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IHfc ouUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES.
nirnsDAY. o-rom:it 2. i!u O Few More of the Good Things Displayed at the Stands itv 111 srwjrv. A rrnr of lif?r'nt kinls f apis r.re n ?hv at 0nly's. from a mure little lIlrat-ly-rron FeIUns: which J'"kH a. though It was ;us swert nl m!I"w tm a rlj pf-arh, t' he crf.it b!p. bullying. sp-klcri Aloxan-Vr;--. which ar -e!o.r!y f--fronded in o'.'i'f.irancc ami -Iz- by hr V.riien helm.Tf?. Then thr th Stark, which is ko hard-looking and T'-en that rbout one 1 lu tucked away in the riht jjnt ouht to lvelop a b.n-up cae of tramps. It is not tho apple ono would sdoot out of that lot if k'iven tho rhan?". Tho Ii yellow Porter looks a wholo lot more companionable for -Mr. (iaKric Juice. It wi-uld make you dizzy to try to kfp track of thr; Hambos, Pewau keos, Illsmarcks. Valthys. Manns. 1 rimes' Golden. Yellow Helleflowers. Black Hon Davit and Spies which are on display thre. and who-Vt-r named all the varieties must have taxed his Imagination to the lait notch. The f.pples hall from St. Joseph. .Starke, J,aporte, Marshall, Herrien and IViss counties, and In tach of the two nortJi window exhibits art; the products of a fingle farm. "Squash lie CnsU." 'quaih be. sown!" at Olauor's. and po they be, by pum! There are Chill muashps and Hubbard squashes and Kthiopmn squashes and Ion: squashes and fat Fquashes and warty squashes end green ones and salmon colored ores, but most of them weren't la beled, ho wo can't say which is which. No doubt they all had Christian names and we. would tako a chance on one particular individual answer ing to the call of "Obadlah." although Tiono seemed to til "I'ercival" or Clarice." A punch preset which "trims" out 6 0 battery connectors a minut one every second b3 the main feature of the Knoblock-Heideman display at Adler's. Here are als some of the neatest, most compact little magnetos you ever saw, and knife a witches and ioni black spark roil and cK'ar lighters with lots of Kinder all of them tastefully arranged and Invit ing inspection by hurrying passers by. Out on the c.urb is an assortment of squashes, Neapolitans and several crooked neck individuals which look as crooked and untrustworthy us any t-quash could be. In thf south window at P.eitners' is a dazzling array of highly polished felf-startlng flat irons made by the Modern Specialty Mfs. Co.. and they look not unlike a flotilla of miniature battleships on parade. There is one Jim-dandy finished in gun-metal, an other in burnished copper, but most of them finished in nickel. Th flag ship lx a big tailor's goose distin guished by a perky white bow on its yard-arm. Outside Is an exhibit of egg plants, rich purple In color with the excep tion of one poor outcast with a for lorn, seasick-green complexion, ltanges on Display. Three stock ranges constitute the .i.nin-.. nf tho -Malleable Steel Range Mfg. Co. at Spiro's and they include j . ... 1 1 r a colonial gas rune ""u base ranges one with reservoir and one without. Sections of corners and various small parts are shown, and the arrangement of the whole makes a er attractive Oilbit. On the walk Is a stand full of shocked corn and very justifiably .shocked at the many slit skirts that hwish pan thU point. Neat groups of white field corn are displayed at Newman's, all of them remarkably large in size and of uni form structure They form quite a contrast to the dainty and very un rural display of hats in the window across the walk. No one would think as many varie ties of pop corn grew as are on dis play at th New York candy store. They are of all sizes and colors, from the shy little mousey ears to the strapping bi yellow fellows. and ome have kernels so sharp that they would make the best kind of back srratchers and others so smooth that they look like orange-colored glass bead?. The Kange I'ternal, manufactured th Kngman-Matthews Kange o.. exhibited in the