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.MONDAY EYEXIXC, OCTORi;K 21. 101. THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES PARIS HOLDS LOi CELEBRATION Great Demonstration, First in French Capital Since War Started, Not Interfered With by Rain. . AH IS, 0-t. 1; 1 V.'.t ri M-.th':--... --:.! unabated by a ....urir.g nun. Paris s....,1 1 . , . , , , . 'i-rr.-(ft) : r,. 1 1 on or IVench towns frn th" r:'n;v r.d the opening of a ct n. p.i i-ri f"r th" nv j nun; - n A t I Of vith th' .11; .f Ml : : -t m u.tty ' in is .faI"-l a iar.i-1" of throuch th" vtr'-'-t-. T!:-y v.rc f ! - , lowed by H' U'.a:,--. Hi a;i;-i r,s .ai.-l Hritish, ar. i l y ;r-'-'r..-. wiio h 1 ti ai - x-:v"d in I'ari ti.:s n.-. i.;-.:; from th" Macclor.l.i :j fn nt. l'oh-h. T'Tta - ZU". S'-rhi.in ar(.J 'z -rn-Slova k oIdir also n ein in Ii;.". A .nhscription booth f"r th" !o:: n . i n? l."fn yd. -1 fed in..!., i.o T, .!.-:., 1 ! of the Hatue of tli" . lty of in ! ! colds mmm S Dr. Kind's New Dlscovciy relieves them snii keep you oin on the job Fifty continuous vcarti of alrr.ost unfailing checking ana rcücyir; couhi, colds and kindred rufTcrinj 13 thj proud achievement cf Dr. King'a New Discovery. Grandparents, father?, mothers, the kiddies all have used and are using it as the tafest, surest, most pleasant-to-talce remedy they know of. Sold by all drutKs. 60c and $1.2?. . Keep Bowela On Scheduls Late, retarded functioning thrcv, the whole day's duties out of r-r K?ep the cystcm cleansed, the tite lively, the stomach staunch w:t' Dr. King's New Life Pills. Mild an Icruc in action. Soli everywhere. 25c WITH BUSIES All Theaters Closed Temporarily NOTICE! AFTER NOV 1, THE CASTLE THEATER WILL BE UNDER THE SAME MANAGEMENT AS THE LASALLE AND WILL BE CONDUCTED ON THE SAME HIGH CLASS PLAN. MANY THEATER MAN AGERS THROUGHOUT THE COUNTRY ARE TAKING ADVANTAGE OF THE CLOSED PERIOD TO RENOVATE AND REDEC ORATE THEIR HOUSES. IT IS NOT NECESSARY TO DO THIS AT THE LA SALLE FOR THE HOUSE WAS JUST RECENTLY GONE OVER, WITH FRESH COATS OF PAINT AND WITH THE PAINTED CEMENT FLOORS, LEATHER SEVTS AND EXHAUST FAN VENTILATION IT IS INVITING AND SANITARY. ieä zfiwnitute Ca Patriotic I The govern ment asks you to do your Christ Sale mas shopping now. During this mammoth sale vc arc are showing unmatchable bargains in each department. 1 1 CiZI Y.l H : rvf!j; LJJPi mm n t j i. lopueparimeiu Oir.rlJtj Ii: e vi Toxs, all f-pecl.ilr. r-riJi tor sale. 1 O PI !o f'orlo:'. Th statue 4 I ji fot rcl with wreaths and bou- Ü, 'pjpts of fdffcrt HM !'( Day During War. Td'J.Ty was th'- br-t f"t day th.it Paris has observed .inre th; war be- j can' On aroour.t of rece nt events ! ti the front the Joan has been chris- b n-d the "Liberation lorn." j It was plann"! to hrinu' to I'.. r.s j th'- thou.v.uidrf of yountr recruits .T j Th, f"üwl' cr-sunltb-J rr r-;rt-d th- 'las'-- of 1:J0, but th ,j-intr. r ; ;-.v tl." . ..inai.m.Üii- K'M..r.il .,f tli.- Ai.icr fr orn .v-j.ar.iph influenza e"rMpdied j ' :,tl 1 t iwii t ry f'r -s : Ki'.b-d in --th- :.'i!hoi;tirs to roam: th.ir pi it.,. J fi"1' '"'--'i.' i" h. ti..n. :, ; v...n.bM. Th" recruits takii.tr put in th- J.a- ;rrf," '"t.-rialn...! - -11 of dis-.... r;iP t, l iy w-ro Hunt-! to the Pan: j iv. , ;',;!. tly vv.in,W.l. :;o7. Total. i;,K;i'"-r of th If. f rla.v. 11. ; Thousands huddled under um- !rri - is g.ith'-red in th Place d" u , '.- n -oi! v.hb h rr .'--emM.