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OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCXi 0000000000000000000000000'3 00000000000000OOC,C0C01 O o Leaders In Low Prices 50c Silk Basque Belts Best 50c Rompers 39c In c ha rn 1) r i c s, pinhams, Hannel lette and Q 50c Wool Knit Hockey Caps, 39c In Erray, rod. white, navy for boysJQr and Klrls THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES LIND SAYS MEXICO " U Hi Leaders In v SPECIAL VALUES m CORSETS r.oc toiMrrs si.n cousins sj.nn roitsirrs M.ulc of h. a y eutil; With !-: hi;- and r:io- ( I "r. li o:i:i nr.d in now Ion- rvdcls; dium V:si; .tr :!.: T. iti h.u-: hips, rr.rdi- .vtr,.n-iy l,.r..d;Q b.-n-M: :.u,st n urn Qr priced sJf O models; priced . .U O p-Tters 1 1 .i hd KJ s 1 N o O o o o o i m N' wr?t shades and stripes, II o rn a r. . black and all 39c Kooil colors. Says Peace is Impossible at Present Under Social and Economic Conditions De fends Wilson Policy. 132-134 Wash. Av. South Bind, Ind. SFHHDAY ill T TP liii y,y j. 1 n 1 1' C. NttUa LOUCA UN! r" r m "T" a 1 -V v; v -a 1 i - t:i TttT kl T5 5 ?4.i T3 afio nil" nl 1 W 1 23 Kind, Pres't .ry to O O o o o o o o o o CHICAGO, Nov. -'.John ex-u'nv ernor of Minnesota and Wilxm's former i'f.Tunal -mi.- Mexico, declared in an address before the Industrial club of Chbao in the ContTrt-s hotel Thursday niht that permanent p ate is iinpo.. able in .Mexico on the la:Ls of a continuance of the pre.-t nt M)':ial and economic conditions. "And I will say further,' lie said, "that 1 am satisfied that even if Hikt ta had been recognized and afforded the opportunity to borrow all the money Hurope would lend he could rot have established peace. He ob tained in various ways and -usd up ward of 2 0 .),. '.'O.oOo jx so.s during his !.! .t r 1 r t. 1 . r- V'i . I Il'i ( ll t f -l n ll i tl I' t V 1 I -i If I A. i.UI V M .HUM lUi.'HiU'tiuf! , he v;is unable to make any substan-j tial heailway against the constituticm alists, though they were ec.rryini? on tJi.ir operations practioall without funds. Th-re Ig a clas jf Mexicans at vho door the charge of lack of pa triotism may truthfully be laid rho land owning arisiacracy. They divide their time Ijetween Kuropean resorts and the Jockey club in Mexico City, in the bull fiKht season. They evince r.o more interest in the welfare of tho Mexican people than the average shareholder in a Mexican mine. "'It was this class who wrecked tho Madero administration and fomented arid financed tho revolution which ended in his assassination. Hut if pa triotism means love of country, I be lieve it can truthfully be said that no people in the world have a more in- tense love of native land than the 4 masses of the Mexican people. It may not be broad, intelligent patriot ism which compels unselfish political activity in time of peace, hut this will come with education and freer oppor tunity for the exercise of the rights and duties of eitizen.-hip." Mr. Lintl defended I'res't Wilson's policy in Mexico. "Hurope condemned his idealism as well as his diplomacy. Kurope is now reaping the fruit of its diplomacy, wo of ours. Which do you prefer?" Women's $2.00 Long Kimonos Heavy duckling Ueeco and penulnc eerpentine crepe; silk braid trim. . 98c Women's $2.00 White Waists Crepes, voiles, Ho ma stripe?, etc. new est styles Q basqUO Women's $3.00 Silk Waists Silk me .valines and crepe de chines; newest .styles and colors. . . . 1.98 Women's $2.00 House Dresses Chambrays, percales. L'insh.ims, etc new styles; hish or low-neck 98c Women's $l.f3 F'nTte Gowns Heavy quality flan nelette; eilk brai trimmed; piain white stripe 98c Women's $1.00 mion auits Heavy quality, t!eeC'. lined; pure white; silk braid trimmed; all sizes . . 