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THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES
SATCnD.YY. .TTLT 4, 1911
CITY PREPARES TO
ME DAY OFF TO
OBSERVE FOURTH
Wheels of Industry and Com
merce Will Stop and South
Benders Will Hie to Pleasure
Spots for 'Sane' Celebration.
South Hcnil's Industrial ami com
mercial wheel will suspend their
unual KTitul Saturday and the city
will Join with tho nation In a bril
liant Fourth of July celebration.
A real holiday has been planned for.
tho city. Practically every retail
concern in South I lend will close its
doors either for all of tho day or
during1 tho afternoon. Factories will
jrive their employes a rest. Nearly
every buslnesH will suspend opera
tions. Practically the only stores to
n open will bo tho clftar and con
fectionery Fhop3 and drug stores.
Tho day being; a leal holiday tho
"lid will bo hammered down tight
on every saloon of tho city. City and
county officials will be given a hol
iday. A short session will bo held
in lty court to dispose of the usual
nunitr of intoxication cases.
The postoffice goneral delivery win
dow will bo open until 10 o'clock in
the morning. One delivery of mail
will bo made. Hanks will close for
all day and other business concerns
will l.o among the closed list.
No special effort has len made to
make a public fireworks demonstra
tion or to plan a festival day al
though numbers of private celebra
tions have been planned. The usual
parades, due, to the. extreme hot
weather, will be discontinued and no
celebrations with speeches and pa
triotic music will be held here.
The largest number of people it
seems prefer to spend the day at
nearby lakes whero several picnics
will bo held. Kxtenslvo arrangements
are bflng made, for outing trips to
Hudson, Pine. Diamond, Maxinkuc
kee. Eagle, Chain. J Jarre n and other
lakes. Plans are being made by tho
inteiurban companies for carrying
largo crowds. Automobiles will
carry a large number to the picnic
grounds. At a number of them fire
works celebrations will be held.
Celebration at Ilertraiul.
A safe and sane - celebration has
been planned by the former citizens
of Bertrand, north of here. Large
posters have been placed in con
spicuous places forbidding people
from shooting large torpedoes on the
Mdewalks there and other noisy and
unsafe means of celebrating the day
have been prohibited.
Patriotic speeches will be made by
Judge T. FT. Howard of this city and
by others Interested in TJertrand wel
fare. A basket dinner will be served
at noon and a program will be pre
sented In the afternoon under the
direction of the Pertrand social cen
ter club. Rand concerts will follow
in the evening.
Crusade Todge, No. 14, Knights of
P.vthias. will spend the day at the
Aaron Jones farm, south of the city.
A program consisting of a ball game,
eontests and speeches by different
members has been planned. Two
sides have been named for the day's
ontests. They will be known as tho
Keds who are captained by Karl
Wells and tho lilues. captained by
Michael Kinscheriff. They will be
carried to the picnic grounds by auto
mobile. The U. I. band will head
the procession which will leave the
city at l:r.o In the morning. Fire
works will be displayed in tho even
ing". Uefreshrr cnt stands "have been
built and "eats" will be served.
LOCAL ATTORNEYS WILL
ATTEND STATE MEETING
Concntloi of Par Association Will
Ho Held In Indianapolis
Next Week.
Many f?outh Tend attorneys are pre
paring to attend the annual meeting r '
the Mate bar association to be h
in Indianapolis on Wednesday ai.
Thursday. July S and 9. Stuart Mac
Kihhin of South Pend will make an
address at tho meeting. According
to reports from Indianapolis the con
ention is expected to be one of tho
largest and most elaborate held by
the association in years.
BLACKSMITH WANTS TO
JOIN THE U. S. CAVALRY
Anthony Petkus, aged 1, of Misha
waka, left South Bend Thursday night
for Cleveland, O.. whero he will be a
candidate for enlistment in the United
States cavalry, subject to an examina
tion to bo made by the army officers
there.
