SUNDAY. DECEMBER 31. 1922
THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES
j to its conti: utior.al fr.r.rTlor..
v.;thout lr.'.crfrrrr.c from ih? fxc"
Wl UJllllllU x J VJ xv ;i-rMfr.t:l .7oik:nr tour. al-
FLORIDA IDEAL FOR !
CITRUS FRUIT LAND
r. u o .
i though it hnn bc?n freely an I
' Jo:jly discuss 1. will not "! ur
Daniel Mourns at Slain Son's Grave
Ttr,lit TrnofIt pnl iTTK'flt fill
Shipping Hill Trip Doubt
Iiy IvOLIS LUDLOW
WASIIi.VC.TON", D. C, I
The ftlvlFlbiMty o a r r-:. U -r.t'.il
rpeakin; tour through th mM!::
wrst ar.d the I'.ccky Mountain reg
ion to ho!-er up th hip-subidy
bill rrr.v bfr-r th fr,a! in br-iny
diS?ussel in Jnli airninii:rat.on
circles. It I known that th" rr-.-;-dnt
himself han brn diviner con
sideration to th 5uk,'c -"lion .ml
, Xo Commercial Fertilizer I:
Needed, Says Expert Who
that ton of hi1 cio- adviser hive
InJorrel th prcp'M tri;. while
othr8 hav priv-n the npin.on, afrr
wc:hin nJ! 7hic'3 of th- rnatt'.-r.
that nothing" would b g-iinrd la
this xtra pri 1ntlal effort to
boost tho till aior.s".
Tho theory of tho who iiron.-"
rr . i . I
the trip Ja th-it th rrr::1"
bo able to aro'js nubho
bfhlr.J the "b.ll which do tu not now
exist 'ar.il that th? Interest that
would bo kindled amon tho f'.k.s
at home rniht b vry helpful In
in tho eon-
tyiroutr) "by a
MIAMI. r:.a.. Deo.
th native foii of FioriJa
.sus:aü.o tor tr.o fcrouu'
fruita not only dust of cor.imcrc;.;l
frizi'.izT n"-'i be u.-cd, ;ircorlir.ff
to Ch.irJos T. S:rp.-on. of L:til
HI, t r. Mr. t'lmi-n has been con-
j durt'n? experiments on hs Little
i;iv.t iarrn. six ;n:i.- item nerc, i-r
th ra-t ciht year.
Tho only fcrtiiizr th.it Mr. .Simp
son ha usd has been th so-called
j j "a-.vtcd. Once .i year this ox;"rt
iro.n the watcrrrcnt, muimjr.s toe
ate to put the bill
"Indiffcrf :ic," ifl the mildest term
that can "ho nd In dr;b;ntf the
nttl!tbi of tho rni'l-vo ft. nr. J sen-
cral!y of the lntrrior of the coun
try, towarl the slilp-5u! 5idy hiil. In
many itctions thfro underneata
he ffupfrnlil appear.ir.ee of Indlf-
frnco a tloon-poitJ hostility. Tho
feeling that xorvad the Interior is
that a ship-subsidy would be a spe
cial privilege to a favorod class at
the expens of tho general tixpiy
rrs and that nothing el--; can be
snado out of it.
Mlslit Iienoflt Subvldj
Some of Pros't IIardins'3 a doners
think and tho president undoubt
edly share this vietv that In a
series of speprhes h could present j
tho sh!p-?ubiidy quo?tion to thei
people in a way that would remove j
much of the hostility, evon amons
tho farmers, where nppr!tion
most deeply routed. Tho president
would dal with the pubjoct from
a national viewpoint. cxp'.ainini;
how. In his opinion, adequate ocean
rarryln? facilities operated under
the American flat: would benefit all
of America by openinK up foreign
rnarkot for the product. of Ameri
can Indtiftry and a 'riouUure. and
that the farmers would bo anions
tho? directly and FUbKtantially
Those who think th propood
tour would he Inexpedient and In
advisable point out that certain
senators have ret out with a prim
determination to kill the phlp-üub-
nidy hill; that thf constitutional
time-limit on the, life of the. Fes?ion
operates in their favor; that a few
men workintr under an aprreed ar-
ranße-rnent of rclievinrr ono another
can -fllibus'ter th bill to dath by
holding up all bill.- and creating; a
Jam that must "bo broken by Mar. 4
if the supply "bill. carrying the
life-blood of the government, aro to
be pa-sed and that In view of all
has a mighty rfim ?how. Indeed.
