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vi:ini:siay, ju.vi: 10, 1011 THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES. SAVES HORSES FRO 1 3E n 100 dozen Men's Fine Silk Hosiery reinforced heel and toe; all -i q colors; pair A DEATH FROM FUMES Men's fine, Pure Thread Sillc Hosiery, in large va riety of colors; regular 5oc quality; EJr pair JUC Policeman Johnny Pallo Rushes into Burning Stable Driv ing Animals to Safety. A AX AiyjLEP. - f o, a r-rn n.n t I i ! 119 Vest Washington Avenue Folicnman Johnny Pallo prove 1 a hro last nlffht In a fir which il 6Lroyf4 th barn t I'Wi.s M. Schwartz, 421 Chapin ft. Pallo rushttl into the barn vrhf-n it was a mxss of llarae and rvsruo thro horses be fore the fire department racheil the Kna. The barn burned to the ground. That Pallo was in the thick of the lire anl that ho arrived none too fJO ALUM, fJO LITfiE PHOSPHATE with Mrs. I). L,. Stover Tuesday even ing. June 9. The Children's day exercises of th M. K. Siindav .school will be iriven con is evidenced by the fact that the, r.,-,, w i v,; v, i n hair on th.. ha-ka of the hordes wai Jun 14 ln tho hlh Fcho1 audito Lurnej off in hix patch-?. riu. the church building is be-ins "When the tri w;v.s tirt discovered j repaired. All or the services of th1 by Pallo it had already rained .on-j hunh will be held in the auditorium fciderablo headway. It was m en atj-indav nlrr.ost the same time by a passerby ' m.-V Y:iiz;ilnth TM.li-. will u..,x- s.nt. Pallo Instructed him to pull the !rH nrd;iy for an c.xten(ll.cl visit with n.Ia. r,V tV WJ? tlV r,lshed to thw j tlWM at UolllnK irairie. South IVnd bcene of the fire. The barn was an and Val;iaraiso. Mr,. Pi(1 expect3 f.u'T filkV? S"ll; y?'1 to make her home at Valparaiso, burned like tinder Pa lo heard the! Thft Iuf K. Aid socitv h0lkin.ana 5,nort,n5 ?. U,hlIl- I niM Wednesdv afternoon with Mrs. J'r" flrp n Tii.-.i- 1tr.1,i: . tho llamos and plunged in. He un tied the horses, but they rfusrd to bud.tje. He then tore off a bip plank from the stall ami L'-k'an Jabblnic and pushing the horses with it. After con siderable effort h managed to force them out where they were caught by bystanders and takn away. Pallo then stumbled out from tho smoke-laden barn which collapsed a few minutes later. Several ton.-? of hay, harness and other properties were lost in tho GRANDCHILDREN ASK FOR SHARE IN ESTATE Mcrl and Vcni Itlneluirt Filo Suit Against the Administratrix. Alloln that the inventory and ap praisement hied in the circuit court is Incorrect and that they are heirs to one-ninth share in the estate of Jacob Ilinehart. ilerl and Vern Itinehart have filed suit in the circuit court aKnlnst I-ucy Ilinehart, tho admini stratrix of the estate in an effort to secure a share of the property. The two plaintiffs are grandchil dren of Jacob Rinehart, the deceased husband of tho dfndant. and it is claimed that the administratrix failed to file a correct report of property owned by their grandfather while It is also alleged that he was of unsound mind when he transferred certain property In April, I'J03, accepting a note made out to the administratrix for $!,10Cr as part payment. The plaintiffs assert that the de fendant should have had no share in this and that she forced her hus band to have the note made out in her name. They ask that the ad ministratrix refund the money to the estate and that it be divided equally amonsr tho heirs. RAISE MONEY TO BE USED FOR BUILDING I. Warner were in Smth. P.end W -nesday. Mrs. S. L,. Sutherland and Miss Marietta Porden of Iaporte are guests of their sister. Mrs. James Proud. Miss Hattie ISorden was in Iaporte Wednesday, the guest of friends. IU'SKIKK. Adam K. Walkins has traded his! farm for Mishawaka property. Mr. and Mrs. Sherman spent Satur day with friends at South Bend. