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WEDNESDAY MORNING. DECEMBER 6. 1922
THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES
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'ADMITS EMBEZZLING
i MOHEY FROM FORD
23 EH:
33
DIES WHILE VISITING' Wc Tried fo Cut MARRIAGE TANGLE
cRELATIVES IN NILESjg ycJ INVOLVES GIRL, 17
Detroit Man ConlYe De-
tcctives Say Deficit Will
i Approximate $30,000.
(rooin of Month Is Suddenly Siht of Fourth Dozen Impels ! Owo.-o Child-Wife Now Seeks
Stricken 111 Hurial at Sil
ver Lake, Ind.
former Hivalvc Gorier to
NII.r.Mich. Dec 5-r-Thc Thanks
; v..t of Leonard Hoff in -in, 21.
brid. ermir.at-d In
ere :ut cvrn.r.?
II.-f:.-nan after Iji. n I
when
jlneo
a 1 -
.Mr.
Drau Kazor.
DIITIIOIT, Mi 1". .. S.tliru
in a rot.virmt and watehir a h i"-
j ky real l.eaer tat tbr- do,.n rv.
I ' Voters was all tha: :-'te.;irt Jh:i
! ii could 1 ar, ana when th c al
Annulment of Two Unions
Through Court?.
i.e. I . . . r- . 1 ..-.-.. 1 lriffKl'T ! r. ' T' 'i ?- 1
t.if n Ignored John-n i.' tha.
brother, i . ... ...
1.', c V . I f lI .-fc-'i'. O u II .. ' i '
l r. Kiy ci.ea at loisu oo.-ock
of Mr?. Hcffrnin'H
llwrert Parker. 903 Ferry ft.
TM cauw of th" l--nth wa.- on 1 n -
..on a..f.-c;.r.5 ine inroai. ih.ü-, oys:er hampi.n
i.i-' w.uu.v ot onn moan:, .Mr. jiüii-
1.- furv;vU by hi? parents, ?-Ir.
a Imittc-d that ho lot hi ten.i'
drew a razor and ru-hed upon th
OWf).vef
.-lory of how
rirl, bli'-vin
told her, 1"
Mich., I).;r, o,
a fimp!e little
The
country
cvtrythSn? that ua-?
line yo entangled by
IlV, Ind.. and three "brothers aro
it Silver Lake. Tho widow an1 the
j arents took th body to Silver Lake
thl afternoon for burial.
In th Cirfiit court at St. Joseph
Jud-j Charles K. White, sentenced
! Aii Wy.int of Üuchanan to sc-rve
from t .x months t- on year In Jack
on for violation of the liquor law.".
V.'yani w;n arr--ud in Nil"- fomo
v.eeks a;,- whn the. act of deliver
ing a 1U of "booze."
J'atrr Iri.a.n Thomas KyrrK-, wh)
happened to he in l lie re.-d varar.t,
prevented bloodshed, and Johr..son.
who ;. 2 i years old and l:cs at
.';M! llaker st.. was loc',:.d up on ä
CharRu of disturbing the p'-ace.
JucIrc," he toll Jud John
Faust. "I ore wan in an oy;sl.i
eating ' rentes', year .io, and
, o rn irriacr tliat. even lawyers can
Ti rcove It r pr- r.: meiital 5tatu.
i'''Vt'ii''i Tn attorneys lor
Jure "Vood:nan Claerhout
nc, IT jars fld. crnimenc'd
was
Hard:
inorf tlian a
car ai;o.
Th- a'torr.iy.s a-k, tho court to,
fay whether ih" Kirl lias one hus-
?Vir,d, two husbands or none at all,;
üm!, if fos:!)!, to free
her c ntnnjrlenT-nts.
Arcordin to the amendment th?
r.irl, when only 15 years of aut.
Lsk n-J to t!ie whispering:;' of
Mnre. the sisht of a lot of oysters (.:..lorJlouit tnd 0"n April 4. 102i. paddms. and h.
mikf, ,no sick . r.n awav to Windsor, Ont., with ! : w ' udent at Ann Ar,,
Johron had ordere a sak. h.?n ;vn l ni,rri,,,. Latcr sh., . youns weman for whom
while Joseph , K.unl.n. the eoal , r..urnf.i, to hop hom, ! hav;n paid rent.
