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THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES.
IVnDNTlSDAY. JANUARY If, l!if
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GOLD BRINGS DEATH
10 RUE id GOTHAM
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Temperature Hits Four Below i
5
Zero and New Record is Ex
pected to he Established
City Feeic Effects.
Ni:V Y'KK, J;n 11. 1'iv W r
ns di i Tiif -tl.iy in N w York ami
icinUy from xim.uia t tho icy Mat
that 1 cinlf J )n tho rity oarly
In the rnnrriiiiy ami lrovr ihu ther
im.nu tnr down 1 l w z ro until at
iiii!nii;ht th ji :-j ci was that tlu
colu urath'-r r rd fr this rtion
would ho l-.Un. Six lev'r':.- bolow
zro i.s tlx rt'cird an.l at mi'liiiht
Ih' four (h ur s In-low mark had b f-u
1 i.-s d hi 1 1 1 - rapid ilroj of thr intr-
ury wiiich r Kt-tTfd z-ro at j
o'clock in, the - oniric.
Kvry activity In the ity fdt tho
effect of the frigidity. Tim transpor
tation lirnM htru'K'h d to fcot-p to .vchoil
ults, hhlppin' was more or lss
troubled, and workers out of doors
suffered ivertly.
Many a.ccllnts vero recorded as
tin direct result of tin- drop in tern
peratur and tho hiKh wind that ac
companied it.
Those who dif-d in New York and
icinity a a. result of the cold follow:
I'rank K. Berry, eluiuft'eur, frozen
to death on tlw front of hi.- hiaehlne.
U. Weifer, addtes.s unknown, found
frozen to death In haJIway.
John J. ti'Brien. fl ;'ear old,
found frozen to le-th in C'ont of
Kdtrcwjiter. N. J., "'ejiliono oifk-o.
Mrs. Annie Johnson, 4o years old,
Yonkerj-, frozen to death on McLean
tv., that city.
Charles IJinmctt, 00 3ars old.
found frozen, to death in hid home
In j;ridetnn, X. J.
GIRLS! THICKII! Ill
BEAUTIFY YOUR HI
Bring Back Its Gloss, Lustre,
Charm and Get Rid of
Dandruff.
To ho pu ssed of a head of heavy,
beautiful hair; Mdt. lustrous. Huffy,
wavy and fr from dandruff is mere
ly a matter of usinir a litle Iander
ine. It is easy and ijwxprtihUr to have
nice, soft hair and lots of ii. Just
Kt a L'5-ct-ht hottle of Knowlion's
landerin now all dru stores rec
ommend it apply a little as directed
and within ten minuts there will W
an appearance of abundance; fresh
ness. Huffiness and an Incomparable
Kk ss and lustre, and try as ou will
you cannot find a trace of dandruff or
falling hair: but your real surprise
will be after about two weeks use,
w lien you w ill sc.- new hair fine ami
downy at tirst yes but really new
hair sprouting out all over jour
scalp Panderlne Is. we believe, the
only pure hair m'ovver; destroyer of
dandruff and cure for itchy scalp and
it never fails to .stop falling hair at
once.
If you want to prove how pretty
nnd koL'i your hair really i. moisten a
cloth with a little Damierine and
v.Tt'ully draw it through your hair
taking one small strand at a time.
Your hair will be soft. flossy and
beautiful in just a few moments a
delightful surprise awaits ruTumc
who tries this. Advertisement.
OFFICERS INSTALLED
BY SOUTH BEND CIRCLE
vtcr MippT ami Special r.xncics
Are IVaturcs of ."Meeting
of 1 If. i
Install. ition of oiticers and an oyster
sapper were features of the meeting
of South l;end eircle. Xo. -J7;. Pro
fvtivo Homo Circle, ii; i:aid-.V hall
Tuesday ninht. The installation of
ficers were J. Wright. deputy su
preme president; I ti i I i i Morris. " dep
uty supreme iruide. and Mrs. tTaretta
Wolf. dejMit" s'itrcme secretary.
