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THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES.
moxday ui:ci:mr:u 22, 1013 111 d u ioinsr HE REIiGH S MONKEY IS MORIS HO.Mi:. I)er. 2. With befitting rer fiimny the "Mona Li.;i" hnm-ht here under Riiard from I'h. rep.ee. wnn iianurf over to the rr.ii.i- nnit,:,-!. lur. M. Harrere. at the minMrv of ! iri 1!h' hay-hous.- kid; of th j 1t. head k i r ih the zoo in t.Yntral 1 iarkf was entertaining sonic friends elephant instruction umlay in th jrsm of J.--ire ,ne afternoon hen the dr Manjui di s.tn Oiulano. the minister ! ojienel and Patrick iC- nan. keeper of foreign affair?. Sinnnr 're.laro. ! f the monkey nous' projected him minister of public instrm tin. M. He- .wlf into the room. itrd. director of the French .-chcol in I Sill' .aid h breathing hard. Horn, and other prominent i rson- 'Ji:dy is at it au'ain." faK'-s. who funnl the document of the j :'nyilrr had ben r counting the transfer of the picture, which had , v kly budui t of happenings among previously been officially identifier! hy I the charge., and he was peeved at the m. i,eprieur, director of 1 1 i painting -ction of the Louvre. h th aid of the documents and d tailed photo graphs. The "Mona Ii.-a" was place. in a rosewood liox and I)r. f'orrado iikci. director general of the fine art in Rome, handed the key tothe : cond sf retary of the crnl.ay. M. Olh Ii prune, with the remark: "Thoro jihe Take, good care of hf r:- The painting was conveyed to the Farnese I'alace, where the French embassy is housed, and was viewed hy rnanv. It will he placed on cxhlbi tion in the I)orghe.-c gallery Tuesday until Saturday. Tmti:i: oudi:i:i;i akkiti:i. PAULS'. Dec. 22. At the moment the "Mona L.isa" was officiallv re stored to France, Magist.-a.te Drfoux, who has had the case under his charge, sinco the painting disappeared from the Iynivre, ordered the arrest of Vincent? Lancelotti, Michele Ian- eiiottl and Mm. CTlamagirand. friends and neighbors In Paris of Vin crnio Perugia, on information tele graphed from Florence by tlx? French polloo official Vignol. The Tmcelotti broth "is were de nounced several lays ago by another Italian as having been implicated with I'eriitfia, and they are now charge, with receiving and concealing th? masterpiece. According to the report from Vit riol, Perguia. who is under arrest at Florence, has made a full confession In the presence of an Italian magis trate. He declared that Vincente Iin celotti. was aware of the planning and execution of the theft and that he has concealed the picture In his room for six weeks and had helped to con struct the wooden box in which it was barred off. P. 0. 1 TO HELP OUT R. 0. WASHINGTON. Dec. 22. The re port of Second Assistant Postmaster General Stewart, made public Sunday night, disclosed the fact the depart ment expects to reduce the increased expenditures for railwav car service ty establishing railway terminal post frices and requiring- a separation, by routes, of first and second class mails of publishers. During last year, says, the report, a large amount of additional amount of car space was required on mall trains hecauso the establishment of the parcel post system. That the ex tension of the service necessitated a considerable increase in the expendi ture for car rental is shown in the statement that from Jan. 1 to Nov. -9, II IH, there was a net increase of J451,07:GD. Mr. Stewart expects however to reduce these expenditures by instituting tho reported changes. The report shows that the cost of operating rail ocean, river, lake street car, screen-wagon, pneumatic tube and mail messenger service during the year ended June :5 0 last was $S6,M2,- 237. ,4. This sum will he increased for the current fiscal year approxi mately 110,000,000. The number of all classes of do mestic mail service routes was 12,--76, the combined length of which was i S.5SS miles. GIVES $50,000 FOR COMMUNITY LECTURES interruption. "Why didn't you drop the curtain?" he asked. "I did." replied Pat. "hut she's peeping around it." Obrcrving that his audience war mystified by the conversation, Snyder explained that Judy was a South American monkey that had developed a ense