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THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES
.UP.MJMJAl, JL.MJ 17, 1U1I Gives Quick Home Cure For Corns, Callouses And All Sore Feet ThN Inform. it! :i v.Kl !.o r - m'l hy I'll' f 1.HI5 I I it w of vt. fillip l,f ll.illV f.-'lt t'.rtur. I.nt w.i,t- t!ni It ?tt n N iuatT 1m rriiav j'.iN-nt n.'-'ll- fln jou l.iv.' tricl v r.iln th! treat iir-nr. M-h .i- f.niirlv known only t Jortors. wl'.l do tlf wi-rk. "Ik-Iv two tnl.l.-oiw.oiifnl of ':lliHi.l rolHJt)U!ll f.-t In till f"r full in .1 I n -1 ii ..f w:trin U f t n nluut-". pntlv rul'Mt.: t he on- jjart".' Th' rr.-. t an- ::urvcl- oii. All p.'i'm P's instantly an.! ih ft- t f-t finely ilHlht rul. i'vrv. ami rjll"t: ": 'c I I ..rr- i. mi ior ... a. Mm: tct. uvuv -m-lllriir f'-vt. j.t lMi:ii-!J-if r-li-f. thU trmtmpit a nk nnI Tur ft troti !.! nlll No a tl'inp of t!i pat. 'alo cldo works through th por-s an-1 n-miiTH tho rni:. J-t t -tit j-live --nt lox from iinv 1 rtiil-eUt. i ! -miounl ir'- r.arr.l only br .Mllv:il I'ormula rJ., ijvt'u, oM. CLAIMS QFF1C1A C. D. Emmons Appears Before Committee of Whole on Cross Town Line, One Fare to Mishawaka. That none of th request of the Sv-nth Ward Municipal league anent ity tn-'t ;ft" service can tie m I1W1 with, 'was the of remarks l.iM nitfht by C. D. KirninmH, penerul .nsuiaKt r of the city stre-t railway ompany, before the committee in the hole" iast nipht. Mr. FOmmons ap-P-aret befor' the committee upon its reo,ue.t. Requests that the municipal league mauV, were for a cross town ar, a oriM fare rate from any point in South Ind to Mishawaka, a double track on 8. Michigan st. between Ohio and r.ron?on Hi, and Mx for a quarter ticket rate. The last wouldn't pay atd Mr. Kmmons. Following the talk hy Mr. Kmmons th- committee took up aetlon on vari ous ordinance. The petition for an ordinance by the ('. 1. A: Hall way Co. for a spur on Wilbur st. ad jo ent to the Stapfes and llardman Coal Co. yards was favorably report ed upon. A like report was made upon the amended city sewer district ortliiiane referred from the. council at its last session. Keuraintf the petition by the Michigan Central railway and the leure Hoft man Co. to lay a track a. toss Xjles av. to tho Hoffman pravel pit. the streets and alleys committee was instructed to investigate the risht. Action on the street flushing resolu tion was deferred two weeks until u report from the street department and l oanl of works is received relative to the experiment made last week. Stop Work on C'm1. Holland AdeLsperger, Chris Fass- rtacht and IZ. It. Austin of the build ing code committee appeared assert ing that they needed more money to completo their work. They were asked to discontinue the work for a period until an investigation of their request is mado by the board of safety. Crawford IZ. Staples, house mover, appeared next and requested several amendments to the house moving ordinance. They were as follows: A 1 f day limit for all companies to send iu actual cost of moving thrift over head wires: no wires to lie paid for under :50 foot except trolley wires; railroads to be paid for actual ex pense and time of taking care of wires and not for transportation; all tompanies causing delay in moving building to pay cost of such if noti fied in time and do not notify mover that they cannot be on the premises; wire men not to loiter on the job when there is anything to do; no supervision allowed companies, they to b under the same penalties as the. mover. GEN. JONES WOULD TALK TO WATTERSON Col. Henry Should "Wear Nice Fluffy JLaccs, Says Suffrage! lAatlcr. ST. LiOFTS, Mo.. June IT. "flener " Kosalie Jones, who won her title as ji suffrage leader on hikes from New York city to Albanv and Wash ington and who is now campaigning for the same cause in Missouri. Tues day challenged Col. Henry Watterson to meet her in debate heause of the of Iwuiisville editor's jibes at suffrage. "I think that Col. Watterson should dress In knee breeches and wear nice iluffv lace and such." she said. "He belongs to the age when they wore such thlnpn. I think such attire would be quite appropriate to his case. As for the colonel's attacks on suf frage, he