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1-HE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES
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METHODIST.
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UM. p.Tinra.nt I
German I. af.iTeft bird, and Uavie.
at. IIm. II. S. Miller, pasfoi Sundar j
'h-'nl at j:.V a rn. : Jo tin K,rh, super '
tnrenlent. rrnDine at a m an 7 i
7 0
p. m Kpi'orth lengiie at 7 :" p
I rayer üie-t!np U.jD-a-!ay it 7.4i
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p. m
(). .pltler. rat.r Si:nd.iv ahonl at
9.30 ru : V . M Porter. u perlntendent.
f,!)!p ;it 10;3. rltn vrinon lv ti
pirtor: "Home Iaf- l'erf"-t I ! r. I "
erniAti at 10. .V a. in. rveuinif utrni'in
at 7 .-.0
Prty-r riffin? -very Vr i!nw!ay
etenirij: nt 7:.'
FREE METHODIST.
Free MrthoilUt -Pen;! -vlvnnli at anl
Rih at Iter. U. E. W't Sfer. p.itktT.
Sunday sf-tiool at '. :3' a m : Paul
Neldtre!. a'iperint'n.lenf l'rn hing at
10:30 a m and 7 :.' p m
Rl'er Park I re- Meth"diM - Four-
teentti and Vln ara Iv Mr Hitrb-
ecck.. Pa a tor s-jnd.y a-bo-l at K :0o a. i
m.; Is. F. Wolfe, na perlntendent.
AFWirW F '
ArmiA.N M. n. .
Olltet A. M. K.310 w. Mnnr at.
Rer. A. T Ra.l.Iii. P"lor. l.is m t-
Icz at 10.4a a m. Sn.liv .-h.ol nt
Taylor' A. M. .. Zlon - Corner K-biy
iDd Camrau ata. Iter. 1 I'. Powell
pastor.
PRESBYTERIAN.
rirat- ferner Waalinston av and I.i- !
fayette bl?d. Rer. t'lmrla A Lippin- i
cott. ff. I . wiütor. M.sh liirl die M
i'.irtri'lffe, .-mutant to the tiilrlatf-r.
Trimtv- .bum S. Hums. pinor on
Je.nve. A. P. .-.i iiider p i t ' r ..u .Pity
S-iiiUty . Ii -.! :it '. ,i til ; 1'. I'..
I'reticli. frilperilitendetit
a .. .t . . .
e.iiuinnir - " r i nn-l I. in -Key st ;
v. Alfred M ., II. I h. . i-t .1 ; '
I lone. t" .. .S.'..ft st. Siiiid.l js . ! i . . t 1
af 1 "Li ii in I I " V 1 1 - I. ' .....i... I
t-n !. iit. Pul.i:- u.-rsiup 'at 'b:4.-,' a m
:iifj 7 p in I'he s.s-!'.., t. t I...-
for... tie- IH...I...U- .tv'.c S. iiu.r !i. -
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The sutetav -x t , 1 1 , - , Vi,-i,
ll! I ar.tt.'-d diiiu.t!..- ,,,,,(', '
Hpe Leer and Pirtmi ata He?. 1
;e.,rKe W. AIUhou ; i . .uinlner. HI ble '
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ii";i a i w . ' ti 1 1 1 . t I I I ii h I ' I I I i I k
t uper.nten.lerit.
(ranger Ib-v. Ham :ao,-. itid.tv I
h -d at O.C. a a. hivii,.- uersr.ip .it '
1 4 a ra. iM. rv Mind i v : (-. !
v i oir.
IPT!ST
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Ouinry Afreet Tt C.ru. R. Pnter- ,
uue. 'tor Si.adiv ..-ho,! it ü"ii a
an.; J v Keui'ii; a ipei !iit-n lent ; r,r 4 bur. h of tbrl.t, rleotUt merce of Amsterdam and Rotter
Cherry at Re, P lrfk ra-?or. i S.!.,., 1 , r lT i.a Net he-l.u,d. Trading ,mp,ny:
Ml. Zion-IM N. hir.i-:i t. Ker h.
H Kennedy. I I . paatr Su;-,l.iv
..ipi.r sijf.i.TT
S .-eil f -' 'Ul fc -n Mr ., ii,,, i
1 a mu ai . .. a .n . .vir .viii.a Htit- h-
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Ninier ata Sertl.e at Ii:.".) a. n: .a 1 ;
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CHRIS I IAN.
I lrt S M.u:i nr. ...:li f p'i".;i.
