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Kvrrni.Y, si:iTi:im-:n 2:, tsia
THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES.
THIRD WARD MEN
HO D MEETING
Registration Day and Coming
Election Are Discussed by
Workers Another Meeting
Next Monday Nfgtit.
Three hundred clem or ra tic workers
of the third uard turned out Friday
niqht at headquarters at 407-40'J V.
South anl heard the pvditkal issues
uf the city cami;u?n diM Uh l iriclud
inr registration day rules. A feature
ot ihe rncetins was an address by
John McCarty, said to l.e the oldest
democrat In the third ward, he havinp
voted the ticket for the past 4 0 years.
Speeches were made l.y James T.
llutler, Jere Haserty, Paniel Obro
dovich, Gottieh Kalslle, fharles Len
nox. John Grams, Jos-ph M. .Sullivan,
I.ouia Schmool, .Martin Flowers. Isi
dore Cohen, Timothy Sullivan.
George W. Sands presided and Charles
.Drain acted as secretary'.
Another meeting of the word work
ers will he held next Monday night
when all candidates arc expected to
A similar meeting largely attended
wn-s held in the fourth ward head
quarters on Jefferson boulevard,
speeches were made by candidates.
A masa meeting of Hungarian non
partisan voters were held in the Gross
building on Catalpa si v. About 100
turned out and heard speeches by
Fred Keller, citizens' candidate- for
jnayor. Short talks in Hungarian were
also made hy several workers. Prep
arations were made for the forma
tion of a Hungarian Citizens' club.
Preparations were made the forma
tion of a Hungarian Citizens' clubs.
A. IZ. Martin, presided.
FAVOR TEACHING OF -
HYGIENE IN SCHOOLS
2'cdcration of Settlements Delegates
Prepare Resolution on the
riTTSP.UKC.il, Sept. 27. In a
carefully worded resolution, the Na
tional Federation of Settlements in
conference at Lillian Home, near
here, Friday placed itself on record sin
favoring the tear bin g of sex hygiene
in the public schools under certain
restrictions, and by instructors whose
capability for the work has been
One of the features of the confer
ence, which closed Friday, was a me
morial service conducted by Jane
Addams of Chicago, for Canon Samuel
A. Parnett of Westminster Abbey,
I-ondon, the founder of Toynbee hall,
the first settlement house in London.
OUSTED FROM HOUSE:
ASKS S1;000 DAMAGES
John Horvath Alleges That He Has
Uccn Forced to I Aw With
J I is Friends.
Charging that he wsis made home
less by Frank I. Yost, IMward Yost
and William Drumiller when all of hi.-
furniture, clothing and food wsis
tnken from the house he occupied sit
.2l l-:. Fourth st. and piled in the
strict, John Ilowarth has tiled suit
in the superior court for $1,IH dam-
Howarth claims he wsis dispossessed
f his home on Aug. U.'I and that he
spent the greater part of the night
seeking si place to stsiy. He declares
that since he has been unable to find
a house and lias been forced to "live
Mr. and Mrs. Ceorge W. Whitman
were in South F.end Friday, visitors at
the home of their daughter. Mrs. Fred
Miss Hester Lewis 7ias gone to
Grand Haven. Mich., to attend Ack
ley hall .a preparatory .-chool for
young women. Her mother. Mrs.
Gertrude .Lewis, accompanied her to
Mrs. Msirtha A. Inleright suffered
a stroke of paralysis early Welnes
day morning at the home ' Thornton
Patterson, where she was sitting as
nurse. She died Thursday sit 11
o'clock. She was 7 ' years of ;ie. She
leaves two sons. F.dward and John
InglerUht; one daughter. Mrs. Minnie
Painter, aril two sisters. Mrs. Mary
Harner and Mrs. A. A. Harner. The
funeral service will be held Saturday
afternoon at the home.
.Mrs. Virginia M. 1 ix has returned
to the home of her daughter, Mrs. W.
li. Humphrey in Detroit, after si
week's visit sit her old home.
Kev. A. W. Simmons and family
were s.urpried by si number of friends
a! the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. N.
