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THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES THE NEWS-TIMES PRINTING COMPANY. 110 West Colfax Avenue. South Dend. Indiana Entered econd cla.s matter at Dally and Sunday 7r In J 5.00 Sunday, jingle copy 3c BY MAIL Dsily and SunSfcj In advar.ee, per year lcly. In advance, per year If your name appears In th. telephone directory you can telepho'ie your want "ad" to The News-Time's offlce and a bill will be mailed after li Isaertlon. Ham phone 1131; Bell phone 2100. CONE. LORENZEN e WOODMAN Foreign Advertising Representatives. ftX Fifth Avenue, New York. Advartlalnff Balldfnir. Chicago SOUTH IU:.M). INDIAN 3LVYOK KKI.LL'Ifs TI- K V. I'JlOGltAM. Joseph Ciark. of Nile.-, Mich., was stabbed to death Wednesday evening in a drunken brawl Which, took place in a dive oper- utei hy Mrs. Cora Mann N. Walnut st. News Item. That Is as far as v, read, for tho purpose of this comment; it is as far as we had to rea.d, ave to notice farther down in the story that the dive "ha been under police surveil lance for r-omc time," whatever that means." The whole affair, however, does not appear to be very much in keeping with what the administration has been holding out to the public, miite to the tuti-stac tion of its politico- citizen constituency, always anxious for the self-iTratitication of having helped perform wonders in "Cleaning up the town." Despite ii ss vi ranees to the contraiy, we too,-had been taking the adminis tration at its v. ord, these many months. unwilhnc to eomolain i . through fear ot being mistaken, and not wanting to undergo the chagrin of being labeb-d a "nair." There is no such thing a legitimate ?itiei-m of tho "Holier-Thau-Thorn-" at the city hall, you l:now! All comment that lacks approval ef the administration's dentin, and even, sometimes, silence, is put down over there as "knocking" and an effort "te put the administration in bad." That "the king can do no wrong." was never more superstitiously be lieved in the throne rooms of Ihirope, than it is now. as applied to them Mlves, among the otficials in the va rious departments of South Iielld's municipal building. To disagree with them, no differenc how honestly, nor how loicalb, is to them quite as criminal as it is to the more liberal element "whom thy have, offended, should you dare to step out side the city hall ami venture a good word for its occupant.'. It Is an awful predb-a meat for a newspaper to he in. U keeps you be tween "the devil and the deep sea" all the while, with strange dithcultes staring you in the face when you at tempt to distinguish, whieh is whkh. We are of no disposition to say that the Keller administration has J justice than some state authorities been a total failure with respect to have seemingly been doing, keeping his promises anent the vice There have been times in years question, but since this stabbing af- agone when the corruption of t lee fair taking place in a dive which the tions has been sort of pastime here, police have had "under surveillance" but since the passage of the corrupt --implying at least a knowledge of its practises iict our elections have been existence. we are- naturally led to acceptably clean. It was not a one wonder how much of the mayor's sue- party affair in the days of corruption ss has been psychological, and hew and it has not been a one-party affair much real? in the days of the more recent clean In othfr words, is the niorM condl- linens. tion of South I.end materially aoove 1 Hiring the recent municipal cam that of a year ago. or, is our belief in paiuns there were charges and counter t somewhat a condition of the mind charges of corruption but none of orn of setni-hypnolic! Miirgestion ma- them ever ot anywhere, and charges inting from the city ha'l and reiterated made during a campaign that are not 'rom henchman and pulpit? There pushed after the campagin is over, s legitimate purpose in this question. Can generally be passed up as political !f there is a dive at 'JO N. Walnut st., claptrap. inder police purv eillam e. et low - nough to preeipitaW- murderous rawls. perhaps there are others in ur midst. If there are, is it because J . .1 f he department ot satety tails to meas- ;re up to the situation, or is it a con- bound:; that, at least, no judge has had j iition that it Is impossible to mea.