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THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES i 3p Iii 1 I MI;! "HODISl. Tir-I N M':-. nt. Il"r Henry L.. I'lfl. putor. c;?i n "". in g at Ü 0 i. in. lij srr.w i at .- h iU.; I.l:cr r. AL-ra-t hT. fc ' . im'. :rnt,. fel. I"ui Mrtunrial--V:f j t n n J I. rorte aTa Iter. .Pia,.. 1. (iir.ili.ir. 1) j " tV"t r. ":':: t. 'd it h. in M.'.n'iV ' ' ";.,! ';-3' v.:"''. ..1 Li rr II., j.:- - i . t .r 7 II. -r:t .J-." K. . r-. ; . :,r 7 . . -.-r- : .f Llrv." ,.r "l.T.H.t . .-f W! !; it AM-S. Al !;"." I!,- .-i ...!! j'l ! .., f,i..4.. .v tA,. n. ti. . j t:-,-- I T! f,r r.f":i ;n;-, ..' v. , J "XUe Haw Jüan Ii; u.d " f Orar ,rii-r h.zir a!! Tutt ts. : Iter. lt.c&arl II '.--,.. r. .;.at-.r. :., ' rriet-t.c? at 1- ':' . n. .jrulay ' 2iOfI ,"t '.':- a ra ; i SV!..t ::. 1... , ;-cr;t;t nd'-n t. Lowll Height -Mir,- nnl I ran ! ts Kev. ; u y 11 l.la k. putor. 'r.i'Jir actooi at 'J .I5 a. ta. ; 11. C. I lo. uperiDten-leLit. Trtnlly I'.Ialn nnd Va-vir at Ir. Welf'.n C- Hunt. as tor IK,1 n hu-.i nt a. m. ; lludoipti Kiltie. o Hug nai'er iatendf nt, Epworth leiropInJ Co'rier I.lnoln way V. nn l n;u. .t. i; v. r u t SniUiT, J .1 s t r. .vii:;liv - -1 . .. at J :.' a n.: U.en riunfj, sn;, r i r t ij ls-ii t. TT. e rejular iif rrtir. and cu-ncis -rv-l'lA will l. ia ;iir;- f t'i- i, w j- .s t-"r. ILct. Ut-jrgf: uif'-r T hafiVftt-. lud. Mai MemorUI Mi'lilRin ind Vlrtorla -j ats. ItT. A. V. I'. a bits. rn9t tr. Suu Jay arbool at 10. Of) a. m ; A. Katteid.t-ary. uperlotendeat. KUer rrk S-vrnt!; -t . F-.uth f ?Uaaw aka av. Kt-v. ;. I.. K:ilis i..-t'-r. Sunday tv?.-, ! at '.:., a. ai. ; i i 11, I.. V df. sap-! int-n,! nt I'Ublif wri,;p ;ii !:..?. n. :-. p. rr. Lpw.jrth 2 - t r 1 1 - l-vt i.ü . 1 ri - , le .at ':: p. in.; Nil M. ir.-w . j.i.h- 1-lfKt l'raycr ii!--tiu t-iti - !.ty at ! p. ra. j Cerm.n-Larayctte bird, and Wajma ! t lier. Ii. S. MlUer. patoi. Sunday '. arbocl at D:ri) a. rc. : John K.a-h. .,. . Intendent. lTeartmiK at 10:.'V) a. nt an! j 750 p. m. tpworta leiKa.. nt 7 p. in. x layer iuriU -.iL,. B iay ai P- m- AVe'Ieyan 722 F.. T'. road way. L.-v. C. Payne, pastor. Sunday s' h-i I :,t '.'. : A. is. Jr. M. Porter. mip 1 int. -nd at. FREE METHODIST. Fre MethAfilat Pennsvlranla at. anl Huä t. Itev. W. K. U'et-nter. p.it' r. Sunday Action) at U :3J a. ui.; Puul 1 ' Neldtzel, a uperlnfendpnt. PreatLlns at 10:ZO a. m. and 7 .:) 1 m. KUer Pirk--Pourte nt!i and Vine sts. v. H. P. 1 1 1 f L. ... k. p.i.st-r. Sund. iv ). at 1: a. 111. ; Mrs .Nikar.l. Atsperlnteml'-nt. 'I;i ia--tin at II:1" a. in.; William Whtt.ik.-r. h-ader. Lvenlrj; woishia with n-rin.a lv flie Tutor nt utor nt 7:r,i f'd' k. Praj.-r in. --tin J s t lnf Liy ovHiin. AFRICAN M. E. Olivet A. SI. C 310 W. Monrr. nt. Rev. A. T. Headdlntr, p.intor. CI.ias mept lr.c at 10.00 a. m. .Sunday shtol at 1-..) p. rn. ; HeT. L1I P. Stewart, super !..le ndeat. Taylor'a A. M. r.. Zon Corner Pd iy and Caoipau et.s. llcv. L. 1'. PowlL p.ietor. The pastor will pr.-i, h at ,ta s' -v-i 8. ui'Tiii!! and i-M'i.in.. A ia!l ia r nae. tiu with an old fahi-.n 'd l-asit-t tne-tinr will l.e h.-hi Sund iv, u. t. I-".. The raid!.- is invit.-d f., a:- and A' ad tlio day; W'r-!i; and t ike üTine, with us. are l""ki:, forward t' r: at su- ' -s 'n mir rin -'.nt--t . t. !" and '."pe the in.-nih.-rs nad friends will Pay d-s from tl:e I'di'S that ar la the ont.f. Se prii.-a iu v Lhann'a wlndo. PRESBYTERIAN. Fir! Corner WnsMnjton av and La fajtne Llvd. Kev. Charles A. Lipnin cott. I). D.. pastor. Miss Charl dte M. Partridge, assistant to the u.luiter. Trinity .T."hn S. I.urns, pitor on la:.' A. P. Saui ders pist r .,11 duty. Sunday s-h.'oi at y :;;o a. in.; P. P. French, Auperintead.