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THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES
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With Carranza Eliminated One
of Two Rebels Will be Next
Military Dictator, Says Officials.
WASHINGTON'. Nov. 20. That
Obrcgon or Villa will be the military
dictator of Mexico with Carranza
eliminated. Is the Judgment Thursday
of officials of the state department.
A dispatch received at the state de
partment from Mexico City Quotes
Gen. Obrejrcn as saying:
"I regard all efforts made to settle
the present trouble without resort to
arms as useless." '
Word to the state department Is
that Gen. Villa has re-ached Iruputa
ad thac he is marching swiftly on
the Mexican capital.
The oXftcial dispatches pay "the
Carranza troops are retreating all
down the line. Two thousand Car
ranza troops came over to Gen. Villa
after the capture of Leon. And eight
rapid flre guns and 400 rifles came
into ihe possession of Gen. Villa."
Administration officials are per
turbed over reports that about 700
Mexicans who worked for Gen.
Funston for the improvement of Vera
Cruz are clamoring for protection
from the United States. These Mexi
cans express sheer lack of faith in
the so-called guarantee of Carranza
and of the convention. The dread of
the men who worked for Funston, It
is reported, has been increased by the
realization that Funston's orders leave
hirn no alternative but to leave Vera
Cruz.
Acting Sec'y of War Iireckenrldge
cabled Gen. Funston Thursday to al
low the priests and nuns to leave Vera
Cruz on a transport at the expense of
the. United States government. This
was done after the war department
made public correspondence between
Francis C. Kelly, president of the
Catholic Church Extension society of
Chicago, and iSec'y of War Garrison
and between Sec'y Garrk-on and (Jen.
Funston. Mr. Kelly stated in a dis
patch to the secretary of war, that
the report that his society had "taken
the transportation of priests and nun3
from Vera Cruz out of the govern
ment's hands is untrue."
To correct the misapprehensions all
around the war department closed the
incident so far as it was concerned by
ordering Gen. Funston to provide tho
accommodation for the priests and
nuns if they desired to leave Vera
Cruz for Galveston.
SUES CITY FOR SON'S DEATH
Six Year Old Ijad Dies of Tetanus
From Vaccination.
NEW YORK, Nov. 2 0. Richard C.
W. Waters of Brooklyn, retained
eounsel Thursday to bring suit for
damages againsl the city for the loss
of his 6 year old son, Chester Stanley
Waters, who died .Sunday night in
Kings county hospital of tetanua fol
lowing his compulsory vaccination by
a board of health surgeon. Criminal
negligence in failing- to take proper
steps to prevent tetanus is charged by
Mr. Waters against the board of
health. The boy was compelled to
submit to vaccination when enrolled
as a public school pupil.
OSBORNE NOW WARDEN
NEW YORK. Nov. 20. Thomas
Mott Osborne, the wealthy chairman
of the state prison reform commission
who last fall spent a week in Auburn
prison for the purpose of studying1
condition. Tuesday night he accepted
tho appointment as warden of Sing
Sing1. Mr. Osborne in his letter of ac
ceptanco to State Supt. of Prisons
Uiley rays ho will maintain the posi
tion so long o-s ho "can be of more
service there than elsewhere in tho
cause of prison reform."
WANT AN ALBERT STREET
Paris Council Favor? Flan to Honor
Belgium's King.
PARIS, Nov. 20. The municipal
council Thursday enthusiastically
adopted a proposal that one of the
crrcat thorougnfares of the capital be
named after King Albert of Belgium.
The candidates for re-bapiism include
the Rue Uoyale, the Boulevardc des
Capucines and a stretch of the
Champs Elyseoii. The last named
seems favored.
STKAMFH NTOWN VP.
VTNICE. Nov. 20. The Austrian
ptcamor Josephine, en route from
Assab to Trieste, has been blown up
by a mine. Six of the crew were
saved.
AN ACTIVE LIVKIt MEANS IIIIYITH
If you want good health, a clear
complexion and freedom from Dizzi
ness, Constipation. Biliousness. Head
aches and Indigestion, take Dr. King's
Now Life Pills. They drive out fer
menting and undigested foods, clear
the Blood and cure Constipation. Only
2 5c at your druggist. Advt.
GENEVA. Switzerland. Prof.The
odor Kochcr of Berne h;is invented a
powder preparation called "coagu
len" which he claims will stop almost
instantly the flow of blood. Prof.
Kocher has made a gift of his inven
tion to the European armies.