of humor. Tlif Menagerie Joker. "Judy," Snyder continued, "is the greateat kiddcr we have in the menag erie. Her only real rival up here is FJob Hurton. of the lion ho us". She .sees fun in everything and she laughs from I in enjoyment just as human beings do. At first Judy confined her enjoyment to simply laughing at what went on around hr. Then she got to playing Jokes and creating embarrassing sit uations until she became the banc of our lives." Judy was brought over from the monkey house. She appeared to he a healthy animal with as vaudeville stars used to sing, "a naughty little twinkle in her eye." She has been in the zoo more than a year. The first indication that she possessed a sense of humor, according to the truthful Snyder, occurred about a month aft er her arrival, when Pat discovered her laughing heartily at the antics of a monkey that had lost a tail, and. not realizing that it was gone, was en deavoring to hang by it from a perch. When Judy began playing prac tical jokes she was in a cage with two others of her kind. She used to do all sorts of things to them, and literally "kept their goats tied up!" to quote Snyder. Judy was larger than her cage companions and she suffered no punishment from them for her pranks. The climax of months of worry in the monkey house came when she obtained a few yards of string and tied two of her companions together by the tails. Causes Others to l ight. "Those two monkeys were really frightened to death when that hap pened," said Snyder, "and I decided that the offender would have to be separated from them. So I put her in the cage with two larger monkeys the kind that would not stand to be kidded." For just about a week Judy was meek and demure, according to the keeper, and then she began slyly poking Jack, one of the big monkeys in the ribs every chance she got, and in a way to throw suspicion on Snooks the other big monkey. Pretty soon Jack and Snooks came to blows, and they had nearly finished each ether when they discovered Judy laughing at them, and realizing that she was tho mischief maker, began buffeting" her. This beating did not spoil July's sense of humor, however, and things came to such a pass that Snyder had to put Judv in a cage by herself. It was either that or death for the hu morist. "This did not cure her." Snyder went on. "Instead of pining she got to laughing at the other monkeys, to their great annoyance. Judy, like any other kidder, found that her laughter annoyed her companions. So she kept it up and their efforts to get away from the sound of her giggling or to reach and claw her only added to her merriment. Some time ago Judy made the discovery that constant star ing at an animal will first annoy and then anger the subject. Since then sho has boon making things unpleas ant for th' rest of the monkeys "Judy will pick out a monkey she wants to get a rise out of and give him a continual 'once ir.' YVHt. follows is worth study. In every re spect the monkey stared at win act as would a human beinc under the same circumstances. The subject will first wriggle, just as will a per son you stare at in a subway train; then will follow a chattering outburst of anger, as though the other were saying: "What are you staring at?" and then Judy just laughs and laughs and laughs." 1 3 I do my Christmas shop ping from my office. I send cfesnj isma9 foe 0 NOW BY THE BOX OF MOST DEALERS by the box of twenty packages. My dealer sells it for 85 Gesafis Ft!,,-... P J! A Colored Oiofhes Borax in the Water Will Prevent Colored Clothes from Fading. If you use Korax In the laundrv your clothes are never injured or faded. Thcv will come from th" washing as beautiful and as frtsh as the day you bought tbeiu. SOME NEWS NOTES. Davies Laundry. Uoth phon. Leslie, the optician. SOI ?. M!rh. Dr. Stoeckley. dentist. 611 J. M. s. Ilubbcr stamp' and alphabets rri : by H. A. rershir.e. 220 S. Michigan mom r, over Hurke. Advt. I 111! 1 ; Raincoats and Rubbers AT THE RUBBER STORE 106 s. .Michigan Sr. - - . 