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TO PATRONS OF THE NEWS-TIMES WANT AD COLUMNS with every want ad amounting to 25c ordered inserted in The News-Times this week The News-Times will give an order entitling the advertiser to one good seat at the Orpheum Theater for any performance dur ing the week except Sunday. All advertisements must be paid for when ordered at the regular rate of 1 cent a word for the first day (both editions) and one-half cent a word for each day thereafter. : ONE FINAL WEEK OF MOTION PICTURES ARRY Business Has Grown More and More Anxious as Result of Criticism in the Past Ten Years. WASHINGTON, June 26. Pres. Wilson in an address to the Virginia Ktlitorial association on Thursday de clared that he would not turn aside from his anti-trust program and that the trust legislation must and would be passed at thin session of congress. The president expressed the belief that a business revival is near and holds that with the passage of the trust bills an Immediate business boom will follow. He declared that a question mark has been troubling busi ness for the last ten years and that uncertainty should bo ended. His ad dress in part was as follows: "During more than ten years busi ness has been the object of sharp criticism in thA United States, a criti cism growing in volume and growing in particularity, and as natural con sequence, as the volume of criticism has increased, business has grown more and more anxious. "Husiness men have acted as some men do who fear they will have to undergo an operation and who are not sure that when they get on the table the operation will not be a cap ital operation. A3 a matter of fact, as the diagnosis has progressed, it has become more and mom evident that no capital operation was necessary; that at the most a minor operation wis necessary to ovo admitted distempers and evils. Fever Has Increased. "The treatment Is to be constltu f r ttl either than surgical, affecting holta of life and action which have been hurtful. For on all hands it is admitted that there are processes of business In this country which ought to be corrected; but the correction has been postponed and in proportion to the postponement the fever has increased the fever of apprehension. 'First there was the tariff and business shivered. We don't like to go in; the water looks cold, but when the tariff had been passed it was found that the readjustment was pos sible without any serious disturbance whatever. o that men said with a sense of relief, Well, wo are glad to get that behind us and It wasn't bad after all "Then came tho currency reform. You remember with what resistance, with what criticism, with what syste matic holding back, a large body of bankers In this country met the pro posals of that reform and you know how. Immediately after its passage, they recognized its benefit and its beneficence and how ever since the passage of that reform, bankers, throughout the United States have been congratulating themselves that it was possible to carry out this great reform upon sensible and solid lines. Tho Samo J Irritation. "Then wo advanced to the trust program and again the same dread, the same hesitation, the same urgency that the thing should be postponed. It will not be postponed and it will not be postponed because we are the friends of business. We know what we are doing; we purpose to do it aindor the advice, for we have boon fortunate enough to obtain the advice if men who understood the business of the country; and we know that the ffect is going to be exactly what the ffect of the currency reform was, a sense of relief and of security. "IJecause when the program is fin ished. It is finished; the interrogation points' are rubbed of: the slate: busi ness Is given its constitution of free tlom and is bidden go forward under that legislation. And Just as soon as It gets that leave and