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THmsnAY, xovi-iMTurn to, inn OUTH BEND NEWS-TIM "iT WAS RECOMMENDED BY MY DOCTOR" The Reason Why so many People Take Father John's Medicine When Mrs. C. 1 1. Dunk-1. of Linden street, Reading. Pa., was asked wh ihc took Father John's M dicino for h r t ouch, she replied. "It was recom mended by my doctor.'' The name question was asked and a similar answef returned by the follow ing; Mrs. a. I-:. Hixon, 30 Iarkin street, Hanjror, M'-.; Henry I'. VUlet, 25 Crown fc'.reet, Meriden. Conn.; Frank Poff, Hallarn. Pa.; Miss Catherine P.oyle, 4 5 lilackoarn street, Fairhaven, Mass.; Charles L. lirown. Irving. 111., as '.veil as a reat many others. Physician?, hospitals and other institutions all over the world endorse the merits of Father John's Medi cine because they know of its history and value. It is bes.t for colds, coughs and throat and lun trouUes and it makes Uesh and strength for thoss who are weak and run down. A doctor's prescrip tion, free from alcohol and poisonous drug's in any form. Father John's Medicine is for sale in South P.end by Coonley DniK Co., cor. Wa.shintUon av. and Michigan st., also Streibel & Steincl, 124 X. Michigan St., and practically all other druj stores In the city. If you have any dilMculty In Kcttimr Father John's Medicine from your lrucist, write to Father John's Medicine, Ij'.vi 11, Mass.. cncldsint,' one dollar for a full sized bottle. AUTOMOBILES COLLIDE;. , TO WE PERMANENT MEMBERSHIP BODY Y. M. C. A. Campaign Closes Tonight Expect 200 New Members. A permanent membership commit tee of 50 men to carry on the work enlarsin the membership of the V. M. C. A. was inaugurated at the Thursday ' luncheon of the captains now conducting a four-day campaign. The cimniltte will be named at a later date. The present campaign closes Thurs day nik'ht at o'clock. At this hour all" team captains w ill make their final reports. The four-day campaign is expected to increase the membership of the organization by about L'uo new members. Several itood reports were iiial- at the luncheon Thursday. Fol lowing it a meeting of the team cap tains was held at which plans werr devised for the final dash this after noon. ' "'We are oinir out to et loo new member:-: this afternoon," was the statement made by ('apt. John Camp bell a- he called the men to order. A rising vote of sympathy was ex tended to W. (). Davits, major gerferal of the campaign. Mr. navies is pres ident of the Davies Shirt Co.. the fac tory of which whs destroyed by lire Thursday morning. Owini? to business duties attendant on the lire Mr. Davies was unable to be present. The closing part of the campaign tonight will ho the b dure bv George Tibbitts at the First M. !'. church. Mr. Tibbitts' lecture will 1 e entitled the "World Conquest," and will be illustrated. LYCEUM PLANNED FOR CITY 15 POSTPONED Diversity of Interests in City Necessitates Calling Off Proposed Series. Cars liclonging to Jr. Ilcrtling anil J. 31. Studcbakcr Collide Hut Only Machines Are Injured. A collision between the -Ford road ster driven by Dr. J. P.. Herteling and the limousine car belonging to J. M. Stuuebaker at 11: 30 o'clock Thursday at Main and Wayne sts. resulted in considerable damage to the cars, but no injuries to the occupants. Dr. Herteling was driving home from a visit in Mishawaka and as he reached the northwest corner of Main and Wayne sts. the Studebaker car came around the corner from the east on Wayne st. The Hurry of