big north window Kobertson's. and a neat capped and aproned maid distributes souve nirs. With its steaming tea-kettle the rtanp Kternal looks very business-like and In fact the Kan-re I'ternal Is verv business-like, for it ww on a Range Kternal that the prize-winning loaf of bread was baked. Down In the corner of the window is a large mounted muskie. rn ught by Al Stephenson, and when taken from the water weighed 2! pounds. There at least is one big one which didn't cet away. lnntikir-J Draw (Ymvils. On the walk 1s a row of enormous pumpkins which always draw atten tion on account of their size just the same a the elephant draws the crowds away from the sacred bull or the Asiatic camel at the circus. I. C. Gross Co. at the Independent 10-ecnt store have- provided a large assortment of overalls brown ones for farmers, blue-striped ones for en gineers nd machinists and white ones for painters and decorators. And then we have here. too. ;t famllv of rtistorttM souashes. . A nor mal sqvnish 1 distorted enough a distorted normal squash is the thing to the limit in ? 'Toarance Tomatoes at the Walkover tore. from the little pee-weo the currant t the Mir rruiser high grade srinsr bread than ever congregated in one spot at one time. Unfortunately on account of the many peojde passing at this point. It is quite out of the question to try to snitch a leaf. T.eautiful sample of hand carved sewing machine cases in walnut, oak and Mrdseye miple make up the Singer stores-display, and any one of them would be a credit a.x a dining room buffet. Crocks of baked beans- at the As kine k Marine store that would do Justice to tlx- great commonwealth of Massachusetts and which remind one of his regular Saturday noon rations are neatly ranged in front of this store. Brans are not as highly re garded as a food as they should be, but. be it known, a single bean con tains more nourishment than any thing else unless its two beans. PlciHy of llisi-uits. Probably a thousand biscuits re pose in golden crusted and fluffy se renity In front of the well known das otliee. Kvery known species of bis cuit is represented here soda biscuit, salt rising, beaten biscuit, southern biscuit and every mothers son of them is a credit to its baker. As suming that many of them were baked on gas ranges, we should judge that the collective gas company takes great satisfaction in reflecting on the amount of extra gas which has been consumed In experimental work the past week. Ij. P. Hardv Co. have their products very tastefully arranged In the Mer chants' National bank window, and present for our inspection so.r.e at tractive designs in catalog covers, three-color process illustrations, pho tos, envelopes, retouched photographs nd numberless announcements for weddings, funerals and other lugu brious yocial affairs. lso there are samples of type marie on a Monotype machine and other articles ef interest found only in a high grade printing establish ment. A bright coach red is the predomi nating color of the South Rend Toy Co.'s exhibit of rocking horses, carts, wheelbarrows and croquet sets, at the H. A. laindy C Co. store. There were also some children's wicker chairs which looked at comfortable and in viting that one would ri?k getting wedged in for life to try them. Wick er doll carriages almost large enough for bona tide babies with healthy ap petites and lots of squawk were also exhibited. Have Interesting Display. At Chard .rv Tompsett's the Indiana Engraving Co. has an interesting ex hibit of half tone cuts, large copper plates, color work and the lik. Old Chief Ple-Kye scowls at you from ono plate and Prosecuting Attorney Ches ter Montgomery greets you with a much more reasonable, expression from a smaller plate. Brown bread loaves in many fizes and weights are arranged on the sidewalk stand. A herd of gigantic watermelons which would never dare Haunt their alluring sweetness jcuth of the Ma son and Dixon line seem to feel se cure enough in