-ure occasion to take a hand and by 1 ip to? There aro those who con- championing the cause of the cor- ' end that the vice of prostitution an- ruptionists, render desirable that j lot be suppressed after the manner much hated leverage known as the j utlined by the present administra- judicial recall. Ion. and claimed to be working, and The democracy of t. Joseph county hat segregation is the remedy for carried the recent election and car he evil. We regard Mayor Killer's ricil it with clean hands, in such , fforts ns an experiment, and if it marked contrast with what certain uececds, all very well, but if it fails, democrats of Vigo county are accused i r is failing, then we ought to know it ,,f having done, that not to mention ' nd know the reasons. it wovdd be akin to doin-; the loial The Idea of a "red liht" eiistri t; democracv an injustice. It is deserv ... . , ... I . ... section of the city set aside as a Hell l which fallen votuan may ply h r rade. virtually legalizing" it. U not deasant to ccntemplatc. but it is carcely less pleasant than to have b r perating here, there and everywhere, lere "police survtillar.ee" does pot nswer the question. It d.-s not solve ae problem, at h ast, until the admin- tratlon is ready to admit it failure t eradication, and that a sur eillauce ystcm is beinc tmplovtd a- .:n ai - rnativt-. ... , W e neea to i.,- .-...c.est iin ... a ; (her in dealing with this P qa on. There are a !! of o. s and -;irls iininc: into manhood and v. man- ; jod in isouth Uei.d a'ai w' ;.re all ' iore or less interested in their f uiur-j rpedom from temptation and Ml- morality. We will pr.-m;i. at the sake of fairn that tin. .inlstration is doinc its b l -e; We .erely object to 5 . i ;i - mi-!oi iato rf-siiming a muyi.-.- v hi- h p- rli; p. i idginp from this r'-Tu d v. iot.-n, m. nf. not exist. The -o,,d i..-. -pi,. d " n' ; t behind the o!:i jested its candidal.-' i in! i i i . . oi ; i o lilts becaus. th- i o rv i n l; i o r . e- . that thcx- I af. t i:e i;iuht Uot I t from the opposition. ;,i d. v., Mtc-ite that it is re-.dis that r: - ant rather than nic r- as-.-riir.s. There i a. viit i!:f..rc:.cu l.' P-'un -v - :. - ... ; outwiri apprar.cc tor palu.yal tct. We t.ikA it. and be Hex - I l ghtly, that th b the I'ostornce at South Hend. Indiana 1 BY CAIUUEK. advance, per Daily and Sunday hy the week... 12 lall-( lngle copy 14.00 J3.00 A. NOVKMIIIIH 20, J fi J 1 heait and soul behind the mayor in his anti-vice campaign for oltice1, arc more interested in anti-vlee than they fir- in the perpetuation of the citizen's party, and thi.s especially If the pt r-pt-tuation i to be worked out under false pretenses. jih;iit ha i; axothi-:k mi:ss ;j: In spite of President Wilson's neu trality message and the sentiment of the country, two American vessels went out to .supply a German warship J on the Atlantic and were caught in the act by a Hritish cruiser. The Uritish government merely asked that our government punish the offenders. It now appears that there is no law for such punishment. Another message is due from th j president. It should ho addressed to all foreign governments, and should be short and sweet, thus: i "When you catch Americans taking ! part as belligerents in this war punish i tnem yourself; wo cant." ft is uncalled for and sheer waste w i ii g - J 11KIL UUI l 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 I I t I 1 U worried over the fate of Americans who participate, on one side or 'the other, in this war for the sake of dirty dollars. Some such notice as the message we've suggested should be given. America's attitude is that of the neutral, the peace-maker, the un prejudiced helper of the suffering. I Violation of her neutrality is little short of treason and If foreign nations catch Americans at it, they will have the full consent of America to deal with tho culprits as Pest suits thein. ujt Tin: dikt in: si;;hi:c;ati:d. To the credit of .South Rend and St. Joeeph county and may it be to our everlasting credit we can hold an election here without going to the lengths that the dispatches tell us are at times utilized in Indianapolis and Terre Haute, and we refer to Terre Haute inure in particular. If things are as the dispatches say they are in Terre Haute, every man in volved is