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THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES
i Kin.i, .HiiM l.:, i:i5. 11 RIVER PARK r 3, H PRODUCTS fa n fn! T! 1 k'jj ft TO BE EXHIBITED Manufacturers of. Two Cities Asked to Have Displays at Fair. The manufacturers ami merchants of .South 1:th1 ami Mihiwaka arc bcin' it l by the M. Jom ih "oiin ty Fair ami Amusement association to exhU.it their wares at the Inter tUUa Fair to Ik; h M Jure il. 14 1. A letter to this ;T rt has l.een t :U to all available; addresses anl this "vv ill bo folloACil hy a rail by a reircsentati e of the asso kition wlicrfvcr there is an inclination to rteM(l to the rail. Applications for space have already hen received and arrangements arc heinv; pe-rftrttd tn take rare of exhi l.its in every line. It is expe ted to have one of the niot complete indus trial exhibitions that has ever been .Mioan in this vicinity. Four larc, Waterproof tents -will house the dis jdays. These tt nts will be erected in th" ball park at .jrini;brook. This temporary arrangement is nrevs.iry owing: to the lack of time be-forc the fair and the impossibility of having permanent buildings completed this Final work on the race track, so far as the filling and grading is-concerned, was completed Thursday. The heavy rains of the past week have materially assisted in packing the foundations of the track. Work on the top surface is now going on at a rapid rate and it is announced that the track will bo entirely completed by Spt. 1. A 100-mile motorcycle race will bo one of the features of the ltbor Day celebration to be held at jringlro'oi:. BRITISH SUB -ACTIVE IN SEA OF MARMORA inki Battleship. f.imboat and lanpty Transpoit llloimiii to Turkey. LONDON, Aug. r. The oflicial press bureau issued the following statement: "The secretary to the admiralty an nonpros that the vice admiral In com mand at the Dardanelles reports that a liritish submarine operating in these writers on the morning of the eighth of August sank a Turkish battleship at the entrance to the sea of .Marmora. The Turkish gunboat Herkisatvet and an empty transport also have, been torpedoed in the Dardanelles by a Dritish submarine." In connection with the above it is recalled that in a Turkish official state ment on Aug. 9 it was reported that the Turkish battleship Kahyr-Fd-Din Harbarosa had been torpedoed by an enemy submarine. The Kahyr-Fd Din Harharossa was a former German battleship purchased by Germany in 1 110. THREE DROWN WHEN . SHIP IS TORPEDOED llrltili Steamer Is Sent Down by Sub marine live Other Ships Victim?. LONDON. Aug. in. The Dritifh steamer Fumertield. j'nT tons, has been sunk by ;i submarine, three per sons perishing-. The engineer, the mate and the mate's wife were drowned. Two members of the erew wero Injured. Seven men were res rued and landed today. The Norwegian steamer. Sura, tons, has been sunk by a submarine. Tt is feared her crew of 1 ; men were lost, as their rescue has not been re ported from any source. The Dritish schooner Jacona. 2.969 tons, was sunk by a submarine early today. The captain and nine members o fthc crew were landed a few hours Liter. The trawlers Thrush and Aufry and fishing smack Humphrey were also sunk. IOWA WOMAN THERS How Lydia E. Plnkham's Veg etable Compound Carried Her Safely Through Change of Life. Cedar Rapids, Iowa. "At the Chano of Life the doctor said I would have to give up my work and take my bed for seme time as there was no help for me but to lie still. I took Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound and kept up my work and now I am over the Change and that 13 all I took. It was better for me than all thedoctor'smedicines I tried. Many people have no faith in patent medicines but I know this is pood." Mrs. E. J. KlCKETS, 334 Sth Avenue, West, Cedar Kapids, Iowa. Such warning symptoms as sense of f ufTocation.hot Hashes, headaches, back aches, dread of impending evil, timidity, sounds in the ears, palpitation of the heart, sprrks before the eyes, irregu larities, constipation, variable appetite, weakness and inquietude, and dizziness, are promptly heeded by intelligent wo men who are approaching the period ir. life when woman's great change may bo expected. