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THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES
HAPPENINGS IN AND ABOUT TOWN Floor Lamps Of solid birch, mahog any llnish, 5-inch turned post, 2 lights, all com plete, Monday at $5.95. Worth SS.05. Easter Sunday Two Weeks from Today Are You Ready? Robertson BRbTiip Company Business Hours; L S:3u to 5:30 Saturday HE IS CANDIDATE FOR REPRESENTATIVE BARRY SCANLON OUT FOR JUSTICE OF PEACE sr.vn.vv, makch i:, F REMEN NEW SCHEDULES CK Dapt. Freeh, Leo Hunt and Lieut. Percy Injured on Way to Fire. AV hi! r -jondir.r to fir- alarm turned in from box ."' 1 .it 11. Na arte an J ,t. Joseph tts . the chm U al apparatus driven by Iao Hunt s u rt j sharply to the oft at the i urnrr of I-'isalb a v. and N. Mi'hi uan t.. in order to avoid a !li-:on "ith th- hose tiit of tire utation No. I which v.as turnir.j; into Michi- .in -t., rind was wrecked on the ! .'u-.il le t. near the .Masonic tern- Drlw r Hunt received a. severe znsh about eUht inches lor.;; on Iiis i-ft fort-arm, und ;i ri--e of broken -lass pi-red his shoulder. Ho also re, rived a few minor bruises on hU face .ml ri-ht hand. Capt. William Freeh, vho was sitting on the driv seat with Hunt, was thrown vio lently out of tho. machine and re iw.il a d"op cut on tho '"ak of Iiis h-ud. and severely .strained the m;;s Ir-j of his neck. It was thought at first that his skull was fracture. 1. :.it luckily the captain was on?? i!aed. Ji-ut. Alfred Percy was di--htly injured in the kneo, buC wvt ba.'k to the lire station and reported for 1 ut v. The acfni?nt was unavoidable, ac- or iliuu to witnesses. Number three howe (art was rpedin v.e.-t on l,a .lle av. Jut before they reaelied N. .Michigan st. they turned dicht 1;. to tho left in order to make a wide corner. At the name time the chemical apparatus was tearing north on ,. Michigan st., hoth ma chines meeting at th rornfr of I,a salle av. and N. .Michigan st. The alarm was turned in for a himney lire at the residence of James Welsh. 1-2 L". Navarre ft. No damage resulted. The chemical itsdf was hadly damaged alon the rU'ht side. Hoth w hel.H were torn off, and the body of t tie car was splintered, while the tanks were untouched. . A passing motorist picked '1 rapt. Free eh and rushed him over to the jllce station where he was taken in charge by Thomas Pean intf. Hupt, of lire alarm boxes, un til Ir. II. M. Crow was pumrnoned. After a brief examination Dr. Crow announced that there was no frac ture, hut that the hump ho had re ceived stunned him temporarily. While he was Mltchinp: up the, wound. Driver Hunt walked in. Jle had refused all assistance offered hirn, saying- that he was all riht. His forearm and shoulder wer dressed by Dr. Crow, after which he gave an account of the accident to Chief Irving A ibrel, who had hur ried over to the police station. "I was wheeling aloiK N. Michi gan st. at a fast clip," .said Hunt when I heprd Capt. Freeh yell, 'look out for Tireef. ThU was just be fore wo reached Iasalle av. The next thin? I knew the hose cart was in front of me. and in a Hash I saw that it was either two machines or one. I figured that if I ran into them some lives mi-:ht be lost, so I leaned on the wheel anil pulled hor to the left as much as I could. "We. smashed into an iron pole at the corner, and I was pinned beneath part of my machine. Some fellows lifted it up. and then I came oer here to the police s-tation." Second Tlmo 4,0er the Top." When Capt. Freeh was able tr talk in a coherent manner, he veri fied Hunt's statements. "This is the second time that I have oii over the top, and I hope its the last time.' said the captain. "In both cases I ha e been lucky enough to scape serious injury, but it may be different the next time." sens jxm divokci:. John Livingston has been ued for divorce in the superior court by Aciif Livingston, who charges that her husband struck and abused her and refused to accompany hr any pl.icc. Th1 couple Uio married March 13. I'JOti, aid hue n chd dr n. They were separated for nearly three year? at one time, but later returned to live together un til last August, sir.ee which time th.'v luve been permanently sep arated. Teach Children to UseCuticuraSoap Because it is be$t for their tender skin. Help it now and then with touches oi Cuticura Ointrr.rr.t applied to first sitr.; rf redness, roughness, f '.nnlps or dan druff. If mothers would r.Iy use these srer-crcamy emoiiier.ts fcr every-da tciif t purposes h"w much iff erin might a (idrd by prc rr.tmr little and .