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THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES
COLDS, HEADA 3C 1-! Toilet Specialties Melba. Skin Potion (for chapped hamls ) Camphor Ice. in tubes loc Ce rat Plcaya. for cleansing and massage, at ,"ot Creme Plcaya, a ncn-grcasy Cream ,"Oc Colgate's Soaps Plder Mower, Palm or Turtle Oil. 10, 3 for 2.c Po?a Pelle Castile . . . 10c "Cando" Silver Pedish. jar. . lov, Woodworth's S.chet. 1 e.z. jar..25 Plue Lilies Perfume, oz rK Princess Rouge Powder IJabcock's Corylop?is Talcum . . . 19e Keep Clean Hair Prush ."Oo: TO BRING LATIN ALL STUFFED DP Turkey Supper 4 Special Supper will be served in our Tea Room on Saturday from 5:30 to 7 p. m 1 International Conference at Memphis Discuss Organiza tion of Institution at $500, 000,000. Pipe's Cold Compound" Ends a Cold or Grippe in a Few Hours. nu hay, xovnMnnit 20, ion PUN HUGE BANK Tqs' Mfceirts(D)i C(0)o Mm AMERICAN TRADE MEMPHIS, Tonn., Nov. 20. Organ ization of a North mhI South Amer icaa banking corporatlori vith J50M. OOU.OCO of capital to bo subscribed by the commercial interests in the Miss issippi valley as a vehicle to bring nhout a creator intcrchar.jre of com merce between the Iatin republics, and this section of th- United States will result 'rom the International tra'Ie conference of the Mis.-issippi valley and the central west in Memphis Thursday. More than lfiO commercial leadern and directors from the 10 statM in the Mississippi valley agreed Thurs day that the greatest field for com mercial opportunity lies In Central America and along the western coast of South America brought to the door of tho Mississippi valley by the open ing of the Panama canal. John S. Parrett of Washington. I). C, director-general of the Pan-American union, told tho conference that Central ana South America need North American money as well as commerce. He said that if the linan cial institutions of the Mississippi val lc.y could lend Latin-American $300. OuO.OOO during the next liver years they would by this agency alone and in that period increase the Mississippi valley trade with Latin-America by $1,500,000,000. Cvery manufacturer, every banker, every exporter, every importer, every railroad, every steamship line and every insurance corporation in the Mississippi valley will be invited to subscribe funds to the capital stock necessary to put the North and South American banking corporation on a workable basis for trade expansion. Kdward K. Gore, vice president of the Association of Commerce of Chi cago, was elected permanent chair man. Thomas K Stitt of Chicago was ap pointed general chairman of the con: mlttee on resolutions. This commit tee was divided into three working groups. Thursday night the finance commit tee recommended favorably the plan to establish the hank at some South American point. The committee on transportation resolved to pi. ice be fore conference Friday plans to estab lish steamship lines from New Or leans and Galveston to South Amer ican ports. The committee on exchange and trade evolved plans to study the products needed by South Americans and those needed in the central west from that continent with a view of .stimulating trade. CHOIR IN RECITAL Pap(lt Church Organization In Tine Entcrtulnniciit One of the most charming musical events of the season was the recital given by the Paptist church choir at the home of Robert Klbel. 428 N. Michigan St.. Thursdaj' evening. The choir was assisted by othcr South Pend musicians of note "who present ed a program both varied and delight ful. Mis Carolyn W.ip)ridge directed tho entire affair a ad Accompanied on the piano with h'.r usual brilliance. Unfortunately, den. A. Cover, tenor of the church choir, was indisposed and unable to render his solos. Harry Jellison, basso, gave the bass solo, "Neptune", instead. His execution was especially line, the number fur nishing excellent range for his mag nificent voice. Mrs. J. M. I lode's .