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THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES.
m:ii:si.y. ,i.Nr.itv if. inn f 1 t s I i N 7- NATIONAL DAIS ELECT OFFICERS Ro-rliM-t i'.n of :)r rs ami lir't Uir." c-f tho . -: 1 1 X;iti'i:;il birilrs vr- held Tu m!;iv ;if u riumn, in arcunlan'' with tho n.itional onkr, National banks ( -f tho country holding th ir annual lections. lach of th banks also i-as-i il r - 'jli:ti'ns to tak: tck in the n-v f d ral r.'r bank, to bo taL!i.-l:l probably at Chic a-,'. Tho oJ!irT.s and directors chosen at tacli l ank wen- ; follows: First National Lucius Hubbard. prid nt; ('. A. Kiinbb vie, pre.si- Nwit; Charley I,. Zii'-r, -ashur; C. J. Whitmfr, assistant :.ihi r. Direc tors: Iuciii.s Jlu!tard, A. L. Hub bard, John K. Hauk'hton, C. A. Kim ble and Charb-s L. Zitfler. .South IJend National Marvin Own jhll, pnid'Tit; I H, liauVt, vice president; Myron Campbell, cashier; Kohert .S. Campbell, assistant cashier. I)irectors: Marvin Campbell, Myron Campbt.'ll, kobert H. Campbell. Lu cius Hubbard. A. L. Hubbard. Haven Hubbard and J. 1 1. JIadet. Mr. Cadet succeeded the late (Jeor'e Wynum ixa vice president. Citizens National C. N. Fas.-nacht. president; George .Studebriker, vicu president; C. W. Harrison, cashier. Directors: X. l'assnacht. Ceoro .tudebakcr. "William linker, John H.U berd, and Fred Mueller. Merchant National Joseph C. f'axton, president; C. A. Dolph, vico president: Charbs W. Coen, cashier; lra M. Ullery, assistant cashier; J). M. Cii'-n. teller. Directors: J. C. Fax ton. C. L. Warner. C. A. Dolph, J. IZ. McKndarfer, K. C. DeKhiuk-s. Albert Alvtrn. C. I DuComb and C. V. Coen. WOMAN REFUSES OPERATION GRAND JURY MAY BE ASKED TO INVESTIGATE Tt developed Tuesday, according to reports from Klkhart, that the St. Joseph county Krand jury may be called to investigate the death lat November of Levi Strope or Waka rusa. Jt is claimed that relatives of Strope believe that he died from other than natural causes. It has been intimated that he died as tho result of poisonimr. If the local Krand jury takes up the ease and tinds sui!'cient evidence to warrant it, the body of Strope may be exhumed. Coroner Mast of Klk hart county stated that at present there is not suilicient evidence to war rant him issuing an order for the xhumins of the body. When asked Tuesday n'mht about the case. Pros. Atty. Montgomery stated that he had net yet heard anything about it. Strope died suddenly Nov. L't. His attending physician pronounced his death to nephritis. Strope left a wife and livo children. He was ;i barber. PLANTS ARE REOPENING PITTSBURGH. Fa.. Jan. 14. Fol lowing shutdowns many manufactur ing plant3 aro reopening in tho Pitts burgh district and by tho ond of the wck it is estimated that 10,000 idlo men will havo returned to work. Tho Standard Sanitary Manufacturing company's plant in Wood's Hun is re suming work, pplaeing 1,400 men Avhllo other plants of tho same con cern aro to start v.p taking care of o.OOO more. Many other smaller plants are resuming or putting frac tional timo men on full time. An optimistic; feeling prevails among manufacturers here. FOR FROST BITES AND CHAPPED SKIN. For frost bitten ears, fingers and toes: chapped hands and lips, chil hains, cold sores, red and rong-; skins, there is nothing to equal Duek len's Arnica Salve. Stops the pain at onco and heals quickly. In every homo there should ce a box handy all tho time, Host remedy for all skin diseases, itching eczema, tetter, piles, -tc. 2oc. Keccommended by all drug gists. Advt. JAMES M. CURLEY IS BOSTON'S NEW PJIAY0R HOST OX, iMas.v, Jan. 11. Hep. James M. Curley was elected mayor Tuesday by a vote of 4. 