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if :oti:n sat rn day kvexint.s till mzl :tioi'i:n s vti iid vy kvkmncs tim. lTJTn 1 Read Ris'nt iSftK W W?TB Every LESSEN FIHE LOSS -bJ n ' ii 9 mm - r - L v-wjr tw. trnwrnm r'V'Cj JLJ1 ft M-! 1 Destruction of Property by I ri . I . r k names is uniy a manuesia tion of Spirit of Wasteful-, r.ess of People. r THE SOUTH BEND 'NEWS-TIMES. DUCM WILL 7- - - ...VTSS, T?;-rf . "" H fes :; ;J&S; Wv.. -r - i rv v I Coca -i ftrfagr M Ew E m Tri r Grand resf r"ii raT; .VW ? M -reviVvj h&s: K r-i . z Z'ftii W t- B yNSr 7r. OTie:-1 n . .t . . m- - , - - . . lt f y i i m - ii i - ........ ...... i i .. ... i ' " i ' " ' ' 1 I T 1 '' 1 I O 1 riIII-AI.M-:iJHIA. ft, t. 17. "Th ap;allin yt-arly l.s l.y ilr- in this rotintry is only upc ,:' inany mani- l f stations if a spirit r vast-f uln-ss. tnat h:v.s li-ff)nH an inrainr 1 iart f American thought ami hilit." dc-clart-d William ( I Id tit-Id. s cr tary of commerce, in an aiMrss Thtirfi ty aftcriKwm before tin National I'ire I'rovent ion conference. The task tf fore the cfnference, he paid, primarily, is oin- of cducatifir.. Tht; American people, added the .sec retary, must le taught to open their eyes tefnre los:-;.-s occur in.teatl of after. He adK-atcd the or;inization' of a staff of demonstrators that would be at the .service of a bodv similar to the tire pr". entiorj c'nf erence, whose duty it would be to Ko abut the coun try adoressin legislature, labor un ions, i: bodies and othT organiza tion oki the. Kncral .subject of waste fulness. ,-Jjcy. r.edtie!,! said that in "Wash ington the evidences of carelessness ir. regard to building construction .are amazing. Old records, public docu ments, copper plates of rivers and harbors and other irreparable records, h said, are kept in buildings subject to conflagration. i..t.. .- t. -v . r A.-.u'.rA,if?.j.-.'.;.- . ' . - - .. - - a. - - - i i r - - " - J " - " " ' ".- - r ft (J tlzSi I T ICTURE approximately $35,000 worth of desirable, just-opened merchandise that includes every winter necessity from a Wool Blanket to a genuine Sealette Silk Plush Coat $35,000 worth of Men's, Women's and Children's high grade (yet very low priced) cold weather apparel. Picture what a wondertul assortment you nave tor selection. LI ihat s what this ranuracturers-uutiet oaie means, ourplus stocKs ana sample lines sent us oy rcriy or more or orniciit niuuuiauuiua cnw vic rhuw uiai Y we buy goods for ca&ii for our chain of Eight stores, thereby afford a wonderful outlet for manufacturer and phenomenal prices for consumer. Not all the bargains for Friday and r-. . 1 J i . ii i i r r r d a mh i r AnrD j1 i -l iJ,: K o-f Annual oaturda' are iisieu ceiow cniy a rew uum evex uuc. uiuvnu c.ui tear tiuac waiwiuii uu.ni mc 51 M rrirj:ns. CINCINNATI, l)ct. 17. The f,, How- : ing ticket was nominated and elected ' Thursday at the convention of the . National Association of Tire Insurance ; agents, there being no opposition: ' President. C. F. Hildreth, Freeport. 111.; secretary, Henry II. I'ulman. Ko.--; ton; vice presidents. K. A. Fldridge, j Jetroit; i:. II. Ferry, Indianapolis, j middle western state:? division. i Tlie following chairmen of commit- tce were nominated: J I-J. C. Roth. IJuffalo. executive; J. K. J Livingston. D(;troit, grieunce; ii. K. j Alarkham. St. I.ouis, legislative, and F. C. Warner, h'alein, Mass., organization. Resolutions were adopted favoring j ono cent letter postal and commend- j ing the government f(r punishing wil l ! cat mail order insurance companies. ALARM BOXES PLACED i NEAR SCHOOL BUILDINGS; CoquJHard and I.incoTii .School Now j I'rcparctI to Turn in Alarms. J-Hour Bargains i On Sale 0 to 12 Only Saturday rilorning $1.00 House Dresjes AIUi:s House Sr Ofi GALS r4 Y:' GATUP.CAY Laiii:s- House I r nj.ide of f;ist r-oi-r Jirii- Irs. ldgli neck :i ii 1 l:ig sltwes: all siz4-. e K lie S.lt- f unity iii ni- 33 C Ing only Jsjj l;ati Cl;atis m FLOATING l r.ith s-itp. b! Ue I5.ll- ;.