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trimsDAY, nncn.Min.i: -i, isis. Don't Be Misled if You Have Lung Trouble If Tu h ;i T Lunc TrviiM.-. ! not ! to r!ifv thjt uff".li'u. No fcjM-t-lfl' Las 3 t '.M-n fouu'I. 's -k man's . ltratlv Lowrwr, K a mllcli.' fT throat :nl l'Ji.tf troutk wl1'h La t ri nic f tilly 1n in my -n-. If you a r sj k, It inll.'t l ( f,r yu to lnv- tlir.it Its ii-ritM nI lt. nw niajr f lasting Ix-tn-llt tj Joll. KM'i f tM S-y-uth Ave.. Nw York. riilrrniTi : t'lr vi-ar ij List An P'iiU I vas Uikn to M. Tran. S' II.n j.lul io ? trt-at-l Xur llniM-t:itl, uu cmii! li;:i. Aftf-r several wtyks" tr'AtiiKHt I v.im ndvivd ly the debtor to go to eon- v:i!fnt Mnlturlum. tut iull nt L- aJ i::lttil hec.iuso tL d'x'tcr at t!v; hospital. tiftT a tl.r..ugh xumlnaf lrt, d-LanI ny Lung Troubl, nrpj irve i;;h tt t-vrtlti- iio to That -rrt. I Lwh1 the rtlfl t FuthiT tark. and he advl-d ui t fak lk:nan' Alterative. I ipk the Aitertiv faithfully ns tIr--trl. and .a r-'und rayself fn- from x.lgM witj and rT. and frraduallr pot tetter. I hav not t.Ln thf Alt'TM tlv now for two Afar. and run truthfully vay I am well. I f"'l letter and uin stron-r than befort; Iijv HirkneKs." iA!!'.d:ivlt.l MARY KOIHIAMKIt. AlniTtf nlTrvlatl ; more o;i rwinta Okiuan'fe Alterative han N-rii proven ly v.y.inr years' tea to U ni e'tJcaioiis f r 9xfTt Tkrott unl I.untr ArT-ttotis. Uroncfcttls. JtrtT.rtil il Asthma, Stubborn VMg and In u jhulM!riu' the ysem. Con taln no nareotl-, rM!-?im or ha hit -form-Ii.ff drutrs. Sold lv l.-adlut: druir-ltH. W rif. tli Iknmn Ln horj.tory. I Ii t In 1 -Jiii.i. I "a., for boklet telling of re -over lei j i n ! additional evldenf?. OWE PROPOSITION NOW BEFORE STRIKING MEN Arbitration Plan Is Withdrawn by vcy. of Ijabor Wilson Clear Situation. THEE PF TTOHS Til Saloon Men of Mishawaka Take I Appeals When Commission ers Refuse to Permit Them to Transfer Licenses TrcNVKIL. Colo.. Dec. 2. Secy, i.f Iibor W. II. Wilson, and Gov. K. M. Ammons Monday afternoon prepared a joint letter to the operators and min ers -withdrawing the arbitration pro position submitted by them hust week Jor the se.tkment of the Colorado coal .strike. Thi.1 action was decided on. it was xplained to clarify the .situation and leave only one proposal before the miners. This is the governor's pro posal, drawn up at the close of last week's conference. Tho operators have nrred to accept the. governor's plan of settlement. Representatives f the minern still are undecided whether to submit the proposition to the strikers. BACKACHE IS A DANGER SIGNAL Kidney Troubles, Bladder Dis orders, Rheumatism, and Serious Diseases Follow. The kidneys Ket clogged tip, the sa.mo aa the bowels do. Then they become sluggish, and only filter or strain out a part of the waste or poi sonous matter, all the rest remaining in t.te blood and poisoning the system. Asf soon as you notice the first indi cations of backache, pains in the sides, or aches around the kidneys, or if the urine is light and pale, dark colored, cloudy, thick, or has an offensive odor, burns, is scalding or irregular in pas H.tge. take a little Croxone three times a day and end these troubles before they become more serious. There is no more effective remedy known for the prompt relief and cure nf kidney, bladder troubles and rheu matism, than Croxone. It soaks right Into the kidneys through the walls and lining; cleans out the clog ged up pores; neutralizes and dissolves the jHdsiinous uric acid and waste matter that lodgo in the joints and muscle, and cause thoso terrible rheumatic pains, and makes the kid neys lllter the poison from the blood and drive It out of tho syntem. A few days' use of this new scien tific preparation is often all, that la ver needed to end the worst back ache, or overcome the most annoying urinary disorders. You will And Croxone