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THE SOUTH BLIND NEWS-TIMES.
mi ksdav, novi:mm:k 1.1, in 1.1 3 SOME PEOPLE HIE' LIKE TREETDAGS They are Afraid to Acknowledge They Are Christians When Outside of Church, Says Rev. David Hill. "Some members of th church ar lik; tr e toad."." said K-v. David Hill, an rvar.p dist of lmMtr, O.. Wed-r-day night at the First Church of the Kvang'distic association. Jifayette und Monro- sts. "This tree toad," he continued, "has a habit of changing its rolor. When ;t Is in the lisht it 1? white and when it Is in the dark it is blark. Many of th merrtbertf of the church arc like this toad. When they are in church they Rrc Christians but out on a street car, at the hotel, restaurant or any other public dares they are cshamed to acknowledge they are Christians." The meetings at the First church aro joint ones, the members of the Mizpah Kvangelical assisting in mak ing the services a success. The ca pacity of the building is taxed at each meeting. An additional feature is the large chorus which Is dincOd by C. ( Kinebarger of Illinois, who also gives several polos during the evening. Tonight I lev. Mr. Hill will use as Ids subject: "The Relation of the Tadpole to the Monkey, or Where Did Cain Get His Wife?" A "TOUCHDOWN r7 If you want a "high score" ill iiiaiicij ciuujiiii iu health you must keep the appetite keen, the diges tion normal and the liver and bowels active. To do this you should try HOSTETTER'S Stnmanh Ritfprs whom indictments an- said to be pending now in Nicaragua, for his al leged execution without a fair trial of two young American. Cannon and Groce, accused of having fought with revolutionists against him. While Zelaya could not be held and tried in thisrountry for a crime com mitted in 'Nicaragua, It was pointed out that if Nicaragua should ask for his extradition this country doubtless would honor such request. Indiana News In Brief. Michigan News In Brief. M7W AIJJ.WV. The development of eight cases of smallpox in the .St. IM ward's city hospital has caused the quarantine of the institution. None of the cases have reached a serious stage. The afflicted ones have been quartered in one section of the building. SKYMOrU. Mrs. John J. Merid ian lost the sight of both eyes and was badly burned when an explosion wrecked the kitchen range in her home. A heavy charge of dynamite in a lump of coal was thfc cause of the explosion. hi:kkii:x ct:xti:h, Mich. su head of cattle and three 'norses were burned to death here Tuesday night when tire destroyed a barn owned by Lloyd Harrington, two miles south of here. CHURCH SOCIETY WILL HOLD CHINESE NIGHT Tood Will he Served by Ctirls in Cliinoe Costumes at Ilrst IlnptUt Church. One of the most unique entertain ments ever presented in Eolith Bend will be given next Friday night by the Ladies. Aid of the First Baptist church. A "willow ware" party will be the feature of the evening. The church will be decorated in Chinese fashion and every detail will bo arranged to make the program Chinese from be ginning to end. A Chinese luncheon will be served and the food "will be prepared and served by girls gowned in Chinese costumes. Mrs. J. M. Brownlee will read a Chine.se love story entitled "Willow Ware" and every one that attends will be given a China plate with an illus tration of the story on it. Chinese contests,, games and riddle will take up the rest of the evening's entertain ment. Mrs. T. A. Freeman has charge. WAKAHUSA. Henry Miller and daughter Lucy are visiting in Nappanee this week. John Doorlng made a business trip to Auburn this week. Miss Kdna Hahn is visiting her sis ter. Mrs. Jasper Lechlctner in Misha waka. Mrs. Henry Treed and Mrs. nil. Knisley made a business trip to South j Uencl Monday. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Rev. Law baugh, a daughter, Saturday, Nov. 8. Nick Yoder and his brother, An thony, made a business trip to Ch.