-,. 3iKs i lanm: lftti: iut A SHIRTS in pink and blue striped; cut full and long; Saturday Morning only . . .HtVV l'of l.'V'c ii.. unci.' i..- ...t tan; reduced swcial. i.air UU HOYS 2(c SCHOOL IIOSi:. extra heavy rib. strong and si-rviceable. pair WOMUX'S !c HIST CAPS, made of Cp percales with elastic b ind, each vl U 6! 11c Coquillard and Lincoln schools have both been furnished with more edi cient lire protection, by the installa tion of alarm lire boxes- near each building. Kvcry :-rhool building in ! the city now has a lire alarm box sit uated near it. j H The old alarm box, formerly at thej corner or Allen and F.riek sts.. has been changed to a place opposite the c r Vi r. fi 1 1 kf l i 1 1 i n f i nil r-' 1wkv 1 - w been installed a block west from it! where it was formerly situated thus jirotectlns: that vicinity. In addition to these changes three other alarm boxes have geen added making a total of lKt. South Bend has the best alarm system of any city of the stote. Indianapolis is the only eitj in the state with more boxes?, and South lit-ml exceeds the third city in the state by over .rr alarms. New boxes have been placed at the ioilowing corners during tile past two IM weeks and are now in operation: La- ii salle and Arthur, Navarre and St. Jo seph .and Scott and Indiana nv. Ladies' $3 Kimonos .In (.eiiuine O 4 r O Duck ling i t( Moiw Flan- i ncl and Serpentine "ivpc: Long Kimonos, heautiful new ' fall de sign: trimmed. $1.00 Blankets 69c Heavy Soft llcoee in j.rey with pink or blue striped l)onlois: sics r."72. (Jrcat llur-gain. $3 WOOL DRESSES For Children, ages to 14; of heavy T i An wool Serge. Seotch IMaids, Checks; V f beautiful styles V7J $2.00 PETTICOATS French Sateen, Silk Hcatherbloom or Taf- An feta; deep tailored and pleated embroider- HJi ered flounce, all colors, at S J Men's Furnishings SAYS HUSBAND HAS JEALOUS DISPOSITION Wifn Claim That Hiram .Maddron Th real ens Young Uoy Ylo Spoke to Her. - i At Great Savings Saturday. Men's $1.25 Union Suits $2.50 PANTS Ileavv worsteds, striped or plain, cut full and long. pair 1.69 4 Fine r i :. flee.v lined Fa ion Suits; -lostl i rotcli st vie Speeial W: at a.r. speeial lV,r::!'il JVC Men's 50c Un'wear Fxtrn lieavy t Alleging that her husband refused to allow her t aoeiate with neii;h-L ...x. .... ttkk i'h i'4it asion when the 12- ear-old son of a neighbor spoke to her he ot a sh.it min and threatened the boy. Mrs. Nel lie Maddron has tiled suit for divorce from Hiram Maddron in the circuit court. hen she was ill the physician sent t Maddron to purchase some whisker-:k for medicinal purposes. The wife al- , M leges her hsuband drank most of the i M whiskey before returning home. I lab- ; itual drunkenness in addition to cru- rltv i the eharire I Mrs. Maddron sa.vs her hnsbaiul has M ttld her not to associate with neigh- l bors but t lock herself in the house hj and stay there. They were married Li I eb. 2, 100-, and separated in March. in. j ji fCZ'zi tZrTfo . &&-rrWM-- In dark grey I -- I ,L II II V ..VI -- ' 1 I u Ni t ii r Police Supen- I In pair s Paris iaiter.'