-nt. Communion nervi'-. at In: I." a. t.i. All iu-mlrs arc carin-.-t'y ur-e.l to att.-r.-i. C. ' iiu-eti:; at '.:" p 1.1. At iiH-eti:; at '.:b p t.i. At 7.'' l f a... patriotic program mHh, ;n: 1 v s'h;:h and reaiin'i. Mid,A..k s.-rvi. j V.ei itcsday at .) p. m. M ettnlnter S--o tt ami I.indey sts Rev. Alfred M. P. -IK 1 I, pastor; n-s-1der,r. ".. S.-..tt t Sun,! iv a.-tt.iol at fto a. m : L. c. Whit .-.ai!. 'up.-ria- tendent. Put. Ho w-.-Inp at 1: a. in. and t :;i.) p m. I he s. si n i.i. t ts 1.- fore th mrniiic seri. S.na.r l.u tleavor s iety n.eets at 0 .''. p. at Hope Leer and Htyton sts Rev. Tlev rj:? W. Al'.isoa. R. 1 , ulnit-r. Rib! ac Loo I at ft :;0 a. in.; rrank Kettring, superintendent. llrunier- Rev. Harri- ; astor. Sunday A h -l At 1:4" a .u Pi in- worship at p:45 a. in. every Sunday. l. cry bod) v elcon.e. BAPTIST. First - Ferrer Main and W." yn R v. '' S I 'avis. 1 1. 1 . p..s. r i it-n e 211 W. Va n- st. Pi! '.. at ft.:'.! a. ra ; C. S. :.;:.. t. nd.-nt. I i'. s ill j Mori: 1 a s.- r v i . at 1 . i" j. . t : "L.-f I - I.. :.. I T I "e R . ;.!. a d" people's Ir e. t!:- ;,t ' '" K.-r s J. - at 7 ." : " I ' We. In. j da at ." ; : : ' : . " i. !. i i ; .: i t ICK". (Jitlnry vtrret- Tt-. fo-: rg- P P-jfeT-tine. f..mtr. Saad.iy s hi at 1 :." a. ni. : J. W . Read i;.. t :peri: t- n d. r,i M-Tiun w.-rb-p u .' :. s t ; 1 i t r at 1" v s. : :;. a tl-.':: : " I !. '' Man Who Paib- I to I: ; r " C :- : itiUn i.-ii ' 1 t . ' I t ... 1 , .- ! P.. V . P. 1 r . ts .: ., i:. n. r ; ' . c- j a.- w r . i. i.t 7:'" 'lie t . v ; r'albd .'. M1 '' ; i' ' "i r:: t :.- it: i. t V .-rv b e. Huoprltn Corner V n M : t n Ch-rry st Rev R Pert, !.. pat r. ' j ar j I 1 Ir.t wf,!l!t Corner Laurel .ml;' s: Morning tounty Jail. K:W); S"Q- Naptrr sts. servt es at 10 T a. ni and ; d v - Lu-d. 2 ::0 : pea air servb e, 7:.:0; 7.0 p. ru. j '.:" r -ervive. s:3.-. Prayer meeting Mt. ..n V.. I R ; - - ; Capt -NcLcrnUi Htuj ki. cliicer in S- r..' O v ' . ... : t 'I .1 ., i - , . r i all CHRIS riAN. . I lrt S Mam st.. o :b'lc v 1 R :.- . 'A e li, rir. I: J -. : 1 M.tid. : a! .- . 1 ruia-.l s. ,pe:;i. :.:-.; r are t ra n" i aal 1--s L.e , !- f r all ;i . V . " : .; t I.!;..- : '.,.,: ' t . Tr. " 1 v.r.. .' s. : :i f ' i;. . i .. j ; :!. u : Indian Atrnue !:.', ats. Rev V, A Rr.:a t l-n e. 2" 5 II i'.ey ,n 'J . 't a :a. ; W . p. t. :. : ' ! d Hi:,-. Pre !,.- "; r t ( , t w 1 : : a ; c r I SI c , s. s pr.-.o : .: i r p I.: !j s ; ..toi v. . - p I.insien Aei;ue l,urli Id cd "a iv. and I'sriii'.' -t. ar t '.it e p i: r. I r- , a. r.. aad 7 .1 p :u Sua B.r.'i a iu CLr:t.j:: P.: b f ( hriat - i : : ; . i - :-C at P." ! -.y I. - 1 at iT.r .t o..;.j p. m EVANGELICAL ASSOCIATION. Ilroa-luav .',:. L P.r '.' av. R.-r P. i..rf.. 1 .!.d i.s -:,:;. :. .-. 5112 h ''.irr il st 's , !.. -. s 1 ' .- t "o a la ; snri'-l C I ,::;,!., ; r , a ! a ! r. f . bri-tu at l".v..j t;.- i i-: r. s : - he c l'.:.r:.s. auperlafMlent. EVANGELICAL. 7!oi-c, rt;-r Warn an. St. iVter sts I'.oy. Va!'!c!!.ar joneny, patr. !t. I'eter'a C.ermnn 415 TT. Lasalle aT. r.ev. lluzr, lr-Le!f. pastor. Sunday liooi at 'j:f0 a. in.; Carl Kcluke. super-.L'-ri'!r,f. I.f'iilar -rvi,.s at 10:1" a. m. M-(-t-li.- 'f aM i.i' ai',r.s f fiir-i:atio:i at J .. p. in. LUTHERAN. j"olr Trinity ITng-TUTi S'crmna A. 2T1 liiil.iov nt. i:v Alt.ert II. Kpi'rt. p .9rr. Sand.iy r,, at 1:15 a. m ; Ld w ar.J Ttt superintendent. vrvi in .',ar'- ! har-a ...nn.-il at 1.;.. : 1. .V, , v-nf r:r srvif l.'-aue , f j, ,.? ,- i 1 . m.-.-t h . I 1 1 - ;,t s.:,14 ,'- 'Utl'"r V-" H' V;" ""x". ,;,p L,,n;" "(f ,M' Annt' ! ' " ' ;,v' ' h'lr m,,(,U 1 rM:,-v at v ' ' I'- In' c.rori dm ri--fTiUh -C'l.apln and Kerr its. Kev. (itrld O'sr-n. pastor und tv s. ., at .:( a. in. P.ih ' I Hi-- at ;:!.". a. at. Morning j-t-rvi,-.