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Sunday ?--Lov: s '
cjar ?.-0'V I at -'... reierfk R
rrti'.a. 1 a.iifr!Dt.:i.i.-n? ier 1
re trine l nrl e- ris ci .:! W e I
t e .;-.- t . 1 r n i nf-i
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Indlan renne InPna : , 1 Wither,
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I-ln4--n Ateiioe ftiurrh of Christ
Mo !en av. ai d "a .-'.. ; ;,. Kd-
"rd at;e. p..to-. I'rei. , IK t IU ai
c n ar. 1 7 .vi p ru s !.:r s -u :
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EVANGELICAL
ASSOCIATION.
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EV-.OL:I.ICAL.
7in rner W'ltnf :t n I wt. Peter ta
. v h (M.iicr.x , pM!t'-r.
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s. Vtrr'm 115 T. I.aalSe tt. .
i:-v II ;f u .'It. p-iüfir Sunday'
;,t 1 ' ; Cri,Keiaüe. miper- j
i i t
,
Ur.U Trinity ItRsTlali-Sbrrrr.an at.
iir. l I.i:i'j.'T st. l: v AUert M. He'. !
, Ad.:i' tri.ht .v t.- .,mr
!'- ';;';' M.d.-k pr...v -n -
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.,ri s, -ru.ap.n -,ni Krr !
-P !; ;tf '.i (nt :) rn an. I I'.ili'.e I
n Morn i r st jrr. m r
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Ull i , ., ..... , - !
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St. rul' (.erina -.rofT.ra,n ana v it-
I mm fv u.v II Holle, p.mtr Or-
marl .n'.i.M .. I'i-.".a :i ai Si.ndar s-h l. '
! f!i frn.jtn tik! lln'li-li fit '"
ijik'U'Mi Pfrv(n on ii I nn! fonrtti
th" ,n
church oh god of the,
AF3RA H AMIC FAITH.
hnri-h of 4il of Ihe Abraham Klth.
- Service In Melville hall. -12 S. La-
mvu., uh;ib uui m iu a.
i- a. Muson. anperinrenueru. ,
IM., wfj.iy nt II''. m: I i a v n tii- .
n ,i .iii-i lipf in i!r rnets on v rl
i iv viniiiz 'im r an i irs. ii. .
I: i. k. ''.'l S I nov t.
VOLUNTEERS OF AMERICA.
(Jop! rnlosion. 430 S. Mlcuiiran at.
All CLrlatlia arrletlea tntlted to a big
"pen air meeting every Wednesday. Frl
il.iy. Safurdiy and Sunday nlcist. gorner
Wnync nnd MPh:c.in street. Old faab-
lor.ed g pel mertlnff at Volunteer m!a-
I'Ti'rl liaAH?iVi?,Cfct" 'C"rJb6r lH-
MISSIONS.
MennonWe IIopi r.21 E. .Trfferaoo
bird. SunHy aehool at 20 p. m.
Pre:u h!iijj nt U :. p. m.
Prcidiinj; 3:.. and :C p m. serT- ,
l.ea every nlKht except Wednesday j
I.M.iry Nuueraaker In rbarffe.
Cty-li:. K JefTeraon blvd. Ray A. ;
piM iUpvfintendent. PunJay actnl at 1
'3m p. m Hild clasa at 4 :0D p. ra.
j r.Tenb,c serrbe nt 7:30
I :..i.m v r ...iu ,r s.rrleaa
wV.lü.r'saiurd.rnud 5,Vnrta Wen-
irga nt 7:30. Sunday scuool at 10:00 a.
üi. each sun lax. I
SPIRITUALIST. I
Ti. n .vi..,. -in
hold cmoM t :i) p m. ovcrj SiiD'laj I
" '" .i-uk"h "w -'"ru - .......
uVQTkr?l M QrV M A TlOV i
i
Meeta everv Atond.it at 10:00 a. rn. at I
I the V. M. C A Resident and Tisltinfc
tninHtern ninaja welcome rreaiaent.
.1 A. Iliirnett; w president. W. kl.
I rehhley; ae. retary treaaurer. ii. K. En-
terline '
iccnrnTL-n umi c
ABULIA I I- I ' UlULL,
STUDENTS.
! W.inian's Club tail!, roopi 224. .1. M. S. jlM,l of disease 2
. ... . Mi-cinc In action.... 333
: v ""':' '' n tiidv. The . , i roW -A
: -,.r( , 1 " At ::o p. , . f 'idy. ( U oui.ded severe... .