. Inir at 17c 39c MFWS ."Or WOtUv SHIItTS: Amoskeag. blue i-h:.n':r:,vs- nn.l bln.-k satee n Work shirts, all sizes MKVS SI I LANM:!. M;HT SHIKTS, made CQp of heavy quality ilannelette w WOMAN SUES MAN FOR ALLEGED ASSAULT Mr. Marie Woi ley Want S2."i.lMMl fi l'rom President of Vct j Tci re Haute P,ank. ti:i:i:f Haiti:, r. i.. . ,. I tui:i:i-. 1 1 a t ri:. r. i.. . t. : ii Lee It. Whitney, pToi,erit of th' State bank of W t T.-rre Haute, naslj- maile defendant in a s.;:t f.-r S-".ueo jJ damages tiled !-y Mrs. Marie Worlcv : 1 of Indianniiolis. v, ho i h.irces that j 1.50 Cedar Mop $1.00 Lace Curtains Has Ion? hmA l'ohs V''1 V:'vf):i:- V-f ill .jT -CLiiila 23c TAP.Li: OIL CLOTH. llegular 2 1? quality in plain white and colors, yard m:sr :!( di'stlfss Mors (ilcd and chemically treated; tits any standard mop stick NottI ii f h a m F a e e Curtains, beautiful n e w rail ia t rern s. Spe- ial pair. . . . 25c WINDOW CoMiplete witli fixtures 69c 18c 14 ic 19c Whitnev assaulted an, I sri' :lv n - U Jurrd her when he attaeke h r on ; Ii a. street in 1 ndianar' -lis M;.r 1" 1 H ! tl Mrs. Worley d-Caros that a man 1 U fht recognlr'd as Whitney u j.t to the ! h Princeton hotel, owned. by her father.;- followed her to tlie street where he ; attacked her. Her husband. Claud-- j Worley. also sued Whitney for 1. ".)'' u damages fr alleged b ss of b..s wife's !J . rv f.-ro 1 1 1 tit l.or iv i'.irit- A Whitney denies that hv was ui!t ! f the alleged assault. MEN'S $1.50 DRESS SHIRTS F. nious "Hallmark" brand, in plain white and color J. plaited dress shirts, coat stle and cut full and long. Special at 89c MEN'S 25c KNIT TIES Silk knit four-in-hand neckties-, plain and combination colors, extra special bargain 17c 11 '$mmL- tesiiSirl pW f f-I, 13917 E? Fall Coals and Suite I I I I w Suits in the Newest Styles; hi Hertford Cord and all wool Serges, with Cutaway and Swallow Tail effect?, coats all guar anteed satin lined, blue, brown, grey and black, etc. The latest models turned out by eustern manufacturers. J13.50to $17.50 Suits, at Grand Leader, $9.9.". 95 si::. ro to SIT.oO Values Coats in Styles in every Larg City in America, swagger, diagonal and other cloths, in V.-1 and custom effect, trim med in arious brails and Bulgarian effects. Never such a bargain right at the start cf a season. At -Grand Lead er, $9.or. a AH Women's and Misses' $25.00 Fall Suits in Fine Poplin, Bedford f.Q Q v h Cord and French Serge Cloths Guaranteed Satin L:ned U $ 9 Colors of Copenhsen, Navy, Mahogany. Etc. Reduced Special tL, $7.50 SERGE DRESSES Women's and misses' all wool Serges and Corduroy Velvet Dress esneat, nobb.v styles with latest trimmings, a wonder- A f& ful offering t& r&:H at $15.00 SILK DRESSES All pure Silk Messaline and Vel vet Dresses, beautifully trimmed model?, all colors, dresses that are a wonderful 7i f bargain at GIRLS' $6.00 COATS These come G to 14 years, hand some wool mixtures, all colors and best -tyles of the .sea son. Special at $1 U'n Suits l'K'f) fetf IS Fleece Lined. Women's $ I Fleeee-1 1 n e d full weight jnion su'tH, neat silk lip ?d yokes, -1 fine rib gar nent. 50 c Flannelette Petticoats 39 in plain and rtriped pat terns; heavy soft quality with scallop ed tlounce. SWEATERS FOR WOMEN, MEN AND CHILDREN Women's $5.C0 Sweeter Coats. ,7V All wool Sweater Coat?, in red, grey and tan. heavy rib quality with military or Byron collar. Choice Kid Gloves -.82.98 Child's $1.50 Sweaters. linCC For Women. 