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SUNDAY, bECEMBER 31, 1922
THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES
POPE AND ITALY
AFTER LONG FEUD
Vatican Submit? Term for
Peace to Government -Pius
Hy tT.nn.MO I MAM I L
(I. N. S. SinIT C"orn-winf.Irnt.)
HOMK, Dc . : - -
N sot: t!ora ;
i r a rccn'I!',,-i'n I t f ' "!
It 1 1 ; .1 n .vtate nd the .f.ia;j ha -- J T,
r ache I th -t;!-re w h-r'. .'total.
tfrrjii hl'.u s'':: r"''!" It
li'.iT.f'l in nfT-.rirtl r:rri- tr-Iiy.
The ccr.'iüir.r l n j - ; 1 hy t!
rit.c-in v. ti r.'jii.i.p l a f-iilr'.va:
1. Tafal .ct. r . ,t t y .'i.H.l 1
r,,!,'Sni2M cvr tiu- j riia-f in the
Vatican triniT r.r.'l at Villa ! j
t.'andolfo w.11 a; ct.icr Luiljln-T j
which hive Th prol-Tty uf i
the church .'-" r r-r.t'iii'.. ;
I'. Por i I'i':.? XI. sh'tli rf no'Ji.c-j
nl! cth?r territorial fbain... but. wJH ;
rrrj-jf.i an annuity of 2.200 o hru.
which ha'. bfon a standing (,rffr fr":n !
tho Italian nvrn-ner.t .ir.c- 1 " : . ;
3- The Vatican rrqu:.? thai t he .
r.jrreeraT.t. if ratific-.l. shall L com-
niunica;ca to ai loremn Kuv.ru-
r-.ents toothr with guarantees rf
the ir.depender.'" of the church.
Th movoTiT.t for recor.-.liat!on
xne u;.r;in anu -u.r.iM. n-s
taken l'-.':i;.te form sir.re th crri-
. 1 . ' I . 1 I.
inn r.t t'm I. 1 .- I i'-v r n m ' r i
4iwlt tli i..-t' t p '.,.,
lifaded bv I'rc;n;'T .Mu'ilinl.
IV o J ; 1 s
! fri v r. b!e to
v.rd-? Ü:j propra 1.? ar.d :'l th, tlti;1'
ff Iii- a.c"sion to :h ;apal tlvrcne
last year it w,w reported that f-f:-of
the first o:!lr!al actions of ti;"
I a pal government would be to make
;tn offer to t!i ItaUm sovrrnmer.t.
THUGS IN OHIO
TTXTP DTflTT TT Ä TTT
Iii A K K K In HA h1
Fivc Armed Bandits IToM Up
Plants in Cleveland and
Icape With 2 1,750.
CTKVMIaV.NT). . I)er. 20 Work-I
in with lifThtnin- s-pd. nv armed """" il rt-urnuiuun im..... u,-
!,,,, ;, v,. .m ,,r;. '''r iniions acroed to take over the
:.and;ts 4.th:n an hour th'.H nH)rn;r.ul ,
1 , i . . ' Iiii.incin' of the paper. Hamilton
hoid irr two i-iant-i in f rifnnitta 1 . . .
Part ,f th city and e-capl v;ilhTo h:ul wo fcme on t'1"
approximately $2.7:0 in a,h. Northr ifTo paper, took over the
Ar -.r,t...-:r-- Ihn r.ff ,. ,.f Oif I ' "itorship.
Ff rry ('.i) and S'l Sniv Co. hort-j
ly after T V:c k. holdintr m 20
clrk-, and, hnvel'.ins? nearly 2(,
000 into a valise, they osH-;ipel in an
automobile inl a f minuter 3 it-r
liCi-J up anl r.'!.b-l tho piyni.-ter
of tho Ohio r.uiek Co., taking a j.ay
rjli of i7,4T,0 ;ind an autorr.ob.Px
lirarlns Ohio lirerve .'H3 and t-s-
Police- flying .'iuairor.a aro search
ing every road and alarms hav been
sent out to all surrounding tili--,
but polico b'.ieve that tho bandits
arc tili in tli city.
6-DAY GOOSE DIET
PALLS ON PALATES
Atlanta Man (iven Six Davs to
Eat Up Noisy Floek That
ATT.ANTA. Ib .10. Lou is I'a
ri!i prided himself on a larpe and
noiiy Hock of pres but Lui:"."
ndpliitrs didn't sern to are pir
ticularly for their -voeal efforts and
complaiip d to the police.
