mo.vday i;i:xixo. i-Eimr.utY 10,
THE SOUTH BEND NEWSTIMES
m REMA N HERE
Effort Being Made to Save
Choice Collection for
In Th- 1. lief th.it r lir and c urio.--:'.-Til:ar
tu th;- section of th j-tat
-'.u!l tr h- in o:it h' lNnd If
tlit Indiana Historical s
' ' y has int'-r. st ii lt.-r f in a jro-
, to ;ur 1 .'i th- larct- . o!l-'tion
t iiulian r -1 i 5 1 n n- to "ruirl-
:- hufll of th- '. hi-ll J'utlry coin-
Tii-ro :ip in 1 1 1 .II t ion a
-i tctiiiiath .".'m i. i;f-c-s rancrinK
t!;iM th !ar'-L aii'l nnxt JT ff ctly
fortnd lustlos u'od in jrrindlnj; corn
and jrruiri. to the mallät and daint
iest of flint arrow heidi.
I'or more than a quartrr of a cen
tury Mr. Sohi?Il ha rn interested
in co11a( tinsr Indian curio and relics,
and ha combed this section of th
country for things of this nature.
Hp has had sneral llattorinsr offers
for th collection from mu'um? and
outride firms, hut prefers to have
thin stay in St. Joseph county if
Iosd!d The display Is to he found
at his j-tVeiry store where they have
h'-on an interesting feature for a
number of year. Now, however,
the expansion of business has made
neo-sy.ary additional shelf and dis
play space, and as a result, Mr.
Schnell declares he wil part with his
relics .at a price that will merely
rover the expense incurred In mak
injr th collection. The matter has
already been taken up by the county
cominI.!oners, and It in understood
they are favorable resrardinjr the
Nation's Leaders Meet in the
House Chambers to Pay
Tribute to Colonel.
f ; ji
-ZZi ßsrjkr-l I
RIGHT SPIRIT APPARENT
IN FIRST "PAY UP WEEK
f-uur-pk'ce suite, beautiful
lv linMieJ k! ivnrv. a
uite that is both dinitied
W'v reduction un period
dining room uite. Wal
nut, Mahogany. Jacobean,
That South I?end people are will
ing t cooperate with their mer
chants to the fullest extent Is
shown by the enthusiasm they are
showing in "Pay tTp Week." which
has been r t for the next six days.
"Numerous people, both men and
women, have expressed themselves
as enthusiastic repardin the plan. '
declared a prominent Michigan st.
merchant. "They declare that stich
an arrangement Rives them an op
portunity to take, stock of their
tl nances, pay up old hills and start
th year out with a clean slate.
There is every evidence that the
plan will prove successful and sat
isfactory to both business men and
This is thM iirst time the plan has
been tried in this city, and it is be
held under the direction of the He
la il Merchants, bureau.
si: homi: ron sax ro.
Announcement m made by Charles
n. Sax & Company. Michigan nnd
Wayne sts., that they have leased
the store room at 114 S. Michigan
st.. near Washington av., and ex
pect to move to the new location
about Feb. 20. The new place will
be fitted up in the most modern and
up-to-date style, and when ready for
opening will prove a valuable asse.
to South Hend's rapidly growing
NOTici:. m. v. or .
Ftesrular meeting of Colfax rami'
i :::'0 Monday eveninc Pet;re work
I 'and oyster xupper. 1 ".156-1
WASHINGTON. Feb. 10. In sol
emn services within the house
chamber Sunday the nation's leaders
and representatives of foreign kov
ernments paid tribute to the mem
ory of Theodore Roosevelt. Mem
ben of conpre.ss, supreme court Jus
tices, members of the cabinet, army
and navy officers, and diplomats of
many nations heard Senator Lodke
of Massachusetts praise Roosevelt
as a statesman and as a man.
Crowded Kalleries and the thron?
of men end women who could not
'ain admission testified to the per
sonal feeling for the man whose
death shocked the world. It was
this to which Senator Lodj;e. a close
friend of the man he eulogized, re
ferred when he spoke these words
in the stillness of the house cham
ber: "A tower is fallen, a star is set!