Petkus is well known as a black
smith of Mishawaka. He was exam
ined by the local recruiting officer
and Capt. F. 1 1. Cameron of Grand
Kap'ds accepted his application here
this week.
STOPS MU'KAI.C.IA KILLS P.M.V.
Sloan's Liniment gives Instant relief
from Neuralgia and Sciatica, It goes
straight to the painful part Soothes
tho Nerves urul ?tops tho Pain. It Is
also ood for Rheumatism. Sore
Throat, Chest Pains and Sprains. You
don't need to rub it penetrates. Mr,
J. 11. Swinger. Louisville, Ky. writes:
'I suffered with quite a severe Neu
ronic Headache for four months with
out any relief. I used Sloan's Lini
mejit for two or thrve nights and 1
haven't suffered with my head since."
Ctet a Untie today. Keep in tho
hcHiso itU tho timo for pains and all
hurts, 2 5c, Wc. and $1.00 at your
Druggist.
iiucklen's Arnica Salve for all Sores.
Advt.
wiijIj li:avis ixn wit.
Miss Nina Williams, who for the
past 10 years has been in charge of the
millinery department of tho Newman
Williams store, hs.s disposed of her in
terests in the concern. She is unde
cided as to where she will enter busi
ness again, but intends to leave In two
wt-eks fi r California, accompanied by
Miss IMna Caskaddon of 407 W. Jef
ferson boulevard.
Constipation and piles are twins.
They kill people inch by inch, sip life
away every day. IIollLster's Uocky
Mountain Tea will positively euro you.
No eu re no pay. ZZ cents. Tea or Tab
lets. Coonh y Drug Store. Advt.
A prop.-r application of tonl Do
Luxe, as used at Porr.mert & Jay's,
will removo the dandruff and relievo
Hchinx. lie. Jeff. BIdg. Advt.
WILL PLAY NEW NATIONAL
AIR FIRST TIME JULY 4
Springbrook band will introduce in
Its evening concert Saturday at
Springbrook park the new national
air. "A National Paoan' a piece that is
being; played for the first time tomor
row all over the country. The authors,
Rice and Bloomfield, expfct the new
patriotic song to sweep the country.
Tho rest of the program, together with
the one that will be played Sunday
afternoon, is as follows:
"March. "National Emblem" Bagley
Selection, "Tone Pictures of the
North end South" Bendix
"If They'd Move Old Ireland Over
Here", from When Claudia Smiles
Harris Hits, No. 7 C. K. Harris
Waltz song, "If I Were the Ocean
and You Were the Shore" . A. Bryan
Selection, "Songs of All Nations"..
Mackie-Byer
Intermission.
March, "National U. S. A." . . . Panella
Selection, "Little Boy Blue"
Arr. Lampe
Waltzes. "Perfume of the Violets"
Bennett
Campmeeting Band Kerry Mills
"A National Paean" .. Rice-Bloomfield
Sunday Afternoon ITogram.
March. "Break the News to Mother"
Charles K. Harris
Hesitation valse, "Aeroplane Dip"..
Pryor
Remick'fl Hits No. 14, introducing
"Sailing Down the Chesapeake
Bay", Flow Along River Tenne
see, When the While World Goes
Back on You, Adele; Sunshine and
Rosos, When It's Apple .Blossom
Time In Normandy, On a Good
Old Time SleigTi Ride, Somebody
Loves You. What D'ye Mean You
Lost Yer Dog."
Fantasia on "O Du Lieber Augustin"
T. H. -Rollins
Kerry Mills Turkey Trot. .Kerry Mills
Intermission.
'March, "They're On Their Way to
(Mexico" ...Irving Berlin
Selection from the musical farce,
"High Jinks" Arr. Tom Clark
Overture, "Poet and Peasant"
Fr. V. Suppe
Tone picture, "After-Glow". C. L. Cobb
March song. "When I Come Back"
Kerry Mills
"A National Paean". . Rlce-Bloomneld
C. II. Smith, Conductor.
CLOGS THE KIDNEYS
Take a glass of Salts if your
Back hurts or Bladder
Bothers.
