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THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-T1ME3
DISCUSS EFFECT OF EUROPES WAR Local Opinion Is That It Will Be a Means of Opening Up the South American Markets to U. S. Manufacturers. "Be Sophisticated To Be Truly Charming" Advice of Beautiful Beverly Bayne What eff ... th ; . re-nt war in Kurojie will have on South Benl In dustrial at ti itler.. oarne un for fli- j cession yesterday in various quartern, j Whether th' stru'-le ir continued in definitely will be a boom to lotl man ufacturers or whether it have a 1p terioratint; effect is the question raised. H. G. Fp.'iuldinr. secretary of the ('hamlr of Commerce. jsaid jester d ay that hf had not made a. close in vestigation of the matter, but faw arious. possibilities. Primarily, he, Mr. Sp-iuldin. sees a rosy oppor tunity for local manufacturers and exporter to go after .outh American trade. Already he said. Chicago business men have realized the oppor tunity and may take hteps towards obtaining some of the trade with the South American continent. Mr. Spaulding u guested a co-operation hy local men with Chicago men to obtain, some of the fruits of the trade. Harry Kngman, president of the com mercial body aiso saw the opportunity for South Hend exporters and believe Mr. Spaulding's auKxcrnion a good one. Two manufacturing industries haw; already been named which may be affected seriously by the war. One is the South I'.end Watch company. Many of th smaller parts of the watch "which Is assembled here such as hair springs, jewels, etc., are im ported from Switzerland, Germany and France. A blockade of commerce on the Uuropan coast along- with Internal stoppage of trade minht seriously hamper ihe local establish ment In the manufacture of its pro duct. It Is believed. The Indestructo leather goods man ufactured in Mishawaka may also sustain a blow by the stoppinir of all big1 passer er steamers and cessation of bookings. The greater part of this c ompany's output consists of traveling bags, steamer trunks and grips and a lull in tourist traffic may de crease orders in that line. A branch factory- of the Singer Sewing -machine corporation was established recently In Russia and Is feared may be closed on account of the struggle. V.I iiLITARY IN CHARGE OF PORT AT QUEBEC Only Voxels IiisolH.vln? Order Will Ho IMrotI on Is the Announce- rncnt. Qri:nnC. Qu. Aug. 4. Col. Un dry. commander of the fifth division, issued orders Monday putting the port of Quebec under charge of military authorities. Owners of navigation steamers are advised to get their steamers ir by daylight. An inspecting vessel was stationed at Maheux Bay, Island of Orleans. No vessel will be allowed to enter port unless it flies special signals for day and night. Xo vessel will be able to leavethe point of inspection before it has a signed clearance. Any vessel disobeying this order will be fired upon. WROTE FUNERAL DIRGE Willurt F. Heath Comixes Seloo tlon at Lincoln Services. PAN VI LI, K, 111.. Aug. 4. Wilbert K. Heath, the oldest thirty-third de gree Mason in this section died Mon day after a lingering illness. He was police magistrate for many years. For merly he managed clothing stores for a New York firm at Springfield. 111., Hloomington, Ottawa. Fort Wayne. Ind., and PanviUe, 111. At the time of Lincoln's assassination he compos ed the dirge which was played by the band which led the procession at the Springfield funeral. JOHN LIND MAY BE RETURIED TO MEXICO Kciortcl on Good Authority That Ho Im to Keplace Goorge Cnrotl icrs. Washington, Aug". 