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THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES.
This "Ad" Offers 36 MoneY Saving litems, for Tomorrowat WymamY s Store News Store News Well Known Resident of South' Bend Had Celebrated 87th Birthday Anniversary in February. Come and See Us TUESDAY SPECIALS Come and See Us 10 IS .MM GREENE. PIONEER. IS DEAD Geo, Wyman & Co, Mrs. Mary Knott Or oene, :lo N. Main !.. a pioneer Fattier of this county, died at her residence early Monday i.orning after a' brief illness. On 1. Oth. Mr?. fJrrenc celebrated her kVth birthday, bring one of the oldest residents of the county. Mrs. Greene has been intensely Interested in cur rent affairs, taking a deep intenst in work at the Presbyt rian chnroli. where she was an active member for a u u m J-r of ears. Sh whs born l-Vb. H. 127. in Orerne county; Ohio. Hr maiden name was Mary Knotts. Shr oanu' west with bor parents when she was 12 yearn old and madw the long trip to Indiana through th wilderness in u. covered an. Her parents located on tho Yel low river m-ar Walkerton, where they built one of the lirst log cabins. In dians were their f.rst neighbors. Sho received her education in the county schools and in the fall of 1 S 4 1 . was married to the Iato Jackson Greene. Of their six children. Charles B. Greene, of this city, survives her. A sister. Mrs. Jane Baer. of Petoskey, Mich., is also living. Funeral services will bo held at the i evidence "Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock, llev. A. Llppincott will of fciate and burial will be in the Sump tion Prairie cemeiery. DEATHS. MItS. M'sANAII VAN SCOUK. Mrs. Susanah VanScork. for SO a ears a member of the North I,ibrty brethren ehurch, and a resident of Liberty township for more than a half century, died at the residence of hot daughter. .Mrs-. O. C. Gillon, i::03 S. Main St., after an illness of two months, early Monday morning-. Mrs. VanScork wa.s one of tho oldest icsidents of Liberty township, being Mi years old. She was born in Miami county. Ohio, Juno 10, 1SC0. Sho was u.arriefi in 1S51. to Mr. VanScork, who died nine, years ago. Besides the daughter, at whoso home she, died, Mrs. W. A. Whitmer, a daughter in Chicago, a son John in Mishawaka, 19 grandchildren and nine great grand children survive her. A short funeral service will be lield at tho residence of her daughter in this city, at 8 o'clock Wednesday morning ; nil the body will bo taken to North Liberty on the i o'clock Lake Erie train for burial. J toy. M. Clyde Ilorst, of tho Second church of the Brethren, will oificiate at the service. A ser Ico will be held at the brethren hureh at 9:4a o'clock, before the burial which will bo made in tho North Liberty cemetery. miis. j am j -is i. lenxox. Mr. James I. Lennox, G, years old, died at Corey Lake, Mich., at mid- nitfht Sunday. For a number of years Mrs. Lennox was a. resident of- thin ity and moved to the lake nine years ago. Mrs. Victor Kdwardson, of 'orey bike, Mrs. Robert fcsyples, of Detroit, find Taber Lennox, her chil dren, survivo iier. The body will be brought here for burial at 3:20- o'clock Tuesday and will be taken to the resi dence, of John Kelly, 6 32 Carroll st. I'uneral services will be held Thursday. CAKIj SCHUIUTKT. Carl Schubert, sr., lb, residing at Lakeville, formerly of South Rend, died SMmday afternoon nt 3 o'clock, following" an il!ness of nine months of benrt trouble. Mr. Schubert come; to St. Joseph county 4 0 years ago from 'hampaign. 111., where he first settled after coming to American from Germany. He was born in Germany. Nov. 22. isc;. He is survived by his wife and sev en children as follows: "Mrs. I'vi .Miller and Arthur Schubert, Aurora. 