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r THE STORE THAT DOES THINGS. Ayer's THE MODERN GENIE. Vigor Just 2 little care and small expense, that's all. Isn': a head of rich, heavy hair w.)rth hile? Ask Yoiir Doctor. .--Vm. SUPREME COUNCIL OF MASONS IN ELECTION r H ft B V w n 4 R E 3 ' fl 1 i I It's easy to see why Hundreds of Women and Misses are ! THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES. lIUiioUMii v -Jy - V,-rA ( "was this Gnit c;oon r th ; A ' V TH-NAft? not om your, lite-? KZJ ) -u. t. "J)IDCHT HAND tfl A BONCM i' - ,,"') CfCHAHQ T'BUY PcaTSR-HOOSt STtJ l!' CJtS!,MT IT AWTOU TH" WAY ?3 17 i 'rfyj?"-. S 7K' PMCt tATS KEEPS OP f '-5 rj-TTt-'t ----- , , , Jl Richard Gordon, Leading Man Once Worked After a few minuts' chat with llichard Gordon, leading man of the .hucille IiYerne company, one learns the yoan actor has compressed a lot f experience into his short but suc--'-ssUil carter. "I don't care to ie interviewed, for I was a reporter some lime ago on the New York World, and o;i know a newspaper man doesn't are to talk for publication." argued .Mr. Gordon. "I guess I gained some experience in the 'greenroom' of life while trying to get 'scoops" for the World. I have ;:aind a little in the 'green room' of the theater." Mr. Cordon claims the distinction of never playing a minor part in any play since he lirst went on the Mage. "You know I got into the theatrical profession by having my bluff called. My uncle who was in one f the government departments in Washington, offered me a position in the Philippines. I said I wouldn't go. mid would go on tho stage. I had no intention of doing so then, for I was blutilng. "'All right,' said my unle. 'I'll ar range that for you.' Forthwith he ,ent me to the Sergeant School of OF THE COUNTRY Pres. Wilson and Secy, of State Bryan Praised for Work by Speaker at Methodist Men's Convention. INDIA NA P IJS. Oct. j '.' . That "'A e now hae a Christian man in the ' hite hous-; an administration of Sabbath observance in all tlu- depart ments of the go-ernme-nt", and that Pre--. Taft's administration. "repie-.-ntt'i! irior.- su b -'T i r.ry to the li'pior :!itT si.s anl other bad comldaat n: ihan a;i other in American history", were the d i '.i rations of Dr. clarence True WiU"n ,,t' Topeka, Kas.. secretarv f th' T-m ;n ranee stciet" of the "Irthi il i-t -.-huri li. who addreed th Nation. tl cor'. tit ion of Methodist M' m Jiere Tueda af terv.oo:;. I'r. Wi! -n d .-l.tr. d that Pies. Ta't nailed until tl;e : . i niiri'iTe. w h n he hoped Cole would ht no tiiue for r cousiderat ioTi. befol o vetoing tile Webb lii;:or bill and s ud that his ad ministration "wIit d".vj; r. feat be Tieath an aaian. !;e ., ir.''".L-:;ant pro test, siieh as t; . r has en duplf-ated in the Cnited Staf-."' Christian l.cail r. "A great 'hrist;ai leader i sec:- -t.iry f state t:o.v." i -out in led Dr. Wil son. "ur former se.-retary of state i..... 1 t, n.l i.i't li tt.,t. t . . !l ...... I l" ' ' "l o. .ni .liii-'i- .ran consuls, notirymg tnem o; J.rew- rs" coji ent ion and rder:nir th-etit o invcticatt and s-. w hat th.-y cnuld I do to increase tb.e exportation of American beers to their . oWntr.. William J. Bryan wbl neer do that. "When Mr. Bryan calls th- repre- CHH STIfli MEN NOW IN CHARGE Kentntive.s et the nations around hi- . an elevator on w men wieu pape: liosp;t:bl board, he- serves the sir.AaS leir.- tak n from th.e ba?emut kmd of gr.pe juice, w ir.. h was u--d :n!t,, rairftine !n the days r jv-sus. An.i 'Tien a lew newspapers comi:.ea;ea . . ..... j . Mr. Bryan made a reeeh that ias hard around the v.or'.d; aral Tiry.n's rap.- Juice became as j-opular .s iar.s-a:J buttermilk.'" Dr. Wilson said under the present admir.itration. :ill Krrc shops liae ' rn rloed in th Pa.naii'.i zop.e. and the battleships of the na forbidtlen to carry alcoholic liquors on board. lie declared the s- of ti-Tiiperanee iad r i ( i .