-cagoi JKFTKKSOX VILLI:. The tnitt s of the Indiana reformatory have just finished hearing T4 applications for paroles, of these '.',1 have been grant ed and the prisoners will be released within a month. MUNCH-:. Marvin Taylor, wjn probably fatally Injured when the buggy in which he was riding struck a tree in the Taylor lot and over turned. Young Taylor had gone to sleep on the way home and the horse struck the tree in the darkness. SHKLIIYVILLK. Wiliam I, in so. alias Charles Henderson, forged two checks shortly after his release from the Indiana reformatory and was ar rested when he attempted to rush the second. He will be taken back to the reformatory as a parole violator. KALALZO(.riiyieiaiw at tlui Borges hospital here are baflled by the case of Mrs. IMekonson Bishop of Dowagiac. who sustained a fractured skull in an '.auto accident near this city and still survives. The doctors even report a slight improvement in her condition. Han H. Eaton, paper mill superintendent, of this city, is also confined at the hospital but with injuries less dangerous than those of Mrs. Bishop. Bi :XTOX" HAIIIIOII. CI rent ourt Judge Bridgeman has appointed a board of Berrien county physicians who will asociate with him in his new idea of treating criminal cases of sur ge rv. Those on the board are Drs. C. N. Sower and Dr. H. V. Sutton, Benton Harbor; Drs. .Sherman Gregg and T. (1. Yeomans. St. Joseph, and Dr. Fred Bonine, of Niles. UltlXCITTON. flcorse C.rueblc. 31. who was hurled through the front vestibule of a traction car against the inotorman when the car struck a wagon, is dead. BATTLi: CIli:i:K. Kidnaping is becoming a pastime in Battle Creek, the third case within a few days hav ing resulted in two arrests. Mrs. Hmma Burchard charges that her ex roomer, Claude Wolcott, turned down when he proposed to her. threatened to Kidnap her girls, .", and 11 years old respectively and Wolcott landed in jail. IIGESTII, GAS OR SICK, SOUR STQMAGH STRIKING DRIVERS ARE UNDER ARREST Meinlrs of Chauffeurs' Union Are Charged With Obstructing the U. K. Mails. NHW YORK. Nov. IS. The recent strike of the chauffeurs employed on mail trucks here and the ensuing brief tie up of service, resulted Wed nesday afternoon In the arrest of the president of the Chauffeurs Union, a former president and five other mem bers. In addition, warrants were sworn cut for live others, who, it is alleged had a hand in the strike. All were charged with conspiracy to obstruct and retard the operation and movement of the mails, an of fense punishable with a. maximum prison term of two years and $ 10,000 tine. Louis Terry, known as "Big Terry," former president of the union, and Patrick Johnson, said to be the un ion's present head, were among the first arrested. They and their com panions were held in $5,0 00 bail each for examination Monday. Time 'Tape's Diapepsin!" In Five Minutes All Stomach Misery is Gone. "Really does" put bad stomachs in order "really does" overcome indi gestion, dyspepsia, gas, heartburn and sourness in live minutes that just that makes Pape's Diapepsin the lar gest selling stomach regulator in the world: If what you eat ferments into stubborn lumps, you belch gas and eructate sour, undigested food and acid; head is dizzy and aches; breath foul; tongue coated; your insides till ed with bile and indigestible waste, re member the moment "Pape's Diapep sin" comes in contact with the stom ach ail such distress vanishes. It's truly astonishing almost marvelous, and the joy is its harmlessness. A largo fifty-cent case of Pape Diapepsin will give you a hundred dollars' worth of satisfaction or your druggist hands you your money back. It's worth its weight in gold to men and women who can't get their stom achs regulated. It belongs in your home should always be kept handy in case of a sick, sour, upset stomach during the day or at night. It's the quickest, surest and most harmless stomach doctor In the world. Adv. PLAIVUTULR. Kdward Barret. state geologist, is seriously ill at his, home here with kidney trouble. He i was taken suddenly ill after returning from a field trip. GARY. Because the Ciary public schools are "too public", being over run with visitors who fail to observe tho visiting days which have been an pointed, the board of education has decided to post "No Admittance" signs on the buildings. Visitors will be permitted to call only at the des ignated times. MLKS. A special car carrying about 50 members of the Portage Prairie Sun day school, Including the Portage Prairie band will leave Niles at $ o'clock Thursday morning to attend the state Sunday school convention at Benton Harbor. A larg number from this city are in attendance from Niles. Mr. and Mrs. William C. Dove are parents of a son born Wednesday morning at the home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. F.H Young in this city. Mr. and Mrs. Dove reside in Detroit. Rev. Cicorge Huntington conducted the funeral of the late Mrs. Mary Bowling at Dowagiac Wednesday. Miss