well, he has very properly fallen into the clutches of the federal authorities, and here's helping they will do a better job at meting eut Again during the campaign just close d there were signs of weakening ; on the subject of strict adherence to ! the corrupt practises law, but the vio- ! lations were kept within suthcient mg ot mention tor the specmc reason that Terre Haute, and Indianapolis' with her. ate casting a reflection up- ! n the democracy of the entire state,; and a reiiection that is not deserved, i.et tho organizations of tlos' cities assume the responsibility themselves, it houid be contined to the peojde who are to blame. The democracy I , f sit. Joseph county does not care to j help bear the burden. It has proven! jthat it be not appioe of that kiml i of program and it ha.- a nuiw to de-, i eline to .-hare lie curse it mav be that the reports of' . ..rrtit.iion from tne sister itics are; . .iggerat d. As they appear in iv- publican newspapers in particular. t u v.nquestion iblv are. These p.t- p l.'l.M' ee minr prid in blackening i'it' h. and i t he repor t . . 1 1 . . a o i l ' ' 4 11- iacicf i ! . t. ... ., : . e . ,. . t iiell t. : w on p. a ; p ly t b th. entire state, e victor, im- I j j-aUic ii il conditio ,x 1( r,. , lire ir-" .iU,,n ; b ra ii t ;ic heir leolci ener.il. nat the titu- And a lot of peopp v. i!l ii.ehced ti take it vo if tin ai l taatioip ii. It i . ry much like jadl u the ntire . i. x i,v the fall of a ,-i:iul" minls The WciIncs; .spot ic. a man's ft ua i a- t r n :ea suft s t a h'.imau nature. A little aiao. It is pot of dirt i.s of f ficitml m u wnti ati o t o t r. r a v tr-ui hu:r.:i eye. to cclii-.j i whole vorlci ci c!fcirtl:iiesi. "i"Jivc u.- dirt," ttuns to to the cry of the age; "dirt." thT we may scatter it t-vervvherc, a tid ma!p- it api-ear -;-.eral," and V hrc f hern nrp rfftrmf.re thn rrv I wont to ring all the louder. Loral observation, even of the most j recent, indicate that the republicans OUKhl have nothing to siy, hut they are saying it. It is they who will be heard if anyone for it is their bier noi-. And w do not object to it aside from the generalization. Let them segregate their remarks. This I is not Terre Haute and it is not In- ! dianap.dis. The democracy of South j fiend is clean; ns clean ;is the repub- licans, and cleaner, and we would not ' be surprised, if the truth were known. 1 it were the same at the state eapital j and in tin city to her west. Incident to which, we note that in Indianapolis the victory went to the republicans and if victory always follow? corruption as they would have j you believe, we wonder who could ! have- been the corruptionists thre? j SI.MILAUITV. The kaiser's proclamations to his soldiers remind, one much of the first Napoleon's: "The e-nemy is moribund and bar barous, ilemember the glory of your country and your emperor. Jet out ! to the front and die!" And they did. - ! The real "Interests "of the colored i , . . . . , . I people have not been advanced by that Trotter delegation's insult to the i president of the Tnited States. is ! to Woodrow's credit that he kept his j temper and did not order Trotter kicked into the street. There's a gleam of civilization about that war. at last. Uussia Is making U 11 "un Iram so in:U l ,,irrs 1 r d;l-v ran lL ,:lln" U's a mean i.aiser woo wouiu turn ms mm.-. on- that train. esti- The commerce department mates our export balance for October at 4 4 millions more than the Septem ber record. Trade cff your grunt for a cheer! J Joe Kyan. ef St. I.ouis, advertised fr a wife with two children and got one with seven. Advertising is the handmaiden of prosperity. Chinese pupils while reciting les sons turn thek backs on the teacher. It gives the teacher a good mark to kick at. The crater of an ancient volcano, in whieh there are numerous hot springs, is utilized as a sanatorium in Japan. TWENTY YEARS AGO Remindeis IYom the Foltimiis of The Dally Times. Miss Anna Clreenwalt entertained in honor of the Misses Nelson of Still water, Minn. Miss Verna Ianty. as sisted in receiving. Miss "Florence d,antz and Miss Maud Cummins pour ed the chocolate and Miss Winifred Van Pelt. Miss Bessie Wade and Miss Kate. JJstenberger served the ices, whilo Miss Louie Nickel poured the coffee. At dinner the gentlemen were : receiv ea. Miss May Barrett and Miss. "Pick Chapin entertained at dinner. Pose ,v.