69c Chld's $3.50 Serrje Coats All-wool white scrpre interlined ; pretty styles for boys or PTrIs 1.98 Chile's 59c F'nTte Gowns Heavy quality: or Jip.ie stripe.1 cut; sizes J to 14 rs. p : : , Q0n Women s $3.00 Dress Skirts Woo! all lo st;. s co'.or.v :; granite iiis. etc.: 1.88 X 1.000 MEN'S 1.00 ONION SUITS, S9c WALTHER LEAGUE IN BENEFIT PROGRAM St. Paul's iennan Lutheran Church Society (iivo Kntcrtainins Pr gram at School Hall. With a .satisfying audience and er.mpleto success of the program, the tirst performance of the benefit enter tainment was given Thursday evening by the Walfhcr league of St. PuuTs (lerman Lutheran church for the Con cordia Teachers' college. The event took place nt the school hiill on W. Jefferson Mvd. The entire program was carried off with complete success am: was entirely satisfying ti the par ticipants as well as the audience. It inelndeil reeititt ions, dialogues and a ariety of musical numbers con tributed ly members of the Walther league and of the school. liecauso of the weather, the audience was nec essarily less than had been antici pated but it is hoped that there will be a greater crowd at the performance which will be repeated this evening". The program was as follows: "'all Opening"; dialogue, "Per Jlaroa Leutnant und Sein. Diener Hans"; violin solo, selected, Paul Arndt; dialogue, "Why Men Folks Jon't Marry"; dialogue, "The Haunted House"; declamation, 'I-al!enberger Weisheit". Miss Kleannr Caik; dia logue. "Per Shein Truegt": vocal solo, :;ing Mo to Sleep", Miss Tiura Wirtli; dialogue. "Ulumensleip's Hoot-Horn"; idano duet. "Hetties' Iance", Messrs. Jenifer and Itltzman. O O O O O o o o o o o o o o o o o O A Bip Qish Deal Brings Us 3,000 Pieces of in Underwear, Fleeced-llned; medium or heavy closed crotch; all sizes. Men's .'() Underwear: lleece lined; winter weight; priced at Men's $1.50 All-Wool Underwear; weight shirts and drawers, at weight; 39c nedium 98c Men's $1 Dress Shirts, 69c Many leauliful new patterns; eoat cut; euffs attached; fnli, new merchandise; laundered, really for umi; negligee styles. Men's R0e Blue Cliambray cut full; also black sateens; priced at Men's $l.r( Wool Work TrouMT; Idue or gray. . . . Men's $1 Railroad Over alls; striped denims, at.... Shirts; 39c 98c 69c or Pros Men's 20c Wool natural black and colors Men's $1 Night Shirts: of striped flannelettes: priced Men's r0 Winter Caps; heavy fancy mixtures . . . . Ho-e; 69c 39c Men's $1 Gauntlet Gloves; heavy leather; special at... Men's 2."e Suspenders; po lice or firemen's; heavy; at. Men's $1.50 Wool Work Shins; in plain colors 69c 19c 98c o (ireat MoiH'y-S.iving; 0lrX unity Hosiery, Sweaters. Women's $1 Fleeced O Union Suits. 0 Jj Men's, Women's $8 Jumbo r1 fliP Sweaters SEND THREE DELEGATES Local V. M. C. A. Men OIT Ir State Convention. Yhrce delegates of the South Pend V. M. C. A., J. Quincy Ames, John c'ampbell and Grover Little went to Lafayette today to attend tlie 4.".th annual state convention of the asso ciation. The convention opens with a busi ness meeting Friday afternoon, to be followed by a number of sroup con ferences. A banquet, with speeches hv H. II. Kurrie of Chicago, president of the C, L. and L. railroad. ( Klioads, telegrapii superintep.dent of the Pic Four railroad. State Secretary F. V.. iii-M-y and others, will be held in the evening. Saturday afternoon the delegates will attend the football irame between Indiana and Purdue universities, while i busiius meeting at which several prominent speakers x