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THE SOUTH BEND NEVVS-TIMES.
J BUSINESS E LOSS OF HAIR IS ACCEPTED AS i. THE FIRST INDICATION OF OLD AG loirs' rui SAYSUfyDE 3C i:iVI! AY. JAM'AltV 11. 101 I E) u ri i r 14 hi i j WASHINGTON. Jan. H. "Kvry Indication point- t un': u.i'Iy pros perous tinier within th- next year." This Mfiti'ir.rit was made Tu-.';!;iy in tho IioMM by Majority J,-adT l.'n dcrwunil in answer to attacks by ll pt 't nt ati cs Mondcll f Wyoming. Hurnpnri.s of W.i.sh Litton, and Parr : 1 1 -1 I rf I nn:-y Ivuni.t, who luot',j 'Inijiny li'urt s t; .'how tliat ;t rendition of buin-s dpr'.-:-ion xiMs thtuuuli'iut th- ownti-v. Ilrj). ;- I . a New I lainpnire dem ocrat, and ): ji. l'uwbr of Illinois. FaiiJ that In flourishing in the ir Mate-'. Haniv U of Georgia, arid Co of Indian. i. a !.-' d ni d the. existence of ih-pre.-.-mn. "I have h-arl bird- of ill-mm n oi-oakin for many mniith.1." .aid Mr. Underwood, "aid I have not stopped to reply Iicchum' I ki.cw that tho r vh.i of lt-lf coming from the tnajor Hy of the people. Tii' dcrnoi rat i: party c.-uno into power lapt year with wry disturbed bwslne.-s conditions, (trowing out of tnisnian-if m nt of business atfairs, at flw hand-; of our opponents. Naturally, tin gnat bus in ss interests of the country wanted to know what the new administration would do in ri-f'Tcncr to the handling of business questions b fore they en tered upon new enterprise--. Ilu-in-vs Waited to See. "U was perfectly natural that bus iness wouhl halt and wait to see the resu't of party action, hut the democratic- party todav has achieved for the people of the United states greater constructive legislation than any party has aoconiph.-.a -d in the smif! time heretofi.re in the history of our government. We have accom plished results that our opponents ftruggled for years to accomplish. "I happen to represent a great iron find steel district, and I want to say that practically ever thing made in that district has hen placed on the free list. We have not received very high prices iu the last few months for our commodities, hut the mills, furnaces and factories have heen running, and since the Christmas hol idays I have seen in tlie papers that one of the great concerns in that country has put its men to work on double; shifts, so that they can dupli cate tho ordinary production of the mills." After reading into the record' the Fpeoch made hy John Wanuinaker. in Philadelphia. New Year's day. Mr. Cnderwood said: "That statement comes from a man who was postmaster general of the United .States under a republican administration, a man whose repub lican faith cannot he d.-.uhted hy any one, a man whose great business in terests bring him in intimate contact Don't Look Older Than You Are. Although frequently accepted as nich, thin, wUpy hair does not nec essarily Indicate approaching old age. Instead It Is more often trace able i'j the hair destroying effect of (land run and hence becomes a mat ter of mere personal neglect. Incipient loss of hair, with it3 ulti mate chronic form. Is not considered by the majority of people with sulll cient seriousness. Both are looked upon as inevitable, when as a matter of fact.t there is no more need of los ing one's hair, or having thin, scraggy locks at sixty than there Is at sixteen. Proper and Intelligent care of the hair is all there is to it. To combat dandruff coatacion, loss of hair and Itching scalp, llerpiclde Is the logical preparation to use. Thousands of people are using Newbro's llerpiclde with intlnlte sat isfaction for the troubler incident to los.s of hair. To acquire light, fluffy and beauti ful hair hair that has that natural sheen and luster, which are such an aid to feminine good looks, Hcrpicide is Htrongly recommended. Acknowledged as the leading scalp prophylactic and dandruff eradicator, llerpiclde produces the most satisfy ing results when used intelligently and persistently. The odor of Ilerpicldft 13 delightful to all. Your dealer knows the merit of this wonderful scalp prophylactic and will guarantee it to do as claimed or return your money. It is sold everywhere in 50-cent and $1.00 size bottles. Applications may be obtained at the better barber ehops and hair dressing parlorc. The llerpiclde Co.. Dept. S.. Detroit, Mich., will send a trial bottle of ller piclde and booklet telling all about tho hair to any address upor receipt of ten cents in postage or Ellver. to cover the cost of packing: and mailing, t m cii.iv.iv a kjvjia.i ngriu;. with the great heart beat of tile peo ple of the United State.-. 