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niriisn.r i:irvi.Vf;. mav iö, i oi. THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES LATEST HEWS -of the BUSINESS WORLD MEXICAN PRESIDENT IS CHARGED WITH ROBBERY NEW VOPvK. Mav 15 Wnustia j no 'rranzr. president of Mexico. J w : chnrzf with a "collos.l trinkt r'-h ry" in a suit for injunction tiled In the Jprcinc court Ti -r on , Wednesday l.v William 11. Mitchell.. Wink Brings Drink on Fools' Day, Meyers Fined William M-yr.r, Hydraulic and I patrolmen, h wink was sufficient to i.-alle arresuj on 'blind tig-;ecure whisky in the Meyers' pl.ice. ENLARGE CREAM MAKING PLAUT John W. Wittrrer Dairy Un dergoing a Number of Improvements. ! in .1 H Ii V M.rhit'.ii; - Wir tun Wir ' ).! r.. . (,;.' P r.i 1 1: sprincs M;.y i... I. .- r r ; . i i of So U'r. Itid has . . . I .Mr. .I a Stein lit a iereieii, w.:d that he- sou, I'Jiilip S't-in, who h is liHfn in .rvi'e in Ir.nf e. r; h- , I 'hi''.i''o, mi Monday. He is e-j in- i H' I : ij n i -fon. ( ofiic- furniture !' th I.iirht-J i 'liaTtH Kim Co. " a hed her S.iturday arid has been installed in J th- oftii f tl-e new company next i .' try if th- j.'m!,- .' .I! in:ie ajdo.-i- t.. V h-t -t one's drysroods store !i!'b 2iaie !iiif'.:ni i ; ,rn ;i I .!!; K-. W. . Kuntner. of I'.attle j no - .r..t , -.. it:; j . 1 1.! to 'r !;. the n"v minister of th- Lu- , n.-t th u '.. il li'ln.tiio fur t In i t b'i a n rliiinll. tilled th- puljut at j :. io.it..;- ,.f -hi- mm m This ii tb.it eliuren. Miiulay iiidi'uu. .!.ln;..!i to t!i l.ire ..Id -tff.i'.j Alt s. flora A. I.ivs has returned ...! d.o., -. h-'in b- h ie-.ni i-!i"ioni Imliitb, Minn., where she has .-; i : i ' 1 1 1 i ;-! v e. 1 i ; 1 .. - j n j I - . - . i . . . 1 V ' . . . . fortner manau-.r or the Banco de;fr etvr'! April 1 by ratroimen n nen tne onicers emcreu me puce I.ondre.-- y Mexico, scikinp to re-I William S. zymanski and Louis Kih. on April 1 one of them wi.ikcd at; v-.rain Alfredo ratiire-;i. roiinsej found guilty by Special JudeeIMeers and an Arrow bottle was; here for Carra ri7.t's 'Viiinniis-iori Jf'jih Kovac in t ity court Wed-j produced from an Inside coat porket, n.onetar.a". fror;: iro - rutins a ' i'r'y afternoon. .Meyer?- was lined and the officers were furnished with i $i(..c.i yji atrainM th- lank of'-'' nJ costs and sentenced to a tine drink of whisky. They paid' M'-Titt ' r '. M-rvt ;" days in jail. The jail sen- the bill and as they were leaving the ! The rn.-t. '. iin.ed the om- tencr v. as suspended by the judcre. ' place the proprietor of the place t rnisie:. fi ' t th- :d :.:r- il ' apk. Air. Thi is th- second time that the j called to them and said: 'Come -'u-t : i.t.!o-;i's t. Dip Kan. po.K'e llav fiad Ullll- .iCers up aain, mis s -pru ioois na. - de !,(. .; y ; ico. u hi . uvi " . 't'"i of $ 1 !' r of lll'iral govern-. s? tuten for a second offense. The. Due to the fact that Meyers has i rit. d (.'- j ("')v however, was appeal' d to the; been arrested many times before on' j ,i!c:;it court. 