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lflE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES.
TO I DAY, JUVn 28. 1914
Henry Ford Will Spend Millions On Greatest Cancer
Hospital In The World.
Famous Auto Millionaire An
nounces Mammoth New Hu
manitarian Project Will
Carry Out His Theory of
Cancer Prevention.
iiy yrro mti:i:m:y.
Copjri::lit'il
DKTROIT. Mich., Juno 2 6. Guess
what Ford, tho automobile million
aire. Is point,' to tacklo next.
Ho is oing to fight cancer.
This is thi n'-wpst thing in tho
medical worhl. I am tolling you thc
nc'.vx horr for the first timo.
I'onl will sp-nI millions and mil
lions to carry out his own theory on
tho prevention of tho terrihle dis
ease. Three weeks ago Ford took over a
CANCER HOSPITAL WHERE
SEN. SHIVELY IS PRESIDENT
OF UNIVERSITY TRUSTEES
Sen. B. F. Shively of this city was
elected president of the board of
trutee of the Indiana university at
the board meeting this week. He was
the only member of the hoard that
did not attend the meeting, being de
tained in Washington. Other otli
eers elected were: Vice president,
Theodore Rose, of Muncle; secretary,
J. W. Cravens, of Bloomincrton. and
treasurer, Edwin Corr, of Blcoming
ton. Several additions have been made
to the faculty as well as several pro
motions. Among the additions made
was Joseph Wright, formerly an In
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3rd Floor
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600 Children',
Dresses
25c and 39c
Come Early, they are
made of Amoskeg and
Fine Zephyr Ginghams
Sizes 6 to 14, Just the
finest hot weather dress
es. 89c values 25c.
1 .00 values 39c. All
made up to the highest
standard.
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largo, unfinished hospital In Ictroit,
tho promoters having failed to carry
out their plan. It was suppos-'d that
ho Intended to finish th construction
and equipment and make the institu
tion Pimply a general hosplral.
come and take charge of this hos
pital." said Neil.
"No' was the reply. "We expect
to produce our own experts. We shall
benln at the bottom and work with
N'o word of his new plan and ideas
had l.een made public until the con
ference between him and Jude Henry
Neil, the mothers pension man, at
which I was present
Kortl'si Aiuioii milium t.
"Employers who take millions of
profit from the work of their employes
try to K'juare themselves with justice
by giving money to hospitals." said
JudKe Neil. "That Is merely the reT
pair shop we referred to in our first
talk. It dofs not produce anything."
Then Ford decided to announce his
newest plan. Turning to John R.
Ice. head of his sociological depart
ment, he said:
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HENRY FORD WIEL. SPEND MIL.
dianapolis newspaper man, who was
made assistant director of journalism.
Richard Rice, assistant professor, was
promoted to associate professor of
English; K. P. Williams, instructor,
was promote, to assistant professor
of mathematics. Several resigna
tions were received.
WILL HANDLE EXPRESS
ON INTERURBAN LINES
Plans are maturing for the Adams
Express company to handle the ex
press on the Northern Indiana elec
tric lines. The American Express
companies are likewise said to be
interested in securing the interurban
business on these lines. No definite
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oom
2000 Housedresses
and
l QJ Vis,
Made of Finest Amoskeag Ginghams worth 69c
and 1.00.
The greatest value ever offered the people of
South Bend.
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"Wc should tell about this ptan risht
now." J,ee, who is in charge of the
detail?, acquiesced.
"Our hospital will r.t be a repair
shop," declared Ford, smiling. "It is
to be a producer, as everything worth
while must be. There are lots of hos
pitals to euro disease and to car, for
the wrecks. We are confident that
we can prevent cancer. This enemy
of men can be conquered and we have
faith we can find a wav."
"Cancer," declared Neil, "is the re
sult of lowered vitality of body and
mind."
Kxplains Ills Tlu-ory.
"That If just the Idea,"' replied the
automobile man. "I have reached the
the cause of cancer, intemperance not
only of drinkin;, but of eating and
thinking. Intemperance in the mental
processes is as dangerous as drinking.
Fear is about the worst of all enemies,
and It Is mental. If men who have
been intemperate can be shown how
to be temperate, how to eat and how
to think without fear, cancer will
disappear.
