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TrrsDAY j:v.sisg, ocronnrt 22, 191s THE SOUTH BEND NEWSTIMES ORIGINAL IDEAS n nnnx xnn isiirip hduui Mmm Cal Dclaney Getting Ready to Put Punch Into the Anti submarine Campaign. iiv iiim;iii:i:. Chiv;m. -;. ). ...- v. i-u c ; rr: 1. 1 r: i- jrir;,' .'' i ri t i-'int: for ; .k tr.! in;: f j r 1 to until I'll' !'- Sim ? i . i ! y t.j luiVf the i;r::t;ri' . . i t tr.. i' - ::i fitting to xt'-.i;-.: .- ';r.'w Ii 1 t on a''htin Lo r. We- h th (;r- i! Lik- r.i-..il tr uimn? htnt Inn. '.vJ:o '.vhi! ::'!! im: r.'t!y to fiit th- ;imli i:;o tie- ; 1 1 -1 1 - s 1 t i . : t -rim a m i if... i- u .iiiL,' his rnis in a fashion ut no: j a !. ' al ha -: h-fj,n ;i' ! i'f trying t : in sh i; to T.-ht 1 atr s in th.- rinir. hnt w Itjvo n ir own j't' i of that. It i- tr:;- th't h has ,in .- ar- nr.ce nf mit-;:yr; nr.'l ro r;r;l r'lf4-' i and kn - ulilrh Tho trainer- wouM rrr normally rmit ti th frunm of r t ovir;r man. That may r'(lfUTHl to th- --'''iry of th" navy nr.-l th-' kiri'l of f.- l ih it into thoir r.K'h.'r. Tli.-j f'i'tit i"n 'ati of thit orhr when in irk I! ini tho ot'Kr r.i:'ht h. f-tripi'l to .:itt!- to Sailor Fredman, whom wo ) i.'-t n'''l to intro.luro to you. V" u-k-i hini ;tho'it it trmn. "Why lon't yr,w p.t so mo of it off. ven If It Is arrfo'iO to your stomach to p:t .- mn'h of it on?" we as! I hi tu. ' "Whf r-'iifiorr. without r - i t ; 1 1 in ir, h oponfl up his rnufu'.r .ami h't out quit a A iv-f rta tion rn th" mattrr of omlition In r mini to l-oxintf. "You think lifi'.'iu.--' I rat -itht or ten ir r am f-on-s th day r for."' I Citht that T don't know anything." hp sai'l. "Vou h.f r :i '.vront: i'lc.x atiout H a!out my traininc:, T riuiin. I'TjLO'ly .- -i:-. s to hav .in that I am hn;- f it fvi-ry tinio I htep Into tin- rin. Tliat i-n't tru. hrcniiy mv wt-icht will not yir-M to the har.h -st him! of tr.iminir. I know v;h it T am talk mir a!.ut. t r-'';iust I liu f triM to out it down time and Tim nrnin. "So I li.i ta .'trl:' I th.o ronrlu;ion that it isn't fat at a!!. Iont I tU'ht .trnnc: wi;rn vr v'i ni", and don't I always f.ni-h a well as tho otlu-r follow? Wril, that's th an-.'.vt-r, ns f;ir a- I am roncrr.f"l. Ko sults. it H-ms t m arc what ought to count. "There- nn' thin I know very v.-rll. In my pr--ont condition I'm a lot 1-tttcr off and will liw- a longer time tliau S'P!iu of t)'. fcdh'ws T know v.h ate training constantly .and nf'V-r r t tlwi- constitutions a t hance to re-'t op. Tak the case of Johnny T'Jn d e.for im-tanre. There's .-!. who is at it all the time. He works for a liht, has the fiht, and thit niuht u'o- home ko to hod, and tti" n t morn in lt p is rit,lit at it asain, trainimr as if nothing liad ha ;n to- I "Vou will t:otic.- t! at Dundee cets DON'T NEGLECT A RHEUMATIC PAIN Go after it with Sloan'o Liniment before it ets danerou3 trele, and 0x!-by twir.c! Same for xtrrnal aches, pains, strain?, stillness cf joints or muscles, lameness, bruises. Instant relief xvithout rrjssiness or foiled clothing. Reliable the biegest fclür.j lir.imer.t year after year. Eco r.nrr.ical by reasoa cf cr.0rrr.ou3 sale?. Keep a bis bottle ready at all nrr.es. Ask your drujst for Sloan's Liniment. 