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FRIDAY, JUNi: 2fi, mil
Schenectady Police Think
Quartet Will Be Able to
Throw Some Light on Dis
appearance of Girl.
SCHENECTADY. X. V.. Juno 25.
In a spectacular mi.: a man and three
xvomcn were arrested Thursday and
held in an effort to solve the pack
mystery of the Mohawk river in which
a young unman was the victim.
In a lonely spot In the heart of the
notorious third ward, in the water
front Motion, tho quartet was arrest
ed by a s'ju.jd of police headed by
Dist. Atty. RIessing and Chief of po
lirr Rynx. Th charges against the
man and woman of iolating a city
ordinance are merely to hold them,
Mr. Rlessing said, until Anna Smith.
2?. ears old. wlio dropped out of
F2;ht three weeks ago, is accounted
The raiding party ca-me upon tho
women in the house by accident while
they were searching for clues which
might connect the disappearance of
MKs .Smith with the murder mystery.
TTpon lifting the carpet in one of the
rooms the police saw a trap door.
Vpn being lifted a little room was
disclosed, underneath. Huddled there
in this room, with scarcely any cloth
ing upon themselves, were the wo
men. The man was put through a third
decree examination but declared he
would, be able to clear up the disap
pearance of the .Smith girl to the sat
isfaction of the authorities. He ad
mitted that the .Smith girl had been
living at the raided house before her
d isappearance.
Plum Pudding
No Thanksgiving or Christmas dinner Is
complete without it. When one is filled
to repletion with roast turkey and the other'
good things that go w,ith it, any ordinary
dessert fails to tempt, but one will always
save a little room for Plum Pudding. Bring
it on the table in the loaf with a sprig of
holly for garnishment,
K C Christmas Plum Pudding
By Mrs. Janet McKeiuic Hill, Editor of
the Boston Cooking School Magazine,
pound heefsutt; 1 cup four; I pound
raisins (stoned;) J pound currants; 2
ounces citron, cui jine; l cup Bugar;
orated rind of 1 lemon; 2 cups four; 2
level tcaspoonfuls K C
Uakxnn iJowderi tea. t'Wj
cloves and cinnamon;
J teaspoorful each,
maceana r,s
and salt. jCY,ArYl
2 eggs, h
cup sweet
m i
nil $w
Will Arrive in This City Friday,
June 26, and Give Series of
Free Entertainments and
Lectures Carries Large
Comparfy With Him Pizaro
Acquires Fortune Educating
Sift together, three times, the flour, bak.
r powder, spices and salt. Chop fine the
i.uet, mixing it with the cup of flour; add the
iruit, sugar, lemon rind, and the flour mix
ture together. Mix this thoroughly, then
stir in the eggs beaten reiy light and mixed
with the milk. The mixture should be qvite
stiff. Steam six hours in a buttered, two
quart mold. Serve with hard or liquid sauce.
Chopped figs or dates and nuts may be used
in place of the fruit mentioned.
There are everyday and holiday recipes in
"The Cook's Book," 90 of them, all by
Mrs. Hill, all practical, all certain to suc
ceed.' Send us a certificate from a 25-cent
can of K C Baking Powder and we will send
you "The Cook's Book" free Jacjues Mfg.
Co., Chicago.
The Great Pizaro, as he Is Fome
.imes called, who has caused quite a
furore in principal cities, both east
and west by demonstrating his new
discovery upon degenerate stomachs,
will arrive in this city next Mondayn
will arrive in this city today and will
givo free demonstrations, free con- ,
certs and free lectures nightly at his
free show grounds, located at the
corner of Michigan and South sts.
It is said that IMzaro's entertain
ment is far better than most travel
ing companies that charge 50 cents
admission. Ono thins that makes
Pizaro so popular is the fact that his
concerts and lectures are absolutely
free. He-ports from Hammond and
I.aporte, Ind., where ho has been
holding forth for over two months,
.state that thousands of people flock
nightly to see and hear this man.
Pizaro believes the stomachs of civil
ized nations are slowly degenerating
from centuries of abuse. He says
that T.O to 60 percent of all Americans
are in poor health, owing to weakened
digestive organs. Ho claims there
would b no sickness if we could
eradicate the chronic stomach trouble
of the present generation with his
new discovery to back him. He be
wail a campaign several years ago,
educating the stomach, as he calls it.
