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TirrnsiuY, November 10, 1011 THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES r All The News of mom n a en 1 Woman Woman Thou Art Mrs. Grace Julian Clarke Has a Vision in Which She Sees Woman in 1975 in AH Her Female Glory. Nov. II. The. years hence will fortfM of In- occur and the proi'.ic Mr. Grace TNI) I ANA POLLS. free: Women o the police diana. A woman juvenile court jur!:;c. "Women members of city councils. Women conducting .municipal af fairs. Women moro beautiful than those of today. All thc.e chalet j will many more, according to tions ;ml prophecies of Julian Clarke, Indianapolis, who read ;t pai-er on "The woman of l'Jlu" be fore the- Council of Women. Harden unto the prophecies of Mr. Clarke, ardent .vul:ravrit and upiiix delegate: "The woman of 1175 will ni'irvt 1 at the patient, persistent efforts to rem edy evils by indirection and by va rious artifices more or le?s childish. Living under a constitution that lontf Fincc eliminated the word 'male' in connection with voting qualilications, she will read of our efforts to seeun ft nev.- constitution with cariosity and a, degreo of chagrin at the acquits ence of the men of our day in condi tions so medieval. Sh will tell her children of jhelr preat grandmother's club work, how Fhe formed a branch of the Woman's Franchise league with only a dozen other women of her town, and other deeds of daring. "The woman of 1375 will look out r.t ths passim? policewoman anil smile as she recall her xrandmother tell of the futile efforts of prominent pro fessional women in 1914 to induce the mayor of Indianapolis to appoint two women on the police force. fhe will bow Kracefully as 5-ho meets Mrs. -, juvenile couit juiL'o, on tier way down town and will drop in at the city hall to discuss plans for a new market house with member.", of the city eouneil who are also women. She will visit the city park board to surest certain improve ment:? nloii? the boulevard. on.blent that her iews will receive the con sideration they deserve. "No one. will be surprised at the slrht of tho woman of 107 j In the city hall, .he will Tie a familiar hnro in all places where the business of the municipality is transacted, for she will know, and every one ebo will know, that the proper management of the city affairs concerns her and her children very closely, and that tdie is largely responsible for the con ditions under which they live. "The woman of rj7." wil be far bettf ' satisfied with the school sys tem than her sister of 191 I, and it will bear little resemblance to that of to dav, thanks to advancing civilization and especially to the untiring efforts of pood women. "Tho woman of 197 5 will spend quite as much time at home as does the woman of 1914. and home will be vastly more interesting and worth while. Tho man of 1 7 T will spent vastly more of his time there and their Interests will be far more in common. They will have their own moving picture shows ripht at home with 111ms, clean and uplifting, and the children will not dream of tfotntr out at nisht unless the entire family koch, which will be seldom. The best art and music will be the com mon possession of all the people, too. -The woman of 197 5 will be far bet ter looking than those of today, for obvious reasons; she will know more nbout the laws of health and the con dition of life will be more scientifi cally repulated. There will be no Hies" to annoy her and the deadliest perms will have been exterminated. "Tho woman of 197 5 wil walk nlonjr clean streets which no one will dare detlle, nnd there will be no screened doors, for the saloon will Tiavo been replaced y Inviting rest ' OUCH! PAIN, PAIN. RUB RHEUMATIC, ; ACHING J0I1TS Rub Pain Right Out With Small Trial Bottle of Old "St. Jacob's Oil." Behold What Coming to Soon tlon of the size and importance of the j institution and the films were taken j especially for their benefit. ! Great Interest centered in the pro- poed