30c, 60c, $1.20. Don't SuEcr From I ilea fample rrkacr of the FaniOM 1't m ttx I it I'ilr Irmiinr nl N. Ölfernl 1 rrr lo I'rmr 'A hnt It 1MU lo for toil. Tvrarr.h! Tib- Trf.il-v..-:'.t qivea 0.1,0k r:: f. v.ps i'-. !..:... I ' - i In? or protruUsr.;; pile . hvr.iorrhoidd 1 PyrmrolJ 1$ CertilnV Fir. and Worki Such Wondtri 5o Quitkly. and such rrct.il trcull . in the pri acy of - i:r t..T.i-. c :.ts a t-.x mt all drUi.--.-i- Ts. Tal-..- :.a s itstl ttitr. A m: b- . '! :! s'lf- r.. ; r.t. I rrr aniple for I rial with Lookb-t ir-.j-.b-d fi-o in phuu wrap l tr, it vd coupon l o'.ov.-. 1 Ki i: sampii: cotro.N niiAvn 1 lu d r "Mi'o.v. "r - - r-. -.:; ' ryrvii.:! T Ja Txe4.ta.c-t, l ; ; li;a u.j:;-r. .&'t f''K t his per;0.j 0f talenc-si rnd ln't worth anvthintr. H tiinmlv l.arr.s ii::.is..If up with his persistent effort j to k p in shapf every minute of the i t!:o'. lr.-t-.nl of training off. drinking 1 a. :tl- la r or soioethiiii: of the sort and his system a chance to recuperate, ha dries hirus'-lf up and t: -Ts as st.ih as -an he. That Is never A'i'.i; to happen to me. I tak? Rood ( ire of my s stern. tut I won't train th- way he (!o-.s and wouldn't for an thin,' in the world. "And th r are a. ln of others just I :!:.? him. too." "1 ni.iy t- riKht. His recent op pon nt, l'rff druan, n a hard trainer, and against ('al the other niht he iookeil like a greyhound against a I'erch'-ron draft horse. Vet Cal showed a superior decree of .pc-ed ar.d hitting fjrc. The sailor Just c ouldn't t rinK' any kind of sp eeil, was .-liort in his leads and in ffectie and inauly when he pot in cio and attempted to lcj something. ' h n t;ij look at it. a question of traimr. is always an individual on- and the- only person who can ade- jqnate'y decide what is J.est for a I :or is the ra rt ii ular nox'er hini- s If. It stands to reason that th'. n an v. ho has to far- the other fel low i- L'oimr to ie himself the kind of treatment he needs to make him aide to land the hlows. And you never can tell it will only take a few more lights to de termine whether t'al has found the keynote of his fighting power, hut, jiidKic.r from r'-ccut results, we h lievo he lias. It is well known that outside of trie ring a. person can pay too much attention to his condition for hi own Kood. and it seems reasonable that often enough this may also he true of the man in the rin. We are waiting. li! the rest of you. to se what is to come of this triangle composed of Dempsey, Wil lard and Willie Meehan, of the coad. So far it seems like it sometimes is on the western front. There is a lot of talk, and that "otherwise the night Avas calm." We prophesy this, however. Un less Willard, during or after the war. or some time In between, goes to the mat with Dempsey, the box ing fans will hold in question the solidarity and reality of his title. Berlin People Loudly Cheer Peace Speech AMSTERDAM. Oct. 22. "We are alone. When a fortress can no longer hold out, it is no dishonor if the commander surrenders. The kaiser must take up his cross of con cluding quickly necessary peace and accepting whatever is hard. L.et .i.e kaiser declare himself ready an-'", let" him tit himself with new as her first citizen." ber.nanj I This utterance by Maximilian Hardin, addressed to several thou sand people in Berlin on Sunday, was loudly applauded. Herr Hardin, whose plain spoken language in Die