"What position would the presi
dent in If he should carry the
thlp-srubsidy flprht to the country in
n speaking tour and loe out, after
11?" the advisers aro askinsr.
They anwer their own question by
raying that undoubtedly it' would
weaken h!s influence and diminish
hi power to accomplish other
thlnpT! that nre of vital importance
to the country.
Aoii nic sti.k"
Then there 1 the objection, which
probably ha ths mot weight with
tour of tili' kir.d. ohv!ouly intend
ed to brin? puV.o pentlment to
play on the borate, would savor
too much of exe-utlvo coercion ot
th law-makimr body. Aciinst
that Fort f't performance Prent
ITardinfr stands committo 1 Iiy re
peated utteranc e dating backward
to the very heprinnlns of )U ad-
mlnirtratinn. ?nmp presidents
whoso name.-? mii:bt bo mentioned
have found exhilaration and amuse
ment in swlrtrinsr the blr Ftick on
congress but Pr s't Harding, liim.!
only a fw years removed from the
fenate, h, consistn'iy taken the
position that tho la.v-makin? bvly
?l:ouId !"ivp absolute freedom to at-
Societies" Will Save You
H You Live In New York
NEW YORK. Doc. 23. From thf TI
moment you are born until the mo-;r.:e a!s- five
ment you die you can't fro wronw; ;n
Xtw York. No matter what y.iu lo
or w ant to do, there is a Mxicty that j
will save you from doins it. 1
There are pocietie devoted to the'
eavins of -verythins from
animals and ot:'. to "indifnt
malo?," "f r.er.d'.t.-s men" and "'re-'
tpectabie girls." There is even one
for the protr-ction of r.on-smokers.
These .ocietief. a.sriation.s and
organization., numbr ring about 1.000
with their branches, save anything
from souls to the Adirondack moun
tains. The innermost and most in
ner affairs connected with jour life
are .-ubjects for being aved.
s '. c ; t y
i to be
: I' d
s t o
i :s a
e i a
m! r. e 1
i.evo y l.
.Ii". ':: r A
( ther to
car. .-r ire
to . t
y, t j r -rr.ilk
te-t you fr.'-
you civ a 1 a by.
w r. e :i you c r w o . u t r
eff th- :ri;,at a::d t
vh n you matui e. a:.d i
iivz u.; w.'i-m you
or i" th-' re .-s a S'X';-. ty ti:at
wiil M-u' vou. If ou ar-j Is i.-h. J e w -
".):a i j:
f r r T ' i ' -
d:r.i ia:: i.i
T h r Is a j
i lir.g b
r--a 1 and fr
v: o, ; . rty.
c r. r
r i n r o for
h ;-ry to mv you
ti.at y-u th' -.
r-t i ; i i r- e 5 w
:t :: you
. .i rr ;
tt ..'. i:.vr
:r s .u! :n t
In h;rt. y,v
Va .; -:a v
1 tina'.ly esv-ir
nd d.- th-r- i
it tbn you -:o
A:, t th. n. if
: :- :.v.'i- s r-
ey n 1.
I i-o : r. ' h ' 'o
grove, and d'-c'ari-s this absoiuio
ly tho only fertiliser that Is neces
Eary. On th strength nf his experience
he declares that he is inclineil to
tchevo that seaweed is a, nio-t
sp'emlid ferth'.zer. His trees ait
weighted to the Kround witii fuic
fruit, yet th mukh ho usf.s
ays. in not u true peaweed but a
coii;je of little plant-Hko graven
uhich Jfrsw cui th bottom of Lis
cayr.e Iiiy. Those plants are lo-.-.s-
encd by fih that feed on tir.y Lulls
nt their roots and float to the sur
face and are washed to the shore.
ii. i ... .
