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THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES
" WITH PEACE
Vienna Delirious When People
Learn That Armistice Has
Been Signed Expect
Food to Ccme.
CrN'UVA, N ''. .' Vienna v."i.
delirious with joy v.h-n it waM learn
ed that an ari.ii-tk hl hf-n 1 -cl.ired.
Th Ftr- t s v. to f-oon crowd
ed with mn and wi-rm-M and chil
dren crying and Mai.r.u i r. each
Th' general r;.inion is that food
will follow peace
Th r-pnrt that IZmj-r-mr TharI-s
has ali'üc.'itrd aroused little intr-n-st.
The Austrian prpss is at t r-ni ;tinT to
calm th po;mI:ition. uupha.vlzing
the fart that the armistiu- t rrns are
of a most heu-re nature and involw
preat arrificea to the empire and
AMSTERDAM. Nov. 5. Count
Karolyi, tlie Hungarian premier, ad
dressing a public meeting, is quoted
in a dispatch from I5udir est us say
In?: "The elementary power and pub
lic opinion having desired that not
only democracy and independence
bhould he realized, hut that a deei.s
ion should 1-e taken regard In? the
future form of cuvernrnont, the kin
at the government's request, has re
leased the ministers from their
A resolution was then passed pro
viding for a plebiscite to decide on
the question of a monarchy or a re
public for Hungary.
Dr. Pons, electrolophlst specialist,
chronic diseases. 13Ü3 S. -Michigan
St. Adv. 9291-5
UNITED STATES RAILROAD ADMINISTRATION
VV. G. McADOO, Director General of Railroad
PLEASE SAVE YOUR OWN TIME
And help prevent congestion at ticket offices by buying
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Good for bearer or any number of persons on all passenger
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On Sale at all
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Always fresh shipments always cn route.
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All Theaters Closed Temporarily
When the theaters reopen, Le Castle and the LaSalle will
both be under the same management. A combination booking
policy will be arranged and the best pictures made shown at both
houses without conflicting programs. The LaSalle Coupon
Books 10 Tickets for $1.10 will be good at cither theater.
THERE IS ONE THING
ABOUT THIS CLOSED
SEASON IT IS MAKING
A LOT OF FOLKS
REALIZE WHAT THE
PICTURES MEANT TO
THEM WHAT CHEAP
WERE AND HOW MUCH
COMFORT THEY WILL
BE WHEN THEY COME
BACK. YES, THEY ARE
COMING BACK SOME
DAY. THE THEATERS
ARE OPEN ALL AROUND
US AND THE INDICA
TIONS POINT TO A
LIFTING OF THE BAN BY
TAKE THE INEVITABLE
STEP, GERMAN PRESS
ADVICE TO EMPEROR
AMSTKKDAM, Nov. r. Tl-
I'.rrliii Tachlatt's Munich cr
K-h indent s'ljs the IHirM'ol". a
fll as ofl.il dcmTatW
partii'H of I;itnr1.t an demand
ing 1 1 1 abdication of Ihr em
peror. '1 In- Muni Ii Need- S:u hr li
on, a op of which Ims lufn
ivo-h ! Iuti" s'M1-:
I'xni th ilc nr of llio k:iior
endorsing the n'-w .-tali form f
i'1'tiriii-iit oiild not restore
llio w-op'-'. onlidrrj'f in him."
I n ihr national liberal
Aii:tMir' AIhihI Z. i 1 1 1 1 1 d--ntatwU
that the imperial and fed
cral o rt nim-ni - hall urgently
rcpiet l!iiiiHi'or William to take
tin "ine itable -lcp."
PRESIDENT OF B. AND 0.
ULTIMO. I'. Nov. '. Disc;:s?in."7
his appointment a-i a colonel of en-
rir.c-ers In the American army, Dan-
iel Vi!l-rI, i resident of the R'ili.
more ; r..! Ohio railroad, said to
r.ik'ht: "1 have been ofTererl the commis
sion r.nd have accfptf ii it, and h.v e
been ordered to report first to flen
Atterbury. My ordr is to po to
France and report for duty, and I
will do so at the earliest possible
I "The position of p-esiden wi'l not
lie Hied during my absence, hut I-.
i F. lree, who at one time was pres
ident rf the road, will act as rhir-
m;in of thf execulive commit!
whüe I am pine, and the executive
committee will naturally deal with
f.ny and all matters that will require
the r attention."
