
by Committee Members.
GUARD HAIL TRUCKS
WASmXCTi X. (H. 2 A threat-
anl curr'-n'-y fMrnniitt--' ovt th-
proposal t SMlt-titut' a co mrm nt-
uvnd central Kink for th- i Clonal
rcrc I'unk plan in th- .idminiMia
tion currency )!!, lw.-t :n- aj;:ir-nt
Tuf-lay utun th
-iiini it? - -
cn.sifleratiori of thy
1 .''-Tan
c -x' cutive
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Discussion va nntiin-il to the ( n
tral r-sTVf bank M h m-. and while
no vote was taken the l-iat- dis
closed senator for th K'v-rn-ment-controlle.l
central bank and six
for th administration regional .sys
tem. Thf live republicans on the com
mittee. Senators ' k. McLean, Nel
?on, Crawford 'and 1 Jristow. .ironed
fo th central bank scheme. They
re joined by .-'en. Hitchcock, one
Of the democrat Who has oppose. the
administration bill in many of its pro
visions. Senators Uee,i and '(Jor
man, who had expressed themselves
In favor of the central bank plank.
swunK into line with the other demo
crat for the adrninistration plan. The
vote was delayed until Wednesday and
Chairman Owen, at the close of Tues
day evening's s-s.mo.i said that he be
lieved that the administration plan
would be finally adopted..
"Both sides have shown a concilia
tory disposition." he said, "and I be
lieve the vote Wednesday will dispose
of the matter to e eryhody's satisfac
tion. The matter-will he thoroughly
discussed before a, vote is taken."
Xi:W VOIiK, Oct. 2'J. Guarded by
j'ola men and federal secret service
men. the l'nite,i States mails were
beine; moved about the city Tuesday
on normal schedules that had been
interi upte.i for nv ai ly J hours by 1-.".
.-trikin-,' mail truck driv rt". i'ost-ma.-ter
Morgan said there was now
no delay in transportation between
postottlcvs and railroad and steamship
terminals.
.Milkers and sympathizers made sev
eral attacks on trucks Tuesday. In
K.hth av., after stoning the drier
and the policeman or? the seat they
set hie t, the truck. An alarm was
turned in but the driver .and the po-lic-man
nut out the ilames before th
engines arrived.
Anions those arrested during the
day was Patrick Johnson, who said
he was vice president of the local
branch of the Chauffeurs union that Is
conducting the strike. Johnson and
other prisoners were Held by a I'nited
States commissioner on a charge of
interfering with. the transportation of
mails.
Otti cers of the Postal Transfer .Ser
vice Co.. which ha.; the contract to
carry mails, said on Tuesday nisht
that the men's demands. including
union recognition. would not be
granted ami that none of the .strikers
would be reinstated.
LINCOLN CIVIC MEETING
Samuel IVttinlll Principal Shaker
of hv Y.vn.
Atty. Samuel PettinKill, in his ad
dress, "The .'nMuence of the Bible on
the Law." at Lincoln school Tuesday
r.lsht. explained how. to a t'reat
extent, the modern methods of law
yers are but repetitions of those in j
common use in the days of the Is-
j raelitcs. There were KO members
; present, and a special program had
b en prepared. Councilman like of
the seventh ward, was present and
made a short talk. He spoke on the
topic, "Social Centers and the Good
They Have Done in the Communities
in Which They Are Located."
The rest of the program consisted
of a vocal solo by Howard Dawley,
and a piano duct by the Misses Gladys
Murray and Ruth Knell.
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SICK STOMAGH
NTS
CHARLES DEAN ACQUITTED
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TAMMfiK v nu. Dn
uni uuniiULU
ARE 10 BE PROBED
Charged With Complicity
Hobbery (iocs I'rcc.
in
Mi-o-na Soothes the Irritate-.
Membranes, Stimulates am
Strengthens the Stomach.
Mi-o-na is one of the most effectiv
and .vtfe remedies for out-of-ordfi
stomachs. It quickiy and surely stim
ulates and strengthens the stomal !
walls. It increases the flow of th
5,'astric juices, soothes the irritat
membrane and bencttts the entire c"
festive system.
P.uy from any drusist a f.fty-cev
box of Mi-o-na tablets and be'-Mn
to build up your sick and worn-ou;
stomach. Do it now do not delay
many serious diseases start fro:
ii- h ! t iv.ii; t It rn l "ll t to r rinl- MT1 11IIS!
29. Charles Dean was acquitted by a) ? you' lack an appetite, your toni
jury In the Assizes court Thursday j is coated, nerves on edge, have risinus
of sour and undigested fcod and c
perience after-eatini; ditr.ss. you arc
suffer-iniy with indiqestion or eie-k
stomach.
