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MOXPAY, MARHI 23. 1017 iHE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES. ADDITIONAL SPORT GOVERNOR IS NAMED IN GRAFT SCANDAL BOWLERS ARE PREPflR I II I u FOR GARY MEET Expected That Twenty Teams; From This City Will Take Part in State Tournament Season Wearing End. v . : -. - A,;..-:- J,- : .-? ; fv-. ,.; - v j -. X "'i'i HEADACHY, COSTI, BILIOUS. GASCARETS" JC SfC ?JC 5j INDIANA AND MICHIGAN BRIEFS. X i VL V -T -v - n- i Liver and Bowels Are Clogged Clean Them Tonight! Feel Bully! EVAXSYILLU, Ind. Arthur Frank has Hied suit in the Spencer circuit rourt against Joseph Harris, saloon peeper at Hockport, alleging that Har ris sold him liquor which mado '?Am bu.-uve, and that while in 'this condi tion Thomas Wolffolk struck him and broke his jaw. Reo. Hobson MO.NTOOMEriY, The name of (Jo v. I" brought into Ala.. Mar. 22. I:, i:. o-Xe.ii has the graft scandal Jet a 10 -cent box. Sa-J; headac lu-, biliousn.e-s. dizzi ness, eoatej tongue, foul t'.st- and fuul breath always trace them to torpid liver; d"!a d. fermeiuia.: food in the bowels or sour, -assy stoma' ::. Poisonous matter clo'ed in the in- testines, instead of beimj east out i of the system is re-absorbed into the ( blood. When this poison reaches the ' de licate, brain tissue it cases co'i- icstion and that dull, throbbing, sick- enin headache. : Cascarets immediately d"anse th ! MARION, Ind. James, Rowan. drupes: and former saloon keeper, ! v. as convicted of operating a "blind tier", lined $100 and costs and sen , t- need to the county jail for 30- days. k'r:XDALIA'ILLE. Ind. The city hall here ha.s been destroyed by firo which started in the basement under ihe lire department headquarters. It is not known how the blaze, originated. 'I ho damage is $30,000, with $20,000. insurance. America's 1 itr.r st r lassie bein over lis far as .South iVr.d is concerned. lcai bowlers are now turning their 'V's toward !ary. wher? tho Indiana tat' tournament will 1 held next month. K'.'ery i:.di(at:on points t thi.s yars state e:.t bein by far the largest in the history of the or ganization. The greatest entry "tfore recoided was live-men t ams, wh competed at Eolith Hend in 1112. Compared with this (Jury alone has made IS entries in the live-men event already and they hop to surpass the ro mark In form tiie entries close, which is next Wednesday. South 1'end i poln to have an 'exceptionally larp.- eutrj.' in the state tournament, pos.-ihly teams In all. Kvery league in the ity will be rep is.nted I'v at ba-t one entry, the larger ora ni:'.aio!:s u itli more. The lilks ill surely send eprht t arris with the probability of making it a dozen. Tiireo lul- at least will take a chance from the . A. r lub and the H-tude-!)il;ers are i".:uriuur on S'-nrlini; two r three tam-. The Waltherr and 1'aetory leagues will also have rep I esentation. Teams already having made entry are ttie .Silver lid s. Antlers. Hubers, :iks. Tails. Fawns. Witmers and I'rons from th lilies' battle; the A. r.'s. 'ubs and Athbtics from the ( A. club; jtiuh bak rs from the Studebaker league; Xeversweats from the Waltlierr b-apue; Sintrers from the l-'aetory league. ami the Hoosi-r 'reams. South le tid bats be n piven thf ehoie of i 1 ; i i 1 1 their paim s on tun Saturday and Sunday dates and hae seb-r-trd April is and l'J. The South Hend eontinpent is bein.i looked after by 11. A. Schiu lb- and arran-'e-m nts are beinu: made to transport the local bowlers in special ears. litx-ul S-l!ilnlei Xcaim: Fnd. While the schedules of all the local bowling organizations ai" Hearing tiieir end it is si.nlicant that not a single b-apuo in ojieration has its 1 '.' 