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.MONDAY, AUfirsT 17. 1011 SAYS MILLENIUM IS HEAfl IT Hfli Russia Will Capture Constanti nople and Sweep on Into the Holy Land is Declaration of Minister. Tho millenium H cIos? at hand. ?urh ;a. thr r laration of P.pv. A. Adams of Omaha. Nd.. at thr Church f Cod service at Mehille hull last niuht. Hf-v. Mr. Adams j.ointed to th European strife now in iiroqn-ss and declared that scriptural j.roph- es.ies are corning to pa?- to the very letter. As Kov, .Mr. Adams trans 1 ,t t the srrii)ti;ral prophecies, tho final overthrow of Turkey is at hand. Thl will ho accomplished hy Russia, hp paid, who continuing in her mili tary dash southward will swcp th Mediterranean .and Klack S'-as and throw her forces into the Tfoly Iand with thr aim in view of tho usurpa tion of Jerusalem. Uut. hero the mil lenium will occur, naid Il-v. Mr. Adams. Tho Iord will appear and tho "RuFslan hear Fhall come to hia end and none Fhall help him." From thence on will bo the thousand gears' rule of Thrift on ra"Lh. Points to I YophrHes. Tho contention that tho milhnium is at hand was based on the proph esies of Kzekiel and Daniel. The first peventeen vt'rses of the thirty-eighth chapter from Ezekiel and the final five rses from the eleventh chapter of Daniel were cited by the pastor. Hefore launching on a translation of various passages of tho scripture the preacher pave ;i short history of Russia and her attempt to seize Con stantinople in 187S. For porno un known reason the pastor stated the Kussian army was within 15 miles of the Turkish capitol when it suddenly halted and never got any farther. Hero Hev. Mr. Adams finds things came to pass as prophesied in tho cond and third verses of the eigh teenth chapter of Kzekiel as follows: "Behold. I am against theo O C.od (meaning Russia), the chief prince of Meshech and Tubal. "And I will turn thee back and put hooks Into thy jaws, and I will hring thee forth, atnl all thine army, horses and hosemen, all of them clothed with all sorts of armor,- even a great company with bucklers and shields all of them handling swords." Tho time Is now at hand for another attempt by Russia to seizo Constanti nople and control of the Mediter ranean, asserted the speaker. Hp explained that we hear very lit tle of Russian advances because that country Is only awaiting the oppor tunity to make a sudden march to tho south once more. And after this the march into Rgypt and the seizure of the Holy Land. To prove his asser tion the pastor quoted the fifteenth and sixteenth verses of thp same chap ter of Kzekiel as follows: "And thou shalt come from thy place in tho north parts, thou, and many people with thee, all of them riding upon horses, a great company and a mighty army: "And thou shalt come against my people of Israel as a cloud to cover the land; it shall be in the latter days and I will bring thee against my land, that the heathen may know me. when I shall be sanctified in thee O Cod before their eyes." Put Same Interpretation on Scripturo. Th" same interpretation is put on the fortieth verse of the eleventh chapter of Daniel which speaks as follows: "And at the time of tho end shall flu king of the south push at him: and tho kins of the north shall come against him like a whirlwind, with chariots and with horsemen, and with many ships: and he shall enter into the countries, and shall overflow and pass over." In the forty-fifth verse the pastor found prophesy that Russia will con quer and enter the Holy Land. This verse is as follows: "And he shall plant th. tabernacles of his palace between the seas in the glorious holy mountain; yet he shall omo to his end, and none shall help him." At this time Rev. Mr. Adams as serted all Jews will return and re ceive their Messiah. War in the air he said is predicted In the statement of "a rain of fire and brimstone." Pestilence is also due to follow said the pastor. The Foiled States may be drawn into the struggle the pastor declared. GIVES ILLUSTRATED TALK H. A. IVr-hing. secretary of the Humane society, ;:a his illustrated talk on birds at the Brethren church n ?. Miami st. Sunday evening. In the course of his b eture he imitated the song's of many birds, including the uckoo. robin, cedar bird and others. He will ileliever another talk at tho Trinity Presbyterian church VYYdn. s- lav evening. 