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THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES ITIOi! FARM LOft BODIES TO ASSIST GROWERS WOMEN SUFFRAGE IS LEADING TO FEMINISM Lucy .1. Trice Sees I hi -line of j MiMlcrn Home in DcmainI ! For Vole. ! CINCINNATI. .. May U. That 'woman j-uffraKe will r cr.tually lo.nl to feminism which will man the : 1'olitioii of the inoilern hrrf was i tlu statement made here Tuesday in lan address Jeli ored ly Miss Ducy J. j lrir prominent anti-sufiragt advo- . i ate of Cleveland, who is ( onsidrred Measure That Will Permit of th- most itblc nponent of the surrru Loans on First Mortgages is rh- address wa delivered before . . . . ,, , the Hamilton eountv association, op. Introduced in House Hasji- u woman suffrage, in pan - . . . . 1 Miss Price said: ApprOVal Of President. j "Thf Kreut .lanr of the suffrage I movement. vhi h in a movement of ! r troffression, is that the suffragists are rowin' logical; they realize that ! when they say they want the vote, he- May i.: designed to ma ke WASHINGTON. frtinHTs credit Mil tasir t the borrowing ca.a ity of agri ctMtorists en producing land and to encourage land owning over tenancy, was presented to the house Tuesday afternoon by Hep. Vll'kley of tile house banking and currency commit tee. This iegilatinn x U-ing urged by Pres. Wilson. 'Hie bill is presented without the endorsement of the house: committee whit h ha.s been working on the legislation fr months-, but ha4 failed to re.teh an agreement. Hater it will be made the subject of a spe cial democratic caucus to insure votes for its passage. 1,'nnYr the provisions of the tenta tive bill tile government is authorized! to issue special farm loan bonds, bear-j ing nve per cent interest to tne ex tent of $.,l)iM),Olni ;t year, the issue to be controlled i,y the federal reserve board. In the elaborate scheme for the ad ministration of thl n-w financial sys- ca.use they have a right to it, that they arc saying 'we have the right be cause the men have it.' "Thev are beginning to follow this up witYi the logical asking for the identification of women's service and legal position Avith that of the men. It is leading to leminism. The fem- J inist writers all admit that this, in j turn, must lead to the doing away i with this home as it exists today, j when man and woman are both out j in the world drawing pay envelopes, j tate nurseries, community kinder ! gartens and kitchens u.s recommended 1 by the feminist writers will then be necessary." ARRANGEMENTS MADE FOR CIRCUS WEDDING liiceiw Secured and .Jiistiir is Heady to Olliciate on Tlmr?- T ne- da j. nal arrangements have been tem for the country, it is provided i made for the big wedding in the that national farm loan associations arena of the Young Huffalo shows to are to be organized, each to have not morrow evening. As has been pre less than jlii.nou capital stock in J viously announced, Robert Kane and shares of not less than j Miss Florence Lee, two of the riders IiOuiiN on MorC'u-t. ! with the show, will be married in the These associations an" authorized to : arena at the evening performance as make lorma of currency funds secured ! ii xtra. added teature. Many in- bv first m.rtgage on farm lands with- M'uries nae oeen maue ai me news paper oflices where gilts lor the c-tuple may be sent, and it is probable that between the various stores of the city, as well as from many private in dividuals, a very good start toward housekeeping will be afforded the happy couple. Today the "twenty-four hour man" for the Young Buffalo shows, that is, the man who .travels one day ahead of the show to complete final ar rangements for the big aggregation, secured from the county clerk's of fice the required license, which has been placed in the mands of Justice of the Peace J. V. AYypiszynski, who will perform the ceremony. OLD IE G S. NOTHUHT SEHV p UL Stuart G. Gibbony Tells Senate r 'n . . -r"i.i -r I a a' I uommiuee inai mey mean Better Service and Lower Rates. its stock below par. The powers that are sufficie nt to control such coprora tfen, already were lodged in the var ious states. Senator Cummins and other mem bers of the - committee pointed out. that the great majority of holding companies would not come tinder the operations of the proposed law, be cause thev diil not do an interstate j business and for the further reason i that where they did they could hard i ly be said to be competitive when their operations were in different cities. Wednesday the committee will hear liwrence Chamberlain, who repre sents the Investment Hankers association. WASHINGTON. May 13. Stuart O. Gibbony of New York Tuesday told the senate committee on inter state commerce, now engaged in con sidering the Newlands trade commis sion bill, that hedding companies meant better service and lower rates to the people. Tuesday's hearing was devoted to in t lie farm loan district to be sup plied by the associations; to buy and sell from any other farm loan asso ciations endoised first mortgages; to buy and sell farm loan bonds and t'nited States bonds; to