K ' v' ' ,;l ' " ' ' St ',", P 1,1 !'""ture by, Wounded, derree un-
I', K 1 f ",;,n,:'," ;,,vl determined 11
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i
JEWISH. I
ieinp'e lethFI - I'.irner I.aaalle At
and Taylor at. Jullue Leil-ert. raobl.
rwruru ru-: r-.riii
VjilUlVO'l V- I VJ L. ' .
fluirrb of God or Saint Chapel en
llnrtunn nr. mm lil.vL imrl'i Af I.lnrnln
siini.iv s-hool at J:k'. a in : A. L
ulrkU-y, Miter. nteadeoL
S'l ''TION ARMY
r . " ' ' '
.'bep: Mornins- county jit!, loam; Sun
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i. -. . . .. : :
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l.I;(.,)"r .""icc. s :.. rrayer nteetlnjr
I',' '" -"a iwiwk. i nicer iu
j ' ";,lk'v-
SCIENTIST
f.r .-iiiblr.-ii uv.A our.ff r.e.,t ui to the
i.- ,.f fr..n. . i. v -r.o i m s,,,,.
i ir.- er -'. rr.-ii. i.i i.- ::. o i m un-
i . i . .... .
! n t . 'l entran.e .;i Nboli, u nt
U'...i1iik; to.. im maintained .y tt.e
1 uur, h on the s.vent:i r!, r - f tli .T M
s !";:!d :!e. are open .i.iüy e.-.pt Sun-
.i it fr.'ta -' t .Y a:ul n .iturd:iy oc;i-
i ii fr. ;u t
"p'vn."l lfl .,,".,n
' i tl I . I L-Al . AillL.N.
Meiliii K anceliral -Mi ! " nil Ma
rt at.. Re. Rn.tl mated. pat-
sm,: . b..ol :it '.':." a m. ; AuiCuM
i .r -n. i p.- :n ten 1en t.
BRETHREN.
I iri - ltev ;. . Re:i. h. P. T pa-
t' r. m. v a :wvi at ö:"i a. ui : Hnriey
v he .' ,t ,t -t t'-f i:r" n m. .-; 'Ii
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v , M-rn ei p.: p :. 41 n. u. taa 4 .
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hv !:itt: -t l!ev f. I". Oe.rg.
. a s t r s,.n i.t mIi" I at V a iu ;
r ; Sti'..ly. :rf rtntentient
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en.l liurrh of Ihr ttretliren -
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CATHOL.C.
i'rl Ilrsrt, Titre ".nie Tr -?-ia
sxh
aus
. SUvr-J' ?ini;ny;r Ä'V '
m I'sriO nmi at P'.lö a :n. N f eper .
ft. tplen' Hungarian Thomaa and
MeIfeeron stu Kev. I,irrnrp Hor-
Tttb. piiitor Maa at A and 10:15 a.
D sGa-liT at 2:0) p. tu üea- How many of l;i re.,!:- r:ri.
?CKtt at'a- P. m. Ithe hinds of the -rav !! e r.,ns of
P.tfWVM; TIJ.M -t. Rev.h-n, Sam's arti-r are :ir for- .
John t Ieiiot. f . ; . put ir. Low l
,,.m,. nt M T nd ftW, 111,1, j tf. u,n.n. arP and , f. hy the
m.it ni cerin'Mi 1ft .11 Ktptttai at ' interminar '.e exchr c .f i?!ter.
n m
day 'hofil nt .l.fi p nj Jetirjf of
phiirh a !etie at 4 .Hi t m. I
Polish Cerner Srtt
nn1 Nipter t Ret. Anthonv Zuh-rwUi.
S. C. DBltor. ".ia at 7.30. 9)
ao'1 low a m. SDday ."oi Mt 2 :V)
n in. lcMiftion at J :30 o m I
P m. H-cMtion at -130 o m I
St. StunUItu' 1'olith 415 N I.inrniQ i
t. ler. ltorjan .MUfian. pastor. .Man
at T :30. 9 01 nl 10:rf a. m.
fit. Mary' German tol S. Tar lor t
j Rev. J. M. HeLerer. '. 4... panfor. Nh
'at 7 :W and 10: . m Sunday a-hool
J Mi 2 p- m. Uenedirtit-n at p. n.
M f nhnir' Poli.h-sl S. ; ttet
, -. I J
i SI Ufi .-i.i u.? ill 'lui J iMil'ir. I.'JW
luaaa at t :.,) a m II if n mats at 10 ;UQ
. m. Veapera at 2:V p m.
