OCR Interpretation


South Bend news-times. (South Bend, Ind.) 1913-1938, December 02, 1913, AFTERNOON Edition, Image 12

Image and text provided by Indiana State Library

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn87055779/1913-12-02/ed-1/seq-12/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for 12

12
tcksday, i)i:ci:.Miu:n 2, 1912.
THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES.
AUTO SPEEDERS
GET JAIL TERMS
Relative of Theodore Roosevelt
Refuses to Pay Fine and
Buys Meal For All the In
mates of Prison.
five
"SKW YORK. Pec. 2. Nearly
hundred automobile driver., lmh pro
fessional chauffeurs ami owners f
cars, came to polJre courts Monday
In response, to s'lrnmnses hr.nd'd to
them Sunday in a crusade by the city
authorities against sx'-din In the
streets. In November a new monthly
record of automobile accident fatal
ities was established.
Finea of or 2. amounting to
5 2.500 "wero ooiU'cted from those,
found fruilty Monday. More than one
hundred refused point blank to pay.
They were sent to jail for from one
to five days. Magistrates announced
that more f'vero penalties would be
imposed hereafter. Several (if the
defendants wero women.
Amonpr thos who ejected to ac
cept the jail alternative was Theodore
Roosevelt Pell, a relative to Theodore
Roosevelt. Pell, entering the jail to
servo a nomin.al ono day term, about
live, o'clock In the afternoon, was
greeted with cheers. He announced
he would buy dinner for all the
prisoners.
Attaches were despatched to near
by restaurants and automobilists and
ail others in jail enjoyed Pell's hos
pitality, which cost him the amount
of the fino he had declined to pay.
The increase In auto, accidents in
the streets is shown here by a report
piven out Monday by the National
Highway Protective society. In Nov
ember 33 persons were killed, includ
ing children and 115 more injured.
In two months there have been more
fatalities than in Chicago .-ill last year.
In November the deaths were nearly
three times as many hs elsewhere in
this itate. In this city 277 persons
have been killed, in eleven months,
Sf more than in all of 1T12.
WILL PRESENT BEN HUR
Second JtcndUiff to Ih (lit en at St.
Paul's M. 1Z. Thursday.
Final preparations .are belnp: made
at St. Paul's M. 12. church for the
.'presentation, Thursday nisht, of the
fecond part of the Pen Hur entertain
ment. The pastor will pjve a short
synopsis of tht previous program.
The pecond part of the monologue
includes the most interesting and
dramatic scenes of th- great play and
story. The chariot race and the
crucifixion of Christ will both be the
11 features of the entertainment. An
appropriate program Is berns prepar
ed by the choir.
BICYCLE STORE ENTERED
TJiIcvra Get ;mh1s Valued at $100
Sunday Nfplit.
Thieves broke into tho Charles II.
AVhitmore bicyclo shop. 121 K. Jeffer
son boulevard, Sunday night and stole
rillos, cartridges and flashlights worth
about $100, according to a report
made to tho police yesterday. They
entered the store by prying oren a
window oft a small courtyard in the
rear.
I'll 1ST PJH CKOSS
stamp hiiinks $200
AL1JANY, X. Y.. Doc. 2. New
tricks in auctioneering were intro
duced by Gov. Glynn Monday when
he dropped the hammer a paper
weight on the first Red Cross
Christmas Ftamp to be sold in the
state this year.
Tho auction took place in the ex
ecutive chamber before about 2 3
voluntary and involuntary bidders.
Finally the stamp reached $1H5
and there it stuck. The governor
argued and pleaded but without
? access.
'O, men." ho cried, swinging his
paper weight in one hand and
holding up tho stamp in the other,
"how can you let such u beautiful
work of art go for such a pittance?
Think of It only $15. Do 1 hear
more?
lie did not. so he put In a few
Involuntary bids himself. First,
he added $T for his secretary.
Frank Tierney. Then he listed the
names of others about the room
and they all smiled and paid. At
the J 200 mark the governor
knocked down the stamp to the
entire crowd that had contributed
to the fund.
A persistent
purpose
to produce
perfect
biscuit
National Biscuit
Company is inspired
by a persistent pur
pose to produce per
fect biscuit and to de
liver them in perfect
condition.