The poMc called on Tazoll and j Workers are not huyincr it in Mif
infonnej him that the keeping otif,ri,.nl n., nil. eis to make it self-
prf-se onfi!c;cd wit'i certain ordi
nances of tile eily of Atlanta, and
therefore yomcthinir must b done
Pazoll, nothing ir not a law-a"!'.!-lr.
citizen, il.-ivid that h.atevr
tliey supjres'ed in th premi.-e.s
would be doi.e. especially after the.hriV(, ,,0 d lUy vot0O jn the press. -a.-:in-,'
re.-, no-r, wh;eh is c.-o-iaj --jj -.vouid mean the nmnufa.-ture
for tolie j'iib:e. had told him thit,,f , pir.ion hostile to Labor by t. e
h mu-t p y a tin-' for th;s vädation j ..pjonaire press.
of the city cde. j ..,n , n,, now v ho ks chif pro-
Pa-o'.i was. in the parlance of tho j prtur ' of the Daily Mail? Lord
street, "up attair.s: it." f othennere. with Iiis 10 million--.
It was a cinch that lie couldn't : ts.. 'r,. Mr da cob Ast or. with
cat atl of t)r oesc in a day.
It was a copp-r-rivete.l fact that!
he run! in t th.em, be
a: s" t :p"- ;
were n.'i pu rcna vers.
T'inally h? had a real d.M.
He avouM rat the c-et-e.
'i"n po'.i .-e wer.- t as or.a ar. i
sr.m't ,1 h:n pTM vvon . o cit the
;'orif. ,-'. li.sy-? :?it'v r;intd luni
to fa :;,) the ,.ic!; tt.- da.
n t'i Hist day thine were love
ly. T'.O I-7 .lie l.'0'-'vft. Th.e
n rr. l.Ty
::i-. :v. cat:
ijoit'jit frio.i the rtc
oa Wednr.lav ait
wa.-n t Sit
Sunday culirtar.' rcü.i :m -1 its
heatl in the p izll house'.!.-.'..: --h'.;t
St. 11 the I':'.' '.s .C" e ittir i.'o.-c.
a -at Id::
c . 1 1 -
C OVER N IENT ANSWER S
SHIP OWNhTxS' PLEA
WAS i f I Nt 1 T v N . I-. ? '(!: C
1.) Dc larir-- that tlte c -::t',;t:'"n .
of th' Ci.ite.I Statt s ".ar.r.- t be
mil- to rr.form o hn ,h.pp
r iru'.atier.s r.f re.r. italic:.-' th"
C.vf ri'.nar.t t .1 iy I ;n
prenti c ;rt . :.- .1 :. a . to
broue'..,. ; y f. i 'i .l:.;-''
.r a'de the 1 1 1. - c y ruh
lb. e Ma-
por:a!:c:t if la
;h Alio ;
rim: in j M K)vii.Li:
r. e half
..!. f t:
. o u a re wrre
1 Iiro w
.-t.tr. a ted a:
s--r.ou.ly. t y
, T- a '
o n ?
H a : :
;!.- ! to
. r tl : t
fi'c coMrorvpnt c i:ti:i:i.y.
r.r th--- pa-: -' yrirs Trie Itu.'.l
ir.' ..:-.d L"an Av---. cl-.n ..f S cith
I :.- 1 ha? never paid Ks-s
I ' Mi ,
?.! -.j.ev. War Sa.:.-'s S'.:t a.-.d
I ton. Is j
Ja? . i.-y
e i W
1 o : h tlr.i-A- ear:i.r. :
J . r.u i -y
Surplus ." ' o . : 1 . W.
Hilton Ae. K. M. !;.' :.. T
1 I 1
. e .v
Y' a r
Work of Railway
'!!H".0. re By J. N. S. j
i ;'.rn V.. Hoojrr, rhairrnar. -f the j
jh":u:l K:.atr railroad labor board.
t-day ir"f a .sta t"nif r r-vl'vins
h wori: r.f the lahor board fdnco
: nc -t ; ,n. Mr. Ifcf.pcr sail h- ha-i
, !"ir.c to two coniu ions:
j I Thrt board' deL-;or.s have
n?;"''ti-l to a d'sree that is
!r'n;'irta''' in v;ev of tho KTrtt
!nur:.hT of dfi'l'H r 1 th trying
f.r.- ; nettled r"rrl through which
-Th nfor'-'. -iV-ihtv f th (U-r!-
1 r any tribunal
rr.ihir JurisfJi' V;
l 'M 111 1 ' i ' I 'J t 1 i!
rirhti ( f Th- Ioy--i than for any
proTl, Ar.ril 1.". KOO. to Drc. 13.
152, th full T'ri'r '? tho board's
operation.?. 11.U4 nrutM questions
tions r-r rf rrr'-tr to it. Of
:h, 2.2 1 1 h ivo bcn flLsposI of.