- at l'..".i 1 1 vt-ri i a w rvi :it 7 :''). Maday .1 1 1 r a , ,a t!u- .s-in i r i - f the L. ,:;' Aid uill i.l--. t wit It Mr-i. .ldaa Ki!. .".d S. Laurel -t. 'Mtursday aft- ri 1. "a fti.- L:di'-j' Aid Tuo-ts ia tli par- a u t!i in Ifatlon ff Mrs. . l-":i I 1 i 1 t y NtMiin tno I"r-as S"- ty i.,i.t with Miss J r .-1 Pa-ru. I'-'il . S uiid. T1i ri,nllraiati'ii Hass i:a--t.-t a .turday. St. I'auI'a c;erma;i--Ji: iTf rptl and Wil liam sts. Kev. II. Ilolic. jiisr. der aiHii Kerv're at 1 " a. ni .-uuday aihool, 1- th German Had Lajclihlj at V :30. Lrirlisij .-rvicej. on -"."iid and f "lrtli SiTiiioii jiii!ij-t-t : "(nir Cliiirch Work.' f.'.ia rti-rly ait t-t'a? Sunday at ':".( p. in. Walth.T i-.'Lrue n'otithlv hiislnoss inret ini. Tut sday at S:(H p. in. CHURCH OF GOD OF THE ABRAHAMIC FAITH. CTuirrh ,f Cod of the Abraham Faith. Servi-.A iu Melville hall. 212 S. La fayette Idvd.; Sunday srhool at 10 a. m.. F A. Stils n. suporintf n lent. Prca'hin -.'rvie at 11 : K a. m. and 7:.: p. m. I.y I. P Van Va tor. Ih-ican I 1 n,-ts n Friday ernin with Mrs. Ttittie on S. l'll)Ws" t. VOLUNTEERS OF AMERICA. (Joapel mission. 430 S. ..flehipan at. All Cl-ristian accletiea invited to a hlg open air meetlnjr every Wednesday. Fri day, Saturday and Sunday nzpts. corner U;iynp and Mich: pan street. Old-fashioned prspd meeting at Volunteer mis sion Lall Sunday nighL Kveryhody In vited. All welco'-ne. MISSIONS. MennonUe Hope 521 E. Jefferson blvd. Sunday school at 2:30 p. nx Preaching ut 3:30 p. m. Preaching 3:30 and 7:30 p. m. Senr 1 es every nltfbt except Wednesday Mary Nunetnaker In charge City 115 I. Jefferson blvd. Ray A. IUr.I. superintendent. Sunday school at 3:00 p. ia. iUhie class ut 4:00 p. in. Lx utag vrvice at 7:30. 1 i:.,,.l j'il I.- I u .o 0 or- S;rvlrea n-.i. i,- vV,,.,.. .i -cn.ri rn. lugs at :30. Sunday Achool at 10 :00 a. , ... v. ,.,,. The ProRfSN'',.' Spiiitual societj will hold aervi.'i-- at :30 p iu. every unaay at s. Michigan st.. Redracri'i haV. M.,-e s.-rvi--e. M.-ssae hearers; Mr. .i. ; . Mis. 1 h..inpson. ( . A. 1 1 I: " UI ; s. '11 , . il" Ol, 's,,i4 .IIIIII, ,s. MINISTERIAL ASSOCIATION. Me ts rverv Monday at 10:00 a. ru. at tLe Y. M. C. A. Resident aud visiting ministers always -vei.'m Prestdeat. M ('. Hunt ; i pr. sid-nt. l. . litua; sc-h tary trc;',sui r. C. L. Youiifc.'. ASSOCIATED BIBLE STUDENTS. Wrnin's Club hall, room 221. J. M. S. ii . - l i ... l j i . 1 1 1 1 . ... a building P ( ,i in l Study. "Tla1 Now Crca- 1 I-..M .:..i !. m study, i.evei.ui... s ; i i . . in.: -l.-re re t! i ''. i : P. Johnson. Wednesday I fur- by ( , s -mi i, m Prav. r im-.-tu.g. r"1 i . . s -it. p :m. ; I a !--, a a. le li ol w s. " Jewish. i- ii.iii.'i-(',irnr T.ianlle aV. and lab r st. .Julius Leilert. rabid. I'Ma- s.-rxi -s be.-: a . at il.' a. m. ..,(.-. t -f Rabbi I.e,be;ts sermon - , it. t'ul Isr mi-s Aiart.uei iaei r,,.:., si, :k . ,,,.r.. M:v!i iwaki w','1 be , onflnne.l Se; ,,f i ).,. -.liiolis .-ho,I beiil . " t ia! inusi,- pr.-jr.ini has bee a -, ! M iss h-.r. i I lersher.ow . CHURCH OF GOD. bnnli of (.o, or Saint a Ch 1 pel on ii..rr...... nv .Ii,, lit iok north of Lincoln una iv s a oi ni v . '. a. in. I - -'.. I .-hM iVHkif.M. !Ui'tl.Ul''liUVuU SALVATION ARMY. - -o P .Tr iTersoa hlvd. Sunday serv- - " - IB -' SCIENTIST. I r t (hurih of lhrit. Scientist M . ::. a: 1 .M.i-i is."i sts. San. lay servb ei t ll . -' a a.. lesti.a -nial :i.-:-tstsg t-very ' :; -,.iy .it "s . p ::;. Sunday vie I f : !.;! -,-i an 1 - -ung people to the ..g i ' 2' . fr.-:;; '.'.4.". t.