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THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES.
Tirrnsn v, n:imr.nv 1D1 i TELLS MOTH IMS TO LAUGH M0J1E MRS. WILSON AS GUIDE Mimv Iut of YI-iioi Thnmli the While Hoilx'. 3I;k Yourself and Your Children Happier is Art tier of Mrs. Ware at Colfax School. "Lrfiutrh more and make y.:r chil dren ami your.-clf happier." as on of the xuK-atior-s made We-ln-.-Juy afternoon ly Mrs. Aim.. (. Ware in her talk on child training iWore- th mcmlmrj of the Colfax I'urent--TYachers club. Th en--ral topic of the talk was "Main OharactrriKtk s of the Chi hi" and Mr.s. Ware divided it into thre" parts, the child's crude jnse of humor, ita dramatic and its imitative instincts. She spoke of the serious period of the child's lif when its dramatic Instincts, through imitation, ! UASIll.NCTn.V, lVb. Z. Mr,-. 1 ! V.'nodrow Wilson fitted as tic -; r ne for a roup of visitors in th --utie oif'.ct'S of the ului' hou Wcdm-iay. It was her third visit to ofiiees j-ince she b';;tme m itrs uf th white house. Tlnis'' whom sh' t.s c: rtr .1 through the rooms were MN? Il-nrhUa lt! ktts of Princeton. X. J.; It. and Mrs. . H. Jacobus of Hart ford. Conn., and IMward W. Sheldon of New York. TEDDY QUITS HUNTING Will Iote His lime Looking JLirr Sxrlnien. Tor day. Keh. 7. unl-.- Prn. Uilon iirn the rii.siin' before then, it was stated hy constitutional experts Wednesday. At tlt.- t hour it is provid-d th.i th I il 1 1 ? 1 d r a ten day' cor.sidTat ion laus- shall br-conv law. orj.iir.ed ru'- nurnAT m nr. I EYEWITNESS TELLS OF SHOOTING OF LINCOLN a ; t form. !! pictured the m r of the men !i!ir.u oi;t to- c.tjtur- f Poih in the barn :-fter th tisht '.vjth the slieriiT's pt.--". Dr. Bancroft is nn In tcri'Stir.z speaker, having addressed Suth r-!id audiences on several previous ( :isi ris. Ir. T. I). Itnncroft, Wlio Was Theater at the Tin 10. Relates Story at First M. II. in of WASHINGTON. Feb. . Former Pre. Koo.-evelt has forsaken the ' nunung or oi am in um .Mnif ca often lead it to the discovery of the u' 'VY ' . Its elders in ! r, .t 1 , . ... re'-eje(i vv eoneMj.iy ill m" ih,m. i- ment of agriculture. The onversiou motives which actuate the actionH which it imitates. Mrs. Ware ulo discussed the "mo tor" and "sensory" children, the for mer beinff ejuick, car, alert, respon- 1 Kive, while the latter are pufsIvc and ! do not respond easily and seem less bright, whtroas, though they may be slower In learning are more reten tive. The subject of Mrs. Ware's talk next month will be "The Period of Adolescence." The club will Klvo pn entertainment at the school Feb. 27, when Mis.s Laura Hacrey will present a program of readings. Including 'The Fortune Hunter." AMERICAN WOMEN NOT IN FAVOR OF MILITANCY whs effected by a botanic. d exploring party from thf department in v. hieh the colonel becarnf inter sted to th extent f volunteering to help I'nch' Sam increase his know ledtpj of t Im plant world. Mr.s. Pnnklmrst Revived No Lojul Welcome Ilecmiso of Her i;clicfs. WASHINGTON. Feb. 5. Tlie wo mn of the United States did not re ceive Mrs. KmmeMne Pankhurst of Fngland with open arms because of her belief In militant suffrage Wed nesday, asserted Chairman Hurnett of the immiprratlon committee during the discussion on the immigration bill barring entry to persons who preach the destruction of