Ir .;.,(. t(al r.::mvr of dN-putr,,. 0C1
ror,rh the rta-tus of regularly
Koorf-r niV that on class on?
rr ,;uU th rc haVe orcurrp.I C 1 C;.-3
,. ; :ch th hoar1 hls f0rrna:iy ht!i
th;!t its dccLs?on,s hav bc-n violated.
-Thr.ro Hav, v..r, nr. vitUn
t!:e board's d-rLIori3 by employes,"
h KaM. "unloss the shop striko and
th MiKiouri and North Arkansas
F;:rik(. shoubl h, so accounteJ."
Lahor Paper Makes Appeal to
Working People to Give
It Support. .
I-ON"rON. . Dec. CO. Though the
ibor i,art' has won a Rrcat rc-
ment in prospect, it 1 finding the
greatest dlfllcurty in kecpin? it3 cr
'in, the Ixilly Herald, out of trou-
The Iai'v ITeraM is T-ibor'. only
I'lpcr in Jnlar.'l, and its vlcisi-
t 1 . 1 1. r. Ia..m . r - I a . i r t 1 '
i 'l .1 cjlllt" 1 11 ill i, 3 t.llL LH iiii
th - l,!.'r juiper. but now it is a?rain
in ili'.Iirul i'-s. and ro wvpaper pul-
lis'aers are wohderin' whether it
will cvrp h i)osilii to ii:hl!sh
Mi'.Tc?.-ful labor ap.r in Kngkand.
Kyf.- i- m.-ikinic -t 1 eyjieriite ap
I'-al to the lai'orir people to Mip-
Mrt "tlieir paper." and in doin :o
is -bitterly attaekin-r the "million
aire" ownership of the other Lon-
ilnn p. i per.-1.
"Norman Aneell i the man who
pre lic;p-d srvnl years !eforo tlie
war ani that if we v re foolish
enough to let it tome it wouli do
.1? rmi'-n iiarm to in vicrora as n j
the vati'itiiished." I'yfe .said, in ap-J
peilimr for aid for rn? paper.
onts have "proved that h- wa.s
irt. If only we had taken hi
word for it!
'Iteeentlv Norman Anteil wmt
U r.tti. book t show how necc..--ary
it is for the labor movement to liav
i.cwsj'ap' rs of its own. Without
them, he my.-; it can never hope to
he .uevessf ul.
"At present Ltbnr has ore news
paper, t!ie Daily Herald. This be-lotisj-s
to the l.ib'ir movement. It is
run for no miliior.airc's benefit, as
other newi-papers are. It is run for
the benefit of the worker?. Yet the
"It mut have- a circulation o(
V. ilf a million or it -will cease irjbü
cation. What would that mean?
"It would mean that Libor would
2i millions. The Daily 1a-
Lord Ite.i verbrook. milllon
riie Pally New The Cad-
'.iy. a family f mHiioraires.
T ' Ua.ly ( iiror.c!--? A protip of
: :::!on air; s. The Daily Sketch? Sir
i: ward HultiMi, millionaire.
Poor rcope's 1th.
"T'lice are Ijor. Ion newsjvapcrs.
The r.'-w.-ivapers all o.r t!ie coun
try arc much the wie. A" are
u r.f.l ley rieh i"'i;!i' who are artx-
protc c .
h oroV.o'.-? inter-
, e . , j
'io',.-'i.i'ht wh!"h is
i:Vvioi:s to protect ;.o .r pcop4e s
:n the Daily HeraJd.
"Now. what are j on peine; to da
ah.ut :tM Are yet taking it? Itj
rot. .-.r.l.-r it at oi.o-v if you are aj
i e nler. arc you re omm.o'.di:-.? i -j
your flic::. is and w orkutatct? !"-(
'o-vj the Dilly Herihl can double its.
c: or: '.tion and becctite self-support-:n.r
it will cease publication.
"Th-'n the rich tuen will hno It ',
it a n u ay 1
punt let it i-abl of N'i'i'i;: .:
An:::i that twice
.nd twice b.e was unhee-Uii!"
POLICE THINK WOMAN
KILLED HER 1 1 IS RAN I)
l(WA CITY. la.. IV--. "'V (l'y I.
N. . llu'K'i t I.i-ar. 4. pon-:n-1-.
v of r.oy T. Werz. w-ho was found
sht ti de.ith in h: home here, in
jii; tc day cb.a:v i w th ro.urdt r.
,,.-!ifr's :ut. - t follow-1 a coroner'
i-opo-t ;;:'o V.-r:z icath. which
last, d until o'clo k th.s morr.:r.?.
