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THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES RED BLOODED MEN FIGHTERS B0LSHEV1KI LET POLLY AND HER PALS Unfortunately, every one is not so fortunate as Polly. (Copjrlgtt Intternntlonal BerTlre RNALISTS DIE CAPITAL- 8 T MACROaI ! THEY RULE THE WORLD 1 A cTRvX a 9 S-f-E. AR'- "I X Ttrd blordel nfn nre rorn loaders In fvfry walk of life ani fleht In telligently with toth hrMn and mu.cle?. They are alwayr live wire, nr.llinc in! full of einer; keen, alert on their tors nnl readr for anything that crn.'. their way. "Work is a ilce.:rv und they land on top every time. You will not f.n'l a rtrons; success ful man or woman trying: to plus alonn with y.r.or health or weak r.ervt. They know tetter, they are wls and eee to It that their blood has plenty of rood frc-j-h Iron and their nerve.i at all times loaded with I'ho?nhates the nerve food A leading doctor say?. "Show rr.e a. trcr.fr. healthy rurrc sj-f ul man or woman and you can hank on It every time, their todies are Just loaded tvlth Iron and rr.o?r hates". An other prominent physician Fay. There is no nerd of anyone point? thrown life sickly, miserable, played out. farced and nervous when I'hos phated Iron will always put energy cr.d vU'or in the Lrdy. mind ar.d rrves". Thi farr.e doctor alo aM, Wlth the j-ystem Ioaj-d with I'hov phatel Iron you ean ricrht life's battle at any tapre cf the nme and Lc a winner at every turn". Mr. Itun Down rrmn or woman In ar.y 5tajre cf life. If you feel all in. your nerves are all .hM. and life yeems 1 i k one continual drai? and drudrry from day to day, pet next to yourself, wake rip. take a brace. Iay In a supply of Phosphnted Iron and take a new leas on life. You will once asraln feel like a live one nd face the world with tho amlle that wins. Are you frame? To insure physicians and th-elr patients receiving the genuine I'hos phated Iron. It has been put up in capsules only, po do not allow dealers to rive you tablets or pills. I&sUt on capsules. Wettiek's I'hirni.iry and l'.idin 1 r u i s t e e r yiv h r . THE SORE THROAT OF SPANISH INFLUENZA One of th-3 frequent complici :ion.H of Spanish inlluenza ia sore ihroat. It i.s important the sore throat he pi yen jronipt attention 111(1 relieved The throat Is the K.nteway to the Idly. The air we breathe, the food sva eat and the water we drink all paws through it. It is the great I reedins ground for germs and this U especially true when it is pore or Inflamed. Jf it is kept clean, dis ease germs have small chance to propagate and do their deadly work. Authorities aree Spanish influ enza is ;t gtrm disease and that preentle measures should bo '..iVven Thev isc the use of an -ffectie gargle to kep the thront lean and healthy. Tor this pur pose, Tonfilme, The N.itional Sore Throat lUimdy. is ideal. It is alao used as a spray and taken pure. Th wonderful increase in the tale of Tonsiline during the last few weeks shows that many thousand" of families are making extra use of Tonsilin during this epidemic to quickly nliew ihe often accom panying sure throat and as a prc entie measure Don't wait unt;l you hae lntlu na and tiore throat in the hoi:s l ut get your hottle of Tonsillne from your druggist now for use as a pre ventive) gargle and also to be ready to relieve sure throat upon its fust n ppea ranee. Tor more than 2Z ye.ir the &a W of Tonsiline his steadily ami rap idly increased. The favor shown it ty American peopl- gives it th light to the tiM-. Th- National Sore Throat Remedy. iLook For The GIRAFFE HOME-MADE COUGH SYRUP Cured Husband and Child, Wife and Mother States. Mrs. A J en tu ncs. 1 7 H Ar mi tage awnue. t'hicago. Hi. writes: " I heard of Ment ho-I.a xene about two years ago, and since then would ! ot be without it My hi:.-', and h id i'-eri roughing for ai'oiit four ytir.. s immer ,md winter, and now he is . a red of it. and for my child I think there is nothing letter in the world for a cold, for it help" at on"e!" The het rough, cold. and ra t rrh medicine ever found is the es sence Mftitho-Iwivfii'. lirectins with a :i:-oi;nc' ! ottb concen trated, tell how to make at home a full pint of di:Ui"U.s curative medi cine. Advt. YOU CAN KNOCK OUT THAT COLD Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey will help to do it. What's more, i wil! he?;- N'.tf:re to do it quickly and thoroughly. You can tackle any cough, due to colds or bronchial irritation with I r. Rell's l'ir.e-T ar-Hon. with full as.