ill deli. er ail dreses will occur at night. Morninu' and afternoon meetings have been arranged for Sunday, with the farewell service at tho Presby terian church in the evening. YOU CAN'T BRUSH OR WASH OOTJANDROFF The Simplest and Quickest Way is To Dissolve It. Boys M Sis? OP ub In rdain blue sere and fancy woolen mixtures; Nor folk coat; full pejr toj knickers; superior .workman ship; will stand up under the romps of boys. Hoys' $.? Overcoats; in brown and gray mixtures; r.m: $1.98 Hoys' $5 Suits, Mackinaws and Overcoats; all-wool materials; blue sei'Ke suits, rn iturex suits . and over coats, and mackinaws in prreen and brown mix tures; newest styles; su-perioral- (0 QO ments, at sJtKJ Hoys' .( Wiiists; "Little One" brand; finest ging hams, percales, OQ Eden Cloths, etc.OC Hoys' ."Oc Hats and Caps: plain colors and fancy mixtures; new Qr styles; at OC d Soys' SI Kni(kers; cordu roys and mixtures; sjilen- didly made; at 39c Underpriced Purchases from Over-Stocked Manufacturer' Enable Us 1 o Offer You In The Heisrhih of the Season s W oineis Finest 1 "n G'4 l Urn - J0 k 1! 0 am A larire assortment which includes SWAGGER COLLEGE COATS, MANNISH MIXTURE DALMACAANS, PLUSH TRIMMED ASTRA KAN'S. LINED BOUCLES RUSSIAN FLARE MIXTURES AND STYLISH PLAIDS AND CHECKS; not an old coat in the lot $17 Cape Coats $10.95 $15 Silk Plush Coats $9.95 - . $7.95 ?20 Salts' Fur Fabric Coats .$14.95 $15 Cloth Coats at v mo mm i CTT 1 sum Made of all-wool serges and crepes; Redingote styles in Austrian green, negre, navy, Copen and black; prettily trimmed collar and cutis; a large number on sale Saturday only at A1 V 1 $20 New Winter Suits $14.95 Finest $30 Suits at '. . .$19.95 Mew Style Pre Velvet and serge and satin and serge combinations;, also silk poplins and all-wool crepes; Eton jacket and Redin gote styles; all fashionable colors, including Russian green, navy, Copen, nc;;re and black. . . . Junior $7.50 Dresses, at $4.95 Women's $15 Dresses at $9.95 ........... a Women's Finest $20 Silk and Wool W inter Dresses $12.95 P3 r-i ' Q 01 Ql? S10.00 FUM SETS I. For women; black coney and tiger skins; large mulf and scarf ; satin lined priced special at MLI39 NEW $2.00 FUR SETS Gray, brown and white J g skins; large inull and p scarf; priced at V ax Ml III ir . O Special O Child's 50c Fleeced Union Suits at 39c Men's $1.25 Fleece Lined Union Suits at. .89c Women's 50c Fleeced Vests and Pants. : .39c Men's 50c Fleeced Shirts and Drawers .... 39c Women's $3.50 All Wool Union Suits . .$1.98 Y Men's $1.50 All Wool Shirts or Drawers. .98c Child's $1.00 All Wool Union Suits at. . .69c O Men's or Women's $4 Wool Sweaters. .$1.98 Women's 50c Pure Silk Hose; blk., colors 39c Women's 25c Mercerized Silk Lsle Hose. .19c Boys' or Girls' 20c Fast Bl'k Rib'd Hose !2y2c Women's 50c Black Cashmere Stockings 39c Infants' 25c Fast Color Cashmere Hose. . . 19c Women's $5 O Skirts $2.93 o Mrido f all-vt. l series a t it'i. s, 1 iuM.in i '.i n i .- i t h m r r.rdi.r.i tho Off I it.-' MTHl nv I'f.iM 1 ri rnir.o.i Jill! r::i'. culor.-. tvl O o ( hi III :.." nai, s s s.:.i!. American Youth on the Decline, Say Physicians NKW YORK. Nov. 20. Experi ments conducted last year by tho Life Kxtrnsion institute indicate a startling decline in American vitality and an enormous increase in degenerative diseases of the blood, hoart and other organs. Thousands of Americans have reg istered with ihc institute in indica tion of their desire to prolong- their live.