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ni.ii.M.Mi.ti i;vi:m.o, xovroinnn 25. 1911
TOE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES
FUEL HEAD MEETS
POLLY AND HER PALS
Copyright if IT. International Nw
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Committee Appointed to Draw
Up Price Agreement
Sell for Cash Only.
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inSHKN. Nov. jvMelvm 1'.
Imarest f Elkhart, Elkhart eoun
ty fuel admin;.-tr; t,r. was here for
a conference with Coshen retail
coal dealer-. The meeting was held
at thf City .National hank and all i
of the dealers in t hi city were in !
att ndune. After th,; fuel .situation i
was discussed in d:.ul. the follow-'
ing committee was aj pointed to go
to Klkhart and, art i rue for th- deal
er here, sign a price agreement
with the administrator:
II. A. Hawks if the Hawks Coal
Martin II. Kinney of the I ',,j,ls
Eollin Kelly of th Morrice SL
Kelly Coal company.
Some of the rules adopted are;
To deliver ir. lots of not to ex
ceed one ton at a time to each cus
tomer. To sell for cash only.
Not to screen any coal.
Pearl H. Clow of Illkhart. Flor
ence Messer of Klkhart.
William It. Williams and Kthtl
May Merchant, both of Laporte.
John I. Miller, Iai?raru:e and
Clara D. Miller, Middle!. ury.
Kdrrar Stahlcy, 21, re.idir.ff with
his father, Jessf Staldey, two miles
west of Waterford, was l.adly hurt
while hauling locrs. Through the
slipping of a chain thr top lo: was
p'rtnitted tf roll in such a way that
it caught and broke both bones of
his left It','.
Twin hoys were horn to Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Lower, i c-idint; east of
Mr. and Mrs. Charles C.rahill are
Parent of a daughter.
J. G. SMITH Di:l.
John CI. .mith, so, father of Mrs.
J. W. Keplosle of ;hi.s city, died at
his home, six miles northw.-st of
Elkhart, after a long Illness of
heart ailment and complications.
Mr. Smith was born in Harris town
ship, not far from whe,e he died,
Jan. 2?,, It is said he was the
second white child born in that lo
cality. Suriimr are his wife, tw daugh
ters, two sop-;, two sisters and four
TRY TO AROUSE SWEDEN
AND SWISS AGAINST IJ. S.
WASHINGTON, Nov. 2. Infor
mation revealing the extent of mis
representation employed by (ier
many in an effort to inflame pulT.ie
Opinion against the United States
If neutral a well a,s hostile coun
tries is reaching Washington. The
propagandists have been especially
active in Switzerland and Sweden,
and important newspapers in each
country have been sued for the
spread of anti-American doctrine.
Mm of the principal reports re
lied upon to stir up feeling in Swit
zerland is that an American army
wil! pa.-s through that country in
fh. vT.rirn' of I'HS Thi rnorf b .1
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newspaper and has been circulated
generally through the countr.
I ttlicr niisrt'tres'ntatioti includes
rooits of mistreatment of s w i s !
ubjtts in the l.'nited States atulj
tntagonisn iu this oimitry against
An entirely different plan appat'-i
Klitly is used jr. Sweden. There
German agents give the widest pos
sible publicity to lettt rs purporting '
to have, beer: written by persons in
the United States These n-pre-!
-tut the Amerb ari people as jn.lif - I
ferent to the. war with the goern-
merit st rnl sappi siiu' "uneom-I-limentary
lie a s;a ;rs and pea'e
-OSTER ESTATE IS
VALUED AT S400.000
WASHINGTON. Nov. :i.-Thf
estate Of the late Joh:i W. Foster,
former secretary of sate and noted
liplomati.-t wlio was father-in-law
f Soo'y laiiT-ing. i valued at $L'0,-i-i'i
in a petition tiled Tuesday for
the probate of Iiis will. The state
.s held in trust lor the widow dtir
ng her life and afterward is to be
J i v ivl'tt equally te 'tween the two
NOTIC i: OP RLVNKin Til KIT!