IXDIAXAPOhlS. Iec. Geere
Y. J'emmitt, 22 year.- old. pleaded ,
guilty (before Judge Arthur K. 3 "r
don to defraud'.r.,' th IVrd Mr.r.-
company out of i2.4C0.37. Ho
held fur the next term of c:rcu;t i
court in Ji.000 0ond with two . ure-1
ties. " i
I'ermnrit divided loot with two:
a.-f:tar.ts. hje said, and spent much
of his Iiaro on Mr. Anna.heiie Trot
ter, Alexandr.ne av h claimed,
who recently Hied a divorce a-iinst;
her hu.--band. '
Thefts Amount to $.",0.000
Frank A. "Wit mire, lit ad of the do- J
tec-live bureau of the. 1'orJ Motor j
'company, told the court that rem-.
mitt'a mHp77.;'nH'r.ts. dating tronj ,
I !nf Ar.r-1 -:!! imniint to $20.000. ,
In a conf(ion which Pcmmitt !
made to A taut l'rosccutiniT At-
: tftrrrv i?r,v,rrt AT Tom.i and Chief!
ner lrom, , ,., . u-u'a
iepuiy finer;ii Anaur u.
he admitted embezzling Fveral(
thou..mJ of dollars from the Fordj
plant at Iii-er Koue by me an-- oft
IMyroIl padding, and ho invo.Vfd
or and, the
ho admits
o
I.Hian Trtie, Z 2 years. : dead at h!i
homo north of F.arron Uko in Cas
-t. jnty after a prolonged itlne.sa
ont al.-;c(c-.-e '. He i.s survived by
'is ifo and three, chiidion. who re-
hide at home and by hin mother,
Mr?. Frank True of llxn Claire. The
funeral services were to be held thi.s
morning at the church at S;imm"r
l'le. F.uri.il will take place in Sum-:.:erville.
on driver near by. oi l re s oy.-t . r
one dozen, two, three dnen.
The la-t of the third dozen ns
disappearing wlfen Johnson f-idled
over and jdeade.i, "For th- love lZ
heaven, don't order any more:"
' "Another dozen:" .said Joe to thc
waiter, with a cold looic at Jona
ton.
Then Johnson pulled his razor.
Judpe Kaust hId that Johnson
owed civilization about J10.
AprilT.", 1IJ1, the sirl heran pro-(V'l!;i;-s
f-r the annulment of her
rnarri i but the cas"s never came
to trial.
Iit fall, tlie l.ill ays. she met
Hardin?. He- paid her ardent sutt
and sh iiromifnl to marry him as
pooh as .'-'ho could be legally free.
It
he
TRY GOBBLER ON
SERIOUS CHARGE!-
Mr. and Mrs. Clt-orgo Iteed are
parents of a -on, Torn at the home
of Mr. and Mr.-. Charles Ileehler,
Yankee .-treet.
Mr. and Mr.s. William Hhrieh and Elkhart Mail Is AcCUScd of
for., "Wiliani; Mr. and Mr. Harry
is -aidJ Harding informed lier
had bef n informed by an attor
ney that beoauve neither resided .in
Canada when they were mau b e!
there, and that they had perjured
themselves in obtaining the licence,
their marriage was not valid.
The irirl married Hardin?, Spt.
r. Attain t-'he wen', to her attor-
eys to iret a divorce.
Fhr'.eh and wn, Dick and George
Hhrieh of South Hend and Mr?.
Cuthewno F.oyer of Chicago' spent
Sunday with their parents. Mr. ami
Mr?, llnry KhrRh. Itegent 't.
Mr. and Mr.s. It. C. Schrumpf
have returned from Lal'orte, Ind.,
where they spent Thankfjrivimr and
th week end with Mr. and Mrs. 1.
M. Smith.
Mr. and Mr. Krnie Murphy, 204
Clay 5t.. entertained Mr. and Ir.s.
J.' uLm Miller and daughter, Itowena
oi South Hend Sunday.
Mrs. C F. Cook. 1103 N. Sixth St..
wi;i entertain the Dodevca club to
morrow afternoon. Mrs. It- V. John-f-n
and Mr. K. AV. Hood, are cx
( pected to 'bo guc.-t.