M. Alelbrt' rrUh-OUre cl Grr
itR jev John Kul3'.kl pantr. lal!j
mns at S:l.i p. 'm Holy hojr. Wed-
nf-fc'liv ereüinsr at o'clock. Si;nilr
mm at."" 10:M i m.
St. Jcpb a Hili at. and Laa!le .it
ruaia at 1U.0J a. ra. fenedP.tiou at 3;
re,, Heart HelSUn-ll2C V. Thoji-
.f Rer 4Tiar V Fiarher. natA
ai et. Per CT.ar V Kiicber. paator.
,DJn 8 V., r J1 . . Sunday
P m
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National 1 rtlJolle Wv taW ytht.
n.stAr. SundaTa: Tirat m.is nt s.ia
; high inaa.' rnd aermon at 10;U0 a.
SuD'il-r b" at p. m.
ä p m yn a
II K II I (I I ill
"I 111 I I II I
I I llll IUI fl I
w! uu IWilia-
, , .
earlY Une-Udll Ul UltJM Ul
Army Number From
Pennsylvania.
WASHINUTON, Aus. 1 0.--Including
announced today, army and
. marine er.ro casualties received
from overseas and made public
' ince Mond. iv when the toll of the
I vietorv on the Marne-Ais'ne front
j bf -a n to come in now total 3.7ö.
M ,f t),fve 3 l.'.o were soldi-is and
J
?.. marines.
j;,N ;.rmv usts civen out toda
" -. Mm, melndinif 33;;
iconiaio.i .. . i ..r,,,,.-.
m,w,nff ;tCT1"-
nr.e corps list had names. I ne
j combined UMs today showed an in-
jcre;i - e of 11 over those osterrlay,
. . ...... .... . u . .....t
hut th.ur toll ,i, ess n.u. u...v
;or any me o. m- oiuw x, , ""'"
th.. wee.i.
Nearly one-half of the men
named in the arm lists today were
from Pennsylvania, th total ' from
itnat state r-eins ni no,,,
lived :n Philadelphia. The other
nien named were fror.. arious
" r
sL 'rs-
The army lists rommneo auu nit-
marine corp list show:
Vrmv Marine
Killed in action .... !.
Died of wounds.
Pied of accident .
1
13
o inued siiznny.
Wound e.
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. , rr,
UUIUM PhtrMttllMU
FOR COMMERCIAL WAR
. .
e -Tinie Spe. l.al Serv'ne:
. t ..rr r O Vt ill A "i .1 .
(iory commission ior economic" in-
.formation abroad" was inauifurat-d
toda at The Hacue. to direct Hol-
' I .1 I I U Will III' I ' IM I -'iv 't , - x. .
. . .....
III i.li.
....
The chairman is W. F. 1. L. an
Rappard. former mitiister Hl Wash
ington, and the directorate in ludrs
chairmen of the chamber.- of com-
CftS LIST
K i oel!-r shipnmc macmte. andl'u. if yoi don't mind."
.. , . , ... . .
.... . ... r- .,
Oil'" ' , 1 1 " 1 oi ur iiiiriu i i .1 o .
in.lustry and am iciilture.
.1 . .1. Loudon, minister of foreign
flftrtjrs nddres-mc the commission
... . .
n 1 depa i tment. .4,) that in v 1
ft inere.-in impediments in the
wo; bis tia'T,.- onh p repa r ory pro-
in is co.i:d be made for post bellum
fl,r,u, The chief o'ofe, t
r'"' 'ncnsixe. i lie , m 1 ,, 1
w o-.jli he t ausist the producer.
w lioe pafitim and iti'tiitive he j
i! pc;. i to :n ovdrr to bnd fre-h
iiiarkets. especially with regard to
. , .
The aoveintoent foresees. said
y Loudon, t lie :m:v.ene ec onomic
,1; V. 1
w "oii-.'i 'Ail hie t be en-
v.'-nsete,: a.:.-; u" .1 :
.... , . .1
ri.tt li ions. ils will be . rease.l
;T, n . i i.e.- a pd given addition.. 1 fa
ri'.it.e t rra ei . oou. iit i o.otiies
a p d .r.fo-ni t hemsclv ec nir ip thor-
oughP of affairs wi'liin neir iur-
ougiu.i a;ia:rs w inn :n".r jur-
isdb't '.c" . w rule a numvtT of consul.
a: large w ill be appointed and ex -
'. te-:.- sen: !' pec-nl purpose,
V: l.o'.don .-nbled
e are r.unibei J
out '' w ;b r emiin a our-v of sit-
isfart'.on to ne to h.v e :nt.i l;ed
h;s (o!-,-v,!'i"M i.-fo-.- d e pt rt : r. g
f, ,.in ..ffu-e "
AMERICAN SCHOONER
SUNK OFF EAST COAST
j The v . i ; .: h bb" ; i k : s 1 n . ; , .-, . , k ; ' I , . r . ' . n I - r J J . . o, ., ,r, ,J ' ' e r e s ,-. r .