Zukunft, of which he is editor, has caust-d a, suspension of that journal on several occasions, j was permitted, according to the re ports of his address, to speak freely and without hindrance. His remark able declaration respecting surrender and "kaiser's cross" followed a rc- iew of the situation in which he pointed out that Bulgaria w.'s occu pied. Turkey's fate was sealed and Vustro-Hungary was out of the tight. The meeting ended in a riotous dem onstratio n. "It is one of the most cruel iron ies that this war. which was begun to maintain an impossible Austria, should be ended by the declaration of that .-elf-same Austria that it can Tit.t exist." continued Herr Hardin. Ve nui-t shoulder the conse uences of the step taken Oct. 5th.' WOMAN GUIDE KILLED AND MAN LOSES AN ARM IN GRENADE ACCIDENT PARIS. not. -2. Mademoiselle ; Vallette. head of the American t-etiwn of the press department of the loreign ottice was kulc-il instantly Sat urday when a hand grenade which sin- picked up in reoccupied terri ! to'.y near the front, exploded. She j h.td been cor. ducting a party of I American wojnen on a iit to tho j !'-ccupi?d territory. Miss Hlizabeth i Sb.irl Thornton of the New lie- j of New York was wounded, j French ottuvr with the party j ii:re.l sc rio'i-ly. an arm hefng j off. Miss Thornton, who was lie d a S H ' w r. :r':c.i 1:1 trie lace ana tuner jviris i ... body bv bits of grenade. was)Sonth Dend fnr iken to a hospital near the front. . t,eu I.ueilh .-' .:,':ce warned the member j t" Th- p.irtv to to-.icli nothing. AUSTRALIAN AND NEW ZEALAND EDITORS RETURN FROM FRONT Y YoilK. ct. 22. Thirteen; y.-.i m-i ..ii. I Ai'.sirali.m news- ; -.'".to:- arriid here from Tu-! to.i.iy after a three months' of tile .i.ttt'e zor.e as quests ot I'rit:-!; uo ran. at. While, id th- ditors met Marshal I . Fit id Marshal Haig anö Gen. 1 atur. and were gicn an oppor- ; . to witness much of the allied 1 1 ! l-o i to 1 ' r-! 1 1: :on tor the lug drive against The editors will tour the t..t s as gue.-t of the com- i 1 p'ibl.v- information before , ' to their home. t-.re .0. : li.it fu rniture. stove, a reasonable I 1 ! all Home tv Transfe Hen No. 1 1 4. Co. S769-tf I A. Ho.. m for a few more trucks and cats at the Martin (I.irapp. Centrally '..rated. I'ime ."516; Hell 114. I A I t. o-tf POLLY AND HER PALS Li 7 Cold 'üt-Oiüsti, voo lvjER Copyright, 1918. br Nwoor F..tur tiUbHK.N. Occ. Jl. Dr. W. 13.! Page of CJoshen has been notified by telegram that he has been comm is- tf- II - . l! I I .neriAn iVl a It sioned a captain in the medical corps Kesler of Concord tow nship by Mor of the I'nited States army. .Six Iris Schwartz and Tillie Potissman weeks ago he underwent examina- j against Harry Neal, lias been ap tion in Chicago. Capt. Page willipt-aled to the t ircuit court. leare Thursday, Oglethorpe, (la. Oct. 31, for Fort He has practiced in Goshen for seeral years-, havin come from Middlebury to this city. I M.i:iii.