111.: Mrs. William Pickens, Kdwanl Schubert and f'harles Schubert. South I 'end ; Mrs. Chris Feasonheiser, Lake ille: William Schubert. Los Angeles. Calif. i.bo.WKb s. vi-:iss. Leonard S. Weiss, jr.. .":'. died Sun day evening at o'clock of cancer. He was a well known farmer of i'nlon township, and had been ill a little more than a ear. He was born Aug. 11. lM'.l. He is survived by his father, Leon aid Weiss, sr.. who Is S2 ears old, Woodland, ind.: two .visiters, a daugh ter ami a son. The sifters are Mrs. Kdward Mochel. Woodland, and Mrs. I'ranklin Fries. Penn township. Ralph S. Weiss and Mrs. lialph Rogers, both of 1'nion township, are the son and laughter. Funeral services will be held at the f.irm lmiiv Wednesday morning at 11 oYloek. M. Wilhelm. of Lake- ille. will otticiate and burial will be :a Palmers Prairie cemetery. Special merchandise has been taken from every department to make this Tuesday's selling of advantage to you ha or mrrwTiLiectay Oely 20c Colored Border Scrim, 12c 36 inch Scrim, with beautiful colored border floral. Very dainty for bed room. Regular 20c Tuesday 1xzz. Third Floor 35c Scotch Madras, 25c 36 inches wide Scotch madras Cream colored. A line imported curtain material, regular 35c Tues day 25c. Third Floor 8c Japanese Crepe, 14c 29 inch Japanese Crepe, plain colored or iigured, full line of colors and designs. Excellent kimona ma terial. Regular 18c Tuesday 14c. First Floor. 50c French Poplin, 29c 27 inches wide, in white, pink, blue and Copenhag en a pretty material for dress or waist. 50c regular Tuesday 29c. First Floor. 65c Tapestry Squares, each 47jc 25 and 27 inch squares of tapestry, for pillow mak ing or upholstering 65c. and 75c regular Tuesday 47V2c Third Floor Ecru Cable Net Curtains, 2,98 Regular $4.50 to $5.00 a pair. A few remaining to close Tuesday at $2.98. Third Floor 15c Flannelette, 74-c 32 inches wide in Blue, Red, White and Tan, also various designs 1 5c regular Tuesday 7lAc. First Floor. 50c All Wool Challie, 35c 29 inch All Wool Challie, in Persian design and dif ferent patterns of red regular 50c Challie Tuesday 35c. First Floor. 85c Kimona Silk, 59c 32 inch Silk in floral patterns four patterns for choice. Regular 85c silk Tuesday 59c. First Floor. 25c Misses' Lisle Hose, 19c Regular 25c Black Lisle hose in the following sizes only: 6, 7j, 8, 8 Tuesday at 19c. First Floor. 25c Boy's Fleece Hose, 19c In black only fleeced Regular all season at 25c to close Tuesday at 19c. First Floor. 50c GirTs Fleeced Union Suit, 35c Girls' or Muses' Fleeced Union Suits of regular 50c quality, slightly soiled from handling. Tuesday while they last 35c. First Floor. 25c Infant's All Silk Hose, 19c ' . In Black, White, Blue, Pink and Tan Sizes 4, 4, 5, 5Jj, 6, 6, 25c regular, Tuesday 19c. First Floor. 75c Muslin Underskirt, 59c Misses' Muslin Underskirt in lengths 30 to 34 inch es. Embroidery trimmed. Several styles for choice. 75c regular. Tuesday 59c. Second Floor 1.25 Ladies' Muslin Gown, 69c Embroidery trim full size gown long sleeves a very durable 1.25 gown Tuesday at 69c. Second Floor 25c Infant's Knit Sacque, 12c A dainty infant Sacque in white with Pink or Blue trim regular 25c. Tuesday 12c. Second Floor 35c White Apron, 17c In white only large and small size embroidered and hemstitched 35c apron Tuesday at 17c. Second Floor Ear Ring Special, for Tuesday at 39c 48 pairs of 1.00, 1.50 and 2.00 quality ear rings of late style and novelty Tuesday at 39c. First Floor. 