front of Sailor's store. There are Cuban Queens and Indiana Sweethearts and Monte Critos, any ono of which would add about a foot to the perimeter of the respective canal zones of a ?core of watery mo:ithe. youni-sters if tl vy could get tluir hanos or tiiem once. Wf. have at the S. Vo store one of the smallest displays In the expo sition and yet it is decidedly Inter esting. There is a series of cucum bers ranging in size from a teenty weenty little sliver no bigger than a shingle nail up to a hoary old patri arch that would serve all the guests of a summer hotel. Plenty of Peaches. A half grown' grandstand affords comfortable seats for nearly 100 cans of peaches, and from here they watch the passing crowd with amused in terest at the $9.90 store. But they are polite peaches, for not one of them has been heard to make com ments, favorable or otherwise, about any of us human? who chanced to pass. Cakes and cakes and cakes, and then a few more cakes, at Brandon Durrell's. Snowy white cocoanut cakes, but if you prefer any other kind, you're pretty sure to find your favorite represented. Some are lib erally sprinkled with nuts and others are trimmed with cherries, and you would be mighty glad to have any one of them hidden in your pantry where you could go out and cut off a big slice to take to bed with you. (To Be Continued.) F PRIZES IS ABOUT COMPLETED ! Bread Baking Contest in Which Local School Children Enter j ed Was Won by Miss Anna I Clemm, N. Emerick St. .MINKIl STIMi CONFINED IX HIS MINK CKLU CKNTRALIA, Pa.. Oct. 2. Be cause of a severe rain storm which has prevailed all day. causing tall of top into the mine where Thomas Toshesky has been en tombed since last Friday by a fall of coal at the Continental colliery, extraordinary efforts were put forth Wednesday night by the rescuers to liberate the Imprisoned miner. Toshesky, from his prison 100 feet below the surface. Informed Heffner Wednesday night through the ."0-foot tubing penetrating the coal breast from an adjoining chamber, that he had his mining tools with him and that since his imprisonment he had dug away about three feet of the surround ing wall. Mrs. Toshesky descended to the bottom of the mine and listened to the voice of her husband for tho first time in nearly a week. "How are the children, espec ially the baby?" was the first ques tion Toshesky asked. EAT CABBAGE, FISH SAUSAGE. NEW BREAD MUCH DAMAGE IS DONE BY RAIN IN NEW YORK NEW YORK. Oct. 2. A rainstorm that reached almost cloudburst pro portions descended on New York this afternoon, establishing a record pre cipitation that flooded streets, tied up the subway, hampered surface and elevated traffic in city and suburbs for several hours and caused property loss that Ctn scarcely be estimated Wednesday night. Two persons were killed and sev eral injured. Four men were buried in sewer cave-in, but were rescued. Lightning played above the city and struck an elevated train and several buildings, petting fires which the de luge extinguished. " Incoming trains from all directions were delayed, ns cuts and tunneds resembled rivers within canyons. Try a pound of The Phlla's cream candies. Regular price 20c on sale this week 15c lb. Advt. f 13 vi?v2The Store That Does Things!. , - 'S'TZi i FALL EXPOSITION iLU Ti iiVl 1 Kl) J sU .41LJ ON SALE AT THE GRAND LEADER STORE L3 r i 9- I ii Pape's Diapepsin" Digests Food When Stomach Can't Cures Indigestion. bv is at of siz are wa v for , but shoe -i.e the :e of about a foot in circumference. ranced in red. yellow and green piles. SVme of the larpe ones would make excellent mlssi'.es for Halloween r'axtimes If they were allowed to ripen thoroughly ilrst. At the Wilhelm ladies t;iilnr shop street lamp shades, ornamental street fixtures and several br eiN of switch es make up the leo. "uttr display. The opn air exhibit consists of a profusion of parsnibs a vegetable rv nire In soup but in n personal painfully lacking in romance. We have at Hig I-urnuure More ier education handsomely fin ished Sibley tireless cooking Ka range whieh would be an ornament to any Vitchm besides having the added ad-vanta.