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THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES.
TJIVKMUY, ()CTOIJi:it P.O. IP IS. c 1GES MI W CURRENCY BILL Committee Decides to Increase the Membership of the Board to Nine From Seven as First Suggested. WASHINGTON. Oct. 3 0. Import ant charges in tho administration cur rency bill refused from the fir.t day's xccutive? work on the measure by the t--fnat committee wero adopted Wed nesday. The cfmmitteo passed over for later action th proposition to sub-f-tituto a central, Kov rnment-controll- d bank for the regional h.rtik plan In tho Mil, on which th.k members vert evenly divided, and proceed d to per fect the details of tho measure. Tho complexion of the proposed federal reserve board was materially altered by amendments adopted Wed nesday, and It probably will be fur ther changed. It was decided to in crease the membership of the board from peven. as fixed in the house bill, to nine, and to eliminate the secretary of agriculture and the comptroller of the currency from service on the board. Another amendment "Is pend ing to take off the board the secretary of the treasury and to remove all ex officio members. The committee decided to arrange the terms so that one member's ser vice would expire each year. This provision is designed to meet the de mand that the service of members of the board be Kiven continuity to en able them to profit by their experience on the board. It was decided to eliminate the or ganization committee proposed by the hous bill, and to have the federal re-t-crve board appointed immediately, with power to organize and place in operation any system devised, whether central bank plan or a regional bank scheme Is finally agreed upon. A large part of Wednesday's ses sion was devoted to a discussion of tho number of regional banks to be created by the bill if the regional plan is maintained, but no conclusion was reached. The administration sup porters in the committee endeavored to keep the number as near twelve as possible, but other members favored lour, five or six banks. It was argued that New York, Chicago and .St. Louis, the present central reserve cities, would need regional institutions, and New Orleans and San Francisco were mentioned as possible locations. A decision on the question probably will be reached Thursday. The committee has temporarily abandoned all efforts to dispose of the ential bank plan, on which the com mitter stands six to six. The members will proceed to .develop both the re Kional asd the central bank plan so 3"ar as possible along parallel lines until each perfected so far as the committee can agree. Then the Vote will be taken on the two plans. m OFFENSE IS NOT FEDERAL ORE Objections to Convictions of Men on Dynamite Charges Are Made in Court of Ap peals at Chicago. CHICAGO, Oct. .10. Objections to the conviction of Co of the ZZ "dyna- Decembcr, were laid before the United States circuit court of appeals Wed nesday in an appeal of the men to have the verdict set asde. On behalf of Frank M. J Cyan, presi dent of the Iron Workers' union. Ulaf A. Tveitmoe, San Francisco, and the ether labor union olhcers adjudged guilty of complicity in dynamite plots. Chester H. Krum, their chief counsel, argued before the court as follows: That even if the defendants had been guilty of illegally transporting dynamite and nitro-glycerin on pas senger trains in violation of federal law, and even if they had blown up the work of contractors who refused to join the union, the statute of limi tation had run against the offenses be fore the men were tried; That the federal court at Indianap olis committed an error in allowing Ortie K. MeManigal and Edward Clark, confessed dynamiters, to testify against the other men, because Clark and MeManigal were co-defendants and their testimony was Incompetent; That the destruction of non-union work was an offense against the state and not against the federal govern ment; That the law prohibiting transpor tation of explosives on passenger trains was a precaution for the .