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l UK SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES.
Wednesday, suit. it. 5 111 MEN WAIT for bis OUGHT AN ACTOR MARRY? Peters n arid fai., 'y Sun- HE!- I I V William Hodge, "llir Man Imrn liomr". Wrlfr "YES tns and lie D a ; router Actor I 'or Being a I "at her. ! of riinton 'i4 ' lh:irlr Hitter if n.rth rf '."ov I'r. l:?de, Ind.. was a cuc-t of his brother Peter. Sunday. i Novel Feature Will be Partici pation by Camp of Confeder ate Veterans Rain Threat ens Program. I- in nil im- ;t lncr ami v v r. r TOMACH? -e Mi. ONE DOSE of ltKi:KT(Y.. I . . . Rer tr spent the ufk "nd with ! lrrvr J-'.r- . . WILLIAM !!(l)c:i:. and CHATTANOOr.A. Tonn.. Sept. Activities of etrans attending the Orand Army of th- Repuf. !b's forty fovnnth annual encapvm"nt h:e tvere Increased today. Business . e. ion.s also were begn by several al lied orga nidations. Interest or th leterans, however, i. centered lorgely n the .always impre.-siye parade scheduled for tnmnrrov.-. A novel feature of the parad" fn'mLvos to be the participation of X. U. Forrest camp. Fni'ed Confed erate Veterans. This unexpected in novation resulted from a special invi tation extended to the vamp todav by Commander In Chief Alfred It. Beers rf tne O. A. H. an7 accepted by Col. L. T. Dickinson of the Forrest camp. Tho confederate veterans were n lited to wear their gnc.v uniforms. Dark clouds which hovered oyer the city today threatened to cist a damper on plans made for the oh crvation of Chirkamauga day. The threatened showers failed to material ize and hundreds of veterans who participated in the. Battle of Chicka mauga visited the famous battlefield. Interest Increases In the approach ing election of ollioers by the ;. A. R. Several caucuses were held today by representatives of various depart ments. It was generally believed to iifht that the choice of the next com mander In chief would be between ien. C. K. Adams of Superior, Neb., and former Con?. Washington Card- it v of M ichipan. The department of Michigan at a conference tolay decided to withdraw the Invitation for the next encamp ment at Detroit. This leaves only Houston. Tex., and Mobile, Ala., in the field. CIVIL WAR VETERANS WILLjUJN FOOT RACE Confederate and Unionist llotli li.st f0 Will Turkic One Hun- dred VarIs. CHATTANOOGA. Term.. Sept. 17. The challenge for a foot raco re cently isnied by Col. J. 1,. Smith, agrd 69, of Detroit, Mich., a union veteran, has been accepted by Pri vate M. Wolf, used SO, a local con federate veteran. The race will take place at Chamberlain Held Thursday afternoon, according to announcement made Tuesduy. One hundred yards Is the distance. When Col. "Smith issued his chal lenge he also was quoted as claiming the veteran championship of the United States for any distance. Three other Union veterans have announced they will contest for championship honors with Col. Smith in a three mile race. This race also will be rim Thursday afternoon. These veterans are George W. Howe, aged 7). Port Huron, Mich.; Col. S. C. Harms, aged r,8, Pittsburgh, and William A. Hein shon, aged tl, Cleveland. Star of The .Man From Home' 'I lie Foul to l!apine." 'Shall the actor marry?" You mig.t u well ask: "Shall a mn marry?' Fcr the FIUST HFQFISITi: of frond eitiz'-nship ir. the founding- of a family and a heme. Th idr.