-urar.ee of quick relief. A few- cents, snwsted in a bottle todav and a few minute spent in reading the divert -ns will mean readiness for a cold w hen it -orr.es ..lor.L'. The h.il.-.imic. .s. ...thing, in grcd'.er.ts, he!p Nature to lu.'st-n coughs due to colds. Try it. T.Cc, tl-c arc! J 1.20. Fines, Imprisonment With Suppression Russian Press. Along Kill I-ONlMtN. NY v. 7. Newspaper t'-v." ave suffered more than any "Vr ( lass r.f Russians from the Vol hevlk regime. They are the only absolut'ly unable to find em ployment and who are condemned the holheviki to literal starva ion. fc'rm the very first day the bol fhevlM assumed control of the coun try t;n s. i:r,iri.v)!iiTn nt. and suppres sion of papers were more frequent than even ir. the worst periods of emperor's rule. The fines lm-ss-d by the bolsheviki commissars wen- incomparably luavier than in the old days, when r.'OO r'les was the maximum amount. They fined pap-rs 1:0,000 rubles for putlishim war news without permission, and; one Moscow jiaper was fined 30,0fJ rubles for the same offense. For spreading "prr vocath e rurnors," in Moscow alone, in one day, four news papers were suppressed, five were Heavily fined and ten were indicted for "reports tending to discredit the go ernmei.t." nAi? publishers could not stand the havy drain of constant lines, the editors dreaded the prospect of a 11. ore or less protracted stay In prH- oi, and the reporters were afraid to write about anything reliectmg upon Dlsheviki methods, as that might be construed in attempt to discredit the government. A newspaper ac quaintance of the writer, a member of the staff of a most pro-riesrfie "Vily. after having been twice im ,' tisonfil and his paper made to pay a line of 10,000 rubles for an ln-o?f-nsive arti'le. cnfe?sed tliat he Aas at a loss, what to do, "now to w rite. Whenever public dissatisfaction became pronounced the government -ippressel all non-bolshevik i "bougeois" publications. This exam ple of bolshevik statemanship was emulated by the .Petrograd and oth er Soviets fo that the Kus-slJii press entirely ceased to exist. barring the oilicia! Izvestia the I'olice (Jazette. as some woikmeu call it published by every local oviet, and the organs of the bol shevik and left social-1 evolution ary parties, not a single newspaper is published in soviet Russia at pres ent. All thos who made a living by wailing fr the press now find them selves in dire straits and face pov- rty and starvurion if unwilling to Nötige their political faith and join ranks of bolshevik journalism. GUN DUEL CONTINUES FOR SEVERAL DAYS WITH THK A M F. R I CA X :IMY X Tili: SKDAN" FRONT, No. 7. American and German big caliber guns recently had a dul on this cc 1or and the Americans apparent! t ame out on top. Ab. nit the time the American na pun bnran operations against the enemy communication lines. the Germans started shelling Verdun and the legion north and northwest with a naal weapon of large caliber. The Americans immediately began calculations to determine the posi tion of the enemy uun and finally decided they h id found its location. The battle of the big guns began. It continued day and night for several days. Suddenly one afternoon the Ger man big gun ceased firing and noth ing has been heard from t since. The American gunners do not claim a direct hit, hut they do claim that the German battery was compelled to withdraw even if the heavy gun was not damaged. IOWA GOVERNOR IS REELECTED BY 12,000 nnS MOIXFS. Nov. 7. Gov. Will Harding, republican, was reelected yesterday in one of the cio'est gub ernatorial contests in Iowa in recent years. He defeated Claude R. Por ter, democrat, by approximately 12. 0"ft votes. Republicans triumphed in all important contests, reelecting I. S. Sen. Kenyon and choosing all 11 congressmen, a net gain of one. 1FLUE MM How it Can Be Avoided and Treated. Simple Rules to Be t Followed. Ho Occasion for Panic No need of anyone being afraid of the after effects and slow recovery from Spanish Influenza, hard coldä orGrippe, if they will use common sense and start In bulldir.p: up their health and strength the right way. The main thing is to get tho blood rich. red. and pure, so it can carry li'e giving oxygen 'and strength to every part of the body. Inir "ro Mood is the cause of so many ..;vr recoveries and set-backs. Doctors say: "Get the Wood right nnd the rest is easy, that nine-tenths rf all sickness is due to lack of iron and phosphates; the healthy strorg. vigorous man or woman's blood is ?.l ways leaded with these two life-giving elements". Physicians al?o claim with fresh air ar.d nmirihfnf' tnnA nitMm equals Phosphated Iron as a blood tonic and health' builder. Phosphat - r r I I jr (rrv ä.. 1 ,t.. 11 v 111 x t I IAI I Wl . ... 