- Ellsworth's front was fired ! by a defective electric wire. Little damage was done. Notre Dame defeated Hush Medical college at football. CM AYS 3 .Mi" Pandora Zulchack ha. start-e-tl two tanmt (lasses one for thoe over 70 an' one fci th' young folks." ATCltL MlsTAKi:. The little, mild, bald man had set tled down in the traifi te read. and. feeling drowsy after a trying day at business, fell fsb-ep. n the hat rack above- was a ferocious crab in a bas ket, and. reaching the edce of the ruck, it fell, alightinu on the little man's shoulder, and grabbed his ear t steady itself. Ml of the passengers waited e x pe, t - ; antly for deve lopuo-i.is. but all they j heard was: 'I.et eo. s-'arah' I fell vmi I've been il tile ollice all the evening.'' orm: ci.i:m:. Thanksgivin' day is eomin ain't so far away. n' I'll be g e inner. !ecaie my dad'll say. It kid at no -v. I your boc. come on a?f hurry, so plate can take an help you to more turkey an' punkin pie an cake." You needn't think I'm crazy !'r tMkiii' like I d-. 1 ain't awfiil stupid, an" what t say is true. We're guie.' to a neighbor's at eatin' time this year I u' lr-- that I'll piit vr:t-i III . I Hope inealllU S I'le.il. l.e- lie ";,U 1'vr.V. 1 Nor i:.tTi.v m.ow. ll.irr.x .fa I li.r ldeasore t ' ; ! - d m e ; J i otU.'lte - I el H.-rr. loit'-Th.- U - ami --We!. o'l the V -nt to b ate 1. o o;i - s'ta n to' d ' 'hap; la 1 hut: in. it:. oo n t o . t lie brid.-. a bo ii.t s a x i 1 1 cold ) J " t! on r ou mis tuelodioijs. beloved! ? i to yi.'i for hoi'.rs! fda.-tli r i Munich . ,i UK l;: Uot .ill co'. 11 iiia ! . !.! ! NOT l"si:i IO IT. .Vi a oc, s .uto lii;i ; ,,'.) i hat i. if aren't t:-!:-'-o!ng anywhere j. parlieclir. w Pa?.'-- T in id. a e.f r-u-u -ttii.g i!.! sv beastly ca.rly? - JiiCuc. ni:oia:T. . cr.es V;a m. 4 ;. vou ri.,x y.v. I'm afraid f , , i t .lac I struv'ul . d i 1 V 'M i i iHa mm I n in 1 1 HTOTC3 miTICH TT'TTTMrJ F&nv -Tr- iii owe mi&iu n juniu rj ji I COME! TAKE POTLUCK WITH US. MX MONTHS WITH POHTS AND riHLOSOIMIHItS. How rarely reason guide the stub born choice. Utile-, the Ik)M hand, or prompts the suppliant -oiev; How nations sink, by darling x heme oprev Win n vengcaiuo lltviis to tho fool's rviKL .Samuel Johnson. It U difficult to determine on the standard by ulikli the manners of a nation may Im trietl, w Iicthcr cath uW or particular. It I more diffi cult for a native to bring to that standard tho manners of liU own nation, familiarized to him by habit. Thomas .Ieffei-oii. NOW presents different aspects to different persons. A poet has called it beautiful. Tho unsheltered may well regard it with terror. The man who must shovel it thinks snow a nuisance, the man looking for a Job welcomes it as a blessing. To some a field of snow is inspiring, to others u is a picture of desolation. Never- l,heles- as in other manifestations, the forces of nature cause snow to fall when they list and regardless of the wishes of the tenants at sufferance w ho inhabit the earth. r. UK AT P.IUTAIN mourns -BobV and properly. "Hobs" did much to maintain the British cordon of tho earth. Hut what of 'nobs"? He should he well satisfied. To die in ser vice, on the field, in the face of the enemy is the dearest desire of the true j ddur. and "Bobs' was every tidier. inch a v.n m.,-; ,'iimi niniiif v Job? (Cor. Aruos Reflector. Joseph Wynn went te South Bend j last week to look tor a jo'i(?) but in stead found a wife in the person of Mrs. Daniel Wtndblwler of Tiosa, who was visiting her son Harry. They re turned to Tiosa Monday noon. i i;i says tne .New iorK ' Post, "is playing a large part in the present war." And, we may add, most of the rubbering is being done from this side. AS vet we do not view with alarm our entanglement with Turkey. We are j likely to emulate tho example of the wise man who w;is kicked by a jack ass. He cemsidered the source, and let it go at that. yA ami .Milk, " (Indianapolis News.) An to celebratintr it in verse, that was done in prettv irood style hy an i early American poet. Joel Harlow 1 7 " 4 -1 S 1 2 , a patriot, preacher and poet of the revolutionary period, han dled the subject in a poem entitled "Hasty Pudding," as mush was called in eady days. Barlow was considera ble of a man, filled some important