8 9 " J m jcvesinoi stops skin tr IF you have eczema, rash, pim ples, or other torturing", ugly skin eruption, tryKcsinol Oint ment and Resinol Soap, and tee how quickly the trouble disappears, even in severe end stubborn cases. They 8Up itching instantly. ri:yjlcia.ii have pr:cribH the Ptir.cl ttnlrnent for 1 3 yrtLrs, f yr mil orl a of k:n trouble. dandruff, .rc. :!c.rs, turrit, wounds, and ittes. Ever dm-.ft teYjt Itrsiiujl Oiatment RetinliS. For trial rrc, vruo to D:;t. o3. Kuiacl. Baltimore. MsL AtcmI kuL.titut I II life 1 : ou&Ies TO BURN BODIES OF Tl LOVE CASILE VICTIMS One Wounded by Mad Negro Will Die and Two Will Live Wriqht Buries Soul-mate. CHICAGO, Aus. 17. Out in Oak Park today In the home of their father, Kdwin H. Cheney, lay the rofllnod forms of 12-year-old Martha Cheney, and nine-year-old John Horthwick Cheney, two of the vic tims of the demon.like fury of Ju lian Carlton, house man in the "love bungalow" of Frank Lloyd Wright at Spring Green, Wis. Th.e bodies of the two children will be cremated tomorrow and later the ashfs are to he placed in the cem etery. Thus another concluding chapter in the terrible tragedy en acted in the Wright home was to be written. Mamah Borth wick's body placed in a grave late last night alone and unattended, cave by Frank Lloyd Wright and his two nephews. There was no service of any kind. Mamah Horthwick was the mother of the two Cheney children and for merly was Mrs. Kdwin II. Cheney. The bodies of Ernil Rrodelle, an architect employed by Frank Lloyd, one of the kIx person.3 killed by the negro has been taken to Milwaukee. Thomas Drunker, one of those wounded by the negro Carlton, was making today a valant but hopeless tight for his life. The other wound ed David Llndblom, the gardener, and William Weston, superintendent of the estate, will recover. The body of Ernest Weston, the 1 ."-year-old son of William Weston, tho farm foreman, was brought to the family home In Spring Green. It will be buried tomorrow morning. The father, who is CO years old, was badly injured by the mad negro, and will bo unable to attend the funeral. MEETING OF COMMITTEES Further Arrangements for Aerial Cir cus AYeek to lc Made Tonight- All committees assisting in arrange ments for the aerial circus to be held by the merchants of fr-outh Bend here during the week of Sept. 14, will meet at S o'clock Monday night In the lied Koom of the Oliver hotel. There are a number of matters to he discussed at that time which are of importance and It is necessary that there bo a good attendance. The committees have also issued an invitation to any who are interested in the affair to he present. NEWSPAPER MEN TO BE GUESTS OF TOWNSEND Manager of Oliver Hotel Will Kntcr tain Scribes Wednesday Night. Dick Townsend, manager of the Oliver hotel, has tilled the hearts of outh Bend newspapermen with de light for he has issued an invitation to them for a dinner at 6:30 o'clock Wednesday evening. More than a score of reporters and editors will at tend and the probability Is that there will be very few absentees on the oc casion. In addition to the dinner, several other features are planned which will afford the press members entertainment. DR. J. W.HILL TAKES PLACE ON PROGRESSIVE TICKET Dr. J. W. Hill has been chosen as a candidate for the ofllce of coroner on the progressive ticket by the pro- Kresive central committee Saturday night in F. E. Uimberfs office. Dr. Hill was opposed hy Dr. S. W. Baer and Dr. Arthur L. Knapp. Dr. Hill was nominated to fill the vacanev left by the death of Dr. Charles M. Butte. , orth. Dr. Hill was a dark horse, and it was not generally known that he was a candidate for the office until two or three days before the meeting of the central committee. IMPOSTOR SOLICITING FOR LABOR DAY SOUVENIR Police are looking for a man who is s Vieitin advertisements and sub scriptions for the Iibor day souvenir book which is boing issued by the labor unions of South Bend. The fake solicitor has already collected money in advance from several people. The labor unions have requested a warn-in- be issued anainst the man as he is not a representative of the body which is issuing the souvenir booklet. CHILDREN OF MARY MAKE PILGRIMAGE ON SUNDAY Sunday afternoon a special oar transported 1K members of the Chil dren of Mary of St. Joseph's church, and their pastor. Rev. Patrick Carroll on a j'iK'rimapre to "Our Iady of Peace" at St. Mary's. After reciting the rosary and litapv and singing hymns, the young ladies were conducted through the various buildings of the institution. SUE TO COLLECT $2,000 AND FORECLOSE MORTGAGE Suit to foreclose a mortgage and tho rM'o,ry of . 2.00 was tiled in the su perior court Monday by Aurora M. Parsons against Albertena Keck. Mar tin Keck. Stuart 11. Penrod. Cyrus Walters and Cora M. Penrod. It is alleged that the K cks gave Parsons, Ib-nnis and Co.. a ncte for $1,750 on Aug. 'JO. r.Ul for two years, and that on June 10. 