freedom there will bo a boom of business In this country such as we have never wit nessed In the United States. "I. as a friend of business and a servant of th country, woudl not ilare etop in thl program and bring r n another long period of agitation. Agitation longer continued would be fatal to the business of this country und If this program is delayed there will come agitation with every letter in the word a capital letter. The choice is a sober and sensible pro gram now completed, or months upon months cf additional conjecture and danger. Matter of Conscience1. "It is a matter of conscience as well ns a. matter of largo public policy to do what this congress I am now cer tain is jroing to do, finish the pro gram. And I do not think that it Is going to take a very long time." A statement was issued Thursday from Secy. McAdoo's oRice declaring that the country is generullv pros-It- rous. "Bufir.es is Vpotty in gome places." say the statement, "particu larLv In thne industries and supply houses which depend largely on rail way orders, but there are siirn of de rided improvement even in this field." No comment was made at the de partment on the failure of the II. It. riafiin company of New York which carried down with it more than a fcore of department stores in various sections of the country. Comptroller Williams. however, stated th.it while a number of banks neld the paper of the CluUin concern none of them would be seriously af fected bv th failure TRUST PROGHRH SHIS PRESIDE11 U3 i! tt b b The Greatest Love Story ever written, featuring William Farnum and Kathlyn Williams in Thrilling Scenes in the Alaskan Gold Fields. MATINEES 2:15. EVENINGS 8:15. ADULTS 25c. CHILDREN 10c. ADDITIONAL SPORT JONES WINS FOR ADRIAN Holds Hattle Creek to Iur Hits and No Huns. ADRIAN, Mich., Juris 2C. Jone-s hold Iiattle Crook to four hits Thurs day, shutting them out, 5 to 0. Wal ters had two bad innings, two triples and a double scoring three for Adrian in the third and three passes .scor ing two in the first. Hattle Creek ..000 000 000 0 4 2 Adrian 203 000 00 5 5 2 Walters and Malcolmson; Jones and Uowden. FLINT DEFEATS JACKSON Umpire Coto Calls Hrother Out at the Plate. JACKSON, Mich., Juno 26. Flint won a listless game from Jackson Thursday, 4 to 3. Jackson's chances to win were killed when Umpire Joe Cote called his brother, Leonard, out at the plate on a close decision. Flint 112 000 0-004 11 4 Jackson 000 002 1003 10 2 Hill. Scott and Dunn; Spaulding, Ferren and Swann. LEADERS WIN IN TENTH Score Three Huns on Three Hits and an Krror. LANSING. Mich., June 2C. Bay City won from Lansing Thursday In the tenth inning. Duffy weakened in this round, three hits and an er ror scoring three runs. Uussey kept Lansing's hits well scattered. Hay City ...100 000 000 34 7 0 Lansing . ..000- 010 000 01 12 3 Hussey and Donnelly; Duffy and Matteson. SAGINAW BEATS TOLEDO Hemis is Hit Hard and Is Given Poor Support, SAGINAW, Mich. June 26. Sagi naw celebrated its homecoming after a disastrous trip by pounding out a 9 to 1 victory over Toledo. Hemis was hit hard and received poor sup port. Toledo 000 000 001 1 S 5 Saginaw 013 003 11 0 11 3 Hemis and Hart; Haines and Holmes. BR0NKJE THE CLASS OF THE ASSOCIATION Jack Hendricks of Indianapolis Tells Cub PrM(!cnt He's After 3 1 ore. CHICAGO June 2fc. Jack Hen dricks and his crew of Indianapolis American association players watched the White Sox and the Detroit Tigers battle Thursday afternoon. The In-d-.anapolls players were on their way home from Kansas City. Hendricks visited with Pres. Thom as of the Cubs before the game. He told the Cub president that if he had any more ball players of the caliber of Herman Hronkie to dispose of that he. Hendricks, was an applicant. "Hronkie is the class of the Amer ican association when it comes to third basemen," said Hendricks. "And if the Cubs have any more fel lows