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THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES.
TTHSDAT, JANTAUY 13. 1911. HERMIT ISF0UND DEAD Toller An- of Opinion That He Ya . Killed IVr UN Money. Mj;.MrHIS. Term.. Jan. i::. Mys tery vnrrotm.l'-d the death of ;eorgj YV5nt rc"T. M. who::" body was found Monday in h:s house where h- had lived as a. hermit for -".a -:ir. ( Tho nom in vhi-h bis body wu.- t foxin-l wms wre. k-.l. Plastering was. L-n,rwi (1 from tho v;tl!s ;md the I - 1 J clothing w.lk torn to shreds. Tho body v.as under ;i large table The aged hermit was n ported to have considerable money .freed ft bout the house. Tin o!I'" believe ho was murdered and the room wrecked bv the slayer in his search for tro IJ. MOTHER! IS CHILD'S S10MAGH SOUR, SICK? If Cross, Feverish, Constipated, Give "California Syrup of Figs.: Ion't scold your fretful, peevisn child. See if tongue Is coated; this ;s a sure siun its little stomach, liver ;ui(l bowels are clogged with sour w uite. When listle.-, pale, fj-vt-rlsli, full of coll, breath Lad. throat sure, doesn't tat, sh ep or act naturally, fwvs stom achache. Indigestion, diarrhoea, give a. 'casi.oonful of ' California Syrup of is," nd in a few hours all the foul waste, tho sour bile and fermenting food passes out of the bowels and you have a well and playful child again. Children love this harmless "fruit laxative," and mothers can rest easy after giving; it. becau.-e it never fails to make their little "insides" clean and sweet. Keep it handy. Mother: A little given today saves a sick child tomor row, but get the genuine. Ask your druggist for a .Mi-cent bottle of 'Tali- 'jornia Syrup of Figs." which has di rection for babies, children of all ages and for grown-ups plainly on the bottle. Remember there are counter feits told here, so surely look and see that yours h made b ythe "Califor- nia Fig Syrup Company." Hand back with contempt any other tig syrup. Advertisement. m:v caklimj:. (leorge W. Doughty, clerk of New Carlisle, has made the following re oort of the town's financial affairs Mnee he assumed the duties othce, Nov. 2 1, mO, with the in board of trustees: S. II. IZ. J. Sandmeier. Charles J. of the Hrock- way, Henry II. WYthered and Elias Myer, who had served at that time 10 months and 21 days. The town at that time was confronted with an i ilebtednesa as follows: School house bonds $2. ;); electric light bonds, il.t'.OO; total Jl.zOU. Water rent, electric light tax, saloon lice-nso were tollocted to the amount of $1,400 to $1,600. Since that time the school house bonds' of $LG0O havo been taken up, interest on bonds, $141; electric light bonds, ? 1,100, with In terest JI'js.'jO, making the total In debtedness with interest, paid, $4, or.'j.yO. Also an unpaid claim of tho South Shore Co. for tdeetric current of $2-2. 'J was taken up, besides oth r outstanding bills, leaving a large amount of money in the treasurer's hands with which to transact busi ness. Tho trustees mentioned have 'procured during their term of otlice the best street light you -will find in northern Indiana in the Madza, and lor tho town tho water system has been placed in the best condition it was even in. Alout f42 yards of gravel have been hauled on the Mreeta of New Carlisle; farmers have been Mipphed with electric current for lights and power; $ T 0 s has been placed on interest to pay off the only ho tded indebtedness which falls due !ec. 1, That the above men tioned trustees have faithfully dis- harmed th ir duties can not be doubted. The now council has as Mimed tho duties of ofhco with K. II. M:;rris president of the board. Hdward Molloy of laporte was a ;:uest Sunday of Miss Hattio Uonlcn. Mrs ;. H. Druliner is juite ill. Mr. and Mrs. Elves Kins of Kelle- tie, Ohio, were quests over tho week