snow apparently blinded the drivers of both cars for when they noticed each other U was too late to more than less-en the force of the compact which otherwise might have resulted seriously to tho drivers themselves. The right front wheel of the stuue baker car was broken off at the axel and some glass on tho front of the car was broken. The left front wheel of Dr. Herteling's car was broken, the axel was wrenched and the fenders were smashed. J. M. Studebaker. sr., occupied the Studebaker car. It was announced Thursday that owing to a number of other worthy projects already under way the mu sical and lyceum series that was to have opened at the First M. E. church Saturday night, will be abandoned for the present. Many of the churches interested have found that with the projects now under way it is dilficult to devote the time to the matter nec essary in making it a success. The charities campaign, the V. M. C. A. membership campaign, the appeal for a city mission were given as reasons for postponing the lyceum series. It was announced that those who have purchased season tickets may have their money refunded by calling on the person from whom the ticket was purchased. MORE RELIEF FOR FARMERS May Soon Ship Live Stock to Any Part in State. MARTIN FOUND NOT GUILTY IN CHARGES FILED BY LUTHER Tn a cross-complaint tiled by Fd ward Luther against Silas Martin. ll' NT. Hill st.. in city court Thursday morning, the latter was found not -juilty of assault and provocation. The trouble started between the two men when Luther is said to have --truck Martin with a. buggy whip. I. other was lined $11 upon charges 'i'ed by Martin recently. The argu ment arose over the ownership of a pile of bricks. WALC0TT PLEADS NOT GUILTY TO DESERTION W. F. Walcott. M2 Vistula a v.. was arraigned In city court Thursday aft ernoon upon charges of child deser lion tiled by bis wife. Mrs. Florence Walcott. His case continued until v. 21. Mrs. Walcott was arraigned -e entiy in the same court for the al eged theft of a complete bedroom -aite from the home of the family for hom she kept house. C0U NTYTUP ER I NT EN DENT RECOVERS STOLEN CAR County Supt. of Schools R. II. Long Rfld s automobile was stolen from in rent of the Oliver theater Wednos- lay night while Mr. Longjield was at- endlng the performance on the in side. It was Liter located on St. Vter st. near South Fend av. No race of the persons who took the nachine has been found. YOUNG EMERICiT ISFINED ON INTOXICATION CHARGE Ch.yse limerick. ills S. St. Peter st.. :he , uinL' man who claimed that be nad been doped ami robbed last Sat lrday night, was t:i. d $1 and costs n city court Thur- la morning for ntoxicatiop.. His case was continued 'mm Monday upon the presentation f a note Ym his phiuan stating .hat he was t.'O ill to appear in ccirt. iLi: or III DSOV si:l COATS ritlDAV AM) sTFi:i)AV. F.e.i utiful Hudon Seal tVats on sale it special prices Friday and Saturday. Hudson v'cil v.tts with skunk. Ko linsky or chir.ola collars and cuffs, p cial sab- j.riees are $'.e,.75,- $1h'.o S110.ee, $1.:. CO. Sl'e.ee. J I '..". 