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ONE OF THE MOST BEAUTIFUL GIRLS IN ENGLAND TO MARRY HON. RICHARD STANHOPE Watch the MOMU.V, MAItCII 23. 1911. Carefully Child's Diet '- -- " - - - - - - - - 1 1 1 11 - - - - -- . - - . . .- - - 1- 1 " PWPfW! lifts pPt, ! I ! ; 1 : A -n-V -.4? : - .- -,.'; - "..- 5 , r ' i ''. , . .- " i . - . ' ... . ?. ': . vv..-. A ' 1 f f 1 3 ION'lXX, Mar. 22. The nnnotine rmont tJiat she is to marry the Hon. Richard stanhope, ltrother ami lieir presumptive to the earldom of Stan hope, has brought much attention to Lady I'eryl La Poor Trench, daugh ter of the Karl f Clam-arty by his fust wife, llello Hilton, who was a prominent music hall artist. Iady I.eryl is considered one of the most !eautiful lrN in Kn,'land. She closely resembles her mother, famous for hr loveliness. Star! Them Off Right With a Good Laxative and Then Watch Their Food Mothers are often unconsciously very careless about the d'.t of their chil dren, forcing all to tat the same foods. The fact k-i that all foods do not aizree alike with different persons. Hence, p.void what seems to ronstipate the hild or to give it indigestion, anil ".ro it to take more of what is quick ly di Rested. If the child shows a tendency to constipation it should immediately be Kiven a mild laxative to help the bow els, liy this is not meant a physic or purgative, for these should never be given to children, nor anything like salts, pill, etc. What the child re quires is simply a small dose of the gentlest of medicines, such as Dr. Hr. (.'aid well's yrup Pepsin, which, in the opinion of thousands of watch ful mothers, is the ideal remedy for any child showing a tendency to con stipation, o many things can happen to a constipated child that care is nec essary. Colds, piles, headaches, sleep lessness, and many other anoyances that children .should not have can usually be traced to constipation. Many of America's forerr.ost fami lies are never without iyrup Pepsin, because one can never tell when some Mirmher of the family, may need it. and all can use it. Thousands en dorse it, anion;: them Mrs. M. K. Pat ten. Valley Junction. Iowa, who is never without it in the house. Mrs. Patten says that Syrup Pepsin has f 11 i. w 1 i jm it rf r 1 l it t J v v t v- ry 1 z v J 1 c z I f a ikf w a Wednesday, March 18, Mr. George Robertson had occasion to make a business trip M to New York. Friday morning we received a telegram announcing :i lucky purchase of j 300 Suits and Coats, the balance of stock made expressly for Easter trade by a well j I known manufacturer. The price made Mr. Robertson was so low he bought the entir lot. They arrived by express Saturday, but too late for us to announce them. However, ! they are here and we will place them on sale. Il.UJ'II M. IWTTKX. done wonders for her hoy Ralph, who was constipated from birth but is now j doing- line. Naturally she is enthusi- astic about it and want.; other mothers ' to use it. Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pep- ! sin Is told by druggists at fifty cents' and one dollar a bottle, the latter size being bought by those who alreidy know its value, and it contains pro-; portionatep- more. K very one likes Syrup Pepsin as It is ' very pleasant t the taste. It is also mild and non-?riping and free from injurious ingredient. Families wishing to try a free sam ple bottle ean obtain it postpaid by ad- ilrtssin Dr. W. H. Caldwell, 419 Wash- ington -'t.. Montieello, 111. A ioi-tul card with your name and address on it will do. 13 I I uesday i n r o VAormng, At a price never before heard of in South Bend. I AnTFs PhTTAI PriAT mn in nil ihp InfpQt Hionc niil mntrinls rnlnrino-c N 2d are especially fine. All at one price on Tuesday. SIB o 00 B LADIES' SPECIAL SUITS never- such fine materials sold for less than $25.00 to 30.00. They will all go at one price on Tuesday. OR! TERRITORY 1 BE FQUi Laws Are Not Enforced, Says A. S. Watkins in Talk on 'One Hundred Years on the Water Wagon' A. P. Watkins, who fur two na tional elections, was the prohibition party's choice for president, was the speaker at a prohibition meeting at the hi-h sehool auditorium Sunday afternoon. HU topic was "One Hun dred Year on the Waterwasnn." and lie laid before his audience the var ious methods that have been intro duced in the laFt century to comhat the so.(,il(l liquor evil. " There is no Mieh things as prohi Mtiou tt rritor.' in the li,iteil States today." was a parlieularly epresie territory made by the speaker. . "The reason for thnt i.