that are as good and want to get rid of them, you can bet that Pres. McGili will pay just a little more than any one else." Pres. McGili will reach Chicago from Denver tomorrow and will go direct to Indianapolis. RUBBISH V.i: took the first of a series from Kalamazoo. Good. One more game one more booster. IF Frank Moran should succeed in finishing the career of one John Arthur Johnson as champion, in Paris Saturday, w believe he is entitled to a prize of any amount, after he has washed his hands. Hut, How AIkuU The Cops? "IF you wear a smile, hot weather doesn't bother you Margaret Wil son." says a headline in the Chicago Herald. HKD is like a lot of other thinps. after you come to own one. There comes a time when you den't care much for it. LIFK is a busy proposition. There is much to hold our attention. There's the interesting police department, the ball scores, a polo match or two, tho preliminary yacht races, our fat men's contest, the Johnson-Moran fight. Hurr Augustine, mediation, and the correspondence between the United States and Japan over the California anti-alien land law. Why, the Old Sinner! PHILADELPHIA. PA.. June 23. Officials of the University of Pennsyl vania museum today confirmed the announcement by Prof. Stephen Lang don in I-iOndon yesterday that Noah and not Adam was responsible for the fall of man as shown in his readings of Habylonian tablets unearthed at Nippur. lr. Lungdon's translations tally exactly with those made there by Dr. Arno Poebel, of John Hopkins SUPERB 9-REEL PRODUCTION OF REX BEACH'S FAMOUS ROMANCE THE SPOILER university from other tablets In the Kama collection. News Item. Hut what the Samhill were the words on those there tablets? EDITOR: I find I am losing too much time from the factory, and too much sleep, in trying to see all the installments of some of these long movln gpicture stories? Couldn't you start a crusade in RUIUJISH to have them put into tabloids. COUNT. Sounds Reasonable? FRIEND Without appearing to criticise, I want to tell you your col umn is the punkest thing this side of Niles. We all read it at home, then send it to some friends of ours in Australia. They are poor and not very particular. We all think you ought to be prosecuted as an im postor. Did you ever stop to think your stuff appears in a paper, which is sold on the public streets for money? Ridiculous. I. SINNER. WHEN we read of the flimming of depositors at the LaSalle Street bank in Chicago by Hill Lorimer, esq. et al, we are tempted to go draw out our few thousand here and invest it in Spearmint gum and Fatimas. IF Pres. Wilson had just cussed back in that golf game, we wouldn't have felt so hard toward him. G OO DTI IINOHENEVERPLAYED ATSUNNYSIDE. L. BOY WITH ONE LEG RULES A CITY'S NEWSIES PHILIP SILVER. LOS ANGELES, Cal. There are 200 proud little newsboys running the downtown streets here today, for re cently the newsboys' playground was dedicated. Hut that was not all. An hour pre vious to the starting of the dedication exercises these same newsboys sat at big round tables in the Sunday school room of the Temple Haptist church and consumed a supper that included all of the goodies of the season as the guests of the Women's union of the church. Chief among the newsboys is Mayor Philip Silver, ruler of the Younger Newsboys' club. Despite the fact that Silver is minus his left leg, he is a real official just the same. Loyal Americans of the Republic, No. 1003. will hold public memorial services for all deceased members on Sunday. June 28, at 2:30 in Beyler hall on E. Wayne st. All relatives and friends of deceas ed members are especially invited. Members and friends of the order are urged to be present. Advt. IX)ST AND FOUND. LOST Ladies' gold watch and bar bin, Iiiver Park, imrtli sil ear or interurNati ftatioa. lell phone Keward. LOST Mark bleyrle. ht Men la front if Kinney's shoe etore, K. Wavne t. Call Bell WANTED MALK HELP. WANTKI) Cnr punters. 