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THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES.
iOOPERATIOH AMONG IT JL "Z 7 T.r" - N 7! 1 ? ivV t,;a -ju. Mational Civic Federation to Assist in Plan For Reducing Cost of Living Through New System of Buying and Selling TITSDAY, MARCH 21, 1911. HERS 0 i 0 4 NEW YOIIK. March 2 4. a Vrm era :irt- to bo urm-a 1,y thu National Civic l ilc ration to asit in a plant for re ducing th cost of living ly purchas t ing their .cuppli- anl marketing their! products on the. co-operative .system.) Ad the iirst Hep in thy campaign. Hethj Low, president of the. federation, was j Monday elected chairman, of a de partment on agricultural conditions and rural hettermenv. and authorized to appoint a committee on plan and fccopu. Men and v;omori of prominence from every section of the country par ticipated in the conference which fol lowed a lunch today in the Hotel As ter, speaker included Andrew Car negie, Dr. Albert Shaw, Iaeut. Co v. Sheffield Jnalls of Kansas, Dr. Grace Kirkland of Atlanta, (Ja.; Mrs. Thom as M. weri of Montgomery. Ala., and Dr. Lillian AV. Johnson, department of agriculture. Mepsase.s were real from Ambassa dor Myron T. Jlerrick and Secy, of Agriculturo Houston. Scotch farmers were eulogized by Mr. Carncgio who pointed to Den mark as a model country in the devel opment of soil and scientific, standard ization ind marketing of farm prod ucts "Wo havo made great progress In tho vct in farm'.ng, especially in California," paid Mr. Carnegie, "or ganization Is tho one thing needful in farming, and In California you lind water rights purchased, by one corpo ration and each little piece of ground Kold carried with It a right and title to so much water und this is a part of the property; it cannot be sold sep arately. They buy fill that they use from one agency and maintain their own stores. They bring their products to one combined warehouse and sell at wholesale." ' MEDAL FOR SOLDIER HERO Carried Wounded Comrade to Safety Under Furious Tire. TVASJIIXOTOX, Mar. 2 4. Secy. oC War GarrliMjii Monday ordered Second Lieut. Louis C. Mosher of the Philip pirn scouts to proceed to Manila to receive the congressional medal of lienor awarded "for voluntarily enter ing a cleared space within about -0 yards of the More trenches on June 11. 1 0 1 :i, under furious lire and car rying a wouudvljBohlier to safety at lilt' risk of his own life." TO DISCUSS Y. M. C. A. T. II. Ilci-ner To Speak at Men's Sup per Club. COSHKN". Mar. 21. At the Men's Supper club next Tuesday, Mar. L't, which is the regular meeting of the seewnd section of the club T. II. P.eis ner will spak n the V. M. C. A. problem. Mr. l'.eisner has been se lected by the tate association to pre sent this topic in an informal way, showing .what a modern Y. M. C. A. means to a city. It is not the intention at this time to start a financial campaign. Through the oiirtesy of John Iloyts, '.he (loshen cafe will be thrown open to the pub lic at T::'.n so that all who are in terested in this subject may hear Mr. Keisner's talk before the club without charge. A. '. Weaver will preside. RED MEN TO ENTERTAIN Tcnty-fie P raves Coming IVoin Klkliurt. COSHi:. March 2 1. Fled Men of Tenowanda tribe of loshen are pre paring to entertain about 2 braves Irom Iilkhart Tuesday night. Two weeks ago the loshen Red Men vis ite( in the b'de of their Klkhart tliren and the latter fixed upon Tuesday evening as the date upon whvh they would return the call. There will !. a social session and smoker. 1 ;ei r sbmonts will be served. 4 AMUSEMENTS NECESSARY So Averts Pastor at Ministerial Asso ciation. TV. at amusements are essential and i.eeessary in everyday life was the as f rtion of Hi v. M. II. Appleby, super intendent :' 'the Methodist churches of this district in an address at the Ministerial association. Monday morn ing at the Y. M. C A. He declared that the churches she lid not undertake to suppress the amusements of the city but should only try to direct and urge a eon serva'u'e regulation of them. Kov. Mr. Appleby re. id the principal paper and comments were made by several of the pastors. DOESN'T LIKE VACATIONS Kock Island Head Has ,lut One in 31 Years. N1-:V YORK, March 2 1. T. M. Schumacher, chairman of the Keck ; Island, does not rare for vacations. "1 nave jui rciuiiau unm i t i.ik. -t nation I haw- had in my M ars 'f I f railroad work." said be, and 1 can. ; J say that 1 don't like them. 1 Mr. Schamaelier sas there is no J j banire w v.x- Keck I-.and situation. ! at I e'o-w-; the railroad will pull l n i o i; u ; i in trie r i.1. THOUGHT HER A BURGLAR Mother shoot-, :,-Year-Old Ifcuishter t' i to Death. i PAld't'AH. Uy.. M;n !i 21. Mr l - l. .Mrs. j, a:d ki'ded 1 Adrle. V, hi n I' .1 . V. .1- on M.-nday h"t .... t . 1 . 1 a ..)...,. -!: iii::o..'!k b r for a bur-'lar. I J .u i or t r .urn. 1 - f K. h trd Siu-en ara'.rist '': j h'i in.. ' :n ! . r ana .Ma nata.oi ar- rafa.oi ,;r- t j atd for M.p.i!ay. i1 . . i : ; i . I: v. as v. .-r.t to - i : i r i .urt int-ad - the pa! ii - ::-:;.!: for a t 1 1 :: : . .f j e'il. fli.T 111' (O-ri'V T.li- i .!-. b'l't V 4 1 ' ' J V X s- J '. t c .J & ' :ysk k 111 t.y FBfaMf 3 The Mother Hubbard best arranged Kitchen Cabinet you can buy at any price. Ex actly like illustration. Made with solid oak front in waxed golden oak finish. Large base with cupboard, shelf and three drawers. Aluminum extension top work table. The upper cabinet is fitted with large flour bin with sifter attached. Also has a metal sugar bin on iron swinging arms. The entire front is fitted with art glass. Sale price 1 CAN CALUMET BAKING POWDER f 1 141 $ 'J O AM 0 B ATM ''fX 3 1 JaaSKufcatoMil 1 Pound Smith Bros.' GOLD BRAND COFFEE (Riverside Blend) Two Loaves Schulze's Bread WILSON'S POUND CAKE ,rr -'. 1 C J t Bl IK 1 .11 ku v;i ff Usefial Mo'usehoBd Prcdocts deeded In io.is-rao tarm t cqq Two Loaves Schulze Bread. 1 can Runkle's Coca. 1 can Calumet Bak ing Powder. 1 package Washing ington Crisps. 1 package Fould's Macaroni. Given Free Wi The above household needs given absolutely free with every Mother Hubbard Kitchen Cabinet sold, either at the price quoted above or other higher grades. pvjpnf In addition to the above with every $14.95 Cabinet pur- Evfr LAW 8b chased one Brussels Rug 27x54 inches, absolutely free. hi mux " V V- '-. J w -jC. 1Mb.. - .. 1 Pkg Loose Biscuit. i.f w ; y - x T '. i 31 to-i; 1 Can Milk. 1 Can T'" '.1' - i - -- - - n . i rt mt r hi ' i ri i 1 , , J , ':r ll'f f i i 1 f r 11: ; ' - ' I- H'.iwmi "W IJ '." v E ' . ' - V -- ' L - - .-J (siid wJ Vr-: i-;:vy.-: 1 ; :UiW 1 K: V.lv i?- Yd ' :! Y i ;,Vd i ' , -.-.illUJ , ! 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