plan of chansinir the present ! membership into two distinct and sep- , a rato organizations. The present by laws provides for only one beneficial membership, but owing to in.sutflck-nt benefits accruing' from certain classes of members, it is planned to install a social or non-benr Jit membership. CI rand Scribe W. H. Leedy express ed the opinion that there is every Rheumatism . is "pain only." Not one case in fifty requires internal treatment. Stop druscin:. Hub sooth Ins", penetrating "St. Jacob's Oil" light into your sore, stiff, aching joints nnd muscles, and relief comes instant ly. "St. Jacob's Oil" Is a harmless rheumatism cure which never disap points and can not burn the skin. Limber up! Quit complaining! (let n. small trial bottle of oil, honest "Pt. Jacob's Oil" at any dra store, nnd in just a moment you'll be free from rheumatic pain; soreness, stiff ness and swelling Pon't suffer! lie lief await you. "St. Jacob's Oil" has cured millions of rheun.a:i-:n suffer ers in the last half century, and Jut as good for sciatica, neuralgia, lumbago, backache, tprains. Adv r. VA Tho f rcret is elfin, health v ee&l?. Dca't wash the scalp with eoap it rircLc5 tho sc&lp rd I th hi r !'!. lcltr;kJ anii fcnU. without Lie. t ei tor.?; yctiL'O of lt iwwt VryXli c.'S nd t!::i. frm n.n !-.,r.'ir.ce t.f lj-tro: L:i-uuii. !-r Jl jtuw. ljra.v- t.'r vcfl, CZy hi! il,7 to ii C. ti b ;mth it. ii4t Ct assist Etryu;hrt, 25c, 50c.t COO.NLLY 1JJU ti Co. room1, some for women and some for men. "The woman of, 197will be char acterized by an air that comes from having been born without any stigma of inferiority upon her. Queenly in j stature and bearing, she will walk 'not ; eikd and sleeping', but wide-eyed , and conscious of h'T power. ! "In the street cars of 197T., which 1 will not run on rails, but will all be j motors, there will be scats for all; i but if by chance a woman shall enter a crowded car every mother's son will rise to pive her a seat not because of artificial chivalry, but because he will r cognize in her a citizen-mother, clothed with strength and dignity, one who opened her mouth with wisdom and whose tongue is the law of kind ness. "The woman of 107C. surrounded with health and promising children will be such a helpmate as; few wom en of today ever dreamed of. "So here's to the woman of 1 9 75." WHITEFISH GROWING SCARCE IN GREAT LAKES Michigan Men May 1m Forced to (io to Inland -Lakes for I'Mtal Supply Which is Jlcooriilng Scarce. LAXSIXG. .Mich.. Nov. 19. Ivxst season the federal and state authori ties succeeded in obtaining lUo.OOO. OO'J whitefish spawn from the Detroit river. Chief Deputv Iv.vis Jones is authority for the statement that this year the number will not be in excess of 50.000,000 and there is a possihilit of the federal and state authorities having to get permission to hsh in the inland lakes of the state where quan tities of whitefiFh are known to be. Deputy Jor.: rays that tne dredging of the Detroit river for the Living stone channel Is to blame for a preat pirt of the inability to secure the fish spawn this year, the seining proumis used in former years having been al most if not totally destroyed. The Michigan f.sh commission which has the authority to allow tho federal authorities to fish In the in land lakes of the state, has been ask ed by tho federal authorities for th right to resume their fishing for spawn in certain lakes after the 20th of the present month, and it is thought that this will be allowed. Last season the state game depart ment netted the state several thous and dollars from the sale of whitetij-h taken 'from the Detroit river after the spawn had been turned over to the ftderal authorities for hatching pur poses. Tills year, from present indi cations, the amount will be far less than htst year, owing to the inability to secure the fish. NEARLY BLEEDS TO DEATH Wounded Hunter in Woods All Night Alone. IRON MOUNTAIN. Mich.. Nov. 19. Richard Stevens, 35 years old. of (Iroveland, was