1V14. the property with which the note va secured by a mort-u-ace was transferred by them to the Pen rods. Payment of interest on a first mortgage and attorneys fees make up the remainder of the $2, SCO judgment requested. sti:vi: gi:kguz Di:ri:Ti:i. The Steve Gergacz were defeated Sunday afternoon n Cartier field at Notre I-'ame by the St. Florians by a M ore of 4 to 2. Uipp held the Ger- t iht hits while FYyer. who Pitches for the Oliver Factory league team was reached for 15 safeties. i-'ev-n errors by the Cergacz also as- M.sted the St. Florians to victory. GATGH NEGRO SLAYER AFIERJOT BATTLE Eighteen Officers Pour Shots Into House and Force Police- man's Murderer to Give Up. CHICAGO, Aug 17. Patrolman George Trumbull was shot and in stantly killed this morning hy Sums Hogan, a negro, who resisted arrest in the south side vice district. Hogan was captured after 18 policemen arm ed with rifles had poured a fusillade of shots into a house at 3S0O S. State st. in which he had taken refuge. More than 300 shots were fired during which Patrolman Michael McArden and Ilogans were both wounded. H gans and several negroes had quarrel ed over a game of cards and Patrol man Trumbull was called. When he arrived, Hogans opened fire and the olllcer fell with a bullet through his body. Hogans then fled. A call for police reserves was gent into the Cot tage Grove a. police station and three wagon loads of officers arrr.d with rifles responded. Capt. Caughlin de manded that the negro surrender. He refused and 18 rifles sent a hail of bullets through the house. Twice more, the negro refused to give up and the police opened fire again, but after having1 been wounded twice, Ho gans threw down his revolver and surrendered. MISHAWAKA GIRL MAID OF HONOR AT EASTERN WEDD BUFFALO, X. Y., Aug. 17. Miss Purmadetta Sammet of Mishawaka was maid of honor Thursday morning In Lockport, X. Y., at the marriage of Miss Clara D. Ottman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Ottman of Lock port to George Kuhn of Huffalo. The Hev. August Wiese officiated. Miss Sammet wore a blue silk ponge with hat to match. Her bouquet was of pink roses. Albert Kuhn of Buffalo, the groom's brother, was best man. Miss Sammet will return Wednesday morning to her home In Mishawaka. SLAYERS BARRICADED IN MINE ARE KILLED WHEN SEARCHERS USE DYNAMITE BLUE FIELDS, W. Va., Aug. 17. The tragedy which began Friday with the murder of three employes of the Glen Alum Coal Co. when $10,200 of the company's money was stolen, end ed early today when the five bandits were killed with dynamite. The robbers were barricaded in a cave In an almost Inaccessible spot on the side of War Kagle mountains. Aft er the fire of the posse proved unsuc cessful, mountaineers climbed to a point from which they could throw sticks of dynamite Into the cave en trance. Dozens of sticks were thrown. Finally one reached the right spot and five of the murderers were Instantly killed. Battleship Arrives With $8, 000,000 in Specie and Tour ists Rush to Cash Checks. LONDON. Aug. 17. The arrival here of the United States cruiser Ten nessee and the battleship North Caro lina, with over $8,000,000 in gold and the steady departure of English ships for the American ports has relieved, almost totally, th anxiety that the stranded Americans felt when war first broke out and temporarily ma rooned them. Distribution of the gold that is to be allotted to the Americans In Eng land began today and there was a rush of Americans to exchange their money orders, letters of credit and travelers checks for specie. The ma jority upon receiving the gold rushed to the steamship olfices and engaged passage from tho first ships sailing for America. The resumption of traffic on most of the English steamship lines and the likelihood that service will con tinue with fair regularity, has check ed the first mad scramble to get aboard the boats sailing for Ameri can portg. Wealthy Americans, who a week ago would have been glad to get back to their home land traveling in steerage are now Insisting upon firt class accommodations and will wait until they get them. Amply provided with gold, many of the Americans made visits to the pawn shops here to redeem the Jewels which they had pledged when war temporarily made worthless their chtcks and money orders. SANTA CAT! I Kill X A CAITI'RKO. XEW YORK. Aug. 17. Word was received by the maritime exchange that the Hamburg-American steamer Santa Catherina, plying letween this city and Southampton ports, has been captured by a British warship and taken to Trinidad. The. Santa Cath erina left here on Julv 25 with a cargo valued at $1, 000, 000. ADDITIONAL SOCIETY. Mr. and Mrs. Max Hurwich. 4 05 S. Iafayette st.. have issued invitations for the wedding of their daughter, Elizabeth, to Edward Friedman, which will take place Sept. 6. Miss Wilda Shonts. 