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THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES.
0 COURTS GEWSUHED FOR FAILURE TO PRESERVE ORDER Eighteen Thousand People Par ticipate in Demonstration in an Effort to End Miners' Strike at Calumet. WILSON EXPLAINS HIS VIEWS ALONG EYES EXAMINED An Ileadarlie i:-l!.vt without the u- of Iirtiss by TRUST LRW LINES Meets Judiciary Committee and Preparation of Administra tion Laws Will be Started Soon. H. LEMONTREE Suuth ttend'a Leading Optometrist nr. J Manufatturhur n-tlflan. --I'1, So. M!-biguu Street. Home PIion Bell I'h-n 337. Sundays from 0 to :u:30 A. M. CAIX.MKT, Mich.. Dee. 11.1 About lS.OO'J pvr.sons iartlclpatoI in tlemon itrations Wednesday at Calumet and Houghton for the restoration of or tier in the copper strike district. The parades and meetings were under the auspices of the Citizens' alliance, an organization whirh has law enforce ment for Its object. Strikers w re requested to keep in the background ly William Moyor. president of the Western Federation of Miners and no trouble occurred at Calumet and Houghton. At the Quincy mine strikers attacked deputy sheriffs while a division of the Hough ton parade was forming and three of the officer were wounded. Resolutions adopted at th mass meetings as.aTted that the civil au thorities have failed In the perform ance of their duties and that lawless ness has gone unpunished. Prose cuting Atty. Lucas was charged with neglect of duty and the resolutions recommended to the governor that he he Fuppianted by George E. Nichols, aFsiMant prosecutor. The alliance wants Nichols to ' have full charge of the Investigation of lawlessness by the grand Jury which convenes on Mon day. Courts Arc Assailed. The circuit court was charged by the resolutions with having failed In its functions as a protector of public welfare. Tho demand was made that the court take such action as will con vince the community that crime can be adequately punished. The justice of peace courts were assailed for al leged inadequate punishment and in adequate bail. The resolutions Insist on the speedy Indictment of officers, organizers and members of tho Western Federation of Miners who have been found to havo committed, aided or abetted crime. Declaring that tho record of tho federation Is one of bloodshed and the organization la responsible for lawlessness, the resolutions insist It can have no place in the community and must be eliminated. MASKED Ifl HOLD UP POOL ROOM AT CAPITAL Walk Into Indianapolis Place of Business and Get $3,500 After Covering Three Men With Revolvers. INDIANAPOLIS. Dec. 11. Three masked robbers Wednesday night "held up tho owner and two employes of a pool room in tho center of the busi ness district, secured $3,r0 0 and valu able jewelry and escaped. Edward Ileid, owner of the pool room told the police that lie and his employes "were checking up the day'tf receipts when they suddenly were con fronted by tho marked men who covered them with revolvers. Whilo one. of tho men stood guard over the pool room men tho others, tied tho three victims. The robbers after securely binding Heid and his clerks, ransacked the safe and desks, securing $.,,f00 and several diamonds which belonged to the owner. Leaving their victims tied, the robbbra escaped and late Wednes day niKht tho police liad found no trace, of tho men. The pool room is located on Illinois Ftreet, a few doors north of Washing ton street and is on the third floor of tho huildfnsr. For this reason the cries for help of Held and his em ployes after the robbers had left were not heard. About an hour after tho robbery Ileid succeeded in working loose from the ropes with which ho wa.s tied and rushed to police station where he told the story of the holdup. Ills face was covered with blood from a wound caused when one of the robbers struck him. WASHINGTON. Dec. 1. The fcope of