If party who t"U green auto
danket Saturday i;h.t will retu.n
ame to tfiis ?!;-.- within 4S hours.
O (lUvStions Will b- aked
iros" ution will follow as party s
tnown. 1 A1 t.
TIiq Nqw Fall
oofe Qfirjs? 3fr5&
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Additional List of Indiana
Men Who Won Commissions
Mc'orkie, John It., 2nd Lieut.,
MrClure, Horace It.. 2nd Lieut.,
McClure. Win. L.. 1st Lieut., In
dianapolis. McCail. Itoss L., 2nd Lieut., I-i-gra
McCain, Harry, 1st Lieut.. In
dianapolis. McCabe. Charles F., 2nd Lieut.,
Lata) et te.
Mahan, Harry II. . 1st Lieut., In
dianapolis. McKoo, Forest L, 2nd Lieut.,
McNutt, Paul V., Cap:., Martins
ville. McNabb, Havid W., lt Lieut., In
McMurphy, Kussel V., 1st Lieut.,
Mc.Murray. Raymond i., 1st
McLiiiishlin. Claude 2nd
McKinley. Floyd C, 1st Lieut.,
McKinney, Charles F., Maj., Cul
ver. McKey, Claude D.. 1st Lieut..
Malott. Voulney T., 1st Lieut..
Malloy, . Charit, 2nd Lieut., Fort
Mrrtimiale. Claude, 2nd Lieut.,
Martin. Harold C, 2nd Lieut.,
Martin. Robert L.. 2nd Lieut..
Marks, Samuel M.. 2nd Lieut., In
dianapolis. Mattix, Jaeol. H., Caj.t., Lafay
ette. Matthews. Vinton II., 1st T-ieut.,
Mauzy, Harold C... 2nd Lieut.,
May, James S.. 1st Lieut.. Ander
son. Moehen. Hans L., 2nl Lieut., At
lanta. Meniiiold. Hugh I).. 1st Lieut.,
Meredith, Paul ., 2irl Lieut.,
Meurer. Ali-ert F.. 1st Lieut., In-
Michael. Harry K., 2nd Lieut.,
( 'ra wfordsville.
Miller. James A., 2nd Lieut.. In
( 1 napoll?-
Miller. Krwin 11.. 1st Lieut.. Torre
Miller. I.ouis I.. 1st Lieut.. Fort
Minton. Sherman. Capt.. New Al
Mitcnell. win. 1., Capt.. Caroth-
Montgomery, i ranu im i.irut..
. . . . i 1 1 i.n4
j Morenus. Richard C.. 1st Lieut.,
I .a porte.
Morris-. James S. 1st Lieut.. In
dia r.a polis-.
Morn. Thomas P.. 2nd Lieut.
Mai k ille.
Morris. Harold P., 2nd Lieut..
I :o. k port.
Moss. Karl V., 1st Lieut.. An
gola. Mose-, Frank 1. Capt.. Indian-
Motley, Lang'norn W.. 1st Lieut.,
Myers. Walter R.. 1st Lieut.,
Myers. Itoscoe T.. 2nd Lieut.,
Myers. Joseph A . 1st Lieut..
Myers. Tyler W., 2nd Lieut.. In
Muchniore. Carda K., Capt-. In
dianapolis Mulvey. Schuyler 1C. 2nd L.ieut..
Murra. IMoyd R.. 1st Lieut..
Munhie. Wm. 1'.. (Vipt.. Bed
ford. Murphy. Kllsuorth C. 1?: Lieut.
Nebeker. Mark K.. 1st Lieut..
Mutlin. Carl IV. 1st Lieut.. Salem.
N.cholas, Royal A., 2nd Lieut..
I r.d ia r.ap d is.
Niece. Norman L., 2nd Lieut..