Margaret Snyder and Cleo Miltonbtrger were married Tuesday evening at St. Mary's rectory by Rev. Fr. V. Ducat. They have gone to points in Indiana on their wedding trip. Mr. Mlltonberger is employed as clerk for Renders :m and Pears, grocers. A new organization of young wo men has been perfected in Niles which has a charter membership of about COO. The club will be known as the Young Woman's club. Mrs. W. F. Harrah is the president and Mrs. G. E. Gillam. vice president. A gasoline tank in the popcorn wagon operated by G rover Hobarr on Main st. exploded Tuesday night and before the blaze was extinguished about $50 worth of d cm age was done. Sheriff Fred Franz arrived Wed nesday from Detroit with William Jackson, who two years ago stole a horse from Charles Zwergle. a livery man, and took him to St. Joseph to await a hearing. Jacobs has just completed a sentence at the Kingston penitentiary in Canada and was im mediately rearrested. Franklin I-.ee Griffin, a Negro far mer who has resided on a farm north of Niles for 4 5 years, died Wednes day morning, age 75 years. Six sons survive. The funeral will be held Friday morning at the Methodist church in Sumnerville. Rev. Mr. Al len of South Bend will conduct the funeral services. CLAIMS STRIKE IS SETTLING ITSELF U.thclbert Stewart is Ordered Rack to Washington by Lalor Secy. Post. WASHINGTON. Nov. 13. Acting Secy, of Labor Post Wednesday sent a telegram to Ethelbert Stewart who was sent to Indianapolis for the de partment, to investigate the street railway strike, congratulating him on UORT WAYNi:. Uarl Duffy, 21,' was killed when he fell through a door on the second lloor of the Minuet building. He was attending an enter- tainment at a dancing academy. t GARY. Supt. Wirt or the eity schools, has announced that certain hours each week will be set aside for religious training. The pupils of the various denominations will be al lowed to leave school and attend , classes held in their various churches conducted by the pastors. FOKT WAYNi:. Three hundred employes of the Pennsylvania railway section crews left here Thursday for Cleveland, O., to aid in clearing the yards and tracks of the company of the snow left by the blizzard and in gettimr the rolling stock in condition aeain. f j i C.OSIIKX. Suit for $25,000 dam ages against the Big Four railroad was started in superior court here Wednesday by Ed Walley and David R. Bowles. They allege they were in jured in Elkhart last August when an excursion train hit a funeral proces sion of which they were parties. WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY ARE MARKET DAYS AT bmil 402 SOUTH MICHIGAN ST. Home Phone 6644. Bell Phone 2969 SUG-iKL LBS. is Sweet Potatoes, 10 lbs. 10c; bushel 7rc line Dry Yellow Onions, peck 29c; bushel $1.10 Apples, per peck 20c; .bushel $1.10 Grape Fruit, each 7c; dozen 80e New Fis:s. per pkg Oc Celery, bunch of 6 and S nicelv bleached stalks 10c Flour, pure Spring Wheat.. 72c Fancy Cauliflower, head 10c Potatoes, fine Michigan, per peck Saur Kraut, 3 cans 25c Green String Beans, 3 cans 21c Peas or Sugar Corn, 3 cans 25c 1 lb. can pure Phosphate Bak ing Powder. Armour's New Mince Meat, j pacKages Coffee, 30c value 15c Preserves, special at jar ,25c ,21c 10e 3? I HAPPY CHILD If! JUS! fl FEW HOURS If Cross, Feverish, Constipated, Give "California Syrup of Figs." Mothers can rest easy after giving "California Syrup of Figs," because in a few hours all the clogged-up wa.te. s.tur bile and fermenting food gently moves out of the bowels, and you haf a well. playful ehild again. Children simply will not take the time from play to empty their bowels, and they become tightly iackt'd. liver -ats sluggish and stomach disordered. When crss. feverish, restless, s.e if tongve is coated, then give this de licioas "fruit laxative." Children love it. and it cannot cause injury. No dlf'ereme what ails your little ont if full of cob!, or a sort throat, diar rhoea, ."stomachache, bad breath, re mem'.'cr. a gentle "inside cleansing" should always be the tir.