Alas! Alas! for Celin.
"The words of lamentation from
the old Moorish Vallad, which In
boyhood we used to recite, must, I
think, have risen to many lips when
the world was told that Theodore
Roosevelt was dead. Rut whatever
the phrase the thought was instant
Ias, IVIt Keenly.
"Variously expressed, you heard
it in the crowd about the bulletin
boards, from the man in the street
nnd the man on the railroads, from
the farmer In the fields, the women
in the shops, in the factories and in
the homes. The pulpit found in
his life a text Tor sermons. The
Judce on the bench, the child at
school, alike paused for a moment
conscious of a loss. The cry of sor
row came from men and womjn
of all conditions, hih and low, rich
and poor, from the learned and the
ignorant, from the multitude who
had loved and followed him, and
from those, who had opposed and
resisted him. The newspapers push-
the events of these fateful days and
pave tapes to the man who had
"Flashed beneath the ocean and
hroU''h the .air went the announce
ment of Theodore Roosevelt's death,
and back carne a world-wide re
sponse from courts and cabinet,
from press and people, in other and
far-distant lands. Throuph it all ran
i pol.lt n thread of personal feclin?
which pb-ams so rarely in the som
ber formalism of public prief. It
would seem that here was a man.
a private citizen, conspicuous by n
office, with no flitter of power
about him, no ability to reward or
punish, pone from earthly life, who
must have been unusual even amors
the leader of men, and who thus
demands our serious consideration."
Hold Simple Service.
Senator Iodpe was th only
speaker and the services were sim
ple. Prayers by the senate and the
house chaplains and anthems and
patriotic hymns by the Marine
band added to the Ftirrinp spiritual
nature of the services.
"We can not approach Theodore
Roosevelt alonp the beaten patht. of
eulopy or satisfy ourselves with the
empty civilities of common place fu
neral tributes," said Senator LoJpe,
"for he did not make his life journey
over main-travelled roads nor was
r.e ever common place. Cold and
pompous formalities would be un
suited to him wso was devoid of af
fectation, who was never elf-con-sclous,
and to whom posturing to
draw the public paze seemed not
only repellant but vulpar. In his
spirit of devotion to truth's simplic
ity, I shall try to speak of him to
day." Referring to Roosevelt's inheri
tance of comparative wealth. Sena
tor Iodpe said: "He lacked the spur
of necessity to prick the sides of hi
intent. Theodore Roosevelt put be
hind him temptation to a life of
sports and pleasure, to lettered east,
to an amatteur's career in fine arts,
perhaps to a money makinp business.
Kcfiiod Pleasant Paths.
"How he refused to tread the
pleasant paths that opened to him
on all sides and took the. instant
way which led over the rouph road
of toil and action, his life discloses."
Mr. Ix)dpe outlined the life of the
man who came to play such a hip
part In the nation's life. With deli
cate health and near-siphtedness in
childhood, he became by sheer hard
work an athlete and a rifle shot.
This was typical, said Mr. Ijodije.
He spoke of how Roosevelt persisted
in the unusual: how he made him
self a national fipure in one year at
the ape of 2 4 while servinp in the
New York state legislature; how he
foupht and won for civil service re
forms when civil service was schoff
ed at by influential leaders and how
he applied himself strenuously to the
task of expellinp favoritism and pol
itics from the Now York police force,
throuph which "a purely local office
became national in his hands, and
his picture appeared in the shops
of Ruropean cities."
Berri. Prts't Wilson and S-?c'y of
State Lansinp attended the services.
The memorial sermon was preached
by the Rev. Chauncey W. Goodrich.
The sermon in the afternoon, was
preached by Rl3hop Perry of Rhode
Island. Henry D. White of the
American peace commission, and
Arthur J. Ralf our, the Rrilish for-
! eipn minister, attended the after
The Westminster Abbey in Iondon
was tilled with Americans and Eng
lish who attended the memorial
services. The sermon was delivered
by Archdeacon Carnepie. The me
morial services for the first time in
history replaced Kvensong in the
abbey. As the archdeacon and the
clerpy left the abbey In solemn
procession, the western sun poured
throuph the abbey windows and the
orpan burs forth with "The Star
will it Ai si: rrxn.