- 1?:3U p. in. Sun ;.v s :,o i ei. trau. e oa MaPs-Q t. i'- ol.. c i ... : t-a-iintaine! by the :...: .. on t l.e s- v eat a t o . r t! M u-r. ar. '-a daily i -pt Sun :..,d vu saturd iy ev.ea- i '. . v fi.--;. 12 P. 1 in - u '. t. EVANGELICAL MISSION. Swedinti f',aui!irl Mn'.n nnd lln ri e a'.s. ;. U nmtfilr, paat-o. ' s . 1 ::t 1 1 : a tu ; Aug;t a i s . ; .11 : .-..'. at. I .; t ' :': r: a .- t :. yreaf s,rv- i w .:: ', i ; ; .,t w ia. u th.. -var.zeiis. ib 'A . P.f I .e.' Will speak ej.pe.-iai:- ' : ' ; . i.s ! . e-..r. -rv. . at 7 :3a ; ' : : '".:i. w p. ! b- rendered t - : -v . . Rev. W. Pa',, r will ' : . ! s . i k . T '.-:.:-. g t'i!i:i;'!. ' t. v 4. at 7 " p la. pt M-n- BRETHREN. rd o..re S P ' C. i: : . i : . , u . : . ;:. ; !'r ,:.k h -.) at Tbl, n ,r i. p. p ai ; i.-d hv Mis P ; i . ; i ; , s--r v a e at Y -.:.-r w ,:i p. ak The , , ,, ... ... ,r. ... t..r i' : : 1 a. t --k . t .ate and sp.-.k-r ;.. ! e ..:.:.... a- -i :.it r iirai-Rev (J. W. Pencil, D. I), pai fiiasrclbei t'-r. 5nr, Iajr a hocl at 9 a. in ; IIirlJ l'lrutoD. u perl n ten don t. I'rlmarj v-b " I mt lit tLe nam hour : MIm iJarKjret Wbltur. ti rxTlDtiidprit- Wor- !. i r with .rrr.nn nt If)-."! .1 tu anil 7 ;' p. nr. tte pastor prearhlcg. Urtt f luirrti of tb Urethren Indian t and Miami at. He. T. I", üeorfe. raster. SuoJaj mrbool at 9:30 a. m.: P. O. Stnhlj. uperlDtexlent. Sron.l t l,nrrh of tUm Itmihr!! .-.Lli n I Van U.irrn M.. Sunday nfrf n- ilemortal Lnlted 010 F. St Jopb t Kev. I. II. Yohds. paat-r Gordon. ui,rli.tn:i-nt rrnin worsJilp nt V:'.7. Spo 111 muir. .-rmon t.v th pastor. SuhJ.-t: :.l r i 1 11 rt 1 Ardr." O. i:. nt G::;i. 31 l'J Mrn. L. K. r.mhman. It "ill -i : ndllicht ni--tiiiz Kvenin nervi-.- nt 7 j-JT . i:aM,i will pr a' h oa "Sti-w arl!ii r rf Life." OfTi.-ial b..ir.I niet Mondav 'venln?. l'raver rvii.o dn-d ay t-v-nlnc EPISCOPAL. Pt. Jimn'-Lnfay-tte at., north of Washington lit. Kev. JLn llazea White. rettr; Ker. H Lverett Carr. llol v f oiam union tit 7 :.".u 11. rn. "hur' h s hi,i nt li:t.1 a. ni. Holy i uHiarit and -riiii.ii by P.Ish.tp White at 11:X) a uj. sprs nt o: p. m. CATHOLIC. Sacred Heart. Notre Dame Rev. John B. S heier, C. S. C. oastHT. Loiv inas it C: a. in. Students' mas at S:00 a. m. Parish mass at 10:15 &. in. espers ot 1: ro p. ni. M. .teplien II untjarlan Thomas and M'-Pherscn jts. Lev. Lawrence Hor vath. astor. Mass at ":" and 10:1." a. ra. Sunday Ad.ool at 2 :t) p. tu. Hen eiiotlon at 3:C0 p. in. St. l'Atrlck'A Z01 S. Taylor At. Rev. John F. HeGroote. C. S. C.. pastor. Low inuf-se at (:'). 7:0 and ft :X) a m High inass and sermon at 10:3d. Paptisai at 2:C) p. rn. Vespers at 3:30 p in. Sun day school at 3:00 p. rn. Meeting of cburcli fcorleth-s at 4:00 p rn. St. HeJnlge'a Polish Corner Sentt nnd Napltr t-ts. Rev. Anthony Zubowicr.. C. S. (.'.. pastor. Low :naM at 7 :'M. D'.W and 10:0) a. m. rlnlay s:hool at 2:'J0 p. in. P.-: nedlctlon at 2 :20 p. m. M. l-tnUlau' Pollah 13 N. Lincoln St. llcv. P. nnan M irlnrik. pastor. Maai at 7:30. ft and 10:C0 a. m. St. Mttr (ierniMn 431 S. Taylor St. Kev. J. M. Schere r. C. S. C. pastor. Mass at 7:30 and 10:00 a. in. Suuday school ut i:3D p in. Uenedhtloa at 3:W p. ra. fct. Caalmlr'a PolUh !s21 S. Ueustct st. Kev. Stanislaus (Jorka. pastor. Low u:nss at 7:30 a. in Hlh mass at 10:00 a. ru. Vespers at - :0O p. na. jU Joseph's Hill st. and Lasalle av. Patrick J. Carroll. C. S. L. pa&tor. Low ina.s.sei at 7:30 and 9:1 a. m. High mats at 10:00 a. ui. Ptnedi-.tion at 3.0) p. m. bacred Heart Belgian 1120 W. Thora es st. Rev. Charle . bischer, pastor. Mass at 7 : aad :30 a. m. Sunday school At "J-30 p. in. benediction at 3:W p. in. St. Mary of the Holy Rotary, Polish National Catholic ltv. iJasll Sycbta. pastor. Sundays: First mass at s.Ou