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CELEBRATE FEAST MEARSIDE STQP rt son Our Boys' Section for Suits, Coats, Hats and Sweaters. OF C S IDE BT US I PICTORIAL REVIEW PATTERNS MopAr. orroi;m 1. i.mi. Robe T J-1 - - f -o- -oO -5 Jewish People Are Temperate! New System Went Into Effectj Says Rabbi Cronbach Only Sunday and While It Took Peace is That Which Comes: Some Hustlina Few People From the Almiphty. Tbe inst of tabrr.acles was ob k rv'l S jnlay mornfnr At Tvrnjjl' Hcth-SL. A taLrnarle of the tradi tional tvp Mood ujton th- altar. The rholr n-a,i asitM by th Jf-vi.-h chorus. Mr. liana Hoedr jilayed a c?-llo solo. HabLi Cronbach .spoke as follows: "Christian tpmpfrancp workers oc casionally tell me that if all people were temperato slk tho Jews there would bo no nftl of tf-mprancf? agi tation or prohibition campaigns. "It la a familiar fact that taloons do not thrive In a Ghetto. Whrn the Jows move into a neighborhood the fcaloon:i move out. "Jt Ia out of sympathy with the difficulties and efforts of our non-Jew- ish fellow citlzeni that I watch with Interest the attempt. to reduce and abollfeh drunkenness. "You need not be a prohibitionist, you neel not be a teetotaler. Still you surely cannot deny that drunken neyj H a friphtful curse and that to KCt rid of drunkenness no pains r sacrifices should be regarded as ex cessive. "Tho tendency In religion ha.s been to emphasize and perhaps over-em-phairizo that ret is holy. Work has been carried on under conditions that aro larpply unfair and unwholesome and that is how work nt to be looked upon as something unholy and pro fane. "As tho conditions of labor pet to be more humane, wholesome and fair, tho holiness of work will Ret to be more and more an article of f.vith. To make people work excessively and to underpay them for their work i not only -wicked. It is sacrellsious, U is abusing a holy thing-. "There is a Joy above all joys', the Joy of the heart that has found its placo and its peace in Hod. How real i? that joy the Joy that does not de pend on circumstances or conditions, the Joy of knowing that He, the In effable Ldght, the Effulgent Grace, is yours, your very own. "The Joy that need not be bolstered up by success or flattery' or comfort or bright prospects, the Joy that you carry nround in your heart'." Inner most shrine! The storms of life touch that joy, the loom of death cannot affright that joy. "We have to push through pain and anguish to win that Joy. Heart per turbing1 sacrifices have to be made. We have to be humbled in the dust, many a time, before wo can he lifted up into this Joy of Joyt. Cherished am bitions must bo renounced, fond hope must be Immolated upon self-denial's altar. "I never pray In this pulpit that distress and trouble may always be far. To do sr. mifiht be to pray for the death of tH joy consummate. "I love the t.-.'nsi In our Sun day school, I love these who are not In our Sunday Mchool. Just because ( love "them I would not wish that their lives bo an. :irinterupted run of coziness and iuccpm. "Jut becaus-j I love them I want them to knov what anpuish is, just because I love them I want them to know how the bitter cup tastes. Just because I levo them I want them to pass through defeat and disappoint ment till, wearied of llfe'n shams, dis satisfied with life's tinsels, they fly for refuge into the arms of Him who is tho rock of aires; the one fixed stake to which the spirit may clinj? amidst life's storms and floods." Missed the Cars. Hid you ro to the "far side" of the street yesterday to rt on a car and while standing there did you see the car stop on the "near side?" You did? And then you had to hustle across t the other side to pet on before the motonmn put on his Well, that all came about because yesterday the btreet railway company put. into effect th "near side stop' resolution adopted two weeks ago by the council. When thev adopted It tho provision was made that it go in to effect no later than Nov. 15 and since the street car company had nearly all of Its "stops" painted it put the new system in action yesterday. According to Supt. F. I. Hardy everything went off smoothly with the exception of a few instances where the prospective patrons were not aware of the new stop system. All polen on the "near" side of the street have been decorated with a ring of white above and below a bigger ring of black. And in the street next to the car track is anothe? wide strip of white which gives the passengers a line on where the cars will stop. It is also an aid to the motorman. Mr. Hardy explained the white strip on the pavement as an adaptation from the New York "safety zone." The "safety zone" is a square or white cement near the tracks to julde pas sengers to the point where th car will stop. The