WASHINGTON. D. C The bureau
of chemistry ha received a hatch of
freak oysters, taken from beds in
Ixng Island sound. They look like a
regular oyster but turn pink when
opened. They are harmless.
MANCHESTER. England. A sol
dier, writing home, says: "We are
going strong
First we had vaccina
tion. Then starvation. Next Snceu
latlon. Some have had isolation.
Pretty soon some of us will meet an
nihilation. What oh."
SOruCK OF INSPIRATION.
"Children," said the teacher, in
structing the cbuss in composition,
"you should not attempt any flights of
fancy, but write what is in you. Do
not Imitate any other person's writ
ings, or draw inspirations from out
side hourees."
As a result of thl.' advice. Johnny
turned in the following composition:
"We should r.ot attempt any llites
of fancy, but rite what is in us. In
me there is my stummlck. lungs,
liver, two apples, two cakes, and mv
Sinner."
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Practical presents are always acceptable and this year
especially gifts among members of the family should be
useful. . We offer a few suggestions from our mammoth
stock that will appeal to the mother, sister or sweetheart.
The prices are extremely low and terms most reasonable.
Come in now and make your Christmas gift selections.
Ths rug is a $24.75 value, but we are offering it as a special for a few days and we have
named this exceptionally low price in order to clean up the stock before Inventory, January
1st Ve can furnish them in patterns exactly as illustrated or you may have your choice
from eight distinct novelty designs including Oriental, flowered arid small all-over patterns.
This mg has an all-wool face, very closely woven, rich, high pile and the colors are the best
Analine dyes and it is guaranteed to stand the hardest kind of wear. (-g n ZLf
Special for a few days ipAOOU
This Velvet Rug, 9x12 ft, in rich
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A kitchen cabinet that is honestly built, truthfully
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Note the exclusive features. A white enameled closet
for dishes; the convenient tilting flour bin with sifting
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front; the metal sugar bin; the nickeloid sliding top;
the full cabinet base; the copper trimmings; all combine
to make this a particularly desirable article of furniture
for the kitchen. It is an entirely new design and the re
sult of many years' experience in the building of high
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The second big shipment is in, ready for another sensational
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grade guaranteed toilet preparations. You get CJt 05
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The Utility (Bathroom or Medicine) Cabi
net is made of heavy steel throughout and is
finished in triple-coated pure white enamel,
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last a lifetime in any home in fact, its mater
ial and construction assure practically endless
service. It can't warp, get out of shape or pull
apart. The steams of the bathroom or kitchen
can have no effect upon it. And no hand
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Wonderful assortment of
high grade toilet prepara
tions.
Twenty different articles
all full size bottles or jars
the same as sell in drug
stores throughout the coun
try. v From such famous houses
as:
Iiimvnl, Perfumer.
I'tleii, Perfumer.
Arthur Chemieal Co.
Clabelle Co.
Park & Co., Perfumer.
Jpubet et Cie, Perfumers.
J. 1J. Johnston Soap Co. (Palm
Olive).
1 Bottle of Kden Tooth Wash.
1 can of Burwal Talcum Toi
let Powder.
1 Bottle Kden .Violet Witch
Hazel.
1 Bottle Kdtn Violet Toilet
Water.
1 Large Jar Arthur's Grease
less Cold Cream.
1 Bottle Burwal Almosd Lo
tion. 1 Bottle Eden Florida Water.
1 Jar Park's Mentholated
Cream.
1 Cake Palm Olive Soap.
1 Box Clabellc Complexion
Powder.
1 Box Burwal Poudro do Ills
Violet Rico Powder.
1 Bcttlo Lavender "SmeElns
Saltj
1 Jar Eden MassaRO Cream.
1 Jar Eden Face Beautifier.
1 Bottle Joubet Et Cio Per
fume. 1 Bottle Eden Green Soap.
1 Can Burwal Tooth Poovdcr.
1 Bottle Peroxide,
l Bottle Arthur's Roso Water
and Glycerine.
1 Box Eden Rouge.
This Beautiful Brass Bed and Costumer, Complete $8.95
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The beid is a new fall Colonial design with ten heavy filler two-inch posts, with
large cap mounts furnished in the velvet satin finish and guaranteed Demar lacquer.
It will stand the severest acid or water testts. The costumer is exactly as shown and
stands 5 ft. 8 in. with extra heavy patent coat hooks. The complete QS
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It has every necessary part so that by
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and there it is ready for you to work with.
It simplifies dressmaking to such a
wonderful extent that you can easily make
ly?jj your own dresses, whether you are exper-
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V It will save you at least 75 percent,
three-fourths of your cost of dressing.
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