-safety of passengers and was directed against the railroads; That the men were convicted, both of conspiracy and of direct violation on the same evidence and therefore were punished more than once for tho same offense. "It was as invalid to punish these men twice or thrice as it would be to try them more than once on the same charge." said Mr. Krum. "Further it is Inconceivable that men residing in Boston, Kan Francisco, New Orleans, Good Bowels Are An Aid to Growth r7U:...41?r ;rM--- i-I 7! " ryt f st rj U jfj.u.Kv a nis ana i ry si m for Coughs Tli in IIoriic-TIndo Ilcmedy has no Eu.il lor lroiupt rm. .-n; irr.r-rr IS NOT A RETURN TO THE SPOILS SYSTEM Appointments to Internal Revenue Jolw .Must 1k Approved ly Rev cnue Department. WASHINGTON, Oct. 30. By direc tion of Pres. Wilson. Commissioner of Internal Revenue Osborn Wednesday night instructed collectors throughout the country that the recent action of congress in removing deputy collectors from the protection of the civil ser vice did not mean a return to the .spoiis system and was done only for the sake of etllciency. in a letter to collectors Mr. Osborn said: "Collectors are advised that the ob ject ff this provision of law is effi ciency, and that any tendency to use this class of appointments merely for personal reward or for anything that savors of the spoils system, will be re garded as a very serious disregard 'f public duty, and lhat they will be expected to deal with these matters in a spirit which the whole country will approve. "Hereafter when vacancies in this class of o!l;ces occur or changes are contemplated, and before such va cancies are idled or such changes art effect d. collectors will forward to this ohieo the names of p-rsons whom it is dt sired to appoint, together with a statement of their oua'.iticutions and records. No appointments in this class of ofhoes shall h treat UT be made by collectors without the approval of the department." Mix one pint of irranulatcrl sujrarwith 2 pint of warm water, and etir for 12 minutes. Put ounces of Pinex (fifty cents' worth) in a pint bottle: then adil tl;c Sujrar Syrup. Tuke a teaspoontul even one, two or three hours. This simple remedy takes hold of a cough more uuicklv than anything else you ever used. Usual ry conquers an ordinary cough inside of 24 hours. Splendid, too, for whooping cough, spasmodic ercup and bronchitis. It stimulates the appetite and is slightly laxative, which helps end a cough. This makes more and better cough syrup than you could buy ready made for 2.30. It keeps perfectly and tastes pleasant. Fincx is a most valuable concen trated compound of Norway white pine extract, and is rich in guaiacol and other natural pir.e elements which aro 0 healing to the membranes. Other preparations will not work in this plan. Making cough syrup with Pincx and sugar syrup (or strained Jioncy) has proven to popular throughout the United States and Canada that it is often imitated. But the old, successful mix ture has never been equaled. A guaranty of absolute satisfaction, or moncj' promptly refunded, goes with thi3 preparation. Your druggist has Tinex or will get it for you. If not, Ecnd to The Pinex Co.. Ft. Wayne, Ind. Crowing Children Need a Mild Imita tive t I'oMer Regular Rowel Mrnement. As a child grows older it requires more and more personal attention from the mother, and as the functions of the bowels are of the utmost im portance to health, great attention should be paid to them. Diet is of great importance, and the mother should watch the effect of cer tain foods. A food will constipate one and not another, and so we have a healthy food like egga causing bilious ness to thousands, and a wholesome fruit like bananas constipating many. It is also to be considered that the child is growing, and great changes are taking place in the young rnun or young woman. The system has not yet settled itself to it", later routine. A very valuable remedy at this stage, and one which every growing boy and girl should be given often or occasionally, according to the individ ual circumstances, is Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. This