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THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES.
TTTSnAY, MATCH 21. 1011 I I w c v7 ylf fAc Great "Faquiri" Paris Model EjJiibition held af the Ritz-Carlton Hotel, New York City, from March third to eighth, the one great fashion novelty shown on iJmost even' dress and blouse was THE JAPANESE COLLAR. This smart fashion innovation was first described and illustrated by Pic torial Review in the March number i-uvA February 15 th, and continued in the April number. Once again, as usual. Pictorial Re view was the first American publica tion to present the new style Befcre you decide on your Spring and Summer dresses, visit our pattern department and ask to see the follow ing patterns illustrating the Japanese Collar: f FOR LADIES 5553 5570 5531 5583 5609 5596 FOR MISSES 5542 5598 5604 5582 5599 Wain 5570 L-irt 5601 1 5c for each number FOR GIRLS 5614 Tor sale at all Pictorial Reriew Pattern Agencies 1 IT 1LERS USE E SLAVE A g3 New Jersey, Indiana fe$&.& Illinois R. R. Co. Department of Justice Finds Evidence of Prominent Men; Being Mulcted of Much Money. Mayo Mefchot, "Rosebud of North," Captures High Officials' Hearts T.y ' - ' : . ,' '. , .... .. ' tL jj . . . - ' . ' -. .v ym Z jr" - V V y cVs-y, - ' IATO MHTITOT, AGED NINE. PO RTLAND'S FAVORITE ROSEBUD. PORTIvAXT Oro.. rar. 2J. Svpr two inU a few riDbl?. to turn numerous American K'l-t ha.vo also remains for nine-year-oM ISi.'iyo M?th f a v.holc niff of governors, may Wilson, too. Mayo Methot Is already f?n actress tho Bakr theater in Portland, amon Littlest Rebel". In Wahlnton. Nw York. Thllade ZIayo stole th lieartn of b.pr mm in with her and wa.s pl.ued hd ne.i -f Mayor (mynor of Now Yfrk, and as if nhe wem his own daught''. In "loved me to ilealh," says Mayo and city. little Miss Mothot i a direct desce Hi French beauties have caused one or hie from the pedestal of dlsnity and won over hlf?h public officials, but it ot of this city to" capture the hearts ors, and other officials and Pres. of fame, having played many part"? at K thtm LeinK the difficult role of "Tho Iphia, St. Louis and many other cities public life. Pres. Wilson shook hands .1 kissed her. Mayo sat on the lap the governor of Maryland hugged her IJ.'iltimoro the mayor there nearly she won biff hearts in every other ndant of Pres. Zachary Taylor. ARMY FUNDS ARE SHORT Secretary (Harrison Wants Deficiency Appropriation. WASiriNf!TO., Mar. 24. Recauso tlo a" my hr.H grown in numbers since te '.11 of J912 out of all proportion t the funds given it by congress. Fecv. of War Harrison Monday asked the" house to provide $3,610,104.29 as a deficiency appropriation, to carry the establishment until the end of the fiscal year. 'PROFS" TALK, TO WILSON WASH INC TON. March 24. Tmmt rratlon ouestiors were discussed with Pres. Wilson Mondav by a roup of GOOD NEWS FOR YOU! PAIN DISAPPEARS! Have You Heard About "The Road to Quick Relief"? Better Get Acquainted With Speedway. Trer' x:mm Jot for you ia on Nntle of Siiway thva in a whole jcar of iir.ug ilajs. For speeds y 1hs tak tin ttv'H aai p?,.i:s nwaj. SvvIthv is fir those tlrt'il. stia Jo.nts for tnii'i and .jir.iltis for rheumatic limb tbtit make you wi-e ecry time ou Lla br un with Spelwfty! Peel fr'ky n-l flJfl Jy vi:ii!lv nppljinj? tLls inaio i.nlm. It f:fl goo.i wtrn you it you Jei Ukt a run ptTMni aftfward. Puttie? it on full tre-jgt a rubbing Knt!y uniil t'l kin glows Is Jut tbe !hlng. IVr ci.'H-dw.iy -aunot burn or T'l'ater the sk'-i. lt' a 5.tbl:ig and ,!f.,Mijt a tiit itT'-r. It nniit taiu t1-!i r tl-.f d.iititiwt f:ib;1- l-ir.g a k!:.l :ti:l :.t r u.-I -and ji:.t us ure no It i" .iiir'-:i!. .uiiiKs-' on go -tL-1 first minute yvti fcet t!; elifiTive. t L. L.khIoii :i n 1 buy b-tt of Si.iway. ItottT x-t ti" lnr-.' tit. aiil It faithfully t!.-u u "ill nbvol Jt-ly rt-lve tli' silts jip.:u'.