-obis were beautifully rendered. The entire program was executed with brilliance and a technical perfection which delighted the large number wbo heard it. in spite of the unpleas ant weather. Proceeds will be used for the choir funa of tho Paptist chinch. Your cold will break an dall grippe misery end after taklnv a dose of 'Tape's Cold Compound" every two hours until three doses are taken. It promptly opens clogced-up nos trils and air passages in the head, stops nasty discharge or nose run ning, relieves sick headaf lie, dullness, feverishness, sore throat, sneezing, soreness, and stiffness. Don't stay stuffed-up! Quit blowing ami snullling! Pase your throbbing head nothing else In the world gives such prompt relief as "Pape's Cold Compound." which costs only if." cents at any drug store. It nets without assistance, tastes nice, and causes no inconvenience. Accept no substitute. Advt. "KISSES BRIDE" SUES BONDSMEN FOR ALIMONY f . L - , .... . . - ... tlKtSBI ft I i V .:...f " a'o-o." . '..''V.7' . A-.- A y. FOUR KILLEDIN CRASH utoniobiIe Struck hy Train on Crowing. CONVOY. O.. Nov. 2 0. I'our por--ons were killeil heje Thursday, when tn automobile in which they were iding was struck by a Pennsylvania, passenger train n tlie Main st. cross ing. The dead are: Durbin Leslie. 3 0. mayor of Con oy, and his wife; his father-in-law, r. J. P. Dehavs. C". and Mrs. Peha.vs. o. of Mississippi, the surviving mem- ers of two generations. The older couple we're on their way o catch a train for their home hi Mississippi, having spent the summer ith their daughter. ' ' ." ' y - .1- - - -- A - if Hi Kesino: Soap clears bad complexions Firnplc3 antl blackheads dis appear, Tdi, rouh, blotchy com plexions become clean, clear ar,l velvety, and hair health and beauty are aided by the regular ue of Ieinol Soap. It does its work easily, quickly and at little codtevenwhenothermethodofail. TT. r rty.Srz. rU-rinc ir.fl'jen: tKat niJke3 tL.s K.:b!e is th- r.enc-l s huh this snap i .nuins and v h oh ; hy-icur.s have l'rrcr V i f -at years in th care of kinandsci'ptrc d !.s. iVJ Lyal! Jca!or in toiict r'-'r.s. F r jar.-.ila free-, write toDepL 3-r, Iino!, UJ.l'..:i.ore, LI J. MKS. SKYKHIXA S AMFJUILLIXS. NEW VOUK. Mrs. Severina Sam erellins. called "the mat ble-hearted bride" and the "kissless bride," who. on a two weks honeymoon returned to New York kissless. has riled an ac tion to recover fhe amount of a $ 2.500 bond guarantee that he rhus band will obey the alimony order of the supreme court. She alleges her husband went to Italy last summer and allowed her alimony to remain unpaid for three or feur weeks. He fore leavig for Kurope Samerellis contends he advanced Nhis wife 10 weeks' alimony. e n account of the war he was unable to get back promptly. He says that when he did arrive on Oct. 11 he lost little time in paying up the amount for which he was in arrcears. Tin: ixtixt s.i.n. Did you ever have a plate of orchid salad? If you ever paid the check for a portion of it you would remember well enough. An order was served in New York the other day one order. The man u ho ate it said it was a rare experi ence. Orchid salad is never on the menu cards at the big Fifth av. hotels, but ut:.v maitre d'hotel between Forty second and Fifty-nl.Uh sts. will serve it if you conllde in h'.m few hours in e.dvance and put in a formal order for It. Twcnty-Mve dollars per person is the price ou will h ive to pay for it. e 'rehll sal.ul is made of the petals ( f orchids but not the orchids vou wear. or. rath-r. don't wear. The e dit le spe cies are quite as beautiful and een more expensive. They are serxel exactly like lettuce. with French drev.-ir g. The maitre d'hotel himself usually makes and pours the dressing. It is hard to describe the taste. Hut a very g(.'d i lea of it may be obtain ed by cutting up one five and two 10 dollar bills and eating them with an ordinary uil-and-vincr dreeing. Top-Notclu M A ti THAT GREAT BUSINESS fkf, Done throughout our house all week is but an indication of what tomorrow will be. The assortments and values offered this season have biought many surprises. WE ARE RECEIVING DAILY Shipments of garments and each new lot is a surprise, the quality far exceeding the price. Tomrrow we offer 450 Coats as follows: 300 COATS ARRIVED TO SELL AT $10.00, $12.50, $15.00 And tomorrow we expect to see them all go. Coats for Women, Misses, Juniors. COATS OF ZIBELINE BROADTAIL LAMB Lined and unlined many belt effects circular and flare bottoms, set-in or kimona sleeves high neck with collars of velvet or self materials. The best and most service able coat of all-wool ever shown in South