accidentally shot In the right leg with fine shot Sunday afternoon by his brother. John, while hunting. The brother sent for help, but re turning, could not find the place. The unfortunate man was forced to lie In the woods all night and almost bled to death. Ke was not removed until C o'clock Monday morninp. when he was car ried four miles through swamps, and over highlands. He is in a precari ous condition. HOG CHOLERA THREATENS Kosciuzko County Again Paced With Serious l'pideinic. WARSAW. Nov. 19. Kosciusko county, which, according to the state statistics of a year ago. had a very low percentage of hog cholera, is threatened with numerous cases of the disease and the local veterinarians are busy daily vaccinating the ani mals as a prophalactic move against the spread of the disease. In the neighborhood of Lcesburg and in Prairie township the disease has caused no little trouble and the losses from the scourge have been most discouraging to the farmers. K0K0M0 MILL TO REOPEN Steel ami YVirv Company to I'ut on 11.000 Men. KOKOMO. I ml.. Nov. 19. A A. Charles, president of the Kokomo Steel & Wire Co.. has announced that the plant, which has been operated independent of the steel corporation, will resume business Monday with a force of 2.0"0 men. after a shutdown of three months. lie said that orders were coming i'.i ranidlv and that he b.-lieved the mill wonbl not close a -.rain for months. Mr Charles was optimistic in his views concerning the steel trade, bas ing his hojvefulness on the large or ders received from Kuropean governments. , i SLAUGHTER SIX THOUSAND SloD.JIo.ol Worth of Michigan live Stock Killed. reason that the two-fold plan should be adopted. The feature of the report of Grand Patriarch Stephen O. Sharp of Indian apolis to the granl encampment. I. O. O. V., recommended that the degrees be conferred but twice each year and to make the dates selected "special encampment Odd Fellows" days. James II. Img of Sullivan, Ind., treasurer of the grand encampment for the past 10 years, attended his G7th semi-annual session, not having missed a meeting since 1SS1. 1IUSKIHK. Mr?. Henry Wil lard pleasantly en tertained a number of her friends at dinner Wednesday. Covers were laid for ten. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hart of South Bend were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mr?. George Hart Sunday. Irving Ieach ha-s returned from a brief visit with friends and relatives at Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. William K el ley of Mishawaka spent Sunday with the lat- b MICHIG-AWr-COR.WAHE STREET. SOUTH BEOT, TOMORROW, FRIDAY, OUR BARGAIN DAY These Specials on Sale from 9 to 11 A. M. only MIXING BOWLS Yellow, 9 inch. 9c OVENS polished blue steel, asbestos lined $1.29 CASSEROLES nickel -plated frame, 7-inch covered dish 90c PRESERVING KETTLE Aluminum, 4 qt. size.. 39c LANTERNS Hot blast,' each 39c CLOTHES PROPS Smooth basswood, 8 ft. long,, each lCc SANTA CLAUS SOAP 8 bars for 25c. DRESS GOODS 36-inch plaids and checks, all combinations of colors, per yard 39c MARQUISETTE A desirable silk for over draperies on skirts, for waists aud trimmings, in pretty shades of pink, tur quoise, tan, lavender, navy, gray, canary, Copen., white, etc., 98c quality, per yard 69c UNION SUITS for boys, cream or gray, heavv ribbed 39c UNION SUITS for women; white fleeced ribbed; silk taped neck, sizes 40, 42 and 44, for. these 2 hours only .69c mi INFANTS' COATS flue wool knit jackets, in all white or with pink or blue trimming, tassel end ties 80c DRAWERS for women, of good muslin; fucked or torchon lace trim med, pair 19c SILK CREPE with satin stripe, 27 inches wide, in assorted street and evening shades, 50c quality, per yard 29c VEILINGS assorted-patterns and colors, 25c quality, per yard. . .12c TORCHON LACES 2 to 4 inch edgings and in sertions, per yard 4c VESTEES and collars for women, usual 50c kind 25c GAUNTLET GLOVES for boys and girls, in brown, black and gray leather, pair 39c CHILDREN'S HOSE heavy ribbed, fast black, sizes 6 to 9 12, pair 9c SHOE LACES all sizes, black and tan, 4 pairs for 5c HAIR PINS Assorted iarge sizes, 8 pkgs. for 5c SHOE POLISH Whittemore's "New Era," for black shoes, large box for 7C SAXONY YARN Assorted colors, no black or white, per skein 4c Palmolive Toilet Soap, 4 for 25c. WOMEN'S GOWNS of blue or pink striped out ing flannel, assorted styled for 39c DRESSER SCARFS White, drawn-work, size 18x52 inches, special.. 