The following w.ue installed: Kd
ward J. Vi-kv. p:it president; Ktta
Nar-h. ire-:dent : rieo Cun ly. vice
prey iJi-ni ; larm Miiler. guardian:
Atir.a M. Wright, accountant; Chester
Wolf, treasurer: (r.i- Kivis. secre
tary; Martha Stacjo r, f haplain; r-
;', T. ilitehel. uide; Carrie luiui?,
tojnpanioji; ylia b-et.iier. sentin
el; c.e.irp . Younic. watchman; K. J.
jckey. trutee :"r three car; YY. J.
YVrUht. :i b ?;at- to -rand lo-Uc; .
i. T. Gitche!. alternate.
TURNERS SET DATE FOR
ANNUAL MASQUE AFFAIR
Iamc Will Ie Ihhl at Hall on IVb.
21 Spivial A! u-and I'to
cram for i:eninc.
Tn itatior.s are to b. is-,;. il within
ft few- days for the ."m! annual mas
querade of the South Head Turnver
rin to be h-dil l'-b. t at Turner hall.
Tliis ball is the annual social eent
of the Turnrem and as usual it will
be an elaborate a.tair .main this y-ar.
KlbeTs orche.-tra has been secured to
furnish the music i"r dancing and
the stae ;ro-iam. It is anr.ouiueil
that the ball ill - trictly private.
The eoma;ttee in hariro i iJeore
'oediMh. John A. Creif. Cred Kecks
Ptroh. Jacob Huffman. Cred eiuin.
Aidrew YVerle. Tit d l.?drr ami
'h;rles riedl.-r.
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NO ALCOHOL OR INJURIOUS DRUGS.
SUPERIOR AT NAZARETH ACADEMY
PRAISES FATHER JOHN'S MEDICINE
In a recent letter the Mother Superior of Nazareth Academy, says: "I
have nothing except praise for Father John's Medicine. Several of the
jdaUTs have been taking it this winter, and all have been benefited by it."
(Mi.cned) Yours sincerely, Mother Antoinette, Nazareth Academy. Con
cordia, Kansas.
In South P.end by Coonley T)rup; Co.,
Cor. Washington Ave. & Michigan
St., al?o Public Irupr Store, Woods &
Ptriebel, 113 S. Michigan St.. and
practically all other drup stores in
the city. If you have any difficulty
in setting rather John's Medicine
from your drugffist, write to Father
John's Medicine. Iowell, .Mass., en
closing one dollar for a full sized
bottle.
Mr.
Sunday
Ilrifi;s.
Miss
stony ill oc; i:.
airl Mrs. L. Sherman spent
vuh Mr. and Mrs. K. C.
Goetzimrer
and Mrs.
visited
Goetz-
Kathryne
her parents. Mr.
int:er, Sunday.
Charles Jiays of T.aroda, Mich.,
spent Monday with Mr. and Mrs'. C.
Walk den.
Mr. and Mr?. Frank Emery, Mr.
and Mrw. Kd. Fmery were quests of
Mr. and Mrs". Albert ThimMc- Sunday.
A number of young people were en
tertained at the homo of Kmma,
Meehl Saturday evening.
a ppcarance
ill
WYAIT.
Ileal winter made its
Sunday.
Mrs. John Fox. who has been
for home time, is improving.
Many younfr people spent Sunday
afternoon skating at IJendlt's pond.
Vernon Felten of South He-nd
spent a few days last week with
friends liere.
Tho teachers of Madison township
held their fifth institute i this place
Saturday. The next niC-etin? will be
held at the same place Feb. 17.
Revival meetings are bein?: con-
ducted at the Uutchland church
week.
Ceorse Uarnhart is still ill at
time.
Our village restaurant lias again
changed hands. Chas. Williams has
sold his stock to August Heohler, who
has now charge of it and ha moved
his family here.
this
this
ed the funeral of the late Mr. Stryker
at Dayton Wednesday.