Vrtz wife, ho i - believed bv
: ... p, ta have !;r.e h nttnl
t r, is in a ho-pltd suffer;!'.
t:a.m a i:.-rvoti- I reakd.own. It 1
liexed l.keiy t
at she too w;;; tj
The IC.i of Wert 2. it was testl
.1. f.o'owe.! a T'arr! between
rtz. iii w an 1 I. eper.
It is expe . ted Lt epe
i v l.
KILLED IN EIGHT
CHICAGO. I. c 0. Ja. k SpeS..
;: n e.-,ap"d c nv;ct. was shot and
kiII. I. and b "paP Illchar.l i'.-h-'
b-.. wh' al-o had fb d the Jol'.et
h i."r t.'.ito. as v.'ouno. ed ;n a de--;
era to 1 ntti" tcduy r.ath a iua-.' of
j 1 , lo tion who t!rr"'.i r'.!d a west
I -'lie reminc h.eue r. which the
I i .or.:' ; j v. aa- lr. 1 ' '
Gii'I Victim of Crash
r4''v''':. ..-i.' .,.e Asy. ' i' vf.
E' v f.r ;';: i
iluth Vantce, 24, daughter of Mr. ami Mrs. Jamea Vantce of Warsaw,
Ind., who was killed in the Lafayette blvd., taxi-train crash early Satur
THREE ARE KILLED
AS FAST FREIGHT
Party Peturninp; From Kunga-
h)W Inn Run Down at La
fayette St. Crossing.
Thrre person were killed, two al
most instantly, when an automobile
in which they were occupants was
struck by a fast freight train at the
Lafayette Mvd. crossing of tho New
York Central railroad tracks at 1:30
inr. The dead
manager o t
cial hotel, 119
X. Main st.
ney, C4, taxi
driver, 317 K.
tce. IM, 517
IL Monroe st.
to the Ep
worth h o s -pital
c h e died
on the oper
ating t.a 1 1 e.
Hones In both
arm 9 and a
le? were bro
ken and 5kull
of the two
T V .:
-v ' JOt.
v. , y . ---V a;
m en were
;ii;nky. found 100 ft.
east of the -rosslnT. ltu'liens'tcin
had a fractare-l i-kull. (Iihney'3 neck
Tlie party were driving north on
Lafa;. ette blvd.. returnin-r from the
"l;un-alrw Inn" where (Jibney had
been (al!(d to carry Sandwiches
from a downtown restaurant. The
Y.mtcc woman, rootrdn with Gibney
and his wife nt the Monroe st. ad
::.$:.'v:'.'i ilwvÄi?; t stein went
a I o n p.
G I hnoy
m a i n t a i n -
in front o!
Si hotel, f-r
v. .-y. - :. : ..; :;:
tel. The pr
1 i c e am
1 u 1 a n ce
by a cit:-
a w !i o
I M nil,!...
Ki ihnm;in. iiecrs L;s-
ko.-si. Taoiander and LaFortune
nnser-l and except for statements
freoo rne-nbers of t'ae train crew,
ould rain no information as to th.e
ca'iso of the arc. dent. Tiie citizen
who called the po'hco ii said to have
explained that he heard a crash, a
woman's scream and the thundering
roar of the pa-.n? freight. There
wer no witnees, the jolie sty.
The automobile, a Haynes touring
ear, wtas struck pquarely in the mii
dle. it I.- believe,!. The car was de-
Girl Ioni Warsaw.
Tieres of the car were found
strew n for a srreat distance upon
the railroad rl.cht-of-w ay.
The bodies of the two men were
removed to the Kreiphbaum unuer
Jertak.:'. parlor;. Later the wornan.
ei:'i'Ut! "oiner to her injuries at the
hospital, was removed to the same
The train was a double-header,
ni.tnird by Engineers John Hayes
and Charles Sktybau;rh and Conduc
tor Walter WUerd-'n. Hayes, p.t the
throttle of th "ne.id engine, stated
lr1 Kbv the automobile. pa-in ahead
.of the train an ir.t.ant bef.-re the
i-ra.a. When the polite arrive. 1 th'
trainmen were gathered about th?
M: h Vantce. better known in
South Herd as petty Moore, came
here in October from I'eru. Tr.d. Tbir-
;'t ., :: ?A1.
v.;..,..,;-VivV:;. ' V " '
. . . -v
- :-r:-. : -tv
ir.g- the past two weeks fhe made her
residenco with Mr. and. Mrs. Ilex
Gibney, LI 7 L. Monroo st. She is
sunaved by her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. James Vantce of Warsaw, Ind..
and fevtTal brothers and .sisters, all
of whm, but onei, live with the par
ents. She pad a brother, Judpe. who
is in tho navy, .stationed at Hamil
The i-ls father was notified and
is exported this afternoon, to re-
mov. the body to AV.irsaw for !ur-
Hubenstein, idnro the purchase of
the old Nickel hotel by his cousin,
Carl Ko-enbloom, Indiana Harbor.