Nolan. Stephen C, 1st Lieut., An
Nucen!, John A.. 2nd Lieut.. Au-
Nyes-wander. Victor H., l-t Lieut.
Jonesville. O'Neall. Kdgar H., 1st Lieut..
Ooley. nlie K.. 2nd Lieut..
Osborn. Alexander W., 2nd Lieut.,
Palmer, Harrj' B.. 1st Lieut.. In-dianayolis.
Featura Service, Inc. Great Britain
Parker, John P.. 2nd Lieut.. In
dianapolis. Patterson, A lie;: K, 1st Lieut..
Patterson. Kobe i t G
Patterson. Lewis A
Payne, Phillip A,
Payton, Roltt S.,
Peacock, Wm. A., 2nd Lieut.. In
i .. . . t.m: ix- to, I : T-l
lau-o,,. a,. ,.uk., x...
Person. Wm. X., jr.. 1st Lieut.,
Piper. Charles M., 1st Lieut., In
dianapolis. 'Pitcher, Fred, 1st Lieut., Indian
apolis. Pittman. Frank K.. 1st Lieut.,
Polkinhorn. Wm. O., 2nd Lieut.,
Porter. Ward Ti., 2nd Lieut., In
dianapolis. Potter. Herman II., 1st Lieut.,
Pritchard, Charles, 1st Lieut.,
Prievett. Krnest K., 2nd Lieut.,
Pyke. Jesse K., ls Lieut., New
Quinn, Kdward, 1st Lieut., Terre
Ravenscroft. Chas. F., 1st Lieut.,
Reagan. Aloysius IL, 1st Lieut.,
Reagan, Walter F.. 2nd Lieut.,
Record. Claude M.. 2nd Lieut.,
Rees. Benjamin C, 2nd Lieut.,
Reiff. Marion O.. 1st Lieut., Rluff
ton. Reis, Alvin C., 1st Lieut., Kvans
vill. Rentschler. Wm. A., 2nd Lieut..
Reynolds, John W., 2nd Lieut.,
Roberts. Kstill G.. ls Lieut.. Jef
fe rson ville.
Roberts. Floyl X., 2nd Lieut.,
Robertson. Frederick. 2nd Lieut.,
Rohm, Arthur, 1st Lieut.. Rock
ville. Rossa, "mar K., 2nd Lieut.. Win
chester. Royse. Walter V., 2nd Lieut..
Royse. Samuel I., Capt.. Terre
Riley. Paul G., 1st Lieut.. 1 Jos
well. Rinn. Herbert J., sr., 2nd Lieut.,
Renier. ;eorge G.. 2nd Lieut.. In
dianapolis. Ristine. Prank II., 1st Taeut..
Ruh. Donald O.. 1st Liout.. Ro
chester. Rtirnpf. Arthur 11., 2nd Lieut..
Rupert. Lewis I, 1st Lieut., Fort
sale. Frederick K., 2nd Lieut..
Sanford. froren A.. 1st IJeut.,
Saners. Charles G., i'apt.. La
gayette. Scanlon. James K., 1st Lieut..
Schlemer. Ferdinand. 1st Lieut.,
Craw fordsvi lie.
Schloot. Henry G.. 2nd Lieut..
Schoonover, Rex II.. 2nd Lietit.,
Schottler. Edward. Capt., Ham
mond. Schmalzried. Herman. 2nd Lieut..
Scott. Knos P.. 2nd Lieut., Galves
ton. Scott. Stanley IL, 2nd Lieut.. In
dianapolis. Severson. Harry IL, 2nd Lieut.,
Severein. Shirley. 1st Lieut.,
Shafer. Garland, 2nd Lieut.. Alex
andria. Shenk. vlecrge B., 1st Lieut., Ko-
Sheridan, Phillip P.. 2nd Lieut..