203 E. Marion st.. has issued invitations for a. tea to Le given Thursday afternoon, compli menting her house guests, the Misses Emily Gresrg. Emma Potter and Min nie lUitz of Kankakee. 111. A great many South Bend people attended the Evangelical convention at Oakwood park Sunday. People from Ohio, Illinois, Michigan and Kentucky spent the day at the park where they heard the Y. P. A. conven tion sermon and dedicatory address by Bishop S. P. Spreng:. Homer A. Uhodeheaver, chorister for Billy Sun day, gave several vocal and trombone solos. Mr. and Mrs. William Reeve?. 716 Sherman av.. a son. born Aug. 12. Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Burzbach. 545 Cleveland av., a daughter, born Aug. 15. MILLIONS IN GOLD I STRANDED AMERICANS SOME NEWS NOTES. Davles Laundry. Both phones. Leslie, the optician. 301 S. Mich. st. Dr. Stoeckley. dentist, 511 J. M. S. FRANCE I'liJO ENGLAND SUPPLY 10 ESCORTS U. S. Cruiser Tennessee and Battleship N. Carolina Ar rive at Falmouth, Eng. FALMOL'TII, England. Aug. 17. Escorted by a French and English battleship, the United States cruiser Tennessee and the battleship North Carolina came into the harbor here early today, cast anchor and proceed ed at once to unload part of the 000,000 in gold that they carried for the relief of the marooned Americans. No demonstration of welcome on shore greeted the arrival of the ships because no announcement had been made as to the time of their arrival. This led to a near-serious complica tion. The French and British war ships lying in the harbor sighted the Tennessee and immediately put out to sea to give battle, supposing it was a German warship. They were steered off when they discovered the identity of the ship and fired a salute. The Tennessee will sail tomorrow for Chourbourg to aid Americans there and in other cities. iu:i:x tiiiiti:i) ayelu COPENHAGEN, Aug. 17. travel ers who arrived today from Per. in de clared that since the first excitement over the war had died down all Americans were being courteously treated. They also denied the report published in a London paper, that Carl Eiebnecht, the socialist leader, had been put to death. IF ENGLISH WOMEN Lady Cook Says They Should be Ready to Defend Nation in Case of Invasion. LONDON, Aug. 17. Idy Cook has launched a campaign to raise armies of English women, trained and armed lik regular soldiers, ready to fight for the country. Iady Cook, pointing out the fact that the women would be the logical defenders when the men were all sent abroad, said: "I am going to arouse the women of England to defend their homes, to re sist invaders, tight for their homes, their honor, their children. "My plan is to have regiments of women wearing khaki uniforms, just like men, with the possible addition of knee length skirts. I expect 150,000 women to be armed, drilled and or ganized into armies in three months. "I made a start today by calling at Puckingham palace, and got in, too, and left a letter for Queen Mary. I told her about Queen Poadicea. who called on both men and women to follow her into battle. Her scythed chariot mowed down her enemies like grass. There were the Amazons, too. Women have been brave in the past we aren't dolls. "There are plenty of women knitting socks and doing Ked Cross work; but I want every woman who has health and strength to use arms so that when the men folk are away they can de fend their homes and honor. I believe English women will make good fight ers. You remember what Kipling says about the female of the species being more deadly than the male." BUILDING FALLS ON HIM; ASKS $1,000 DAMAGES Ten thousand' dollars in damages for injuries received while in the em ploy of James Kizer, a farmer living about six miles from Elkhart, are ask ed by William A. Peatty in a suit filed In the superior court Monday morn ing against Kizer. The injuries were received on Aug. 1, 1913, while Peat ty was helping Kizer move a small building from Elkhart to Kizer's farm The building was loaded on a hay rack by Kizer, Peatty and other men and Peatty was ordered to con vey it to the Kizer farm. Just as th trip was started the building slipped olY the wagon, burying Peatty under neath and he alleged he sustained four broken ribs and a fractured spine. He states that the spine is crooked and will always remain so, Incapacitating him for hard work. The accident Is maintained to have been caused by the neglect of Kizer. PLANS 10 RA SE 5,918,098 gallons 1913 1,536,232 gall ons more One Oil for Nearly 300,000 Cars We have motor ever produced one grade of oil to meet the need of every make and type. Nearly 300,000 motorists in the Middle West alone use " Maintains thT' correct lubricating body at any motor speed or heat.. Also Jloivs freely at zero temperature. Reduces wear to tne -mmL ae ifMi . winter-ana-summer oii It adds life and power STANDARD OIL COMPANY (AS LVDULXA COEP02A7IOX) Makers cf Labrkatiag Oils for Leading Engineering csd I ad as trial Works of tbe Work! CAPTAIN COLLINS MARRIES HEIRESS Divorced Husband of Natalie Schenck and Miss Amelia Rumsey Wheeler S i t March on Bride's Parents. BALTIMORE. Md.. Ausr. 17.