is a laxative and j tonic comoineo. so mnu mat it is given to little babies, and yet equally effective In the most robust constitu tion. At the first sign of a tendency to constipation give a small dose of Syrup Pepsin at night on retiring, and prompt action will follow in the morning. It not only acts on the stomach and bowels but its tonic prop erties build up and strengthen the F.vstem generally, which is on opinion shared by Mr. John Dey, of Bloom field. N. J. He has a large family and at ages where the growth and develop ment must be watched. little Marie has thrived especially well on Dr., , - -Civ . x. .T-k 1 r 1 i 1 'I MAIUE DCT. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. Mr. Dey considers it tho right laxative for young and old and has found none better for young children. The use of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin will teach you to avoid cathar tics, salts and pills as they are too harsh for the majority and their ef fect is only temporary. Syrup Pepsin 'brings permanent results, and it can be conveniently obtained at any near by druggist at fifty cents and one dol lar a bottle. Results are always guar anteed or money will be refunded. Families wishing to try a free sam ple bottle can obtain it postpaid by addressing Dr. W. 13. Caldwell. 419 Washington St., Monticello. 111. A postal card with your name and ad dress on it will do. HS SUPERlHi Of RAILROAD SIOGK Railroad Commissioners Adopt Report Recommending No Stocks be Issued Without Proper Approval. 3 Duluth. Philadelphia and other places equally scattered could have got to gether with a common understanding, to direct the actions of McManigal and the McNamaras." Dist. Atty. C. W. Miller of Indiana Thursday will begin the argument of the government. ROLLING PRAIRIi:. Mr. and Mrs. Noah Hatfield were week-end guests at the home of Mrs. Hatfield's sister in Elkhart. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Reese spent Sun day at the home of Esten Shead. , Mrs. J. A. Noble had the misfor tune to hurt her knee quite seriously a few days ago, falling as she stepped from' an interurban car at Bement'a crossing. Qeorge . Rootes and family left Monday for Charleston, Ind., where they expect to spend the winter. Rev. D. E. Noland returned froirl White Co. Saturday, bringing with him a team of ponies. Miss Audrey Deal of Stillwell waa a guest of her sister. Miss Carina Deal over Sunday. OLIVK HRAXCII. Mr. and Mrs. William Geyer of South Bend are spending a few days this week with Mr. and Mrs. Harold Geyer. Charles Muessel and mother, and 'Miss Maud Oberlv called on Mr. and Mrs. Peter Obcrly Sunday. .Mr. and Mrs. Jtaipn itogers were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leon ard Weiss. Leonard Weiss, jr., remains very poorly with a cancer. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Royce of South P.end spent Sunday with Irvin Royce and family. Thomas Seward and family called on Mr. and Mrs. Levi Rakestraw Sun day. Mr. and Mrs. Boner of near Tam arack spent Sunday with the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Long. Miss Anna Andersen is spending a few days in South Bend, visiting friends. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hardy were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sweeney. Mr. and Mrs. Christian Andersen and Edwin Holderman and family wede entertained at dinner Sunday by Mr. and Mrs. Charles Measor. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fredric Ii son of Laporte are visiting the latter's father, Peter Wilhelm. guests of Mrs. Casad.iv's sisters, Misses Ada and Margaret Miller. Miss Mame Vail was a guest of rel atives at Laporte Tuesday. Mrs. Ella Stevens has gone to Idaho Springs, Colo., on a business trip. Mrs. Anna Stephens and son, Joseph Stephens, have gone to Bowling Green, Mo., where the former will make an extended visit with her daughters. Mrs. Sadie Taylor has returned from several weeks visit with her son Clarence Taylor, of Chicago. Mrs. Golden, of Jordan, Minn., who was a guest of her