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FIRE DES NEWPORT'S LEADER AND THE GRAND DUKE SHE "LANDED." Grasp Ifcuc OppoHuniij o i BIG ELEVATOn to own the Famous Hoosicr Cabinet used and praised by SOOtOOO women Hrin nnH RnilHinn Vnliinrl of Ten Thousand Dollars Are i Burned Flames Envelope ; Structure' in 15 Minutes. iHE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES. r I !- -.V-.;. A Cabinet ucdl and praised by . w--- -j k Oi fWW SOO.OOO women 1 ipp felPBl ' t x V' K Ji-r o5r6V4E f 1 w J.Li - It-- I 1 AKH WALKERTOh I I I I rjrlal Corrrsj-ondence. VALKr.IlTON. Ind.. S. Ii'htnin Ftruck and 8t fire a a laiffo crain t levator owned Ly 13. I. Holr.cr Co. h-'To Sunday aftrrnoon at 4 ! o'clock, f-urninff the IjuIMintr ana conunis ;o me prouna, witn a ir,s3 of approxiniatr-ly $10,000. In spite rf the h roic ( fforts of the local hremon, !!a:n s s'.vept th; Kl g.intic buildinff and 15 minutes after thr-y v.ere r.r.t. cn they had wrap ped the building In a mass of fire. Firr wa.s y.'cn comlnpr from thn lower a r-art of the buildincr. and bo fore the f.r" department, consisting of a hand pwmp machlno with a ho cart, could rrach tho cene tho X'ames ore beyond control. A l..ro '-uan'tiry of rata, vhoat and rj'f" filled tho hullrtln t. the eav.-s. It was Impossible to wrest any part of the yrain from the Fmouldorint; find le'-iMTiCT l!;im(:s that spruns to a great hc-ipht Jn the nir. A Ior.tr line of car? filled with cral ppanned the Iike Krie &. Western tracks at tho side of th" f lovator. A continual Ftream of water kept thin ma.s flooded, preventing the vro rtartlnp In It. A threatened lumber yard was also saved by the energetic efforts or ho firemen. A corn crib and several frame buildings adjo'.ninr: the eitvtor were burned. The b Vr!ck enin room Is not lost. The rapine: ilamcM kept the workmen fr-m tf.'ttin i-ar th mass, anrl v.hn the hue bins f grain started lire it was impossible to quench them. The wr.-cked building wa? 'burnir.cr at a late hour Sunday r.iht, and it is thought that the smouldering ruins will cotlnue to burn for several days as it is Impossible to put out the firo In the fTraln. The machinery was completely ruined and is burled unnnr a mass of wreckage. The elevator was located some distance from the town and residence district, which was not threatened. L r . , . ::--':-.r . j - -;;' . vv, .4 v : ; t'v ' ' , ?,, I ' t, .y -- .- : :1V .:.:.. - ' x- . . . ? t- .1 i; - :.::': :.. ;v-:-.-..:vlr- ' . iv :....'; JV-:-:-: .: : v: ' V:-.:' J: ... ,;:,,. -: s : - i? V : ri V" : x": ; m.' ' J1 ' J r- r;:V.:!v.- x:V r- : -::: : J -tvN --ir: -' ' ;;,i,;,;,.K i ' "? r ' wwT j' Can Jiin This Hooseer GlMb i , . -::;:.:v TOBEiW FASHIO no t DULL So Asserts Marie Dressier Af ter SojGtirn at Newport, Which is Home of the Latest Modes. -y . i CZAR'S COUSIN AND MRS. JONS ASTOR. Tlio Grand Duke Alexander Mlch-lng fete of a most successful season, aelovltch, brother-in-law and cousinThere was quite a struggle among to the Czar of Russia, and Mrs. JohnNewporters for tho. honor of enter Astor, his American hostess, hecomctaining the grand duke, and It is con the most interesting figures at thesidered a big feather in Mrs. Astor's Newport horse show where the elltecap to have landed such a dk5tdn" of the country gathered In the crown-guish guest. P OPENED SATURDAY MORNING AT 8 O'CLOCK WITH AN EXHIBIT OF 100 NEW HOOSIERS. ItV MAIIY ISAIIKIj RRl'SH. NKW YORK, .Sept. S. "Why does the undercurrent pull so hard at Railey's Beach at Newport?" asked Marie Dressier. "IVcause the water is ho eager to j get back Into the ocean; it doesn't like the town," 1 replied. t "Neither do II" exclaimed Miss Dre.