309. Thomas J. Kenny received n7,2" Tliere aro no party designations at tho munici pal elections, although both men are nu mbers of the democratic party. The present mayor. John F. Fitzgerald, suffered a severe Illness shortly be fore the campaign opened and with drew from the race. Curley forged ahead in th early returns and as each precinct was heard from his Vad increased. 7 f, VVHr: - ... XL W 1 'Mil 'l'r f r Vi- ' 1 Tells How She Was Saved by Talcing Lydla E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound. Lognnsport, Ind. "My baby was c?er a year old and I bloated till I wa3 a burden to myself. I suffered from fe male trouble 50 I could not stand on my feet and I felt like millions of needles were prick ing me all over. At last my doctor told me that all that would save me was an operation, but this I refused. I told my husband to get me a bottle of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound and I would try it before I would submit to any operation. He did so and I improved right along. I am nowdofng cJi my work and feeling fine. "I hope other suffering women will try your Compound. I will recommend it to all I know. " Mrs. Daniel D. D. Davis, 110 Franklin St.,Logansport,Ind. Since we guarantee that all testimo nials which we publish are genuine, is it not fair to suppose that if Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound has tho virtue to help these women it will help any other woman who is suffering in a like manner? If you aro ill do not drag along until an operation is necessary, but at once take Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Write to Lydia, E. Pinkham 3IedicineCo.,(coniidntial)Lynii, jMass. Your letter Avil be opened, read and answered by a woman and held iu strict confidence BOUND OVER TO COURT James Kwin it Is alleged fraud ulently secured a loan of $S0 from the Security Loan Co.. jjivinK a mort- apre. on household furniture which he represented to ho his own and was 1 arretted on a eharce of l.ireenv. .audi Tuesday morning was hound over to the circuit court grand jury on a hond of $2.rjU y Judge Warner in police court. The charges were made by John Eastep of the Security Joan Co. it n If your stomach's wrong, have in digestion, don't relish food, appetite gone, feel heavy, brain dull, bowels not regular, liver torpid, kidneys not acting right, can't sleep well, out of sorts generally, you need 1 Iollister's Rocky Mountain Tea. That's all. Coonley Drug Store. Advt. COUNT B0NI WILL BE COUSIN TO HIS WIFE PAULS, Jan. 11. Count Boniface do Castellane is engaged to Countess do Talleyrand Perigord, cousin of Prince Ilclie ue Sagan, Duke de Tal leyrand Perigord, husband of Anna Could. The Duke de Talleyrand and Count Tloni are also cousins. Uy this marriage Count Hon! will become a relative ot his former wife. This an nouncement was made today to the newspapers by the Duke de Talleyrand who took the occasion to deny the rumor that Count lionl was engaged to Mfss Anne Morgan, daughter of the late J. P. Morgan. "I am glad to announce that fount Poni is engaged to my cousin," said the duke, "for this will dispose for all time the report that ho was en gaged to Miss Morgan. 1 can say that Honi would never marry an American woman again under any circumstances. "The Duchess de Talleyrand, my wife, is not resigned to the last ver dict of the Vatican court concerning the annulment of her marriage to Poni. but the third rota tribunal has yet to make its decision." Dr. Blosser's Catarrh Remedy Trial Package Mailed Free to Any Sufferer. If tou !,r. o.itarrh of te hu. r.se. thr:it: if -:itirr.i ha afi'ovted jmir h-ir-1 ; If you s;.t-.'7' li.xw k er vpit: If vt-ii taL on o;! i,f:-r :in;hor: If your hend feels ntitM-ti; : vU slwuM try'thi-i K.'ta edy Jl0'e7ed hy Dr. I'hser. w ln made a sivi ilry r.f treating cnt.irru for vver tblrty-n ! years. WILL PERMIT INCREASE WASIIIXdTOX. Jan. U. The in terrtae commerce commission soon Vv'ill de-ule that the railroads east of Chicago and north of the Ohio river may raise their freight rates three am! one-half percent, accord ing to reports here based upon good aut- rity. The railroads have asked for five percent, and the shippers and Iouis IX Prandeis, acting as counsel for the government have insisted that exist ing rates are suilicient for honestly linaneed operation. GUARDIAN APPOINTED Ceorge Moon was appointed guard ian of I'hnel.e OJoetz. 