0 0 , 5 2 .'' !. $ -j r.rt.u . Advt. The Ellsworth Store. As a further relief to St. Joseph county farmers who have been under quarantine for the past several weeks, it was announced Thursday by Coun ty Agent Hordner that they will soon be able to ship live stock out of the county to any part of the state for slaughtering purposes. Certain con ditions will, however, prevail which the shippers must comply with. Mr. Hordner stated that he had re ceived, word from State Veterinarian Nelson by long distance telephone that Nelson is mailing to all railways a letter authorizing them to take shipments of live stock from farmers consigned to any part of the state. This live stock must lirst be inspected at the shipping point by a licensed veterinarian. The veterinarian must sign a statement testifying 'that tho live stock being shipped is not dis eased. The shipper must also lirst obtain a special permit to take his stock to the loading point from County Agent Hordner. Mr. Hordner is expecting a copy of the letter from Nelson in a day or two. PERSONAL INJURIES ALLEGED IN BILL William II. Donahue Brings Suit in Superior Court to Recover ,no l-Yom Aila L. Melber. William II. Donahue has brought action in the superior court to recover $2,500 from Ada I. Melber for alleged personal injuries. The plaintiff holds that while riding his motorcycle the defendant ran him down with her au tomobile and that as a result he has been incapacitated for his work. According to the bill the plaintjff was riding his motorcycle one day last October on S. Michigan st.. when .it Alain st. and Jefferson blvd.. the de li ndant ran into him. It is alleged that injuries to th motorcycle nnd the rider's clothes amount to t0. The plaintiff maintains furthermore that his health has been injured abd that be finds it necessary to use a car. because of a stiff leg and that therc u re be cannot put sue his work as sa c-man. which woi k. he ss, was bringing him $ 1 S 0 a month. win: asks rem ni vouch. Norma R. Savidge of Mishawaka has tiled a petition for divorce in the superior court against David A. Savidge. he says that her husband has been an habitual drunkard dur ing the two years that they have been married. She charges also that he has been abusive and cruel to her. su: of iirnsox seal coats FKIDAY AND SATE It DAY. Heautiful Hudson Seal Coats on sale at special prices Friday and Saturday. Hudson .Seal Cents with skunk. Ko linsky or chinola collars and cuffs, special sale prices are $f:;.75, SlOG.oO, $110.00. $125.00. JL'0.00, $16.". 00, ?20e0O. $250. Ovb Adt. The Ellsworth Store. Make t ractive Phila. your Thanksgiving table at and huv your favors at .The Adv. - SAVE YOUH HRIH! IF FALLING OIT OH DANDRL Ladies! Men! Here's the Quick est, Surest Dandruff Cure Known. Thin, brittle. eo!orb-vM and erai"jy' hair is mute evidence of a neglected scalp; of dandruff that awful scurf. Tin re is nothing so dcstructie to the hair as dandruff. It robs the hair; of It lustre, it strength and its very j life; eventually producing ji fcVcri.h-j lit-s and Itching of the scalp, which! If not remedied cauits the hair roots SFHIOTDIDEIE to shrink, loosen and die then the h.'ir falls out fast. A little Danderine tonuht now any t inn will surely iM' our hair". iWt a 'Z" cent bottle of Knowlton's Dazalerine from any drug store or toilet eodnter. and after the lirst ap plication your hair will takr on that life, lustre and luxuiianco which is so beautiful. It will become wavy and Huffy and have the appearance of abundance: an incomparable gloss and softiuss. but what will please you most will be after just a few Weeks' use, when you will actually see a lot of line, downy hair r.r hair growing all over the sca?j. Advt. PLEADS SELF DEFENSE IN MURDER CASE (CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE) rest, according to the police. Nothing with any bearing on the murder was brought