sister, Mrs. Euclid Massey, has returned to her home. The regular meeting of the C. W. B. M. auxiliary of the Christian church will bo held at the home of Mrs. Mary Taylor, Thursday. Nov. 6. A full at tendance is desired. The C. W. B. M. of the Christian church held its first anual dinner at the home of Mrs. W. II. Ranstead on Tuesday. Covers were laid for sixteen at a sumptuous dinner, which was one of the enjoyable features f th day. Among the guests of the auxiliary were Mrs. F. C. Sager, Mrs. James Huston and Mrs. J. H. Smith. Others were invited but were unable to at tend on account of the inclemency of the weather. After enjoying an in formal social time the ladies ad journed, deciding to make ft an an nual affair. Dr. A. N. Van Ryper of Michigan City was in town Wednesday. Mrs. N. Wade has returned from Los Angeles, Cab, where she visited her daughter, Mrs. Allio Buhland. Mr. and Mrs. Merritt Ranstead and children of Chicago returned home Monday after visiting the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Ran stead. The local schools will be closed on Friday to give the teachers an oppor tunity to attend the sessions of the county institute which will be held in South Bvnd Friday and Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Augustine wer? week-end gi:ests of the J.uter's sister, Mrs. Emily T.oring, of Vnlparai.-o. Rev. E. W. .Merman of Brookville, Tnd.. has ac opted a call to the pas torate of th loer, Christian church. WASHINGTON, Oct. 30. After a long and at time acrimnous debate, the National Association of Railway Commissioners Wednesday night adopted a report of the committee on railway capitalization, submitted by Commissioner Eshelman of California, recommending rigid federal and state supervision of the issuance of stocks and bonds of utility and railroad cor porations. The report recommended: "That there be limitation by law of the purposes for which the issue of stocks and bonds shall be permitted; "That authority be given to com missions to see to it that the proceeds of the sales of stocks .and bonds are deoted to the purposes for which they are issued; "That no stocks or bonds be issued without the positive approval of the commission after full investigation; "That power be given to the com mission to impose such conditions upon the issue as may be necessary: "That the regulaticn of the stocks and bonds of interstate common car riers be delegated to the Interstate commerce commission." Finally it was recommended "that congress immediately pass" an act em powering the .. interstate commerce to regulate the stocks and bonds of interstate carriers in the manner and to the extent herein before outlined." The committee's proposal that there be no limitation placed by law upon the" amount for which either stocks or bonds shall be sold, was eliminated on account of bitter opposition. The proposition of Commissioner Margin S. Decker of New York, that a committee of one from each state commission be appointed to provide for uniformity, so far as possible, in the settlement of intra-state express rates, was adopted. The members of the committee will be named by their various state commission?. Miss Myrtle Sorburg Sunday after noon and evening. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Stuckey and Mildred were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ream and family. Mrs. E. M. Webster and Zola, who will leave Friday for Colorado .Springs. Colo., spent Tuesday with Mrs, II. D. Webster. Miss Blanche Miller of.Roselawn, visited Hazel Markham Monday even ing. The cellar is being worked upon for the new school ouilding at Dis trict No. 3. Mrs. Mabel Walter is visiting the Misses Anna and Emma Eaton. Mr. and Mrs. Kaylor and family have moved to South Bend. 1 POSTOFHGE striking lies Postmaster Charges That Let ters in Office at Aguilar, Colo., Were . Rifled Before Stove Overturned. UNQUESTIONABLE TRINIDAD. Colo.. Oct. "0. Vio lence among the striking miners in the southern Colorado coal fields Wednesday shifted .from Ludlow and its immediate vicinity to Aguilar. six miles north. Possible