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Sohafer delight fully entertained a number of their friends Saturday evening at a G o'clock j dinner. Among those present were j .Mr. and Mrs. William Brown of Xa polian. O. CieorK Ieach has returned from a short visit at Indianapolis. Harry O. (. Cripe, who was injured last week while riding on a street car at South Ib-nd, is slowly improving. Mr. Cripe will enter suit in the near future for injuries received. Oust Schrader was in South Bend Saturday. Harry Coyle. William DeVall of South Bend and Irving' Beach motored to Blkhart Sunday. Louis Knott and Bert Barber spent Saturday evening in South Iiend with friends. 'Tr'r-rr:TT The Difference Is r.csistcrea U. S. I'at. OCce. "DRUCO" Heals Take cuts, burns, scalds, bruises, &c. Half a dozen preparations you've used would antiseptically cleanse the wound! They do that, and they stop right there! "DRUCO does everything they do, in the way of antiseptic washing of the wound but it goes further, and HEALS COMPLETELY, commencing with the application of the first drop! "Just pour it on!' Simple, isn't it? Ovp That's all YOU have to do JYn leave the rest to "DRUCO!" ACCEPT ZVO SUBSTITUTE. DItUCO I)IIU CO., IIALTIMOIU:, 3ID, For Sale by American Druir Co., 133 X. Main St., South Bend. I ml. . -, - - - --- - . .i - ( - ,r , - r ,--TrSTy?r fZJl L.:'.' 'V "" -j m i iii-pi i iiii)i).n mfimm ini.p"w iwip u m i ji n ,r "" .,r..,f,-. . T T-,r nr- -ri, --ti iiiinfali .IiHHii."! i T f Ik it tr iBk-i' KnJthta of Pjthlns MiM liaise $2.ooo 3Iort by Saturday XlsliL A substantial increnso to the ICnishts of Pythias building fund was made at a bit; fish, strawberry ami j airi uiruru Miijin siit'il ill Hie of I. hall Tuesday niht. About $2,000 worth of stock in the new building must be sold before next Saturday niKht in order that the $2 0,- 0f0 necessary to secure the loao can j le raised. There are several members who have promised lare increases to ' I the fund and t he committee, headed in t" John l)e Haven, anticipates no i r trouble in securing the remaining! amount. Following the substantial feast. ' which was served by (). A, Clark of V i. ...... . .. .i. . i . ' f. i we iaiie irsiauiiuus, me rueiniers attended the Moose carnial in a bodw Our unquestioned authority on all that pertains to Men's Wear Coupled with price reduction never before equaled makes this ur Great C .SUB Out n Before We Move to Our New Location of much importance to the men of South Bend. GREAT because men can get their usual high grade quality at a very substantial saving. Neckwear Newest colorings and patterns in silk and wash Ties 35c 6c New Novelty A Bow Ties Tf 5oc Four-in-hand Ties, now Sl.oo Four-in-hand Ties, now 25c Wash Ties, now . .' c c SUITS with all the quality that satisfy and gratify and a price that means real savings 35 Vor . . . . 30 for Suits before we Suits before we move $22.7: 2 for 0 Suits before we :"ove..S 19.85 fP'Sfi? Suits before we iSj&sj move i for i 17.25 22 for . 0 Suits before we move 15.50 2ASuits before we Umovc f?1 A OE for . . . 