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MONDAY. VOVKMIIKR. 21, 1013
THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TlMfcS.
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Irinvurno at rimrnAi
rLuiKcno hi ru.ii.iiHL
VALUED AT $3,000
What
ordinary soap
do to ths skin
ORDINARY toilet soap makes
your skin loo!: white and clean
to the naked eye but look at it
through a magnifying glnss. You
will find that the "frecj" alkali,
which ordinary ?oap contains, has
rougher., irritated and parched
your skin; and thi3 may in timo
causo blotches, pimple?, black
heads and other skin troubles.
R
s.esmo
1
cleans, soothes and
protects the skin
You need a soap which not only
cleans your skin, but also soothes,
heals ancf protects it that is
why you should get a cake of
Resinol Soap from your druggist.
This pure and delightful toilet soap
contains tho same medication rn
Resinol Ointment, the standard
prescription for skin troubles. It
therefore affords an antiseptic
protection to the skin, which merely
pure soap does not do. Resinol
Soap keeps the skin in a clean,
healthy condition and insures a
clear, natural complexion.
TUalnol Soap and IViinoI Ointment are tolj
by aJIdrucjdita. For trial iza of each fre,
i writ to Dpt. 13-S. Reainol, Baltimore. Md.
ALBERT LEISURE SPEAKS
' AT Y- W- C- A- VESPERS
Thankfulsness for the common
place duties and our daily attitude to
vard them were brought out forcibly
by Albert Leisure in hi talk at the
Y. V. C. A. vesper services Sunday
Afternoon, which featured the Thanks
giving season.
He Fald he was impressed by the
shortness of life, th- f-v years we
have to live graciously and thankfully,
ruid that It was our duty to live as
intensely as we can in the Christian
life.
Mrs. CJ. A. Fulmer had charge of
the song service that preceded the
talk. A soup was rendered by Miss
stiller of Spokane. Wash., who is a
(house guest of Mis.s Louise Stude-baker.
YOUR H!l
PilSlI
ILL Jh
SAGE
Use It As a Tonic Banish Dan
druff Stop Falling Hair
and Scalp Itch.
Parisian Sap- is a delightful and in
vigorating hair tonic. It quickly pene
trates into the si-alp. sets to the roots
of the hair, removes dandruff, and
supplies the hair with just the kind
of nourishment it needs to make it
fjTow abundantly.
Parisian Sauc !ins had an immense
falc, and lore arc the reasons:
It is not injurious to tho hair or
ficalp.
It removes dandruff with one appli
cation. It stops falling hair and itching of
tho scalp.
It cleanses, cools and invigorates
tho calj.
It niak'-s hair that is thin, dull, mat
te. 1 or ytrir.uy. soft, abundant and ra
diant with lite. it not only saves the
hair, but gives it that incomparable
r;loss and beauty you desire.
Parisian Sa'f is delicately perfumed
not Micky or givasy and comes in
lifty cent bottbs at druggists or toilet
counters.
;et a bottle from Wettiek's ' Orig
inal Kut Hate Mdiolne itor- now
at once. Kub a little into the scalp
you will be surprise, with the result.
IelightMl users pronounce Parisian
Sage the best, most pleasant and in
vigorating hair tonic made. Pe sure
you get Parisian .ae. Advt.
TOOTH
n. real l
Celluloid
"brush for tOc. Ollubuds
Lruthees made. I'oonley
I'ntll Dec. 1st
handle tooth
are the best
Prug Store.
Advt.
SOME NEWS NOTES.
nliones.
S .Mich.
J. M.
St.
S.
Pavlea Laundry. Poth
Leslie, the optician. :501
Dr. Stoeckley, dentist, i
Rubber stamps and alphabets made
ty II. A. Pershinc. 2"0 S. Michigan
mi., room C. over Parke's. Advt.
1?m C J T S
Fometimos
plaints are in:
n, form of disi'
lister's Pocky
women well.
the good it dee.-. ioonl,-y Dru
nervous women s com-a-:in.;ry:
acain they are
ase. In any event, Hol
Mountain Tea makes
A tonic unequalled for
Store.
