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TiU'ItsDAY, OCTOHKU 8. 1911.
THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES REALTY MEN 10 ADOPT A C00EJF ETHICS Indiana Dealers Meet in First Annual Convention at Indi napolis Wednesday. INDIANAPOLIS. Oct. S. Ili.il tato dealers from practic'tlly evrry in thrir dls th r;jl oonsiIfr;ttin for which a sale In mat!. It is considered probable t"iat tho prj"nt temporary otficers wlli l-c ; mado permanent. j HUNGRY, HOMELESS VICTIMS OF WAR ARE I7 1 ' D -SCHOOL BOYS WILL i rc miPQTc nc Y r.r US k KJ L-J I J J I III FORTY-SIXTH INDIANA ! REGIMENT IN MEETING! IN A PALACE! !-I C'rampton of DoIpJiia. Stair Com- j mnndcr of the ii. A. K., to j Make Addro. ' special to The News-Tuney. KOCIIKSTKH, Ind.. Oct. S. Mem bers of the Kortv-sixth Indiana reci- city in Indiana r-.cpMndd today to the ment i ineetinc here Tlmr. l:iy a id invitations to attend the first annual j Friday for their annual reunion. Th convention of tho nrulv-form,, In. j feature will bo an addre-, by Lvl diana Heal K.-tatir a.M.ci.-iti..n. which , ( Tafr!,I,Uin tf IflP. tatp comn.nder open-d at the Clayj-d hotH for sr.- "f tno A' U- ffiCer "f, th,' sioni extending over thr- davs. J anizat.on are. John K. M ibanl. The first move toward the forrna- i Robin- T-.-i . : . ... M, . If taken r,r I'itto.nrVh l ,t .Ti.lv whn eon- secretary, and A. J. Abbott, treas- ----- - - bi'v w v a j a i V about 30 Hoosier realty men attended ,' . , T, the national convention of real estr. ! . doctors of F ulton county were en men representing stale associations I ln l, r: )f from all s.e.-tions of the country. At ! KItert rd, at l"ourn otla' a preliminary meeting h-ld in August ! Maxinkuckee ednosday. 1 Jr. Plan.s for the present convention of I 7 V 'ear ol Physician, talk Indiana real estate men were laid and j of his early practice. A banquet a temporary organization formed with!"! s'-rvrI- J. Edward Morris of Indianapolis as ! V'T v J u president; Leo J. Ninde of n,rt : and Marshall count es have been call- vnvn pni. t, i-i r.. Ta : ci to meet here I riday, Oct. to aj nc, r rank K. Kirn er of Term1 . . ,, , t , , . . ii-iiit. inr,u y .,n(, , , I-,- :nnminatp candidates for judge of the i tame. .Marcus s. Somtair of hvans- i , . . .. . , . . , . . but did not nominate for jude. It is ,1,11,.., , , thought that the republicans may do orris delivered he initial ,ikpv.if5, leavinf? S. N. Stevens, demo the ronvention tins after- r.. . lu.rrwi,,!tH tHti rinK. P!ini,i,ir,tP. Pres. M addresM to Iloon on "The Historv and Purnoses of the '-invention". j During the sessions the subjects of j taxation, land values, tax reforms. ood roads and the lieensing if real estate brokers will receive thorough consideration. A code of ethie will be formulated, discouraging speeulat ion by brokers. A ital clausi- expected to be insert ed will urge brokers; to make sales di rectly fo: the account of the owners, deducting only the legitimate commis sions and eliminating the growing custom of speculating for their own account with the property of others. This latter custom is characterized as unsafe and sometimes "dishonorable" and has been, debarred by many real estate exchange:; throughout the l.'nited S"at's. Another moral clause will proclaim it the duty of real estate brokers to, strongly encourage lients to express, REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS From the Records of the Indiana Title & Loan Co. NATION-WIDE EFFORT TO CONSERVE LIFE x 4 v I - s' .. , .: :; ; - : -..; -: f 1 v - : : 1 , 'v' w., .