'titrer" charges and because of the I i:nt .small liar. i fact that many people witnessed the! 1 Wh-n th .Meyer bar was re- trial the small court room was too' : moved, th police allege, that the j. small and th city council chambers ! proprietor erected a mall bar and j were Used by the special jude in j was doinc: a thrivinsr luslnss at his hearing the case. A change of venue location ju.t across the Lasalle av. J in the Meyers case was planted by! t bridfi'. j City Judge Frank Cilmer some time j According to the tesiimonv of theiago. hich h -ri r,r)lif -e court and the fine assessed j but you didn't get fooh d on that .Ojn.ni) ) ' v;.s the minimum provided by the; drink." BFjRRIEN SPRINGS. MICH. i r- ini. h tii i.i' - i -; 'c tit I .: hi-- i ! 1 1 : " : I 1 1 ' i of ice ,! : n i I Ii- i in i r e:n -:i -1 i ! i 1 1 . mi of , i ' o .! i or ) -: ; ii nf ; ..i : i ! i 1 1 ! 1 1 i n 'i i tid stii.iii. '.'hi- w 11 irt e.it i u i : in l o - tl 1 tl f ,11 - ! in to ' i 1 1 : i ',' ,' l-ofili!,'-' in i ' h; ti"- t b- a - Rumors of French Embassy Moving are Misunderstood :.-.r.i t of tl)' ' I . ! Vt : ' I. 1 : i -:i .c M: dipped HOTEL TAKES OVE BEAUTY PARLORS Oliver Management Believes Direct Control Makes. Best Efficiency. n spending the winter at the W.t! ii home of In f daughter. Mrs. Chs I -1 i ii : - i ii i K limit z. ! i i'.i-M 'j. Al.Üer has nun biased the !;.o. I. r. ..-ideme property on I nuestion of creating a special diplo At. in -tic t. Kalph IPifton of I'etioi! v i -i t "d . 1 'iioeh tJK.VKVA. May 1.'. Humors that, same privileges with governments as i I the seat of the french embassy in J embassies and !egations. such as the j Switzerland would he transferred to j right of extra territoriality and the' j Geneva are based' on a misunder- j use of ciphers and diplomati" cour- t i standing, according to information j iers. ' from Kerne. 1 If this step is finally decided upon i ' . It is said that the rumor has some; it is probable that the great powers ( connection with the fact that the ; will each have two distinct diplo- ! ' t committee on organization of the , matic missions in Switzerland, one league of nations is examining the J at Kerne with the Swiss government and the other at Gene a. the seat of matic branch, which will enjoy th1 I th league of nations. NEW A fr3 t tost fi-a . rnn pa,Mi-- Special Sale at Brandon's Suits Coats Capes Dolmans A Sale of Suits $35 - $22.50 Smart New York creations in Women's and Misses' Suits Serges, Poiret Twills and Poplins in many styles. Blouse and Belted models. Plain tailored and Vest effects. Many other beautiful suits at $45, $55, $59.75 ii AI Kti 1 1 oil uent and will bio icnt to ws:re prumpt at:! cllicien -evvic In additioti to c.i. -ring to ih- i-; t V ab . It is a!-o :i 1; ::"ocad th:ir pi M mih of the diver barba-r shop ma; ii" ni.inl u :t. 4 mnkinr ap- 1 0:11 tao tit - wir) tic Liii'ir cali ; u t h ' 'ci u t y pa ' lor- Iii- n cd 1 1 ' Sunday. j The .(liMiai teilt. ion of th I lamer ami I'e.ither l'iiinilies v.. is held ;t j New Tiny S.itniday. with about. ÜUU jiu attridancc. Dinner was enjoyed ;at noon, and this was fidbiwed by a iio .-u 1! .nid liteiiuy program. Miss j Helen Skinner of this village. gae a I l e..'iing. 1 S:i- 11 memi't-rs of the lo-al lodge of 1 ( k 1 wen in Kenton Harbor Tu' -la eer.;n!r guests of the Kcn ". on I In bor Utdce. The second de- .. . 