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THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES
sATntn.w .utkk.voov. ovi:iiiki: mix. SOCIAL AND A iv::nlrr rf j.mior huh r.hoi! girls i r i . x i - 1 Mr-.' Mary ii'l.v;,."! at th- Lo:iit f h r r.ts, Mr and Mrs. la!i I. IMw.-irds, 12Z Mi'-hu'-in ;-t.. ori Friday twnir in ct : -bratn-n of Mis-. Eluard-' 10th birthdty. Th- honor .-I w.is th it-tip. r;t of a number of jirMty gift from her t r i ri J s anI das-; mates. Mu.-.c arid Kar:ir j were f- if ir'.s of the r.t. rtainiii iit ami lunche.-n waj terved during the .(nir:,r. Mrs. Eugeru. I am bur her. 02.' iL Fellows st., was the gu -t at .a s;ir prise party at her home on Friday evening on the occasion of her 2vtn oirthday arini.a rsuly. Mrs. I)am harher was pi -ent tl with M-veral beautiful riff4-. Various prunes were the dlr.-i.n of tr. evening. Lunoh fon was -.-rw-d to the 15 guests pres c nt. A s-Tvie w a-i heb! In memory of Mrs. Frank Hatch, at the meeting of the vVnm.in'H Missionary society of the Fir.-! Fr -si terinn church, I'ri f!av afternoon. On tl: program wr.s a v(cal solo, 'Tho Home Iand." by Mr. Ion ,t-phenaon, and "In Me moria m." a '''!! written anl rad Ml.ns Charlotte partridge. At the Missionary meeting. Mr. 11. D. Har ris iravo a reviow of the third chij tr, "Tlie- City." from the hook "Th Path of Iahor." Th next meeting will he a praise meeting Nov. 2 7. At the regular nieetlnc: to bo held Deo. 6. Mr, u Lf'anN and Mrs. F. . Tvettrin will be the ho:-tc s. Tho office employes of the II. D. Le Mercantile Co. avc a hard times party In thi cafeteria Friday evening. A hard times Mapper was Eervf'l to about 4T of the employe;? find their Kuets. all of whom were dressed In "down and out" costumes. They have decided to open a cluh, and chairmen of tho various tempo rary committees wero elected as fol lows: C. K. Kuehne, president; F. 15. Mendoza, constitution and by laws; Pv. F. Cealka. music, and F. G. Hew.son, nominating:. Tho club will hold a social metinK every month, i Th literature department, section two of the Progress club, met Fri day afternoon. Mrs. J. A. Harris and Miss Florence Weld were the hostesses. There was a vocal solo by Mrs. M. H. Uryan, accompanied by Mrs. (I. A. FMrabau.qh. "Uada." u drama by Alfred No yes, was read by Mrs. J. A. Harris, and "A Num ber of Poems of the Great War," by J. W. DunellfTe. was read by Mis Weld. Tho next meeting vill be held Dec. 13. The members of the department practical psychology of tX South Fend Woman's club met Friday aft ernoon in the club rooms. The pro pram consisted of a talk on the "Pycholory of Childish Fears." bv Mrs. U G. Oare. and the "German Theory of Warfare," by Mrs. G. W. Ziepler. which was prepared by Mrs. Thomas Itungan. The rut meeting will he Nov. 2 0. There were ten members present nt the meeting of the Wanet.t w in, rirele. which was held at the home of .Mrs. !xra 'arson, 1 i 1 5 S. Main t., F"rlday afternoon, eim? DON'T TJEGLECT THAT COUGH At the hr-st sin rf i cold or eolith, commence treatment Immediately with the best procurable remedy. noiii'1man' i;xri:croK.r i guaranteed to be the best and most -aUstaetory remedy ever us-d, or inoney refunded in case it should not jiro- so. It is bo tiotily con centrated that .".! cents worth n.akt-s t, I Tcapi4iisf ul. when mixed at home with honey or su- r syrup. !'f.s:tiely contains no "hloioform, 'piuni. Morjditne or an; other r.ar otic Plea.nt to take and children .ne fund of it. DmiruiMs .'er w here r-fniil mone If il not ie3 xrfM-t at i-'n t in, or is not found 111. f-rV best eer Used fo-- '()irH, Hhl-. llniH hltiv, 'riii. Whoopim: ( .i!i;h or 1 livirM-iU's-. Vou will be the sole jude and under this posi tive iniaratiti r absolutely tl(, j is'.x