Skinner Thursdav evening. a social
veiling was enjoyed and dstinty re
lrshments of ice cream and cake
were served. The family left Friday
Stops felling flair
'nu: COMMON LAWV
'The Common Law," a dramatiza
tion of Hubert W. Chambers novel
of the same name was presented to a
small audience at the Oliver in a sat
isfactory manner last evening.
The play follows the lines of the
story as closely as practical for stage
'purposes and nothing of resil import
since is lost in the telling. This tale
of rtudio life in New York is very
well indicated by the title and at
times the dialogue approaches very
near the danger lin.
The principal characters were
rather capably t handled although
marks of crudeness were apparent
at times. Virginia Merry, as Valerie
West, an inexperienced model with
some rather original ideas on matri
mony, wa3 charmingly innocent in ap
pearance, handled the posing scene
neatly and won sympathy more from
a personality standpoint than on ac
count of histronic ability. Kenee
Noel, as the other studio girl, was
pleasingly frank and naturally at
tractive. George Kelly played Neville
with a good conception of the char
acter and K. C. Davie. livened some
of the scenes in a conventional com
ed.v part. The audience was atten
tively Interested and frequently ap
Hall's Hair Renewer certainly stops
falling hair, ho doubt about it what
ever. You will Eurelv be satisfied.
young lawyer from FJoston. courting a
country girl, singing In a country
church choir, going to a husking bee,
voting in a town meeting. It takes
fifty scenes to tell the tory. Those
who have never seen the play should
not fail to &ee this production.
WILL DISCUSS DANCING
AT TONIGHT'S SESSION
this pkkilous mm:."
If you want to be thrilled, Mary
Cray is the girl to thrill you. She'll
make you turn hot and cold by turns;
she'll have your hair fetand on end
and she'll set your heart to thumping,
till you'll find yourself wondering how
many more of her sort there are out
there in Montana, and what business
prospects look like among the ranch
men. Stop a minute; can you ride a
horse? Xot a Central Park pacer, but
a real pony of the plain, a bucking,
rearing, snorting, wiry, little broncho?
.o? oh well, then it's all off with you.
You might as well stick around in
Xew York and have your carfare.
When you'd gotten out there, found
your Mary and popped the question
she'd have her answer ready. "The
man who wins me must first catch
me." Surprise theater today.
The Y. M. C. A. "gym" classes be
gan work for the winter this week
when the intermediate class met
Thursday night for its initial work.
The senior class will meet Saturday
evening and will discuss plans or in
troducing the new program of gym
nsistic dancing which will be followed
this winter. Physical Director Miller
is anxious to give the dancing a trial
In South Dend as it is a special fea
ture of the Y. M. C. A. training school
at Springfield, Mass., and has found
The possibility of the state aquatic
meet being held here again this year
should hring a large enrollment in
the swimming classes which will open
next Wednesday evening. Knthuslasm
has always been liigh in this branch
of sport, and the meets are well attended.
GAS OR IHDIGESTIOfi
"Pape's Diapepsin" Settles
Sour, Upset Stomachs in Five
at the Wyman Store
is the heading of an
"ad" on the last page,
our regular position
turn to it.
for Saturday Night Only
Late Narrow Style.
Regular 2.50 Silk Messaline Petticoats
Cerise, Am. Beauty, Emerald, Black, Cop.
Blue and all late colors.
Fluted Glass Tumbler, each
Regular 4c glass.
(No telephone or "deliveries taken)
.comi: and sri: us
Geo. Wyman & Co.
TTo Toca v
Who zipq Draft PGofiecfl
Mrs. J. E. Crueson, an
adept instructor in Knit
ting and Crocheting, will
be at our store, starting
Monday, Sept. 29th, to
give FREE lessons to all
desiring to learn this art.
Mrs. Crueson is a rep
resentative of the
FLEISHER YARN CO.
and is sent here by them
to teach you knitting and
chocheting, and to exhibit
shawls, sweaters and
blankets made with this
COME AND SEE IS
Ceo. Wyman & Co.
tiii: i:niso talking pictvuks.
The Kinetophone, the genuine Ktli
son talking" pictures will he at the Oli
ver all next week, where the appar
ently Impossible will be achieved, the
audience hearing ' and also .-seeing a
musical performance, a minstrel show
and getting an explanation. It seems
beyond 'belief, but the beginning is
only in sight. We are making history
every day and the kinetophone will
give future generations the complete
story in every detail. The Kdison
talking pictures are all that they are
heralded to be. the synchronization Is
perftct. the voices clear and distinct
and have created an unlimited
amount of talk .where shown
"Officer U." will be seen at the
Oliver this afternoon and tonight.