1 iur'-e work w as con it rrou on a imm- ; j b'-r of candidates from I'.enton liar-I j .or. .wr. .Joseph and Kerrien Spring.! 1 Mi h., after wluch a banquet w.is j enjoyed. I Tin annual county convention of Koai Neighbors wa.s held in Sodus Wednesday, and I'e from the lole of this pine were in attendance. Thv so e used for private dancing par- j Sering and William I'. I-rd. The stack-, which was considered a menace to safety, is heint: torn ties. The rear of the main floor will ;t l.v) be remodeled, a large dinins room provided, as well as a private) room where ice cream and fountain down drinks w ill he km vpd. Ford, a steeple-jack, was workins fhas. 1'. Hoopingarner and fam- ... the ton of the stack tnri.iv and in il have rented the house owned ly removinff brick, loosened the heavv j Mrs. Kelle Deo. on Cass street. niec of cast iron Gne of the ( known as the Stump cottage. i Tl5PA etmrl- Klt .mil shm- n tv! were at w ork on a scaffold. Ford j was unbalanced and fell a few feet, i but paved himself by catching a I swinging rope. Sering was st ruck on the head by a falling brick, which knocked him unconscious. Coats Capes Dolmans A wonderful assortment in this Great Sale. Serges, Poplins, Silver tones, Gabardines, Velours. Black, navv and colors, all at special prices $29.75, $22.50, $19.75 (j J g QQ Another Big Purchase Silk Dresses You can save 1-3 to 1-2 on a Beautiful New Silk Dress in this Sale. Taffeta, Messaline, Crepe de Chine, Georgette Crepes and fancy Georgettes. Values to IKD.UU. bale Ö? H !? Er Th SPECIAL Silk Petticoats, all bright and new :rc .$3.7 price . WATCH 4 US GROW- . 0 5L W. Corner Michigan Street and Jefferson Blvd. cooooooooooooooooooooo M. II. Castner was a business vis-; i'or in Xiles and South Kend Toes-i day. FALLING IRON KILLS TWO: INJURES TWO CRAWFOKDSVILLi:. Ind.. May l.".. b'alling pieces of iron, formerly a part of a 9 ft foot smokestack at the old municipal light plant here. mad the trip by automobiles. I Wednesday caused the death of two i which were gayly decorated in the i workmen and the injury of two lodge co'ors. purple and white. Six-j others. The dead men are Kd Kelt, teen members of the Kerrien Springs j years old, and Chester Shaw, ?, lodge, put on a play. '"Father Goos" years old. The injured are George and .Mother Goose," as a put of the j proirram. i Arthur Kobinson. the eldes son of! Mr. and Airs. Will Kobinson, hes re , - j.. ;i (lt s , j ;f : . ill l n ll lioill i i.l.i t , wnt'ic lie 11. I lieen in si.-r ice the past ear. At ics Kowerman Is building a Itr h on the house recently pur chased bv Airs. Marv Kodgers, on' Ferguson Heads Commerce Body of This Country the St. Joseph rd. Aitiinr IV l-'iliebl is bavin.; a num ber of improvements made on the Kephart oiiihlinur, which h pur- 1 1 based last fall, and which is using j.c- a store and restaurant. Ten j ooms e ver the store will he finished land provided with all modern con j e?iiences. in addition to a large ban .:uf room in the rear, which will al- i i "s . v . i i . ; ;mi:' .!' o r and " U j . ' s i ' i I : i T i-i 1 1 . 1 - ; to!:, N '. s . , a ! i . i l: r e . lid IP. g Hi t '. ' 1 1 ' ' . i :" i ' i i ill Tki a in. i lie e ' ),. .. b! ' l Ml.' i W a I (if the f a tii.ii! b '..I 1 I 1 1 . A. Wh.