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THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES
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A SUCCESSFUL AFFAIR
Ladies' Aid Society of First
Presbyterian Church Enter
tain Royally With a Tempt
ing Menu.
Tn nnnml Tutch market in a LI of
th" I.-uliiv' AM s hifty of tho rir.t
J i '-! yt ri.iii -iur-h was h-ll Tu s
il.iy - vii:g in th- rhtirfh iarKr.-
whi.-h h.nl :11 tho ap'M-aranrc of a
!nU,l town in minriUin. The lailk-s
n.ul -vil ntly sin-nt murli tinu- ami
U.cunht in pr'p.iriiu: fr tlw occa
sion, and that their efforts wto p-Ir--iat-tl
was vilnt from tho largf
oanilir who patronized the various
hooths daring th, even in t:. and who
aid tribute to tho xcellencM of the
viands I J." satisfying their apparently
healthy appetites.
Tho mrna was as follow1?:
I!rov,n IJread White P.rcad
Warm Rolls
Pre.id Chicken al Lroaf
Sauer Kraut Wh ners
1'otato Salad Fruit Salad
1'ukeU JJeans Sehmier Kase
Coodlr-s
Cherry Pie Pumpkin IMo
Cakr
Coffin I'.utUmilk
1'nr thrc hours the ladies wr
Knen all the work they could well
attend to. Tho rails i.n them for
"Mcond helpings" vro numerous,
and they graciously saw that all their
l oirders. for th nonce, had a sut!i-
ieaey of all the ood things they had
provided
There were. ipht booths in charge
f tho following ladies:
Haskt-ts Mrs. A. C Orr.if)r.d. wife
i f the pastor of the church; Mrs. M.
31. l'islu r, Mrs. W. i:. I'.orh y.
Sandwic hes Mrs. t;s Iieploffle,
.Mrs. William I'awley.
Meats Mrs. Frr d Willett. Mrs.
S. lmyh r SprafTTie, Mrs. Fred Hess.
Kaked leans and cottage cheese
Mis. Kalph Jerne-an. .Mrs. llcrt Ken-
on.
I'ics Mr.?. T")rolitt!o, Mrs. Strtildo,
Mi-- IMna Thorndyke.
rakes Mrs. White. Mrs. Tupper.
i,nv.- Mrs. Murray. Mrs. Ilrown.
I'amly The Misc- Helen Tapper.
Y-Ma Tapper, Margaret White, Sadio
lattlo.
A goodly srm was realized from tho
fjorts of the ladies and everyone was
hitrhly satisfied with the success of
the -thair.
roiiMi.ii 3iiMiAv.ii. in;s.
Mrs. Frank Crove, formerly of this
city and reo-ntly rr.idini; at Jackson,
Mum., died Monday after a short ill
ness at the ae of ') years. While in
this eity she was a prominent mem
ber f the Methodist Memorial
hiirrli. Surviving members of the
family are the husband, who resides
at Jacksn, one. yon and two daugh
ters, Charles Croyr. .Mrs. Fred Sny
der and Mrs. If. J. Hambriuat of
M j.-dia waka and two sons, l.ouis and
Harvey of Jackson. The local ineni
f'Cij of tho family hae left to attend
the funeral.
scotch Mi:i:riN(; tomc.ht.
The members or tne Feotch Thistle
lab will meet at s o'clock this cven
ir.i: in thf Hotel Mishaw;ika to deter
mine on the St. Andrew's day cele
oratiou. All the members from Mish
awaka. South bind. Xilcs, Fdkhart
and tlosheti are tired to attend, a
this will bo the first of a series of
me- tinus to be held throughout the
winter month-, and will he fraught
w much interest. Puno.m Camp
bell, tho club's president, will occupy
l :i" c !; lir.
hokcas sociirrv n:irrs.
The I.reas stei-ty (f Metho-
o;-t Memorial church met Tuesday
aiternoun at tho home of Mrs. l'.u
tord T. I IcHniuamh of Lmc . Cb-ve-'and
st. Tho afternoon Mas spent in
sew for the ChristiTias bazar which
n ill be held the lirst Tue sday in Dec
ember. Following the work of tho
afternoon u luncheon was sered by
;ostcsS.
mrrn:s i kom miciiicav.
