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THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES.
Indiana News In Brief. UNION FELE0RAM COIA'M Bl'S.-i-Ueoausc thcyfare the only blacksmiths in their neighbor Dress Materials Severely Cut In Prices for Quick Disposal Room for Xmas Goods is in Great Demand hoods. Vail Cilery- and John Seelee j i THCO. N. VAIL, PRESIDENT have been excused from duty on the etit Jury in :he Bartholomew circuit court. Jud&e Wickens excused tnem because their absence would work a hardship on the farmers. MONDAY, NOVHMIUni 21, 1913. rGEEKnrK l! : : . On LlUU U U Lit WESTER ' a a ,7 - & AfodL. 1 THE WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH COMPANY sua Michigan News In Brief. HATT1J-: CKi:i:K. The Lnportn pcprrator plant of the M. Humbly Co. will be removed to this eity in 1914. This will tripb the manufacturing of F'prrators in the local plant and will iilso increase the output of steam en gines and boilers. DAD Ai:. BnMJan Kramer or Mindon i ty, was seriously injured while duck hunting when a compan ion's iin accidentally discharged. The bullet entered his rlijht thiRh. ALPILNA. YawI r.aumsa liner f spruce, will loe. bin left arm as a re sult of a hunting accident. ;ILND KAI'IDS. Seven soars :io Asa rioebuek stole a typewriter in this city. He was arrested and save bond for his appearance, but jumped his bail. He went to California, ac cumulated a substantial fortune, and two months aso was married and came with his wife to Michigan to make a visit. Yesterday he was ar rested on .the charge made seven j ears aso. ST. JOSKPIT. Horridi's oldest bridegroom appeared today when John Nichols, Coloma pioneer aged TS. mar ried Mary Teeters, winsome youtiR lass of 72. Despite their advanced age both " appeared at the court house and obtained the license. It was a doubly auspicious day for Nichols, as it was also his birthday. HOIJjAND. T. M. CimplHl, of In diana, lias been secured by the Hol land Poultry association to act as Judge at the fourteenth annual show which will be held the latter part of liext month. Kive silver cups and other prizes will be awarded. SA;INAV. Pearl limiting has be come a fad in Saginaw during the last few days. The dredge Niagara, which is at work near Cheboygan, has thrown up thousands of clams and many have produced pearls which have sold here tis high as sso. DYlTLi: ( "Ki:i:K. Dr. .T. ll. Kel- logir. in a recent operation on a citizen of West Virginia, removed 2, gall stones, which is considered a new med ical record. The greatest number in the experience of the local sanita rium's experience, previously removed iv as on. The patient is making rapid recovery. FT. WAYNE MAN OUT FOR STATE TREASURER (George A. Ililtlcr, Member of State Hoard of Accounts, Announces His Candidacy. South Bend democracy, and. In fact, the democracy of the whole state, is being apprised these days of the candidacy of George A. Bittler of Fort Wayne, member of the state board of accounts, for the namina tion for state treasurer on the demo cratic ticket next year. Bittlerwas born in Fort Wayne 32 years ago. Liotn Fort Wayne news papers, the Journal-Gazette and the Sentinel, are pressing his candidacy on the ground, not only of efficiency, but because Allen county has not been accorded an elective state office in many years. Gov. Marshall called Mr. Bittler from among a large field of eandi dates in 1909 to succeed Wm. M. Fogartv of Indianapolis on the state board of accounts. Bittler is reputed to have made an enviable record In that capacity. Y ELTON MAKES REPORT ON WORK IN MUKDEN Y. M. C A. Missionary in China Wlio is Supported by Association Here Tells of His Work. Secy. J. Q. Ames of the