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fNDIGESTIQN Oil GAS 'Pape?s DiapepsirT ulakes Up set Stomachs Feel Fine in Five Minutes. lira ins two IIS OF GO IE too HAVEH STOCKHOLDERS Wundir what wpM l -ui hi h portion i damage do ou'. til, d i If your vtoiwrch in a if oh; it j.-asy and up--;, and wh.it iit' h.'is f rm d iaio ::;ip; head dizzy and :ich .- - i- s and :a .ids and tu t.tto - i fond; hreath foul. l;,-;vi. i li the t!nr. sour. u j ' i 1 a . i' i a C'-i.V d- HFTERJRUSTS One is to Attack Special Privi leges and the Other to Jump! on Suppressive Tactics May Take Latter. ! i - ;;..-t take a lit tlf l'api'.s Ida 1M AV lllllllllf ,S yr!i WoIlL' t.'tnif nf th" ill d iKs; i-1 n Millions of Hi li V. know th.it it is net dp tn r nd J.i li.: ji.iii arid v. h;.t lic d:t re-s. a bud ;n ocva.-'ion- i . . i i or:t- f nods j-ro-n.u h. A 1UU-5 I i.i ; i idly ke h this l' .ic.ii la ted a;.d they eat lh la iv r hon t fear. If your .stomach " a't taU care of jour liberal limit without rrldllon; if your food Is a d.ii:ia'- instead of a help, r-in-rn Imt the i i K -t. Mire:. rii"st hanul- H 1 : 1 is 1'ape's lii.i ; Bin u hirh n.vtH only n!tj c :-t- iot a I.ir.-e cue at dru-; s".or-. . its iiu vvorifjcri ui n uiip M ; i m, things trap-rht, that it is really ai for your sake, don't a w ak, disordered ui.r.cci -sary. p My r.v .ii.s(iv (i.!!i)i;i:. VA.II I Ni;TN. I.. ll.Th.Tf ar o t r ! i ' J i wha-h may applied to ( '. st. ne l - to attack tlio special 1 f i v i I 1- on which they ! r ih- oth er is to de.'iiH' i-rtaiu practie- s which tend p Mippre-s ( oaijM-t itio:; and to atumif by law To eradicate these T r;i PI i f s Ir.-- 'iV'Vi.n i ; ln.lni' ur"i.,l I if - . . . ' ' .-..-4. by .-o.i,.- of iu e.ti'HOl associates to! . 10 aopi in,- iiirin' r meiii.nl. n jo S j)robabb however, that h- will make ! recommendations alonu; the lines of t'ae latlcr. Tliis i.-i what he did a :.mo. 1 ; ro.r of New J'-r.-ev and it is what o-:ii;y at)jro. d during the t.-ampaiun J ' h t: lie acc jiled tile ro-oi;.niernla - I tions of .Mr. I)rand is on tliis subjeet. Lady Baltimore Cake The. Most Popular Cake This Season ? Mrs. Janet McKcnzie fill. Editor of the Boston Cooking School Magazine Tliis is considerttl by many cooking authorities the finest cake that can he . made, though in reality it is not at aii j After an Unbroken Record of dimcul k c udy n-itimor. ceu 1 Forty Years the Line is one cup butter; 2 cups granulated . Forced to Suspend Disburse- surar; 1 cup milk; 1 teaspoonful rose it'alcr; J cups four; 3 lei el teaspoon- . mentS On StOCKS. fuls A' C Baking Ponder; whites of 6 eggs, beaten dry. Cream the butter and beat in the sugar gradually. Sift together, three times, the flour and baking powder, and add to the butter and sugar, alternately with the milk, and rose water. Lastly, add the egg whites. Bake in three-layer cake runs. Put the layers together with the following frosting. Notk The c.ie i ft Inret one and sells at Wb-ucu's Ivxchans-es for 150. 32 i ii'i oiii.s;,i;r. l'i ;:se, ,' f i r I I I I (1 Oil -All;! stomach; if- .-u Ad I. i:st l i i jt s J.T:oes MARKETS. 11. id. Inii e. r.lTTALO, I). . l.V lie;,,. .M; I'rlm sti-i. ..".'.; srt.n f,j s.-r,. WI.Vl.S- Ji. i e;j,(s. T." L active, higher. Cull t sm:i:i and la.mt.s i:e...ij,t be:e. . I erket .O tive. lo!:e;-. J.nnb.s. )', s. to ; . id! t. i.tir. iririiu,.''