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iLiDAi, 11A1-;J11LK - 101.. 3 o o o o v -V f . j?c GUADALUPE, 15-YEAR-OLD GIRL. IS THE ANGEL OF THE REBEL ARUY ill MEXICO. -J- J -J- BETTERMENT OF CITY DISCUSSED AI OINNER c . V- a v V . tX V : x..-.,,: .' I. V J V , ' i . ; ' v . ' ' t ' . , - y.r . .."' , f xx j;'x t... vWx; -.v.; x: AJrh4lr v . ;'--: ' -V; -:V,x Meeting of Brotherhoods at St. Paul's M. E. Church is De voted to Talks on Various Evils. News pafe? S ... GUADAT.TTPn THK MKXICAN' "WiriTH CROSS GIPwU" GIIAPIIKD FOll THIS I'APIHL 15Y DUUIJOHOUGH. liY V. II. nriUiOHOLGH. Staff I'li(Jtf?rrai)lHr and Cones pondrnt of tlio News-Times. PHOTO- JL'AUL'Z, Mpx., Doc. 2. Guadalui ('andelaria came into Juarez this inorninK. driving along in her sinle jioro sulky, her riJlu resting careless over her left arm. She drew up in front of rebel head quarters and then I snapped the ac companying photograph of her. I &.iv this 15-year-old sirl in a very different situation a week or so a fro. It was on tho battlefield of La Mesa, Where Itebei Gen. Villa defeated the federal army after a bloody three day's battle. My llrst view of her was during the second day's fiK'ht and Villa's cav alry was desperately charging up the . fddes of the mesa, (bluff) vher; the federal position wa?, in the face of canaon, machlno guns and rlllo voi- 'Aon were falling riht and left. I T,as ttandinfr in an automobile out of tho range of fire, viewing the .scrap with held glasses. (You know, it w;u; my business to tako photographs and deliver them, not pose as a target for lead.) There wero many examples of great heroism, but none as gTeat, I thought, as the heroism of this 15-year-old Mexican slrl Guadalupe CandeLiria. .he is rebel to the core and, as I stood watching, she repeatedly cross ed the held of my magnifying glasses. Guadalupe was there with her sulky, and 1 saw her make trip after trip into the thick of the bullets, picking up a wounded man here and another there. S'he could carry but one at a time in that ratlcly-bang old sulky of hers, but usually she lifted the man in her self. Then she'd hop in beside him and make the Mexican nag gallop to the rear for all he was worth. I wn-s busy watching the move ments and didn't count how often she reappeared on and around the firing line, but sho was there at least a dozen times. Tho rebels call Guadalupe the "Whito Cross girl." She's the only one I have heard of in this bitter, des perate land of blood. She carries no white Hag, but a pole with .a rebel banner is fixed to the back of her sulky. In the little box back of the seat she carries a bundle of linen for bandages, needles, thread, scissors and a few bottles of antiseptics, all of it very- crude beside the kits of the Hed Cross nurses with a well-equipped army. "Tho- social evil that is now forcing itself before the American people, is a commercialized form of the liquor traffic and a commercialized incident to the economic question," said Dr. S. V. Bacr, at a meeting of the brotherhoods of the city at St. Paul's M. K. church Monday night. He said that the places with which the so-called sociaf evils were associ ated, were generally located near a saloon, and that if man would better the social evil he should attack the saloon. "We must strike out the sa loon if we would wipe out the ren dezvous of the evil," continued Dr. Paer. Dr. Haer also attacked the double standard of morals as one of the evils, urging that a single standard be adopted. He urged that a reform be adopted as the plans of solving the situation. He said that the nation would degenerate until men stopped thinking in terms of dollars and cents and gave their thoughts to human souls. Dr. Paer was one of four speakers who gave short talks on social prob lems, following the installation of olH cers of the brotherhood. 