Ind., four months as, lias managed
the hostelry, now known as the Com
mercial hotel. IILs brother. Sam, ar
rived hero from Cleveland, tho home
of tho llubenste-in family, l-'riday.
The body will probably be removed
to Cleveland for burial.
Gibney is survived by a bride, of
threo months, Margaret, and leaves
a mother and father living in Akron,
O. Gibney ha-s t?en living here the
past five yea f. Funeral arranpe
tnonts have not yet been completed.
The accident, which will probably
crystal ize .entimcnt for immediate
renewal of the city's track elevation
program, i? exphalned bj' the fact
that the croisinfT watchmen leave
their post about midnisht and at
the time of the accident, thero was
no one in charge of the gates.
The train was a through freight
and M understood to customarily
pas'3 throuph the city at a speed of
from 4 0 to 3 0 miles an hour.
LEAPS TO DEATH
31 a n Jumps Erom
i Room on Sixth Floor of
DLTItOIT. Dec. 30 James Cun
Ilffe. ae 2L Richmond HilL-s. N Y..
a elruir salesman, Jumped to death
from a window of a room on tho
.ixth floor of tho Hotel Tuller early
today. He came he-ro to attend a
mooting of cm ploy cm of
"I am belns framed,"
liffe'rf call found hint en
n id era My
excited and maintaining he was the
victim cf persons who wished to
With him were Joe r,r!!rr ami
Dousrki Mrl'ivin. a representative
of th Xal com-pany.
"We'll quiet him down," ItrisrbT
and McKlvin told police. The d---tectivea
then left. A little more than
ro hour later word came to po
lice that a man had jumpl from a
window at tho Tuller. It was Cun
liffc. WOMAN AND CHILDREN
DIE FROM GAS FUMES
SYRACUSE; N. Y.. De. 3 0 A
mother nni her four children were
found dead their heno by lo-r
hu.-vand early today. iVath ni
caused l'V gas poisoivn?. The dead:
Mr.-1. Kathertntj Ril.y Simoio.. aite
Mary Elizabeth Slntor.e. ae 11.
Jrhr. Simone, acre S
Wittiojn Sinionv, aito I.
Simone, compb'ic'.y unialar.ced by
the tracedv. was taken to the
1 's Vh v pat k i e h cv 1 1 a 1 .
IS BADLY BEATEN
MICiriCAN CITY. Dee. CO Ills
h ad N'.dly cut an i h.s fate beaten
and scratched. Arthur Lynn of Kal
amazoo. Mich., wan found by polio
here in an automobile. When found
ho was In a state of femi-delirium,
and unable to give a connected
.-"il'l;, lir Jl.lH li'MI I'-.tLt II, i.v -.1 . .i,
by unkn-wn men. Po'.tco are in
6rr coMrorxDiT) gr.iiTi:nLY.
Eor the past 40 years The Build
ing1 and Loan Association of South
BenJ has never paid less than
1 Money, War Savings Stanrps and
Bonds placed with us on or before
I January 10th draw earnings from
j January 3t. Authorized capital
J .".("'. i.C 0.0 v. As.-ets $ l.T".0,OMit.OO.
Surplus $00.000.00. 21; W. Wa. h
inton Ave. F. M. Boone. Trea?.
Happy New Year- B. B. Clc: n-
1 -Hk X At" . "
-'r -- -
How a Woe Iloj Droiiirlit Peace to
.Munlcrou'. Missouri Hilltmui.
"Hey. stranger!" A thin voice
called prcscier.tly from the foot of
a rocky bluff. Then it repeated:
"Hey. stranger! You'n.s dassent go
cn further. Briar Creek briijc'
done carried away!"
Jabe Breathwaite continued on
hl vay, the riin beating him mer-ci'.e.ss-ly
'twas imi'Oi-.-iblo to hear the
warning voice in the heavy down
pour, and the sloshing of his Ug
booted feet in the red mud prevent
ed ordinary snunds from rctiching
him. Eor hours, despite the rain,
tlie hillman had continued bis jour
ney. Exposure which wouid have
chilled another man to tho bone
teemed but to add fuel to ;ho f.rc
raging within him.
A little figure, snkd to the skin,
emerged from a skelter along the
hlufbs skirting the road and strove
sturdily to overtake Breathwaite.