buy anil sell lands acquired in satisfac tion of debts, or purchased at sales under judg ments, decrees or mortgages held by them. No loans are to he made except on first mortgages, each of which must contain an agreement for the reduc tion of the face of the p an through annual or semi-annual payments. Mortgages shall run for at bast five vears and not more than :'.0 years and the loan may be paid at any in terest payment date after the live year period, either in cash or farm loan bonds. Must. Need tin .Money. Loans are to be made nl.y to liquidate indebtedness of the owner of the land mortgaged for improvement id" farm lands, purchase of equipment or stock, or purchase of a farm home. No loan is to exceed oU per c ent of the value of the land mortgaged and 27 per i-ent of the value of the build ing, nor to an amount in excess of Jl.ooO to any one borrower. Twelve federal land bank districts are to be established by the federal reserve board with home oilices in cities to be designated by the board. The; farm loan associations of each district are to unite in one federal land banking association with nine directors, three to be appointed by the federal reserve board. Kach federal land bank is to have 5 ."00.000 capital. T0 per cent in cash, the ri.--.Ta nee either cash or first mort gages. Ten per cent of the capital stock is to be invested in t'nited States bonds. The hank may not accept general deposits or do a general bank ing business. To Invito I'arni llonds. Farm loan bonds are to be issued in denominations of 5 1 0 1 $."oo and $1,000 in series of not less than $100. W, their terms to be fixed by the federal reserve board. The creation of a reserve fund is provided to be set apart to meet any losses incurred through non-payment of principle or interest on the loans. The- banks loan associations capital Ftock, reserves, surplus and bonds are to be exempt from federal, state and local taxation. Festal savings may be invested in farm loan bonds. Iiep. Ibilkbv made this statement on the effect of the bill: "It makes land mortgage security available for investment in a national market. The proposed bonds will be adetjuatedy protected by the hypothe cation of mortgage's. the endorsement of the respective local associations, tlo responsibility of the land bank issuing the- bonds, and the guarantee of all the other land banks." Coughed. for Three Years. "I am a lover of your godsend to humanity and science. Your medi cine. Dr. King's New Discovery, cured my cough of three years standing," says Jennie Flemminjr, of New Dover, Ohio. Have you an annoying cough? If, it stubborn and won't yield to treat ment? Get a "i0. bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery to-day. What it did for Jennie Flemrr.ing it will do for you, no matter how stubborn or chronic a cough may be. It stops a cough and stops throat and lung trouble. Rllef or money back. 50c. and $1.00. Recommended by All Druggists. Advt. RAIN KEEPS CADETS FROM SHOWING DRILLS Captain Itohin-on Iraio Notre Dame Men For Improvement in lit Year. Because of the heavy rain yester day, drilling outdoors was impossible representatives of holding companies and the annual government inspection and public utility corporations, a number of whom were present and protested against the trade commis sion bill in its present shape so far as it affects the operations of holding companies. "In the electrical field alone," said Mr. Gibbony, "in 14 years the effi ciency of the electric lamp has been increased 2t5S percent while the cost of current has been reduced 61 per cent. The lowered cost of public utility service has been practically the only reduction in the cost of liv ing in recent years." Senator Robinson, democrat, and Senator Cummins, republican, took exceptions to this statement. They contended that the decreased cost was due to technical improvements. Mr. Gibbony appeared as counsel for Bertron. Griscom & Co. of New York and Philadelphia, a concern that is largely interested in the United .states Gas and Electric corporations, which operate public in New York and a number of other states. They also control the American Citrus Co.. which operates public utilities in five southern states. Bernard Flexner of Chicago, attor ney for the Middle West Utilities companies, told the committee that corporation had beddings extending to :J1" different cities. He criticized that section of the bill which would prohibit a corporation from engag ing in Interstate commerce if it sells of the Notre Dame cadet regiment was held in the big gymnasium. Capt. F. I. Robinson, of the general staff. t S. A., who conducted the inspection, was well satisfied with the showing of the local students and said that the Notre Dame cadets had shown a iiiui nru o T iue iii oci uu u w oi iv of last year. Because of the inability to drill in the. open, battle exercises formed no part of the operations of the Notre Dame regiment. Regimental, hatallion and company drill, together with an individual In spection of the cadets composed yes terday's inspection. Capt. F. P. Rob inson especially