If you must have your meat every
day, eat it, but flush your kidneys
with Baits occasionally, says a noted
authority who tells us that meat
forms uric acid which almost para
lyzes tho kidneys in their efforts to
expel it from the blood. They be
come sluggish and weaken, then you
suffer with a dull misery in the kid
ney region, sharp pains In the back
or sick headache, dizziness, your
htomach sours, tongue is coated and
when the weather is bad you have
rheumatic twinges. The urino gets
cloudy, full of sediment, the channels
cften get sore and irritated; obliging
you to seek relief two or three times
during the night.
To neutralize these irritating acids,
to cleanse the kidneys and Hush off
the body's urinous waste get four
ounces of Jad Salts from any phar
macy here; take a tablespoonful in a
glass of water before breakfast for a
few days and your kidneys will then
act fine. This famous salts Is made
from the acid of grapes and lemon
juice, combined with lithia, nd has
been used for generations to flush
and stimulate sluggish kidneys, also
to neutralize tho acids in urine, so it
no longer irritates, thus ending blad-,
der weakness.
Jad Salts Is Inexpensive; cannot
injure, and makes a delightful effer
vescent lithia-water drink.
PICKPOCKETS FAIL TO GET
SOUTH BEND'S MONEY
A Ist Pocketbook and Stolen Horso
and Buggy Only Complafiits
Kocelvcd.
"According to the police department,
pickpockets were inactive In the
wake of Ringling Bros, circus. Chief
Millard Kerr stated Friday morning
that no complaint had been re
ceived, and with the exception of a
pocketbook which was reported lost
and a presumably stolen horso and
buggy, the visit of the circus was
unusually slack in its regular train
of crime.
Mrs. C. A. Sperry, 501 F. Broad
way, reported to the police last night
the loss of a pocketbook containing
about $22
rings. She
pocketbook
and two vauiable gold
stated that she took the
out of a handbag while
front of a lemonade
standing in
stand, and
when she put It back It
was in some manner dropped to tne
ground. She noticed her loss a few
minutes later, but the pocketbook
had disappeared.
Victor Van LakeJh? P. Division
st. road lost his horse an.l buggy last
night at the circus grounds for a
space of perhaps five minutes. He
had hitched the outfit on Kerr st.
near the show grounds and when he
went after it. It had disappeared. He
reported the matter to the police and
the horse and buggy was found later
hitched a block away on Sample st.
SCHUELL ASSIGNS ASSETS
FOR CREDITORS'BENEFIT
Charles M. Schuell has made a
voluntary assignment of his assets
to United States Commissioner Thad
M. Talcott. jr., in order that a settle
ment may be made with his creditors.
Liabilities amounting to approximate
ly $19,000 and aseets of $10,000 were
reported to Commissioner Talcott,
who has taken charge of the property
which consists largely of a Jewelry
store. An Inventory of tho Jewelry
stock Is being made by the commis
sioner which is expected to be com
pleted within the next few days, aft
er which a settlement will be made
with the creditors.
MRS. DEWEY IMPROVING
FROM J3AS POISONING
The condition of "Mrs. C. A. Dewey,
720 Logan st., who narrowly escaped
death by asphyxiation Thursday morn
ing when her room became filled with
gas. killing her pet parrot, is reported
to be much improved Friday after
noon. Mr. Dewey, who was also nearly
overcome by tho gas fumes, ij re
ported to be recovered.
A MEAT
WEILL EXPLAINS
LABOR DIFFICULTY
Declares He's Friend of Unions
and Details Peculiar Tangle
Which Resulted in Walkout
of Men Employed on Building
In answer to charges that he lias
been unfair to" union labor made by
various leaders in South Bend and
through handbills end stickers dis
tributed throughout the city, J. P.