property. "I am not In sympathy with the Fuffrape movement," said Hurnett. "hut I want to say to the credit of the splendid women of this country, who bellevo In MifTrae, that theky did not receive Mrs. Pankhurst with open arms and did not give her the wel come she otherwise would have re ceived because our women do not be lieve In militant suffragism." The democratic party's attitude on women's stiff raK was made doubly plain by Majot ity Leader Underwood, when Hep. Lenroot asked if Under wood would use his influence to have the judiciary committee report a wo man suffrage resolution. "I will not." replied Underwood. "I am not in favor of it. If there is one principle my party stands for it : local self government and above all things it stands for is the rierht of franchise should be governed by the states of the union and not by the national government." WILL DISCUSS TEACHING OF GERMAN IN SCHOOLS The parents-Teachers' club of th Coquillard school will meet Thursday evening at S o'clock. The evening will be both musical and social. Stereopticon vlerrs of the wonders of the world will be shown. Tlo- tople of general discussion before the club will be. V?hall Cerman be Taught in , the Comilllard School?" The musie will be furnished by two quartets, the lirst composed of Miss Irene John Son, Mr.s. A. C. Pommert, L. S. Fiehenscher and Mr. Coble. The sec ond is the school boys' quartet, eom- poed of Masters William Cirahain. otto Simshauser. Albert S hloorke and Herbert Alemang. I r. T. D. Hancroft. eyewitness the ;is-a ssl nation of Abraham Lin coln, delivered his lecture of the his toric eveiit at the First M. 11. cliurch Wednesday night, picturing the act ual scene as it appeared to him. tr. Hawroft was for several months a personal body guard of the martyred president. He showed pic tures connected with the life of Lin coln, gathered by him. He said that on the ni-'ht of the shooting he was seat d in the audience not far from tlu president, when F.ooth cntf red the theater frem the rear, eame aPuu; tb naileries to the box where the president and party were and t;red the bulle t lat proved fatl. 1 pimping over t. dge of the !jo- onto the .-ta.ue and making his evapelj MANY NEW YORKERS REPORTED MISSING Our Thnv Humlrcd Women L?ft City hi the Last Tlirce ' McntlH. NKW YORK, Feb. Z. The report of the police department for the last three months of KM.", submitted to Major Mitehel Wednesday and was chieily remarkable for the number of missing persons reported to the po pee during the quarter. The miss ing numbered 901, f whom .07 vro women. Th.ere were requests from other cith-s to look for 4 20 men who were mis-ing from th-ir own homo towns and supposed to be in this city. There were 1.S72 convictions in the criminal courts, l.r.90 acquittals and U.o men and 21 women committed suicide. through tiie rear door. Dr. Bancroft asserted that Washington was filled with soldiers on the night on which the shooting took place and the the- L!:.PS TO DFATH. CINCINNATI. O.. Feb. After at- mpting to murder his wife, John W. ones-, r,:,, ironworker, early Wednes day- leaped fifty feet to his death fre.m the roof of his home in Jackson street. The couple quarreled over the. break t'art .Mrs. Jones was cooking. BECOMES LAW SATURDAY Pros. WiNon May Not Sign Ited Light Moasure. i i i! i NEGRO COLONY IS PLANNED ' Fic Hundred