1. J rA. o TT. I lilt - If Ml WI C' 1 CooyrifHt. 1918. by Nwippr Feature Republican County Ticket is Elected With Large Majorities. ELKHART. Ind., Nov. 7.Re- tuins from 59 precincts out of 75 in Klkhart county filed late today 1 showed an ever increasing major ity for the republican ticket. He publican majorities in this county ranged from 600 to 1.000 late Wed nesday afternoon, and it is thought that complete reports will increase the numbers to a considerable ex tent. Andrew J. Ilickey. republican nominee for congress from the 13th district is leading Congressman Rarnhart by approximately 1,000. In the race for the Judgeship of the superior court, over which contest a great deal of interest hafl been dis played. William B. Hlle, republican candidate, is: leading J. L. Harnian, the present incumbent and demo cratic candidate for reelection, by a majority of nearly 1.000. R. Frank I,oader. democratic candidate for third term as sheriff Is running a poor second to Charles Sanford. re publican candidate for reelection. Local republicans declare that when complete returns have been tiled, the 0. p. will have scored one of the greatest victories in this county in the history of the party. The 1 cal school board has grant ed the V. W. f A. of this city per mission to use the hall of the Cen tral school as a gymnasium until the new Y. W. C. A. building, which is heinp erected on West Lexing ton avenue, is completed. The school board has announced that in order to make up time lost by the closing of the schools by the influ enza epidemic, the Christmas vaca tion will be reduced to one week, and the spring vacation cancelled. Unidentified persons, thought to 1" joy-riders, stole an automobile owned by Dr. K. J. Ilagenbaugji, a former Klkhart physician, who re cently moved to Bristol to take up the practice of the late Dr. J. O. Walters. Dr. Hagenbaugh was in this city attending a patient when the machine was stolen. The car was found several hours later two block? from where It had been tak en. The only damage done to the machine was a broken headlight. A. N. Fox of the ordnance depart ment and Sergt. D. A. liullwin ar rived in Klkhart this morning for the purpose of arousing greater in terest in tho production of war ma terials among factory men, who are engaged in essential work. Mass meetings were held at all local fac tories where war work i being done. Mr. Fox and Sergt. Mull win left for Goshen tonight, from which city thev will go to South IJend. ITX1HLIÄ Funeral services for John Gyer will be held at the residence, 332 Hickory st.. Flkhart, Friday after noon, at 2:30 o'clock. Rurial will be in Grace I-awn cemetery. FIRST IN THE NEWS-TIMES ed Iron takt-3 hold from tho first dose. Results are seen and felt; strength returns, food digests, appe tite picks up. sleep is restful, there is a color in the cheeks -and a spar kle to the eye that only blood charged wita iron and phosphates can give. It Is the duty ot everyone "who has had Spanish Influenza, Grippe or a hard cold to build up their system with nature's tonic. Fhosphated Iron. It sure is health protection. Safety first. The results "will repay you many limes Give youtself a show. Special notice: To insure doctors and their patients gett'.ng the genu ine Phosphated Iron have put in capsules. Do rot take pills or tab Jets. Insist on capsules. Wettick's Pharmacy and leading . druggists everywhere. G.o.p,rasiN ELKHART COUNTY Mlm SPANISH ftH mi kml m a m 1 1 . 