entirely dif ferent from other remedies. It is so prepared that it is practically impos sible to take it without results. An original package costs but a trifle, and all druggists are authorized to return the purchase price If it should fail in a single- case. COUNTY AGENT WILL VISIT KENDALLVILLE tfolui S. Honlner to Talk on How limning A fleets CUio at Com mercial Club Session. The petitions of three Mishawakans in liquor license cases were denied by the board of county commissioners Monday when remonstrances were filed. Kach of the cases were appeal ed to the superior court where they will bo threshed out. Evidence -was not heard Monday. Julius Van Dale filed an application for a change of location. He is now operating a saloon on Fourth street and a-sked to be allowed to move to a new building on W. Sixth street. The remonstrators objected on the. ground that the new building is built for the expresse purpose of enabling liquor law violations. It was also alleged that Van Dale has allowed women in his saloon and has sold after hours and on Sunday. The proposed building Is declared by the remonstrators to be connected with a dance hall by an enclosed stairway and h.os secret entrances and exits besides dumb waiter connection with the hall above. Attorney I. K. Parks declared that no building bet ter designed to facilitate law viola tion exists in Indiana than the one Van Dale proposes to occupy. Clau-o Stricken. On motion of attorneys for Van Dale, however, this clause of the re monstrance was stricken out. County Attorney Dan Pyle ruling that it did not constitute a ground for remon strance. The attorneys for the sa loon man contended that the issue could only be raise1 after Van Dale had been indicted for some specific violation of the liquor law on the premises. The signatures of several -women were on the remonstrance but these were held to be invalid. The remon strance stood on the men's signatures attached. August DeMeester who also peti tioned for a change of location of his raloon. was alo denied the privilege and bis cuw was one of those appeal ed. Julius Rennet asked to be allow ed to purchase the license of L. J. Casbon but was denied. His case was the third appealed. The commissioners allowed 2 4 liq uor license renewals, three transfers and one change of location at the meeting Monday. Louis Mucha was allowed to operate the saloon of Steve Kopermik. as administrator of the es tate. The remonstrance of J. J. Engle drum and others . against the Jacob Fuller, sr., gravel road improvement In Penn township was overruled and Auditor Sedgwick was authorized to advertise for bids to be filed not later than Monday Dec. 29. Unlives Petition. The board received te petitions of Dr. C. 11. Vitou and Dr. D. W. Mc Namara for appointment as secretary of the county board of health to suc ceed Dr. W. C. Weg-ner and ordered them placed on file. The petition of Don Wilson for appointment as night fireman at the county infirmary and of W. C. .Stewart as custodian of the comfort station were also placed on file. The resignation of Peter J. Kelley, as superintendent of the county infir mary was accepted and the petition of Isaac Oearhart for appointment as his successor was placed on file. C. H. Harness wa allowed an ex tension of time until July 1, 1914. to complete the gravel work on the Gop pert road. The contractor has been delayed by bad -weather and the ill ness of his partner. John S. Honlner will address the Kendallville. Commercial club at its monthly session in Kendallville next Thursday evening. He will especially touch on agricultural subjects as they bear o:i the commercial life as a whole. Thursday morning he will talk to the high school at Mishawaka along ogrlcultural lin showing how they can make the most of the agriculture advantages furnished by the vocation al training courses. Thes. two