-i t hp t the actor who mar. ried will not anpeij to the r.iatinee audi'-tiee s all "rot." Jee Jefferson v as married: Fdwin r "M' was married, and (he rtor ' n p'r?onnlity Is supposed C5pec- . to appeal to the matinee r:rl. i'- ! . rt Fdeson, has 1 eP married t wi'-e! Th nrtor v. ho is married and who is ;!if father of ehildren s THE Ft:T TKK AOToi:. !fc has known lovp in if. highest and best y,er.yr and he realises the responsibility that love en tails. There H o)Iv fne detriment to the note:- as a married man. and h:il thai he cannot always Ie- vJih hi ulfe :;:1 TamUy. Put In thN pinlcu la: lot N shared ly explorer, naval oflicers and the vast anny of cotmurrclal travelers. liut for 1") weeks n toe year he can frlve "i his work and devote himself entire.; to his family and play. He can partly make up for the Ion? ab- Snee. Th time has gone b.v when we think the nrtor is sul generis. He is ju.-.t human just a man .and a talent for acting (which, by the way. Is born more or !ejs in all humanity) raised to its highest level. Hp wH b better i or tne eounr-el and sympathy of gooo woman and the love and of children. Yes. J certainly advise 'every to marry early but not often! a faith actor r " : ' " ' , -5 :Pr : -P ' : 'vTx m- a Ly fv,..'sv;- 1 ' ;V- - "I Civ 1 , v t , . i , I r i r '.- - I ' ? 4 ! ''; - 1. - i relatives in N'ie John H. I'st has Wen chosen jury man for th! term of cotirt. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Drdse of Fu chanan were guets of H. I. Cauffman Saturday nirht and Sunday. Mrs. (Ireeley K'orn and Mrs. Walter U header and Von visited Hattie Clem ens Thursday afternoon. Fsther and Milton Fredericksonn of n-j'lianan spent Sunday with the Ifohr.quist family. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dillincer and ha by of Puchanan. and Philip Gilbert ver guests of the M. i:. Gilbert fam ily Su.nlay. J. II. Pest and family spent Sitnaay with the Arthur Mibs family on Port age Prairie. Koger Clemens of South pep.d and I Parb IIiipv o( Waukee. la., were guests of thv Chas. Clemens familj .Saturday nUht and Sunday. Shotfd Convince Yen That Your SufTcrinz Unnecessary. fhe Stcire That Does Tiiin wA J. Bur V" VA Kg South bend Store o .v , is. On Compare (5 - i With the Values we offer and the Savings are Come. 3!g r Late News From the Surrounding Towns DIGGS AND HARRIS NOT GUILTY OF JURY BRIBING SAN FRANCISCO, Cal.. Sept. 17. Maury I. Diis, formerly state arch iteet. and Atty. Charles 15. Harris of Sacramento, were found not guilty hy a JuO' in the United States district court Tuesday of subornation of per jury in eonneetion with the Dits Caminetti white slave eases. The jury was out an hour and "0 minutes. None of its members would discuss the verdict. BOWMAN CEMETERY PROJECTJS REFERRED A petition made by the Bowman Cemetery association to enlarge the cemetery boundaries, was referred to tho street and alley eommittee by a meeting of the council committee of tho v.hole Tuesday nlfc'ht. Action for rejiewing the contract for liluin River Faxk.was deferred by the com mittee for two weeks. At present the WlsUach Lihtins Co. has tho contract. SPEEDS OVER COUNTRY TO SEE FATHER ALIVE NOBL.KSVIJJ-E. Ind.. Sept. 17. Mrs. David Jump If speeding across the continent from Tacoma. Wash., to Noblesville in an effort to see ali her father. James W. "Wheeler, lum ber merchant and said to be the wealthiest man in the county, who is critically ill with kidney and bladder trouble. Mrs, Jump, who :us Miss Suan Wheeler, wa,s a tocioty favorite here, is expected to reach Chicair Wednesday noon. While rushing there Mrs. Jump is recelvincr three telegrams a da- tcll inff her of her father's condition. Baby's s vln Will Tj- Soft. fair an-1 smooth If you uive them Mdl istcr'. ocky Mountain Tea this month. It repnlates th Htoniarh and btnvrls. It makes th littb ones sb p and vrrow. oo cents. Coonley bniK Store. Adt. m:v caulisli:. The marriage of Frank Hall, son of Mr. und Mrs. George Hall, and Lcona May Darstcin. daugther of Jacob .Oarstein, was solemnized at ihe home of the bride's fathc: Saturday