THE. SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES
TiinisD.w, octoiu:k s. mil:
SMS BRifONS ARE
0 THE BITTEREST FOES
Young American Theological
Student in Louvain Relates
Experiences in War Zone.
South Bend Chub Women Are
Planning to Join Movement
"Back to Cotton'' for Dresses
of A rchSi-hop
I'pforp U-.ivin fr
many war adven-
iSprtMsn; ff JVori.i,
his Jiom, riiatcii
U'hilo he u;s h-ll in Cologne as a
P.ritish spy, his lather in lJ'.('.-trr,
N. V., lrij)p (l flrail from In-art lis-c-ajso
hrouht on by worry o er youns
"I hal l.M'M in Ixuvaln three venr?
ftu(?yin.c; for the priesthood." paid Mr.
.Spalding, "but I was at Itonn, rier
many, when the war started. I b arn
cd that tho (jcrxnans have a personal
hatred of tho I'nlisli. whil- thev have
no ti-Unx toward th- I'r :u-h as in
dividuals. It is the common helirf in
(Jermany that the rarnpai-n atrainst
Pari.- and I Iridium is only a sidestep
on the way to tho lJritish co:ust.
If the Hermans are aide to pain
and hold Antwerp they ay they can
reach tho KnKli.h chores with their
"I saw thousands of prisoner. Tho
captured English invariably try to es
cape. Tho day I left Uee I was told
a, whole, trainload of Knslih wero
killed because, they tried to escape. I
also saw three nuns with their breasts
cut off taken through I,iece on a Ger
man train with other prisoners. I did
not know their nationality.
"The Germans are trying to he kind
to the survivors In eastern Helium.
They are distributing free soup to th
homeless. Hut there ,iU bo terrible
suffering and many will starve before
tho winter is over.
"Tho Germans destroyed louvain
and tho beautiful university to strike
at tlio heart of tho I5el;:ian govern
ment. Practically every I'elidan offi
cial is a graduate (,f the university.
The city, which was a center of cul
ture, is now a smouldering ruin."
J-,C l,i 5jC
NEWS OF INTEREST
TO POLISH CITIZENS
and Krowinir clem and. our rnanufac-
t ... , , Hirers will undoubtedly pain incentive
Progress Club Likely to Take 10 d Krt'al lhin-s w-ih cotton which
.... , I we cannot now foresee or imagine."
Formal Action When Report , -Mrs; g Phnups of the Thur.-
liiade ; ht' s-'lto federation. expressed herself
j in fawr of the movement us a prin-
on Dress Reform is
How many housekeepers in outh ,
I'.end have taken the cotton movement;
se riously ? How many have harked j
TALK STARTS A FIGHT
Iirnatz Itapiski Pays riii for Aanlt-in-
Tleauso Frank Penv ki talked about
Tsnatz Kajiski's wife, who was Frank's
sister, the lat'er fought Demski in his
homo We' ,.sday and as a result was
compelled 4 appear in police court
Thursday morning to answer a charge
of assault a;:;! battery. He pleaded
guilty and il a line of ? 1 and costs.
back to the calico days
of inhaais and "prints"
of aiding the country?
If there have been but
the number promises t
the near future, for the
of tho city, at the insti:
-to tiie days j whom the
for the sake ton would
few thus far,
nation of the
about to endorse
State Federation, art
Publicity has aroused a great deal
of enthusiasm among the women, for
they feel that this is a movement in
which their participation is necessary
to success, for the women are the
money spenders of the bind, and the
cotton users too.
The Progress club will probably
take some action in the matter at itsj
genera', meeting Saturday when the
reports of the biennial will b given,
as arrangements had already been
made for a report by Miss Addie v an
Den Ilosch on the sessions of the na
ront vi;w stylus or wiktii-
VOJt WAISTS si. 00 IIACH
Wir'vhmors have the style appeal
nnd character of waists which ordin
arily come much higher but YVirth
mor Waists are always a dollar each.
This is Cotton Goods Week -made
in the I H. A. we ek special allies
thrcughoi t tho store.