The accomplishment
of this purpose has
resulted in the build
ing of modern baker
ies, in the invention of
new machinery, in
the exercise of un
ceasing care, in the
selection of finest in
gredients. The perfect products
of the National
Biscuit Company
are delivered toyou in
perfect condition
some in packages
with the famous In-er-seal
Trade Mark,
some in attractive
small tins and some
from the familiar
glass-front cans.
Buy biscuit
baked by
LAY PLANS FOR
EHVOETH FUND
All Detail For Canvas for $r0,000
to Ik? Arranged Ileforc 0oiilU
of Campaign.
Store News
V & II B
Store News
19 Shopping Days Till Christmas
Visit Toyland
Trunks Second Floor
NATIONAL
BISCUIT
COMPANY
Always look for that name
One of .outh Bend's busiest fpots at
present is tho Epworth hospital cam
paign headquarters at the Y. M. C. A.
Half a dozen, stenographers are kept
iroing all day and the work of arrang
ing for tho campaign which is to begin
early next week is being pushed.
A folder telling of the work done
by the hospital and the need for more
room is now in the hands of the print
ers. Lists of people who are expected
to contribute .are being prepared and
when the campaign starts the work is
expected to be rushed through
The telephone number of tho head
quarters is 50,000. This number was
granted by both telephone companies
as it will be easy to remember and will
serve as a reminder of tho campaign.
Mrs. Charles Arthur Carlisle pre
sided at an important meeting of the
women's committee held at the Y. M.
C. A. yesterday afternoon. Several
completed teams wero announced,
among them No. 1 of which Mrs. Har
ry Badett is captain. Mrs. Iiadett's
workers include Mrs. Milburn Stude
baker. Mrs. Shidlcr, Mrs. C. C. chaef
fer. Mrs. Geo. Mayr, Miss Anne Car
lisle. Miss Fannie Hardy, Miss Merle
McXeff, and Miss Edna Place.
Miss Helen Daugherty's committee
Includes Miss Merle Shldler, Miss Mar
jorio Warner, Miss Margaret Myers.
Miss Learn. Miss Laura Harris, Miss
Helen Lent, Miss Margaret Haeske
and Miss Eva Varier.
'Mrs. C. M. R. Haeske, Mrs. A. X.
Shidler, Mrs. Home Stevenson and
Mrs. James E. Kerr made up a spe
cial committee of women, and other
ladies who will act as captains and
whose committees will be ready to an
nounce by Thursday are Mrs. Victor
Jones, Mrs. E. J. Lent, Miss Graham
and Miss Mary Du.hane.
As soon as the teams are completed,
probably Monday of next week, the
women will meet at luncheon at the
Oliver hotel for the purpose of com
pleting their plans for campign week.
SIGNAL CAMPAIGN
WORKERS WILL DINE
Men Who Secured Twelve or More
Points to be the Guests of tho
Y. M. C. A. Tonight.
Indestructo Trunks, of Late Model.
Will Make Useful Christmas Gifts
Would be Appreciated By Any Person New Models Being Shown Several Discontinued Numbers Spec
ially Priced Trunks of All Size and Weight in Our Trunk Department Second Floor.
Indestructo, the strongest trunk
made, furnishes the best to be had in
the baggage line.
Constructed of the best materials
with reinforced metal corners and
hardwood trays, they are guaranteed
and registered.
As a gift we could suggest no bet
ter and more useful present. They
are made in six different models in
varying sizes- Nte following
models:
40 in. Greyhound Ladies' 32.00.
40 in. Greyhound Men's 29.50.
4() in. Grevhound Steamer 26.00
ml
40- in. Traveler Ladies' 40.00.
40 in. Dreadnought Steamer 37.50.
40 in. Dreadnought Ladies' 47.50.
40 in. Indestructo Special 21.50.
WARDROBE TRUNKS.
40 in. Grevhound Ladies' 55.00.
40 in. Special, Ladies' or Gents' 35.00
40 in. Traveler Men's 50.00.
40 in. Cruiser Special 24.00.
r.'rj-L: tsvT:
Another suggestion a leather bag
or leather suitcase.
Cowhide or Walrus and Pin Seal
bags either leather or linen lined in a
variety of sizes and leather colors,
make very serviceable gifts.