-lcr. "I felt just that way when I came to this, the world's most fah innabla . summer resort," sho con tinued. "I wanted to pull out again and let my little $2,300 contract go. "Fa.shlomJdeiiess a dullness. New port is the home of fashion. You can lish out the conclusion for vcurself. "It is one other thin;: besides fash-I ionable expensive. I paid $14 a day an ovation.' Vo slowed down. I thought I would express my apprecia tion, but when we turned to look around we found that they were kindly informing me that a-wheel was coming off of our machine. I ap preciated the courtesy from those ex clusive Newporttrs who never, never concern themselves with tho misfor tunes of any one outside their set. It was a great condescension. "The trouble about Newport Is, from my standpoint, that there Is too much fashion and not enough nature; too much cult, and not enough nat uralness; too much society and not enough neighborllness. "Give me the old-fashioned summer charms of trees and "hills and genuine friendliness." POLICE AFTER DRAMAS OF THE TENDERLOIN NEW YORK, Sept S. In an effort to prevent further performance of tho tenderloin dramas, "The Lure," and "Tho Fight," the police depart ment succeeded in having summones issued for William and Irene Harris, proprietors of the Hudson theater where "The Fight" Is playing, and for Lee Fhubert, manager of the Max- ir.e Klliott theater, where "The Lure" being produced. I his action was f i for room ami board and had to sisn friton fnibnrirnr o v-orT-t cMKwUtr.H tn extra for tho ice tea on account of tho I p0nco Commissioners Waldo by two lemon! j officers whom he sent to review the "At that rate what what would a playa which have evoked a storm of taxi come to by the hour . frf)m le ,n thQ cU ftnd ou will never knov. because they wh,M, hav bppn cnorr-iiv condemned havo none of the minor luxuries at aa havInK a i,ad influence on tho Newport. "If you want to drive from your t'oarding hou.-e down the back way to your M.ige vntrance, you pot a sixty horsepower, double-barreled touring car with a driv. r and a footman in liver . "I couldn't afford to take a maid to Newport, but I engaged one hy the minute, a native, and I asked her a few dtiultory questions regarding her character and tandiir. " 'My husban.' sh? saiil, 'is the first citir.en of Newport. He chimes the bells at Trinity, and they 4.ay he is the be-t whitewasher on the Island.' "When I went io Mrs. Fish's I, .said to her: 'See here, your rupremacy is gone.' Then I told her the story. It was Jim before her Mother Goose costume ball, which was the most fashionable event of the Newport sea M'li. and she, who is one of the few Newport women with a sene of humor, said: 'I'll hand n' cr my scep ter immediately'. "I know Mr.--, llerriman Oelrichs ami think she i3 a fine woman. She is attractive and so is her home. Mie is also interestinc. rut for mt of the people thev are as tiresome p.i tho Ocean Wive, which I couldn't wait to see. My husband and I grabbed a machine when we had been th:re an hour and start'.! out for the drio I had heard iuueh about. AV'eil. i you want to havo my ideas about it. 1 wouldn't live on it if you'd give m the urive. ing a oaa influence on audience. The proprietors of plan's indignantly deny that dramas are. immoral. both their came here Friday. Mr. Benson will be the principal at the high school for the coming year. Max Miranda was In South Bend Saturday. Miss Jeanetto Bell Is visiting rela tives in Garrett, Ind. Tho town board has purchased a street sweeper of D. W. Place for tho cleaning of the new pavement. Z. Rogers and C. ll. Miller were In South Bend Friday. The pupils of Miss Cora Belle Hlnes and Max Miranda gave a recital In the onera house. It was a success in all lines. ESr,cd Membership Only $L 3 Come early Monday morning, you and your j friends, for this final Hoosier Club offers the C . i - r x 1 i 1 last opportunity we can promise ror mourns xu j get this famous step-saving Hoosier Cabinet by paying only $1.00. We are only one of 4,000 Hoosier Agents who are opening these clubs under direct sup ervision the Hoosier Company. All through out the country agents are clamoring for Hoosiers to supply the big demand in their territories factory capacity is taxed. These cabinets are all we can get. Many of our regular customers already are waiting for the announcement of this clufi. it SAVED THE CAMERA. Mr. Heimerl, one of tho camera men for the American Film Mfg. Co., usually has the misfortune of getting the most difficult situations, but la al ways cool headed in the face of danger. A short time ago he figured In an