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THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES Ef . LIPPIIICOTT SCORES AGITATORS Claims Wilson's Fourteen ! Peace Terms Essential to World Peace. TV.!-- t!t- fiij-n j. on,:., lined in Pre t WiNoV-, fam- ! U h- ri .tr:. :! adhered to. the Jfi'jii; tu 1 1 of t.-!.iy a r ry liable to be f.'ra-'! into .nio:h'-V roni'irt if 1 fv. '. a. Lippimon. . m . . . . . tu .nf l rst I r.'v(fr;.ii; ehur'h a t the Fi,nl.i morning !- r i . . "For the p.i-: fo (r e.trs tlo .: tire r ml. zed v. .,(:. 1 !;.IS i,... ti , Inn": i-.K .": i . aii'l now that It Is- I k re w ltiim our grasp. i;re.tt cm - j tion should be i;ed an.l righteous prir. "!:!' s ;idv o ,it-i to ir:urp p.-r-in.uif.it j-';i f. Th.M. --t.it -1 : i n who gather about th-- i- K t.iM-- al r-.i s will h.i in i ; -1 1 .i in with the rri;i r t i riir of international! law y whirh future cn'i ation- t-hall o.- K''"'-ri'!. "Aln.nh England h.i m Ii.-r po-- ! "s.-on the powerful German suaa-!-! r n cf dreadna ught. ' Hlt'-r coun tries hie started to take inventor;. f their war res-i r'ey. would b-'U tli.it instead of fon. fnt 'atinu ; th'-ir enr-ru-i'-s mi the pr nt nm of: lher warü, I hey are seeding to build up !-f. rws uhhh nil! insure their safety .-t jlt i n any por-sibb- op. to ml er. ' That brings, u hack to the solid pilmiplev adocated ! ii'ir p. , i -ent and which, if I understand - r jtly. neie .ici'-.c. l.y our allis ;is a buis f r permanent peace. The-.- principle should i.e insisted iij.on at the rath-rintr cf the r-pre- i teji.atles of the wrio'i.t nations i flllllllllllttltlllllllltlltlllllll IIIIIIIIlIIIIIllIIIIIItlIlIIIIIIIIIIIIlllItIII!IIIIIIIIIlIllIIIllIIIIIIlttItIIIIIII!IIIIIIIII!lltlllIIIIIIItf Store open Monday Evening till 9:30. We close at 6 P. M. Tuesday Evening, Christmas Eve. Closed all Day Christmas. Charles We Sell Dependable Merchandise at Prices Lower I Last Cal JOT I One Great Day Remains for Gift Selection Don't feel that because only one day remains you must be satisfied with just anything. Look over our stocks, see what surprising opportunities are to be had I for economical, satisfactory selection. No matter how hard the problem has been you will find here just what you would be happiest to give. These special Sale Items listed below are on sale Monday Evening from 5:30 to 9:30 P. M. and all day Tuesday, up to 6 P. M. Closing Time. One Table of Toys at 25 Off ODD LOTS LEFT FROM OUR HEAVY CHRISTMAS SELLING. AI L HANDKERCHIEFS, WAISTS MUSLIN UNDERWEAR. CREPE DE CHINE UNDERWEAR, KNIT SLIPPERS AND MEN'S NECKWEAR On Sale at 10 Off ALL KNIT GOODS AND BOUDOIR CAPS AT 15 OFF. ALL STATIONERY 20 OFF. ALL DRESSES, BATH ROBES, MANICURE SETS, TOILET SETS, TRAVELING SETS AND MEN'S SET KIMONOS FOR MOTHER Nice warm Flannelette at $1.75 to $3.00 Pretty Colored Crepe $1.50 to $5.00 Mannelette Dressing Saeques $1.00 "LA PHILIPPI" HAND MADE UNDERGARMENTS A Product of the Philippine Islands. Priced from $3.00 to $6.95. GOOD GLOVES FOR CHRISTMAS Women's All-Silk 75c to $1.50 Women's Kid Gloves $2.00 to $3.00 Men's Silk Glove $1.00 and $1.50 Hoys' Lined Kid at $1.00 and $1.25 HAND BAGS AND PURSES And a merry Christmas vro hand in hand. Leather Hand Bai;s and Purses all priees. Also Velvet Bas at $3.50 and $5.00 FANCY TEA APRONS Special 39c to 75c BOUDOIR CAPS Special 50c to $1.25 ! Vr i.jil!-s for ( j r. greatest p arc j fiu;fT'Wf ever h-!fl. "Thos.' firia ru i-r- who r;e . t 1 -'atir.g prep redrie-s for another :ir ..tie not v.i.ithv of the name A r;i-ri-pan. and .-hould , summaiily i t with t' thowi hr.uv.