evening at S o'clock. Rev. F. C. Sager read the service. Only relatives and a few close friends were present. The bride and groom left the same evening fur Anderson, Ind., where the groom is employed. Both Mr. and Mrs. Hall are popular young people and have the best wishes of hosts of friend". Those present at the wedding from out of town were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Darstein and Mrs. Croke of Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Darsiein and son of Peru, Ind., Mr. and Mrs. George Darstein and Miss Cora Lindahl of South Pend. Ed. Miller, who has been in the west for a number of years, is home, the guest of his sisters, Misses Ada and Margaret Miller. Edward Wykoff has moved into the residence on Michigan St., which he purchased recently. Purr Woolman left Saturday morn ing for his home in lied Bluffs. Cal. Mr. Woolman Is traveling by auto mobile and Is accompanied by his niece, Mrs. W. A. Reinhard, and Mrs. C. I. White and John Wykoff. chauf feur. The ladies will stop at Seward. Neb., for a two weeks' visit before returning home. Mrs. C. W. Tyler entertained the C. C. club Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Parker visited Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Benton of La port e Saturday. M'ss Mai.el Seihert of Nil?s spent the week-end here, the guest of Miss Stella Martin. Mrs. W. O. Jeff cry and Mrs. Grace E, Cole of Laporte were guests Sun day of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Parker. Marion Reed s qu'ite HI. Misses Margaret and Ada Miller and Ed. Miller were in South Bend Sun day, guests of their sister, Mrs. Burr Casaday. Arthur Von Doehren of Valparaiso was a guest Sunday of Eduin Kin ney and family. Harry and Russell Miller left Mon day morning for Valparaiso wnere they will enter the university. Ed. Whit was in Chicago Tuesday on business. Mrs. Jelm Ttodgers will entertain the Eadies' Aid society of the Chris tian church Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Ft. I). Brown of Mobile. Ala., was a guest Saturday and Sunday of her aunts. Mrs. E. E. Thomas and Mrs. Alex King. Mr. and Mrs. Re.v Jontz and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Rodgers of South Bend were guests Sunday of tae bat ter's parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Brown. Mr. and Mrs. John Dunn of South Bend visited Mr. and Mrs. S. D. King Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. E. V. Oglesby of La porte and Mrs. A. King of Bello vue. ()., motored here Sunday to vis:',, relatives. A team belonging to E. E. Thom as became frightened at an automo bile Saturday morning and ran away. Except breaking the harness slight damage was done. : i 'i , : ' '1 d.tjp , '-tU&KK .a.tf -ety t1- i , I i Mr;, .-.? f'Ai::.:- ? vr - -4 WAKAIU'SA. Mr and Mrs. Cal Lenhart returned home from Indianapolis Monday. Mr. John Dosing made a business trip to Auburn Tuesday. Mrs. Allen Kinsley returned hnm from belong Tuesday after an ab sence of six weeks. Earl Kilmer is visiting relatives in Ft. Wayne this week. Henry Miller visltfd his grand-son. Cbtus Hossler, of Mishawaka, i-st week. Abe Bauer made a business trip to South IV nd Wednesday. Worth Reese and wife of Mihn waka. are visiting relatives in this city this week. 7 "?-s't Jti -'t. ncwnmwdffl f-r Chrorie Indlrrs ti(n und Siomncli. Liver nJxl In testinal Alluif-nts. Tbousun.1 of rP,lC' rtp ? j tour ewn ;eTir.iy, '";' ! I1miIt for ptoni- Tb From Bargains our r -. Li . a n 1 cL, ti.m sto.vy nii)f;i:. Melvin Soserman, of spent Sunday with his5 man S '.ffrman. nn.l letcntitmi Allmenif. Ire Nronurrrfi, Dter.ne. Tainting Mull. McU IIdhi'B. ( ni.tlp5HWn. Tcr pij LUrr, and are pr.dsdi: an 4 reouian.e.MiiiX U hl'tly to others o U)-t Xhty -srv nis) kzfr tt;e leys of llilx. Kvr ) omJrrfut Mcr.ittch llemrdy tuo lies 'ifl ir.fM vriJeiy kewn Kerned? for tie alv undent?. AV jour drugyit for u bottl txl.ny. l"ut it to a trst -en- elnuM collar It is nirrel- oj ia :s UeMlini; pnpirtles and Us r vc am .niir imtiirjl It acts on tn r!?c lcnprteI Curtain Draperies Sl.r0 Irincd P.ED spim: ds . . . l.'c MeniicI Table Damask, yard SL.'