'J'.c val llUOL UfS jn fa;;t t,iaek ar.d 19c pure lisle thread; also tan and white For boys, girls and infants In heaw grade knit Fvron l''.F'-T:-" collar style, all Af). Rf't-- colors and sizes, JC 1- Special 71 Ux.-ri Men's $6.50 Sweaters All Wool extra heavy Shaker knit; high new collar; all col- ors .oimi , 33.98 Infants' 75c Sweaters In plain white and Wool knitted Sacques; extra big value. 97 at sjj ij Women's and Misses $1 Kid Gloves KLl .f I 1 I W. 69c 2-cls.sp style. Come tan, bile and white, special, pair . . . Women's $i.ro 5-3.50 Lcnj? """J1 H;:-s- .j 1 Ladies Hand jid Uloves ua. all pn. Full 10-but- nine Leather ton length; i- a n d leather clasp style; lined; 12 dif- ?ome in black ferent styles to end white; all choose from; s ::es, pair $1.98 Zc. 98c $6,. 50 Newest Skirts SLIT, DRAPED, PLAIN OR TRIMMED STYLES. Handsome New Fall Skirts for wom en and misses in all wool serges, whip cords and Bedford ' CJ QO cords; special at vJf0 $1 QQ Skirts, worth nobby !,(;() nainsook; v.-ool serges, draped in front; button trimmed. $4.95 1; cott Plaid Skirts, made of all wool imported Scott plaid. draped split style. Si. 00 Muslim Gown TrrjTii empihi: and plain STVLi:s Qod grade muslin gowns for Women an! Misses' The empire styles come with embroidercy trimmed yokes, sleeves and waists; some f hive neck embroideiy and ribbon run; special VWv vrr - womi:ns rne m u s.l i n DUAWKKS beautiful wide embroidery trim med rufllles, special . . . .7. u 1 37c si..-n wirm: iirroidery .M FSLIN P!-nTICOATS f A with IS inch liouncing. vj M f special W J 1 ) IB 3-Hour Bargains On Sale 9 to 12 Only Saturday Morning 50c Kimono Aprcns Women's Ki Sleeve imono A pron made f per cales, li.ht a n d dark patterns; all sizes; Satur- dav morning only . Women's 2")C Cashmere Gloves Black Sued jair . , 1 uu 29c f ' ON SALE Jl 9 to 12 r , SATURDAY xl W PILLOW CASF.S ( ir.xP.f.) made ofQ good bleached muslin, ready for use. -rl 1." of good each HKM.MLI) Hli:i SPni:.DS in the Mar seilles patterns, double bed size ."Of lU:i SHKirr (72x00) hand torn. Iin ishetl with :?. inch hem;Saturday morning r.rc i:xti: lahc.i: holl cotton Fatting; pur snow-white Sanitary kind, Saturday morning 57c 33c 16c Market Baskets Genuine imported "Cc market baskets of Peru vian make and colors; large size; one handle, for .,39c 50c SILK HOSE $2.00 Corsets Famous Wilhelmina brand, guaranteed rust proof and not break, new long model 98c For womer, pure threa 1 silk, rein forced heel and toe, black, tan or white 37c $6.50 SPORT COATS Sport coats: for women and misses, the season's raqo, all the now snaues. hcitca back and patch pockets $3.65 f Worth $6 and $7 Now M OTHERS welcome ?uch news as this, for these are suits that defy a boy's hardest wear garments that in Die end will ! worth twice their price. Norfolk coats with full, comfortable knieker trous ers ;made of fine all-wool ca-ssi-mere, worsted or Scotch mate- liajsyjts worth every?nt ff vJ ;7im .4 ;it iui. sture at cl '. Other Bargains T.98 2.98 Regular 12.00 Suits Regular 54.00 Suits r BOYS' HATS New Fall felt hata.Oi Telescope. Sailor & Tlwh Hah" shapes. 