-(ilp trouhlrs pfccrr.in serious. Sipl Fr by MiL Addr. Ctrl). "Citr. Dp 12A. Bcilon." " i rr'hrrf Sap ( .-.:r..frt 23 ir i r-V. ÜBT N I K - - -. . - 1 1 t b , ft ft ii. j. wi.ixki; H. J. Weinke Saturday made an-! nountement that he w ill be a candi-jwere date in the May primaries for the democratic nomination for state i epresentativo. Mr. Weinke Iras re sided in South Bend for the past four years. He is marrie,! and re sides at 4 22 S. St. Joseph st. He is "Z years obi. Commencing Monday mornins. members of the New i:nland club, which boastä of a larje memb. ship and which has been one of the most active clubs at Notre Dame, will open a short campaign for the sale of War Savings stamps. The mem bers of the club will canvass each hall each day and will solicit un til every student registered at the university will huy some stumps. A lare number of students hae at-1 ready purchased Liberty bonds, the! Notre Dame Fress club pledging it-j self to boy one for each member.; From the present indications the j sue r tne war stamps will i-e a larye one as the campaign has .se cured the hearty endorsement of the Very Kev. Dr. John Cavanauh, C. S. C., president of the university. A lecturer of hUh merit, Fred erick Paulding, will give a few read ings on William Shakespeare before the student body and faculty Tues day night. Tom Daly, the noted humorist and literary critic of the "Philadelphia Ledger." will address the- students on Wednesday. Officers of the Notre Dame coun cil. Kniuhts of Columbus, No. 1477, received, an invitation to attend the initiation ceremonies to be given bv the St. Joseph Michigan coun- eil Sunday afternoon. The Notre j Dame officers who will leave, to gether with the South Bend council are: Walter Miller, deputy -grand knight; Frank 1. tJoodall. financial secretary; Thomas J. Tobin, record ing secretary; James I. Logan, treasurer. FUNK APPEALS FROM CITY JUDGE'S DECISION Cloyd "Funk, charged with com mitting assault and battery on Karl White, tower man for the Iako Shore railroad at. the Sample st. (ros-ing. last June was fined $ and costs and sentenced to i0 days on the state penal farm in city court Saturday morning. Funk appealed from the decision of Judge (lilmer. and his appeal bond was placed at $-'.0'". Funk tp? titbd that the tower man had called him vile :iames and had come down out f the tower with a club- He sal I that White had told him if he wanted trouble to come hack and he would get it. White testified that Funk and an other man had raised the gates at the crossing and that he had order ed them to leave the gates alon-. lie said that he had come down from the tower with the cluh to pro tect the cates. Funk left South Bend the sama day th trouble occurred, and did not return until recently. He was then arreted and brought to trial. James I'onahue. who was arrest d ly 0mar King, special Grand Trunk policeman, for jumping fror. a moinr freight train last nighf was lined $1 and costs. OHicer King said that the man had resisted ar ret. Donahue declared that he did not know that Kintr was an officer. He said that he thought that he was just .i bum like himself and when Kinc hoved hin his railroad police star and told him he was a govern ment detective, he went with him to police head'iv.a rters. lo civi: i:i:riT.i.. Pupils of Mrs. Ui.una Ilarnncton, pi. mo instructor, will appear In re cital Monday eeniiic at the home of Mis. Harrington. l'.7 i?tull st. An elviiM-ntary cert I.'uate will i.e Kiven t- one pupil and a gold medal will ! relented to the student playing the 1 -t in all major and minor kejs. K IIA1K.I l WITH IIIM I)li:it TIO. l.tivl CnHir.s was arrested at r.."o (".tlvort t last niht on the charge of i hiid d i tion. His wife, 'oia 'ul!it s of .10 i'aiwrt t.. pre- I ! Th- !i uz- . ,i .itld ( uTicers 1 Urn- 1. I'll!! 11 koW ski Ulade I i 4 1 Notre Dame News i i I L I i I CITY LINES Time Tables Are Changed Better Service to Result, is Promise. Hetter street car service for South