LIONS TO FIND A . WEY TO PR
arrangements have been made.
The handling of the express on the
electric line is of great convenience
to business men and tho public as it
makes more frequent deliveries.
THREE KILLED IN AUTO
ACCIDENT AT ELKHART
ELKHART. Ind.. June 2. Three
were killed and two seriously injured
when an automobile driven by Ber
nice Brakeman, .aged 1'0, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Brakeman of
Kalamazoo, was struck by a Lake
Shore train.
The girl took her brother and two
playmates for a ride. The dead are:
Clair Brakeman, 11, brother of the
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Greatest
Handsome S
Dresses in Nor
77 77 o 77 ir
If you are particular
,II Immense Stock of Handsome Dresses at
nml 9.QR fa 9
the day its bought.
"In our new hospital we expert to
demonstrate some of these ideas. To
me it secerns simple and certain."
"I suppose you will hire experts to
the plant until, we educate ourselves
and our own force of hospital men as
we educated ourselves in the auto
mobile shop."
May Oien In September.
Ford said he hoped the hospital
would be ready to begin operations
about September 1. It is situated in
a block of twenty acres of ground.
The administration, power and one
ward buildings are completed. He
paid all the debts, amo Kiting to about
$400,000, and expects u spend $2,000.
000 in completing: the plant. This
dors not include the equipment.
"I gave $100,000 to the men who
began this hospital on the old hos
pital plan," he said, "and was sorry
afterward. I felt that it was a mis
take. It was to be a repair shop.
When their plans failed we took over
the whole, proposition and will try our
way. Out of this hospital will come
knowledge which will enable men and
women to escape cancer."
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EVENT CANCER.
girl who drove the car; John Ilalyea,
11, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. X. Ralyea
of Kalamazoo, and Lewis Brakeman,
nine, a cousin. The injured were
Bernice Brakeman, who sustained in
ternal injuries, and Marjory Hall, 11,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Hall, who sustained a fractured leg.
(;irrs pamagrs.
HARTFORD, Conn.. June 2G.
Damages of S 4,00 0 were given after
six and a half hours of the warmest
kind of argument in the stuffy little
jury room in tho United .States court
Thursday by the 12 jurors who for
15 days have been hearing the $r0,
000 conspiracy suit of Mrs-. Elizabeth
Alden Curtis Holman of Waterville
Maine.
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jra ir loot
Last year we sold over
1,000 of these dresses
in one dav. Tomor
row, Saturday, we ex
pect to do a greater
business as the dresses
are very much be tier
than any we ever of
fered before. The 3
styles represented on
this page together with
4 others are included
in this lot. All sizes,
including 46.
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We deliver every dress
RC CHAMBER
PICNIC OH JULY 15
Committee Decides to Hold An
nual Outing at St. Joseph
and Benton Harbor.
The Chamter of Commerce picnic
will "be held at St. Joseph and Benton
Harbor July 15. This was the de
cision reached by the special picnic
committee, although all the plans are
not complete. The picnickers will
make the trip to St. Joseph by special
Southern Michigan interurban cars,
going In the morning.
Few athletics events fire being plan
ned, as instead of making the trip a
pleasure seeking occasion entirely,
plans are being made to make It as
helpful to the men in a business way
as possible. Sight seeing will take the
plice of contests and a i rogram Is now
being mapped out which will occupy
every minute of the time.
It is planned to Invite the mayors of
Niles and Berrien Springs and pick
them up on tho way to the picnic. A
band will accompany the trip. A
parade will be formed at St. Joseph
and a trip has been planned to the
House of David for the morning. The
citizens and business men of Benton
Harbor will meet the South Benders
and escort them to that city where the
dinner will probably be served.
Visits will be made to the chief
places of interest and in the afternoon
a boat trip will be enjoyed on the lake.
I The Benton Harbor business men will
give the picnickers an auto trip visit
ing the fruit district north and east of
that city. It is believed tho trip will
prove of value to the local men in a
business way, and it is planned to con
duct similar outings going probably to
Elkhart and Goshen on one day by
way of tho Northern Indiana inter
urban lines, and to Laporte and Michi
gan City on another day.