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound invigorates and strengthens thj female organism and builds up the weak ened nervous system. It has carried many women safely through this crisis. If there arc any complications yoinlon't umlcrstanil v. ritr Llia r. IMnkham Medicine Co. (confi dential) JLoun, 3Iabs. TELLS 1 i:ii Helmick of Ninth st. Wi Friday morning for a week's visit with rel.i- Miss Clcmlora Judson. Mlshawaka av., has returned from several weeks' visnt with relatives at Howe. Uv. A. W. Smith, pastor 'i ne m. I"! 1 hurt-h Virisi untie in KeynM for a visit with his parents. He will aiso attend the camp meeting and IMMe in stitute at Rittle Ground.. .Mrs. mith is visiting at Klkhart and North Lib erty fur a few days. ' n her return - . a t she will ro to Indianapolis 10 frpenu the rrn;iinder tf hr vacation. Mr. and Mrs. C.oldie .Mann. .Misha waka av.. and tiieir h'ue quests, .Mr., and Mrs. .Sosthein and Miss .McKessy, , of ("hicau'o, returnetl Thursday from a isit at Plymouth. Miss (Mara KL-cr f Naponcon, ()., ia a guest of Mi-s ('.race Hunshergcr, Tenth st. Mrs. John Newcomli and daughters. Xclli and Myrol. have cone to Vin cent.es to visit relatives. They will also viMt at i:ansville and points in Illi nois. Mrs. L. I Leed.i and cranddauEh ter. ()rl( tn. of I.es Angeles, Calif., are here visiting Mr.1'. William I?oj,"-,'s. V. II. .traub has returned to Kala mazoo, Mich., after a visit with friends here. Miss Marion I'ohlman and Ucrt Al len, of IUooklinc, Mich., are puests at the home of Mrs. H. Snell, .S. iixth st. Mrs. V. Kinp of (lladwin, M.ich., is visiting Kiver I'ark friends. Harry DeFreece, Chicago, who has lieen visiting here the pa.st week, re turned Friday. The Kiver Park Needle Craft club was entertained Thursday by Mrs. It. F. Hirsch. Twelfth st., at her summer eotta-e, Kaple Point, Osceola. The morning was devoted to outdoor sports. In the rowing i.mtest Mrs. John nurman and Mrs. William Ki nard were awarded prizes, anil in the running' contest Mrs. John Anderson won the favor. Mrs. Hirsch, assisted by her daughter, Miss Veda Kellogg-, served an elegant dinner at noon. Dur ing the afternoon the following pro gram was enjoyed: Paper, "The (lold Mine." Mrs.' Harry Goss; vocal duet,! Mesdame.s Haddix and Fred Haw kins; recitations, Mrs. Ditch and Mrs. Frank Jackson; vocal solo, Mrs. O. J. Fa route. Mrs. Kdward Shank entertained with a family dinner Thursday at her home on Mishawaka av. The table was prettily decorated with garden flowers. Covers were placed for Mrs. Cornelius Morris of Wakarusa, Mrs. Henry Krnsperger of Koselin, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Doolittle, Mr. ami Mrs. Wilber Dudding and Robert Suther land of Mishawaka. Miss Gladys Andrews entertained a number fo South Fend and Iliver Park girl friends and schoolmates at her home, i4" S. Eleventh st., in honor of her birthday anniversary. The afternoon was pleasantly spent with games and music. Favors in the contests were won by Miss Mildred Cordicr, Miss Verne Fuller and Miss Marion Gleaon. At o'clock a birth day luncheon was served. Miss An drews was presented with a number of pretty gifts. The Jtiver Park Independent club was entertained Thursday afternoon by Mrs. Fred Slade. During a short business session arrangements wero completed for the annual picnic to be held Thursday, Aug. li at Pattell park. Mishawaka. If the weather proves unfavorable the affair will be held at the home of Mrs. Schuyler Conrad. Calhoun st. At the close of the business; session the guests were entertained with the following pro gram and contests: Heading", "To bacco," Miss Helen Paul; a number of piano selections, Miss Susie DeLong; recitation, -The Ulind Child." Ruth Roderick. Favors in the ticninp eon test w ere won by Mrs. Uert Hardy and MissSusie Deling, and in the bean contest, Mrs. Urt Hardy and Mrs. William Aidt. A delicious two-course luncheon was served at the close of the afternoon. The next regular meeting will be held in two weeks with Mrs. William Ault. The Ladies' Aid society of the First church of the Hrethren held an all day meeting Thursday at the home of Mrs. J. Blake. Sewing and uuiUing featured the day. A basket luncheon was served at noon. A meeting of the Loyal Comrades was held Thursday at the home of Kd ward P.urke, S. Eighth st. Following the business session a social hour with refreshments was enjoyed. Mr. and Mrs. C. . Neal entertain ed at o'clock dinner complimenting Myles Smith and William Kobbins of Mishawaka. FITCH FUNERAL IS HELD AT BERKLEY Hmly of I 'union. Humorist Taken to Gala, 111.. Burial. Will for Be BKUKLKY. Cab. Aug. 1". Simple funeral services won- held here this afternoon over the body of George