I'xicotel to Lcae for Africa shortly. OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla,. Feb. :.. Chief Alfred Sam, at the head of a movement to colonize Oklahoma Negroes on the fold coa-'t of Africa, with 120 members of the colony, left Wel?ctka, Okla,, Tuesday fr iCnv York. Tliere they plan to make tlnal arrangements for the voyage. The re mainder of the 50-0 In camp In We ketka will follow shortly, it is said. The 120 leaving hero d'raw $O?.O0O from Welertka banks. ACTOR COMMITS SUICIDE STAMFORD. Con.. Pet.. Z. Oresta Lamana, a vaudeville slnrer, who had loit his position because his voice fail ed throueh excessive cigaret smoking, shot himself Wednesday night follow ing an interview with his fbtncee, Ma rie Gargulio. A photograph of the girl was found over his heart. L. H. ORVIS FUNERAL DIRECTOR Lwdjr Asslstazit. 120 West Coif ztx At. Home S297. Dell 27. Rich Hair Long, thick, heavy hiir. Want this Wnd? Aycrs Hair Vigor promotes growth. Does not color the hair. Ask Your Doctor. J. C. AmOo. I' SO, ICAI SLICK'S LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANING CO. 126 a MAIN ST. Phones: Homo, ft 11"; IVell, 117. 'The Slick Way." GET A GAS RANGE NOW GAS CO. P WASTIINC,TON. Feb. 5. Tie- Ken- yen bill legislating out of ; 1 terse" Washington's red light distriet. will become operative at midnight Satur- i 1 MUSICAL PROGRAM IS GIVEN AT HIGH SCHOOL Priuiial.s ami Tc;uiicrs at the Con bcrvatory of 31ulc (Jivt I'leas ing llccital. I"rincipals and teachers to the num ber of 2t'U attended the concert f-'iven Wednesday evening at the high school! auditorium by 2.1. It. Uriffith and the! laeulty of the Eolith I'end t-onserva- i tory. The affair wuh r '.en under the .tii.pices of the .school ity In the ef-1 fort to raLse funda to meet the co.-t , 1 ine survey or tne fcntmH ry ex perts from tho New York bureau of municipal research. Tho well arranged program i ti -eluded vocal, violiu and plain num bers and readings. Miss Marie Poles of the dramatic art department of the conservatory gae in an appealing manner a sceno from "The Littlest lUbel" and Muss Jane White, also of that department, read "The Secrets of tho Heart," by Dobson. The program op ned with t!' trio from th "Crwi tion" by liayden, by Mis. Hazel Har ris, Gerald Hunt and Mr. Griffith and closed with a group of songs by the Linden malo quartet, accompanied by Miss Valeria Hor.duraiu. Piano num bers wero given by Mi-s Helen Cuil foyle and Max Miranda; violin .selec tions by Hal G. Van Aiken, and vocal numbers by Miss Harris, Mr. Hunt and Mr. Griffith. One of the tno-t de lightful of Mr. Griffith's numbers was "At Dawning." by Cadman. 111 I Sale riices CO. i v s: k fcasy Terms rS' "1 r'T7l il f iV '!"'.T1 r 1 r. H I Just a Case of Sending Word No one cares to pay for something and not get it. If you have a lamp or appliance not in per fect working order, you arc paying for gas and yet not getting the very best results. This state of affairs can only exist by your neglect to send us notification of the fact. It coats you nothing for an examination. It costs you nothing if the lamp requires adjust ment; for a new mantle, globe, shade or part of the lamp you will pay only their retail price; our time and work are yours FREE OF CHARGE. Raincoats and Rubbers AT THE RUBBER STORE ITOO S. Mlclilgan SL m. Real Estate Purchaser You have heard of