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THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES EQUAL SUFFRAGE fare will bear the marks of mother hood. In one hand she will hold tho franchise. Witli the other ?he will Mak admission to her children. And the expression of her lips will be that 'he women who rorne after her mav s nun than for USED SPEAKER'S PLEls?f: Discrimination of Man Against Woman is Shown by Lecture of Dr. McCuaig "Care of Boy" This Afternoon. IVwirfal aruui.;-Ms for ('!'.:. il s ;f fraae were e, ; v. n I r. A. 1. MrCnaig in an aiIr .-: uj on "The F.this of Marriage" ;it the i 'rt' t ria n ehr.ich Monday aiteria.on. His t.ilk dalt largely v. ith t)i(' lraii l.i-f o arst Pm M" n the ha .-i of the- r -latiouship of tne ;--. ir future," con tinued Dr. MeCualir. "beside these pic tures may b placed another. The cage i will have changed to the likeness of the great door of a homelike home. In the doorway will stand a woman, tho mother of many sons, who have gone down the roadway into the city. And l.eyond the walls of the city a strange light will he breaking. And in the face of the woman, soft and lich with the markings of motherhood, there will le a vision of that which she has Kiven to the world a vision of woman's greatest irift to the generation- of strong, enlightened, noblo nien." UNCLE SAM PAKTICULAR CONCERNING HIS MAIL BY LEAKY GftS PIPE Seven People Killed, Nine In-' jured and Four Missing Fol-; lowing Wrecking of Apart-! .merit House in Cleveland. i i 1 t Mi i Ml 11 . EE MERCHANDISE CERTIF- T5TJ U .JL TRl H TABLE DE HOTE DINNER amount you desire. They are ex- iil VUO WV-O 111 our Tea Roon,, m;UC it ceiient for girts where you are in convenient to thne unaHe to douht or where you think it ad- ----- , t. . visable to let the recipient select cTHDr ODE 1ST I77l?TVTiKTr c itmtii vao Mm'P 111 i.ie day 07C Oj-'P. his or her own pift. 5 1 UKL OPEN EVENINGS UNTIL XMAS. evenings until Cliris:m.i. rated-. Willi ()hjcctimah!i Odor ami Parcels t V-I1 Parked ot to He Admitted. If you have a skunk 'hide whir'i you wish to snd to a friend for chri.-tmns do not try to send it by panel post for I'nele Sara will hold his i;osc in righteous horror arid re- fu t transport the irift for Ymi it is the-- ua; wet hides or '"'".ire f.f the Ib," was the .u'.'.; t of Ir. .1 t 'o.iT's addr at o'rloek this afhmoun ;.t the V. stmintcr I'r s- yteri; n ehurt h whib- 'ele ti n in Mat e.-iiip" v. as the topic t th First M. I-, churcii at .::.:" o' lock. T!ij tame su V . j c t will le u. d i n a n a ud i es. Leli'ie hu'-iri' .- women at the Y. Y. C. A. at 7: ' io while "i''iols" will he the ta.ie at the e'ni:it; ad dress -it the I'l.st I'reiiiylei-j.ui rlillivh. In !is u.'M'.ri of discnmisiation of man against v. orrti; in the ir.ai-ru; of the hiv. s f t Jv j.uid. lr. .M uai n !c! rci! to f!i' t'.ic' tt,:if in nv r ". ler rent of the states of the rcpuhlie, mothers are not l' -:a!lv 'iual Liuaid-j iar-.s with fathers th-ir own ehihl-'11 ten. For yars. it v.a-; siated, tho th Wdtnin of .Mas.-aehuselts fou-;lit a 1ns- ini; L.ittl" fr the amendment of this unjust law, hut not till a tragedy em jdiasied the injustice did the men of .Massachusetts mnrede tlie wromr. In a ramil ot six. "The fctory as I haw- it." said Dr. M(iiai, "is that a woman was mar ried to a worthless m; n. Tliey had ehildr n. Th' man v.a. iinahl- to pro vide, ;.i tiie woman haul to t'o out and ,,, . ., ... . ,,,, ... . ,, out ohjeetion. Howawer then tit i 1 1 i i ' i i i , i . j 1 1 e i i , i . i , 1 1 1 ' iie:i mi- i jam. CIreen or mythin" with an le'jtr- tionah!' odor are not