Bend, as r result of the new rout ines Roin- into effect today, is prom ised by L. K. Hollar, superintendent of transportation of the local com pany. The new routings combine the I'ortase und Lincoln way W. line?, and the S. Michiean and Chapin j.r.d .Sample st. lines, leaving Wash ington and .Miami as independent runs. The purpose of the change i to minimize as much as possible tie-ups doe to freight trains on rail roads parsing through the city. "Fnder the old plan." explained .Mr. Hollar Saturday, "when car- were hell up in the south part of the citv. cars on the north run-? not held up, and the resmt j .was that all the cars gathered m , the south end, leaving none on th north side. Now. with both ends r.tvl lur JUMUt Ul u,tr IUI 1 u,t tbe rnmhlnoH r.in rr.Ktlnc tht ! aSe township. railroads, both ends will be held i back the same length of time, and service will go on at reRiilar inter vals as soon as the train is out of the way. The north end will not be affected at all, and cars should run as regular as clock work. "Time changes have been very slight, except In a few cases. The Lincoln way cars will now run on even quarters, instead of seven and a half minutes past the quarter, as heretofore. The Miami cars will run as before, as will the Michigan and Portage lines. The Washing ton av. line will run every 12 min utes, instead of 10, as was the for mer schedule." rocket time tables, showing !n oetail all the changes, rnd giving the time of all cars, bo; h on tin city and interurban lines, are be !n? distributed to patrons by con ductors o.i the various lines. HUDSON SUPER-SIX SALES SHOW INCREASE The temper of the crowds at the New York Automobile show proved conclusively that the motor public ii turning to tried and proved cars. Now cars and those which hao yet to demonstrate their service value in actual use will find buyer less willing to experiment than they have been in the past. Even if a car were not all that :t should be when it came front the factory in times past it was al ways) possible to work it into a fair ly satisfactory performer because in . practically every locality there was to be found some wizard of a J mechanic who could put the car into shape. Put buyers realize that they cannot now depend upon Ketttnv? such ?XP -1 1 rvlce attention as has been available in the past. Th best automobile mechanics in ih" country rave been taken by the povernment to apply their skill in the aeroplane and truck motors of the army. The service efficiency of the motor car dealers and re pairmen in all parts of the country has been seriously affected. Buyers seemed to have sensed this situation even before the auto mobile trade Itself had seen its im port. Many said that they wanted cars, this year which they knew from the experience of others re quired practically no service atten tion. With such a thought in tha public 'mind it was natural that Hudson Super-six sales in New York thia year should show an in crease and reflect the confidence the motor buying public has shown for it. The results of the New York show when Hudson sales increased 0 per cent indicate that Kales thl. year for the Hudson Super-six will as usually lead those of any fine car. They point to the fact thaf the bujers will exercise their own opinion and judgment as to what is the !-est car for them to own. Ap parently the public U considering manufacture reputation more than ever. V Y I I SZ Y Mil's (Oi l IT. Tilctl. Thoma; S. Trittipo s. P. row p.. in attachment to on an account. Martin O. Tirson vs. IJrown. to recover $3.S" on Frank reci ivcr Prank an no COU lit. Thomas Oarb.u-z s. Alex. Sow ierzjnski. t recover $lU0 on ac count. Tricl. August Audenaert . Cullen IJi:rke and Packard Motor Car Co. of Chicago and Alexander Mejer vs. Miihiel Pilarski. disniiscil at the plaintiff's cost. State . K'.izabeth Nenutli for provoke on Hthel Koozan. Found puilty ajii ihif J $1 and costs. aniountiusr to $17. SO. JlSTlCi: PI1VKS cor KT. Judgment was rendered in lavor of th plaintiff in the :- of the Roehlir.n i.'o. vs. Joseph Koesis for Slö.üß Priday. Tho following ca.