-'v': Iirough forward. $2 0,C5S. Anna M. Iiyrne to Elizabeth Heath, lot 9, Weber's addition to itoselawn, II. William C. Jackson et al. to Francis M. Jackson, a tract of land in Ger man township, Jl. Athelia Duey to E. Louis Kuhns. part lot 176. Cottrell's first additon. $1. Eleanor M. Hynearson and husband to Ualph II. Jernegan, part lot 7, H. 11. Fowler's addition to Mishawaka, $300. Lottie B. Melton and husband to Kby F. Underly, lot 4 72, Vernon Heights, $140. Rarney C. Smith et al. to John Nel son, lot S. Smith & Jackson's sub, $1. Clem W. Fulmer and wife to Fred J. Cook, lot 73. Byrkit's second plat Mishawaka, $34 3. Solon D. liider and wife to Wickizer P.ondurant Co.. lot 212, Navarre placo in Park addition, $1. Riverview Cemetery association to Joshua 1 1. Wilkins. lot 137, Kiverview cemetery. $9o. I'mnnuel Maudlin and wile m vr ly. 1 ,... . ... rr : ;.r- ' ' V. !?,' fc,.., fn;ifffpij j -v Si . a .Li rrrr ty? -rr . . j: prl r r Will A...: a- t v 'Ti v-r -v v" .., - s ... J., 4 sir f . Mk. . .. . . 9 ;.v. . ' c . Madi-on and I-afartt Ids Hint1 IYf Hun 011 Saturday. Ti: t-r;...? f,i;- t i- S -r!e ' ji.'ho .', J t '.at iT" to u'iven by t J'-' i''"r ;e;. .rt Ti.iT.t of th" V. M. A. tm ;rt r w.is ni.nl out at a mect-i-'-r the j-jrv'T !.o-ir,j of ii;M(t"r' bui'dinc Wedv.c- t.i-- ni't. h - ; r : r . : 1 M, th tl - : s o w ho ar i;i(1;!'!',M': !-.( ' " t ; r.e . u v a f !!;- scries id he ei i.i'iu. t:.o rm mhers of t'vi n i I 'if.,' rttc s. hi id. I) : lit- V. M . C. A. Al.-o it 'Ns of tli.s--- ;wo so'.ino! I' llie .'I'-cov 1 J o; t'iooti for a :'.r 1 . ",,:-:o; g to the " h i ;. 1 1 v 1 1 1 .-" . f the aff.'.ir. vhioh. j:co.,rM ol. ;!)( i-.ot :.ov. will he at- ,r:y e r- v in the tv o T-'' schedule f r the rem in5r. t ''i -.Is of the jor;o; follo-As: I tro'' j 'olfax and MtiesM-? s -h.ois. n, t. IT: i eighth era Ir, n0t. 24: Ihrby. "o.:;i;.ll Jhird ar 1 Franklin srho.K Oct. '.', ; j FhhT ard StUdrb;:ker s-I-.o.os. N v. 7. j . c;t:.i social, the f,rst of it kin1'. 's in Tc ritMi! .0. 1., ar1. 'i ever'." !'"V th .t li:s 1 tr been to iv:mj !'! rlvu't is invited. Junior sorv. ( helev '.s to 1 eharge of anotlicr hike Saturd.iv afr (.r.oon, a 4::h'! o'clock, ulun the e:n ' loved ! oys will tike their supj'r v.ith tlictn and tramp out alonr th- river tto. ard.- St. Mary's w in re a carap !!:e .vill he built. CHAUFFEUR CASHES CHECK .Mi- Mary Pul-er of Michigan "it y is Out SI. 200. Dinnertime for war refugees. Nearly 1,000 Belgian men, women and children, made homeless by tho fightlne; in their own country, are fed in Alexandra Palace, London. The p holograph shows them waiting for the meal to be served. rotta. parts lots I?, and 14, Dinan's second addition, $100. Don't publish, $1. Don't publish, $1. Alonzo N. Miller to James A. Mc Collough, lot 18, Fordham. $70. James A. McCollough and wife to to Francis M. Jackson, lot IS, Fordham, Merion (i. s'imenton. part lots 11 and! $350. 1 binric :0. Lawrence Battell's j George W. Lemler and wife to Campbell CHICAGO. Workmen and employ ers, engineers and physicians, social workers and club women will meet in Chicago Oct. 1 to consider methods of conserving human life. The "Safety First" congress will be presided oer by llobert W. Campbell of Chicago, one of the organizers of the National Council of Industrial Safety under the auspices of which the convention wil! be held. addition to Mishawaka, $1,400. Don't Publish. $1. Josephine Adelsperger et al. to Co lette Giede and John Giede. lot 22, subdivision lot "C". liiver Park, $323. Ko-xiuszko Building & Loan Fund association to Leo Pasmann and wife, part lot Raff's first addition, $1,000. Robert L. Geor and wife to Charles J. Allen, a tract of land in Penn town ship, S10. M. V. P.eiKer Realty Co. to Ben Baer, lots 410, 411. 41f, Beiger farm flfth addition. Mishawaka, $1. Riverview Cemetery association to Fstelle M. Knapp, lot 119. section B, Riverview cemetery'. $95. Charles E. Geyer and wife to John W. Nikart. lots 134. 