Also this is Glove Week, new
gloves at ihe same old prices.
committee on dress reform.
Favor American Good-..
"The national federation." said Mrs.
Victor Jones, president cf the Prog
ress cJub, "sounded the note in favor
of American made poods at the bi
ennial in June, just before the war,
and its ;sults in this country were
foreseen, so tho "back to
movement will merely give added ini-
i'ciuji anions ciuu women, io a larger
movement already started in favor of
all American products.
"I think there is no doubt now that
American women will discard the cus
tom of importing clothes and other
things from tho old country merely
fer the sake ef fashion or beauty and
will take ui the more patriotic sup
port of home industries. The idea is
certainly practical or I do not believe
the women would have taken it up at
"The matter will probably be
brought before the Progress club Sat
urday afternoon as we are to have
reports on the dress reform move
ment, which is of course' now involved
with cotton movement."
Thinks Movement Fine.
"I think the movement is a fine
thing." said Mrs. Kichard Klbcl. "Kx
travagance in dress is certainly out of
place just now and if simplicity is de
sired, what could be more simple or
practicable than cotton. Put not only
i is it more simple, it is also more san
itary. It used to b that parents
dressed their daughters in cotton
frocks winter and summer until they
ciple but added that "In
fnmily the purchase tf a
amount of cotton goods
aim tnereiore tne movement
toucn mem to any marked extent, or
rather, it will not change their mo'de
of living. Of course, it is different
with peoole of wealth and fashion for
use ol a great deal of cot
be an innovation. Perhaps
they will be able to accomplish trie
good they hope to do."
Indiana Women Join Move.
The cotton movement amonf wom
en is the outgrowth of the "buy-a-bale-of-cotton"
men. It was first suggested by Miss
Genevieve Clark, daughter of the
speaker of the house, and was quick
ly taken up by certain smart sets in
the east. Then it was endorsed by
Mrs. Percy V. Pennybacker, president
of the National Federation of Wom
en's clubs and linally was taken up
by the club women of individual
Among Indiana club women Mrs.
Felix T. McWhiner, past president of
the State Federation, and well known
and admired by .outh Hend club
women, is enthusiastic over the Idea,
for she is of southern birth and under
stands what the movement will mean
l) the south.
"The club women of this state are
so closely allied to the women of the
southern states," said Mrs. McWhir
ter, "that I am sure we will all re
joice in being able to help our south-
cotton ern sisters in this, their hour of need.
The movement will mean a return to
the more sanitary apparel for chil
dren. Schoolgirls would enjoy the
chance if the fashion was set. It
would carry with it the advantage of
bringing the country at large into
greater resourcefulness anel self-reliance.
The fact also of good fellow
ship em account of incidentally aiding
the south would bring a closer friend
ship and union of all sections of the
country. Ultimately tho prosperity of
the south would more than balance
the inconveniences and sacrilices to
fashion which might result from a
general movement for the use of cot
"We note with pleasure the increas
ing use of cedton fabrics in household
furnishings. The artistic effects are
such as please the most fastidious. I
favor a cotton exhibit as an American
woman of southern blood," said Mrs.
social i :v i:ts.
Mr. and Mrs. Anthony P.ilinski, .27
S. ("hapin st.. entertained at a sup
per Wednesday evening as a courtesy
to C. C. Clinton of Chicau-o. who is
the uest of Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Pilinski. i' j? S. Laurel st. The evening
was spent socially and Miss Martha
Pilinska delighted the guests with
several piano selections and F.dward
Klowctter with violin solos. The
the average , guests were C. C Clinton. IMward and
considerable j Fred Klowctter, Mr. and Mrs. Frank
is enforced j Pilinski. Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles Hilin-
cannot , ski and Martha, Iy o and Pernice
I The exercising class and tho Tennis
i club of Popsh Falcons M. Komanow
I ski will meet Friday evening at Kos
! ciuszko hall.
Tho exercises of the junior and'
UH'i V- 1 l - Jk ' . I Ue I'll."" i u 1 1 A I
No. 1, will meet Friday evening at 7
o'clock at Z. R hall.
