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li;m.Y l.vi;."M.ti, .M'Kin itu THE SOUTH BEND NfcV5-TlIl Eb The Rectors V acaiion liy Ma!! I. li'Mir'iuiti. The Lev Iii.!- it N ! ' - ri sit p. hi . , da a -.'lit- -r could think of a poor f.ic- th.it M. '.'.. th n ;i r r.i .v.i r ' , y with a look ri Li-- high br. ; " an try ' v r-;, man, arid j . rmitt.-d ' follow r-J r-of orii; walks, isit. ; -I ! . .fielt t.. .. '.n,4 .wT.-., i t Iii i i i "ii i i t. . j" v .inj i ! t r i r j,r - n. or the etry j a . , ' 1 H v l - !i.tt r i J s. Th-v had so mar.', in ! t r fs In common, ami th" young; re l.l :it . t - i : , . .:, . i . . .v. l - i 'ri'r rii. ;.'! iii- mii:i;iii sue; oubl b- to hirii in his chosen wirk. ' Aral t n mi row she was w-r-:- of the sip.-r-haircd ' ,.,.,.. T v, iv! ... .v,,.;, I The v. a-t ry ! . n w r ed th y I. i'l come on a trai. : . is - i " n . . f t h . toKtth-r. Whib- the boat drift-! in h: mi:. -J with a pi-ture from pa -t (1,,wn tho str,ami h,. hifJ heart; I at hr f'-.-. To his dying d.av ho! 1 hoj.o y.'i ur-d'-r.-t.ti.'i why woin,.w r j.lW th- .- ttin .-in without s I-ro;.oMtion. .Mr. .' Nor:, j r,.,:,,.mi,. riim' how it ho!1(. n h r V.r.; h .iv M-r '! th- ' h'i'. h -r- , f.,,... ;is .,,. auswäre, I him. j wr' ;i J't:'!'- riM'' u" , -rt,i-'i!-! "Mr. N. hon, had I ,r. am-i that ;Od'r-'-;at. th- f.. t that y.'l l.-w, woa!d tak" MJh a U as this.' hr..--J. f-.r th- .-ai- .f rh" p-,.,r . r h.vr r.r-r mift..,! i-vat,., i -f th- town to tar:.- J i a-jt s,, f.ir. ! aIn t) i,i,iril,. f(jr thN- ": t' r mina tion of yo'ir friendship, ' wli!( h iri m-ant more to me than t I ean t!l von. There js no othr oj would ha'..- M.et.t thu, to pr"-!;i.:in living w horn I re, p., t Iu,.re nor id- o-:ti!-M f.,r p..or toothers. Th.eii. . ff, u h,,ril j vvoulrl s,,n,.r trUst r;iy 'A r'"? u t!i- i'l'-' '"''ife. j:,t I am not fr e.' ' j ' ' '- .v- :r sworn friend, and who m . -Then ou love some ne f-lvo jn- ' J"' f,'r y"ir !ir- h'!T'- isteadV I hae leon foolish enough! 'I Imp. I can make myself plain. ;to suppov you ufre hart free, and' :' J'-" t i" "-t arre;ty tiling I h;iv mi'ht. in timo r-r., in .,1 1 . - - " " - , - ' ' ' w ' u X 1 V i to s. i . I'.-it for th- last two months ) me." or mwie ..u low r ot Leen looking "iteix. When my father died, he we'd. ;!t,d-ou 11 pardon rne k.ft sonK. monev erouKh. had we there s...-. p; he a difference in , lived within our means. Hut mother ;.our s- rmons. Th. v 1 k rouraKe , has ,,,.,.n vory ambitiotKS for mo and so m to roiue from a heart thatjsho s.-nt me to expensive school is verh.ird.-r.ed. I f you a re in trou - ; ;, r,,j ,.t lirf. s,nns ( m,tn,.y to f,f ;,')-V ,-lr"1- h-" 11 ; jestahl;,h me i sn,etV. .he i;; hope- I pri de-- to help o,j, if v.,. , au. I J P sly in d.M. We are sp.u.dirik' the hope v,u donr.t . ..jai ler i.s c.tüc i-j sstMnni.-r in this little town he ;iuse I i. 'is. Mr. Nelson." yht. (iar,.,j Ti,,t l.orrow the mon-v to! "Or. th- er.ntrar y. Mr. Inon, I ! X) to some fahionahle resort, as' she am d.-. ply grateful f..r y-ur sy m pa - ),., s aiwavs ,Jon,. not ,fM)k at m, I thy. hut I ha;e no trouhh- that any-jik,. that. Mr. Nelson. I did not "v" f ;,n "-IP- j know th- truth of these trunks "Then we i-hall have to .onelude'til a f. w ?-n ..o.,. that yroi ate worn out and sadly inj . n. as j Can romrin!