-! a tninia- j tnr- htk". Th- youthful recruit '-ft ...... , . , i , . ;." fain" in ior loiui cn'Ting ani n th'- p..;d" patiently awaitt-d the 5" cinnirg of th speeches, exvlri ni-- i::.r l-antr-riiitf. witty rflii.irks, a tail. .li.-tinu'.siiffl looking. !i'.t"-haii cl i.mii v. as s-'!i fjrcin? his vay to- v.- . r I the hti.n.l. A polic-'tr.an iiait' ! , him. j Mayor Ilrntlvos Ovation. I "I am thf mayor of .Mile." saul Jth". man simply. It -v;n .1 I."S ill". who arriw-d uj.Jj.-r.iMMl. lit r C'.-i; d j s i h an ovation as n- t r wan wit- ri".-srl b"forr. 1 -j wm remain in my memory un-j til tho nd of my dav." xald "th" mayor aft rw.tn. "It is s llhcicnt jto -race from my ir. i:.d fMir jciis t of niphtmar! und smiUidf." j Amnrnr th subscribers who siffrif! th"ir names in a special "pold'-n book" at the city hall was Pres t I'oincairo. William XcNon Cromwell of New York ined th" iook fr a subscription of l.r00,00f francs. HAItn CtlAIi. i; rrr-ttir. er "scarrer each day. ivople will b" fortunate if th-y can 'et ;:11 the oft coal th'y need. Have you a soft coal stove? Sec our lino before you iy. Quality is up to our usual standard and prices are clos". Helmed, at 125 N. Main st. Adv. We can store that furniture, stov;. trunk, piano, etc., at a reasonable price. Call Horn r5K,, i:cll No. 114. Int"r-City Transfer Co. Advt. S7C5-tf Hoom for a few m' re trucks and cars at the Martin n.mwr". Centrally located. Home 5310, IMl 114, Advt. S770-tf FIRST IN THE NEWS-TIMES There wen rumors last lYldny and Saturday tluit the picture the aters in some of the neighboring: eitles vere to le allowed to oeii today, but the official order from Indlanaixdis changed the managers' plans. The uncertainty of the situation has kept the proprietors of the amusement places unset Met! and lias multiplieed the difficulties of planning In ml vu ncv, us is usually neecssary. 11e adding of the Oistle theater to tin cliain of IthtHies' hoiiM's. uhiih now include the La Salle, in South lieiul: the Orplieuni. in Klk hart, and the .lefferson, in (Johen, will atld to the al n nta of 1mmU ing four houses at once. That make flu IiSalle CoiiOii hooks more nluahle for tlu tickets will Ix- goo! .-a either theater. 1 v'.r-j'.-.-i -. :.s Lo.T 0. Having added anoth er large sales floor to our bic store we now show the largest line of quality turniture in northern Indiana. iichg? at Wayne i 1 r &e& J&niture Co. Roll of Honor Listing Men lYoni Indiana, Illi nois. Michigan. Ohio und Ken tin Ly on Oi.m!tv Lists. KllA'vMvn UiS' Uait-r Wilibuu V.. .,id:) NAjort. Ky. ;'',J'7,'h. !,T"T; .'."V!1."' .li'',lu it..-'.- v ' '. Aid. r. Hipsmriu. Ci Ill hir!- V. M ;;..-. r:.vil.i:i.l. u. l.a T. .M l.u-lr.'.-. l'.u;:it.ta t, lud. .I'd. ii .No. in. r;:;.iir., I.-td r r.ii.li.y. itu;-.!;,r. Ky. '!iiri" S h ii : r. I r u'. . J.'d;trd J'diii iStiI. Iruid Ihtpidi, Mi. h llf iiry WaNo'i. S!.erw..,d. .Mi-li. MI.H.(; IN ,( HON. Ll' Ut. t-r" '. Seil. Id. Cl.ii-iio. 111. J'KI V V I1.S : IVnt'.'i I. Atk!u..ri. Van-ar, Mh-h. Kdu.iril b.a;i I...:K.-r. "..bnnla--, . ü-trii l'r'uiiliwlz. Il.iiidlt"ii, t. '!. i: il" K.d.-r. AiiroM. Ind. l.i ii-si Ii. .M o r:i . I 1 1 -t r ! III. Ky. 'liTi'-s Sti. rL--ui. l.nli.'