- !M-n uho fought jto rt, thf unr!l safe for dfiin'C- I r.i v." SUNDAY SONG SERVICE AT WESTMINSTER CHURCH Sunday eT.inj-' Mri''(v, at the W. -trnir:-t r M. i:. ehurch at th Cf'iii'T of .-"ott ari'l I.IniJ-ey sts.. re -:nu-i:.i!! i tu p: -v e, a rn'Ni ea 1 j'lni .irii of not- i i n tr i'n un- ! r th- per.-"n;il lir-rtion "f Mlv- J K.a t herir..' il.erh. oru:ini.sf. A! a noVr W". F:-.lot) s.mu' "Th i l'.irtfuiay f .'. K i ti it. " II- j'o-v-evS i tii. 1 1 k.i l'l .' clear tenor oi-e if -ept jonnl rar.it", .'it.-l his jnierpre t it;. .ii of th- mi:u' was perf-et. In 'th- 'p''""' too, Iiis oi'- has fM p ti.., ,I in' i i?. Th- i -tM!-rin-; of i ".-'il'-nt N'i;ht." '- "-i-'t 1 1 1 i nt r i'Mi.:it't -h"-'l t!ic rc-ul! "f iiK I ! 1 pa 1 1; -t a K i n l;' :mi t on tli'- part oi tii' Ta!' ! -. llo l-s-rve mm h it- prai.-- for their efforts ai-'iiic this !in-. It ; eomp r I of A. W. I:;s mm. tir t-nor. I". W. Mors-, s-"-ornl t.nor. I r- ' . II. S u ti'il in har- :to!,.. ami I.- .. K fi 1 1 w-r hasso. Th- nnhlje is onlialv incite. 1 to att-rn! tli- ..!-. j.-.-s ;,t the WVst m i n - r M. Y'.. -hucrti. LAPAZ UNION CHURCH HOLDS BIG MEETING ib.-id'-nts of Lapa and cotni.iun ity who attend, d ttp- s-r ic s at In ion i hwnh Sunday nim,". had th- pl-asui- f li-teiiim-; to .om- in-tr.-tirm d:- lssions on the eornli tion of tdici'ius affair-- at the pres ent tin.-. Aftr til- pastor had pi-;. h"d an "lo'pi-nt s'-rniou or. "Th. I lat-d hri-t." in which li cored licniun 1 a '' a rit'. m-moi'i-j of th- ci'iuri elation arose and e- r-s.--d tn.ur i-ws on : nines r-- oll Th. :-"I'Ui i s A ere well a I t-n Sax Christmas On Sale at 25"o Off ALL MILLINERY AT HALF PRICE CHRISTMAS SERVICES AT SALVATION ARMY HALL! 'at. N-h-iniah nro-.k- -f tl. al"a.tion Ai k.v i (jT.iiucUd the ,Sur.- oay niht i-ri-s at th- Salitif army, whi-h coi'i-tci of prayer -ano" tlie s.iiikrle of su r-tl hvmits. ";rl.s pift th- he-t in tho1 Chris of 15. thl-hei: .' sail Capt. Kroo'r.i-s. "All mankiri'J may harn in tii- joy ai"l P'r-e eoiitait;f(l in the wrapper of riKht- oii-nes, iin-I tho hiM- rie-i il i re t ions wh-rfhy tiles.- thini-'s may le e.io.'f ly all. 'hrivtmas gifts i-atis- joy for a tirm uh-ri triv n in pro. - -i-irit. hut th jos of )jd Me e r !a st i UK- Duiir , th- past yeir thi ratiou has .e. -ii tan-lit to t;i.e more. anl in a hirir-r m-as'ir- thin at an1' oth.er ri ;' its xitent . anl at the s.uio- time it h;i h-arn-l to n r rw1. Now th .! (J"! ha chosen to trive ri-in Hi" vi"!or, ' " MM " 1 and subjects alike should eontinu- with th- uood work ' on -.-rv a 1 1 on . tr-'-s l.rarti-it.L- that which they h i Ve pr-a l :-d . "Tll'l- -h.ould 1 -tru-tion of ships or for th-y may -usilv into s'trn t hi n lc u fnl : o wilful d e -anth,in-c els I..- eonvpi'te.l .Iii.-t as thf a lo v s and t'irTi-d into lreu i ri" s.-risii'l" t hilVH been IK'tll r"?. 10 .also 1 .m hould the ships b e utilied ,(t i.i i d '. ork is Uood u d. All for .-d and humanity. A elul r I r; v h.o w-re about to share u ! --.in -.f mar bbs. hot who thr-w th-m into th.- s-a i:i-tead, wotild b- ron--id.-re.l unwi-e ind--:l. Some .-ort of a-;r-em"!.t sliould h- r-aehe.l vhereb t h-' could h U--d for I Kor-d jvurpove. "At this time ther- i--- n-ed of special jirayer for wise regulation by the stat-smeri who m--t at the peae ;ilo, Al! const i atory m-asur-' .-hould acted upon fa vorablv. (rnMi:T. '-,; r i.i Hi i'hii.-tmas C-sh rlub is now opvn. all Hashes; come in and let us evplain. ('iti.ens Loan. Trust I s Sanm o. 11.