EVAN.SVILL.E. Ind.. Feb. 9. St.
Johns Evangelical church of this
city today votexl to raise a fund to
be loaned or piver. members of the
church who desired to continue their
studies althouph unable to do so be
caus" of lack of finance. The fund
also will be loaned to returned sol
diers who need help.
li:t von: valkxtinhs ni:
You will find fine assortments of
eorsape bouquets and flower ar
rangements for Saint Valentine's
day at Williams and Co.
To Cure a Cold in One Day.
Take LAXATIVE RROMO QUININE
(Tablets.) It stops the Cough and
Headache and works off the Cold.
E. W. GROVE'S signature on each
box. COc. Adv.
HOLD MANY SERVICES
FOR COL ROOSEVELT
In addition to the services held in
the house of representatives, services
were held in New York city. Charles
E. 1Iuph.es was the chief speaker at
the republican club, while Chauncey
M. Depew spoke at the 2.1rd st. V.
M. C. A. Albert C. Beveridge. for
mer senator from Indiana, in an
address at the Academy of Music in
Brooklyn, pave Mr. Roosevelt the
chief credit for making America the
decisive factor in the war.
Services were held in Paris at the
American church In the Rue de
Cuticura Toilet Trio
To Clear Your Skin
And ketp it clear by raaldnp it yoar
evcry-day toilet preparation. The pons
cleansing, purifying, stexiltfing proprti
cf Cuticura Soap will prove a revHatkm
to those who use it for the first tune
Touch rni5l. blarkhrmd. redneM nd
itching, it any, with CuricwaOuttment be
fore bathing. Dry and dat lightly with
Cuticura Talcom. a fascinating Ira gran c
for pondering and perrtrratng tha tkin.
The Soap, Omtoait and Talcum 25c each
i, , un "' "1' -" . ' " m ' ! " " ' ,m '
Enormous purchase and sale new spring Silks, Im
Derial Satins, Crepe de Chines, Charmuese, Messa
ines, Taffetas, Wash Satins, black and white, all
colors, up to $3.00 per yard,
The Silk Store
WATCH US GROW
Q.p iL oqJuj
S. W. Corner Michigan Street and Jefferson Blvd.
was fed on
and we are now selling
more of this feed to
rabbit breeders. If you
have not ordered, do it
X. KMi:iUCK ST.
Home 012.".. Ik II 222i
UMGJ! SHOE CO.
233 il Michigan St. j
Glasses properly fitted
Dr. J. Burke, Opft
230 S. MICHIGAN ST.
Broken lenses duplicated the
same day. Prices moderate.
We buy, sell and quote
Liberty Bonds for cash
423 J. M. S. Btnldlng
Union Truit Ccxnpany
B&f Depodt Boxm vtt& cpd&l
farllrr for ihm privacy ot
BELL 382; HOME 5382
It's a pleasure to serve
you. It's a pleasure to
sell "Quality" groceries.
They're always appreci
ated always bring the
That's what we want.
It's this system that ha.
built for this store its bic:
We want your trade
also want it to the ex
tent that we will go the
limit to satisfy you.
Yes, we deliver.
Corner Main and Colfax.
1 A3 F2jfrry(r.i
ue to the heavy buying done Saturday at our
iVi- Vv ''.:;' " 'V
u r s
ree days, Monday, Tuesday and
we are forced to close the doors'
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Wednesday to rearrange toe scock. inursday morning we win open wim
the balance of this stock marked so low that it will move and move quickly.
So come early.
This store has always had a reputation for handling only high grade fur-
niture. There are still many wonderful bargains yet to be had when we re
open again for business Thursday
Liberty Bonds and Stamps Taken at Par.
C. J. Jackson Receiver for
TJJ T3 f(.
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