Advt.
CLOTHING for Men. Women
and Children. $1.00 per wevk
payment. Ojxn Thurxlay and
Saturday eTonin-..
BROWN'S CO.
305 S. Michigan Street.
n
Magnificent l'loral Tributes Presented
I'or Ml Jane Thompson, Daugh
ter of .Master Pur Ilullder.
ELKHART. Ind., Nov. 24. Floral
tril.utes valued at $3,000 were received
at the funeral of Miss Jane Thompson
which was held here Sunday. Miss
Thompson died Thursday In Buffalo
following an operation for cancer.
the body arrived here over the Lake
Shor lines in a private car at 9
o'clock Sunday morning.
Miss Thompson was the daughter
of YV. O. Thompson, who is master
car builder for the New York Central
lines. She was well known in Elkhart
and South Pend. Rev. A. U. Ogllvie
officiated at the funeral, and burial
took place in Grace Lawn cemetery.
The lloral tributes were probably
the largest that had ever been seen
at a funeral in Elkhart in years.
Anions the prominent people and of
ficials of the New York Central lines
who sent tributes was W. C. Drown,
former president of that railroad.
Hmf HAT-HQ H fl P C E TU AM
I0IIMI IO IIU1IUL I 1 1 Mil
Stomach SUFFERING
Is there any eathly reason why
you should suffer with some form
of Stom-V Liver, Intestinal Ail
ments. Gall
Stones, with its
agonizing pain
increasing- each
day, when you
ran be quickly
restored? Hu
ms n ailments
that in the past
were hord to
master by lone
drawn out
treatment?, are
today quickly
conquered b y
the progress sci
ence has made
In medicine. In
RESIDENT OF COUNTY
FOR FORTY 'YEARS DIES
Mrs. Catherine Zangerly Kramer,
wife of Nicholas Kramer, died at the
home of her daughter, Mrs. Peter
Scheibelhut, 2223 Catalpa av., at 11:45
o'clock Saturday night.
She was born Aug. 5, 1841,
Pruesen. Germany, and came to this
country nearly 40 years ago, being an
old and well known resident of Clay
township, where she resided until
three years ago. She was a very ac
tive worker in the Church of the
Sacred Heart, Notre Dame, being one
of its first members.
Peside her husband, she is survived
by six children, one brother and sis
ter, 16 grandchildren, and one great
grandchild. Mrs. John Klear, Mrs.
George Piek. Mrs. Peter Scheibelhut,
Mrs. Martin Gephart, Mrs. Charles Van
Iake and Nicholas Kramer, jr., are
the children. Mrs. Barbara Meehl Is
the sister and Nick Zangerly the
brother.
The funeral services will be held
from St. Mary's church Tuesday
morning at 9 o'clock. Rev. J. M.
Scherer officiating. Burial will be
made in Cedar Grove cemetery.
I 1 1 ml stoinarii
Trouble Yesterday
this respect Stomach Sufferers are
fortunate in being able to rid them
selves of their distressing aliments by
a more modern treatment as is Dr.
Flood's Scientific Stomach Remedy.
It has saved ynany from surgical
operations.
It acts In a mild and soothing way.
removing every particle of lodged,
dead and poisonous waste matter from
the entire digestive system and en
ables the Stomach and Bowels to
properly retain, digest and assimilate
food, doing away with sluggishness
and halting of putrid waste matter,
which, if allowed to remain, means a
slow poisoning of the whole system,
causing great pain and suffering. This
remedy will qulclky restore you to
health and you will soon have a
sparkle In your eye, a spring to your
step, color in your cheeks and a smile
In place of a haggard suffering look.
Be sure and ask for Dr. Flood's
in Htt Mmtlflc Stomach Remedy. Accept
no substitute. Your money cheer
fully refunded if it does not ac
complish quick results. Prepared by
Dr. Flood Remedy Co.. 32 4 V. Su
perior street, Chicago, 111. For sale
in South Bend by the American Drug
Co., 133 N. Main st., and other drug
gists. "Take It today feel better to-
There's a cure against getting old,
an excellent and thorough one. There's
nothing sensational about it; it's the
best that can be had under the exist
ing circumstances. Hollister's Rocky
Mountain Tea that's it. Begin to
night. Tea or Tablets 35 cents. Coonley
Drug Store. , Advt.
morrow.'