- it was learned Thursday. The institute was founded a year a'o and includes in its directorship Former Pres't Taft, chairman; K. Ii. 1. (lould, Frank A. Yanderlip, Hubert Deforest, Elmer Rittenhause, presi dent, and Dr. I'uTene Lyman Fisk, director of hygiene. Pres't Kittenhauso and Dr. Fisk pave today a preliminary survey of the results of their experiments. There has recently been completed the examination of l.uOO employes of banks and trust companies who would be placed in the "preferred clas" by insurance companies. The average age was only I'.O. Their life is appar ently temperate, their income suffi cient to give them comfortable homes and the best of food. Yet 55 per cent of these men need ed treatment or medical supervision for diseases of the heart, arteries or kidneys or showed symptoms that indicated the approach of these dis eases. "These things show why we have plunged into the thick of the fight for human salvage," declared Mr. Rit tenhause. Have Saved Thousands. "Already we have saved thousands of persons by inducing them to submit to thorough physical examination and sure way to jet rid of to dissolve it. then you ntirely. To do this, get oft ir.ary when liquid rctir- fnouiih to moNten the s alp it in gently with the tinker The only dandruff is b strov it about four ounce arvon: apply it at night ir.:: use and rub tip-- I IM this tonight, and by morning! tnot if no!, all of your dandruff will j be gone, and three or four ito.ro ap- : p'.uath r.s will completely dis-ohe and j ntir.-K- destro. every single sin and, lra.ee of it. no matter how much dand ruff vou mav have. Yon will hnd. too. t!:.tt all itching and ili-.'iru; of the sr.Jp will ar nr.i.', .tud our hair will be ih:fTy. Pis trt.'is. L-!iiv. i!,Kv ".it'.d soft. a:.vl loot: and f el ;t hund.red times better. If yoa war-.t to procrvo your hair, i do by :;11 me.ir.s t rid of dandruff, Tor nothing destr"s the hair jiioro j p:!'V;ly. It :ut o::ly stars the hair) and maki s it I". 1 11 .cat. !e:t it makes it , stringy, -t r..;-l , dull. t!ry. brittle and, lifelc.-. ar:.; evr ;ic iodic, s it. Vou ; an K'et liquid ar": at any dtu-,'j htor. It l inexpensA e and rie"cr J fails to du the work. bPWLihJS, t ") r- JUST LoMS ( S M COEIX -vWs oME x so u3HoLescr-c AMtn le-fcGesT ceM- SUBSTfvWTL- Lev's So VfTGReS I bcwiM to a uosTiee v eoeR svo rrts: Vcs e,Nh eer -A'N : ' advising them as to the weak points in their machine. The figures I have given you were derived from the ex amination of the employes of concerns such as the National Surety Co., the Guarantee Trust, tho .-.Lawyers' .Mortgage Co: Thirteen per cent of these mien had already devel oped incipient or progressive thicken ing of the arteries. Twenty-seven per cent of the l: per cent were under ::0 years old. Isn't it an indictment of our modern system of living and health habits that men of twenty or twenty-five have thickened arteries? "The discovery of a defect in the, human machine early will save tens of thousands of deaths in this country every year. The man who knows ho has tuberculosis or a degenerative blood disease can be saved if he is told early enough. His life may be pro longed 10, 2 0 or 30 years and his working efficiency is improved tremendously if his physical machine is repaired in time. "We must realize that our first line of defense is not for this but men. Most of the sick people of this coun try are not on their backs where they be'long but on their feet trying to work." "What is the basic cause of this condition?" Mr. Rittenhause was asked. "Just this," he replied. "Persons drink in too little fresh air and then guzzle great quantities of food and liquor. That is the answer." IromliMMit Men Support Plan. Tho life extension institute was designed as a