Y. M. C. A. has received a report from Elmer Yelton, general secretary of the Muk den association in China. Yelton ia maintained by South Bend pqople and during the past week an effort has been under way to raise $1,000 to be sent to him to meet his ex penses for the next six months. Sev eral business men have given sums o $."0 and others have given smaller amounts. Mukden is the political capital o Manchuria and is its leading educa tional. commercial and social center This, according to Yelton's report gives the association a chance to in tluence a lartre territory with a vast number of inhabitants. The secretary pointed out tnat one of the biggest needs of the presen is a model work there that will set big example for Manchuria. The as sociation needs finance, workers and equipment. It has the support of al classes and many of the Confusas a . I f til .iUlTl air vutii i luuiii (.K M n.i... .s a rcouii in . - eing struck in the eye with he shot from an airgun. the seven-year-oiu son of Mr. and Brs. Ben Kolkkersma will lose the us of the eye. A move ment to prevent the use o: airguns in the city limits has started as a re the accident. 'Ult of HASTINGS. Many prominent local democrats are out for the po.tmaster fsl,:p which has been resigned by John C. Ketch. i m. A message verifying his moe has been received here. His reasons- are not known. CBKPH TOILET. Good quality. .ar?o rolls. Special price ,"c a roll. for 2."c at Coonley Urim s'toro. Advt. SHACKLETON TO TAKE SCOTT'S ROAD TO POLE LONDON. Nov. 2 Undismayed Tv the .Scott expediton. Sir Ernest Shackleton. famous antarctic explorer, who iiad reached farthest south be fore Capt. Amundsen discovered the south pole, is planning another south polAr dash to take place within two years. He will follow the route taken by Capt. cott. money toward its upkeep. CONNKHSVILLK. A movable tank in the Whitewater creamery murst and 'JO gnllons of yellow cre;m went into a sewer. Fred Doenges, the owner, shed tears over the spilled milk. RICHMOND. T Richmond Gas Co. announced recently that users of gas must either present a guaranty bond signed by a property owner or t deposit So in cash before gas would i be furnished them. The board of pub lic works has issued a decree forbid ding the collection of this deposit and instructing the public that Its demand is Illegal. ANDIIRSON. Tbreo more saloons will open in Anderson as a result of the recent election. The commission ers decided that the population was shown to be 2 8,000. entitling the city to additional thirt parlors. IN DIANA POLL-. Figures compil ed in the office of SJtate Supt. Great house show that 22VJS4 children in Indiana within the limits of school br did not attend school last year. A Fteady decrease in the number of stu dents attending the higher grade is noticed. The total enrollment in St. Joseph county for the year was 14,077 and the average attendance 10,965. a BIBLES. Closing out. Regular ;0e Bible 29c. $2.50 Bibles at $1.65 at Coonlev Drug tore. Advt. THUKMOS IMTTLES. All kinds. Caraffes with cases. Finest stock at pbout half prices at Coonlev- Irug ft or-. Advt. ri.r;iiTi:K in balloon. FHRTH, Germany. Nov. 24. After rt adventurous 11 -hour balloon vnv flge. Mile. Poincare. daughter of the president of France, lar.de 1 at Koeck nnfpn Monday. GOSHEN SENDS 50 MEN AND BAND TO BANQUET Plans have been completed for the banquet of the Ad-Sell league at the Oliver hotel Tuesday evening. As this will be known as "Goshen night." a delegation of 50 from that city includ ing the Rogers band will arrive in South Bend by special car at 6 o'clock. The delegation will include many Goshen manufacturers. Joseph M. Farrell of the Goshen Sash & Door Co. will make