(.r sho .e.d of s,, we have eome to; has had a friend. an enormouslv ;.oj wath the propo.,1 that you take j Wealthy h.uhelor. old enough to he ha-.,- of ah.etu.- Pr three mouth. 'my fath..r. It has Ion heena Th.v hardly th- tin.- of y.ar toj.tandin joke that I am to marry propn... M,.-h a thinir. hut th.- rasojhJm. I never imagined until this .-em. to d-mand it. V.- wall takWf.f.k tl)at v,, Inrant ,t .,.oriou.lv. -are of matters in th- parish until i II.. nnd his sisf-r are to visit us next ou ome r.acK. ... .-om.-wnere we.-k. a od th.t i. ..... w in un- take an o.ean voy.u:- if you wih; hut. at hast, com.- hack with that drained look ;:one and that tired note out of your voire. We love you too mm h not to want to help you." Th- dd warden laid his hand on th- ountrT man's shoulder. Iiis r.;r hroko and the rector's eyes tilled with tears. Finally the minis ter hroke the sip-nrr. "I deeply ap preciate your offer, and while do not fe-l that I tired a vacation your fri- nd hip m.ans too much to me to disregard jour advice und such an liC-el:'; -)l rC'lUCst. I hope to he ahle to .v.-t- you Letter when f return. ! do not l;r;ow where I :,hall ro, hut wall inform you as soon as can de-rid'-. I shall prohahly start in the morninir." When he was alone, he - it down and looked airain into the Haines. Th re hf saw what he had home in his heart for the past three months -a uirl's fa.-e. No womler his sr-r-raon hoi suffered! lie -wondered that with his days and nights of tor ture he h id heell ahl- to attend to we t hark to the city, she told me thru unless I accepted him wo are financially ruined, and we shall have to earn our hread. .o I shall he compelled to marry him, for her sake." 'Wait," interrupted the man in a strange voire. "do jam love this man ?" "I"'vp him? I detest him! Oh I know what you are KOing to say, that I am selling myself to him. JPit there seems to he no other way. You see." with a pitiful attempt at a Miiile, "how useless, it is. Mother J will never kivo her consent: and I cannot marry even you without it. And now, let us drop the suhjoct, please. ihre we are at the land ing." All this passed through his mind as he sat staring into the d.ni? coals. He h.ad never written, had oheyed ahsolutely her implied re-! l'l.st for silenre. Rut day and night herfaco was heforo him. He avoid ed every m.ok whic h reminded him "f her, and worked with feverish energy one day, and brooded the hN pari-h duties at all. A v a ca tion . Uvxt. He rr;d the society notes in' the morning pai)er before lookimr i u "iS rorr espondrnce, anil aiwavs laid them aside with relief at not me d a mockery. What he needed was hard wo. to help him to for-K-t. r.ut. after all. did he want that ? Instead, with each passing i seeing her name i! iv. he pres.-. .J his o.vu thorn into his wounds afresh, and h kn-w that v.as r.ot helping to answer his own pi ayers. Where o;;d lo- Uo? There was hut o'ic person he l.oi.'ed to see, and that ." i :rcd ii'M do. Six mouths before, he wo-ihl hive tori.- j , , v f u 1 1 v j r e v r i e . He rose, packed his ha-. to oozen umerem place,-, wha re 'and Kave a f.-w instruetio,,. t.. .;.. h'MIS.-kef prr. Ho would tro to the I He felt that the warning of the -cp.ior warden was true, and that he was losin- Ids prij'. How was he to know that In the neighboring city a uirl often cried herself to sleep with his name on her lips? r..ti:.. i ... ;y lamm,- io- rusei him from his eify. catch on glimpse of her face th- i.iL-H- fart-,- of old friend would hie gladly w.