.h, lint. r!ii" T1..1 !t(.n. ,li.)ii v tilt-. In!. "la r i . . Vinf.rl ..r I.lntiui. Ind. .ntt:!iy WVl-r, Iov-r. n. IlerruTt Wiliiiins'.ii. S;idievil!e Ky. I.tav-tt 1!. Vouiit, Ioip.iit uut.Mt:n zn.cnbb 1 .nhjlti.k !l.Ni;i: ";ipt. Wilt.ur ('. .Mrl'roiiih M'.innnth. Hi. COUPOKALS : llnycv J. Craadall, .New 'hi..i.. 111. III. Win. ( f;rl'-.baum, 'lil :i cro. Ill Me h. Wilü.im Ittrrb k, Akren. . .b pa r. I !!. N"A Albany. In !. Ib'iry (. I'ruit. 1'r.tiiMin ir.iv IK. bMifei.e II. Kuti.. - r-ji . r t . III. Arthur .b"irNs", "lifj.p.i. III. '!.;irl"s lii.sei, i k, PN r s .u. Mi. Ii. .losei.li lb SullivMii. SpriafUd.I, 111. DIKIl OI-' DISK sK. PUIVA IKS: Chri -t Jf'linson. llerin i nnvilb-. Mich. Ulili.' M..rrh. I;i nt-, Ky. Vv'1.1. A. New bank.', ;iui"" ille. III. 1)11.1) Ol' ()t .M)S. 1' U I VAT KS: .T' hii nllvn. il rji rl n. H. vi.sur.t Wei-ib- o.ikhill. (). H(H XI)i;i) SK biti;bv IN ACITON. I. but. ; A. Murk.-, ( ll.-tR), 111. I.ilb. rt W. Mit. Ii.-ll. Tole.bi, O. S.Tf:t. Win. M.-.lliii-.'er. WdJie, Ky. OMU'yUAlS : Cb.irles i:. Krnii'-fly. Chlnco, 111. AntiHUiv N. Mayer. 'hi. .il-o. 111. Me ij.llilj Jtii.ailie ('. b.ito. 1 wa;(m:us. 'In Hey, . Willi Kll .7. HiuU, l'rnplietft-l' II. Ill William I'. Moatfe' unery, Lot;ijvilIr, y. ''.k I.'rnest b.lroy Mooring. t'lii-.i". 111. PI I VAT ITS. Henry J. P.ylo. K. M.ine. 111. .lo'm J. Carder, Northerk, O. Alex I euil'l-ow.sKl Ci- ?l:itti, U. IT.lwnrd IPM-liestrr DnrMii. Sejj.il, Ky. Cl.mn c Friend. Cleveland. . K.s Perry (tarliner. N.oilivllle, N!!rh. l.'ve.ett K. itlan. h. iTHVers" CItv, Mich. John J. (tubbing Chlo.is. 111. Aia.-s MrDevitb I.oum. Ill Kniest La v retire Murkier. Hattle Creek. Mlrh. Zaeharlah Moral tbi, Indiana Harbor, Ind. Coril Ncs'ut. SuIMtiui. Ind. John J. o'Keefe, neveland. O. Samuel (Juesieuberry. Collepe Corner. Ü. nifford C. Uoelllc. MadlKonvIlle. U. Klnier A. Sauerinun. Chleajjo, HI. (b'rt:e Sheriff. Covington. Ky. I-.'iI '1 lioui'o, Miin ie. Iiub orlo Woods. F.ilrluiry. III. Joseph L. Young, North Venice, 111. William Kxboblt. Ottawu, 111. Miller Fife, Keyser. Ky. (wen DiTld KIrkendall, IslnnJ, Ky. Hurley Littleton. 1 Jofblnrd. Ky. Lenin Masedon, Siilllran. III. Fred Miri.le. Cubbage. Ky. Oscar IT. Peterson. Kewatiee, III. Albert Fetzke. Cleveland. Clarenre Priebe. Chicago. 111. To 151- W. Skt.wronskl, Chlrnjjo, III. (wen Hiehard Staten. liowlitig (Jreen. Ky. Albert H. Woeltlen. Chbngo. 111. Rupert Woodruff, Dawson Springs. Ky. '.VOtXDKU SLIGHTLY. Lieut. Joel Hertert Sharp. Salem. O. SLIUJKAXTS. Fred W. Stuart, Stlnesvllle, Ind. ("ab" Snedecar. ( Hvingsvllle. Ky. Walter Lewis Newell. Cleveland, O. Fete Defruvlo. Coiunibus. U. PUIVATF.S. Martin L. Antle. nljja. Ky. Frank Po.-kwar, Delphos. (). Cbiu!e Linier Donaldson. Shobenlo'. 111. Hobert C,. .Trnree, P.ittle Creek. Ml.h. Carl Os.-ar Laf. lbokf.rd. 111. Janat lb San. lern. Ilelefontalne. O. Laurni-e C. Stlelaw, Wnlkerton. Ind. J.ir.b Abarbanell. Chlcngo. 111. Harry Augen I.bht. Chlciigo. III. I'.eason C.Misier. I'rofton. Ky. Fred Fiel is. Kox.ina. Ky. Cephas L.iw xHi. lb verly. Ky. IMwar.l A. L.ifTler. Aurora, In(i. Walter Lo',ery, Lexiucton. Ky. Iv.le lb.a. h, oTledo. a. H.iMey IT. i:...tf-!i. l'.to'.l. f ml. John Ray Young. iüy, Ky. PREVIOUS LIST. Th. following au r.tl.-s are reported the eortirnar.diiig geriernl cf the Aueth:.n e jM-dltlonai y forces: Killed In :irtt(n, l!-'; m!nlnc in nctin. 1". : w.;inded. ileree ii ii' bt trin 1 ie. 1, JTs; ilie.l of :cr -pi.'. lie act blent. I: died of n lV':t Hi. J other rall.se. tl; liel of dlsensi. K"i; ilie.l of wr.uil'Is, 112: woundM severely. I.V.; slhtlv woiiiide.l. ."V Total, l.o-js. KII.I.KI) IN ACTION" : PRIVATF.S : Si.mi: s iiuron. 1 . .um, 111. I Julius I "auloew ski. Detroit. Mi. h. j Ileury L.i.Iiiriiess. (ak Park, III. M Anton IT. Mateskt. (biry. In.l. I'o-.ii M.itthMvs Akron. William Weeklev. l'.ilrv. O IlssIN. IN ACTION: Lieut. Homer Wniston DahrlriL'er, W.