.. ?;. di ; s:nf,. IP MJS - eiii!. 7,.'K M irket 'ti.oly Pi lii'!ir. Vul'k';.v "';" p!V. fl.U'.'i' s.IhI ; nod. b.-.ivy. s tM; ri' 7.'J- 'ij ."" ; c'!i..v.f ;.!". at. ij: ilii! . : i 1 W 'iiham J. Ihsan a: sei r. taiy s'aie i- not the couraKfons ftan in r 1 1 1 r listening to in at 'hi a:'o cojirf rdinii. Vh'n li- cklt d the National I'opiilar .oTl.m iai;iie eon en t ion last v.-e-k by a wniipin s illra-ist who ak d iiim phiiiily liii ic-p.-c if ally whether he je;ieed WolIHtl should ) allowed to ol We tlo- ; ; t lit O I ; I, lit. l.er ; ' Vot o I . I. M.uk.-t ! .(.X fll J.'MI i H I i . S' eo'.; : net iv .;.: -'a ..(x ; S t . I LT S , ans r re I ryan Weakly sid tep d in substance. "I am s by in- ls a. work pi Trsp. i ' i. ; 1 1, i.e... n. cattij: ijI!y li'i.t. M il ker steady. "ii dee. .'...; i.rhiie. v.-j.V.fS.V ; r ' I . "s.'.a; tj'ly butchers. Oi r.Ta ; fair. ; .."j '. :7.(o : -m!iiii, s::..",o'.f ..: ; ei.nini .ri to '.id f.tt litlll-'. 'o'f V.-.i ; r-aiuiu .n fa K ' d fit ejus. ::.'.;.. tl ; heifers, .V"..lc I' ."; fresJi ei.us and' sprPij-'ers, .o-i,. SHIM; eal eahes. si 'i l.'.bo ; l.e.ivy tl.li: calves, Si .1 H Ki s.t M I. siii:i:p ami lamps supply li-iit. M . i r k T P to l.V liilier. Prime wethers. ". In'. ; d UUed. SI. I M'fi.Vlll; lair inieii, ,v I. do'. 4..") ; ciiils ana cennwia, .' J i oo ; land,-.. S.". 7,n0i s. 1.",. IP m;s lt- .ijits, ;;o .Market a-tive. Prlhie l.e.tvy lies. ST. '.'": iii'liums. '7.'." OMin; h.-av.v Yorkers. 7.'.'(f : llirlit 1uf4.er.-5. S OO'.I S tV, ; Ji S ' IN". S I (.", J i" t ; lr i i s . .7. ""." : -tai;s, m'.ixj'. (. 7."; la ivy ll.ixed, S (I !. In the Philippine Islands there . prist n where 1.0U convicts liv ..ml' drill under government supor i 1 :sors without a bar or holt to k.ep . thm or a gun or armed guard to re strain them. Tn this far-off country our people have learned that crime Is , eeonomic in its origin and that the euro is likewise largely economic. These alleged criminals are called "colonists" and are given a chance to work in reclaiming and cultivating the soil, and after a period of good be havior are given land for themselves to own and cultivate. a?'d after a fur ther period of time can bring their wive and children and are to all in tents free. T;y thus treating convicts i's human beings it is found they act like human beings and are juct as irootl citizens rus the judges and officials who condemn them. VAIII'S, III.. Ie-. 11. "Mmi. JirI.et steady. !m-i . S7. ae,. 7 .h ; ,.id ; riit;!i heavy. ST.jieV; p'u's. s.".sv 7d- r.'doN stock in ;s ib. , ipt . M!d and laif. I -ivy, '7..'-4CV; 7.v-". 7..Vi ; lU'!d. 7.:-"' ,0 ! ulk. s;.fi'u ,a. 'ATTLi: Keeeipts, .Market strentr. !'."( vi-st. .V.. . A ; cows and heifer. ,:i:',i s.lO ; st.. ke -s and feeder. .-' !'i 7.P: T'.;mi, S',. t 7.70 ; c-ales. .' '.'' 1 sili;i:p i:(.dtts 1...(hh. Mnrla-t. -s i !-a:. 1 i hi ! s. ifive and (:1 S.I ill. west. tii. il'i AP . I'llll cetpts. J.-J!l tri t.rsts. pa.-kli! ;-:. 1 a ; ;s- dp receipts. ;.p-: firsts, .O. ; ! j--t i.ivi: im n iii. :", !-..-. Hit's. . i. k. -'-'a ipts. (, ::.'e :,y,i:v S, I la i: .n::s. 11. I'd 'faaicrv. . . I'll - tn. r. ; 'Jo'.rJo.e; ;, M".:. e.lSes. i.nli:i:iry. fir extra. '.''; urrent . '".''' her Ls, jTurys. PV-; chi.k I'-'"; Ti -esters. 