out. in their questioning Wed nesday night. Dodge came t South P.end with Itingling Pros'. ..trcus and had been in the city since. He had no steady employment. He was said by the po lice to be a habitue. of the dens of the ivit side. Patrolmen Alby and Koczorowski, who by means of quick work arrested the alleged murderer within an hour after the police department was noti fied of the murder, declare that Dodge's hands were still red from the blood which poured out of Clark's wounds. A pocket knife of not un usual size, stained with blood, was found in his pockets when he was searched at the police station. 1-1 ml Seen ml Knife. Another knife, alleged to have been found on the lloor of the room in which Clark was slain, has led the po lice to believe that he put up a des perate tight to save himself. How ever, Dodge carries no marks of vio lence frwm any instrument. The knife found on the lloor was also stained with blood, but the police believe that it was stained from Clark's wounds. Clark lost an enormous quantity of blood before his death. According to Sergt. Parnhart, who was in charge of the otlicers detailed on the case, clotted blood was thick over the lloor of the room in which Clark was killed. The women of the place in an effort to clear up traces of the fray only succeeded in scattering the blood over the wells and furniture. The sofa upon which Clark lay when found was drenched with his blood. Hours of Carousal. The death of Clark was the after math to hours of carousal. REMARKABLE SONG OF WOMAN'S LDVE Peculiar Work Demonstrating Feminine Fidelity. caused a thou-sar.d tears,.. ' 1 i : x ka7 For ct - 'ry day cf hap-pi-rcs3 I've lived a thousand , I played the gam i cf love and i "--! r bet. You 'her.te J anl I r-iid the cost, For -y i .rrzrrzz r r r 1 Trm q cv - 'rv rm!e von cive to me u-r i .'! ::.r.ot.Mi The song is said f.o be one of the most pronounced hits which New York has had in manv years. 1 You DEATHS. IXFAXT WA.fCEH. Jadwiga Nicmier, year-old daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. Wajceh. 1514 W. Dunham st., died Wednesday morning after an Illness of six months. She was born in South P.end ct. 1, 1913. Funeral will be at the residence Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Eurial will be in SI Joseph's cemetery. UrsSFU, D. HAMILTON'. Word has been received in this city of the death. Saturday morning. oi Pusseli p. Hamilton, six-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Odes Hamilton of Elkhart. Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton formerly lived in Jthis city and the boy was born here on June ."0, 190S. Deth occurred after but a short ill ness with infantile paralysis. The father is a brakeman for the Iike The men , .hore liailroad Co. and women arrested had been in the i place, t.ay tho police, since early in the afternoon and more than once sounds of fighting and brawling were heard emanating from the house. The oive in which the killing took place is one of the lowest In the city, and is said to have been in operation for many months. Mrs. Cora Mann, proprietress, has been arrested in numcrahle times. Clark is well known in Nib's, hav ing lived and worked there for sev eral years. He is ahout 40 years old and single. The persons arrested were picked up by Patrolmen Alby and Koczorow ski within an hour after the police were notified of the affair. Dodge was located in a side street too drunk to offer resistance to the otlicers who arrested him. The