-114 . jeu-rson i hid Adv. 1 n.di v-t. Co. I than Any Other Stom Gifts Men Like Men'-- Fine Quality Neck near, in vTiniJ assortment oi newc'i patterns. Speciallv priced at 25c, 50c, 60c, 75c, $1.00 and $1.50 Men's khaki Handkerchiefs. u-Mven fast colors, hemmed, at 121 2c, l5Ct 25c and 50c White Handkerchiefs, each 10c. 15c, 25c and ..... .39c dersev Gloves, heavy fleece lined . ,75c Men's Grav Silk Gloves (Kavser s). with Mack stitch ing $1.00; plain -ray. . .$1.50 dap Silk Handkerchiefs 49c, 69c and 75c Militär- Brushes, Portfolios, Shaving Sets. Traveling Sets. Comfort Kits. Speciallv priced from 75c to $3.00 Muslin Pajamas S1.S8 to $3.50 Twn-Piece Silk Pajamas $6 Men's Silk I. isle Hose, in Mack. -A-hite. ;ray. Mown, and champa cue. all i7.e. pair 50c NOTRE DAME GRADUATE WRITES OF ARMY LIFE A fc'!i:r.p-e of .!. front an,l of lio-uiihuy" Uf .tt the T.art the He I i ro.s plays in that life may oe seen from th- followir.- !-tter from an i Indiana, hoy, lierr.aid "oi, ate of Notre I.-ime in 1?17. tjradti- j ari'l a I well re nc n i li-rl o r o nf 1..- I - ------- - - . . k - - 4 ' A. VI.' northern Indiana univerit . Th letter follows: A. o. So. 7M. IIvhc. Hos. No. 1. Dear Dad: Some weeks ajo, In th- vernacu lar of the army, I v. as w hat i com monly known as knocked oil' the ! limh. It happened during a heavy I lmmbardment of the G-rmans, who 'ekan sm-ijin us at. y p. rn. I was in So Man'.- Tind. enad in tli-i- -im,- trenches vhen th- trouble ho- .in. Wo W ere lill.i hl I o r, !t v j-l0 tPl j ojM.n and had to endure it intho About the third shell, which was a hi'h explosive and which we tprm i (J. T. Can. struck very close to me and injured me slightly in the i -ck and rUht hand. The wound in jthe neck was vary sliuht. hut tile j thumb, first and middle tinkers of jthe hand wfr- rather badly mar, lled. although the doctor ha fuc- i i ssfully saved them. Later anoth-r pi ee of shrapnel stru"k me in the hack and wounded me slightly. Thus lar, however, my most serious trou- jh'e has been with mustard -;as I'M'iis. oi which I received many, practicalk covering my bps fron) the waist down. At this mornin-r's .Ires-sin;;, however, the doctor was -ry much pleased at the prosrfss I am making and expects me. to he out soon. This briefly is the story of iny first trip to the first lino tnnches. I had hi en there only three days wlh n the accident hap pened, hut I expect to finish tip my turn som time in the future. A you understand. I am una'de 'o write myself, this letter beins by the courtis;' of th- Red Cross. nernard J. Voll, first Li-ut.. aiith Infantry, o. fi. LOCAL PÖULTRYMEN TO HOLD SHOW JAN. 14-19 Th- South r.end Poultry and I'ot stock association will hold its tenth annual exhibition here from Jan. 11-K inclusive. The lo-.il branch is a member of the American Poultry association, and its next exhibit will he governed by the oflicia! poultry show rules of that organization. All entries for this show must he in the hands of P. A. Neiermann. secretary and treasurer, in the Am erican Trust huildintr not later than Jan. 11. The doors of the show room will be open to the public at . o'clock, Tuesday. Jan. 4. All specimens will be judged by comparison, and besides the regu lar cash p izes cups and other spe cial premiums offered for the best, birds, the association offers a hand some ribbon of rial quality for ev ery first, second, third, fourth and fifth prize of every variety. Lxhibitors wishing to sell their birds may do so at the show by placir.Lr a ta on the pen of his en try with th- price asked. The officers are Joseph S. barton, president; Ira 1. Hrown. vice-president: P. A. neiermann, secretary and treasurer, and Charles S. Feld mier, superintendent poultry. SWINE BREEDERS PLAN FOR JANUARY MEETING