Sherk. Wendell. Lst Lieut.. In
dianapolis. Shick. Marvey lt., 1st Iaeut., Im
porte. Shields. Kwing. jr., 2nd L.'eut.. In
dianapolls. Shaffer. Geo. A.. 1st LieuL. Elk
hart Sitbold Clark U. 2nd Lie
right reserved. Registered in U. .
I h'impson, Geo. II., 2nd Lieut.,
Simpson, Isaac X., 2nd Lieut., In
Simpson, John M:, 1st Lieut.,
Simpson. Ralph K., 2nd Lieut.,
Sim. Austin O., vd Iieut., In
diunapolis. Flonake". Myron C, 1st Lieut..
Fa rpi'.a nd.
Smith, l'.yron, ist Lieut.. Valpa
raiso. Smith. 'y .o- V. pt Lieut., Mit
chell. SioiiJ:. Jos. ".di P., Is: Lieut., In
diaiiip'di?. Smith. Leonard F , 2ml Lieut.,
Smith. Walter P.. 2nd Lieut., In
dianapolis. Smith, Wm. D.. -1st Lieut.. La-
smock. Ralph K., 2nd Lieut..
Su.ock, William C, 2nd Lieut.,
Snouffer, Ira M.. 1st Lieut.. Fort
Speck, Roy 11.. 2nd Lieut., Kvans
ville. Spiegel. Ceo. C, 2nd Lieut., In
dianapolis. Spitler. Woodhull I., 2nd Lieut..
Squires. Oliver- P. M., 1st Lieut.,
Starhuck. Sarniel T., 1st Lieut.
Starr, J. Ward, 2nd Lieut., An
derson. St. (Mair, Waiter G., 2nd Lieut.,
Steeg, Krnest R., 2nd Lieut.. Terre
Sterner. Howard S.. 1st Lieut.,
Stewart, Emerern K., 2nd Lieut.,
Sterner, Wilhur IJ., 2:d Lieut.,
Strieder, Otto S., 1st Lieut., Fort
Stump, Albert, Capt.. Cromwell.
Sutton. Robert W.. 2nd Lieut.,
Swaim, John K.. 1st Lieut., Illuff
ton. Swaim. Xathan, 2nd Lieut., Zions-
Swan. Charles G., 2nd Lieut,. In
dianapolis. Talbot. Arnold McN.. Capt., In
dianapolis. Taylor. Harry K.. 1st Lieut.. In
dianapolis. Thorp. Robert W.. 2nd Lieut..
Thompson. James L.. 1st Lieut..
Thornburg. Huuh S., 1st Lieut..
Tindali. Cortez L.. 2nl Lieut.. Xew
Trainman. Ralph S.. 2nd Lieut.,
Trcanor. Walter K., 2nd Lieut.,
Tripp. Donald IL. 1st Lieut.. Xorth
Triiehlood. Wance IL, 2nd Lievit.,
Tuhey. Karl. 2nd Lieut.. Daleville.
Tuttle. Melville W.. 2nd Lieut.,
Unger. Wood. 1st Lieut.. Frank
fort. Van Mover. John F.. 1st Lieut..
Volz, Anthony 0., 2nd Lieut.. In
dianapolis. Wade. Kniest E., 1st Lieut.. Borden.-
Wakefield. Walter J., 1st Lieut..
Walters. Jess N, 1st Lieut., Car
lisle. Warber. Frederick P.. 1st Lieut.,
Welshofer. Howard L., 2nd Lieut.,
Whelan. William F., 1st Lieut.,
Wharton. Paul L., 2nd Lieut.. In
dianapolis. Whitcomb. Herbert I.. 2nd Lieut..
Whitehead. Cecil F.. 1st Lieu.
Whitsitt. Vincent P.. 1st Lieut..
Whyte, Ray, 1st Lieut., Danville.
Wicks. Ralph W., 1st Lieut. An
derson. Wiley. Rarton L.. 1st Lieut., Penn
ville. Wiley, Chas. T., 2nd Lieut.. Rich
mond. Wiley, Harrison S., 1st Lieut.. St.