-iuKegnn. 111. Sr:t Harobl S. Kettri. k, D.invillo. III. cd Frank S. Wlerzbh ki. Fast letr"ir, Mioh. PRIVVTITS: Joseph Trost. Chb-ago. III. Ray T. t;.. forth. Ts.maroa. III. Artlrir F.. llanev. t'olur.-.bus. O. Fl j.l Holbin. 1. RlTiir.l. MilN. O. Adam Jbii.'s.-w ski. Haiutran1.' k. Mich. Ruren R. Sherman. Detroit. Ml.h. bay 11. Spencer. Totonto, O- Charles Vazconskl. Chicaco, 111. ibrsrg F. Warkenhut. ("1 tds.i. Mich. Mr.'t Jobn S briefer. Chlrntjo. rib Lafayette Stanley. Mayflebl. Ky. Jose;i'i F. Sto;d;a. t'hirago. 111. Ottr Hluhrn. Cleveland. (. Wm. F. Re.erk'.e. Canton, 111. Wnlbice Ch iffie:.'.. St. ('harles. Mich. John IT. lb 'Ifii. C-'bir River. Mb h. Henry D Co, Ja kson. Mb h. William Faslrnrr. ("evel ind. . Acjjelo Mastroianr.l, Ash tabid. O. Reuban A. Cievencer. Stint n, Mich. ()s ar (b r.i, Af'rritn. Mi h. Leo Collins. Jeffrr.sn. O. Frank Crow. Alpena. Ml(h. WOt M)KI)-I)K(;iU:i: I NTFRMINITP: Scrt. Tonv ScM. F.nrinvllle. Ind. CDRPORALS: Jncli r.. Flenlr.cr. KeHnake. Iii!. tb'-c.rg T. :Vs.eo,-k. Chl' tg... Ill John L. Cjuedens, ITdlson Purk. Chi rac... III. Mech. William O Sutton. Norwcvl, (. PR I VATKS : b;tf Crt.-'.n n. ne.inn. Mhh. (M.;;rer..e I. Cr::endre. N'.desvH. Ind. Harry R Fr.ikerson. Mounds. lib Rogers J. Paulson. Chh$j". Ill Can I- Rnff.d. M: idcan City. Ind. Vernon Svkes. I'eibvue. Mbh. lau' F. A;-7c.i. Cleveland, n. ihu J. Rities. Chicjigo. 111. .IiiT.e T Hb kev. Chb :io. 111. .mold C. Krel. Shelbwllle. Ind. Ths C. Powell. Mi.ntblb. . Si::iuel R'.ls.r. Defe. Ky. Ro'.ert Ri'U Steubenrll'.'. t (eorg- N. Se vl!le. 'nv.brtdire. 111. Viibur J. Staler. Sbiney. . Vfl'lfr Stasr rlesh. Chb'aeo. Hb Herbert V. Swi-i.- .1. 111. BARON BURIAN i .:v ' . A I vT1-" .-..V,' V -. - - . -' " ' -1 n.-A'L.u.j.'a.,.'..' L-,'. f Tn a recent statement to the for eign atfalr.s committee uf the Hun garian delegation at Vienna, Daron Lurian, Auf-tro-Hungarian foreign minister, declared that the central I'ov.r-rs found themselves no longer able to hop for a military decision in their favor.. Dulgaria's demand for peace only hastened the presenta tion of the peace proposals of the central powers, he added. F.? nl Dunn. Tipton, Ind. RoMooe Hiitrhinxon. Anliland. Ky. A'tdrew J:d.iin, Rentotiviile, i ). W.ible i Smith. Pouieroy. o. Je H-ge P. SwltZer, 'level III I, . Chas. D. Wii g Hirun. D JUKI Ol IU-KAXK: LI LT TIT. N ANTS : T..wren c Cow inc. Wy.ri !ne, O. Lnurence IT. Vilas. I.igrange. 111. si:r;i:ants : RayiTion.! P. Allen. Peorb-i. III. Noble I.'. iriner. RilstoJ, In.l. Robert L L rv. ColuMbu. . lb-rrv P. Libert H. Le. trr F. Raymond Mr.rsh.ill, Ctlir.an. 111. Pierson. P.iinesville, O. COR PUR A LS; Robb. "hi'-iigii. 111. W. 'I h'.rnte'i. Detroit, Mich. 1'R I VATLS : Ciaren e P. P.arkdull. Dalevllle. InI. Joseph l'.rrr r, Ciurlnn itl. it. Petrr Rata. Melr.,.'" Park ,111. Pter Cassol, Pair point. ). John Harvey Coir.. Frankfort, Ind. b""1 V. Crowe. Hartf' rl. Ky. Antonl I ezewi... k. West Pullmnn. 111. Frr s. Linaus. Fandora. ( . J'din II Flsher. 'hba-'. III. Clark W. Fia'-k. Rloomvllle. ) Matin IT. Jolttrniau. Forest Fark, III. Alfred H. Heu-lv. (Jn-sHelsle. Mbh. Ilhno P. Hill. Ixinctoii. III. Ab'heuH IT. Keem v, tJreenvllle, Mb h. Joseph II. Kinker.' New Point. lid. tfo Min-v, Muskegon. Mlrh. Sylvester M. Paprzyrki. Chbago. 111. Sejmour A. Frestueid. Centralia, III. T..ny Rosso. i:igin. Hi. Arthur Ruesrh, Mies l'enter. 