, ; ' ., .'. . r:Z- Put in i.l tor drunkenes,.
nicr.ts with t!ie candle-nut, wh.ch I .. .. . . , ., .
has a commercially valuable rutat
when it Is freed from it.- shell. At
present the nut is like an enlarged
hickory nut with a fino krrne!. j
which, however, sticks to the Mud I
even worse than does the meat efj
thy Hrazil nut. An effort ia beln j
m ule to raie trees from selected j
seeds which nave freer kernels. i
Swaying to and fro and murmuring. 'They've murdered my boy, they've murdered by boy." J. L. Dan
iel a hv.vn here seated on a gravestone- near tho grave of his son. F. Watt DanSe.1. e'.ain i-uprodly by
nia-ikd terror:.i!. at Mer Itoupe. Ia. Younff Daniel's caj?ket was decorated with a flap, since he served in
France with d'Jr.ition. Tiie moihcr, widow and daughter of Thomas PJthard.s, another victim of the
terrorist.- slaying, can be see near the head of tho fe-rave.
LAI) EMPLOYS GUN TO
FORCE POLICE ACTION
Cli i.Vi:bOrTL'. N. C, Dec. 30.
(Iiy l P.) Ar.J a little child shall
bad them xit the ioint of a gun!
Thirteen year old Manuel Ken
took matters Into hia own
hands hero today when police re-
fus,rd to release his father who hai
At the point of a pistol, he way
ia Policeman Rescues Ten
Children From Flam es j
CHICAGO, Dec. CO. Ten small!
children were rescued in a tenoriv nt j
fire early today by Sert. Charles j
F.itz of the police force.
The building", houp'inpr eiht fam
ilies, was enveloped in llanie.s win n
A slant in stature tho largest
man on the Chicago force he wen
from flat to flat gathering the sleep
In s children under his arms. Vvh n
he merged his clothing was afire
and ho was nearly exhausted, but
ho had every child In tho burnim
building. Only after all were saved
did Eatz turn in the fire alarm.
; yy:y.s: A'r-'S.: yVA? -tl
z ;'"y-:: y : W.-- .yS u
laid Policeman Charles Dillard at
hid homo and marched him to Jail
to release his father. At the jail the
tablea were turned aid youn? Ken-
drick was lodged behind the bars
with his father.
Tho d'lv;denl3 received !by John D.
Rockoife'.ler in one recent year ire
staited. on pood authority, to have
amounted to J73.000.000, cr roughly
thn wiuivulent of 118 ton. of go'.d.
to Keep "Open House"
CHICAGO. Dec. 0. (Iiy If. P.)
"Open hous-y" will be kept at the
federal building tonight by Court
"The first! part of the ni:ht I epf-ct
to be kept busy Lssuinir warrants
for arrest of liquor law violators,"
"The latter part I will be occupied
with apr-rovinir bond.s of those for
whom I have issued warrants, so they
can escape spending the ni-rht in jail.
Prolii Agent and W oman
Found Dead in Auto
.IOSIIPII I l'llZYIiYSZ
The M ason Tire Sales Co. in
full appreciation of the extraor
dinary service which was render
ed by the following concerns and
persons during our opening and
which helped make the opening
a success and the store complete.
extends thanks. To Mr. D. M. 1
Mason, John H. Diehl, George
Van Veen, Mr. Johnson, Mr.
Bollinger. Mr. Hale, Mr. Lodth-
ke and Mr. Londquist of thel
Mason Tire and Rubber Co.; to
NEWARK. N. J.. Doc. .to. Walter
N'eely, a prohibition enforcement j Mr. Charles Späth, Miss Case,
agent, and a woman were foun-b Fritzie, Clem Harder, Mr.
dead In an automobile in .nciv s
parage in Trenton, today, according
to a telegram received by Prohibi
tion Director Itoss hre.
A HAPPY Ni:Y Yi:.K
A happy one it will bo indeed, if
you start right and with good health
as your bet friend. Lin. Ion's Pre
scription 1303. for sale at the Krumas
and Mrs. Steve Przbysz and
the decorating department of
the George Wyman Co.; to
the Home Furniture Co.; Tuttle
coiporation. Williams, the flor-j
ist, and the E. V. Steinhart
Co., we are extremely grate
ful. We also take this op-
Prug stores in South Peru! and the t portlinity to extend to
lted Cros3 Pharmacy in Mishawaka. j nilui- rorcl:al invitation
eat locations: Cor. Michigan and
Waynf. Michigan and Va.hington
and Main and Colfax. Adv.