talks are only the first of a series of engagements for the j( srrlcult ure ayent in the nxt few day?. Wedinfday niicht he will talk at th Jin k y township school and Friday an- Saturday he will leave the county for Vistula, in FJkhart where Ije will assist the agriculture asvnt in the schools for farmers. et week Tuesday afternoon he will open a three davs' session of farm schools at Osceola. Ind. A larce num ber of lantern slides have been pre sented to Hordner by the agriculture department and he will illustrate his talks by them. These with a lattfe number of addition:.! harts, made du-incr the past few weeks will far Dish the farmer with a valuable course f instruction. ASK AID IN LOCATING HEIRS OF DEAD MAN ELKHART. Ind., Dec. 2. Chief Xorthrup Monday received a letter from undertakers Burns & McGuan of Indiana Harbor, custodians of the body of Daniel Targart, Who was kill ed in the steel mills there last Thurs day. The undertakers say they are not sure his name was Targart, but they have been informed that his home is in this city. "Targart" is described as about twenty-five years old, fivo feet and eleven inches tall; weight, 175 pounds; brown hair and brown eyes, and a tooth missing from each side of his month. "He told several stories about hi father," the letter says, "one beinc: that he is a blacksmith." It is stated that he has acquaintances in Albion. "There is from SI, 200 to Sl.SO com ing to his heirs if they can be located," savs the letter. RECEIVER APPOINTED FOR KAISERHOF HOTEL ELKHART. Ind.. Dec. l Alleging that the overland Hotel Co.. a corpo ration, was indebted to them in the yuu of $:.0f( the P. Schoenhofen Rrewing ',., of Toledo. Monday se cared the appointment of John Zrn Ir.srer as receiver to take charge of the t-ff cts of the Kaiserhof hotel on Ty ler av. The resident proprietor. EJdra Loe. and his wife left the city S-atur-!a presumably for Chicago. The r' eivership action was b a lien taken on the fixtures early Mon dav morning !v Atty. W. H. HUe for his clients. Chapin & Gore of Chicago, a wholesale liquor house, to whom is due about J HO. Mr. Zorninger is making arrangements to file a bond of J2..'00 demanded by the court. Li abilities, $r.,iloj; assets. $1,200. How to Cure Rheumatism Prominent Doctor llet rrc.rriplon Kally Mixed At Home. This simple sad harmless farmukt h:is wt.rUM w. ialers for nil who Lave tried quickly relieving chronic uid jicute rheumatism and b.ick:o-he. 'Trjm your druj:sit get one ounce of Tor is compound 1n original sealed paeknev and oono ounce of yrup f S i rH p.irilla compound. Take fl.cv tu. ingredients home and put them In a h.ilf pint of yod whiskey. Shake the lu-tt'.e iin, take a tatdvjtnful before aeh meal and nt bed-time." ;.od results collie nfter the firvt fett does. If your t!nu'(:iif does not hare Torts compound in stock !.e will ;et it fr you i:i a few h-urs from liis w ho'ievile houe. I KT.'t be in fluenced t take a patent medicine Instead of this. hisSt on hating the genuine Tori compound in the origin"!. one-ou?iev. c.-ib-d. rll.w ).. k:ige. This wa pul-lNlc-d here last winter and hundreds of the uM cr.-ies were cured hr it In a !ior: time. published by the (Ilube l'ha run i ii;i 1 laboratories of Chb-ago. 9 1 ) ") I I 1 1 ! f "1 ' ZjC 1 1MHI Bill rtV?