Wilkey, Roscoe s., 1st Lieut.. Cov
ington. Williams. Chester A.. 2nd Lieut..
Wilson. Wilbur N.. 2nd Lieut.. In
dianapolis. Winters. Matthew. 1st Lieut.,
Wise. Dale O., Tapt., Klkhart.
Wolff. Herman C. 1st LieuL, In
dianapolis. Wood. Jesse A.. 1st Lieut., Bed
ford. YaxxfclL Andrew J- Lu LieuL,
r f ' f . "
K t i - w v.w.-
Yount, Courtland M., 2nd Lieut.,
N. D. DOES NOT PLAY
FRESHMEN ON VARSITY
Xotre Harne students were indig
nant at the publication in Tuesday
morning's Chicago papers of an in
sinuation on the part of Marquette
conege autnoriues mat tne i niver-
Pity of Xotre Darne is not strictly
following all conference rules
ehgihility. The specific charge was
thrt the local .school has and dtes
use freshmen on her varsity teams.
This is directly opposed to the five
year long policy closely adhered to
at Notre Dame.
The. story prohahly origin ited
over the playing of Dudley Pearson
It the Washington and Jefferson
game at Washington. Pa., last Sat
urday. Pearson attended Marquette
last ear, and authorities there are
probaldy working under the delu
sion that he has hut freshman
standing here this year The facts
of the case are, however, that
Pearson attended a full scholastic
year at Notre Dame, commencing
FEARS TWIN BILLS IF
SCHEDULE IS CUT DOWN
CHICAGO, Nov. 2S Numerous
double-headers will result from any
attempt to compress a schedule of
15 4 games into live and one-half
months in the opinion of R. B.
Johnston, president of the Ameri
can league, Tuesday.
He said that he favored reducing
the American league schedule to
140 games, but if the National
league decides to retain the 154-
game schedule that it would he nec- t
essary for the American to play a
like number in order to avoid con
"Playing two gomes for one ad
mission cheapens the sport." said
Mr. Johnson, "and creates in the
minds of the fans the belief that
they are not getting their money's
worth out of a single game of nln
innings. Double-headers have done
more to injure professional ball than
any other one thing.
"Some of the minor leagues have
played the double-header card to
the limit and owe much of their
financial trouble to that fact."
NOTED GRIDIRON MEN AT
CHICAGO, Nov. 2S. Three prom
inent coaches of western conference
universities and a former all-America
n quarterback an. to be among
the officials at the football game
Thanksgiving day at Stagg field, be
tween elevens from the. Fort Sheri
dan officers' training camp and the
Great Lakes naval training station.
John Richards of Wisconsin will
referee the game. Fielding H. Yost
of Michigan, will act ios umpire,
Fred Murphy of Northwestern, will
be headlinesman and Walter- IL
Eckersall. quarterback on the Uni
versity of Chicago team in lief:.,
to be the field judue.
Some of the most noted .stars of i
football will be in the lineup,
HAPPY GO LUCKY BOYS
QUINTET WINS 21-5
The Happy-Go-Lucky boys, a bas
ketball team composed of lS-year-old
members of the locad Y. M. C.
A., defeated the St. Patrick Hall
Stars at the Laurel school gymna
sium by a score of 21 to five Tues
day night. Frank Anderson of the
Y. M. C. A. refereed. Smith, Ed
uards and Robacher of the Y. M.
aggregation starred with three bas
kets each. Dome, Johnson and
Brewer of the St. Patrick team fea
tured. Brewer threw two baskets.
The St. Patrick boys wish to meet
riy team in the city averaging 12."
pounds. Games may be scheduled
by calling Homer on Pell phone,
2S36, after 6 p. m.