14-to 3 inch Machine Torchon Lace, 4c Ladies' Percale Dress, 39 Three dozen in assorted sizes and color designs for practical house wear at about one-half price to close for Tuesday at 39c. Second Floor 10c Challie at 6c 27 inch Challie, in various designs and colors reg ular 10c Challie Tuesday at 6 c. First Floor. 8c Dress Gingham. 6c Our regular stock in 27 inch Gingham large as sortment of colors and figures. Regular 8c Tuesday 6c. Hirst Floor. 17x32 inch Huck Towel, 7c w . ' Fine bleached huck towel 17x32, with fancy red border very special Tuesday at 7c. First Floor. Mercerized Tablecloth, 85c Size 64x64 beautiful mercerized Pattern Table cloth full bleached and hemstiched. $1.25 quality table cloth Tuesday at 85c. First Floor. Machine torchon lace edges and insertions to 3 inches wide regular 8c to 10c a yard. You may buy for the season Tuesday at 4c yard. First Floor. 1.00 Crash Runners, 69c 7 For library tables or den tables fringed ends em broidered in colors regular 1.00, Tuesday at 69c. First Floor. Silk Shadow Veil, 79c Handsome white silk shadow veil y2 yards in length; regular 1.00 Tuesday 79c. First Floor. Bui garian Band Trimming, 19c yd. Worth up to 50 and 75 cents a yard Bulgarian band trimming 2 inches wide, for hat and dress trim, Tuesday 19c. First Floor. L25 Embroidered Pillow Case, 85c pr 45 inch wide embroidered pillow case several pat terns for selection. 1.25 pillow cases Tuesday at 85c pair. First Floor. Ironing Wax, 2 for 5c Regular 5c quality for Tuesday 2 for 5c. First Floor. 1 Lot Beauty Pins, 5c pr. One lot of regular 10c Beauty Pins; strong with safety Clasp. Tuesday 5c pair. First Floor. 1.50 doz. Tumblers, LOO Straight and bell shaped tumblers, with beautiful etching. Regular 1.50 doz., Tuesday 1.00 doz. 6 for 50c. First Floor. Toilet Specials, for Tuesday 75c "Just a Touch" face powder imported in cream, flesh and brunette at 38c. Cream de Meridor, greaseless cold cream, 25c regu lar, Tuesday 12c. First Floor. Rug Specials, for Tuesday One 6. ft. x 8 ft. 9 in. Wilton Velvet 9.00. One 8 ft. 3 in. x 1 1 ft. 10 Wire Tapestrw 11.00. One 10 ft. 6 in. x 12 ft. 10 wire Tapestry $15.00. One 6 ft. x 10 ft. 6 in. 10 wire Tapestry, 8.75. Third Floor DALLY GETS PROMOTION Yamlalia liiimi I'reiiilU Acnt hs to SC. " Louis. R. II. l)ally. division frnyht aMit r? th Vaiulaiu railroad, who at p r (-- nt is in charf of th .South Heml headquarter, has bfn prumott'd to division freight art :U r tho sarin road at Si. Louis. Th promotion liM-ame effective Monday, when .Mr. Dally left to as suir.o his now position. I . Monti-ornery, of Tern Haute, has loen ap-l-ointed to p'nwtl Mr. Dally in . narge of the South 1'ond divi.-ion of- ce. Th promotion of Dally conic? as :i i cognition of his services of more than ;H e;t.rs "with the railroad. Ho Iirs l.ren ut tho ht ad of the Smith iiend otJioe for the past several years. WILL IMPROVE HIGHWAY Hoard of County CoinmK-ionrrs ;rant.s Petition. A i'iit,w:i signod ly (ioorge V. 'm liut inful and otheis praying that SAFETY FIRST hen Spring NihhU Art Ilmmlit at CHAS. B. SAX & CO. tho hir.hway in Lincoln township bo improved, was presented to tho board of county commissioners Monday morning and after discussion by tho hoard was doomed sufficient ftJid tho board appointed Peter Oberley and A. C. Manglis as viewers and Henderson McClollan as engineer for this work, 'iho board asked that tho report be tiled hv May 16. Tho viewers and tho engineer will meet Saturday to qualify. BEACHEY, SAILING FOR LONDON, CALLS OCEAN FLIGHT NOT FEASIBLE CHICAGO. March 2?.. Lincoln Pea hey, America's premior oviator, Monday is on his way to Now York, from which place ho will ship his fiy L.K machine to Iondon. Heachey will give several exhibitions of looping tho loop, living upside- down, and perform- njr other aerial feats which haw made him famous. Talking of tho proposed tliffht across tho Atlantic. lieachey said the feat is not feasible. Tho tlier asserted that a string' of battleships would have to bo .