- of snipping a larce amount r.ff v,ur monthly g:i-i lull. In another window is a gb-'ss cvs full of home made butter In all Mends and fancy moulds, ono Judging fr.m the present prie- of that Maple, that glass eae r-prr.nt? about as large an ir.vest-m-r.t as anv xhiMt in the exposition. Various smri Plow. S'evev.tt-en I.illipuf.an plows and one i.f thrm a solid gold one form a rv interesting chow for the Olivvr rhillrd plow works at tV Vernon clothing store. There i. al-o an an int le.1ft- in which James Oliv.-r made ;!.s rirs: entry January. Outide t one of the largest and al so one of th? smallest plows this company manufactures. 7h Man-From-Home gincrer bread rtand at the Auditorium holds more Perfect biscuit perfectly produced Eternal vigilance is exercised by National Biscuit Company in the se lection of the ingre dients that enter into its products. National Biscuit Company products are perfectly pro tected by being pr ktd in attractive small tins, in pack ages with thefamous In-er-seal Trade Mark or in the famil iar glass-front cans. Wherever biscuit are sold, there you will find the per fect biscuit of the National Biscuit Company. Each variety, whether known as crackers or cookies, wafers or snaps, cakes or jumbles, is the best of its kind. Buy biscuit baked by NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY Always look for that name Practically all prizes were awarded by the judges for home and farm products Wednesday and It is estimat ed that over $.1,UU0 in cash and mer chandise will be distributed among the winner?. The grain and vegetable exhibit prizes were all awarded as were those on baked goods, canned fruits and vegetables. Of the lroh fruit exhibits the apple display at the Coonky drug store yet remain to be judged. The awards made Wednesday are as follows: City school bread exhibits at Wheelock's First. Anna Clemm. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel F. Clemm. 224 X. Emerick st.; second. Kuby Wilcox; third, lleiene Wester velt. Larabee's Pest Hour was used in making the lirst prize loaf of bread. Canned tomatoes, at the Misiit store First. Mrs. William Shirk; second, Mrs. Harvey L.ee; third. .Mrs. F. Mat son, and fourth. Mrs. C. F. iee. Citrons, Fcrndell grocery Miss Xel lie Curtis of Osceola. Rutabagas, South Pcnd Tea and Putter store Henr.v Mathews, first; and F. VanWeisbergh. second. Corn, at Andrew Zeltner's hardware store Charles Fchroeder of Lakeville, first; Mrs. John Wholly. H. R. sec ond, and John Miller, R. R. 2. third. Celery, at Klingel and Kuehn shoe store John Hess, first, and John Prast, second. Hubbard squash, at Clauer jewelry store J. P. Shively. first; Fred r.o bouKh. second; Carl Peitner, third; Miss Faun Iong fourth, and Clayton Krautt. fifth. Crooked neck souash. at Adler's F. Van Weisbergh, first; Jacob Pick rell. second; John Worthan, third, and J. H. Kizer. fourth. Corn, at Qpiro's, Yellow Dent J. Pickrc-11. first; C. U Pickrell. second; Claude Fongley. third: F. A. Zeitlcr. fourth, and H. H. Swaim. fifth. Turnips, at Hamilton Levey Flmr Stroup. first: A. X. Heminger. second. Canned vtg tatdes. South Kable's Mrs. William Shirk, first, with a dis play of 27 varieties; O. C. Simper, second: Mrs. Asa Mathews, third, and Mrs. Rose Atvos. fourth. Tomatoes. Walkover store First, II. P.. White. 1."12 S. Michigan St.; second. Otto F.eyer. 12lo Mlshawaka a v.: third. W. H. Yoder. Rural Ucute. Xo. 6: fourth. S. C. Miller. 517 S. Car roll jt. Potatoes, at Si. Joseph Furniture Co. First, Kd. Manor. Bremen. Car men; second. Fred I.obaugh. Rural Xew Yorker: third. L. Hous?r, Xew Carlisle. Sir Walter Raleigh. Kohlrabi. Pommert & Jay barber shop First and second. H. W. Hall man. P.arred Plymouth Rock chickens. South Bend Rubber Co- first. J. D. Fmmons. South Bend: second. Mrs. M. C. Frame, Xew Carlisle. Apples, at the Fandon Drug Co. Winter Bananas, first. Jacob Friday; second, Oeorge Friday. Rambos. first. Gocrge Friday; second. H. A. Swain. Ben Davis, first. L. H. Jackson; sec ond. F. J. Pickrell. Wolf River, first. W. Walton; second. A. R. Hall. Famu.