135 and 136. Reiger farm third addition, $1,100. Hannah -Meeker to Henry C. Peak and wife and Nelson Hartford and 1 wife, lot 1, block 25, City cemetery, $1. Total. $23,406. Amount brought forward. $25,406. Margaret M. Stull to Burton H. Stover and Silas E. Ixmgley, a lot on Kwinsr a v., $2. William II. Hoover to Julia Tir- Christian Singer and wife, part lot 11. Stull's first addition, $1'. Ignatius K. Werwinski to Stanislaw Zultanskl and wife, lot 1134, fourth plat. Summit place addition, $4 00. Farmers Securities Co. to Alex Grose, lot 97, South East addition, $4,000. Benjamin F. Dunn to Stella M. Mil ler, lot 32, Berner Grove addition, $450. Edward S. Swanson, sheriff, to Mercy A. Summers, lots 158, 159, 161 and 162, Highland park, $818.04. Edward S. Swanson, sheriff, to Mercy A. Summers, lots 155, 156 and 157, Highland park. $2,198.44. Brought forward, $33,798.48. John T. How and wife and John R. Stelle to Otis A. Gerhart, 2 2. Home Development Co.'s first addition to Lakeville, $1,000. Ella B. Tucker and husband to Je rome A. Webster, a tract of land in Warren township. $20,000. Daniel Oise to The t. Joseph Coun ty Loan & Savings association, part lot 91, Bowman Place addition, $2 5. Iva E. Robinson and husband to Delia Reins, part lot 5, Keasey's ad dition, $2,300. Harold ii. Houghton and wife to Elmere M. Webster and wife, lot 199, South East addition, $1. Warren E. Whiteman and wife to William Van Wagner, a lot on Vistula av.f $4,0-00. Total, $61,124.4$. TEEBE HAUTE. James Jones reached in. a secret place in a shed at a distiller' where he is employed for his whisky bottle and got a bottle of carbolic acid instead. He died from a swallow h took, thinking it was whisky.. JOINS N. D. LAW FACULTY John P. Tiernan of New York Law School Added to Staff. John P. Tiernan of the New York Law school. New York city, has been added to the law faculty at Notre Dame university. Owing to the large number of law students at the uni versity it was found necessary to add another member to the law faculty. Mr. Tiernan is a graduate of the New York university and will be a valuable acquisition to the staff. .'"peeial to The News-Times. LA PORT I'. Intl.. Oct. . The habit .Mrs. Mary Rulcer of Michigan Citv has of siu'niiiLT her name to checks and then filling in the amounts as she p:'id her hills, cost her $1.2rt0 Wcd r sdav when Abe Hrown, her chauf feur took three to the Merchants Na tional batik in sums of .tS00, $:00 ard ?luu and after cashing them disap peared. Prown figured tho total of Mrs. Bulger's saings at tho bank and checked out the entire amount. TWO BARNS ARE BURNED No. 8 Hose Co. is Called to f27, li-MI Johnson St. Fire of unknown origin destroyed two barns at " 1 7 and 6.' 9 Johnson st. at 2:30 o'clock Wednesdav afternoon. The building at 627 was owned b Louis Tadriz, and the other by Karl and Duzin. Hose company No. 5 made the run. INSURE AGAINST BOMBS Lloyds Quote Irices on Podhle Dam ago to London PnMTty. LONDON. Oct. S. Lloyds Wednes day began quoting prices against th risk of German aeroplanes dropping bombs upon London buildincs. T!v first price was three shillings and s ; pence per cent. This was very low, being only 1 1-6 of l per cent. ! trrz ju.'? V' n 7- t 1 mi i Jn The Eliel Pharmacy Emiel Ryer, Ph. G., Mgr. I. Cor. Washington Ave. & Lafayette St. Phones: Home 5392; Bell 392 GRE ATE R PR AC! THI E, PUBLIC ENEF IT TO : All women and men who have patronized the great sale of the H. A. Lundy stock will recognize the force of this statement The tnousands of dollars sold emphasizes the fact of remarkable values received. The thousands of dollars of new merchandise received is also moving fast, showing that our prices are right to maintain a big saving to the public. The Lundy Store mil) 1 VflM j) p if y jj i 1 "When the Evening ' Whistle Blows." After the long clay's work work in wood, leather, flint or stone dust dust that burns and chokes, you may demand and need a pure and nutritious beverage. Hoosier Cream, Tiger Export Beer, the drink of the temperate, will nourish and rest you. Brewery Bottled. SOUTH BEND BREWING ASSOCIATION Servant to Lovers of Good Beer. 14 "A 11 i l t C1 it 1 V 11 '3 1 Another Lot of New Silk Blouses Came in today Crepe de Chene and Messaline in the very latest designs. Colors are navy, white, blacks and some in light shades. Waists usually priced at $5.00 and S7.00. We are selling these at $2.50 and S2.95. Also have a complete range of Silk Waists, the S3. 