The play is full of risible tricks and
melodramatic moments that start a
wave of shivery thrills chasing each
other up and down one's ?pine only
to end in an uncontrollable burst of
laughter at the funny antics of this
particular policeman, who in an un
guarded moment is induced to part
with his uniform for a brief period,
while the borrower of it is endeavor
ing to rescue a lady fair from the web
of complications that have been wov
en around her by the machinations of
an internationally famous picture
thief. "Officer 6GC" has all the ele
nu its that ro to make a successful
play, least of which is a charming
love interest wherein cupid matches
his wits against the stern arm of the
law and wins a complete victory.
Time it! Tape's Diapepsin will di
gest anything you eat und overcome a
sour, gassy or out-of-order stomach
surely within five minutes.
If your meals don't lit comfortably,
or what you eat lies like a lump of
lead in your stomach, or if you have
heartburn, that is a sign of indiges
tion. (let from your pharmacist a fifty
cent case of Pape's. Diapepsin and
take a dose just as soon as you canl
There will be no sour risings, no
belching of undigested food mixed
with acid, no stomch gas or heart
burn, fullness or heavy feeling in the
stomach, nausea, debilitating head
aches, dizziness or intestinal griping.
This will all go, and. besides, there
will be no sour food left over in the
stomach to poison your breath with
Pape's Diapepsin is a certain cure
for out-of-order stomachs, because it
takes hold of your food and digests
it just the same as if your f stomach
Ilelief in live minutes from all
stomach misery is waiting for you at
any drug store.
These large fifty-cent cases contain
enough "Pape's Diapepsin" to keep
the entire family free from stomach
disorders and indigestion for many
months. It belongs in your home.
Cohan V Han1' Production of
the Season's Comedy Hit,
V a Li
Matinee, 25 and 30c.
i:vning, 25, 50, 75c and $1.00.
AT Till-: ItOVAL.
Jacobs Amusement Co. presents at
the Itoyal theater Saturday and Sun
day Quincy Adams Sawyer, as a photo
play in four parts with special music.
One of the best New England plays
and stories ever written. This play
was seen in a dramatic production at
the Oliver theater several times and
alva played to capacity business.
The copyright bureau at Washington.
I. t. shows that over 1,000,000 copies
of the book have been sold, which i
means that more than 10,000.000 peo
ple have read the book. Nearly 25,-
ooo, 000 have seen the play. Xew ,
Kngland life and character beams out j
of almost every scene and is perfect i
in every detail, the pietu-e play that !
has been one great success tells the
story of Quincy Adams Sawyer a
The? Great Howard
Lulcll. Conlcy &
ltoss & Sherman
J Matinee Daily 2:30
KTcninss 7:30 9.
S ti ii d a y Xew Va u d e v 1 1 1 e.
USHERS JOIN WORKERS
Will Take Part in Meeting Next Tues
Over 100 ushers will join the
sonal Workers' league at the
Tonight and All Vek
COMKDY COMPANY IX
"Tin; PARISIAN' CSIKL"
1 ."i Knt eit a I ners 1
Nightly 7:30 and 9.
Matinees Daily Except
Sunday New Musical
meeting to be held Tuesday night.
This was the action taken by the first
meeting of the Billy Sunday usher
committee at a session held Friday
night at the Y. M. C. A. when they
unanimously decided to affiliate with
the league. The membership will be
swelled to over 1100 after Tuesday.
The Hilly .Sunday usher committee
was disbanded as an organization al
though once a year they will get to
gether to hold a celebration either by
a picnic or at a social gathering.
ENGINE RUNS INTO TRAIN
Engineer Seriously Hurt in Collision
Xear New Orleans.
NEW ORLEANS. .-Ynt. -. St.
Louis and San Francisco passenger
train No. 202 bound for Houston.
Texas, ran into the rear end of a
logging train near Pecan Grove. Ii..
miles north of New Orleans at
'0 o'clock Friday night resulting in
the serious injury of Engineer Soule.
No passengers were hurt.
NOBODY LOVES ME.