11. N. Hutch inson was installed president of the brotherhood after which the evening's program began. Atty. Dan Pyle, Secy. J. Q. Ame of the Y. M. C. A. and Prof. F. L. Sims of the , high school were the other speakers. Over TOO men attended the session and luncheon was served at the close. "We are living for our children." said Prof. Sims in his talk in which he urged that in the children was the chance to provide a nation that could be educated away from the social evils. He pointed out that the en vironments furnished the child on the streets, by billboards, things they hear about the city's moral conditions and through other sources, tended to edu cate them to a life that accepted the evils as necessary. Atty. Dan Pyle presented a plan to district the city and confine the saloons to the business districts. He pointed a clause in the Proctor law by which the city has a chance to define certain districts in which the saloon can be confined. That the brotherhoods of the clt.v trrt together to endorse such action was hi. -suggestion. H" urged that a union brother hood session be organized with rep resentatives from every church. The plan to organize such a body was endorsed by the session and one will be arranged in the future. Secy. Ames in his address made a strong plea that the brotherhoods of the city join In an effort to better local condi tions. He asserted that many people refused tu identify themselves with the Y. M. C. A., because of the physical examination necessary to entrance to the gym classes. He asserted that the Pest remedy was by better educating the children and by training them pro perl j. YOUTHS PLEAD GUILTY Two Taken to Jcffcr-onville to Bcin Prison Terms. LONG ILLNESS FATA L TO GEORGE V. GLOVER George V. Glover. So years old, one of the oldest pioneers of the city, died f.t his home, Monday night at eight o'clock after an illness of sev eral months. He was suffering from a complication of diseases, and had been ill for a number of years, but it was only within the last year that his condition became serious. He is survived by his wife, daughter, Mrs. Iouis K. Landon, and a brother, Howard Glover of St. Paul, Minn. Another daughter, Mrs. Kzra Glover, died about a year ago at Richmond, Wis. Mr. Glover was Interested In the political situation of the county up until the time of his illness, having served several years ago In various officials capacities of the city and county. During the years isfis to IS 72. he served as sheriff at St. Joseph county, and before that had held other clerlcal pr "'tions in the court house. He wai rn in Vermont March 10. 1S2S. living there and other east ern points until about 150. when be came east, locating in t. Joseph county about IS 60. TRY NEWS-TIMES WANT ADS A DOLLAR SPENT .t The Salvation Army Store, 4 3 2 i:. Insallo A v., usually suis you ?, or ?4.f0 at least and irives yo deep satisfac tion. COME AND SEE TRY NEWS-TIMES WANT ADS I-eo Chodzinski and Joe Janlak, two of the boys who were caught tamper ing with frienght cars on the Mich igan Central road some time ago. and who pleaded guilty before Judge Funk were taken to Jeffersonville Monday by Deputy Sheriff Doolittle. They will begin sentences of one to 14 years. RUB BACKACHE AWAY WITH OLD III OIL Rub Pain Right Out With a Small Trial Bottle of "St. Jacobs Oil." When your back Is sore and lame or lumbago, sciatica or rheumatism has you stiffened up, don't suffer! Get a small trial bottle of old, honest "St. Jacobs Oil" at any drug store, pour a little in your hand and rub it right into the pain or ache, and by the time you count fifty, the soreness and lameness is gone. Don't stay crippled! This soothing, penetrating oil needs to be used only once. It takes the ache and pain right out and end the misery. It is magni cal, yet absolutely harmless and doesn't burn the skin. Nothing else stops lumbago, sciatica and