federal complications werr precipitated at the office of the South western Fuel company, where last night and early this morning a battle wased between strikers and a handful of mine guards. After defeating the guards and capturing the mine office, in which the postoflie? also is situat ed, the strikers are charged with hav ing knocked over a stove, setting fire to tho building, which was destroyed, together with mail, money orders and money. Postmaster Arthur Samples said the mall had been rifled before the building was fired, as; opened envel opes were found nearby, half burned. After destroying the Southwestern offices, the miners went to the Fmpire mine and riddled the boiler house with bullets. No one was injured in either camp. At the strikers' camp at Ludlow there w.' no-display of rifles and re volvers. Monday and Tuesday hun dreds of men were gathered in tho camp stockade all heavily armed. The Colorado National guards today established their camp on the out skirts of the city. No trouble oc curred between the mine guards and strikers at Ludlow today. Mine guards and strikers at noon were given 24 hours to surrender arms and ammunition to the forces, and unless they comply n ri ROOF Father John's Medicine is Vouched For by Those Who Know of Its History and Merit. their state it is indicated that the troop: in quarters indefinitely. will remain REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. Stanley J. Hon and wife to Doles law Sperazynski, part lots 53, oi, 55, Arnold and Pagin's sub division H. O. L. 30 and 31, $1,0-00. Holeslaw sperazynski to Stanley J. Hon and wife, same as next above, $1. Antoni J. Korpal and wife to Jan III Sobieski Building Loan assn.. lot 98, Gorsuch's lirth addition, $1,600. Valentine Plough and wife to Charles A. Shearen and wife, o tract of land in Greene township, $8, Otto. Julius Weingartner to William Happ and Home Tagart, lot 7, Morris Park. $950. Edward-IIuss to William C Kaylor and Minnie M. Kaylor, lot 2, Calvert'.- j sub, lots 15, 16, 17, IS, Orchard Lawn addition, $3,000. Joseph Eckman and wife to Valen tine Slough and wife, Oakdale plat. $.500. John C. Sorwick Charles E. Suabedissen 90. Mayr's Mishawaka $L800. Wesley Houghton to Petersen, a tract of township, $2,000. lot 29, second and and a v. wife to wife, lot addition. F. G. Albert land in Olive ' NFAV CAIUISLF. Mr. and Mrs. Thirr Casaday and son forge, of .South Bend, were recent STOW lUDC.i:. Vr. and Mis. Clyde Rumcey spent Sunday with ihe latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs Anton Goetzlp-rer. Mrs. Elmer Webster and Zola were 1 guests of N. W. MnrkTiam and fam ily v eiines iay. Twenty-live young people surprised coT.m:sir. Itev. and Mrs. Spangler and daugh ter. Miss Grace Spangler, of Misha-I waka, were guests or Mr. and .Mrs. Geo. Minnick Sunday. Rev. Wildermuth of Rochester, Ind., is visiting liis daughter, Mrs. John Laid law. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Weis of Os ceola, Ind.. vitited at the home of Mr. and Mrs Henrv Weis .Sunday. j Mrs. G. KIggs and -Miss Grace Phil lips were m EiKriart, ina., .Monuuy. SENT DRIED LEMONS TO WIFE WANTS DIVORCE SENDS BOX ALONG TO SHOW REAL BERRIES A box of large red strawberries jus: ; picked from the vir.0.1 was ivc ived by the News-Times Wednesday n:-;I;t from Lewis F. Caui'fman. R. R. 4. The berries are of tho .secmd crop to be pic lied from the same vines hi:-; year. Mr. Cauffman. says that since he planted the vines in early April, there have been blooms. and bth areen and ripe berries on them r.l-way;-. The faith of the people in Tath-r John's Medieine lias steadily grown because of the permanent haracter of its cures, a faith that was increased from the fat t th.it many physicians prescribed it for their patients. It had had over :ifty years' success as a body builder, and for colds, and all throat and lung troubles. It is in dorsed by clergy, doctors, hospital- and institutions, and by thousands who'have used it. as th following impressive indorsements will show: "We are pleaded to indorse lUlicr John's Medicine, Knowing