is ran m buym-r this rtinedy. Adt. At Wheelock's This Genuine r i f j i :.:-i Let other jr. -:v iL v George H. Wheelock & Company Victor Products Inclusively. UNITED STATES RAILROAD ADMINISTRATION W. G. McADOO, Director General of Railroad PLEASE SAVE YOUR OWN TIME And help prevent conesti -a at ticket offices by buying INT ERC MANGE AISLE SCRIP BOOKS Gocd for hearer or any num. cr of persons on all passenger trains cf all railroads under Federal Control On Sale, at all rTh HrOTt7o foi tl 1 I !'ian ha'-,. v. as the diver- f tl. ;.f lei noun. A similar be ki 1 . 1 1 'ec. f., at the Ali-.'- Pi own 6-0 S. iit 1 1 r . r will h o i r i of Mr M 1- higa tl .-t. j 1" I;i-:n ' ton's Sunday te rta i r, .1 at drove a v.. luck s.j pp r r of Mrs M'llMOl C 1. h r borne, F r i d . i v if. i wi- wi r- n 7 "7 Fottare T.ir. Pot w .1 s !- e r f d a. .s ' i 1 1 1 1 at buöiriess : o'clock, after which j meeting held, followed J.y a - rial time. Mi.--.-: perr.tce Mor-, J 1 U ; E. liayton t.. will nt'-rtain the 1 i i. torv ! .mic- l.me ii.inmii: ioi me n mr j -.- t r -.1 1 chorus at the meiii 1 ei .-hip party neldj r;t tb- V. "W. C. A. Friday evening Th- Ktii.es wer- in charge of Mi.-s Mar-;. ret S;. i.e.-. recreation director, fattb Mi.-s 'ir'inia i:ob-rts uaf a number of readings. Th- national anthems of the al'tcd nation- were sun lt. O'ip hundred and s;ty uuhk peo ple attendnd the dmrc j;ivi:M under the an.-; icrs of the .jphoniore class Friday eeni::t; in the hi'h school Kvmnasium. Tlie ioom w.n artis tically decorated with the cl iss and allied national colors. kanhert;or'i orchestra furnishul mu.-ic for tlie, 1J dances. Announcements The last of a series of social events to be riven this season by the Vouiu Peojdes' society (f St. James I'pisco pal church will be held I'riday ev ening, Nov. 25. in the Wom.in's club i rooms. J. M. S. buihllni?. The fol lowing are the patrons, Mrs. John Hazen White, Mrs. Dudley Shiely, Mrs. William Gingrich, Mrs. Herbert W. Fran. Mrs. K. E. Fncke. Mrs. Thomas II. Urandon, Mrs. William Pender, Irs. Howard Craniil. Mrs. Walter Muessel, Mrs. George Edwin Keller, Mrs. Philip Klintrel, Hev. It. I'. Carr and Wm. C. Penson. The art department of the Prog ress lub will meet Monday after noon at o : :i 0 o'clock in the club rooms. Miss Marie Williams will dis cuss the development of the cartoon, Mrs. C. Mont Smith will heqin th study of "American Landscape Paintint;" taking as her topic. "The Hudson Itiver School," and Mrs. J. V. Kerner and Miss May Appleby will have charge of the current art note?. The Tabea girls of Zion Evangeli cal church will meet Monday even ing in the parish school. All mem bers of the club are requested to be present. The Clay Harrij Home Economics club, which was to have held its reg ular meeting next Wednesday at the homf of Miss Elsie Christian, Ed wardsburg rd., will not meet until Pec. 4. at which time Miss Chris tian will act as hostess. There will be a meeting of the Ayii'ladora circlo on Tuesday even ing at the home of Mrs. John T. Walker, 22 S N. Taylor st. Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Altfeld, 325 S. Williams tst., have as their guet their nephew, Lieut. E. M. Altfeld, Camp Grant. 