1 1. fcerMake, Ho4 l'ortnue av. WANTKI) An Repressive jnirried rt.in to collect and tKdlclt Life Inviranrc In MNhuwaka and Liver Park. Guanm tee s.ilary and commission. A. II. Stu.le l.aker. Supt., ;iOf ltiu lUdg., South Head. In J. AVAXTKH A man to work cn farm. 1 1 oint? 401. WANTKI) Man who enn operate Lan-lU Grinders ars.l norlng Mills. Stuk-tik-er s. O. S. Beal. WaNTKD-Man to work on farm. Call Hone 41C-J. WANTED At once: Young men fr auto mobile bnlner:. Big pay. We make you ex;ert in ten wvks, by mail. Pay us after ue secure you position. Amcrb'aa Auto mobile Institute, I'S Angeles, CaL f soo- V itifc. SUUiri BLND NLvVS - HELP WAXTKD aiALK. WANTKI Married couple to work on farm. Home 4110. WANTKD Auy intelligent man out of work or desiring t better his position can secure a position with us as an agent; city or outside work; best agency proposition; salary to those who can qualify. Call at "21 J. M. S. Hullding, Sunday morning, be tween 11 and 12 o'clock. John Blue, State Manager. WANTKD Hallway tnatl clerks. Com mence "o.00 month. South Bend exam inations coming. Sample questions free. Franklla Institute. Dept. 06-L, Rochester, N. Y. HELP WANTED FE3IALE. WANTED Responsible woman for house work in apartment, one lady in family. Address Box P. G., News-Times. WANTED An experienced lady pressor, dry cleaning plant, good wages. Box (M, care News -Times. WANTKD A young or middle aged lady to teach child In home. Bell SG70. WANTKD Salesladies and women for al teration room. Shepard & Benning Co., St. Joe, Mich. WANTKD House to house canvassers to sell well known food product. Liberal commission. Address giving phone num ber M 0 Newi-Tluies. WANTED Young women to make shlrbi and underwear on power sewing mn chine; no previous experience necessary. Paid while learning. Experienced operat ors make good wages. Saturday afternoons off. Wilson Bros. Shirt Factory, W. Sam ple St. OFFICE 1IKLP. REGISTER free, at once. Stenog raphers, dictaphone operators, typ ists, general odice people, bookkeep ers: This means you, if you want a better position. Thomas School of Stenography & Typewriting, (Emp. Depart.) Licensed Emp. Agency. American Trust Hldg. BUSINESS MEN: For best orlice assistants: Call Hell 2906, Home 2210. Free btjrvice. BUSINESS MKrt Trven lu need of sten ographers, bookkeepers, or general otlice belp, cull Kelley Business School. We have a number of good ones about ready to accept portions. Call Bell U13; Home PERSONALS. M3AL3AD is more ttnn 13 in 1 to the housewife in cashing and cleaning. Phone Bell &Cd today lor IT. RL'six l s i n.s ; . a l?. I'lGEONS pay dollars where chickens pay cents; small capital needed; small space required; always penned up; ready mark ets; send lor May Issue vl our Journal; fully explained there; price ten cents. Re liable Squab Journal, Versailles, Mo. IJUSINESS CHANCES. SCREEN DOURS and windows should be ordered now. We make all kinds and those that lu.it and lit. We rewire and repair old screens and sell screen wire. Miller Cabinet und Machine Shop, S1G Portage av. Home phone -032. li USL ESS o rroKT UXITI ES. A LIVERAL salary allowance for a man with good references and with $500 cash to act as equal partner in a going paying business. References exchanged. Will also give desirable security in real estate holdings. Ad dress D. D., tare News-Times. WANTi: D MISCELLAN EQ US. WANTED To buy a thorough bred or high grade Guernsey cow. Call or write J. B. SLively, R. No. 4, H. phone 4107. South Bond. WANTED Good team for hauling gravel. Come to work on Pennsylvania av., South Bend. Inquire Grabuwskl, Home phone .j21, Mishawaka. V ANTED- Loan of ' S2.:i.W on city real estate. P. U. Box lib. South Bend, lud. WANTED Rates in country to furnish good country butter. Call 41 S. Lafay ette. Bell l-Oo. INVENT $100 or more In the Sacramen to Orchard Syndicate, or