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13 r THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES 1.1 KILL ISK WILSON 10 GILL SESSIfl outhern Legislators Anxious for Reprisal for Trade Block ade by England. Gen. Scott on Way to Mexico ; ) x. ''. . . . ..; J V.-AHIIINCTON. Amjt. 12. The xvhito boii-- barne.l Vhurd ay that Prcs't Wibon Is to 1 e urv'ffl by .outh rrn. legislator.--, in t on j J n tion with importers and xport -r.. to all an ex tra session "f ci!iKr ss to adopt intbds of reprisal to brin-4 an nd to the iiriti-h l!ickai!f. No infor mation a to the j.r i'l nt'. attitude could h- obta ined. Ifok- Smith f Ooria. wlm de list red a t'M-rv sjitah in New York W dne.-day nu;ht d.-nouticiiiic "rat Britain's unwarranted interference with AiriTHar; f-hippinpr. is expected to had th- i!iorrnnt for an early meeting of congress to handle, the serious situation, affecting not only the south' -otton proMfin. hut ship ping in general. K'-folutiou.s from im porting interests declaring that flreat r.ritain's "illegal attitude" is ruining busine.-s are- now en route to the white hou.le. Jiefleetin.q the f-onotisnss of the situation in the south Iiep. Kohert L. Henry of Texas, hairinan of the house committee on rules, Thursday conferred at length with memhers of the federal i s r e hoard regarding the tinaneinu' of the cotton crop. Mr. Henry reported that the south is more aroused than ev r over block ade restrictions and patience Is rap idlv beintr x hauste,!. Hep. Henry xiiln'' sted to Chair-1 man Hnrciinp or" the reserve hoard ; that 5 iMi.mjft (;f ft deral reserve r.otes he deposited in the New Orleans Mjl.t rear-a r to he loarod through the thrc re--rve hanks of the south to nieinh'-r hanks of the n m rvc sj-stem whieh would permit farmers to have the money at 1 ptr eep.t on six and 12 mouths' time. rn.hr this plan, Mr. Henry contended, the southern otton planters may hd! their pro duct for another year, if Kim'land de clares cotton eontrahaml and tightens it blufkado lines. Respite the j:rvwini? ires.uro upon the administration tor an extra ses sion f i-onr-ss or .tiff representa tions to (Jreat I'rit;iin it was learned authoritatively Thursday that the ad ministration is still unwilling to con- slcr an tmlurno on war munitions or ntht r produets o'estined to Kuropo. The president and See'y Itnsinp are (lech'.red to he standing pat on tho lircvious a n noiineeme-n t that it ' would he an unneutral act were the United States to declare an emharpo at this time. f , :.: "v-.;, ,., ."'r it . . REDUCTION IN RATES ORDERED ( onimi-ion :i 1'k :n Antlinu itt hares Ar(. Par IW yoml Iieaon. V - ; . . . - ;' --v- :. - .-.-v. . : ' 'v - -vl t , " ' ;;;, r-::.. V--v.-f . :::: --i f 1( ' : . ' - ,. ' ' - . u ' ' . v : - J ' " ;,;:,y:" . -i'" - t 1 . e:ion.,3. in Pennsylvania, to numerous PCT'S. In its critiei.m of the coal owning common carriers, the eenimission says that "conc(sions and offsets are as pernicious as direct re; atej, ami Jt matters little whether t.iev arc in the form of cash payments. interest charces. royalty e-arn'n rs, the use of valuable ini(Tty at inadequate rents-, the free use of carriers funds or credits or other insidious mean?.' WILL PROBE SCANDAL Oil! HOW SOON. TKKIU: liATTi:, Intl., Aus. Ki. Milton I!, llrrz. a well known mer chant, whose' wife ohtained a divejree and $40,000 alimony two weeks a'o, hy ai:reemor.t. was marriel Thursday to .Mrs. Helen Holdman Hancock ot" Tuscola. 111. NEWS-TIMES WANT ADS PAY r ... -. : . . : v.::y:v. 1 Gen Scott, on his way to Mexico stopped in Chicago long enough to hold a short talk with newspaper reporters. WILL BURY SOLDIER AT EVAMSVILLE, IND. Infantryman Killed on Mexican llor lcr Had Ke-lailistett Short Time Ayro. EVAXSTILLK. Ind., Auu'. 