congratulated Co. F of Brownson hall. The officer of this company are: Cadets Captain Martin I-:. Walter. First Dieut. Charles Som mers and First Searg. Edwin Rott. The inspecting officer also spoke high ly of Companies B, A and D. The main refectory at the univer sity wis decorated with Fmted States flogs and Notre Dame pennants in honor of the visiting captain. TEMPORARY METHOD FOR SENATE ELECTIONS Bill iTovidiiur That State Liws Re garding Representatives Can Ik Applied, Pas.es. WASHINGTON. May 13. Relieving1 legislative diiliculties in those states that have not passed laws providing for the popular election of senators, the house Tuesday passed a senate bill providing a temporary method of conducting such nominations and Sec tions. The bill supplements existing state laws by providing that where there is no existing machinery of election of senators, the state laws regulating the nomination and election of repre sentatives at large shall he applied. In fdates where no such laws exist the procedure shall be the same as that providing for the nomination and election of governor of such state. It is provided specifically that in any case the candidates for senator re ceiving the highest number of votes shall be deemed elected. Good looks bring happiness, friends care more for us wtien we meet them with a clean, smiling face, bright eyes, sparkling with wealth. Take Hollis- ter's Rocky Mountain Tea to liven you up, cleanse the blood, regulate the stomach, be healthy and happy. 35c. Toa or Tablets. Coonley Drug Store. Adv. iUUWiui riL'V3 4JL iuj ivy nc &lr3iill(fri,ml IDXSEJSIlij. ilfeolt 036 2hntfb l&zz &jtt&t, Aunt Sally's Advice To Beauty Seekers Lydi-: says: "I've tried most everything for n.7 freckle, but can't lose -them. Wlni t do you suggest?" Kei answer to "Stella."" The treatment siur-restc-d I've never known to fail in any ease of freckles or other cutaneous bltunish. 1'. J. K. asks: "Is there anything better than manage to remove wrinkles".'" Too much massaging may aggravate a wrin kled condition, tending to soften and loosen the tissue. I advise bathing ihe fa-e in an astringent lotion mole ly dis solving an oun-fe of powdered saxolite In a half pint witch hazel. This is remark ably effee-tive. Stella writes: "My complexion i hor ribly muddy. What shall I do for it?" Jet an ounce of inere-olizt-d wax at voiir druggist's. Apply this nightly like you'd use cold cream, washing it off mornings. This will cfiusc the offensive eutide gradu ally to make way, by a process of gentle absorption, for the clear, velvety halthv hued skin underneath. Woman's Ileal in. SOME NEWS NOTES. Davles Laundry. Hoth phones. Leslie. the optician, "ol S. Mich. Dr. Stoeckley, dentist. "11 J. M, S. Frederic VV. Berryman i Tiivnir.i: or piano, oik. an and voicr Ti;rnu:. Organist and Choir Director of lt ; M. 1 1, rinircli. i Studio rul X. Main. Cor. Marion iiomi: imiom: hui; :0Mmn f m 7 !i Q r - (if oral ?4i AO 5 Health and happiness awaits you, prosperity hastens at your call, opportunity is knock ing at your door, you are the master of vour fate. What shall the fate be a to keep even struggle grocer and the & lan dlord, Hector or :appm It's Time to clean ycur house. See cur new patterns and get our prices. I. V. Lower Decorating Co. Goo for Lighting and Cooking GAS COMPANY 0 corM84 MORE MANHATTANS This store is justly recog nized as the "Manhattan Store" of South Bend. We sell more Manhattans than any store in Indiana. The most comprehensive selection of new patterns is being shown. No where will you find your desire for variety more thoroughly gratified. There is no doubt of Adler Brothers being the "Manhattan Store" of South Bend. $1.50 up to $5.00 Abler Brothers MICHIGAN A N D Branch Store Notn W Ji S II I N C, T O X' Djuive University ( J LISTEN TO OUR STORY: On Lincoln Highway (Michigan avenue road), ten minutes' walk from city car service, we are selling acreage lots for suburban homes. The soil is rich and fertile, the water good and the location healthy. 1 Living on this sub-division you avoid heavy city taxes and assessments. 2 You enjoy all the advantages of the city and avoid its burdens. 3 You can raise more than enough fruit and vegetables to supply a family. 4 You can raise chickens enough to materially reduce the cosi of living. 5 You can raise hogs for more than family consumption. 6 Yoti can keep a cow. 7 And in doing all of this you are not only saving money but you are building health for yourself and family. At slight expense you can make your home as modem as any city home. FIGURE THIS OUT THIS EVENING. Add to your saving in rent or investment, the items of tax reduction, poultry and eggs, milk and butter, fruit and vegetables the total will equal more than one-third your entire cost of living. You can make this saving every year in Post place. Prices reasonable Terms S5.00 per month Discount for cash. Let us show you this property. By appointment we will take you to see it anv day. DO IT NOW. O O F 1 x Home Phone 5866; Bell 866. TSvpv SUMMERS BLDG. 17 1 J - . t M T X 3s r. X - : lit. . 1- x -.V- 1 v-4