1 predict that before the election next fall there will be an awakening of the business interests that will put the croakers to shame, such a revival that the whole country will approve of the action of this administration." FEE TOO V H H ft MATT. ULZXJJ SAY PHYSICIANS Jan. 14. eugenic law 10 GENT "GASGARETS" IS YOUR L mm Best Liver and Bowel Cleanser and Stomach Regulator Known. (Jet a 10-cent bow I'ut aside just once tho Salts. Tills, Castor Oil or Purgative Waters which merely force a passageway through tho bowels, but do not thor oughly cleanse, freshen and purify these drainage organs, and have no effect whatever upon t!ij liver and fc-tomach. Keep your "insides" pure and fresh with Casearets. Avhich thorough ly cleanse the stomach, remove the undigested, sour food and foul gases, take the excess bib from the liver and carry out of the system all the constipated waste matter and poisons in the bowels. A Cascaret tonight will make you feel great by morning. They work while you sleep never gripe, sicken, and cost only 10 cents a box from your dnmgist. Millions of men and women take a Cascaret now and then and never have Headache, Pilious ness, Coated Tongue. Indigestion, Sour Stomach or Constipated Ihnvels. Cascarets belong in ev ry household. Children just hue to tale them. Atlv MILWAUKEE, Wis.. Whether the new state can he complied with by physicians of the state will be passed upon by tho circuit court. Testimony in a test case was heard Tuesday. The doctors of the state, who are on strike against the law, claim the law neces sitates a Washerman test and this, ith the other tests imposed, cannot be given for $3, the fee provided hy the new law. The state contends the Washerman test is not essential under the purpose of the new law. Dr. Horace M. Urown, leader of the strikers, testi fied that it was impossible for the physicians to comply with the require ments of the law for a fee of $3, and that any physician that wouhl sign a health certificate in accord ance with the law for that fee would le guilty of perjury. Dr. M. P. Hav enal declared there were not 2o doc tors in the state competent to ad minister the Wasserman test. The testimony was not all in when court adjourned for the day. ATTORNEY GENERAL HITS AGAIN AT U. S. JUDGE Feud Still on In Missouri llaker At tacks Jntlsc McPlicrson. JKFFEIUSOX C:TY. .Mo.. Jan. 14. Atty. Gen. ttarker of. Missouri, who was enjoined from prosecuting suits in federal court to recover money from railroads alleged to be due owing to excessive rate charges, has made another attack upon Federal Judge McPherson, who issued the injunction. When notice was served on him that the Chicago and Alton had petitioned for the removal to the federal court of a similar case which liarker filed in the state courts, Barker sent the following telegram to Judge McPher son: "While my hands are tied hy in junction, attorneys for the railroads are Ming petitions for removal of my state cases to the federal court. Was it your intention to tie my hands and then let the railroads proceed to beat me, or did you intend to tie tho rail roads' hands too? Its a poor injunc tion that enjoins me and leis the rail roads procfed." URIC ACID SOLVENT n WRIGHT CO. WINS IN SUIT0VER AIRSHIPS Hlnlier Court Holds That Wrights Were Fir.-t to Inrnt Heaicr i Than Air Machines. XKW YORK. Jan. 14. Orville Wright triumphed Tuesday, after five years litigation involving $1 5.000,000 when the F. S. court of appeals af firmed the lower court's decision in favor of the Wright company's in fringement suits against, the llerring Curtiss company, headed by Glenn II. Curtiss. The higher court decided the Wrights were the first to invent heav-ir-than-air machines and that it was they who solved the problem of later al balances to combat wind currents; also, that Curtiss invention to pre serve proper halances was copied from the Wright invention with slight changes. si:ai:ch roit will. ROME. Jan. 14. The search for the missing will supposed to have been left by the late Cardinal Ilam polla was resumed today, out all ef forts to locate the document proved futile. Every room in the house has been gone over carefully and the atten tions of the examining judge and his detectives is now centered upon the library. 50 Cent Bottle (32 Doses) FREE Just because you start the day wor ried and tired, stilt legs and arms and muscles, an aching head, burning and bearing down pains in the back worn out before the day begins, do not think you have to stay in that condition. Pe strong, weli and vigorous, with no more pain from stiff joints, sore muscles, rheumatic suffering, aching back or kidney disease. For any form of bladder trouble or weakness, its action is really wonder ful. Those sufferers who are in and out of bed half a dozen times a night will appreciate the rest, comfort and strength this treatment gives. To prove the Williams Treatment conquers kidney and bladder diseases. ' rheumatism and all uric acid troubles, no matter how chronic or stubborn, if you have never used the Williams Treatment, we will give one 50c bottle (32 doses) free if you will cut out this notice and send it with your name and address, with 10c to help pay distribu tion expenses, to the Dr. D. A. Will iams Company, Dept. 1S5U P. O. P.ldg., Fast Hampton, Conn, ftend at once and you will receive by tarcel post a regular 50c bottle, without charge and without incurring any obligations. One bottle only to an address. 