The Indiana Swine Preeders as sociation will hold their 4i!rd annual meetin- at the Claypool hotel in In dianapolis, starting at t::o a. m. Jan v This is the oldest swine as- soeiation in the T'nit-d States und all farmes of St. Joseph county who are interested in swine breed ing ar- invited to attend. The principal speakers will he Prof. J. S. Coffey, teacher of animal husbandiv at the 1'niversity of Ohio sjwho will uivo a b eture on "The Im portance or flood i iocs on me Parm." and Prof. J. 1 1. Skinner, dean of the agricultural department in Purdue University, who will lec ture on "Procuring Feeds at Prac tical Pri-es-." BOWLING SCORES ! Ki:tm,i:i: s nrr.i: 1 Si.;ir!,ev 'M 1-1 171 "4t1 : s, t, i- pit r.c oiä ' Mill. t 1 17 1 7 v 1s' rr, '.ral;;im .-oO 1 ..". E ' Hi. lur.ls 17' I'd IVJ .t4L E ' Tet d- s7 '.'7tl ' i;nsiu:.- H I SteTi :isin bid li-" 1."7 4nh Z i lulli'v Ml l'id Is.t .V.I I i:.-i; !. r I'"-. tN h-7 j I.etuir.l 17M -.mi ro i I I.i t in i. l'i 147 171 Js7 NEW PASTOR GRACE M. E. P.ev. Pert te'itt llor'i of th apitol Av. M. I, church of Indian- apo'is. '-sterday assumed his duties as pastor of the (Jr.uo M. . church. preachins: a timely sermon. "The I'irst Christinas. An increase in attendance- marked the new pas tor's advent in South Mend. Me has taken up It is ifsidence at the par-s.ma-e. Ill i:. Tutt st. i FIRST IN THE NEWS-TIMES i r..T-:i !ns strnt!i f d'b-.'ite. nrv'""! . ri!!.-lnn J.-.ip'.' tn tv. Veek tli.ie in l!;-tll i livfim-.--. It MS- i .Mil -1 ; 1. r !-- 1 !'V Mih 11 J. II1.. I. !! M. S l:.'.''. f'"T:rer St-'rt ry 'f the tr iHiir mi l Ka;.ernor -f Inw.i :iti I "i -1 r-i.-ii t i:d N' miii.- 'li.i. A. T"'!!"' ; 1 '. S. "nnd'ii'ii":' of Im-r.y.-Z' ltlo'i II. :i. Aiit!.er,v Carhi-tti 1 lilted Strit- .Iii. z i. W. At- :;'.:i--a f t!i 'oi;rf f 'lilnu ..f W;'.ir 't"!i at!-! . t!:.-i Ak ..-i.- 1 r i r ! IT i -1 ;ii".:it it. 1 1 Pipers Suicide Contemplated for Some Time MUSKEGON. Mich.. Dec. - ". That .Mio H. Pier, who Saturday I nipht ended his life in a cfdl at the county jail here ivhtrf hn was held on a charge of killing- Miss Iri-?da Weichman, häd for pome time con templated suicide, whs the belief ex pressed by the authorities ttday. This assumption if based by the police on the finding of a brief and somewhat cryptic note, which Cor oner James F. Dalbirnie announced was found pinned tt the dead man's underwear. The note, which ae cordlnp; to the mronei, seemingly was written whil riper was In Hamilton. Ont., reads as follows: "Dear Mother. Father and Broth er; "Thanks for all you have done for me. Take pood care of Hilda an 1 Choppy (Piper's wife and throe-year-old son). As you or I must Co, let it be me. fiood-bye all. I am not S"ilty. Milo." No theory has been announred as to what Piper meant by the words "you or T must f?o." At the bottom of the note, written on a piec of paper su h as is used in tobacco eans. were th word"; "This dop comes from Hamilton.'" It Is tnls notation that leads the authorities to believe Piper wrote the words be fore boine; brought here from Ham ilton. Thy also point out that no lead pencil of mean;? cf pinning the not to his underwear had been left in the prisoner's cell. At the coroner's inquest which will be held tmorrow Coroner Balbirnie stated today on effort will he made to determine why Piper was left un guarded long enough to permit him to hang himself. The cell, it was learned today, was Jpft unwatched for two hours before Piper's hody was fotind. MORE THAN ONE WAY TO GET CHRISTMAS TURKEY "Minute man" Diver of police headquartei s will have turkey for his Christmas dinner. Thif officer has a