McGill, of the J. P. (McGill Furniture
Co.. issued a statement Friday in
which he denied the allegations. He
also stated that he has asked for a
hearing before tho meeting of the
general building trades council to be
held Friday night, when he wishes to
present his side of the trouble which.
It is said, has resulted In an attempt
to boycott the McGill store.
The difficulty arose in connection
with the erection of a new building
for the furniture concern on S. Michi
gan st Due to the employment of
three non-union painters, all other
members of organized labor who were
working on the building, went on a
strike a week ago Wednesday. Mr.
McGlll's stand in tho matter, he stated
Friday, as follows:
"I am a friend of organized labor
and always have been. When the
contract for tho remodeling of tho new
building was let, I voluntarily specified
that union labor must bo utilized on
every class of work in which union
men were available. Shortly after
this time a man by the name of
Beeler, presumably .a walking dele
gate of the unions, came to me and
asked If union men would be employed
on the building. I replied that they
would.
I Encounter Difficulty.
"He returned later with the state
ment that the contractor had told him
the union laborers were not specified
in my contract. I showed him my
contract in which this was stipulated
and we took the matter up with the
contractor who had failed to see this
provision. He had already let the
painting contract. I immediately or
dered him to dismiss all non-union
laborers and Beeler promised me as
many union carpenters as necessary.
"But eight union carpenters were
sent to the contractor and ho needed
at least 15. Later Beeler notified me
that two non-union men were being
employed and they were dismissed at
my request. Again Beeler notified me
that . three non-union painters were
working on tho building and told me
that unless they were dismissed the
union men would quit work.
Hud Let Contract,
"I took the matter up with the con
tractor to find that he had made the
contract with a local painting com
pany before he had understood that
only union painters were to bo em
ployed. "We went to the painting com
pany and asked them to withdraw
their non-union men. They refused.
It was impossible to break the con
tract with them and Mr. Beeler was
notified of this. In addition he was
asked for a solution of the problem.
"I also explained that unless we va
cated our present location by July 15
wo forfeited $4,0-0.0 to tho Brandon
Durrell Co., and that the work on the
new building must he completed be
fore that date. On Wednesday morn
ing the carpenters and other union
men were withdrawn from the build
ing. Thursday night a committee,
presumably from headquarters, ap
peared before me and asked:
" 'Mr. McGill. are you satisfied with
how things are going on your new
building.'
Wants to Kx plain F;icts.
"I replied 'Yes', and tho next day
the stickers and bills, labeling mo as
unfair were distributed. My purpose
in making this statement is give my
side of the affair in order that there
will be no mistaken impression. I am
and always have been perfectly will
ing to employ union labor but this
situation was a peculiar one. I have
done everything in my power to be
fair to the unions. 1 do not know
whether my hearing before the trades
council will prove effective but I am
certain that very few of the labor
men know the true circumstances."
DISPENSARY ASSOCIATION
IS NEW CORPORATION
The Children's Dispensary associa
tion of South Bend was incorporated
Friday in Indianapolis. The directors
named were Drs. C. E. Hansel, R. L.
Sensenlck. II. M. Miller, E. J. Lent
and others. It incorporated under
tho name of the Children's Dispensary
and Hospital association of South
Bend. It will now bo enabled to hold
property and operate a hospital. For
some little time the association has
been considering the purchasing of
property for the purpose of erecting
a dispensary, but the action was de
layed until the association should
have been incorporated. A meeting
of committees for the purpose of ar
ranging the proposed child's welfare
week for the purpose of raising funds
to erect a home will be held Monday
at the Chamber of Commerce.
TWO BURNED TO DEATH
IN APARTMENT BLAZE
XKW YOItK. July 3. Two women
were burned to death and three other
persons were fatally hurt today in an
incendiary fire in an apartment at
111th st. and Fifth av.
