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TUI.V, JAM'AltV IS. 1911.
THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMEb. KRAZY KAT Coj.rjh. I r i t i i,.iti..n.i i x.-u service. There Was the Star. r I f ( f I f 4 S A Yoj ujaitaj mi wWr with J Mikb A' cr --x I SMKY W wtiHji Tut. ar L V III i'-JIC VSTVte-LIGHTS - 'GUI .11 & "The. U)iH I WISH r - "You GET UJ15H tV. 1 - . . i f 1 no a To COAtE,) I 61 s I 1 .ll.nA I I . v . I I ' v I i ! i V THAT ( ( Id- I UNDERWOOD BUS! PAVING THE 1Y Appropriation Bills Are First to be Considered by Congress Other Important Matters Are Scheduled. "WASHINGTON. Jan. 1 Ilous& I 'nine ratic I adt r Uridt-rwiMjcl pf-t ia ni';tin Monday ;it th opfnlnp (f coirs foll(win tho Christmas hol-i(la- rt'CfsM. his htf am-roller for the raiid pasxu:' of appropriation bills t dear the ;;.h for Fpocial legi.sla tion dfsirod by Pros. Wilson supple mental to the anti-trut laws and for rural credits to. aid Vie farmers. The District, of Columbia appropria tion bill carrying $11,000,000 for stated Kovernmnt expenditures was passed. The postortice appropriatio.i bill, :;03,000,000 was put on the cal endar Tor" immediate consideration to take precedence over all other legis lation. The fortifications hills with its $S, 000, 000 providing for defenses of the Panama canal. Hawaii and the Philippines will come before the house in two days. The military ap propriation '1)111 is nearly ready. Be fore consideration of these bills is completed other appropriations will be reported to the house and take commanding: positions in the matter of consideration. Pres. Wilson also u put on the waiting list with his recommendation lor trust regulation and the formula tion of rural bank credits to aid the farmers. The latter legislation is de manded by the country representa tives in concress to assist them in their lights for renomination in con gressional primaries this summer, and trust legislation is causing a division among democrats in congress between those who are for conservative action and those who are raciical in their views. I'nderwood cannot get more than three days a week on the average for consideration of the appropriation lills. Allowing a week of six days f-r each of the 15 appropriation bills to come with three or four days I", each week to legislate on these bills it will be Aug. 15 before they can be passed by congress. This in cludes action by the senate can un certain proposition and all senate and house conferences on differences. Consideration must be given during these months to the seamen's bill, the immigration bill, the Alaskan railway bill and more than 21,0 j0 pri vate claims, pensions and other lulls on the house calendar. Leader Underwood hopes to ad jeiirn congress by July 15 at the lat est, that congressmen can get back into their districts and make their tights for re-election. The fate of anti-trust legislation and of rural credits legislation is hanging in the balance. There was no ceremony on the re opening of the house. The roll call disclosed 269 members. i WILL EETERTAIK KNIGHTS PYTHAS Second litrict Convention Which Includes This County Will lo Held at Laporte. 1 -Laporte is making A persistent purpose to produce perfect biscuit National Biscuit Company is inspired by a persistent pur pose to produce per fect biscuit and to de liver them in perfect condition. The accomplishment of this purpose has resulted in the build ing of modern baker ies, in the invention of new machinery, in the exercise of un ceasing care, in the selection of finest in gredients. The perfect products of the National Biscuit Company are delivered toyou in perfect condition some in packages with the famous In-er-seal Trade Mark, some in attractive small tins and some from the familiar glass-front cans. Buy biscuit baked by NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY Always look for that name J mm EFMUE& flL J. 1 McfilLL. Starting out on my regular Monday morning round for prey, a 00-mile gale picked me up bodily and carried me around the J. M. corner, sent me whirling and sliding along Washing ton a v.. and after many tits and starts down Michigan st.t landed me right side up in front of McCill's furniture store. That was gratifying. I had been trying to get in touch with Mr. McGill several times but he always v.