$ A Pare Cream of Tartar Powder Indispensable to best results saves v-orry saves work saves money saves health saves complaints at table jam: or motii-eatkx farm.' Walter McNamara has written a most amusing script and George L. Tucker has produced it. It is pro nounced burlesque. The fun is con tinuous from start to finish. The mirth springs from the settings, the story and the fine work of the play ers. Imagine the serious-faced Will iam K. Shay in small-boy sailor garb being driven to meet his sweetheart Jane in a cab. The "cab" is a wheel barrow. The cabbie is Howard Crampton, attired to the last thread in full coachman's regalia. William Welsh is the banker-villain, who tries to win Jane before sne learns of the legacy of $15,000,000.00 which is com ing to her; he even threatens to fore close the mortgage on the family phonograph if the hand of the daugh ter is withheld from him. The Jane, of course, is Jane Olal, who in the opening scene goes out to milk the cow. She is attired in the latest mode; in the mirror suspended from the ani mal's haunches she arranges her hair before proceeding with her work. The picture is a laughmaker from be ginning to end. This feature high class comedy reel will be shown at the Surprise theater today with a two-reel subject, "His Hour of Triumph". WRONG SIGNAL WAS DISPLAYED ON SHIP Captain Surprised When Ho Finds Ttis Load of Police Awaiting Him When Ship Docks. SEATTLE. Wash.! Dec. 2. When the British bark Lynton. from Santa Rosalia, Mexico, dropped anchor at Port Townsend, its captain was be wildered to find a tug load of police and harbor officials awaiting her. The Lynton was sighted Sunday in the Ftrait of Fuca, flying the signal that there was mutiny aboard. Reve nue ctters were informed and pre pared to go to the bark's aid, but the captain explained Monday the signal intended to be displayed was "report my arrival to owners." INDICT TWO LOCAL MEN H. S. Jones ami William Taylor 'o 1m? Trial in Federal Court. Hillard S. Jones and William Tay lor, both of South Hend, were indicted Monday by the federal grand jury at Indianapolis. Jones is charged with sending obscene letters through the mail, while Taylor is accused of rob inb tho postollice at Plymouth. He fore their cases came before the grand jury they were held in South P.end. WILL ADDRESS TEACHERS, Miss Margaret Haley of Chicago j will address the grade teachers of South Bend Wednesday afternoon at ! 4 o clock in the music room of the high school under the auspices of the South Rend Teachers' federation. Miss Haley's work in securing a closer union of the grade teachers of Chicago is notable. She has .also ap peared before the Illinois legislature several times in behalf of the teachers and was instrumental in securing the Increase in salaries for Chicago teach ers a few years ago. She is returning from a meeting in Boston, which she addressed. GIVE LESSON IN BASKETRY The first of a series of three lessons in basketry was given Monday even ing at the Y. W. C. A. The remaining two will be given Dec. 8 and Dec. 15, the object being to teach those inter ested In the work how to make at tractive Christmas gifts. The classes are open to members for a very small fee. The class in current events will not meet this evening or next Tuesday evening owing to the absence from the city of Miss Marsarot Tobin. teacher of the class. She will resume the work on her return. ANOTHER ATTEMPT TO WORK OLD SWINDLE This is Guaranteed to Stop Your Cough ITCnkr this Family Supply of Cough Syrup ut Home and Kat e V ELKHART, Ind.. Dec. 2. C. Edwin Walley Monday received a letter from Spain with that hoary old confidence I game wherein the recipient is propos ed to become the mediary between an imprisoned father and a motherless daughter who is heir to an immense fortune. In this case, the fortune is J1GC-.0O0. and the old man. held in a musty Spanish dungeon, wants to send his daughter to America to become Mr. Walley's -ward and the money Is to be placed on deposit in a local bank subject to Mr. Walley's control. Thi3 plan makes a pint of better couh syrup than you could buy ready made for $2.0. A few doses usually conquer an ordinary cough relieves even whooping cougli quickby. Simple as it is, no better remedy can be had at any price. Mjx one pint of granulated sujrar with pint of warm water, and stir for 2 minute?. Tut ounces of Piner (fifty cents' worth) in a pint bottle; then add