Y. M. C. A. TO HAVE SPECIAL
RATE FOR U. S. RECRUITS
Plans to arrange a special ac
commodation rate for United States
army and navy recruitr. will be dis
cussed at a special meeting of the
board of directors of th3 Y. M. C. A.
Saturday afternoon.
Word was received from tho navy
department by John B. Campbell,
president of the Y. M. C. A., re
questing that the local association
make a bid of the lowest rate at
which accommodations can be fur
nished the large numbers of recruits
which pass through the city every
week. Campbell asserted that the
board will make the figures as low
as possible.
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for hot weather
Tomorrow
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ere
you'll see this
HAS CHARGE OF THE
WEST COAST OF MEXICO
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(jenf. f&bo Gonzs fa,
Gen. Pablo Gonzales is one of the
four men who are dividing Mexico
among themselves for military opera
tions. Gonzales ha.s command of the
east -onst, down which he is travel
ing parallel to Villa's route. He will
invest points south of Tampico.
MICHIGAN CITY The holy of
Emil Rosebaum, who was washed off
the Union pier bv a gitrantic wave
June 15, was washed ashore today.
Children's
Play Aprons
over Aprons? Aiway,
50c style shown
as cuts, Tomorrow
You will find dainty
Pink, Blue, Checks,
Plains. Just the kind
Extraordinary Hat
Beginning Satureay Morning
we put on 200 Handsome Trim
med Hats. They range in price
from 6.00 to I 5.00 on two tables
$1. 00 and $3.50
RDAIN EIGHT
AT NOTRE DAME
Michael A. Mathis of South
Bend Among Priests Con
secrated Friday by Bishop
Muldoon of Rickford.
Ficht young members of tho congre
gation of the Hly Cross were ordain
ed tf tho ;riosth"d thif morning m
Sacred Heart church. Ntre I.ime. -lit.
Rev. l'etrr Mu!(.r;. 1 I.-hop of
Rorkford. tho services beginning at
eiKht o'clock.
Rev. Michael Ambrose Mat hi.?.
South Fend boy. son of
Mr. and Mr.
Jacob r. M.tthi of fe; South lb nd av.t
was amcne the number ordained. Th
others are: James Joseph ''Rrien. De
troit: Frederick .Michael Gassen-m:th.
Odtdl. 111.; Patrick Joseph H.iK'orty,
Scranton. IVini.; Peter lMwar! He
bert. rinnehoir. Mich.; Kriw.ir.l Clarko
IU:rns. New York city; Kdward Joha
Misch. Cleveland. O.: md Iennis Aloy
siiis O'Shea, Chicago.
Four years an all of the newlr or
dained priests were graduated at Xotro
pame university with the degree A. P..
The subseiuent fvjr years they "nuvei
sjent in the study of theolocv at th
Catholic university. Washington.,
where the congregation of the Hoivr
Cross maintains a house.
At the solemn hiirh mass. Hishojv
Mubl(Hn was assisted by Rev. John
R. Seheier as deacon anil by Re-.
Thomas Irvine as sub deacon. In tho
ordination proper. Rev. Andrew Mor
rissey, former university president, an I
now provinci-il of the concregition. ;is
Fiste(l Rishop Muldoon as ;echpriet.
Parents, relatives anil friends of tlio
newly ordained clergymen were pres
ent from many states, and about !''..
people from outh Rend also were in
attendance at the impressive cere
monies. Among the visitors from
o u t
town were: Monsiunor O'Rrien, I. 1.
I).. Kalamazoo, Mich.: Rev. Job a
Guondling. R. R. T., Pern, Ind.; Roc.
Franeis Hewlett of St. lYancis 'chureli,
Detroit, and Rev. Alfred A. lleberU
Jackson, Mich.
CLARK PROBABLY WILL
NOT SPEAK HERE IN JULY
It is very ptoiMole that Champ
Clark, democratic speaker of th
house of representat i rs. will not b
able to fill his enu auemont aU. th
Eolith Rend chautauqua to be held
the last week in July. It is thought
that congress will not adjourn until
late in July. An effort is being mado
by the chautauqua committee to get
Gov. Ralston to till the jdae.
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