a. a,. ; hißh mnsri and sermon at 10:0U a. in.; Sunday school at 2:00 p. m. Hoosierriom Subscribes Only 76 Per Cent of its Quota Thus Far, Report. INDIANAPOLIS. Ind-. Oct. 5. Liberty loan headquarters tonight Will H. Wade, director of isalea for thit soction of Indiana lyinJn th soonth federal rcs'-rve district, an nounced the state total as $82, SI 3, 100. which is 76 per cent of the state's quota. Outride of Marion county the state has per cent of its quota reached. White county reported "over" today and is the fifteenth county in the honor list. Marion county's estimated total is somethin?: more than 50 per cent of . ,.Uutl nf $23.100.000. In that 11 1 . . , . . e,tinn nf the state lvine in the eiu'hth federal reserve district, Van derburp: county completed it quota of J6.3CS.000 at a spirited meeting of loan-workers at Kvansville today C. U. CHURCHMEN SHOW PATRIOTISM SIITM.RYVILLK. Ind.. Oct. 5. At t10 rmnual conference of the Chris- T.nlrt r.)orohosi of Indiana to- - day at Kays Crossing, the followmiT , folution endorsing the ronilrik' united war work campaign was unanimously a 1 opted: "Hcsolvei. that we appreciate and rrnv Cod's- abundant Me.-sintr upon - u0.l IMf e en ui,iiiu.,uiuii.- ,n I.. ....x.. war worK campaign umim wimi work in our army an! navy at home and abioa.l. We furthermore heartllv endorse the united war workers' campaign for a budget to cover the worlc of all theso organizations." Kev. J. C McMullen, Y. M. C. A war worker. Mho acted as moder ator nt the conforene, made a short a.hlross explalr.insr the activltleA of all seven organizations who will take part !n th eomNne! lrive. W A M E GIFTED WOMEN TO CHEER UP TROOPS N'KW VOKK. Oct. '.. Socially if'r.l v.Tirr. colloire jrradu.ntes of the highest pronal character, are be in.: t ecrttited to cheer tip con v.i !-c-nt American soldiers nhroad .- tr,' Ir-te'-'collrrr'nte committee op. women's war work abroad, rep i..v:!ir more than 1nfx collcre. which hfbl : r.-,nferene- here todav. The American Km1 Crop o-pr.-td n need for additional hos jdt.al hut workers and nurses' aid -.':.. the cd'ece women will do thir sliare. it was stat!. In helping to suprlv them. Already ninny colics: women have sono abroad as secretaries-, motor drivers nnd trained s.'-cial workers. Till: COAL THAT MAKi: YVAHM I'uii:ms K. M. Special Lump and Keg. In diana's ery best coal. Quality and service rv i r motto. KNCtHLOt'K MARTIN. c 8 7o U' Iv sV'--r. W. N.T!n. av Hell II, Horn r.540 -Adv. 8366-10 IDIfti TOTAL IS $82,813,180 NEXT YANKEE RIVE-TO HIT Teuton Front Already Weak ened by Surrender of the St. Thierry Plateau Big French Force Ready. WASHINGTON, Oct. The ap pearance of American troops in yes terday'.1? liifhtins west of the forest of Arponne suj;e.sted to some ob servers here the possibility that a new French concentration is in prog ress and a new blow is to be expect ed at any moment. The natural place for the stroke, it was said, ap pears to be the Kheinis front, whero the German lines have already been weakened by the surrender of the St. Thierry plateau. The elimination of the poeketoc cupied by the Germans just east of II heim, it was arfrued. is already threatened by the Franco-American advances yesterday on the heights northwest of Montbois and the sim ultaneous forward movement of the Fren-'h northwest of Kheims. On the latter sector the enemy is withdrawing closely pursued, and the advancing French line is now well out into the open ground north of Rheims. Comparatively little ad vance on the two wiriKs of this pocket, it is thought, should force a hasty evacuation. YnnKs Near Voiiziers. Th Franco-American thru.'t is rearing Vouziers. a rail junction of importance to