tlie Sugar Syrup. It has a pleasant taste and lasts a family a lonjr time. Take a traspoonful every one, two or three hours. You can feel this take hold of a cougli in a war that means business. Has a pood tonic effect, braces up the appetite, and is slightly laxative, too. which is helpful. A handy remedy for hoarse nosf. spasmodic croup, bronchitis, bron chial asthma and whooping cough. The elTcct of pine on the membranes is well known. Pinex is a most valu able concentrated compound of Norwe gian white pine extract, and is rich in guaiacol and other natural healing pine elements. Other preparations will not work in this combination. This Pinex and Sugar Syrup remedy has often been imitated, though never 'successfully. It is now used in more homes than any other cough remedy. A guaranty of absolute satisfaction, or fmoney promptly refunded, goes with this 'preparation. Your drasrjrist has Finex, or will get it for you. If not, send tc The Pinex Co., Ft. Wayne, Ind. LADY MACCABEES TO HOLD RALLY FRIDAY I i t-t Til rn fn.l T- 9 YTrs. ; I I.Ali 1 , IIIU., ' ' - Minnie Olds will go to Indianapolis; Tut-sdav to attend a semi-annual ills- , trict rallv of I,adles of the Maccabees' of the World. She is the supreme au ditor, and will join other supreme of ficers in attendance at the meeting. The Lady Maccabees of this district will hold their rally in South Hend net Friday. Mrs. Olds and other high officers will take part. Thse will include the supreme commander. Miss Bina West of Port Huron: the Indiana state commander. Mrs. Grace Meredith of Wabash: the Pennsylvania state commander. Miss Nellie Louns bcrrv of Warren. Pa., and others. Mair Vigor Aye it's Just a little care and smill expense, th.'s all. Isn't a head of rich, heivy hair worth while? Ask Your Doctor. J. C. Ar Co. FhIh ATT UTTTTTW I Me yjy. v m. FRIDAY, DEC. 5 JOHN C. FISH FJFS Sensational Musical Comedy THE RED ROSE Willi LOTTIF KFNDALL Greatest Singing and Dancing Show on Earth. SEATS WEDNESDAY Christmas Is Coming Soon ti PlIDifr fftWilat? flDTIf 1 1 UCd; .A W mijrgest that a piir of Gold (ilasse- I win make H line Xnia Jlft. Kyes exam-! hied Free, and lerrse-s changed after Loll- j days. Dr. J. Burke & Co.' Optornetrlotft and Munufart urlnjf Optician, 230 !. Michigan St. SOUTH BEND'S FOREMOST PICTURE HOUSE. 0 Stop Foot Torture Corns, Callouses, Han Ions, Frost-blts, A chic and Sweat? FU A spoonful of CALOCIDC lu m warm foot-bath grm la stant rlif. If ud fritinUr brings permanent car. Crt b 23o box at anj droj stora. 73he SURPRISE SHE A TRE THE HOMH OF GOOD PICTFHFS TODAY IMP FEATURE TODAY. His Hour of Triumph Two Reels This is heart interest ami there is suspense and there is pathos. Judiciously interspersed throughout the two reels there is tine comedy. Jane of Moth Eaten Farm Imp Open Mornings and Noon Hour. o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o s o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o dp) 0 3 Picture to yourself a BIG, BUSY, CROWDED STORE only a few days before Christmas and you have a true mental picture of the exact condition of this store since Grand Leader's sale of $60,000 it fa s! XO MATTKTl WIAT WTLVTIIEIl 3i ay in: TRY AM) GET m:itF WEDNESDAY You Never Saw Such Low Yon Ftfeves Saw Finer Merchandise! You Neve? Saved So Much Money! THE STORE THAT SET THE PACE sis. imm?m2! 