A largo crowd is expected to greet
Pizaro Friday. Adv.
"WASHINGTON, June 26. Brush
ing aside Secy. Bryan's contention
that the California antl-alien land law
in not a treaty violation .his sugges
tion of the courts as a remedy and
his argument that the land law is the
result of economic and not racial con
tentions. Japan stands firmly on her
protest that the law is a treaty vio
lation, discriminatory and obnoxious
to the Japanese nation and people,
and puts the remedy squarely up to
the United States.
This situation, revealed In the cor
respondence between the United
States and Japan given out by the
state department Thursday, is appar
ently more grave than the public has
been led to believe from recent
statements of administration officials.
The correspondence makes it clear
that all attempts to solve the problem
through diplomatic negotiations have
failed and Japan makes it emphati
cally plain that the next move is up
to tho United States.
The gravamen of Japan's complaint
against the California alien law Is
contained in the note of August, 1913.
This note was unanswered until this
v."k when Secy. Bryan responded.
InMrail of Twenty Cents Tlioy Will
Get Only Pivo In Uw
- I'u tn re.
WASHINGTON, Juno 2G. A savago
assault on a senators mileage for
coming to Washington and returning
to his homo after a session of con
gress was mad.' Thursday by the
house which cut the allowance for
traveling expenses from 20 to ,i cents
:i mile. The reduction will fall
heavily on members coming from
great distances.
A similar reduction in mileage al
lowances for house members will be
made by the house Friday through
amendments to a conference report
on the legislative, executive and judi
cial appropriation bill. The vote cut
ting tho senate allowance was 12S to
The senate is expected to oppose
the reduced mileage allowance and
may- force a compromise of ten cents
a miJe to hasten passage of the ap
propriation. Many states have laws
preventing railroads from charging
more than 2 1-2 or " cents jrt mile.
WASHINGTON, Juno 26. By vot
ing two proxies he carried in his
pocket Chairman Owen of the ?enate
banking committee Thursday obtained
a favorable report on -his bill to reg
ulate the transactions of stock ex
changes. Mr. Owen submitted the report to
the senate and the bill took its place
on tho calendar. The chairman of
tho committee at once took a train
for New York and will Fail Friday
for Europe where he expects to spend
a vacation of several weeks.
Later in the day Sen. Hitchcock, a
member of the committee, denounced
the action of the committee under
lead of the chairman as irregular and
moved that the report and bill be re
committed to the banking committee.
Under the objection of Mr. Hollls the
motion went over for a day and will
come up Friday. A lively row over
the incident is predicted.
Report Will Cover Approximately
200 Typewritten Iacs
is prediction.
WASHINGTON. June 2. That the
decision of the interstate commerce
commission on the eastern railroads
demands for a 5 . percent increase In
freight rates will cover approximately
200 typewritten pases and will be an
nounced before July 4. was freely and
generally predicted Thursday.
The commission will meet in con
ference the remainder of this week,
but it is not likely the opinion will be
handed down until late July 3 in or
der that it can be digested during
the two days before the opening of
the stock exchanges on July 6.
May Move the Vauz Knsine Works
to La port e.
Surprie of Day is Showing Made by
Dciiamv Which nnishes
So "ond.
NFAV YORK. June 2fi. In the
67th annual regatta of i:e New York
Yacht lub. sailed on I. ng Island
M.und Thursday, the Mag oflieer's
nrht Resolute won another clean cut
victory, beating the IVtiar.ce by three
minutes. 14 s-e r.ds and the Vanitie
by eiht minutes, three seconds cor
rected time.
The race was over a 33 3-4 mile
course which included 12 miles of
wlr.dward work, six miles of running
:u:d 15 and three-quarters miles of
reaching. Briefly the Hesolute gained
or. two out of the live legs of the
Th- surprise of the day was the fine
work of tiie much abused Defiance,
which at 1 a-st seems to have found
itself and not only led itujwo rivals
over half the rourse. but managed to
finish a little or three minutes
a htern of the Resolute and beat out
the Vanitb for second pUic by four
minute, 4 3 sccun-i.
Special to the News-Times.