-Capt. Glenn Collins, divorced husband of Natalie Schenck, soldier of fortune, globe trotter, society man and one time day laborer, was married late Friday night to Miss Amelia Pumsey Wheeler, of Connecticut, daughter of Samuel II. Wheeler, millionaire sew ing machine manufacturer. Collins is a former officer of the English army whose escapades and financial troubles attracted much at tention not long ago. He. with his bride, was brought into prominence in this city when he was tried before Judge Ileiiisler in part II of the crim inal court on the charge of obtaining $1'5 by me. ins of falsa representations from Richard II. Thompson, vice president of the Maryland Trust com pany. One of those present at the sittings of the court was Miss Wheeler. Her interest was a matter of comment at the trial. This developed when a statement was made in testimony that Miss Wheeler's father, "a millionaire sewing machine manufacturer, was prompting the prosecution of the ac cused" in the hope of having him placed in prison to prevent a contem plated marriage between Collins and his daughter. That th-3 father was unsuccessful, if such an alleged intent was his, sub sequent developments proved. Capt. Collins was acquitted of the charge. Then, in spite of every- effort made by the young woman's parents to stop the marriage, the ceremony was per formed in a small room in the home of the Rev. Thomas G. Pearce, a re tired Baptist minister at Glenarm, Baltimore county. It was shortly before midnight and raining heavily The man who per formed th- ceremony is now a mail carrier. His name had been suggested by John E. Raine, a Baltimore county editor, after the couple had failed several times to find a minister to J marry them. Mr. Raine acted as best man. Edward J. Miay, iormer pres ident of the Advertising club of Bal timore, was the other witness. Will Join British Army. After the wedding the couple left for Philadelphia, and Capt. Collins an nounced his intention of sailing lor Scotland to rejoin the English army in th European conflict. That the couple had laid their plans well was fully shown by the way they proceeded in stealing a march on Miss Wheeler's parents. The license was taken out nt the court hous-3 at Towson, about S o'clock Friday night. Mrs. Collins, who is "7 vears old, three years her hus band's senior, left Fairfield, Friday t vening. It was Miss Wheeler who steadfastly stood by Collins in many of his trou bles, he even admitted at the trial that she had advanced Collins ? 5,0 0 0 and some jewelry to the value cf $1, 500 which he had pawned. On the witness stand in the crimi nal court Collins told how he was an intimate of the Reginald Vanderbilts and other social leaders in New York, Philadelphia. Newport and other cities. According to his story' he is the son of the head of a large publish ing house in Scotland which does busi ness in many corners of the globe. His grandfather was Sir William Col lins and a brother is a member of the English parliament. He has travers ed practically every country of the globe and he was lionized in many of the cities which he visited. Capt. Collins in his testimony herG said it cost him approximately $5,000 a year to keep up his interest in the English regiment of which he was a member. AMERICAN AIDS BRITAIN TO OPERATE RAILROAD LONDON', An?. 17. The govern ment's taking over of tho railroads and especially its guarantee to pay shareholders the .same net revenue during Avar time as has been paid heretofore, is proving a capital stroke. Henry "W. Thornton, former super intendent of the Long Island railroad, now general manager of the Great Kastern. has been taken into the full confidence of the government as a member cf the executive committee of railroad managers appointed to run th' combined system. .r sold in than 1912 r ft. 9 ' i TV;-' 1 studied every built and have O minimum A T!foka - rULAKHN n. to every motor. 18 ii -r-d t k a7c?H? ' r,'il liiPs: . si lO Qznt$ If yoar dealer can t gapply yoa, tend lCc for one packags or J . 00 for a carton of ten pack, a get (200 cigarettes), pottage prepaid. After tmokins I package, if yoa don't find CAMELS at represented, re tarn the other 9 packages, and IV 4 is ill refund our money. ; -tMUCS 7a ,iaaa. 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