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THURSDAY, JULY 1, 1015.
r- "1 '.'.'"T 3C MICHIGAN CROPS SLOW ARREST ALLEGED FAKIR BRIEFS. THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES 1 I NEWS OF INDIANA AND MICHIGAN f I . l-LM , Weather Ilureau fliws Ilcaon- for Conditions in State. GRAND RAPIDS. Mich.. July 1. Tho following1 report of the weather and condition of crop.'; for the week ending Tuesday was iss-ued today y the local weather bureau: "The first five days f thr werl; marked a continuation of cold weath er that has irevailel so much t his 5prlnp. Tho clo.e of the week was warmer, hut the temperature was still below normal. "Tho precipitation for the week was generally helow normal and very evenly distributed. "All crop growth continues to he flow, neverthe'.es.s oats, pastures, fruit and K.irden irurk are doin- fairly well. J Jeans and corn arc backward, hut In healthy condition. "Wheat continues to fdiow sp'ts of damage due to If-s.dan lly, hut other wise is promising. "Clover having is well advanced, hut the cut is- short." DETROIT EDITOR IS DEAD Director of Journal Was 111 Many Weeks from Operation. Man Who Startit! .Mmirt in Holland ami Ovo,-o Is Held. HOLLAND. Mich.. July 1 A. Rer lin. alias A. Hellin. who came here about a month ;igo to open the Knick erbocker theater, buying supplies and material on a large scale ai.d borrow ing mont;v on the pretense that he had to go to Orand Rapids to get a "roll," has been arrested in Owosso. Iirlin will bo brought here on a charge of Jumping his rocuf. bill of $!... in the Rristol h.Uel. The local police were nppr'ed his whercahouts on receipt of a btter from (wossr saying that Rorlin want ed to ojien a moving picture house there and inquiring as to his credit. He claimed that he owned a picture house in Holland. SHKLRY. Two civil war veteran? died here within 4 hours of each others. They are T. R. Waters. T4 years old. of the Second Michigan cavalry, and Kdward M. Moody, TO years old. who saw service In Co. A, 110th New York infantry. HILLSDALE. James CI. Slay ton. Y. M. t A. secretary at Ridgcway. Pa., son of Mr. and Mrs. George A. Slayton of this city, was married in Tecumseh to Miss Kvra O. Finch, daughter of Mr. an Mrs. O. R. Finch of that city. TO BUY POWER PLANTS Faun Rier Generators to Re Taken 0cr hy Iirse Corporation. DRTROIT. July 1. H. P. Hether ington. managing direc tor of the De troit Journal, died after an illness lasting many weeks. He had steadily failed In his health since a serious operation was performed on him early in May. Mr. Hetherington had been active in Detroit newspaper work for nearly 4 0 years. Mr. Hetherington had not enjoyed uninterrupted good health for years, hut no serious ailment was suspected until May C, when he was obliged to desist from his labors. He was taken to Harper hospital, May 10. and on the next day was operated on for the removal of extensive intestinal tumors. nnitR OAK. Mich.. July 1. K. R. Dill, a promoter of Chicago, who has been visiting in this loealitv. Is au thority for the statement that a new corporation is being backed hy Chi cago capitalists, to take over, the five water power plants along Fawn river, and two along Pigeon river, south west of here, and use the power to generate electric current, which will be used for manufacturing purposes. A centralized station will be built at Mongo, a little town in Indiana, south of here. FIRE UPON OFFICIAL- Six Arrests Follow Attack on West Hammond Man. HAMMOND. Ind.. July 1. A drag net was spread by the West Hammond police for the men who attacked and lired upon W. Kosecki, secretary of the West Hammond Ruilding and Loan association. As a result four outh Chicagoans and two West Ham mond men aro under arrest. Kosecki was returning from a di rectors' meeting when he was attack ed. Ho fought off the men and jump ed through a screen to the porch of a house when they opened tire on hii.i. The assailants expected him to have tho night's receipts of the loan com pany on his person, it is believed. DAIRIESARE INSPECTED State Inspector Warns Crand Haven Proprietors to Obey Laws. HOODLUMS ATTACK AUTO Hammond Lumber Dealer Scriouly Injured with Stones. KALAMAZOO. Clarence Young, a patient ai the Kalamazoo State hos pital from Grand Rapids, is missing, lie escaped some time Monday night. WFST P. RANCH. Joseph Lutes. 