- the lael; of en-foreemeT-t of laws and legislations in t rritorieM that have been ot--d dry. The ire.ent state and national laws will allow no smh things as genuine 1-rnhibltlon in the fulle-t sense of the word." The speaker then said that the liquor traflie hnd heroine an evil only in the past 100 years. He said that only in that time had there In en par ticularly Ironic Torts set la motion to stamp it out. and the reason that prohibitioni-ts had made no better pro'-rres-? ould be laid to the f.ict that rational and state bodies had given no greatly valraMe aid. Atty. Fred Woo.iward presided at the meeting. .1. K. Loveland an.! leors:e Coer had charge of the mu sh. J. K. Schmidt, chairman of th" .-'i!e t cm pcr '' e.Mijuilte0 pavo a short talk. Mr. Watkins spoke at tiie lirt M. I!. church Sundav nicht. FAIR ViEATHER IS PROMISED THIS WEEK (radual Jteduction to Normal Tcm peraturo A V i 1 1 Pro ail. Says Weatherman. TRY NEWS-TIMES WANT ADS TRY NEWS-TIMES WANT AD. WASHINGTON, i.Mar. L:. Tlie in dications are that generally fair weather with a gradual reaction to normal temperatures will prevail during the next several days over practically all districts east of the Koeky mountains. There will be irosts the tirt part of the week, how ever, in the cast i;ulf and south At lantic states, except southern Florida. West of the Koeky mountains fair weather and normal temperatures ale probable during the week. There is nothing to indicate mark ed storm activity over the country during the week. A disturbance of moderate intensity will appear in the northwest Wednesday or Thursday cross the middle west about Friday and the eastern states near the end of the week. This disturbance will be attended by local areas of precipi tation and he followed by a change to cooler weather in the northern states' east of the Koeky mountains. PENN TOWNSHIP FARMERS TO MEET Permanent School to IU Iii-tmcted n County A-cnt Will I!c Orpuiictl Tuesday. A farm school, the object of which will be to organize- the farmers of Penn township into a permanent school to receive instruction by the county agent, will be held in the Willow Creek ehuroh all day Tuesday by t'uuniy Farm Agent llordner. Tlie move h.ite been discussed at other times and is the result at the success of the other schools that have been conducted over the county b the farm expert. Kveryhody is invited to attend and it is intended to have a big basket dmner at noon. All are requested lo brir.g well tilled baskets. FIGHT TONIGHT WILL SETTLE QUESTION Until Charlie White and Jne Azevedo Have Decisions Over Wolsast. CHICAGO. Mar. L'.'. Charlie White will pull some new gloves over a pair of bandaged hands Monday night in one corner of John Wagner's Racine arena, while Joe Azevedo, the well known California Portugese, is going through the same performance in another angle of the ring. Then will start a battle which zboul.i help to make new history among the light weights. It's only scheduled for ten rounds, but that looks to be enough for this team of willing combatants. Azevedo holds a referee's decision over Wolgast. White is the posses sor of a newspaper verdict over the same Cadillac Dutchman. A decisive victory in Monday even ing's quarrel will be some pumpkins among the members of the class headed by Willie Ritchie and that party will be forced to give the win ner's challenge a hearing. FREE LOVE WILL BE ADVOCATED BY VOTERS SI 8. 50 a p ft L ' f A Kahhl Sihcrinaii Says Suffiagets Are a Number of Misguided Women. Don't miss this ereat sale. w Dim (ffg res ROBBER WHO KILLED POLICEMAN WILL DIE David Wliittley is Seriously Wounded in Fight With St. Louis Police. ST. LOUIS, Mo.. March 20. David Wliittley, a highwayman, who shot and killed Patrolman William K. Sffnher, early this morning: when he was caught committing his second holdup of the night, is dying at the city hospital from a wound he inflict ed himself when several policemen chaved and cornered him in an alley. Whittley's companion. David O'Con nor, confessed to the holdup, but says that Whittley, with whom he had been drinking, placed a revolver at his stomach and forced him to help in the stick-ups. ONLY THREE DRINKS A DAY lie Moderate in All Things. Says This Near Centenarian. TRY NEWS-TIMES WANT ADS WASHINGTON. March 2H.