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Dashing Out For a Shot at Germans GIRLS! GLEAN AND BEAUTIFY HAiR FF-2 5 CEH KILLED IN THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES GERMAN 1 I V t . . ) IV 4 J V 4 FTrif in Quality First in Results First in Purity first in Economy and for these reasons Calumet Baking Powder is first in the hearts of the millions of housewives who use it and know it. F.ECnYTD HIGHEST AWARDS WorIi' Pare Fod Lx portion, Chieo, Iilticii. Pri Lxpwiiios. France, Surd. 1312. Hot TRUST- i e-Ti 13 a r j.'-'-Ait? -1 A u 1 iiRffi "'tTBAKIMfiPOV' CHICAGO MAW HURT IN FIGHT LEAVES THE HOSPITAL ;cre Kajer Denies Iliat He Had Vny Part In Trouble in Wct I'ml. Tho Injurifs to Grorpe Porsuc, T.'tO Ptdand St.. sustained in the riot at Harris aud Dunham sts. Tuesday nipht. will not prove to be .'is serious as first thought, ho boinc well enough to leave JJpworth hospital Wednesday afternoon, but little tho worse for his part in the excitement. Nn arrests in tho affair have been mado as yet, and it is probable that the matter v : 1 be allowed to drop. decree Kajzer. loOl Punham St., accused by iKruo, has entered a complete denial to tlie charge. Kajzer also denies emphatically that he is responsible for the brawl at Harris and Punham sts., in which Pertme is said to have been injured. Certain iemarks by Kajzer concerning St. 'asimir's" Vtdish Catholic cliurch were said to have been 7 esponsilde for the precipitation of the riot. ii:li:cati; tj:ayi:. Mrs. Plamdi Pontius, Mrs. Anna Steed and Mrs. Emma Walters went t'o Indianapolis Wednesday, where they will attend tho state convention of Pythian sisters that is in session in that city. They represent the South Pond temple, Xo. L... WOMEN WH May Find Help in This Letter. Sxran Creek, Mich." I cannot Fpeak too highly of your medicine. When through neglect or overwork I pet run down and my appe tite is poor and I have that weak, lan rv.iil, ahvayj tired fceline, I tret a bot- Jtlcof LyuiaE. rink- ham's Vegetable Compound, and it hui us me i.p, pivt. me strenpth. v.v.d re Ftorcs ir.e to nerfect health apain. It is truly a prcat bless ing to women, and I cannot Fpeak too highly of it I take p!enure i:i rccom mendinp it to other:." Mrs. Anmi: Cameron-, R.F.D., No. 1, Swan Creek, Wichipan. Another Sufferer Iielievod. Hf broil. Me. "Before takir.p your remedies I was all run ilowp, discour npeil and hrwl female weakness. I took Lydia E. Piakham's Vegetable Com fund and used the Sanative Wash, and find today that I am an entirely now woman, reaIy and willing to do mv housework r.ov, where before taking your riedicir.o it wa.5 a dread. I try to impress up-xn the minds of all nihr.g; vornen I meet the her.efits they can derive from vour medicines." Mr. Ciiai;li:s Kowi:, K. F. D., No. 1, Hebron, Main 2. If you uant poeifil ndvico writo to I.vIia i:. Tinkliam IcI iciiK? Co., f fonfidoiilinl) I.y.n;. Mas V.ur l'tter wil 1m ccncdt rrad ami answored by a woman njid hchl hi strict co.itidemr I - - 1 J Air 0 ARE TIRED ALWAYS Battle in Air Results in Favor of French Aviators, Says Of ficial Report Which Does Not Mention Location. IJOUDEAUX, Oct. S. Tho most thrilling air Kittle of the war was of ficially reported Wednesday night, al though the exact location 13 not driven out. Scrgt. Frantz and Mechanic Qucn ault, driving an aeroplane on which was mounted a light model Maxim rapid-firo gun, pursued a German aeroplane which had flown over the French line, manned by an aerial ob server and an aviator. Flying to the game height as the Cerrnan machine they turned the Maxim broadside on and after a few shots caused tho petrol tank to ex plode. The German machine fell to the ground in dame and the two Germ:.n livers were dead when they hit the ground. One had been burned to death by the blazing petrol and the other, almost untouched by the Haines, had been phot through the head by a Maxim bullet. The French soldiers In the trenches forgot the danger from an artillery shelling which was In progress and leaped from their shelters to obtain a better view of tho aerial duel. Sergt. Frantz already had a mili tary medal, so ho has been elevated to the Lesion of Honor, while Quen ault has been awarded a military medal equivalent to the Victoria cross of Great Britain. NDIANS MOT TOL Men Were Led to Believe They Were to Take Part in Mili tary Tournament, Says Ber lin Paper. P.EPilTN. (Ala Sayville), Oct. 8. German newspapers speak of the pos sibility of a declaration of war from Portugal, emphasizing that the deci sion whether or not to declare war depends upon the result of operations in Africa. Portugese lighting on the European battlefields is regarded as being without