1 v a. m m Ser!. - r.... Rriuin RitKti Reserved. Goshen News GOSHEN. Nov. 7. Pvt. William A. Reed, 30, of Goshen, United States infantry, was killed in action in France October 4th. according to a war department message received Wednesday morning by Mrs. Vera Hf J, wife of the deceased, who is residing at the home of her sister, Mrs- Walter Oster, four and one- fourth miles southwest of Waka- ruea. The new bungalow belonging' to Alpha Culp of New Paris and locat ed on Fast Main street, burned to the ground Thursday evening at 7 o'clock causing a heavy Iofs, as only a few household articles were saved, it is thought that the fire was caus ed by defective wiring. Martin Fisher who had only re cently recovered from an attack of influenza fell over a board enroute to the lire and broke his ankle. Gerald Bessemer, 20, died at 11 o'clock this morning at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Res.serner, 203 Wilkinson street, aft er an illness of one week of influ enza and pneumonia. Mr. Ressemer had been employed on the New York Central railroad telegraph con struction force at Ashtabula and up on becoming ill returned to Goshen. Surviving are his parents nd one sister, Gladys. i;ijxti( iircsrTs. At the general election held Tues- dav, republicans of Klkhart county for the tirst time since 1901, elected i all of their nominees. Majorities, it ! is estimated, will range from 800 to 1.000 votes. The following were chosen: Prosecuting Attorney Herman Haskins- Judge Superior Court William B. Hile. Representatives Ijiwrfme leer and Jonathan S. Yoder. Treasurer Kred A. Reed. Sheriff Charles A. Sanford. Recorder David F. Miller. Auditor Charles A. Croop. Clerk Charles W. Foulks. Coroner Eugene Ilolderiaa n. Assessor Wilson II. Hood. Surveyor Charles 1 Kinney. Commissioner Middle District Allium Ieer. Commissioner North; i n District George C. Kistner. Members of County Council 1st Dist., George F.eese; 2nd Dist., Ieander Anderson; 3rd Dist., M. A. Weaver; 4th Dist., George M. Young; At Iarge, F. K. Yoder, Frank Hamsher and Ellsworth Yarns. INDIANA COAL MINES SET PRODUCTION RECORD TKHHE HAUTE, Ind., Nov. 7. Indiana coal mines set a record for production In October by hoisting 3.037.731 tons. According to reports today of the district fuel adminis tration this is tho tirst month that has shown a production in exoetjs of 3.000.000 tons. October deliveries were more than 200,000 tons in ex cess of any previous month. If the fate is continued the production for the year will exceed 36,000,000 or 6.000.000 tens more than the oper ators predicted last March. SNUMUXG Tin: MEN FKOM YOUR irrsn vxivs ofi-ick. The way some wives treat the men and women associated with their husbands In a business way makes that husband's workaday life far from pleasant. Without a direct Intention to punish Ihe man the snobby uppish ness of these particular wives starts a feeling against mm, ana wine is responsible. Put why be discourteous to those engaged in the same line of work as the head of the house? "Head of the house" you resent that for all women, do you. Mrs. Reader? You resent your husband belntr called head, yet you conduct yourself in such a way that if you have been considered equally the head of the house, your husband needs another partner. That is what you were upposed to be a partner when you two were married equal partners, both. Then don't handicap the truest partner you will ever have. Iook at the matter from George's standpoint. He is working for your support and comfort a well as his own. Kep him Jn condition to work: do all you car to keep him popular with those with whom he works. If the truth were known, the one you snubbed may be more valuable to the firm than your husband. (Copyright. 1918.) Try. NEWS-TIMES Want Ads 7J Refiitered n U. S. Pti Off'. REMEMBER FIRST U. S. TROOPS TO FALL WHILE FIGHTING FOR LIBERTY NANCY. Nov. 7. The memory of the three first American sol diers to fall in France under the American flag was honored to day. . The towns In the department of Meurthe-Mosselle." erectsui a monument in the village of Path elemont. but the heavy bom- hnrdment tho village ."till is un dergoing leaves it still evacuat ed. The military authorities were unwilling to allow any pro cession or gathering at the mon ument so it wan a small party, consisting of Leon Mirnian, pre fect of the department. William G. Sharp, the American ambas sador, M. Ie Brun, minister of blockade. Gen. LoRoy Eltlngo, representing Gen. Pershing and the mayor of Nancy, who inaugu rated the shaft by placing flow ers on it this morning. A ceremony took place this afternoon in the city hall at Nancy at which speeches were made. This ceremony would have been held before the monu ment if the public had been al lowed to visit Rathelemont. IIAHO IS DEMOCRATIC. j BOISE, Idaho, Nov. 7. With Ti. 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