1 1 championship settled in advance. As a rulo some teams !tain an early bad in a league and make the championship race a procession. Hut thU se?son tinds an unusu;illy close romp-titin in every bowling organ ization in the city. Tliis w -clc Tri be the Studebaker l.n;ue siiowin tci'.; I" st advantaKe. Two teams, the Kcaehes and Spokes, are tied for iirst dace. and. the Skeins are but two ptmes behind, while the Tommies art' a pood fourth. The Reaches are oar, of two teams, who hae- been at the top of the percent ape column throughout the season. They hae been ediped to share their honors with others, principally the Spokes and Skeins-, who have been on their herds com-tantly and prom ise to wape the warfare durinp the remaining prunes on the schedule. Two clubs, which have made a pallant tipht apainst prcat otbls are the Tonpu s and Axles. Those two teams were unfortunate in pettinp a bad start and hovered at the bottom for many weeks, but now occupy very prominent positions. Antlers Maintain Adantap Tho only team which shares the honors with the Reaches in hadinp throuphout the season are the Ant lers in the Antlers' bapue. ('apt. 'baffle's team has been seriously threatened at various stapes of the season but h te not b. n tied since he third Week of the present sched ule. For two e,.;-! the Fawns shared the honors and the Fronps tilled in one week. Th" latter are now in sec- la connection with the convict depart-' stomach, remove the sour, undipeste.i merit. Theodore Iiey, convicted of emhezzlinp ?27,"00 While fin employe of the department, issued a state ment accusing the povernor of com plicity. The povernor denies any connection with tho mater. FEDERAL LEAGUERS MAY MAKE TOUR OF WORLD ioou ami ioui pases, tane tne eeess bilo from the liver and carry out all the constipated waste matter and poisons in the bowels. A Case a ret tonipht will surely straiphten you out by morninp. They work while you sleep a l"-cent box from your druppist means your h RTCf IMOND, Ind. Whether Rich mond's 57 saloons shall be closed .will ! decided Tuesday and the most hot lv contested campaipn ever held in this city will jt-nd. Hill Hliilllps Says Tliey Would Cict a Muoh Coin as the Sox and Giants. ! INDIAXArOLUS. A pint of revol- ; ver cartridpes, a diamond ring", sev : era! knives and a 3 2 -calibre revolver friim ;i rll rr. rri in t h ritV 1n.il. hv clear, stomach sweet and your liver pimj,or who repaired the pipes and bowels repular for month-. vh.n it was preSumed they were l choked with waste. It Is believed the FiiElM IN SING SING 1 articIcs wero I'kaced there -by prisoners w no mrew inem iint wiu uiaui lu ca AMERICAN WIDOW WILL MAKE SOCIAL SPLURGE -iC'J.:- ! I - If I I . Ill 5,91, 098 fallon ioId In 1913 1,536, 32 2?alcn more than 1912 APPEAL TO PUBLIC -,,0 io.VctionV WrCIHTA FAHHS, Tex., March 2 3. Hill Phillips, manaper r.f the Iloosier Feds, so-called silent leader, may not have been born with a pift of pab like that inherited by some members of the ball tossinp profession, but every once in a while, at bast. Whoa Hill says something. Ry something is meant that which counts. How does this sound? "World tour planned for two best teams in the Federal bapue at the clos Rcadinn Tlielr Innocence of Murder of Herman Rosenthal. ev York Gambler. KALAMAZOO. Victor L. Palmer, secretary-treasurer of the Michigan P.uggy company, will bo givon an op portunity to tell the full details of th wrecking of that concern for the first of the OSSIX1XC. X. Y.. .March 2 ::. A remarkable appeal to the puMic, pen ned in the death house in Sing Sing prison by Louis Rosenherp' (Hefty; Louie"), and signed by his three con- i icted companions. "Papo Frank," "Gyp the Rlood." and "Whiiey Lewis," 1 now awaiting execution for the mur- j der of Herman Rosenthal. N'mv York pamtder, was piven out Sunday. ; The four men reaffirm their abso- ' lute Innocence, declaring they were , convicted on perjured evidence and say that if the evidence against their alleged mentor. Lieutenant Rccker -was faulty and sufficient basis for ai .1... 1 - . 