3 n ii Ai irffi,r;!) It3 jS "jsj" i W (I THTSTerM"' 2 fc TT is now on. Don't delay as it may not last long. Get in as quick as you can. 2 Pair of Pants will double the life of your suit you will practically get two suits and only pay for one. to Suit or O'coat Your Measure a t rr 1 0 II t I if- ..J M ' J1 Tomorrow Ready -to- Wear Day 0m I - 4 i ml J 1 J Thursday Ready-to- Wear Day Each department is striving- for stock clearance .and re ductions before the builders begin operations that will greatly interfere with business. Tons of steel and barrels of concrete will be placed in position before the Robertson store beautiful is formally opened for your trade. But few days remain in which to close out the odd lots' and rem nants, and, to reduce the stocks in departments to be moved. We are obliged to sacrifice on seasonable goods these days in order that builders can go ahead and com plete improvements in record time in time for the open ing of spring business. Tomorrow has been designed as a great ready-to-wear day to effect great and quick dis posal. Read: I he JL Saws Days 7 '""SI r o rce of the Out CI eavance All Winieii READY- TO, WE A R The Final Day of Coats Has Come Just when the winter weather begins earnestly do you find the most wonderful bargains in Coats here. At S7.95, S10 and SI 3.95, there are lots of the most fashionable garments we've had this year. Choose early. These Velvet Dresses at $15 are worth up to $30 And in styles this lot exceeds any of dresses at any price, we've had this season. Seldom will there l;e found two of a style. Beautiful colors and trimmings. Select early tomorrow. Skirts at 1.98 and 2.98 are Remarkable Values The lot at Sl.98 is a beautiful model of noveltv black-and-white check, worth S3. The lot at S2.98 offers you one of the greatest offerings of the year. Splendid model of all-wool serge. Worth actually S5. Silk Petticoats; $4 value 2. 98 Beautiful jersey-top and all-silk Messaline Petti coats in all the fashionable colors of the season. Suits What Remain at Reduced Prices Only three prices are in efi'ect these days of clear ance selling and at each price we afford you, without a doubt the greatest savings of the entire year. Wool tex and New York Suits at S7.95, $10 and SI 5. The Lot of 10. 75 Dresses the Greatest Values Yet Exquisite in style, matchless in value we say so and the women who have seen them will also say it. Beautiful models (exclusive) in silk or wool fabrics. Each uniquely trimmed. A Great Lot of Coats at $5 worth up to $15 A special assemblage, having been made up from the better lots, is of what this snappy collection is com posed. The style range is unlimited. The values are unequaled. Children's Apparel at Off Smart wool dresses and new winter coats have been sweepingly reduced just one-quarter. Without reserve or restriction. WA TCH Tomorrow Night's Papers for the Greatest Sale of the Year on All FURS ROBERTSON'S 127, 129, 131, 133 South Michigan Street MANY GIFTS FOR ORPHANS Kcmlallvillo Auxiliary Sent Iursc Supply of Articles. Tho orphans" home board held it regular monthly meeting Tuesday at the home. Monthly reports of the matron and orTWrs were given and a long liFt of Christmas donations were acknowledged. Anions tho largest of the Christ mas offerings to tho children of th home camp from the Kendallville auxiliary which sent live barrels and a large box filled with gifts. Ac cording to custom each child wrote a flb ttor to the auxiliary previous to 'hristma.s to tell what lie or sno would Hue especially to have and when the boxes and barrels were opened each child's wish was granted. There are at present 152 children m the homo and a.llof them are well. r A PAIR OF M TttQfE PANTS FREE ! o ! 210 SOUTH MICHIGAN STREET U milm Open Evenings Mi:irr piiKsmnxT. I'AKli?. Jan. 14. Mr. nd Mrs. Francis Howes .Sayrc-s (Jessie Wilson) wore received by Pres. Poincare Tues day. They were presented by Myron Merriuk. the U. ambassador. X WANTS GOVERNMENT TO CONTROL RADIUM ORE Dr. Howard A, Kelley, Kxport. Will Make Plea Before Congress on Monday. WASHINGTON. D. C, Jan. 14. Dr. Howard A. Kelley, radium expert of the United States -will advocate Mon day before tho house committee on mines and mining, government owner ship of all public lands bearing ores that might contain radium. Dr. Abby, famous Ncv York physi cian on cancer treatment, will appear at the same time before the commit tee. He is expected also to urge gov ernment control of a!l radium bearing ores that the hospitals of the United States have the use of this remedy without extortionate charges. CAKKIKD liULLirr 50 YK.VUS. WASHINGTON, Jar." 11. Col. Clement A. Lounsborry, of the general iar.d oliice. hws at last tirM of carry ing about a bullet acquired at Spott- sylvania 50 years ago, and will have, ir removed. I mmmn an ALWAYS COMPLETE LINES LOW PRICES QUICK DELIVERIES HARDWARE COMPANY 9? p COLD WEATHER BARGAINS IN SOCIETY BRAND and HIRSH-WICKWIRE $25 and $22.50 Values i EL3 ADLERBROTHER: .MK'llHiAN' AM) WASHINGTON IHIANCH NCJTKI-: lAMi: M t f K i n n TRY NEWS-TIMES WANT ADS TRY NEWS-TIMES WANT ADS 12