-h-om. d him. Now, ft.. 1.....1 ... I... . .... .....( .. I ... f,", tL,t- t!" ' !''"ik. j The postman passd at1d threw a! a... I... I upon tlie j.otadi. Th.-re was r:e afternoon in the ,errd:m; j o.t the one. ;md a glanr.- at the su Ju!v l;o:.,-t Nelson sat in a boat on perscriptinn hro.mht his h.-.rt into th.- uwr. with a whir,-. t.-e fare, ids mouti,. h.- devoured, rather hsteniru' to a n fnsal from the lips j than r. ad. the contents: o a :::ri w no was . ,s a'-ifatcdi "tv n m vi. I " .' ' " ill .Ml. than he. T.o motiths b. f.i .-, Muriel! i lit; r ha-1 :,:,,,. witl: h-r mother' from the r.r i-:h br m i; city to spe!di .-.-'!- w.- ks with ? !i'iv. ,. 1'ro-ii! that Sunday 1 nor i n w hen t!:-; o-imr ro tor had i ! ,r s--. n h-r i i - , j.. Jus , hur- U. !: kia -w t!i.H ; he w :;s the waoi.aM !.. ): ;1 d- cime P -! foo- h. hood, a'il lo- -ae . j t!;e loo' and t v r . t ! . a t otdv ; a ' a man rar; ur..- to ( wo:aa;i ".V h" ;s tdt' d tO ho his Mate. j Tie worhly Mr:. Warm,' did not j r-i I:.-..- that In r iMicf'il'v train, d ricrorous Men and 'Tomcn arc in Demand on: I fee that ou will be interested in a pi' c- cd' news. Mr. Raymond has prop,.s -d at last not to me. but t" raamma. No wond-r he was so hoM- making up his mind. '"' h.e no doubt chivalrously hesitat.-d at the pain his deci sion would rau.se rUc They a l e t" ;,, married next w.-.-k. and v' 1 1 at on e for a w edding tour of Kurope. j sliall remain at - t ; u;e i-oine or my cousin. Mrs. j Cansome of Winton I'lar-. iiol.-h.nit.dy. ! "I h'M'V that all is well with i o i. and that we may meet j a--:ui:i some day. j "Wry sincerely, i "Muriel Wating." j Ten minutes later the rector eall I 1 has ho-.:seki per. and after a ', short interview with her. left her in j tears of joy. Then lie stepped to I the teh-phone and railed the senior i warden, his ou e vihrant witli hap- If n-ir ambition has 1. ft you. ! p:n s. happin. ss has gone ;..rew r t:n- i "I start for the city tonight." he bs, ... , .'... .,,)...,.., .,f v. . t i -'s: 1 sa id. "and will he awav for .nfii ,-ut Kate i stores magnitk-enti Iv not lrt tho iMor aR(l of the;U. S. Possession Has Many (fX Kies 1 11 2w3 ibertv Liberty is the cry of the hour. JiiSöÄ This is the great big reason why &flgiy::i:h is studying, as he never studied be-. fore, every means for thrift and con- S?ji3ÜEfl servation This Ries modest outla; household drudgeries of other davs and therebv enjoy in comrort and perfect environs the lire, lib- erty and pursuit of happiness" for which our boys , are fighting over there. 1'uii ttarehoi.ss in addition to ih t.r.v building, are idled with Iii--. Onalit l'urniluie. suhj-ct to tour immtaliatc- rrtiirt'incin. ' i- : f .:P I ' j--.rii,-'. "J !- ... I Big Fibre Reed Rocker Made rf Kaltex indestruct ible fibre, each strand having a wire core running" through- it. Furnished in rich dark brown. Hies Lib erty Sale I'rica . . !l7i, 41-. . ill "ill All 1 Liberty tj f Sale Price 39.50 i u ii viai iv $4.75 Lrjuipl'ed with four large cook in. cr burners and a simmering burn er, a broiling oven, shelves, canopy top. and large baking oven. others at prices varying from JÜihäO up. "We also carry a full line of oil stoves. is. .mirrfft I'Y-rt.