1 iie iii.vj, iiuit mi which mey were convicted was equally faulty. BREAKS A GOLD lil ft FEW HOURS -PAPE'S First Dose of Pape's Cold Com pound Relieves All Grippe Misery. EDISON "CANS" MUSIC Sweetest Music In World is Prom Hod by Wizard. H14 season." Rather nifty, eh? That's Whoa Hill's idea, .so expressed by Whoa Hill himself in a statement made Saturday. Phillips believe that the two best Federal clubs could encircle the globe and attract just as much attention and draw iust as mndi pate money as the White Sox and Giants. He cd.s attention to the fact that tin Feds would draw big crowds in all cities in 1 the Fnited States outside of their own leairue. bv reason of the vast amount of advertisinLr that has been thrust XHu GRK, March 2". Riank ut.on them, while in foreign countries. I phonograph records "planted" iu-u.i he sa.vs. the people, not knowing the : heart of a Florida swamp and set . sic k headache, dullness, feverishness, diffrren'ec. would make little or no j running by the touch of a pv-h but--oro throat, sneezing, soreness and distinction between organized and in- ton of a man hidden in the brush a 1 stiffness. dependent ball. mile away have trapped some of the j "Rape's Cold Compound Is tho J sweetest music of the world and "--u; quickest, surest rebel known and J shortly be brought north to release 1 costs only 2T cents at drug stores, i their strange melody. It acts without assistance, tastes nice, The singers were the wild birds of :in(' causes no inconvenience. Don't the i:erplades and the hidden "hunt- 1 accept a substitute. Advertisement, er" was Thomas A. Edison. Don't stay stuffed-up! Quit blowing and snuilling! A dose of "Rape's Cold Compound" taken every two hours until three doses are taken will end grippe misery and break up a severe cold either in the head, chest, body or limbs. It promptly opens clogged-up nos trils and air passages; stops nasty discharge or rose running; relieves INJUNCTION AGAINST GESSLER, FED AGENT Restrained From Approaching Any Player Under Contract With tho R raves. AUGUSTA, Ga., March 2S. The Georgia contract labor law will be invoked should Federal league agents attempt to open negotiations with Brooklyn Xational league players. This announcement was made at the Rrooklyn training camp here Sunday by Manager Robinson, when told of the presence in Macon of Harry C. Gessler, manager of the Pittsburgh Federals. Gessler Saturday was serv ed with an injunction restraining him from approaching any player under contract with the Roston Nationals, in training at Macon. GOVERNMENT TO AID HIGH COST BATTLE pamcs in the rear o ond idaoe. two the Antlers. Considerable warfare has been waged In the Hlks b apue throuphout the season ar.d the preferred posi tion has been shitted about confide r abh". At M.c period of the season Farmers Will he Canvassed Names Sent to Possible Customers. and WAsTriXCTOX", Mar. 2?,. Co-operation of the postoffico department to bring together consumers and pro ducers of farm products was an nounced here Sunday. The new scheme embodies the canvass of farm- there were seven clubs within two 1 ers willing to supply city folks with ' t, ' '", II m- 'Of 1 KMX nn Z, 0 1 Maintains the correct lubri cating body at any motor speed or temperature. Lubricates all makes of gasoline motors. The conrtantly increasing u?c of POLARINE by thousands cf motorists, is indisputable proof of its being the correct oil for all makes and types of motor cars, motor trucks and motor boats. STANDARD OIL COMPANY (AN INDIANA CORr0RAII0N MLr of Lohricalinf Oil for L dmc EofiDnaj as4 UJosL-Ul Wtx ks tf tb Worli. J DOXDOX, Mar. 2 2. Lovelier than ever and with a fortune running into millions, Mrs. Ava Willing Astor, first wife of Col. J. J. Astor, Titanic vic tim, will begin a dazzling social cam paign in London this spring. After the wedding of her son, Vincent, in April, Mrs. Astor's splurge will begin. time when his trial is opened on March 24 on a charge of fraudulent use of the mails before the federal court at Grand Rapids. - - - - 1 CHURCH'S STRENGTH IS DUE TO TRUTH Uev. F. K. Dougherty Siieaks on Real Church" at Grace The ..RATTLE CREEK. The warmest political fight in years is bein? waged in the city this spring for the control of the city commission. The chamber of commerce is trying to wrest tho reins from Mayor John W. Halley by taking the control of the commission from him. At present Bailey controls the commission by one vote. Bailey is democratic and the chamber of com merce is in republican hands. BATTLE CREEK. W. E. Audrey is getting a reputation as a nail swal Iower. He swallowed his sixth yester day with no ill effects. He Is a carpenter. "The Real Church" was tho topic of Rev. F. K. Dougherty's sermon at