-.-b . v h o ii i ! : t ! reel.;.,.;; i':g t wo separat tii'ii on w a . I.-i't d i 1 1 1 ti ; -. I ; in- e ha rn i r -one! ni", 1 pelting a S . Lou i- t h ; a II nop posed . Mr. 1. rc isoii was al iiat-.i at t!o-I"i.i;.-. tate li.U.ii ar nbi:. urad iit.p in 1S'.2 and at Glasgow un; vri: Scotland, bti.-hnur then ;:i 1 l-'or ' cn ars be was a coa Mrui 'l.v in the i. a . re. inning i i, !.". to become -up rmiender.t . i.- Newport New aid. oiho" Hm'io is de tr l l y the boar.! int ludeii . p pr-id nt. e istern 1 ;s - r; t. A C. K'-dt'o: d N" w York : north, .etitial ,;strb!. fdi 11. I . - frees, i'lii. auo. south. -!;;i al dis trict. Thomas F. Gabor, b.-bo;. ; Ti'titif.vo , w -t-i :t lii-tr.ct. ('n . 1-d laTet LIFT INHIBITION ON PASSPORTS TO WIVES fi'ir y-w ill I T J . ! rw -m m r 1 k - -5 r-- .tin fe oj ami (UX1IM TCit.CSL.XO IWTO) BOHN Aft gl a A S 1 1 1 N t IT . M a . .Inn l .", the ;nhiipt!an pai-i .r.g pa--p ! to w n : n. :'p,.r- or' Am; i aii ntpp ap.d p':-t'd nie: who ii.a is'j o -zi) to I w , ; ; I rl U f I. It was a n.'.o j .-, Wedn-..'., v b. ).. state i'p..t ' up :.' ih.it pa.-po: ts 111 be iss , d -il s ;, ) ,-,,,. plO id- .tig the o'ticeis or ru-n cono rned r- not to fi'tut i. t thi-s o intry. bu; v i s ,tnl mctt.i r who take advant- Hf of this o -;un y w ;de id icturp to th- F.:i within six month" This tim limit . set to pri-v-tii ii'io:;..): in trans portation f.icihti". REFRIGERATORS Axe in a class by tkmsekes If you are atisfi! with "juit any kind cf a refriger ator, to long as it holds xce'yovi probably n't be interested in this advertise ment; but if you are a shrewd housekeeper and are looking for & scientific food preserving michinc that vill save its initial cost many time over in economy - of ice consumption and per fect prcurrv tion of foods, it will bs wall worth your whil to lnrtif t the many merits of the BOHN i'i not b : i States S-i-.p. firrtil: .- i ra n.at( rials Ali'. n: -an :. spia i s ar..i 1-ÖSJ-Ij I i u I t j i t ; I i ! I i ;f ! V ; J in ' l-.eJvlU JT2 Small Till Small Dose Small Price A: CARTERS KITTLE 5 IVER PILLS FOR CONSTIPATION have stood the lest of time. Purely vegetable. Wonderfully quick to banish biliousness, headache, indigestion and to clear up a bad complexion. Genuine ht-ar rfZ Says His Prescription Has Powerful Influence mmmwmtmmmimmmmmmm mmmmmmmmmm Over Rheumatism j Difcovrrrr Tells Druffglat Not to Take ! u Ont of Anjcnf'j Money l'nle j Allenrhu Tompletely UanUhes All I Kheuiuat l'aiii and Twinge. j Mr. James II. Allen suffered for years wtih rheumatism. Many times t Iiis terrl- Me disease left hiiu helpless ami uunMe ' to work. i He finally derided, after years of cease- ! I less tudy, that no ene' run he free I ! from rheumatism until the aei iniiulaP'd I unpuritles. ceiiitnonly e.