-l -r the lnii:5l n-nirn w z,i ':.ey. j ,-i w m j" ii ll.,o trt"! timI siini Jully uv-d for jcar by m go-! .l s,-..t h j.hyHloiau. Now it is vt'a th. world -pffljr f prove jour "road t iul k r Uvf." Tr U ttow. college professors including Prof. H. V. Fairchild of Yale, Prof. Jeremiah W. Jenks of New York university. Prof. Kdward A. Ross of Wisconsin university and A. A. Woods of Boston. RIOTS ON AGAIN IN LISBON (General Strike of Various Trades lias Ueeii Called. LONDON. March 2 4. A dispatch from Lima, Peru, says the situation there hus again assumed a mopt seri ous aspect. Ten persons were wound ed in riots Monday and Sunday and troops aro patrolling tho streets to prevent further outbreaks. A general striko has been called in tho various trades and an extraordi nary session of congress was convened Monday afternoon to confer on tho crisis. BOMBSHELL FOR SPOONERS La(Jripio Victims Must Not Kiss Says Physician. WASHINGTON. March 24. Dr. (J. Norris, assistant health officer of the District of Columbia, threw a bomb rhell into the camp of honeym:oners and encaged couples Monday when he declared that persons suffering from even a mild form of grippe should not indulge in kissing. Dr. Norris refused to recognize any alleviating circumstances in his dic tum. II says harshly and brutally. "Those afflicted with la grippe should UL-s no one." FALLS OFF TItAIN. RKNFSKLAER. Ind.. March 2L llarlet Hrown of Lagoda. In I., whosa half frozen body was found in a corn field near h're, is dying. He fell off a Monon p:tsenger train leaving Chicago at ? o'clock at night und was found 1G hours later by a train i t ew. WASHINGTON. March 24. That many men prominent and otherwise have been tho victims of blackmailers using the white slave act to force payments of money was admitted at the department of justice Monday. It was asserted, however, that no cam paign was being conducted by the de partment of Justice, but that these cass received attention In the regu lar course of business. "Many men." said Chief Biela.sk! of tho bureau of investigation, "are be ing held up under the supposition that they will bo arrested upon com plaint of any one who has v right to ask for help from the department of Justice. Fearing publicity the victim usually will respond with the; payment of money. It ought to be understood that the United States government will not take up every caso of this kind. It is the case wherein a fla grant violation of the law has been reported or which government officials will take cognizance." HUNTER IS NOW DIVORCED Rut His Wife Beat Ilini Decree. to the William Hunter is divorced from his wife, Minnie Hunter, according to his wish but it did not just come about as William had planned. Hunter started suit for divorce from his wife in the superior court about two months ago alleging that he and his wife should be set free for rea sons which he gavo and which he con sidered good and sufficient." The case came to a hearing a week ago and at that time the plaintiff told a story that would probably have won him his divorce had be been able to supply tho necessary jurisdictional witnesses. The two he had provided turned out to be still paying for homes on contract and did not come under the definition of "free holders". Will iam took another whirl at it Monday and his wife was on hand to light the divorce. Hunter graciously agreed to have the default set aside and Mrs. Hunter then filed a cross complain and cross bill and asked for a divorce from William on her own account. The court heard the two parties and after Mrs. Hunter had denied every thing her spouse said, ho decided to give her the divorce she asked. Ihis effectually disposed of Williams' suit as he now had no wife to divorce. Mrs. Hunter was given her maiden name, Minnie Slantz, again. HUSBAND OF BILLY RUGH HEROINE SERIOUSLY ILL Police Can't Take Leon Kline Back to Gary on Larceny CI large. Schulze labels mean the best in bread Refuse any bread that does not bear one of the JScutfye- labels. They are your guide and protection. An absolute as surance that you have the finest, cleanest loaf ever baked. You will find them on the various kinds of ScAuLjt, Bread. And there is a loaf of cUitt Bread to please your family's taste. Look for the &AuCjc Brand. Ton: tabli: no. c. Fffectlvo March '2nd, 1911. Schalie Boy W.f).i Butter-Nut Big-Dandy Quality Bread Pan-Dandy Prince Henry Rye SOUTH HuFNI). No. 1 No. 3 S 5 Fmjfh Inl am 10 nrn 2 pq ruivr riMi aa lor.T.'an l: pn Wbartor.s C:.V,' n 10:42 an 2 A2 pia 8wfuen 7.fam lOi.'.lam p :a t ric-? ............ 