in five or tea acre tracts, cultivation included. Almond and olive orchards return large iucome. Send address for full information. Sacra mento Orchard syndicate, 4X Chestnut st., Philadelphia. Pa. VA X Till ) T ) EX C 1 1 AX G E. FOIL EXCHANGE Exchange a diamond ring for barber chair aud glass. Box 05, care New u-Times. FO R SAL E 1 1 SC EL LA X EOUS. FoR SAKE 17-foot canvas covered canoe. Good condition. E. F. guimby. Boll phone 103. FOR SAKE Folding tnby bugjy, large size, and bicycle, both In good condi tion. Call after p. m. 711 Forest av. FOR SALE Angledlle gc-.ile. cashier's !5k and .safe, good hs i.ew. 1L.'31- S. M.iin. FOR SALE Fine launch at Diamond lake. Inquire Dr. J. Burke, Optician, 200 S. Michigan st. FOR SA EE Dry -ean:ng and pressing business, good location, cheap rent. A l:irK:in If taken at ouce. Address Box IV, care News-Times. FOR SALE Cheap a small hot blast stove, uned 4 month. No. range used G months. Stoves in bet .condition. Bar gain If taken at o:ue. 1 "'." Haney ave. FOR SALE-Four furnished rooms for light housekeeping. 315 S. Ijisalle av. Call between G and 7 p. m. FOR SALE Portable henlioi:.' 10x10, built In tt. -ctioui, matched nmb r. 4 window. $13.(. I lnd-r brooder. 75 chick capacity, fJ.OO. West Bru-adway. MJhawaka. FOR SALE 0 rebuilt bicycle. $5 and up. Guaranteed tlrei. 5 a pair. We do Mcycle repairing. M. E. Gllman, 422 S. Michigan t. Home phone S045. FOR SALE Two deli wry wagon in good condition. 231 N. ilicli. HMES FOIl SALE USCELLAXEOUS. FOR SALE Good .econa baud lumber, cheap. 3,050 pieces lxlxi feet; 54U pieces 1Hx2Vjx12 feet; 2,250 pieces lx l'sxl-;xl5 feet. Inquire Mcilenry-Mill-house Mfg. Co., 1702 S. Franklin it. Home 'phone 7540. Bell 'phone 128. FOR SALE 7 acres of bay oa tht ground. Call Home 120. FOR SALE M & S Steam Vulcanizing Ga rag? A: Taxle Co. Parties leuviug city. S05-;ai7 E. Jefferson Blvd. FOR SALE PTAXOS. FOR SALE I'lano. good as new, cost $450. Cheap if taken at once. Martin F. Pane, GOO E. Jefferson Blvd. Home phone 05. 1X11 SALE AUTOMOBILES. FOR SALE Roadster, suitable for de livery. Cheap If sold at olcc. Call 311 Pennsylvania av. Bell M04. FOR SALE $00.00 light touring car for $2o0.w. Must be sold at once. Frazier & Frazitr. yUICK SALE AX HEAL BARGAINS: Bring your mechanic aud look them over. 11012 4-I-ns. Cadillac. 11011 4-I'us. Cadillac. 11012 Stoddard Dayton. CADILLAC MOTOR SALES CO. Washington and Vistula. ROOM AND BOARD. ROOM AND BOARD tu good strictly mo dern home. 723 6. Main. Bell 3404. FOU IlEXT F UKX IS1IED .HOOMS. FOR RENT Furnished rooms for light housekeeping. Also sleeping rooms. 05 N. Lalayeite. FOR RENT Cool furnished front room, strictly modern, private residence. In quire 2i2 E. fcyouth st. oR RENT Suite of front rooms, modern in every way. Excellent location. OOi North .Main. FOR ALE Large airy rooms, soft water for bath. Splendid location. 310 W. Wayne st. FOR RENT Furnished room, strictly modern. Apply 131 S. William sU, cor. Jeilerhou. Home G013. FR RENT Light housekeeping rooms, downstairs. Call evenings at 411 E. Ohio fct. r LR.MSHED ROOMS For rent, 124j W. Wash. FOR -CENT Large cool furnished front roou lu modern pleasant home, ideal lo cation. Close in. 11 W. Madison st. FOR SALE Furniture and furnishings of 10 room modern house, including piano and sewi.g machine; suitable lor woman's room; wed filled at all times; house rent reason-able. Address Box M No. 2, care News-Times. ROOMS and board. Inquire 323 S. Will iam st. FOR RENT Sleeping room, everything modern, with all home comforts. 41s b. Lalayctte st. FOR RENT Furnished rooms. 201 E. Marion st. Home phone 20J5. FOR RENT Front room dowastairs; yrl vate entrance. 317 JS. Lufuyette. Bell 3352. HOT these warm nights? You won't be If you occupy one cf those cool outside slecpitg porch rooms at the V. M. C. A. Showers on eaeli floor. Phones Home 115S, Bell 705. FOR RENT Furnished iooa-s for light housekeeping, modern. 