39c & Q 1 $2.50 Sweater Shirt! Worth f.Oc. chambrays. etc 9c Coats. L x t r a havy rib. shaker knit. maroon a irray in, ninn: 1.69 $3 Silk Waists Ladies' and Tnisses' handsome all silk messa line and snadow lac shirt waists. b'-;iutiful new fall patterns t chfMise from, i ftO all sizes t)i . y O Hair Svitches values, genuine human hair, Ji inches lonu. full ana wavv. m all natural colors 98c $3 All Silk Messa line Petticoats Have aeeordian jdeat cd tailored Hounc-; American Ceauty, green, black, all colors .... J'.OO Sil Pt tticoats . $1.98 52.98 BOYS' $1.00 KNICKER PANTS Hoys' srhort pints, ail wool worsted and neat mixtures, knieker style. special 69 ti y roxiMTinv sfu'ofs. :'rr. Samuel U. Artr.:; u f In ii r. : ij-oiia, preshbnt of ae Marion r -unty W. C. T. F.. wh- was op. iat. l at Fworth hospital h. re for peri tonitis, remains in a c ritual eonditiop.. She is only slightly improvi d. a!th'i:g'a hope is h'M o!:t for her ultimate te eo ery. AT WTIJILLM'S. ! IllVr.U PAKIv. Charles Fiery, of S. Eighteenth St.. lost a portion of his thumb yester- .l.iv while workinc at carpenter work in '.Mishawaka. Mr. Clery was sawing : oil e. of timber. when his saw j slipped and cut the end of his left ihun.ii otr. Mrs. Charles Keasey will entertain .it dinner today in honor of Mrs. Clif- Mrs. Leo Gore, of All alterations are ma'.e promptly ' -.r,i Mell and and without charge during the Fall South Lend. . t. , - .. ,-. ,v, V. I, r.vans has returned from In- Suit Sab-. f-J...o suits, nou $1... oth- 4hanal,ulis wht.ro hv. hlu3 been tho ers worth 27. To, f..r Cor. week. ILth. i Jeff Sis. Advirt!-v;m nt. Prof. C. Lronson, 1. D.. of Evan- ston. 111., will give an address Sun- Ind.. is spending the week with River day morninsr at the River Park M. E. 1 Park friends, church on "The ' Relation of the Church to the Community", and in the evening he will speak on the "So cial Program of the Church." The Brotherhood of the American Yemen, which was organized in Riv er Park a few weeks ago. will hold a call meeting Saturday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hazel ton on Mishawaka av. They will meet in regular session Tuesday evening at Slick's hall, in South Rend Mia Jessie Leyers of Logansport, J. F. Cassidy of Marlon, Ind., trans acted business here Wednesday. Miss Jessie Leyers oC Logansport, Ind.. is spending the week with River Park friends. J. F. Cassidy. of Marion. Ind., transacted business here Wednesday. Alva Zent pleasantly entertained about 20 young friends at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Zent, of S. Seventh st. Music and ments. A three-course luncheon was served. Mr. and Mrs.' Edward Lusbaugh and 'uest. Miss Edith De?kr. of Los Angeles, Cab. who have been guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Keasey, of South Fourteenth st.. have returned to Elkhart. A. O. Koontz, who has he n visiting his daughter. Mrs. C. M. Rill, and Mrs. S. I. Gleason. has gone to Utah on a two weeks' business trip. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Ch.rk, of Sev enth and Wall sts.. are the parents ;ames were featured iu the amuse- cl a son tern Wednesday, Oct. 13. Miss Lucy Flowers, of Fourteenth st., who has been ill with typhou fever for some time, js reported bet ter this morning. Floyd, a brother of Miss Flowers, is also ill with th fever. J. C. Rowman. of Mi-hawak;i a v.. is at Rrimetield, Ind.. visiting his sif ters. Mrs. Stewart and Mrs. Sir eater. Mrs. If. F. Rrooks will go to Ply mouth. Ind.. tomorrow. C. H. Ward has returned from his farm in Michigan. 17.- - FTOIT KILLER. SPRI.W.FIELU 111.. o. :. i;rur e 11. Mounts, ageu j . . son William L. Mount., a former staff senator from Carlinvi'le, v. as killed Thars dav in an an torn' bile aeeide-.t near Wa rly. Alexander Crawford of Hills' jto suffered a brok.-n sho.il- MA 1 R1 1 . Oi t. 17. Col. Joseph E. Willa: i of Virginia, tlie r.rwlv ap pointed Arm ruan v:n! a.-sador to Spain, arrived here today. He w aj accompanied by Mrs. WilUrd.