VITIXi:SI)AY, AUGUST 27, 1913.
THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES.
should be taught some trade In the
schools. Enough time should be
taken in taching this, he said, to
keep the student's Interest, but not
enough to make .he subject tiresome.
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IVPOKTE. Ind.. Aug. 27. Many of
the schools of today are turning out
mere advertising models for the Mk
clothing store, said W. A, McKeever
In talking to the teachers' Institute
here Tuesday. The subject of the
talks of Mr. McKeever Is vocational
training. He said that the school
teachers have been Inclined to teach
the, child that work is something dis
agreable. He saJd that the child
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TOOTH BIU'SHES. 10c and 25c.
Celluloid handles. Good enough for
a queen. Come in and see our big
stock. Coonley Drug Store. Advt.
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Colored cases $1.00 at Coonley Drug
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PHOTOGRAPHED OX THE SANDS AT NARRA
EADIWG IS BEST
Dr. F. H. Green in Lecture at
Teachers' Institute, Tells
What Books One Should
Read for Development.
STORY OF THE FLY IS
TOLD DURING SESSION
Dr. S. C. Schumucker Talks on
the Various Diseases Due to
Insect Institute is Best
i ooKman, was recommenuea as a
helpful book for one interested In
Talks on the Fly.
Dr. S. C. Schumucker delivered his
lecture In the afternoon on "The Story
of the Fly".
"Typhoid fever, summer complaint
and other diseases, he declared, are
due largely to the germ carrying pow
er of the fly. In recent years science
has revolutionized our attitude to
ward the fly. because of its distribu
tion of disease germs. The fly causes
more sickness and death than any
other member of the animal world."
SUNDAY, AUG. 31
Account German Alliance State of Indiana Conven
tion, via South Shore Lines. Good going Sunday on
all cars and Returning Monday.
Adults $1.00; children between the age of 5 and 12
years 50c for round trip.
For further information call Home Phone 6490;
For a medium plump figure this model is cleverly fQji)
designed to flatten the hips and back, giving them lTf V'j
the designed straight line ettect.
Elastic gores at back provide comfort in any posi
tion, while the slight number of bones over the hips,
avoiding pressure and discomfort, are a notable feature.
The bust is low and boning light.
The material is a light weight coutil, trimmed with
Come and See Us-
Geo. Wyman & Co.
LOCAL LODGE GETS
THE STATE HONORS
"Take a person, a book and a bit
of time, mix well and the product will
be a fine development." said Dr. I H.
Green in his lecture Tuesday after
noon at the county teachers institute
at the high school.
Dr. Green was talking on the sub
ject. "Ilecipes for Headers". He said
that in order for a teacher to know a
child's likes and dislikes in the realm
of books, the teacher must be well
acquainted with a number of condi
tions. To brintf out the conditions he
usked 2 number of questions. The
"What are some of the books you
have read this year?", "Which did
you like best?" "Why did you like
It?". "Have you over received a book
that you liked better? Name it".
"Have you ever read a book that you
did not like and why?", "Name some
of the books you like", "If you were
ever given money to buy a book that
you did not have, what book would
He called the following books the
most important English novels:
"Robinson Crusoe", by Daniel Defoe;
"Gulliver Travels", by Dean Swift;
"Clarissa Harlowc". by Samuel Rich
ardson; "Tom Jones", by Henry Field
ing; "Ivanhoe", by Sir Walter Scott:
'Henry Esmond". by Thackerav;
"David CoppertleM". by Dickens;
"Adam Rede", by George KUiot; "Jane
Eyre", by Charlotte Rronte; "Robert
Klsmere", by Mrs. Humphrey Ward;
"Last Pays of rompeii", by Lord Lyt
ton; "I-orna Doone", bv Richard
Rlackmore; "Vicar of Wakefield", by
Oliver Goldsmith; "Far from the
Madding Crowd", by Thomas Hardv;
"Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde", by Stev
enson; "Cloister and the Hearth", by
Charles Read; "The Woman in
White", by Wilkie Collins; "Lothair".
by Henjamin Disraeli; "The Right that
railed", by Kipling, and "The Egoist",
ty George Meredith.
"The Mystery of Rooks", by Harry
Crusade Lodge, No. 11, K. P., Secured
More Members Than Any
Crusade Lodge No. 14, of the
Knights of Pythias, received the state
prize for obtaining the largest in
crease In membership during the
past year, according to a notice re
ceived from the Grand lodge.
They will be presented with an
elaborate emblematic altar, which will
be installed in the lodge room. All
K. I. lodges In the state, having more
than 300 members, competed for the
C. E. Smoke the keeper of the seals
and records will be given a diamond
watch charm and Harvey Loehr will
be given a diamond engraved ring for
the part they took in assisting with
At the meeting Tuesday night the
third degree was conferred on one
candidate. A report will be turned in
by the building committee at the next
meeting of the results of their inves
tigation regarding the building propo
sition. It is hoped to get the plans
outlined by fall so that a site may be
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FORM A NEW BUILDING
AND LOAN ASSOCIATION
Company Incorporated at $250,000
Will Occupy Old St. Joseph
Count Rank Building
Announcement was made Tuesday
of the receipt of the charter for the
Indiana Ruilding and Loan associa
tion, a newly formed organization of
?outh Rend business men. The new
association will take quarters in the
old St. Joseph county savings bank
building at Main and Center streets.
The institution is capitalized at $250,
000. officers of the organization are as
follows.: L. I. Hardy, president; C.
H. Crabill, vice president; J. C.
Stover, secretary and manager; F. L.
Stedman. treasurer; F. M. Jackson, at
torney. The board of directors con
sist of r. W. Place. Marshal Hughes,
J. C. Edireworth, E. J. McErlain. Dr.
E. R. Dean. R. H. Kuss. Dr. 5?. L.
Kliner, F. W. Mueller, J. S. Robinson,
If you are a laboring man you should show the dig
nity and prosperity of the working man at his best. You
can do your part by looking your best. We'll be glad to
do our part for you by supplying you high-grade, stylish
clothing for yourself and family for as little money or
less than you can buy the same qualities elsewhere. The
difference is we make the paying easy $1.00 a week.
Ladies' New Fall Suits $14.75 up.
Men's Fall and Winter Suits $15.00 up.
Boys' School Suits $5.00 up.
Sweater Coats, Shoes and Hats.
1 12 E. Jefferson Blvd.
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peiiig Display 1 norrow
OMORROW you'll see here the first
complete and most immense showing of
hats for Fall 1913. They're fresh from the
shops of KNOX and there's such an array of
style and quality as you never before looked
upon; clever ideas and striking features in shapes;
rich new autumn colorings. We'll be glad to
have you come and see them try them on.
The Home of the Famous Knox Hats
ADVERTISE IN TIE NEWS-TIME
Polly and Her Pals
Copyright, 1913, International News Service.'
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