7:15am ll;X'am 30pni NORTH ROUNT). No. i No. 4 Nv 0 Fine 7 :- an 11 :4."i am .1 :2."i pn Fweene.TB 7:f7 am 11 :;.7 am 5:37 j-ta Wbirtoni h:Wara UrO'ipm jm Kiz-T 8 am 12: pm Z V5 roa houth Uead 8:30am 12:."ii::i 4:10.ra All trains daily except Sunday. This Company Reserves right to vary from this without notice. H. J. JACKSON. Commercial Ant. Stnts for Men and Women $15, $18 and $20. Easy Payment! GATELY'S tl? E. Jeffcraori Bird. MM Delivered Daily Fresh from the Ovens pBuy a loaf of Sc&uCjc Bread today at your grocers 5c and 10c, according to size. Schulze Baking Co. TTwn i 1 3 Mm mm. Bp. Ticket- SpocialJst in Chronic DIko.xsm of Men and Womm. Ortlce in Toepp Building, Opposite PostofHeo. SIXTY AT SONG REHEARSAL City Choirs Prepare For May Music Festival. The second rehearsal of the cora hined choirs of Mishawaka and this city for the purpose of learning sonps and choruses for the May music fes tival was held last night in the. South Bend Conservatory hall. The meeting was reported to have been a success ful one in every way, and favorable comment was heard upon the plan to form a permanent organization of the singers from "both cities. More than 60 were present at the rehearsal last night, which was in charge of Milton B. Griffith, who is training the large chorus. The next rehearsal will bo held next Tuesday night In the First Presbyterian church in Mishawaka, PETITION IS TURNED DOWN Reshlents.of Turkey Creek Koal Want Improvements. A petition from residents of Union township asking for highway improve ment on the Michigan road was granted and another petition from residents of the Rime township asking for improvement for the Turkey creek road was turned down at the meeting of tho county hoard of com missioners Saturday. John K. Ray and James I. Franso were appointed reviewers and County Surveyor Mc Clcllan named as engineer. The rea son for turning down the Turkey creek proposition is that the road was more than three miles long and would not be of general public benefit. Call at the Coliseum Garage and see tbe Appers-n Jack Rabb?t. and Krit Automobile. Advt. ' Raincoats and Rubbera AT THE RUBBER STORE 20C S. Michigan St. Public Drug Store New Location 124 N. MICHIGAN ST. I I T - i 'I I l' 4 GARY, Ind., March 24. Leon j Kline, husband of Ethel Smith Kline, the Billy Rugh heroine, ia seriously ill with typhoid fever at the home of his parents in Muncie, Ind. As a re sult Capt. Thomas Aydelotte, of the Gary police department was unable j to bring young Kline back to Gary ! where ho ia wanted on a larceny charge. .t. .- jmr. v- - TO STOP IJXPOIITING. WASHINGTON. March 24. Sen. Sutherland Monday introduced an j amendment to the Walsh radium bill i permitting tho president to prohibit j the exportation of radium-bearing i ores whenever it appears that the sup ply in the United States is too small for domestic use by reason of ex portation. , 1 OGQ1 01 i ft n i:.i:i)lTOR DFAD. MiiNTCLUK, Clo.. March 24. William Alexander Piatt, 59, former state printing commissioner and for mer editor of the New York Mail and Express, died Monday, Rubber stamps and alphabets; blank books and oiflce supplies. II. A. Per shing, 203 E. Wayne st. Advt. MOTHER OF SCHOOL GIRL - Tells How Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Re stored Her Daugh ter's Health. Plover, Iowa. "From a small child my 13 year old daughter h&d female weakness. I spoke to three doctors about it and they did not help her any. Lydia E. Pinkham'3 Vegetable Com pound had been of great benefit to me, so I decided to have her give it a trial. She has taken five bottles of the Vege table Compound ac cording to directions on the bottle and she is cured of this trouble. She was all run down when she started taking the Compound and her periods did not come right. . She was so poorly and weak that I often had to help her dress herself, but now the is regular and is growing strong and healthy." Mrs. Martlv Helvig, Plover, Iowa. Hundreds of such letters expressing gratitude for the good Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound has accom plished are constantly being received, proving the reliability of this grand old remedy. If you are ill do not drag along and continue to suffer day in and day out but at once take Lydia E. PinkhanTs Vege table Corr pound, a woman's remedy for woman's il.s. If you want special advice write to Ljdia I-.PInkhaxn Medicine Co. (confi dential) Lynn, Mass. Your letter will be opened, read and answered