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THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIiVltS.
NO DOWRY WAS PAID WHEN THIS AMERICAN GIRL MARRIED LORD COMOYS Distinctively inuivicaias -MO.VDAY. MAKCJI 23, lull t'&WW .. . V ' ? - " ' V : ' U 1 1' f " ' ' . . - , j If ' ': v - v' : U ' .'- .:- r- v0' n - . -'x - -v. - . : . r7'--'r?r-:: v I V v-. ; - . . . f - . . - - , . " X " V - ' r- ' I j- ' . . . . . .;. . 9., . ; . . V.- . .y - . ' t . . . j . . ... : . ... . 'i ' " ' ' . ' ' i - '. '- v. . V, . V- J,'-: -V :-: ' . s " -., V .- . ! V The details of th preniiptial asree-mf-nt ntt-red into ly MIk.s Mildrorl Sherman, who inherited $12. 000. CO) from her grandmother, and Ralph Julian Stnnor, Ird Camoy?. a few days before their marriage, which was solemnize-! at New York on Nov. 2.", 1111. have Jtist Ixrn made puldio as a result of the tiling of the agretment at F'rovidnee. . I. It is an aton ihing contract in comparison with other similar arranremnts made prior to international marriage.-., in that no dowry was paid to the nolde husband. Trustees vvere appointed to manage the estate of the Iady Catnoys, who re tains control of every cent of the in come threfrom. The only provision made for Lord ('amov is tliat he is to receive $10-0.000 for hi.s absolute use in the event of Lady Camoys dy ing before she reaches the age of ::3 and leaves no children. If children are left. Lord Camoys shall receive J the income from $100,000 for the re mainder of his life. TURKISH BLEND CIGARETTES SOME NEWS NOTES. Davies Laundry. Iloth phones. Islie. the optician. "01 S. Mich. St. Dr. Stoeckley, dentist, 311 J. M. S. j. , . ...... v . ' - :V--' : . 5 - Ixrtl and Lady t'ainoy and their baby -on. Fiellevue hospital as a last resort. Dr. Howard passed the crisis on the fol lowing day and is recovering from what was thought a fatal illness. NEW PNEUMONIA CURE TO BE ANNOUNCED SOON Sorum I'sed by KockcfHIcr Institute Doctors is Proving Suc- Xi;V YOllK. March As the result of experiments begun last fall by the physicians of the Rockefeller institute, a new serum, which has proved successful in 1H of loo pneu monia cases, has been cultivated and will be announced to the medical world. The serum is made from the blood of a horse into which have been in jected pn-umoc-oeci germs. It Is in jected intra vancousiy and relieves pneumonia by bringing about a crisis in from 12 to !S hours. The fatal termination of pneumonia cases, ac ording to medical authorities is due to a delay of from three to seven days before the crisis is readied. While the new serum has been used in about 10-Ot cases at the Rockefeller hospital the first outside use of it was on Tues day of last week when it was admin istered to Dr. P. M. Howard of CHICKEN COOP VISITED A. A. Dodge, 728 Diamond Av Loses l ive Valuable Ulrds. For the second time this wiiuer the northwestern part of the city has suf fered at the hands of chicken thieves. This time A. A. Dodge, 72 8 Diamond av., was the victim. His chicken house was entered Saturday night and the thief got away with tivc val uable birds. The neighborhood ear lier in the winter had suffered at the hands of thiev?s. At that time the police kept a close watch of the al leys and dark streets and succeded for a time in keeping trie marauders away. The theft Saturday night was the lirst in several weeks. HELPED TO J3UILD CHICAGO HjHimi L. Smith. Leader of That C ity, is Dead. other railroads, Chicago Telephone company and the Commonwealth-Edison, company. WILL TEACH WOMEN HOW TO KEEP YOUTH Harmony Between Mind and Ilody is Needed, According: to Mrs. Uoscr Watts. CHICAGO. March 2S. llyron L. Smith, president of the Northern Trust company, a leader in the group of men who financed and built the Chicago of today, died Sunday at his home. He was tfl years old. Death was caused by a complication of the heart following an infection of tho throat contracted about two weeks ago. Mr. Smith was a director in the Chi cago and Northwestern and several NEW YORK, March 23. Mrs. Ro ger Watts of London, has come to America to teach American women' how to regain the suppleness and elas ticity of youth even thougn they may have reached the age of 40 or more. Through long study of Greek exer cises, Greek stauary and Greek his tory on the island Capri. Mrs. Watts discovered that the secret of perennial youth lay in the establishment and maintenance of harmony between the mind and body. The basic principle of her exercises is balance. She does not advocate the elimination of cor sets and wears clothes made after the prevailing fashion, but she has shoes built on a special last with a low heel end a straight Inside line from toe to instep. Stubborn, Annoying Cough Cured "My husband had a coutrh for fifteen years and my son for eight years. Dr. King's New Discovery completely cured them, for which I am meet thankful," writes Mrs. David Moor, of