0e i: duck 1 tl Through the sheaves of statistics hurled at the Interstate Commerce commission by the railroad experts now arguing in favor of increased freight rates, there stands out one fact and one alone. In order to pay Interest ehartres on bonds and divi- ; dend payments on stock, the railroads need tiie live per cent increase in freight rates. Hut the stock and bonds :are largely water. The public Is ask i ed to submit to an added five per cent 'tax on all frelglit transportation, vhicv. means a live per cent tax on i practically everything consumed, t which means that much added to the !cost of living. Why? In order that the railroads may nay the dividend on Jf-toeks which they have issued, to a large extent, for speculative purposes. The railroads nre in exactly the posi tion of a man who comes around on Monday morning ttfter a Saturday i;!,:ht spree. He has spent his money and Is touching his friends for the nrieo of the next week's meals. The (railroads have rioted awav the money "ithat should have gone Into tracks., lo ' Icomotlves and other betterments and ' A 1 . . . ..1. ! x rr.l Frostlai for L-Jy Baltimore Calte Tiirrc cups sranutatcd suzar; J cup boiling v ater;zi hues of 3 rgm: lcP thofiPrd raisins: t Cup chopped nut-mtats: Sjizs cut tn thin ilices. Stir the sugar and water until the eugar is dissolved, then let boil without stirring until the syrup from a spoon will spin a long thread; pour upon the whites of the eggs, beaten dry, beating constantly meanwhile. Continue the beating until the frosting 13 cold; add the fruit and spread upon the cake. The FT C Cook's Book contain ninety Just sr.ch drUcious recipes. bread, nutans, cnVcs ftud pastry. You can secure a copyjrrr by send inar te certificate welted in every 25-cent can of K C Ikiking Powder to the Jaqvf.s Mfo. Co., Chicago Small cuS da not contain Cook's RjL. ccrtinc-tcs. KU BIN 111 DENIES NOTE SURBTI Question Faces Court V!u Is Triii Hi)iil and Who is Surety on $.00 Note. riiii - i .. . 4 UllN - I e, 70 s'-: .Jul v. ATS--lec, 41T. p h:k .Pin I .A II I - .la-s. KIl'.S -M.iy, 'IIK'AP- till.s le . 11. M.iy. i pen in g : 'v e. :'.'. : , SJ1.1T; ;o s -j si.:;j. Miy M.iy, :', ft; J uly. .M iy. SJ1.'J. now tn-v nre touenintr xne penerai Y11I:aT public for ft five per cent advance. If : July, j tho public responds to this touch, will it solve the problem; rne ranroaus say they need this incnase to "re store their credit", and increase their porrow'ntr power. That means that thev would at once go off and issue new- securities which means more wa ter for the stock hieh means more in- v 'ri'T' o . t. , -V- Merest burden, which means that in live T''1, VP -iinfonn incroof .en per con. -! ... k. srsw. ; in frei-bt rates. A cneaper way win SMP'.s -pe. eipts. j.7P cases. 'u iTen t j be for the government to take the Te.vlpts. -r ff i ; ordinary firsts. -."' railroads over (at actual value) and ::p-: ip sts-. ;;j ; etra. ;:V; eae. ks. i th railroads themselves are begin a0,-: dirties. H'.;JJ.-. '. . . . ni l . I m i . i u l J u ' .v' - s. hk, n n i - i;v; roosters. 