reputation for shootinar a re volver that Is rivalled only by Dead wood Dick, whoever he is. The proprietor of a meat market near the city hall bought a Hock uf live turkeys last Saturday. When he came to count them Sunday h? was one short. After searching dil-b-rently about his place of business for the lost one, he decided that someone had stolen it, so walked over to police heado,u-irters and told his tale of woe to Diver. Diver walked back to the meat market, that is. almost. .lust be fore the two men reached their des tination. Diver looked up and saw a turkey roosting calmly near the top of a tree. He nonchalantly pulled hs revolver out and bang down came Mr. Turkey with a dull thud. As we said before. Diver will have turkev for his Christmas dinner. CHRISTMAS CANTATA AT FIRST M. E. CHURCH Vested choristers. 4- in number, gae a beautiful rendition of Dudley Puck's Christmas cantata. "The Coming of the King," at the First M. T'. church Sunday afternoon. Among these choristers; are some of the host fingers in South Bend, and it was indeed a treat for those who attended the 4 o'clock services to lirten to the musical numbers ren dered. The choir is under the leadershio of Fred (I. Haas, who has had years of experience in church work, and the men ami women in his choir have set a standard in church sing imr that will compare favorably with any in South Bend. A voluntary of fering was taken up last night for the benefit of the choir fund. CASUALTY LIST NAMES TWO SOUTH BEND BOYS Mr. ami Mrs. J. M. McCorkle of 1C10 Kinyon st., received a telegram from Washington on Sunday to thG effect that their son. Sergt. Willis W. McCorkle of Co. A, 2nd en gineers, had been slightly wounded. Previous tu the receiving of the telegram, his parents had received a letter from him dated Nov. 13. :n which he told them about the wound he received. While on duty in the front line trenches he was hit In the left leg by a piece of shrapnel. Thi- occurred on Ort. 1$. After beir.'r treated in the base hospital for a munth h was able to get arour.d a sain and wps ;-ent back to his out fit. Word was received today fro n Washington that Pvt. Frank Ma kowak, " Warren st., had been slightly wounded. Hi father, John Mnfcowafc. is anticipating his son's euily return with the wounded who are being sent bark home. VACATION" AT THOMAS SCHOOL. Christmas vacation at the Thomas s-rhod f stenography and typewrit ing will begin the day before ChriFt mas and end on New Years day. The r.ight school will have two week'.y sessions during this period, one rn Monday, the other n Friday even ing. The school starts a new term on Jan. 2. fiM'STS OP PAKHN'TS. Mrs. M. E. Ramsey of Pittsburgh. Pa.. Waiter F. Prodb ck, stationed at Camp Know Ky , r.nd Mr. and iMrs. F- J. Tschida and thir daugh j ter. Ethel Marie, of S'icinaw. Mich . j are spending the holidays with the.r I j.arents. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. P.rod I beck, t'.i'o Leland a v. Advertisers make profits from volume not prices. :7 In the Busv A ''v supply of Pencil Boxes Chil- have dre MVS just arrived. 