You should take. Mio na at ora
Without i;i'Od digestion yen are im
properly nourished you are lackit:
in vitality and your resistance is low
a serious illness may result.
night of complicity in the robbery
of the New Minister branch of the
bank of Montreal Sept. 15 when $283,
000 was stolen. This was Dean's sec
ond trial, a previous jury haVini? disagreed.
TOOK EIGHT COPPERS
TO LAND HI1NI IN JAIL
NORTHWEST IN THE
GRIP OF A BLIZZARD
Zero and Ildou Zero Weather i-. Re
ported Prom Some ,f the
Canadian Citio.
Dl'Ll'TlI. Minn.. Oct. The Jirst
real winter weather of the season
Mruck the western portion of the
northwest and Canada Tuesday and
reached Duluth Tuesday night. A
northwest blizzard, heavy snow and
low temperature prevail here and cold
will continue all da Wednesday, ac
cording to forecast.
Ali of Saskatchewan and many por
tions of the northwest were swept by
a cold wave. Qu'Apjde reported two
degrees below 7. ro and zero was re
ported ali over Saskatchewan.
Snow is falling (vr a large area.
Lake Superior is extremely tempestu
ous and outgoing vessels are held in
the harbor.
;.mi:.v.
John flenharger. of Kalamazoo
was in town Tuesday on business.
Mr?. Lizzie Crooker Wurth and in
fant son of !)owa'-:iac. were brought
here for furial and funeral services
were held in the Methodist Episco
pal church at 'J o'clock Monday after
noon. Mr. and Mr?. Clyde Harris. Mr. and
Mrs. O. a. Van Pelt were in South
lie ml Sunday.
A poultry an.l fruit show was held
here Saturday and was largely at
tended. The Portage Prairie band
furnished music.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lyons are
building a new home west of town.
Mrs. Charl-s Clark, who suffered a
dislocation of the right shoulder,
is improving slowly.
Xi'.W YORK. Oft. l'i. A dozn
subpoenas were issued at the district
attorney's oltiee late Tuesday calling, j
it was said, for the -appearance of j
men believed to have knowledge of !
facts alleged in statements made by t
John .V. Hennossy m his campaign
attacks on Kdward H. McCall, trie
Vain many candidate for mayor.
Thse men are said to "have been
mentioned to Asst. Dist. Atty. Clark
Tuesday by Hennessy, graft investi
gator for Sulzer, as governor ami
now campaign speaker for the fusion
municipal ticket headed by John Pur
roy Mitchel for mayor. Hennessy as
well as Sulzer, who is a progressive
candidate for the assembly, has made
charges against Tammany of a char
acter that Dist. Atty. Whitman deem
ed worthy of an investigation. Hen
nessy was the lirst to be examined in
this inquiry. He did not complete his
story during the hour and ten minutes
he consulted with Mr. Clark Tuesday
and Nill be exainincH further Wednes
day. Among the subjects of inquiry is the
$2... 000 contribution mentioned by
Sulz r as having been offered by An
thony X. P.rady, capitalist, through
Judge Samuel A. Peardsley. Suizer
has stated he rejected this money and
that it was then sent to Charles F.
Murphy, leader of Tammany hall.
Murphy Monday night said he re
ceived the money but returned it to
Mr. Prady. The latter has since died.
One outcome of Hennessy's state
ments was a request by the prosecutor
to Chief City Magistrate McAdoo to
begin "John Doe" proceedings on
Thursday at the conclusion of which
Magistrate McAdoo will submit a re
port from which the prosecutor will
determine whether he shall submit
the matter to the grand jury.
NEW VollK, Oct.- I'D. Kight
licemen, called to arrest Fritz Milch, t ehted
who weighs 00 pounds, found him
surveying a v.lndow glass through
nhich he had hurled a flat iron. It
required the full strength of the cop
pers to arrest Milch. Fritz says his
neighbors made faces at him when he
went for a can of beer.
Pegin now today
! treatment and eniov
no- I vavs sold on money
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JAILED FOR SLIT SKIRT
PASSIAC. X. J.. Oct. 29. Miss Mary
A dam son, Hi', of Newark, was sen
tenced to thirty days in jail for wear
ing a slit skirt. The dress was slash
ed to the knee and no petticoat hid
her silk hose.
Mi-o-na
good health. Al
back if not ben-
plan by Wettick's original kit!
Pate Medicine Store and druggit
everyw here. Advt.
SEE V0LTURN0 LIFEBOAT
Steamer Toronto Makes Search
rinds No Ilodics.
Hut
BOSTON', Oct. A badly sma '-.
ed lifeboat of the burned steamship
Volturno was sighted in mid-ocean b
olticers of the Wilson liner Toronto
which arrived from Hull Tuesday
The Toronto circled the b-at s -ver;: '
times to make sure no bodies were in
the vicinity.