4. Tt is report ed on good authority that the state department proposes to send John Li nil to Mexico to be with Con. Villa. "He will replace, Consular Aent Geo. Carothers. Mr. Lind's mission will be to report generally on northern Mex ico, but with special reference to the plans of Villa. Sonor Castello. who is Carbajal's personal representative at Washing ton, called on Secy. I.ryan today to make Inquiries as to the military movements of Carranza. The depart ment, it was stated, has no news ex cept that the Carbajal delegates had arrived at Saltlllo. BY IIIAII McGI.ONi: GII1SON. The girl with the personality of ureatet appeal ih the girl who is thoroughly sophiticated. a we today accept the definition of the word that i, the girl who knows what she wants and gets it. The mid-Victorian idea of the little, soft bit of feminine Ueh. blood and neres. who would f int at the sight of a mouse and die If caught where she could be seen by male eyes wit., her sleeves rolled up has been rele gated to the dust heap of the pa-t along with horse-hair upholstered furniture. To have a personality which at tracts, the girl of today must be very "knowing." She must never ask w hat is "bogey" when her sweetheart Neither wild glee must she when .he team strikes is discussing golf, clap her hands in best batter of the home out. She must have an idea as to the probable effect of the "movies" on legitimate drama, and her knowledge of the tango must be letter perfect. A girl who has all these accomplish ments need never worry if she has a freckle on her nose or a gold rilling In her front teeth. The time has changed since the shrinking, violet kind of a girl has had her innings. "In fact, 1 do not believe that the shrinking violet ever had an inning," said Beverly Bayne. "Take, for Instance, myself. Do you suppose I would have all the atten tion I am now having if I staged at home and had not become a movie actress? Never in a thousand ears." Miss Payne Is not telling young wo men to be over-anxious to appear in public, but she is trying to impress it on the minds of all young women who sec her in the picture plays and read these stories that a girl must have knowledge of what is going on in the world or a least a knowledge of what Is being talked about in the set she moves in if she would be attractive. A good working knowledge of housekeeping and cooking is a mighty good thing to keep a husband, but there are many showier, if less use ful, accomplishments that make su perior bait. Don't think that all you have to do is to cream your face and keep your complexion without tlaw to be called beautiful. For if you will stop to think calmly about It a moment you will realize that you know a lot of women quite as comely as Lillian Hussell or Maxine Elliott, but they did not have a personal press agent to keep the fact before the public. If you would have the kind of per sonality which makes for beauty and attractiveness be one. of those few who know how much they must know in order to know how little they know. The girl who knows has a warmer, more appealing beauty than the one who, because she does not know the conventional manners of the society in which she goes. Is awkward and self-conscious. Try and read every day at least one daily paper and don't skip the editorials or business features. This is a beauty hint which will add expression to your face and a magnetism to your personality which will mean more than mere physical beauty. PLACE VALUE ON OLD CHURCH SITE Corner nt Jefferson and MiU Is Worth $98,700 Say Ap- pralsers. Five appraisers appointed to ascer tain a value of the old First M. E. church property, at Jefferson and Main St., for the board of county com missioners reported to the board on .Monday that the location was worth $08,700. The actual value of the site of the old church was given as $95. O00 but it was stated that the present owners had expended $3,700 in remov ing the building and placing it in its present condition. No action was taken by the uoard In regard to the purchase of the prop erty other than approving the report of the appraisers who were M. W. Mix, Charles 1 Drummond, M. L. Brummet. G. H. Summers and J. A. Judie. The matter must go before the advisory board before any defin ite action can be taken and the peti tion of a number of citizens and the Young Men's Chamber of Commerce were placed on file for future con sideration. The petition of the trustees of North Liberty requesting the appointment of William McKessor as justice of peace was granted while the application of Ora Starburk as night fireman at the county jail was also shelved for the; present. George Kies was appointed Hgent for the saloon of Edward Klug hart who died recently. MAROONED IN GERMANY Charles Arnold in Gerlngvaldet Sax ony, Iast Heard From. Another South Uend man who H believed to be marooned in Germany since the outbreak of war, Is Charles Arnold. No word has been received from him since last week when pos tals arrived from Geringswalde, Sax ony. These were received by his daughter. Mrs. T. C. Mclnerny, 1725 S. Michigan at. Mr. Arnold has been in German since March and expected to be gone for a vear or more. mm? - Sr- V" I r .. ) I :" y.v., I I V 2r f I v vTv- - v:vy.v.v. I I m. I T ? I 1 r i. 11 R V i j Ml f; v::,; . v:::::;::: I J y 1 "fj- I a.