Fitch, the widely known Illinois hu morist, who died last Monday. The ceremonies were conducted in the un dertaking parlors where the body was brought from the hospital. The ser vice was read by Rev. George G. Ll dredge. of St. John's Presbyterian church of this ci' Only a few friends attended the services, which were private. The widow. Clara Fitch, and the humorist's sister Lou ise, and a few friends were the only persons-in the chapel. The body was placed in a vault temporarily. It is the present plan of the family to take it to Galva. III., sometime next month when the two women return to their heme. Mr. Fitch came to Berkeley to isit his sister, who is a student at the l"niersity of California. He was stricken with appendicitis a week ago ;r:d was operated n last Sundav. BALKAN SITUATION PUZZLES OBSERVERS LONDON. Aug. 1". Observers of the diplomatic struggles now in pro gress in the Balkans admitted today that they were' completely puzzled. It is irv.ssible. they asserted, to fore east wi.h any degree of certainty the result of the pressure being brought upon Bulgaria to induce her to join the allies, though they are practi cally unanimous in the belief that Servia and Greece will offer the Bul bars most, if not all. of the territory which the Sofia government wants to establish national unity. Germany may offer the Bulcats still more provided the Teutonic al lies are victorious. Dispatches from Berlin say it is confidentially asserted there that Bulgaria will reject the entente allies' proposals. It will be recalled. hoev r. th t c a oihci.il German circles laimed Italy would not enter the war almost up to the Suits i day war was ib.-l.tred at Louie. Foreign Minister Grey H now ex changing important dispatches with the British minister at Sofia- 2( j33 110-112 No. Mich. St. You arc losing time and Money if you dont profit by this sale at once. 66 EACH DAY THIS SAL BECAUSE This Store is rapidly becoming The Rug Store of the City. $13.50 (9x12) Panel Axminster Rugs $13.75 9x12 Foot Seamless Brussels $9.85 Less than 50 tine Brussels Rugs priced less than the usual price of much lighter weights good colors and pat terns big values. 9x12 Foot Velvet Rugs $12.75 Everything is perfect no mismatched or seconds Xill are so radically reduced as to approach dangerously near half price; nearly 5o rugs in splendid colors and patterns. $37.50 Royal Wilton Rugs $31.50 Splendid Wilton Rugs in a great range of new patterns and designs; handsome two-tone effects and clever reproductions of real Orientals; 9x12 size. MASSIVE COMBINATION BOOKCASE at les than some mer chants pay for it Our Clearance Sale price only $14.95 Magnificently carved combination bookcase and writing desk mad: of se lected solid oak and quarter-flawed oak priced to break all value pivinff rec ords. Every Homo Can Now Own This strictly hih grade combination bookcase. have made it possible for you to answer that Ions desired wh for this splendid home furnishinK by quot ing you a price well within your reach. QL it Just Look at the Great Clearance Sale Bargains they will Convince You that Now is the Time to Purchase Your Home-Furnishings 300 Pairs of morning at less must forget the Cluny. hear of plain YOUNG HOUSEKEEPERS and older ones, too, can profit richly by anticipating their needs at sale prices. Look over your home critically. Why not add joy and comfort with some new piece of furniture? sS y iv ty mi SOUTH BEND TRAINING SCHOOL Accredited by state board of education to prepare Kindergarten teachers tor classes A, B and C. offer th..r..u"l prT.ir.ttieii fur nn enipatloti at eiuv int.-n -stint; :u.l in vpirius. wi-Il provi.lln? financial In.'.epeiidon.-o. Tho aha of the S. hol i. lo m-ii.I o,it Joinc women with stPM,- well o. xeloj.e.l !.,..i.w. with ndndH trained to sec relation-h,I,,1. an,,l, ,V"! reaM:ii:.?r. wit. I'.eartn ready to n-i-nd to t!.e cad of all cMMIe.,,.1. MELVILLE BUILDING, S. Lafayette St. l ull '.rrni oprn rpt. Sc Mr. A. O. Ymi Iay Ix-ns f Jh fr I for Men and Women $15f $18 and $20. Easy Faynients. GATELY'S 112 K. Jeffcriion DlttL YOU CAN SAVE ON ANY ARTICLE IN THIS SALE Have Some of These W onderful Bargains Laid Away OF THE REMARKABLE The advertisement the goods the store is guaranteed by Sailors Every word is truthful If your purchase is not satisfac tory we will make it so You take no chance trading at Sailors. Tomorrow we will offer some most extraordinary Bargains in upholstered furniture. A Davenport by