admissible into the mails under any consideration. is all rirht if hides are dry and not i m' 11 had for then they ean ne sent unnss perenaia e ine ar" in ;i eass of shipments prohibited by the stale law. Post masters have also been, in strueted to refuse to take for delivery any paekaj-'" whu h is not so se( nia ly oat ked that it ran be delivered to its des? ination in jood condition. Furthermore it may be p.t d now th;it the Ked Cross stamp, during th ho'.uiay season, ran be placed on i'.nv part of a letter CLEVELAND. ).. Deo. 1 A blast if iztia which rot-kel the entire west end of tho city wrecked a two-story i br: k .apartment and business block . at IK. If"; V. Madison a v. early Mon-- d.av rnin'. killing scen persons I and in.iurini? nine others. Three fam ilies were practically wipe, out of existence bv th explosion. Several of the injured victims will lie. Four nerons ;ri inissinsr. The bodies of tiie victims were ter ribly mutilated and identiiieation is slow. The explosion is believed to have resulted from an accumulation of i?as from a leaky pipe in the haseme?.t of ill. building. The force oi the blast was terrific. It was heard miles away ami it ne w the walls ot tr.e ; m apartment buildinu out. Fire started! in the wj ecuai;" and hrrmen and pf. ; 1 arms Continuing Oar of r 1 omorrow, Wednesday, We UT rev A house? j f f half a j H mcreaMiu; Il'eds of the little ones nriilc demands for ev ry cent sho t'ould earn, and she had to tell too man that she could no buiir, r i;ie him a single dollar of her hard-cnri;ed money. lie came hack that niht to t;dl bar that he had arranged to places foar of the little i:ies in public insti tutions and the other two in privatn tamilif -. She besought him to have nu icy and h ave 1 1 1 children with her. and : die wo;ld ia- him anythiim he would ask. He was id.dnrate ami or d red her to Ket the chihlien ready for the next day. She consulted a lawyer and found that under the law she bad tio redress. The iext niurn inK she went upst.iirs and Kdr. from room t room kilh'd every or. of tho six children and then took her own life." Woman lutrrarliimr. A graphic ihscription was iziven of man the evolution of woman's outrea hin mour ttiward better conditions for herself and for her children. "in an eastern city tacre was re cently on exhihtion in the committee rooms of the suffragists of the state, a striking picture. It represented a Kreat. square, iron cue; . in which were imprisoned three people; one a convict in convict's clothes; another an idiot with rcedinic brow ami elongated head; and third a college woman in college cap and (,'nwn r.f hum nly bear ing. Shi seeks escape. The legend written below read: Vonvicts, lunatics and women ;iave no vote.' A Companion l'icturr. "Beside that picture." said Dr. Mc ru:iK. "I expect there will be placed. or p:-cuai;e v.itn- a re certain torelurn countries in wnivti mail will not be delivered if there is non-postage stamps and the regular post-o;e is not prepaid or if the non-)Mi.-tiit' staiap i on an.- other place than the hack of the letter or pack age. If these various rules are re membered it will aid much in avoid intf contusion during the busy season now at hand. lice risked their lives in the' Humes to rescue the dead and injured. Windows were broken in aim facto, ae tor a radius ot mile in the vicinit" of the wrecked bulbliiar. Women and children rush ed from their homes screaming, fear inu that an earthquake hod occurred. Troll-y, liht and telephone wires were torn down by tiie explosion and caused a delay in netting tirvmen and police to the scene. At lo o'clock seven dead and nine injured had been taken from the , wreckage and nremen were scarcn- ing four otle rs believed to have been tint he building. ?4v w..f.vviv.