Itobert Tues'.ey iias taken po.e?-
sion)f the grocery store at Uarron '
lake, which ho purchased from Fred
IJarrett.
Announcement is made of tho
wedding of Misj Loi.s Bowering",
daughter of
Criminally Knowing Ten-Year-OId-Girl.
I ILK II ART, Dec. 5. (Special.)
The case of the stale against (Jeorj-O
11. Drown, 6f years old a cobbler wno
U charged with commitin crimin
al assault on a lO-year-ei girl July
20, last, was begun before a Superior
court jury Tuesday, and on AVed
ne?day, at 11 o'clock, the state had
retedi its case. Att'y lt. H. Proctor
is aiding .Pres. Sawyer. The de
fendant 13 represented by Att'ys liar
man and Jay. Crown's arrest re
sulted from an investigation made
by Mips Pes?e Owen, city yoeiul
worker, who was told by a woman
of the alleged crime committed on
the girl, a friend of tho woman, tho
girl having confessed to her. Other
children of the neighborhood wcro
then eiuestior.ed,' and as a result
eight young girls were subpoenaed
for the preliminary hearing. The
Indiana penalty for the offense with
S MM K A X X i:AT IO V.
V.Ai:.VAV, I ml., Dec. 5 Ke-idcnt
of the south' part of Seward town
ship, owners of land covering four
s p:are miles, have fik-d a petition
Mth'tho county court, asking that
that portion of the township be an-ne-:ed
to Iake township.
Tne move resulted from numerous
controversies between the north and
sou.th parts of Seward township
over road matters.
OLD KHSIDITXT DIIVD.
"WAKSAW, Ind., Dec. 5. Mrs. D.
AV. Nye, 75, for many years a rest
dent of AVaraw, died today follow
ing a long illncs-s.
I'e-mmitt declared -that h divid
ed evenly with W.nor Dulknin andj
Jco".-ph lilayden, students at the uni-(
versity, wlio wttc- employed ot the ;
Itiver Itousre ulant during the sum-'
mer.
Old Padding Scheme l'sed
J'emmitt'H method was the. u.-ual
payroll r-iddimr ?.:heme, his allg(dj
coa: .-.--: -n indicate?. He u.-ed It dif-i
t ::a::,".-i on the clock cards by j
i
:.s hours were count-
-iag Iiis position as as
(iii'k. (Otr to further h:
v.li.' h u;i''
t-d, e:i
distant
plan-. "Si:: 1... :i:vt attem-ptel the
trick, he inhl urt'icerj ii: b iu-
in the .--p;-..ri ha-I '-ecu $L4CC.:J7.
Dulknin, n-v-eived $1.10 0 and
I.aydor., .M.e'jJ.
Ol T or SIWSON.
AVA It i- AW. lr.l.. Pec. .". Al
though ground wa frozen ii'. K
citisko county last night for t:..
f;rst time this season, Itev. J. W.
Reefer tcday cauglp a butterfly -' ;
the wing: at his farm jiut e-i.s: '
the cliy. There was a marked il--
in the mercury today.
win: sr.MKs divojicii.
WAUSAW, Ind., Dec. 5. Aih-g.: . ,
that her husband was guilty of ciu-
elty and that he remained away tro.s
home for days at a tin-e. Hess A".
Stoner today filed suit for divorce
from Fred M. St on er of Ayarsaw.
I OLIVER THEATER
Bowering' tc.
Mr. and Mrs. Milton which Drown is accu:
Uobert Middleton, an ! prisonnicnt.
d is life im-
i
o
mploye of tho Michigan Central
railway company at the terminal,
which took place last Saturday af
ternoon at .t. Joseph. Itev. Mr.
Dawe. pa.or of tho Congregational
t-hurch of that city performed the
ceremony. For the present tho
young peoplo will reside with the
bride'a parent at 711 CJrant st. The
bride has a position at tho Hunter
Ico conip.iny's office as book keeper.
Leonard C. Heyerboer. the Chief
Aü;sor of the Grand Itapids Chap
ter of the frdr of UeMolay for
boy's, will bring his degree, team to
Niles on D"c. 1.". and Irdtiate the
candidate.- who wi'.l comprise the
in Nile.--.