safety of It lies In protection. It affords passengers against automobile and other vehicles as they must avoid crossing these sljares of white cement. With the exception of five or six oases all poles have been painted with the "near side stop" ulem, said Mr. Hardy. A few others will have to be relocated, a mistake having been made by the markers. BELG1W1S NOW II DSTEWD CORNER STONE FOR NEW CHURCH IS LAID Various Articles ami LUts r Interest to Grace M. 1. Congregation In Receptacle. The Methodist churches of the city united Sunday afternoon in laying the cornerstone of the new Grace Meth odist Kpiscopal church, corner of Michigan and Tutt sts. Tho stone contained a copy of the Iible, a copy of the Methodist dis cipline, a membership directory of Grace church, a subscription list to the new church, an account of the erection of the new tabernacle, a list of those -who subscribed to the build ing fund, a short history of tho Grace cbt;rch, congregation written by C. I. H rod beck and H. N. Hooker, and many other articles connected with tho his tory of tho church. The program of the exercises fol lows: Hymn 6S0 (Methodist Hymnal). Trayera Uev. J. W. Hunch. Hp worth Memorial; Row A. G. chafer, formerlv of Lowell Heights: Uev. A. W. Smith. River Park; Rev. J. I Mc Kar, Stull Memorial; Rev. M. C. Hunt. Trinity; Rev. M. H. Appleby, district superintendent. Scripture lessons Old Testament, Psalm 12. Lr. J. I Gardiner. St. IVnsl' Memorial; New Testament. I Cor. Z:2Z, Dr. 1 1. U Pavis. First Methfdit. Quartet. "How Amiable Are Thy Tabernacles". Address. Rev. M. H Apleby. Krailing of the list of arti cles to be placed in the stone. Will iam R. Sohafer. president board of trustees. leaving the stone and clos ing prayer. Rev. Frank K. Pough-erty. tkrri: corrr.r.. Roy H. Curry of South Pond nnd Mis Marguerite Corners were mar ried S.it urd.-iv at hc-r home In IMxn, III. They will be at home in South Head aft-T Nov. i. Mr. Curry is the son of Mr. and Mrs. R F. Curry of thU place. P. J. Smith spent Friday at his farm here. Mrs. J. W. Cauffman entertained at a women's missionary meeting all day Thursday. A pot luck dinner was red to 4 0 members and visitors, Ms- Alice Wykoff is a guest of her daughter. Mrs. Clare ZUIer. .Mr. u.nd Mrs. Hen 1-ong of Tee garden and Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Hasley of Un-men, Mr. and Mrs. llcn janilu nnd family and Mr. and Mrs. James Huston spent last Sunday with J. W. Rrown and family Th famlli" of Fl-r HoNter and Willie Moyer spent 1W Sunday with Mr. and Mr?. Jake lu-nnett. east of Cottug Hill Mr. and Mrs. August Anderson en-tert-lnei Mr. and- Mrs. li. F. Curry snd Mr. arid Mrs. Kuv 'urr at din x.er lixi Sunduv TO Jl Surprise Attack of Franco British Forces at Quaterich Prevents Germans From Cut ting Off Retreating Army. LONDON'. Oct. 12. The Germans, cheated of their chance of cutting off the retreating Relginn and IJritish army of defense in its tlijfht from Ant werp by the severe check administer ed in the surprise attack by Franco Hritish forces at Quaterich near Ter monde, are now advancing rapidly on (stead in the hope of capturing King Albert and the entire Relglan govern ment. The lielKian, Held army, assisted val iantly by large detachments of British cavalry and infantry' and the Rrltish naval brigade which eluded the Ger man flanking movement near Selzaete has made good its orderly retreat and the main body has succeeded in reach ing Ostend safely and Intact. It is now In a position to effect a consolidation with the allies. As soon as this Junc tion Is a fact, the Belgians, the Rrit lsh and the French will form a new battle line.to the south and east of Ostend for the defense of the new Rel glan temporary capital and resume the offensive operations against the German lines in Belgium. Refugees from Bruges and Kecloo, including man,y women and children. are Hocking into Ostend fearful of the coming of the Germans. They report large bodies of uhlans scouting in the vicinity of these two cities and spread ing terror as they advance. lU-rlin dispatches report that the 2 0 0,000 troops who formed the be sieging army before Antwerp, to gether with the heavy artillery used In the bombardment will be immed iately transported to France and that Antwerp will be made to serve as a sea base for a new campaign against Kngland in which minea and sub marines will play nn Important part. These dispatches also state that the headquarters of the German general stuff officially announces the capture of Antwerp and add that they cannot estimate the number of prisoners taken. "We took enormous quantities of supplies of all kinds,' says the of ficial German statement that the Ger man military commander of Antwerp hs warned the people against com mitting overt