Initials or name printed on case or
bag, free of charge. Following are
a few of our models:
Wardrobe Steamer
DISCONTINUED NUMBERS.
A few numbers of discontinued
models like we sold this summer
still remain Built strongly and firm
ly of the best material now dis
continued by the factory All
Tourist Models 36 in. at 14.50.
36 in. at 12.50; 34 in. at 8:50;
32 in. 6.50. These prices being
one-half former value.
Genuine Walrus, Pin Seal or
Cow-hide Bags, 14 in. to 20 in.
10.00 to 18.00.
Cowhide Bag 2 piece leather,
brass fittings, leather lined, 16 in.,
9.75.
Seal Bag 2 piece leather sewed
corners smooth finish, 17 in., 8.50.
Genuine Cowhide Bag 3 piece
leather lined, 18 inch, 5.00.
Cowhide Suitcases hand sewed,
linen or leather lined, riveted corners,
5.50, 7.95, 8.50 and 10.00.
ZELAYA AGREES TO
LEAVE THE COUNTRY
Former President of Nicaragua Will
Hot urn to liarcclona, Spain, in
Near Future,
WASHINGTON. Dec. 2. Tho inter
national tangle over the presence in
tho United States of J. Zelaya, for
mer president of Nicaragua, apparent
ly was solved londay nlKht by Zelaya
atropine to return to Barcelona,
Spain, from whence he came to New
York a month agro. This agreement
came as the result of a day of con
ferences at the state department be
tween Solicitor Folk and counsel for
both Zelaya and the Nicaraguan gov
ernment. In promising" to leave the country,
Zelaya stipulated that he would have
ample time to transact some import
ant business matters. Speaking with
his counsel, Corry M. Stadden, over
the loner distance telephone from New
York. Zelaya said the next boat from
New York for Barrel cna did not sail
until Doc. 11 and that he thought he
could llnish his business in that time.
All workers who secured 12 points
in the recent signal contest will be the
Sliest at a dinner at the Y. M. C. A.
at G:30 o'clock this evening at the Y.
M. C. A. Plates will be laid for 65
workers in addition to the Y. M. offi
cials. Kighteen men secured 100 points
or more. These individuals secured
the following number of points: Chas.
A. Loring 629; Frank M. Boone, 236;
Ralph Harris, 194: Dr. K. (;. Freyer
muth. 1S4; I A. Walker, 184; Dr. E.
P. Moore, 164; P. G. Stahly. 150; J. P.
Brownlee, 127 1-2; Geo. M. .Sherman,
12 2; II. A. Tohulka, 120; YVm. Snoor,
12 0; A. L. Brenner, 114; A. E. Bey
rer, 109; J. M. Studebaker, sr., 100; A.
B. Thielens. 100; J. F. Deacon, 100;
C. Fassnacht. 100: I P. Hardy, 100.
Total number of points obtained by
each side: Greens, 32S4 1-2; Reds,
1639 1-2.
Standing of teams: Greens Clyde
W. Itodpers. 1,191 1-2: Chas. A. Lor
Ing, 1,019; Ij. A. AValker, 516; P. G.
Rtahly, 307 3-4: H. O. Iluber, 204.
Keds F. M. Boone. 517; Glenn Gran
ger, 3411-2; A. L. Brenner, 292; Geo.
Freyermuth, 24 5; Elmer Rodgers, 226.
The Greens Tiave 10 4 new members
to their credit and tho Reds 72.
LUCAS IS STILL MISSING
Police Seek Man Lst Seen
Alvin McCormick.
With
Saving a Dollar
Here is an idea worth think
ing alMHit.
Are not the his; men of today,
the men who did the little things
well; who looked after tho lit
tle details carefully; who ac
tually accumulated money by
saving a dollar!
73
H
You
now.
have the opportunity
If you make us a call, we will
show you how small amounts
saved regularly will make you
independent.
AMERIGANTMISTCO.
M
4
On Savings.
LAFAYETTE, Tnd., Doc. 2. No ,
trace of Edwin Lucas, who was the!
last person seen with Alvin MeCor-1
mick, whose body was found near here ; C
late Saturday night, has been found i Pi
Monday niprht. The two boys went i
hunting together and McCormick's
body was found with a bullet hole
through the heart.
Every Patient a Rooster for
SWEM, The Chiropractor,
Rheumatism.