-tationed 200 miles apart in order that landing- places will b at tho dis posal of the aviators to tako on fresh supplies of gasoline. Ho also sa,ld that 1 efore an aviator attempts the feat he should be made to fly from Chicago to Detroit without a stop in order to assure perfect safety enough to cross t h ocean. TWO HELD FOR COAL THEFT ARE RELEASED; BICYCLE CASE IS UP John Carlminski ami Steve liela ski, both of 706 Ingley a v., were charged In police court Monday morn ing with stealing coal from a dealer In the west end. They took C3 cents worth. It was alleged. Tho judge or dered them to keep away from coal that does not belong to them and suspended sentence. CHICAGO. In tho general raid on gambling houses the police arrested 23 members of tho Club De Cusinlers at (iareons do Falle, who were celebrat ing the honor of the Kronrh cooks and tilcra with u. social i'ame. Jay Evans. 115 Tutt st.. and Kert Struby. 4 32 S Carroll St.. were given suspended sentences when they were found guilty of stealing a bicycle from John DeWildc, 11 2C W. Jeffer son blvd. Sturby said that Kvans urged him to take tho wheel while ho watched the owner, who was in a saloon on Jefferson blvd. Grate. Cleve- police is bo- Ldward Cowan and Harry who gave their addresses as land. O.. will bo held by tho for further Investigation as it lieved they are wanted on charges in other cities. They wore picke.d up at the Lako Shore station by detec tives and were arraigned on vagrancy charges in police court Monday morn ing. Both pleaded guilty and were turned over to the chief of police by Judge Warner. MEXOMINKK. Grasping the leg of a chair on which stood a tub of boil ing water. two-year-old Dorothy Trappe overturned tho water on her self and is dying from the burns. Her lu-year-old brother is swathed in bandages as a result of throwing gaso line on the furnace tire to replenish It- TRIES NEW GUN: IS FINED Paul llolobut Ilres Revolver and Scares Bartender. Paul Ifolobut, 317 Munson .st., was lined JTi and costs in police court for carrying concealed weapons. It is re ported that ho fired a SS-calibro re volver in a saloon on E. Washington st. Inst Saturday night and that the bartender and proprietor of the place were frightened. The man said he just purchased the new gun and wanted to see how it worked so pull ed the trigger while ho stood in the saloon. The bullet went through a door and into a wall. Police con fiscated the weapon. with tho South Bend Symphony or chestra. Anothor feature of the opening night's entertainment will bo t num bers by the Logansport boy scout band which will present an electrical nov elty feature. WOMAN DROPS CHARGE AND IS HERSELF ARRESTED Mclvin ird and Mrs. Ella Chamber I'm Taken on Charge Ponding Since Lat rail. JUMPS IN FRONT OF TRAIN WHEN SEARCH FOR WORK IS FUTILE Edward Sajka, 906 W. Division St., accidentally got arrested, he told the courr., for beinr drunk last Saturday night. Judge Warner threatened to shut him up with Jim O'Donnell and Huey D-chan if he gets drunk again and in this case suspended sentence. NOTED SINGER COMING Heath Givgory. Opera Star. Will Sins in South Ileiul During- Convention. Plans for a great program to open the entertainment of tho Indiana United Commercial Travelers, who will convene in South B-nd this spring. :;ro rapidly being perfected. It was announced Monday that Heath Greg ory, noted bass singer of the Metro politan Opera company, had been se cured to sing at a concert in tho Olivet theater on