other members of the party were scattered over an area of four bloeks. Not one of them offered resistance to arrest. BRITAIN FORGETS WAR; PAYS LAST' TRIBUTE TO BOBS (CONTINFED FliOM'PAOE ONE) Connaught. and W. H. Page, the American ambassador. The'sternness of the military honors paid to the late soldier failed to overshadow the human side. It was touching to watch the mute respect shown by Pelgian and French refugees who mingled . with the crow ds at the station and near the cathedral. They wept with the English and showefl the measure of sorrow that one could expect if a famous soldier of their ow n nationality had died MKS. MAKV ANN SINK. Word has been received of the death of Mrs, Mary Ann Sink at the home of her son, Hiley Sank, near Elk hart, Sunday. Mrs. Sink lived in South Fend for 2v years, moving from here to the home of her son only 14 months ago. She is survived by six children, among them Mrs. Sarah Itossman of Oak st., and Mrs. P. Fonts of Sump tion Prairie. The funeral took place Wednesday in the Fl K hart cemetery. SAY M0NEY IS DUE Suit P.roiiglit in Circuit Court to Col lect SI 15. Suit has been brought in the circuit court by the I. W. Lower Decorating Co. against William F. Punch and wife to enforce the payment of $11.1 alleged to be due for material. It is charged that tip? defendants have failed to pay for material furnished for necessary repairs to a house and it is now desired to enforee a lien se cured against the property. The South P.end National hank is made a party to the defense on the grounds that that institution holds a mortgage on the property in question. TO Pi: DELEGATES. John I. Campbell, J. Q. Ames. C. rover Little and J. P. .Miller will at tend the state Y. M. C. A. convention at Iifayette as local delegates. The convention opens Friday and will con tinue over Sunday. Geo. Wyman & Co.- A new song, now popular iti New York, which txcmplities how faithful is woman's .love, is the one just out called. "For Every Smile You (Save, Me You Caused a Thousand Tears." A part of the chorus runs: "For every smile you gave me you caused a thousand tears. For every day of happiness Fve lived a thousand years: I played the game of love and lost! You cheated and I paid the cost! For every smile you gave me you caused a thousand tears!" The music is written in only one oc tave with no high notes, thus: For Ev Smile You Gave Lie You Caused A Thousand Tears rji?o : r. ;rr-ri-rtr rrr J -I tor cv 'ry smile you pave to me, You Any N. V. P. Trunk would resist the weight of three men jumping on it's surface. And it wouldn't "give" or seem strained under this combined weight. A test which many "popular priced trunks" wouldn't attempt. Here's a 5 ply trunk fibre outside and in side, with 3 ply veneer between that is light weight, yet strong and durable. Made in Steamer, Dress and Wardrobe models. The Dress Trunk at 11.50 A 36 inch square cornered trunk. Two trays. Hat compartment. Fabrickoid lined. Outer sur . face finished in dark green with polished metal hardware. The corners are metal reinforced. An excellent ladies or gentlemens model. The Dress Trunk at 12.50 Same as above only 40 inch length. The Steamer at 9.00 36 inch square cornered in same detail as above with the exception of one tray. The Steamer at 10.00 Same as above Steamer only 40 inch length. Suits! Suits! 9 e 0 X r 1 Off WVl Any 15.00 up to 40.00 Suit in our Store is now )'i reduced. 