.o ottin?Iiam LACK CERTAINS . ."k Shoo wkitini; rABLirrs Cr Twilled Cotton towi.li:n'; 33c ..98c .29c .95c 2c 3c Bbalietl 72!0 SHKKTS pi:d 1U, Iou?)Ic Fold pr.m.Ei:s Tf Bevt Apron ;INGIIMS 2Tn- Table OIL CLOTH 12' 'T Yard Wide CERTAIN SCRIMS SUM! Ta;c-iry CUiril (OVERS 5'e i4c . c u It E r n. hi a . I M . A n aV nil ! acnts f.rd In utt cnos Dring ouwk rr- . . i i..Mtv K . txvon t o . Pl 1 1 v trim Itiomri. iNUi- , ....... life, amonjr ir.m .-vieiuT us ( 'hiengo, 1 Nor- .ir tu.s rn taen u and the la nil rAl!ra of Misses Mr.gcie (iraf. d South t.nn: iViuzresa. Justin if fh .Siijremo court. Clara Golnick and Helen Humble. ; ttfueators. Layers, Merchants. Dankert, f Emma Meahl Sunday. lKiors, irn;;-;s. .auf-. v."'" $10 Ladies' Silk Dresses Ladies :i:d Misses hrautiful AH J-ilk Dresses, rimmri neatly uiJh net yokr; leading1 -hades, for Tlmr-day at !osaline all the 5.95 "J 1 n r I I Mr WILLIAM HODGE. and Mrs. II. D. Webster .ilbl A.. . aim G. i:. Mark nam at tended the wedding of Lloyd Fiivm at Niles, Mich.. Wednesda. yevening. Miss Dorf'lhy Rea-or of South Bond v!iteil nlanehe Kiefer Sundav. .Mr. and Mrs. George Stooffer and ' Iine; N. W. Markham and Hazel , were Sundav quests )f C. L. Stuckey and family. Mr. ami Mrs. Fred Couch. Mrs. Vic toria Gooley and Howard Gooley of South Beni sjent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. peter Kintz. Mr. and Mrs. M. U Webster, Mrs. J. C. Whitlock and children, of South Bend; and Mrs. Jennie Finch of Cha dron. Nobr.. called at the home of C. L. Ftuekev Sundav afternoon. Miss Minnie Snyder svent aturdayt and Sunday with her parents In Ply mouth. Ind. , Mrs. William Wcnrlck and Russell. lr.r Lencat aca it eliouia D? tquajiy ur-ce-fnl to vour eas?. Fad tor freo mluofcl boot'.en; on Stomach AMmeut to Gm. U. Mayr. Mfff. Ofmlit. lM-ir6 Whit ing Street, Chlgo. 111. Tor sn'.e In Fouth T.end by Cbna. Coon ley & Co. and ia Minna waba by lied Cross ?i;raiacj. of his mother, Mrs. Frances irvilie Quimby came home from were Sunday afternoon F. R. Cow les. of South Bend, guests of Mrs. A meeting was held at the Cilery j school hoiu:e Monday evening to de- . . r ...... ...., i cuio upon ine pinns ior a new rotimetl cchool building. no!ne Case. Ba:tle Creek Saturday to visit hi.s pa rents. Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Quimby. Mrs. George Vogle and Mrs. Mattie Yogle of Cassopolis, spent Saturday with Mrs. Bertha Van Antwerp. Lottie Hicks and William Marten -were in Niles Sunday afternoon calling on friends. Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Claire and Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hicks were in South i Bend Sunday evening to attend a f how. si sii.k vi:i.vi:t -a HATS A,yJ Ladic and liii.eV i;iak Silk Velvet llat-, the newe-t Pai-is and Lcndon dIo: spcial at Sl.JIS. ?2 childre:cs School Dresses Alade of linot lir.rue and galatca lotli, neatly tiini mcd vitli contracting "olors: des 2 to 1 1 vc ars, at 9 So. ale Ml TVS 3 Work Shirts J ."Made of genuine blue chair.hray. extra rtl inaIe, all size-, for Thui-xlay only 1.98 s::..