-t treatment irivtn. Full directions for babies, children of all ages and grown-ups printed on each bottle. Heware of counterfeit tig syrups. Ask your druggist for a ".f'-o nt bottle of "California Syrup of I'Us." then look carefully anil see that it i made by the "California Fig Syrup Com pany." We make no smaller iz Hand back with contempt any other tig syrup. Advt, FORMER PRESIDENT OF NICARAGUA HERE l-'lli Inland GfliciaN Instructs! to Mukc Kciort on Alleged lln t ranee of Zelaya. WASHINGTON. Nov. 1 3. Imme- prat.on officials at Kllis. island. N. Y.. were asked Tuesday to make a report en the alleged entrance into the Cnit- vj States under an assumed name of former I Yes. Zelaya of Nicaragua. V. II. learned, acting commissiouer gen eral, ordered the report, when he read pr-s dif-p.'tche.s that the deposed ruler of th- tVntral American coun try was in New York. The matter wa.s a subject of con siderable talk among the diplomatic orps Welnesday. What Zelaya's plans are they aid they could not guess. It was recalled that the Taft administration was anxious to secure Ui punishment of Zvlaya, against ML BalF s Great Closing Out Sale Has Been a Tremendous Success Km W HY? TCDECAUSE we certainly are giving you more for your money than any other Furniture Store in South Bend. Do not fail to come in and look over our immense stock and you will do (as hundreds of others have done) purchase your Furniture requirements of us Don't delay -you may never again get such an opportunity. Here are a few of our many bargains: BEDS. Vernis Martin, 2 inch continuous post, large and three-quarter size, regular value 7C SI 2.00; Closing Out price P" & WOOD BEDS. 3C different varieties to choose from in anv fin ish: regular price SS.75 to S25.00; . ;S::S 99c to $10.75 Springs for either wood or brass beds at Manu facturer's cost. Mattresses in all grades at factory cost. A large line of Davenports to select from, regular Closing Out Price . . . 26.50 to 41.00 Beautiful line of rockers to select from, regular price S3.00 to S35: 1 AO on Cfi Closing Out price 1 .IO tO iJJJ Ira pr iigS i This beautiful genuine Golden Oak Bedroom Suite. Bed, Dresser, Chiffonier and Wash Stand. (tQ1 A ZL Regular value SS6.00, Closing Out price . . pO1:, KJ This is a wonderful bargain. We Save You Big Money (on Everything) in the Furniture Line Go elsewhere. Get their prices then come here and see what we can save you. M IB Open Every Evening. i n. . ALL FURNITURE CO 226 SOUTH MICHIGAN ; A Small Deposit Will Hold Any Bargain. Balance Later. A New Method of Baking Cakes Mrs. Nevada Briggs, the baking expert, says: There is just on vrar to make jour ral e ri$ high and cvrnly irire them time to rise before a crust is formed and the Latter is stiffened by cooking." 'If using a jras, gasoline or oil stove, lipht yonrover. when you put the cake in and keep the flame low until the cake has doubled in bulk; then increase the heat until it is evenly browned and vill respond to the pressure of the finder. If using a coal or wood range, leave tha oven door open until the cake is in; then turn cn the drafts and b7 the time the oven is at baking temperature, the cake will have nisei sufficiently." t For rich, moist, feathery cakes Mrs. Briggs always recommends mm 1 Baking 11 OWDER S A N it. . J A It is double acting and sustains the raise. You can open and close the oven door, turn the tin around in the oven or do anything else necessary, without any danger of making the cake fall. Try your favorite cake r.cxt time with K C Baking Powder and Fee how much higher it will rise. Make it just as you always do, with the same quantity of baking powder. While K C is less expensive than the old fash ioned baking powders, it has even greater leavening strength and it is guaranteed pure and healthful. Try a can and be convinced th manner in which tho situation was being handled. Mr. .Stewart re- i ported Wednesday that the intorurban ; question wa.s .sottlinjr itself, and that (one larse company had tM.snod with jits men Tuesday niht. He was in structed to return to Washington at once to report also on the Colorado coal strike, which he had previously investigated. wmi: soi Til hi:m man. (lOSHEX. Nov. i:i. Kev. A. 11. Keck, of Kouth Bend was elected sec retary Wednesday of the Northern Indiana Lutheran conference. Kev. L. J. Hmith of this city wa? elected president, and Kev. C- S. Urcwcr of Lnipaz was elected treasurer. livery Ia(ient a Booster for SWEM, The Chiropractor, Rheumatism. :2-:;or, Dean Iluihlin?. Home lMiono 2505. in vi vf7 irs n n i h m rves fvcn jttx r a r i n n rjrs n r r n ii w ii ?i m u tr Yi n u n u u n r u it a 11 u wu I vy j iyi ity 1. ,., , fi. ., i, . . i Ml I I I l li i i. mm. ,Jk I j TBIKTTU i Wo ill 8 SI S w)iyju il M ! 11 1 Ha FMCE i 7 malinger saia that All Goods Must Go Regardle of Any Price STOJE OPEN TOOICHT B mW JT r F M m s mmW i l 1 H . - y -2