offices creditably, and he wrote "Has- commission f ; o v i : ix s m ext. Buffalo, by vote of the people, will undertake to govern Itself by means ot i commission. Commission gov ernment has been tried in cities as large as New Orleans, but it has not vet been subjected to a test so severe as that which a city as large as Huf- falo which has a population of 4 :.., 000 will impose on it. The plan originated in Galveston as an emer gency step immediately after the flood, and has been adopted mainly by mid-western cities, but it has also spread to the east, and even into New England, so that Buffalo will have the benefit of nearby examples on which it can draw for practical sug gestions. Opinion as to the universal prac ticability of this kind of municipal government seems to be pretty sharp ly divided. Its advocates are en thusiastic in recommending il be cause ef the ease with which malad ministration is connected with the de partment head to whom the particu lar function is intrusted. They also point to its simplicity, and the fact that the business-like character of the plan encourages substantial busi- i ness men to take an active part m 1 1 1 II 11 U 1 1 Jl 1 .innii.-. ii-'.i i I r- seem to believe that whatever virtue the plan has is due to its novelty, and that in time the business man will relax his interest, and the old system of government by politicians will pre vail. On the whole, however, it is not shown that commission government has failed. Jersey City is sometimes referred to a a e'onspicuous example of the falli bility of the system. Certainly the cemniissioii in that city has had trouble. But even though the people are not rpiit.- satisfied, it is not re- n.,- cantr.mtil ifi' 5i return i pOll--,, l II.'. I IOV.0 V w. ...... - to tin t ormer tat. of affairs. in1 I o-t. one i no- mi on a. Row advanced lor rommion t.nmiPii i no ue 1 1 1: i a ie iiiiimo-i o instances in whili a city ha discard-j led it And whatever its attainments. lit is 'undeniably effecting iireat good , i in calling attention to the wretched j state trv. of eitv government in this oun- Its struirgle i-v f'r men of better: 1 iiialllications and that is the object of all municipal olis News. reform.- Indiana p- U:ltIMi TO THINK. of the leading republican x ne pa-tln- leis of Philadelphia remarks, tariff will not b.- an issue in the e e.iu- ink,' ma orally 'ainiaivr." Here is a co-p-e.-ion. ind-'ed. Heie is an admiss-jon in an unexpected utiarter that it Is of n :-reat moment! WHAT THE PAPERS SAY to the p-opK- e.f America's ihird ity . painter. what their .hi.' me,nicip;ll executive! The dittered in religion, in politics, thinks .... the taring of itnoort-. uiin nuomes. in social status about a.i i.s lure admitted mat a calal iI at c's id as as to hov. to t un a ei'y uovt i ti- iC.ii'.T arc o Titoie i u i o o i i a n 1 . :u civ btlop. of n'.av -or. tbovit :-:u r be 1 , at t!o s ii o i !d custom lb lie i i' li -s po'.iCX 1 1 ' I i t ! , S e , Li-!it ta inli ai els.-a he'' s i f'.ii.ii'-. . o..a s,,;isr p ip-r. in I'hil -.de'pliia or . ma admit that a ..: r mav be a. patriot ev en if he thir.tv.:- u little for .-.dm self and :s not persuaded in hi vidian by ret r'nis v.irh cure- alls v hbdi s -Id. lerests w liicii ro ear.- a nyt binu. Ic-h-.x e !o!.l' vhrivt u by persuading Oeoph- Jo dt'iur lo.'a! rjUeStiev.s Up rro!cr.. of ."ci tTVcioPKl will rs-c. V.ut the cause o" g..od iovM-ri.ier.t and .rtic!cnt publ-.c MTt? will ee prcn-.ored. Cut perhaps we ti'.-.e the rr.-itttr t.-.o .-ericiuh. Perhaps, us the Phi'.';- dMphir ecord ?u-,'est.s. as socn a th ma v or 'P rampai-'i r. that city ty rudding" while consul to Algiers. He had been livinc abroad several Tt is reported that the n-rAes of rity ycars, and his long separation from duellers stand the stress of battle btt tho American dish mav have made i ter than men who have lived in the his mouth water and liis heart beat country. The explanation is that the warmlv for mush and milk. After : city type of man ha:? become habitu- describing the nrocess of making mush, he comes to' tho eating part: For rules there are. though ne'er un folded yet, Nice rules and ividi r-ie tmniiinr t M ...J,! shall be eat. ! Some with molasses grace and lus I clous treat. I Anl mix. like bards, the useful and i thfi evveet A wholeseime dish, and well