1. C. I'erkins of this city returned
to Mishawaka Tuesday eenin after
spending several weeks in the vine
ards at Iyoui;hton, Mich.
i:i:m:si:i ri:ou (cakantim:.
The diphtheria uuanintine has been
lifted from tho home v-.f Mr. and Mrs.
'scar Swat Ins ood. S. Main st.. their
daughter, who was ill. basing entire
ly I e;'t i v eT"c d.
tiutispay's ri:vi:i; in.Tii.
The subject for Thursday evening's
praver meetinp: at tho First Christian
church will he "Tho Father's House."
MISHAWAKA CLASSIFIED.
roi; j:i:t kooms.
FOR 11 J "NT Front room. Xteam heat.
'n! ec.'fTK es. Inquirt Mrs. Joseph
Wachs. Ill 1-J N. Main. sL
i ou s.m.i: iiorsr.noi.i coons.
Ft HI SAI.K Kitchen cabinet, russ
and runner, hal! and ,tair carpet,
1 .nvii mow r. j.of h swin'-:. etc. Cheap
if takeii ii,, u. 11. I Wis; Second st.
Foil .AT.K Hard coal stove, almost
new. i'heap. ".dl venimrs. Home
phono H'j: 17a -t s-cond.
v am i:i -misci:i.i.am :oi s.
WANT HI " To ler.t in or n:,r Misha
waka or Kiver I'ark a 0 room house
with one or more ant of land for
poultrv ral-iin. H. V. ;.::ir.
? av r .
ANNUAL DUTCH MARKET
roil nrjsT nor mis.
rll i:i:NT 'heap. T-r.:'. house
on s --uth side. ln;;:ire Ilalph S.
Feiu'. atty. -at-law. W. Second st.
! !: i:i:.T !r;e ro. rr.. centrally lo
c.itd. Fse .f idiom- and b.ith. ZIZ
W. Sc o:d .-t.
roil sr. ii: ui:ai. itati;
rCi: .V"A Id: Modern b..-.usehd l fur
litur? at :-4-. W. Fourth st., or will
rent house furnished. Alb modern
Chlniie-y. f urr..". s. stw. es i leaned
black, and s- t up. IJcll phone
123. Heme, lis.
.ii.
MISHAWAKA BOWLING
city iiii(;rix
itunr:i:cos
Knoblock 0 7
(lusmoro 1 7
Ferris Ml
Oilman 174
JJrown
Handicap 101
1 . ! 13 4 410
121 I ". j 4 2 1
l::s H'.7 4 4 'J
142 i:i7 4j2
1 1 : 14 1 4 21
101 101 4S:i
S40 'J 03 2642
107 122 475
11 'J 'J'J Z?.l
1 ."i S 1 4 S 4 3 S
12:: F12 440
14 1 i:.7 4 30
l'JS VJi 50 4
2G &4U 2754
;j-ic;n:.
132 1S4 f.lt
114 124 J3
1 1 'J 17 4 419
132 133 30'J
15i 11 452
10S 1JS 594
9:; 931 270S
192 187 5SS
13i 200 4f9
135 133 380
HJ7 100 4 32
173 120 461
2 0 9 20 9 62 7
1012 903 29S3
Totals
H FN EDICTS
Harvey
Krtntz
K. C. Kllsasser.
Heimor
Montin ,
Handicap
Totals
, 1 1
, 111)
is:,
, 112
1 S
,972
CHI'CKXT.S-
C. Uoth
Kempner
Farnum
J. U th
Dedrooto
Handicap ...
17."
laa
1 2 ,
U
17S
11 S
Totals 0 44
colon i:ls
Kankarnp 209
Mattison IZ
WlndblKlor US
Knoblock lfi."
h'mith 152
Handicap 201)
Totals
SOUTH 117S x
FINISHING
Hubbard
Sodaquist
Iteis
BrambridKo ....