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Women's and Misses'
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Here Economy Goes Hand-in-Hand with Style
Winter Coats in the latest and best winter fash
ions all sizes for women and misses variety of ex
cellent styles finely tailored from Chinchilla, Novelty
Cloths, Striped Zibelines, Boucles, Genuine Ural
Lamb, Persianas and Fancy Cloths.
Included are Oxford grays, blues and blacks, and
most desirable other plain and two-tone colors. Many
with ornamental frog fastenings and large shawl col
lars. $20 $15 $8.50 $20
THE
iUIT BEAUTIFUL - WILHELM'S
U j t i ii f 4t fW 1 1 i T i in ift t -it ir - 1-,J-11T ilimiir r-iiT1-"HfHi
ti:i:iu corppi:..
A daughter was born Saturday,
Oct. 2 5. to Mr. and Mrs. Clare Ziuh-r.
Lverybody (bung line.
Three, chiblren In the familv f Au
gust Anderson are ill with th
t..
The Olive chapel Aid so, i, f met ! loa.n,
Thursday with Mrs. Job Smith for
work. Thirty-three holies were )
present.
Clarence Zettner, who went to Wis
consin last week to buy cows, return
ed w ith a line herd of " . Mr. Jettner
reftortod two feet of snow in Wisconsin.
Miss Nellie Smith, who
suffering for weeks from
Jn the ear, is better.
Mrs. W. H. Pantead
the C. W P. M. of New C
(lav at an all day mcetiv:
KILLS FORMER HUSBAND
Seventh Wife l)cc Shootini; I'ightli
;ri Present.
WILLIAMSON. W. Ya., Oct. V.
Mrs. Sarah Sloan shot ami killed her
divorced husband at an isolated point
on Plackberry Creek, Ky., near Mate
wan. early Tuesday. After the shoot
ing. Mrs. Sloan b. aided a train and
came here, where she was later ar
rested. From what can be learned. Mrs.
tul in th. road
(leorge Toth. 'President.
(Jeorge Toth, Vice-President.
Heorge Toth. Cashier.
George Toth, Ass't Cashier.
: c:i,,.,,, i.ni. .i i..r i;i,
IIW": c. I
I in front of the Sloan ivsid-ncc. Mrs.
said, :;s the seventh wife
oi jiui Miian, iir.c, ine raan s ciguiu
wife witn.esscil the shooting.
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1 een
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TAKi: IT ANYHOW.
"Now take that medicine
times a day after meals."
"Put. doctor, it is onlv a verv
thin-:- when I get a meal."
"Well, in that cae you had better
take it three time a day before
meals." N. Y. World.
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Report of the, Condition of the
GEOUGE 'TOTH, BAWKER v
A state, private bank at South Bend, in the State of In
diana, at the close of its business on Oct. 21, 1913.
RESOURCES.
Loans and Discounts S22,245.82
Furniture and Fixtures 721.10
Due from Banks and Trust Companies .... 6,477.40
Cash on Hand 1,399.29
Interest Paid 7 85.48
Total $31,384.34
LIABILITIES.
Capital Stock paid in SI 0,000.00
Exchange, Discounts and Interest 761.90
Time Deposits 20,622.44
Total S3 1,384.34
State of Indiana, County of St. Joseph, ss:
I, George Toth, president, etc., of the Private Bank
of George Toth, Banker, do solemnly swear that the
above statement is true.
GEORGE TOTH, President.
Subscribed and sworn-to before me, this 28th dav of
October, 1913. D. D. NEMETH, Notary Public.
My commission expires Dec. 18, 1913.
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ALTOONA. Pa.. Oct. oir
ft medicine eh st in a dark roton to
get a headache tablet. .Mi-s I).iis'i
P.aker, aged ."a, years, swal'owed a
bichloride of mercury tablet i istead.
She was rushed to the hospital and
the contents oi' the stomach pumped
out. It is believed prompt attention ;
saved hor life. 1
WASHINGTON, Oct. pro.
Wilson returned to thf capital Tues
day night at l'):"0 o'clock from Mo
J lile. Ala., and motored immediately
j to th. white house. He had nothing
i to ai about Mexico.
STOVES FOR HEATENG
STOVES FOR C00fdSG
CAS3ES OR C? 1F,1 Q 7f
HARDWARE COMPANY
In the matter of beautiful lines the proper
color schemes and trimmings our designers
have put the greatest harmony and grace into the
lines of these garments. All the newest models
have been reproduced after famous style crea
tions and brought to you at wonderful savings,
in all the latest and most wanted fabrics.