The singing rehearsal of St. Hed
wige's Choral society will be held
evening at 7:30 o clock at the
Hedwige school building.
week's visit with Mr.
Ignatius Wolfe. Perkins t.
William Royer of PulTalo is in the
city on business.
Mieczyslaus Adamowioz of Gary is
in the city on business, also for a
visit with friends.
Frank Dctler of Chicago left this
morning for Indianapolis after a
short visit in this city.
Charles Struzewicz. W. Division st..
left this afternoon for Hammond to
spend the week end wit a friends.
COKNFK MICHIGAN STItFirr NI JI'lTFIlsON POFFFA AHP.
The funeral of Helen Jenczewska.
two-mnths-old dau-htcr of Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Jenczewski. ;5F Ti W. Dun
ham St., who died Wednesday morn
ing at 1 o'clock following a brief ill
ness, was held this morning at S
o'clock at St. Adelbert's Catholic
church. Kev. John Kubacki. paster
of the parish, ofliciated. Purial was
in St. Joseph's Polish cemetery.
were pretty well grown. The cotton
I nuil'f im.nt will rw ir.1nr-. rtt
lliu I 1111 lib Mill 11 V VI ; 1 1 ' L 111U UV L llt'k
only a return to this custom but will
extend lrinto tne nign sctiooi in wnica
I there has been much talk of dress re
j l O I Ml.
See "Till UK WARD OF THK1FT"' xl xno suue conierence oi me in-
nt the Auditorium Fridav or t h i oiana i augniers ot me American uev-
v.eek, and then epon an account at
Tho Ellsworth S'oro.
the st. Joseph County Savings ban!;,
the largest, strongest and ' best man
aged savings bank in northern Indi
FORSAKES DREW FOR
. : ...
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olution to be hf Id next week in Fort
Wayne, the endorsement of the move
! meut will be urged by the state re
gent. Mrs. Caleb S. Denny ef Indian
apolis, "l am strongly in favor of the
movement." Mrs. Denny is quoted as
saying, "and will do my share of buy-
in ir and wearing cotton goods. I do
not think anything is prettier and
when it will help out enir southern
sisters, why not?"
Mrs. Hatch Favors Move.
Mrs. F. M. Hatch, regent of the
South P.end chapter of the 1). A. P..
who will attend the conference at Fort
Wayne next week, is heartily in favor
of the movement. "It is fitting, I
think," said Mrs. Hatch, "that women
should embrace any movement in
which a question of patriotism is con
cerned, especially a movement which
is so eminently practicable.
"Not only is xtra vagance in dress
out of place just now, but I believe
the movement will result in great ben
efit in the future, for it will surely
develop great possibilities for the cot
ton grower and the manufacturer of
cotton goods. With increased trade
SEE REWARD OF THRIFT
AT AUDITORIUM THEATER
Picture is Arranged for Fy Savings
Hank Section of American
for a few
Auditorium theater of this
be shown, throughout the
evening, Friday, a feature
Miss Clara Wozniak arrived
from Toledo to spend a few days
relatives and friends. She
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Fred
ski. 914 V.'. Sample st.
Mrs. Agnes Pietrzynski
arrived hero Wednesday
days visit with relatives,
she Is the guest of Mrs.
ber, 1403 S. Scott st.
Walentine Sparazinski. W. Thomas
st.. has left for Grand Rapids to spend
a few days with friends.
Miss Kegina Pozewicz and Sophia
Dambrowska, 122 7 W. Thomas st.,
have gone to Chicago to spend a
week with relatives and friends.