111. Won! has been received by Mrs. Richard Dugdale, 205 E. Navarre st . that her son. William Dugdale, has been promoted to chief inspec tor on the tug and gun boats inthe navy yard at Charlestown, S. C. and that he will arrive home Dec. 20 for a "0 days' furlough. Mrs. J. W. Coleman of this city leaves today to visit her daughter. Mrs. Worth Carter, at Pooi.eville, III. NAMED ( br.HK IX) .11' STIC IL Miss Jessie Ievy of 661 Importe aw. who has been attending the In diana Liw school at Indianapolis, htis been appointed clerk in the of fne of Fhief Justice David Myers of the Indiana supreme court. FIRST IN THE NEWS-TIMES At Wheelock's Victrola I personals in mahogany finish has the lat est improvements and a beauti ful tone. Price $60.00 us demonstrate models tor vou. tili: or Ticket Offices INTERESTS REVEL A TIONS OF A WIFE I WHAT MI1S. COSfiKOVi; TOLD MA1H-E APOl T HEK I'AMOl'S iikotiieks like. Tr.e very air of the Co-gTOe farm- I ho-se parlor seemed vibrant with j tragedy a Mrs. Co.gro e's voice in her denunciation of th ; woman who had ruined her brothers i ' life. All around us on the walls of I e room wer, the wonderful uaint- i uie work or her brother 8 .... . . . . .. t'tmus before madnes-s cloud-d his brain. It seemed a fantastic thin; to me. one hardly believable, that the man whose hands had created the marvelous beauty before he was chafing his life away in the littD hidden enclosure but a few rod from where we sat. Mrs. Cosejrove's oice went on with out the pitiful tory. hteaihly, with - ti 4 t l .i . trcninr Mot I rnrvcf tint under her -unmoved exterior the woman's whole being was aflame. "I had not seen Ttobort for a lnnp time before the break, came." shr said. "IWore that girl came into his life he had come to tis öfter, ami he lft these pictures with me from time to time. 'Some dav. after I am dead, they'll make your for tune." he used to say with a gloomy gayety that frightened me. He wps so disappointed over his work poor Ilobert! "Put after he married he was either ashamed to come to me or -he wouldn't let him. I have nevsr decided which was the reason. At any rate I had heard nothing from him for months when one of his friends, poorer even than himself, came to us and told us that for some time Robert had-been In a sani tarium, supported by the contribu tions of some of his friends, each of whom needed every dollar of his own slender means. The treatment, moreover. had done Robert no good, and he. having found out by i search through Robert's thincs. tha. I was his sister, came to me to see what was to be done. "I had no mean? to keep him in the sanitarium, and I could not bear to have him sent to a date institu tion. This place was a great deal lonlier then even than now. so Mr Cosgrove fixed up that little green house and the kennels, and hull: the little house. He gave it out tha he was raising rare flowers and blooded dogs, and got quite a repu tation for crankiness and snobbish ness because he wouldn't let people inspect his greenhouses. "It was awfully hard to keep Rob ert's presence -a secret at first, but since the twins pot old enough fo help me. and Robert has grown quieter, it has been comparatively easy. And tho best, thing about It all la that everybody believes him dead. No one. not even his wife, guessed the real state of things. His friends who took him to the sani tarium, brought him here; I never appeared in the matter at all, and they all hated her cordially, and could be depended on never to grati fy any inquiries she might make. But I don't suppose she ever mad any. She disappeared shortly before his mind broke." A Littlo Iplanatlon. She rose from her chair. Her hands went out to the pictures on the wall in an eloquent gesture. "And now the light seems break ing at last!" she said Joyously. "Robert's fame has come to him, hH pictures are valuable enough to procure the best treatment for him. and his brain seems less clouded these last few weeks than It has been in years. Only once in a while once idnce you have been here he gets one of his terrible weeping fits of melancholia, then one of us keeps constantly with him until he is over it. That is the reason for my deception concerning the twins. One of them was with his uncle that day, but to avoid remark I created the impression that