lame back misery so promptly and surely. It never disappoints! Advt. :er, Late No late liinch Is complete without a cold bottle or two of beer. You'll need a few thinly cut sandwiches of ham, tongue, cheese or lettuce, with perhaps peanut butter and a dish of olives. What more could anyone ask for fellowship? s Try it next time. pf It's better to HAVE a case of & it there. in the cellar than to WISH you had BmEW Ml 32 2Z Z7 LOCAL MOOSE PLAN TO ERECT BUILDING Corpr'rat,on JFormcxl and a Down town Site Is ILiwxtctl to be Scoured Soon. beiner: sentry, Alfred Rhodes; man ager, I". H. Entzian. There were three new members initiated at this meeting and four ap plications for membership were re ceived. A E. Dlako of Kalamazoo was a visiting brother. A-fund for the building of a home was inaugurated by tho members of the Loyal Order of the Moose Monday night at the regular meotlni; held at the lodgo rooms. A corporation was formed and will becomo incorporated under tho na-mo of tho Mooe Home Co. Only members will bo entitled to taJke shares which will cost. J 10 each. Each member is allowed to purchase no moro tluui 23 shares. There have already 12 Ssigiuncd their intention of becoming stockholders in the new company. The loard of trustees was instructed to appoint a committee of 1." men to majiag'o tho work and distribute the 'fund. Tho trusters are Dr. Charles Felbman. George- F. Hug and Charles Z. FeiUer. A special meeting will be held next Monday night to discuss further plans. A full attendance at this meeting is requested. Efforts will bo made to secure a downtown site for the building which will bo a modern business structures with a large- hall on the top floor for lodge meetings, other floors will be ust-d for business purposes. BIBLE CLASSES TO MEET The union meeting of the Hible classes of the city will be held this evening at 7:3J o'clock at the First Presbyterian church. It will open with a song service from the Hillv iwnis imiins iuu selection iy the Dadies Lyric quartet. Rev. C. A. Lippincott, pastor of the church, will lead in prayer and Miss Margaret Van Fleet will discuss the lesson, the 23d chapter of Acts. srirs ox noti;. Suit on account for $153 was filed in the superior court by the Pdschoff Czech Co. against Perry Heabler in the superior court for goods furnished Heabler as a saloonkeeper. t CAPITAL WOMEN TO AID IN EGG BOYCOTT Will Not lMrcJuvso Hen lYuIt Tiiti! lYioo Is Back to Thirty -Five Cents. WASTTIXGTON. IVc. 2. Washing ton housewives Monday Joined the movement for a national boycott on eggs. Thousands of women pledged themselves not to buy ecus until the price is reduced. The campaign was formally launch ed by Mrs. Ellis A. Logan, pr si. lent of the Federation of Wunn rs vlubs at a meeting of the federation. An nouncement of the boycott -dan was received with cheers of approval, the members present forthwith piedcini: themselves to cease buii g fgus until they are reduced to 3. cents a doion. Fifty women start d at once on a four-days' house to house canvass for signatures to the boycott. W. 0. W. ELECT OFFICERS !!!cers were elected at a meeting of the Woodmen of the World Mondav nl;ht in the l., ic rooms. At om l"t members were present. The oflicers le xte.l were: Consul Commander. E. C. My. rs; advisor lieutenant. H. II. Nichols; clerk. W. M. Uunbury; banker. E. Llvengood; escort. Dave Kingh-r; physician Irs. 11. H. Oucdale. H. A. Fink, Charles Eos. nbury, E. P. Mo. ire fuid S. W. Eacr; watchman, L. F, Car- IF HEALS HIT BACK and mm SOURS "Pape's Diapepsin" Ends Stom ach Misery, Indigestion in Five Minutes. If what you just ate is sourintr on your stomach or lies like a lump of lead, refusing to dUest. or you belch uas and eructate sour, undigested food, or have a ft eling of dizziness, heartburn, fullness, nans a. bad taste in mouth and stomach headache, you can get blessed