Of his duties Col. Wilhrd declirfd
to talk. I'ut his work will have o
do wdth the construction of Ameri
can and French railways In France.
Advertisers can sell for less
profit from volume.
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While wo arc waiting for the lift
in.: f the "Tin" tun. wo vill ;,ivC
ou some motion jl, tun news notes
that on ma j n,t have rval and vill
l'dp to kcv up i,e interest in the
ilcnt drama until we. open.
Hillie Hnrke is making a now
comply cnliotl "(kxI ;ra-io-.is, .n
naNI." The stace erIon plajcd
the OlUer lat s-a-n.
C.miso, nniv tumel motion picture
star, in vicndln- Ms Iionymoon at
the Tamoux Players tudio In New
Vork, making first Arternft-
raramount picture, 4Irlnee Cosimo.
Sil T.m Sam" will ho th name
of Ihniff 1 'a 1 1 hank' I.ilxrt lo;in pic
ture mmi to he uureeUl tK-fore
IX Vol KNOW THAT THIS
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POLLY AND HER PALS
Copyrifhl, 1918. br NwiPpr Feature
All Supplies Shipped to Con
centrating Point in .Same
A M K n I C A N TtEGULATION
KASK, ntAXCE. (Correspon
dence) Bread lor the Amer
ican soliliprs is broupht here
ly tralnloads from the great
army field bakery a few miles dis
tant one train of thirty cars a day
all loaded wth white bread from the
host of wheat flour.
One such train was arriving as
the Associated Press correspondent
visited the ha-se. Another trainload
of refrigerated beef arrived soon aft
erward from the great refrigerating
plant at Givre.
It was the sumo with other classes
of supplies, ration, forage fuel and
oil all came in hueh bulk to this
concentrating and distributing point,
for this is one of the 'reat nerve cen
ters of supplies for the tiyhtinp: mpn.
Here the trainloads are broken up
Intfj liftmen parts, two cars to a part
and each part oes toward making
u a new "automatic train" supPlu
of all kina.i to the soldiers fifteen
trains a day automatically h-avint,"
for the front loaded with food oi
I'urt'n? yard engines were doinp
th1 work of splitting up the train0
and reforming new ones. Gradualh
the confused mass of cars, the bread
and meat trains malted away and the
15 automatic trains took definite
form. As they were completed they
moved off to hidings to take their
turn in the steady stream of trains
moving out to the righting front.
This is the process, repeated day
after day, in the formation of the
automatic trains, that marvel of
transportation that has so bewilder
ed and surprised the furupn observ
ers. Th last staco as the supplies pass
to the troops at the front is where
the automatic train reaches the rail
head of the division. Each American
division has its fixed rail-heaxl, oi
terminal, where the train delivers Us
daily quota. Thin is as near the
troops in the field as hirhtinp condi
tions will permit. But in many case
it is not possible to brine; the divis
ion's rail-head close to the front, so
' uit in thee case oaraion transit
.ills the nap between the rail-head
and the actual line.
A rail-head other is in charge at
these points reporting back nihtl
to headquarters here a to the
strength of men and animal, in the
division, and Its varying needs caus
ed by active fUhtin? or periods of
repose. Thus each division -ail-head
becomes a regulating station for the
needs of that fisrhtinR: unit, while all
of them are linked back hero to tiiis
husre central rulatin station
where the steady lines of supplies
are kept moving forward.
RESTORED AT KAZAN
NEW YORK. Nov. f.. Russian
government gold valued at SOO.000,-
0i) rubles, taken from Petrograd by
the bolshevik i, has been saved at
Kazan by the Omsk government,
generally recognized as a foundation
for the reorganization of Russia, A.
J. Sack, director of the Russian In
formation bureau announced here
tonight on authority of the Russian
embassy at Washington.