-o LADIES' Wool Sweater LadiV and m!s' nil iun wool Swcalrrs, hz roll t)llav i.ol tine and heavy knitter! vcae-. Thurday for r r WE ARE ORIGINATOxRS OF IDEAS. i:dw aiidsrcrg. Mrs. IClsie Cranoall. of Niles. came Saturday for a isit with Mrs. Bertha Raymond C. Payne and wife to i:.t. Joseph Co. Loan A: Savings associa tion, a tract of land in Clay township, Van Antwerp. $1'. Mrs. M. B. Garvin and Mr?. Maude Andrew Gunderman to same, lot S. j Miller of Elkhart, and Mr. and Mrs. Fordham. lot Li::, Berner Grove third j Leon Kelly, of Goshen were guests of addition, $850. Mrs. Amelia Manchow Tuesday. .lames A. Roner and wife to Bertha Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Bobbins ot tAX. J. Eberhart. lots 14. L". M. N and O, Edgewater Plac, Mishawaka, $::td). j s:t. Joseph County Loan & Savings association to Andrew Gunderman. a tract of land in Clay township, $1,40'. George H. Snyder to Damie J. Smith, lot 24.1. Fordham. $550. Arthur T. Wirick and wife to John A. Metzler and Joseph R. Good, pari lot ITS, Cushing & Lind.-ey's addition. $575. ' Dersie Houston and Mattie Houston to John .zabo nnj Mary Szabo. lot 104: and part lot 105::, second plat LaSalle park. $1,100. the ktl ?Bb ;$r.vJ.-? U--'u.,.!,'.,.-:.i-a:.--..'4 V -p i Mr. and Mrs. Mat Dinan ot Muitn P.end spent Sunday with his. brother. lolin Uitinn nrr Avife Pauline Bond and Blanche Kirkpat- fi rick have returned irom a i.-u , relatives in South Bend. j l-M Lewis Pearson and Wm. Ray were , Ll in Niies Sunday afternoon to attenu , -y ..- . .-,J?t. 1 ball game. . . . rTw.rf Mr. and Mrs. Dora Mosier or j p ampville spent Monday here with Mrs. m John Keely. llonrv Truitt of Rattle Creek, is here visiting his parents, Mr. and ! Mrs. Millard Truitt. VE RETAIL AT WHOLESALE PRICES. Read the Times Want Ads em Co.. pur- Nlles The f torn LOBBY PROBE TO BE FINISHED BY FRIDAY With ard. WASHINGTON. Sept. 17 - nut one more witness to be he the hous lobby committ'-o IV.edny nlght decided to eoncb'.le Friday its Inquiry into chnrgs made by Martia M. Mulhall against former and prerrnt -.embers of con cress. Former Rep. Charles E. Uttletlcbl of Maine, will appear before the committee Friday to reply to charges made by Mulhall. The committee Tuesday tuht hard Jamrs A. Emery, chief omnsW for the National Association of Manu facturer, who arraigned Mulhall and tlirt newspaper which 'drt published hl. charges. PORTAGE PRAIRIE. Clayton R d of S.'Uth Bend was a guest at the E. S. Arney home oer Sunda. J. W. Cauffinan and family of New I'arlisle si-nt Sunday at this place. Mr. and Mrs. Solomon Rhoade? spent Sunday with their daughter. Mrs. John Walker and family. j E. Wyman isited relaties at Do- j v. aeriae .er Sunday. I The Sunshine circle met at the j heme of John Cauffman near New I Carlisle last Frtdav evening. I Svt-ra! from tb.'s pac" were en- heme of Mr. and near Nile on Sun- frtainevl at the Mrs. Fied Reum NILES. Five SIavs who are in the ploye of the Chicago Belting Tuesday closed a deal for the chaae of 41' acres of land in West from the Henry Piatt estate, new purchasers came to Niles Chicago and plan to build homes after the land is platted out and induce others of their race to come to Niles to settle The deal is looked unon as i an important one in Niles as it is thought it will be but the beginning of new and desirable accession to the city. Miss Grace Allen, who have been in New York city for several weeks, has returned to Niles to reside. The Kpworth league ha.s issued in vitations to the teachers of the public schools for a reception on Friday evening in the Methodist church par lors. Miss Claudine Coolldce and Mrs. R. L. Sehell tjave a story hour and re cital Tuesday afternoon in the par lors of the Presbyterian church. Miss Coolidge gave a number of Japanese readings and Mrs. Sehell sans. Mrs. Charles Beyer has gojie to Washington. D. C. to visit her son. Prof. Iawrence Boyer and family. Misses Katherine McLellan. Ruth