N t-: P FTT N P.NVS. V ,.. Aug I" , rdl oi n.pa ,n .at and a p- . !' w n ,n o. ..i . r. l o .'. a : ; i ; he . eii". I inphi of ,.,..;.-. . , ,
The America n .a-hoooer St- r.l- I. i poncr.e. g;r, s w : j-.i .-r. : p. i-''.el. h- ; ; . i t'-.Tti Ai i known de . . s ae;e e m p - .-d ;'. . r.d . b'-p i : ' n.e. .. i-r; .
.-Va-r. it bo ,rd ft on- Newport New s j atcn a nt p n a itomti. ritle .-,. a th- he.,: ;ng ., ;.-i.i' .- ..-! ;o, mke :l,e g;r', : r, e pinie ., . ; ..... .--.! p--;-..
T a 'or-'ig r pot : . w a s -,,n'.. !a i Ir.nd-e.i folding de p-e h'? -" ' d i e r s ; - ' w o ; r -1 i' .. !d :. - -.-i n. for r. e r ge.j , -. c t: ; b - -he f.-r d i t h - '-. ..- . -.;;
M'T.-i.v 11 m :' e -1 of i pe 1 1 ,-, . ha v e. . we : ; c ( .j; r. r. , r . j ;- .--1, , r o go : 1 1 1 . ., : i ;. d . .n . fc 1 sva,-a.l. i .- f . ! :;j.g:-.g :. . ....: - .-. ,--., ...-..,;, , -
r 's i 1 i" i" ' l ; n1 r.v ' p j oa s. i i - -: si n .-; i -i r . 1 i ,-1 a ;t 1 ', 1 t ". a n. "". . ' ; p ; ) ; ; - 1 ' e " . - f t'r.v b . ; i n ';-, . ;n' - r . .- a.. .. , . . . . . r.
v i i . " , ,-,- and re of e-- ohr th'.r.c ' .e'.'e. v-: . : ' : . p.- ..:; -.-nip r.-r 7-'t e .-. .- :
mn irr: e -j ';.. v -h: ror"hi ; "' ov,rc.-. ; ,wt j . ur.V. b ;- , t ' i ; t 0 - - : - .v,r s.-- r: m.-.r.-r- a.-- - . 4 f - rr ;-.eX.
.-,g . i r k i up a ?:;!;;! v.-! .xt 1 -cick ;rgnt v ;.r: ;:;''.! '.TgT Tr." -o ! ' h r ,-,-. f-op-, ;-.t ; -f, r-. -.
sel. raentiorted !",r."h Th p r.r ir.. -Pat-r '.o.-; e i l" r. j- j, va - f a i : -m i: to sar d.
I j
Miss Dale Shopper j
i . i
Hi Olhr Itnlxrls Itartoti.
The postman opened th'
.rn th- s.-. pane, of .,b,h
pri ut-l in net Krm-in Type, LI
Dale Shofpr.- H- !a:d i.-.n.i:-
of Mtr on the r'ain little ni, ,1 cK '
and departed.
d rl rd th- ;
1 ' n ;r ' ;,P'
. , . . , . . , .
fraped the f;irt that a
c- here a person ma v not and fin.:.'
h.;f d.ndent mon , v .
K1fJh " ,,''Mnfl'"t upon ,.
r !d wf support. ?he turned ?hi'
"T !d wf-r sup;.., i t. ?he turned
ft toafount
h" nad inserted n r rd ;n i " ,
J t h leading advertiein; niapazin"'
pnrticilarly ths-e which p ;.-
on fashion, had a zn printed (n h r
, ,
dofir nnd waited
She had not nn to watt, for Mi
Don nd. who lived in Battle i'reek..
h . had taken a fari r to a pink i
rnne plet r.chpe a d it td in i
a fashion n.acazine. Mr. Itar.daJ'. :
f Rroad Point. fle-ided t jmsse- a
wren ho'i' advertised in a maea-;
rune. Miss Smith wanted a face niayk. :
Mrs. rawford a sport hat. and a
Mir.. T a t ' T " . t r r i i- fiHiitflli r n
, ', , !
trusted to her the entire pu r diasun k :
fth'r XT7TV, r, , , !