a short in troductory address. Dr. Madison Swadener and F. M. Skinner will de liver the principal addresses. The Go shen members of the league are: Mayor S. F. Spohn, John Banta, George Richardson, lrvin and II. B. Kelley. Joseph Mishler, George Mutschler, Joseph M. Farrell, Gtcre Slate and O. M. Kinnison. ORIGINAL WILSON MAN SENT TO PHILIPPINES W A j? 1 1 1 XGTOX. Nov. 2 4. Pre?. Wilson Monday selected Gen. Clinton Riggs of Baltimore to be a member of the Philippine commission. Gen. Itiggs was one of the original Wilson men of Maryland and is a Princeton graduate. He has been a close friend of the president for many years and his appointment was rec ommended by Secy. Garrison. LJJ (LP iJ There is Only One 4: D That is n m E3Ddda) MUM 2d B 02(3 USED TfiE WORLD OVER TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY. Always remember the full name, lor thii fciiruaturo. on even box. Look 2jc. STOIGI UPSET? Mi-o-na Will Prevent Further Trouble It Quickly and Sure ly Ends Indigestion and Stomach Distress. Two Big Tables Crowded With Dress Goods of Newest $1.25 to $1.50 Grades Wo Storm Serges C French Serges Prunellas Tailored Suitings Plain Wool Crep Striped Wool Cr, M Satin-finish Materials Whipcords Vigoureux Striped Suitings Diagonal Suitings Zibelines, etc. a if If you have headache, coated tongue, distress after eating, heart burn, belching of gas and undigested food and that tired feeling you are suffering with dyspepsia. Now at once is the time to stop this distress. A delay may be serious. Mi-o-na Stomach Tablets is the remedy. They are absolutely harm less. Get a fifty cent box today. Their action is sure, effective and imme diate. Besides stopping the distress, Mi-o-na soothes the irritated walls of the stomach and strengthens the gas tric glands so that they pour out their daily supply of digestive materials. Mi-o-na surely and quickly stops stomach distress and improves and strengthens the digestive system so that what you eat is converted Into nutrition and the entire system is properly nourished. Then you are well and strong. Mi-o-na is always sold on the money back if not benefited plan by Wet tick's Original Kut Rate Medicine Store and druggists everywhere. Adv PASTRY SALE. Given by the ladles of the Temple Beth-el. Tuesday, Nov. 25, at Elbel Bros'. Music Store. Advt. MINISTER MIXES SAND FOR NEW GYMNASIUM CHICAGO, Nov. 24 Mixing ce ment and shoveling sand are not con sidered beneath the dignity of a min ister by Rev. Johnson, pastor of a Presbyterian church here. Each Sat urday he leads a class of boys from his church, who are building a gym nasium and social room in connec tion with the church and the work is nearing completion. BROTILKRIIOOD MEETS. The Men's Brotherhood Bible class of Trinity Presbyterian church will hold their llrst monthly social and supper in the church basement Mon day night. "Corn-Starch-Jim" Mar tin of Elkhart will address the gath ering at the 'close of the supper. The men are planning to gather at 7:15 and some 120 men are expected. TOMORROW we will place on sale a large assortment of the most popular weaves of dress goods that are actually worth a quarter to a half more than the sale price 98c Storm Serges Radically educed A timely quantity purchase at an ex ceptionally low figure was brought to our notice through our New York office. Sub sequently it is now brought to your notice for there is nothing good in this way that has escaped us. Depend on us to look to your needs in a most advantageous way. The way we have looked to them in this instance is told here: Regular $2.00 Navy Storm Serges (56 inch) $1.49 yd. Regular $l.5o Navv Storm Serges (54 inch) $1.12 yd. Regular $1.25 Navy Storm Serges (50 