(;i: i,k i;m;s. Noah M. Weaver, Bristol, aid Nettie Miller. Nappanee. Albert Conipton, Elkhart. and Ituth Kistler, i:ikhart. Melvin F. De Vaughn, Hartford. Neb., and Anna O'Pomiel, Klkhart. Pvt. Orie (i. Fausch. who died at Fort Niagara. N. Y., carried $10,000 government life insurant??, payable to his mother, Mrs. Gottlieb Fausch of this city. Pvt. Tom Mangos, who was criti cally ill of pneumonia at Camp Sher man, Chillicothe, O., arrived last night, accompanied by his wife. Pvt. Mangos was in a base hospital for 12 days. Joseph H. Dangler, who is attach ed to the medical corps of the V. S. navy at Great Ixikes, 111., rtation. spent Sunday here with his wife and his parents. He says the influenza epidemic at the station is under con trol and that few new cases are de veloping. There were many deaths. Seaman Caton of Goshen, who is a student in the 17. S. gunner school on a ship in hike Michigan, not far 1 from Great Lakes naval training sta- tion. was here to attend the funeral of his cousin. Seaman Roger C Lo gan, who died of influenza on the 1 IT S. hospital ship Mercy at Fortress Monroe, Va. DKATIIS. Two mllitarv funerals were held 1 Sunday afternoon. Revs. J. H. Fike and R. S. Riley of Middlebury officiated at the burial of Pvt. Merle Pickrell of Middlebury, who died of influenza at Camp Zach ary Taylor, Ky. Services were held ut the home of Jacob Pickrell of Middlebury. father of the deceased, at 2:30 o'clock, and interment was made in Middlebury with military honors. Until last April Mr. Pick rell had been employed in Goshen. Private funeral services for Sea man Roger C. Logan, who died of in fluenza while on board the l". S. hos pital ship Mercy at Fortress Monroe. Va.. were held at 4 o'clock at the home of his mother. Mrs. Fdith C. . j Logan, two miles northwest of Go shen. Rev. J. A. Melnturft. pastor of the First Brethren church of Go shen, officiated, and burial was mad'1 in Pleasant Ridge cemetery, north of Goshen, with military honors. The pallbearers were members of rpm panv F. Indiana state militia of Go- 'shen. which organization sent a tir- inK. j.(1,Jad j Jonas Miller. 71 years old. long a 'Middlebury resident, died at hi- home following an extended illness of heart trolle. He is survived by his wife am. two daughters, Mrs. Cora Flliot. who resides at Middle bury. and Mis. Pert Miller of Go shen. The funeral will be held Wed nesday morning at the home. Jack, one day old son of Mr. and Mrs. Meiril Hobbs. 714 N. Main st.. died at ::1." o'clock Monday morn ing. He is surived by his parents; nn i.rother. Dor.ald. and one sister. Iporothy. The bc.dy was taken to ill 1 1 1 1 three year old ' daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ilollm j Straw. 2 4P. I)ewy a v.. west side, died at 9:"" o'clock Sunday night after an illness of live days of Spanish in fluenza. The parents, one brother, ar.d the grandparents vurvive. T.f wU Samuel, lo months old on 1 .-.f i'r-.ra nnd I.al.i Lower, N. Ninth I st.. died Sunday. Surviving are the parents: one son. Allen, and one! sister. Hilda. Lawrence IV.niel T.ower. twin broth-r of the deceased., died Oct. I?.. IM. Private funeral) serwoes will be held at the home at - o'clock this afternoon. Kev. C. A. '. Wright of the N. Ninth st. Menno-, nite church. oTliciating Huiial wilF be in Oak itidge cemetery. ! No information has been received here regarding the disposition of tl.e body of Pvt. F.dward Kelly, jr.. who died of influenza in New York city. , where he had gone to sail for. France. Pvt. Kelly, son of Mr. and ! Mr?. I-Mwaru Kelly of Chicago, for-; mer (Joshen residents, died a week' ago. Mrs. I'd McClare of West Co