Now Don't Forget to come here today or tonight if yon want to
enjoy real entertainment with real .Motion Picture Plays. Our "Mov
ie" are positively the lest that money an huy cleaii. rlcwr come
dy, intermingled with merry mlxups that will get the "ha, ha" from
you every time. Tonight, that's right.
THE SURPRISE THEATER
DOME OF GOOD PICTURES.
Two Feature Reels Today.
THE PERILOUS RIDE Majestic
JUST IN TIME Rex
Open at 8 :45 A. M. Continuous to 1 1 :00 P. M.
has gone to Chi
wpeiul the winter
lor their n w h:iit
Mrs. Ea Pasot
-.igo where he will
with her daughter.
Mrs. Harry r,urk
d.;y to her home in iMwagi.u
week's visit with the !a:mli-s
and Frank i;later.
MUs Dee Wall was srprbed by a
number of her friends Wednesday
veiling at lit r home on Itluff street.
It being her birthd.y. A so. ial een
in was enjoed aftt-r wliich ice eream
aniN.ak' were sered. i-'ift n guests
Mr. ami Mrs. Win. Cauffinan of
Dowagiac are visiting at the home of
the former's si-ter. Mrs. J. . Wol
am. Mrs. C. li. sparks and li r sisi.-r.
Mrs. A. I. Stover i-it-tl rt latits in
Jsouth Dend Wdnesdav.
Mrs. AVm. Iea'i:e has returned to
her home in Chieago after a week's
iit with her sister. Mr-. J. A. llur
kett. Mr. and Mrs. "has. K. Storiek en
tertained a number of friends at din-
crpn n it3 n tp
SATURDAY and SUNDAY
JACOBS AMUSEMENT COMPANY
QUINCY ADAMS SAWYER
and MASON'S CORNER FOLKS
As a photo play in 4 reels, with special music.
One great big laugh from beginning to end and the
sweetest love story ever told.
nor Wednesday wnimr. Their
guests were Mr. and Mrs. Heiirv Shall.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. n.t!s and Miss
Julia Miller of DowagL'O.
Mrs. I'hilip Kephart and baby, Mr.
r,evi Kepli.irt and Henry Kepb.art
visited friends in South Uend Thurs
Mrs. Cora ('amfpld has returned
to her homo in Kenoha. Wisconsin,
after an extended xi-it at ti;e J. t
tait is itirrriiiN(..
WASIf INITUN. Sept. 7. Former
Pr.v. Taft Kit fi-r his home in New
Haeri. (nnn.: late Friday alter spend
ing three days her attending sessions
cf the J-:ncvla Umcrial commission.
Court a Country Girl
Sing in a Country Church Choir
Go to a Hushing Boo ,
Vofo In a Tovn Mooting
A Young Lavyor From Boston
That's What This Picture Play is About.
Over 1,000,000 Copies of the Book sold and read by
more than 10,000,000 people. Nearly
25,000,000 have seen the play.
On Sunday Afternoon, September 28th,
from 1 to 5 p. m., we will meet you at
And tell you of the One-Dollar-Down, Fifty-Cents-a-Week, No-Interest,
No-Taxes, Lot Sale Now in Progress.
W AMP UP
outh. Me Csif flo Morgan " Sfiop
Just off the car line Beautiful Southmoor extends a level plateau off to the foothills a delightful location
for a home a splendid spot for investment.
Any man, woman, working boy or girl can pay fifty cents each week for a lot Location determines the
price from $175 to $375. No interest or taxes for five years.
A DOLLAR NOW AND THEN will provide you a home.
Encourage your son or daughter to habits of thrift start them in on lot payments it will make them in
dependent and self-reliant. Said ownership gives confidence and stability to one It lays the foundation for
SOUTHMOOR MEANS SUCCESS TO YOU if you FOLLOW THAT IMPULSE TO BEGIN NOW.
Come out Sunday afternoon. We will tell you more.
REMEMBER THE GROWTH OF TWO CITIES IS ADDING TO SOUTHMOOR VALUES.
If you cannot come out Sunday, drop us a line or phone us we will call or mail you plat and price.
Visitors to South Bend's Fall Festival can make their visit an advantageous one by investing in South
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204 SUMMERS BLDG. Home Phone 5866
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