Saginaw. Ala. What Dr. King's New Discovery did for these men. it will do for you. Dr. King's New Discovery should be in every home. Stops hacV ng coughs, relieves la grippe and all throat and lung ailments. Money back if it fails. All druggists. Price 50c and $1.00. OCOWTHE STORE" THAT0FFERS YOU HOREOWOOOOOWO liL o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o PURCHASE SA: t We have purchased 1,200 pairs of Ladies' Shoes and Pumps at a compara tively small limine. And among the various lots are some of the most remarkable values we have ever offered. Sale Starts Tuesday Morning at 8 O'clock 600 pairs Ladies' Patent and Gim Metal, mat or cloth top, low and high heels; S3.00 values, V W I w 600 pairs Ladies' Patent and Gun Metal Pumps, Cuban or kidnev heels; S3. 00 values. NN 116-122 EAST WAYNE STREET. O o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o , wssa j;? RAISES DUESTIOPJ x L S TO REAL II Miss Bronson Asks What Right Miss La Follette Has to Her Father's Name After Turn ing Down Husband's. WASHING! TON. March 23. Miss Minnie Hronson. secretary of the Na tional association Opposed to Woman .Suffrage, issued a red hot statement Sunday night attacking Miss Fola La I'ollette, wife of George Middleton and daughter of Senator I,aFoIlette of Wisconsin, for urin. married women to refuse to assume the names of their husbands. Miss Bronson said: "Perhaps tho most amusing feature of this insane twaddle, if it can be called amusing, is the plea of Miss Ia Toilette (Mrs. George Middleton) tho parenthesis is mine, for the right of a woman to . retain her maiden name after marriage and to be called Miss instead of Mrs. because it was no business of the world's whether a woman is married or not. "Now Miss La Follette, although a married woman, prefers her father's name to her husband's, but what right j has she to call La l ollette her maid en name? Is her maiden name her father's name, or is it mith, or Jones, or Brown, or whatever name her mother bore before she was married and even then, was that not her mother's father's name? "It would seem, therefore, that Miss La Follette instead of retaining hr identity as she claims she does, has become inextricably mixed as to name and the only solution for such a tangle if women generally adopted the plan would bo to go back tqfirst principles and call women Eves and all men Adams." liave an individ uality possessed hy no other. WOULD AVENGE DEATH Railroad Officials Admit Plot to Run Olympian Special In to Ditch Fourth Attempt Made Saturday Night. SPUING BLOOD AM) SYSTI1M cli:ansi:u. During the winter months impuri ties accumulate, your blood becomes impure and thick, your kidneys, liver and bowels fail to work, causing so called 'Spring Fever." You feel tired, weak and lazy. Klectric Bitters the spring tonic and system cleanser is what you need; they stimulate the kidneys, liver and bowels to healthy action, expel blood impurities and re store your health, strength and am bition. Electric Bitters makes you feel like new. Start a four weeks treatment It will put you In line shape for your spring work. Guaran teed. All Druggists. 50c. and $1.00 at all druggists. Adv. Home Face Peeling Becomes Popular No complexion treatment yet disoverefl seems to imve Irtvome so ?ucrally and f-o immediately popular :is luereolized wax process. 'Evidently tbe reason is that this method netually gets rid of a bad complexion, which can hardly be aid tf any other. To temporarily hio or 1leach the defective skin with "Osnu'tirs, cannot -omrare with th effect of literally remov ing the skin itself. Mereolized wax takes oft the offeudinfr surfa-e skin in fiotir-like particles, a little at a time, until there's none of it loft. The now complexion thus produced exhibit a healthy glow and girlish beauty obtainable in no other way. This wax, which you can get at your druggist's, is applied at night in the sanio way you us cold cream, ond washed off next morning. Here is one thing that actually does re move wrinkles, remove them quickly, and at trifling ost : Powdered saxolite. 1 oz., dissolved iu z pt. witch hazel. Vse as a face bath. CHUCAGO, March ' Evidence found ' today by detectives investigat ing the wreck of the "Olympian Spe cial" of the Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul railroad near Potomac and Central Park avenue Saturday night, shows positively that it was deliber ately planned to ditch the train at the risk of killing scores of passengers and the crew. Furthermore, officials of the rail road company let it be known that this was the fourth attempt within the last few we?ks to wreck the fast pas senger train. They admitted that more than fifty of their detectives have been patroling every foot of the line from the Union depot to the city limits in an effort to thwart the plans of four men whose tactics showed beyond doubt that they were deter mined to wreck the "Olympian