both were at breakfast. "But I smell those ducks. It would be a sorry return for your kindness and interest to let your dinner burn." She hurried out to the kitchen, and I sat revolving in my mind the traeie story to which I had jus", listened. The most of it I had guessed, and I felt a foolish little thrill of pride at my own insiprht. Dicky, Mr. Cosgrove. the warden and the attorney came back from the Justice court In short order, bringing with them tremendous ap petites for "Mrs. Coserove's ducks, and the r.ews that our ca" had been -et for Monday. Mrs. Cs;rroYi' Suggestion. When the warden and the attor ney bad left, after a dinner whirl; was a revelation in the culinary art. tri Posurovos. Dicky and I went Into "executive session." as Diokj expressed it, to complete our plans 'cr the vening. T wa amused to c.e the venom which Mr. Cosirrovt di.-plaed to ward the absent Mrs. Alli-s when lv; learned that ir.ste.ad of being at tracted by him she had been de'ib- erat c 1 V Tdanr.ir.g to rob hi no use That his wife thoroughlv under Storni and maliciously njoy-d hi feeling T cv.lbl fell by the q.jie mile tbat hovered around her lips when her husband was csneeial! vehement ir his denunciation of the a ! sent womir. "Won't th.it Jfr.ebel r.iel! i rat when he c n . e -4 1 ark and f.nd. you two here ins-ead of m the cal - I boose, where sbe meint yoj to spd (he ru-rbr." be demanded at a paus t . . . . . in tin 'is-,-:".;in, nr..J h:s wife s lip sere n t the on!v ones that twitch- -d at the cj.it bet. 'She thought b old o Tenders the ; you u u and ct s a j ir.g Ji.idice you were wcubT loc OF WOMEN you out of the way at least until her little job was tini.-hed." "Why let her find hirf wife asked quietly. them here?' CONSERVATORY FACULTY WILL GIVE RECITAL TUESDAY EVENING A faculty concert on Tuesday night will mark the formal opening of the winter season at the South Bend conservatory. The program which follows more than guaran tees a delightful evening: "The lark" Glinka-Da lakirev "Eegenda" PaU-rewski Miss Theophila Maklelska. "Py the Window ' .... J.'chaikowsky The Wounded Pirch." Gretchaninoss "God Took from Me Mine All'.. Rachmaninoff IM'5 ,,:ifpl Harri. ! Miss Valeria accompanied by Pondurant. ni'llitUIH', o i i . ii v Dvorak 1 1 . Iirghetto III. Scherzo; IV. Finale. Frederic H. Inger.aoll, accom panied by Miss Helen Burke. "Waltz Paraphrase" Schnett Miss Dora Hershenow. O Lovely Night" Ronald f.Violin obllgato, Fredeiic If. Inger- KOil. 'The Sheperdess" Horsman Chinese, "Mother fJoose Melo- dies' Bra inbridge Jennie Thatcher Beach, Mi.ss Maude Weber, piano. "alse Prilliante" Chopin "Berceuse" Chopin "Etude in V Minor". ... Iouis Elbel Pantominic dance "Belgium".... Chalis Sarah Isabel Niles. The program will begin at 8:15 and there will be no admission fee. L0RAD0 TAFT WILL LECTURE NEXT WEEK South Bend people wdll be offered an unusual opportunity to hear a noted artist lecturer when Ix)rad Taft, one of the best known of American sculptors, will appear be fore the Progress cluh and its guests next Saturday afternoon, taking as his subject "When the Boys Come Home." Mr. Taft, who is brought here by the history department of the club, is said to be an easy and fluent speaker, full of spontaniety, and most interesting to his audience, presenting his topic in a decisive manner which is most effective. A graduate of the university of Illinois and of the Ecole des Beaux Arts in Paria. Mr. Taft was well fit ted to accept a position as instruc tor in the Art institute of Chicago, where he has been serving as an In structor since 18Sfl. He is a member of the Municipal Art commission, a director of the Municipal Art league, of Chicago, a member of the Na tional Sculpture society and was for two