Grace M. E. church Sunday morning. He took as his text from Matthew 16:1S: "Upon this rock will I build my church." He said in part: "The Christian church was estab lished upon a person. It was not established upon a man or a philoso phy but upon a divine personality. There would have been no church in the world had there not been a man with a correct insight into the char acter and person of Jesus Christ.. "Authority in the church is to bo found in truth. Our church has no authority unless it has truth to de liver. It is the truth that binds. Ore must bo in possession of truth to bind anything on the earth." IVORY TOOTH PASTE OU POW DER. The sweetest, linest, cleanest and healthiest Tooth cleaner and pre serer made. L'.'c at Coonley Drug Store. Advt. JAfKo.V. His skull fractured at the base cf the brain by a fall from a scaffold, William Lawrence. ."0, a carpenter, passed away here ;us a re sult of the accident. ag. msriir;r..ill DENIED SIGHT OF MEN Solitary Confinement For Je-se Pomcroy Expected to End. BOSTON", Mar. 2?,. Jesse Pomeroy, now serving a life sentence in Charlestown prison for the murder of two children while he was a young boy, is soon to be released from soli tary confinement. Pomerov. the most widely known of all American 'lifers,' ' has served 3S years, in solitary con-1 finement and except for the routine visits of the ;a?:ers he is denied even the sight of men. Lames of each other past couple of v. et ':s ! n el v Wo:P. :ile!'t. lliev threatened by the t'harm last but a three nm fr the Hoots and like loss for the ("harms leaves egg: but durinc the the lioois nue fruit through the parcel post. Tl 1 hev Were 1... ,.-,.fi ! 1 names uii wi; jimiu, iom-iuei v n butter, poultry, vegetables and Tlu-so ith a ,,v,x 1 e i , 1 : . . i ., uescn niiou cu u;e cnuiuiuuiiies er. ;i saio iimi eIl, u jnsoiuiu tuaiuuiuii three-games difference to overcome. I bat the b-ad rs are not secure in their I r i s 1 1 1 position, epeei.illy with the T.lers coming on v itli a rush. The T. b-rs are ;i i'.a ngerus institution and thiir siullin-' of ;'.o: piu.- last week pi o t that tlu y iM-ted at lb:f:ab. ;:bb agiTeat iou e;i' leiran and cor.tains !ilers as ("harles Yt ibv, Cashr.er. rich. Singers T.ead Two I.e.muc. It is seldom that one team can hov to a. d .iii';'.'!' in va-re t'nan one league, et tb.c Singers have thing's tluir i wn way in ti'.e Factory and A. 'b:b bagv.es. Singers appear to ha a mania fT leading In ath-b-tie events as thev won the ch imp- in town. Ten cities have been selected to experiment upon. Theve are Boston, Atlanta. St. luiis5. San Francisco, Washington. I). C, Baltimore, Pe- hould have eom-troitf lacrosse, u is., i,ynn, Mass., This is a formid- and Hock Island, 111. loiter it is pro- tair.ed by John j posed to embrace all postolfices in Srhuell. record Kit s and Hein- the United States. IV .1ISS "INNOCENCE" GIVEN FORGIVENESS Woman Who PoM'd For INeturc Me'ts Husband and All i:ndi Well. .n.-liip in the I'acbiry V-as iavt sammer :ind rit" in the iauvhr.g game. t a d. the C ,. c ill !e.igae t oil'.,; Well j ie ierce:it:ig 4 league pr seats n w aiiar situation in tnat t.i'!)S of tho eight show b bat three tter than Tbe Standards of the Waltherr h :i;-.ue have been at the h t a d of their rie longer tb.an any otln r team in rh" citv l ui their s. lieda! has been fall. pregrr Silice la: he thr. W tlell :i rds ha e ! d th" wa ;e M'iS.-'ll. eet.f Wl were sapcr' ded b 'tb.e Irter , v. ho are new in third place. Ma u i out t tl.eV s-.a Faetory l eague Average. As at: ergatii.'.t i -n einci'V' c.'!.ial:tv. t!o- I'-etory b.'.ir:" -oir.et aim' on others. 1'ur.ng ae:rse of tto- scasctl compate tra! ferir.atbii".