Julius Schultz has returned from
a viit with relative. in Kenctha,
Wis.
The College Women's club will
have a one ' lock luncheon Satur
day afternoon at tho home of Mrs.
AV. I. Tyler.
At the semi-annual Iection of of
ficers of Paw AVah Ting Kncamp
mer.t I. O. O. F.. Düsse!! AVoodruff
waself(ted cheif patriarch; Chrii
Ileum. W.; J. AV. Hoheit Ileum;
It. S.. It.chanison; treasurer, Karl
F. r.j ar.t.'n ; F. S.. I A. Johnson.
1 1. D. D.'v.na::, C. H. Moon. F. K.
Powell and T. C. Hance aceompan-
e 1 Rev. II. T. So'.u-i-f r. tistnr nf thp
i:i church to touth Dend
ded th dinr.t r given in
Tho Ifl.vrfir.nld r-irl una f Vin first '
.11.. J ' ' . ' f . . ..- . . ... j
witness, and was subjected to a try-j
in,? crc?s-examination. A sevett-;
vear-old playmate of hers was tho i
next witness.
The last witness this forcnoor-
was the ir.-ycai-old brother of the
alleged victim. Other witnesses nt
the preliminary hearing were fiv
little girls. j
Att'y Jay. in a statement to the!
Jury, said the defendant's evidence '
would how that Drown never mis
treated anv little Tirl: that he had ,
a wife and six children; and that
he was once a minister of the A'Oft
pel. K. It. Church of Mil iri.hth i
it. was the first witness fr the de-tens,-.
Drown c rime to Dlkhart si yeavs i
ago. He was arrested July Z, and
hi ? bond placr d at $10,000. v. hich
ws linaliy lurmsiieu by vesaumi
of Delaware county, Indiana.
Eighty
r
FRn PRn v
Dec. 3.0
AND HIS
S
I) KM OXSTPwTI X G
DRY DIRECTOR ASKS
run v LAin.v
DETROIT. Mich.. Dec. "Feder
Prohibition Director James It.
Dais proposes to "clean tip" De
troit by Christmas. To that end he
has asked AVashinsjton for "0 extra
o dicers.
He has learned that what Ve call0
ealvin C Have, Mon-
1 Ilt-V
l're.i.' tei
and atte
honor of Itev,
uiy ever.l!.?.
AV;Ill.i:n Curt..- of Chicago pv'r.t
s-unday ,ir,ä Mor.d.iy with, his nter,
M:v. Kehe Crt.s Vord and his
brother. KUward Curtis.
Tuesd;iy. Dec. ID has been set as
the date for the concert to be- driven
enure a f
John's'
include
orchestra numiterr
h by M:-s Corrinr.
or t.'f nvjsie in the
" f a h i o n a h 1 e' 1 o o 1 1 e K p e
business in cafes and
a re
at .St. J.ihn Fvan.-ehcal
under the au.-phes cf S:
choir. Tho program will
chorus r.nnreTs
ai:J .prano sei
Iaton. uperv:
Niles -public M-hooI.
Mrs. De-roy Forler will entertain
tho Octave club at dinner this even
!n r.
MifV M tr.e IHskrow h.i? returne I
doin-'
h.ott-'.-. an.-l
even private residence-, and that
they arc rreparinp: to unlo.-d a hi.?,
stock before Chrit:r.as.
Py idacinsr cut-c f-town o!h ers in
hotels and cafes he hopes to trap
these men. and also to j:ci uiticient ;
eldcnce a'j.iin-t c:ife th-m-dves
o warrant hia poin into the fed
eral, court and proceeding xa?air.st :
the:v. as common nuisances.
MIST HVi:,M.DF. VP.
WAItSAW, D.d.. D.c. :.. -- !
Herald and May IP II He rai l, w p,
h.ad f'lod nctif.ns far ilixorce .miir.
i-eich other, today iausd both M.i
to he dismissed. Co:;, t eo-ts i
Spirit Power in The Light
Hy the production ef ueh phonomcna as fdatc writins:, floating
. tallies and chairs, tliaiimatury, the science lxifflin? "Simla Seam-e."
supernatural i-ions.