FIVE BOYS ARRESTED AS
AUTOMOBILE THIEVES
INDIANAPOLIS, Nov. 2 4. Five
boys, ranging in age from 14 to 16
years, sons of Irvington families, con
fessed to the police Sunday night to
a long list of automobile thefts. The
hoys said they planned to raise funds,
by selling the stolen machines to ob
tain concession privileges at the
Panama-Pacific exposition in San
Francisco next year.
The confession followed the arrest
in Paris. 111., of two boys who had
started west in a stolen car as the
advance guard of the quintet. The
two were arrested when they attempt
ed to exchange an extra tire for gaso
line In Paris. They were returned to
this city and implicated the other
three in their confession.
Tho three were taken to police
headquarters by their parents Sunday
night and later the five were released
to their parents without bonds. With
the exception of the machine taken to
tho Illinois city, all the automobiles
ptolen hy the hoys were found
abandoned in this city where the boys
had left them after "joy riding."
Worry is the mother of sick, ner
vous and troubled mentality, upsets
the entire physical system. The body
is a network of nerves. Hollister's
Pocky Mountain Tea soothes and
freshens tho entire system. Try It to
night. Tea or Ttables 35 cents. Coonley
Drug Store. Advt.
WILL PERMIT WOMEN TO
BECOME BULL M00SERS
INDIANAPOLIS. Nov. 2 4. All ar
rangements for the state progressive
conference to be held in connection
with the opening of the new progresss
ive club rooms Tuesday, were com
pleted Sunday. It has been decided
to permit women to become members
of the organization.
Men of national prominence will at
tend the conference. William Dudley
Foulke of Richmond, will preside in
the afternoon and Prof. James A.
Wcodburn of Indiana university in the
evening. Among the speakers will be
V. S. Sen. Moses TZ. Clapp of Minne
sota: Kverett Coll:, progressive can
didate for governor In New Jersey, in
the last election: former U. S. Sen.
Albert J. Peveridge. John T. Mc
Cutcheon. the noted cartoonist: Mrs.
Annette Funk, wife of the progressive
candidate for governor of Illinois in
P.12: Raymond Bobbins, progressive
state chairman of Ilinois and Edwin
M. Lee. Indiana state chairman.
Local progressive leaders expect a
large delegation here from over the
state for the conference.
NI1ARLY
Paleness-,
a;
KYKKY CHILD HAS
WORMS.
at times a flushed face.
unnatural hunger, picking the nos
great thirst, etc.. are indications of
worms. Kiekapoo Worm Killer is a
reliable, thorough medicine for the
removal of all kinds of worms from
children and adults. Kiekapoo Worm
Killer in pleasant candy form, aids
digestion, tones system, overcoming
constipation and increasing the action
of the liver. Is perfectly safe for
even the most delicate children.
Kiekapoo Worm Killer makes chil
dren happy and healthy. 25c. Guar
antied. Try it. Drug stores or by
mail. Kiekapoo Indian Medicine Co..
Philadelphia and St. Louis. Advertisement.
STOVES FOR HEATING
STOVES FOR COOKING
G-&E:E3: OR OlrlSXITJQ?
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HARDWARE COMPANY
MEXICAN DESPERADO '
JEERS AT PURSUERS
SALT LAKE CITY, Utah, Nov. 2 4.
Showing a cunning that baffled his
pursuers, Ralph Lopez, who killed
three peace officers and a fellow Mex
ican, was still at large Sunday. Al
though more than 100 men, several
of whom are among the best shots
In the west, are on his trail, Lopez
again exposed himself to their view
Sunday with the same bravado that
caused him to stand on top of a cliff
late Saturday and flre at a posse and
then Jeer at them when his bullets
made them seek shelter.
About noon Lopez descended from
the Lake mountains into Cedar val
ley, probably in search of food.
low
2 5c.