1ik: Declaring that that the note on which he was sued by the American Trust company for $900 judgment was signed by him merely as pastor of a congregation, Rev. Victor von Kubinyi formerly bishop of the National Hun garian church and lately accepted as a. priest in the Kpiscopal church, has entered a general denial in defense of the suit in the superior court. The complaint is against Kubinyi, Steve Toth and Joseph Paidle. Toth has entered a cross complaint declaring that he signed the note only a security for Kubinyi and asking for Judgment against tho latter. Kubinyi charges the note was first executed in April, 1912, by Steve Toth and Joseph Paidle for trie purpose of organizing the congregation of Jezus i'zt zvive Templom In this city. He declares, that hi tanned the instrument only in his oliicial capacity as pastor of the congregation and not incuring ix personal liability. The note was renewed several times. The pleadings filed by the two de fendants raise the question as to who is principal and who is surety on tho note. NEW YORK, Dec. 11.1 After an unbroken record of 4 0 years as a divi dend payer, the New York, New Haven & Hartford Itailroad company lias finally been forced to the neces sity of suspending further disburse ments on its $157,000,000 of Mock. This decision was reached late today after a protracted meeting1 of the di rectors. The action of the board, while partly foreshadowed by the re cent acute weakness of the stock, will come tis a shock to thousands of in vestors. It is ffctimated that not b ss than $4 0,000,010 of New Haven stock and bonds us well as se curities of J affiliated eompanits are held by sav- , mgs bunks and other financial insti tutions as well as in estates. The action of the directors, m of whom W4.ro; present, was unanimous. The formal statement of Chairman Howard Hlliott. which gives the con clusions of the board in detail, says: "The New Haven is a i-troo? com pany, owning valuable property, real state and securities worth many mil lions of dollars. Some of this real state and the property represented by the securities and the securities themselves, can in time be marketed, and thus strengthen the cash re sources of the company. , "It is very ditlieult to sell property and securities at this time and the di rectors hclh-ve it is unwise to attempt to do so until general conditions are better." ! k WOMEN WANT CHANCE TO CAPTURE BANDIT LOPEZ UlNGIIAM. Utah, Dec. 11. She riff Smith Thursday refused to grant the request of Mrs. YV. S. "oe and .Mrs. Alvida O. Cariz, who asked to he per mitted to enter the Utah Apex mine and try to induce Ralph Lopez. Mex ican desperado and slayer of six men, to surrender. The women said they wanted to use this means to obtain the $1,000 reward offered by the au thorities for Lopez's capture. The mine has been sealed for two days in the hope that the bad man will starve. CRONBACH ON SOCIALISM "The Good and Bad in Socialism." will be the subject of Rabbi Abra ham Cronbach before the Muessfd Civic club this evening. Mrs. K. TV. Morse will sing a solo and Miss Marie Jackson will play the piano. A gen eral discussion will follow the address. 5 f i f e e i COURT HOUSE NOTES. 5jf 5C 1- I It c.c . i: 1-- s r l i i v duck:. 11. 'IIPP. !.. 11. 1 ec.. v i1 .' 'uK I '.-., Jtiiv. '.:' f.jr.-j' OATS- 1'iv.. .Ttilv. 41 v-i r l'oiIK .Ian. I,A lll Slo.1 .sll.1T. HlltS .Tan.. M.iy. 701 . - i ' i os.-: win: AT iv .Tnlv. Vi".. e. .M.iy. 7oli(7o-e; , SJI.-JO; M: : .Ian.. May. . -J1.-J7. SIM S,', ; IJ' -May, $11. May. Sll.r.Jt:i.'. I n r. nt lATKV IIOV AM) CUUs WAXTF.I). Wanted: Every boy and girl to en gasre in contest for the toys to be given bv the Cliildren's Dispensary. Call at Dispensary. D31 W. Division st.. or at the orpheum office after 3 o'clock and get subscription books and par ticulars of contest. Adv. some iu:d i.":mtis. Fi.oru a? n:r.D. (L"orrctetl lftlly ty KmMock llrilr:itllic Ave.) (rnl ant! llur buying wjieat r"": oat at 4J'-; retailing at rvc. e.rn, liuTlng nt .r.s-, sdiin xX 70-:. TAI.LOW AMI IIIIiCS. (LVrrcted lUl!v ly S. XV. 1.1 pp man, 210 N. Mala St. Tlofr Katig!). 