Is doing us a great pood." When told that Watterson had said that women by their xuffrage cravings had broken up peace in the only place where a man could find it, the home. -Ceneral" Kosalie Jones bright black eyts Hashed. -It i? such a pity that 'Marse Henry i wasting all of that brilliant oratory of his around old New York town, when we need him rUht here In Missouri to win the cause for u,' she said. GOVERNMENT WILL NOT ISSUE BONDS WASHINGTON. .Tune 1 7. With a Valance in the general fund of about $i'.fiOi,(o. the treasury department does not sre any need of a bond issue In the n.'nr future. This decision has been arrived at despite the large re duction in the estimate of what the Income tax will return to the gov ernment. "There is no occasion for an issue of government bonds," said Secretary of the Treasury McAdoo Tuesday af ternoon. "and the question is not be ing Considered." It has been figured the excess of ordinary receij.ts over ordinary ex penditures this !;scal year will amount to a-'out $':. noo, lion. However, there v. ill be abo-it J-T.OCOoo to be paid on account of the Inama canal. hich would b ao ri deficit of $7. '."". ore Tt is pectd th:t this can b taken .ire of .y tin- general fund am! til Ueucit Cikir.vd over. mm cam T ME CHANGES Their Married Life. THE THIRD YEAR. jiy maiiiil, iii:uni:uT uhnkii. "Go light on opening those windows. I've got a cold already," grumbled Warren, as Helen started to raise the bedroom windows. "Hut d"ar, we can't sleep without some air."' "Some air? You want a regular gab; blowing through here. I may have to stand for It when I'm well, but I'll be blamed if rm going to take any chances with this cold." "Then you want only this one opened?" "Don't want that open all the way. Put it down more, I tell you," as Helen reluctantly lowered the win dow an inch or so. "We've got to have separate bedrooms, then you can practice your particular brand of fresh air insanity without putting me on the sick list." It wits a damp, close, murky night, and Helen slipped into bed with a feeling of suffot utlon. Above every thing else, she wanted plenty of air in the bedroom. It wjts 'impossible for her to sleep in a close, warm room. Hut whenever Warren had the least tinge of a cold there was always this dispute about the windows. And now he lay there, huddled Ul In the bed ciotnes, wnue Helen, nun oniy n .sheet over her and her arms thrown up over the pillow, felt stifled. Helen's Iicumfort. Although it wa February, there had been no winter weather yet, and the rain and sultry warmth had kept Helen almost ill. Tonight not a breath of air wa.s stirring. With only one window partly open, there was not enough breeze outside to stir even the thin white curtains, which hung mo tionless before it. For almost an hour Helen tossed and turned she could r.ot sleep. Though the radiator wax turned off, the steam wan sizzling sullenly, and the wall beside the bed through which the pipes ran was almost hot. Helen 1.1 At M . - . , Warren was sleeping heavily. JTe - had even drawn over him the extra blanket, which always lay at the foot of the bed in case it grew colder in the night. To Helen it seemed in- that oppressive room with so much . At last she could tand It no longer.! . curtains which had ng o softiv she slipped out of bed tip-toed Hmply ware now billowed out by a over to the door and opened it noise-jhn wind And 1 ele n in her half lessly. At once she felt the relief of JfO' there shivering under the a rami nreeze. i ne open uoor nau created a slight draught; soon the room became bearable, and Helen dozed off to sleep. She was awakened by a loud, vicious banging. "Why in thunder was that door open?" The room was in a braze of light, and Warren In his pajamas was strid ing over to close the window. "Hegular hurricane blowing through here. I told you not to open the window? so when I got to sleep you open the door, h? Want me to get pneumonia, do you?" as he shut the window with an angry force, switched off the lights and once more huddled shiveringly under the bed clothes. "Dear, we can't stand it shut up in here," protested Helen, sitting up in bed. "We'll both be sick! Why. we've never slept in a room with ev erything closed.' HeftLslns to Aiwwrr. I hit Warren did not deign to an swer. "Just put your hand out and feel this wall where the pipes run," per sisted Helen. "Feel how hot it is!" Uut Warren maintained his con temptuous silence. "Warren. 