the enemy. On the other side of the Rheims sector the French already are on the Aisne in the vicinity of Rerry-au-Rae and the pinching out of the pocket probably would permit extension- of the line along the general course of the Ai'-ne-.uippes rivers to a juncture with tho Franco-Americans in the high ground between these two rivers. Tt is pointed out that there are no positions or heavily wooded ground to impede the occupation of the Aisne line for a considerable distance. The establishment of the French on this front would outflank the en emy positions in Lion from tlu southeast, precisely as the Rritish smash toward the Oiso .valley from north of St. Quentin Hanks both St. Gobain forest and Kaon from the northwest. The result of a successful squeeze operation against the Rheims pocket therefore, is full of promising pos sibilities to some otficers, for the en emy would no sooner extricate his forces from this menace than he would find himself in an exactly similar trap on a wider front to the north. Mows Cora ins I cry where. Whatever Marshal Foch may be planning, there is every reason to expect immediate blows on various sectors, in the opinion of observers here. Tt is now obvious that the ad vance of Maj. Gen. Liggett's army along the Meuse has been halted under orders from supreme heal quarters and not for lack of power to go ahead, for in that case American troops would not have been avail able for employment with the French west of the Argonne. Appar ently the far reaching plans of thf supreme commander were satisfied by the progress made by the Ameri cans in the first three days of their rush. The Americans now are en gaged in local operations on this front until the development of the battle along the whole front again calls for a thrust in this vital sector of tne enemy's position. The stubborn resistance of the Germans before the Rritish north of St. Quentin was taken as clear evi dence of the danger to the whole German scheme of retirement car ried by this thrust. In the same way. repeated counter attacks on the Relgian front showed the men ace seen by the German high com mand In further progress north ward by this movement around Roulers. Presumably heavy German reserve forces have been concen trated at the?e two points to meet the danger. The time .seems ripe for smashing attacks at other points weakened necessarily by withdrawal of reserves to make these concentra tion?. The outstanding feature of the whole allied campaign ha been the wonderful flexibility of the forces, the rapidity with which whole armies can be moved from sector to ector. appearing on new fronts al most overnight. The enemy has been surprised repeatedly and a hr part of the credit for the al lied advance, it is believed here. Is due to the fact that increasing pre ponderance of men and material, supplemented by a vastly superior motor truck equipment have re stored the element of surprise to battle strategy. German military critics have com mented envioulv recently on the speed with which Marshal Foch has been able to move l.arrre forc-s back prd forth behind hN front, admit f'r.g that lack of motor trucks has r. reverted the G rmnn levler from matching hi mo, p-j. Allied superi ority in that regard is ir.rreiMr.'s daily as American trop ar.,1 trucks pour into France. SUGGEST WILSON AS MEDIATOR IN CHINA RKKIN. Wednesday. Oct. 2. The s:: -cestion thi' ''rfs't Wilson be in vited to med.au between r.'-rth and south t'hir.a :- r.ade by a Pekirt newspaper. ".rr-rica having invited China to follow its example In aligning airainst the n'ral powers." M DOWNS HIS EIGHTH HUN ; Jß7 ,...