-as out. This morning I found him in. Trip ping down the green carpeted aisie through, a golden oak lores', of tables. chairs and davenports I arrived at the) otiice in the- rear and no sooner had I presented myself at the door than a voice called. "There's that man after j your lirst dollar, John!" . Peering around a desk in the direc tion of the voice I espied Mortimer Iteed. He wore one those grins that buckle back of the ears. For Monday morning he xas in a remark ably good humor and occasionally sprinkled a little salt-petre into the interview. "John wouldn't dare to tell j ou about his lirst dollar," he explained to me. "because he would get arrest ed." McGill didn't seem to hear him. Having been thus relieved of the doubtful pleasure of asking him the opening question, Mr. McGill settled himself back in his chair, clasped his hands behind his head, crossed his knees and after taking a squint into the past for a moment or two, began thus: "The first money I earned was blood money " "Whaddaye mean, blood money?" I interrupted. "Celling papers." he explained briefly. "Then my first regular job was polishing brass in the Pittsburgh Locomotive works. Polished it on a hurting wheel, you know, and they didn't have exhaust hoods then. I swallowed a third of the dust." "Couldn't stand very much of that?" I ventured. "No. I knew it wasn't good for me and although a dollar a day was good pay for a hoy of sixteen, T decided to look for something else." "One morning another lad and I were walking down the tracks with our dinner pails with this in mind, and we sat down by the tracks to talk it over. Wo got so interested alxhut getting a. new job that the second whistle blew before we realized we were late, so we decided to look for work that day." iMr. McGill then related how they MANY APPLY FOR JOBS WITH FORD COMPANY ! went over into the city and looked for jobs along Fifth av. At a carpet store was a sign "Boy Wanted". Young McG ill's companion urged him to po in saying that he had tried for that job himself bat he was too small to land it. McGill followed his sug i. and landed the job. The fact of the matter," Mr. Mc- - ill continued, "was that the other t iellow never had tried for that job; he duin't have the nerve. He was rather surprised when I came out with the announcement that I had been engaged. Hut he got a plaoe himself that day as a jeweler's apprentice." "Pretty little sorrj-, John that ought to look good In print." faceti ously observed Heed. "Now isn't it funny how a little ir eident like that wiil change a man's whole future? If I hand't landed that job so easily I might have been discourage! and still be polishing brass at 3-' a day." "Mebbe that's what you ought to be doing anyway," ventured Keed. "I stayed with that carpet houso 22 years." continued McGill again ignor ing th interruption, "and while there 1 first made the acquaintance ,T Mr. "Wondc-roth. He v.as selling furniture for Koper of Mishawaka then and it was through our friendship begun there in Pittsburgh that I itnally was persuaded to start up in business here in South Bend." At this juncture a long distance call from Grand Kapids terminated the interview, and I departed so that the J. P. McGill Co. could order a few carloads of cellarettes, beds, chif foniers, escritoires, etc-, without interruption. NEW YORK. Jan. 1". Monday was the day of th institution of the J minimum wage of $." a day in the' Ford Motor company's Long Island City plant and although "no help ! wanted" signs were displayed in the J windows a detachment of police had I to be called to controi the several ! hundred applicants for work. There were men from every walk of life and women as well, many of them widows seeking work for their sons. Thre was no disorder. About "0f applica- j tions for work were received. The weekly pay roll of the plant : with 400 employes is increased Jl.CoO ' by the new system. There wiil be ' four times as many employes within I a year when the new building ad- j joining the old is completed. Hair Falling? Then stop it I Stop it now I You can do it with Ayers Hair ITor. ivocs not coicr me nair. Ask Your Doctor. J.C. Aft Cm. 2LkkDING-TTTiN HmCMi ' - no SLICK'S LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANING CO. 126 S. MAIN ST. rixrwa: Home. 5117; U-11. 11T. TIo Slick Wl)-." SWANK DRY CLEANS SUITS, $1.00. Either IulirV or Gent'. We Call Anywhere Phon r. L. H. ORVIS FUNERAL DIRECTOR Lady Afistant, 120 West Colfax At, nomc 6207. Dell J 1 S"f- I 29T. Watches Cor rectly Repaired and Guaranteed Work Kho; fad Eoor KTer-t Mr. and Mrs. Gaylord Denyes and Mrs. Nancy Stockman were guests. James Yanoy of L.ogansport, Ind., is here for a few days' visit with friends. Elizabeth, the nine-year-old daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Kintz, 1224 S. Ninth st.. died Sunday night at 11:20. following a week's illness with diphtheria. The funeral will be held at 2 o'clock Monday afternoon. Burial will be at Cedar Grove cemetery. LAPOUTE. Ind.. Jan lodge