-d a k'reat uplift. W. L. Ha', en of New York, secre tary r,f Ann rican Pible jsociety of the Mthod:st ohureh. deelured that the I'.ible th KTft a test missionary be I uic "it is thA unsullied mirror f Jttua Chr'sf, and m:td- ;. pba for Hard For "Scoops" Dramatic Art in Xew York. I studied there and graduated v. ;th honors. J-r some time in the early part of my studies. 1 never inclined to the stage. Then I thought 1 would seriously consider becoming an actor. "After graduating I was given a lending part in The Village Postmas ter', then I wa.! engaged as leading man in 'The Wolf, a Shubert produc tion. 1 stayed with the Shuberts for three years playing in Xew York and all the leading cities. When the all star cast with Hattie Williams in the leading role, was put on in New York in 'The Girl I Could Not Leave Be hind', by Charles Krohman. w;ls a member of the company and was suc cessful." Mr. Gordon was leading man with the Percy Harwell Stock company in Toronto in the summer of ll0!, subsequently he joined Francis Wilson in "The F.achelor's Paby". Mr. Gordon is not only a clever actor hut he is a tine looking young man and has already mad" a big hit in the part of "Pud Haines" in "A Gentle man From Mississippi" at the Audi- tor'. um. more funds to send the IMble to all parts of the world. I'd gar Blake, Chicago, secretary of tile board of Sunday schools, objected to what he said was the practice of some churches of paying more money for the church music than was given to the Sunday school work. The .Negative Attitude. The negative attitude of the public J educational .system toward the sub ject of religion is the most important reason for the slow growth of the church, according to Dr. Thomas Xieholvon of Xew York, secretary of th- board of education. He said there were many educational institutions in which religion was not even an elec tive study. H alo named the auto mobjl one of the causes for poor ehurfdi attendance on Sundays. P. J. Maveety of Cincinnati, secre tary of the Freedman's Aid society. ; made a plea for th ducation of the! Xogro and Dr. Ward Piatt, and Dr. Fharh s M. P.oswell. h--ecretarls of the Hom Missions and Church Cxt nsiou bv)ard. told id their work and the lived of more funds. Dr. Boswell Urged the need ! " lie iui i 1 oi hoed chun h. s" in th.. , iti s Bishop w. i' l Oldham, seereiary of tie board of f.,r-J eign missions. toM of the work in for- e'gn tlelds ami th- r. e-i of more mis-i sionaries. I Bishops C. W. Smith. St. I-nuis. audi Carl Cranston. Washington. D. C. pre sided Tuesdav afternoon and snecial i music was furnish.ed by the riaim l'niv rsity ouintet of Negr- rr.n from j 'r angeburg. S. C. The speakers at . . : 1 . . . liKiu s t me!i!iir were I. shoo W n . . rcoti I . Clwin H. Hug -.'.n i :-ar..-.s.-o. on "Tlie Nation", and Bislo'M Homer C Stunt', of South Ann r't a or, "An ! A.,ak. r.el World." ; SUES PAPER COMPANY : FOR S2.600 DAMAGES: j 1 .K i . Ph .. Oct. 1".'. - Te- mamling j.'.'b"' for person tl - r: . . - . . . . . to have ic. eued Juiv 1. last. Leo S. Beam has tiled suit in the I'-Iknar; siipi rior cout. auair.s- tlV Blkhart i'aper Co. ir, iiis complaint. Mr. B-.m: allege , , . , , , !h;U ,,rl iu" ,,alH -l'd he was on the rirst door of the factory: that mi,, ides of tlo elex ator were tin- Ki-.ardd. which was known to the defendant r.nd unknown to the plain tiff: that his foot was pushed over the ed;;e of the elevator and caucht Vetwe-n the elevator and the floor, the fooi beir.sr cn:sh-d, ar.ii .Ml. Beam permanently disabled. P-.er bss of time $2c is demanded, foe MUiteritiC. f.'P and for disability. 