7'. years obi. by Acting J ml ire Seebirt in the superior court Tuesday. The Petition was filed by Louisa Ilunsberger, a daugh ter, who testified that her mother is too intlrm to care for her business affairs. Mrs. Goetz holds a life es tate In a farm of 1C0 acres. 3C IT'S HERE! IT'S HERE! THE YEAR'S MOST IMPORTANT BARGASN EVENT 3 c 3C 'IT Remarkable Price Lowering In Every Dept.- A 1 V 1 These Prices IVlay Never Be So Low againRead! till tt J l W I 7 I11 mm -4 I k:is; 3 c ii 2C $3 "Wool Nap" Blankets Extra large size Wool Nap jdaid and plain Ulankets, extra heavy weight. In the anuary Clearance Sale $2.-88 $1.50 BLANKETS, 97c. Ijarge Size Southern Fleeced Cotton lilankets, pick from white and tan, with wide col ored borders; an ideal Blankets for cold weather, at, pair Starts ursday, Jan. 15th u 2C y 14 "We Would Like to Thunder the News" THE "NOISE" THIS 2nd ANNUAL CLEARANCE SALE DESERVES WOULD DOWN THE DIN AND CLAMOR OF COMBINED COMPETITION. Every department enters this sale fully prepared to give South Eend public the biggest bargains of the year. Everything has been reduced. HUNDREDS OF THE BEST BARGAINS ARE NOT ADVERTISED. Be here when the doors open Thursday it will pay you in the amount of money saved. COME! sac; 32: Sensational "Clean-up" $1.0o to $1.50 Value Shirt Waists One lot of Toadies ar.il Misses' Fashionable Shirt Waists, worth up to $1.30, choice of dainty Hnirbs. voiles, striped madras, lao tc. The prettiest fashions you can think of i n this lot. Pick 'em out at b 0 6V2C BEST QUALITY APRON GINGHAM Standard grades of Apron Ginghams, in a wide range of assorted colored checks, fast colors. Clearance) Sale ill Sp WOMEN'S $1 HEAVY VINTER UNION SUITS Winter weight fleeced ribbed Union Suits for Women, ideal fitting; special at $3 WOMEN'S ALL WOOL SWEATERS Warm Sweater Coats for Women and Misses', snug fitting shawl collar, in all colors, all sizes;; Clarence at LaJp 6c COMFORT CHALLIES Largo assortment of pretty Price, 3ftc. 3lc patterns; Sale WOMEN'S 75c FLANNEL A'lrx GOWNS TfvJL In heavy White Flannelette, cult ful and long; Clearance Sale 43c. 12c TOWELING BELL-IN-HAND Union linen thread Toweling, made in Inland; Clearance Sale, at yard IVzt. 7ic 50c LARGE SIZE 1 BED SHEETS 3 AKj Fnll bleached, finished with wide hem, size 72x90; Clearance Sale 31c. 19c and 25c WHITE f 1 GOODS, AT 2j Special lot of white goods that sold up to U."ie; Clearance Sale, yard 9 He. i aA Hum 3C LADIES' $1.50 PRINCESS SLIP Made of line quality Muslin, beautiful embroid ery and ribbon trimmed, sale 95c. LADIES' $1.25. GOWNS IP L Fine quality nainsook and cambric muslin Night Gowns, embroidery trimmed; sale 67c. 79c TURKEY TABLE A Q cloth nruL Large size fast colored Turkey Red Table Cloth, sale price 48c. CHILD'S 29c UNION SUITS A warm fleeced ribbed Union Suits for Girls, up to 14 years; Clearance Sale 17 He. vVW pOL rlotlw. vtr. Some With velvet eo 'I 4&-L?;::- Vt5-'-; U turned raff-!, l.eltel hack effects X J. fX'. 