Pre. Wilson's anti-trust legislation became fairly well defined Wednesday at the end of a conference at the white house between the president and six democratic members of the house ju diciary committee, which is to under take tho preparation of the adminis tration bills. The measures to be ad vanced for action at this session will aim at the following ret-ults: Definition of the various forms of monopoly and restraint of trade which would be "conclusively deemed" un reasonable and in violation of law. Placing upon tho defendant the burden of proof to show that there is no "unreasonable" restraint of trade. Prohibition of interlocking director ates between lare corporations. Trade Commis.-ion. Establishment of an interstate trade commission, to exercise regulator" powers, make original Investigation and aid the courts in carrying out de crees of dissolution of trusts. The details of legislation were not worked out at the white house con ference, nor was a complete under standing reached as to the number of bills that will be pushed for action at the present session. The president made it clear how ever that he favors legislation along the general lines of the Lenroot-Ia-Follette bill, which has been before congress since last June, and which wa.s designed to clear up tho "Twi light zone" of corporation activities. This measure was the subject of much of tho discussion and members of tho committee will take up its pro visions for further consideration. It would define by law nearly a dozen forms of contracts, agreements, re Ptraints, price cutting and the like, tho "reasonableness" of which Is now left to the courts, but which would be "conclusively deemed to be unreason able and in restraint of trade" by the proposed new law. Holds Conference. Pre-?. Wilson's trust conferences of tho last two weeks have included long talks with Attorney Gen. Mclteynolds, en. Newlands, chairman of the sen ate interstate commerce committee. Secy. Itedfield of tho deparfnent of commerce, Rep. Clayton and Joseph E. Davies, commissioner of corpora tions. He is to confer again In a few days with Sen. Newlands and other members of the senate committee that will handle trust legislation. caws One ' Dollar Is jAU You Need all Ml la -V-f.p to.' ft f i! j 5- Every Patient a Boaster for SWEM, The Chiropractor, Rheumatism. 302-30; Iau Building. Home Phone 25G5. Often for the' want of a small amount !n cash the chance of a lifetime to secure a home or a business Interest is lost Opportunity rdlpa bv the cashless, thriftless spender. Don't let it Blip by you be ready with ready money in your Savings Account. If you haven't one staxt on NOW TODAY! A dollar la all you need, your money will draw 4 ner cent Interest, too. ,4 f I w YOUTH CONFESSES TO ROBBING OF BANK Story Results in Arrest of Owner of Farm Whero Part of the Loot Was Found. ALT I ON, 2Ceb., Dec. 11. Hugh M. Fins, twenty years old, arrested some days ago on suspicion of being the man who robbed the bank at Prim rose, Neb., last Thursday, confessed the crlmo Wednesday, according to Sheriff Shutton of Greeley county. His confession is said to have im plicated Paul Carston, a farmer living six miles from Primrose and on whose farm the officers found $3,700 of the $4,000 taken from the bank by Fins. The money was hidden in corn shocks. Carston was arrested. INDIANA MINERALS. WASHINGTON, Dec. 11. Indiana in 1912 produced $'.2,239,193 In min erals against $37.40.187 In 1911. an increase of nearly to, 00,0, 000 accord ing to the geological survey Wednesday. CHURCH RAISES OVER $5,000 TO PAY DEBTS Westminster Ircslyterian Congrega tion to liaise Additional Sum In Near Future. TERMS $1.00 EACT1 WEEK. TXJJ3LS 11.00 I1ACII WlIEJt. First steps towards clearing a debt f $11,100 were taken by the members of tho Westminster Presbyterian church last night at a dinner given the congregation by the pastor. Ilev. H. B. Hostetter, when $5,730 was raised. The church as built 10 years ago. having previously been a mission af fair. The cost of construction was approximately $33,000, two-thirds of which has been wiped out. It now has a membership of upwards of COO. one of the largest congregations in the Lo iransport presbytery, tmd with one of the largest Sunday schools in the .vn-Hi of Indiana, The subscriptions Wednesday night wprf taken in charge by L. i Whit cr.jnb and Burr F. Augustine, the amounts subscribed varying from So rents to ;ls high iw $12.30 a month for the next 4fl months. About CG0 people were present and when the plan of campaign was an nounced there was a ready response. The contributions were made in pay ment of shares. The shares were listed at a certain figure and the members bought anywhere from a fraction of a share to several shar s. i The first attempt was so successful that it was decided to continue the campaign. The additional money needed is expected to be raised in the bear future. ) . msm ( Buck's Celebrated Heaters SO sizes and styles on display. Ask your neighbor wliat sh think of her IlucJc etovo. FOIt NEW TKIAL. CHAKLESTOWX. W. Va.. Dec. 11. Counsel hi the Use of 11. Graham Wilon. a wealthy farmer, recently convicted of assaulting Mi.-s Kato Turner, a friend of his wife, began Itrguments today in an effort to vcuro new trial. .UTO AMUl'LANCi: SEKVICK. HIRAM C. KRIEGHBAUM FUNERAL DIRECTOR Ca s;. Mala St. Pher.es Homo ca5; Uell C-05. H0MEOF GOOD CLOTHES Reasonable . Prices for Expert Optical Service. Parlors 2nd Floor I Iterator Service. St Joseph County Savings Bank. The St Joseph Loan &. Trust Co. Si - 4 A CLAUER'S 11 jHL J, y) 1 Tj i. I i is EL- Hat yni txi a Our Office is one of the finest equipped in this country for the amelioration and cure of SPECIAL DISEASES OF MEN. Our Special Fees Will Continue Short Time MEM? Blood Poison and Vital Weakness of Men I r ojryw msm HARRY L TEHB1C ( FUNERAL DIRECTOR X furnlAu th omplet qdp ment. from tbc rirt oU to th burUL riotlj Pboos S19 So. Ct. Ztm C2. A t T It Daily Trains to Chicago. Raincoats and Rubbers AT THE RUBBER STORE 20G S. Michigan St. I m f m ' T m m m KjI CliOriflXR for Men, Women and Children. $1.00 per week payments. Oien Thursday and Saturday Erenln. BROWN'S CO. 30.- S. Michigan Street. PATENT Aad Trad Marks Obtained In ail Countries. Ad vie Free. GEO. J. OLTGCH, Roistered Patent Atty., 711 HI StudsbaJcer Bidj BouUa BnA. 1x4 Route of tho Lakes TIME TABLE (Effective September Z GOslli: VISION. Daily Trains Leave. 11:00 a m 12:00 noon 1:00 p in 2:00 p in 3:OJ p m 4:00 p ui art only. 12 :00 noor. 2:00 p in 4:(K m m 5:30 p in ST. JOSETII DIVISION'. 5:00 a. in., S:00 a. m., 10:00 a. ra. 12 00 noon, 2:00 p. r., 4:00 n. m., 0:ou p. in. and S:00 p. in. to .Slles, Mich., only. 7:00 n. m.. D:00 a. in.. 11:00 ft. m.. 1:00 p m.. 3:00 p. m., 5 :(0 p. in., 7:00 p. m., V:00 p. in. and 11:00 p. m. to St. Joseph. Daily except Suuday. F. I. HARDY. Supt. Transportation. MICHIGAN CITY DIYISI' 5:ir a in Groo a in 7 :00 a m 8:iK) a in 0:00 a ra 10:0) a m Tc Elk .":30 a ra 7:00 a m 8:00 a ra 10:00 a ra G:0 p nr. t:tO p ra 8:00 p ra 0:00 p m 9:00 p ra 11:00 p m 7 00 p m S:30 p ra 11:00 p ra If you cannot come telephone riioncs Home 5392; Rell 392. The Eliel Pharmacy rank iieieu, rh. c, Mgr. f We deliver orders promptly it i m'y-mM m;yy tu ':v.:-vV';v '-i i 3 DR. FLEENER FOR MEN Over 14 Years a Specialist. Our Best Reference, No Cure,. No Pay. YOUNG MEN AND ALL MEN. COME TO SEE US. Lt us re move your trouble, purify your blood. Ptreruthen your nervous fvs tem ajid restore you to a healthy, manly feeling, thereby rrllnj you cf the burden that Is felt from any disac. Our practice is limit ed t- theo diseas, end each rA5f e accept is identical with some disease we have cured. Tli"refor it is no inoro than reasonable for us to expect to do n much for you as we have done for other. After