end of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Kimr. Mr-. Mary Service of Iiporto visit ed New Carlisle friends Sunday. ni .still i:n sphin(;s. Myles Myers ami family were South liend visitors Saturday. J. W. 1-YiTell. who suffered a stroke of paralysis a few weeks ao, is im proving. Mrs. Hoy Kowe of South F.end was r. we'k-end isitor at the home of her parents. Mr. ami Mrs. A. W. Haskins. Tobor Cranio held installatioti of oi'Uers .'it the Cranio hall south of town Friday. luniur was served at noon. Fein Clark. who attended tho stat- Cranio at Flint, acted as installing officer. Their otlicers are: Master. Mrs. le.n Clark; overseer, Mrs. F. II. Cray; lecturer. Mrs. 4'lareiue Spauldim;; secretary. Will llussell; treasurer. Albert Farnhart; steward. Clifford llollenbeck; assist ant steward. Yell Uussell; lady assist ant. .Mrs. Fda Scheil; Kate keeper, Fbv.vd iiaf.-s, Mr. and Mrs. "has. Sohadel wro St. Joseph visitors Saturday. Mr. Sohadel attende.l the annual meetins? of th sid'.ool directors of tho county. Mrs. Harriet Paintor visited friemls in s:t. Joseph Saturday. Mrs. Lillian Ir.hri.-zht h.as irovod Into the Yinton h-ue on t'.uvs st. Mrs. C. ii. Landon and son. C. C, return'il Saturday from a month's ls1t with relatives hi Warren. Pa. Tho Iioyal Neighbors held tlo ir regular meeting Friday eveaie. ami a class of 11 wvk initiated. Pinner was served at 'c!oek. The t. Jo seph team was present and did the Initiatory work. About 2" were in at tendance from St -Joseph. Paul Myers was a bu:r.ess isitor nt the Michigan poultry farm in Lan .sni; last rtfk. Mrs. Clarence Spauldinir has re turned from :v v'dt witli lor parents. Mr. an.! Mrs. A. Trever. in Lima. (). While there Mrs. Spauldimr attended n meetmir or tho state Cr.iime f uhio. Mrs. ;il)rt Eidson was ailed to Kalamazoo last Week by the illness of her aunt. Miss Matilda Carey. Mrs. .7. Howaru Taylor has return ed to h r home in Chicago after a week's isit witli her pai-nts. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Wefmoio. Mr. E. F. C:?rland i-ited at the home of her hi other, J. dm Kim;, in Ib-nton IIar!or. Saturday. John Pol-' was a busir.ss isitor in St. J "efiii Saturd.av. Mrs. Flora E. I'avls W( r.t to St. Jo seph Frtd av for a few Jas' isit and t atteml the taferr.aele me,-tini:s. Mrs. C.-rce T. Kin.nol a: d li'-t'e daughter rvtivned Saturday to their A' .COLD SWAP may cratch jou unawares when the vitality 1. low ami yyj the I!omI ImiMnerUlietl. Von know the result. (iuard ugain-t this -ondition by kiTpin;: to the system .strong ami aciiw by tlu dally le-c of HOSTETTER'S STOMACH BITTERS LI3 E3 ZZ1 E3 C3 homo in rhicago after a two weeks' visit with tho former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. V. i:. iioone. CXKSOX. Me..iii at tho Union church Sun day evenini;, Jan. is. All invited. Mi5s Ina W'adenstorfor spent Sun day with Econa Schafer. Mry Esta liunch spent Sunday with Mae and .Mary Haskin. Mr. and Mrs. W. p. Schafer spent .Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Econ.ad Weiss of Maple drove. Mr. and Mrs. Frank I'ccher, sr., .'.pei.t Sunday in South Bond with their dauKht- r, Mrs. E. D. Schrader. (Jhas. (ood and Lester Schrader Wile in South liend on business Sat urday. (.'1cm Schafer is spending several lays with Philip chafer, jr., of Pal mer's Prairie. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Kern of Eypt FP"at Morcay with Mr. and Mrs. p. Schlarh. Arthur Ilinkner, who has been ill, is iljwly improving. Leona Schafer spent Thursday with Mrs. Ceo. Schafer, jr., of Stoverville. Frank Ijnr lost a valuable cow lnt week. MUX Miss Irene Iiberteaux and Harry lirelsford of Niles were married Mon day morning at the home of the bride's father. H. 1$. Laberteaux. 