of Its merit and history." (Signed) Hev. I A. Saunders. St. Peter's Parish, Lowell. Mass. Rev. Richard Roland, St. Michael's Parish, Lmvell, Mass. Rev. Nathan W. Matthews. llit lriinUie MthodM church, lmell, Mas. Hev. Richard S. RuiKe. WellcsirVf Mas. Rev. H. C. Ivcniion. Sacred Heart Parish, Oxas, X. II. Rev. J. T. Iliekey, St. Mary's Par ish. J'oloro, Mass. Rev. Joseph Pontur. I .a fa met ille, X, V., and many others. Father John's Medicine is in u- and proscribed at many Hospitals, Honips and Charitable Institutions. Amone the many wo have permission to refer to, a few are given below: St. John's Hospital. Ijowcll, Mass. St. Peter's Orphanage, Lowell, Mas. AsIum of St. Vincent de Paul, 21. West :Ulh street. Xew York. Nttre Dame tie I.oiirtlos Hospital, Manchester, X. If. The Pi-siiline Sifters. Vrsuline Con vent, Water ille. Mc. Sisters of Mercy. t. Joseph's Hos pital, New Retlford. Mass. St. Philip's Home for Industrious Roys. New Y01 k. Sisters of Holy C:oss. Nashua. X. H. St. Rat rick's Orphan-mo, Manches ter. X'. II.. and main (.thers. Thfe indors.' m. -nts born iv-n voluntarily and ale us.-d with th full know led,.- and e..r.-n: of the auth ors. We have many eil. ns. the nan; of which We s'vill be phased (, far nl!: up.'n applicant v. Fatlo r Jdm;- Medi- i. i f,.p - le in s'oi'th I- ;.d by Co .nley Prut; Co.. ( r. W.'t.'-li.iuniiii ;v. and Mi hiLrari s'.; a !:- 1'ublie )i :.: .''.r Wood--Strcib 1. 1 1 S. .i liiaa n and ; 1 acta . ',y a'! "th'- ;i'! stores in u ha- an v ill' . U - Ji-hrs Medi. "in BOSTON, Oct. 20. When a husband sends his wife dried lemons, old clothes and faded flowers it means "I have no further use for you", in the Armenian code, according to Mrs. Ashken Shooshan, who has now sued for a divorce. rv Ayer's Sarsepan Oldest, Safest, Strongest. Hcst. Standard family medicJFie. No alcohol. Sold for GO years. Ask Ycur Doctsr. 1 -u'yfl the city. I in c-: ti m y.-:r rv; writ" i'r.t . r ."'I.?:';- .'.l'-ii..v-' , I.'.v. . I1. Ma-'-.. e:i-:.-.; :r.r ( bi!!'r .'or ." f ill ; ir. '-d bot - Ativ. I PATEN TS .Vr.i Tra.'.vi Mjt.rk CbtalneJ !n all Conrr.'es. ..!v!r Fie. GEO. J. t?LT3CH. I;rc!it"-eJ Patent Atty.. 711 12 i':t.iCel akcr U'... South liend. Ir ' tJJutMl II 111 M ilWtiit 1 i,,4( 1 3 OVER TWO HUNDRED MEMBERS EXPECTED Enthusiasm in the membership campaign conducted by the V. M. C. A. has not waned, and members are expected to have joined by the timo it el sos on Friday niht. An average o! about ten a dav have joined in the three weeks of its pro gress. Kfforts are l .0 i utr made to form new clubs and six of these are expected within the next three weeks. The next to join will pre! aMv be that of the Studebaker eorporatlon. which will have an estimated membership of . It H the objeet of the ofTa i a!s of th V. M. . A. to arranu-- i - :npetilie am4s on certain days of the week to be played between the vaiiau clul s. laieh ciuh will h.ave its own t -am. , - il . :. 1 V --v'-J . J ( - ; , - It II m Ml I hi H K U Li GET CUMEP UNDER MY SPECIAL OFFER i T?- . A -; T TORPEDO BOATS ARE SENT TO CHARLESTON Ni:VPORT. K. I., tid. nn special teh graphic orders from the navy department, the torpedo beat destroyers. Monashan, Perry and .terrett left Wt-dnesday niht for Charleston. . C. for reserve duty at that station. I'nder previous ar rangements the liestroyers ware t-.ot xpected to f-tart i'or Cliarleston un til next Friday. To accompany these as far a? the Ieiaware breakwater, the d stroyers Hoe and Perkins bound for Philadel phia also sailed Wednesday night. All the sr-aro nwn of the crews of the Charleston bound boats will be sent to the Philadelphia yard to man new destroyers there. For limited tlmo I am making a special ofTer to afflicted men. One that will surprise you when you Investigate. This ofTer will enable every afllicted man to regain his health, no matter what his circumstances may be. If you do less than you should, in the mine, on the farm, at your desk, 'f's-Xi or in your shop, you are In tome way weak. If you can't accomplish all that you expect or hope for, you are the silent sufferer from