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THURSDAY, OCTODKR SO, 1013. THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES. HEW POLICY OF UNITED SITES II Further Action Will Depend on Results of Meeting to be Held Friday Will Announce Stand. Tomorrow Moraii-i VKItA CIU'Z. net. f.O. CJrnc-ral FVllx Diaz, now a rfu'' on loard tho American hattlc-ship Louisiana, learn ed Wednesday that tho privilege of asylum on a battleship carries with it certain restrictions not unlike prison regulations. By order of the admiral. Gen. iJiaz Is not permitted communi cation wit hany one from .shore with out his permission, and that the ad miral has given Gen. Diaz to under stand that such permission will rare ly be given. The enforcement of this order i risid. "Will you pleas- so below sir?" said the officer of the deck, saluting the Ken?ral, when he had bean a conversation with a man who had brought hi- baggage aboard. Gen. Diaz appeared to c annoyed for an In.stant, but without hesitation, compiled. Admiral Fletcher explained that while he was willing to place his flagship at the disposal of Gen. Diaz as an asylum, ho did not propose to expose himself to the criticism of making it a place for possible plot ting. He asserted hi confidence that Gen. Diaz would not attempt to abuse hospitabty by meeting friends there and from a safe vantage point in dulge in intriguing or conspiracy, but he was resolved to take no chances. The disposition of Diaz and his com panions has not yet been determined, but it appears probable that they will ventuallv be set ashore from one of the battleships, probably the Louis iana herself, wlien she ;ail3 from Mexican waters the first week in No vember. Gen. Diaz ha:? expressed his prefer ence for Havana. iuldin however, that he was willing to be set ashore anywhere except at a British port, since he was convinced that the Brit ish authorities would send him back to Mexico. -a Wysmi Milliter? Sale 250 Beaver Hats picked by Our Buyer from a Choice of a 1 00 Dozen in Black, White, Brown, Navy, Purple, Green and Mahogany. Large and Small Shapes Absolutely Latest Styles, of regular 3.00 to 6.00 values Friday 1 .95 300 Black Velvet Untrimmed Shapes Block Shapes Soft Shapes with Ruffled Edge or Tarn Crown medium and small size some full lined regular 2. 50 to 4.00 and 4.00 to 6.00 values Friday 95c to 1.95 Friday at Wyman's Friday WASHINGTON. Oct. Pres. Wilson has under consideration a new plan" for restoring peace in Mexico which he will discuss with his cabinet Friday and make it public within a few days. OMicials were reticent as to what is contemplated. As the United Slates has asked not only the European governments but V those of Latin America and the Orient to withhold the formulation of their policy toward ! Mexico until the Washington govern-J ment can make known its plans for dealing with the situation, the solu- i tlon upon which the president and Secy. Bryan are working is believed to be more specific than any sugges tions heretofore made for the pacifi cation of tho southern republic. High officials of the government, while declining to say what steps would be taken by the United States, declared that the purposes and aims of the government had been explain ed in the president's speeches at Swarthmore, Pa., and Mobile, Ala. The American government's course of action will be embodied in a formal note which it Is expected will set forth the principle that constitutional government alone must be establish ed out of the chaos in Mexic. -ml will suggest moans for accomplishing that purpose. Not to be Kecognietl. Though the state department has not lMm Informed officially of the reported purpose of Gen. Huerta to declare Gen. Blanquet as having been elected, it is certain that in line with previous declarations, the election of last Sunday will net be recognized as constitutional. The inability of the Huerta govern ment to conduct a constitutional ilectlon. It is thought will lead the American government to suggest a method of holding the (lections in which safeguards and guarantees can K given which will permit the con stitutionalists to participate freely. Diplomats generally here b lieve that before suggestions concerning any election can be carried out. the elimi nation of Huerta from the situation must be accomplished. It Is thought that in much the same way ns Pres. Wilson outlined recently to John Dind the points upon which a satisfactory settlement of the trouble In Mexico seemed to be conditioned, he will repeat his sug gestions, but will add the stipulation that someone acceptable to all fac tions be placed in provisional author ity to conduct a fair and free election. Details of an election plan it is thought would accompany such