The dead:
Mrs. Hannah Nikoklri, aged 45.
Miss Sarah Nikokirl. a daughter,
aged 12.
Mrs. Nikokiri and her daughter
perished as they knt i in prayer. The
attempted to reach fie fire escape but
were cut off. There were 150 tenants
In the building when the fire broke
out and a wild panic ensued.
RAXKUITT SALE.
Starting Monday, July 6, the entire
stock of merchandise of the Freyer
muth Art Store, consisting of Wall
Paper, Draperies, Pictures. Picture
Frames, Pottery. Cut Glass Brass,
Sterling Silver Jewelery, Baskets,
Trays, etc., all to go at 33c to 60c on
the dollar. Nothing will be reserved.
C. Fassnacht. Trustee.
Advt. F. C. Freyermuth. Sale Mgr.
CAUV TO CKLKBILVn: SAXKLY.
GARY, Ind., July 3. This city is
in gala attire for the "sane Fourth"
celebration to be held tomorrow. The
Declaration cf Independence will be
read in thirty-two languages.
WAXTKI).
Carponters and painters to stay
away from MeGill job. 212-214 S. i
Michigan st. Strike on.
Rv Order Building Trades Council.
Adv.
HOT WEATHER
SKIN TROUBLES
Iteslnol Clears Them Away Iosily.
With hot weather comes the worst
skin suffering for some folks. Fczema
hives, heat-rash, insect-bites, poison j
oaK or ivy, sunourn, cnannq-. ana a
dozen other troubles make life unen
durable. But YOU needn't worry.
That soothing, antiseptic Reslnol
Ointment stops itching and burning
instantly, allays inflammation, and
soon restores the skin to perfect
health, even In severe, stubborn
cases. Doctors have prescribed Res
lnol Ointment for 19 years.
Reslnol Soap used regularlv for the
toilet and bath usually PREVENTS
skin troubles. Reslnol Ointment and
Reslnol Soap are sold by all drug
gists. For trial, free, write to Dept
2B-R, Reslnol Chemical Co.. Balti
more, Md. Advt.
BIBLE CLASSES HOLDING
INTEREST DURING SUMMER
'
During the month of June 40 Bible
classes with an average attendance of
432 have been taking the Bible work
under the auspices of the Y. W. C. A.
Bible department. In spite of the
heat the business Women's class has
maintained an average attendance of
80, meeting each Tuesday evening in
the association gymnasium and having
supper together before class.
The leaders' class also is well at
tended and the outlying classes at
Roselawn, Munson chapel, Stony
Ridge, Tamarack and Willow Creek
send god reports of their work. Tho
leaders' classes and the business wom
en's classes In both South Bend and
Mishawaka are taught by Mrs. E. B.
Harris.
If for the Blood
has effected complete recoveries
in numerous cases in which the resources
of physicians had been exhausted.
Powerful but Non-Injurious.
Astonishing rtsults In Malignant
Casos. Purely Vegetable.
Amongr the dl within its flHd ar Rhea.
n&tlm, Blood I'olson, Scrofula. Old Sore and
Ulcerous co editions, Llrer, K tdney and Bladder
Dlaraiea, Malaria, Stomach Trouble. Constipa
tion,!, a tarrh. etc'. An Invaluable aid In Tuber
ruloslt. Highly superior a a general tonio
and purifier.
Rheamatim for ten years, one bcttle cared
me." Majfee, W Jm.
Blood Poleon : "Three bottle cured ease In
worft form." Carter, Ok la,
"Saved my life." Lenta, Ml.
"Cured In two Weeks." Lteht, Ark.
"Cured Inntr trouble." Smith, (la.
"Liver and kidney trouble cured."-Pawson.rk.
"btomach trouble fifteen years. Two bottles
cured me." Leonard Cal.
'Malaria seven years, cured by two bottlei.
Warden. M. C.