-e. first. Jacob Friday: second. Geor FridP.v. (trapes. A. & I. Feather shop first, Mrs. H. W. Newman South Rend; second. Mrs. W. D. Pitcher, Buchanan. Mich.; third. Titoo Sixty-si- Fruit farm. Berrien Center. Mich. Canned strawberries. Copp's Piano ctore first. Mrs. F. Scifer. Bremen; second. Mrs. H. Baker, city; third. Mrs. J. A. Newman. Cabbace at Poljh's Furniture house First. W. Xull; second. W. Fare. R. R. 1. city; third. V, Kelley. R. R. 11. city. Pumpinks. at Robertson's First. (Jeorge Battles, city; second. 6 ".2. name unknown: third. Clayton Cruff. city; fourth. 667. name unknown: fifth. George Riggs, Mishawaka. Wheat, at the Citizen's .National bank First. Honzen. Ii. R. 1. city; second. Charles Schraden. Fakeville; third. W. H. Myers. R. R. 8. city. Tinted onions, at the north Kable First. O. H. Swiear. R. R. 3. city; third. E. Auer. R. Ii. Fakeville; fourth. Valley G.irdrn Farm. Valley Farm. Ind. Fcg plant, at Peitner's sheo store First. Otto Pyers. cio : second. W. K. Studebaker. city: third, Fmil Van Vynnesberghe. Pop corn, at the New York Candy store First. M. P. Westfall. Misha waka: second. David Shanower. Mish awaka; third, John Diperts. White corn, at Newman's First. G. L. Pickrell. Mlddlebury: second. J. Pickrell, Mlddlebury; third, XiU Pearson. Donaldson: fourth. F. J. Hartman. R. R. 7. city. Do some foods you eat hit buck- taste good, but wcrk badly: ferment j into stubborn lumps and cause a sick, sour, gassy stomach? Xow, Mr. or Mrs. Dyspeptic, jot this down: Pape's i Diapepsin ' digests everything, leaving j nothing to sour and upset you. There never was anything so safely quick, so ; certainly effective. Xo difference how badly your stomach is disordered you j will get happy relict in five minutes, but what pleases you n; st is that it strengthens and regulates your stom ach so you can cut your laonte foods without fear. Most remedies give you relief some times they are slow, bu tnot sure. "Pape's Diapepsin" is quick, positive and puis your stomach in a healthy condition so the misery won't come back. You feel different'a? soon as "Pape's Diapepsin" comes in contact with the stomach distress just vanishes your stomach gets sweet, no gases. no ! clchiim, eructations of undigest ed food, your head clears and you feel . fine. ! Go now, make the best investment you ever made, by getting a large lif- j iv-eert cas of Paj;'s Diapep.sin from any drug store. You realize in five minutes how needles:; it is to suffer from indigestion, dyspepsia or any stomach d iso r d e r. A d v t . Br AS mm, be o Y. M. G. A. TRAIN WTITTvE WORKING. Mech. Drawing 6 mo...$ 6.00 Bookkeeping TH mo... 10.00 Shorthand 7ty mo.. . 15.00 Com. Branches. ... 7 mo.. . 4.00 Electricity , 6 mo... 7.00 Automobile 3 mo... 20.00 Civil Service 6 mo... 9.00 Com. Law 6 mo... 7.00 English for Foreigners 3 mo.. . 3.00 Mathematics 6 mo... 7.00 If net a member from $1 to $6 must be added to above rates. Inquire for Information COR. MUX AND WAY.VK STS. Friday visitors to the "Fall Exposition" can reap a prize winner You don't have to enter any pumpkins to win but we want every man, woman and child j Wrin vieif fliA Fall Fvnnr r trin'f ilia C . J I Leader. A big surprise awaits you. 10c Bleached Muslin 6c i Yard-wide Bleached Muslin, the heavy quality, reduced 8c GINGHNM5 Amoskeag Apron 3 :i Gingham, yard . . . i flu ft! 7c CAUCOES Standard Grade, nn ,1 L. H. O RVIS FUNERAL DIRECTOR Tjndy Avistant 124 Xort'a Michigan St. nome 5297. Pell 2!7 Rubber Novelties of AH Kinds at THE RUBBER STORE, ) 1 - s Sit hi 4 1 riv 1 6c CRASH TOWELING Cotton Crash Towel ing, spec ial, yard . . 