50c, $1.00. Prices 35c, Chldren's Book, Alpha bet and Paint Books, Nurs ery Rhymes Fairy Tales, at 10c and 25c. Gifts That Please Every Man A fine Dressy Shirt is always a very welcome gift, man has too many. The patterns are neat and uualitv the best fabrics. In Madras, Crepe or Percale at $1.50 to $2.50. Madras with Silk Stripes, extra line, at $3.00. All-Silk Shirt of the tinest quality at $4.50, $5.50. Beautiful Silk Neckwear, large flowing end, in hundreds of patterns, at 59c, $1.00, $1.50. Lord Northcliffe Entertains U. S. Correspondents PARIS. Saturday, Dec. 21. Ixrd Northcliffe, chairman of the London headquarters of the British mission to the United States and England's greatest publisher, tonight gave a reception in honcr of American newspaper correspondents in Paris. It was at this function that Ameri can writers received an invitation to be the guests of the British govern - ment during Pres't W "ilson'.s visit to i England- Lord Northcliffe said the gather ing of American newspaper men in Paris was the greatest ever seen In any European country, and he was tiure their visit would have great in fluence on the relations between the American and European continents. "Pres't Wilson." Lord Northcliffe added, would have the greatest wel come ever given a ruler when he goen to England." He pointed out that England had suffered more than the United Sttes during the war be cause she had beer called upon to supply France with many things. FEDERAL SUPERVISION ADVOCATED BY GARFIELD PHILADELPHIA. Pa.. lec. 23. Government supervision of public utilities rather than public owner ship, which he characterized an "clumsy," was advocated by Dr. Harry A. CJarfield, United State;, fuel administrator, in an addresi Saturday night before the American Academy of Political and Social Science. The fuel administrator said' that a certain but not too pro nounced deliberation in the shifting froui crovernment control to private ownership is necessary. One of the pree it problems, he said, in speaking on the subject of the industrial and financial outlook, j will to convince the allied na- ! tions that Germany has natural re- sources, the developments of which! aie necessary to the remainder of1 Ihf world, and tlat an economic' war upon that courtry will not be: to the odvant3?e of other countries.; ONLY HEADLINES LEFT CENSORED PAPER TW.P.IS, Dec. 23. The first col- imn of the first n.-iTA of the MATTXiat H ti!l)- uhen :n O hi 1 iza t : was censored .today. Only the head- linen of the article -ere left. These read: "Yesterday's Utopia tomorrow's reality. Constit'itlor. of a society of nations under serious consderation. Germany and her allies will only be admitted if they accept principles on which entente governments shall hae agreed." SECY WILSON SENDS ar ch1 i-- - CHRISTMAS MESSAGE!, ontributions made to the commun- It y war ciiest shortly before th- w a WASHINGTON. Dec. 23.S'y ! ended averaged per e.tpi:;.. of Labor Wilson in a holiday me- 1 This is thought to be a record f'V sage to the employers and worker patriotic giving in a co intry count", of tht country, -made public today. ! . says Christmas this year gives vigor to the generous spirit whveh stirred the nation in the tryinsr tiine of war and binds all fellowship. mankind in a firmer ! TEEUE HAFTE. Ind. D-' 2 j Terr- Haut- thi- rr.ornin'. an! to K'i!liam Frtst. 42 jeirs old. ilied to- nitht -. a 17.; f-'-t and -til rising lay of injuria si:f"-red yesterday 'vhn rri'shd 1' :t tall "f Klite in &iv v. 9p" Evenings obertson Supper .served in Tea Rush of Christmas Shopping In the busy rush of Christmas shopping you mav have possibly have forgotten some friend whom vnii wished to remember, or you mav not be satistied with the purchased sifts you are'sendin? and desire something extra to till in." Why Not- a Handkerchief? Women's Handkerchiefs Hundreds of beautiful Linen Handkerchief- are shown here with dainty hand embroidered initials or with delicate hand embroidery in colors and licures. Each in a separate box if desired, at onlv 50c. Also many others at 25c each. Handkerchiefs for the Men Pure Linen Handkerchiefs with embroidered initial at 25c, 39c and 50c. Plain White Hemstitched Handkerchels. hie; size, worth double the price of 10c and 12y2 each. Cotton Handkerchiefs, Irish hand embroidered initial, hand drawn hemstitched, a tine quality, at 25c. No ft" 1 if r y IN COLORED CIRCLES ! More th&n 60 invitations havr i Ibeen issued by the O. D. T. club for its annual Christmas party, which' will be piven Friday. Iec. 27. 