McLellan. Julia Rowley, Blanche Edison, Jennie Slkalla and Irene Gil lette, and Mr. and Mrs. George Ben ton and family attended the wedding of Miss Glee Benson to Wiley Sander son of Detroit at the home of the bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Thom as Benson, Berrien Springs. Tuesday. for an- i a ft da Mr. and Mrs. Fred Grand Rapids isited Gutfin ef near Thomas Hous- werta and fu.Tiily over Sunday. Miss Audrey Emerson of Buchanan spent the week-end ;;t the J. Wide mrn home. Mr. and Mr.. Ev,ott Young enter taind a few relatives at linner on Do You rer.r Consumption? No matter how ehron:-- our couch er ho'.v severe your throat or lum; ail ment is. Dr. Kin;'s N-w fiseovery will yurely h ip ym;; it may sa e 'nur life. Sti'lman Green, of Mali-mite. Col. writes: "Two dorters said I had consumption and could rt l.ve two years. 1 us-d Dr. Fine's N-""v D'.rcov ery and afn alive and will." Your money refunded if it f.n.ils to benefit you. Th" l-et home remedy for eoughs. obl. throat r.r.d bang trouble. Pri'-e .".Of. and $1.00. Guar anteed hy All Iffugglsts. Advt. i:i:al i:stti: tkansvers. St. Joseph River Resort Co. to C. A. Swame,,, Cottage lot 4? and Boat F.:v.. pt :'., in St. Joseph River Place. $4o. Marion E. Ar.ir.n and w ife rani W ditb'U to Gardner, lot 4, North Liberty. to Fetter's ad- JET.oii. tt William E. Wolfe, lot to North Liberty, Same Fetzer's addition IU7.5". Rieriew icmetery association to Daniel E. Eandcw. lot ."55. section "N". Rivertew cemetery, $2. Don't I'ublisn. $400. . . LVDICK. Rov Peter?i'n left Saturday sing. Mich. Mrs. Roy Peterson and cTnldren and sister. Mae Ross, who have spent the past two weks in Lansing and Whitu more. Mich., returned Monday. Clinton Peterson, who has been ill of hay fever the paM two weeks-, is im pro inc. Clarence Roekhill who has been id of asthma the past two weks. is better. Mrs. Frank Plumbeek, who spent j the past three weeks in Clinton. Ia., I returned Monday. Township schools commenced the winter's work las: Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Smoroski were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Pierce of Buchanan. Mich. The Misses Kathrn and Anna Stover of Whiting. Ind.. were cues.ts of Mr. nnl Mrs. Frank Plum beck a few days. Mrs. Kathern Plumheck. who was a guest f her son Henry, of Syracuse, Ind.. returned Saturday. F. F. Pierce and family hSd a fam ily gathering with their son. Roy. of Buchanan. Mich.. Sunday. Mr. an 1 Mrs. Ira Brown of South Walnut Grove. Ind.. and Arthur Stroup and family were guests of Charles J ,J .MiKeFeii ann iamuy umw,. Sundav school 10 a. m.; Vounc Peo ple's alliance. 7 p. m.. Seeral per sonal workers from the Miznah Evan qe'dcal church of South B-nd. will meet in W. O. W. hall Sunday even ing. Prayer meeting Tuesday evening in Pierce building. Frank Botors and family. South Bend, and the Misses Marie Deonport and Mary Stroup were dinner sutsta Virt wero over Sundav iruests at the 1 1 . ' rin;-y-.J'-''t:.Ti-l.tlM jtf5 r j- JI l-' y s. I l nib iBAiBi tAtei tffebE H ; K ' .- I fr4 We have arranged with the manufacturer of the above baby carl for a limited number of them which we are going to give free to some, mothers who want to avail themselves of the opportunity of getting one. it is the most convenient and simple cart made. Collapsible with one action, and only weighs 1 2 lbs. Safety guards in both front and rear, substantialy constructed. Rubber tire wheels, and balanced to both a comfortable position for the baby and to pull. Mothers Come In and Let Us Explain to Get One of These Beautiful Carts You Hovv Free. to 'P. t. - r . v. ? pi .. '& -:! t-i rr F71 ri :yp: s.-r icr P P n pYpt i- c 111 OIIvlCIJLil'TIOIr 13 l trrpa 1 aJt V -v .