-V.f; f V i w- , J i- J Where- one pair of hands do -ill tho kitcliofi work. This "ah'net vill -Miorvo your energy. Well huilt of sadid oak, similar to picture. Natural waxed tinish. with door over large Hour bin. metal lined hread drawer, sliding nickeloid ton, glass sugar jir, lots of cupboard spare, and Iii ed in white enamel. Iti.-s Liberty 't ice . . $18.95 COMPLETE HOME OUTFIT m e,JL-.-... Tk If-, ( jgS $225 l-'our (J'oiiijdete Looms of Fine Furniture, including Bedroom. Living Loom, Dining Loom and Kitchen. Lies Liberty Sale Price I.ilK-fty Tonn. $2. ca-di; $3 i-r ook. MANY RUG SPECIALS DURING THIS SALE KIDDIE KARS While thev last yo No Telephone or C. O. D. orders accepted on this special. i0 -ymm r r I The Liberty Mattres nn öd h . So li.l (bbb a; (iak through out. l'" seat construction, Sn.-iniso ('lease b.itbor c.-o! I" ' - i - seats. Liberty Sale I'l ire $1.95 irr- .,; a E'i tV 4 1 Solid ak Parlor Pedcs t a 1. h e a v y has.-, r,.". inches high, huge top and bottom I'seful in any Tome. Lies Liberty Sale Price $2.95 Ask to see the $17.85 Liberty Special Soanilcss Brussels Rii?. .Size OxlL, all wool surface, excellent patterns and well woven with absolute ly fast colors. See the complete line of Whittall Wilton and Grass Rugs on display in our daylight Hug department. Columbia Phonograph Nothi inn Down Plays All Sized Records RIES LIBERTY OUTFIT The above Machine and 3 Double-faced Records 19 Ries Liberty Sale Price ity 7 f The Downy Liberty Matt less, full siz 4". lbs , j-.e ivy io'.I . -1c-. all cotton Idling, fancy art ticking, with -il- handles. Mad.- by the latest sanitary process. We are also shown:-' a rompbtM lira- of hair mat tresses up from Jl'.h'.oi. lb- sura- to s. , th- dNphiy of matt if ss.---- i' oar north window. This is the kind of Led Spring that will make yu realize what a p. . -feet night's rest really means. Steel c oils, tempered in oil. C?7 Smfi Guaranteed Z () years. Lies Liberty Sale price jU Tea-Piece Coloiia' D V n & MICHIGAN ST. JOUTH BENT3 INDIANA. , IJe,(M t . i ' - ' 1 1 IL1J FT? In Golden or Fumed Oak Ries Liberty Sale Price Also in gcnuiio- mahogany at a m man to charge it." ( ill a. , a :o ; - c Of FOfl ALASKA ftSK r to tela nd v ir mone on the' parish suffer in my absence. Wh en I return, p-lease God. mv wife and T i.i.-t . o p 'irdM-o.l :t Won.'.eli s Ar.i-1 will visit them together. Good-bve " ritiou P;!N do not put o.;r entire Ar(J thc telephone bell tinkled a! " ", ' ::"n , j .o;;s refrain in the astonished s t:..- rmrv ar.-l ;.:or --u have h-st. , ni).r v.-stryraan's ear. P-e .ti.l ittous. ; v sti orw. : e i-r- ' r hr.:- the : .:dd glow of ( ';.' t'.'li to v our cheeks and th.- brU ht ; ra ? - ..-f.-i mar - : Fine Undeveloped Harbors On Pacific. Copyright. HMO SI Clf I.GYIXY STYLIT! 1.. c 1 a:..'. Hn:r,.i:il'; 1 to o-ir -e--. 1 Just one of the many comphmen vV i de!;'s A:i'.h;ti. n ib'...-. :ha-;tar- expressions heard daily WASHINGTON-, April Pro- j -.vas s.-nt out of the territory which originally 'cst the government $7,-1-eO.eno. Imports to Alaska in ."0 .'ears, have amounted to $ 4 1 L'.O'.'O,- ("(v. showing the vast amount of trade carried on with the territory ; solely by means of ships. ride eloped I arbors. The bulletin said Alaska has mans rne unde eloped harbors of whien little is known. Owing to lack of charts 2.' i American vessels have been lost in Alaskan waters during the last 20 years, carrying to their deaths 2o persons. About 70 p?r cent of the losses were due to strandings which might have been prevented by accurate surveys. "There should hie the most serious teetion for the gateways of Alaska thought given now to taking care of " a.'