3 SaY I muss A f "Made bij the makers of INDESTRUCTO 99 From purchases on Yard CokIs aral Sundry Notion. When vou present miL checks to the amount ot S5.no (whether in one sale or any number of purchases, up to January 1st) vou will receive FREE McCALL MAGAZINE for 12 months and Any (one) McCall Pattern. Take checks to Pattern Dert. TOYLAND ' OPENS Saturday, November 21 COMES Boys and Girls Mothers, and Fathers Next week will be Silk Week at Wy man's. Sale to iftart Saturday N overnber 21st Tomorrow Evening Papers will carry import ant advertisement. A chance to buy Silks to give as "Pradtical Xmas Gifts". Come and See Us DONATIONS TO THE PROGRESSIVE PARTY Or tlio Money That Camp Into Kx ohoquer for Campaign Fxpensos the Most Was Contributed. During the recent campaign tho ex ponses of the progressive party in this county was $1.2 01. $5. Through an error in a previous notice this amount whs made to read $1,318.4:?, which latter sum was in fact the amount of receipts of the party. These receipts were largely from donations, although a considerable amount came from the advertising in the Progressive Ob server. There were 4 4 donations to the cen tral committee and of these the ma jority were for sums ranging from $10 to $25. Amiinj the larger contribu tions were: IT. J. Miller. $150: Q. F. Im?, $100; Dr. Stephens. $50; A. Jones, $50; J. W. Hill, $50; X. C. Leh man. $50; F. P. Hardy $50; C. D. Hildebrand. $5, and W. Mjller $70. RUINED INTERIOR OF SHIRT FACTORY. THE MARKETS CHICAGO GRAIN". "HirAOO, Ndv. 10. Grain elo: WHEAT Dee.. $1.1.", s: May, $1.12S. tNKX Dee.. ;7e; May 71 K: K.TS 1V-.. Mflv. 7.:V''tfii&. I'd KK Nov., S17.00; Jan., S1S.7."; May, 1 1. 11 D Nov., ?10.aO; Jan., S10.1."; May, ? 10.27. Jtir.S Jan.. $10.0.1; May, $10... clvi:i! si:i:i-paving $7.u) to $8 00; nellinc ;it -..0O to $10.00. TI.JrTIlYlayinf- ??QQ; e?Ulag & $0.50. A L PA L FA '11 k. g at $10.00. $i.i',.i: TOLEDO GRAIN. TOLKTm), ., Nov. lo. Oose: WIUv.V'K Cash. $1.15,; Doe. May. $1.-TU- COltN Cash. 75?i to 70 V; I (... CSi ; May. 7Mi4. OATS Cash. "lOi to ."lUe; Pw., oiVl May. r.. RYK -No. 2. S1.U. 'IOVi:i:SKi:j Prime msli. Iee.t Sf March. $!.."71-i. AIIKF Prime, eash. ss : dc., $s.T0; M irrh, s.l.".. TIMtKl'HY Prime. er.sb, ,2.: I .. $2.02.-; March, .2.75. CHICAGO GRAIN. CHICAGO. Nov. I'.i Openliur: WIi':it De-. ?1.15 to $1.15: May Sl.21 to . 'oru Iei (mc; May 71'ic. O-ats Def. r.Ois to 5o-: M.iv 5:;T-. Pork Jan. sis.C2; May SIH.O",. Ivard Tan. S1012. Kilis Jan. $10.20; May $p).2725. '.r.;.r . , i : . . . . 5-4 . - . . . . . : : .. .. .. ' ' - A . A . . ' : : 1 : ' .... ' . . ; . . y. i t, -.. . . . - y ... -; 4 v . v -, . ; vir-rp ' .V - , . . . . v . V - i 1 . . ' .- i;--- - s ff .. V. '-.- s . ; . . . - V ' 4.; .. -i $ 1 ,. . - fe;v:i- v ;:- " iZ- Vzi&:' - -- t: CHICAGO STOCK. T'NION ST(M?K VAIMiS. II!.. Nov. l;.- nops Keeelpts 22.O0; mark-f striiL'. Mixed and liUthT ?7.oo'5 7.. VI ; '.!. d !it-avv $7.:ri7V; rou irli li-avy .!."'? 7.2."i : litrhtt .;.lij'ii7.45; pis $5.."'i7.;io; bulk $7.21 m 7.45. Cattle IU-eipts C.50: market vak; lieeves. $0.4010.00; cow; and hif'r. sr..7."fii..M; stiM-kcrs and ffder ?".o,yi7. 15: Tex'aiK uAWi 2:: calve .OOll.OO. Shoop Ileelpt s.oi4; m-rkft ''.ilv; native and western $,..V7C, .00 : l.nnl ..". 75U.25. SOUTH -BEKBMARKETS I'Ol LTRY AND MKATS. (Corrected Paily Jty Ji:aini-'s Market. 121 V. Jefferson IWvd.i I)IIi:s.SFP POULTRY Paying 1; s-!I- OKISKD SPKINGKHS Paying 1C-; fell In? 2V Vi:AL Tavlng 14v; spiling 2.V. IU-:i:r Ronst, 2.M-; Lolling. 12;; porter hoa'. ru t 4iv: sirloin, .'