FRIDAY, SF.lTi:-Mlli:u 25, 19)1.
German Prisoners Marching Through Antwerp.
VIRGINIA AT NEW YORK
IVeiKh IJicr Has Kishty-six lUUv
prow on IJnanl.
N'HW YORK, pt. 25. The FVn.h
Is A Clean, Healthy Scalp
Pcn't wash the srali' wirh r. The fL-or.r. fr al&ii la
l:nr Virginia, IS days out from
Havre and Bordeaux. arrived here.
Thursday with sr ref jgees from the
war zone. The liner's encirtps troko
down suddenb' enromo delaying her.
Among the passengers was Mips
Zenia hfthead of Albany, C,;u
many sv.7is parf hts the ca!r iave th f..r d'iil, latrfl
an i bnr5e. urtil fml!y th:n. 3rr;?y or bsldneai rr.i!l.
Mason's Magic Shampoo
23 Delightful Sfiampoo for 50 cent
not tJy r!n. the ton? a-? jn cJ tt v jeA 3 ri K 1
t'.'ul h.r wi: (rrrtw iwcrM fv:r an J .r ii;rr cf he hy htr--t'
tr-.e ha: r t do up. fre frr-ai ln.'rrf ri i"-T( r-.'. Try M'
S'f!oi for 2 nort it'.i'i'ui ::r wi'.l 5 .
STANDBYS MEET TONIGHT
V. W. C. A. Members Will DiM-ns
1'IaiK for the Winter.
COONLEY DRUG CO., South Bend, Ind.
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The first reunion of the Standhys
the oldest mrmhers f the Y. W. C
A. since ln-st spring, will be held this
evening at the association building at
7:30 o'clock. They will make plans i
fr the season's work. The Standhy.s
hnve mnny of them been connected
with the V. W. A. sinco Us organ-
iration. Miss t arrle ofdward
president and Mrs. Harry Hoderk
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Successor to United Doctors.
Nervous and Chronic Diseases of Men and Women,
ROOM 12, TOEPP BLDCL
Otlice Hours 9 to 12 A. M.. 2 to 5 P. M. ; 7 to 8 P. M., and
10 to 12 A. M. Sunday.
Successor to Wilhelm's
III . 1Y - TO - WF.AK U
Suits at .Sli..(X) to S2.".0
Raincoats and Rubbers
THE RUBBER STORE
200 S. Michigan St.
L. H. ORVIS Director
120 Wwt Colfax Av.
Home T297. 1UU 207.
THESE GERMAN SOLDIERS UNDER GUARD OF ENGLISH TROOPS ARE BEING MARCHED TO SHIP TO BE TAKEN
TO PRISON CAMP IN ENGLAND.
MUXCIE. In their campaign for a
healthier Muncle, the 'health authori
ties tmJuy ent out warnings and post
ed notices' to the effect that spitting
In public must be stopped at once,
i'opies of the law prohibiting expec
toration public places have been
posted in .fll I,;irts of the city, and
orders hah been issued by the police
chief to every patrolman in the city,
to begin making arrests f violations
of the ordinance tornor.
FRANKOUT. Charles I Hose ob
tained his divorce from Alice V. Rose
when he related to Judue Combs that
-Mrs. Rose had taught their six-year-old
daughter to hate him, and that
phe poisoned the mind of the child
against him to such an extent that
the little girl would curse him.
false entries in the books for several
Sm:Li;YViLLK. This city will en
tertain the surviving' members of the
Kighth snd Eighteenth Indiana in
fantry on Monday, Oct. 19. This
(late is the liftieth anniversary of the
battle of Cedar Creek, in which the
two regiments participated.
AXX ARBOR. -Registration at the
University of Michigan for the year
shows a slight increase over the num
ber of last year. More than half the
pupils in the literary courses are
through the snow and the cold street
ALL SCHOOLS WILL
TAKE PART IN MARCH
(ratio School lrinclals Join Move
inent to Make 1'rcvciitioti
AUSTRIANS ON DEFENSIVE
Have Selcncl Rattle Grounds Says
Dispatch From Vienna.
All numbers, black and white, also
I To Per Dozen.
4c Per Spool.
CHAS. R. SAX & CO.
Economy Lies Not so Much in Saving, But in
Marketing, We Can do Justice to Both.
110 W.WAYNE ST.
Reef I oast
Rest Rrick and
Ruchler Rros.' Rratul. . .
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Frankforts ami Iork
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Veal Chops and
Veal Roast, Ixin
or Shoulder ,
Sli WD RFCFJMH)
Sulft's Lincoln . . . .
Moleys Daisy . . .