explosion, paid to be the nearest a camera was ever-gotten to a blast, and while photographing the dash of a posse after a fugitive in "The Flirt and the Bandit," he was almost run down by a fractious horso that made for tho camera and reared up over it beyond tho control of the rider. With characteristic coolness Heim erl grabbed his camera and stepped quickly aside just as tho horso came down on the spot he had vacated. "When it waa all over Heimerl was tho. coolest man present. "Was that close enough, Mr. Ricketts?" he ask ed. Mr. Ricketts throughtfully re plied: too close! Take it over: RETURN THIS COPY PLEASE Do You Fear Consumption? No matter how chronic your cough or how severe your throat or lung ailment is Dr. King's New Discovery will surely help you: it may save your WALKEItTOX. i life. Stiiiinar Green, of Malichite. W. p. Sellers and family of Wells-j Col., writes: "Two doctors said I had I born are enjoying an outing at i consumption and could not live two Koontz's lake. . ? years. X ucd Dr. King's New Discov- ! Mrs. Frank McAllister is visiting; ery and am alive and well." Your . relatives in Danvill?, 111. j money refunded if It falls to benefit ; Mr. and Mrr. O. E. Snethen of Con-' yo:. The best home reined) for ; vere, Ind.. spent the week with rel- coughs, coldn, throat and lung : n jives in this vicinity. troubles. Price 50c. and $1.00. Guar- i C. A. Benson of Hagerstown. Ind., anteed by All Druggists. Advt. $1 Applies on Low National Price Only Complete Cabinet r Every device that is practical for work-saving in a kitchen has been tested by the Hoosier Company. The Hoosier Cabinet is the scientific result of all these experiments. It is the most important and complete labor saving machine so far invented for women. It is the only kitchen cabinet that is complete, Amazingly Low Price Details of Club Plan While these few cabinets last, you and every woman lucky enough to get into the club can have one delivered immediately by paying merely $1.00 membership. This dollar applies on the low price; balance is covered by a few small weekly dues of only $1.00. No waiting; no inconvenience. This genuine Hoosier comes to you immediately, to save you steps, time .and work all the rest of your life Saves Miles of Steps By combining pantry, cupboard and kitchen table all in one place, the Hoosier saves miles of weary steps. It stops your walking to and fro getting things and putting them away again You can sit ana reacn ior nearly everything. Ordinary pantries and cupDoaras maKe siepb, ine f , .. y ; .. j Hoosier saves them. Let kU )' j us fit one into your kitchen ( Monday. The time it saves also y gives vou a chance to do " ii ,i lit f tne tnings you want to ao, j and for the rest that keeps you well, contented and happy. Club Terms' Apply Only During This Sale Alter That, Our Regular Terms Will Prevail Mv onlv notlen of pretty p'.ac-' is where there i.-' .ceiiery. t1:1. the famous Ocean Drive yea g. fer v. mile and you com'1 t a tr. e. another rni'e and ef hedue cc any In t't'f.veen these go for clump weed. you cme to a r-grown i:s just one contiguous-, im notorious roil cf "If you car- anything for oc an. variety, you want to k-ep away trm Newport, particularly if you care for variety In converf at'.on. "If you want to know wh.o sit nel to you at dinner oil the evening pre vious ar:d v.-ho is entertaining at 1: n cheon on th" day following, why, thero ! th phtc" for you. "Tin so wives or Ame milllcnaire ing sho:. spend :'-!! th' h ir l usines.- lng and wh u they t i they talk aLt.ut all tlie tions while it i -:" : on makes accu::n:'.a:!o:i o like fiubject for the r.-x: o 'u: rica s :.:.'