importance. According to tho Uerlln , Eokol Anzeiger England conveyed the Indian Mohammedan troops to France be cause these troops would Terhaps be come dangerous in tho Indian unrest. The troops were told they were being taken to Europe for a military tour nament. It Is asserted. Pome days ago when tho Germans were transporting big siesro Howitzers on tho railroads the Belgians started uncontrolled trains down upon them in the hope of destroying the guns. Put vigilance of tho German railway troops frustrated that plan. A Servian paper, published at Kish, declares that Russia's policy pushed Servia into a desperate situation which may result In a total break down. Tho official report of Prof. Folke, director of the Berlin Museum of Arts and Crafts, sent to Investigate the de struction of Eouvain, states that no losses of Important art monuments occurred. All the pictures, especially the famous Dierik BoutP, were res cued by Eieut Thelmann from St, Pe ter's church and taken to tho town hall. Turkey has declared tho ?oa of Marmora, tho inland waters between the Dardanelles and the Bosphorus, to be a forbidden zone. Salar Ed Dowlah, brother of the former shah of Persia, and an enemy of Russia, who for some years has been a fugitive, has return d to the Persian frontier from Europe with arms. The morbid fear on the part of the English that the truth of the present situation In Europe might become known in Egypt has been tho cause of some strange blunders. All travelers arriving in or leaving Egypt are searched for letters and papers. Eng lish officials r; Alexandria on Sept. L'T searched for the wife of the khediv and hi sister. Princess Nimet. and the Princess Eat i me. Egyptian students making antl Ensrlish remarks are sent to .iall for three months after receiving 100 blows at the Hogging post. Subscribers to Turkish newspapers are sentenced to three months in pris on and lined 100 pounds sterling. NEW MOURNING STYLE Women of liris Wear Tri-color K octte on Co ra go. PAU1S, oct. 7. The Jo.irnal Pes Pohats calls attention to the new style in mourning that is being worn by the women of Paris. Those who ar mourning for their men folk killed tli' v..t are wearing a small tri tolor rosett pinned in their corsage eve- bla-k. MARY GARDEN WAR NURSE LONDON'. Oct. 7. Man. harden lias abandoned the grand opera stage for the time being and is going to the front as a Kol Cross worker. She has Just returned to linden after having spent the summer in Scotland and is b-oking fresn and fit for any eventu al it V. Sho experts to To at the front with the French next week. SAVMH -HTHUX BFRI.IN. Oct. .v (By wireless via S iwille. N. V. An official report by Director Falke of the Berlin museum if arts ami rafts states that no im p..rt.k?:t loss s of art works occurred at l.oqvain. All pietures. particnl:-rly ihns. of I )i ri k Bouts, the famous P'.itch j ainter. were taken from the church of St. P ter to the Hotel le Tho noted pictures of Bouts w i" tlie "mrtrtyrdom of St. Kras-tin.v'- and the "last supper." Tho report names Ileut. Thiele mann as the German olficer who saw that tlie Bouts pictures woro saved. '.-h vlT V J ' t rV-.-' j The llololan IIln -orps at work. This is the t.vix at machine that is now (lushlne around northern Bel gium in tlx' new fihtim; oin on in tiiat -ountr. QUARTET WOUNDED li REVOLVE Nathan Spira, "Fire Bug." C. B. Bertsche, "Gunman," and! Two Detective Sergeants Battle in Chicago Streets. CHICAGO, Oct. A "gunman", Christian I. ("Harney") I'.-rtsche, two detective sergeants. James Monapihan and William J. Kan, and a "tire bu". Nathan Spira, with bad blood between them, got together at Randolph and j Dearborn sts. Wednesday afternoon and "shot it nut". Bertsohe is in St. Luke's hospital with two bullets through his right lung and another in his leg: Spira is in the Presbyterian hospital, shot just beneath the heart; Monaghan is at St. Anthony's hospital, shot twice through the kidneys: Egan lies on a cot beside I him, shot through both arms and in j the groin. Spira has but a fighting chance for : his life; Monaghan is in as bad condi- j tion; Bertsche, while severely wound ed, is of strong physique and may recover and Egan will recover. Two innocent bystanders, "Ted" Owens", a Sherman hotel barber, and Joseph Schmidt, nn optician, were struck by stray bullets Owens in the leg and Schmidt in the shoulder. The underlying cause of the shoot ing is a mystery. Dozens of theories have been ad vanced and the most tenable one is that the Chicago police and the crim inal world are about to break apart. Charges and counter charges have been made, one against the other and the shooting affray is the prologue to a series of startling