-,1! Sci&s Robert I IMC JL&& LH.L ;r:. i r:mm- "Made t - : . " ' - .... . x I ' ',-'.::w. . " . . . ' - V' v. ? . , - . ; ; j I . :',yf '- lv ; 1 1 TCUTTJTi vr-r j ncrN da e vi r I-ieut. Karl Rickenbacker. the for mer American auto speed kir.i:. now flying with the American forces in France, his shot down his eighth enemy plane north of Verdun, ac cording to a report from the front. Rickenbacker'.- propeller was riddled with bullets and he was barely able to land safely in a field near Verdun, i C.J. SMITH OK D Was Here Three Weeks Ago to Attend Mother's Funeral No Word Yet. Cecil Joseph Smith. IS. of South Rend. was aboard the L S. S. Her man Frasch Thursday when the ship was torpedoed by a German submarine, but whether the South Rend boy lost his life, or is among the survivors is still in doubt. W. W. Smith. 1102 S. Michigan st.. received a letter from his son a week ago saying that he was going to sail on the Frasch, and the next word the father received regarding his son was that the ship on which he had sailed h.nl been torpedoed and sunk. The son was in South Rend three weeks ago to attend Iiis mother's funeral. He enlisted at the Great Tikes naval training station April 8 of this year, anl was sent from there to the Hampton Roads navy i yard. He made one voyage across the Atlantic safely during the sum mer. He has a brother. Ted C. Smith, who is with the American expeditionary forces in France. ALIEN ENEMY IS DEPUTY FOOD CHIEF AT EVANSV1LLE, IND. FVANSYIRLi:. n.l.. Oct. ä. A ! soldier for five years in the German arm, Conrad Grein. 72 1 Garfield av.. an alien enemy, is now serving as deputy food administrator of Vandenburg county. according to his questionnaire tiled with the loc;l board of the third division. He is employed at the Parsons Scoville wholesale grocery, of which Food Administrator Parsons is manager. Mr. Parson.- sai1 Grein is an effi cient clerical man and for that reason he appointed him deputy food administrator. When Mr. Far sons i.s alsent from the city, Grein acts in his place. U. S. SUPPLY SERVICE REACHES HIGHEST MARK WITH THi: AMKRICAN ARMY IN FRANCn. Oct. .". The Ametl can supply service reache! a new hush mark in September. over topping its August record by 1 d pr cent. American ports Tnml'cd a daily average of 2;..0S tons of freight. There also was a gratifying it-, crease in rolling stock and there ,nw are more than 1.00 American hctm.' t i r s- in operation, while the ! number of freight cars is more thin jln.onri. This rolling stock is ill t used in the reat system of trans- ! porting mm and supplies to the ! front. Munitions and other material fre now pouring to the front in an er.d less stream. FINAL CHECK SHOWS 20 KILLED -IN WRECK 'LEVI-: LA NF. O.. Oct. .'.Final check of the dead and injured in the accident at the Interstate En gineering plant at Redfcrd. a sub urb, yesterday, in which a Pennsyl vania flyer crashed throach a crowd of workers, shows that i'o men were ! killed outright. three others are f i robablv fatally injured, and several j more of the 17 others injured may lie. Rack of safety appliance at the place where the accident occurred pre Mamed by Coroner Byrne for the a ci'l'-rit. . Federal, state and i local investigations will be instituted at once, it is stated. 1'Ot'M) GCIITV OF SEDITION. PHILADELPHIA. Pa. Oct 3.- , i I Joseph V. rstiison. .