!:! !r tirv" talk ie i nP r..iin p a fw;::cli'j'i i.ii-r f i n c -:Td !at, r it r.r aduitkmal as Mi never Ket t xcit. I o o will be copy. "Trey thing. "The proper tunt !s t cltci and to pretend that ru?"ra up. "Y.'ti were (ut v.h rr. c h 1 r. j one a f t e : n 1ju,1 hioutirg. -Here. I'm the : thxm no." id L l'iic'ic c r a ar.y- i 4 s Lef r Me axl msse- J llAmwfe KWoe ToTAvcerfCouwT TM J "n- CUT r AFTER ) ) RrT To LLOia. J i t 3 j P P 118 South Michigan NSN IStskii Cabinet After seeing it, you will marvel at the price, as does every, cabinet maker. Yet the explana tion is simple. . Four thousand agents take the Output months ahead selling expense eaved. The factory runs all year on one product factory overhead cost saved. The standard low price is quoted all over America by the Hoosier Company to give you full benefit of the saving. And you get this low price on paying a single dollar now. Remember, Tomorrow Do you wonder that women who know about this cabinet are waiting to enroll for these few Hoosiers? You are sure to be disappointed if you delay so don't poUptfne. You know in your heart how you hate the eternal drudgery of kitchen work. Banish it forever now by becoming a Hoosier member. mtmm. m m) The women who grasp this opportunity will be glad all their lives. En roll with them early Mon day before it is too late. We have opened the club and tomorrow is your opportunity. All Hoosiers will be exhibited. Let other things wait, and be on hand early. You can have your Hoosier before noon if you enroll right away. Jbxciusive ooosieir Features 1. Yoti can clean the metal flour bin without inconven ience of rernovinc:. No other bin has this feature. Easily filled, becr.use the top is low. Holds 15 pounds mere than any other. Best and fastest sifter 2. Can't -break, ean'f- leal: metal, dust-proof surar bin. j 3. Yvu can't lose the nevr swine lids on the twelve crys tal glass spice, coffee, tea, j salt and cereal jars. 4. Ycucan &r open all doors to freely, no I matter what Top SI Slid Out ,1 1 I Sale In Charge of E. S. LINVILLE, Special Factory Representative. you pile on the table, because i t slides cui, 5. Crumbs can't stick Jn tho ' new metal self-dosing bread and cako box. 6. Flavorincextractbottlea have special shelf. 7. Pur alumi- ff V num table at no ex tra charge; only acid-proof metal; costs manufacturers ten times as much as xinc. Enormous output keeps sale price less. 8. Sixteen inches extension over the base when you slide out the table. Plenty of knee room for sitting. J 9. Comes apart to clean; closes tightly when not used, j 10. Pick your choice of white ! or plain inside upper section, j All-metal table, or oak side i arms. j 11. Interior construction that is not equaled anywhere will last a lifetime. , i 12. And amonc the minor details big cupboards; slid ing shelf; drawers for linen, cutlery; pan racks; meat board; rolling pin rack; hooks; want list, and scores of prac tical conveniences. You can't begin to appre ciate them all until you see-them. 4 0 1 0 SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS TO YOUNG MARRIED COUPLES Fads and Fashions lonaMe. The old idea of a lace shoe i embroidered and e dged with a frill oi belns restricted to one lacing up the i valcnclennes lace has an upstanding HY 3lAKAIU'?r MASON. "When you buy your fall clothes Get a rin?: for your noe. For in Prance it Is swell To thus ring the belle. NKW YOKK, Sept. 7. Dame fashion has gone to many lengths and now her latest Is the length of a nos Actually a Parisian actress has started the startling fad of wearing1 hchued in white, net. Also milad a pold rins in her nasal appendage, j cigaret case is thickly encrusted with "bride" of pearls on her chapeau, milady has shoulder straps of the ir- ridtscent globules to hold up the folds of chiffon by .courtesy called a bo dice on her sleeveless evenint; gown, a pearl fillet for her hair and pearls for her ears. A rope girdle of pearls with pearly tassels adds a stunning touch to a dusUy black tulle frock Sort of ring-around-a-nosey, you know. Whether fair devotees of fashion on this side of the water will have a snout full is a question. Anj way there are other hints of the stock farm in the present day modes on a par with the nosering. For instance the bridle is omni present on all the chic little hatsand head dresses no.v topping smart fem inine coiffures. To be sure, as adapt- pearls and she is even oing in for i pearls of thought. j There's a new veil come town! It j has a mesh of black thread..