334 N. Hill st. FOR RENT Light housekeeping rooms, U04 E. Madisou. Home 1305, Bell 2511. UXFUUXISIIED ROOMS. FOR KENT Second ror, 072 Laportc av., tour rooms. $.0. Inquire 207 S. Laurel. Bell phone 2337. FOU RENT OFnCK ilOOMb. FOR RENT Office roocxs, either single or eusuite. Building is centrally locat ed; elevator service and other modern con veniences. Are your offices properly kept up? Janitor service included in rental. Oifice aud everything Is kept in first class condition. Apply to Dr. E. H. Dean, Deaa iildgj FOH ItEXT HOUSES. SEVEN-ROOM house, t23 Portage av., pait modem, $15.50 month, water rent paid. Uoiue Lite, Bell i 117 Jefferson Bldg. FOR RENT Nice cottage at Fish lake. Marcellus, Mich. Terms reasonable. Home phone Frank E. Bosworth. FOR RENT Seven-room stucco house, strictly modem. fc07 Portage Ave. Call Home 1454. FOR RENT Four-room cottages furnish ed at Lake park, Hudson lake. 210 3. Main. Home 5310, Beli 310. Auna Bitter. FOR RENT 7-room house. 1012 E. Divi sion st.. Geo. J. Hoffman Co., 220 X. Michigan st. Both phones 153d. FOR RENT A 5 room house In the rear. Rent sw. Inquire SOU E. IaSalle. FOR KENT 3 room cottage, ?i See. Cald- well. 704. J. M. S. Bldg. FOH KENT. 0 rooms, Ashland av $30.00 ti rooms. Woodward av 1'n.00 ti rooiui, California av 2000 S rooms. Woodward av 17.00 7 rooms. Kline t 10. OO 7 rooms, Benton et 10.00 4 rooms, Berlin st 7.00 4 rooms, Kemble av.. upstairs- 5.00 L?ek Kccui in Ilasang Building. H A S T I N G S. Hastings Building. Home OHO Phones . Bell 211. FOR -EM-A modern house, 321 Horatio court; steam tieat; first cUhs in every respect. Inquire 710 Bark &v. Home phone 5203. FARM LANDS. FoR SALE on Coquillard street, a tin room houfce, (heap at ?1,250, will tell for JF.50. W. K. MdlENRY, li4- S. Main St. Home pbon 5753. Bell 20 FOR SALE 120 acres pood heavy soil. 7 room house, god burn, orchard; will tuke income prqerty up to 55.(w0. mortgage for balance. Heiknuu and Van Vtiin, 11 ?. Main st. miDAt, ft:L, 2f, 191 9 9 rAJOI LAXDS. FOR SALE. 200 acres, 7 miles northwest of South Bend, on the Lincoln highway road. Fine farm for stock. About 05 acres of fine timber, whortleberries, cranberries; bal ance pasture and farmlug lands, 5 per acre. Terms to suit. 30 3S-1UO acres. ituated 7 1-2 miles south west of South Bend, on the west side of Sumption rralrie, Ind. One-half mile south Of the Valley Garden station on the C. I. S. li. R.; two trains dally each way. Good buildings, good fences, new windmill, fine gravel pit, $110 per acre. Terms, $2,000 cash; balance mortgage with 6 per cent interest. 114 20-100 acres, adjoining same location, but running to station named above. Fine farm for stock, good buildings, good fences, new windmill, $100 per acre. Terms reasonable. 157 acres. 3 1-2 miles northwest of South Bend, on the Lincoln highway road. 13 acres fine timber; balance under cultiva tion. 1G acres No. 1 alfalfa hay meadow, mowed last season. Good buildings, good fences, new windmill, $00 per acre. Terms to suit. 100 acres in Stark county, fine Improved farm, located within 2 ndles of station Ober on the Nickel Elate R. R., 7 miles to Knox and 7 miles to Culver. Finest soil for onions, cabbage, potatoes, corn and hay. Good buildings, .Ss5 per acre. Terms reasonable. All these farms are great bar gains. Call and see Chord. S. Ruiel, Farm Agent, located with Hi C. Kreighbaum, un dertaker, 303 S. Main Ft.. South Bend, Ind. Both phones: Home, 0005; Bell, 005. HEAL ESTATE. FOR SALE A 0-room house, two blocks east of Navarre place, on Howard St., $1,250.00. On Notre Dame St., between Lasalle av. aud Colfax av., S-room house for .2,250.00, on payments. W. K. Mc llenry, lis S. Main st. Home phone 5733, Bell 200. FOR SALE Seven-room cottage, ' lObl Woodward av. Bell phone llso. FOR SALE A 0 room nouse, modern ex cept furnace oil Sherman ave., for $2,700 worth $3,C00. W. K. Mcllenry, lib S. Main St. Home Phone 5733. Bell .200. FOR SALE A new modern house on East ' LaSalle ave., only 0 blocks from center, finished in hard wood with every modem conveniences. W. K. Mcllenry, lis Main St. Both ihoues. FOR SALE. CHE-VP. On easy paymeuts, a home at 1003 Riv erside drive. Go look It over. AMERICAN TRUST CO., Both phones. Real Estate, Dept. FOR SALE Ten room strictly modern house in flr.st class neighborhood; 10 minutes walk Irom court house in north western part of city; all modern improve ments; two sleeping rooms and bath on first floor; do Incumbrance; terms small payments with long time If desired. See owner. Address Box M No. 3, cure News Times. FOR SALE At a great bargain, fine mod ern house, if taken at once. Nice neigh borhood and within walking distance. Only part cash required. Balance on easy terms. Inquire Dr. J. Burke, Optician, 250 S. Michigan st. FOR SALE New 7 room house on Li Forte Ave.; gas, electric light, furnace; hot and cold water, bath and toilet; base ment under houje; nice large lot, on paved street. Will sell for cash or on easy pay ments. Let me show you this house If you are looking for a home. W. J. O'Ncil. FOR SALE A large lot close to Broadway car line; terms to suit; mc-jt be sold at once; party leaving city. Bell 'phone No. 4050. FOR SALE 5-room house cheap, lot 03xK'5, gas, water aud good cellar. Fine location, part cash, balance to uit. Also otiier properties. Martin F. Pane. 000 E. JeH'ersou Blvd. Home phoue FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE Good South Bend income piopeity for J0 to 150 acre farm. Deal with owner and save commis sion. Address Box It. O., Nuws-Tluics. FOR SALE Six room house on Lincoln St., half a block from Michigan Ave. HoUie now vacated and in good repair. Will sell for cash or ou coutract with email pay down and balance like rent. F. M. Jackson. FOR SALE 0-room hous', near watch fac tory, on lot 42x145; or win trade equity for vacant lot. Hasting, Hustings utua'. phones; Home 0440. Bed 211. OK SAL.E -roorn house and baru on S. iraukiiii st., coi. inoiaua av., on large lot, toxioo. v'iii sen on cas pay men us. Good location tor store. Hastings, Hastings bldg. I'noues : Home 04-O, Bei. -11. FOR SALE Cheap, a lot at Eagle Point, liigie laae, .Mien. Cull Home KkJ0, liea 45o. FOR SALE OR Tr.AJ)E 50 acres, 0 mile norm oi Niics. price per acre. i or furtner iuloimation aii j. v. McCoilougn, room 3, uo is. Michigan i. Hoine ooog. Bell 5ty. FOR SALE A good farm of 55 acres. cloe to the liiieiuroau cwi" line, goua building, and new nouc, tnia puce : close to the city. W. iv. McIIENRY, 115 S. -Main at.. Bell phone 200. Home 5733. roxx BALr. An 8-room muocru notue at CIV Laporte ST. Room uu lot lor uutur nou. a uargaiu. A 0-rooin bungalow at C20 Howard. VVal sell ou couuact to uit nurcnuatrr. ix-iovm house ui tJ i. win on easy ttrms. An b-roorn strictly modern house and lot at ll.0 Micnlguu av. o-rooni Luue, uijutiu except furnace at oil Alien st. A O-room Houe at 1113 E. Sorla at- i.ightrooni house at 1V25 DcMaud kt. blx-rooui house iDlg lot) at 20U5 Leer sL A house and lot lu iiacuiu 1'xa Uui tlou, ueur v. Division st- New nouses in boutnuroor park near Souiu biue car line. We sell lot lu bouthmoor l'ark, Pot Place, P.incoin l'ark and liiruer Place sd fliiloaJ. W hare other desirable houe aud lts in a, parts of the city. V writ tire insurance la first claas companies. Bents collected. Notary Public. W. P. FEREV. Bell Phore bCC Home Phone CisCQ. FOR SALE 0 tuot lot fronting on Michi gan av. lu the 1500 block, prb-e S1.5O0. Inquire Mrs. Catherine Smith, 1527 Michi gan av. FOR SALE 7-room House in south ea near Studebaker school; large lot. goj baru, chicken house aud pleut j of fruit; a bargain aud can be purchased on pay ments Haning. grouud Xloor Hastings bidg. Pnones: Bvii 211, Houitj C4io. 17 - K-LrAIIUNti. UMBRELLAS locks, baby cbs. D. Arm. strong, irj l Lolfa.. LOCKbMlTlIS. V D. ARMSTRONG. 