LAPORTK. Ind.. .June 26. The
Rumely company of this city has pur
chased the plant of the Fauz Engine
Co... Milwaukee. Wis., and will move
i that industry to one of the cities in
wmen it now operates plants. It is
probably that the plant will be moved
t. this city because of the factory
facilities. although full confirmation
is not obtainable. The Milwaukee
plant has b:n making 3,000 engines
a year and it is understood that the
capacity will be further increased.
Ibid Storm linos Much Damage to
110 pcrty.
ANnHRON. Ind., June 2 6. A cy
clone across Madison county Thursday
night wrought great property damage
to farms and also the towns of Lapel,
lngulls and Pendleton. Many build
ings were unroofed and orchards
ruined. Two miles of trolley poles
on the Union Traction line in the
vicinity of Ingalla were blown down,
blockading the line to Indianapolis.
Big Four railroad trains also en
countered much debris on the tracks.
No loss of life has been reported.
3EAL value in a suit of clothes is determined not by how
low a price you pay, but by the amount of actual wear and satisfac
tion that you get out of what you pay for.
You get to know what real values in clothes means if you try one of
these Spiro Special Hart-Schaffner 6k, Marx Spring or Summer Suits. If
you have never worn these fine
clothes before you have never
ill Mfw
your money.
1 00
f 1
or value roi
Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes are
better needled, better in style, qual
ity and general appearance than any
other clothes made; we are not the
only ones who say this; there are
thousands of well dressed men in
South Bend who will tell you the
same thing ask any one.
Prices are easy enough to suit anyone, $15, $18.50, $20, $22.50, $25, $30, $35.
Copyright Hart Schaffner & Marx
Summer pleasure clothes, new feather
weight weaqes in plenty of smart style and
good appearance. Here is not only the
largest variety of these goods, but the great
est value in cool clothes you can find; flannels, tropical
worsteds, mohairs, Palm Beach clothes, crashes, linens;
hot weather life savers. Sizes up to 50. Prices, $5,
$7.50, $10, $15, $18.50.
Distinctive fashions for young men, for
the particular, peculiar, snappy dressers;
young men who want the youthful slender
lines of figure; the smart style designing, the young fab
rics and models and colorings; this store is the place.
We can fit you correctly; we'll fit your ideas as well
as your body in these very lively new models, prices are
very easy, too; $15, $18.50, $20, $22.50, $25, $30.
If you've decided on $15 as your price for a suit of clothes, you'd better decide on this store for your place to spend it; our $15 suits are ex
ceptional. We don't present them as the best suits we have nor as the equal to the costlier ones; but we do say you've never seen any serges,
worsteds or cheviots to equal these. .Elsewhere you'd pay at least $20 for these values; our price is very special at $15.
Summer Trousers
The greatest demand is for plain and
striped flannels. You'll find here all the
best weaves, stripes, plain colors, checks,
serges, self-stripe and fancy stripe flan
nels. We've a special value here at $5,
the best yet. Others $3.50, $4, $5,
Khaki trousers, $1 and $1.50.
Blue Serge Suits
Let us show you a blue and black suit stock that
will delight you. No stock of these clothes can
compare with this in completeness; every good
model known; suit warranted strictly all wool and
sun-proof or a new suit Free. Extreme English,
semi-English or conservative models; prices $10,
$12.50, $15, $18.50, $20, $22.50, $25, $30.
Straw Hats
There never were so many styles; we have
all of 'em; taper crowns, bell crowns, low
crowns, diamond crowns, and just about every
straw you can think of at $2, $2.50, $3, $3.50,
$4 and $5. Knox straw hats here exclusively.
Genuine Ecuadorian Panama Hats, $5; best
ever at this price.
Attention Mothers! Extraordinary Sale
Boys' Wash Suits at 78c, $1.15, $1.88 and $2.45
Another week-end sale boys' wash suits.- Russian and
Sailor styles. They are the celebrated Manhattan and "Regat
ta" brands about 250 left now all told. There's very, good
dependable wash fabric poplins, ratine, madras, linens, gala
teas, duck, crash; in plain blues, tans and other plain shades;
also stripes of blue, black, tan, brown, pink, grey on white back
grounds. The colors are guaranteed absolutely fast A NEW
SUIT FREE FOR ANY. THAT FADES. Every mother with
a lad 2 to 8 years of age, to dress during the hot summer
months, should lay in a supply of these suits. The earlier you
comp, tomorrow the better choice you get.