18 for ... for Suits before we mo.v.c. 12.75 Suits before we mo.ve 11.25 SHIRTS of Quality Davies and Longfellow 1 lot $4.00 Silk Shirts beautiful colors. and patterns in the best wash fitfia silks now tyutOO SS.oo Silk Og Shirts now ti)sJU $3.50 Silk Shirts now S3. 00, $2.50 Dress Shirts, now $2.00 Dress Shirts now $1.50, $2.00 Dress Shirts, now 2.85 .$1.85 .$1.15 Straw Hat Time NOW Panama and Sailor Straws Both Smooth and Rough Straws at Reduced Prices Before we Move. if Si I I Ipi $lw ' i ft i ip u j ill ANNUAL PICNIC WILL BEHELD AT SPRINGBROOK Mcmlcrs of Autm Hrliof Corps Will Spend Afternoon ami l-enln at Tark. AlMmported and Domestic Hats Both Soft and Stiff, on Sale $5.00 Hats, Closing Out price . . . . $4.00 Hats, Closing: Out price $3.50 Hats, Closing Out price . S2.85 $3.00 Hats, Closing Oqt Sale (g ?g price t)&KisJ '$2.00 Hats, Closing Out Sale price 4 Jj Five Bargain Calls That Should Bring Every Flan to Our Store Today OCnPns Garters single or double ZJU grip, now TfCp Belts brown, black and navy; now 15c 39c 39c 39c 0 En Lisle Suspenders extra quality - q fcUb now A 50c 50c Suspenders best lisle webbing; now Silk Hats in a big variety; now Underwear Our Immense Stock is at Your Disposal at Big Savings $1.25 Fine Union Suits, nain sook or lisle 7ffc all styles C $1.00 Fine Nainsook or Mesh Sr.T 55c 50c grade of all Qr underwear Extra fine Nainsook and Soi sette Athletic ( 1 OR Union Suits, nowtj) 1 93sJ t r t lin llllliuil I"1 i'll l . II I' ll lit lit I , corps. No. 14, will Inkl at Sprin--;- ? lirook park ntxt Thursil.ty afternoon; and evening. The afternoon will hv i rpent in pamos anil sports anil at C o'clock a picnic flipper will be served. The attractions of the park will take i up tho evening. i V Arrangements were made at the' regular meeting f the Pule. Tues day niKht. to hear the report of liabhl Abraham Cronliaeh on the National J Convention of Charities and Corree- JT tion3 at Memphis, whieh listed eiht mmmmm day?, at next Tuesday's meeting. Mrs. Cora Sleeks of Cleveland. O., was a visitor at tho meeting. r r The housewife who uses Gas for cooking, heating water and ironing is prcud to show visitors into the kitchen How often you have heard that warning cry, "Oh, don't go in there it's a sight!" Well, that was not an All-Gas Kitchen it was a coal and ashes kitchen. See our new special Cabinet Gas Ranges selling at $25.00 and up. Other Gas Ranges $12.50 and up. Easy terms. We will gladly send a representative cri request. ihe Lias Company 215-217 SO. MICHIGAN ST. .wilA4 ..few mm h mtti J FLOWER DAY OBSERVED Members of V. C. T. I. Cay YiMt to i Orphan Home. The Francs Will.ird W. C. T. V observed "Uower duy" Tue sday after-j noon, when, they met at the !ume of I Mr?. Mary Irui:d, Ueorsi.i av.. and went In a :ody to the orphans'! home. l?esids f.owers. fruit was also' taken to the children. T!i- visit was! RreuCy enjoyed lv th" no-mbers of tho W. C. T. C. as well as the little one., who san s-eral phasing num bers fur the henetit of the isitois. The regular meetlrm f the society will be held June iy at the home of Mrs. Inez Lyon. 613 S. tVllows st. m;w 1'aki.isli; Miss Isabel lihasdale of Canton. O.. Is a guest of her sister, Mrs. Howard Wykoff. I Isoc Haes of lJuehanan, visited: at th iiome of C. A. Parker Thars- j day. The body of Mrs. Kmma Parker, j who died Vedn.cJay evening at j llanneinan h'Spital. Chicago, follow- ! tng an operation for appendicitis, was j brought to th lionie uf her sister, i Mrs. K. M. Myer. I'riday evening. Fu neral servicis will - )i Id at the res idence at 2 o' 1 V: s-Viturday afternoon and Interment i 1 1 follow in rile New CJarllsJe cemetery Xbo ita.ridard Uearera will meet mm X,. 