TURKEYS ARE HIGHER
THIS YEAR THAN LAST
WASHINGTON. Nov. 28. The
nation's Thanksgiving turkey this !
vear win cost more man u aia u
. .. .
vear aero. Reports to the depart-r oinr.
ment of agriculture made public nauseating symptom .
Tuesday, show tba poultry growers victims to constantly hawk and . 4u
wete receiving an average of 1.4 , in an effort to prevent the air pa--cents
per pound more for turkeys ' sages and throat from becoming
and 3.1 cents more for chicken on
Nov. 15 than they received on the
same date last vear.
Turkey prices averaged 21 cents.;
2.4 cents higher than the Xov. Z ,
average for the past four years, and
oViJ-L nc 'ivcrippil 17 cents, nn at!
vance of r,.S cents over .he four-
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1 C. C Vr'H
U. S. Aviator is
Killed in Greece;
Thrown by Horse
PARIS, Nov. 2. Advices have
been received here from Saloniki to
the effect that Sergt. Paul pavelka
f,of'the French living squadron was
killed recently hy being thrown from
a horse near Monastir. He was
hurled at Saloniki.
Pavelka was the first American
lighter killed on the Macedonian
front. His home was Madison.
Conn,, and he enlisted in the for-
eign legion at the outbreak of the '
war, but was transferred to the j
aviation branch in November, K'1S.
He served with the Lafayette squad- j
ron before erdun and m the Somme
battle and later volunteered for ser
vice at Saloniki, where he was dec
orated with the war cross for his
bombing and lighting exploits.
Served In Foreign legion
Pavelka. prior to enlisting in the
months in the trenches with the for-
eign legion. He established a rec
ord in his preparatory training at a
military flying school in France of
placing 12 bullets out of 12 shots
in the head of a moving silhouette.
representing the body of a man at
a distance of 100 yards. Refore
the outbreak of the war Pavelka
was a member of the crew of the .
United States battleship Maryland.
Before joining the fliers he had tak
en part in three battles, in one of
which, before, Arras in June, 1915,
Your Vitality Must Be Kept Unimpaired if
You Expect to Resist the Dangers
That Are Lurking Everywhere
S. S. S. Will
Right now you are on the thres
hold of the most dangerous sea-son
of the year, when your system is
called upon to undergo the severest
test in resi.-sting disease that is run
For now is the time when every
breath of air you inhale is laden
with millions upon millions of tiny
disease germs that are fighting to
find lodgment in your system and
set up their campaign of destruc
tion. On every hand you see evidences
. . ,-f.,i nd
irvitnrrh. with its Lsta.eiai ana
i stopped up entirely.
And it hs a common thin? to see
the unfortunate victim of the bron-
wheezlnr and coughing
r..t-,-t -.-ht for the
and almost a constant t:nt tor me
rUht to live. Those afflicted with
, oolds and grippe are everywhere.
iosi u-:jtei -.a --
of nneumcr.ia. that deadiv cse se
that carrie -j off its victim with start -
he was wounded by a bayonet!
Pavelka received hio lirst honor,1
the war cross and a citation in
1'rinli army orders, for brilliant
work done before Verdun. In A'a-
!gust of the present year Gen. Sar-
rail. commander-in-chief of the
French armies in Macedonia, cited
Pavelka In orders and decorated
him with the war cross palms.
PlCPr OCT QPRAD IDHM
rlLOL Ur oOnrtr InUiM
WRECKS TRAIN; 2 KILLED
WKLKKTKA. Okla., Nov. 2S.
The playful throwing of a piece of
scrap iron to which a rope had been
attached by three small boys on the
tracks of the St. Louis and San
Francisco railroad near here caused
the wreck Sunday morning of the
faKt train known as the Meteor and
the death of two members of the
train crew, according to a confession
niado by the boys to their parents
Tuesday. When the iron became
wedged in a joint the children
abandoned it. No action has Keen
taken by the authorities who have
been working on the theory the
wreck was caused by enemy aliens
or I. W. W. agitators.