Chas. Clemens and IT. I. Cauffman
attended the school directors' annual
meeting at St. Joe Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Clemens, Iva
and Helen, were guests of Mr. and
Mrs. William Hums, near Dayton,
Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. .Sebasty and
family were KUfstf of the William
Retake, family Sunday.
Sunday school is increasing. .IS be
int; present Sunday. Glad to see so
many out. Don't forget the time,
2:30 Sunday p. m. Kverybody welcome.
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A Happy Bald
Headed Man
Wrll-Knoun roliUHan Nearly Hald
Now lias Heavy CJrowth of Hair.
Tell How Ho Did It.
yi:llov hank.
Mrs. Sarah Seybold and Klla
Stuckman fire visiting with Mr. and
Irs. Floyd Stuckman of Gora for a
few weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gushwa nnd
family and Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Man
jriis and family were Sunday visitors
of Mr. and Mrs. John Walters.
Mrs. George Walters is improving
slowly.
The Misses Fayetta Huff. Edna and
Carrie Mcllride were in South Bend
Saturday.
Miss Hazel Ilodirers was a cruest
Sunday of Miss Pearl Wiseman.
Miss Awilda Puker was a week-end
Sliest with friends in South Dend.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hawblitzl
and son were Sunday guests of Mr.
and Mrs. F. A. Wiseman.
Farmers are busy hauling logs to
Teegarden.
A little cold weather for a change.
Ervin Phillips has returned to his
home in Nappinee Saturday.
Peter Dewpoint is no better.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fllery and son,
Lester, visited with Mr. and Mrs.
Mordecai Stroup Sunday.
A western politician, well known on
account of his baldness and ready wit,
surprised his friends by appearing
with a heavy growth of hair; many of
his old friends did not know him and
others thought he had :l wic. On bc-
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ing asked how he did it. he made the
following statement: I attribute the
remarkable growth of my hair to the
use of the following simple recipe
which any lady or gentleman can mix
at home: To a half pint of water add
I oz. of bay rum, a small box of F.arbo
Compound and U oz. of glycerine.
Apply to tho scalp two or three times
a week with the finger tips. It not
only promotes the growth of the hair
but removes dandruff, scalp humors
and prevents tho hair from falling
out. H darkens streaked, faded, gray
hair and makes the hair soft and
glossy. These ingredients can be
purchased at any drug store at very
little, c. st and mixed at home'
PLKASANT VALLEY.
Mr. and Mrs. . P. Smith and
daughter are visiting a few days with
the hitter's parents. Mr. and Mrs. J.
A. Eger.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. TIarrisan nnd
son, Frank, were at Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Judie, jr.. fov dinner Sun
day. A meeting was hclu at tho Pieasant
Valley M. V.. church to elect officers
for the Pleasant Valley Farmers' as
sociation Thursday evening. The fol
lowing were elected: John A. Eger,
president; Charles Harrison. vice
president; Paul Hoover, secretary and
treasurer.
Mary liallock of this icinity nnd
Steve Abram of South P.end were
married at 9 o'clock Saturday morn
ing in South Bend.
Frank Smith spent Saturday vcn
inir with his cousin, Otis Smith, in
Elkhart.
A lap supper will be held at ,Jam
Wilson's Wednesday evening by the
Pleasant Valley Ladies Aid.
Sunday school at 10 a. in.: prearh
imr at II a. m.
DR. S. M. BARRETT
Nervous and Chronic Diseases
Men and Women.
Successor to United Doctors.
ItAkfUTOWX.
Plenty of winter weather now.
Makes the ice man smile.
James Snodgrass is on the sick list.
Nearly every one is complaining of
a had cold.
Mrs. Holmquist and Mrs. Thanning
sueut Thursdav afternoon wi'.h Mrs
Mae Pest.
Tho P.rook Valley Arbor of Glean
ers of P.akertown met with Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Haas Thursday evening.
.eir. and Mrs. Chas. Sebasty attend-
There is Only One
That Is
USED TIIC WORLD OVER TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAT.