Miss S. Makielska. 411 N. Pirdsell
St.. who recently underwent an op
eration at the Epworth hospital, was 1 children to see "Tho
removed to her home today much im- Thrift", as the lesson will
hore for a
HESS IS BACK IN JAIL
Say He Ignored .ludge's Len
iency ami Skipped.
poy Hess, found guilty in police
court last January of assaulting John
Weiss of the Weiss Dray Co., was re
taken by the police Thursday and will
be compelled to stay in jail until he
pays his tine. Past winter the court
granted him the leniency of paying
iiis tine, which amounted to $K, by
installments of $2 per week. After
his release on this condition, Hess
but the trio
Miss F.oland has
tho Frohman fold
featured this season
K. John Drew has
women in his new play,
does not include Mary
tatuosqi'o young person
w it hdrawn from
and she will oe
bv Joseph Prooks
Knoblaihs play. "My
Tin: kli.swoktii stohi; is co-
OPFK VTINC; IN THi: NATION
WIDE COTTON MOVEMENT.
We are glad to join in the plan
which means so much to the South.
This is Cotton-Coods-Week.
Special prices on Cotton Goods
throughout the store.
Advt. The Ellsworth Store.
ASKED FOR NICKEL BUT
GOT A DRINK, HE SAYS
Traii-dcnt" Tells Jud:;v How He (lot
Drunk Without Any Money
Street (iang (ids Hccruit.
"Saloon keepers won't sive a person
anything but a drink, even though
lie would rather have a nickel."
(Jeorge Woolman of Chicago told
Judge Warner in police court Thurs
day meirning, when Woolman explain
ed how he got intoxicated when he
had no money.
He said that he was trying to get
out of the city and asked a bartender
for a nickel, but that all he could get
was a drink. The judge gave him 10
minutes to get to the city limits and
Woolman promised to make it in
spite of the fact that he has the
"gout" in one foot.
Four other prisoners were arraign
ed Thursday oa similar charges. Wil
liam Green, Paris av said he did
not know whether he was entirely
drunk but presumed he was. He had
been in before and the Judge told him
that .outh Pend's street cleaning gang
is running low and he was assigned to
this department for CO days' service.
Jacob Williams said he was not
drunk, so the court held him over
until Friday, when the policeman that
made the arrest will be brought
in to testify. Pond was lixed at
$2 5. William 11. Davil of Flint was
given the same treatment and he will
le tried Friday. Edwin Prodbent,
743 S. Michigan st., pleaded guilty and
paid a line of $11.
Pojarzewski, who has been
few days, returned this aft
his home in Gary.
Szmanda arrived here
Wednesday from IVtroIt for a week's
visit with his aunt, Mrs. Josephine
I'rawat, 10. "3 W. Napier st.
Joseph Gatter of Michigan City left
this morning for Toledo after a busi
ness visit in this city.
Paul Glodecki of Hammond is in
the city visting reltives and friends.
John Kowalewicz of Chicago is in
the city on a business transaction.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Warlick of
Detroit arrived here this morning to
be the guests for several days of Mrs.
Cecilia Kamrazewski, Phillipa st.
Anthony Rogowicz. X. Hill st., is
critically ill with typhoid fever.
Miss Margaret Kowalska, who has
been here for several days visiting
friends, left Wednesday for her home
in Michigan City.
Walter Clark ha left for Milwau
kee after a business visit In South
Uev. Roman Marciniak, C. S. C,
pastor of St. Stanislaus Catholic
i church, left this morning for Chicago.
While there ho will be the guest of
Rev. Casimier Sztuczko, pastor of the
Holy Trinity parish.
Stanislaus Wietrzycki arrived here
this morning from Cleveland to spend
a few days with relatives and friends.
Mrs. .I.eo Zytlewicz returned Wed
nesday afternoon to her home in Mil
waukee after a short business visit in
South Pend. She was the guest of
Mr. and Mrs. John Krudewski. Dia
Frank Pednarowicz. W. Sample st..
who has been critically ill for several
days is now somewhat improved.
Miss Anna Kuczvnska returned to
her home in Chicago following
picture entitled "The Reward of
Thrift". The picture was arranged in
cooperation with the Savings Pank
Section of the American Rankers as
sociation, of which organization Rome
C. Stephenson of this city, served as
president in 1912-1913. Tie object of
the pictures is to inculcate industry,
economy and thrift and to leave tho
impression with an audience that by
adetpting certain well known prin
ciples of frugality and practicing sys
tematic saving that it is possible for
every person to have a savings bank
account, and to be in an independent
condition when misfortunes come and
work is scarce. Fathers and mothers
are earnestly advised to take their
to all and the impressions left will in
duce many to change their habits
from waste and extravaganve to
economy and thrift.