Write for free booklet and find out what
ALKANO will do for you.
Alkano and full Information retrardlnjr It
may be obtained from our sales agents, or
direct from the home office.
ALKANO REMEDY CO., Kansas City, Mo. cU
'19 naXure-T 's COS 'Him-Bqaipum
vii uiojj pouiciqo oq .Sciu oubjuv
inn
RIVER VIEW CEMETERY;
LOTfl FOR TUSEK ORAYES. S?3. i
rzaU'ETCAX. CAKE GUARAIfTKrX J
Den Fhone. OueWry, 2420. 1
Bell rhone, Sup. B 3S3S. It
Xr. D. K. Oummtxrs, Trt. I
VAmrr CrvxJkett. Trsma. II
John Q. Hawker, f$c eud Saptj
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Sueeeisors to A. M. Jones
The Furniture Store Around on .Main
.Street.
Public Drug Store
New Location
124 N. MICHIGAN St.
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Ransack Sale
begins
Monday
"Th BrUhti
sailors eip-i
BARGAINS! BARGAIN St
rvrnwrruRc fiuos
r.AnDFTt.CTnr
GREAT
H0VAL
offers greater values and more
of them than ever offered be
fore la South Bend.
Liberal terms on sale prices
or iO discount on sale prices
if cash is paid with order.
The
Ransack
Sale
begins
Monday,
July 6
"Tkm BrUhtmmt Seat A Xasjss
MERCHA
al Bank
4
Now is the time to arranffe the
Saving Perxit joxi Intend to make
between now and July 10th If yon
want It to draw Interest from July
1st.
Merchants national Bank
EYES' EXAMINED FREE
Gltaeee TtttHZyU
8CaTMtla GmJinuUcl
burr "a 0M&k4 i opticiahs)
DR. J. BURKE & CO.
Optometrists stad MsrafsxtiirlaT Qf1s
39 S. HIC1I1GAX ST.
fiarntlsvy -9 tm 19 by Appelstmcat.
NOTICE We dopUcate u; loo
Stuns dy. If matter vfeo fttttd
fJSrtnj: the plet-a.
SWANIC
Cleans and Blocks
PANAMA HATS
$1.00 each. Both Phones
Gas for Lighting
and Cooking
GAS COMPANY
Tbe WhJte Herns of
Modem Home FnrnJaben
30C to 310 So. Mich. SC
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Pleasure Trip
TKere is satisfaction in taking an auto trip Vhen
the burden of caring; for
one else.
There are many ideal spots near South Bend
appropriate for auto parties, and we are prepared
to arrange trips including all the minor details for
parties of. all sizes. Rates reasonable.
THE RED LINE
407 S. MICHIGAN ST.
Bell Phone 613. Home Phone 5613
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Sale in our Sunday Ad.
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To Famous GEORGIAN BAY!
The Only Way to Cecrjiaja Bay that Allows tie SiJe-Trip
Tkrob lit Betctifol 30, COO Uizit is tht Goodrich Use.
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Will be closed all Day 4th of
Ji:rri:uso. i;ia i.
This 1 the rso?t fa-scfr.ntir.a: Grea Lake;' trr- Leave Chirao any I
Saturiaj, 2 p ra. from July II toAug:.t 2). incisive. V.'r.to for bocklet. j
g. nrt 1 Other trf:s to Green Bay. Mackinac .rd :
Utner ifiranu .eSoo;aveTufays 1 p.n ;ThurJaM. :
Five-Day Trips t&2 p-ffi" Jure 23 ""
To Grand lUrea anl Muakayoa Kafwar to llichica- Sav.tiful
resorts leave dai?y b.J p in. Day t ts. baturday, busuay, Monday.
Writa for Iuitrated summer folder and Gocr' Bay bock'.et to
PARK R0BBINS, C.P.A., Dept. B, Foot Kiciijaa At. . CHICAGO.
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