Kenner ,
Handicap ....
ATCII co. lhgui:
,159
,119
159
172
1S4
19 3
143 103 409
113 110 342
12 0 115 400-
133 150 46L
179 193 550
195 195 583
S91 874 2753
150 174 46S
139 172 4 91
1 6 S 14 0 4 7 4
113 150 272
173 17S 52 S
230 230 693
973 1050 3023
Totals . . . . ,
JHWKLING-
Jensen
Dura ml
Kllsasser
Hyatt
Dumhauld
Handicap . .
9S8
14
ISO
100
109
177
230
Totals
1000
MAXrrACTCKJlKS' LIlAGUn.
HALL HAXD-
ISook 1 49 137 2C0 4SC
Mclntvre 210 10S iSl 559
Fisehman 14 1 145 182 46S
Suhr 170 171 100 501
Keynolds 130 1SS 177 501
Totals S00 S09 900 2313
DODGES
Kohledor 177 1U 109 527
K. Lott 179 10$ 137 484
Zimmerman 203 19S 171 572
Spaeth 202 139 10: 510
Klacr 151 192 191 534
Totals 912 S7S S37 2G27
SINGE US
Low Score . . .
Cool
Madison ......
Flanagan . . . .
Haugan
Totals
LIVERS
Fernandez . . .
Drain
Ton hey
Atvas
Cover
Totals
12s
1 9 0
, 14S
142
155
700
1 5 3.
12S
172
172
10S
79 3
t21 117 39G
130 2 OS 52 8
124 211 4 S3
ISO 132 474
210 182 550
705 900 2431
135 102 470
140 105 4 33
121 107 460
201 147 520
149 130 407
700 791 245U
190 192 33S
D;7 232 558
17 2 19 3 u 1 4
19S 172 314
147 100 514
M0 051 2C3S
1S2 1S9 347
17S 170 525
19 1 117 4 79
100 1 10 44c)
1 3 0 10 0 4 0 S
847 704 2459
STFDEIiAKEnS-
Milhi
Schmidt
Iloth
Pickelhaupt . . .
Zilkey
Ti'dais
WATCH CO.-
KTomer
Farth
Martin
Knodle
Naft.or
Totals
150
159
157
144
197
797
170
171
171
15S
172
FLAN BIG SUNDAY SCHOOL
RALLY DURING HOLIDAYS
Flans and arrangements for the big
Sunday school rally the Sunday pro
ceeding Christrmus day at the Metho
dist Memorial church were partial
! formulated at a meeting of the- Sun
day school boa-d of tho church
Tuesday evening. It was regular
monthly meeting and monthly reports
from the heads of the various depart
ments we re heard. The report of tho
treasurer was also read. Tho reports
showed splendid work during the
past month and an increase in the at
tende nc e.
It was decided to gise a special
program for the big rally and plans
to this extent will be furthered at a
meeting of the board te b held
soon. It was also planned to have
all of tho departments to participate
in the program en that event.
uim iiNs riio.M iiacini:.
George Eberhart and E. N. John
son returned to Mishawaka Tuesday
afternoon from a motor trip to Ra
cine, Wis.
PREMONA'S TO PLAY
TOPEKA NEXT SUNDAY
The mest important football game
in the community next Sunday will
be the contest of tho Premonas and
tho Topoka spiad at the north side
ball park. Mishawaka. as the South
Rend Silver Ed ires will bo visitors at
Fort Wayne. The local game is ex
pected to bo the best of the season.
The' strength of tho visitors is assured
anil a good game may bo expected as
last season's game with this club end
ed In a score of 7 to 0 favoring Mish
awaka. Tho locals expect te take
next Sunday's game with a greater
margin.
Tuesday evening another practice
was held at the indoor diamonds at
Central station. Coach Uurke of
South Rend was hqro an'J put the
men through several now formations.
Open work was tho feature of the
practice and will comprise the efforts
of the club next Sunday afternoon.
ships iiinns to xitw ,ti:iisf.v.