111. Isadora Sinlrw itr., Cleve land. ). John Thainel, Chbago. III. Ilnrry Wierpe ker. ( 'iru innatl. O. DIKU 1UÜM WOfNIS ltKCKIVKP IN" ACTION: Cpb Gale S. Rrooks. Rattle Crek. Mb h. Mu.si.Ian Ullu C. Luther. Chiea?-.-. 111. PK I VAT LS: Landen Aplibrook. Delaware. O. Jllbert W. Cox, San.lborn. Ind Clay Dnvldsm, Montbelli. Ky. Rtifspll C. F.swlne, Columbus, O. Lester Hubbard. (Jrensburp. Ky. Ksse Iwl. Louisville. Ky. Machele Mnretta. Cleveland. O. Albert Merer, Mntteson. 111. Sylvester Nichols, Frlem'.sMp. O. Fred (. Phlllipi. Lafnrftte. Ind. William S'hie.blt. Detroit. Mh h. Roy Vanderpool. Shelhyrllle. III. Herman Washelewskl, La Salle. III. Arthur Zollman. Jeorpetow n. Ind. WFNDIir SIT VITRFLY : Sergt. John Morhardt. Aim Arlor. Mich. CORPORALS : Stanley Omiolskl. Chbngo, 111. Van Ruren Mills. Lapel, Ind. Walter J. St.x-k. White Cloud. Mlrh. Peter Vanderwoud, Holland. Mich. PRIVAT KS: Firmln IT. Rietens, Detroit. Mbh. (Jrorce C. Rerglun.b Möllns, III. Davlil Rbmiuist. Chb-ngo, III. Frank Roor.l. Columbus. . Farl W. C;imeron, Willow CItv. Ind. Raymond (Juv Carev, Chicago. III. Charte A. DahTen. Chb-ugo. III. Nonh J. D.h. ff. sn iburg. O. Nicholas D!ni koii. Cleveland. (. Joseph Walter Diehn, Toledo. . Rruce C. Fultz. Akron. . John F. C.ittings. Teil Citv. Ind. Fniil Jag'.elskl. Chicago, lib Stephen .Insinskl. To!eb. ). (Juregu Kalvuiian. Detroit. Mich. , Walter La sita. D-drdt. Mb-h. -Jbirry R. N-lin. M.-intistbiue, Mb-h. Linier Jav Smith, Toledo, O. John R. Wessels. Cincinnati. O. MOl'MlKli SLIGHTLY: Sergt. (lerjro ilor. Fort Thomas. Kv. Pvt. Sam Fields, Cau.-od. Ky. DIKI FROM AI It 11. N"K ( ( IDIINTS: LI Lb I i:A.TS : Thomas (J. Kennedy. Detroit, Mi Ii. Arthur .1. Stahler. 'leveland. . WO I' XI) KI IN ACTION (OLOUKK I N TLRMINLI)) PRLVIOISLY RF l'OHTtl) IIsSlN(; IN ACTION: Pvt. Ru-seR Riiiitz. Seliaa, In.l. REMOVING HUNS FROM FLANDERS COAST IS BIG ALLIED ADVANTAGE LONDON. Oct. 21. In withdraw ing from Flanders and the Belgian I coast the Germans not only gave up ! l : . . 1 . . -. , i,. v. ... ... i . Uten .-iiiini.i i iii- imm'., Olli. ;uso leil behind immerse airdromes. Before the enemy retirement northern Bel gium might have been known as the home of the Gotha. By moving east ward the Germans los ethe .points nearest to England, from which they used to carry out raids upon London and other English towns. Hereafter, it is believed the Ger mans will find it Increasingly diffi cult to make air raids upon London. The evacuation of Ostend and Zee brugtre will make easier the work of the British navy in keeping the chanrel clear of submarines. The Germans als.- have been forced to remove torpedo boats from their home bnsos. JAP DREADNAUGHT HAS 43,000 TON DISPLACEMENT YOKOSVKA. Japan. Oct. 21 Th- jkcel of the battleship Mutsu. a super dreadn.a ught with n displacement or 4300 tons, was laid here recently with much rite and ritual. The cere mony consisted of Shinto r'digiovs services conducted by Shinto priests. Closely following the launching of the second class cruiser Tatsuta, which took the water recently, the work t f construction of another .sec ond id ass cruiser. Ivuma. is to be started at the Saseho navy yards early next month. The Kuma is of the same typo as the Tatsuta and on her completion is to belong to the ,.Ight cruiser hquadron. ! SPEED UP ARMY MOTOR DELIVERY Six Repair Districts for Cen tralization of Up-Keep Are To Be Established WAS HI NC TON. Oct. 21. Speed ing up of the delivery f the vat motor equipment planned for the American expeditionary forces is