- crossing 'at three-quarter inch spaces and jiK-t I one lone dot the size of a c urrent. You must drape this veil so that this ! lonesome dot is located on your left front, this new departure of a cobweb top to a leather vamp shows that there are laces and laees. -vn Still Color. Greer- sl continues an a winner in the color held. Kmerald is partlc- ularly satins gowns while for tailor suits Bakst preen, a peculiar shade named for the artist fashion creator, is all the r;ige. Browns a"fe next in order of popular ity and so rich are the many tones of tobacco, chocolate, cafe au lait, and "nigger" that you would certainly be choo.-lnp wisely to be done up brown this fall. In spite of the proph ecy of the national tailors that ' cat.s were to bo long or three-quarters, abbreviated vla 1 oleics and Ktons still cling to filmy clad shoulders .and show also in the tailor suits of heavy materials. Fairylike indeed are the 'atf st importation of ephemeral bhujKf for eoat suit wear, and th" frill of the Mine' around the back cred batiste daintily c-dt-ed with picot pleating of net has reer cf the same. One little vest of tucked r.ct is trimmed down the front with tin' allurinp in crepes and liberty j crochet buttons between a double frih for evening and afternoon flf .rr,-,,.. Vm leirier.nr ar.n i ,,ut!ine.' of net i;.p;u:que standing collar of appK':u ed i. a : r.g n a' to heAdear for the fair sex, the ;e bridle has been shortened ti ni.' but hv :nv name they will ?:rat vou as s-.vretlv under your chin j or chins. The bride" of black vtlvet : ribbon is the most commonly sen. 1 bJt thr.se of pearls or jet ar very :aint and lovely on oriental turban3 aspire calottes. VarN Before l.vcry tlilii?:. bncer a case of pearl be- ve ! ut pearls before every- Aside from th Inevitable J cheek about three-f ouniu ot a; front the corner of ijr rp.outn. it lends such a piiuant effc-ct that the autumn girl shoid be eiicouraged to take the veil. The hobble, after jumping from skirt to hat, has r. "V- jumped lack again to the other extremity and the hobble sho is at your fc ;. The he, is are ?o abnormally high on the newest samples of footgear that thy are quit.? thrown out of gear and the best form of amble you can manage is verily a hobble if you would be chic ly shod. Another new touch on beauty's boot is a top of to match the ubiquitous lace frock inch f frothy vt:ife t4ons offered as neck ins are thirds of beauty joys f -r ever as they arc but hardly is perishable ' f lo erf !"P d trajui her sinLer throat the 1 without Vihich no wardrba Is fash-i n;t com.b.r.ed wi:n ivm". ( batiste or rr.oe.i-,.i.- Irish, va lencier.nes ar. d r 't ;i i-p'.lque they will transform yo-:r l;v-t y it's suit or iilo'iFO into .; p-to-d.tte fixation, and Miss Cinder"'.'. a "vi:h a limited uar.'. rohe may blossom out in as many changes us a princess of gowns pa lore. That is. of courre. if t'indre'da is a clever needle woman for these lovelv ntckthimrs are almost pr:cdes a modern! in the sho;s and yet can be easily filmy lace and inexpensively copied by amateurs at hony?. Oao lovely mourseiino vest, hancl with a wide frill But their diversity is legion ther are collars round, square, flat, D.- Medici, and no collars at all, but Just the frill. Exquisitely hand eml.ro'.drej, put together with entredoux. thes. damtj aee.-sories t)f the rni-dern five's toikt, when bought at the shoi s are equaiij dear to tiie htart and p.eke:book, ani milady is sure to get it in the r.ocil and her bank account. don't i.irr n.i;v srrri:u with l.( VA M .M SKIN TKOI BLUS, Babies need a perfect skin-v t ering. Skin eruptions cause' them not fniy intense sutfe-rlng. but hinder their rrwth. IU. IIO!W)N'S 1 XV. I IMA 0INTMI-:NT c an be r li.-d on for re lief and permanent cure of sufterir.4 babies who-.' 'Kin eruptions have made tb. lr life .:..-e:abb'. "Our baby wai af.".ictrtl with breaking out vt the skir v all "-T tb-- foe ar.,1 scalp. Iortor: x and skin specialists failed to help. Wi tried. Dr. llob-on'.s Kczema. Uintmeu and wore o-erjiye..l to bab- com pbtely cured before one box w;u ut;" v.n. Mr. Srruh.er. I ).:!.:! 'it low a. All druciTists. or by mHil. 5C 1M I'.UTl II rill-A!UVL t tMI'AN tU Louis, Mo. rhilaaclpliL 1- o r I L