191.' at the home of Mrs. Earl Findley, , Cleveland av. ' The Christmas exercises will be j given by the Sunday school children j at Mt. liet church Tuesday ! nin. The public is Invited to be 1 present. j An old folks' concert will be given at Taylor !. M. C chapel i Monday evening, Dec. 2. An enter- . taining program -will be rendered ! ivrxmal Edward Jones, grand patron of jo. E. S. of Indiana, waa guest of the. Odessa chapter No. 2 8 Mon day evening. Mrs. CJertrtide Berry has been called to Chlcaso on account of the illness uf her brother. ' Sgt. Chester King has arrived from Fiske university and wdll sp.nd the holidays with his parents. Rev. A. T. Redding and f..rmly nre still ill with influenza. Mrs. Lulu Murphy hi;s gone to Columbus, (., to spend the. holidays with Jier parents. Miss Dudley, of Danville, 111., will give a musical at Mt. Zion Baptist church Monday evening. Dec. 2 3. Mrs. Mabel Hamilton is able to be out after an illness of one week. The soldiers that have it-en mus tered out of the- various camps are. pvts. Will Pibb. Alhi Johnson. Lee Taylor, Loin Woods. Ed Curtis and Pvt. Scott. They will spend the holidays with relatives and frlen.ls here. Mrs. Clara Milam and children are able to be out aft-r a week's i!I n es.. PU. Mitchell, of Hampton univer sity, will speiid Christmas with rela tives in Chicago. Arthur Walker, of rhi-aco -:n;-ersity. will pp nd th" holidays v. ith Mr. and Mrs. Archie Cochran. Elcnora Wea'.er ill at her hmo" on Chupin st. SENDING WHOLE WHEAT TO ENGLAND, PLEASES ! LIVERPOOL (Hy mail. iiritish j millers are deeply grateful for th. ' decision of the Fnited Stales foo-. i administration to nd whole wha". 1 to England i instead f r'oui . "Our flour mills were ai-out i ?hut doiA n. throwinu' thousands j skilled w orkmen out of employmt-n'. threatens to disrupt many Indus tries." a prominent miller told th International News Service. ' Amer ica's action in sending up wheat rep resent the hipheat type of wori ' fervice. And it shovs Cat th- Ameriean miller i not selfish " m:w war chi:t iikcopj. I'ELLEFONTA INK. O . Dec. 23.- i Figures have been prepared by th" 1 TEHEE HAFTE. Flood warn! v e. Ind.. De s-i.t ti.ro 'out th Wa'- tsh alley tor. frht h jcor.tin ;ed rrJr. tacre at : nt th til p"'-- riw-r a ibov- flood i it.t0. Tii i i ' f r i PISSed the flood Si.'i'-. 1 .". Jert, ; :?rr;m-- i i.'ie i-' threatened m th.- Until Christmas Co. ros. Room thh i 1 1 Ivory Goods for madam i toilet table now selling at a ' reduction of 1-3 the regular price Powder Boxes, Hair Receivers, Cornbs, Buffers, etc. 3 Art Materials, Picture lYttnlnp. THE I. W. LOWER DEOOIIATLVG CX)3fPAXY, Soaüi BerKl, India ruv. Wall Pnpcr. DralvHe. Paint Snprll ScrmJesj Gold VScddbrz Rmi I 14kt, lSkt, 2Ikt FRANK MAYR & SONS Jeweler. A WARNER BROS, 8KEDH A FARM M.CffIEKV Dlvtributora tr The Cleveland Tractor 114 E. W7 su 7 DR. L. H. WIRT, DENTIST Sil UNION TRUST RLDQ. X-Itay Anacatlietfca. nemo Pboce 2S94; IU11 2C2T. Opca raalai except Wodaewla, What IIar You In Your Attic TO EXCHANGE As Part Pay on New Goods? HELLER'S. Eyoa Exam I nod by H. LE1Y10NTREE flenth BoA Ldlnc ODtomtr(tl UHIOK SHOE CO. 233 S. 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