Special Fall Suits at $15.00
Worth up to S22.50.
Special Fall Suits at $18.50
Worth up to S27.50.
Special Winter Suits, $20 to $30
Worth S3 to S10 more than we ask.
LADIES' READY TO WEAR.
3cfe B if,
V -tS'" lit
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$10
Corner Michigan & Jefferson.
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ILK WAIST SALE
FOR THURSDAY
Nature always
bowels are c!ol;
warn. -4 ou if vmir
d or intbimetl -he d
Hollister's Kockv Mountain Tea
removes the inflammation, soothes the
Irritated organs, restores natural li
pestion. The world's regulator. Start
toniirht. Coonb y Pru; Store. Advt.
Servi.
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the ar.d
wek from next Sunda
The bix soeial uivt'ii b
trude Ilobinson was a uc -s
Miss Mae Has'nin sjM iit San
Mrs. lvlbert IPamh.
Mr. and Mrv Le i Schbirl
family spent Sunday with Mr.
Mrs. Jack Kisim:er in l'i-eituv.ii.
Mr. and Mrs. Lrvin Annis were
tertalned at dinner Sunday at
home of the hitter's parents. Mr.
Mr.s. Conrad Schafer.
Mr. and Mrs. t'.enru-v Schafer, ;r.
and family and Mr. .,nd Mrs. rkih:
Schlarb and the Miss Tiilie and
Minnie Schaf. r were entertained at
dinner Sunday by Mrs. W. Schafer.
Charles Horein is iitin- wit!: hi
uster. Mrs. W. 1 S.-haf.-r.
C. L. .chafer came into .'.-. .- i.n
of a tine driving horse Mi!:!a.
Mrs. Milton Kern ami son, m ar
Lrenien. visited Satardt with her
mother. Mrs. 1'hilip S hlarb,
Tr.lLMS
$1.00
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wir.ik.
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$1.00
JAC'II
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Women C.vt lIy
livery woman who is troal-led with
fainting a;.l dizzy spll-. backache,
heailacbe. weakness, dtddlity, cinsti
pation or kidney troubles huubl us'
Llectric Hitters. Thi y ulve relief
when nothing ie will. improe the
health, addimr ?-trincth and iuor
from the tlrst loe. Mrs. Laura
Gain. s. of Avoca. La., says: 'T'our
doctors liad itn m ip and my chil
dren ar;d all my friends were, looking
for me to die. wh n n:y on insisted
that I ii-.- llbetric Hitters. I iiid o.
and they hae done me a world of
:rood." Jti-t try them. zc. anl
fLOO. IleConnnendt d by All Drug
jlsts, Advt.
Buck's Celebrated
Heaters
30 Kios and styles on dbqLiy.
A-k your ncihNr wlmt slio think
of her liuck stove.
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
t
, $2.88 Sample Shoe Parlors
216 S. Mich. St. Upstairs Opposite Auditorium.
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We have at hand two dozen Ladies' Waists in
browns, blues, black and fancy mixtures, good styles.
These are our regular .$6.00 and $6.50 waists. This
Sale Starts 9 a. m. to 9 p. m.
REMEMBER !t Jl yjK THURSDAY ONLY
L. H. O RVIS
FUNERAL DIRECTOR
luly Assistant
121 North Michigan Sti
Homr 5297. Bell Z
"I am very well satisfied with my pictures"
That's what the customer says who has gotten frames at
9 (T3 95
XL
We have a line of popular priced pictures and frames
that you will be interested in. We want to show you.
The I. W. Lower Decorating Co.
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LADIES' SUITS AND COATS.
Tailor made mixtures in browns and grays, satin
lined, three button cutaway jacket, extra ? J A 7T
good value; regular price's 16; now tpl4 it)
GRAY MIXTURE AND SERGES.
Ladies' Suits, fancy satin linings,
special good value SI 8.00, for
MEN'S WEAR SERGES
Of up-to-date styles, Skinner satin lined, two and three
button cutaway "jackets, one and two 99
piece draped skirts; S25 values, for fyLL.OV
NEW LINE CHINCHILLA COATS.
52 inches long drape back collars and cuffs, brocaded velvet patch pockets, all
cutaways, grays," browns and navys; S20.00 garments at a ( 0
low price of tDIU.DU
99 t
OVERCOATS FOR MEN AND BOYS.
Fancy blacks and mixtures, in greys
and browns, with convert
ible collars, $10.00 to
MEN'S SUITS
Fancv browns, mixtures and series,
well lined, smart styles, ffU 1C
SIS. This week only $14. I J
Large Assortment of Sweaters and Mackinaws.
"7i"T r nrvr
$25.00
Open
today's
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Saturday's
112 E. Jefferson BlvcL
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