2o t" l-l-i : ronuVred. .No. 1. to uc; Xo V. :?ljto 42-' Hide No. 1 grt-en M.ls, pjo ta l.V; u:n!. calf skin. l.Vj to IT1-!; wool, 17c to 21 v. nil I.TKV AM MKATS. irom-t.ti lKiilv !y tLo KernUell Market, 1J.V N. Main St) Fonltrj -Spriug chicken, paying Uc ta .!!lr.g at JtV t CV. Mrt Ptall : '.nl. jOe a SiV-; r.und itik. i- ta ."; slrlla sterxk. :.c; porter r.j;:e. r-'h to 4(V; leef ro.tir. 2tv to J.V; holllnc IH'f. bv.' t -Jiv-; lard. 1- stniLl ham. ivV ta 4(V; old hl.-kens. pavpi.c t'-'Vj 'lllr.jr nt 1?-. ojstor. , to Vc pnr't. Turkeys pair.g 3- ta J'v dressed, selling JSc lt. rnovisioNs. (l?orr to.l lMly by 1. V. Mueller, 21G I tl. .lefTors-vn It.o;ll.'vard. ! l rnlt tr.ir.ce, j.r Msr. s;: j."; js.nlinr at I Ti'" to tWV- ter d"Z. bt ta .i.s. ter c-ii Si', r):' Illnjr at 4)e ir d-'en. Itan.Tn Pitying- M v.-- ta ?J p' r nurt -:i. i;.-iiisv.h p:ypig S.v per de7.on. O.tnlliluxver Laying $'' doz selling "J."- -a-h. I'ctz piant Puybiff IJ n d"7. sl!inss ei-h. Vegetable Nexv i-ild. pijlr-.g'Jc per p'Uril; s-ll!i:; at 4-. Potatoes. 70 pt-r tiu!:el. jelllug at 1"- per peek. Itutter and V?k --'ointry Putter, nay Injr i:-, to s-i;ir:c J7.- t. .W 'reu:i- rrx. :7c. I'gg. tr:-n fresli. paying ;w to"r,7c; M-l!hig. 4lV- t. 4."k-. II AY, ?c!iAV AM) It'KD. (Verre .ed daily by tie WXev Miller (Hour A. Teed Co.. 2H S. Mi-diian tA Hay paying $i:j ta fl." pr tva. .elllng: t $ to $Ji. Straw jiaylng to J7. Hell ing at '0c f.-r ta. MI com pay in j 70 I r l u . f.linc at .sv to SV per tu. ; rw corn paying C"k- per bu.. ntd'dr.g at t H- per t u. Oat.- pajlns: j er to;., b.lllr.g .it 47c X) per Lu. Clover -ed p.ijh.g f7.r' 5 -er !,u. LIVE MOCK. Jle.irv fat br. Hv ctvL. $' 03 to 17 -J". ; .;r--fsl. $pJOi ta JliJV). IaM-der. 7: to $". 7V nrlr.jr lam! on foot. 5o dress...!. VV ta IT--. ITatr 1tV) fa WANTS SCHAFFER PAROLED Special to News-Times. INDIANAPOLIS. Dec. 11. AttX Arthur A. Schellinper of South Bend appeared hi fore the board of par dons Thursday on 1ehalf of Mabel Shaffer of Klkhart. Shaffer desired to marry a Mishawaka girl In 1911 to whom he was engaged and was ar rested for robbing a lunch room to iret money to buy his wedding clothes. Charging abandonment, Melvin Zerba has filed suit for divorce from Sarah Zerba in the superior court. They were married in June, 1910, and separated Nov. 7, 1911. On account of the death of the plaintiff the suit of Wesley Hailey against tho Oliver Chilled Plow Works has been "dismissed in the cir cuit court. A verdict for tho defendant was re turned by the superior court jury in the suit of Charles Fifer against Henry Zoss in the superior court. Fifer asked $5,0 00 damages for al leged malicious prosecution. PASTOR TO TALK ON NATURE Ue. Charles A. Lippincott or the First Presbyterian church xvill ad dress the Lincoln Civic club this evening. His subject xvill be "Woods and Water." Dr. Lippincott is a close student of nature and his talk is expected to be especiadv interest ing to those who love out door life. Miss Gladys Listenberger will give two piano solos, and songs xvill be furnished by the sixth grade pupils of the Lincoln school. IE a THER brands may have quality yet fail to please. RIECCA has the quality