inch) 98c yd. Regular $1.00 Navv Storm Serges (45 inch) 69c yd. " ,! Regular 5'9c Navy Storm Serges (36 inch) 48c yd. f 44 to 54 Inches wide are these mater ials that we -will specially reduce for quick clearance. While the lot lasts there are bound to be hundreds of eager buyers of them. Regular 1.50 D ress Silks onSaleatonly BSc yd. A brilliant selection of the best novelties we've had this season will suffer severe under pricing to effect stock reduct quickly. In the lot are English silk serges with pencil stripes, two-toned faille, suiting; silks im designs appropriate for travel" i or street wear. Remnant Sale of Fancy White Goods Here are the fruits of a busy fall with White Goods. These fruits come to you in the wav of Half Regularly Sale prices on lengths of pretty Dim ities, Lawns, Barred Goods, Swisses, Mer cerized Jacquards, Fancy Batistes, etc., etc. Dozens and dozens of lengths in these materials that are suitable for doll dresses, aprons, boudoir caps, Waists, chil dren's dresses, etc., for personal use or to inexpensively applv to the gift list. These splendid opportunities will not last long, so select vours earlv to select the best. M A Lot of White Dotted Swisses (40 inch) 35c Grade Special at 19c yard. ROBERTSON'S In The Heart of South Bend ROBERTSON'S PRIESTS RISK LIVES TO SAVE SACRED VESSELS NEW YORK, Nov. 2 4. Led by Mgr. Joseph O'Connell, 8 0 years old. who had risen from a sick bed, four Catholic priests early. Monday rushed through srtioke and flames in St. Mary's Star of the Sea church in Brooklyn and saved the sacred ves sels. ; Meanwhile more- than 500 parish ioners, who had been aroused by the lire, knelt in the streets and prayed for the safety of the priests and the church. The tire was .put out. after $10,000 damage. Carload of E. AVash st. SAFES. second hand safes. 117 Advt. 1)1 DXT KNOW IT WAS LOADED. CHICAGO. Nov. 2 4. Geo. Moore had the end of his nose shot off while burning rubbish in his yard. George didn't know there was a cartridge in the bonfire. Gin i. SOUTH r$T MARKETS. FLOUR AXI FEED. (Corrected Daily by Koob'ock & Hydraulic Are. . Crrla and Flour Bujlnjr wheat at f0c; oats at Vic; retailing at "0: rye, COe; corn, buying at CTc; selling at SOo. TALLOW AXD HIDES. (Oorrectei DaUy by S. W. Llppuun, 210 N. Main St) Tl!w Rough. 2c to 2H: rendered. No. 1. 4Jic to SHr; No. 2. 3Vir to 4U,. Hides No. 1 green hides. Uc to 13e; cured, calf skins, loic to l'Hc; wool, 17c to 20c. DEATHS WILLIAM IIAKIt. William Harr, 64 years old, died Sunday morning at 5:15 o'clock at the home of his sister. Mrs. I. II. Rush, in Union township, from the effects of a kick in the stomach last Thurs day by a horse. He is survived by three sisters, Mrs. Aaron Kessler, of Tippecanoe: Mrs. I. H. Rush, and Mrs. Matilda Harr of South Rend. The body may be viewed at Mrs. Rush's residence up to the hour of the funeral, which will be held Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Burial will be made in "Lakeville cemetery. Market. 12 H? Get a POULTRY AND MEATS. (Corrected Dally by tfce Frndfil 125 N. Main St.) Toaltrj Spring chicken, paying to 13c; selling at 20.- to 23c. Meats Ketail: al. 20c to SOc; round ateak. 'JO? to 25e ; tlrlola steak. SOe; porter fcouae. 35c to 40c: beef roas, 20c to 25c; boillnjr beef. 10c to 20c: lard. ISc; smoked ham. itfc to 40c; old chickens, paymc Ji pelllnj; at 20 Oysters. 40e to COo quart. Turkevs p-ariny He to 20c dressed, selling 2s- ii,: TBOYISIONR. (CatTectM Dally by F. T. Mueller. 