No. 112. K. of P elaborate preparation! for the enter tainment of the s-ecr.nd district con vention, which will be held in this ity Tuesday. Jan. -7. The second district includes the lodges in Laporte, Starke, Marshall. Fulton. St. Joseph, Kosciusko and Elkhart counties, ami the local lodge expects to entertain about 2U0 visiting knights. Three sessions will be held, two in the castle "nail of Laporte lodge, after noon and evening, with an elaborate banquet as the climax of the day's events. The afternoon session will be" given to an informal reception in honor of the grand lodge officers, with an ad-J drss of welcome by Grand Chancel-! br Lewis, of Seymour, Ind. The even-i ing session will be devoted to the ex emplification of the unwritten wcil', (ailing the roll of lodges ir. the se ond district, by Harry Wade, grand keeper of records and seal. Indian apolis. Ind., and the good of the order. The banquet, which will be served in ne of the largest halls of the city, will have Harry lb Hurling as its toastmaster. end responses will be made by Mayor David H. McGill. Grand Chance 1P.r Lewis. Dr. O. L. Kiplinger of Michigan City. Mayor Palnh Gavlor of Mishawaka. Cadmus i E. Crabill of South Bend. I. H. Church I of Elkhart. W. J. Murphy of Roches ter. Harry Wade of Indianapolis, with ' other responses by representatives of the lodges at Goshen. Knox, Pym ! outh, Argos, Bremen, and Culver ! The mu: ieal program will be furnish j i'd hv paer's orchestra. The chamber of commerce has promised co-operation with commit tees of Laporte bulges ana u is puin i ned to hold the banner convention ' the second district. IlIVEIl IWllK. Mrs. William Green very pleasantly entertained Sunday in honor of the birthday anniversary of her mother, Mrs. .Martha DeGraff. Dinner was served at noon, covers being laid for 21. The afternoon was spent socially with vocal and instrumental music. At 6 o'clock the guests were again invited to the dining room where lun cheon was served. The out-of-town guests were Mr. and Mrs. John Frame of Galesburg. Mich., Mrs. David Green of Grand Yiew, Mich.; Mrs. Alice Morrison and son, of Carson, Ind.; Miss Irene Hammond of Mishawaka; Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Hammond and family, Mr. and Mrs. H. DeGraff and Miss Martha Hammond of South Bend. Walter Colder has returned from Knox, Ind., where he visited rela tives. The Misses Van Arsdel, who have been visiting their aunt, iMrs. Jewel Whaley, of Smith St., have returned to Adrian, Mich., to resume their studies at the St. Joseph academy. Mrs. Wallace Dodd of S. Sixth St.. entertained with a dinner of 12 covers Saturday, complimenting Mr. and Mrs. Chancey llool, of Estervan, Canada, who are the house guests of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Krill, N. Sixth sa. Freda, little daughter of Mr. ard Mrs. Fred Ames. Pleasant St., is qu'te ill. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Roderick of jLakeville. Ind.. spent the week end with River Park relatives. Mrs. Walter Simons, of Chicago has returned from North Liberty and will srend a few days with friends here. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Denyes jf N. Eighth st., entertained at dinner Sun day. Covers were placed for eight. Wanted Dressmaking or of sewing. Mrs. Chapleau, 26 St. any kind S. Eighth Advt. UNDERTAKER Home IMiono r211: Bell Phone 85. X. Michigan St. . Raincoats and Rubbers AT THE RUBBER STORE 206 S. 3IlchJsan SL CLAUER'S CLOT1UXG for Men. Women and Children. $1.00 per -reek payments. Open Thursday and Saturday Evenlnp. BRO VJU'S CO. 305 S. Michigan Street. Reasonable . Prices for Expert Optical Service. rarlors 2nd Floor 111 era tor Serried. C L AUER'5 i-i-- i , r nr.'. - :r- ! in y i a in i umiwm :.i i. : . GET A GAS RANGE NOW GAS CO. Every Patient a Booster for SWEM, The Chiropractor, Rheumatism. 302-SOfl Dean nuildlnc. Home Phono 25G5. The Last Will and Test SHOULD SEX HYGIENE BE TAUGHT IN SCHOOLS "Should Sex Hygiene lie Tavht in Our Public Schools?" will be dis cussed Fridav afternoon at a meeting of the Philanthropic department of the Progress club. It will be pre sented by Mrs. Norman G. Dakin of the high school: Miss Emma Stephen son, principal of the Oliver school; Dr. Helen Murray and Dr. Mary Owen. Miss't Katherine Kinerk, who attended he recent teachers' conven tion in Buffalo, will give the view.s of eminent physicians and educators which she heard expressed at that time. The meeting was to have been held Thursday afternoon but has been postponed to Friday at 2:30 o clock. O Tin Q71 "J" Why delay so serious a duty? Sick ness comes quickly, and a will should be drawn when the testator is in phys ical and mental good health. Call to day and let's talk it over. This bank will write and care for your will and no one except the of ficer writing It will be acquainted with its contents. Poorly drawn wills supply the courts with hitter and disastrous liti gation. We make it our duty to safe guard the estate and the happiness of the testator's family by preparing wills which anticipate, as nearly as possible, all future conditions. The St. Joseph Loan & Trust Co. 7 i 1 L" 11 REAL ESTATE BUYERS Hn to The INDIANA TITLE AND LOAN COMPANY to have your titles examined. Its work is guaranteed by SI 00,000.00 Capital. 