'XtitX':! h sl7v- l!1 this January Clear I BsSSs, Women's $10.! v 17ic $1.50 MEN'S 77 WORK PANTS J k Closing out lot of Men's Work and Dress Pants, in striped, all sizes; Clearance Sale, 77c. JANUARY CLEARANCE SALE Haver in Our History Have Prices Been So Low on Coats and Furs Up to $19.50 Women's WINTER COATS U'hnt was "vohsl" the eleverest .JL., vr hkmU'I.s in Women's Coats are of- ijr L I. " "7J f4riil .it till riilrmiw tri't S7.i"i 2 3 Cli(i-e of Uoucles, Novelties, lroal rlotlw. vtr. Some With velvet h11:u-. nil ance 95 i . Pi ' Cieaninjr up a "reeent buy" of y v . i', . I(T I'. ..... ....... . . . . .. C'tV."lvLii!!s t?ve strintl novelties: sizes for all: t - Jj-Tjr v, nuule with a lrapcl 1aek, (htp -r?v- t irned ruffs, self lmel. A Coat that fv.-;v:":v&?f n( so earlier in the beason at MU.V.I. Als iiieludins a few Sport 'oats at this seaitionai price $10.95 Warm Y T yd $497 FURS! SAVE! SAVE! The prices v.'e name in this sale will cause the "fur to ily" out of this store. Note: WOMEN'S $3 CONEY MUFF AND SCARF, EACH $1.69 WOMEN'S $6 CONEY SCARFS, AT $2.88 $10 MUFF AND SCARF SETS FOR $4.85 The season tor Furs has just started. The Clearance Sale brings you a bargain for Thursday selling. Regular $10 Coney Muff and Scarf Set, large pillow muff and beautiful scarf; ; complete set, at thin price, $4.85. $1.50 LADIES' CAPE GLOVES Real $1.50 Ladies Cape Gloves In tan only; Clearance Sale 65c. ..6 c color 50c CHILDREN'S O J WOOL LEGGINGS OC Closing out a lot of Children 'j Jersey and Wool Legings, at Clearance Sale prlco 37c MEN'S 50c WORK SHIRTS Best GOc Work Shirts made chambray; Clearance Sale 33c. .... 3 0 of anioskeag MEN'S AND BOYS' WOOL GLOVES One lot of Men's and Boys' Wool Gloves, all colors and sizes; Clearance Salo 18c. 18c 87g li I MM Ml Of 31 9 MEN'S $1.50 WARM SWEATERS Heuvy Honey-Comb woven with hiph collor, in grey; Clearance Sale 87c. 12V2c DRESS WTZ PERCALE 2C Yard wide standard quality percale; Clearance Sale, yard 7zC. 19c CAN TALCUM 0" POWDER OC Pound can Famous Wild wood Talcum. Powder; January Clearance Sale 8c. REN:s 29c 50c CHILDREN'S DRESSES Lot of Girls' School Dresses in percales, beau tifully made; Clearance Sale 29c. $3.00 LADIES' DRESS SKIRTS Indies' all Wool Dress Skirts; Clearance Sale, $1.77. ..$1.77 75c BOYS' SCHOOL KNICKER PANTS One lot of Boys' Blue Serge and fancy mixtures Pants, sizes C to 1G years; Clearance Sale 39c. . 39c 0 Sl:"Good 68c Extra well made, six hose sup porters; lace trimmed; Clearance Sale 6Sc. s Boys' $3 . wvercoais y jl o Choice 01 heavy woolen material with neck-high military collar; sizes to ; only; .sale $1.59. 69c $1.00 Men's Night Shirts Men's Heavy Outing Flannel Night Shirts, cut full and roomy, with or without collars ; Clearance Sale 69c. $1.50 Child's 07n Wool Sweaters 0 C One lot of Child's Wool Sweater Coats in white, grey or red; heavy and fine knit; Clearance Sale 87c. 15c Curtain Q -f Scrims GiC A limited quality of Curtain Scrims, pretty colored borders, 3i Inch wido, in tho Clearance Sale, yard 82C. Boys' and Girls' 59c Winter Union Suits Ribbed tleece or fleece lined Union Suits, extra well made and perfect fitting; Clearance Sale 39c. 'jK.1' yf'VV i ' ' "yr ' U" ' mtm m m i"iiiihw w .ii.ii i i $2.50 Warm Comfortables Hoavy Wann Bed Comfortables, cot ered with fast colored Silkollno and white cotton filled, larfin double bed sizes; Clearance Sale $1.38. mm, n l it it t Price 2,'c. All druggist: household. or y mail. KieknM Indian Meil. Co., IMiila. or St. l.ouis. Advt. SPLASH ME! SPLASH ME! CINCINNATI O., Jan. 14. Garry Hermann. Nicholas Longworth, Rud K. Hynieka and thirteen other promi nent Cincinnatians were giests at a 'bath pool banquet"-in the Metropole! hotel. All were tlressHl in bathiim suits and between courses left their places at the table for a spurt in the water. The affair was the result of an election bet. The bathroom was gay ly decorated and the table was spread on a float erected in the bathing pool. TRY NEWS-TIMES WANT ADS WOMEN ARE SHOWING INTEREST IN EARLE pr';;'r:i-i : ...:: r.a t t .i . - . is n,t in .rinu ' r I 1 1 - r :n r j: ; U .i r, t to iTfvt!y l.,ir::iN I) mm:. vi:.i: r lUl. iid, :;:, tli r ... t will. I :i!r Voii rrent!. J;jn: s tie v:ir:.t n: ! i-i t-.I !ii..k.