-v.-j4V,-.:,' . S- Arv rN 4 7 Vi COMMISSIONERS LET SUPPLY CONTRACTS! NEW MOBILIZATION STARTED BY RUSSIA 1 1 Army Will Xiimlwr Ten Million Wlti'ii ; New Men Take Places in j Hanks. j CC iPi:.HA(iKN. Dec. Z. Special j H to the London Laily Telegraph: y, "A Kussian who arrived Monday j from Lodz where he served in the i N I.a :ivc flint tiie liKsin n 1 ii have commenced a new mobilization'"' in the last few days. The Kussian jh army, he says, will number le.O'C.-i ooo, not lnciutiing tne troops oi 1 , i f governments, where no mobilization ! ri hast lx-en ordered. Contracts were let Monday by Hk county commissioners for tho provid ing of supplies for the county asylum tor the ensuing quarter. The con tracts were also let for the printing of countv hooks for the ensuing year. The awards were as follows: White- n his way fr i.ros., groceries, .yii.o-.; -r- rcirograei im passeu reiy i miu- l c Co.. meat. ? 400..' Adler I utes militarx' trains of fifty ears each F.ros., clothing. ?FM; (leorge Wyman i creiwded with soldier?. - Co., dry goods, 5LMG.il, Fnion "The iopttlation ef Poland, he says. 1 1 t - .. r I o . 1 T 1 1 . I .1 . . a i a. , -. . n miop e e., saoi's. : . . ; -, iiioo'mh is eonvinceei mat ine uennans win i Printing Co.. tirst class stationer.v, $2,- soon he driven out of Poland. In j u OSG.ib". atid seeend class stationery, c.alicia desertions have been common ; i i ?:'.!. SO; II. P.. Hupel. third class sta- sometimes whole Polish regiments tionery. sl!U.( a; lalward u. Maudlin. ; leave the ranks in a body, he de- fniirOi Pl'iuo ct'l Imnprv U.I ..II I ,1 ., I""' v ... . .-j ...... , v ...... . I I lill O". There has been filed with the audi tor the amended report of the re viewers on the proposed Ksmny high way in Olive township. The damaues for Kdw ard Idenhart nnd Annetta J Much ef the evening will he spent Ide nhart are placed at $2"0. It is in music temight when the Kaley Civic said that the road cannot well be J club will hold their regular meeting, ooened in any other way than along j Children of the school have formed the present route through the Lien- a quartet and will give a number ef hart property. The amended report selections. 1 lie patrons have organ- VALUES FROM $20.00 TO $40.00. v If, 1 5.00 At collar and cutis. At 19.75 Coats of Sealette Plush, Satin lined, -15 in. Ion Regular S25.00 values. Set-in sleeves, lai vonien. Coats with collars ot fur, Hare back, belt across front, 45 in. and full lengths for misses and Regular S30.00 values. Coats of Saltz Sealette Plush, Kimona sleeves, 45 in. length, Skinner satin lined; medium size collar, can be worn high or low. At 25.0' (C3 7i "" m ,,za",n!r to if ti kit fJ V KALEY CIVIC TO MEET At rZxt within the next L'o years, a com-i was made as the result ef obiectiems i.el a chorus and will sing a number panion picture. The en ire will no tneipv the Lienhrerts te the report ef tiie or songs. l ne lleem quartet will be original reviewers. present. . . t 1 ill 1 A . . 