1.1. The hody of Leo C. Windhaus, memher of Troop C, United States Infantry, who was killed while on duty near Palm (Jardens, Texas, ty n b'allet from a Mexican raider, will he hrousht here for burial. Voumr Windhaus was the son ef a local business man and had re-enlLstcd hut a few weeks ao. Windhaus is the second Indiana man to fall a victim to the Mexican bandits alonj? the Texas border, the first bein Private George Koy Mc Cluire, of Alexandria, a cavalryman. New Home Treatment for Banishing Hairs (lleauty Topics) With the aid of a elelaton paste, it is an easy matter for any woman to remove? every trace of hair or fuzz from face, neck and arms. Enough of powdered tlehttone and water is mixed into a thick paste and spread on the hairy surface for about '2. min utes, then rubbed eff and the skin washed. This completely removes the hair, hut to avedd disappointment, pet the elelatone in an original package. Use NEWS-TIMES WANT ADS raioig lie rav iuiYewe m E-areaer It is a man's duty to make the money and the woman's part to spend it the woman's part to spend it judiciously and in such a way that it will go as far as possible. It is, in fact, a woman's duty to spend the money if possible in such a way that not all will have to be spent at all, but a large or small amount saved each pay period. This is only what every good woman knows, but how and when and by what means are problems that she has always with her. In The News-Times today is an assortment of information as to where clothes, food and Incidentals of all kinds can be purchased, and the prices in many instances which prevail. All these in large variety make up the advertising columns of today's News-Times. Let the housewives one and all study these announcements. We believe a saving of fully 25 per cent will accrue to the average purchase made from today's announcements. Selected at random and merely as eye open ers here are a few of the many dozens of ex ceptional values to be found in the advertise ments of this issue of The News-Times: From the above a good idea may be gotten of the savings made pos sible through the reading of News-Times advertisements. Only a few of the many offerings have been listed; go over each page carefully and you' re bound to save and make money. Turn through the pages now for addi tional bargain opportunities. Women's shoes, the $3.00. Jl.OOi and $n.00 values are beins offered at $2.9.", $1.93 and $1.4 5. Men's shoes rans Inpr in value from $3.50 to $5.00 may he purchased at SI. 'JT., $2.1)3 and $3.95. A well known make of men's shoes sold regularly at $G.0O may he bought for $4.93. Summer dresses are offered at greatly reduced prices ranging from 95 eents to $5.00. New separate skirts for fall in varieties of shades and materials are shown from $5.00. $5.75, $6.00 and $8.75. Preserving kettles can be had for 3 3 rents; lawn mow ers. 10-ineh size, for $2.49; croquet sets 5 0 cents, win dow screens in hardwood frames 20 cents, an aluminum cooking set of four pieces, $1.19. Silk creye de chene waists, $3.0... values at $1.39; 75 cent corset at 42 cents; $1.25 boys wash suits 49 eents; 75 cent cedar oil mops IS cents; 5o o ut kimona aprons, 2 1 cents. $3.50 and $3.00 pumps and oxford.', at $1.00. Trimmed hats, values up to $5.00. may he had at 25 and 50 cents. r.lanktts and furs ar of fered at August sales at pri( ts from 25 to 33 1-3 per cent below regular. School dresses in gingham, cham hray, crepe, and lawn at half prici-s. the selections ranging from 50 cents to $2.30 for dresses worth twice that much. Combination hook case may be- had for $14.'J3, solid 'ak rockers at $'".75, com fortable h-d davenport, open ing to full-sized bed at night, for $24. v:,. WASH INC.T" Amr. 1 . Material reductions in the rates of trans;rt- ing of ant hrneitf from the coal pro ducing reious of l'eimsyh ania to ti le.vater ports are ordered in a de cision of the interstate commerce commission Thursday whieh criticizes the present rates as unreasonable and denounces the practices of the rail retads controlling the al producing companies, it is estimated the reduc tions ordered by the commission, which are effective .-t. l. It 15, will represent a less of from $.', oOo.Ooo to $ s.