Spe cial" at all hazards. Despite this vigilance, however, the wreckers managed to evade their watchers just long enough to remove two fish plates containing the rails. Under the Division street viaduct about a half mile away were found Sunday crowbars and othc tools that were used by the wreckers. These same tools Were stolen from the St. Paul sheds at Western avenue three days ago. The bolts and spikes were hastily, but carefully removed from the plates. Tho electric wires running from the plates to the signal post 00 feet away were manipulated in such a manner as would prevent the red dan ger sign from appearing. With the gTeen or right of way sig nal displayed the transcontinental train which left the Union station at 10:13 that night rushed ahead. The rails suddenly spread. The engine jumped the tracks, but was prevented from toppling into the ditch by the steel sides of the viaduct. Ten feet beyond the viaduct the front part of the locomotive turned over on its left Bide and the tender and baggage car plowed their way fifty feet down the thirty-foot embankment. Engineer Peter Haddock, Fireman Allan J. Stolz and Baggageman A. P. Kelly, all of Milwaukee, were seriously injyred", but are expected to recover. The passengers, although shaken up, were saved by the steel coaches which remained on the. track. Just why these same men have. been seeking for the last three weeks to cause sirch a disaster, officials and detectives of the company will not divulge. They declare that robbery is not the motive, as no attempt was made to hold up the passengers after the train was wrecked. It was reported that it was the work of four foreigners who were seeking revenge for the death of one Jhtima Cbupoixs can be exchanged for distinctive Giftsf'"-", X of their relatives who was accidentally killed by tho same train some tiirte j ago. The officials would not verify this report. They admitted that they bad clews which would result in a speedy capture of the perpetrators. I c s C . V7 .v BATTLESHIPS BEING BUILT BY JAPANESE Navy (.raft Contracts IJrin? Activi ties of Asiatic Nation to Light. WASHINGTON, March Three big battleships never publicly an no' need in her naval program are under secret construction by the Japanese government. These arc in addition to four dreadnaughts and three dreadnaught cruisers which have been publicly proclaimed. Al together therefore Japan is now found to have actually under con struction how many more are plan ned is not known seven dread naughts in addition to dreadnaught cruisers and incidental men of war. This outranks the naval program M any other nation in the world today. Discovery of the secret building program has just come about in con nection with tho navy graft contracts in Japan which threaten the down fall of the Yamamnta and navy men in Washington are mystified over the meaning of the secret tactics of the Japanese. Mm rw .A ' w" ' CHARGES ARE MADE ' AGAINST CHINA CONSUL James McNally U Accused of Uiib ing and Corrupting I'liiiio-o CMbeiaK Rubber stamps and alphabets; blank books and otlice supplies. H. A. Per shing, 20o K. Wayne st. Advt. WASHINGTON, March -2?.. Um bcz.lcmcnt. bribery ;nd -irruptiMU cd" Cliinesc hIVk ials arc sonic nf the charges laid against James C Mc Nally, a Pittsburgh man who H Amer ican consul at Tsin Tau. 'liina. As a result '!" the charges the propctsd transfer .f McNally from his prcsi-i t post to Nuremberg. Havana, is bdng held uj. The charges were f;rst made four rars ago, but were only recently brought to the attention of tbe United States senate. An investigation K being made by a sub-committee cum Pom d of Senators Oliver. Uletcher and P.atisdell. Retailers' Excursion to Indianapolis via NORTHERiN INDIANA RAILWAY MARCH 24, 1914. Kate Leave South .Bend 11:00 A.M. It. Trip Iave Mishawaka ll:ld A.M. $:).s.", p. Trip The Indianapolis Chanilicr of Connnereo wili entertain at dinner on March 24th. I 9:00 a. in. on March 2."ith party will g given auiomubilc trip about city of Indianapolis as guests of wholesale houses. Special rales at Hotel Severin for party. Social will leave Indianapolis on March L'.'th. a .":( '" p. m. Tickets good returning on regular cars on March ir, 2u and 27. Call Bell Phone No. 732, net later than 8:00 a. m. on March 24th to make arrangements tor trip. CHICAGO, SOUTH BEND AND NORTHERN INDIANA RAILWAY CO. Another One of the Many Bargains at Smith & Wher'rett's FIRST ANNUAL SPRING SALE 45-lb. Genuine Cotton Felt Mattress with roll edge Only $4.95 (OOOx50UTH BEND'S BIGGEST SHOE STOREoOOOOOO Hundreds of People are Buying the Grand BARGAINS we are offering During this Big Sale Every day. Better Come! South Bend1 s Cash Store This has proven to be the GREATEST SALE of Home Furnishings ever held in South Bend. Better Come! tt 326-328 South Michigan Street When our wagon de livers Furniture to your home evtrbody will know that it is paid for. 1