GTIEENVILLE. Jacob Croft was
fatally injured here when he was
thrown under his own wagon when a
front wheel came off. The wagon
passed over his hips, crushing them.
RE XT ON HARBOR. Incendiarism
In this city has alarmed the residents.
The city council has passed a resolu
tion offering $300 for the capture of
incendiaries and that has been in
creased $r00 by the Business Men's
association. Fires of incendiary or
igin are discovered every day.
KAEAMAZOO. Justice X.
WABASH. Work on the tabernacle
that is being" erected for the Boh Jones
evangelistic meetings Is progressing
rapidly. The big building will be ar
ranged so that ,"00 persons can be
seated In the choir loft. The seating
capacity cf the tabernacle will be
nearly 4,000. In addition to the main
3ullding the tabernacle will have a
number of smaller buildings adjoin
ing It for rest rooms, wah rooms and
I Stewart has a knotty martial problem
I to solve. Thomas Wallinskl claims
i that $1,400 found by policemen hang
ing on a clothes line belongs to him.
1 Ils wife, Kate, who is suing for di
vorce, claims that the money is her's
because she earned it. Meanwhile
the cash is being held by the ollleers
who found the coat.
Bluffton. David Mossier, 1C, son
of a farmer living near here, was
Kored to death by a bull that had be
come ansercd at tbe sii;ht of a para
nol the lad was carrying. The boy's
father heard his cries when the bull
attacked him .but before he readied
the pasture his son was dead.
DECATFR. Roy Runyon claims
the distinction of being the lf 14
I'hiimi'' 1 corn raiser of this county.
Runyon brought to this city a num
ber of ears of corn which he said he
gathered at random from his li.-Kt.
Several of the ears measured 12
Inches In length. Every kernel .n
each ear is perfect and every ear is
ATPEXA. Rain all over the sec
tion of Presquo Isle county suffering
from forest lire is said to have nearly
extinguished the bla2e. Residents of
Metz and other small towns in the
danger zone are relieved after a day
and night of lighting the llames.
CAIMEEAC.--E. C. Morrow, ac
cused of violating the local option
law, was found guilty upon the testi
mony of a patrolman who had pur
chased intoxicants from Morrow many
times. The Jury was out but live
minutes. Morrow will be sentenced
A special meeting of the grade
school principals was held yesterday
afternoon at which it was decided that
all schools will participate in the Pis
ease Prevention day parade. The
kindergartens will be represented by
decorated Moats, as will the children
of the lower grades. Those of the
upper grades will fall into line behind
the Moats and and trucks that will
carry the smaller folk.
The transfer card system was ex
plained to the principals in its various
checkings and cross checkings. This
s.vstem is an index to the ages of the
pupils, their grades and the grade of
work being done by each individual.
The proposition of displaying" work
of the South Bend schools at the Pan
ama exposition was discussed but no
LOfiANSrOkT. Three Iog.inport
ptrls who graduated in the last senior
class of the loeal high school hae
ieclded to take up the profession of
trained nurses. Miss Edna McCul
lough has; applied for entrance into
the nurses training s- ho.d of the
Presbyterian hospital in Chicago; Miss
3'sther Dunn is studying to become a
r.urso at Michigan university and
Miss Esther .Benica is preparing to
begin a course of study in an Indian
NEWCASTLE. Tlie republican
county campaign will be opened here
on Oct. 1 with a meeting th;-t will be
addressed by Congn ; an Dam an
McKinlev of California. This city
!? one of three places n: which th
western congressman will
SAG IN" AW. Tho man who burg
larized the saloon of Indian Bill Snell
in Indiantown a few nights ago, was
evidently sarcastically inclined. Snell
was called to the phone afterward
and was coolly asked by a person who
claimed to be the robber why the po
lice ware not placed upon his trail.
Snell acted upon the advice, but the
police department has failed to turn
up the nervy burglar.
AVIATOR BRITISH HERO
Led Squad ron of Five Across the Cer
LONDOX, Sept. 23. Eieut. C. II.
Collett is the hero of England Thurs
day. His action in successfully lead
ing a squadron of live British aviators
across the German frontier and drop
ping bombs at Dusseldorf has lifted
a little of the gloom cast by the sink
ing of England's three big cruisers.
biiMK. Collett, who originally was
attached to the roval marine artil
lery, ranks as one of the most daring
and skilled aviators in Rngland al
though lie took up Hying only a little
over a year ago. He was one of the
tii st men in England to make the
thousand foot spirals in heavy aeroplane.