So well had Miss Da!e arotntd
herself of the v.trifn trusts im.osf.l
upon her that sh- soon aepjired a
rAi.ofntiAi t -v - t,,.1 ! 1 C t A
,r,,""u,u ' l"' ,' ' I
. tui h.v.ine morninc we spas "i tue
pile of letters on th i-rown ok
desk was voluminous iniied.
Miss- Iale. 'irrzinia Pale otlirrwi-e. i
dexterously op nod ea h one. run
nine: her eye over th contents, sov: -ini:
and fllintr them in turn "Mrs.
Kmery wants a plum rolord jersey,
Mrs. Humph rev iKes th linen t a ho r
. , . , :Kaf if absence for a few dnvs. at-
st a ruht. Mrs. Humphrev come. . j
Iter I had written to o-i. and ran
acain. Mrs. Marshal received the , ..."
, I down to New orK mvself. J hen
urn and enc odes rhfK. Thatik , ,
' . . rt , , wnen I s.ivk von come out and ou
heaven, that was it Sh writes like ,
. , , . (asked my adxice. who wouldn t have
a hmaman and I couldn t ten . ... r- ... ,, . .. ,
! 'ioiif it. inn wouldn t have onf a
w f vi sie wa il .1 1; inn oi a
...... .
maenme cum. ve mouoPm mm
regular handwriting expert. I think j
I'll add that onto mv siirn Hello i
, . I
here. A man. She knew before :
she openel the letter that the writ
ing and paper were masculine.
?he way riht. It was decidedly
masculine, short and t th point.
with two enclosures. ne w;is ;i i
i
rheck for ? ."iia - -th- other, two type
written letters.
The note ran as follows; "Pear
Madam: Will you kindly purchase
for me the articles on enclosed lists
at any soldiers' supply house and
hae them expressed to me at Camp
Sherman. Please use (heck for
same, ncauctinc your commission.
P ,rv iP-ctfully yours. Richard
(;ardner. Lieutenant of Infantry.''
Vircinia's ef- widened excitedly
I jjh , , i,ri,,-ht An.thlntr fnr
' n 11,1 1 ne' rr 1,r"Jnt an.Mhinu for
., Ina l.forr. much les. a soldier.
nut she thrilled at the prospect
Running her eye over the lists she
exclaimed in astonishment. "Mrcy.
I never knew there were so many
things in the world, and to think of
an officer having to have them all "
Ishe counted thorn 240 separate
items. However, there were stars
before some and a footnote remark
ing that such things were alrradv in !
his possession.
'Weil." said Vircinia. coin for
her hat. "with such a husv da v a hea d
I'd better set started. Hut imagine
me huyini; uniforms and trench
hoots! I'd like to have a little ad
vice on this. I with I had a hrother
or someone who knew."
As luck would have it, .iust outside
hei door In the corridor she humped
into a soldier, a tall, splendid look
ing fellow with sinzle Kir on hic
shoulder straps. Virginia passed
him. then turned hack to find that
he. too. had turned and was looking
after her.
She flushed ron." mush , hut de
cidinc; suddenly that it was foolish
to stand on ceremony under the cir
cumstances, spoke to him
"I beg- your pardon." she said I mite, enough to blow up thf 'hi-"b-it
I've h perplexing problem to I capo union station w here she was ar
solve. and I'm point: to ask vour ad-1 rested; a Nero porter, who played
vice. Will ou pka.se cl.issity all
thee different boots on this list for
me and suve me an idea of what I
oucht to pay."
He took the tvpewritten paces. "1
can't tell von exactly. .ut I could
show you. I'd be delighted to be of
service. Perhaps I ould co with
i -i ih ..nr. ' w.m ,
claimed Virginia with relief. w:is
jnt wondermc wluue I could borrow
a soldier. You see have all these
thincs to buy and I know as much
about them as I do about flying ma
chines." He laushe.j a r pr'oia ti ep . "T'l!
do my l,et ." he promised. "I hap -
rn to hi-e today To mvse;r. o I'll
rlf g.an to .... uf ue to yo-i and
your friend."
The morning flew on golden wings
It wa a wonderful spring day. and
in inlta if K.i I 'n. I n.. .. .1
... ... -,r.i .'-II.--V.I!- rt:i, ..11I
Hlle.i vrees. the a i: had a certait
intoxicating uua!:r rhit whipped i
young blood into ;oius acti-rn. Vir- '
cinia and her companion went on a
erita ble . orcy of buvinc. It was
treniennous run deeidinc whether
the may for whom they were proxie ;
i o.in vrer a unnorm or ga i-ardine i
; or whipcord or just plain serge, and
j whet tvr his sen ice i.oot should b
j or th bather ,-, that, although
i Virginia had to conf s n t;-ie rniv
w-te lnea : h - i ,i k in l: . 'ne p:iii- of;
r
; boots. forT -fi-. e Io"rs
T, e htili-
dred and ten dollar a'.I told for
foot - gen r. not co.mnr.g thirtv -fight
: dolla-s for a ,io.r pan of sof !