5anie; tiie convict win miu oe mere-, a yount; man; the diminuitive itliot with foolish smile will be- there, too; but outsiile will htand a woman. Her Tlne. Want to hurry? Call Tho Red Advt. The last word Red Line. in efficiency The Advt. Vednesday, December 16th o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o ANNOUNCEMENT Clristmas Sale o o o o o o t o o o o o o o o o o o e o o o r O O O O o o o o o o o o o o o o o of p3 i 1 1 In3 I HI'S H. Berger & Co. of New York, has sent us a large line of Sample Furs Tf1! ft n of Gorgeois Furs dsome Coats r f DRESSES of all eponges, for home wool street, and business or serges nan Matched Sets ace Pi which wc will offer at less than cost of the raw furs. Also in addition to the H. Bergef stock, our own entire stock is offered at a discount of 1 5 cc . r Eg ERTSQN BROS. STORE OPEN EVENINGS TO XMAS. Supper in Tea Room, 5:30 to 7. CO. o o o O o o o O o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o Oi school wear in navy and black. Regular $10.00 values. AT $10.95, Dresses designed for 19 15 with new fall skirls of pleats and circular effects. The new normal waist line Dresses that were made to sell up to $20.00. n v.' ? i I- .J ' J iv ; n.ri ti SILK DRESSES of Crepes, Mcssalines and Poplins, in blue, Mack and jjreen, with trimmings of self-materials. Dresses that sell usually at Sl5.no to S20.00. i i! ii a 0 if 0 i- !! h I r i! i! i AT $19.75, Beautiful evening after noon, and theater Dresses of charmeuse, crepe meteors with fur trimmings. Reg ular values up to 5532.50. Great Sale or Furs Coats, Muffs, Scarfs or Matched Sets, 15 Discount. k alio j-j Vrs 1 m fJ j 17 17 fT3 v V SI 5.00 and S 18.50 values in Coats are included in this great Suit Sale of Serges and Cheviot, made in styles that will be worn next spring 7 FUR COATS Special Sale of Russian Ponv Coats at $29.50. Regular S50.oo value, 40 inch model, Leipsic dved, fur flat and silkv. ii ii i 3C l I I H 1 II.! II t ii i ml u AD-SELL LEAGUE TO SELECT OFFICIALS M retina at OlUcr Ilott'l Tonight Promises to 1U Intrrotinj; Affair. "With the annual election of officers and a program of adilrCFSP on cur rent problems in the business world, the meeting of tho Ad -Sell league at the Oliver hotel Tuesday niht prom- ! ises to be one of th most important of the season. J. 1. Uensn. auer tlsin' manager of the M. Kumely Co. of Luporte. and Frank Stockdale of tho International Harvester Co. of Chicago are the principal speakers. An additional feature will be the ap pearance of John H. Noblle of South T.end In a new string of funny stories. "The Situation in South America" will be the subject of Mr. Icnson's address. The Lraporteman has spent several years in South America and knows well the tremendous possibili ties facing the United States for trade with these countries as the re sult of the European war. Thpe facts he will make the subject of his remarks. Mr. Stoekdala's subject is "Keeping Up With the Rising Costs". In this, he will show how bit? business is worried with the incnasin? cost of living the same as is the average family man of today. He will also tell how li business is facing and conquering this obstacle. MANY BEING CONVERTED Work of Mission Workers Meeting With (Ircat Succos "I went west to seek gold, but I found the real gold here in .outh Bend." testified one man at ihe meet ing conducted by Rev. A. (1. Sehafer at the Mission station, 4;b K. Lasalle u las: nUht. The sentence typifies Lhe work that is being done by the station among th," do wn-an 1-outs of PRESENT ROSARY TONIGHT Xotn Daino IMayei to Appear in I'our Act Production. Xutre Dame Players will app-ar to nicht at S o'clock in Washington liall in "The Rosary." p four-act piay. Th following is the list of men and char acters in the play: Rev. Brian K lb y, John Drury; Rrucr- Wilton, John o'Donnell: Kcn-Aard Wright. J. Ur ban Rilev: Charlie Harrow. Timothy Oalvin; Lee Martin (Skeetero. J. (Movis Smith: Vera Wilton ;.nd Ah-; Marsh, the twin sisters, Ummett t T .r.nilir.Ji Kath.'ib-e!l 'onuor. i-'atll-j FREYERMUTH PROMOTED I o-al Man Will lb in Command of Uir-t Regiment. ;. rge V. I "i ;. rn; M i !i. maj:.r f secor-d b. ! t.i !: .11, Third ir:f,i r.t ry, In diana Xaiiojial miard. b:ts ln tr.ii.