3 C C A whole box of it is a real present and its low cost lets me "remem ber" people I could j not send gifts to otherwise." Colored Clothes will hnve their crim inal olor, and white clothes will b beautiful and white. lJorax will not Injure even the tine?t of fahrica likd soap powders and lye and ash com pounds do. llesidcs. Dorax makes washing- ?im pie and easy. Add three heaping tablt--spoonfuls of Horax to every tub ,f wa ter. It softens the water and very lit tle soap is required. In fact, in the laundry it is the Horax with the soap that does the work. Be sure you ask for the original 20 Mule Team IJorax. At all dealer?, in JOe and ISc packages. The Pacific Coast Korax Co.. 1550 Mc Corraick Building. Chicago, will send a booklet, "The Maeic Crystal." telling the many uses of Horax in the horai to any one who win send for it. It's the 9 you're sure will please. The great noDularitv of the clean, purp, healthful WRS$22.E7S ES2Z2 is causing un- CL.EVKIANI. O., Dee. 22. A gift of 1 50.000 to be used as a "commun- i:y lecture" fund will announced Monday hy Prof. Charles Thwing of Western Reserve university. The do nors are Malcolm Xee McHride. Don ald McHride, Mrs. Henry S. Sherman. Mrs. (ieorge W. Crile and Mrs. Her bert McHride of Cleveland. Th' dona tion is in memory of Mrs. Herbert Mc Hride's deceased husband, and the parents o fothers. .Mr. anil Mrs. J. H. McHride. Hy the terms of the gift, the income derived from it, s t provide lectures for the'oommunity as well us the uni versity. Provision is made that they shall be delivered in various parts of the city covering all fields of human knowledge "as b t adapted to the field of the audiences to be reached." BELIEVES DRESS WILL INFLUENCE PUPILS MORE WINNERS AT BERRIEN COUNTY POULTRY SHOW scrupulous persons to wrap rank imitations that are not even real chewing gum so they re semble genuine The better class of stores will not try to fool you with these imitations. They will be offered to you principally by street fakirs, peddlers and the candy departments of some 5 and 10 cent stores. These rank imitations cost dealers one cent a package or even less and are sold to careless people for almost any price. If yoinvant Vrig!cys look before you buy. Get what you pay for Be SURE it's WRIGLEVS. We are inatrtini? the above caution solely to protect our customers, who are continuallv writin u tint they have been deceived by ioutauons which they purchased thinking they were WR1GLCVS. 1st. I1 ml. INDIAN A PO Li S. Dee. .-Delegates have been arriving here 'Sunday night 'or the opening sv.-sions Moil daj.' morning of the Indiana Tea -hers' association. The tlit meet.mgs will ommence at oYlek in the morning. Among tnose wno i ;n ln.l here was Mis Harriet I'. Cook of Washington. Ind.. the teacher who hlies the dress of the instructor influences the pupil. "A touch of brightness in the eh. th ine: of the teacher may be the means of lifting the pupils' mind out of the depths. Incor.sciouIy bored pupils ill respond to hrightness shown by a color." Miss Cook says r d is one f the test colors to che-T up the school hi hi nn. lloudans. W. P. lYtcher. Huehanan; 1st, cock; 1st. Jnd. 3rd. 4th. hen. Mrs 1 Tienvm, Mies; 1st. 2nd. cockerel: 1st, 2nd. pullet; 1st. 2nd, cockerel; Mr. Peter Johnson, P.uchanan; 3rd. cockerel. Pit (ianies. Fred C. Sehumaker. Mies: 1st. 2nd, cock; 1st. pullet. Fred l. Took, Nibs, 3rd. cock. lSrutut' Turkeys. Howard Young. Nib s; 1st. 2nd. 3rd. Tom; 1st. 2nd. hen. White Holland Turkey. Mi.-s Helen Bartlett. Cassopolis; 1st. Tom. Toulou-e" iee.c. P. Kieer. Kerrien Springs: 1st, 1st. 2nd. 3rd. hen. Flark , Nib s; 1st. cockerel; 1st. pullet. African Clooc. Thomas Hastings, Nib-s; 1st. 1st, hen. Wittl Canadian Ciooo. Frank TimchotY. Huehanan A. cock Whit c cK ; 1st. cockerel; 1st. 2nd. pullet. Pctsin Ducks. Horace Wertz, Mies; lsi, cock 2nd. hen. A. J. Hillman, Mies, cock. Mark llrr;i(t(l Hod (inim Bantam. Samuel West. Mies; 1st. 2nd, hen. IlufT Foacliin liantam. Tlussel Durn, Mies 1st, cockerel; 1st. 2nd, pullet. I'artrhlgt roacliin Bantam-. Clyde Shepard. Henton Harbor; 1st, rock; lit, hen; l.