31 ANY OF TiiKsr. itiis aui: apphoptu- ATE 1XH X3f.i-GirT GI1G 81 WHY NOT ANTICIPATE (Vien's $1.25 Union Suits Extra heavy flat fleece lined; cold every where at $1.25; sale 7Sc $1 Large Size Teddy Bears Largo size Fuzzy Teddy Bear, full 15 ineh long, jointed limbs, sale 67c 75c Boudoir Lace Caps "Milady's" Roudoir Lace Cais, beautiful ribbon, 75c value; sale 39c 50c Box Handkerchiefs Ladles Xmas Hand kerchiefs, ; in box, , beautiful patterns sale, box 27c 50c Knit Hoods For Girls and Misses', all wool knitted Auto Hoods, sale price 21a $1.00 House Dresses For Women; fine per calo high neck and long sleeves; all sizes 39g 25c Burson Hose For Women, fine lisle, full seamless 12G 50c Crib Blankets Full size fine wool finish, pretty nursery de signs, sale price 33q 35c Women's Drawers In fine quality Muslin, embroidery trimmed, sale price Child's $1.50 Sweaters ... c Fine all wool heavy and closely knitted; red, white and grey, at Beautiful $25 Suits $13.75 Strictly man-tailored garment; finest $25 value . Stunning $20 Party Dresses In exquisite silk and chiffon (K t 1 creations, all evening shades t) A JLv) Large $15 Fur Sets In beautiful long hair French (T Q7 Coney, large barrel muff; set tyD.O $4 and $5 Lace Waists ..$1.87 Beautiful all-over Lace Waists, ruflled and ribbon-trimmed .... Sale of $12.50 Coats Ladies' and Misses new Sport Coats in length, also short; (Jjg QQ sale price S-4 Women's Union Suits Regular $1 value, fleeco lined, silk braid trimmed; special 50c Ruben's Vest 50c even' where, fino wool quality 37 o 10c Child's Hose In fast dyed black for Boys and Girls; salo price, pair (3g Men's $2 Sweaters In gray or red; heavy chain etitch, all sizes B3g 50c Union Suits For Boys; heavy fleece or ribbed; Bale price 5c Calce Toilet Soap Armour's famous make sold every where at 5 c cake; sale price 2G 10c Comforts Calico Beautiful assortment of colors to select from; yard $1 Kid Gloves Two-clasp, extra fine quality; black, tan and white $35 Sealette Plush Coats Genuine Salts Sealette Plush; full length, lagre shawl collars and genuine Q1 Q tZf Skinner Satin lined; Bale price . ...Jp!yDU $3 Ladies' Wool Sweaters Ladies' all wool Sweater Coats, in fine knitted high roll collar; m nn pi.o? all sizes $1.50 Flannel Kimonos Kimonos, 89c Women's Flannellette and Crepe made in duckling fleece, beautiful patterns; salo price $5 Gray Hair Switches Gray-haired Women who have difficulty in dressing their hair will do well to purchase one of these switches while the savings are great; real human hair -l QQ switches at JJ)ly7 Women's 75c Night Gowns Made of heavy flannelette in pure white, also pink and blue striped. Cut large; sale price vjOC 35c Sleepers For Children in heavy flannellette; pink and blue striped, at $3 Comforts Heavy Satoen covered BaniUiry cotton filled; a bargrJn at $1 Feather Pillows Large size all Feather Pillows, fancy ticking 75c Silk Floss Pillows Lurgo size Silk Floss Pillows; used for piliov cushions; tuilo price $1.50 Corsets Famous Wilhelmina Corsets, the new fall mod-l; guaranU-ed rust proof; sale price 75c Knicker Pants For Boys, ages 6 to 16; made of neat dark wool mixtures; winter weight 11c Bleached Muslin G inches wide, full snow bleached in extra good quality, yard, Wednesday 39c Damask Towels Kxtra large size Damask Towels, hem stitched beautiful flor al design; sale 6c 50c Child's Rompers Child's Romper Suits in heavy quality flan nellette; all hizes to 0: ale 34c 4 O o o J o o o o o o o o o o o o o o 0 0 o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o V o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o- o o o o o AUD TORIDM An Instantaneous Hit FRANCIS SAYLES' PLAYERS In an Elaborate Production "The Lion Mouse" Tonight at S:15 Hk '2c and HOo. Matinee WedncMlay 2:30 20 20c m m 10c 10c Musical Comedy And Pictures To-Nlsit and All We k ANGFL .MFSICAL xii:iv c. The .Tolly. Jingling ROLLICKING GIRLS" i -i -'ati :i rr a i N i : i is i r, r- Tvtiee nightly: 7::i0 anl 1). Muti"C- Dally 2. eept Mionday. THFRSDAV Nmv Musical Conirly. IV. V AID i:L1AA2 f i . KM OF gUALm NOW PLAYING I KFNNISOV SJS- Tints m ki:kk. JTANflO DN(i:iLS. ) AL. LFWIS CO. FATAL N1 A; ? nrwv 1 nj.i,r.. !.. i! LAVPO x iji:.vja- MIN. . A JJfatlnee Dally I 1 Irnlng 7:30 & 9. J Thur.da New Vainleille f S r m MAT 10c 15c EVE 10c 15c 25c TRY NEWS-TIMES VANT ADS TRY NEWS-TIMES WANT ADSTRY NEWS-TIMES WANT ADS