-es hae een tiled: Standard Varnish Works vs. Itiwrence Ohelminiak. suit on ac count to collect J4S.T7. Minnie Hurwell vs. Claude c. ll ILims. suit on account to recover llOe. Ar' you interested in jrartleninc ? j.iW adV(Tti-ement of the IP Mid licaltv lo.. on pa-- I j ,,ut' i j ... . v . ' - I : - ' - - - -' v : - .: ' 9 " '' ' '; ' ' ' v C .... ' - . ' ' ,: --i -KJ, A . ,-: ' ' : .. ; ' -" : i ! A '- ' . . - - v x..- ; . ; - --..I' ; ' .; :,sv. , ' j- . : ,2 (-: .-... 7 - ; ;r . w .. - .' f . . . 1 IIAHHV SC.XIA).V. Harry ccanlon Saturday announc ed that he will enter the May pri mary contest as a candidate for the i nomination on the democratic tic- Mr. Scanlon is a practicing attor ney, having begun the practice of law In South IJend in 19c. He came to this city in Hot 4 and for several years was engaged h the show business. He obtained his law education in the law schools of New York .-nd ' at New Haven. Conn. He is married and resides at 421 N. Main st. HEAL ESTATE TRANSFERS From Records of Indiana TItlle and Jyoan Co. August C. Ernst and wife, Leo Krnst and wife. Hose Gocllar and husband, Tillie Krnst, Tena Berni ter, lsabel Klein and husband to Georg Widely and wife, 14$. .15 acre-5 in Benn twp., ?1S,"00. Klias S. Briggs and wife to Jaco Hildebrand and wife, "-4 acre ii Liberty twp., $1. Gerald 12. Williams and wife to ! Stephen A. Ullery and wife, tract in Liberty twp.. $175. John W. CIi iff ith and wife tu Wil liam S. Miller, S3.:JS acres in Har ris twp., $1.- Mary Tritt and husband to George Lawrence and wife, lots IS and 11, Henry tftudebaker's add., $1. William C. Jackson and wife, Thomas H. Jackson and wife, Fan nie B. Copp and husband, Mary Collins. Dora J. Staples and hus band by Francis M. Jackson, attor ney in fact. Francis M. Jackson and wife and William C. Jackson, trus tee to Czcslaw Bierwagen and wife, lots 412 and 41J, Vernon Heights add., $UÜ. Gabriel Ii. Summers and wife to Stanley A. Clark, lots i and 22. O'Neill & Schwab's add., $2- Carolina L. Kndlich and husband to Frederick s. Willett., lots and 7. Bev Plat of Merrilield Baiu add., $1. JOSEPH J. K0VACS IS CANDIDATE FOR JUSTICE Joseph .1. Kovacd has iiled his declaration as candidate for the re publican nomination for justice of the peace for Portase township in the primary, May 7. Mr. Kovacs was born in Throop, Pa., where he completed hin hi?h school con; He came to South Pend in l'.UJ and entered the Uni versity of Notre Dame, ami after Staking one ear of preparatory work, entered the law department from which he was graduated with the class of l'Jlti. He was admitted to the i-U. Joseph county bar in June. PJlG. in thi; and has since county. practiced law REVIVALS AT CHAPEL I5e?lnnin Monday, March 1 , a serit-s of revival meetings will be held at the Anten chapel lastin? for two weeks. The meetings will n conducted by Rev. Mr. Myirrant. as sisted by the Dunkelberer sisters. Tiiiii:i; vt)Li NTi:i:u indcc- TIONS. Harold Hlicklturn of yOT W. Oak -t.. Clarence Kramer of ':ytl W. salle av., and Harry Mitchell of the Jefferson hotel, have been volun tarily inducted into th army by lo cal draft board No. 1. Kramer en tered the medical corns and left yesterday for Furt Ogeltliorpe. (.la. Mitchell and Plackhnrn will leave the earlv part of the week for Co- luintus barracks to enter the coast artillery. ENLISTS IN CAVALRY Vernon O. ical director has enlisted and will i;o Smith, assistant phys at the local V. M. C. A., in the cavalry division to Indianapolis Monday for his examination. He expects to be sent to Texas for training. J. P.. :'llle;. former physical di rector here, and who has teen in charge of physical training work at Camp Custer, Mich., left South P.er.d Saturday lr.ornlr.s after a hurried farewell visit to hi- friend. here. Mr. Miller will sail for Pran-e tho latter part "f the month, to take up V. M. C. A. work oer seas. MAinci i.icr..si:i. Jo-eph .1. Schmitt, janitor. Mi- h- aUa.