the primary purpose of the creation in thi.s country of repair districts for centralization of the upkeep work on transport equipment for the army. So th.it new midlines can be ser.t to Iv.irop it is proposed to keep the trucks at home in oper ation until it no longer is possible to repair them. The six repair districts wore an nounced today by the war depart ment, as follows: Camp Holabird. Ibaltimore, for . Maine, w Hampshire Vermont,;): Massachusetts, Connecticut, llhOiJp Island, New York. New Jersey, Pennsylvania. Delaware, Maryland. West Virginia, Virginia, Kentucky. Ohio, Indiana, lower Michigan, Dis trict of Columbia. Atlanta, (?a., for I other states. Fort Sam Houston and El Faso, Texas, for the border re gion. Chicago for the middle west and San Francisco for the far west. (,'anip Holahird is the largest and most important center since the Mow of motor vehicles to the embarka tion ports is in its territory. The policy of the motor transport corp?. as announced, will he to dis courage major Repairs to motor equipment of the army under its jurisdiction except nt the central re pair stations where larfie repair units will bo maintained. A district chief for each section soon will be named to direct the work. PLYMOUTH. Mrs. Pear Snellof Muncie, who has been the trues of Mrs. Charles Mor eomh. returned to her homo Wed nesday. Mrs. Eva Drake went to Goshen Wednesday to spent a few days with relatives. Mrs. Clara Murphy has returned from a four weeks' visit in Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. Uren Tarragon spent Thursday in South Bend. Miss Esther Cavender of the Cul ver schools is in the city to attend the funeral of Harry Eastwood. Miss Frances Zeimer is visiting her grandmother, Mrs. H. 11. Unger of South !3end. Ellis Maxey returned to Wa hash college Wednesday to take the stu dent army training course. Mrs. Frances Seybold and son Jimmie, and Mrs. Russell Ellis spent Wednesday in South Lend. William Anderson, 89 years old, Just returned from a trip to Rou lette, N. V., went to South Lend. Mr. Anderson made the trip alo'ie, and for one of his age stood it remark ably well. Mrs. John Harris went to Gary to visit her son Welcome, and family. Mr. and Mrs. Hay Anderson left for Anderson where he is employed. Den Troyer is quite ill at his home on Iake av. Rev. Switzer of Greenca-tle ar rived In the city Tuesday to visit his daughter, Mrs. Sam Baker. Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Hendticks of west of the city spent Wednesday in South Bend. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Fink of Argos spent the afternoon and eve ning with their aunts, Mrs. Henry Durch and Mrs. C. H. Mattox of this city. Mrs. Richardson of Bremen spent the day in Plymouth. David Gibson, who has been sick for some time, is able to be out again. Lert Murphy is able to be out again after a severe attack of in iluenza. FIRST GERMAN VESSEL GIVEN TO SPAIN UNDER RECENT AGREEMENT BILBAO. Spain, Oct. 21. The I German consul here has handed over to the Spanish authorities the Gorman steamer Euriphia. The Spanish colors have been hoisted on the vessel. The transfer of a Gorman steamer to Spain by the German consul at Bilbao probably is in keeping with the recent agreement by which Spain is to get German ships in terned in Spain in exchange for Spanish ships sunk by German sub marines. PANAMA DOUBLES ITS LIBERTY LOAN QUOTA PANAMA. Oct. 21 With a fourth Liberty loan allotment of Sl.OCO.CP the isthmus has subscribe! more than double that amount, comprising $r,5C,00n from civilians in the canal zone. $300,0o0 from thrt cities of Colon and Panama, and $37 5.00" from the canal garrison. Commenting on the campaign wrJch ended last night, th; Pan ama News savs: "Th" subscriptions ir.club those of hundreds c f persons in Panama vh. did not care two cents for th-3 Frit-.