--ferred to the third battalion, l'ir-t reifiment. He nov 1...1.N th" ;!; n t to tio- hu-hesi in tl' sT,,t,. arid ho will 501, n be n.tra' d lit iit' r::i: t jmn.ar.i r. Ure ( rra'iih is w- know n in S eth !!!;. a, he has ),--r: a 1 1 t i i " : 1 for 'J 7 t r -ay Ai a i. I "orL'- 1 1 . or Kelly's ni''t'a !) Imar lM:ra:n!son tne city, meson ot a promincni. watkins. 'A'iltivr l'iiifh nneforn iiuniwlrr i tulllKtPr s: firotner. ! ' . - an oT'rrr in t!ii 1 :e is ,a(., i, I b-ab v. A N'ev V.- r ; v Co. i' .. a lat4- ' a. s '.a ra 1 ;.! !;. : Ity 'Vil 'eaI's i A ill S :: b.- pr. : 5I An I z m II Q A iinuL. m ui u. n The great American home rem edy for tne pat 60 years for such ills' as Loss of Appetite. Weak Di- jCoUs; Grippe or Malaria, is IHOSTETTER'S o a iormer cnuren worKer wno nau been inside )f a place of worship for eicht years, and five others who have been looking at the seamy side for years, were reformed at last night's meeting, which was designated by Mr. Sehafer as the most successful yet held. Tonight the young people of the Lowell Heights church will have rhargn of the meeting. Thursday evening tho First M. V. young peo ple will furnish the prorari for the evening. Special music will be fur nished both evenings. OFFICIALS N0T WORRIED Florida U lAp'ted to Kcach Xcw York Port Vtlne-djv. T,.f.,r and after the foC.r acts university orehestra v. ill t urni.-h so leetions. The iidmission to the pla will be free. w h a '. e.l ,'iTai r,t. REV. H. L. DAVIS SPEAKS Ml ion ; CIVIC CLUB WILL ELECT j Important Mee ting W ill !', Ib id at Lauir! S btol Toniubt. aiitlinicr at City Monday X i 1 1 1 . i 1: AddreM' U b ' t i : of , f ; , . . r t the l::ertir:g of the 1 1 1 i 1 j at t:.- .-v'h'oI t".i; ! -a ill bo made by L. M. H Comparing the story of the prodigal j and oih rs. A ei.r.-t; son with the story of tne oung p , a-loi t. at the of today who leave their ho.n s and, p.;trn s has arrat;g. go to live u; on the htn ks, finally re- ! gatr.es in u h; h . il turning again to a useful life. Ri. v. ; .pate in. Henry I... I)a is of th I'irst M. U- ; -ar..- of ). y.-.i ehurch made a stn.r.g itr.prt .-:on ,M' , Ncr:-' : .-: ;,:;., 1 those who heard h'- ) at ti:e City mi- 1 (,f tiie h;o.r.ii. sion l;,jt night. . I -i-uiuia-. a l. a . the (,li ',i,it!:"!. a i in.'faia'U:, , a:a v.ail t. ; La.;r. 1 1 ; i a c ! Ci ':.- i h -'.:! ( hn.idt . r i wiU H . R. i;;ini! 'r ! v'l! pal. i--! t. t s ;. ', rc t I )C spite XUAV YORK. I-V. 1 the l"i. nth line .-rated thev felt no aniet of their steamer i Jtic i-ils of Monday that ;i!m -at t he safety 1 Florida vhieh U f t 'Villi ! j da. a :--r- f,,r . r..:d v. audi, nee atunded tii- m r(n-lsted of an . tit ir:a.-Tic ' vice, a hort talk t.v Sapt. R. and the addr by I " 1 1 i. v 11 P. Ho: tviter i th I .1.. Havre on l-e. 2 . aiai na noi -. n niin-t- r i'r. sytei ia n (Mar-.' -be ir.l of inee. ' hier t. night's s. : :n- p.. ..ret th.- -' ' -The movements of all v.-ls are J f the fir.-t M. K. hnr. h will f 'r:,:! kept eeret as pesible and wh n Ij: . veral s; . ial nvasieal n;.:.".' 'Crs. tiw.r.. rn mad for alarm you s infer that We have mam irom; i,a is- riaani pii' at. w i ! 1 ia t an II .r . . ; ... ii:- ? h: :. I: : i -ir. may :i:: .'I !i :::!: t a ' mtmii 3tvt mirJ T fc. "'" X . y . : , - - ' . 'Stomach Bitters her," said one da not expert WednuJav V uf the oltail's. "We her in this .ort until -t'h. (-iirar rases. Wat rm it'. tain P( t.s. )!o C. r.astia::- ! r : t. : . AU'Jiterl".m theater. Ad