Bend. 150 COATS TOMORROW AT $15.00 AND $25.00. The finest selection ever seen priced so low. Coats that are not only including the latest style but of materials far in "advance of what is gener ally used for garments at these prices'. Quality, Corduroy, Plush and Broadtail, Wove Velours, Zibelines, Broadcloths, tailored in attractive mod els with' fur trimmings a variety of lengths with the correct flare beautiful linings of fancy silks and satins. From $35.00 to $60.00 Exclusive Coats that represent the highest art in tailoring. No duplicates, each a distinctive model by itself. Materials of richness in Silk Velours and stately broadcloths with rich majestic trimmings of fur and braids. Linings com prise the latest delicate shades in satins and silks. SCHOOL SWEATERS Extra heavy all wool with rolling collars, in all colors and sizes. Special tomorrow, $2.50 and $3.00. FROCKS AND GOWNS PRICED FROM $19.75 TO $50.00. Beautiful dresses of Silk Velvets and Combinations of Velvet, Satin and Nets fashion's popular designs. Large variety of new waist effects showing normal lines, long backs, short fronts. Man darin and surplice effects, sleeves set in of satin, velvet and net. Collars and vests of rich shades of silk. Skirts circular set on deep yokes, some are silk braided. DO YOUR SHOPPING EARLY FOR XMAS PRESENTS. Va MM A BIG SEASON IN MILLINERY Usually is followed by a Clearance Sale. This is unusual before Thanks giving, but tomorrow we are going to offer a lot of TRIMMED HATS Selected from our stock of values up to $5.00, and marked them all to sell to morrow at $1.00. Clearance of Silk, Velvet and Plush Shapes at 50c, $1.00, $1.95. Children's Velvet Shapes, 50c, $1. Special Thanksgiving showing of Dress Hats with beautiful Fur and Plume Trimmings, $5.00 to $10-00. BIG SUIT $10.00 Continues today a sale of Suits at after-Thanksgiving prices Suits of $15.00, S 18.50 and $22.50 values. A wise suggestion to buy now. A SERVICE GARMENT For women and misses has just arrived. Our New Flannel Shirt Blouse with high detachable collar and turn-over cuffs of grey and white, black and white striped materials, the ideal busi ness or home blouse. Special for to morrow at $1.00. DRESS WAISTS FOR ALL OCCA SIONS. From $1.00 to $2.98 In Voiles, Crepes and All-Over Embroideries. From $2.50 to $5.00 Beautiful Messalines and Pussy Willows and Crepes. From $2.98 to $6.00 Waists in Crepe du Chine with trimmings of beautiful laces. il Gloves for Thanks giving Gloves for Street Wear in Tan, Crepe 1 clasp out seams $1.25. Cape Gloves in White, Tan and Grey, spear point back, out seams, 1 -clasp, at $1.50. Wash Cape Gloves at $1.89. Fine Dress Gloves Perrin's Lambskin at $1.00 The finest im ported French Kid 2-clasp fully guaranteed. Long Dress Gloves of Imported French Lambskin, selected, 16-button, at $3.50 pair. Cold Weather Gloves Kayser's Leatherette in 2-clasp, a special quality and washable, at 50c and $1.00. Danforth's Lined Kid Gloves for women, boys, girls, children made especially large and roomy, of superior qualities. Women's lined Gloves at 50c and $1.00. Girls' Kid Gloves and Mittens, fleece lined, at 50c, 59c, $1.00. Boys' Reindeer fleece lined Gloves, heavy knit top, 59c Children's Mittens and Gloves, 35c, 50c, $1.00, $1.25. For Those Interested In Furs We are pleased to announce a big purchase of high grade furs in Coats, Sets and Separate Pieces, from the H. Berger Co. The Furs are now here and ready for your inspection. All Furs now selected will be laid away for Xnias deliveries. MATCHED SETS FROM $22.50 UP. Heal Mink, Sable,- Scotch Mole, Marten, Black Fox, Fitch and Seal. Special lot of Black China Wolf, 20.00 value, $12.50. Special set of Lynx, Conev and Leopard, S 18.50 value, at $10.00. BEAUTIFUL MUFFS AT $3,95, $5, $8.95. Black Alaska Fox Muffs, $15.00 to $45.00. Scarfs sold separate to match all furs. FUR COATS FROM $40.00 TO $125.00. CHILDREN'S FURS IN SETS. Protect the little ones. We have a large col lection of sets in Angora, Coney, Imitation Er mine, Silver Coney, Thibet and many others, from $1.25 to $8.50. RAINY WEATHER COATS For girls, 8 to 14, a special reduction offering all S4.00 to S5.00 values, for $2.98. Some Capes included in this lot. Men's Furnishings A few suggestions for Thanksgiving we are offering tomorrow and Saturday Men's Union Suits at $1.00 Of rib knit and fleece lined, also a finer quality at $1.50. Union Suits in all wool for men at $2.00 to $5.00. Also two-piece garments in all wool at $1.00, $1.25, $1.50, $2.00. Cotton Garments in two pieces, shirts and drawers, fleece lined or ribbed, at 50c. Hosiery tor Men 25c value Silk Plaited Hose. These are sec onds. Tomorrow 19c. Cashmere Hose a splendid quality for wear at 25c. Men's Night Gar ments Pajamas in Flannelette with military collars and braided borders, at $1.00, $1.25", $1.50, $1.98. Flannelette Night Gowns at 50c, 75r, 89c, $1.00. i r M i CHIFFON VEILS. 