acts against the Ger mans which will be punished accord ing to the laws of war, and, he adds, "may lead to the demolition of your beautiful city." Personal protection and immunity from property loss are promised those who abstain from hos tile acts. Irlncc Kntcrs City. Prince August Wilhelm. the fourth son of the kaiser, was among the first to penetrate the furtilications at Antwerp. The prince sent nn en-thusia-tic, message to the kaiser who replied, bestowing the Iron cross up on the prince and upon Gen. von Hcs eler. the German commander. The losses sustained by the Germans in the battle near Termonde where they were forced to cross the Scheldt un der heavy fire were enormous. This is probably the first instance since the beginning of the war in which a surprise attack has been carried to a successful conclusion. The presence of the French and British allies in great force in this vicinity has been successfully hidden even from the scouting aviators. The Germans are striving desperate ly to gain control of all the railro-xd lines in northern an! western Belgium to block the onward march of the French into Belgium. Meanwhile the allies are striking at the railroads now held by the kasier with equal de termination. Tlie rapid transfer of the force of allies to Termonde shows the surprising development of the French system of transport. It Is repoited here that Germany is preparing to force its war demands against Holland and tht It will lay claim to the mouth of the Scheldt on the wroimd that it is neces.sary as an emergency war measure against Great Britain. The Scheldt wiilch makes ffl Bon rS Ton anish Co irsei All Your i roubles AV i; If you have fallen into a "rut" of buy ing Corsets carelessly, let us exemplify what knowledge and trained service will accomplish. Mrs. Walsh of The Bon Ton and Royal Worcester Corset Co. will be with us all this week, and will take pleasure to explain the merits of front lace corsets. Our demonstration the past week interested large crowds every day. The BoN proper fitting is most essential to a good TON f, FRONT LAC Vr vv3 If 41 WL1 Now is the Time fo r a amcoais They save the price of themselves by keeping your dresses clean from mist, rain and spattering mud. Here they are, priced for tomorrow. Strapped and Cemented Seams on all Coats, plenty of Navy Blues and Blacks; all sizes, $2.98, S3.98, 55.00 to SI 5.00. Children's Rain Coats with Hats and Capes to Match, for Boys and Girls, S2.9S. Sweater Coats at Great Savings Children's all Wool Sweater Coats, worth 32.00, tomorrow $1.25 Women's Fine all Wool Sweater Coats, worth $3.95, Kfl for 4i.JU S5.00 Women's Fine Sweaters . . . $3.50 Special Announcement Our Holiday Import Line of Handker chiefs are now opened up and on Sale. Our Kid Glove Section is Best Now. Our Holiday Import line of Ivory Brushes and Fancy Articles are now on sale. Our import line of Embroidered Linens, Lunch Cloths and Fancy Linens are now on Sale. 7, 77? 10.00 and 12.00 Skirts 6.95 at 4 "Lr'" 3 Tomorrow we offer you 50 New Skirts from one of the finest makers in America. New Fall Skirts; yoke with pleats at Side. Beautiful materials. pumTkins Rctetsra Bros. Co. $ZL The Annual Pumpkin Show will b held at our store, Saturday, October the 17th. All interested farmers wishing to compete in this an nual contest are requested to send in their names by postal card to our advertising department at once. See the list of prizes offered for the best specimens of pump kins and squashes. EIGHTY DOLLARS IN PRIZES will be given for the best specimens of Pumpkins and Squashes as follows: Frist Prize Beautiful Black Fox Shawl Scarf, value S25.00 for the best specimen Pumpkin, regarding weight, size, and shape. Second Prize New style Winter Coat your choice value Si 0.00, for the second best Pumpkin. Third Prize Fine Russian Wolf Scarf value SI 0.00, for the third best specimen of Pumpkin. Fourth Prize Handsome fur scarf value SS.oo, for the fourth best specimen of Pumpkins. THREE PRIZES FOR SQUASHES. First Prize Fur Scarf value si 5. 00 Second Prize New Style Winter Coat Slo.OO Third Prize Fur Scarf value S5.00 Special judges will be appointed to award the prizes. Com on vou farmers let us see who can show the best pumpinks in Northern Indiana and Southern Mich igan. 1 j 11 , 11 wmmmmmnmm i IM WIWI M I mil n I I I n I n I i I. I i n Mil i i i li i 1 1. I ..... -i i 1 i 1 1 3 Antwerp one of the greatest ports in the world, Is a neutral waterway be cause of the fact that It flows through Holland to the North sea. Holland May Join. Holland has an army of 250.000 men on the active list with a reserve force of 100, 0U0 which it can call up on to enforce its demand that its neu trality be respected. Utilization of the Scheldt for war purposes may draw Holland