$1 Finest Boys' Wash Suits $2.50 and $3 Boys' Beauti-
at 75c tui vvasn buns,
$1.50 and S2 Excellent S3. 50, $4 and $5 Boys' Ex
Boys' Wash Suits at $1.15. traordinary Wash Suits, $2.45.
Shirts, Underwear, Bathing Suits
Manhattan and Yorke Summer Shirts here in countless pat
terns and colors; French cuffs; choice goods at $1.50. Tennis
players will like the new style we have for them; open neck or
with collar that can turn under, $1 and $1.50.
Silks, silk and linen, soisette and madras shirts,- $4, $3.50,
$3, $2.50, $2 down to $1.00.
Summer neckwear; English Foulards and crepe silks; 4-in-hand
and bow styles; 50c and $1. Wash ties 25c and 50c.
New bathing suits; new ideas in combination colors; plain
and fancy trimmed; combination style with skirt, $1 to $3.
Underwear Athletic styles; great assortment here; all
styles; all sizes; the best makes, 50c to $3.
Leather Belts, grav, tan or black; all sizes to 50 at 50c.
Others 25c to $1.50. "
Home of Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothes, Knox Hats, Sampeck Boys' Clothes.
North American Saemrrrbuncl Will
Send Copies to Wah-Inton.
LOUISVILLE. Ky.f June 2. Find
ers in attendance Kt the meeting of
the North American Saenserbund
Thursday left off ions enouph to ap
point a committee to draft resolutions
protesting apalnst the passage cf the
Ilobpon bill now pending in cocpres-i
which provides for national prohibi
tion. The singers were strong in their
denunciation of the measure. Charles
G. Schmidt of Cincinnati, George
Withum of St. Louis, and William
Arens of Chicago, were appointed to
draw up the resolutions which will be
forwarded to Washing-ton at once.
Indianapolis, Los Angrles and an
Kranclsco Thursday asked that the
next Sacnserfest be Riven them. The
matter will be taken up by the dele
gates Friday morning.
According to John Frenzel of In
dianapolis, there is a balance in the
treasury of JS, 525.25. An auditing
committee composed of Gustav Keitx,
New Orleans: C. J. Seidcneck. Pitts
burgh, and Ir. A. A. Knoch, Cincin
nati, was appointed to examine and
pass on the report.
Tho first aiternooa ctsion of tho
meeting was held Thursday and the
attendance -was nearly a large as
Wednesday night. Tonight the arm
ory was filled to overflowing to har
Miss Christine Miller, Rudolph Ber
ber and George Whitehall sing.
Fritz Reuter of Lebanon, Mo.. Her
man Schmidt of Allegheny, and Wil
liam Erhmann of Louisville, were
elected honorary member?. The trio
have been members over half a
CHICAGO Mrs. Laura Dombrow
ski when arraigned in criurt for the
thef of some silk, offered to give her
baby in recompense. She was fined
one cent and sentenced to serve one
hour in tik
Set lire to Church Hut It Docs Xo
BELFAST. June C. Aryonettcs or
militant incencmrbs s-t fir to the
parish church at Rally Ixon Thurs
day, but the blazo va.s put out bo
fore the building was ennsumt'd.
The interior had been smeared with
petroleum and grf-ase and oth r high
ly Inllamrnabb' materials w-r mut
tered about. The fire was dim ril
within a few rninutfs after bt-ixig et
but the uocicn. ccaicd
col;hs i corns wi:ki:x
Continued C'nu-rhs, CoM.s ar.,1 Hrn-
(hial troubles are df ;j rr?sh) g aril
weaken th' stm. Iss of wirl.t
ar.d app'tit i.rer:rrallv follow. (Jet a
5ue. bottle of Ir. Kir.-r's Nw Discov
ery to-day. It will fti;t yo'ir c.-u.irh.
The first !o-.- hejr-s. The 1. vt medi
cine for Stubborn 'ouh.-. r..lis ami
all Throat and I. urn; Trouble. Mr. .
H. P.rown, M i:sc.it:n Ala., u rites: "My
wiff was s; k li:nr.r th hot summer
months and I hot;--tlv b?liew lr.
Kind's Now iv.. s.tvr.i h. r life."
Goo, J for -hi'dr n. '. c and J1.0''. at
your In:i;iyt. Advt.

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