59c CURTAIN MULL 36-inch, in dots, stripes, fig ures and checks, for these 2 hours only, per yard 9c TABLE LINEN 64 to 72-inch high-grade imported all linen Table Damask, assorted patterns, 98c value, per yard 73c . NAPKINS ' fcxtra line 22-inch all lin- CHILDREN'S DRESSES en Napkins, our regular brown whUe and Wue and ter's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Hchafer. Harry O. C. C'ripe ha.s accepted ;i position with Mr. Stackman of Hunk er Hill farm. William H. Moyer ha returned from a fishinc: trip at Weijrlesbur lake. Mr. Moyer reports u lin catch. Mrs. J. II. I,each h:;s returned from a brief visit with relatives at (loshen. t'larence Snv spoilt Saturday and Sunday with his brother, Harry Snow of South I lend. The funeral of Isaac Oilman was largely attended. Iiurial was at Farrisvillo cemetery. O. W. Johnson spent Thursday at Madison Center. Mr. O'Conner spent Saturday and Sunday with his parents at Walkerton. J. P. Stapp has returned to hjs home at Kokomo. Ind.. after a week's visit here with friends. SOME NEWS NOTES. Davies Laundry. Hoth phones. Dr. Stocckley. dentist. 511 J. M. S. Dr. Lucas, Dentist, J. M. S. Bid-. Advt. 1 j X v uoe T-ri--J 4 . 7 Mf P f r r v 7 Lasts S 4 Times as Lccg at Others, Sites Work. wimm GetaCanToda? Calendars and advertising novelties. II. A. PershinR's, 20 5 E. Wayne st. Advt. "Want to hurry? Call the Red Line. Advt. Suits for Men tnj Women $15, $18 and $0. Easy Payment. GATELVS 112 E. JerfcTMon BlvO. Slxe Whit rioosa or OUTING FLANNEL 27-inch, assorted patterns, 7c quality, per yard. . AlZc BLANKETS 60x76 inch, in tan, gray and white with colored borders, pair 89c TICKING blue striped, per yd 9c CRETONNE 32-inch, heavy weight in Persian striped pattern, reg ular 1 5c quality, per yd.. 9c The Acquisition of Wealth Small pavln.p, slowly pathcrcd. ar tho silent but sure means by which thousands of men have ritn from humble positions to places of power and aflluence. Fortunate aro those who profit by this knowledge and begin a course of systematic saving. Wo invite you to open an account in our Saving- Departmentone dol lar is all you need to start with and your money will draw 4 per' cent in terest, too. ST. JOSEPH COUNTY SAVINGS BANK. ST. JOSEPH LOAN AND TRUST CO. B Tod cm nome FurnJOxra SOU to 310 Ro. Mich. fi. See Our Line of Domes, Portables and Fixtures, Prices Riht. Terms Ear. GAS COMPANY. ,Odds and Ends of Lace Curtains at your own price. Cio sing them out. American Jewelry Company. DOLLS 12-in. bisque . . . . .19c S2.98 quality, for these 2 hours only, per doz.. .$1.89 TABLE CLOTHS 54x54 inch, all linen damask Pattern Cloths, ready to use, for these 2 hours only $1.10 HUCK TOWELING 17-inch, per yard 10c white striped; long-vaisted model with tunic. Collar, cuffs and front yoke of plain goods. Also r&i silk cord and tassel at'neck 79c HOUSE DRESSES in dark color checks, long sleeves 69 c We do not accept telephone orders for Friday Sale Specials We Can Save You From ."0o to $1.00 on Every pair of Shoes. Xcw IiOt Just Receiied. Latest Styles. Agents for MUh awaka Rubbers. Oscar Berkowitch C01 E. JEFFERSON RLVD. EYES examined; I and Headache Hollered without the use ot Drug by ' H. L E T.1 O f3 T R E E fe'Outh lJnd'n Leut!nff OptniftrUt wil Iaaufvturlr4f Optician. ttZY S. MIcLlrn Mml. llomi Thon 6504. I'hon" 3 47. Sundays from 9 to 10:S0 a. m. by Appoint- mnt. it f '.;i '-j'J;4 lheheist&orn(A vrniture W. Successors to A. M. Jones Tho Furniture Store Around on Mala Street. Wo are not In Uio Ms building. Walk upstairs; and sao half your dental bill. Dr. (Mark, 110 W. Wsusli. Av. Hell phone 2357. Home Phone Bell Phones 5613 613-607 Public Drug Store New Location 124 N. MICHIGAN ST. &HIGHESTER S ?Wi t'-". ti.i with L!u Ribboa. DlAiloSD l(KAM llLl.fSf,Ytfc trs k nosra U Cst. a'tat. Al wv K"aL SCI 0 BY DRUGGETS DIRraE?? am i I - I " i t LOW PRICES QUICK DELIVERY .'