' I
w ..-n oc e 1 ; . h r old:-r
Iirtiil,'. bUilted hft . hl.l h-j hoppiiis J
i iii'i pa rii.m s-.me. to thuin he would j
want T he : st
v o 'j ' 1
ed of me. f'm afraid. SureTy vryu
-5 r to ha-.e r.v min,:-
9 ., ( i t I . i - I i I I V III:" . .
' "-' e-'n-rn ana a cup o:
lf ri s0"'",vtrr'' '
H 'l h" i --- i "I'm enjnvmc
- f U . . . t
' i-cmm. .vji
1 ha'p ,h" -niplacent feel,.-,.-
thHt Fni hfl,5C ;' bhp'" r-
Suppo we zn ;t . ho; .tnd '
rr 1 c n c 1,
. , ' . H 11 ,41
th" thin;r rrop.u-Jx afterward
irinia are:i wiinout rufrner
, -'a.:ne. .secret iy in was hainc a ,
' J ' 11 "r " '
that ,f n11 thf offl ers thv pai-d
f,.rH;rn f nnmti.. thP,P . n,jn,
.... , . . .
.-prnaia tune h was f-rirciov:
plendid as hr own.
p th'' other hand, r.e- f-rf.rt :
Kne th-it of the Cirl th' ;.;,-t- ,
'd, ?io ine had Virginia's -. ir. :
w n r. a f. r t 1 Av.c and .Kl r rf
. ' '
p! f .-sinn. He uns vtv pro id of ;
' ' t
hrr rn hr trltn little dark hiu st;it. !
At ." o'clock, when she went to ;
pav for th' uatch she liad S'lectod.i
t
I sh paf a p?ip of dismay
spnt it all:" sh cried, yearchmu; inj
li-r har. "It's nil pone j
"11! fix that all rieht,' said the )
old;er. ' X'i!l another hundred do? I
PU have to have a che--k cashed al-o. J
I CliP6." I
U r cash nnv orfif er s check, sr id ;
? iie cer " 1
'o t'ne'?oldier took out his ch-k I
. f. ......u.a !
i"ll ill.'! I II llll.l null II. Ill J
write. So far she had been unable
to learn h'.s name She hid iuM
railed him IiPutenant."
This ,is the name he sjcnrd
Richard L. Gardner.
I TUit why did v oi let me ;o with
!ou:" akcd Virginia when he faced
her with a half defiant smile.
' P'.eraiise -well, after I saw ym: 1
! wanted you. I was just coin-,' into
voiii ntfirti 1 c tot, I'mi iVni I I. . .1 i..t
; i . I
sfp if I d told you my name, now
xo;?.. It was ;in)Ast a
f,nCP
... ' . o , . . .
lrffima colored and cast down lier
. ... .. ....
i i f s u s i -1 rn ii an na v.
she confessed demurely.
He retarded her an instant :th
concentrated admiration.
i "Well nn have nlnek lirtln Vtiw:
ta,,,, . , , , , , "'. '
S Hitl if r I f nn f Lrnon- M-hnn f n
- r...''. ..mil I T
met anyone so completely after my
own heart. Now let's hae dinner
and take in a show and call it a day.
You're not tired, are you ?'
EXPLOIT SECRETS
Linda Jose, or Dynamite -Girl,
to Reveal Plot Unearthed
by Negro Porter.
CHICAGO. Auc 1 Federal au-
i thorn ics expect to develop inf r-
I t ion concerning the operation of
I rn dica 1 socialistic croups ,n the;
l'nited State together with some of j
the secrets of the Italian "Rlaek j
Hand" organizations and their s i- ;
pected relation with (Jerman propa- j
candists through th trial of fia-;
Prielle Gio-e. the ' dynamite ?irl," i
alias KUa Antolini. alias Linda do.-e.
which will open here soon. The fill
was arretted here in .fanuary. j
charged with transporting hi-'h -- '
plosie in interstate commerce wi'h-
out taking proper pre a tit ions speci
fied in the federal law.