.e-piate roast and harbor chart- Alaska's greatest need." the bulletin n-g was urged in a special bulletin r.cludes. "The war should not de- ; I :,sued today by the c-oast and. geo- j ay r,r(.paration for the work, as im- EXPECT SUFFRAGE CLAUSE TO PASS Mrs. Catt Submits Optimistic Report as to Outlook for Senate 0. K. INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., April 1?. Following an optimistic report as to the outlook for passage by the sen ate of the Susan P.. Anthony amend ment to the federal constitution, by th rir.-d ft-. !in an early date to reorganize the hos pital unit of the association. This unit, which was in the direct path of tho German drive, has been scat tered by the gradual retirement of the British forces, it was reported. At a luncheon for Dr. Anna Howard Shaw, honorary president of the suffrage association, and chairman of the woman's commit tee of the council of National de fense. Dr. Shaw told of tho work of this committee. Miss Mary Garrett Hay of New York ursed the women of Indiana to organize themselves more thoroughly for war work, and Mrs. Catt, who is chairman of the educational committee of the coun cil of national defense, made a plea to the women of Indiana to "spread the gospel of Americanism." 1 close of the day he SU' reed. -1 in .' A ' retting unanimous em - e.t. to a n 'ha a ! agreement uml'T w hi'-h af'r '. p. "a- ba in, next Wednesday s.-int'-vs v.u!! be said prr limited to miuutes' d -oi .f j 'I j the bill and to 2" minuT--s on t" S a; t amendments. ' ' ' The North Carolina so -ito- a - i in- ' !;:'; '' asserted that he would it- accept, nnmtim n i-t r n d m r n t s tironoed V .Jill 1'. - I .. . ...... .. .... ... , , n a :; f !',. KS ho : t ; e IM sr L. by the opposition to sperihc-ahy ev- We tia-.e a: u-: :-: il w ,.i pt,.r empt the interstate commerce cam- ; display tixtu-re v.h.-:-- --. ry d sign mission, federal reserve board and j of paper we carry :s -h-v.-r. hrst a.; certain other permanent government it apr-ir." en the v.all. A ' o we use agencies from the operation of the I the "I-Mi?- r. dayh.-ht" wh! h. raid jaw ' c r.e to di-th.'-u.-lx -r.r-r- -.- w-'d as Leaders of the opposition express- ' in s:jn Ii -'hi. Patror.s a.M e::-oy the ed confidence that tli-v hav- ..,rh- j (omfort.s e? o-ir :-.rge roomy eient votes to fore- s :--h amend- i -uche.s and el.a.rs. H. L Lo hr I'e-orating' Co . 214 . . . :t. nu-tn s. Advt. merits. 1 dttic survev. WWW more than - .- . , ...;.,-. .. -ini- v, oa ohkhi ...m, ri "M'. are sp :d t-u tnoe ir.?,H-ciing ine aneu assort- ,,,-,, ,:.... .i. .,.,:.. t ., ;.. . .... ... i ,it of the Nat on.al American sai- , ,., , f i,.,,:i ..,o t s: .i ,..i..io-. ".'orr.rt' or the preliminaries will mean: ' . . ' t: ' 1 - ment of beautuul suits at T. s,. M.ska Mr.nt .. :,n:r, h,l with. .,. - . . .. Ifra-e association. the executive . head, h, . n. .rala.'nai and Co. Suit.. $10.75 to K3.I, ;it .lhhr, th vatVrs that nearly I " '' (board of that organisation in ses- ; mc 'Vrd'5- -aoVov"i Tri0atir?