E'en in the darkne.- the Gj- cou.U
5co that tlie lone Tedestrian wan
tall, extremely broad of f-houklers,
and that he muttered to himself.
"Stranger!" Tlie boy at laat over
took him and jerked at hl3 coat
"S-t-r-a-n-g-e-r!" he shrilled. The
biff man stopped, turned, and his
cold gray eyes scowded down Into
tho face of a boy of 10.
"Wal. young'un. wat's all this hyar
fusFi erbout?" queried Breathwalto
wrathfully nt the youngster's effort
to attract his attention. "Calnt a
man travel in the hills 'thout fome
kid taggin at his coat tails? Why,
kid. ycu'ns air half drowned! Gl:
back outen tho rain! I'm In a hur
ry." "You'ns caint go no further!" the
boy almost screamed. "Briar Creek
bridge's wasl.ed away, and the
crock's all over tho cotint-y. You'ns
weuld je.st walk into hit and drown!"
A moment later both w-ere under
the cliff, where Rrcathw.iito FcruU-
nize!, closely the 111110 eyed boy at his
side and wondered why ho was out In
tlie storm. Jabe asked few eiue-s-tlcms-.
The fire of wrath within him
seemed to pain fuel the turn of
events forced a delay in his plans.
Still the boy's presence 5hot certain
thoughts into his mind, and finally
speech came from him pruclcing-ly.
"Xnme?" queried the mountain
eer. 'Dave." was the quick response.
Then tho little fellow e lged clever
to the big man f c r warmth. I'or
an instant Breathwaite made an ef
fort to draw away, but the- limits
of tlieir shelter, sheer rock and a
protruding- ledge for roof, prevented
it. He felt. too. that the little body
wai warm. His big hands clasped
tho boy's. Eor some ronton it gavo
him pleasure, and suddenly, con
firmed bachelor that ho was, lie
was seized with longing for a boy
just like this one.
"Wal. Dave," he questioned hoarse
ly, "what brought you'ns outen the
rain? 'Taint no placo for a kid
Iikm you "
"I jest wanted to save a man," th?
"To save a man? How's that.
nv"V the mountaineer asked quick
ly. "Didn't I tell you'ns Briar Creek's
up?" he shouted, so his word.s might
carry to his listener. The noi.se of
tho storm was now at its height.
"IV, n't you'ns see if I hadn't been
lure you'ns would a walked into ole
Briar Creek and drowned? I was
over at Grandpop Rawley's when
this hyar cloudburst cam. I rtartod
"Grandpop Kaw'cy!" jrasped tlie
mountaineer, his face hardening
suddenly "You'ns haint a Bawlcy,
".shor5!" retorted the boy proud
ly, putting his hand on the big
man's shoulder. A moment later it
.slipped around his neck.
Breathwaite was too startled for
speech. A Bawlcy here! The child
of the man he had traveled far to
kill! The Breathwaite and Baw
lcy feud had been a bitter one. only
two of its participants were left
J he and the father of tho boy at his
side. Just a few days before he had
learned of tho meeting of the boy's
uncle p.nd E.reathw aite's nephew in
the hills. Two shut? an 1 two hill
men were dead. He wap the m.'o
Brealrtwaite left, and raging at the
ou'eomo of this last encounter he
had left his lono shanty amid the
pines to exterminate the last man
of 1 law ley biood.
"Don't serm to like the Bawl-y?"
Tho boy broke the sudden fllo.oco.
Then without a tremor: "Why?"
"Oh. nethin'l" The big mountain
eer uttered the words hoarsely, aft
er controlling the seething caldron
within "Jest nothin'. Don't sc-;
! the sn.'-e of voun? oaten this
weather. Why. a kid liken you!
Dil von cone jest as yo-j said'."'
"Ye. and fur m. re." ho admitted.
"I wanted to meet a man."
"Whv. hoy?" gruffly demanicd
the hilhnan. a the warm impress
( f the wmill hand began to be felt.
.Tab'- Hreathwaite." the little fcl-
lo v repl: d. r.ot noticing tho tremor
th-t " ir'.e.l h; companion. " 'Xd
what's more, I'm a goln' to stny till
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bey in his arm-
ly to o.k
covet e .l
wIJi his waterproof coat. His pres
sure wa.s strong- but tender. Thos
blue eyrs rad.ated only honesty and
dcterminati(n. "Toil mo, D-vy, all
about it." he stammered. " What's
the trouble, nd evc-ryihirig."