7(ti Oak .t Rev. R. A. Wright of the Methodist church olliciated. Mr. and Mrs. Jiroislord lett for ellsville. N. ., where the groom has a position Otis, owner of the Los Angeles Times, as chief electrical engineer for the and his son-in-law, Harry C. Chand-Kerr-Terhune company. ler, have purchased 43.O00 acres of Miss Grace t ntts, who has been ill, is slowly improving. .Mr. and Mrs. Jay Young of Mish awaka spent Sunday with his broth er. Claire Young, southeast of Niles. Rev. M. L. Fox. district superin tendent, conducted a missionary rally at the Methodist church Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. George E. Gillam will entertain the F. & E. Whist club Tuesday evening. Mrs. N. McNabb received word Sunday of the sudden death of her brother's wife at Niagara Falls, N. Y. Mr.s. McNabb and daughter, Miss Maude, left Monday evening to at tend the funeral. .Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schulte of South Rend spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. William Schulte. WHAT'S INDI6ESTI0H7... 10 GflRES? LISTEN! "Pape's Diapepsin" Makes Sour, Gassy Stomachs Feel Fine at Once. Time it! In five minutes all stom ach distress will o. No indigestion, heartburn, sourness or belching of ,ras, acid, or eructations of undigest ed food, no dizziness, bloating, foul breath or headache. Pape's Diapepsin is noted for its speed in regulating upset stomachs, it is the surest, quickest and most certain indigestion remedy In the whole world, and besides it is harm less. .Millions of men and women now eat their favorite, foods without fear they know Pape's Diapepsin will save them from any stomach misery. Please, for your sake, get a lare fifty-cent case of Pape's Diapepsin from any drug store and put your stomach rit;ht. Don't keep on being miserable life is too short you are not lure long, so make your stay agreeable. Eat what you like and ui gest it; enjoy it, without dre id of re bellion in the stomach. Pape's Diapepsin belongs in your home anyway. Should one of the fam ily eat something which don't agree with them, or in case of an attack of indigestion, dyspepsia, gastritis or stomach derangement at daytime or during the night, it is handy to give the quickest, surest relief known. Advertisement. NEW PAPER TO START FIRST OF NEXT MONTH ELKHART. Tnd.. Jan. 1 C. James A. Pell, president of the Pell Publish ing Co.. Monday announced his plan of starting the publication of a morn ing newspaper Feb. 1. The new publication will be known as th Elkhart Progressive-I-moerat and Mr. Pell assorts will be devoted, among other things, to the promulgation of that party's prin ciples. YV. i. P. Harrison, formerly of the (loshen News and more recently attached to the oilire of the United States district attorney, is to be edi tor and Mr. Pell business manager. The new paper will be Issued every day in the week except Monday. t:i in to down i:cg i:ists. lUrrKOIT. Jan. 13. Kuenics and the little God f'upid never will work in harmony and the eucnists will ! olitninatod by Cupid. declared Judge li. Iindsay, head of tho Denver juvenile court, who was married re eentlv in Chicago. DRINK HOT TEA FOR A BAD COLD Get a small package of Hamburg P.r at Tea. or as the German folks i all it. 'Hamburger Ilru.t Thee." at any pharmacy. Take a tablespoonful of the tea. put a cup of boiling water upon it. pnur through :i sieve and drink a t acup full at any time. It is the iiu-st effective way to break a cold and cure grip, as opens the pores, relieving congestion. Also K.oens the bowels, thus Vreaking a old at or."