(ien.0''O annually to the common carrier? involved. The railroads affected 1 y the deci sion of the commission are the Cen tral railroad of New Jersey, the Phil adelphia and Heading Kailroad Co., the Delaware. Lackawanna and West ern, the Lehigh Valley "railroad Co.. the T'rie, the Wllkc sbarre and Last em Kailroad Co.. the xcw York. Sus quehanna and Western railroad, the New York. Ontario ami Western Kail road Co.. the I'cnnsyh-nnia Kailroad Co.. the Northern Central Kailway Co. and the Delaware and Hudson Kail road Co. The decision affects rates from the Wyoming. Lehigh and Schuylkill Hi ian Duma to Iiuoligatt Lack of Munition, PKTKOGKAD. Aup. 13. The scan dal of the failure ot the supply of munitions which led to the fall ot Warsaw is to be investigated by a high commission, in conformity with a resolution to that effect adopted hy the duma. At a session of the duma held in Camera, the minister of war an nounced that the commission of in quiry would he formed shortly and that it would investigate thoroughly the actions of parties presumed to be responsible. The chairman of the investigating commission will probably be ("Jen. 1'etroff of the engineering staff, who is also a member of the imperial council. MAKi: NOMINATION. ATLANTIC. CITY, N. J.. Aug. 13. Carlton 1). (iodfrey, speaker of the he use of the New Jersey assembly, tonight at a banquet here was nomi nated as a republican candidate for povernor of New Jersey in 1L1G. Over 3 0 0 persons attended. ROBERTS COMPLAINED Then i:-Mayor Was Told to Wa-h His Own Laundry. I J' A YEN WORTH. Kn?.. Miz. 13. When Donn M. Uotx rts. ox-ni.iyor of Terre Haute, Ind.. convicted of elec tion frauds, was hrought to the fed oral penitentiary the orticials tried to show him all possMe leniency hy put- tini? him at clerical work. Huberts laundry was not done to suit him one day and he went to the orison laundry to complain. "Do you think it could be done any better?" the superintendent asked. "I seo no reason why it shouldn't," the ex-mayor replied. "I'd think any body could do better work than this." "Well, then, you're just the man we , want. Oct to work." Kx-Mavor Huberts now washes' prisoners' clothes. he a gitrantic balcony extending along the entire uest sile. and overhanging" As-Tor tonrts. It will t.o f class m three si.s v;?pen.!ed 2S0 feet in th? air. ASTHMA SUFFERER chargt Write today 1 will toll you fro ot How I was cured, of astnma aftr 2 years of terrible suffering, by a s.mpb-" inepens2v home treatment which ne.r fails. I am ? grateful for mv present ood health I want every one to know of this wonderful treatment. Mrs. Kred K. Moraine. IJox rr..". Pts Moines. Iowa. PROLONGS HIS LEASE Don't Use Soap On Your Hair (Joorge C llolilt to Continue to Oper ate Waldorf-Astoria Hotel. NLW YORK, Aue. 13. George C. Holt, Thursday signed leases with representatives of Vincent As! or and William Waldorf Asb.r. jr., whereby he retains control of the Waldorf Astoria hotel until April 3o. U'. The total rental for the term is ap proximately $10,000,000 and is the largest transaction of its kind ever mafic in this city. Improvements that will cost $1,000,000 and will comprise an "aeroplane" dining room, ice skatimr rink on the roof, 'hurri cane deck" above the roof garden with dining room and the largest dancing lloor in the world will be made. The "aeroplane dining room" will just plain it is pure It's very When you wash your hair, elon't use soap. Most suips and prepared sham poos contain too much alkali, which is very injurious, as it dries the scalp anil makes the hair brittle. The best thing to use is mulsificd eocoanut oil. for and entirely grea. less. cheap, and beats soaps or anything else all to pieces. You can get this at any drug store, and a few ounces w'll last the whole family for months1. Simply moisten the hair with water and rub it in. about a tea.-poonful is all that is required. n makes an abundance of rich, creamy lather, ejeanses thoroughly, and rinses out easily. The hair dries quickly and evenly, and i soft, fresh looking, hright. fluffy, wavy, anil easy to han dle. Los-ides, it loosens and lakes out every particle of dust, dirt and dan-drub. iV? f' y a y kf m i d f .! n i d i ft Vv V . -'f?-. X' t- w i vM ir. J. ;v,: pi's? NIP-WO- vni l t yrdt:. .- :-f;, ji fix. il J3 rn .l! it t1 Mjr; hv mJwmm ISie Ceo v.i h n . i ii i f mm w nnnfrtw & Vim rt -v r'A&W&l tg mwmSf Mf More r$ fl Ff ! 1 1 t - - H I 1 mm, I pon From Next Sunday's Book Will I'..- l) A Han and Money' ' His Latest Copywrited Fiction by Winoton Churrtiill i ranrr IbxIHon lurnett ldranor II. Parker Mr-. Stratton-l'nrN r lohn (ialswortliy (ifo. Kandolph (lifter A. M. and V. N. Wiiliamson iVm. .1. 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