VIENNA, via Berlin and Amster
dam. Sept. 2o. The Austriaii troops in
Galicia, having settled the battle
ground upon which theywill oppose
the Russians are now on to e (Tensive,
it was announce! today. Heavy fight
ing Ls going on along" a line extend
ing from the Vistula river to Przemysl,
the ollicial statement says, and every
attempt of the Russians to break
through this line has been repulsed.
The statement continues: "The Aus
trian armies directed by the able
strategy of the general staff are now
in the positions to which they were
assigned, and their counter attacks
against the Russians are stopping the
enemy at all points.
"With the left wing resting upon
Cracow and the right upon Przemysl,
and the center strongly entrenched, it
is anticipated that there will be no
great difficulty In holding back the
enemy, who Is advancing too far from
his base to continue the conflict for
any length of time."
BOY HIT BY INTERURBAN
Andrew Pfaffcnbach Is Not Seriously
While riding a motorcycle south on
Walnut st. bust night Andrew Paff en
bach, 10 years old, was struck by
an east bound South Shore interurban
car and slightly injured. He was
taken to his home at 332 X. Stude
baker st. by the police. lie sustained
injuries to his head and side. Dr.
Charles stoltz was called in attendance.
A. DRAYTON & COMPANY
With the coming of cold days ot winter, also
come the thoughts of warmer clothing and how to
spend wisely the money saved for such purposes.
of the H. Lundy &: Co. stock offers you that oppor-
Ij tunity. You know what bargains we have been
5 u . r ..!. 1
selling, it remains ror you to take tnis great advantage.
The eighth grade Campfire girls
met for the first time Thursday aft
ernoon at the V. W. C. A. building
under the leadership of Miss Veda
Kellogg of the Eineoln school. Ar
rangements were made for the year's
COATS all New Winter Coats at
CASES AGAINST RAILWAY
ARE TAKEN TO ELKHART
Take change of Venue in Damage
Suits Grow Ins Out of Failure '
to Stop Car.
HUNTING ".TON'. In linr wnh its
campaign to awaken interest in the
observation of Disease Fr-.ntion day
on Oct. 2, the health board ot thN
c ity h;ts compiled a list of deaths that
could have been averted if the prop r
carv were taken to avoid preventable
Illness. The list includes seven ic
tlms of pneumonia, right of tubcrcu
h!if, nine of Intestinal diseases of
chtbiren. three of typhoid fever and
three of erysipelas, all of whom died
in the last eight months.
RICHMOXD. The e-tate of Ionise
I'. Rentlage, the young woman I k-
keeper for the Boston store here, has
I een sued for j9.37 4.no. This amount
1 alleged to be the amount Miss R.-nt-lave
was short In her accounts at the
time she committed suicide on Aug.
12. Th alleged shortage was not dis
covered until a letter, written to the
manager of the store was received,
admitting that she had been making.
Change of venue to the Elkhart su
perior court -was granted in two cases
against the Chicago. South Bend fc
Xoithern Indiana Railway Co. Thurs
day by Judge Vernon W. Van Fleet of
the superior court. The suit was
Mb'd by Jessie Wade and Henry
Dediteh. the former asking ST.. 000
damages and the hater M.l'lK'. They
allege they were riding on a Broad
way car on Feb. S of this year at
about V-O o'clock in the evening and
requested to be put off at Fellows st.
According to the complaint the con
ductor failed to call the street or let
them off and they were compelled to
pay another fare on the return trip.
They further state that the conductor
took them past Fellows st. o'i the re
turn trip and made them get off In
the deep snow in addition to using
harsh and abusive language toward
them. By getting wet from the snow
tho first plaintiff states that she con
tracted cold in her throat which kept
her from work and necessitated at
tendance of a physician, while the
svond complainant asserts that he
contracted rheumatism trom the walk
Your Common Sense
should teach you that all the talk or claims in the
world cannot down this fact: We are the only Up
Stair Shoe Store in South Bend, therefore Lower Rent
and Less Expense enables us to give you better Shoe
Values for "Less Money" than stores down stairs.
Women's and Men's Fine Shoes for Fall in $3.00,
$3.50 and $4.00 values, for $2.50, $2.85 and $3.00.
Look for the Big Blue Shoe Sign.
216 S. MICHIGAN ST., UP STAIRS.
S. B. Shoe Parlors
Barler Oil Heaters at
Coats that the manufacturers ask $12.50 to $32.50.
NEW WINTER SUITS
Lundy's Prices, $15.00, $18.50 and $25.00. Our Sale Price
90 RAINCOATS at less than manufacturers' cost which was $10.00 and
$15.00. Saturday morning we will place them on sale for
FURS at aurpriiing prices the greatest sale ever seen of high grade furs.
Come and nee the bargains.
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