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THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES.
JIDMI.W, NOVKMIIlrit 21. 1913 LE CLASS SET n HEX in jU f WSA?LA Ik s i I I. x "SoO AW will I ell you J K Most any retailer now s WRIG LEV'S ;Y. M. C. A. Missionary Worker Asserts Education of People Along Christian Lines Will Solve Problem. w by the box This famous confection that's liked everywhere that benefits everyone that's constant delicious and inexpensive aid to teeth. breath, appetite and digestion -is now selling for less than cent a stick by the box! Take it home tonight! Sts clean, pure, healthful ifit'sWrigley's Ihe great popularity of the clean, pure, heaithfa! VimGSJEVS BEmtfb- is causing unscrupulous persons to wrap rank imitation; that are not" even real chewing gum so they resemble genuine WRIGLEVS. The better class of stores will not try to fool you with these imitations. They will be offered to you princi pally by street fakirs, peddlers and the candy departments of some 5 and 10 cent stores. These rank imitations cost dealers one cent a package or even less and are sold to careless people for almost any price. If you want Wrigley's look before you buy. Get vjhat you pay for,. Be SURE it's VJRBGLEV'S, "Hope for the solution of the Mexican problems lies in the new forming middle-class", said Rev. a. K. Turner, Y. M. C. A. misplonary worker from Mexico, in an address at the local association building to over 100 men Sunday afternoon. He said that there is slowly form ins In Mexico a middle class which realizes the oppression of the old forms of government and through education has come to see the need of better management of affairs. "During the past few years the country has had an educational awakening", he said. "It has devel oped and progressed industriously, due to the foresight of this new middleman. For the firpt time he is given a chance to learn, and his ignorance removed, the middleman resolves to resent the cruel treat ment of the haughty masters. That still greater educational in stitutions be furnished and that Christianity be instituted as the only, method of equipping the middleman with an ability to save the naton, was the assertion of the secretary. He showed that the Mexican country was wealthy in industrial provisions, that with the labor there, properly mustered it could be made an im portant commercial nation. In ad dition to being able to furnish the world with great commercial assist ance, the country is situated in a position where it could be of great value to evangelizing heathen Latin America. Rev. Turner referred briefly to the leaders who had taken advantage of the war for liberty and selfishly made an effort to secure as much loot from fallen cities as possible. He 'as serted that he believed that Presi dent Wilson will be able to settle the trouble there without intervention, and said that Christianity must be back of the men that are put at the head of the government before the trouble would be settled. A CONSUMPTIVE COUGH. A cough that bothers you continu ally is one of the danger signals which warns of consumption. Dr. King'.i New Discovery stop that cough, loosen the chest, banish fever and let you sleep peacefully. The first doso checks the symptoms and gives prompt relief. Mrs. A. F. Mertz. of Glen Elyn, Iowa, writes: "Dr. King's New Discovery cured a stubborn cough after six weeks' doctoring fail ed to help." Try It, as it will do the eame for you. Best medicine for coughs, colds, throat and lung trou bles. Money back if it fails. Price 50c and $1.00. Recommended by all dealers. Advertisement. ft SELF BOY SHOOTS B EXPERIMENT JJnery Jlorvnth AVill Iso Hand us Jlesult of Shotgun Test While Alone. While his father and younger brother were attending church in South Pend Sunday morning accord ing to. their custom, Knery Horvath, 16 years old, decided to stay home on hLs uncle's farm four miles south of the city and experiment with a shot gun. He blew a hole in his hand and amputation will be necessary according to Dr. Oscar Von Barandy, who attended him. The boy was tak en to tho Epworth hospital. Knery usually accompanied his uncle and brother, who is 14 years old. He and his brother came to iouth Bend from Hungary to Join their father three months ago. They have ail lived on the farm of the uncle, 1'loria.n Horvath. The accident occurred while Enery was Jumping through a fence, shot gun in hand. Try NEWS-TIMES WANT ADS Good Cheer Aids igestion of Food D Dyspeptics Can .Make tho IUt of tho Family Happy by t"sin a I,axatle-tonU The temper of the family anil tb good cheer around the table depend much on tho Kood diir silon of each individual prtvsent that tho oxporiencos of Fo.mo former dyspeptics who over came their troublo should Ue of in tercut to thoso now suffering in this way. The bost advice one can give but it Is advice that is seldom hooded i to vat slowly and ma-ticato oach iiMUthful carefully. However, i'" slow oatir.i: and careful mastication Tail the next aid is one oloso to na ture. Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. This r.mcilv is an ocollont dikrestant. and in addition to helping In tho di : st ion f.f tho food, acts trently on tho a cumulation of waste that should M.e being fu Sni n n ia:u irs lonK "K'o h;ne b-on paod orY. It is already familiar with its merits. He .safo, reliable. pleaimt-tastln and iu ts are always guaranteed or money result, are guaranteed. uin funded. Ma Martin, of Joplin. Mo., now When yon u? Syrup Ir-isin you 77, thinks lr. Caldwell's Syrup ivpsln will -oe tho fallacy of chewing mints has hHped him a longer and happier 'and tablets or of taking cathartics, life. Ho has not felt so ood in year s-ilt.. pill and similar drastic medi ns ho has since taking this excellent rines. Unlike these. Syrup Pepsin medicine, and in ssito f hi: 77 y.ns does no: lose its is'ood effects, and by he says he fools liko a !.. .automatically tratninc: tho stomach It is tho ide.il remedy for indUost-: and howels muscles to do their work, in. no matter how severe; nstip- soon restores these organs to normal. ;ition. no matter how chronic. !ilhu:s- ' Families wishing to try a free ?am nrs.x, headaches, -as on the stomach, pie bottle can obtain it postpaid by drowsiness after eating and similar adtlressim; Dr. YV. H. Caldwell. 4 1 annoyances, Washington t., Monticello. III. A You can obtain nr. Caldwell's, postal card with your name and ad Syrup Pepln at any ilrusr store for drcs on it will Jo. A J:. - .- v - . ' . ' ; r . . v - i LITTLE SISTERS OF POOR DEPAR St. Anthony's Convent Ordered Closed by Bishop Alerding Father DeGroote Pays High Tribute to Work. "FIO man should oves' u look the quality that has made &1EGGA the banner cigarette brand Oi America. !n the I1ECCA Turkish Blend there is a perfect union of the choicest types of tobacco grown in the world selected by the greatest leaf-experts at homo (and in Turkey. ( There is mellowness that comes only from well-ripened tobacco. There is smoothness that comes only from the most skillful blending. There is a wealth off fragrance and flavor that afford perfect satisfaction. Try MECCA today in the new, oval, foil-wrapper package of 205 compact, convenient. IV2ECCA will maet every test of quality. Turkish Blend CIGARETTES In the new foil package 20 TRY NEWS-TIMES WANT ADS I.J. S. 3IAHTIX fiftv oenUs or one dollar, tho lattor The sweet faces and modest f?arb f the Little Sisters of the Poor will be yeen no more on their missions of charity in Souti Hend. St. Anthony's convent at 2 22 S. Scott St.. which for 14 years has been the center of one of the noblest works in the citv will be closed this week. at the command of Bishop Alerding:. of Ft. Wayne. The six Uttle Sisters will 1:0 to Gary to take charge of a hospital there. St. Anthony's convent was opened in S.mrh riend 14 years ago. two nuns having been sent to the city from the niotlur convent at Ft. Wayne at the request of a priest who yaw the need of their work here. As the city has j-' r w : i r.nd the need increased, the nuniher has been raised to six and ihei" place will not easily be filled. They l ave carried on a work in the congested part of the city similar to that of the visitlnj? nurse, except that they der-ended for their living en tr iy upon oluntary offerings. They ha'e never set a price upon their services but have accepted only what those whom they have served felt able to pay which was very often nothing at "all. When there was a sister in the convent to answer it. however, r.o call has ever been re- fUJed. Kev. Jr.hn F. DeGroote In his ser mons at St. Patrick's church Sun day, paid hiKh tribute to the work of the filters and expressed deep re- rrer at their departure. The proper name of the order to which thev belong is the Poor Hand maids of Jesus Christ, but they arn more generally known here as the Little Sisters of the Poor. The order was founded in Germany in 1S51. They beean their labors In the United States in through the efforts of nt. Ttev. John Leurs. at that time a Hishop of Ft. Wayne and Kev. Kd-1 ward Koenir. pastor of St. Paul's1 church at Ft. Wayne. St. Jo.eph hos-i pital and convent was established there in 1S89. I Its as natural to look at trie fine points by Gas Light, as by Day riwui.iii iwnum jiw I'imi imp m mi 9 a V t i';Mn mjh I ")' ' t .---T. -, , ,, i. ... ..-.. . ... '- EIIIHIUW .mu IIMI.I II I XII I "1 " .llifllHlllWWjHl I 111 l.l MM I -- ----i i i - - ' - i i ni ii ii - - - - - - "- : - - -. , . ,,.. ., .a 8 1 fft No artificial light can compare with Incandescent Gas Light for close work or reading. Its very quality has main tained it as the most modern light. We have lamps, shades, domes, showers and fixtures to suit every pur pose and every decorative scheme. Stop at the gas office and see them before you decide upon lighting fixtures for your home or place of business, or ask us to send a representative to you. Gas Company Have you ever watched your laundress launder your table linen? .If your work is carried out and brought back in a basket what do you know about how it was washed ? This laundry is open to inspection at all times. Table linen is not washed with anything else here nor is under wear nor are collars nor are handkerchiefs. Come in a see for yourself! Honestly, isn't it a matter worth being sure about? jTf::v ; "THE SLICK WAY" Is real economy anJ means satisfaction t" vou. SUCK'S LAUNDRY & DRY CLEANING CO. Home Phone 5117. Bell Phone 117 as TODAY MATIM.i: AND XlCiHT V. II. C A n ten Corp Presents X ITV III A j I". MA VX A I II Lifturcr in I-:ukciiIi at r.. a. n, hai.u old con :t nocsr. Kvcry Patient a Booster for SWM, The Chiropractor, Rheumatism. 302-r,0f Dean Building. Home Phone lG.",. If you cannot come, telephone Phones Home 5392; Bell .".02. The Eliel Pharmacy izmuj iu:yi:ii. i'h. g., Msr. W e deliver orders promptly i Raincoats and Rubbers at THE RUBBER STORE 2; S. Michigan St. Watches Cor rectly Repaired and Guaranteed Work Shop -nd floor Klevator L. H. O RVIS FUNERAL DIRECTOR Id .Wl-tant 12! Norte lirhlj;a:i St. Home r,29T. Bell 29. HHiGHESTER S PILLS THE lfilO.D UHA.M. I iki Mktr. Mot r irjriiu Ak f in.. rn.Tn.'i DIAMOND lttV.Ml 11 LL", (t Bit CL AUER-'S Try NEWS-TIMES WANT ADS