the eening of June 4. Gregory will appear iu conjunction An assault and battery charge; pre ferred by Ella Chamberlain against Melvin lord. 125 S. Michigan St., was dismissed in police court Monday morning and both wero later arrested on a statutory charge brought against them by the woman's mother. Mrs. Chamberlin has been em ployed its housekeeper for Lord and a charge was made against him that he struck her. She told the court that the trouble had been sof.led and asked for a dismissal of the case. When Iord was released ho was re arrested and Mrs. Chamberlin was arrested. They will be arraigned Tuesday. The now charge has been pending against them since last fall, officials having been unable to make the arrests. CARSON CITY. Col. C. P. Morse, once stf.t- labor commissioner and prominent in politics in the state, is lead here. Col. Morse served with the Third Michigan cavalry through the Civil war and attained the rank of colonel while in the service. He was 7 ;t.ars vdd. The mail who committed suicide by deliberately throwing himself in front of a Lake Shore train near Winkler's lato Friday afternoon was positively identified Monday morning as Henry Mestdagh. who f.r the last few months has been boarding at the home of Albert DomMing, 536 Kos ciuszko st. Dombling visited the Yerrick morgue Monday, where the body of his friend was taken, and identified it as that of Mestdagh. who came to this city from Detroit. Mich., last fall and sinc then has been unul.de to find employment. This failure caused him to grow de spondent and to take the measures that led to his death last week, it is believed by Dombling. With four other men he left his home Friday morning in search of work. Ho visit ed several factories and left his com panions in the afternoon and down the Grand Trunk tracks, was whore thev saw him last Monday. It is believed he vralked.to th- Lake Shore crossing, where his body was found. No official verdiet has been returned by Coroner Swantz. The body will be held in the ( ity for several days, pending the arrival of a sister, whom officials are trying to locate. went This until WELLESLEY GIRLS WORK AS CLERKS TO RAISE FUND FOR NEW HALL NYEELESLEY. Mass.. Mar- h J '. In direct dofanee of striet orders f.. tho oollego faeuliy, flVe V .!.! v -;:'! will tomorrow be standing behind t. counters of a big Boston depart:. store, aeting as sales girls, to b : raise funds for a r.-w Wellr-cl-v . ., Jee dormitory. Three of th girls : Miss Dorothy Kahn. of Br.-.okh n. Mi Marguerite Samuels. -f Nateh-. Miss.; and Mi.-s Adele Klau--. of Vi ;: burg. Mis. Tiie -iris will be pa.d S : .t v.e.-k I , their services. Thev will work f.. two weeks the remainder of the (,.; lege vacation y.ison and all they a; Will be donatej to a lund to io l;. -. place f oJIege hall whi h Was detrM-. cd b- lire. a SNOW IN" DETROIT. DETROIT. Mich.. March 2: Two and a half inches of snow fell during the night in Detroit and districts we.-i and north of here. Today is warmer anj clear. ROBBER CAUGHT. BEGS POLICE TO KILL HIM FOR SAKE OF FAMILV CHICAGO . March ,.-. : ... was Herbert I io.-n:"e!d after h- a-::r :: ted. a share in a $170o dollar : . that he :.e:;:ed sev-r:'l ;le -. :.u : : end his misery by shooting' h:v:. i his knee., with tears s!reurn::;g !'w;i his face, pleaded with I t - ; i v t Ti'-rriey and Bergep to kill hi::: "!'e a wife and :ie children in a farm in St. ('lair c:T,y. Mie-hican." ! :-.!.' .-d "For hea ev'v. .i'Ne, d'.'.'t let ti.e'l! kU''A . l'e ,N'tl". ' M. S sn,i ri'tiney ! tio : i M- i'.i.t . 1 tills roi'tej-- :J,i h.ie I.e!;-.- v ..mierf ul! .' "', ::' " -.'t:! De!.-.-t:. 't i.ey. "W'm lurfl warle ;h- city's lijl!ta."