hj a woman and liel'I In strict coallJcucc, IN ONE TREATMENT We USE Neo Salvarsan or 914 TV TTPft W LURE :. n MEN The New German treatment is this loathesome condition. For the remedy that you should demand when suffering froir years, even ages, doctors have been treating this curse 01 humanity by administering drugs and poisons. Tho old-time method was purely empirical. is being, almost entirely based upon what this or that doctor concluded to use on his patient, the treat ment in many cases being more injurious than the disease itself, causing the germs to be bottled up in the blood. The New German Remedy "OH," Neosal varsan, is truly scientific, and has done more to relieve sufferers from this disease than any other discovery of this or any other age. 4 -V - - Ol K 1(1 . 1' Hi A i.l i 1 ,. t NO 'llti: NO PAY No Pain, Return Home Same Day IS Li Giving a patient Neo-Salvarsan, "914," Prof, uriich's New German Remedy for Blood Poison, This is the intravenous meth od, directely into the blood, the only way is should be given. Extract from letter of Prof. Ehrlieh: Judging- from all the reports received by mt, it appears that the intravenous injection is to be preferred to all other methods of administration, as far as permaccy of effect Is concerned. Although I have to admit that this method of administration will prove an obstacle to the introduction of the remedy in general practice, , on account of certain technical difficulties. I believe that the Interests of the patient demand that only the most efficient form of treatment ahoull be decided upon. I should feel much obliged to you If you will aa hereto fore assist me in this direction, and in the future aploy as much as possible of the intravenous mode for the administration of the remedy. (Signed) P. IIHRLICH. Hydrocele, Rupture, Piles Cured to Stay Cured in OneTreatment VARICOCELE Varicocele is a diseased condl caused by blows, kicks, falls, hea or may be a symptom only of so The proper treatment consis of dispelling the stagnant blood a well as internal medication to st blood supply to these veins. Though causing: you no troub will, if permitted to go without th stroy the elements of vitality. We dally demonstrate that Va cured without cutting-, burning or tlon of the scrotal vein. Tt may be vy lifting, mumps, -;irly ind i.s-re tlon, me special weakness. ts of local application for tlui purpose nd contracting the swollen veln-s. a. renvthen the nerves vhi-h govern tho le at th-e present time, your Varicocele e proper treatment. Impair and de- ricocele can be positively and spee-dlly any other form of operation. UNNATURAL DISCHARGES Unnatural discharges, whether recent or -hroni; Gonorrhea, Gleet. Stricture. Inflammation of the Bladder and Prostate. ( rehitLfl, IIj-lro-cele and Varicocele in all their j-tae. forniH and t impiieu.tions, cured Quickly, permanently and without hindrance to bu.im by remedies tested in many years of special practice. NERVO-VITAL DEBILITY SYMPTOMS The patient is usually undecided and timid; at times there may b great despondency and Io9 of energy, a i'llng that re covery is impossible; digestion sometimes weak; complexion sickly; un able to endure much exertion of any kind; muscles weak and flabby; In ability to concentrate the mind, and aversion to society. TREATMENT Aiter a careful study of the SPECIAL, RVMTTOMS OF EACH CASE, the proper treatment is prescribed accordingly. Cer tain drugs temporarily cause an irritative stimulation. ! it their u'i never results In permanent benefit, and often does mu h barm. The remedies we use are absolutely free from all yuch. and. whil- acting with rapidity, leave PERMANENT EFFECTS. Th good results once obtained, the patient is not forced to contin-ie their use. STRICTURE For the benefit of Stricture we have discovered and develope-d a system that gives all the benefits of surgery without the pain that surgery involves; a painless syptem of curing Stricture which act di rectly upon tiie affected parts, dissolves the abnormal tissue, stops all irritation and allays all Inflammation of the Bladder and Prostate. NOT A DOLLAR NEED BE PAID UNLESS CURED CALL FOR FREE CONSULTATION AND ADVICE. ELEENER. COMPANY 109V2 W. Washington Ave. Ofrice Honrs: 9 a- m. to 8 p. m. Sunday, 9 a m. to 12 rru South Bend, Indiana. 3C