deserving praise. A great resource in those bleak win try days When the chilled earth lies buried deep in snow. And raging Boreas drives the shiver ing cow. Havinc thus introduced the cow and Jriven her to the front, the poet proceeds to praise milk as the most suitable of all accompaniments for mush: Milk. then, with pudding I shemld al ways choose; To this in future I confine my muse. Till she in haste some further hints unfold. Good for the younpr. nor. useless to the old. First in your bowl the milk abund ant take. Then drop with care along tho silver lake Your flakes of pudding; these at first will hide Their little bulk beneath the swelling tide; But when their crowing mass no more can sink. When the soft island looms above the brink. Then check your hand; you've got the portion due, So taught my sire and what he taught is' true. IT is the irony of fate that the arch above the entrance to the burned garage, which composes the larger part of the remnants of the buildir iz, bears the legend, "Fireproof." A (STRANG K, new quiet pervades the house: 'twould put to shame the proverbial mouse. No callow voice in trebles rings, no budding throat in cadence sings. No question mark re mains about, no echo of a ringing shout, and sleepy good-nights are no mori. the dearth of kisses we deplore, diplomacy now sleeps its best, in full enjoyment of a well earned rest. The house resumes its normal tone, the boy is Lponc, the boy is gone. THE dramatis personao may- change, but the tragedy gos on in i Mexico. Ambition and passion Iinu willing to ls to promote their ends. When street cars drag anil angry patrons walk. You may be sure it makes no end of talk. C. N. F. mmim opens, "it will be dinned into the ears of voters that not only the re storation eif a protective taritf but the result .f the presidential election in 10U; and the future prosperity of the whole United States depend upon the man they choose for mayor." Nevertheless, leaving Philadelphia out of account, the idea is gaining popularity that local issues alone fchould decide local elections. The state needs voters who will admit the fact not only between campaigns but in the midst of them. Terro Haute Tribune. AN INVOLUTION IN HANKING. After long years ot discussion and struggle against an antiquated bank ing and currency system absolutely unscientific and adapted to meet the exigencies of civil war half b. century ago the country today hails the in auguration of a new and more ra tional system. Instead ef a volume of currency J rigidly restricted by the volume of government, nonas tne nanns coma obtain te deposit as security for it, and therefore irresponsive to the varying demands of industry and trade, the new system provides for notes based on the assets of the banks and which will autecnatically expand and contract with the coun try's requirements. It is not a perfect system, but it is immeasurably superior to the wretched war time relic it super sedes. In its decision to permit redis count of the "one name paper" -the note f the individual merchant with which the American business com munity has been familiar for genera tions and in general "feeling its way" in starling the new syttem, the federal reserve board has won golden oplnieins. v kh,,- j.oen 01 as a rev- olution" in Danking. It is rather an evolution, and this will continue un til the working of the new svstem ... i. . 1 1 t, ..... . -. oxeieome jirejudice anI i . ri'iii ii e a . k j f m " iuixe noi i icaerai banks mit central bank. N. V. Herald, V in ivAOW i: OTIIi:n. j I 1 Tho k.-on.wxllw ..r . i ii . i In .. -"winuuse in ieueviiic. . Hie s ! Wis. .. . .e ee in hits :i tro n - upon motion , oi uie Latliohc priest, the Methodist ! minister was elected president of the eommunitx "s so ial center for the o,ning winter. hen three basket ball teams were formed, including the priest, the minister, the blacksmith, the editor, a farmer, the keep-r of the village restaurant, a dentist, a. clothier, a teamster, a druggist, a sarsge own- . uir naiihtji, ine saioon Keener a inn m " ji merchant and house widely n.s m n can differ. Hut in the common school bi;iidinu, in the free demra-raev of the social center, thev ! . w . . r . 1 ... ' . . . - : . : . .1. : 1 : .v . . j.. , ltl a.sii.e. iiieir a i i euces for the no d 1'itrpose of discovering liow mi;e h good fellowship there was in mect.ng together, now and then, as .qual.