-d Q: top until the war began. Thi" Inchi'lo men of a dc::en na tionalities ,';nd all races. There are mn who today ar stockholders In the Fr.ited tat"s covtrnment who would have ridiculed th idea two s ago." We can store that furnltur. stove, trunk, piano, etc., at a reasonable price. Call Home " 3 1 T , Bell No. 114. Inter-City Transfer Co. Advt. R7n3-tf r. jj We offer one case of fancy flannelettes in all colors fj 1 1 and designs, at less than wholesale price today. Not I1 I over ten yards to 4Uc per yd 1 uesday Special D. W. Corner .PHW H'l MH1' ' I nil lim I . SPANISH INFLUENZA A NEW NAME FOR Ml OLD FAMILIAR DISEASE Simply the Same Old Grip That Has Swept Over the World Time and Again. The Last Epidemic in the United States Was in 1889-90. Spanish Influenra, which appeared In fpaln In May has swept over the world In numerous epidemics as far back an his tory' rune. Hippocrates refers to an epidemic In 412 B. C. which Is regarded by many to have been influenza. Every century has had its attacks. Beginning with 1831, this country' has had five epidemics, the last in 18 39-90. THE "MPTOMS Grip, or Influenza as it Is now called, usually begins with a chill followed by aching, fev eriehness ar.d sometimes nausea and dizziness, and a general feeling of weakness and de pression. The temperature is from 100 to 104, and the fever usually lasts from three to five days. The germs attack the mucous membrane, or lining of the air passages nose, throat and bronchial tubes there Is usually a hard cough, especially bad at night, often times a sore throat or tonsilitls, and fre quently all the appearances of a severe head cold. Tim TRT7 A T f LTNT Go to bed at first symptoms take a rurgatlve, eat plenty of nourishing food, remain per fectly quiet and don't worry. Nature hfrself is the only "cure" for influenza, and will throw off the attack If only you conserve your strength. A little Quinine, Aspirin or Dov er's Powders my be given by the physician's directions to allay the aching. Always call i doctor, since the chief danger of grip Is in Its weakening ef fect on the system, which allows complications to develop. These are chiefly pneumonia and bronchitis. sometimes inflam mation of the middle ear. or heart affections. For theso reasons, it is very Important that the patient remain in bed until hts strength returns stay in bed at least two days or more after the fever has left you, or If you are over 50 or not strong, stay in bed four days or mor, according to the severity of the attack. ILYlTLTTtXATi ATTIjICATIONS In order to stimulate the lin ing of the air passages to throw off the grip germs, to aid in loosening the phleprm and keep ing the air passages open, thus making the breathing easier. Vick's VapoRub will be found effective. Hot, wet towels should be applied over the throat, chest and back between the shoulder blades to open the pores. Then VnpoRub should be rubbed in over the parts until the skin is red. spread on thickly and covered with two thickness of hot flannel cloth3. Leave the clothing looe around the npek aß the heat of the body liberates th Ingredients In the form of vapors. These vapors. inhaled with each breath, cerry the medication directly to the parts affected. At the same time. VapoRub I ateorbed thru and stimulates PANISH RUB IN AND INHALE Br. Jones' Liniment GK.NKRAI.LY KXOtVN AS BEAVER OIL, rv V7 - T?UDX MAKI '?r-ÄÄ' in the home, shop, store in fact everywhere. Always good to have on hand as a first aid measure. All Druggists 30 and 55 Cents ti tJ l tt t Tb I any one customer. WATCH US GROW ?k . . II . I r sfi, --j-.A jr.. J l r ss Fi r i Ik IV. ' .