frauds! and forgeries in real estate deals. Just now there is much talk about losses on account of the practices of a certain real estate dealer who recently filed a petition in bankruptcy, showing losses to creditors of nearly $150,000.00. Had these parties required abstracts or title insurance pol icies showing perfect titles; much of this loss would not! have occurred. Let us show you how to avoid such lossesj in the future. PATE N TS AJid Trail M&rki Obtained !n m.11 Countrfw. Ad vie Frre. GIXX J. OITSCn, Rejrhrtered Tat. Afy.. 711 712 Studebaker Bldx So, L . 1, IndL INDIANA TITLE AND LOAN COMPANY Title Bldg. Main and Center Sts. fiort&ern T7 lie iaia and Electric Com any. 21S-217 S. MICHIGAN ST. tm m ii i i ii li i hi wim mil im mil mii A n Wim i Wlkftw i 1 it New Dresses "Risht Diitribctiori of Right Merchsndi at Rfehi Prfoea. fe yisj r..Ar yjit-sg?-: '- - New Waists iM I Coats Women's and Misses' Coats rfl 111 V-l 11111 1111U.O ciiiva 1 JV ILlO A v I, -A J m all colors, large selection. Coats Vp? pj 3 VV! vj worm 10 q 1 j opeciai oaic 1 Women's and Misses' Coats Boucles, Chinchillas, Mole Plush, Zibilines, Nov ties and Mannish Effects, black and all colors. Large selection; includes every coat that sold to $40. Special Sale . . . MAYOR HOLDS SESSION WITH OFFICIAL FAMILY Head: of Various Departments (iather and Dleuss Situation. Hut Take No Action. Mayor Kcllor held his firs: n:onthly fori'renco with tho hiv'. a ity ile- as rtijuiretl by th' his office Wednesday ail- 1 jartir.ents, eharter, at ernoon. Pres. R. F. Aucrustine of th' hoard : of nafety, IT-. K. M. M.r:i. .-f tlu' hoard vf works, t ry. t'hn'-. n- j ury of the hoard'of health. City Cn- truller U. G. Manning and City of ttv. were nresont, witn the fire department. K. F. Veblrt. Chif Slhrel 'hlef Kerr of the department of po lice, and Supt. Toyne of tlie writer de partment, l-elng called in for s; cial information. The charter rojuire the.e n- -tir.its t c 1 GET CU1 Em UNDER OUR SPECIAL OFFER to be hold each month, departments to brir.-; th h ads of th'r i-:"r!s alone, a genera; con; erer.ee tlv i. ae ln held to the end of keeping ihm vl.rki. tcsther. Iox ltmtted tlm -wm r maklnr pciJ offer ta iSletd xntn. One thAt "will aurprlav yxu wtxea yoa tn-rMrtlmt. Th.ls offer will enablo every aff!U?t3 maa t rfJn his h ta.lt?!, o matter vrbat hla elrcum fftanc max be. IT you do loos ttian you aftould. In tiie ralno m th faxm. at your dtX, or in your a&op, you are In some way -weak. It yenx cjtn't accom plish all thJLt you expect or hopo for, yoa aro Uvo aiiant aufToror from oomo bid dan dlaeaac Th fact that you bare treated elovher without benefit and are a Vertical doea not dlBcoungrt u In tha le&st; nearly all cur patient tell of this sama expert euc. Wa are eurlnc tbe men arery day and fe rure we can do tha sama for job. Wo offpodally vollclt thco atubborn. chronic, aoeminiiy Incurable oaaoa ef Maa who mllit the serloumes Atvd irrartty of thetr condition ard will appreciate benefits conferred and the scientific treatment wo Kire. Ootno ta ua for free conaultatJon. COULDN'T REMAIN STILL VV.OCTOn. Ark.. F' h. Albert Huffman, vrho claim i t.at 1 -. of fricht suffered dr.ri;; tlie Sm l'rjicieo earth.'ianke aad fixe ir. 1:"" . l;e could nt remain td! mre th:.r. two hours at a tinif loc:u hds bb'd Avouhl cor.peal, drrp;evl i'.e. 1 h-r Wednt:-lv. Utiffmri!: .Itiiv.! i have walked from Sau Pr.itjf ;.