-iiled urtv arid depoKlts. were IlssuPed in the joints j :inl muscles and expelled from the body, j With this idea In mind he consulted ( phvHi liin. made experiments and Anally nmpounded a presTirtion that quickly md completely banished ever" sIrh and symptom of rheumatism from his sys tem. He freely gave his discovery to others who took It with what might be called marveloua success. After yeurs of urging he decided to let Hutterers everywhere know about his discovery through the tu'wspupers. Wctthk's Cut Itat' Drug Store has been appointed agent for Al ktirhu In this vlrlnlty with the under i.t. Hiding that he will freely return the purchase money to all who titatc thev received uo benefit. Adf O O o o o o o o o o o o o o THE NEW "Get the Hoppy Taste" O o o o BEEW The drink that satisfies, the beverage that refreshes and restores energy, the one that quenches thirst best of all is good old Silver Edge. Used on the table it means better appetite and better digestion. Used hospitably, it is ideal for promoting sociability and good fellowship. Let us send you a case. IM CRYSTAL THE hUESSEL BEV.CO. r CLEAIR BOTTLE! SOTH PHONES o o o o o o o o o o 'ä3 fiwtuiuw Cor. 7 yssl sr Serrig m-m mm r - -V HI I h i Bent IL Bones J iTnat Were g 5 Bent by R I fbinted o a Shoes Shoe Logic For Soldiers WHEN you discard your good old army shoes you'll surely never want to go back to a shoe that, just for the sake of "looks," beads the tender foot bones causing corns, buoioos, ingrowing nails, callouses, f at len arches. Ia Educators you can have good-looking shoes with full army-shoe comfort. For Edu cators are built to let the feet grow at they should. There is no guarantee stronger than the famous Educator trade- mark. It means that behind every' Prt of your shoe stands a responsible manufacturer. Rice & Hatching, Inc., Bo ton. MADE FOR MEN, WOMEN aJ CHILDREN 2i -Zzxtft PO 000000000 0 00 00000 0 0000a R e Carson Straight I öones c That Grew ? Straight n taucaTor Shoes a RICE & HUTCHIXS DUCAT0S HOE 5 U Fducatoi ) CA I DENTIST Cor. Michigan and Wayne Streets, over Star Store Better Dentistry Moderate Prices OLD LOCATION This office is thdroughlv remodeled and equipped for the purpose of giving to the people of this vicinity better den tistry at moderate prices. Dr. Carson, who is in charge, is well known to the people of South Bend, having been estab lished in northern Indiana for 34 years. Twenty-Two Years in South Bend I Vmimm ImWiW V-mi 0m t U rt W m mn Edmtmmiv romp foe ChiUrrm m4 lk4oi Uo wkh LwMmI tor MiMU 1 You Want to 11 or Exchange TRY News-Times Want Ads Starting Right . i . It is the desire of even mother and father that their boy shall start in the business world with every possible advantage. Starting riht is just as easy and far less expen sive than otherwise. Give your boy his first lesson in economy by assisting him in start ing a savings account. Then en courage him in making his saving account grow. This institution has many grow ing accounts deposited by oung people of South Bend and tin's com munity. The Officers of this Bank extend every courtesy to the young people, regardless of the amount of their accounts. a , ,:. .. -, .'.-tl '" -1 4 Interest Paid on Savings. 1 St. Joseph County Savings Bank The St. Joseph Loan & Trust Co. TVbea you think of Homefar nlMnc think of -auk- Dca'Hky Caxh for Yourl Clothing. loaf Credit Is Good 4 GATELY'S, SSI S. jnctilun 8t. ADLER BROS. On !Hlchljpu t WaAMnton Since 1894. THE STORE FOR MEN A.VD DO YS. Union Traxl Company KsTa Dctäiit Bozm vttli t&cil faxililij txt Um prtrucy of cb- ii ii Try NEWS-TIMES Want Ad: '