1 want you to feel this wall!" with an almost hysterical note in her voice. "Why, it's fearful to shut us up in here!" There is nothing more Irritating than to talk to someone who refuses to answer, and as Helen lay there star ing into the darkness her discomfort at the lack of air was Increased by her resentment. Her face burned against the pillow. Surely no one should be expected to sleep in a room with closed win dows. It was positively nnhealthful. Her indignation grew as she thought of it. In a little while Helen had worked herself into a state of feverinh self pity. It was cruel brutal of War ren to shut her up in a place as close and stifling as this! ' If there were only a bed In her dressing room! Since It was also the sewhig room, thev hatl thought a bed would take up too much space. Rut now some-'Mary thing must be put in, If only a rot, so she would not have to go through an other night like this. "Warren," she whispered tentative ly, uncertain a.s to whether he was asleep. "Warren, I can't stand it in here! I'll have to go In the front room and lie on the couch if you don't let me open a window !" Did she imagine it, or did h's breath ing seem to grow heavier, as though he was feigning sleep? She waited a few moments, then crept out of bed, felt for her Hlippers. took her pillow and the counterpane which covered the bed in the day time, and went into the front room. It was a narrow antique sofa, at tractive as a piece of furniture, but most uncomfortable to lie on. Rut If she could not sleep there, at least she could breathe. She had opened all the front windows and those in th? library adjoining, but still the heavy damp air did not stir the curtains. Yet Warren had expected her to sleep in that stuffy room on a night like this'." No Capitulation. Rut surely he would not let her He out here ali night on this hard, nar row couch! He would soon realize how unreasonable he had been and would want the window open, for even he could not sleep in there long with out air. 1 The Best at 111 1 No other baking powder will raise nicer, lighter bis cuits, cakes and pastry, none is more pure and wholesome 1 a 1 Then Why WAKKFA WANTS TIIF WIN DOWS CI.OSFP, so iiixr.N sm:i:ps on tin: fho.vt KOO.M COUCH. v i From outsldo came the mingled night sounds of the city, the occasion al rumble of a distant elevated, the hoarye squawk of an automobile, or the dragging hoofs of a weary cab horse. Hut Helen was straining for the sound of the opening door and for Warren'fl slippered step coming after her. Already her back ached with the hardness of the narrow sofa, her head ached, and her throat ached too with forced back sobs. Oh. why did Warren let her lie out here.? "'-- Then came the thought that per haps he had already opened the win dow, and was waiting for her to -come back and find it open. Softly she stole to the bedroom door and fcoftly turn ed the" knob. Hut the window was still closed. The room was suffocat ing, and Warren under the many covers was snoring heavily. He would be really sick if he slept in that room all night. For the mo ment Heln forgot herself and thought only of Warren. The helplessness of a man asleep always arouses the mother-instinct of the woman who loves him. And now when Helen niitlv onenerl the window a.' few - j - i - inches, her only thought was of him. Again she went back to the front room couch. For now, although the bedroom window was open. Hhls time it was only for his sake, and with a curious feminine illogicalncss she would not let it benefit her. There are times when all women lose their sense of proportion, and this was one of the times when Helen lost hers. Perhaps it was partly because she had been tired and unntruntf all day, and this incident of the closed windows had only helped to unnerve her. for now with an unreasonable perverseness she determined to stay there until Warren came after her. Warren's Sound Sleep. Fut he did not come, and she