years president of the Western 4Society of Artists. In addition to his ait training he has had years of ex perience on the lecture platform. FINAL EXAMINATIONS BY BOARD ON MONDAY The lfst physical examinations of registrants in the 19 to 3 6 class will be made by local straft board No. 1 next Monday morning, commencing at 9 o'clock. Both local city boards til 1 have considerable work to do before they are ready to make their final report to the ottice of Provost Marshal Crowder. The county, or No. 3 board has com pleted its last classifications and rxaminations and made the annual report to Washington. The report is up to Sept. 11. and but very little work remains for this board before winding up its affairs and making final report. MAUniAGi: LICENSES. Webt P. Matthews. salesman, Elkhart and Sadie Esther Fitch, Wayne county, III. Goes Over the Top Armed Only With Camera and Cane; on Last Day of Fighting BY BEUT I'ORD. Iiit'-ri. iti Neu SeTvi-.e: WITH THE AMERICAN ARMY OF OCCCPATION Nov. 23. How Herman Whitaker, a San Francisco author, went over the top with the doughboys in the last day of fight ing on the Meust, armed only with a cane and a camera was told today. Whitaker joined Lieut. John W. Kress' platoon of the seeond bat talion, til 4th infantry. He is 51 year old and has three sons and seven grandchildren in th service. The daring photographer's hip was dislocated in an automobil- accident some time ago. making it r.etessary for him to carry a can. (isi 0ct Top. I spent the last week of the fight ing with the doughboys taking pic tures and collecting literary mater ial." said Whitaker. "On the morn inir the an.ii.--t ice was signed tlie repi'ii-: t I was with was orderer! to take hill No. r.l? and I decide,! j with them. I was anv.fd only with a camera and was ol lieed to taVe a. cane owing to the rou'li country. The hills and woods were or e infirm. In the closing hours the bov'ne laid dwn a barrage which killed and wounded our men on every vide. crept from shell ho'-' to hell hole, taking photographs of DE A THS uu-v joi:phine .mahcin KOWSkX Mr--. Josephine M ireinko ska, years old. died at her home, 7 --i WfcLster st. Thursday morning at iliwU o'clock of heart laalure. fShe. is survived by her husband, Murtin Marcinkowski, and the following children: Mr. M.ry fczuba of Manis tee, Mich.; Pt. Stefan, with the American expeditionary forces in France; Pvt. Leon in New York; John Heroniin, Stanley and Heltfii. She also leaves seven grandchildren. jMrs. Marcinkowfaka, whose maiden name was Jotsephmo V roble w&ku, v. a born iti Poland, Europe, in July. lS'iO, and came to America uLout 30 itars ago. The funeral services will be held Tueseday murning at 10 o'clock at St. Caimir's church. Rev. Stanislaus Goika. C. S. C. will oiheiate. Burial will be in st. Jotepa cemetery. LLONA ANNA MOREHOUSE. Ieona Anna Morehouse, two years and nine months old. died at the home of her father, James More house, Rupel rd., at. midnight Fri day, following a week's illness of pneumonia. Behides her father she is survived by two brothers, George and Howard and four sisters, Ethel, Ruth, Esther and iolu. Funeral arrangements have not been completed. MILS. G. KAilb SAT EU. Mrs. Alma Siter, ;;l years old, 517 11. Broadway, died at E'pworth hos pital Saturday morning- at 4:2u o'clock, following a three weeks' ill nets of pneumonia She U survicd by her husband, G. Earl, her father, Joseph Leckey of Robinson, 111., one brother, Ray M. Leeky of Oblong. ; lib, and three sisters, Mrs. Edna I 'Blake of Robinson and .Mrs. Mollio BigSS of Montana, Mrs. Sater was born in Oblong, on Spt. 2, lST, and came here from thtre three years ago. Her 'marriage took place on Nov. 11, 1907, in Anderson, Ind. The body will be sent