-va..r -..rri.U w'.'.h T.:e Nie.ith. n.- (MUlTTrANIA. Norway. Jan. 14. Women are showing a strange inter est in Ferilinand I'inney Karle, the American artist, who I held hero with Miss Charlotte Hermann, of Ruther ford. N. J., on charge of kidnaping Karle's son in France. Letters po?t markeil London ami Far'.s were re eeived by th3, risonrr Tuesday wh?e ehief fame is has'd on his dealings with "soul mates." The letters wore from women and nearly all of them contained cheering word of hope. ' Miss" Hermann, who is ill from worry and enforced confinement, is under the rare of a doctor. I :.vi::- U. ! Ire. -tl v f,) tJ.t. j..ir!! ir .,.j :.ir t ri-I tLe u - :i n 1 iM.-iJers it ud l)- t r.:u h-i ;:l:il::ir 1 itiT.iil !:. -! will r-:.!i!v v,. urrl ..-rity ..f i:. :..., v Miuplv t: -1 V't;r !.:irue ai..l .!.:r, f,, Ir. J. W. 1'.!-.-. :-: U::''; St. t I:i:t.i. :iv--l ! J v.di a f pa. -:. t.i ::. i.-i z -n;..pIe: r-f th. lU-r.i-i y r-.r K.:n"Llr.j in a pip- ai.d iiuile i rr t j ei'. tr et it t r:it-.i I. !.i.-.'i H t!...r..')-'!i;v i::p t!,e hill. t.t -it.ir.:i. Jle uiil -.'..! f.y m.ii. f,,r i.rio dollar, : "f J !i- M. I : i r;. to l.it woinis Tin: cavsi-: or von: CUU.li'S PAINS. A foul, disagreeable breath, dark eireles around tho es, at times fv erish. Tvith Kreat thirst; erieks Mushed and then pale, abdomen swollen with sharp era m nitre jtalns are all indica tions itf wrms. Pon't let your ehild s'i'T. r- Kit kapo Worm Killer will -rive Mite relief it kills the worm? while its laxative effevt add greatly to the health of your child by removing th danceror.s and disagreeable effect of worm and parasites frm the sys tem. Ivh'Uapoo We.rin Killer ns a he.tltli jirodueer should in every By the Author of FRAN 3U U ' ACTOR IS NFW YORK, Jan. 14. George K. I'ortesque, a well known actor, died hero Tuesday of Briglit's disease. His daughter, Violet, is now playing in "The Poor Little Rich Girl" in Indianapolis. Full value. See our stock of Premium. Youll realize It cars to save Ueeett & Myers Coupons and Tags. Ladles A epecially iovited. i 107 Reasonable . Prices for Exfrert Optical Service. Parlors 2nd Floor EICTator Service. C L AUER'S LJ t itj-w.ij"r 1"-Q. MICH1QAN ST. I Oppnhrlmr Cigar Co lis W. Washington Av. Lahoma is an attractive and intensely human heroine. Newark Call Altogether fascinating and bewitching! A most admirable storv and remarkably well told. Buffalo News A delightful, sympathetic and wholesome bit of Story telling. " Michigan Churchman By JOHN BRECKEN RIDGE ELLIS Pictures by W. B. King. At all Booksellers. $1.25 net THE BOBBS-MERRiLL CO., Publishers. mmfm EYES EXAMINED FREE Glaases Fitted at Modcrat Prices r,4it0PTIflAMVi : SWANK DRY CLEANS SUITS, $1.00. VJOirr Idle' or firntN. We Call Anjwbcre rhonf Vs. lit w.i, i 6 a r HOME OF GOOD CLOTHES r -m r m VV r r -T" rr rr Hcjt r I fc.tpUt finery DR. J. BURKE & CO. 496 43 Years Old on Savings Deposits Ifdlng Optlrtanv of Northern Indian 233 S. Mkhlen St. Sandar 0 to 10 by Appointment. NOTICE:. We duplicate ay lrne th June day. mjUter who fitted thfnk lirlax til pic 495 - South Bend National Bank Crery ratient a Ikxwter for SWEM, The Chiropractor, Rheumatism. 202-306 TXan Uulldlns. Homo Phone 2563. , 11 )."-) CLOTHING for Men, Women and Children. S1.00 per week payments. Open IhurMlaj and Saturday Erenlnjp. BROW WD CO. 305 S. Michigan Street. C.M-jl.M, hi u I'M s i: iim:;) L':e!ua Hubbard Haven H-jbbar.l Myron Campt -;i Murvin i"u:i.; ' A lift, r . S. Carnr-bl! Arthur L. Hui L.-.rd. I'rompt. ccurt-oj reMt::jr.t to ul "FORGED OUT" SALE PUBLIC DRUG STORE j t&'O Deposits 43 Years Old TRY NEW S-flMES WANT A D S ! u 0. ii fi 1