-. as brothers. In the democ racy of play, in the demecraey of frank, lair discussion ef jeub'dc ques tions, they art 'indium out. the.- dif fering men of Ihlleville. that, a hu man beings, they're amazingly aii-. .ace oii i;-t In bw t)e n.irlace. And out of this agtccaHe di-eevery will come, for lUdb vil. . iiiore tolcr unce, rr. ore kindnets of feeling, more SiYe and take ilum it had e-w-r kr.c'.vn before. Ever. v;htn thc-y chall diitor a?air. 0 cours-e. thoy otten will it won't be with a much bitternci. a.6 much bigotry, as much me.'n hate at ot yore It s a wondertul sclvent. is brotherhood. Fort Wavp.- Sfntinel - BITS OF INFORMATION By treating young chickens with high frequency, hich voltage currents of electricity a ln ion experimenter has made them row more' rapidlv than those without the treatment. i ated to noise. Fnglish soldiers report a new and certain cure for neuralgia. It is to nae ii iifiiiiiiu siieii ouisi ' r n ;irni - - - " - ---- ... . render the patient unconscious. The soldier who discovered it was named Palmer, and German shells have been nicknamed "Palmer's neuralgia cure."' i A scarecrow of the ordinarv ty pe w.s placed in the corntield of Howard Wilson of Marinette. Wis., and failed to frighten the birds. It has now been replaced by a feminine ligure with a low-necked blouse, slit skirt and plumed hat. and crows have ceased to haunt the locality. Make your Thanksgiving table at tractive and buy your favors at The Phila. Adv. mwi by thinking you can get along without Electric Lights and the many conveniences of Electric Service, and thereby saving expense. Every member of the family is benefited from baby to grandparents an Electric milk warmer for baby, an Electric toaster, percolater, iron, curling iron, hair dryer for mother, an Electric chafing dish for sister, an Electric cigar lighter, an Electric shaving mug for father and son warming pad, blankets and heaters for the old folks. An Electric massage for everyone in the family and something everyone in the family needs and uses more than anything else, Electric Lights. Our liberal terms and easy payment put Electric light within reach of everyone. Do it now and do it Electrically. Indiana & Michigan Electric Co. 220-222 West Colfax Ave. i 5 i i i J 1. fi Hi FI BNSURAKICE After the lire you investigate your insurance. You then learn whether insured. The time to investigate is before the lire comes. 9 My insurance service is complete. Let me work out the details of vour insurance in eluding rates, forms, companies, etc. I specialize in automobile, fire and liability insurance. WILLIAM HAPP 203 S. Main St. Phone 1571. 4 I' tSit- lirti-l " ' llRiiMiM!'- " "' 111 " 1 1 " "- -""' .... HHIi-w. R Jones "How nice and warm you keep your house, old man. I guess your Hard Coal bill is something fierce, eh?" Smith "Not on your life. I don't buy Hard Coal. 1 use INDIANAPOLIS BY PRODUCT COKE saves $2.00 a ton and gives better results." r i ii r ji n .'1 k COUPON A coupon like fnls is published in an editions of The News-Times. Seven of these coupons of consecutive dates from The News-Times will give you FREE CP CHARGE a superb photographic enlargement. Present coupons and picture you wish enlarged to Photo Dept., News-Times. Coupons must be presented by aoults. Free otTer containing only one head. Slight charge for others. A handsome carbonet enlargement for the seven cou pons and 50c. A beautiful enlargement in delicate water colors for seven coupons and 31. No mail orders received. Present Coupons at BASIS I'OIl i:CIIANfii:. He had a drove ot dispirited vtf T and paused to Kivc thejn a mu- '. needed ret. The storekeeper cam out and looked them over casually "Want a hors?" "Gues not." "I'll take it out in good-" said th stranger. "I'll take it out in tob.pvc in fart." "Might do some business a'or.j those lines." retpor.ded the storo keeper, "if ,e kin agree on a basis.' "What's your b.-iiis?" "Well. I'll trade with you plus:." Judge. Plug f. what sin; i,iki:i llr Ther sav that she 5S eng.! ei ; lu ew. no 1 thought , noisy people? that she def st. i likes hi rir.g' He on, hut she California Pelican. i rv : iW ,:r' - or not you were really r C. Glif 01 NO. 59. The News-Times Office ST txi Ttasei35J3f, II