exposures just as the shooting of Camblcr Herman Ros enthal by New York gunmen pre saged New York's great police up heaval. NEED OF CONSTITUTION IS TOPIC OF ADDRESS Round Table Meets at Oliver and De hates Question of New Constitution. The regular mooting of the Bound Table held at the Oliver hotel Wod nesdav evening was a general discus sion of the question of whether or not Indiana needs a new constitution. Chairman Timothy K. Howard called upon B. M Hutchinson, who dptlvered the address of the eveninu'. his subject being "Why Indiana Needs a Constitutional Convention." His address was a logical argument ; for a new constitution, on the grounds, that the present was not suite, 1 to j present dav conditions and problems. ; He pointed out that the constitution j drawn up in 1V-1. when conditions, of industrv and society were alto- gether different from what they are! at the present time, is entirely inade- j quate to meet present day needs. j In the open discussion that fol- j lowed Mr. Hutchinson's address, sent- j iment s emed to be rather more ; A GUARANTEED RELIEF FOR ASTHMA j "I want every Asthnui sir.Tcrer in I South Bend to try my treatment en ! tirely at my risk," Ir. Br.dolpn Schiff mann aniuejnecs. "Io to the Ameri : can Drug Co.. South B.end. Ind.. and I get a "o-cent package of my Asthnia i dor and should it fail to uie instant ! relief, these druggists will cheerfully refun.l your money without any ques tion whatever." The .ctr says further: "No matter how violent the attack, how oPstinate the case or what I rise has failed, my Asthmador or Asthmader C.uaretW s will pic instant relief, usually in 1" seconds, but al ' ways within. 1" minutes. HuiMlreds of unsolieiteil testimonials abundantly prove what my rem.edy has dope, ar.d , 1 know it will do the same for others. i I am so positively rtain that it will J i produce intant relief and v il! be j 1 r. und the ! It :nniv c't t :-s i that ! l n r 1 lit- t..ix v,..i l...in.. ,i t..v- th.. -.. ; 10 11 tor the r - fuinlir.J of up :iey." No nk v.h.:! 1 . 1 . - .... ever is run :n t-uying i:i.s i-zn i:n d r this pos.tne guarantee. ivr,s livin, ,ls.. 1, r.. ,vl. !... iipphe.l under tlo- sam.- -uaranPe Ly, In ir lo.al dru'ist or direct by Dr. S'. th B. Schiffmann. St. Paul, Minn. against the idea of a convention than tor it. Most of the opposition was on the trrounds of expense, it bein esti mated that such a convention would cost the state oer 1,000,000. More use of the power of amend ment was advocated as a substitute measure. This, the opponents of the convention claimed, would accomplish all of the needed reforms without the u-n at expense of a constitutional convention. MAN WELL KNOWN HERE IS PRINCIPAL IN SHOOTING Nathan Spira. "Firebug' Insurance Adjuster, in Chicago ITopital Seriously Woundi'd. Another chapter In the history of the famous "arson ring," in which South Bend is particularly interested ;us Ben Kahn, former merchant on S. Michigan st., has been once found guilty of incendiarism and is alleged to have been connected with the crim inal fire system, took place Wednes- COATS' THREAD. All numbers, black and white, also all colors. 4Cc Per Dozen. c Per Spool. CIIA.S. Ii. SAX & CO. Odds and Ends of Lace Curtains at your own price. Closing them out. American Jewelry Company. Raincoats and Rubbers AT THE RUBBER STORE S. Michigan St. L !4 lpf!Q Faacral ihllo EirecJor I.aily Asitant. PJO Wot Colfax Av. Home rJ!)T. Bell Jf7. Suits for Men and Women $15, $13 and $20. Easy Payments. GATELY'S 112 E. Jefferson lUvfl. I i Public Drug Store New Location 124 N. MICHIGAN S t. ho.mi: orrriTTiNf; stobi: For Thrifly Buj-crs. s ni.ui.iiJJ.iu .-vX TltC DIAMOND IIBASIL - w S CA C'til-ehfMer' uh moDvfLrtnd -1 tw mo thr- ii (r 7,nf V it" llZnhVMf&Zl Q rw.knownaiat.S's.AlT.-yraellab y f!l RY HPI'T.fCTC iATDWillif 1 - L uib u uiri uji ji 11 niiiili ' t.. - - mm -- i i I, , mU day when Nathan Spira, one of the important witnesses when the Kahn trial was held In the circuit here a year ago was shot in a gun battle with Chicago detectives, ispira is an insurance adjuster and was placed on the stand in the circuit court here by i he defense and is ne w under a one to 20 -year sentence to the Illinois state prison for arson. The shooting affrav took place in the Chicago loop district and is alleged to have been started by a crook with whom Spira was talking. The man opened lire o:; a pair of detectives with two auto matics and it is alleged by bystander, that Spira also used a gun. Six per mx per ay and ti wounds ( P sons were injured in the fr; Spira Is In the hospital with which may prove fatal. MICHIGAN.-COR. WA7HB STREET. 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