This is a very opportune time for
"The Reward of Thrift" to be shown
in South Pend, as all amounts de
posited with the t. Joseph Loan &
Trust company prior to October 11th,
will draw interest at four per cent
from October 1st, and amounts as low
as one dollar will be accepted in
starting a savings account. Advt.
DISMISS ASSAULT CASE
Charles Cary Escapes When Wife Re
fuses to Testify.
Charges of assault and battery
lodged against Charles A. Cary, C17
S. Lasalle av., were dismissed by
Judge "Warner in police court Thurs
day morning when Mrs. Cary, who
made the charges against her hus
band, refused to talk. According to
the prosecutor she came to his olfice
alleging that her husband had been
exceedingly cruel to her. He was ar
rested and allowed to go home Wed
nesday night on bail. When the time
for the trial came Thursday morning
his wife refused to testify against him.
YOUTH HELD FOR THEFT
Henry Koperski, 16-year-old hoy of
T0 8 S. Lincoln st., is held by the police
charged with stealing $2 0 from John
C. Parrett. Koperski was arraigned
in city court Thursday morning and
trial was set for Saturday, bond being
fixed at $3 0.
Goshen Races. Wednesday.
all4th; Thursday, Oct. 15th.
TWO MEW ARRESTED FOR
RIOTING DENY CHARGES
Steve and (icorgu Hanzszak First to
he Taken As KcMilt of Monday
By Rev. Bertrand L Conway, C. S. P., at
sc.- ' Tin: pi:vapi of thrift"
at the Auditorium Friday of this
w k. and then open an account at
the St. Joseph County Savings bank,
tho largest, strongest and best man
atl savings ank in northern Indi
..i : Adv.
REGULATE YOUR BOWELS!
Furred tons:u Pad Colds. Indiges
tion. Sallow Skin and Miserable lRad
nches come from a torpbl livr and
constipated bowels, which cause your
Ftornach to become tilled with undi
gested food, which sours and fer
ments lika carbae in a swill barrd.
That's the first step to untold misery
indigestion, foul gases, bad br ;th,
yellow skin, severe colds, everything
that is herriblo
Steve and George Panaszak, 15 4 0
W. Dunham st.,ure the first two men
to be arrested as a result of the riot
at Dunham and Harris sts. Monday
night when Joseph Derguc was se
riously injured. They were arraigned
in police court Thursday morning to
answer a charge of assault and bat
tery. Poth entered pleas of not
guilty and trial was tixed for Friday,
bond being lixed at $100.
That there are further arrests to be
made as a result of tho riot was the
assertion of the police, although no
names were given out. Steve and
(lonriro Unn-mznk were mixed im in
the riot last spring when nearly j0;fc
prisoners were tried on similar
charges. Steve asserted Thursday
that he had nothing to do with this
affair, declaring that he was home in
bed when the trouble started and that
he only went down to the church when
he heard the noise.
OCTOBER 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 1914.
Non-Catholics Most Cordially Invited.
Ejm m ; mm i n
if Kf I vi z
2ZA-j.r- ,' ,' TTi
tmr ,4.00-4?? s- Mich. st.
-UiLIil H. 6644. B. 2969.
and naus?atinsr. A
will sundy stiaight-
n vim out iy niornni,' a ln-cent box ,,. crati'led
will Keep your neau eiear. stomach i Joseph
sweet, liver ano ro-.e.s regular ana
make you feel cheerful and bully for
Don't forget your children their
little ir.sides need a u'o.m, gentle,
cleansing, too, occasionally.