- Pophrs and 1oire:i surround it. because gigantic moan-: YOV IXOKING Uion hfre today" devoted its time to WA .ra I,; ..l;,1 in styles ,t:lin rar..,,,. tlm n;ay n,v,.r be ,ur- i n:?tlZl Vi";, .J intended to assure ratification m- a, way out Of th- ordinary. Workman- , lv railr,..ds. bar th- ,,uh i ' , . ... .1 bv states of the amendment. j tion .,; Ubip perfect. Always a little touch th ! lX-"a ' V1" ,V V M "The nlans were based on the in- tion i i r i i v t i i - j l t r I - r i SUPERINTENDENTS PLAN ppniTr r-PTTi r-o nniirm ; l J O I Ul VJI L t 1 1 i I rA 1 O I U k I . . TO OVERMAN AKGUMtNl ir Yor all ninii i i. k Tn - 4r..1 n I l i ro j in 'Tfai -rci fori i . Lr.g that: In f.-.o d t s o.. v;Ih '" - w -- -o .o. m ,,a rears the coast and gc i .. , . .. .-. . i cr distinction at liar lanes. i .. . . , . . . .. t i . . .i'l i a -. iv . , a . . i i - . , i e i ;c s a i c :.a s nan i.-ss iii.in j i 0- ift.-r tak;: . . 1 . 1 ." i i t a . 1 or tie d the a- T b :a : : ra; the p: :re . i ' j -.- . . i b s :re a:'d -a t a - c :.t '- . p. .t d t at the !;.-::o m- V- r Vet!;. V. 'a! J:at. I; .g S; o e .r! I ,: i!i fs -v r a h I a:.- abth'-r- i J to guarantee ih.. m. l Artvt. l.ATi: O. K.s Khl'ITI,. WASHLN.'.T' N. A. ril P.n Ap point:. -c-nt of rcderick P. Keppel, .'.an I'ola.nbi i university, t b-.is.;.-tant soc'.'b'ry of war. was on- dr. 'Tii-.d today .' the scr-.ate. Their speciality is this c'ass of work. They carry a full line of hand to '.'"n l m Alaskan waters . carVed frames nnd mouldings. The en work - that should. invariably j kinil that rioa,-es particular people, precede develop! n-nt of a new cun- Ap0 Eastman's films. Kexo camera try." !-:xp.-rts from Alaska through ; anJ nitr-s. Spring time is camera ;hese .-aterways have aniounted to ; time. Advt ' ' .eia.'. ' 0 " '.n Ö ' years, r.'.u hin g: the grtat'-st a. ne.ua 1 .-.mount last vear when ?l.7e?.::d' worth of g were worked out in detail. Mem bers of the board from practically every state in the Pnion are in at tendance at the council which will continue through tomorrow. During the day the board de- üodi Try NEWS-TIMES WANT AD national crgj nidation, to Prance at SUING TON. April Kb With parent diminution of npposi- on the part tf the admini-tra- -upporters to compromise, the dividual needs of the states and i senate today se-tle( down once a hoi ; t i n of t , o in irr.id'-d more to vigorous controversy over the bill to grant blanket authority to the president t) reorganize pr.v ernment department?. Sen. overman of North Carolina, sponsor for the m-a-ure. announced cided to send Mrs. Kaymond Prown that he intended to keep it contin-, the teaching T ,e. man eo-np ai uously before the senate and hoped I in school- wh. r- t h- t'.U'-r "f . to M-cure a vote n-:xt ick. At th.' ' more p'ipil- siön r' i riht. hrir It- - . on t:a INr.'IANAP'' d.IS. Ind.. Ap: i! 1 The Indiana As-r.r ;., ion of Tow ri nd City y.-h'.-.l S i per;:.' . ' nts meeting h'-re t"dav pr -limina rv t the edu'ati nal ojüfc p-no' at I h i r: . o .-Pl'omim-'tf.n tomorrow and .atur- 1 '"1 ;-r ' -r" : ' , r a i 1. 1 n i : a ... .i ... . i i i i 1 the' ; ii the Av.eri''aTi - ' ..... . '. . . ! - r.p'.-r - W e .". S - ' i .' e ' : d-pre- Tl it day, adopted a s-t r. s-dati' looking to th- teaching of G.-rmon sc ho'ds of th-- state. On.- of th- r s'uuti'-t.s a-b- ! b. legislature to repeal the hi vv n kin.g . ,i r- t h V ; . r- th- on!v 4... - - - -Ad. t a - Save monev by patTDr.lzir.r: merchants thnt adverti.