-wi, Pend. and Plla Stichr.oth. S -uth A Remarkable Silk Shovvin A bi; shipment ordered months ago has arrived, and will go on sale tomorrow. See the display in north window. We a;e proud of these and proud at the price we can offer them tor. At $2.25 Yard -40 inch, very heavy Rough Silks, sand and ivory. Big assortment of novelty sport designs of raised satin i:pon the heavy weight ground, making a wonderful fabric for smart sur.s and skins. At $1.69 and $1.89 Yard Splendid new line 36 inch Talfeta and Mescalines, gingham plaids, dainty checks, satin stripes. The color combinations are perfect some of the most beautiful you have cxy seen. At $2.00 and $2.25 36 and.4o inch Foulards, in a variety of very latest novelty prints. Foulards are in great demand. You should see our splendid assortment. Plain Natural Pongees, 27 inch, 95c 34 inch, $1.75. Burton's two-season guaranteed Satin, complete assortment of colors, $1.25 yard. The Rush for Easter Apparel will commence tomorrow. We cannot urge you too earnestly to make your selection at once. We are ready in even' department. Shipments came in fast last week. Suits are here from $15 up to $65 Coats are shown at $10 up to $50 Dresses in marvelous variety from $1 5 to $45 . Pnillir.ery, Waists, Gloves, Neckwear, Corsets and Undergarments, Silk, Mus lin or Knitwear, never was shown to better advantage than now. Children's Department A busy place these days. Mothers are outfitting their children here from shoes to millinery. EastenSunday is an anxious day for the little ones. LmgsWeaW? GenercusOffer To Tuberculosis Sufferer of Trial of Europe's Remarkable Remedy, SAtlOSIN World's noted medical scientists Doc tors Daneliiis. Sommerfeld. WnlfT. Noel, ti:tuthier. Kssers declare SANkSIN the tn st effeeit v emfcnif XL mf cni cm mot efTertive treutment for Pulmonary nllmnts vet discovered. lVllx Wolff. t.Ntirt I'Lysiiliui. Ilrtor if ttte Sani tarium for Consumptives In Iteibolds cruu. F.ivs he has discarded alt other remedies' S.VNOSIN has l.een officially recommended t the I?erlin MMieal As sociation. Ir. C. W. A. Essers. Amster dam. Holland, declares it a "Moral oMi ration to make SANUSIN known to the hol human race." American sufferers, rl'-h or poor, ran use this remarkable home treatment that hag met with such i,imn,.nii.,'ii uiicrp in Kurone. SANOSIN ' Jvcs its work by absorption of Germs not an injection. Produces enlm, restful without Morphium or similar rtealoninu' drups. Rrinjr almost lmme Hinte relief from eouKhinj;. blood spit ting and niffht sweats. .SANOSIN is provlnc a blesins to all suffering from Tuberculosis. P.ronehitis. Asthma. Bron--hial Tflt-irrh. etc. Send for PKKE V.t K K LITr (with testimonial!) explain ing this treatment and how a Trial can ie mii'r In tout own home at our risk. Address SANOSIN. Irt- 21. Pnlty p.ldg. Chicago. Show tins to some un tortunate , Adv- For Constipation Carter's Little Liver Pills will set you right over night. Purely Vegetable Small Pill, Small Doe, Small Prico Carter's Iron Pills! Will restore color to the faces of those vbo lack Iron In the blood, as most pale-faced people do. South Bend Mer chants Can Meet Every Want. Buy in South Bend. sk;: Miver Eflsfer Suiulny is just 2 weeks from today. Get ready here this week while stocks are most complete and avoid the rush of the last few days. Think of these things when you buy spring clothes OF VALUE: Get your money's worth. You will at this store. That's our first thought. That's why we sell. Hart Schaffner Sc Marx clothes. They give you most for what you pay. OF STYLE: The picture shows one of the many new models; there are many other good ones all correct; created by the best designers in the land. OF ALL WOOL: Every gar ment made by Hart Schaffner & Marx is made of all-wool cloth; all wool gives longer service and lends itself best to stylish and durable tailoring. OF THE GUARANTEE: Everything you buy here are guaranteed to give satisfaction; if they fail to do so, your money will be refunded. This guarantee is unqualified. Sani'l A Wonderful Sale of English and French Cretonnes at Less Than Half Price These are cut pieces in length from 1 1 j to 15 yards, that regularly sold from 5c up to S 1.50 yard, and just the proper materials tor making coverings for summer furniture, draperies, pillows, laundry and knitting bas and interior decoration. Sale Prices While They Last are 39c and 59c Yard. We urge your immediate attention as these unusual values are quickly sold. kmm Copyright Hart SchifTner irMarx S piro Sc Marx Clothes, Knox Hats, 'A 6 'SZ JTl- i ?r w Jr lililillHillniliilSlilnli iiililiiuii.iilliilihialillilitliii.ii item X-.t5& II m i 1 & Co. Sampeck Boys Clothes r i y-ntrz tb am- f tins at. Adv't 10-17.