32 I years old, was kuiea wnen ne trieu io hoard a moving Michigan Central train and fell beneath the wheels. RAY CITY. Mrs. Marian Regan, wife of Cornelius Regan, is dead. She had lived here nearly ."0 years. She is survived by her husband and one son. Daniel J. Regan of this city. NORTH VILLI-:. Alumni of the Northville hish school plan to organ ize an association at a picnic Aug. 4. Meetings will be held monthly. HILLSDALK. Atty. Harold Kesler of Toledo, son of Mr. and Mrs. Augus tus Kesler of this city, was married in Toledo to Miss Mayhel Sullivan of Toledo. HAMMOND, Ind.. July 1. While driving to his home along the state line in West Hammond, Frank C. Deming, a lumber dealer and presi dent of the Hammond Country club, was seriously injured when a gang of hoodlums at a street corner hurled stones at the Deming auto. One of the missiles struck Mr. Dem ing on the head and it was thought at first his skull was fractured. Mr. Deming refused to report the assault to the police. As a crowd gathered the five-year-old daughter of 11. J. Ruckncr was struck by a motorcycle driven by Walter Jennings. HAIR IS TORN OUT Woman's Tresses Are Caught by Itun idn Crank Shaft. LANSING. Commotion prevailed in the heart of the city for a time when a swarm of bees descended into the shopping district. They were finally gathered in when some clerks who. in their earlier days, had learn ed the ways of bees. GRAND HAY FN. Mich.. July 1. W. J. Mickel, state dairy and food in socetor, is stirring up milk and food dealers. Iast week he inspected the Grand Haven dairies with members of the welfare commission. Several dealers were warned that unless they cleaned up their cow stables and dair ies immediately, they would be pros ecuted. Tuesday he reinspeeted the condi tioned places, and found them in much better shape. The Woman's club will conduct a campaign of education to help better dairy conditions. IS KILLED BY LIGHTNING Two Sons of Man Killed Not Injured by Holt Which Struck Tree. MFNOMlNFi:. Mich., July 1. A bolt of lightning, which struck a tre under which they wero eating luneh yesterday, killed Mat Jensen of Me nominee, and severely burntd his sons, Albert and Axel Jans.n. CONNFRSA'ILLF. Ind.. July 1. Mrs. George R. Reeson had a thick tress of hair torn from her scalp when her hair "aught in a spinning crank used with u washing machine. At the same time hei clothing caugnt in the belt pulley and she was drawn against it. She threw the belt with her foot and stopped the machinery. Mrs. Reeson is the wife of a promi nent automobile agent. POISONED BY HOUSE FLY Factory Fmploye at Anderson May Lom? Arm as Result. MARQFKTTF. Enrollment at the Northern State Normal summer school Tuesday reached the largest in the history of the school. BRAZIL. Milton Hathaway, a bar tender, thought that a squirrel was a good pet until the panic wardens came along. He was arrest cd for keeping a squirrel in capitivity and was lined $21. 50. GARY. William Wirt has been re elected superintendent of the Gary schools for two years at a salary of $G.O0O with the privilege of giving part of his time to the New York schools. CONNFRSVILLF. Peter Macini. fruit dealer, was carrying a bunch of bananas on his shoulder when he felt a tickling against his neck. He dropped the banan.us and whisked a full-grown trantula from the base of his ear. PETERSBURG. While Mrs. Wash ington Quarry and her daughter, Mrs. Joe Cummins, were driving to this city, their horse ran away. The bot tom fell out of the buggy and the women were thrown to the ground. Neither was seriously injured. ANDERSON. Ind.. July 1. N. I Underwood, a factory employe of this city, is seriously ill of blood poisoning caused by the bite of a house fly, his physician says. His left hand and arm are in such condition that the doc tor fears amputation will be necessary to save his life. GIRL COMMITS SUICIDE 1'iuls Life Because Other Students Arc Ahead of Her. SI IELi.T VILLI-:. Ind.. July 1. Irma Chesser. 17 years old killed her self today with poison. The suicide was prompted by her failure to ad vance in school as fast as did her girl friends. VINCENNES. After being given up as dead, George Everts, 16 years old. son of C. E. Everts, has written to his parents from Detroit saying that he ran away 14 months ago. because he did not want to enter high school. The search for the youth has been carried through nearly every city in the country. SH ELRYVILLE. On charges of riot, 16 men participating in the dem onstration against the police at the jail Saturday night, were arraigned before the maor. All pleaded not guilty. Five gave bond; tho others went hack to jail. The trial will be held July 8. KOKOMO. The success of drys in the local option election has inspired a movement to make dry the country within a radius of 60 miles, includ ing six wet cities. EVANSVILLE. For firing Into a crowd that was serenading him the night of his wedding and wounding Arthur McCaffry. 