-Austin C. Winslow, ly years old Saturday de elared Sunday he had attained this longevity by following the biblical in junction to he "moderate in all things" and by not taking more than three drinks of whiskey a day. inee William Henry Harrison as pired to the white house, Mr. Winslow has known and voted for every pres ident who ever occupied that high of fice, r a number of years he was a government employe. LIGHTS DYNAMITE STICK WHEELING. W. Va.. March 22. "While temporarily insane, Timothy Kelly committed suicide Sunday at his home in Lanark, by exploding a stick of dynamite on his chest. His body was blown to fragments. Hefore ending his own life Kelly had tried to kill the wife and daughter of his brother. NEW YORK, March 2H. A re markable sermon on "feminism" was preached by Rev. Dr. Joseph Silver man, the widely known Jewish rabbi, in Temple Emanuel Sunday. "There are a number of misguided women interested in the suffrage movement." he said, "and to them I want to Fay (estimable women as they are) that if the women are accorded the ballot the majority who will vote; v. ill be those who will advocate free love, and the result will be that wo men will become unsexed." Rabbi Silverman commended the Catholic church for its attitude on woman suffrage and called upon the Urotestant churches "in the interest of the children unborn" to do likewise. CHURCH NOT ORGANIZED TO BATTLE WITH EVIL Itcv. IT. L. Davis Compares the Fall of Jericho With the Present Day Conlllct. That the modern fight of right against wrong could be compared with the fall of Jericho was the con tention of Rev. II. L. Davis at the First M. K. church Sunday morning. He said that the nations that warred upon the city were analagous with the modern evils and the inhabitants of the city and the city itself were the same as the righteous thing. of today. "Jushua was lead to believe," he said, "that the fall of Jericho was traceable to the iniluenco of God. That is what makes the fall of the city comparable with the modern battle of right and wrong. Many things happen to a man that he thinks God could have left out of his life. "The church in years gone by has not been as thoroughly organized to fi.qrht against wrong as has the King dom of Evil been prepared to light the Kingdom of Eight." A. S. Watkins, who delivered an address at the high school in the aft ernoon, was the speaker at night. His subject was based upon the modern battle against the liquor traffic. l n Henrietta, Mohairs, Storm and French Serges, Brocades, Plaids, Batiste and Pop lins, 36 to 40 in., special 48c yard. .44 in. Mohair in black and navy with white hair line, 75c and $1.00 yard. 44 in. Storm and French Serges, always reliable ever popular 75c yard. 40 in. All Wool Diagonals, in navy; black, wine and tan, 69c yard. Wool Krinkle Crepes, something new, $1.25 yd. 48 in. Wool Ratine, in Bordeaux, Rus sian green, Tango blue and copen, $1.50 yard. 48 in. Black Chiffon Broadcloth, spong ed and shrunk, $1.50, $2.00 yard. 1 Sin. Foulards, Cheney Bros., in all color for 47c yard. 24 in. Showerproof Foulards, Cheney Bros., a big value at 85c yard. 36 in. Striped Messaline, in all the fan cy coloring, $1.00 yard. 40 in. Crepe de Chene, the ideal mater ial for gowns, $1.50 yard. 38 in. Brocade Poplins, for dresses and linings, $1.25 yard. 27 in. Messaline, all colors, shades, $1.00 value, 75c yard. 36 in. Krinkle Crepe, the best value shown, at $2.00 yard. 40 in. Printed Crepe de Chene, our very best at $2.00 yard. n White yard. 0 White Wash Silk with color stripe for waists, at 19c. Plisse Crepe, a fine fabric for many uses, 15c, 19c and 25c. Long Cloth, very soft finish. Special, 98c and $1.35. 1,000 yards of White. Goods, in figured madras, stripes, Swiss and dimities, at 10c j CO.Uj MAX 1HKP. PIIII-ADKM'UIA. Pa.. March 2". "William C. ISullitt, well known coal operator, lawyer and former vice ' V mm t I p 36 inch Voile and Voile Crepe, a very popular material, at 25c yard. Ratine, 36 to 43 in., exceptional value for 25c to 89c Dotted Swiss, 32 in., embroidered figures, at 50c L iu Hi i IH Tti!!I'"r'-""'i ' T m m-tht-.rm.j my i ( mi'mimmn !1 president of the Norfolk and Western railroad, died Sunday, acred 37 years. HAS BLUr. SUNDAY. NEWPORT, Ti. I., Mar. 2C. Mayor Patrick J. Boyle issued in order 11 1 m t? it m,m f V. ARAN I E Everything selling at one-fifth less than regular prices SIBLEY HARDWARE COMPANY I .i t pi pi . ;i S 1 " through the polic9 department Sun day which closed every store except news dealers, ice cream and restaur ants and drug stores. Mazuire, well known as a tlu-atrieal manager and newspaperman, died Sunday at his home in V. l''tth st., after a prolonged illness. TRY NEWS-TIMES WANT ADS T -T AT XrM'IIJI." 1U C NEW YORK. Mar. K.-Tn'omas J. TRY NEWS-TIMES WANT ADS '9 mv nn ,W i 1 V t mii kt'd i Pure Italian Olive Gil ALWAYS FRESH AT The Eli el Pharmacy EMIL REYER, Ph. Gv Mgr. Cor. Washington Ave. & Lafayette St. Phones:. Home 5392; Bell 392. Polly and Her Pak Copyright, ID 14, International News Service. If They Don't Look Out Pa Will Be Mr' It PUKPtL -J-M,, , V lm I'M! Wl& OFF V0UR HtAD THIS IMSTUMl!! I ' . I II I m xfi WiwK (e mm- I . . I I . i i i - 1 1 ' ' ' ' ' " ' mmm-M Man mmmmm mm DID VOU I HE4R OUCH 5 Boo'.Hoo OUH Hoo! 1 'i , 1 V : ' -ki3 w-irV y Thi Am Mo 1