( o to New Yrk twice inoe the i.trtlv; :.k-'. I Worn Out Discouraged Lost Vitality Nervous Rot Sick But Gloomy Young Middle-Aged V ' ' V r ; ; k. j: r Jr; v i ;;A.- i-v';. i.'vV-r-'-..- : A-.AAl'i :' Jf . -XV -- A .;: S-.--.-5v - A a-;:v;; :.r ,vh A-:As,; - xvi.n 4' A- .;-rr- x;"vA r -v ,H -"Vv vMi : i : vvr A-','s A.A';V "'i'' - A ' . - : ,.;-VAo,A....v..,.- . . ;'.-A.. ,;.-a:- a a' ;Af V i. -; a' - : ' r .' v '. A' , ' ,vAf - ..,-.: tA a ;. ; a : - r , ' -:r:x - t - 4v; -rv .iV? 1a c.-?. -A-A-r a:- :a ,v ,;a ;vaa-v y ;AU ; a:aaa AA,,-. AWVA4 v -'"a; -v ; A ix-f -:VfHvU; A;A -- v :., -:.' 5 , o;!o,i-rvv- Anr-: V.- '...,:-...i.t-'-.f , f... i i. r .a .. In One I vestment Hot a Dollar Feed If yoe art suCertcc Tvia rixnFIO niOOD niSE.KE8, wtL r- iu-)iith, t1uxt aod tcripje, body rah, ii on E at oo'v ami I u lmin lt- fr yon ocv trximent of the Imjrrc rrd Cji (zeo9lr&mLii) 614 nS ya r. rjr,i for Mfe. No PAIS, co LJSS of TIM K. no GOING to the HOSPITAL, cm jv. rKorn home liiicaJLatHy after the Lreamert, ae it or.ly reQuiro JO ii. ute of rnr tlcw by onr Ecrbod of d-uilAiemrtioD. Bladder fewetlaz cf Tret, caic in tack re all curv-J pro.vDnit?y by u Nervous Are yon rafc, irrita b'v. Co ron lck m!ttts and ocmddeane to.t ercefe ad la !'. eretioa caue! U o roe tv ce tC otre. ellbrr ( J Old Men Go Where You Are Sure of Getting Sored Advico Expert Treatment by an Export Spoclallot for Men Oniy. Many Cured for $3.50. Art you WEAK, NXHIVOUS or DISEASED? H&ra Ten about fleelded to &rn up !n d"rpair, thinking pc tbty there ta n cur for ytti? If euch la the raae DO NOT OrV'12 TTS come And have a M3CI.X ClIAT ylh ua. CONSULTATION and ADVIOE IS FREE and 6TKIOTLY OOXF1DOTIAU If an examination con vinces us your ca.ee Is Incurable, we -will frankly tell yoa mo. If, n the other han4. we flnd that your caie Is CXlLVHLn, we will then glv you a written GUARANTIEE, whloh calls for a cure cr the return your mor.ey in ce we fail. Can you ask anything fairer? Do not let money matters prevent you frorr. cor.ault lnc us, and do not think, cn tvoco-q nt cf the reputation we have attained In our ypeoia'. line that cjr chaxres are excesalve. a our charx-s are " L'llY LOW and saUefactory arrang-e ments can away be mmio for the payment of the name. Our bet reference la the fact that we are rllabl e and have prnvr. that w are sr.c ceerfuL AH patients calling on MM axe a&rured PKRSONAL ATTKNTIOX. We do not care how Ion? you hav raffer-d nor who falhef to cure yrra. Com and have a talk with ns FRFT1"!. Rupture Loot Vi tl::-e yci ?.te uTtrt-d, No wtlLa i- Over cara a Bptouillst, HOURS 9 to 12; 1 to 5; Evcnm2s, 7 to S; Sundays, 9 to 12 Only Rectal 4 ruttlaf, fairer rzi a pfim f r 42 carel by ue wltWut 8 Paid lluless Cured Varirrn-I eui:lacr in aere urln:. vrLi-'h !n turn au a wustlny of e Mrtr. e rure to etay cirJ Weaknesses r. i dr3ti, err! fci. u s; tL' Ti.r.. v ,--. r cx. l Tltllty frnn: j-u ard JiTer re-er y.,u a men t:il ;.! phytil v r our ta frai S to 20 ua4. Prostatic fiireffjertt. phi id b kti of fc-fCAi ciire fv.T life. No omiV)ev Stomach diet res-; ifUc f-l t: i. J tlr-Z. tei-rt.Nir.. pn 1 p ! - OT .1- cf your tffe $10.00 Examination FREE llnF fT3 .a i 9 (1 oueuiaiio 0 Entire Second Floor Over Peck's Shoe Store, South Bend, Ind. Entrance 109l2 West Washington Avenue. - If , j i 7i w