treating: with us for Ju.t a little while you will haw a much confi dence as wo havo in our method Dr. Fleener's Remedies Save Man We want to tell every young man vrhat his father should have told him in hts youth. What every young: man e.nd father oupht t kno'. No sadder r.pectacle. ever comes to our attention than :i Vounsr man vho body nntl mind b infected with dJa-e. He is han dicapped All through life. The ftrongr, robust man with pure blcod cells pase him at every turn in the race of life. Thousands of thes caea should nevr have b en. An ounce of prevention would have kopt the youftfT men of today and the father of tomorrow in thf bloom of henlth. strength and vljor. Tail ire ii a certain to fol low a weakened and di.ei.nii mind r day will follow nlcrht. Don't you believe the great men of today, of .yesterday, performed every pri vate and public duly feurlesly and earnestly? Then why should you not guard your HERITAGE when it is worth more to you, mor to your children and your children's children than all the money tho Rookef elK-rs and Vanderbilts pos sess? Your jmecess depends upon your health nnd determination. All r.f thefie thirds T)!nr true, loan us your confidence and Tve will guar antee vou RUcceF and health. This we will accomplish by making a strong: man of you a healthy man. K. man with strong nervs. clear brain and a found body a man with trood, pure blood coursinc through your velne-. free from dis ease germ?, tafnt or infection. False pride and modesty have stood between rriousands of men and success, health and happins. Vhat the blood stream won't do In the human system for weak orgns will never be ACComp!ished. Are you willing: to hand your HERITAGE down from generation to generation through your children? Look about you at the thouiandu of unsuccessful suffering men who are paying the price of their ancestors' Indis cretion. Have you Inherited bad blood or have you contracted it at some uneuypectlnp moment? Begin now to stamp it out by taking the best blood making and blood purifying remedies. Not a Dollar Need Be Paid Unless Satisfied f Its as natural to look at the fine points bv Gas Light as by Day 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. 'M G Company "914" Cures Blood Poison me new aaivarsan We use t!:e newest and Infest treatment for It!od 1'oinorv. nd Skin I1vhms. Prof. L'hrH. h's tof rnian.v) Ni: SAI.VAllSAN r '"dll". the Improve'! SalTsrN.m, irierj.l of the old remedy billed Nernl- nnd nirtre effe-tive tV.nu "tiry .md c:ui a1miiii9tereil ir. the fflo pair.!.-.l.v nud with ibno!ntly n 111 f-ff'.-t wLatcvr or 2etentiou from busir.ess. Weak, Nervous Men jTjj, Consult Old Iicliabl3f Ix)ru-EstablLdicd Spcviallsts Over 11 Years" Epcrlencx Au VftHI NERVOUS and despondent, weak and debilitated, " tired mornings, no ambition lifeless, memory gone, easily fatigued, excitable and Irritable, eyes sunken, red and blurred, pimples, restless, haggard-looking, weak back, bone pain, soro throat, lack of energy and confidence? Concuit tho old-reliable specialists. Results Speak for Themselves 8CORE3 OP CURED PATIENTS OUR REST ADVERTISEMENT, and our well-filled offices, our great success, has tempted others to em ulate our announcements, even to copy them, word for word. I3ut, re member, it is our great NEW SYSTEM SCIENTIFIC PELVIC METH ODS that bring results, and results are what you want. So BE SURE, MEN, MAKE X3 MISTAKE. Seek the leader and not the follower, and remeenber we are the Spec ialist you have known and who does refund every dollar paid for professional services In case of failure to cure or render satisfaction. yfcill" Afflicted with Blood Poison, re throat, uicers in rM w H UU mouth, falling hair, skin eruptions, discoloration, nervous, Irritable, dull pain In head or back, numbness, tingling in hands or feet, despondent, inclined to melancholy, fear of impending calamity, bono