that pleases and satisfies. RJ2ECCA is a vosiderfu Turkish Bland of mild, aromatic tobaccos, skill tuYvj blended io a smooth- H rTBBBU EKU CVVBHBRflK3 B VV&BB ness and meS.owne cxrt VP 30J I supreme en- The new foSl wrapper gndk--age of 20 lav 10c Ensures fresh ness and convenience. Give .ViECCAa triallVIECCA quIi-y will sisrs cnd delight VI XL- '-si:-' nJy Turkish Blend In the; new foil packago D EMPLOYED WOMAN TO SPY ON UNION HEADS ! Mallory liner Wednesday. iiKAiiixr; postioni:i. The hearing of Waldamar Young qulst, which was to have been held in the city court Thursday morning was again postponed for one week, oxving to one of tho attorneys being out of tho city. HARVARD SENIORS ELECT NEGRO CLASS ORATOR JUNIOR LAWS GIVE BANQUET Tho junior law class of Notre Dame university held its annual banquet at the Mishawaka hotel Wednesday evening. Tom Hearn, president of the class, acted as tost master. Judge Timothy E. Hoxvard and William Mclnerny, guests of honor, were called on for short speeches. The various officers of the class also responded to toasts. TRY NEWS-TIMES WANT ADS TRY NEWS-TIMES WANT ADS CAMBUIDCIL. Mass.. Dec. 11. The Harvard seniors have elected a negro, Alexander L. Jackson of En glexvood. N. J., their orator for class day, 1914. Jackson has won a track "II" sev eral times and is a wonder at hurd ling and athletics. LADY OWLS i:TEUTAIX. The Lady Owls entertained at a card party Wednesday night and favors were won as follows: First ladies', Mrs. Claude Painter; second, Mrs. Alma Reed. First gents', W. Weaver; second, E. Goss. The reg ular penny bazar will be held Sat urday night. C.V1U) OF We xvish hereby heartfelt thanks to their sympathy and many lloral tributes THANKS. to extend Instructed to Take Men to Wino Rooms And Turn Bill iu to Traction Company. Hio Grande arrived here rri ii .i. I ine captain saiu mere had been no tire aboard, despite the dispatches sent out from Norfolk de scribing the heroic rescue of 197 passengers. INDIANAPOLIS, Dec. 11. That she had been hired by James Tretton, assistant superintendent of the street car company to spy upon the leaders of the union during the days previ ous to the calling of the street car strike here, was the testimony of Mrs. Ethel Doxvney, wife of a motorman, before the public utilities commission here Wednesday. Mrs. Downey declared that her in structions were to learn anything she could regarding the plans of the un ion and Tretton had told her to take the union leaders to a wine room or a room in a hotel if necessary to get the information. Mrs. Doxvney was unmercifully grilled during the cross examination by counsel for tho street car company. Tretton's request that he bo allowed to testify when Mrs. Downey had fin ished was denied by the commission. CHRISTMAS BAZAR OPENS The annual Christmas bazar of the First Daptlst church opened Thursday in tho church parlors and will con tinue until Friday evening. A chick en supper xvill be served Thursday evening and luncheon Friday noon. The booths .are unusually attractive and the assortment of articles varied. A Japanese booth ofCers many unique articles and tho fancy work booths contain handsome articles ranging from Irish crochet to colonial rugs. Apron and handkerchief booths and and delicatessen booth aro also inter esting features. PRESIDENT IS STILL ILL Cancels Engagement to Talk at ISooh- ter, X. Y. WAjs"! 