!. HAM Celling LO-. LARD Celling" IV. I LOUR AM) I'LEI). (Corr'-t'il Ihdly I.v Knolilwk Clnz, Hydraulic Av.) WHI-: AT Vuyinz .L10 jer bu.; Foiling $1.20 p,T l.u. OATS Pay in- i-k? pr bu.; selling rrj per bu. NKW CORNpayinc 7 p-r bx; sell, inp- 7.- jn-r iu. OLD CORN Paying 75r per bu.', eelL iajr p r bu. RYP l'aylnff r pr-r l.u. TALLOW AND HIDTS. (Corrc-ted Daily bv S. W. Lippmiin. 211 N. Main St.) TALLOW R.ii 2:1, 2- to r.e; rcn-lcrel. No. 1, -U- t : N". 2. C to 4-. HIDLS Gn-en No. 1, S; to en If skiu, 4 c to ,"e. curt YOUNG MAN CONFESSES TO ROBBING REGISTER Joseph .Tuula Ti lls ()ni?ors lie Tool, Money lYoni Kolup.i Drn Store in Past VvL-s. PROVISIONS (Corrected Daily ly F. 'U'. Mueller. 2!0 L. Jefferson lilvdj FRUIT Oniiisres. per a: 27: s-Uinz at 2V: to f.o- per doz. ; leneim, p r t , 4..V. sellinp at pr doz. ; banar.as. pr buij.h, $1.75, pelliiis at to 2-"- per dez. YKGirTARLFS New -aM..nsf. parir? T? to -toe t iltz.. slliti at ir 1. ''i: dpw potatoes, payini: 40-, .linc t '". IIUTTKR AND UG(;s -4 ,u:;try butter, payliic- i:o- t .".o r-nir. iT to ereat::ery b:.tter. pnyiaj; Mllin? Les, strictly freli. paving .V--. s-lli:i' 40V. Joseph .Liirln. 21 years old. C 1 7 Per kins st.. v.jis arroted Thursday ooon int; upon forojilaint of tho pr ijo i ti r; of tho Kolup.i ln-i;u 'o.. 4 . 7 S. Chapir St., who declared that he had in th past two months tapped the n n t),.- store f;r mere than 5',o. j n - , trance, ncci-din to th". prnprie? i , w.'us rairo-d throntrh a rrar do-T. Jau'la was u t i '.y rt:t. Harnhart. 'hief Kae-p rt ar.d l) pat Pros. Sehwartz Thursday no.rTiii: . i affoj dink' to them admitted hS He stated that he. tool; th to.p. from the ea:-h drav. errand starrp :- which was located htdiind the :', seriptio!i cas- in tho rear of tlx- sv-r?. He will )f arraiune. in irc;;;t '.::. si:ei. (Corrctel Iailv bv Warr.er F.ros. Sfor. 114 L Vav:a St. t TIMOTHY .::.2". -r bu. RUD CLOYFi:- J2 t") l r bu. ALFALFA-$10 CO j.r bu. AIIKK CLOVi:i:-SKW per bu. Se-d RUINED INTinilOlt OF DAVIES' SHIRT FACTORY. HAY, STRAW AND I LFD. (CVrrerte.l DalJv by t!:e V.-'.ov .- Flour . Kwil Vn.. 4: S. Ml'dojr'ir V. -HAY I'avln- J12.lV 1 $H.tn: nt SlO.Oo to $1 oo. STRAW Fay Ins -57 to ..oo; llin- at $'. oo. ai.d 74h jr bale. Ni:V CtRN Payini;. : Uii:i; at 7(H- io 75. OATS Pa; lug 45c; selliu Jit 52c to 'W. EXPLODING FURNACE STARTS FIRE IN GARAGE AND FACTORY co.'Tixi:r from iw;:: ni: partially buri-d.. oOi; ani' - .'rac ked him frr.ni 1-uieath t:i' wn !:a.'C half m.eons. io-;-. He v.-as immedi ately harried t. J-:pworth he.-pi?al. Upon xam::iation it wa.s fo-jr.d th:;t hi- his f ico ! ra:.--d. i:;:,.vorth. ::n 1 th. :r f- two rif s wrr- ; ro!; n and h -' '.'.a re b.-.dlv Mr. ai.l Mr-. .1. r. Y. Yash! a jt. r. v. T" s"ene of tlie t;re ! tarr-. forts t "'.'. ar-l r .'.: the' !'r hot e'f.-o v.ilao th-- non 1 a - m s in a bllndi Mr. lavies etat tin snow. 1 that P f. ; r v. . v ta i: it It o :-ht tho will prr- uorl; au'.iin is r". making d p a r t : : i e n h.ao to w indows ir.vtalh d -.b. de chinery v. ill als I ;t It was sa!e 1 th: a worl; in the l)'.';' laar.dry he resumed -Aitrut. ar:.thrr n.-d in Th- hirt N' w :!"- rs .vill iv ro : ;at on, boh- all new ma- t V, will d IV . a a M n were busy all to ?VV epin' oat t la n v.-a v the d br :-i lated. Al -.at T were thrown out t a ( -sa t : n f an; shirt e t - i i: A "j- -T and aft ria . n r and elf !:n: i n oi aar:;a- !i a ral -. orne;i mph men t .!ao . iu th- I i.:nd: v h i: iu:m am k j: All t'.aoi.N at The Fh:iu, i ! Aviv.