pains, Indigestion, variable appetite, feeling of bloating, lameness in back, arms or legs? Are you discouraged, having tried and tried? What have you tried? Poisonous drugs in stomach-ruining doses, feeble patent medicines or inexperienced doctors, calling themselves specialists, but who are not true specialists and who have no reputation or reliability? SOri It There is a method of treatment that will cure you, H without damaging the stomach and nervous system; treatment that does not block up, merely hide away for a time, but will drive every- vestige of tho poison, cleanse the blood nnd lymphat ics, clears tho mind of forebodings, makes strong nerves and will re store you to the vigor of health and the disease will not return. We simply want the opportunity of showing every suffering man that we can give him new hope, new life and restore him back to health, strength and vigor. We know every man will pay after we have en tirely eliminated everj' trace of the disease from his system. We havo one special low fee, which you may pay when cured, If there Is any doubt abcut the case being cured by our methods. A whole second floor of offices, separate waiting rooms, many treat ment rooms an4 electric therapeutic machines. Our past RccoreL as vrdl as our Professional and Financial Standing. N a fiuaranU'p that you will rctho Honest, Faithful and Successful Treatment. We enn refer you to the Bft Banks nnl Iiidlru: Buine , Men of South Bend. A Lcgul Contract given to each pulJcnt to hold for our promtee. lla-li patient here at our offio' receives skillful, export and individual treatment. Consult true Sptx UlL-t, uhoin you know from their inna neintly and long-established reputation arc able to cure you icrmanctly and quickly. Patient- from a dKtan can return homo same day or day following. thosi: who have bihin disappointed bv UNSKILLED PHVS- ICIAXS AIU: EARNESTLY REQl EsTED TO INVESTIGATE OUR MITTHODS AND TERMS WITHOUT DELAY. WIIK'H HAD THEY DONE IN THE BEGINNEVG. WOULD HAVE SAVED THEM TIME. PAIN, WORRY AND MONEY. 10 Examimafloii Free Call Today o Lave suffering from inOiseretb-.n. t.V penaltr of e(fxios and 8bu-e. will ee how fjulrk the rljrkt rin-l t. at th rlsrht pl- :ml time, will do the work. K";re ht er.eiyy. aniMHon tnd sfrnerli. nouri:! lng the dll-nte and imp.irtni.t rjnr,s Cfnrorr.eil in nnr.!jv d. No mm !nuM give up fcoe, ur l.er'orn' dlxnTiMg"! fir cJBhrtue.i. uritil h his hnd n lsNor ntory eiarainatlun fret. Varicocele or Enlarged Veins DLOOI V1VK Ven Is. Poor TJr'ila tlon, Palpitation of tb H'.iit. S-ur 9iv.inrh, Hud Mniorv. Short cf Hnvith. Trnil.llr.r of thp I.lmV.h. Krifilr KxrjTfd. Tlrl Feixi;: i:i the ..ii.rr;ir,L'. I'ih : r a 1 i t v. SliirtrM ('Ireulation. ONI: WLEK'S TKKATM ll. T WILL MATISTV Vol' tT.It IJL.M I'D I FN A Hi: RIGHT. Will you oontini; sufTerlnir from thes aHmnri. or 'vlll you plie your ca no 1 r our hand and y rTinan:it l.v eur'd in th rJ'ht way and s!jorrrtt tin. p0stb? Kidney, Bladder A perriar-T.lly fiirel AM) nUKT'MAT- r TF.oriiLl.S In thirty ,i if r o?hr -in i 1 i 1 1 : . . Tlte ni-;ii' r-.Tl-i 1 y yirjil f.. Miir lilond Maklu : " 1. '. ! i'liriiyinjr Eern''li' h. A 4 rV--- IM IXTIMN AND Acute Liseases swollen gi.t.h r.ive d.illy artetition aa-1 iermu:.-:it-lv .-i;rp'l la a f-".v day. Th d!s.. If allowed to run in "k-d. wld -xl t gerlnij e,ir.;i:vriti'?.?. A v. urd r th' l-- i MUffl'lt-Tlt. Special Notice mm sis SOUTH BEND, IND., 109'2 W. WASHINGTON AVENUE. Entire Front Floor Over Peck's Shoe Store. 5 Large Rooms Fully Equipped. L. IV. K7cA an UNDERTAKER ILune 1'lionu 5211: Bell Phone 85. 333 X. Mkliian St. TRY NEWS-TIMES WANT ADS L. H. ORYIS FUNERAL DIRECTOR luly AUtant. North Michi-.m St. Home r2!l7. Hell J!7. Our Sue leM-nl-. 1"mu Our .v;itili(tl I'atirnt-. SMITH & SMITH uiiii:opr.utoi:s. W. Waue. H. Phone '2l'JV. South lvwt hid. TRY NEWS-TIMES WANT ADS TRY NEWS-TIMES WANT ADS' :1 I I r ' 9 if li is u 1