1 1 N"TON. Dec. 11. Pre Wilson's cold is still troubling him. He found that it bad so weakened his voice that he bail to cancel his address over the telephone WedneH-' day night to a banquet of the cham ber of commerce at Rochester, N. Y., Vice Pres. Marshall speaking in his place. FISH ACROSS TRACKS HOLDS UP TRAFFIC MALLOKY AIIHIVKS. BRUNSWICK. Ca.. Dec. 11. The HARTFORD CITY'. raiii is sprouting in the walls of the Fred Walker home, north of this city. Sev eral weeks ago changes were made in the house and plastering was done. It is supposed that xvheat xvaa -accidentally mixed in the plaster. The seeds sprouted and the blades burst through the plastering all over the walls. CHICAGO. A fish captured at Miami. Fla., by Charles 11. Hhomp son was s, large that xvhen the tall was in the doorxvay of Thompson's store the head extended over tho street car tracks. The routing of a street car line w;ls changed until tho fish could be taken in doors. JAM I CS MoM.UIOX DIES. NEW YORK. Dee. 11. James Mc Mahon, former president of the Emi grant Industrial Savings bank and di rector in several big corporations, died Wednesday at his home in S-mith- town, N. Y., of a complication of dis eases. He was 82 years old. our all friends for kindness and the extended to us during the bereavement of my hus band, John Striebel. MRS. JOHN STRIEDEL. w p---i v m . Hn mm mbmbhm a kn urn i top M U KU l4" p-'UU- to $7.40; fron u0 to to 10; dres tJ EVERY BOY' AND GCUL WANTED. Wanted: Every boy and girl to eu rsge In contest for the tos to be gixen by the t.hildren'.s Dispensary. Call at Dispensary. 1 ( .". 1 W. Division St.. or nt tfie Orpheum otf.ee alter 3 o'clock rnd g't s-jf scri ption !'.(iks and par- ill i V n WW 1 Beginning Saturday Morning We Will Place on Sale Regardless of Cost our Eitire Stock of Christmas Goods aid. Toys I. Mile $s 'varieties, etc, etc An opportunity to buy Toys and Xmas Goods at prices you never dreamed of before but we mean business. Our entire stock must be sold and this store closed before January 1st. OPEN EVENINGS ALL FIXTURES, HORSES AND DELIVERY WAGONS FOR SALE. OPEN EVENINGS A Holiday Announcement Having the unusual in Christmas tokens has been the unique distinction we have always enjoyed. This holiday season finds us fully prepared with a wider variety than ever before. You will want some kind of foot wear for Christmas, whether it be for gift purposes or for your own wear. The articles here quoted are only a few sugges tions from an assortment not to be excelled by any. SLIPPERS. SHOES, DAINTY & COMFORTABLE. We show every new style In all leathers and fab rics, shoes Uiat hundred of men and women have i - i i a i M learned give then fuli satisfaction in style and service. $1.95 to FANCY EVENING SLIPPERS. Satin slippers In all shades to match any gown, the irraee and luxury of which symbol- CIO QC The hot line of Toot comforter ecr shown, sreat variety InciiuIeM the eelebrattl 'Cornty" per Tor women and children, also felt slippers In ull stiles, S'Jc to Hi-h ellt f.UW'.X ofl siillil p.f) VuyUling 111 f'wiim ir TliU slip- 5L9S FOR THE CHILDREN. leather lots and slug's Uubbrr foot for the !.ifv I'vuur raiterw :t tfi.. Ti"st r-isuiblo prices. I le true Christmas Joyou-novs There is no gift quite as sensible as something useful and nothing quite as useful as shoes and slippers, if thev are UNION SHOE CO.-'S shoes thev Vjii be doubly UNION SHOE CO.