suggestions'. Geo. Wyman Co, WORK ON C. G. GATES MANSI0NJS STOPPED P.uilders Must Walt Until Widow and Mother Have Been Con sulted on Matter. MINNEAPOLIS, Minn., Oct. :10. Work on the mansion being erected here by the late Charles G. (Jates was stopped Wednesday on orders tele graphed by the general contractors in New York. It was announced that nothing further would be done until the architects and builders had con sulted with the widow of the dead m ulti-mlllionaire. Work was begun on the Gates home more than a year ago and its comple tion was expected some time in la.J4. The plans for the building call for the most palatial residence in the northwest. UIIA1H.D AH HI. ST. VERA CUUZ. Oct. ::. Mrs. Dnn iel Madero. in fear th:it she was about to be arrested, went t th American consulate this afternoon and remain ed there for several hours. She and Mrs. Urnesto Madero. were brought here with their husbands, who were arrested by the federal authorities at Monterey. Tho two men are now held In Sin Juan de Uluea prison. The two w men have been trying to procure aid for their husbands so that their removal to the capital might be prevented. SEE IP THE CHILD'S TQMGUE IS G0AIE0 If Cross, Feverish, Constipated, Give ''California Syruo of Figs mother! If that your iit and bowels cleansing at MOORMAN ENDORSED BY THE REPUBLICANS Republicans in session at headquar ters in the Summers' building Wed- ! r.esday night endorsed Jehn I Moor- ; man of Knox for the state republican chairmanship and Perry Smith a chairman from the 13th district. Owing" to the weather only) a small j crowd was present. Perry Smith ; mod en address in which he pleaded ( for support for the local candidates. : The progressive meeting which .was i scheduled for Wednesday night was ; not held as Kdwin M. Lee. the r-tate progressive chairman, was unable to . attend. He will be in the city on j Friday night when a mass meeting Look at the tongue, caatee it is a sure sign tie one's stomach, liver need a gentle, thorough once. When Peevish, cross, listless, pale, doesn't eat, doesn't sleep or act natu rally, or is feverish, stomach sour, breath bad; has stomach-ache, sore throat, diarrhoea, lull nf cold, give a teaspoonful of "Calif "! nia Syrup of Gigs", and in a few hours all the foul, constipated waste. undigested food and sour bile gently moves out of its little bowels without griping, ami you have a well, playful child again. You needn't coax s!ck children to take this harmless "fruit kr.atlve": they Ioe its delicious taste, nnd it al ways makes them feel splendid. Ak your druggist for a "."-cent bottle of "California Syrup of Figs." which ha.s directions for babies, chil dren of all ages and for grown-ups plainly on the bott! Reware of counterfeits sold here. To be sure you get the genuin?. ask to see that it is made by "California Fig Syrup Company." Refuse any other kind with contempt. Advt. For a Quick Job we can put enough, skilled men to work to finish it la any given tim. The workmanship and materials are always the nam the best to bo had anywhere. No matter whether your Job be large or small, or what kind of a plumbing Job It may be, wa ran handle it to your perfect sat isfaction. Get our estimates. Heat what your neighbors say of our work. Thos. Williams MILLS LECTURE TONIGHT Will Discuss Conditions In China at Progressive Club. Dr. John Nelson Mills, distinguish ed traveler and lecturer and formerly a South .Rend man, will lecture in South Rend tonight in the Progress club rooms. The occasion is the an nual evening meeting of the Progress club and the lecture will be open to members of the club and their friends. Others may attend for a small door fee. The .subject of the discourse will be China," which Dr. Mills has visit ed during some of the recent interest ing periods of its development. He is a graduate of South Rend high school, of Wabash college and Prince ton university, receiving at the latter place his theological education and entering the Presbyterian ministry. daughter, Dorthey. were guests of rel atives in South Rend Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Zimmerman spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Adam Smous at Fairview. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stanslaw and family of South Bend spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Ott Taylor. Poorest Feese, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. Feese, who was seriously hurt while working at Valley Garden, remains in a precarious condition at Epworth hospital. FIVE POINTS. Walter Eckman spent a few days with relatives in Hammond, Ind. Mrs. John Holston spent Wednesday with Mrs. Jennie Joden in South Rend. Mrs. David Rrown was a guest of her sister. Mrs. William Scott in South Rend Saturday. Charlie Rrothers of Seattle. Wash., is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Rrothers. Mrs. Glenn Yost of Nutwood visited her parents. Mr. and Mrs. John IlOi ston Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Orra Taylor and chil dren spent Sunday in Mishawaka. Services Sunday at Monson chapel will be as follows: Sunday school at 10 o'clock. Kpworth Dengue at t o'clock. Drenching service at 7 o'clock. Revival meetings will begin with the evening service continuing during the coming week each evening. Everybody welcome. Mr. and Mrs. Mar Konzen and mm3 1 i Rheumatism A Home Cure ;ivrn by On Who Hud It. In tae spring of I was at tacked by Muscular and Inflamma tory Rheumatism. I suffered as only those who have it know, for over three years. I tried remedy nfter remedy. And doctor after doe tor. but Mich relief as I received as only temnorarv. FInnllv found a remedv that cured me enm pletely, and it has never returned. I have Kiven It to a number who were terribly nfnicteY and even bed ridden with Rheumatism, and it ef fected a cure in every oi so. I want every sufferer from form of rheumatic trouble to this marvelous healing power. iKm't end a rent: ftimplv mull your name and address and' I will end it free to try. After rou have used It and it has proven itself to be that longdooked-fiT means of curir.g your Rheumatism, you raay send the price of it, one dollar, hut. understand. I do hot want Your mny unless yen are perfect v sat isfied to send It. Isn't that fair? Why suffer any lonrer when posi tive rel'.'f is thus offered You free Don't delay. Write today! Mark II. Jackson. No. Gurner Rldg.. Syracuse. N. V. Mi. Jackson i responsible. Above statement is true. Pub. nn v try will be held. An Informal discussion f can-. paign problems was held in the xir'gre.-sive headquarters. "Gie me Interference," jelled a player on a team that was being badly beaten. O.n- of the Notre Dame play ers heard him and rushed over, grab bed him around the neck. "That's what I call accommodating." said the k'uy next to me. i November 2 Raincoats and Rubbers AT THE RUBBER STORE 206 S. .Michigan St. $1.00 ; Is our charge for dry cleaning and i pressing your overcoats, i Swank's Cleaning: &. Laundry Co. ? Both Phones. Every Pntient a Hooster for SWEM, The Chiropractor. Hay Fever. 302-306 Dran Duildlnff. Homo Phono 25G5. Is Just received 350 coats. Shipment just came in yesterday all new materials as Cut Chinchillas, Chinchillas, Ural Lamb, Black and colored Boucles, Eponges and fancy Mixtures. Newest dress or top coat styles draped effects Fancy or fur trim full and three-quarter lengths. A Grand Selection for Tomorrow at 15.00-19.5025.00 One style of heavy Grey Diagonal weave coat with Chinchilla fur collar full length full Skinner satin lined at 19.50 special regular 27.50. at Wyman's SB f if A i A Velvet and Corduroy Suits. The vogue for these soft rich pile fabric suits was never greater. These new arrivals in velvets and Corduroys represent the very latest of Fall Fashions either short or medium coats cut sharply to show the hand some skirt draping some have blouse effects with perhaps a sash or girdle and some a neat fur trim. Dressy MateLasse in black and the late Fall shades, are also among the new arrivals. 25.00 to 50.00 at Wyman's as J 1 i5iV&- mm tin v 't-: 1 New Suit Arrivals. In Broadcloth, French serge, Diag onal weave, MateLasse Cheviots, Brocades, Basket weaves and mixtures. In regular and large sizes large sizes from 40 to 52 also for the heavy stout women, sizes 37 to 53 plain or fancy tailored in cutaways or conservative models. The material represents as great a choice for the stout women as for the regular or medium women. in large assortment 18.50 to 37.50 The man with precau tion is said to have brains. A little precaution will enable you to see that a bank account is the result cf a logical conclusion and the person who has one has real brains. There may be a few ex ceptions, but not many. THE AMERICAN TRUST COMPANY 4 On Savings. L. H. O RVIS FUNERAL DIRECTOR Iady AK-itant 124 Xonii Michigan St. TTome 5297. Bell 29 I Oa Soooem Depends Upon Our I Satisfied Patfnt. aim in 6c ami i n crrmoruA croits. 218 W. Wayne, n.Fbrwj2-l9G. SouLh liend. Jr,d. I TKRMS si.oo i;ach NO MERGER WITH G. 0. P. I SAYS HIRAM JOHNSON EVERKTT. Mass.. Oct :;. ov. Tlirani Johnson of California laughed down propositions for consolidating the progiesslve part:, with other par- L Suits for Men and Women $15, $18 and $20. Easy Payment. GATELY'S 112 K. JcfTc-rwn Blrtl. ties whilp ppeakinc at rallirs in half of Cha. S. Bird, ptoKresjive can didate fir governor. A fipf Buck's Celebrated Heaters r.o io and rtjrlcs on dLTlj of r.or isut ii sioc. TJ.iLMs $1.00 i:.U'ii wui.k.