-y., cockerel; 1st, 2nd, pullet. White African iulncas. Helen Bartlett, Cassopolis; cock; 1st. hen. raiglNh Pouter Pigeons. Harold Hick. Niles; 1st. cock hen. 1st. 1st. i oek. Colored Mumdiij Iiuks. I. II. Trnesdell. Nibs. 1st. 2nd. coek; 2nd. 3rd. hen. Mae F. Jcfl'er son, Nile?: lPt, h'n. Whlto .liiMiiy Diukn. Mae K. Jefferson. Nibs. 1st. cock. Wliito Intlian Hunner Ducks, llarrv Harper. St. Joseph: 1st. 2nd. cockerel: 1st. 2nd. 3rd. 4th. pull-t. Fawn and White Indian Hunner Dm k. A. J. Hillman, Nibs; 1st, 2nd. WILSON TO SPEND XMAS VACATION IN MISSISSIPPI WASHINGTON. Dec. 22. - Pres. Wilson intends that his vacation at Pass Christian, Miss., shall he h com plete rest from otiicial activity hut in leisure moments he will apply him self to the task of choosing tentative ly members of the federal reserve board to be created hy the new cur rency law. The president will see no visitors, will engage in no voluminous cor respondence and will isolate himself for three weeks of recreation and luiet thinking. He realizes that in the selection of the federal reserve board he will be confronted with one if the most important problems of' his administration and that the suc cess or failure of. the new currency law will deptnd to some extent on th quality of the otticials of the board who will administer it. CHHISTMAS TKIPS (JUAM) TKUXlv HY. SYSTKM. We have excellent service to the following points and your patronage will be appreciated. Kalamazoo. Grand Rapids, Battle Creek, Lansing. Flint, Bay City. Saginaw. Pontine. De troit, Port Huron, and other Michigan stations. Information cheerfully given. C. A. McNutt, Passr. Agent. YOU CAN LAUGH f F Tn nn nc.ii-4 if i TALK AND EAT. WITH rOMI'OKT IF YOl. I SE Ad he Dental Plate Powder positively prereuts yeiiT plate beeoming loose. Semi 10c for trial pdt.k.ire and booklet Artificial Teerh, and br con vinced. A fi-ne flem jastraticn :it our of fice. The Dental .Spe cialty Co.. l)rt-U it, Durunt nioek, Tort land. Mf. TWO GIRLS ASPHYXIATED Ovrmjino by ias in UathitM)ni AY! die iMxing1 I'p House. PITTSBURGH, Pa., Dec. 22. P.ose Ilgoc. 12. and Bertha Supowitz, 14. were asphyxiated Sunday night by fume? from a gas stove in a. small bathroom in the home of Isaac Ito- ov. a hrothPi of one of the victims. IIdkow moved into the house Satur day. The girls spent the day assist ing iti tivine" 11 t tho holism mil visitnl I the hathroom to wash for the evening meal when they were overcome. CHICHESTER S FILLS Wrv .THE DIAMOND BRAND. A v ew.ir i DiaiMtiid 11 rand 'in ia uea ana metiac roxrt, $eiel witn Blue Kitbcn Tttb ther. Itar of tbhf DIAMOND ltUAND I'lLI S yitr known u Cest, Si'st, Always Keliit SOIC BY WJM1S FAERYWKERf SCHMGE Your Old Stove for a New One at Here's the proposition ! We will take in your old stove, (either heater or range) as part payment on any neAv sto'e this is the first time this proposition was ever made in this vicin ity and it's only good for us for a short time. TERMS $1.00 A WEEK TRY NEWS-TIMES WANT ADS t 3 eh A m Tin 3 C Rf? r4 i 1 H' mar maried prices Right Distribution of Right MercFdbe at Right Prices." A. Mkii Clauer's Clocks Our $2 3.00 7est- minstt v (J h i m e Clocks are wonder ful values. We im ported these. Best quality. (luaran te.ea. MriKe on tee1 tilhes. 25.00 There is 66 That is Lb Only One SiSG , & pi i r fmSJU 4 USfD THE WORLD OVER TO CURE A CCLD IH ONE DAY, PALLS AXUERSON. Ind.. Dec. 21 'William A. Miller. 3u years old. dead Sunday in the office of Dr. II. K. Jones, whom lie was waiting to eon eult. Dr. Jnes enter'd the otTle as Miller was attacked with apoplexy. to .00. -ICLAUES 3RD FLOOR CLOCK teH - KUUM. Always remember the full name, lor this signature on every box. Look 25c. Harry L Yerrick Funeral Director EYES EXAMINED And Ilead.Tehe Kej-.'ved tvitliuiit the uf u drill's by I furnish the mint, from the burial. complete first call eju;p to tlie Uoth rhones. 21U So. St. .! St. syr .Xr V vii Fnxx H. LEMONTREE 'iua i: ri rs L'.dit:s ;,t ..metrlst mul MirinfuiuriM' (H'tl'i.tn. "m:. S.v MlidfTT?i Stfw lloiae rii'ne ti.h Sunday rom Kell to 1V.Z0 IMione 337. A. M. Jack Knife Safety FOUNTAIN PEN Writes like a fresh dipped pen. Slips flat into a vest pocket or a lady's purss. It ccn't leak. $2.50, $3, $4. $5 and up. THE TYPEWRITER SHOP Opposite Postoffice. Open Evenings. Both Phones Reasonable . Prices for Expert Optical Service. Tarlors 2nd Floor I'Icvator Sen ice. 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