relief in live minutes. Ask your pharmacist to show you tlie formula, plainly printed on these fifty-cent cas.s of Pape's Diapepsin. then you will understand why dys peptic troubles of all kinds must ko. and why they relieve sour, out-of-order stomachs or indigestion ir: five minutes. "Pape's HiapepsSn" is harm less; tastes like candy, though each dose will digest and prepare for as similation into the blood all the food you eat; besides, it makes you go to tb.e table with a healthy appetite; but. what will please you most. Is that you will feel that your stomach and intestines are clean and fresh, and you will not need to resort to laxatives or liver pills for biliousness or constipation. This city will have many "Pape's IMapepsir." cranks, ns some people will call them, but you will be en thusiastic about this splendid stomach preparation, too. if you ever take it for indiucstiun. gaes, heartburn, sourness, dyspepsia, or any stomach misery. Get some now, this minute, and rid yourself of stomach trouble and indi gestion in live minutes. Advt. SECOND AND THIRD FLOOR $10 LADIES' COATS $5.00. Ladies' Doucle, Novelty and Kersey Cloth, $10 iC A A kind, special vsjf.UU $13.95 SILK DRESSES $8.95. . Ladies' Silk Poplin and Mes- saline Dresses, black and all col ors. $13.95 kind, ?Q A special y0.y5 "RIGHT DISTRIBUTION OF RIGHT MERCHANDISE AT RIGHT PRICES.' SOUTH BEJiD'B FASTEST GROWING 6TOTO3 ry; ,,,, K-Tggd frfejp IHJ U VLnity. 3 J. - f- : ; . $1.00 NIGHT GOWNS, 49c. Ladies' Outing Flannel Night 49c Gowns, $1.00 kind, special . $1.00 BLACK SILKS 79c. 36 inch Black Peau De Soie Silks; S1.00 kind, Special Main Floor. 79c 50c LONG APRONS 39c. Ladies' Kimono Aprons, large selection 50c kind, Qfip Special t5VL $1 BLACK PETTICOATS 33c, Ladies' Black Petticoats si special . . 39c $3.95 DRESS SKIRTS $1.93. Ladies' Navy Blue Serge Dress Skirts; S3"95 ?fl AO kind, special tyLVO $10 JUNIOR COATS, $5.00. Junior Coats, Chinchillas, Novelties and Zibelines; si.oo Special . . $5.00 $3.50 LADIES' WAISTS $1.29. Ladies' Silk Net and Lace Waists. $3.50 1 9ft kind, Special tJjhLy $19.75 LADIES' SUITS $8:75. Ladies' Tailored Suits; black and colors; $19.75 (PO Tfr kind, Special t)0 D w Ladies' and Kisses5 Suits In all the new and most wanted mater ials, about twenty-five styles; black, navy, Brown, Terra Cotta, Cop, Wisteria and Novelties. Alterations Free. All $25, S30 and S35 Suits, Special I-,..: .... :: MAIN FLOOR. 25c BURSON HOSE, 17c Ladies' Black Burson Hose full fashioned; all sizes; sold everywhere at 2.5c, Yin Special I t 25c LADIES' HANDKER CHIEFS 19c. Ladies' Pure Linen Hem stitched Handkerchiefs; 25c kind, Special 19c B 75c SILK HOSE 49c. Ladies' Black Silk Hose; full length; 75c kind, special 49c $1.25 UNION SUITS 69c. Ladies' Union Suits; tine rib- t bed, fleece lined, regular or ex tra sizes. S1.25 I kind, Special IP jy Ladies' and Hisses' Coats Printzess and the latest New York cre ations; boucles, chinchillas, broadcloths, Plushes, Cut Chinchillas, Persians, Arabian Lambs and Novelties. S20.00 and S25.00 Coats Special ly priced at I ''i' ' yy SILK AMD SEMGE Ladies' and Misses' silk and serge dresses in large selection; the greatest bargains ever offered; all sizes; all colors; dresses that sold to $ 1 0.00. Special W 69c $1.50 DRESS GOODS 79c. 5 1 inch All Wool Suiting; all ...79c colors; 81.50 kind, special $1.0C FANCY SILKS, 69c. Fancy Silk 5, large selection, in all colors; S !.()() XAA uyi kind, Special . 15c CHILDREN'S HOSE 9c. Children's Ribbed Cotton Hose, fast black. All A sizes; 1 5c kind, Special . . . VL 75c VESTS AND PANTS 39c Ladies' Fleece Lined Vests and Pants, regular or 2ftp extra sizes, special 0VL 25c MEN'S HDKFS, 19c. Men's Pure Linen Hemstitch ed Handkerchiefs; 25c kind, special 19c SL00 KID GLOVES 69c. Ladies' Fine Kid Gloves, h black, white or tan, 8i.oo kind. Special . . . . 69c 1