-i b. ave ln 1- I ei - the XP"AV YORK. Mar. 2?.. Victor Har vey Briggs has forgiven his wife, Mrs. Charlotte Davis Bricks of Cleveland, for posing for the nude painting "In nocence," according to a statement made by Mrs. Briggs today. "Mr. Briggs and 1 met accidentally the other day." said Mrs. Briggs, "and we had luncheon together. He told ine he forgave me and wanted me to live with him again. He knows I won a beauty prize when I was living 1 in Cleveland and that I have posed fr several artists. I am thinking it j oer and maybe I will forgive him for! getting mad about 'Innocence.' i ONE LONE LITTLE TOE IS MAKING MUCH TROUBLE CHICAGO, March 2... Three sur geons, one managing director, several sympathetic secretaries ami certain curious representatives of the press, gathered Sunday round about the lit tle great toe of Mile. Anna Pavlowa. ' who will dance at the Auditorium ! when the toe gets well. ! The surgeons are not quite sure ', when the toe will be well, but Max i Rabinoff, managing director for the i danzeuse, says that happy condition i will be achieved next Saturday after- j noon. j If Mile. Pavlowa does dance on Sat- j urday or at any other time, it will ! cost her $200,000 because he car- j ried insurance to that amount on her feet, payable only in the event of "permanent disability.'' To dance will be to confess that "permanent dis ability" was not caused by the ac cident in St. Louis when Mile. Pav lowa injured a tendon in her little great toe. . DBUNEENNESS is a curable disease, which requires treatment. The ORRIXH treatment can be used with absolute confidence. It destroys all desire for whis key, beer, or other intoxicants. Can bo given in the home. No sanitarium expense. Xo loss of time from work. Can be given secretly. If after a trial you fail to pet any benefit from its use your money will be refunded. ORRIXE is prepared in two forms: Xo. 1, secret treatment, a powder; ORRIXE Xo. 2, in pill form, for those who desire to take voluntary treat ment. Cords only ?1.'J0 a box. Come in and talk over the matter with us. Ask for booklet. Milton's Drug Store. '. Ly v-A Z3 J V i it Watch Co.. who operd JTeet' I. Tbe the season a11 invincible, are now in rear, whio the singers bu.g ce -m.?,-d the o;h r end .if the cdumn. 'har.'.-iiu' of p-1-.- ti"' v ;;.j.)rs t t e ;t m n; a an '. t!:ere i; i o teliin.g v.ha-re it wi'l -t:d. :i!vl aeiag-s of the s-eral rs bae 1 emril'd t'- Se.-V. n !!:.!;: which iii"v s rr1 god T" T- anees frT the );ev o r L' I v ' - . X e n . v. . f th-- :' b is- r-:. b-r:d and en'v ir'.e with an aeraue ef FARM WAGES ARE HIGHER Pa of Iiiniployes Increases Thirty j Percent in Tvelc Years. i led i :.. r r- r: '..v. 1- I 1 i those ! J) I if. EC M I) PR1 iS!DFT. XEV YK;:. M..rcli 2:. Prof. S'-ioiuon ;.. . ' r ..: i. rti-.l hn- rarv pr.-ide:jt ..: the l'::lted Sr.a j.,gues of Am-riea. .it the --eond at nual convention on ."anday iiiht. I W.xSHINCTOX. March 2!k Steady increase of farm wages over paid factory hand.-; is reported "in a bulletin in from the department (f i agriculture issued Sunday. The country wage Increased '2. 3 percent ! during the past year or a total of V,u percent since Ro2. Factory wages , increase d only 22 percent fn)m l:co i ti RM". Farm lands doubled In val ' ue during this decado. K DON'T LOSi: TIMK TIIAV- KL1NG TO CHICAGO. Spend the forerCMVi In South r.e'ral. leave en the (Jrund Trunk at 11 a. m., en joy a pcnxl luncheon In the dining car and reach Chicago 2 p. m.. In tlm for tunlin. or uratlta-e. Mst cnvcaient depc-t. 1jv ecdonist f.tr. AVest and Northwest Mar. :."th to April lT.:h. Inehel ing points on the Grand Truuk Paclfie, 3.fi. mib-v of which ore now in operation. C. A. MoNutt, Passr. Agt.. (I. T. Ry. St.-ition, 8outh IJend. PLones I5ell f3; Home .V".0. 1 TEDAY 3 P. RH CALL! This Week to End the P LAST till Sa you of th e now you Were we to tell sensational price slashing marking these final days would be dumbfounded because never in your life have you heard of high class furniture be- But we ing so vou come' big -for sur-see- Id for so little. are going to hold the prise until ing them with your own eyes is better ihan reading about them in a news paper. The Daily Auction of this Final Week will make Competition a Mockery. Dining Tables, Buffets, Dressers, Beds, Rockers, etc. Auctions Daily 2:30 and 8 p.m. Music Presents. Comfortable Seats. If you come you buy. You cannot help it. ,:.; hi 1 ? 51 .:-. . ,. V.. ; 'A.', : ' ... . :.' l - C, 'v 4- I' 5- v; . i5 . 1 ' I promise the public the greatest va ues of the sale run in the wind up. GEO. W. WISNOM, Auct. Mo U ' wmhmm. U UUU ViJU & Co 226 SOUTH MICHIGAN ST.