50 kind, while they last, will be priced at $1.98. WASH WAISTS. We are selling more Wash Waists every day. The values must be talking. No old styles all fresh new stock, made this sea son at 29c, 59c, 79c, $1.00. A SURPRISE IN MILLINERY. A new York agent called on us with a handsome sample line of Silk Velvet Hats. We bought the lot, about 100 in all. To morrow they go on sale not at their reg ular value of S3. 50. We sell 'them to morrow for $1.87. All new designs this season. SUITS TAILORED in all this season's fashionable designs. Short and Long Coats. Plain and pleated skirts with tunic. A new lot arrived to day that are worth far more than our moderate prices. $7.95, $10.95, $12.50, $15.00. Cor. Wayne & So. Michigan WE CONTINUE I lie nndy Store! THIS G SALE New values in Smartness and Quality that are beyond our utmost of the Past. To see these wonderful values is the best evidence of all in favor of immediate purchase. COATS to prepare for winter. $15.00 values in Scotch Wool Plaids, $8.65. S20.00 values in Handsome Seal Plush at $9.98. S22.50 values in Striped Ural Lamb at $12.50. S20.00 value in Silk Lined Epongees at $12.45. S20.00 values in Grey Chinchillas at $10.00. S32.50 value in Brocaded Silk lined Eponge at $12.45. S50.00 values in Black Silky Pony Coats at $19.75. S90.00 values in Handsome Seal Coats at $50.00. Never was such a wide range of smart winter garments shown at such prices. We invite your early inspection. Look them over. The manv new styles of materials and trimmings are too numerous to give descriptions. Children's Coats made after the same styles as the women's, in all the latest materials, are shown at $2.98, $3.98, $4.95 and $6.95. Watch Our Window Displays. COATS FOR RAINY WEATHER. No use spoiling your gowns and pretty suits, when such garments guaranteed storm proof are selling so low. We are offering SI 0.00 and SI 5.00 Coats in silk tinish at S7.95. Cravenetted, S5.95. The sale of the Lundy Fur Stock, just at this time means Furs that are perfect in style and quality at prices way below the market. At just the start of the sea son. Note the Partial List: 4 Russian Seal Coats with Fitch Martin or Leopard Collars, new cut, Lundy's price SI 00.00; now S55.oo. 8 Russian Seal Coats new cut with handsome brocade lining; Lundy's price, S90.00; now, S50.00. 20 Smartly Fashioned Pony Coats, llat silky Leipsic dyed skins, Lundy price, S5o".00; now s"l0.75. 1 Black Eastern Mink Set; a beauty. The finest quality ever shown. Lundy's price S250.00: now Si5o.oo. 1 Elack Eastern Mink Set.. Same dual ity but not quite so elaborate. Lundy's price SI 75.00; now SI 15.00. 1 Real Black Martin Set, tine quality. Lundy's price SIOO.OO; now S6un. 1 Set cf Natural Red Fcx, very full fur. Lundy's price SS5.00; now s.So.oo. 1 Set of Asiatic Mink of beautiful nat ural color. Compare this. Lundy's price S45.00; now S27.50. 2 Fine Blue Wolf Sets, line samples nf this Jesirahle tur. Lundy price S57.5t; now Sl5.oo. The above furs are now on sale at these remarkable prices. Dnn't he disappointed if you miss the chance t buy such stylih merchan Jiie for le-s than the cot nf ra'v hi Jes. We aUo h;ve a tine line of separate .N'uns and Scarfs at bargain prices. They are moving rapidly. We cannot replace them, better ch"Se now. i 3 i i v 0 t f 4 S 4 L r I I 4 ( 4 I C"3 , (V, , , Mil II il I a