5 JIIIH, mmi: iu-:m:it. William iieil. Woodward av a driver for the City ieam laundry, who! visit the Canadian plant of the Oliver! was burned about the arms and chest j 1 hilled plow w orks at Hamilton. Ont.. Mop. day nlKht as the result of an ex-'from which point he will make a trip plosion of a Kasoline tank of an to .some of the pep era I agencies in the a utmdtile. Is somewhat imprctd. GANAL IS FINE Sen. O'Gorman and Acting Secy, of War Breckenridge Take Issue With Statement Made by Frenchman. WASHINGTON. Oct. "I would rather take the word of Col. Coethals on the Panama canal than the word of this Frenchman," said Sen. O'Gor man. chairman of the senate inter oceanic canals committee, respecting the statement of Philippe Hunau Yarilla. the French engineer, that the Panama canal is a "second or third class pi.-ce of work." j "I think no one disputes the state- j ment that American engineers stand foremost in the world," continued Sen. O'Gorman. "This statement is inconsistent with another credited to this Frenchman to the effect that Col. Goethals if a Frenchman, might be elected president ; of France. Certainly a man who had : done a second or third class piece of, work could have no claim on that honor." Acting Secretary of War Breckin ridge took issue with the French en gineer. "The Panama canal as it now stands is one of the finest pieces of engin eering in the world." he said. "The locks have been most carefully constructed and I am told that it would take an earthquake more se- j vere than Panama has yet exper- ; ienced to impair their usefulness, j Shocks reported from Panama about j three weeks ami were stronger than they did not damage the delicate machinery of the locks in the least. "The canal at present can accom modate the largest ships afloat and there is a margin of safety which will j taKe care oi even nirner sieainers , should such be built in the net few! vears. 1 he oattin onm is a staucniy built piece of masonry which will withstand the ravages of time and will remain as a lasting monument j to the genius of American engineering j skill. " ! ; PRESIDENT TOO TIRED rnCO! Utl ' ' ' ' , i TO GREET CROWDS; (.ie Onlei That Train Make l.ojig stops on Way no ,n Capital (l N LAI'D TDK !M;i;siDi:NTS ...... ,v j u in-;v V i i u t ...... . . Apparent v tired iy ;n: n ce-sity : i rroi..r.ge.t iiaiai -lotKiag at eerv .ta- i I tioii er.ro :tc. irf -. Wilson Tuesday ae older:-" to th- oMici.ils in charge of his special tram t eliminate all further stops on return trio to 'a-hin-ten. . e,o,.i of inoiv ihan ..t cha,;.,i:... .. o'!u'',v,.;'.,i':-' ..ll.-v. tile tram to stop :ao: than i"o seconds atid b-l i t b. known tha' :' is anxiou- ;o i oid all 1 i;i :he- nand-shaking un Diie. See re of te,eman;s in centra !!:- tions on his Mobile i?-oh t!ooded the pi . -idetii's -piial train Tin .-day. Many of them eha ratcerized it :'.s the grNt-"t state paper of the de ade. victikTof"wreck dies ... i imon . I)ai a Hurt in t vidotu at Muncie. .MfNc'lK. Ind.. Oct. S.'aon J. j Davis of Pa: ixer ':t. Ind.. w ho v.ar injured in the Indian? rr.lcn traction wiock near here :a?t v.-e-l-;. died a; a hospital of hi? injuries Tuesda. He was injured internally. Davis' was the recond dalh due u the accident. Tonoy laindbeTi?. another of ti-r-wrck victims, is in a critical con dition and his recovery is doubt fid. TO VIIT PLANT. Joseph I). diver, jr.. has uone to Canadian northwest. I lliiiidrcwlth Annual S.ini f SMit- tt-h Kite Hody !lr!l .it v York "Uy. I Nr:V VUK'. not. :?.At th IfiOth j Hiinu.'il --.J'jn of th Siiprome council. .'..'(l (Jfrc of th .rottili Kilo of ' Freeia5jnry fr the United State?, j lielri her Tuesday, the follo-ir. of- ric'is were eif-onid: ! M. X. Hayliss. WashlnRton. 