into the conflict, al though one Iutch politician is quoted as saving that Holland does not be lieve it her duty as a neutral to closo the passage? of the Scheldt and that no obligation rests on Holland to stop the passing of ships between tho North sea and the port of Antwerp. Realizing that Dutch hospitality is being infringed upon by the immense number of refugees who have Hooded the southwestern sections, to the great embarrassment to the people and the government. Raron von Schuster, the governor of Antwerp, advised all t lie Antwerp refugees to resume their homes at once. Despite the alarming condition which exists in Holland owing to the lack of railroad facilities for the transportation of the fugitives, the Dutch government has even gone to the extent of commandeering" automo biles in which to convey the refugees northward. Dispatches from Rosendaal say that the refugees continue to arrive there on their wa.v to Holland and that their number may now be estimated close to a million. Unofficial dispatches declare that CJerman requisitions of food supplies had been so heavy that Rruppels is threatened with famine and that the United States government has been requested by Rerlin to insure the pro visioniner of the civilian population of Rrussels, the distribution to be under the control of the United States min ister and the legation staff. TEAMS WILL ENTERTAIN .Monday Mto club Will Have Weekly Dinner Tonight. The Monday Nite c lub will give its weekly dinner at the Elks' temple this evening and the Fawns and Fed eral teams of the Federal league will entertain after the dinner. lie cause of the extraordinary entertain ment arranged for the members are requested to come prepared to dine at G:30 o'clock sharp. win-: itr to (ii-rr vyn;. The following is a list of the mer chants whose cash sales, checks and receipts are good for votes in th? con tests: Sacks of Rose Leaf, Oolden Horn, and White Rose Flour, American Trust Co., Lassalle theater. Surprise theater, Star theater, Orpheum thea ter, Catalog Service Co., Rrandon Durrell. W. K. Sherman, cloaks and pults, Sibley Hardware Co.. Living stons, clothing; Piatt & Ferkej-, The Clothing Co., Raker Shoe store, Walkover Shoe Co.. Muessel's grocery, Hurwich's Cash grocery. Smith & Wherrett furniture. St. Joe Furniture TO CALL AT WHITE HOUSE Col. Henry Watterwn to Meet Ifest Wilson. WASHINGTON. Oct. U "Marse" Henry Watterson, editor of the Louis ville Courier Journal, who with Col. George Harvey quarreled with Wood row Wilson when he was a candidate for the democratic nomination for the presidency will call at the white house, it is expected about Oct. 1. It will be the first time he has seen the pres ident since the evening of the quarrel. For several months common friends of tlie president and the editor have worked to effect a reconciliation. HOLLAND. John and Kdward Glerum will go all the way to San Francisco on bicycles. They expect to arrive in the coast city in time for the exposition in Raincoats arid Rubbers at THE RUBBER STORE JOli S. Michigan St. Co., Walter c. Miller Coal Co., Feasor and Feasor Coal, Tho Gate ly Co., Clauer Jewelry Co.. Has tian's drug store, Central Electric Co., .South Rend Bread Co., Russe Rros. Raking Co., M. A. Fralick milli nery store, Reyer Floral Co., I. W. Lower Decorating Co., The Hmogor Lumber Co., Walters, dyers and cleaners. LAWTON. More than 1,800 car leads of grapes have been shipped from this locality. The basket famine has not vet been felt here greatly. CADILLAC In a family tluht which was a free-for-all affair. James Laltuo bit tf the end of his mother-in-law's linger. lie und his wife wcie indulging in a "spat" when her parents appeared on the scene and took a hand. Mrs. LaRue was rendered un conscious when she was hit n the head with a porcelain crock. IaRue v:n taken to a tree, stripped anl whipped. HOLLAND. Henry it. Rrink's hook and stationery sfre in this city wai robbed of $f,o0 worth f kodaks and other bric-a-brac. i r El i . . li M in mm ' im .. ! i mi n- i . n I Hi M) , I I I ill I M I iw-f' '. m I COUNKK .MICHKJ.W STUHITT AVI) JMITTIHSOV ROl'LI'VAHi). U . 0 c : rFS . I P ihyu y vkJ &9 1 1 HI I hi I! r ' f il l t7: II iiQiVA, H II h It :ll M iilAit ft t- 1 - Ur SPECIALIST Successor to United Doctors. Nervous and Chronic Dheascs of Men and Women. ROOM 12, TOEPP BLDG. Office Hours 9 to 12 A. M., 2 to 5 P. M.; 7 to 8 P. M., and 10 to 12 A. M. Sunday. m.. i )m i i in ir i f -i. . - i A mm mm 1 00 pieces New Fall Dress Goods in all colors; a big purchase; worth to $ 1 .00 a yard, J t i i test 's luesday i . -, -- we .i . f H1CHESTER S PILLS THE DIAMOND r4ll .llkXrDrfrlt(f(- lrvr4t. AUWril!. M.TI1I5 tUiMU.ND UUA.NI 1'ILlJS k Ttti jnn k aown u Si's. 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