?. It is inexpensive and entirely vege table, therefore harmless. AdvL. iv Tin: jrxc.LLV "In the Midst of the Jungle" is the three reel feature for today at tho Auditorium. The other subjects are a rural drama. "In a Hoss Country'" aad a comedy entitled "The Troubles of An Actor and A Tramp Police man". Tomorrow Daniel Frohman's Famous players will be seen again, this time James O'Neill in his great est success, 'The Count of Monte Crist o". James O'Neill has for maro' years been tho recognized American repre sentative of the Dumas hero in this play and although a versatile and ad mirable actor, he has been forced by demand to devote most of his time to "Monte Cristo". In due course of time he was recognized as the one supreme authority In this role, just a.s McCullough was in "Yirpinius", Eooth In "Hamlet" or Jefferson in "Kip Van Winkle". at Tin: s un pk is i :. "An Orphan's Romance," a two reel offering featuring Maud Fealy as an orphan pir. will be shown at the Surprise theater today. She is taken into the home of an aunt. The transi tion from the streets to hiph society is shown, the sirl wins the love of her cousin's friend. Harry Benham appears as the man. The story has certain elements of Interest and proves quite entertaining. GENERAL OTIS FIGURES IN BIG LAND DEAL He and Son-in-Law Pay Over Two Million Dollars to Southern Pacific. NEW YORK. Jan. 13. The an nouncement was made here Monday that a svndioMto nen.ie.i ,v nnoy..i land in the Imperial va"f v. California. from tho Southern Pacific company. The price is withheld but it is under stood to be considerably in excess of $2,000,000. Messrs. Otis and Chand ler plan to irrigate the land and col onize It, selling small blocks to farm ers. It is suitable when irrigated for canteloupo and long lint cotton and will be irrigated from the Colorado river. TRIAL WIFE REFUSED DIVORCE BY JURIST IJride of Ten Days is Itudely Disap pointed When Court Turns Down Hot Pica. NEW YORK, Jan. 13. The "trial marriage" was unexpectedly jolted Monday in the supreme court by Jus tice Newburger. Ho declined to grant a decree of annulment to Mrs. Helen 'Newburger. She is the girl-wife of Harry Newburger, a traveling sales man. She testified on the witness stand that she met Newburger in an ice cream parlor ind that he pro posed marriage. They eloped the next day to Buffalo whore she re mained ten days. Then she returned to her parents and has since lived with them. WILSON AS CUPID'S AID Lunatic Troubled With Lovo Tries to See President. WASHINGTON. Jan. 13. "I want Pres. Wilson to straighten out a love affair for me. He is the head of tho nation and he can do it easily." This demand was made at tho white house Monday by Louis Wagner, HO years old. late of the Ashland, Wis., insane asylum. He was turned over to the authorities for examination. PATE N TS And Trade Mark Obtained in all Countries. Advice Free. GEO. J. OLTSCH, Registered Pat. Atty.. 711 712 Studebaker Bldff.. So. Bend. Ind. 7 y' V7 v..;:..:;.::;:-::::. ; - i y hi Mi I :i i k ? i if iA I -7 & y ' ... -. .' ki:".-....-.i--A. iv.. J FZ'. , ,T .. ..:.r7 ..'."..-1Ul...-'3 cr3 n n PL Wednesday MNaffiSe Jasu, 14 SPECIAL MATINEE AT 2:30 Gene Stratton Porter's Great Novel (ft i: if ht Dramatized by Neil Twomey Music by Anatol Fried land. PRICES 25c, 35c and 50c; 25c, 35c, 50c, 75c and $1. SEATS ON SALE TODAY. IE PREPARE FROZEN HILL SLIDE FOR YOUNGSTERS Park Board Planning INx-reation at Hlver-Ide Hlvd. and in Sthool Yard. Preparation of a hill slide on Riverside boulevard from the corner of Park av. to tho duck pond in Keeper park, is to be undertaken by tho park board Tuesday if the weath er continues to justify. Secy. Perley took up the matter Monday of sprinkling th hill to form a frozen surface that will make the sledding easy. The slide will be close to a half mile in length. Skatinsr ponds In the school yards are also to be prepared if the weather continues. CLAIM SMITH IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACTS ELKHART. Did.. Jan. 1?.. That Charles Smith, who deserted his wife and two children on Christmas night following