-V "fit : iI I Baldwin Apples, Peck 17c; Bushel, 58- fc 1 IANSING. Mich.. Nov. li. Two thousand head of cattle. 3. 3 So hos. OTn ?lioo; and 1 u-oats have been sla'.u'litered in Michigan since th? outbreak of the foot and mouth domic. arordins- to rcicrts ,of state inspectors. The value f the stock killed was $159,24 5.3 4. i 'ft '1 I Fancy Nortliern Spy Apples, Peck 23c, Bushel, 89c Friday and Saturday Specials ODD FELLOWS MOVIES OF SELVES AT COMVENTION Xew Mackerel, 1 for loo New Culfii. 1 1". i.ks... l.'o Smokotl rih, lb l"e Xew IViines. lb 10c Yellow reeled lVaches, ean...lOe V-i 2 Cans Indiana Sweet Corn. . . . i'x' Tomato Souj). . . l.V m Rice 15e '2 10c Tkp:. Mai-aronl or Spa- cletti t A Cnns Vs. or T i; i 2 Uh. Fancy Japa J Two Days MetMin? Opens at Indi anapolis With 7lH) Deleat Present. INniAXAPOM, Nov. 1?. Motion picture. of the 0ld Fellows home at lrcensbur.ir, showincr the activities and scenes both interior and exterior, were i feature of the I. O. O. V. conven tion which becan a two. days' meeting here WedneJny with about 7r0 dcle uts in attendance from all parts of Indiana. Comparatively few (hid Fel lows delegates have a true concea- l."c 10c rkjr. 10r Sack Corn Hake Go Table Salt fx : A S llx. Sal Soda .i 1'2 IUes Parlo 1 3 ! 8 10c or Matches 10o lloxesArjjo Starch l-o liars c;ios sap ."o '2 Pks. Climaline !Tc 0 POUNDS OF A nn SUGAR, For . A 1 1 With Order of $1 or Over. Cranberries, 2 qts. for. .15c Dry Onions, peck 11c Grape Fruit, 7 for 25c Sweet Potatoes, 10 lbs.. 25c Mich. Potatoes, bu 49c Catsup in gallon jugs. .59c CHEESE Cream Brick 21c lb. Limburger Swiss 2 Can Early June Peas ,17c 2 Iar;?o Cans Tomatoes 17c 2 Cans String Iieans , . 1 7c 2 Cans Ked Kidney Heans 17c 2 Cans Sardines In Olive Oil. . .17c 2 lbs. IYeh Peanut Ilutter 2oc 1 lbs. llanl Iieketl Xavy Iieans 23c 2.V Cun Calumet Baking Powtler 22c 2 Iarc CaiLS Sour Kraut 17c 2 Iars Cans Baked Beans. ... 17c 10c lk?. 10c Pkff. Com Startli Cc Ikokinfr Soda.. Co 3Iilk, 3 lare or 0 small for...25o 2 Cans Medium Kel Salmon. . .25c l'revli Graham Crackers, lb. . . . 10c 2 lbs. Fresh Crackers 15c j Bell -Phone 'j 3953. .325327 5. MICHIGAN STREET. PROMPT ATTENTION TO PHONE ORDERS. Home Phone 2068. 77 5 COAL WIE Tliotisamli all over t li state are savlii to ?1 lT t-ni n the'r m:. They are -ttliitf eual that ha? b-u run u-r niir i.int Jhrms lMckir; Table and that com-- to th'iu "CUmii as a lioun.l's tooth." 11 Ulj U IV RiZJllhlL (TTh A IT Hi Weight and Quality High A 1 Analyzes 13.4 U B. T. T'.'s to the jrour:.!. with .-nlv . per on A ash nr.! ' per rent moisture. It Is free Imnilns and cllukerle. Wel'at ant ju:ilitv puarantwl under deposit lo;id. Our mines, located near Yineennes, Ir.d.. are le at J:and. ar;d :xo y a the exense of ln. :otly hauls fr:n II intern iu!:n-s. Thousands of usf-rs have adopted the 'lei ui.isrh C, al Tluh I'la:;. Three or four families sjdlt a earlcrid. Tiie avinjr 1 vv..rt!i w!iih-. In Carload Lots F. 0. B. Mines ineh Iimeeti'' KiT? .xl'j ia'h Bnrnoti-- Nut iiidi loinstie I.umji 'rushed MIik Uun, any s4.zj Sre:il:;p " lj invh Lump ' . . - oo ; r t . :i 1.1' -r t ;i l t-l t..:i 1 ') j--r . x rreigljt Hal.- t) Your I'lty Yry Martin-Howe Coal Co. Mirers and Shi;-:-er. V. II Hune. lTe:, e;it ; I' M I : u' Yh.-r...; .lo! rr.--r:a;i. i V: - : II. .nlte:-. S--.-Tr. j. lleT Mi,rtr.i. k i::::h !!::. 'hi i'o Lor.i: Ii.t;nie Tel. 1 1 .1 ;:i 11 ! Auto. I':. -.- I THE MOST UP-TO-DATE SANITARY MARKET IN THE STATE Good Meats at reasonable prices. Home cooked Lard and Sausages a Specialty. New Center Packing House Market 110-112 W. DIVISION STREET ' ! ; V2 Square West of Michigan St.