211 East Jeffereon BouleTard.l Fruit Oranges, rer cusp, Sd.SO. selling t MX per dozen. Iyoraona, per c-hst $u..V selliug .it 4oc per dozen, liscanaa, burins Ti.V per dozon. Cauliflower, buying $2 dox T.V to per buncn. Hadishes, paring en; filing 2-V eah. Keg plants, buytEg 12 a doz.. selling 20c each. Vegetable New en'dmge, paying 2c per pound; sflllne at 4 l'otatot, 70c per bushel, jelling at 25 per peck. Uutter and Egr Country butter, pay ing 22 to iOc; aeiing 27c to 35c. Cream. carry out of the fry. P.7 Kge. strirtiy fresh, paying .".-- Ltr,lf( . 11."-, srjiiuK 10 GENT CASGARETS" U. S. MOVIE FILMS WOULD REACH AROUND THE WORLD WASHINGTOX, Nov. 2 4. The U. S. leads the world, in the manufacture of I sue motion picture films and if the films made in this country in 1913 were placed together, a string 25.000 miles long-, enough to reach around the world, would result, says a report is- by the bureau of commerce. Their value was $n,r0 0.0OO. land is our chief customer. F.ng- PIPEP. Finest line ever brought to this city. (lenuine Briar Iix.t nnd Meerschaum. iMc to $.".00 at Cuonb v Drug Store. Adv. S 1 .00 Outing Flannel Gown; vTGHT DISTRIBUTION OF RIGHT MERCHANDISE RIGHT PRICES" fancv whit 69c. or plain Tuesday Sl.oo KLi Gloves, Black, White or Tan, Tuesday Tuesday 69c. si y 1 A 1 f3 f fax I 15 YOUR LAXATIVE Best Liver and Bowel Cleanser and Stomach Regulator Known. to 40c to 4r HAT. ST HAW AXD TEFD. fCorrerTM dally ty tie V?eiey Miller Flour -- j if. St Feed Co.. 420 Mlchlffif at.) ll:iv pavintr $13 to ?15 per ton. selling at $i to S.V. Straw paying: t $7. filing nt er bale. UM -orn paying 70- per bu.. sfliin at tt Vc t hu.; new -rn paying jkt 1u. felling at CV? to 7i- ir bu. Oits paying ifc p-r bu., sellinc at 47c to .r4V pt-r bu. Clover seed ptiylng fl.W rr bu. LIVE STOCK. Henry f.it uteorjj. live -wt., K'i to 57.1'.".; (In mh, JlJ.oo t Sl.'.r). l .Ier. .i.7." t ?'..T".. spr.ns l.im's on f.t. ."i.'.'o t drt-svl. llr to l.V. H-sr', 17." to .V) pounds, $7.C.j to $7.to; dressed, 10li to 10-cent box. Put aside just once the alt?, Pills, Castor Oil or Purgative Waters which merely force a pasageway through the bowels, but do not thor oughly eleanse, freshen and purify these " drainage organs, and have no effect whatever upon the liver and stomach. Keep your "insldes" pure and fresh with Cascarets. which thoroughly cleanse the stomach, remove the undi gested, sour food and foul gases, take the excess bile from the liver and system all the con- ttpated wastt? matter ana poisons in th bowels. A Cascaret tonight will make you feel Kreat by mornintr. They work while you sleep never gripe, sicken, and cost only 10 eents a box from your drut,'glt. Millions of men and women take a. Cascaret now and then and never have Headache, Biliousness, Coated Tongue, Indigestion. Sour Stomach or Constipated Bowels. Cas carets belong In every household. Children just love to take them. Adv. to criti-: a cold in oxi: day Take LAX ATI VK BliOMO QUININE Tablets. DriiKisLs refund monev if it fails to cure. E. W. GROVE'S Sig nature is on each box. 2Zc. lAilvt. $1.50 Silk Dress Velvets Rmrlr an Tuesday . . . . $12.50 Ladies' Silk D resses Poplins and Messalines, Black and Colors, Tues. 9r 3 $ 1 .25 Allover Laces in large selection, Tuesday . $5.00 Children Coats, uroy, Velvets and Cloth, Tuesday . . y Cord- $1 .00 Dress G oo Colors, Tuesday .... $1.00 Fancy Silks in all Colors, Tuesday . ds, all 49c 69c Fancy Dress Trimmings Beautiful trimming that sold at all prices Tuesday . . . Off $25 Ladies' Beautiful Winter Coats, immense (Rig $25 Ladies' Tailored Suits in large selection. ZD 7 Tuesday . . j 4 1 1 $5.00 Dress Skirts, Navy j Blue Serges, A 1 uesdav . . . . V8 $6.50 Ladies' Serge Dresses, Black and Colors, QJ? ( Tuesday 75c Ladies, Misses' and Chil drens' Vest. Pants or Drawers, wool woven, Op Tuesday 1000 Dress Goods Remnants All kinds, Black and Colors, about Tuesdav i-6 1 i r V 1