10 years old, Posey Beckham was bound over to the grand jury. I I L n Sotilhwc Garner Michigan SC. and Jefferaoa Blvd. 3 O V T7T) 3 - IV - ft &m uie specials' 1L o lay mm All for Friday ? i $1.00 NIGHT GOWNS Women's Fine Nainsook or Long Cloth Gowns, nicely irimmed lie 50c KIMONO APRONS Plain or Fancy Colors, long Kimono Aprons . . . . $1.00 SILK POPLINS 36-inch Silk Poplins, white; all colors 3Se 50c TABLE LINON Mercerized Table Linen; Bleached 7 25c UNION SUITS Women's Union Suits, lace or light knee . . . 1 5n 5c HANDKERCHIEFS Women's White Handkerchiefs IP il O Sin pai m rp a rw :i tit; ith (Tb women s ralm lieach Suits w-l II $3.50 WOOL DRESSES Large selection Women's Wash Dresses, all colors. . i IT" h 25c CREPE VOILES 40-inch Crepe Voiles; white 2e 10c FRUIT OF LOOM Fruit of Loom Muslin, only 20 yarsd to a customer. . . . 7t $6.50 WASH DRESSES ) Ricr nnrchase Colored Wh JJ fti Dresses in large selection. $10.00 PALM tftiACH fP COATS Printzes make, U (U high grade Long ralm yj) Beach Suits, best quality. 1 We Have Certainly "Started59 Somethini When We announced in Wednesday's News-Times the big price reduction on Suits we expected and predicted that within twenty-four hours other clothing stores in South Bend would try to follow our example that they would come out vith a special cut-price sale of some sort. Guess we didn't miss it! Some time ago we threw our hat in the Ring. We expected some one to come forward and give the Public a Chance to Judge the truth of some of this "Big Value" talk. We couldn't find any dealer in South Bend who dared to give our hat a kick. That being the case we jumped on it ourseWes. Us Usual, Livingston's Sets The Pace Fifty-four years of setting the pace in South Bend makes us feel used to the position. But we promise you some sensational reductions during this event that out-rank and out-value anything we, or anyone else, has ever attempted. Yes9Kuppenheimer Suits are included in this Big Event So many of our customers wondered whether we were including KUPPENHEIMER Suits at this price that we make this public announcement. Yes, sir! ANY BRAND, ANY SUIT, ANY SIZE! And miiid you, these Suits are not "slowsellers," the "odd lots" or "odd sizes." We are not using such old "chestnuts" as bait to tell you, when you get inside, that none of the reduced values will fit you. WE NEVER HAD A FINER OR MORE COMPLETE LINE IN OUR LIFE. WE GUARANTEE TO GIVE YOU PERFECT SATISFACTION AT THESE SENSATIONAL PRICES. If Prices Talk Here Are Som e That Shout $25.00 Values. The season's choicest patterns, weaves and models; the novel one, two and three button designs. The elements of grace and style assurance are in all of them; the comfort and service that a man j J has n nahf to PYnprt Nnw reAur&A tn w Jl m o U fcj $20.00 Values. Styles, models and patterns that are made for those alert men who make it a point to be well dressed. Solid blues, and browns and neat grey mixtures. In Worsteds, $ 11 Tweeds, Cheviots and Serges . . . . - . -L cJc $15.00 Values. Snappy styles for young men who desire t be well dressed at very little outlay. You'll find the nifty patterns in Glen Urquarts with clear overplaids, shepherd checks, hair-line stripes and solid colors. Right clothes made by men who know $10) tVif hifTafQr vain r U Q-i' IUlUV uw i $12.50 Values. You won't have to sacrifice style or good service, even at this price. You'll find good looking, well wearing garments made by manufac turers who specialize in practical economy. You can be dressed (57 ff right, for very little money, if you'll come here . . . u od)J IBaiiraiMim Sim Ey9 mmfl9 T $6.00 VALUES Nor folks in the season's latest fabrics an endless as sortment of patterns. The greatest values obtainable anywhere. Sizes 7 to 18, some with two pairs of pants. July Clearance. . . $5.00 VALUES Boys' Suits that will give him service; re-inforced at every "strain-point." Trousers full lined with extra strong twill lining. Styles and patterns that will make thej Q young man jj proud 03 $3.50 VALUES Stur dy Suits for growing boys the sorts that combine j style and long wear made in pleasing patterns and models at a big sav ing now only $3.00 VALUES Suits for vacation time; good materials; made to stand a let of wear; look well for dress up days, if de sired, and start school with in the early fall. Big assortment; Q4 f) great savings J) I r - Higher Priced Suits Reduced in the Same Proportion THE STORE FOR MEN WASHINGTON AVFAIT. THE STORE FOR MEN WAS I IIXGTO X A VKX IT. THE STORE FOR MEN w as i ii x ito a v i : n : ) t 2C