;I7TTINC. V ALI' I' FROM
Do you know how to relax and
enjoy yourself without making your
play spell a laborious Job?
Foolish question, you think, eh?
Put if you will look back to your
last vacation you will remembert hat
whether for a week or a day's va
c tlon you stewed and fretted sev
eral days in advance.
You were geared up to the high
est pitch when you started.
You scored your wife or Jacked up
the children for every supposed
hitch on the way tb your destination.
If you went by yourself you set
out to bag a certain number of
game to reach a certain point at a
given time, planned what you would
do tomorrow when you should have
been enjoying today, and were irri
tated" at every little thing which in
any way interfered with your plans.
How much pure enjoyment do you
cet ont of a trip of this port?
Atear-up physically and mentally
won't g't you a needed rest.
Instead, try piving yourself plenty
of time to dresd and reach your
destination by daylight If possible,
and be comfortable every minute.
7n't think of every-day troubles
be aove them and get a re'U rt
1 IM LA M feSM JSJ sÄT
Serric. In. Crl Britain RitKu Rrvl. Ritra U. P.. OA?:
CHILE AND PERU ARE
SQUABBLING OVER LINE
riri-INOS. AIRKS, Nov. 5. Ac
cording to reports from Iquiquc,
Chile, the Peruvian consulate there
is under a heavy uuard of Chilean
troops to protect it from hostile
manifestations by Chileans because
of alleged efforts by the Peruvian
consul to organize a popular demand
for the return to Pru of the prov
inces of Tacna and Arica.
It Is reported from Sanriigo that
the Chilean government will de
mand the recall of the Peruvian
consul at Iquique.
Press reports indicate that the
Chilean populace Is greatly excited
by the sudden renewal of the old
j boundary question between Chilo
WATCHES MADE FROM
OLD BELGIAN CANNON
HAVRE. -Souvenir? In the shap
of watches made from the steel of
Uelgian cannon which were in active
service on the UtlIan front since th
beginning of the war In 1914 till Oc
tober 29, 1017, are belnr manufac
tured in Switzerland by order of tht;
King and Queen of the Belgians. Th
watches, which bear Inset in gold on
the cases the monogram "A E" of
the Belgian sovereigns, are to be pre.
sented by Kin.: Albert ar.d Queen
Elizabeth to soldiers who have spec,
ially dstingiiished themselves and
also to prize-winners of military
There are .7" county agent.s in In
diana and four more counties who!
men are in military service are
awaiting appointment of new ones.
The remaining 15 counties are. be
hind the federal program on this
HOW TO FIGHT
BY DR. I W. BOWERS.
Avoid crowds, coughs and cow
ards, but fear neither germs noi
Germans'. Keep tho system in eoOil
order, take plenty of exercise In th.
fresh air and practice cleanlineer.
Keniember a -lean mouth. a
clean skin, and clean bowels
are a protecting armour against
disease. To keep the liver and bow
els regular and to carry away thtv
poisons within, it is best to 1-u.ke it
vegetable pill every other day, made
up of .May-apple, aloes, jalap, and
sugar-coated, to be had at most
drug stores, known as Dr. Pierce's
Pleasant Pellets. If there is a sud
den onset of what appears like a
hard cold, one should go to bed,
wrap warm, take a hot mustard foot
bath and drink copiously of hot lem
onade. If pain dee!ops in head or
back, ask the druggist for Anuric
(anti-uric) tabb-is. These will Hush
the bladder and kidneys and carry
ott' poisonous ginns. To control the
pains and ahes take one Anuric
tablet every two hours, with frequent
drinka of lemonade. The pneumonia
appears in a most treacherous way,
when the lniluenza victim is appar
ently recovering und anxious to
leave his bed. In recovering from a
bad attack of influenza or pneumo
nia the system should be built up
with a good herbal tonic, such us
Dr. Pierce's GolJen Medical Discov
ery, made without alcohol from the
roots and barks of American forest
tr"-es, or his Irontlc (iron tonic) tab
lets, which can be ol-talned at most
drug Mores, or send 10c to Dr.
Piere"s Invalids' Hotel, Buffalo, N.