to Robin son, 111., where the runeral will bo held on Monday. Burial will take at Oblong, 111. MUS. CLAUA ontR The body of Mrs. Clara Oire of Chicago, accompanied by her hus- j band, John Oire, and her mother, Mrs. Nettie Harper will arrive here ! Sunday at 12:07 o'clock and will be ken directly to Riverview ceme- ' rery for burial. Rev. U. S. Qrcene ; will officiate. The coffin will be j opened at the grave. Mis. Oire U a former resident of thia city. JI1VN KVIILYX McLKAN. Jean Evelyn McLean, the one-day-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J.. A. McLean of Green twj., died Friday night. Burial took place Saturday afternoon at Riverview cemeten. FUNERALS ADALBERT I5AUCZYKOWSKI. Funeral services for Adalbert Barczykowski, 37 years old, who died Friday morning at his home, 1810 Longley av., will be held Monday morning at 8:30 o'clock at S,t. Stan islaus' church, Rev. Roman Marcin iak, C. ri. C, olticiatin,'. Burial will will be in St. Joseph cemetery. STA X ISIA W SZ YMANOWSlvI. The funeral of Stanislaw Szyman owbkl, 77 years old, who died Friday morning at his home. 104 4 W. Fish er st., will be held Sunday after noon at l:o0' o'clock at St. Hed wk'e's Catholic church, Rev. An thony Zubowicz, C. S. C, officiating. Burial will be in St. Joseph's ceme tery. ISAAC l. JlHYAXT. Funeral services for Isaac B. Bryant, who died Thursday after noon, will be held Sunday afternoon at the residence, S05 Cottas Grove av., at 2 o'clock. Burial will be in Highland cemetery. ' CHARGE EX-SAL00NIST WITH "BOOTLEGGING" Affidavit charging the unlawful possession of intoxicating lijuor for the purpose of sale has been filed in the circuit cmrt against Thomas O'Neill, a W. Washington av. ex saloonist by Asst. Chief of Police William Cassidy. Bond in the sum of $300 was fixed. the front line fighting. The dough boys were getting what shelter they could from these craters. While in that posture the machine run bullets- were whistling around our ear and the German batteries were firin at us pointblank. The men calle these shells "daiy cutters. " owing to the range of fire. Hat Off to nouldo-. "It is hata off to the doiighi0& by ewryone over here. The folk" at home cannot grasp the desolation and dar.eer of the ground they bat tled for and won. There were nil chine cur nests everj where. Bu thev failed to stop th- America r.w. The courage of the douhbtiy, mad--my heart pump with pride and r. I 'm:- roc in my throat every time I saw one of our lads fr.ll. "When the arm-tic- l-am- ei-fe-:tie and the fifing ce ts.-d. I cross ed the line and heran to photograph the Orr ians. They s r.-l jUd to see me ar.d T wa surprised at the number of them that spoke rood En dish. All agreed that the Ameri can was i mos worthy foe am! that the dc.:-;hboys hn.l given them the hottest hoaira uf their Ir.es. My. how our fellow can scrap.' Lieut. Kress and (Jen Johni-ton t.-.ade atfidavit as- to Whitakei s ploit. a AMERICANIZATION CHIEF TOPIC OF STATE CLUBS (CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE.) fleers in the different departments and boards remain the name. In the aft rnoon Mrs. Caroline Butler Hendricks presented several read ings from James Whitcomb Riley. Fred Lv Sims of South Bend die cussed "Women's Interest in Taxa tion," M. E. Foley of the state coun cil of defense spoke on the subject, i "What of the Futuue?" and Mr. Powell, acting first assistant tu Herbert Hoover, took as his topic. "Conservation." The federation dinner was given on Wednesday evening, after which a number of extracts from the plays and writings of Gen. Lew Wallace, James Whit comb Riley and Meredith Nicholson featured the program. On the closing day of the conven tion resolutions of mcmoriam were adopted for Mrs. Fairbanks. a