"Hit'.s je.': this way," the boy he
ran. "We'urs wuz all vore at
Griindpojt's when samahtin 'bout a
killin' comes up. (Irar.dpop 'lowtvl
that my P. ) .1ut h. a.l :o p.. out 'ad
kill Jabe Breathwaite- .,n s.uiit. Bop
up and says all this hyar f ad buU
r.es.s v.-uz nonsense, 'nl r.s fur lie
wuz concerned Jabe- wuz r.o enemy
of his'n, 'm' he wuzent iroin to kill
him, or har.n a lia:r of his haid jeit
"car.se a passel of relatives wuz al
lers fishtin" "
"And then what?" ir.termpated
the wet traveler.
"Oh, Bop wuz s-t-t;-b-b-o-r-n a
could be. lie 'lowed lie wouldn't
harm a hair of Jal es haid. If Jabe
wanted to kill him he could go
aheael. but he wuzent pain' to try
to bresh Jabe. Then rjrandpep up
and Fays he heerd Jabe had lit cut
an" wuz after Pop now. Then the
cloudburst cum. and I lit out to find
Breathwaite where I knew he'd
"Keep on talkln. Davy! Keep on
taikin'!" Breathwaite urged in a
"Wal. I run an' run." the boy
continued, "till I cum to ole Ilnar.
Then I see what'd happened. Ole
Briar had carried away the bridre.
I first thought of askin Jabo not
to kill Pop. Then when It gnt dark
another thftuqht cum. I .iest had
to run back an' tell Jabe he'd shore
drown if h started fur o!e Brh.r,
'cause he couldn't see his way. Now-.
mister. 1 jest gotta get nut an' head
off Jabe Breathwaite!"
For a moment the powerful moun
taineer held a struggling boy in his
arms. "D-o-n-'-t kick, Davy!"' lie
F.ihi, aimos: choking. "Don't kick.
"We caint any longer, Davy!" he
whispered as he kissed the tired
boy's forehead. "We're f;c!n riKht
up to your Pappy's an tell him Jab-
Breathwaite says there hain't r.o
Then, as sorn as he felt the boy
on longer lesistcd, he covered k:m
closer in h:.s coat and carried him
out Into the black night.
KXDS OWN LTFIi
BOSTON'. Mass., Dec. 30 Boaref
man Hall, well known corporation
and former Boston public oflicial.
shot himself to death at his home
hero today. Ill health was given as
f,?r roMPor.Di-:i qii:tkrlS
Bor the past 4 0 ; eruas the Build
ing and Boan Association of South
Bend lias never paid Iofs than
percent, money. War Savinirs stamps
and IJonds. placed with us on or be
fore January 10 draw earnings from
January 1. Authorized capital
000. 000. Assets $1,750,000. Sur
2 IG. W. Washington ave., I M.
Bccne, treasurer. Advt. r,0ö.-tf.
Happy Xew Year B. B. Clean
ers. Advt. cor.
Bumsteads Worm Syrup
"To children rd sngrl of mercy." Where
directions are followed, IT NKYKKj
1'AII.S. Ieplte icurrity and enormous
rot of SANTONIN, It contains full l.e.
too.l tkixty j ears' test. Sold everywhere
or by mail, MV a bottle.
Kt. C. A. Voorhee?.. M. P.. Philadelphia, j
January 2, 9 O'clock
ODDS AND ENDS
See: Our Big Ad
on Page 5
y a . l i e"v. r
n a riu -
U. S. OFFICIALS
ASK JURY PROBE
OF JUNK BUYERS
Chargc Conspiracy to Cheat
Government in Buying
BY W. H. ATKINS,
(I. N. S. Staff l'rTesjxndcnt.)
WASIIINCTeW", D.v .".a. Charges
that junk d
s tn a number of ctt
i-'-s had consrirel to cheat the p ov
er r. me nt, in buying war surplus sup-
plo ;.'. auvtion sales, will laid
b fore grand jitrie-s as bas;."? for in
ili -tments, ;t wax harne.l at the de
partment of Jus-joe today.
Tlie charges relate to purchaser
of different classes of materials left
ever after the war, and foM piec?
meal In auction sales over tho past
Irregularities In tho buying of
copper provides one chapter of what
'"oials tlescrlln as "a scandal.