F. A. Payetto. proprietor ed! the
Vhiteiew. Poultry yards', Tuesday
shipped several large saluablo whiio
Plymouth rock cock birds to a fancier
ia Ashland, X. J.
Telephone Your Items
to The News-Times
123 S. Main Street
Bell 10; Home 118
CLASS IS INITIATED
INTO MOOSE LODGE
Mishawaka Lodge No. 1202, L. O.
O. M., on Tuesday evening enjoyed a
very interesting and pleasant meeting.
The SuUth Rend Lodge No. 4 59 otfl-
cers and the protective team were
present and initiated a class of eight
candidates in the local lodge. The
team was in good trim and outdid
Itself in tho demonstration of the
work.
After tho Initiatory work, a social
time and smoker was enjoyed. The
quartet of the degree team furnished
several selections, while the captain
contributed one of his favorite solos.
Piano selections added to the enter
tainment, they being furnished by
William Lorden.
The social and interurban commit
tees promised more social meetings.
TO TAK IZ IN CLASS.
The Ladies of the Moderni Macca
bees will hold a regular monthly meet
ing Thursday evenin" in tho K. O. T.
M. hall. A large ela.ss of candidates
will bo initiated. Elkhart hive No.
913 will exemplify the initiatory work.
ItKYOLUnOXAUY I'ICTUKK TO
MGIIT. Ono of tho greatest war dramas
ever presented will be at tho Century
theater tonight, when 'Tho Swamp
Fox", in threo reels will bo shown.
This is a story of the revolution. Ma
rauding Cherokees attack the cabin
of Jacques Videau and Francis Marion
and the settlers x to ihe rescue. Tho
Indians set fire to Videau's home. Tho
family rush into . the open and. aro
slain with tho exception of Mary Vi
deau, 10-ycar-old daughter. The chief
makes her his prisoner. At tho ar
rival of tho settlers tho Indians re
treat Later tho Cherokees ambush,
tho pioneers. A terrific hand-to-hand
battlo takes place. Marlon rescues
Mary from tho Indians. Ten years
later Marion, a provincial congress
man, returns home to find Mary has
grown into womanhood. He falls in
love with her, but because circum
stances seem to indicate that Gabriel,
his nephew, nd Mary are in love with
each other, ho conceals his affection.
Call us for -icxs on scttiivs: up and
blacking stoves. Home phone 85;
Hell r-:5. C. Ii. Jlarnartf & Son. Advt.
FRED BELTING WEDS
MISS MARY P0PPE
Popular Couple United In Marriaffo In
Pretty Ceremony at St. Bavo's by
the Kcv. Father Shoekacrt
A pretty wedding was solemnized
at St. bavo's Catholic church "Wednes
day morning at S o'clock, when Miss
Mary I'oppe and Fred Belting wero
united in marriage in a nuptial high
mass by Res. Father Schoekaert. The
Mendelssohn wedding march was play
ed by Miss Schlemann of iouth Bend.
Tho bride was prettily attired in a
gossn of white silk messallne, with a
lace bodice and trimmed in lace and
insertion. She wore a full length
bridal veil caught with lilies of the
valley, and carried a white prayer
book and rosary. She was attended
by .Miss Agnes Pelting, sister of the
groom, who was gosvned in light blue
silk poplin, trimmed in cream lace
and tiny rosebuds and carried a
shower bouquet of roses. Littlo Miss
Rernadetto Rriesbrook, niece of the
groom, was the flower girl. She car
ried roses and lilies of the valley and
wore a white embroidered voile dress.
The groom was attended by Julius
Newhouso of Lydick.
After tho ceremony a breakfast was
served at the home of the bride's
mother to the members of tho bridal
party. The home was prettily deco
rated in roses and ferns. At noon a
wedding dinner was served. Covers
were laid for 50. At 6 o'clock a din
ner will be served, and this evening a
reception will be held in honor of
tho newly wedded couple.
Both the brido and groom are well
knosvn residents of this city and have
a large circle of friends. Tho bride
is the daughter of Mrs. -Mathilda
Poppe, 511 W. Sixth st. Tho groom
is tho son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Relting, 510 W. Sixth st. II is em
ployed at the- Central tire station as
driver of the auto tiro truck.