self-supporting philan thropy. Among the prominent men on its advisory board are Hermann M. Biggs, commissioner of health of New York state; Brig. Gen. William C Gorgas, surgeon general of the United States; Dr. Rupert Blue, sur geon general of tho United States public health service; Dr. W. J. Mayo of Rochester. Miss.; Dr. Luther II. Gulick, Dr. W. Rose and Dr. Harvey W. Wiley, lamed as the father of the pure food crusade. Its first work was undertaken in improving the health of insurance policyholders. Today policybolders of great companies mry be examined free. Arrangements are being per fected with .'!0 other companies so that 0,000,000 will shortly have the privilege. Tin: ;.ji:. "Is your part of the .-ounlry as wild and wooly as ever?" "Just about. Only last week I saw a friend of mine have a very narrow escape from a band of infuriated In dians. He made a remark that dis pleased them and aboi t nine of them rushed at him. some tarrving clubs." "What did lie do?" "lie merely said 'play ball, or 111 fine cwery one of you;' and they played New York World. r.irru.Yi:i. The advanced maiden was out row ing with a possible suitor, and had taken her litt!" sister along, who was exhibiting much fear at the waves. "Why. Martha, if you are so nerv ous now. what will you be at my age . "Thirty-nin I :uppo. ropliod little sister. meoklv I I II INED. is the difference a visitation?" when your pretty between a "What visit and Well, when your pretty young si ter comes to see us. that's a vi.;. When your mamma comes and -;avs a month, that's a visitation." Nv York World. It's Tim to clean your house. See our new patterns and get or., prices. I. V. Lower Decorating Co. TRY NEWS-TIMES WANT ADS Hurvich Cash Grocery The Place to Save Money postpom: cakd pakty. The card party which, was to have Veen given at the Elks' temple tonight for the benfit of the Christmas tree i fund, has been indefinitely post-poncd. Foolish T an -A I a Zcmo Stops tlchlii and Iiuming Quickly And ioos Right to the Koot of Your Skin Troubles. Get Your I ree Trial Dottle. It fuolh t endure the torture of itoldnsr nial Imrniiu; skin when Zenm ena le depended upon t' brine euiajd'-te relief in a jiffy. It Is foolish to suffer the ernhar ra..mnt. humiliation and di'c'oinfort of eczema, pimples, dandruff or oth er troubles when 5rao ttlu clean, non grensy liquid stand ready to drive out these dUe.tvfs for you. as it did for the thousands wh Lave written us of ZT'm eurr-s. TJht nothing "hit or miss" :u ... "... ..oil ran depend upon Zemo all the time. lbjy a 2T' bottb t"day from your druz pist. or er.d yiur address jmd 4 cent for actual iotaj:e to Ih W. ltse (. Ithor:;tor!ei IJH. S. Lul, Mo., for free rial I-dtle (in plain wrapper that Mill very quickly overcome your donhts. Zeiao "i soM and guaranteed by drur jr'.sts very when, and in South I'end by foonlcy Iruc Co., lUUph II. Kus, L. A. (leyer to' risKsii Assoirn:i) amii:s. Saturday at The Phil i, specially priced '2c. 25c and ?,Qc lb. Adv. Tho Auten Ilelief corps It. C. will s-.ve a nhlcken pie supper Satur day evening In the obi court house. Price 25c. Advt. it I UK I II alio a mm in sd r.--q Cm kmi u t--: u ImTs c 11 Mi' V iidLJ 1 ASK FOR CONTEST COUPONS s, n- y - i it ill t-4 . tmA i .1 - mi u f- 11 T Said Cheap iio "For a Limited i irne P JL o Onryv Pay ' mm M t . ( llsxjsil Willi r c" r" 99 t! Til) ii vwii n cf 2,000 Pounds IT TI 9 nfl IT- Home Ph And it's at the Home of the Bid Ton" one oiy oen i none 129 We invite the public to inspect our methods in the deliveries of Coal Nuf Sed o o o o o x m O o o o o o o it I! Ii i! I! n i li a M t 5 !!