-ecrvtarv. and Jo- i i j eph Sukys, business manager of th ; ! "Va. a Lithuanian language r.ws : p.iper, were convictel today in the ! '"nite.l States (iistrict ( ourt V't-re on rnarges: or piütio:). i ney v ere found guilty on two courts, con--.piracy to violate tbe espdohage act end with obstructing recruiting. You Can Help Keep the Huns from Getting Money to Carry on This War or Commit Others, by Buying Goods "Made in U. S. A." Come to tili 5- "Made in Li. S. A." event, see the -.vondenul variety of merchan dise from the best mills and factories in every state, and observe the smart style, the clever workmanship, the sterling quality of every article. These are the things that, before the war, influenced Europe, South America, etc., to buy four billion dollars worth of merchandise from the U. S. A. every year. Help boom American industries by supplying vour needs from this tine merchandise "Made in U. S. A." 1 mm f s7-?5VfiJ j' To that end these definite rules have been made by the Coun cil of National Defense. That retailers must not employ extra help for holiday business to conserve labor. That normal working hours be maintained to conserve fuel. That the bulk of gift purchasing be spread over October and November to avoid congestion of traffic. That customers carry lightweight parcels that gasoline and oil may be saved. That facilities be perfected to secure shipment of gifts in October and November and thus avoid later postal and railroad congestion. BAD BREATH Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets Get at the Cause and Remove It Dr. Edwards Olive Tablets, the sub etitute for calomel, act gently on the bowels and positively do the work. People afflicted with bad breath find quick relief through Dr.. Edwards' Olive Tablets. The pleasant, susar-coated tablets are taker, for bad breath by all who know them. Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets act gently but firmly on the bowels and liver, stimulating them to natural action, clearing the blood and gently purifying the entire system. They do that which dangerous calomel dees without any of the bad after effects. All the benefits of nasty, sickening, priping cathartics ar; derived from Dr. Edwards Olive Tablets without griping, pain or any disagreeable effects. Dr. F. I.L Edwards discovered the formula after seventeen years of prac tice among patients afflicted with bowel and liver complaint; with the cttendant bad breath. Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets are pure ly a vegetable compound mixed with olive oiU you will know them by their olive color. Take one cr two every right for a week and note the effect. 10c and 25c per box. All druggists. I HARRY LYERRICK Funeral Hm 6713 ""hxpl Ambnluir SPEEDY AMERICAN OUTWITS HUN AIRMEN WITH THE AMERICAN ARMY north we. st of verdfn. oct. : With his airplane riddled by ma chine gun bullots and hemmed in by Oerman machine.., Aviator Ted Haight of New York city yesterday pretended to be o it of commission and lamled within th- German lines-. Aftr hurri-dly rtpairr.g Iiis d.un-s-ged machine lie ascended a n 1 ivot back to Iiis own ,ine, sue -cessf iliy dodging the astonished Germans on the ground ar.d in "lie air. The (Her man airplanes: pursued him but were not quick enough to catch the pi. :rz American. 4 C.ni OF THANKS. We Tfcish to tn-ink frier..!- and r.(-:j,'hl,or for their kir.dner-s and sympathy .-hown daring the lath t . our dearly belo' eti s-.n; also the N Y. C. brs and American Rai'.wav E .pres b.vs; also h' ir.e guard an 1 Rev. I--. Gardin-r; alo for th 1 e.iu tif ".! rioral ot'rrlr. s Mr :-t.d Mrs. Reynolds an 1 fan -i'y. Adt. Srsr-; sop, Store opens 8:30;closes 5:30 Sat to 9:30 p. m. in U. S. A. Your Government requests you to do your Christmas Shopping Now Now öpS First Open rfsaxSt Day I Come to the New Store A new fresh line of the season's very choicest Lacies, Ready to Wear and Millinery Every price and garment selected with a view to mak ing a favorable first impression on South Bend patrons. 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