Day, a Full Size Comfortable Bed by Night TIii is a ko1 SllO.OO Davenport; v liae (hH-idcd to M'll it for only d iirimr PLAIN HISSiOH STYLE UKIFOLD Uuilt upon a new principal so that it is a regular parlor Davenport by day and a full size, comfortable bed at nisht. Kasily converted. Most any child'can oper ate it Has full set f double tone steel springs in seat and back, securely fast ened." Opens to a full size bed 7 1: x 4 8 inches, with ample space for bed clothes. As a bed von sleep on a regular sprinff equipped for mattress and bedding instead of upholstering, like in the old fashioned Davenport. Odd Curtains put on sale tomorrow than wholesale cost being odd we cost. Choice $1.00 per pair. Marquisette and Braided did you ever values to equal them? Whito or Arabian hem or daintv with lace or braid "There's no secret .about them, don't cause the litest curtain has witnessed in months well. either. If they stir this city we'll miss our uess." Fourth iloor for them, of coirs Fresh, bright and beautiful curtains new as the morn lnu. The prettiest patterns and effects the most unusual values we ever had to sell at S1.O0. We have everything we advertise We On Save You Qne-H&lf on Your Dental Bill. Come in and talc it over with us. Examination Free. No charge for extracting Tvhen ordering new teeth. Painless 12 trading: 50c. White Dental Parlors 111 West Washington Ave. Over Kerr's Book Store 7u!y Attcndait. Orea Txies-. Thurs. and SaL .l?hLs IJell Iionc Main 429. Ttr or rite for Catalog. Itr It Hero. ln ostiatf. fosh eistkornf' - i vrnitursiCy 120 X. JLU.V SE. an H 1 I li rt. EMM OUR SATURDAY SPECIAL 75c Clothes Baskets for Saturday only 29c. These baskets are first quality, 31 inches long: and 19 inches wide. . : Our ireat Clearance S cj) A O E ipZfLoD We offer you here one of the greatest ITnifold Davenport bargains of our lino. 08 i iHiiiiittiiiii i mmm '......HI. . M ' 1 1 'iV S Buy Now Own a Brass Bed. at f he Price of an Iron One Regular $19.35 Value, at this Clearance Sale for $13.95 Tin-: lmnch co.vrixrors post ii:sk; This magnificent 2-inch continuous po.st has had many imitators, but this is the original plain line 2-inch post dsie;n. It has extra strength and un usual heauty and has every appearanc e of hods that svll at almost double. Top rail is inches thick, corner-; are macniMcrntlv and vracef till v lent, end is bis,' In. ihe iillins rods are 1-2 inch thick. 61 inches high and foot end is 2D and sell at advertised prices. y'f hr n-rn in outli worii as jr .'O'i at .ur i rl CIIUI MiOW"N C3 rC ni:ii)(;K V UNION DENTAL CO. TuiV;';,'; Tno Wliltc IItni.? or SGG to S10 bo. Midi. iU Opposite Wyman's. This is the ideal time to furnish that entire home. Don't wait come tomorrow. VALUES t it me. r K. EXTRA SPECIAL TndiKTiiH'iits ofTcrtMl tomorrow in our Kitch en Cabinet Dep't. Here's an example of tho camiict-bar'iaiii: s;;o Solid Oak White KnamebMl Cabinet for.... . . $19.85 Till: ( ONSTIU (TION This Sailors Kilch en Cabinet i niadc of t horouulily Maoned s !Mte' oak, in the popular dull li.sht Kolden linish. It has a sliding extension top. covered with heavy shoot niotal. inakinp it easy to clean, durable ami .anitary. Tlie frame of the top is made with a .special grooved and rein foreed braced constru t'tion. which jtrevents warping (f the wood and buckling or erimp int? of tho metal covering. The top is always smooth and level. The cabinet is 72 inches hih. 42 inches wide and .7, inches deep when top is closed. The extension top slides for ward, increasing the Working surface to CSx4 2 inches. The inside of the china cabinet and space beloM it have white enameled lining with a smooth glazed surface, clean, liriht and sanitary. SH.yno Cabiiu ts. sile jrie' S I l.7."i S20.00 Cabinet., sale price SIO.7.' St t.oo Cabinet-. -aIe )r iee S 7.!." 'hink of Solid Oak iiocker like cut. u j : bol stered in (Jenuine Toatlter, n has full spring stat. nicely linished wood work. value. Our Clearance Sale price. SG.75 Head inches i.:ik fcsagfesn- r-.T i i This 1:1 I i : i I PI I . 1 VIA i m. - T A I 'li. --f I ir!l 111 , -"A I I i I if wmm 0 LUAJIU&S LIBERAL CREDIT EXTENDED on sale prices to all who desire it. 1Q Discount allowed from sale prices if cash is paid with order. ITS IN THE SUCTION Fenl 13 jeir 1 :.'t !'.iy as y. ci n i-. t .: ii u re ;::: t.i we ira:;te our Hum: i i! iwnn cp r r i n i ir - . i.oon .i:r TiiLTii0 ri.i;MM. (C3 HERMAN'S J i;iiv-TX).Min ix)n ..y voii: SuiU U. 315.C0 to 3200, R ry lor.