122 E. Colfax. RL1U1KU STAMPS AM) 8TK.NCILS. D. ARMSTRONG. 122 E. Colfax. CLA1UVOVAXT. DR. CRAVEN'S i,ce film at Hh own home in Osceola, lud., WLere he Mll fcive reaUingn dally and cure the ikk witnout ineuitiue. Ai huine al ail fcours. ceicoraiea i reading, i. All lnteiurbto. tars stop iu front oi nu door. The poor ou have ttlwajs with you. lou will not uiwajg have Dr. Craven with you. lour 10 a. m. to 3 p. m. other hour by aD pointment. Bell phone 125. Heal sick wiuiout medicine. COnsETIEKIiEi,. NU BONE Corsets. Ida North, 113 ii. .otie Dame. Home 2-o3, lieU 12 M'IRLLLA CORSETS City wince. BU pnoue 3H0, Home 1S5S. MUl'UUCll'LLs, FRANK ANDRE Wo bO.N, agents for LiXceisior Motorcycles. ,tw aud second hand motorcycles alwaya in atuk. lui t. sample u i'Ol'E Bicycles and Mutobikes. Head quarters lor supplies aud repairing. William Lintner, A. Main ft. UrilOLsXtDlNli AN1 CKATJNU. SOLill BEND L'l'HOLSi ERlNG Co.. up holstering, repairing aud reauihiuf furniture. CratiLg and packing for ship, menu Hume phone 521L lie 11 y. WHLU1MU. WELDING. South Bend WciaiLg Co., 402 W. Madison. St. Bell i'houe 34L2. WOOD. FOR SALE Dry slab wood, 1.50 per rauk. Caudle Wood Co., Ov E, Bow man. Bell 3M2. I'ATENTb Ai FAXEM ATTO 1 1 N E Y 1'atet.U 1'utcnts l'a tents i'ateuls l'atents i'alents I'utenia I'ateuts 1'atenU l'atents Patents Patents i'aleuta Patents l'a leu ia 1'aU-nu fatvuts PaU'uts Pa leu U I'at'.-uu 1'alcuta i'utcnt l'atents IV .cuts I'uUUU l'atents l'a tents 1'atcuta Patents PATENTS P Secured, bought and sold al! P over tne world; buyers al A wajs on hand lor all kinds of A patents. T LMLRNATIONAL PATENT T SOLICITING OFFICE. E Chicago orhec, 1U17 Hartford E Bioj;. I'carooii and -Madison ??t., i iMiiwaukco Oflice, U35-y Wei is N building. T bouin Bend office, Suite 20J T J. M. S. building. S A. ikOPCSA. Mechauiral Ecgmer and l'at. Expert. Patents x-atcuts patents Office hours b-7 dally. Puieuta 1'ateuts l-3 Sunday. l'atents Patents Patents Patents i'a.ents l'atents l'atents 1'ateuta 1'ateuts l'atents l'atents Patents Patents l'atents Futeuu Patents l'atents l'atents IV leu u l'atents I'ateut't 1'ateuta l'uleuta i'uleuia 1'i.NA.NtLVL. " " sssxi mn liltlll ! Him ,rM mis I(l4x: LOAN m tt . it- jat 2 per cent per month and Jl.oo charges on HoLSEHoLD UOObs, PIA.SOS, LIVE SIOCK. FARM IM- x ELEMENTS, AUTOMOBILES, etc. i i Time mad to suit borroner. Call. S write, or pnone iieu au, Hume tilt- j STATE LOAN COMPANY. Inc., jjj Uli Rocm L Merchants' Bank Bldg.. Jjij jjisj 231 aouth Micnigau atrtet, Jjsxi Soutn Bend, Indiana. inns MONEr. Beli 1C18. Home CG00. $5 00 to $250. Ou Pianos, Puruiture. Live Stock or Iinpietneuts. SLX'UlClll L.UAN CO.. li 1. O. O. P. Uuildiaf. Over Newark Shoe Store. MONEY TO LOAN " ON CHAT T E L MORTGAGE AT 2rc Ter Mo. and 3.00 Charges. LoaUft 'Mad; Anyw-fcexe ia SL Joseph Co. SULTH BEND CREDIT CO., 1L 1. 1774. l-rJ E. Je3ersun Blvd. heal estate. I.ooK ut Oi liuniralowM .a Oale ar. to- morrow p. m.; will d I to big!itt bidder. C. E. Smith, Bell l. Home OiJC. FOR SALE OR IinNT-rw 7-rooa bcuM on lith st. near Spring t. ; C-rom bouse and acre ut gruuna on 15th st. near Cala (SU Both in Mlhawaka. GEO. D. BEROTIL Wi-lZ N. Main St. Home Pause CC2S. WUITCOMB & KELLER. FOR SALfc. Modern homes oQ Rlrrs!!l drlre. Portage av.. Narirre st.. Wood ward t aa Buren St., ClevsUud ar, la north part of the city, and on E. Broad wsy. Indiana av Dayton St.. E. Donald, iluul tt. and E. Fox H In the south pirs of the city. Terms Cash or Payments. Jefferson Bldg. Both Phoces 1257. FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE Ten aw. on s.)!:t!nTt cf city limits, wlta S-r..-m dwelling, barn and cLlcsn houe. About f iur re-s In fruit bearing. Will 11 ou pay n'uts, or ex.haug f.r city property. II A S T I N G S. Homo Vhn Vr'A 211. 1 Uastiuis BuEJlug. 215 N. MkLlgan St.