The story which Miss Ijoe is ex
pected to tell on tin stand will con-
1 cern M pounds of hicli power dyna-
rl-tectie and broueht about The'
cirl's arrest; the murder, apparently;
by conspirators of the husband of
the woman who befriended her, and I
the tracie tab- of a loeless inarriace i
j and a faithless "affinity" w ho fUticefs
! say uae her the dynamite with in-
stru'tion. to bring it roue.
Oabrielle ;;o-e was bot n m Italy
but wa brought to th- i'nitOfi Stat -while
still an infant. She mm ed
with hu pr. rents thruch the ind
trial ditricis of the southland New
rng'aid. eoming finally to Yo.mgs
town. '.. -v h i"''. ;it the a" of 1".
she wa - marro'd ihrouch the ottv-.-v
f her parent- t- a man she did not
'l'e.
..it: wintfi -l' left th- f.itri
f Vn iit.-inttii w b.'ti sh f ! wi !o''
jand ran .'wa- another man. a
j friend of h r hi.s-'and. Accoid.ng
1 to the authont.-.. it w a this nan
w ho give ;i-r the rh n.iiiiitr ' at
S'teubenv ill . ' .. Old told h'T to
bring it to i'h;ago. she f her
b. on the station p'. it form at
s'e ibem and. alrho.h he he-
j apnt n'onths in ;a;i sure that tn.i-.
1 no word lias -om e from l:iii. nor
ha the effort.- of federa 1 .perati . e
to ioca'c him o-on :n a n w a , Mr.
cessf.ji. They 'mvi-n him to be
j ither a pohti'al farirtti or an en -
e;n agent.
I'ortcr lirnipr Plot,
It wa-
P'il'm.iii j.orte;- who
If.i t ;.oti. e,j something i
; about I
th.
lit i as. a r i e i 1 m ai vi- d He
had not en allowed to :.ft it ti
the train il- hau rmtif ed That ':.
girl new-. f: ,: . -. en tor- jet m-,.,s.
S'o , t;ms h- offered to too' it
h-r. ! it u t;n,- sii- i -f.i-d.
' ; n t; j 1 . , ; , p e i i o ' ' '.If -i I j . in
h " '.f(,i s h .
(Mm
Hi-ol at any rice. (tton ood .ire hich in ro?t. In ir-neul
can't ,cet as large quantities m" anv goods as e -.cant, and e can't see
vhere prices 'vill get an;. Iv.ccr 1 1 r months and m.intlis perhaps
years. Candidly, this is the Mtuation :oda.
Our heavy purchases made a year ago have tortunately placed u
in a position to complete the plans laid out Mime time ac. viz. i, hold
tor the tirst time an advance sale ot" winter garments m August. The
results have b:en mnt gratifying.
Our August Advance Sales of Winter
Coats, Suits and Furs
is a decided success, and to those who purchase now, t'nev will iv
assured not only of a .suitable garment to wear when the time come-,
but at a savin sr from the later higher prices.
Spedal Note You can make vour selections n
posit of 2.S per cent and the
We store the garments free
when wanted.
Our August Blanket Sales is
Buying Blankets in August is just as essential as buving vour winter's mipp1
coal yes. even better, because you are getting the best
price.
BOOKKEEPER
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search of opportunity.
A ! Mi- , i
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!
i oth car doors acainst intruder, and
' ".itn.mie,!" info the suit a.e. When
h saw what it contained he called
, e , o
r.d
w n o o r i ; r r e d the
p aj.se leu wnere it was aria not:ne,i
-the 'hicago authorities.
j (Jabnelle was an esteci as she
j -teppr-a r,ff th' tram here
She tirst
': ' t e;n pf o, t,, kiCK he s,.f rh- nd
( xplode t lie rl na in ie m ,t h
r '.a ;::
fatal effe- ,m far as sh-. '.he r
and hundreds of r, 'nnd r wt-r-
, or. re med --a nd then drew u
w,;ve;, intend r.g i.e v.-iii ;
'hf dei -c. i -s nnd tb.-n fej
if. S b. e w ,i s i, i i ... ,ve; .-d a r.d
:.. ke n -efoj ,. a t "n .t-d State
. In lit i i m ! i . s ; , , r 4- " 'no
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ot the scarcity . iri od ?
Let u tell 'ii ,i w'i". sin.Ul ;ir: o nur exrw-rij V, ; ) .
in the u-hole.iL' mar k et. aiui u the manutactiirer- . : .;
dic. W e've uj no end ir'iiMe .citing utticient .ut,: , . .
ow; pay down
balance weekly or monthly as vnu
of charge and have them readv
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