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Always remember the full name. Look
Mcny men and women in and about
South IJend attributed their present
statue of health and well being to this
Master Specialist in chronic diseases.
Many cases have been cured by Dr.
Harriett after others have failed to
give relief or cure. '
If you arc suffering as the result
of any form of c'ironic or nervous
disease, no matter of how long stand
ing, you should consult Dr. Hartlett
in regard to your case before hope is
abandoned. His consultation and ex
amination is absolutely free, and he
will under no circumstances accept
your case for treatment unless in his
opinion you can be relieved or cured,
cured.
Can you afford to neglect this op
portunity to obtain the counsel and
advice of this medical expeit in re
gard to your case when it is offered
to ycu free of all charge? Should you
not make every effort in your power
to obtain the greatest of all blessings,
perfect health? Others have obtained
truly remarkable results at the hands
of this skilled specialist. Why not
you ?
Dr. Partlett's offices arc located on
the 2nd floor of the Toepp Iluilding
on South Main Street, opposite the
Post Ofllce. OMico hours from 9 A. M.
to 12 M.. 2 to 5 P. M.. 7 to S p. M.
and Sundav from 10 A. M.. to 1 2 M.
Advt.
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Department
In this section as much
as in any other in the store
we are saving you money
by showing the advantages
of buying outfits for the lit
tle fellows of this Cash
raising Sale. With standard,
reliable, trade-marked
brands reduced from their
fair retail prices to figures
that scarcely represent the
cost of materials it be
hooves parents to fit out
their boys here now where
highest values are given at
the lowest prices ever quot
ed for Boys' Best Clothes.
Suits
33.00 y:iuc$ now S1.95
S5.00 values now $2.85
S7.50 values now $4.65
$10.00 Y.ilues now ....$6.75
Overcoat
s
S3.oo Overcoat values. .$1.95
S5, S6, $7 and 38 Overcoat
values $3.85
SI o.oo Overcoat values $6.95
Caps, W aists
and Pants
5oc qualities reduce J to . .39c
S1.00 qualities reduced to 79c
51.50 qualities reduced to 95c
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1913-1914
units aid 09cat
$25, $27.50, $28.50
Values
Includini; All Kuppenheimer's
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$15, $18.50 $20
Values
$10,S12.50,$13.50
Values
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Trousers
This store has been long
and favorably known as
the home of the Dutchess
Trousers. Here is what
has been done to turn
them into cash:
S2.00 grades; now. . .95c
S3. 00 grades, now $1.95
S4.00 grades, now $2.95
$5.00 grades, now $3.95
Raincoats
The handiest garment in
any man's wardrobe is
undoubtedly a Raincoat.
You cannot afford to be
without one. See these
prices:
$5.00 grades, now $3.95
$10 grades, now ..$6.85
$15 grades, now ..$9.95
Furnishings
Not only in the Clothing
section has the knife of
necessity cut the prices, but
in the Furnishing Goods
those needed and always
necessary adjuncts to Men's
and Boys' Apparel has the
Cash-raising Sale materially
lowered the prices. Bar
gains in Shirts, Neckwear,
Underwear, Hats and Caps,
etc., await the wise buyer
who lakes advantage of this
remarkable Dissolution Sale.
Underwear
and Shirts
5oc Fleeced and Derby Ribbed
Underwear 33c
$1.00 grade fleece lined Union
SuiU 69c
si. 00 grades wool Shirts and
Drawers 69c
$1.50 grades Fancy Shirts 95c
$1.00 grades Fancy Shirts 79c
Hats and
Caps
All $3.00 soft and still' hats
for $1.95
All $2.00 hats reduced to. .95c
Fine Caps, $3 grade ...$1.95
Fine dps, $4 grade . . .$2.95
$7.5o grade Sweaters at $4.75
$6.00 grade Sweaters at $3.95
$5.oo grade Sweaters at $2.75
$3.oo grade Sweaters at $1.95
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