- m Michigan Street and ip ill i - I J. -'1 the skin, attracting the blood to the surface, and thus aids In relieving the congestion within. NO OCCASION FOR PANIC There is no occasion for panic influenza or grip has a very low percentage of fatali ties not over one death out of every four hundred cnes, re cording to the N. C. Board of Health. The chief danger lies In complications arirlng, at tacking principally, patients in a run down condition those who don't go to bed soon enough, or those who get up too early. now to avoid Tirn Evidence seems to prove that this Is a germ disease, spread principally by human contact, chiefly thru coughing. sneexlnK or spitting. So avoid persons having colds, which means avoiding crowds common drinking cups, roller towels, etc. Keep up your bodily strength by plenty of exercise in the open air, and good food. KEEP FREE FROM COLDS Above all, avoid colds, m colds Irritate the lining of the air passages and render them much better breeding places for the germs. Use Vick's VapoRub at the very Arft sign of a cold. For a head cold, melt a little Vapo Rub in a spoon and inhale the vapors, or better still, use Vapo Rub In a benzoin steam kettle. Tf this is not avallahle. use an ordinary tea-kettle. Fill half full of boiling water, put in half a teaspoon of VapoRub from time to time keep the kettle Just sdowly boiling and inhale the steam arising. NOTi: Vick's VapoRub is ti discovery of a North Carolina drugclst, who found how to combine, in xalvf form. Men thol and Camphor with such volatile oils as Eucalyptus. Thyme. Cubebs. etc.. so that when the salve is applied to th body Ifat, these Ingred ients are liberated In the form of vapors. VapoRub can be bnd In three sizes at all drug gists. While comparatively new in certain parts of th north, it is tho standard home remedy in the south and west for all forms of cold trouble over six million jaro were sohl last year. VaporRub is par ticularly recommended for children's croup or colds, as it is externally applied and can. therefore, be used freely and often without the slightest harmful effects. INFLUENZA and et relief. Good for cold in chest and catarrh. It reduces swellings, in flarnation. and is a powerful disinfectant and preventative. Dr. Jones' Liniment is good for the soldier boys in training. TTTN o h W' CTv m rrr er? ti t Worth I H Jj II Jefferson Blvd. I C. and G. fcorage Warehouse Store your household goods at the C. and G. storage warehouse. Light, clean and dry storage room at reasonable rates per month. We crate and forward furniture. Call Bell Phone 915. Home Phone 2427. BT THOMSON AND McKINNON 201-202 J. M. S. Bldg. Members New Vr.rk St.. -k l! .'..u:-.' NVw York '"tt 'ii b. 1, i . Orf:His (.V.tfitn l!x h.-.n'i', ' .-j b p . t" a i. ii.-iii-. lii- i.v . ito.'ir'l Tr.wl. ind In liatifi i; k ' .t elation. JMrt-. t Priv.it.- ir. s t. ;1 I'IIONI " Eyes Examined ! ' '-s by , H. 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