shen. aunt of the deceased, has sent1 s-everal telegrams and letters, but no , replies have reached here. It was thought the 1 ody would be sent to ( Gothen or Flkhart for t.urial. Tuneral j?rvices for Walter It. j Brothers were aeld at 2:30 o'clock L 1 I ILL JkY - OAlCfeiV HOT I . I- t j X V gm i 1 - Srr.c. Lie. Crt Britain Riiht Monday afternoon at the home of this father. Albert Brothers. N. Indiana av.. Kev. Cahin Hu her of-hciatin-T. Burial was made in Vio lett cemetery. ( IIUTIT ( Ol HT. ! The case on account for 1 tib-d in the justice court o "iSTUDENT-SOLDIERS COST GOVERNMENT S1.40 A DAY EACH KANSAS 'ITV. Mo.. Oct. 21. Col leges and uni ersities of the coun try having units of the students army training corps are expected to fur nish the army with 220,000 men by July 1, lDlf. according to a state ment by A. W. Vinal, of the com mittee of education and special training at Washington, to represent atives of the eleventh and twelfth federal districts of the S. A. T. ('. who met here today. This number must include all th" technically trained men and most of the officer material taken into the army between now and next July. Maj. ('. 1 1. Briscoe, head of the military administration department of the S. A. T. C.. said the govern ment was disbursing to schoo-s of the country $.". 000. 000 for instruc tion and maintenance of the soldier stvo'fnts between October, IMS. and July 1. II 10. The average daily cost for a man, he said, was about $1.4 0. Five hundred colleges now have student army units. II.MtD COM,. Is getting scarcer each day. People will be fortunate If they can get nil the foft coal they need. Have you a Foft coal stove? See our line before you bur. Quality Is up to our usual standard and prices are close. Reimold. at 123 N. Main st Adv We can store that furniture, stove, trunk, piano, etc., at a reasonable price. Gall Home 351 ß. Bell No. 114. Inter-City Transfer Co. Advt. 8763-tf FIRST IN THE NEWS-TIMES PIMPLY? WELL, PONT BE People Notice It Drive Them Off with Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets ' A pimply face will not embarrass you much longer if you get a package of Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets. The skin should begin to clear after you have taken the tablets a few nights. Cleanse the blood, bowels and liver with Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets, the successful substitute for calomel; there's no sickness or pain after taking them. Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets do that which calomel does, and just as effec tively, but their action is gentle and safe instead of severe and irritating. No one who takes Olive Tablets is ever cursed with Ha dark brown taste," a bad breath, a dull, listless, "no good" feeling, constipation, torpid liver, bad disposition or pimply face. Dr. Edwards Olive Tablets are a purely vegetable compound mixed with olive oil: you will know them by their olive color. Dr. Edwards spent years among pa tients afflicted with liver and bowel complaints, and Olive Tablets are the immensely effective result. Take one or two nightly for a w?ek. See how much better you feel and look. 10c and 25c per box. All drugg sts. CD 7 Nii."it-1 Irn anil -n.l n r. n ruii -i'.'.w n ;i;'!f In Mntiy 1 n -1 1 n r-. an 1 u 1 . r-. 