Largo stocks of surplus cor per have
been parcelled out in various sales
to a comparativeh- small number
r.f junk dealers. Copper thus offered
hao been bournt at far below a fate
market price, according to Investi
gators. Junk dealers in many instances, lt
is alleged, have conspired together
so a-s to remove, the element of com
petition in auction and leave to a
single dealer the option of buying
in materials at his own price. The
price so raid allowed tho junk deal
ers to sell to manufacturers or re
finers at an enormous profit. Junk
(b alers, by so manipulating tho bid
dine at salens, havo deprived the rov-
All Can Keep
npHAT my Holidays were
J not all that they might
have been, due to the
fact that there was a lack of
music in the house. During
the year just beginning, I
shall see to it that my house
becomes a home by the ac
quisition of a player-piano or
Sonora phonograph, which
will be a source of diversion
and delight to all in the
And, furthermore, since I
have heard of the unusual
merits of the instruments and
of the reasonable terms, I
shall make it a point to go to
1 0 M
IT f X
JLilo K0o IL,
116 West Colfax Avenue
It Is Worth Your While to Know the Truth
THE WELL KNOWN SPECIALIST
BKA It IV MINI Whn y- j r deal.r.g v. tli to. ycu ar
dealing with a re.'iaMe, tablishi SPBCIAI.IST wha ha one
cf the best equippei offices and cr.e who will d'-al with you
honestly, ar.d not promise you nor" than he cm g.ve. A pca
itive 'diagnosis is what you want this I will she you.
r.irr ci inin
I am particularly anxiou ti har from rr.n ard wo-r.n wh-
have been treated by other phy.clar.s without receiving ar.y
Lenefital results or rrmannt cure.
Itupturc, Hernia, lales, ILtuLa, Yerlcocrle, IZnlarcl Veins
Kidney, Bladder and rthenmotJc Troubles.
These dlseasei are systemi: and re2i!y yi'A to my r?meli?s
Acute and Chronic Venereal I)ir.a rr Blerl Infections re
ceive daily attention and are permanently curM in th? i-hcrtes.
possible time. Thse dleises if aJl?"d r-:r. u :. h 1-. ! w.Il
lead to serious complication.. I imply want th opportunity of
showing every 5uffe-r:r.ff man and woman that I can r: thr.a
to health. My object is to teach men and women. thr.-e in mod
erate circumstances, where they can get the Lest and rr.c:
ekilful special treatment fcr en amount cf money they can
afford to pay.
If you are in need of skilled nervices po today Now Save
tirr." ant money and U1T V.'BBB.
NO PATIENTS CHARGED MORE THAN WHAT HE U
r;l.Al) AND WIBBINO TO PAY. CALL BOB FBIIB CON
SULTATION AND ADVICE.
HOt It 3 A. M. TO h V 'f q IAVS 9 A. M. TO 12 M.
Mi WI1ST WASHIN;iX AVE.. SOt'TII Iir.NI. IM.
err me r.t of many millicr rf d 11 irr.
To what extent dealers of v.ir.'iM
kinds may have ,;.-;-. '.'.an!;.- a-rarr'-l
non-corn rating aut: ;r. b :'. lr g in th
purcha'. n st of ",h-r rli of wir
nir.tr rial, trv:.l'i'!.r. sh-lppir.g b-.irt
supplies, is to '.-, th -.roui-'.ne-tlc.Tted.
it vt. lirnf 'l t. lav. Th
Inform Uian urr whi'h th-- r rr.
rn en t 1' no v. r r--c e r-Ai n c ! fx'.l to
b-ave been obt .".!: 1 by federal '.b
trict atto-r.ej-s in d iff" re r.t '.--.altticv
Coriea of centrro-?. by wh'."! It !
said to t c;ir there, wa. an !r.tr.t
to defraud ti e iroverr.ment. are In
cluded in evident whleh may !er
be laid beforo jrrand j-.;r;e?r.
POLICE PIT STOP TO
POISON PEN LETTERS
BOS ANGr.Td'. Ta! . Ic. SO
W.:h the arr-t of Car; C. Main..
th six riffs r ft;:-. w .rk nc in con
junction with f r a : .'trrerti !e
'.leve they havo o t' "polj.-n
pen" letters, which hae. rorrorizi
prominent f.lni fars recently. Ac -cording
to the rfTi,-ers. uch letters
wer. sent to M.ar Breves, ar !
other picture arrr.--.
.-Vs a rilt r.f th. letters, ?dt
PreA-ost i-s said ta have puffered a
n e rvo : s tcf i k 1 o-.v n .
Mains is charge! with fniirg
oh?e-n-s lite.-.-.-.ure throuch tho
ßr coMroi Nnr.n il'AIlTi:iILY.
For the past 41 ye.xrs The Build
ing and Ivoan As.-ewiatlor: af South
Bend has -never paid b--s than C '"-.
f iiipv War Slav!'- sI'tt-it nr. 1
j B.onds placed w-'.tli us cn or before
January K'th draw earnings from
I January 1st. Authored capital
? ä.O'-oi.coo.oo. Assets Jl.Tr.O.oeo.eo.
Surplus $:0,000.P0. 21S W. Wash
ington Ave. I M. boor.p. Treas.
Garment repairing B. B. Clean
ers. Alvt.l. tf.
; 1 1 mm mj-ynr
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