PLAYING CARDS. Special
prices. Finest cards and case
Flinch, Pinochle, Little Cards, Big
Cards of all kinds at Coonley Drug
Co. Advt.
TROOPS OFF TO NIP
NAVAJO INDIANS IN BUD
ALBUQUERQUE, N. M.f Xov. 2 4.
Traveling in two epecial trains, four
troops of the Twelfth U. S. Calvalry,
accompanied by a detachment of the
hospital corps and a commissary
wagon-train, passed through here
Sunday on the way to Gallup, where
Monday the troops will detrain and
march 100 miles overland to Ship
rock Agency on the Navajo reserva
tion, to quell an Incipient uprising
among Indians there.
Our $1.00 ALARM CLOCKS for 65c.
Our $2.00 WATCH for $1.00. Both
guaranteed for a year at Coonley Drug
Store. Advt.
XEItVOVS AND SICK lULVDACIIIlS
Torpid liver, constipated bowels
and disordered stomach are the
causes of these headaches. Take Dr.
King's New Life Pills, you will be
surprised how quickly you will get
relief. Thej stimulate the different
organs to do their work properly. No
better regulator for liver and bowels.
Take 25c. and invest In a box today.
Recommended by all druggists. Advertisement.
NATION WIDE CALL
MADE TO BOYCOTT EGGS
NEW YORK, Nov. 2 4. The heads
of 300 local organizations of the
Housewives league were notified by
telegram Saturday that the national
executive committee of which Mrs.
Julian Heath is chairman had called
a nation wide boycott m eggs, accord
ing to an announcerr.cnl made here
Sunday night. The league claims a
membership of 700,000 persons, all of
whom are asked to co-operate in the
movement.
The situation in the egg market was
described in the telegram as "acute
and chaotic." The consumers were
being exploited, it was asserted and
they were asked to cease using eggs
until conditions change. The message
was signed by Jennie Dewey Heath,
national president and Agnes R. Grif
fin, national secretary.
ONE DOSE RELIEVES
A COLB-1 jlE
"Pape's Cold Compound" Ends
Bad Colds or Grippe in a
Few Hours.
Relief comes Instantly..
A dose taken every two hours until
thfee doses are taken will end grippe
misery and break up a severe cold
either in the head, chest, body or
limbs.
It promptly opens clogged-up nos
trils and air passages in the head,
stops nasty discharge or nose run
ning, relieves sick headache, dullness,
feverishness, sore throat, sneezing,
soreness an dstiffness.
Don't stay stuffed-up! Quit blowing
and snurTling. Ease your throbbing
head! Nothing else in the world gives
such prompt relief as "Rape's Cold
Compound," which costs only 25 cents
at any drug store. It acts without
assistance, tastes nice, cau.es no In
convenience. Be sure you get the
penuine. Advt.
CM RR ELLAS. Good durable, low
priced umbrellas. If our prices are
not lower than anywhere else, tell us
and we will make them right. 50c.
75c and $1.0-0 at Coonley Drug Store.
AdvL
at Wyman's
at Wyman's
1s;ril m
Mm
At Wyman's
the Toyland Express is in
Straight from the Toy Factories of Santa Claus it comes bringing
crowds and crowds of Dolls, of Animals, of Mechanical Trains and
Automobiles "that go", in fact, every wonderful Toy made.
For weeks and weeks, this mighty army of Toys has hurried and
scurried to catch the Toyland Express and now it's here and unloaded
at Wyman's.
And Toyland is all astir with excitement Railways running through
tunnels, and over bridges Automobiles racing past, aeroplanes shooting
through the air together with Dolls, Games and other Toys make Toyland
quite lively.
The Bing Construction Sets and American Model Builders are also
here to interest boys belween 6 and 1 5 and they're the most wonderful
mechanical device ever made to amuse children.
Again Toyland is wide awake Santa Claus will make his head
quarters here we invite all to come, especially the children are welcome.
The Christmas Store of South Bend
GEO. WYMAN & CO
COULDN'T BREATHE
THROUGH HIS iOS
Was in Bad Condition When He
Called on Local Specialists
Had Almost Lost His Hear
ingIs Now Well.