lay there nursing both her grlednce and runh thoughts grew confused and .she dozed a troubled, unrestful self-consciousness. In the last hour it had grown much U4W1' ,l iture that often comes toward morning. UUtT llllll LUUiCi j xr . At length a sound of spluttering steam aroused her. It was morning; Maggie was turning on the dining room radiator. Fearing; she would surmise some quarrel if she saw her there, Helen rose hastily, gathered up the pillow and counterpane and hiir rifd hack Into the bedroom. Warren was alseep. It was only six and they never got up before seven. Helen, aching all over and nearly sick from the almost sleepless night on the hard couch, longed to creep into bed and rept. Hut that would be a weakening; when Warren awoke he would think she had come back during the night. As she stood there shiveringly unde cided, Warren suddenly yawned and opened his eyes. "Hello, you up? What time is it?" He drew his watch from under the pillow and squinted at it sleepily. "Why, it's only nix. What's the mat ter? What're you getting up now for?" "I'm not getting up, dear," as Helen crept into bed. "I was Just going to see what time it was." "Why, you're cold! Why on earth don't you wear some sensible flannel night gowns Instead of these thin things, nothing but a bit of lace for sleeves. Never saw a woman yet that dressed with any sense." Then he turned over heavily. "Now don't be Jumping up again. I want to sleep." So he did not even know that she had spent all those hours on the. front room couch! He had slept through the night and Tiad not even missed her! It enriches the blood, strengthens the nerves, helps your whole system. A remedy you should take every month anyway whether you are sick or nt. It's Hollister's Rocky Moun tain Vea, take it regularly, 'twill make and keep you well. .5c. ( Tea or Tab lets. Coonley Drug Store. Adv. TISII WAS TAIXTKD. UNION CITY. Ind.. Juno 17. Mrs. Hoffman, aged 23, died here Tuesday from eating tp,inted sardines. Mrs. Hoffman's small child died bun day from the same cause. HOT Vi:ATIIi:it TONIC AND HILUni BUILDER. Arc you run down Nervous Tired? Is everything you do an ef fort? You are not lazy you are sick! Y'our Stomach, Diver, Kidneys, and whole system need a Tonic. A Tonic and Health Ruilder to drive out the waste matter build you up and re new your stren.Tth. Nothing better than Klectrlo Hitters. V Start today. Mrs. James Duncan, Haynesville, Me., writes: "Completely cured me after soveral doctors gave me up." iiOc and $1.00, at your Druggist. Rucklen'a Arnica Salve for Cuts. Adv. on'k Mixi:n killi:i. RAItROURVlLLE. Kv.. June 17.- One miner was killed and S. P. Will- j lam was badly hurt Tuesday when a car broke loose at the Anchor coal ' mines near here and ran down a mountain at terrihV Kped. Williams' leg was broken and he also received other injuries. Men and women who are big meat eaters and drink much .coffee, usually have coarse florid skins your stom ach needs extra help: you've got to Any Price Pay More ? IK r s5 This Lung Remedy Known Fifteen Years Persons suffering fr.m. er threatened with lung trutif, should inventig.-ite Ik- nuin Alterative. What It hn done for others. It may do for you. Head thi: H. K. l'.-.Trt st.. New York. "(Jentlemen : Ieeem!ter. VM'2. I took a sudden cold, which (WHoped Into Pneu monbi. The doctor did all he poMlldy could fr nie. but euuld not clear mv lunp. one day I mw a testimonial te!I- , Ing nf the good result nomcne had from taking !kumu's Alterative for a tmuMe I of the lung. I beg.in taking it nn1 soon felt good results. My lungs Legan to gain in ."irenifiu, ani was soon well enough to tnke up rnv work aghi. I ain a iniindon ary worker' for the New York Home for Homeless and Friendless Hoys." (Ab breviated). (Affldavlti H UN FIST 1 WILCOX. Ikiaan's Alterative U most efficacious In bronchial atarrh and severe throat and lung affections and upbuilding the sjstein Contains no harmful or habit-forming drugs. Accept no :b.ttt!ite. Sold by leading druggists. Write Iktnan Labora tory. Philadelphia, Pa., for booklet of re coTeries. clean the bowels, purify the blood or your completion gets bad Holils ter'K liocky Mountain Tea once a week will do it. 35c. Tea or Tablets. Coonley Drug Store. Adv. COUGHS .NT COLDS WliXKKX T1IF SYSTKM. Continued Coughs, Colds and Bron chial troubles are depressing and weaken the system. lxss of weight and appetite generally follow. Get a 50c. bottle of Dr. King' New Discov ery to-day. It will stop your cough. The first dose helps. The best medi cine for stubborn Coughs, colds and all Throat and L.ung Troubles. Mr. O. II. Drown, Muscatine. Ala., writes: "My wife was sick during the hot summer months and I honestly . believe Dr. King's New Discovery saved her life." Good for children. 