- J H r I i TO HAVE A PERSONALITY WHICH ATTRACTS, THE OIIL OF TODAY MUST BE VERY "KNOWING." OLD P0ST0FFICE AT NOTRE DAME TO GO Father Malier lias llcen in Charge for Fifty Years New Iluilding to Cost $5,000. Work will begin this week on the new postoffice to be erected at No tre Dame. The old structure which has served in that capacity since 1861 has been removed and will be replaced by a handsome brick and stone struc ture .several times as large. The new building will probably cost more than $5,000 and will be up-to-date and con venient in every respect. It will be 40 x 40 and of white brick and limestone trimming to harmonize with the whole group of buildings at the university. When completed, about the first of September, it will com pare favorably with any of the build ings at Notre Dame. A postoffice was first established at Notre Dame in 1851, through the ef forts of Henry Clay, whose picture now decorates the walls of the Columbian room at the university. ' In 1861 the present building was erected, thus being one of the oldest buildings at the school. It has long been too small to accommodate the large amount of mail that goes and comes from Notre Dame. Notre Dame is a second class post office, being ranked so high on account of the large circulation of the Ave Marie published from there. Fr. Maher, who has charge of the postoffice, finished his 25th .year in that capacity last week. THREE FIRES ON MONDAY Little Damage) Done Rut Firemen Make Runs. Two grass fires within a half hour and within six blocks of each other furnished runs for the Cenetral sta tion yesterday afternoon. Both alarms were still alarms, the first coming at 1 o'clock from the lot in rear of 535 1-2 N. Michigan st. and the second coming at 1:2?, o'clock from Marquette av. Neither caused any damage. Sparks from the chimney at the Birdsell factory set tire to the roof of the dry-kiln Monday afternoon at 12:2f o'clock. It was quickly extin guished and did no dam:ge. The Cen tral station responded to the alarm. r READ SCHOOL REPORTS Annual reports of the school trus tees were read at the meeting of the members of the countv school board with County Superintendent of Schools ! R. H. lAngfield at the court house on I Monday afternoon. No report of the i condition of schools can be given out until the completion of the figures in j th rt'iinrftj is finishpri whirh will ! n r mm C off 1 4 r J!' i 5i A7 I n i r i i ii i See Our Windows Beginning Wednesday, Aug. 5th i s I -1 v W'-jV 4- i l' "v - k i . rr; cn Liz-z -i 4 4 -, r An Original Instructive Display Especially Arranged Linoleum wears better, is easier to clean, is more sanitary and more economical than any other kind of floor covering. Armstrong's Linoleum is better than ordinary kinds because it is made of tested matericils by skilled workmen under close supervision. Use it in Your Hall Brighten Up Your Dining Room A Sanitary Floor Covering for Your Bed-Room For the Porch, Sun-Parlor or Conservatory S : Sijpl L Ideal for the Bathroom Fine for the Pantry, Germ proof, Wafer proof and almost Wearproof Noiseless and Durable for Office Floors Beautiful and Inexpensive for the Library The Labor-Saving Kitchen Floor Covering is Armstrong's Linoleum SEE THIS SPECIAL DISPLAY . km mm in 3C i( mm ' probably he in about 10 days Financial matters were abo cussed The dis- Sucoe?sors to A. M. Jones Furniture Store Around on Main Street. - o 1 I RIVERVIEW CEMETERY L)TH FOR THUEE OKAVKS. f2S. PEItrETUAL CAItB GCARANTEEH Bell rbcn. Cvramirrj, t4t0. IIll Phoo. So pi. JU nst. Dr. D. Ev Cnmraini, Pre. Elmer Crorltrtt. Ttfs. Jbn G. Urker, Hoe. Mid Snpt. Jerry on The Job CqpriKht, :VSH4, Jnternatlonal-News-Sar A Slightly Expensive Way of settling the Question SHE MB.