1 Auiw., a tjHpc rtmrfintrl nn short notire UMld.ci: uiaut awu ihj . Title and Loan Company TITLE BLDG., COR. MAIN AND CENTER STS. (iZar Hagey, Secretary.- rrancis m. jacKJon, rrcsiaenu ndiana For a Quick Job we can put enough .killed men to work to flnish it la any given tirre. The workmanship and materials are always the ramt the beet to be had anywhere. No matter whether your Job b large or email, or what kind of r. p'.umblnt; Job It may be, we can handle it to your perfect sat isfaction. Get our estimates. Hear what ycur neighbor- say of our work. Thos. Williams of SUNDAY SCHOOLS FAVOR ANTI-LIQUOR MOVEMENT Ke-d ed. that we heartily endorse the movement for 'national constitu- i tnnal prohibition, emoouieu in tne ;.int resolution introduced by Itep. II. P. llol'son in the United Mates iir.i;res. proposing an amendment to th constitution forever prohibiting the sale, the manufacture for sale, the importation. exportation or transportation of any beverage of food containing alcohol." This was the resolution passed by eeiy Sunday school in South Hend S e.'.'.ay morning and by the Minis terial association at the session Mon ei.i. The resolution has been sent out by the Anti-Saloon league of the national organization and wa-s pre sented to practically every school in tb" nation. It was passed without a iissenting vote by nearly al'. the city Sundav schools. Money Saved by Making Your Cough Syrup at Home TakM Hut a. Fev "Tome lit, and Slopi n Hard CougU in a Hurry a y u n SOME NEWS NOTES. Da ics Laundry. Poth phones. I slie. the optician. CO i S. Mich Dr. Stoeckk-v, dentist, all J. M. Itubber stamps and alphabets mada by H. A. Pershing. lH0 S. Michigan room C. oer P.urke's. Advt. st. S. Cough medicines, as a rule, contain a large quantity of plain syrup. If you take one pint of eranulatetl stig?r, add i.'t pint of warm water and tir about 2 minutes, you have a3 good syrup a3 inonev could buv. If "you will then put 2U ounce3 ot Tinex (fifty cents' worth j in a pint bottle, and" fill it up with the Sugar Svrup. you will have as much cough svrup as vou could buy ready made for $2..0. Take a teaspoonfui every one, two or three hours. It keep perfectly. You will find it one of the best cough pvruns you ever used even in whooping cbuglu " Vou can feel it take hold usuallv conquers an ordinary cough in 24 hours. It is jut laxative enough, has a pood tonic effect, and the taste is pleasant. It is a splendid remedy, too. for whcopii'- cough. spasmodic croup, hoar-eness and bronchial asthma. l'inex is a most vaulable concentra ted compound of Norway white pine extract, rich in jruaiacol and other healing tune elements. No other prepa ration will work in this formula. This plan for making cough remedy with Pinex and Sugar Svrup is now Used in more homes than anv other cough remedy. The plan lias often been imitated but never successfully. A guaranty of absolute satisfaction, or money promptly refunded, goes with this preparation. Your druggist has Finrx. or will grt it for you. If rot. send to The Pincx Co., Ft. Wayne, lnl. T Largest otock or We are going to Bargains c3Ealio IPS.. IVE- 33sl11 ULiE-jO.itTJLir Oo. Notwithstanding that we have sold about $25,000.00 dollars worth of Furniture in the oast few weeks. at the Greatest Auction Sale ever pulled off in this part of the country, we still have th High Grade Furniture ever shown in South Bend. give the people of South Bend and surrounding towns Greater than ever for the next few days. Our stock must be reduced before we take our invoice, which will be in the next week or two. You are invited to call at our store and select any piece you want we will then make you a special price on it. First go elsewhere, get their prices, then come to our Big Store and see what we can and will save you your money back on every article if not as represented, or if it does not please you after you get it into your home. Everything goes, not a piece reserved. Do not Delay. Come. COME TODAY m TD A TGIT TTD) TAT "IT HP T 226 South Michigan Street RE GO j i i i ii li