1ftfi ;MV SIM MC, ; ' ' 0 W m9 W ' wuam 0 - - . f . v ... wH imtmr ' , "mS l V 1 6 v r, nu WJ e?m P I til w : Ctth KliiiiiiiiL mm r.loals and Berth IHGLUDEO i Y I lNJil till LI tmHn Will. - Chlcago-Eaffelo Crulso mMUl' $ (iiiagara Falls) Detroit, Bufr1o Crlv, St. Gecr on oiio of f!ie flev; Steamship Ch!sago-Du!uth Cnilso en Georgian Bay St. Mary's Mhrr mnd i lairs . ?Z , tld&Hmf w A VVV nr i j S. S. " Horth American"! fefe, t,sc0KlT f - Macfcinao Thurs. 2.-.00 p. m. JfXI&ff A&&L W4 V - PART - Alpena Thur. 10:30 p.m. Mkfftl'J W&tlr, nrTDlPfl - Detroit Frl. 4:00 p.m. MfllW IvlS iRLv Q -i HTS) OFTRIP3 Ar.Buff.la Sat. 11:00 a.m. 2 U M -JT vit iWL 1 1 Lv. Buffalo SsL 5:30 p.m. fefTJi3 J S f Nl' T CT - Detroit Sun. 12:00 noen v yunn 1 f(7 - Own Sd. Mon. 2:00p,m. V Jrf I I VC s - Mackinao Tuea. 7:00 a, m. ftll J ,l SVv ( V VW- S. S. "South firnerisan" (fM 'i )) "V- 4- WseWyCndsea Jm 17th !e n. ! lao. p-J? 1 I Lv.Chlcaco Sat. 1:30 p. m. ((( LA U V I I ??f 3-rzJ&. - Mackinac Su. 2:00 p.m. I !( JT I l s. A I 'yJ7S - The "GooM Sun. 9:30 p.m. VAX Ol 1 Vl7 TSvA 7L XXV - Ft. William Man. 5:30 p.m. U ji 1 wAi IvGS yS: Ar. Duluth Tuea. 6:30 a.m. flll fl j e , lEJ ffrySm Lv. Dulutn Tuea. 10:00 a, m. If iL V 1 i3iS fSJiSs' . LZZZ&SS. - The "Soo" Wed. 2:00 p.m. IJJJt' A J x '"ZlTTnl ly&vSS - Owen Sd. Thura. 11:00 a.m. 4 y VJt'. -.cIL. - 'Js t&ait?T V-O-" i - Alpena Thrs, 10:00 p.m. y Vx?-5y 7C-5 - Mackinao Fri. 7:00 a. m. VJ 7aJ SCS5 fcfe J Ar.Chice Sat. 6:00 a.m. '. (feChk:agO C.mJ I ! Either trip offers a most cnjo-able wcei of rest and recration-2,200 WUo of DeacHful Snry 8hr V1" Islands, Rivers, Days, btops ot several noura noioe ax zn principal jauxiu ui acci u. .&. i tu ehu. tiwu Amriran" and "South AmeHcan-Passontor Service Exclusively are J eauipped to give a service equal to the best Atlantic Liners. These xnzjaficeot steamships have many innovations " for travel, comlort and amtisemen: a can ruou, aa uiuiwuj, uu9 4r" M.7mJu 1 All these are free. Steamer chairs and steamer rugs available. Dlnln Service) the Best a Matter Qtaward and crier can r-roauco. Drop into the ofSce cr mite for pamphlet and ftdl Information about . The Lake Trips That Have No Equal Chicago, Duluth a Georgian Bay Transit Co. p. c, DAVIS, GeoM Mgr., 109 VV. Adams St Chicago, Ptaono Harrison 1438 : - - t ... J H i r m EYES EXAMINED And Uvudaches HrlIored Without the Tae et Dnin by H. LEMONTREE Seuth Itrnd'i IxwUnx OjrttnWrUt and 2Laafartatliv&r OptlctaA. 222Va South MlcilcaJi tUi. IIme Pbons Bett Piti 337, 8uxid7 from te 10:30 A. M. RIVERV1EW CETETERYj LOTS rOIl TUKEE GK-WES, JiV ,' FKiirrrrTJAX. care ocarantced' rkil PhoM. Crmcirj, 24SO. DeJl Pboiw, Sapt. IW 3333. j Dr. D. C Cumtnlni, Prr. ; 131 mrr Crotett, Tre. j John Q. DwLr, 8c. ud Sapt.1 Public Drug Store New Location 124 N. MICHIGAN St. TR.Y A. NEWS-TIMES WANT AD Suits for Men and Women $15, $18 and $20. Easy Payments. GATELY'S 112 i:. Jt-fTcrm lllvd. SAFETY FIRST When Spring Needs Are Bought at .... CHAS. B. SAX & CO. 4 ! ) BATH CABINETS For ILhruraatfim. iout. Iiranltlt. LUff, itomrii. Kidney ad IUUdrr Trouhl 1T1 f5.00 ap. OTTO C. BASTIAN 100 South MlcblsAB Strfwt.