FOUR FRONTIERS OF
CKXKVA. Xov. 2S. The Austrian
and German frontiers were closed
.;"" J"""? T K
Italian frontiers already had been
closed for nn indefinite period. Thus
Switzerland's four frontiers now are
sealed for the first time since the
outbreak of the war.
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Fortify Your System Against the
Of course everyone is familiar
with the suffering which the rheu
matic has to endure as winter
comes on, and the intensity and
resT'Jlarity of his Fain. The li-
ease seems to take on added se-, er-
ity at thus season, and the litt?
pain demon runs rampant in the:rjthe standard old blood purifier and
Why is it that -o nany peop
fall victims to these dise-ases. while
others escape unharmed? Isn't it
true that everyone is equally ex
posed to attack?
This is a very natural question,
and the answer is easily arrived at
by a little logical reasoning.
It is o.uite true that practically
everyone i.s equally exposed to the
dangers of disease. You are just as
liable to be attacked as the mar. or
woman sitting next to you on the
street car. It all depends upon the
k condition of your Mood supply.
If your blood is thin and im-
poverished and has Leen allowed to
reach a low state by the ao:urr.ula-
-, -, imiir- tis ra'. f r.öt
I sufficient vitality to resist these,
Ucrm attach and thev ::r.d a ferule
Notre Dame News
The Xew England club haa com
pleted its arrangements for the ürst
Thanksgiving dinner wLich will b
given for the members Thursday
evening at the Farmers' Trust Inn
on Main st. Tho speakers of th
evening will h tho Rev. John Mc
Ginn, C. C, dean of th sociol
ogy department and Milca W.
O'Brien of the South Bend Lathe
Works company. Both speakers
formeily lived in Nov? England. The
committee in charge of the ar
rangements include: Walter
O'Kcefe, Bernard Murphy and Vin
The Very Rev. John Cavanaugh,
C. S. C, president, announced the
following program of motion pic
tures to Ik shown in Washington
hall: Xov. 2S. "Wolf Lowry" with
William S. Hart: Dec. l, "Matri
moniac," Douglass Fairbanks; Dec.
S, "The Old Homestead." with an
all-star cast; Dec. 12, "The Pinch
Hitter," with Charles Ray; Dec. IT.
"Seventeen." with lionise Huff and
Jack Pickford; Dec. ll "American
Aristocracy," with Douglas Fair
banks. The lecture and concert po-ram
includes: Dec. 1, Dr. Edgar J.
Banks, the noted American nrrhe
ologist; Jan. 12, Edwin Whitney,
reading; Feb. 2, John Kendrick
Banks, reading; Mar. K, Rostonia
sextette, concert; Mar. 2, Strick
land Gilldan, lecture; Mar. 27. Sed
eler's sextette, concert; April 10.
Sidney Sunith, the famous cartoon
ist. Severest Weather,
tield in your eyetem to epreadl
Your neighbor -will easily rerfrr:
the. identical attack bf-cau he b.
lieves in prfcaution, a.ni keej hig
blood strorur ant vigorous and aJ-
oll'felv free frr.r-i rJI irr mir it h-. a .
i , hl Ui (lf .. f,.w ,r0t,ifrJ, 0f t Ä
tonic. He knows that the source ci
.til dis-.i,se is in the blood, and he 1
vise enough to keep hi.s tlood pure
at this critival sea-von 'Ahen disease
t-'erni.s ar- lurking eerywhere.
You can enjoy the sume iinjnunitv
as thousands have been doin? for
years. Simply go to your drug store
and ask for a bottle of s. S. iv. ajid
take it aC3rording to directions. Yoi
will notice an immediate tonic ef
fect, fur it will improve your vital
ity, and a fer bottles will make you
strong and vigorous, and you will
enjoy the buoyancy cf perfect
And with your -stem kept in
perfect condition, you will be Fafe
from the dangers now so prevalent.
Those who are afflicted with ou
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