Among tho guests who attended the
svedding wero Paul Stacie, Moline, 111.;
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Newhouso and
son, Julius Nesvhouse, of Lydick, and
Mr. and Mrs. V. LaFrco of Van Cus-
Mr. and Mrs. Reltimr will bo at
borne to their man friends at 511 W.
Sixth st.
.TAfOB SHANK SlRrRlSDI).
Jacob -Shank. Washington uv.. w:?
Mipris.-d bv a number of his neighbors
Tuekiv evening. The evening was spent
in ociul diversions., Luneheou was served.
Covers svere laid for eight.
MISS -iVILKLOU' KXTKRTAIXS.
Mis Rart'.ira Wilklnw, S. Cbun-h t.. on
Tuesday evening pleasantly entertained
the i:nibroidT.v club f South lUud at
Lt-r houx. A lino lunehevn was served.
AT TIIK I'KINCKSS.
fhnrsdsv afternoon and evening the I
lf.th episode of the Million lv.dlar Mys
tery will be f-hown at the Prinees ami
en Friday. Facie Tom's Cabin will he
shown. There will to a tspe-elal -school
rhtldrvn's matinee in the afternoon at 4
o'clock.
nrKKD it HY Tin: way.
Mr. and Mrs. Sim Striker have changed
tla-h refddence from Cedar uud Second
sts. to the lle-iger Uat.
Joseph do Lorenz! li:s gno to Dal
lis. Tex., where Lo will sjKd two weeks
vilting with hi brother.
Mrs. John Credghton of Warsaw. Ind.,
is In the city visiting with relatives and
friends.
Mr. ar.el Mrs. Irnnk Winchester will
leave "Saturday for Laiising, Mich,, where
thev will reside.
Mr. and Mrs. I'. It. I'.eilton, Goshen, are
visitiug in tho dir.
lr. T. C. Stoweli nrd John Yna Pinter
are enjoying a ttsldn trip at Laglo lake.
Mrs. CI lid on Smith, S. West St.. wiro has
he'i seriously ill, is in a critical condi
tion. SOCIAL C LI II TO
Another raevting of the
MLKT.
social club of
the Mihusaka high pchool will be held
Thursday afternoon ia the auditorium.
Plans for the year'i program of enter
tainments will be completed.
UNCLAIMED LETTER.
letters remnining in the postofTloe nt
Mbihnw-iikn. Ind.. und Qrlvertied (K-t. 20:
Lucille lU.ike. Kora Rirkrnan, Mrs. Chas.
IUuer. Mr. Winer Grafet, Kite Illld
bnir.d. James Kline, M. J. KJeln, Prank
MoPunn, .Mrs. Jennie McF-nnn, Essie M
F.inn. .Mrs. Jel Nt. Mrs. I. Put-t.-rson,
Mr. Idl JUherts, Walter M.
Stacks, Ed. Sialj,
FRANK WEBSTER ARRESTED
FOR STEALING WHISKY
Prank W-),tT w. rr --''i W-ln'-day
inonii: g i:i this eltv . u a !ur'" f
lavia- .-fl-a w!;iky S..s;t ti l'.-.-:ni. Ti:"
::rr"t s.m mad-' ar tli.- rrj-t f the
S..ut!i Head J..,;.,-. U'elster, it i c!.ili:il.
ii: compaay with n'.. i held ia that
city on a similar -!i.ir;v, di-i' v.l of
ral cas-s ef ti.. H-ju-.r aiam.-g nier
ehat.ts in this city. Weaker was tukea to
Sotith Uer.d W-diie.!ay atteriHMiu.
Two niea arre-ti in South I'.'-ad Tu
d.iy e):i susj.i. lii, are sai l to he wanted
in this city for the th.ft of a i-air of
trouers from the N.r:h Shle Saving
stre. TLe tmu-.rs were lif eirlv
'lu-sday niornln-. A ewidu- tor of a
south sale ar is sail to Lave nothed tho
m.u and eaue-d thir arre-t. They will
Ik- hreiught to tliis city to answer io the
charge.