a fire which partically des troyed their home at 1010 Monroe jt., is suffering from mental aberration is the belief of Elkhart relatives who since Smith's return to this community Saturday night say they are convinced of that he is irresponsibile for his acts. STANDS TESTS. WASHINGTON. Jan. 1.1. James ful tests of twelve inch mortar pro jectiles at the Sandy Hook proving grounds were announced Monday. Tho new shells pierced modern deck arnio: plate at a range of 11 miles. illlElllll! Wc Musical Comedy And Pictures Tonight ami All Week av;i:l musical COMEDY COMPANY IN" A Mexican Koinance, "PAQUITA," The Sinin Girt. 1 5 ICn tcrUu ners 1 rwice nightly. 7:S and 9. Matinees Daily, 2, except Monday. THURSDAY New Musical Comedy r ROWS?!! TODAY THE TALK OF THE TOWN DeLUXE PICTURES PRICES 5c and 10c. VALDiVlLLK QUALITY NOW PLAYING i:i). HLOXDELL CO. Tlio New liny" EMMA FRANCIS And Her Aral. HAItld" WFim stoni: & havi:s 1'inniett's Canines Matinee Dally '2:M Evenings 7:30 & 9. MAT 10c 15c EVE 10c 15c 25c Thursday 4,Tlie Seminary Girl' n mi JLUC fed 3 ! si i l m 1 13 I ' iiirpnse iiieaier Tin: iiom;e of gooi imctuiies. Thanhouser's Two-Reel Feature Today "AN ORPHAN'S ROMANCE. With Maude Fealy and Harry Ben ham. INCOGNITO Victor Comedy Open Mornings and Noon Hour. OWE! I Lz3 m.: Urn 2C I! Hill End Sale i hi pn H n 9 lit c3) Women's. Pisses' and Women's, Misses' and 111101 Coats, Boucles, Chinchallas and grey, navy, brown and furry effects, coatsin this lot that sold to $15.00; Sale Price Women's, Misses' and and Novelties in all colors, Women's, Misses' and collars that sold to $30.00; Sale Price Large Grey Sets, $ 1 0.00 kind, sale Sets, Muffs and Scarfs, EYES EXAMINED FREE OUases Fitted t Moder&t Trice Satisfaction Guaranteed- DR. J. BURKE 8c CO. Leadlnr Optieiann of Northern Indian 233 8. Michigan St. c n .1 v o to in hr AoDointment. NOTICE:. Wo duplicate any lenie tb ame day. No matter wo ntted tanw ISrlus tho piece. I - i "FORGED OUT" SALE PUBLIC DRUG STORE rz3 ., I, ii i i in I mm mi ' I i 1 hi ii I J T ' W g1 - ' - mmmj2 1 " ''Jl'L' 1 L ! 0 1 li SOUTH BEND'S 9A UitfB PIOTUEE HOUSE. feHififfix I 5f : y-K "T-,93 yy "Right Distribution of Riht Mcrrf-:indue at 2 fn n n vyjii viyjo) Ever Held m South Juniors' Coats, handsome Boucles, Chinchallas CP QQ worth to $20.00; sale price ice Juniors' Coats with, fur or velvet trimmed All Furs f O 0 K Black Wolf Sets that sold 41U. JU ior $25.00; all kinds that sold for $10 to Regular Marked Prices. The Call of the Opera Season Auditorium SgTRl A rltil hol anl uprb opera hons cnJor o . roof. A modern and tricUyfirfi'roofetrurtun. i f" rme of conenienc for visitors and oporii-.K-:-lh manaKement haT Terpnt'y ipen l.-a .t ODOinimproveniCntsandderorKUOns. W lin-p;-vr ln room in advance. Jnforration conccrnb p r rtirtoire and Beat reservations can lurnri. IU0ITCR1UM HOTEL, Michlrin Eoulenri. CHICAGO IP. S. SUAFER. Mgr. Rmlr, rr D.y-SlntW f 'HJ. f.iO; TooW. tS.O1 mud ' TRY NEWS-TIMES WANT ADS ALWAYS COMPLETE LINES LOW PRICES QUICK DELIVERIES P WB Boys ns Overcoat Specia We find about 150 Boys' Overcoats; only one or two of a kind, sizes from 3 to 1 6 years. These coats sold at $5, $6, $7, $8, and up to $10. We want to turn them into cash, so if you've CT ar a hnv tzaii r& u J choice for . Right Prim." Mill 51 End Sale Junior Bend Novelties m 8 ... $5.00 I 4uiuu ..$15.00 $15.00 Sale Price $25.00. Sale price 1-3 Off HELLER BUILDING IS SAFE The committee appointed by Mayor Fred W. Keller to investigate the conditions of the buildings on each side of the collapsed structure at 110-112 South Michigan st. was composed of C. Fass nacht, Henry S. Chrislman, Geo. W. Freycnr.uth. Will iam S. Moore and E. V Young. THEY PRONOUNCED THE I HELLER BUILDING SAF 01 w W HARDWARE If firt m pa m v i 1 t. Op i I n y ii ft ! a t I l i vr r