1 iv !.r-:i. M. Sh.iu. ii. T.-:i.. .it.-. !1'T i:t two w () s' ti:n' It Ii i ''-fn v 'I s'l'-li wi.'l II.:'. fT!!;'r r.-tarv of t!: Tr':i'iry mnl lou .i : f-Ti n-r I n it Ks-J'iv-riior 1 st ! S. 'ii.it' r rui'l i. --l,r.-:...-iiti . N . ;rli- A. r''.ri': i':i.r.il .h ri.'tn i i:. tir-.l . t!. 4ri:r;:iii-r !-v ShSI'!i 1:. .- s.r'i!;f in tt- 1 Ar:uy " 1. m nlv 1-' -.ir- .f :il Vnit-l St.i!-s .In !' ; W. t k 1 1; of ti: I'flirt of 'l.ill!.i of W.i .i:;fc-t m-i 't:. Ak yo:r 1" f r (''oryrlglit. lot's. Intternntlnal Nw SerTlri. I A STARS t4aJT t HOOA41D IJFF ICAltAl rrh RUtered in L'. S. Patent Offic For : 1 1 1 r r?f-s mm, A 'moraorooxjoroTaoroToTororaorovi "Get the ' rt fi) yry r1 THE MEW Co rrfdo f no?p, L & U IP nßJUy brew Q beverage ever brewed for crisp fall days. lis harmless, strength-giving ingredients allow you to drink all you want. The more the better from a and hops give it a zippy taste IN fRSTAL ("LEAR BO THE MUESSEU BEV. CO. AERYMEN i tc a TaurTi:r,Tn) We invite your attention to this advertisement We have bought for delivery, about Nov. 1 5, a stock of the famous SUCRENE DAIRY FEED and are taking' orders for delivery at that time. PRICES: ne hundred pounds $2.75 O Less than carloads, per ton $53.00 Carloads, per ton $51.00 These prices are not guaranteed beyond our present booking. We suggest cooperative buying in car lots at this price. Book your orders now. Ar tificial I 525-535 N. Bell 2221. It ttli be n oNJert lepton to TOI of cl'iiost icratlDT and examination. E.H. BLAB ExjualniUlo Fr WHITE DENTAL PARLORS 111V4 W. WMhJnjton Open Etä1. IVrll I'bon 42SV THE STORE FOR MEN WASHINGTON ATrSTTII Patronize the advertiser he Is there to serve you. 4 A4' Mo'X A rt5RTrt 0r zVU ) T Q Co) Vi 'y lf s-- T2i 3 "12 r 1 real enjoyment drink Silver Edge - - at. COo Home 6123 EIMERICK ST. Soldier's Teeth filust Be Sound Uncle Sam reallz-s t1' jra trrrport nro of etronjr, Lr.'t'.v. strric!.il Uf th aa adjunct to "! i .-iitb. '. Oar dental week will triD.l tte t ; U ranft be r'rM 1 our etanJard. Gaarfuiteil ball T action Au., Ottt Herr' lUo 8torv. Ilo-m Phon 815. Lftdy Attendant HARRY L. YERR1CK Funeral Director ii J .. MOTOR l.ljril'Mii.NT FIRST IN THE NEWS-TIMES Anilul.iroj r00 urriacr Wouldn't This Chill Your Imagination? HfeATHt.'JlStC HiCfsj'.x 1 A ' fri!4V' V ; ' health standpoint. and it satisfie, BOTH "2"fT-"""' All Theaters Closed Temporarily NOTICE After Nov. 1 the Cast'e Theater will be und r the same management as the LaSalle rr.d will be conducted r.n Jhv same high class plan. LaSalle Coupon Books will be jccd nt either theater and a better line cf pictures than ever .re shown at the Castle will be booked. THE LASALLE IS ONE OF THE FEW THEATERS IN THE UNITED STATES THAT ARE CONTINUING THEIR ADVERTISING DURING THE CLOSED PERIOD. WE WANT YOU TO KEEP IN MIND THE CLEAN, SANITARY, CON VENIENT AND PRETTY THEATER WE HAVE. WE WANT TO TELL YOU OF THE IMPROVEMENTS WE HAVE UNDER WAY AND THE GOOD AT TRACTIONS WE HAVE BOOKED. THE TAKING OVER OF THE CASTLE THEATER BY THIS MAN AGEMENT IS ANOTHER IMPORTANT ITEM WE WISH EMPHASIZED. USE THE RELIABLE ALWAYS Do nor rsccpt a ren.e-'iy That rheumatism. In ar.y stnt'? .r TRUSLER'S RHEUMATIC TABLETS They are In a claj-s ly thr-r.ir;- . . , . . . t-'i, ea.y to take. 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