60c. and $1.00, at your Druggist. Advt. A little love, a little wealth, A little home for you and me. It's all I ask. except good health. Which comes with Rocky Mountain Tea, Cooniey Drug Store. Advt. Raincoats and Rubbers THE RUBBER STORE 10 a S. Michigan St. J L. H. ORVIS FUNERAL DIRECTOR lady Assistant. 120 West Colfax Av. ITcrmc 6207. . Dell 2tT. EYES EXAMINED FREE SattsfMtlos 'Ga&xBtc4 DR. J. BURKE & CO. OfUwutrtU Mi M&aufartariav OytUU 133 8. MICHIGAN ST. KOTICEW duplicate axy lfle U 4r. Jim maiUr wkt flttea t .P..J.LlJI. VIA The Red Line There are dozens of beauti ful quiet places near South Bend; places where the scenery is picturesque. There are small lakes that can't be reached by electric lines where bass are just wait ing to be caught. We have five and seven-passenger cars ap propriate for parties. Let us suggest an outing for you. he Red Line BOTH PHONES. HARRY L. YERRICK FUNERAL DIRECTOR I furnish the complete equip ment, from the first call to the burial. Both Phone-. 219 So. St. Joe St. SAFETY FIRST j When Spring Needj Are Bought at - CHAS. B. SAX & CO. . T STOE IMPS "To ofctain the best results, we use and recommend for use Royal Baking Pow der. We find it superior to all others "INTERNATIONAL PASTRY COOKS ASSOCIATION "ADOLPH MAYER, Secy. C II. Phone 3146 U. Ihon 1030 EASTWOOD MARKET W. I. Kant wood. Prop. MKAT, FISH, IWLTHY, orTi;ns AMI SKA foods Wholesale and lletail. 22 . Washington Ae. South Iintl, Ind. rsss 3SRS2SC2SSIC 3 eHGiSTKortf' vrmture LU Successors to A. 3f. Jones The Furniture) Storei Around on Main Street. It's Time to clean your house. See our new patterns and get our prices. I. W. Lower Decorating Co. SAILORS GRS'AF BARGAINS ! BARGAINS! FURNITURE R.UOS CARPETS STOVES' l-AVERYTHING MUST Eg SOCOvi GREAT HOVAL offers greater values and more of them than ever offered be fore in South Bend. Liberal terms on sale prices or 10 discount on sale prices if cash is paid with order. on rite in i n mwm. 9 S ME SMI ' us WW MiF! Cblcago-Buffalo Cruijo (iliagara Falls) Detroit. BufTai vU Lk Mich.. Huron. crt, IL Clair a Georgian Day S. S. "Ilerth flfnerican" MUy CniiMi 1mm 2lk U JUt- 2Uh be Lv. Chicaco - Mackinae - Alpena - Detroit Ar. Buffalo Lv. Buffalo. Detroit - Owen Sd. - Maekinao Ar. Chicaco S. S. "South American" cti7 CndaM Jm Htk to Aat. k Im. Lv. Chicago - Mackinac - Tho "loo" - Ft. William Ar. Dulut Lv. Duluth - Tho"Soo" Owtn Sd. Alpena - Mackinae Ar. Chicaco 6aL Sun. Sua. Mon. Tuoa. Tuea. Wad. Thura. Thura, Frl. 8aU 1:30 2:00 :30 5:30 6.30 10:00 2:00 11:00 10:00 7:00 6:00 . WW. Islands, Rivers, Bays. Stops of several hours made at all principal points of interest ascple time to see Le tights. The flew Ships "North American" and "South American" Passenger Scrvlco Exclusively are equipped to give a service equal to the best Atlantic Liners. These magnificent steamships have many innovations for travel, comfort and amusement a ball room, an orchestra, children's open air play grounds and deck games. All these are free. Steamer chairs and steamer rus available. Dining Service the Best a Master Gteward and Chef can Produce. Drop into the oface or write for pamphlet and full information about The Lake Trips That E3ave- Rio Chicago, Duluth & Georgian Bay Transit Co. R. C. DAVIS, Ceo'l Gas lor Lighting and Cooking GAS COMPANY Public Drug Store New Location 124 N. MICHIGAN ST. 321 South Michigan St. 43 Years Old South Bend National Bank CAPTTAIj - $100,000 SURPLUS EARNED 1 10,000; DmECTOTUS Lucius Hubbard Haven Hubbard Myron Campbell Marvin Campbell .RobU 8. Campbell Fred H, Bade Arthur L. 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