1'ruL.k Fellis in the city court Wednes
day nwrnltig '"leaded guilty t tho
charge of joiMie intoxieaiie.n and was
lined l and c-sLs which he paid.
A fi.':e eif .l :md cosrs asM-s'i to
harles S.-hrader f.r joihlie lutoxieatioa
in the eity iM.iic-,. ciurt Tuedav inrnlng
ss-:i.s susp ended.
lle'nry au r-ker. el;argel with jaildic
Intoxieation, was found guilty Tu.-sdav
morning hy Judge l'elg and was riued $i
and costs, amounting to .ni.ro, svhi'-h he
win unaltle to pay. He will he eompelled
to lay out the Uue in the county jail.
kojili:im:u h.m:k.vl
Tlie funer.il of the late Alhert I. i:h
le.ler svill be held Thursday afternwn at 2
oVIoek at the r-idene. The serriees
will iKj )rivate at the residencr. At -:'')
o'clock there will l.o servievs at the
Metli.-list Memorial -hur-h. Uev. Loreii
M. IMw.irds svill officiate. This service
will be public. Puriul will be ia the City
cemetery.
xotici: K. OF V.
All members will meet Thursday
afternoon at 2 o'clock at the lodge
rooms to attend the funeral of Broth
Ilohleder. R Il.HUXTBR, M. II.
SOL ALBERTS. C. C.
Advt.
Royal tailoring Lehman's.
TWO KILLED. FIVE HURT IN
"JOY RIDE" IN CHICAGO
Auto Crashes Into Steel Trolley Polo
and Occupants Aro Hurled
Out.
CHICAGO, Oct. 21. Two men were
killed, a woman was hurt, probably
fatally and four men injured today
when an automobile containing the
seven persons crashed into a steel
trolley in South Chicago.
The dead:
Thomas J. Rafter, 4 0, 7 IS S. .St.
Louis av., city fireman.
Frank Leonard, 2 4 47 Warren av.,
clerk.
The injured:
Miss Minnio Sarabad, internal in
juries, dying.
Emil (llikauf. 160-1 S. Turner av.,
tho chauffeur, minor bruises.
J. C. Nadler, 2115 Grace st., bruised
and cut.
T. Robert Schultz, bruised.
Unidentified man, bruised and cut.
Miss Sarabad's companions gave an
address for her which proved to bo
a vacant lot. The license number
shows the car belongs to Sidney .
Waney, 1010 Almond st.
The police heard tho autoists had
taken tho car out for a joy ride.
BOMB BLAST KILLS TWO
Montreal Police .Search Tenement
Ituins for More Ilodies.
MONTREAL, Que., Oct. 21. With
two known dead, one dying and seven
seriously Injured as tho result of an
explosion that wrecked a tenement
building in Frontenac st. last night,
the police are digging in the ruins
today in an attempt, to recover bodies
of other victims beliescd to be buried
XEW, POSITIVE TRMVTMIIXT
TO KIJMOVE HAIIt OR l'UZZ
(Beauty Notes)
Women are fast learning the value
of tho use of delatone for removing
hair or fuzz from face, neck or arms.
A paste is made with some powdered
delatono and water and spread on the
hairy surface. In 2 or 3 minutes it is
rubbed off, tho skin washed and every
bit of hair ha.s disappeared. N fail
ure will result if you are careful to
buy genuine delatone. Advt.
Aro Your Feet
In a Ifise?
Does tho Aching, Burning, Throbbing
Nearly Kill You? Try TONGO
Instant Relief.
How silly it is to suf
fer with tired, aching,
burning, swollen feet
that hurt so you can't
think of anything ele,
when TONUO. tho
z vMa f ln'i iooi reine uy xno
JT mnRic foot relief tho
vS-r wondrous foot comfort,
Yl7 will stop it instantly.
It actually makes big
feet feel smaller
mak s titfht shres
comfortable makes
them feel loose anu
easy takes the stlngri
out of the corns and
bunions stops tho
i Ii3rd oiors or nnu-smemng
y feet. All drutjrpists. -3
V, " 1 "'JL J -A cents, or mailed pre
JVTFZZT pnld, I'ennSon Thar-
i "Ibiaacul Ccx. Chicago.