The many seeming miraculous
cures which these great specialists
made in this city are so numerous that
our readers no longer marvel at their
great successes, but take it for grant
ed that when a patient is once accept
ed for treatment by the United Doc
tors that a cure is sure.
The case of Raul L. Harris, of 50S
North Michigan St., South Bend, a
young clerk in the Economy store, Is
one that excited much comment. A
very difficult case discharged in one
month. Mr. Harris tells his story as
follows:
"To whom it may concern:
I gladly take this opportunity of
publicly attesting my appreciation and
tendering my thanks to the United
Doctors whose success in treating my
case has been little short of a miracle.
From infancys until I reached the
age of four years it was impossible
for me to breath through my nose,
this being due partially to growths
which closed the air passages, and
partially to an injury which had de
formed my nose. At the age of four
years I was operated on by an emi
nent surgeon, but failed to gain .any
relief whatever. After this operation
my condition grew steadily worse. It
was utterly impossible for me to
breathe properly. I became almost
entirely deaf, was troubled with
chronic catarrh and sore throat which
caused coughing and spitting, my
breath was foul, my mouth was dry,
and my tongue heavily coated and I
suffered from intermittent pains in
my head and ears. As I grew older
the coughing, spitting, foul breath,
and the deformity of my nose be
came a great source of embarrassment
to me, and I became very' nervous
and irritable. At last through the so
licitation of a friend I was Induced to
visit the offices of the United Doctors
at South Pend, and they accepted my
case for treatment. After treating
with them for a period of one month
they discharged my case as cured,
all of my distressing symptoms having
been relieved, my hearing completely
restored, and the deformity of my
nose properly corrected.
I have never had any return of my
trouble, and a period of one year has
elapsed sirice my case was discharged.
I make this public statement in the
hope that it may be the means of giv
ing to some like sufferer a ray of
1 ope, that they may know the happi
ness that comes from the realization
of what perfect health means.
Paul L, Harris,
508 N. Michigan Street."
The United Doctors' South Pend In
stitute is located on the second floor
of the Toepp Building on So. Main. St.,
opposite the postoffice. Adv.
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Motle the Sailings to Beytog Youif
Tlnaieksgjivleg
ralttmff
Sepplies all
W. J.KEIDHART
114 E. Jefferson St.
Painting, Wall Papering
and Picture Framing
WOMEN'S $1.00 KID I MEN'S 50c SHIRTS AND MEN'S 25c HEAVY
GLOVES DRAWERS WOOL SOX
79c 39c 2.9c
WOMEN'S $1.00 UNION I WOMEN'S 25c KNIT I WOMEN'S 10c TAN
SUIT GLOVES HOSE
59c BSc , Sj-c
MISSES 15c WOMEN'S 19c MISSES' 25c
HOSE HOSE HOSE
9c 1 Oc i 17c
TO $10.00 DRESSES TO $15.00 COATS TO $25.00 SUITS
$4.85 $S.5Q $8.50
Women's, Men's and Misses GO QC Children's $1.50 Wool QCp
$4.00 Wool Sweaters for pLiU J Sweaters for UJU
GIVING
TMAMffi!
3 lbs. Fancy Head Rice O C A
for 3u
Three 10c Cans Van Camp's OCo
Milk for Li
50c can Price's Balring Q Q O
Powder 00b
25c Can Rumf ord Baking 1 Q p
Powder .1 Ob
"Regular 20c Long Shredded 1 R p
Cocoanut ' J w
Fancy Red Alaska Salmon, 1 7p
can 1 '
15c Box Toilet Qp
Snn Ob
Five 5c bars Fairbanks'
Fancy Soap
19c
GROCERIES
25c Can Runkel's 1 Q n
Cocoa lOU
20c Cake Runkel's Baking ICn
Chocolate J b
13c can Ruby Early June Qp
Peas 3 w
13c Can Ruby Tomatoes
for
25c Can White House Sliced 9 fl T
Pineapple Ub
Two 10c packages Macaroni 1
or Spaghetti U
25c can California Asparagus 20 C
25c Bottle Snider's
Catsup
9c
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