J- HEW Will
l;V V g
nnh ir. n rorfiiai invitation to
Mi j 1 . . . . . . . i v, . !
Will l'l IUI, JltW IIVIFT: llil4 il.l l' I ' 1 1 Itro I . . . .
to sufferers from rheumatic pains. ! VISIt our neN.v service station,
It is not a patent m di. ine, but wa.s J where at all times will be extend
originally prepared by Mr. Dundon i ed tire service supreme service
for his own ie with such bem fkdal j jn kcep;ng vvith the high quality
results that he is now offering it to f r-.
the public. Priced $1. It nuy a!?o Iajo" llr"; ,
be obtained by mail from the I.andon j Our New T ear s Greeting is
lru Co., t?outh Dend. The Frumas , that we may all prosper as we
stores are at the following conveni-' tnr.tk.
Joseph F.' Przybysz, Manager,
220 S. Lafayette Blvd.
h 1 1
1PJÖ V. DIVISION ST.
Today'? Progr.im Arrow Presents
"Ä R30?äOM TO ADJOURN"
Saturday Evening P.-.-t ftory by IV iter P. Kyne. A Den Wilson
production, starring M ujo.-.r D.uv and Hoy Stewart. Also
The World' tiif.iu.-t sen--!! show
"IN THE DAYS OF BUFFALO BILL"
With Art Accrd and th yr-ate.-t cas'
Polin Cormtly. Ion't ms th:
January 2, 9 O'clock
ODDS AND ENDS
See Our Big Ad
on Page 5
BINDERS STOCK RECORDS
"Start the New Year Right"
Install a Loose-Leaf Svstem
We Have a Most Complete Stock
uiue Hii sei
119 W. Washington Aw
Phone Main 949
we made a prom
ise to the public.
That promise was
to make a butter
under the name
- that you might
count on and buy
or doubt of high
We have fulfilled that
promise to the letter. We
are proud to place our
name on a carton of
"Pleasant Vallev" butter
because we know it is
We will continue to
merit your' confidence
during the New Year.
Creamery Products Corporation
Chumers of Pleasant Valley Butter.
A Local Enterprise.
At the threshold of the New
Year we stand .grateful for
your patronage of the past,
and in the happy spirit of the
season we tender
en Michigan at Washington
THE STOKE FOR MEN AND
Edwards fron Works
gut oik riucu
Keinforvlng. CuanneLi. i Beam
fill f. MA1.V T. if. 2'U
117 South Mlchlswi It
Correct Apparel for Women
It is with the most sincere good-will
that we extend to our many friends and
customers our best uisltes for the New
Year, Nineteen tiventy!hree.
At tlie same time we icisli to offer
our hearty thanks for the loyal support
which has been tendered us during the
The Frances Shop
The Frances Shop
flTH Hearty Greetings and Sincere
Good Wishes for your Happiness
and Prosperity during all the New
Year, we express our appreciation for
the courtesies you have extended to u
in the past.
''every inch a clothing: store9
& Southern Michigan
EFFECTIVE SEPT. 2. 19:?
Subject to cbanjre witbout roiic?
traics leaving ioutii DeJ. IcJ'.aaa.
i5:S a.ra. 5:lä a.ni
8 : a in.
30 :( a m.
32 ) noon
2 :) pan.
ai p m.
5:05 s m.
7 :) a.m.
x'j :ftO a m.
10 :iO a m.
12 :t aooa
1 0 p m.
x3) p m.
4 : p.m.
:0 p m.
eo p m.
( . p EI.
11 .-OJ p m.
tDaliy x-re?t Sunday.
J. 6. ilOOUE, C. T. 4, F. A.
6ath iJod. Ind.
7:) a ia
h : a m.
0 :') a.m.
10 a m.
11 .-no a m.
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rT'HAT 'vve will offer to the people of South
Bend the highest class electrical goods obtain
able and especially electric lighting fixtures at
the lowest possible prices
ry HAT we will give the best possible service we
can render, and exert the greatest care with
all electrical jobs, whether they be large or small;
THAT we will endeavor to do our part in mak
ing the entire year a happy one for you.
Keim Electric Co.
Dan R: Lontz Coal Co.
S. C Lontz & Sons
E. Colfax Av. Main 74
"Let Us Wire Your Home"
Phohe Main 1908 521 E. Jefferson Blvd.
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