The inot auc inpirini: demonstration ever present cd. The
"Katie Kin;" nuiteriallation wtiicli is causing such a st-n-atioa
i:i Pntan I. lamdon pcn lights seance.
Not in Darkness But in Open Light
ALL Alii: IXVITHP
each" action wt
tax, -j
iii.sl the
respective ro m v la i ra n t s.
to Marshall to r.um? her duties as
a teacher in the puldic school after
P-r.JIn:? th Thanksgiving va cat bin
with Mrs. Il:r,!!r Cranson in cast
Oak street.
-Mrs. Ci-.nr'.es Wybtirn of Ham-
j.i-'iui, u.U., v. ;-.v iiis tuen ser;ousiy
id. ;s now improving ao'ordini? to
word rece.ved by h.r parents. Mr.
and Mrs. Abnr Rubier.
o
GIRL, 15, ACCUSES
TW O AUTO JOYRIDERS
MT. ClA:yii:S, Dec. .v Uel:
eiroiner. IS yearcj old. carae home
with her clothir.ir torn and told hie
parents that she had l-rcn attacked
by two unidentified men.
At police heacbyiarters she dt
e la red that while ort her way hoa.e
lait right t-ho was forced to en
ter a louring: car and that she coul '.
INDIGESTION !!!
UPSET STOMACH
GAS, GAS, GAS
Chew a few Pleasant Tablets,
Instant Stomach Relief
not recall ar.vthir.
f u rt h e r u n t
she woke up on the rier lank
1:C0 Minday raorr.lnrr.
She could giv no descripticn
the alleged atallants.
politician's r.vnum DIP-S.
NODLHSMU.i:. Ind.. Dec. Z.
James A. Owen, father of .Toha
Owen, prominent Indiana republi
can and former campaign rr.anüscr
f .r Sen. James II. Watson, i ciea 1
here today. Mr. Owen was yar
of a ir.d l:e and his wife cele
brated their 6 1st wedding ar.
niversarv two weeks asro
ft i llllV
tt K 1-
fl frC'
Bus Service to Healihwin
Bcinninc: Thursday, December 7th. vc will operate
a bus daily to Healthwin.
Schedule
Leave Bus Station 1:15. 7:15. 10:45 P. M. Wednes
day. Saturday and Sunday additional service. Leave
Bus Station 3:15 and 4:00 P. M.
Leave Healthwin daily 1 :30 and 7:30 K M. Wednes
day, Saturday and Sunday additional service 4:45 and
5 : 1 5 P. M.
FARE 25c
THOMAS D. LEE,NInc.
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Instant iehef from sourmss. -;a---es
or acidity of stomach; from indi
gestion, rlatuleive. j aiiiitati t. head
ache or any stoma, h distress.
The moraent o.j chtw a few
"Tapes Diapey;n" tablets your
stomach f"e tire.
Correct yovr dijet:on for
ents. Pleasan;' Hrtmb-s!
druir sto:'
a f e w j
a-:, a
vorn PKi-AM of
GOOD ItOOF PAINT
can be realized by coming here
for it. Our roof paint is not a
collection of skins and refuse.
Tt is a specially n.ade paint tha:
will 5 tan 3 the weather longer
than any cthr roof paint we
know. Doesn't-your roof need a
;.ew coat? If so, you need us.
C. EE. L-IEl OO
Wall Paper, Paint and Gla-s
22.") So. Main St.,
OpiKisite V. M. C. .
mm
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111 M
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$375
Victrola No. 230, electric
$415
The famous Victrola tone-quality
distinguishes these new models
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These new instruments are a delight to
the eye, but more important still is the
quality of their performance. That should
be the first requisite in the purchase of a
talking-machine. It is the one thing that
comes before all else in the construction of
the Victrola, and so, when in choosing a
talking-machine for use in your home you
select a Victrola, you get what you are
entitled to get a true musical instrument
See and hear these new Victrolas at the
store of any dealer in .Victor products
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ORDER YOUR HOLIDAY CLOTHZ5 NOW
230 So. Michigan St.
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The Doctors and Nurses
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Over Mayr's Jewelry Stort
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