S02-30f Dean Building;.
Homo Phono 2505.
TK11M3
51.00
EACH
WEEK.
TUU.US
$1.00
EACH
WEEK.
PI
INDIANA BUILDING & LOAN ASSOCIATION
Home f333
Cor. Main and Center Streets.
ori:x to .-. 30
Ill 43oJ
Krrnlncs 7 to 8
lull or T?Ifphne
CLIP THIS COUPON
SETS
Buck's Celebrated
SO fin- rwnd style on display.
Ak your neighbor wliat sle think
of her liuck btoe.
i
rv vj
i
T
IMPERIAL EMBROIDERY
PATTERN OUTFIT
PRESENTED BY '
THE NEWS-TIMES MM
- MMd
To indicate yo are a re; ahr reader ym most prejent Six Conponj like tii ove.
mUE IMPERIAL EMBROIDERY OUTFIT is guaran
J teed to be the greatest collection and biggest bargain in
patterns ever otTcred. The 160 patterns have a retail
value of 10 cents each, or more than $10.00 in all. Bring
SIX Coupons and GS cents to this office and you will be
presented with One Complete Outfit, including Book of
Instructions and one All Metal Hqcp. The 6S cents is to
cover duty, express, handling and the numerous over
head expenses of getting the package from factory to you.
N. B.Out of To wn Readers will add 7 cents extra for
postage and expense of mailing.
When our wagon de
livers Furniture to your
home your neighbors will
know that it is paid for.
Wherrett
i
Furniture, Rugs, Stoves.
THE NEW STORE.
326-328 S. Michigan St.
r
A e
TP
1 ECfe
Announcement
Extraordinary
Tomorrow Wednesday Morning We Begin
Semi-Annual
Half-Price Suit Sale
This remarkable event coming just one month earlier than usual
will be doubly welcome to the hundreds of womea who wait for this
sale every season.
Women s and Misses1 Fall and Winter Suits
priced at exactly one half off
Every suit is new new in color new in style of new material
and made by tailors who know how.
Women's and Misses' $50 Suits tomorrow at 25.00
$45 Suits tomorrow at $22.50
$40 Suits tomorrow at $20.00
$35 Suits tomorrow at $17.50
$30 Suits tomorrow at $15.00
$25 Suits tomorrow at $12.50
$20 Suits tomorrow at $10.00
$15 Suits tomorrow at $7.50
Sale starts Wednesday instead of January 1st
Buy your suit early while the selection to choose from is best.
Women's and Misses'
Women's and Misses'
Women's and Misses'
Women's and Misses'
Women's and Misses'
W omen's and Misses'
Women's and Misses'
Specialist in Chronic and Private
Diseases of Men and Women
r i:TY-rivi: vnuts i:xii:n-
KNCi; in treating the folhiwm? dis
eases: IJIixxi I'oixui. NVnons Ie
rline ximl Di-oars or tin- Momarli.
I Ivor, Heart. Kidnejs. Illadder and
Pro-tat Iilo. Rupture, Varicocele
ami Hdroorh cured without cutting,
pain or loss of time. LA OIKS: Dis
eases peculiar to vour sex cured with
out operation. I IX A Ml. NATION' AND
con s r ltati on i k i : i :.
HOUKS to 12 a. in.: 1 to -1:30, 7
to l p. in.: Sundays 0 to 10:30.
OrriCK 207 S. .Main St., Tocpp
building. Opposite Potoilice.
SOUTH UUND. INDIANA.
Raincoats and Rubbers
at
THE RUBBER STORE
200 S. Miclii-aii St.
Fi STYLE SHOP w WOMEN I
j -1 '
' j:
' -Z--;
-I i - 1
L. H. O RVIS
FUNERAL DIRECTOR
Lady Assistant
121 NorCi Michigan t.
nome 5297. Bell 29
For a Quick Job
we can put enough skilled men
to work to finish it Is any given
time. The workmanship and
materials are always the pama
the best tc be had anywhere.
No matter whether your Job ba
iarpe or sma.ll. or what kind of
a plumbing job it may be, we
ran handle Jt to your perfect at
Isf&ction. Get our t-Ml mates.
Ile-ar what your neighbors say of
our work.
Thos. Williams
75
0
J
11 1 1

xml | txt