Travel U. S. All Over
will find no one to clean
and block felt hats better
than
THEO. TRACAS
Both Phones 333.
10G W. SECOND ST.
We call for and deliver
So. Bend or Mishawaka.
FINCH & SPRAGUE
Undertakers
Ambulance Service
Mishawaka.
202 N. Main Street.
Doth Phones 100.
Jims
NOSE
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C
OLD? TRY THIS!
"Pape's Cold Compound" Ends
Severe Colds or Grippe
in Few Hours.
Your cold will break and all grippe
misery end after taking u dose of
"Rape's Cedd Compound" every two
hours until three doses are taken.
It promptly opens clogged-up nos
trils anil air passages in the head,
stops nasty discharge or ncse run
nit; g, relieves sick headache, dullness,
feverishness, sore throat, sneezing,
soreness and stiffness.
Don't stay stuffed-up! Quit blowing
and snu tiling! Ease your throbbing
bead nothing elso in the world gives
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at any drug store. It acts without
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Advt.
there. The explosion is believed to
have been caused by a bomb and the
police assert the bodies thus far re
covered were those of the men who
set off the infernal machine.
CRAZED, KILLS AGENT
Former Chicago Priest Vietim of
Mania Following Accident.
CHICAGO, 111., Oct. 21. Father J.
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IS GRAY OR FADED
When .he hair is gray or faded,
the lo. : color may easily be re
stored by proceeding as follows:
Get a little old-fashioned sasa
tan solution (most all druggists
keep it prepared), put a little on
a cloth, sponge or soft hair-brush,
and draw it through tho hair, tak
ing one small strand at a time.
A few applications are all that
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turns so evenly and naturally, no
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used anything.
It leaves the hair bright, rich,
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MUM. IriM&M
Century Theater
TONIGHT
General Feature Film Co.
lpesents
FRANCIS MARION
"THE SWAMP
FOX"
A Story of the Revolution.
Kalem Drama in : Parts.
A Ilronclio Feature In
Two Parts
"THE LONG
FEUD"
CVnnlns Tliurtlay
VAUDKVILM-:
"THE THREE
AMERES
America's Modern Com
edy Athletes.
THOMAS & WARD
Colored Harmony Sln;rers
Dancers and Talker;.
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55
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Mi
PRINCESS THEATRE
TONIGHT
"THE HARBOR OF LOVE
Solijr Drama.
HEARST-SELIG PICTORIAL
OF CURRENT EVENTS
Koo Them at the Princess Kvery
WodiMxlay.
"HE CHANGED HIS MIND"
laibin Comedy.
"A BARGAIN
AUTOMOBILE"
COMING THURSDAV
Kith KpKodo or tin
MILLION DOLLAR
MYSTERY
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2E
Coming to the
PRINCESS THEATER1
FRIDAY, OCT. 23RD.
"Uncle Tom's Cabin"
In 5 Parts by Harriett Beecher
Stowe, featuring Irving Cummings
as Harris and Mary Kline, the j
Thanhouser Kid as Littie Eva. i
Special School Children's Mat
inee at 4 o'clock p. m., when all
children will be admitted for 5c
The admission for the. evening
will be
10c 10c 10c
czarrr 1 '.r. a :."r.T :i 1 i
HEAD AND
PPED FROM A
i
J. Mullen, a monk of tbe misinry
order of the Precious P.lood, is I..-kd
up in the village jail at Hillsdale.
III., a temporary maniac, following
his attempt to Ha- an Illinois CVntr.il
train last nisht and hi? killing the
station acnt at Hillsdale. Th.- a peri t,
Thomas W. Fatteron, was slun
when he prevented the demented
man from Happing the train. A t!..
en men witneed the strw.ulc. and
saw Father Mullen .tal. the ;rre:it.
Father Mullen, his friends stated. hni
been acting strangely since bein
Mow n The TSmme
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