tome hidden disease. The fact that you have treated elsewhere without benefit and are skep- tnrx rtn.cj not rtlscourare me In th least: nearly all mv natients tell of this cam dTnAilpnrA T am ctirlnc thesft men averv dav and feel pure I can do I . the Fame fcr yoa. I especially solicit these etubborn, chronic, yeeminglyi Incurable cases of Men who realize the seriousness and gravity of their r: condition and will appreciate benefits conferred and the cientl3c treat ment I elver- Come to me for free consultation. -. hi -ir-c.:: " ' ' i':'t-s:-e II i'T-s-.f --vt av - . l-ir-y :. -'.4 ( 'j JJ tW fcJ 1 reatmeat M a Dollar ffeed Be Paid Unless Cured si:!.d. 606-914 ! J'or Ilae .V.:--. .:-nti it-r7 ix you wre sufTrinf from SPECIFIC BLOOD DISKASES, with tore rnjuth. tbroet &d4 tongue, bnlj rsL, call on xn at once end let ute a!mlols-:er to you one trntxamt of tL Itcyrori CJ (NcHialvrtn) and yoa arc eur?.l for Ii. So V.US. no LOSS of TIME. no GOING to rbe HOSPITAL, nn .rou return torn iruratllately hTXpt tLe treatment, tus It wAj rejuire -0 min ute of your time by ruy method f al-nl:latTtn. Bladder fiHICHESTE B PSLiS TilK DIAMOND II II AM). a J I lik jr Drit 111 f0i -CVO in. lr.i wit RlLtca.V SMiWl Tk s tkr. Itnr f your v mil lHAiiO.ND :iUA.M 1'ILI.S- it Hi Worn Out Discouraged Lost Vitality Nervous Not Sick But Gloomy Young Middle-Aged Old Men :. 'Sr . ;:- y: -y . ;V . . yl:iyy-::-iy:--y y- ) Cy y - y-.-- y y yy ,yyy r-. y- y v- ; - ;y - uy 4;yy yyyu- y l-h". Vll. VL1ZES roil 3LLL. Over 14 Years a XptxMtei. wlilaar of fet. tvhln la back r all rurvj permanently uy me. lNcrVvJU2 tj0 jrOU iaci r.cihiH.tj rc1 confitlencp' tint exce09 and in'lls tretlca csuis? If o cose to rr.e at one a. TJorfal dlncaw. ab as il. Cn rLCula.1 g-jTvs, fistula cr aty v-y dlr.mm are all cured D) u.e witLjui I! 1 H V, 8 r f 1 i I urine. Ju tum rLe u nutting ci iof i"ari, 1 ur- :o h:j rurea. f oiretlon. Veakfcsses :?.:i.5' tY:; I. welch tl-- v!ia. v:is"r r.nd rlM'.ity 4 fmui Tf,'j n l latr r'i.u-r ju a :ni-j- f tal ar.i rhy-',s: wrr 1 I ejre in frurr u to I lajb ! I j Pm;fnflr 'C-ra-nt. pals ar l H pnr I cure ir i:f. No o;ratloL. u roate-l toLfu. ;errert"1 ( a fullcfsfi cn-I CUmnMk -ocfit:loc nrr'ie, gi.n 'HU::.r a ruuct-sfi tn-i ctre .-iter ntUig,( hrtt'uru. palt!- tail 'ii. ?l2zlneas, r all cureU prn..i ii'iitly by ice. DiirxfwvA ."ur-l without tt u I Is Lost Vigor y t cf early or late lire. I eur to yt7 care-1 frrrfp?ttvH .;f y.r up? er the titr-e you Lite auTt-rd. N iiixiU-la:;t. Go Where You Are Sure of Gottsns Sound Advice Experi Treatment by an Expert Specialist for Men Only. IViany Cured for $3.50 Are you WEAK, XETIVOUS or DISEASED? Have you about decided to give up In despair, thlnkrng poa elbly there la no cure for you? If such Is the case DO NOT GIVE UP. come and hive a SOCIAL CHAT with me. CONSULTATION and ADVICE IS Fit EE and STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL. If an examination convinces me your case is incurable, I will frankly tell you so. if. on the other hand. I find that your case, is CUltAIJLi I wi. thn dva vmi a -j.-rittn OITAI "LVNTEE. which calls for a cure or the return cf your money in case I fall. Car. M you ajk anything fairer. Do not let money mattera prevent you from consulting me. and do not think on ac count of the reputation I have attained in my special line that my charges are excessive, as my viuxiea are VERY LOW and fitlbfactory arrange merrtj can always be made fcr the payment of the same. My best referenc 1. th firt ?ht 1 am reliable and have nroven that I am successful. All Datlents calllnpr on me are ajsurev. J PEIlSO.Vjifj ATTENTION. I do not care hoxv Ions you have suffered nor vrho has failed to cure you. Com- and have a talk with me FREE. $10.00 T a Examination FREE HOURS 9 to 12; 1 to 5; Evenings, 7 to 8; Sundays, 9 to 12 Only 3 K. t n m r" t 9 rrn rr. pv yfsw rx mm - l ti r n l & n r v . . . c ki . tk -u li p ei D p IA3 H F i n - " try r e 2 a t !i c Entire Second Floor Over Peck's Shoe Store, South Bend, Ind. Entrance 109V2 West Washington Avenue. 01 D SV Dhl OGiSTS OimUKEPi - 1 m 2Z