Y.f for trial package.
iold, CoukIi and Catarrh Medl
chu' lor Youn and Old.
You buy It of any well stocked
drugrtnat In 2 1-2 or., bottles and
take It in ten-drop dosea. or better
ytt, mix it with simple sugar eyrup.
made by dissolving 3-4 of a pound of
granulated sugar In a half-pint of
Lolling v ater. It is so easy to make
a whole pint cf cold and cough
5rup that tens of thousands of
mothers make it every year for their
All asrree that this home-made
cough syr.ip is free from harmful
drucü, and that only a few does are
required for each case, so that a pint
may last a family throughout the
For colds, catarrh, cough, and
bronchitis there is nothing superior
for prom;t, lasting relief. Guaran
teed by the IUackburn Producta Co.,
Dayton, Ohio, to please or imnv
Coryr?r,L 191s international Newt
TWO DAYS' REPORTS
SHOW 1,244 NEW 'FLU'
CASES IN 42 COUNTIES
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., Nov. 3.
Reports from 42 counties in Indiana,
covering the two-day period since
Saturday, received by the state
board of health today showed a total
of 1,24 4 new cases of influenza.
FATHER OF 23 BELIEVES
BROOD SHOULD KEEP HW
CLEVELAND, O.. Nov. 5. Charles
Roach, father of twenty-three chil
dren, is under arrest here, charged
for eighth time with non-support.
Roach, who is part Indian, is six
feet four inches tall and Is sixty-four
years old. Roach insists that some o"
his numerous family ought to keep
him living in ease.
Get at the Real Cause Take
Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets
That's what thousands of stomach
sufferers are doing now. Instead of
taking tonics, or trying to patch up a
poor digestion, they are attacking the
real cause of the ailment clogged
liver and disordered bowels.
Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets arouse
the liver in a soothing, healing way.
When the liver and bowels are per
forming their natural functions, away
goes indigestion and stomach troubles.
Jf you have a bad taste in your
mouth, tongue coated, appetite poor,
lazy, don't-care feeling, no ambition or
energy, troubled with undigested foods,
you should take Olive Tablets, the
substitute for calomel.
Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets are a
purely vegetable compound mixed with
olive oil. You will knov them by their
olive color. They do the work without
griping, cramps or pain.
Take one or two at bedtime for quick
relief, so you can eat what you like.
At 10c and 25c per box. All druggists.
The Latest in
T. S. GARLAND & CO.,
139 S. Michigan St.
a Bargain Shoe ni
ä 1 BSEW
Pa's thankful there's a law
S&Se- l-oiin.. .ts I Fl t-
, if 1 WMJ I UW
r-1. r SM ka mm
will set you right
Small PilL SmiU Do., Small Pric
Carter's Iron Pills
Will restore color to the facet of
tho who lack Iron in the blood,
aa OMt plr-faced people do.
Young: ladies to take
up telephone work be
tween the ages of 16 and
Good salarv and ex
Apply at Chief Op
erator's Oihce, T h i r d
Floor Telephone Bldg.,
227 S. Main St.
Receiver Central Union
Vliat Have You In Your Attic
Aa Part Iay on Iw Goods?
Art Materials, Picture Framinff.
THE I. W. LOWER
South Krnd, Indiana.
Draperies. Point Supplies.
hunting trip and fall outing
Edge. It goes fine with an
meal and will add zest to the sport
Edge will give
teady hand because it's
j Money to
South Bend Honings
At Six Per Cent
We are loaning sums of money from S 1,000 to
$5,000 on homes in South Bend, repayable in small
monthly payments covering a period of ten years.
Should death occur prior to expiration of loan
period the mortgage is cancelled, and all payments
made on the principal are returned to the family or
estate. Permission is granted to complete payment
of loan at any time if desired. Monthly payment
sums are small. Conditions reasonable. "
Call and get details.
Ttie Si Josepli Loan
& Trust Co.
Insur ance Department
It rtl b n oWn-f. Wton to TOC
of cowt erntinj and elimination.
E E. M. BLAKE
WHiTE DENTAL PARLORS
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