prominent federation member, whose death occurred during the past year. At noon the president's luncheon was given, followed by the afternoon session, . at which Mr??. Fred H. McCulloch spoke on the War Victory commission, and Mrs. Melville Johnson. a well known artist lecturer, presented an illustrated lecture on "American Artists." The Rev. Owen Odell of Indianapolis delivered the inspiring closing address of the convention, taking cs his topic. "Americaniza tion." "DAWN OF JUSTICE IS RISEN." KING ALBERT LONDON. Nov. "The dawn of justic ha risen." declared Kin Albert of Belgium, in a message 1 1 th Pedpian arm:," eulogizing their deed. The massacre, a ropy of which was received fv m Pr isvls todav. follows: "Soldiers, i am proud of sou The oppressor" who terrorized our peopi and profaned our institutions, threw our fellow countrymen into prlion and everywhere exercise,! art-Prarv despotism f now d'-inlt'Iv an-qui-hed." POSTPONE MEETING OF STATE CREDIT MEN Owir.r to the prevalence of influ - eiiia. in Indianapolis and E aro die, frora which poir.'- large delegations wt-re expected, the nr.n,; il sat conference of credit men, which to have been held rt the Oliver U 1 net Tu .--Jay. has b.c-n pr..-t:- indefinit'''. TP-rates were expected from Fort War M-. iT.d Terre Hau'e vaa! ho ned i b o ". le .1 S-immer.-. osteopath, MblP En ion Tr ist R'.dff. ?21-1'T Advt. moed to I,am!cit A: Earimond. mre.l to Rooms . ground tlor. Farmers? Trv, Advt. .aw vers, and 7. a. p. - 1-2-M I onisnt at 9;30 ends the Clerks' Discount Sale The last chance tonight to save 10 percent on sll your purchases the last opportunity to buy Christ mas gifts at a ten percent discount. We are open until nine thirty o'clock this evening. 0ro TUB BZIGrtT&3T SPOT ffif TQlVff The Restaurant and Caffeteria Has installed a mammoth range with triple ovens and duplex broiler a range with a capacity to feed thou sands of people daily if necessary a range so scien tifically constructed that the finest results are assured. Every morsel of food you eat in this beautiful place will be appetizing. " 'Twill soon be finished." SLACKERS' MONUMENT IS PLAN OF HUNTINGTON j Neu 6- 1 iiiit-S 'ie. i il Sorti e I in'NTlNdTDN, Nov. 2?.. Monu- s. ! merits for tnU and monument for Ithat but a monument for !a. kt-ri vho ever thought c.f that. vYe!l that is just what the citizens of j Huntington pUn to do h.-s a fitting j memorial to those who failtt to stand by their country in its hoar ol need. It :s planned to inscribe on il the names of the men who failed t- j do thtir duty h-i e at hwme. and then : to place the monument in the center . of the business district of the town. ; The plan was suggested a J. a local War Work land meeting i , HEADS CI A i.OVEUNMEN I'. 1 LONDON, Nov. 1" A dispatch ; received by the foreign orf.ee ;;n- j nouncfes that Admiral Koicbak been mud supreme head tf iia- Ffa governnient. wh!"ii forrii wa-- controlled by five director. ciiak being one of them. Kol III11T1IS. ib.in to Mr. and Mis .-th. !JC W. Samp!- A .til; ib Trading y:th advertisers means rnorfifor le5 cab. Equipped to Feed a Small Armv Washington JAPANESE EMPEROR DECORATES YANKS WASH INF. T emperor of J. i i 'I V - it;o::s .: p. otfi'.i : s. i! and Pei All, ! i nrri'.y Fl.s.- t : J; par- : .it a?-. s to .!, 'I 1 W8- be r.l l n . r.it u a ;:. ' a s.-.i rt 'fivi i , h. t.II.g la F,I,i!,J , PI .T I V ll.P A'ASf I 1NC.T' ". . I '..fu in : r. .ii. b umi; in i N can Re to. -ay s n . r.ib-r cir:.m ii f-'r , i i.e ::.: St .te- ; Fr-..- I , i 1 1 - i ?-. ,1 T ! s I ' t.. .i . ,, " ill - :n -. Ml! -. .e; has t, id ? It .' I I'OS I TERKE ! IA Ml PUN,. I: l . ' . of th- I; '. All E. T;i I p. : r T.otrpor h- .üb f I : . 1 iti . ! " T V is T i w h I t, rr.e -t'.nr .o-.