1. C j sov ereign Krand coinmancler; Jusiali I H. I.ncr. Hcstoii. lieutenant srram! foni'nr: r; 1'harles S. Webster, Wor-Kecrr-i. Majs.. i;rand nuni.ster of state; HoMen . Hill. Proviuenee, Tl. I.. tr ..surer eiu nil: Marcus V. Morton, t I TovideiK e. K. I., rand .secretary iUnr.'ti: Walter Seymour, Newark, j X. .1.. :'rand keeper of the archives; i 'e iiiucr i . Sherman, Providence. U. j I., errand master jen rpl of ceremon j !.: William K. liisl-y. Haverhill, i Mas--., ratid marshal general; John H. : Mesenjrer. Syracu?e. X. Y.. srand ; .-tar.darti learer: John V.'. P.ean. Ilav- erhill. Ma.s.. prrand captain of the uuiarii; Thomas . Waller. Lowell, Muss.. ;;rand penec)ial. j ARREST MAN WANTED i FOR THREE ROBBERIES KLKHART. Ind., Oct. 2J. TharKTod twith burglarizing three stores at Ken jriallville Monday n'mht and wanted I at Goshen lor failure to kc-ep his agreement to report and support his i wife when prosecuted for wife de- j portion, riyde Marsh of Kendnllville i was arrested in Kra urs saloon. Kik - hart. 1 y Sheriff header Tuesday. i Marsh arrived in Elkhart on hake ! Shore train "T, at :'.:40 Tueslay ; morning. The sheriff. who had a 'bench warrant issued by Judre Drake yesterday, received notice from Ken dallville this morning that Marfh was wanted for burglary there. The prisoner was taken to Goshen by the .-her iff. 43 Years Old on Savings L iJ Deposits South Bend National Bank CAPITAL $100,000 SUKPIAS KAUM'.'h 110,000 DIIllXTOllS Lucius Hubbard Haven Hubbard Mynm Campbell Marvin Campbell Kobt. S. Campbell Fred II. Badet Arthur L. Hubbard. Prompt, courteous treatment to all, from all. always. M n Savings .i AJ Deposits g 43 Years Old mm 11 DaJly Tntlnc tu C&acs L. VI. ttoQA UN UNDERTAKER 833 S. Aflcliljran 8U Homo Hione nail; lleH Phone 5 i EYES EXAMINED t-m -wt r r... of Drugs by H. LI5M0NTREE 69Utb land's Letidtnc OptemerWt ami Manufactnrin Owtldka. 222U Miclibjan Btrert. pom Pbone fcC. BrlJ Pbou til. aUj txom to 13JR A. IL U. Public Drug Store Forced Out Sale iJ I.vcry Patient a Booster for SWEMj The Chiropractor. Hay Fever. Dean Building. Home Phone 2or5. FUNERAL DIRECTOR I I furnlsa th complete equlD ment, from th Arwt cU to tht burial. a nolli Theme 2t9 to. EL Jo BL IMS 1 HARRY L YERH1CK 0 motMMMWMBW MMMHnWMMMMMM STnl . - j Thousands of Bargains for Girls, Men and Boys, too, During n A Semi- An'u'l a tvent f. WOMEN'S $1 fleece lined Union Suits at 69c is a bargain rarely seen they're often sold at 89c and sometimes 79c, but seldom for 69c. That's only one of the Grand Leader's unmatchable offerings during "Manufacturers' Outlet Week." Smart new fall Long Kid Gloves for women at $1.98, in white and black. $2.50 all silk Messaline Pet tirnatR at 51.39 and so on. At everv turn in this store a remarkable offer awaits vou. U . - . , . , 1 1 Why not get the nabit of coming here and saving one-third fl you need? Coats, Suits, Dresses, Skirts! Read the Prices: EXTRA!! 13.50 to 17.50 Coats $7.50 Dresses $3.00 Skirts 13.50 to 17.50 Suits (c Q Women's and misses t, . Cr w omen an.l mi.es, $0 Oport of all-wool soree, women and sizes. The new Swagger diagonals and ,, . . , r . nts misses m wit. Bfdfoni crd and all- oau others, in three-quar- silk nvsaline -" wo.i serg. s. in nobby Fr women and ter aml fu11 length, draped trimmed rutawav and rwallow -niise-i in wool trimmed handsomely cordurox eiet. f.fft.t,ts hu, worked natch h am,vnul- new styles, neatly a . wool ser.e b r o w n. Copnhac-n worsted. patch ganan colorings. Never t Mack, all g;;aran- pockets and belt- such coats as these for trimmed an1 honey coma satin lined. All ed, all colors just check, now $3-95 $9.95 $4.85 $1.95 9.95 . ( Corsets, 33c Women's 75c Long iri Model Corsets, of heavy coutil; has four, strong supporters attached: new (1 and fashionable models, special for 33c a li Women's 50c French Prassieres. tight fittin llllllln 37c corset cover, cm- broidered and rib-trimmed . . . . $1.50 double Hose at 16c and gray; borders . . Women's 25c Silk Lisle Hose, full fashioned, reinforced