The St. Joseph County Savings bank
urges the general public to see the
great picture, "THK UK WARD OF
THRIFT," to be shown at the Audi-1
torium in South Pend. Friday of this
week. The lesson will be so impres
sive that it will simply be impossible
after seeing the pictures to spend
money foolishly, thoughtlessly and
extravagantly hereafter. The result '
will be that many persons who have ,
not heretofore h-'d a savings bank ae- i
count will want one. This de-ire will
V. IO CCMT BOXES
X i rT5 St 30 CENT CCXTS-
rt.'Vj ij'Vr V.i 4
; - ANY DRUG STORE
t the ofTlees of I lie
Cotintv Savings bank or the
Joseph I;in A; Trust Co., as
amoUTT.s deposited pri(r to Oct.
will draw interest from ct. 1.
onk pni.bAi: is suiheient to open
an account and git the bank book
and then the owner should make de
posits of small amounts weekly and
it will not be lone until surprise will
be manifested r.t the growth thereof.
Id llw. II. & v..
With SI order r out, not in
cluding Flour, Fruit or Vegetables.
Sugar. If. .; I'.
CranulatctI Sugar, lb. .
Xot OA or 10 llr-i. to tustoniers
t thoo not wanting to buy
SI worth. We do not lumdlc
Red Salmon, 1 lb. ' J
tall can J. j
for . .
Sea Tuna 7ish, can
Olive Oil, each
10c; 6 for
Peanut Butter, lb
10c Package of
... sd J)
See THK KF.WAPD OF THRIFT
.it the Auditorium I'riday of this
week, itnd then open an account at
the St. Joseph County Savings hunk, j
the largest, strongest and best man- ,
;'ged savings bank in northern Indi-j
Arjo Starch, 6
3-1 0c cans Bor
den's Milk . . . LVsJij
Pure 1 If
Lard, lb. . JLCPC
Coffee, per lb.
Fresh Milled Relied
Ozls, 6 lbs
Finest Spring- Wheat
nonr. '2i t-'2
W inter Wlioat CQn
Flour, sack . . . jj
Hershoy4 '27c ciin
"o a. Very siccial.
t an I K-
i-. ....... 95
uu: iMttics OC
nniM Catsup. uO
pkg., ca-h. . . U-
Compound '1 J
Lard, lb. 1 I C
Butterine, just like
Good Luck, OQrt
2 lb. pkg, . UOL
pound . . irf x v
30c Santos Cof
fee, per J
white, pck, 15c; bu-i
$5 to $8.50 Skirts for $3.95
We purchased a Skirt maker's entire stock, Serge,
Poplin, Panama and Sicilian Skirts in black or navy; all
sizes; see window; $5.00 to $8.50 skirts. Sale
0 45?) fry) e
iX. . W A.' . . .
Don't take chances on coal. You can buy clean, clink orlcs.s To
cumsch Coal tlirtvt from our mines at mine "prices. Suvo $."0 to
$100 on tlc. year's supily. T1kus;iihLs urt? dohi It. Wliy not you?
nn rrt r n
m it ii ii ii
vw; ij-x iu
to prove out 13,400 T- T. U.Vs to the ixmml, with only 0 a.sh
and 9c moisture. Why take clmnees on sliort weight and Inferior
coal? Our mines, located near Yineennes, Intl., are almost at your
dtior. Tate atlvantae of your location and save tle cxih-um; of
lonjj, costly freight luiuls from 1 -Eastern mines.
Tlie cool club plan has Tk.cu vorkel suoccs.vfully by many of
our distomcrs. They buy a carload and split it letvoon tiiejn.
Tho salii Is wortli it.
In Carload Lots F. 0. B Mines
f.xP inch lKmstlc Kpp $2.00 per tn
3x1 inch Dornostio Nut 2.00 rr tri
0 inch Domestic Lump 2.00 per ton
Screening! 1.10 per ton
i.rusluvl Mine Itun, miy slz? 1.10 p"" t-n
IVj inch Lump lhO per ton
Treiglit rate to South Hend only IO Cents per ton.
mARTIf J-HOWE COAL CO.
Miners and Shippers.
V. IT. Howe, Pres.
Job Freeman, Vlee-Pre.
Auto. Phono C3-IJ;
Deposits before Oct. 1 1
Draw interest at 4c
eginning Oct. 1.
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