2 yards long, 1 yard wide. Special to morrow, $1.00. Two-toned Veils, 2 yards long, $2.50, $3.50. " Auto Bonnets, $1.75, $2.50, $3.50. Mourning Veils, 50c to $3.50. Latest in Veilings, 25c, 35c, 50c yd. MARABOU AND OSTRICH SETS. Muffs in Black and Natural, $5.00 up. Sets of Marabou Muffs with Ostrich Boa in black, $6-50 up. Scarfs in Black or all Natural at $3.50. Ostrich Neck Scarfs, $3.50. HOSIERY FOR WOMEN. The "Boot Silk Hose" is a well known quality in hosiery full fashioned with all the reinforcements and a large variety of colors. A value Lace at 50c. The "Wayne Knit" undoubtedly the best on the market for 25c Made in all weights with hemmed or rib tops, also ail rib. KNIT UNDER-GARMENTS In white fleece Cotton, for women; shirts and drawers; tomorrow we offer at 39c Also the Athena, in skirts and draw ers, of cotton fleece with long sleeve, high neck, drawers open or closed, at 59c and 69c Black Cotton Tights, made to tit around the waist; tomorrow at 50c. LtrT y - - - y . , - - - REV. ROBERT BURDETTE HUMORIST IS DEAD ramous Haptht Divine Paes Away After lions: Illness of lirijrlit's DIm-uh'. LOS ANGKIn. Calif.. Nov. 20. Kov. Or. nohcrt J. Hurdette, a notol P.uptist divine, pastor emeritus of Temple Kapti-t church of Anp- les, and whi.isf fame ns a humorist is world-wide, died at his home. "Sunny Crest", here Thursday afternoon after a protracted illness from Urlt;ht- dis ease. .Mrs. Burdctto and her son. Koy Illanchard Wheeler, were at his side when the end came. Dr. Hurdette wa.- horn in (Ireens horo. Pa.. July SO, 184 1. His parents removed in his boyhood to Peoria, 111., where he was educated in the public schools. He served as a private in tho 4 7th Illinois volunteers through t:ie civil war. He first attracted attention a.s a humorist while associate editor of the "Hawkcyc" at IJurlingtn. la. Itcr he went to the llrooklyn Hat;lo and in IS 76 went on the lecture plat form. In 17 he was licensed as a Paptist minister, hecomin pastor of the Temph P.ptist church here in 1003. arl retired from the ministry in VfO'j. lie was married in ISt'J to Mrs. Clara Pradley Paker. a well known club womaoi 4Uid writer. TWENTY-SIX INDICTED Charged With Conspiracy Afrainst U. S. Government I'ORT SMITH, Ark., Nov. 20. Twenty-six persons, including Peter R. Stewart former president; Fred V. Holt, former- secretary of the United Mine Workers of America, dis trict 21 of Texas. Arkansas and Okla homa; James MeNarnara. a member of the citv council of Hartford, and James Slankard, constable of Hart ftir J. were indicted bv a special United States prand Jury Thursday on charges of con?pirir against the Rovernment. Tiic chA-'us re the outsrowth of riots and other disturbances in the lockout of union coal miners at the Pache-Denman mines at Prairie Creek, following the issuance of a fed eral injunction against the union miners. companied by Mrs. Coatcs and a par ty of friends. CO ATF-S FUXKItAL SATTItDAY. NEW YORK, Nov. L0. The funeral of Foster Coates, editor of the Atlanta Georgian, whose sudden death on Tuesdav evening from apoplexy came j as a sudden shock to the newspaper; ... 1J lit l I 11 ... C" T. 1.. I wonu, wni lie iieiu ui ianniu mew'. church Saturday morning at 10 o'clock. The- interment will be at Baltimore. Thursday afternoon the body ar rived in New York from .tlantu where Mr. Cwai.i4 died. It uc- KVANSVlLti;. Two coyotes have been shot and kilb d recently within the city limits. They were suspected of killing chickens. JKSrs IS .MIGHTY TO SAYK ki;m i i: minoIox AIw;ivs .;.,,). .!.-ti;.- YtTT nlht. We will ! g 1 ; fl t call fr .itivthi ix th.it will Jn-i i.iir work. 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