31c DRESS GINGHAM 27 Inches wide, in checks and stripes . . . . i 5ic 12c CLOTH BATTING Free from pure white, yard ..n 7-2CI spos. 50c SHEETS AT 33c Bleached Sheets, ex- O 5 tra good quality. . . . 12V2c PILLOW CASES 42x36 size, u-ell made O lasting quality, each..OC 10c HUCK TOWELS, EACH, 6y2c 30c Bath Towels, fine Meachel quality, extra special 7 at the Grand Leader, each J.C $1.50 CHILD'S DRESSES Children's school dresses, made of finest grade Gala tea, in stripes and checks; sizes 2 to 14 years; Q special $8.50 LADIES DRESSES New fall style, all wool ' serge, in all colors; also ' combination effect plain col-. or waist and checked skirt; special (ft at cj) 1 .rt 1 1 .95 We Sire Originators of Ideas ROBBERS SECURED $4,000 FORT FM ITU. Ark.. Oct. 2. ltob bers who enrly Wednesday dynamited the vault of the First State bank at Dardanelle. Ark., ami escaped after exchanging shut with citizens. se cured approximately $f,000, according t a statement from the bank olTicials Wednesday nisht. .4 i'-'TX'W r n i full 1 f , . ' i i 206 S. Michigan St m ! v lil : l: CI.OTIIIXG for Men, Women Um&lM I ami Children. 81.0.) per ucek i ti 5i ' I payments. Open Thursday and A ?;s?a$ :y I 1 Saturday evenings. ' A XiSP' l i in Saturday evenlnjrs. BROWN'S CO. :!05 S. Michigan Street. UM We Retail at Wholesale Trices ,"- WHWJ1.1 W Mil I... i.p wi I vm m - 1 f y- mcri j'-rjiifc fi it KLJf. 1 '.Ui CHILDREN'S COATS New long Chinchillas; grey, navy or brown; ages 5 to 14 years, f C QK Right Distribution of Right Merchandise at Right Prices, C 0 JUNIOR COATS . New long Chinchillas; grey, navy or brown; 13, 15 and 17; Sl5 coats, special . . . $9.59' 1 i f i itsi.i rj ret r i ft Pi it PHP n IUI m La. We. L J W Ladies, Misses, Junior and Children's Coats arrived Wednesday 1 Hundreds of Beautiful Coals. You 11 save from $5.00 to $1 2.50 on j I that New Winter Coat at this store. SUIT if The celebrated Printzess, J. M. Rrnilv Sr Co. and other New York makes ot suits. teSm. WOMEN'S AND MISSES' SUITS. Tjgf and Surplus Numbers of Beautiful Suits Women's and jMisses' Suits, all the latest stvle creations at makers' cost; Serges, Whipcords, Bedford Cords, Novelties, Cheviots, Broadcloths, etc.; black and all colors; all ' CM OC 4)iU.co 1 -.'TVV WOMEN'S AND MISSES' SUITS. i A eorsreous display of the latest fash- A ions in Suits; such makes as Printzess, !gj Brady's and ' other high-grade makes; yA garments that will fit you correctly and i1 retain their shape. You'll pav from S5 jl to SH) more for a suit that will begin IP is i i THIS IS SOME PUMPKIN John oldktte of Iapaz brought thre larpe pumpkins to the city to entered in the largest pumpkin ex hibit hut found that th prizes were alrrady awarded. Goldkrtte'5 three pumpkin? cover the bottom of a wapon box and the largest one weighs 1"" rounds. They will probably be placed on display at the Spiro store and he will no doubt be given a prize. r r I h,.s. $25.00 to equal this showing CHARMEUSE DRESSES. ' Beautiful New Dresses, fresh from New York; blacks, navy, French blue, grev and terra cotta; 17 CO .cial WOMEN'S SERGE DRESSES. Women's and Misses New Serge Dresses, several styles; black, navy or brown; all sizes; SIO dresses, special $5.85 i-rhFh ly)j-Yr- Jfnb&::iv& 1 '- COAT SALE Hundreds of New Coats on sale .'be ginning this morning at 8:30. WOMEN'S AND . MISSES' COATS. Handsome new Chinchillas, Bou cles, Astrakans, Diagonals, Che.viots and Novelties, large selection, full satin lined; same or better coat than you will see at si5 to S18.50. (T-j n nn Sale price v U.UU WOMEN'S AND MISSES' COATS. Persians, Chinchilla, Astrakans, Boucles, Plushes, Cut Chinchillas, Matelasse, Cheviots, Novelties; black striped effect; regular or stout sizes: black and all colors; 1 7 S25 to S30 coats. Sale ... v '-wU brmti urns Women's and Misses' New Sport ats large colors, speck ecial yu.vu Women's and Misses' Snort Coats, ; Chinchilla, Wool, Plush and all other t new materials; greens, terra cotta, .l grey, purple, brown, tan, navy blue i and French blue; CQ QQ 1 special ?0.00