heel and toe, in black and tan, pair only 16c ?ray: 35c Infants' Hose Wool Cashmere Hose for infants, tine rib, white and black. $6 All 18c Full pair and blue bor ders, pair . . . Rompers 36c Children's Fine 50c Flannelette Bo m p e r s, come with high, void preventing necks. and long, warm sleeves, trim corner Nev med prettily; all this wear, week these O 50c rompers i for UV shirts uv.'l drawers, gur rner, at . . . . Where Will You 75c Serges &. Cashmere, yd. wide. Come in all wanted. n-w n!! sha.is all wool material. AO for Friday, yard lt&Kj 8c Standard Apron Gingham, all sizes checks, 1 yard Zm2j 12c Outing Flannel, extra heavy quality in liPfht and dark Q striped patterns. "tta fit special, yard VV $1 Nottingham L?ce Curtains, beautiful new f.ill pat terns; extra special pair 57c : t f g l m S ' " EYES EXAF11KED FREE UU6K nttnl at Modem lrlcc &AtLsfctlou GiuLrmateed. Tt 1S7I9C0 Ti.a 11. ,i j i.m'V DR. J. BURKE &C0 I.adlnc Opttdajrw of fiorlheru. llUU -2S' to. MIcHUui bicnajij to U b; Appotnuncuu NOTICE: : Wo lnplicat any loa tne fame day. No matter who titfCt I Try NEWS-TIMES WANT ADS o i in li li k B U ki 1 yuoid - - - . . . .. . f? S (Ci pT ri ' X Wh F-h 'rirCKn pJ:tA Wfo rlh - ,ii ', , I, tt I " li - ' i - - - ' - m h ilijinii 'tilt ' J o w rv ine oveacer Dargams Infants' $l.r0 all- Women's $f.oo Children's Ji'.n" wool Sweaters. Sweaters. heavy all wool Sweaters , ' rib Norfdk and fancv knitted hlsli collars, rod. ,. sUl,., ., N.rf,.lk ,.tv!,,,, in r..98c :r":?:.$2.93 a $1.29 Blankets! Comforters! Housewives, hotel and rooming house man agers will do well to buy at these prices: Blankets, Full 50c Crib ben s:ze. in tan I nfan t s w oi ii 79c lilankets. Special Blankets. the full double bed si.e, come in white, tan and AO Comfoi !! . -ottr-n idled. dea size, silko'in--covered .... special $3.50 large size heavy sateen Bed Comforters, beautiful floral design border, C;3 0 sanitary cotton filled t$ hJ JjP Wool Blankets , 75c Feather double size, in junk ' 1 - J lb. Death iii pin a $4.95 tancy tickings. r.e i , .. : ; e, $1.50 large size, fringed, cut tied Spreads, extra special Fall Underwear For Women's 50c Under- j B o y s' G9c rib fb vcr- 'In-1 rib r- ' ' 'o ; : size; Th .ir.-ia . ij'ii,-' ot 37c Find Domestic Prices "j 25c Large iize Broom? I "or Tluirbiy Special f 1 1 5c Cake Armour Toilet Soap, 50c Dustless Floor Mops, oil treated, large 'I size, special at . . J. J Try NEWS-TIMES WANT ADS j Public Drug Store p Forced Out Sale ILOTiUNG for Men. Women ; l!1jlf.f l fill vr . Saturday errnln. BROWN'S CO. 305 S. Michigan street. 14 2C g : ,! Ji A I i Semi- I An'u'l Event , f , . to one-halt on everything - Girls' Dresses Girls 75c Handsome ly styled Percale School Dresse-, ( sines ' t Dl i. trimmed i:; on- 49c t r.u-tinL; olor-. Spe ial a: ... Famous F -orris .,... V . .1 " I. II - I.'. all sizes. C A g T::1: i! Blankets imp ri t) Kid Gloves Women's SI Fall Kid Gluo s J-cla o stl. in Ida. -. and tan. ')i'.i oi.d ' ' l l ' 39c sanitary de bed $1.69 .pi.tlit . Ppe. ia!. p.-iir ........ 59c I! r Women's 35c Cnuh- t:i i i ii i ,,:'. : '.' e.1 , 24c 1 Pillows i;a. ome ;e, C i M r Pillow 1 l.iel a u I u i a iair . o 37c QAgsl HnilQPnrPQQPQ li j -y j i - - wwww ; House Dresses for f ... You womon jj r a b i i ;. rv . -- t .rerty v.::f.r.i ..... h Heavy! !.i"U a?e "Vi. 39c;?;-:'::..43cil That Equal These? Genuine Romper Galatea Cloth, J 50c Bed Sheets, size 72x90. bleached ready M for use 0 ji he bleached :hHkf;r rlajinci, 'x- f 1 1 Z V 4 W 25c Largo Roll Cotton Batting, r-: IOC GET A j GAS RANGFI NOW I GAS CO. v 9. I a 11 o Jttu u.v' t k aKj;n cr. HIRAM C KRIECHBAUH il FUriCnAL DIREOTOn !'-- H e ?-tl n PATENTS Asi Tni Marki Obtained In all Countries. Advice Fr. GEO. J. 0LTGCH. If!Mfr,a Pa;?r.t Atty.. T1U 9X1 bluciLakcr U:Cg HuaUx X&f I 71 i n (i n 1